Partly cloudy in northwest and
probably local thunder showers in
peninsula tonight and Sunday.
Pershing's Men, They Say, Move
at their Peril
Hi; OFFICERS SEEM
Washington, June 17- Gen. Fun Fun-eton
eton Fun-eton has advised the war department
that Colonel Bell at El Paso reported
to him that General Pershing has
been warned by Gen. Trevino, Car Car-ranza
ranza Car-ranza commander at Chihuahua City,
that any movement of the American
expedition south, east or west would
be the signal for an attack by Mexi Mexican
can Mexican forces.
II ANN A CAME OVER HOME
Laredo, Texas, June 17. Phillip C.
Hanna, United States consul general
at Monterey, one of the two remain remaining
ing remaining consuls in Mexico", is here. Half
a dozen Americans came with Mr.
CALLED OUT THE CONSULS
San Antonio, June 17. It is learn learned
ed learned here that Phillip C. Hanna and J.
P. Silliman, United States consul at
Saltillo, were ordered to the Ameri
can side by the state department. -OFFICIALS
Washington, June 17. Mexican
1 ZY! 1 : J AT nnt
emoassy ouiciais saiu iuey wwc uyv
informed of any message Trevino had
sent. They declared examination of
what purported to be the text of the
warning published this morning was
sufficient proof that it either was
badly garbled in translation or a fab fabrication.
rication. fabrication. They didn't doubt, however,
some warning had been sent.
BIG FORCE ON THE BORDER
Practically all available United
States troops are on the border or in
Mexico. The militia of three states
are in service. The cruardsmen of
nVii ctafea wprp nnt.lfipH WPfiks aCTO
to be ready, if called upon.
ANOTHER BORDER ALARM
Laredo, June 17. Texas rangers
and armed citizens were rushed to
Islitas, twenty miles up the river to
day on a report that Mexican bandits
had been seen approaching. There
are few details. A body of Carranza
troops is in that vicinity.
ALMOST AN ULTIMATUM
San Antonio. June 17. The atti
tude of Carranza troops is attract
in g the greatest interest of Funston
and his staff. Bandit activities, how however,
ever, however, are given careful attention.
Army officers regard Tre vino's warn
ing to Pershing as little less than j
declaration of hostilities since it may
be necessary to send detachments to
pursue bandits menacing outposts at
TROOPS WILL MOVE
Despite General Ricaul's warning
that any American troops crossing
the border will be attacked, soldiers
will cross if on a "hot trail."
AMERICANS ARE READY
Funston's army is so disposed that
swift punitive action could be taken
if invited by an overt act of Carran
za's army. Funston has nearly fifty
BROKE UP A BAND
Brownsville, June 17. United
States troops late last night engaged
a band of between fifteen and thirty
Mexican bandits about ten miles eas
of San Benito, Texas, and after ex
changing a few shots the Mexicans
DETERMII3E0 10 IliVOLE
were scattered, it is reported tnat
hree Mexicans were killed. So far
as known there were no American
casualties. Two companies of the
wenty-sixth Infantry were immedi
ately rushed from Harlingen, Texas,
to 01mito,.ten miles north of Browns Brownsville,
ville, Brownsville, in an effort to cut off the bandits
who were reported at midnight head
ed for the Rio Grande.
MEXICAN POLICY UNCHANGED
Washington, June 17. The warn
ing from Mexican commanders that
movements of American troops, ex except
cept except in retirement "toward the border,
will precipitate hostilities, won't
change the purpose of the United
States to keep the expedition under
General Pershing in Mexico, or pre
vent the American commander main
taining the safety of his column and
dealing with bandits. No further
southern advance is contemplated.
Direct word from Gen. Pershing is
Colonel Bell told General Funston
over the telephone of the warning
given by Trevino, the Mexican com commander.
mander. commander. It is thought he obtained
this information from high Mexican
officials. Diplomatic officials here are
inclined to believe the warning was
"or home consumption and not a pre-
ude to hostilities.
Secretary Lansing, m a statement
given to the press this afternoon, said
he situation was unchanged. ; The
reply to Carranza's note is withheld
pending possible additions covering
the San Ignacio raid and Trevino's
WHERE ARE THE
. NINETY AND NINE?
Reading the Star's article, the
other day, about street Arabs, swim
ming pools, etc., Dr. McClane, always
a friend of the boys, was deeply im impressed.
pressed. impressed. He says that he will be one
of a hundred men to contribute $10
each to build a swimming pool.
A thousand dollars would- build a
good pool, which would be a great
aid to the cleanliness and comfort of
hundreds. The one man who went
not astray is found; how shall we
round up the ninety and nine? 1
An earnest young clergyman and
some others who read the article are
interesting themselves in the subject.
We hope their work will grow and
DIFFERENCE OF OPINION
- The Nash ordinances to require the
railroads to place gates at every
crossing in the city will be reported
back to council unapproved by the
judiciary committee. The committee
discussed the measures again last
night and the consensus of opinion
was that the requirements were en entirely
tirely entirely too drastic. What steps shall
be taken with regard to grade cross crossings
ings crossings has not been determined. Chair Chairman
man Chairman Meffert of the judiciary commit committee
tee committee thinks that gates should be placed
at some of the crossings, and Council Council-men
men Council-men Gerig and Mclver, the other
members of the committee, are oppos opposed
ed opposed to gates. The committee is mak making
ing making progress, on the plumbing ordi ordinance.
nance. ordinance. Glass dishes for block
The Book Shop. 3t
OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1916
VATITS A MASS MEETING
OF PEOPLE I
A mass meeting for the purpose of
sounding further the sentiment of the
county with regard to the proposed
bond issue for permanent roads has
been suggested by W.-D. Cam, chair-
man oi the county commissioners.
The suggestion was made by Mr.
Cam yesterday afternoon at the
meeting of the county Dixie Highway
council, when he was questioned about
the issue. Mr. Cam favors bonding,
and believes that the county favors
bonding, but before any action is tak
en by the commissioners he thinks
that the attitude of, the people should
be definitely understood. He will dur during
ing during the next few days consult with
some of the leading citizens of the
county with a view to determining
the best method of getting at the
Mr. Cam told the members of the
Dixie Highway association that he
had figured that the county, by using
convict labor, and employing first
class engineers, could make perma permanent
nent permanent with sand-asphalt every existing
hard-surfaced road and in addition
the road from Silver Springs to Or Orange
ange Orange Springs and Putnam county,
providing a short route to Jackson
ville, and the road from Sharp's ferry
to Moss Bluff and Lake county, pro providing
viding providing a route to the East Coast. This
would provide every section of the
county with a permanent road, giving
every section the benefit of the bonds.
He points out that his suggestions
are subject to any changes that the
people of the county think should be
made. With a $600,000 bond issue,
Mr. Cam figures that the Dixie High Highway
way Highway can be built 15 feet wide for its
full length through the county, and
the other roads nine feet wide, with
a width of 15 feet for a mile out of
Ocala and in the case of steep, grades
and sharp curves. :
The chairman of the commissioners
pointed out that at a recent meeting
at Fort McCoy, with about 25 or 30
citizens present, a unanimous vote
was cast in favor of bonds.. Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy would get the benefit of the road
from Silver Springs to the Putnam
The. following roads are suggested
by Mr. Cam for permanent construc
tion: Ocala and Mcintosh road, Lowell
and Flemington, Ocala to Citra, Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs to Orange Springs and
Putnam county, Sharp's' ferry road
to Moss Bluff and Lake county, Ocala
to Lake Weir and Lake county, Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view to Summerfield and Sumter
county, Ocala to Pedro and Dallas,
Ocala to Dunnellon, Ocala to St. Johns
church, Ocala to Blitchton and the
Levy county line.
NOTICE TO MEMBERS OF
THE COMMERCIAL CLUB
The secretary of the Commercial
Club will appreciate it if members
will call at his office (the John Dozier
Co.) and get their membership cards
renewed, as all cards expire June 15.
Ask J. J. Gerig why that pile of
sand is stacked up by the sidewalk
in front of the stairway leading up
to the Commercial Club.
THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR FrVE
VOTES IN LIBRARY CONTEST CONTEST-VOTED
VOTED CONTEST-VOTED FOR
Cut out, fill ia' name of church lodge, school or other organization
you wish to vote for, and deposit in ballc box at THE COURf
The official judges of the contest are Messrs. Geo'gts Pasteur, Her Herbert
bert Herbert Lattner and Ed. C. Bennett
TO ASCERTAIN SEflTIMEllT
FEW BUT FAITHFUL
Five Good Roads Workers Attended
the Dixje Highway Council Meet Meeting
ing Meeting in Ocala Friday
Five men attended the meeting of
the Marion county Dixie Highway
council Friday afternoon in the Board
of Trade room, and of these five three
were members and one became a
member. It was necessary to have
the new memberin order to make a
quorum. It was the first annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the council, and all of the of officers
ficers officers were re-elected with the excep exception
tion exception of the vice-president. R. R. Car Carroll
roll Carroll was chosen to fill that office.
The officers for 1916-17 will be:
Louis H. Chazal, president; R. R.
Carroll, vice president; David S S-Welch,
Welch, S-Welch, secretary; W. V. Wheeler,
treasurer; J. J. Gerig, director. W.
D. Cam, chairman of the county com commissioners,
missioners, commissioners, became a member. Those
pres'ent at the meeting were: J. J.
Gerig, J. D. Rooney, who has a life
membership, David S. Welch, W. D.
Cam, W. A. Bennett and Louis H.
Chazal. It had been hoped that the
attendance would be large, and that
the membership would be consider considerably5
ably5 considerably5 increased. There are at present
only seven members of tne highway
association in this county. It was de-x
cided that all of these members form
a committee on membership to. make
a strenuous effort to obtain more
backing for the Dixie Highway. A re report;
port; report; on the condition of the two
branches of the highway in this coun county
ty county will be made to the Central Florida
Highway association next week, in ac accordance
cordance accordance with the resolution adopted
by the latter organization at its last
PENINSULA CLUB HAS PASSED
It Did Much Good Work During Its
, Brief but Pleasant Existence
Believing that better results would
be obtained if those members having
a desire to "boost" joined the Board
of Trade, and those caring, for the
social side joined the Commercial
Club, the Peninsula Club at a meet meeting
ing meeting at the Ocala House disbanded,
with the understanding that its mem members
bers members would become members of either
of the other two organizations.
W. T. Gary appeared before the
club and extended an invitation to
join the Commercial Club. Many
members of the .Feninsula Club are
already members of the Commercial
Club, and some are members of the
Board of Trade. It is probable that
many will join hoth bodies, to carry
out the original idea of the Peninsula
Club to combine the social and
Since that article slandering Flor
ida appeared in Collier's Weekly a
few weeks ago, the sale of that pub
lication in Ocala has increased about
80 per cent.
A Week Ago They Were a Hun Hundred
dred Hundred Miles Away
DASHING FRENCH ATTACK BROKE THRU THE GERMAN LINES If
London, June 17. The defeat of a
Russian cavalry force south of the
Dneister in Galicia by Austro-Hun-garians
and the starting of general
fighting along the Volhynian front,
was announced in an Austro-Hungar-ian
headquarters statement yesterday,
according to Berlin wireless.
TOOK A BUNCH OF TEUTONS
Along the Verdun front, in France,
the Germans attacked at Avocourt
with hand grenades last night, say3
a Paris official statement. In the
Deadman's hill region the bombard bombardment
ment bombardment was intense.
In the Vosges, after violent bom bombardment
bardment bombardment from hill 425 to east of
Thann, the French infantry penetrat penetrated
ed penetrated first and second line trenches and
brought back a number of German
EDEN WENT UNDER
The British destroyer Eden has
been sunk, according to a London dis dispatch.
patch. dispatch. Thirty-one members of the
crew were saved. Three officers are
STRIFE ON THE STYR
London, June 17. Germans yester yesterday
day yesterday engaged the Russians in the
Stokhod and Styr sections, says the
German war office. Parts of the army
of General Bothmer is fighting the
Russians north of Przewloka.
GERMAN SHIPS SUNK
Copenhagen says that Sweedish
fishermen report two large German
steamships torpedoed and sunk in
the Baltic last night.
. RUSSIANS UNCHECKED
The great drive of the Russian
armies against the Austrians appar
ently is continuing with undimished
From the Pripet marshes south
ward to Czernowitz, General Brusill-
off's forces are throwing back coun
ter attacks and are advancing stead
ily, acording to official Petrograd re
ports. In thirteen days the Russians
have taken almost 170,000 prisioners
and immense stores of war booty.
Battles southeast of Lutsk, be
tween Kozin and Tarnovka and north northwest
west northwest of Buczaez have brought further
victories to the Slav arms. In action
on the JBluichevka river, southeast of
Lutsk, more than 5.000 men were
captured after the attacking Rui
sians had forded the river. The
fighting continues northwest of Buc Buczaez,
zaez, Buczaez, where the Germans are co cooperating
operating cooperating with the Austro-Hungar-ians
but the Russians report the cap capture
ture capture here thus far of 60,000 men.
No. 538, which pulls the Ocala-
Wilcox daily special, is a little engine
to a sawed-off train, but Engineer
Estabrook and his fireman take as
great interest in it as though it was
hauling the Pinellas special and keep
it one of brightest and neatest on the
When you want the editorial de
partment at the Star office call "five-
cne two rings."
Eat O C ALA-MADE bread. There's
none better than Carter's Butter Butternut.
nut. Butternut. 20-tf
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gericr's News
VOL. 22, NO. 147
HUM U 1331 li 1
AGREED AND ADJOURNED
President's Request Kept the Suff
rage Plank in the National
Coliseum, St. Louis, June 16, 3:45 p.
m. ihe democratic convention adopt
ed the party platform by acclamation
and adjourned sine die. t
SUFFRAGE PLANK STUCK J
St. Louis, June 17. After an un unsuccessful
successful unsuccessful fierht to throw out the
suffrage plank In the democratic
platform, as approved by President.
Wilson, the convention at 3:09 p. m.
adopted the whole platform, includ including
ing including planks on suffrage and Ameri Americanism,
canism, Americanism, by acclamation.
The fight on the suffrage plank,
the first row in the convention, was
led by Governor Ferguson, of Texas,
and seemed to have a chance of suc success
cess success until Senator Walsh, of Mon
tana, told the delegates that Presi President
dent President Wilson considered the suffrage
plank, as written, necessary to the.
success of the party. Roll call of the
states showed only 181 1-2 votes for
the Ferguson substitute against 888
1-2 for the original plank.
The adopted plank is as follows:
"We favor the extension of the fran franchise
chise franchise to the women of this country,
state by state, on the same terms as
the men." The fight on the plank
came in from minority reports sub substituting
stituting substituting a plank which would have
left the matter entirely to the states
without any expression of opinion fa favoring
voring favoring suffrage.
Governor Ferguson, in leading the
fight on the anti-suffragists, declar declared
ed declared that suffrage is purely a matter
of states rights and that the question
and wording of the majority plank
was "presumptious recommending to
states on how to conduct their elec electoral."
toral." electoral." Suffrage leaders considered the or original
iginal original plank much more favorable
than the declaration given them at
the republican convention and threw
their entire strength into thejight in
behalf of the administration leaders.
Senator Walsh's plea that President
Wilson had urged the plank and to
reject it would cause a discordant
note in the proceedings prevailed and
the minority report was defeated.
opeaiung v gates am iwgiueu,
the Star was eyewitness this morning
of an incident that shows a flagman
is only advisory while-a gate is man mandatory.
datory. mandatory. The 11:15 train was back
ing into the A. C. L. station when a
party in an auto took a notion to
beat it across the Qklawaha avenue
crossing. The flagman waved but
the autoist disregarded the warning
and dashed over the crossing only a
fewrards ahead of the train, taking
an umicvcssai ; iisiv. j.uc natulan
wa3 disregarded, but there is no dis disregarding
regarding disregarding a gate.
SAFETY FIRST-Bring your pre pre-scrintion
scrintion pre-scrintion to us. Then you KNOW it
will be filled exactly as your doctor
ordered, compounded by a thoroughly
experienced druggist. The Anti-
-m r i n Ci ... ir 1 Ai
monopoly XJrug owrc iu-iuk
OLALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1916
ANALYZING A HAIR.
.Impossible 11 o
Motor Gaf Value For Tlie Moeey
FIND this is the attitude of many
people who come into our salesroom
before they know anything about the
Not until the Maxwell is shown and demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated to them until they sit in it and examine
the finish until they ride in it or perhaps not
until they drive it themselves, do they realize what
a tremendous value is offered in the Maxwell car.
It is not unusual that Maxwell value should
not be known to everyone, because it is uncom uncommon
mon uncommon to find such a car for a good margin more
than the Maxwell price.
The Maxwell stands absolutely alone in a highly
competitive field, for the amount of value it offers
for the price.
Appearance The lines of the Maxwell are
decidedly attractive. There is no break in the
contour from the radiator to the back of the car.
The fenders are gracefully shaped. All metal
parts are enameled or nickel-plated. The uphol upholstery
stery upholstery is deep and well-finished. From any angle
it is a car that the owner can be proud of.
Touring Car $655
Motor The engine in the Maxwell car is not
equalled by any other four-cylinder engine of its
size. And we know of larger and more expensive
cars that have less able power plants. The Max Maxwell
well Maxwell engine carries its load through mud and sand
or over the steepest grades without a falter.
Quality The materials in the Maxwell car
are the best that can be bought and the workman workmanship
ship workmanship that turns them into finished parts is no less
excellent. It is only the large production of the
Maxwell factories that makes it possible to put
such quality of materials and workmanship into
a car selling at the Maxwell .price.
Economy With its other attractive features,
the Maxwell b a most economical car to own.
Owners get 22 to 25 miles per gallon of gasoline
and 8,000 to 12,000 miles per set of tires. And
the car is so durably built that repair expense b
We are sure you want a car such as we have
described the Maxwell to be. If you will give us
a few minutes of your time we are sure we can
convince you that the Maxwell. Car b an excep exceptional
tional exceptional value. Come in today.
F. O. B. DETROIT
Time Payments if Desired
WHITE STAR LINE
TRANSFER II STORAGE
Teams for Rent Light and Heavy Hauling Moving, Packing
Phone ... 296
Science Reads It as Expert Woodsmen
Read the Trees.
To the German analyst hair is pack packed
ed packed with Information. The approximate
age and physical condition can be con constructed
structed constructed by an examination of a single
- The hair of every animal has certain
distinguishing characteristics. It is
not to be mistaken by a competent in investigator.
vestigator. investigator. Some animals, as for ex example
ample example the cow, have three types of
hair. These will be known by their
structure. Under a proper microscop microscopical
ical microscopical examination hairs will be as easily
distinguished by an expert as varie varieties
ties varieties of trees in a grove will be distin distinguished
guished distinguished ty a forester.
There was a case in which a dagger
found on the prisoner had a few short
hairs caught entangled in a nick of
the blade. He explained this by say saying
ing saying that he had used the dagger to kill
a rabbit that he had found trapped in
a hedge. The authorities reported to
the police, after an examination of the
dagger, that the hairs were not of hu
man origin, but tney also aaaea they
were not rabbit hairs; they were
The police were extremely puzzled
until they finally discovered that on
the night of the homicide the prisoner
had worn a great coat trimmed with
squirrel fur. lie had. in fact, careful carefully
ly carefully washed the knife after the assassi assassination
nation assassination and thereby removed every evi
dence of his act; but, unfortunately
for him, be made the mistake or at attempting
tempting attempting to dry the dagger by wiping
It on the fur lining of his great coat coat-Melville
Melville coat-Melville Davisson Post in Saturday
These Tireless Creatures Are Built For
the Strenuous Life.
Many Interesting facts, the result of
long study, are given by Sir. Harold
Bastln, an eminent entomologist in
his book, "Insects, Their Life Histo Histories
ries Histories and Habits."
'Contrary to popular belief, spiders
are not insects. Insects have six legs,
neither more nor less, and another pe
culiarity of the insect Is that it has
wings sometimes two, more often
four. Spiders have eight legs and no
wings; therefore spiders are not in insects.
sects. insects. "Insects have no backbones and no
- skeletons, but skins with a hard, dura
ble surface called phitin, which makes
up a light shell of armor that forms
the outside of the body, to the Inside
of which the muscles are attached. In
sects do not ..breathe through their
mouths, but through holes in the bod bodies
ies bodies called spiracles. Insects have nei nei-thelr
thelr nei-thelr veins nor arteries; the. blood is
nnmrwvl Hrpflv frnm t ha ohftm horort
heart into the body cavity, where it
bathes and nourishes the organs. In-
gesuve organs ana xeea upon ana di digest
gest digest almost any substance from which
-nourisnment may De extracted.
"Because of the way they are built
insects are particularly fitted for the
strenuous life, and a tired Insect is' a
thing unknown. They are always busy
traveling, buzzing, biting or seeking
.some work to do."
r Blossoms That Bees Love.
A person who has had no experience
: with bees commonly makes the mis mistake
take mistake of supposing that the roses, peo peonies,
nies, peonies, sweet peas, dahlias or other
gaudy blossoms of his garden will fur furnish
nish furnish a. quantity of honey. Their value
of them yield a little pollen. 1$ is to
the modest white clover in the orchard
or on the roadside or the weeds of
pasture or woodlot or the blossoms of
trees like the bass wood that the bees
go for theSi bulk of their honey. It
does not pay to cultivate any plant for
Its value as a honey producer. The
orchard is a splendid place for the
apiary, where the bees can build up
on the first nectar In the spring, and
the blossoms have the benefit of the
bees' visits. John W. Love in Coun Countryside
tryside Countryside Magazine.
A cent Is a little thing, but In the ag aggregate
gregate aggregate it Is mighty. We speak of the
"copper cent," but it Is not entirely
copper. Its composition is 95 per cent
copper, 3 per cent tin and 2 per cent
zinc. That alloy is in reality bronze,
and the official name of the cent Is
"bronze." There used to be a copper
cent but an act discontinuing Its coin coinage
age coinage was passed in 1857. For seven
years (1857-64) we had a nickel cent
and up to 1857 a copper half cent
Not Qualified Yet.
"I saw you out in your new car yes yesterday."
terday." yesterday." -Did I look like a motorist?"
"Well, no. You had an air of re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility that, gave you away, but
then that will disappear In time."
The term "light year" is one used by
astronomers. It helps the astronomers
to enable the layman to get some sort
of idea of the distances from us of the
celestial bodies, the light year stand standing
ing standing for the distance that light travels
In twelve months' time.
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, at Gerig's. tf.
Mclver & MacKay
PHONES 47. 104 05
OCAL A. FLORIDA
MRS. GREGORY SAYS HER PEO PEOPLE
PLE PEOPLE WROTE HER TO
Jacksonville Woman Felt Tired and
Miserable All the Time Before
Taking Tanlae Feels
"My people in Western Florida
wrote me to take Tanlac for my trou trouble,
ble, trouble, and that's why I'm a well woman
today," said Mrs. V. H. Gregory, 2822
Fisher street, whose husband is with
the construction department of the
Standard Oil company, stationed in
Mrs. Gregory is a modest refined
little woman, and has a great many
friends in this city. Like a great
many others of her sex she shrinks
from publicity, but feels it her duty to
let other suffering women know just
what this exceptional medicine has
done for her.
"I had pains in my limbs all the
time," she continued, "and was in a
terrible run down condition. It just
seemed like I couldn't digest any anything,
thing, anything, and I would have bad indiges indigestion
tion indigestion and severe pains in my stomach
until it was simply impossible for me
to get the proper strength and
nourishment from my food.
"I was habitually constipated and
couldn't sleep at all at night My
limbs not only pained be a great deal
but were actually swollen at times.
In the daytime I would feel tired and
took weak and miserable to do any
work and my color was very bad.
"I read some statements about
Tanlac in the papers, but my people
in the western part of the state, who
knew about my condition, kept writ writing
ing writing and saying so much about the
medicine that I decided to give it a
good test and see if it would help me.
Nothing could have been better, for it
fitted my needs exactly. In fact, my
improvement has been remarkable
and more rapid than I ever dreamed
it would be.
"I have taken only two bottled, but
all the pains and swellings have gone
entirely and I feel a hundred per cent
better just every way.- My complex complexion
ion complexion has cleared up and I am gaining
strength and weight every day. I
sleep fine now and get up iri the
mornings feeling fresh and rested. I
certainly did find the right medicine
this time. Tanlac is truly wonder wonderful
ful wonderful and too much can not be said
about it." I
Genuine Tanlac is sold in Ocala by
Gerig's Drug Store. Adv
EXCURSION TO VALDOSTA, MA MACON
CON MACON AND ATLANTA BY
G. S. & F.
The annual personally conducted
excursion to Valdosta, Macon and At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta over the Georgia Southern &
Florida Railway will be operated on
Saturday, June 24.
The round trip rate from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to Valdosta will be $2, to Macon
$4 and to Atlanta $6. The rate from
Hampton to Valdosta will be $ 2.25, to
Macon $4.50, to Atlanta $6.50;. from
Palatka to Valdosta $2.50, to Macon
$4.50, and to Atlanta $6.50. Tickets
will be honored on trains 'leaving
Jacksonville at 7:10 and 7:40 p. m.
These trains will be equiped with
through coaches for Valdosta, Macon
and Atlanta. Returning tickets will
be honored on any regular train ar arriving
riving arriving at original starting point be before
fore before midnight of June SO.
For cheap rates to Jacksonville see
A. C. L. excursion on June 23.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our cwn farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
To The Public
"I have been using Chamberlain's
Tablets for indigestion for the past
six months, and it affords me pleasure
to say I have never used a remedy
that did me so much good. Mrs. C.
E. Riley, Illion, N. Y. Chamberlain's
Tablets are obtainable everywhere.
We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's. tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1916
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AND USEFUL ARTICLES OF JEWELRY.
, WHEN DESIRING PRESENTS FOR OTHERS, OR ARTICLES
FOR YOUR OWN USE, COME, SEIE WHAT WE HAVE TO OF OFFER
FER OFFER YOU.
WHEN IT COMES FROM US IT IS RIGHT.
WE MAKE "QUALITY' RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
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The Reliable Jeweler
Rtv Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Sto Leo College
Saint Leo, PascoICounty, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORF ORATED JUNE 4, 1889
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FINEST AND QUICKEST TRAIN OPERATED ENTIRELY WITHIN
THE STATE OF FLORIDA ALL THE YEAR
SEABOARD MR LIME MY.
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1:35 p. m.Lv. ........... Jacksonville .,........ .Ar. 7:15 p. m.
4:30 p. m. Ar.. ... ... .-. ... ....Ocala .. : .Lv. 4:10 p". mf
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1 St. Petersburg Lv. 10:15 a.m.
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OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS
Last Train our of St. Petersburg, Tampa and South Florida making all
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York 9:15 a. m., Arriving Ocala 4
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rho Graat Lakaa aad Raekr Moaataiaa. Proportiaaataly low rata froai otaar aoiata ia
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SPRINGS. LOS ANGELES, SAN FRANCISCO,
PORTLAND, SEATTLE, ETC
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oa ait tickata.
TO THE NOSTH AND
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Uuatrated beoklcte of
aad other information.
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tnii tii i i i i aaaica
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NOftTHWEST, tkrao aU-atal tkroafk traiaa
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"THB SOUTHLAND" to Chicaf o aad ladiaaapolia yia Atlaata. Kaoa.
rill, Loaiavi1!. Ciaeiaaati aad Praaaylvaaia Ltaaa, Icavaa Jaekaoavilia 8:20
P. M., arriva Chicafe 1:45 A. M.
"DIXIB FLYER" U Atlaata. Ckattaaoofa. NaskrUla, Byaaarillo,
laovaa'JackaoaTiUa 8:30 P. M., arrtvaa Ckioa(o tHi A. M.
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BraaaTilla, iaavao Jaakaoarilla St20 P. M., arrive St. Looia 7:40 A. M.
Tkrao daily traiaa to the Soatfcwcet. throafk New Orleaa. Uaescelled
diaiaf car aerriea. Faat tla. Rock bellaat. No Doac. No Dirt. Let aa
kaow where yea wiah to eaoad the aamaier aad wo will aead yoa aaadaoaie
aamaier toanat reaorta, ratea. alaesiaf car roaervattoa
Specify via 'L. 4 N. waaa yoa bay year cieketa.
H. C. BRETNEY,
. Florida Fasaettf or A (est,
LouaarUlo ft Naabrilla R.
134 W Bay Slroot,
Baton daring the Snatater te ooaveatioaa eta
Nicknames Applied to the One Time
"Tasmania Is perhaps the most Inter Interesting
esting Interesting of the states of our common commonwealth
wealth commonwealth remarked the Australian. "It
Is a large triangular Island lying to the
south of Melbourne and was once a
"The climate Is delightful and the
soil remarkably fertile. The Island Is
practically one large orchard. As fruit
trees do not require much tending, lei
sure Is a notable chaacteristic of the
inhabitants, and Tasmania Is known
throughout the antipodes as 'the laud
of lots of time or 'the land cf sleep s
lot. Is is also called the Jam country;
and Its natives familiarly termed 'jam
eaters.' This is on account of the pres presence
ence presence of an enormous cannery on the
Island, where some of the orchard
products are converted into Jams, Jel Jellies
lies Jellies and preserved fruits.
"But this by no means end3 the list
of Tasmanian nicknames. Two Dutch
explorers, Tasman and Van Dieman.
had to do with the discovery of the
Island, and, although the name Tas Tasman
man Tasman Is now used, it is often referred to
In old schoolbooks as Van Dieman's
Land. We find It amusing to twist the
latter name a. bit and call the Tas Tas-manians
manians Tas-manians demons,' which Is a shame,
as they are the mildest and best fel fellows
lows fellows in the world. They speak of
themselves as 'Tasies,' and that may
be accepted as their unofficial designa designation."
THE HOUSE A BIRD BUILDS.
A Hammerhead's Nest Has Three
Rooms, All Big and Strong.
No single room apartment satisfies
the hammerhead. When he builds hia
nest he divides It into three rooms a
reception hall, a drawing room and a
The entire structure is built of
sticks, dome shape, and sometimes six
feet in diameter. The bird .Is so good
a carpenter and engineer that the nest
will bear the weight of a man.
In appearance the bird looks always
as If he needed a haircut His long
locks, hanging down his neck, have
given him his name, hammerhead.
The entrance to this domelike nest U
small and on the concealed skl& The
first room Is the hall, where the ham
merhead lives when he fears attack.
Behind this is the drawing room, the
home of the young birds when "they
outgrow the bedroom.
The bedroom is higher than the rest
and safe from foods. Ilere the female
bird deposits eggs on a nest of leaves.
and both parents take turns at keep
ing them warm
The hammerhead lives in Africa.
usually builds his nest near a stream
ana eats fish, frogs, lizards and small
snakes. Philadelphia North American.
The Word "ChaD."
"Chap" Is simply an abbreviation of
cnapman, the merchant of former days,
and Is derived from the Anglo-Saxon
"cheap," a bargain. The word almost
brings before us the loud voiced "cheap
Jack"" as he cries his wares in the
cheaping or market. Chap seems to
nave come into common use at the end
of the sixteenth century and is rarelv
mentioned in books before 1700. John
son does not recognize it, though Steele
uses it in 1712 In the Spectator ("If you
want to sell, here Is your chap"), and
u is round In Bailey's Dictionary. 1731
Its original meaning of a buyer or sell seller
er seller still lingers in the dialects of many
counties. Coupled with the adjectives
old, young, little, poor, it was and is
used in familiar language, as is its rel
ative, a queer "customer." Todd, 1S18,
amrms that a good chap meant one to
whom credit might be given, whereas
not qualified by good it was a term of
contempt London Standard.
Thrift on a Raft.
Scottish thrift received a severe
blow not long ago "after a shipwreck.
Two Scotchmen had got on to a raft,
but had nothing to support life or spir spirits
its spirits except a little tobacco and some
matches, but no pipe or cigarette pa papers.
pers. papers. Succor seemed never coming.
At last they gave it up as hopeless; but,
desirous of having a little comfort be before
fore before the seemingly inevitable end, they
made some cigarettes with banknotes
one of them had in his pocket The
banknotes were no sooner sacrificed
than relief came, and they were saved.
Their feelings cannot be described.
They Saw the Wonder.
'A woman with a family of children
recently moved from : the heart of
Indianapolis to one of the suburbs,
where they found various new educa educational
tional educational opportunities. One day a neigh neighbor
bor neighbor met them all walking back from
the edge of towp and asked whether
they had been out in the country.
"Yes," said the woman; "the man
who brings our butter said he had a
cow out there, and I took the children
out to see ifIndianapolis New3..l
, AncestraC Precedence.
. "One of my ancestors was a signer of
the Declaration of Independence."
"Indeed r replied the haughty lady.
"Well, an ancestor of mine was one of
the men who helped dra w np the paper
and who told the others where to sign
their names." Washington Star.
"Flattery is dangerous to sensitive
ladies." said Chauncey Depew. "I am
always very careful in the matter, be because
cause because one evening I told a lady that
she was as sweet as honey, and the
next day she had hives." New York
As you cannot do what you wish,
you should wish what you can do.
Our success depends on the success of the community.
We invite any one who needs the service of a strong banking institution
to call and talk over their plans with us.
The Ocala National
LAWS THAT ARE NOT LAWS.
Many Statutes In England That Sim Simply
ply Simply Could Not Be Enforced.
There are many written laws in Eng England
land England which the unwritten law permits
us to break. One of the most surpris
ing of these is playing football. Strict Strictly
ly Strictly speaking, football is illegal.
"Whereas there, has been heretofore
great disorder caused by a company of
lewd and disordered persons using that
unlawful exercise of ffote ball at tbti
pleasures" are the opening tvord-; of an
act of parliament paed iu lOf-2. an-J
any -one who "uses that unlawful exer
cise" is still liable to a fine of twelve
"Why don't you take the pledge?"
This piece o advice is offered every
day by magistrates to what the poiie..
call "confirmed drunks" when tley ap
pear in the courts, autl excellent uilvk-e
it is. But. all the same, in offering J
the magistrate is breaking a law him'
According to an act of Edward VI.'
reign, which hvs never been repea'eS
people who conspire with or indue
others to- abstain from certain drink
and foods are liable to imprison ir.en
as rogues and vagabonds. You ma;
take the pledge yourself, but you ma.
not advise other people to.
Do you go to the theater?. Of courst
you do. And do you stay to see tht
last act? Again, of course, you do
But by witnessing that last act you ar
breaking the law.
An act which has been on the statut:
book for more than 200 years declares
that persons assembling or causing oth
er persons to assemble in any "booth
theater or place of public entertain
ment" after 10 o'clock in the evening
areviolating the written law. Pear
GET READY FOR OLD AGE.
Start Saving at Once if It Be Only a
; Cent a Day.
I care not now humble the eircum
stances of any reader may be. they are
not too humble to enable him or her to
begin to save and to prepare for the
time In life when the vacation of old
age 'must be taken. Remember that
the earlier you begin the more you will
have and that If you save but a cent a
day at the end of the year you-will
have set aside nearly $4. That is some something
thing something to begin with.
Persons are heard to say, "I can't
save; I don't know how, and I can save
so little that It never will amount to
anything!" All wrong. You can save,
if you begin with only a single cent, a
five cent piece, a dime or a dollar.
The principal point to remember is
that your money will earn something
for you if you will only set It as'de for
that purpose, and It will work day and
night while you are sleeping, working
or resting. One hundred dollars in the
savings bank at the end of the year
will be worth $104, as It will earn 4
per cent Interest. The same amount
invested in a good bond will earn you
$5 or J?G by the close of the year.
Better than all. you will have estab
lished the habit of thrift and saving.
When once you have accumulated a
$100 bend or two the rest will come
much easier, and you will be surprised
and delighted to realize that you, are
not left without means of support. It
is a good thought to be ready for the
vacation that must come with old age
Jasper in Leslies Weekly.
How Sheridan Paid a Debt.
No one knew better the power pos possessed
sessed possessed by a really polished compliment
than Sheridan, and on innumerable oc occasions
casions occasions during that rather stormy the theatrical
atrical theatrical management of his did he ex extricate
tricate extricate himself from a difficulty by
means of one. A good instance Is the
following: An English nobleman who
had married a beautiful actress once
applied with much dignity in the green greenroom
room greenroom to Mr. Sheiidan for the arrears
of her salary and vowed that he would
not stir till they were paid.
"My dear lord." said the impecunious
manager, "thisjs too .bad. YoTTtfave i
taken from us the brightest Jewel In
the world, and you now quarrel with
us for the little dust she has left be
The nobleman immediately burst out
laughing, and the debr was canceled.
When you have plumbing or elec
trical contracting let us furnish you
estimates.- No job too large and none i
to small. H. W. Tucker. tf I
Pure drugs, prompt service and no
substitution in our PRESCRIPTION
department. Tell your physician to
leave yours with us. The Court
Capital and Surplus $90,000
Some That Were Discredited and Vii
dicated Lonj Afterward.
Travelers tales hae often been ac accused
cused accused of being mere "flights of iiag;
nation, and In the past stay at ho.
people have sometimes erred in r.en
ing travelers' tales with scorn. The.v
was. for instance, the description b;
'James Bruce in 1770 of the barbarou
Abyssinian custom of eating law mea.
cut from t'ae living animal, which wa wa-ridiculed
ridiculed wa-ridiculed by everybody. Yet Druce wa:
proved right. When Paul du Chaiiii
explored equatorial Africa-la 1ST.1 an
described the wonderful f:oriIIas an.
also the nation of dwarfs there he wa
discredited none to; politicly by th
British Royal Geographical soclet.v
Yet subsequent explorers amply vludi
cated his veracity. v
In the matter of discredited trave
ers' tales vindicated long afterward i
will never be possible "to bd.it tht
classic instance in Herodotus. He tci'.
how King Xeco of E.crypt 't-ommiiun
ed certain Phoenician mariners to cir
cumiiavigate Africa if they could
They did It, starting from the lied sei:
and returning by the straits of Gibral Gibraltar
tar Gibraltar after very many months. And
they reported, says Herodotus, that in
rounding the southern end of Africa
they bad the sun "on their right hand.
"I, for my part," he says, "do not be believe
lieve believe this, but perhaps others may."
In modern times that detail Is pre precisely
cisely precisely what proves that the Phoeni Phoenicians
cians Phoenicians did achitve the wonderful voy voyage.
age. voyage. Such an "improbable" fact could
never have been Invented In an age
which was not familiar with the equa-
4 BIG TOURING CAR FOR SALE
I have a large, five-passenger, 40-
horsepower touring car; just been
thoroughly overhauled, tires," top, up upholstering
holstering upholstering and all working parts in
first class condition. A bargain; cash
or time. R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla.
People are learning that 4 a little
forethought often saves them a big
expense. Here is an instance: E. W.
Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I do
not believe that our family has been
without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy since we com commenced
menced commenced keeping house years ago.
When we go on an extended visit we
take it with us." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Our "unclassified" column will sell
it for you. Try it.
DON'T LET INSECTS
Go to your nearest dealer today
and get a can of
arid a Fenole Sprayer then the
jig is up with Mr. Bugg of all
kinds. Don't let dealers palm off
substitutes because they make
more profit. Youll save money
by using FENOLE.
Quarts ... 75c
Gallon Cans.. 2.00
Sprayers 50c and $1.00 Each
Fenole Chemical Co.
Bind the car that is Klaxonized
rhis is a busy street as seen from
in aeroplane. Pedestrians are
rvalking here and there among the
mtomobile traffic One of the cars
ias a Klaxon on it. The owner,
las sounded it. Which one?
We will gladly put a Klaxon on
four car. If, after you have tried
t, you are willing to drive with with-)ut
)ut with-)ut it, we will take it off and
Jiarge you nothing.
Diere is a Klaxon for every size
ind kind of car from $4 to $20.
laxons are made only by the
ovell'McConnell Mfg. Co.,
Newark, N. J. Like all standard
irticles they are widely imitated
To be sure, look for the Klaxon
700,000 are in use
West Broadway and North Main St.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
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W irk for the Money than Any Other
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FOUR 'i OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY v
BITTITfGEK A CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Cartoll, General Manager Port V. LeareBsrood, BulaeM Haufd
J, H. BeaJamLa, Editor -
Entered at Ocala, Fla., potoffice as second class matter.
One year. In advance $5.00
6ix months, in advance 2.60
Thzee months. In advance 1.26
One month, in advance... 50
One year, tn advance $8.00
Six month, in advance 4.26
Three months, in advance...... 2.25
One month, in advance ........ .80
We shall see whether going to the
Catts is better or worse than going to
Van Swearingen, an open and
avowed guardian of liberty candidate
in Jacksonville,' was beaten to a fraz frazzle.
expense and trouble to the candidates.
Under the primary system they can
always find good men to select from.
; Under the convention system the
politicians will do the selecting The
convention was the main stronghold
of rotten politics; the people will be
foolish if they allow it to be rebuilt.
It is a common saying after an
election, "It's all over but the shout shouting.
ing. shouting. After the Florida primary elec election,
tion, election, it is all over but the cussing.
Go anywhere Character can, and mix
In crowds of any caste! Where e'er
And maul or mob, or what you will,
the fix in
Which you leave him leaves him
We have said all along that the
Russians would come back.
The democratic convention nomi
nated Wilson, but the sentiment of the
delegates was decidedly Bryanesque.
Let the democrats make no mistake
by underestimating their opponents!
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
We solicit new business with a view
of making it mutually profitable.
A friend in Volusia county sends us
the following poem. We don't know
what its about, but as it is pretty
When you go into a guardian of good poetry we present it to our
liberty lodge, the password at the j readers
Antw Annf ia "mo-ivnr art A at. tint, in-
ner door it is "Catts." About this Pere was a great fish of
time two years from now it will be jje was chased night and day by the address said:"I have .always been
"mud." "Sore Head Twins." afraid of the stiirman." It does not
Secretary of State Crawford tele- i thonn "6 Hughes, although the republican pap-
phoned to the Jacksonville Metropolis But this mighty fish was caught on crs may consider the statement "sig-
As we see it, the coming campaign
will become a mad effort to determine
whether Prexy Wilson or Silent
Hughes is most like Lincoln.
President Wilson in his West Point
THE STAR'S PHONES
The editor's phone is
"51 TWO RINGS"
while the business office re remains
mains remains the same. Our friends
will save themselves possible
annoyance and delay by keep keeping
ing keeping this in mind when calling
up the Star office in future.
Friday afternoon that Catts was prob-
the sixth of June.
fly to Hawaii to hear some
maid play the eucalyptus.
ably nominated by about 500 votes. If Lam in tTlo ws,f41r jppn aru hai
such is Mr. Crawford's opinion,, the low,
contestants might as well quit. ; IBut never deep enough to hide the
Governor Catts will be a bitter dose He sat upon- the throne with self-
for some of them to swallow, but it
will prove just the system renovator He thought himself a king to the hour
With such a clamor-for "pure and
unadulterated Americanism," why j
hasn't Old Doc Wiley been put for
need most. Tampa
Now that the wireless telephone is
become a reality, and music is being i
many of. them
tI Y V -UK locf But vthgtoy figh Sas caa.fht heard around the world, we expect
, All UbUCi W VI UOj 111 TV 14.1 bllV I 11 bUC UUlglCJ MJL DvlJL vUIlvCl Vf
oil for Florida demoeracv. It was discovered that this fish was
shortly to be able to sit in a comfort
able chair here in Florida and listen
to Vessella's band playing in Willow
People in Florida are astonished at So let it be remember by all great Vri v
n ex-Coast Line conductor being in : iM V U" 5!:
jail on the charge of burning "his
hotel in order to collect the insur insurance.
ance. insurance. They can't understand how a
nigner a sen-conceited man
climbs the harder will be
They were clipped by The truth set
forth by the "Sore Head
Coast Line conductor ever accumu accumulated
lated accumulated enough money to buy a hotel.
A special dispatch to the Times-
Union from Kissimmee says that when this was done it was his sure
Rull Bass, a leadiner cattleman of that defeat.
section, has just sold to E. C. Beuch-frfsh 5sh ws then not suitable
ler, manager of the Anthony Farms,
thirty-eight head of Brahman bulls, Remember this truth which it is well!
imported from Texas for the purpose to tell.
of building up the native cattle of According to tne bcnptures i tfte wick-
Florida ea are ooomea to neii.
This is not the fish that swallowed I
. ... t uou uub a uiggci ii ail is lie.-
we can unaersiana wuy tsuiia For he swallowed I-ke and was choked
might offer for certain ofiices, but in an effort to swallow James E.
what on earth does an editor want ".V. v j
... When this mighty fish came upon dry
with an office of county commissioner, land f ull tonk
which would bar his paper from any The Anti-Saloon League discovered j
share of the county printing? his condition and recognized his
Lakeland Telegram. ; ?T&n
Perhaps he is a patriot. Once in So hack to the river he went with all
a while vou find an editor who is built I all his sins,
. .1 TT ... t
ne is me same oia nsn except tne
t cupping of bis nns.
sung in Paris, Berlin, or Milan; with
the the probability of, being able to see as
well as hear. Or, if we prefer," we
let all in all this mighty fish has lost can taice tne Air j-one to any 01 tnese ix THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Mary Jane was "messinV in the
kitchen, assisted by Topsy the cook.
Topsy was as black as ebony and
about the same age as Mary Jane.
The door bell rang.
"Answer that, Topsy," said Mary
Topsy went, and returned beaming.
"Hit's Mr. Jack, Miss Mary!"
"Help! Just look at my hair, Topsy.
I can't let him see me looking like
."Lor', Miss Mary! Yo haid might
be wuss. But jes' look at mine!"
The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tire
I irouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
j Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled.
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Tones 438 76 Ocala, Fla.
places for the week end. Or, we can
P. L Dillingsley
rant. H. O. MArthiir. district SUD-I
otonf f v, A r. T. :Wi President Wilson and his cabinet
man the public puts much confidence have finished and approved the note
in, says that the reports that trains of the United States to the Mexican
37 and 38 will run thru Palatka and government,, and it flatly refuses to
Sanford instead of Gainesville and accede to General Garranza's demand
rv,oio io awrtc tm ia ta for the immediate withdrawal of
news to Ocala and Gainesville people. American troops from Mexico, and in-
who would dislike to lose these two fo.rms him that the troPs not be
fine trains r withdrawn until order is restored
along the border and Carranza shows
Tom West and Carv Hardee, it is m saDimy 10 mamtain order and pro-
said, are already in training for the test our border from raiders. The
"next gubernatorial contest. Mighty note also reprimands Carranza for
eood men. but we are afraid they ; insumng maguage and msinua-
have been in the state too long and t ions contained in his note sent to the
are lacking in certain characteristics United States government. The note
which seem necessary to success inlnas not yet oeen sent.
present day Florida politics. Lake
land Telegram. The Palatka News says one of the
Present day politics is only present reasons why Alexander defeated Fish
day. The variety will not last. for senator in Volusia county was
i w i
because the latter said he would favor
Gilchrist says he hopes his defeat I a" bill for the inspection of nunneries.
will prove a blessing in disguise, butlYolusia has done itself honor. Any
adds that he doesn't like disguises any Protestant lady can go to a Roman j
too well. v Gilchrist's inexhaustible Catholic convent, be made welcome
fund of good nature makes everybody I and go all thru it in fact, many of
his friends even thought some may them do so every month in the year.
rot be able at all times to give him Under the rules of the convents, no
political support. Lakeland Tele- man, except a doctor, is ever admitted
gram. I .:-'","".'' to the rooms of the sisters. It is almost
The people will be better off if they the same rule that applies to the room
keep such men as Gilchrist in.office. jof a Protestant girl in her Own home.
No gentleman would try to break it.
To hear the opponents of the '..pri-The law put in jail any man who
mary talk, one would think that con- tnes. oreaK it.
ventions nominated onlv Henrv Clave
T ;i ri x tit- I
. "fvc T ; It grieves Tom Watson much to
ported a numoer OI convenuons:m know a Fourth Degree Knight
uxSi- i iu..ua uu w.nave of Columbus"-x-Governor Glynn, of
seen nominated men who wouldhave New York-should have been permit!
i iinxj, I, v auiiMted to make the "keynote" speech at
7 t X xucauan; St. Louis. Poor fellow, he seems to
fice. Let the people stick to the pri- be doing all worrymg for
hi-x, cF uu Fw m tneir country about these Knights of Co-
uauus. !i,v., a v- ii
lumuua uiu tie gruws worse an tne
time. Augusta Chronicle.
opponents of the primary system He has efficient assistance in Catts
are trying to make our recent. pri- of Florida. If the 4gardeen" move move-mary
mary move-mary an excuse for returning to the ment grows as its adherents expect
old convention method. The primary it to grow, Watson and Catts, or
needs to be amended and put in bet- Catts and Watson, will be its national
ter shape, but the people will be ticket in 1920." The high protection protection-foolish
foolish protection-foolish if they allow it to be abolish- ists of Pennsylvania will finance the
ed. It keeps the power in their movement, and if the ticket is elected
hand3. They needn't worry over the Billyparker will be secretary of state.
Spoken advertising is by
far the most powerful
factor in the extraordi extraordinary
nary extraordinary demand for this
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Senior League 6:30 p. m.
Preaching 7:45 p. m.
Preaching by Rev. F. R." Bridges,
presiding elder of the Ocala district.
"All cordially invited, strangers wel
come. J. jvi. uross, castor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school, W. T.
11 a. m. Preaching by the pastor.
6:45 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:45 p. m. Evening service.
Christian Science Society
Services every Sunday at 11 a. m.
at Yonge's hall. Everyone is wel
The society maintains a reading
room in this hall, open on Tuesdays
and Fridays from 3 to 5 p. m., where
a welcome is extended to the public
and opportunity afforded visitors .to
read and procure the Bible and au
thorized literature concerning Chris
Cw3 ACS 8 Hf8 EU3ECET
FRESH HEATS, POULTRY,
FISH AND OYSTERS
All kinds Fresh Vegetable
. OCALA, FLA
( RETURN $35.
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
. Fare Includes Meals Good on Any Ship.
Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
. Write for schedule and further particulars.
.H. G. WERIZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of lib trty St, JacksonviUe, Florida.
Unsolicited letters of en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic approval con continue
tinue continue to pour in from from-every
every from-every state in the Union.
East Broadway Church, Disciples of
Rev. Roy B. Bowers, Minister
Sunday school 9:30 a. m., C. E.
Preaching 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
L. M. Murray, superintendent.
Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m.,' preaching by the pastor.
Junior Society at 2:30 p. m.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday at
7:30 p. m.
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.
Carter's Butternut Bread i made
of pure flour, sugar, yeast, malt,
milk, lard and salt; it is made and
wranned bv machinery and baked
XT MT m w
with steam. 20-tf
FROM OCALA Via
, STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
' . ., ...
Tickets sold JUNE 21st, limited to leave Jacksonville on -or before
midinght June 24th.
The Gasoline Consumption is
The tire mileage is unusually high
The motor is 30-35 horse power
The price of the Roadster or
Touring car complete is $785
(f. o. b. Detroit)
OCALA AUTO CO.
M. R. WILLIAMS, T. A.
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
W. K. LANE, M. D Prysician and!
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building,' Ocala,
Stoves and kitchen utensils, beds,
chairs, dishes, piano, fruit jars, etc
etc- for sale. In room rear of Dr. E.
Van Hood's office, Yonge building, dtf )
Druggist and Seedsmen
MAIL ORDER HOUSE
We deliver all parcels of reasonable
weight when cash accompanies order.
Ask your doctor to leave your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions with us, as they are care carefully
fully carefully compounded and prompt deliv delivery
ery delivery made. Phone 30.
I & MINERS TRAflSPOBTATIOfl GOMPAflY
Summer Tourist Fares
From Jacksonville to
Boston and return $43.00
Providence and return 4L00
Blue Mountain and return 35.50
Atlantic Citv and return 2fi zti
Asbury Park and return. 36.50
New York and. return... $35.00
Tlalfimnro anH rstnm 32 Mi
Philadelphia and return. 35.00 f
Washington and return.. 34.00
Savannah and return... 6.00
Throncli f irVpta tr all Faetin TPRnrta. witVi rptnrn limit rK 01"
1916, with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings from
Jacksonville, via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Saturday. To
Philadelphia June 11, 22, July 3. 13 and 24 at 4:00 p. m.
Steamships Suwannee and Somerset have staterooms de luxe with
baths, also shower rooms, hot and cold, fresh and salt. Running water
in all rooms. Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommodation .unsur .unsurpassed.
passed. .unsurpassed. Reservation, foare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tour book.
TICKET OFFICE East Bay St, take Florida Ave. Bell Phone 638
II. C. AVERY, Agt. L. D. JONES, C. A. J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
W. P. TURNER, G. PA. Baltimore, Maryland
Put Your Ad. in thie Star
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 191$
JUST A LITTLE ONE
, where you most need it, in the
guest's room -or in your own room;
These extra wash basins, with
open, sanitary plumbing, are a
cheap luxury if we furnish 'em and
do the work. No residence is real really
ly really up-to-date and healthful with without
out without sanitary wash-basins and lav lavatories.
atories. lavatories. We are headquarters for
Plumbing, Tinning ana
"r-t a. si a.
2 and 4 S. Orange St. PHONE 526
f Me Cciiimercia.
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stale, Co an!y and City Depository.
'Every h ttl e
rwwaal II II I
Is 3otile:Fm 0-T
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works
FRESH AND SALT WATER
GRABS, SHRIMP, 1 ETC.
Received Fresh Everyday. Prompt .Delivery Anywhere in the City.
Deviled Crabs a Specialty
Richardson & White
113 W. Broadway
We wash lace curtains by hand and use Only
IVORY CHIPS. The utmost care is taken.
Ocala Steam Laundry
' RHOMB 101
pects to attend the meeting of the j
dental association in Orlando next
5v TTD A nr'l Tv Dricrrorn
f You Have any News for this De
partment, Call Up Five-One
Mrs. Calvin West and Mrs. Frank
Cook have returned from a visit to
Mrs. Brigance at Flemington.
Missionary Society Meeting
Mrs. S. G. Moyers and three inter-
The Woman's Missionary Society of esting children left Jacksonville yes-
the Baptist church will hold a special terday for Ocala, where they will en en-meetine
meetine en-meetine at' the church Sunday after- joy a visit with the former's mother,
noon at 4 o'clock. All missionary so- Mrs. M. JL. Badger. Ihey expect to
cieties of the church are invited to at-1 return to Jacksonville about July 6,
tend and a cordial invitation is ex- to see Mrs. Moyers movie play,j
ended to all missionary organiza- "Fate's Boomerang," which will be
tions of the other churches, and all shown at the Arcade at that time, and
persons interested in the great sub- later will join Mr. Moyers in Newi
ject of missions. The following pro- x ork city for tne summer months.-
gram will be rendered:
Song, Christ for the
Lord's prayer in concert.
Scripture verses on "Light."
Song, Let the Lower Lights
"Phoslime carries a large percentage of moist moisture,
ure, moisture, which has been repeatedly demonstrated in
practical use to keep green and well nourished the g
Prices F.;0.B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags
JAMES MADISON BRYAN
$9 Per Ton
LESS THAN CARLOAD
$10.00 Per Ton
' Mr. J. M. Bryan, who was fatally
be I injured at Steen dune 13, died June
14 and was buried at Cotton Plant
Prayer, Our Foreign Mission Board the next day, was born in Wayne
and Missionaries Mrs. Van Hood. county, Ga., April 13, 1864. He was
Scripture lesson Mrs. Purvis. united in marriage in Suwannee
Reports of Woman's. Missionary county, Fla., June 13, 1879, to Miss
Union at Asheville, N. C, by Mrs. W. Marion Caraway, who survives him
T. Gary and Mrs. P. P. Howell. with four daughters and one son,
Readings from "Willing Hearted Mrs. Charles Pillans of Fort Green,
fiivino Mrs. W. M. rfarco of bteen, Mrs. J.
Prayer for all agencies at work for C. bmith of Ocala, Mrs. John Gidden3
raising debt Mrs. Standley. Kathleen and Robert L. Bryan of
Talk on necessitv for larerer criv- Bowling Green. He is also survived
WRITE FOR BOOKLET
FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME GO.
Box 462 Ocala, Florida
The John Dozicr Co., Local Agents
ing Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Prayer, Thanksgiving for xFellow-
ship with Christ in Shedding Light
Mrs. T. A. Perry.
by his aged mother and the follow
ing brothers and sisters, B. F. Bryan
of Waycross, Ga., T. B. Bryan of
Rodman, Fla., Andrew J. Bryan of
Chicago, and R. L. Bryan of Steen,
Mrs. W. A. Goethe and Mrs. H. S.
Cummings of Rodman.
He had been a staunch member of
MAXWELL COOLING SYSTEM
SHOWS WELL III
10IIG, HOT DRIVE
Efficiency Proven in a Grinding Trip
Through the Imperial Valley
Country in California
ECONOMY ALSO A BIG FACTOR
IN RAY M'NAMARA'S LATEST
The Pnllv Club held a called the Methodist church since young
mti vstrdav with the Misses manhood, always taking an active in-
Marv and Anna McDowell. "Shaks- tere.st in a11 church and Sunday school
nArp's Mpn r,H WmW' was the sub- work- For several years he was
tf"" W" w .v 1 1 l1 3
iect discussed. Election of officers superintendent oi tne sunaay scnooi
wa5 held with the following result ai rie was an acuve memoer Kay JVlCiNamara'S latest maxwell ex
Miss Mary Burford .was unanimously of the Masons, K. of P., W. O. W. ploit on the Pacific coast served to
chosen president; vice president, Miss and Modern Maccabees. illustrate not only the great economy
Tn net Weathers' secretary Miss He was a devoted father and hus- in the operation of Maxwell cars, but
Adele Bittinger. Misses Helen Brown, band and a friend to all who knew Ulso the wonderful cooling efficiency
Hope Robinson and Nellie Gottlieb n1"1' , t OI tne iyib m0(lel- witn a stocK tour-
were elected to serve as a nroeram ia ieuuuwu"B Aac' wuk mg car, wnose total mueage is more
for the summer. The next meeting
will be held in October.
rommittPP. The' rlnh then arlioumed was the first death in a veiT lfge than 33,000 miles, the last 4,000 Of
' 1 1 At J Al f M I
iamiiy circie since tne aeatn oi nis wnicn nave Deen covered over moun-
father, thirty-five years ago. tain and desert trails, McNamara
Mr. Bryan had followed the saw last week made a remarkable run
Messrs. Adcock and Killbrew left 1 .f" Jf i 5 ? Imp6rial Valley country
this mormne in the formers car fori, .,: I :.
r i j v i. -nuijw ne Dougnt a nome witnm aDout a mue The gasoline consumption- was
Orlando where they will be joined by q Q wW he has been about one n four
Mrs. Killebrew and children, and all ... n mnr,
vii fft M, A,vA, in fending until a few weeks ago, when three-quarters gallons, or an average
A- a j.-.i. he began work as an overseer for the of twenty-six miles per gallon. The
r Kararuniirir ivi r-w t- i iff ii- u uiiii i
"w V 7 ; Rodman Lumber Co. at its logging
has been the victom of a long and .
, ... i vamp ai olccii, auuut i-cxi uiiics
severe inness is steaauy recovering northwest otDunnellon.,
at tne nome oi ner parents, mr, anu
Mrs. P. E. McClane, in this city.
oil consumption was just a tf ifle un under
der under a quart. No water was added be before
fore before the start of the run; The car had
run 300 miles prior to the trip with-
A CARD OF THANKS out taking on water. It was a remark
We cannot find owrds to express I able demonstration of the efficiency of
v v v "" u ucu' our thanks to the many friends who the Maxwell cooling system.
vyxiu xiaa uu uu viM(, tu xicr wiw, s n Wevement The mm thrmio-h the Tmnerial Val
Mrs. David R. Connor, : will jave jdth m p,,, .J, took car over the mountain
. .uuuuu v veu u,,, so kind, especiaUy Dr. Griffith and desert from San Diego to El Cen-
"7 YslruoT' W'A T and Dr. Baskin, for their cohstant and tro.
bell who is travelingauditor for the faithful Qf Q Mso
Cenn vampoen cnam ox ueorgia Misg Washbunl who nursed him
banks, will join his family there, and faithfull to the end For the ma
Small Mileage Predicted
Experienced drivers -predicted that
conditions of the trail and the nature
of the country.
R. R. Carroll is the Maxwell dis
tributor in this part of Florida.
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. ?51, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
Nd. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12 :54-l :14 p. m.
No. 40, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:03
p. m. :
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
No. 39, Jacksonville' to St. Petera Petera-lurg,
lurg, Petera-lurg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), 'iuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, :60 p. m.
The pride of our. store is our
PRESCRIPTION service. None but
purest drugs used and no substitution
permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf
For Steady Comfort and;Rcal Economy
Keep your refrigerator well loaded with OUR ICE. And use our coupon
Ocaia Ice & PacMiig Co.
PHONE 34 OCALA, FLA.
Put an Ad. in the Star
they jvill go on to the mountains of beautiful floral offerings, your sym. the MaxweU would not average more
North Georgia for the summer.
. : .-
Misses Donnie and Ola Sims, who
have been in Ocala for the past year,
will return Monday to their home in
Anthony. The numerous friends of
pathy and love, we are thankful.
Members of the Family.
than sixteen miles per, gallon through
the trip, so the result la-.ajl-here
The start was made from the Ex Exposition
position Exposition grounds in San Diego and
after passiner through the city, the
the Misses Sims have made here will Some Intesting Items Concerning rf proceeded eastward into the
miss them greatly, and hope they will
return some day to make Ocala their
Affairs in the Phosphate City
foothills. For the first fifteen miles
I the roads were fair, but on entering
the first canon, some rough going was
Mrs. iiidward Holder entertained a
few friends today at a picnic at In
verness. Those in the party from
Ocala were Misses Margaret Porter,
Alice Bullock, Mrs. J. C. B. Koonce,
Mr. O. B. Howse and Mr. Bethel Gal
Mrs. E. E. Bargannier will leave I encountered, a result of the floods and
Monday for Tyron, N. C, where she J heavy rains of last winter. This con
will spend the summer months. Idition obtained for almost the entire
In spite of the fact that a five-foot I distance. Nearly all the bridges were
moccasin snake was killed at the (washed out, necessitating short de
swimming pool at Juliette, these I tours to points where the creeks could
warm days make this the most pop-1 be forded safely.
ular place in these parts. I Out of Dalzura, there was a long
Mrs. W. B. Anderson spent the! steady climb, probably five miles.
Miss Fannie Robinson, a charming I week end in Ocala with her sister, I After crossing this grade, the car was
visitor of Ocala, is being compliment-1 Mrs. Joe White. (coasted for about a mile, bringing the
ed this afternoon with a pleasant Misses Marie Grumbles and Lucile J party to Angel's Flight. This is a
bridge party which Miss Mary Louise J Kibler, who are attending the State I cork-screw trail on a steep slope cov-
Knight is giving at her home m College for Women at Tallahassee, I ered with sage brush. Following so
Hyde Park. Tampa Times. are home for the summer vacation. I closely on the five-mile climb, it seem
I Miss Christine Bateman, who has led to be a popular watering place for
The silver tea given by the Ladies' J been visiting her aunt, Mrs. B. J. I automobiles. The Maxwell passed
Aid Society of the Presbyterian I Benson, returned to her home at Mc- several cars whose drivers were fill-
church will be held at the residence of Intosh Sunday. ling the radiators.
Mrs. McDowell on Monday from 4:301 Mrs. W. D. Turnipseed returned
to 6:30. I home Tuesday from Ocala.
. Miss Pansv Router nf Snarr. was I From this roint the road bears to
Mrs. R. S. Hall and children have I week end visitor at the home of Mr. I the southeast and jogs too. close to
returned from their visit to the lake, and Mrs. J. A. Grumbles. I the Mexican border for comfort. A
Close to Mexico
Dr. Dozier and family have return returned
ed returned from Lake Weir.
Misses Lucile Gissendaner, Eliza-
Mr. W. J. Mixsori of Camp's dam stop of an hour was made for lunch
was a week end visitor to home folks land before starting, McNamara in
and made a business trio to Inverness I spected his radiator and found the
Saturday. water still at the proper level.
Messrs. Will Metcalf and Lee J In the heat, of the afternoon the
beth Bennett, Mary Lane and Eva J Knight, Miss Pansy Souter and Mrs. j final climb was made. This was "a
Lee Glass are home from a most I R. E. Van formed a congenial party steady grade of ten miles and in the
pleasant visit to Miss Catherine last Sunday night. I ascent six cars were passed, all of
Henry at Oklawaha. Mr. and Mrs. A. W.inglis of Rock- J them taking on water. All during this
well were in Jacksonville last week at I part of the runl the thermometer
the wedding of Mr. J. A. Inglis and! showed 95 degrees.
Miss Ramona Kay of that city. I After crossing the summit, the trail
Mr. J. T. Boyd, who is now em-(was mostly down grade for several
was a Sunday J miles. Then followed a sandy stretch
visitor to his family. over the desert for several miles.
The pupils of Miss Irma Blake's I Later a concrete road proved a great
music class gave a recital at the au-boon to the tour, but the last ten
mile3 into El Centro was over a heavy,
The Senior League of the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church gives notice fif the
change of meeting hour to 6:30 in
stead of 3:30. Each member is re- ployed near Ocala,
quested to bear this in mind.
Mr. E. P. Rentz arrived from Tay
lor county this morning for a visit J ditorium last Thursday night.
to his family. J Mrs. F. J. Titcomb returned Wed
nesday from Lake Weir, where she
Dr. James Chace is in the city on I had been visiting Mrs. J. G. Spurlin.
a" visit to his son, Dr. Edward Chace Mr. R. E. Key of Dalton, Ga., has
and family for a few days. He ex- moved his family to Dunnellon.
dusty road with hidden chuck holes
and washed out badly in many places
The running time from San Diego to
El Centro gave a fifteen mile average.
which was very good considering the4
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NATIONAL. CAHTQQN StRVJCC COTW R Y.
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Right, bo r-
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1916
HOP LEE WAS A PUDDING FOR THE KIDS ON HALLOWEEN J 'S
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I AN ESCAPE WINKED AT I
BK JOHN D. JAMIESON
I have often bee.n asked If In my de de-itectlve
itectlve de-itectlve work I had sheered off from, the
(wrong trail when I was about to nab a
criminal through sympathy. I never
jdld that, but I once lost a woman
fwhom I had under arrest because I bad
1ecome convinced that she was Inno Innocent.
cent. Innocent. I did not tell her that ehe miglt
escape, but pretended to trust her. I
'was sorry afterward that I didn't let
Iier knnw Hint T Yens xHllinr sha shnnlrl
go, for I saw her do something to gain
her freedom that made my blood cur
A cashier of a bank had. been con con-Ticted
Ticted con-Ticted of defalcation, had been sent to
the penitentiary and by means of steel
saws sent him by his wife had cut the
tars of a window of his cell. She had
also provided him with a rope, on
which he had lowered himself to the
ground and had then thrown it over
the prison wall, she being outside to
climbed on to the wall, and his wife
and three of his friends had held a
blanket, Into which he had jumped.
Then, getting into a carriage, he had,
, been driven away.
The warden was quite sure that the
escaped man's wife had secured his
freedom, but had no evidence to sup support
port support the charge. Some time after the
escape I was ordered by my chief to go
to Albany,- where the woman was liv living,
ing, living, arrest her on a trumped up charge
JlTwl hrin? hoi tn Philnrfoln'Ma Tr-Viora
the crime of which' her husband had
been convicted was committed. The
object was to force her to betray his
whereabouts, or, rather, to force him to
give himself up to secure his wife's
I found the lady she was a lady,
and a refined lady, too living in seclu seclusion.
sion. seclusion. She doubtless surmised what
kinds.of a game was to be played on
ber, for I saw her face set with reso resolution.
lution. resolution. I did not believe anything
could be forced out of her. She went
with me without making any ado, and
I refrained from the indignity of plac placing
ing placing handcuffs on her. I took a seat be beside
side beside her in the train, resolving to make
the Journey as easy for her as possible.
During the ride to New York she told
"me one of the most Interesting stories
of how a man's ruin may be planned
to save another that I ever listened to.
If the person, who laid the scheme had
devoted his genius to writing detective
stories he might have made a large
fortune. The most ingenious part of it
was that he fixed on an innocent man
so that there was no way that he could
prove his innocence without casting an
aspersion on his own wife.
Not only did the lady make the dif different
ferent different .steps in the plot plain to me.
OUt -DJ tue- Ulricas may om tvn uci
story convinced me that she had not
invented it and was telling the truth.
And when sha-told me that she and
her husband had intended -to start for
Brazil with her children in a few days
to begin life anew under a, different
name I completely, soured on my job.
On reaching New York we took sup supper
per supper Vtogetlir in a restaurant, crossed
thtl44ve a ttt 3 joarded a train for Phil Phil-adS
adS Phil-adS ia4jj4ri $ -rtohl me her story,
.thesQit slfently weeping. Her ar arrest
rest arrest had-spedled a plan that she and
her ., husbad had been working and
waiting for for several months. If her
story and my faith in its truth had not
conquered me her tears would have
done so that is, being convinced of
her Innocence. After leaving Trenton
I told her that I was going Into the
"Aren't you afraid I'll escape?? she
"I don't see how you can," I replied.
This train doesn't stop till we reach
Philadelphia, and before that I'D be
I did not intend to return to. her, till
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McDuhVVa. "I suffered for several
rears, says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, oi
his place, "with sick headache, and
Ten years ago a friend told me to try
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
1 keep Black-Draught on hand all thi
time now, and when, my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and il
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"We never have a long spell of sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since we commenced
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
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late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re relieve
lieve relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar
It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
'ban a million people.
" Your druggist sells and recommend!
Black-Draught. Price only 25c Get a
ttackase to-dav. ncut
ro were in tne station at fmiaaeipnia,
hoping that she would find a way of
giving me the slip there, and thought if
possible that the train might pull up on
the jvay and go slow enough for her to
I smoked sereral cigars. At one of
the towns through which we passed
where there were many tracks 1 no noticed,
ticed, noticed, that we were running beside a
train moving in the same direction as
ourselves and on the next track. The
two trains were so near together that" I
could put my hand in at the window of
the one beside us. Both trains were
going at pretty good speed.
Presently the. other, train began to
pull ahead of mine. I was sitting in
the front seat of the' smoking car on
the side next the other train. Suddenly
fes the platform of the rear car of the
other trains caught and. passed the
platform of my car I saw my prisoner
bend forward, grasp the rail of the
platform beside her and step on to the
other train. She missed the rail she
tried for, and I thought it was all up
with her, but she caught the rear rail
and succeeded in clambering on to the
platform. That's all I saw, for the
train she was on passed out of sight.
I thanked heaven that I had been
spared sending the poor woman to her
death and that she had escaped me.
Just before reaching" Philadelphia I
went into the car where I had left my
prisoner and, not finding her, on reach reaching
ing reaching the hotel at which I put up notified
my chief of the woman's escape, telling
him exactly how she had effected it.
It is needless to say I was discharg discharged.
ed. discharged. After some difficulty I found an another
other another berth and never regretted what I
had done. Many years after the lady's
husband was exonerated, and the story
Just as she told it to tne came out in
How a Wily Princeling Rewarded His
' v Pompous Minister.
The princeling of an oriental country
had sent t9 his- minister in a far, rich
country the decoration of the national
Order of the Golden Goat. It was a
cheap trinket, plentifully adorned with
imitation jewels. But the minister, be being
ing being a vain man ani prosperous, had the
false stones replaced by real ones and
wore his order thereafter with proper
Then, after some years the princeling
came a-visiting to the far country. Nat-
! urally the minister came to pay his re
spects. Almost at once the eyes of the
princeling fell upon the order with the
real stones, and he sat as one fascinat fascinated,
ed, fascinated, prolonging the interview with idle
questions and paying no attention to
the answers. He was resolving a prob problemfor
lemfor problemfor the privy purse was leaner
than usual just then. At last he saw
his way clear to make a coup.
"It Is time," he said to the minister,
"that your valuable services to your
country should receive additional rec recognition
ognition recognition from your country's prince. I
hereby (he reached into a pocket some somewhere
where somewhere about his plump person) advance
you from the second to the first class
of the Order of the Golden Goat."
With these words he pinned upon the
minister's swelling chest the new dec decoration.
oration. decoration. Of course it was necessary to remove
the old decoration first. This, with its
collection of real stones, he dropped
carelessly into one of the royal pock pockets.
ets. pockets. Xev7 York Post.
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair chairman;
man; chairman; G. A. Nash, W. A. Knight.
v Cemetery J. T. Moore, chairman ;
D. E. Mclver, H. A. Weathers.
Judiciary J. M. Metfert, chairman;
J. J.' Gerig, D. E. Mclver.
Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W. A. Knight.
Fire J. J. Gerig, chairman; J M.
Meffert, G. A. Nash.
Police W. A. Knight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, H. M. Weathers.
Market H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Gerig.
Sanitary H. A. Fausett, chairman;
D. W. Tompkins, J. T. Moore.
Building H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; Hi A. Fausett, D. E. lilclver.
Light and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. M2f-fert.
Fresh seeds of all Kinds at the
Ocala Seed Store. tl
Bevel Complaints in India-
In a lecture at one of the Des
Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary
from India told of going into the in interior
terior interior of India, where he was taken
sick, and that he had a bottle of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy with him and be believed
lieved believed that it saved his life. This
remedy -is used successfully in India
both as a preventive and cure for
cholera. You may know from this
that it can be depended upon for the
milder forms of bowel complaint that
occur in this country Obtainable
"Can you alter that gown to fit me.
do you think?"
"Certainly not. mademoiselle. That
isn't done any more. You must be al altered
tered altered to fit the gown." Life.
"How can I break myself of the
habit of talking In my sleep?"
"Get married. Then you won't dare
to talk in your sleep." London Satur Saturday
day Saturday Journal.
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract, $2 per
ounce. Gerig's. tf
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
xa the Heart of the-city with Hemming, Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to ?6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
Hltl jlMM! t i i M I i i
TF YOUR Sterjcjrapba; Bookkeeper
BTElng Cleric Teiepbom Operitox;
7 ftojr other frmato member of your
c03 'fares esddes to leave Saturday;
pa havo ccJjto use tie "Female Help
Wealed cr 2tutlcn Wasted Femala
cciuxm cf OUR RAPERw
to being ca ftSrouadrdesirable applicant
for the position bxiit sod early fh next
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1916
Notice Is hereby given that the following lands in the city of Ocala will
be sold at public auction on
Monday, the Third Day of July, A. 1916,
at the city hall in Ocala,, Marion county, Florida, or so much thereof as will
be necessary to pay the amount due for city taxes herein set opposite the
same, together with cost of such sale and advertising..
All blk H O S,.. ... ... ..
90 ft e and w by 120 ft n and s fn ne
cor blk 13 O S
n lot 3 blk 18 O S
all lot 2 blk 19 O S
all lot 4 blk 19 O S...
all blk 21 O S.... ....
com 25 ft e of sw cor blk 25 O S e 25
ft n 112 ft w 25 ft s 112 ft.... ......
vry2 ex 10 ft oft n end lot 3 blk 27 O S.
124 ft sq in nw cor blk 34 O S
Vi lot 1 blk 35 -O S . ....... ..
vtVz lot 2 blk 38 O S....
70 ft n and s by 157 ft e and w in se
cor blk 40 OS
lots 12 and 3 blk 43
30 ft n and s on n side lot 1 blk 45
also all lot 2 blk 45 O S
also 57" ft e and w on w side lot 3
blk 45 O S
com at ne cor lot 1 blk 47 O S w 75 ft
s 60 ft e 20 ft s -10 ft e 55 f t n 70 ft.
com 70 ft s of ne cor blk 47 O S w 100
ft s 54 ft e 100 ft n 54 ft
100 ft n and s by 175 ft e and w in se
cor blk 47 O S ... ...
lot 1 blk 49 O S....
n lot 4 blk 49 O S. ... ... ... .....
all lots 3 and 4 blk 51 O S... ... ...
com at nw cor blk 52 O S e 134 ft s 120
ft w 15 f t s 12 ft w 119 ft n 131 ft.
all blk 53 O S .....
112 ft n and s by 126 ft e and w In sw
cor blk 54 O J. ....
com 85.6 ft n of se cor blk 60 O S n 60.9
ft w 119 ft s 60,9 ft e 119 ft
nw blk 61 O S...
lots 1 2 3 4 and 5 Geo F Williams sub
blk 67 O S..
lots 6 7 and 8 Geo F Williams sub blk
67 O S
100 ft sq in se cor blk 67 O S.. ......
8 or lots 3 and 4 blk 68 O S
Wli or lota 2 anfl J.Wk fiJ O S
com at a pt 112 ft e of sw cor blk 73
O S n 112 ft e 50 ft s 112 ft w 50
n blk 79 O S. .... ......... ......
n lot 4 blk 18 N S S.
lot 2 blk 18 N S S
s lot 4 blk 19 N S S ..
lot 7 Snowden's sub blk 24 N S S...
lot 1 blk 25 N S S... ...
8 lot 2 blk 25 N S S .. .. ....
8 lot 3 blk 14 N S N. ..
all hotel lot blk 18 N S N... ... .....
55 ft e and w by 85 ft n and s In sw
cor blk C Dunn's Central add......
blk H Dunn's Central add
n blk K Dunn's Central add.... ..
a blk K Dunns Central add........
lot 9 Weston's Central City lota
com 40 ft s of nw cor blk B s 65 ft
e 105 ft n 65 ft w 105 ft Allred's add.
140 ft n and s on s end blk B Allred's.
add......... ... ............. ...
com at se cor lot 10 blk C e 60 ft n 120
ft w 60 ft s 120 ft Allred's add......
lots 5 and 6 blk 1 sub of blk Q Allred's
add also lots 1 and 2 blk 4 sub of
blk Q Allred's add
ot 2 Wlf 1 AllrArta nriri
and ne lot 3 blk 1 Allred's ado.
nt 3 Mir ft Allrori's aAA
lk 7 Allred's add... 3
ot 3 blk 4 Fla Cen Land Co's sub lots
3 and 4 Allred's add
ots 7 and 10 Clyatt's sub... ..
lota 8 and 9 Clyatt's sum... ... .....
ots 10 11 and 12 Palmer's plat........
lot 1 Greeg and McMasters.......
lot 12 Smith and Daugherty
ot 20 Smith and Daugherty. .......
lot 38 Smith and Daugherty.....
ot 47 and s lot 50 Smith and Daugh
ot 3 Reardon's and 49 1-3 ft n and s
on n side lot 2 Mlddletown..
M lot 6 Reardon's Mlddletown.. ....
bt 7 Reardon's Mlddletown... ...
om at se cor lot 1 Reardon's Middle-
town e 69 ft n 162 ft w 69 ft 8 162
ft........ ...... ... .......
H lot 6 Caldwell's add.... .... ......
11 ex 405 ft sq in ne cor lot 9 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's add ... .............
5 ft n and s by 105 ft e and w in sw
cor lot 12 Caldwell's add.... ...7..
Ill ex 75 f t e and w by 100 ft n and
s in se cor and ex 70 ft n and s by
100 ft e and w In nw cor lot 20 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's add...... ....... ...........
12 ft e and.w by 105 ft n and s in se
cor of sw lot 23 Caldwell's add....
pt 25 Caldwell's add.. .. .. ..........
torn 56 ft e of nw cor lot 27 Caldwell's
add s 112 ft e 84 ft n 112 ft w 84 ft.
bm 79 3-4 ft n of sw cor lot 28 Cald
well's ad n 96 f t e 210 ft s 96 ft w
210 ft........ ... ...
bm 70 ft e of nw cor lot 29 Caldwell's
ad e 70 ft s 140 ft w,70 ft n 140 ft.
pm 144 ft w of ne cor lot 29 Cald-
wells' add. w 70 ft s 140 ft e 70 ft n
140 ft ..... ....
pm 144 ft e of sw cor lot 29 Cald
well's add e 70 ft n 70 ft w 70 ft s
70 ft i.. ...
(m 70 ft w of ne cor lot 29 Cald Caldwell's
well's Caldwell's add, w 70 ft s 140 ft e 70 f t n
" "vi: ...... ..... ...
frn 101 35 uaidell's add;. ..........
m at se cor lot 36 Caldwell's add w
212 ft n 210 ft e 212 ft s 210 ft.V....
ft e and w by 120 ft n and s In nw
cor lot 37 Caldwell's add ..........
1m 140 ft e of nw cor lot 37 Caldwell's
add s 224 ft e 70 ft n 224 ft w 70 ft.
hs 4 6 and 6 blk 1 Benjamin's sub lots
40 ana 41 Caldwell's add...
3 blk 1 Benjamin's sub lots 40 and
41 Caldwell's add....
1 blk 2 Benjamin's sub lots 40 and
41 Caldwell's add
5 blk 2 Benjamin's sub lots 40 and
41 Caldwell's add.... ... ... ......
8 blk 2 Benjamin's sub lota 40 and
41 Caldwell's add ..
X lot 44 Caldwell's add. .........
Ira 90 w of se cor lot 45 Caldwell's
kdd, n 125 ft e 90 ft n 88 ft w 173.3
1 s zi3 rt e 83 ft.... ...
11a rt e of nw cor lot 46 C&ld-
ell's add s 87 2-3 ft e 35 ft n 87 2-S
t w 35 ft... ; .......
118 ft e Of sw cor lot 47 r?nM-
ell's add n 226 ft w 90 ft a 226 ft!
a so rt
6 Buffum's sub lots 52 and 55 Cald
well's add ... ... ... ... ...
11 Buffum's sub lots 52 and 55 Cald-
eirs aad...... ... ...
ft b TVl s by 107 ft e and w on s
nd lot 3 blk 53 Caldwell's add
3 Teague's resurvev lots 54 59 and
aldwell's add. ... "... ... ..
3 lot 4 Teaeue's resurvev lota 54 59
dn 60 Caldwell's add...... ......
11 Teague's resurvev lota 54 K9 and
0 Caldwell's add ....
63 Caldwell's add...
js 1 2 and 3 blk D Oak Park........
z UKiawaha Park... ......... ....
127 Un wood Park.
f 23 24 29 and 30 Ft King Heights
P i and 45 Fort King Heights
P and 6 blk 1 Woodrow's sub plat
ook a page 129 :-:
h 7.90 chs e of ne cor lot 35 Cald Cald-Vell's
Vell's Cald-Vell's add e 3.16 chs s 3.16 chs w 3.16
Ihe n 3.16 chs...
Gary F R Est.... 13 5.49
J R WhHe...
N C Livingston.. ......
G W Hawkins.
Mm L R Schuyler.. ..
R M Giles... ...
Annie E Ruth... ... ..
Ocala Wagon Works...
Est of Mrs F R Gary..
Mrs. Jessie Engesser..
F G B Weihe.. 21.75
Mrs F R Gary Est....
P J Theus.... ...
IP J Theus.. ..-
Metropolitan R & I Co..
J L Brooks.
Geo Giles. ..... ......
Metropolitan R & I Co..
P J Theus,
E L Ditto... ...
D S Woodro w .........
D S Woodro w and Geo
D S Woodrow... ....
Geo Giles... ...
Geo Giles.. .. ........
Mrs Julia F Weihe.. ..
J F Jenkins & Co....
T H Fatio...
T C Bailey... ... .....
Mary E Woodard.
Minnie Dickson.. .....
C Garrison... ... .....
J L Brooks... .......
Mrs C O Jones... .....
D S Woodrow. ......
Geo E Mehlsen.. ......
Heirs T M Crocker. ..
A J Leavengood. .
J T Moore... ... ......
Mrs Rhoda McClure.
Louisa Morton. .. .
R E Fort. .. ... ..
Mrs Lottie Jarvls.. ....
Z T Mullln... ...
Sam Vaughn.. ..
J M Lillte... ... .,
L E Zellner.V .. .,
Unknown.. .. .. .,
F Smith;.-. .....
Unknown ..... ..
C J Colcock... .. "...
Mrs J F Crawford.
T C Bailey... ...
H S Chambers.. ..
A B Savage.
D W Davis.. .. ..
Unknown... ... .,
Mrs F G Spencer..
J H Spencer.. ..
W A Moorhead
J R Moorhead.. .. .. .. 24.45
Chas Leltner. ..... 5.79
Geo, Rentz. 84.45
Mrs Wm Anderson.. ..
R T Adams. .........
C A. Fort
Mrs Mary Phillips
C E Brown... .......
G B Stein.. ..
W F McAteer.
C W Hunter
Mrs M L Carlisle
E P Rentz... ... .....
Unknown. ..... ...
T J Klllebrew..
Mrs. Wm. Anderson...
Mrs A L Leltner.. .. ..
Unknown. .... .......
Wm Ross... ... .....
L F Blalock. ......
Unknown... ... ...
Mrs E C Dorsey.
M J Roess.... .. .. ..
H M Hampton.. .. ..
C L Anderson.. .. ....
E H Mote... ... .......
S S Savage....... .. ..
Sue HIckson.. .. ....
W K Zewadski.. .. ..,
Walter Marsh.. ....
Unknown.. .. .. .. ....
D S Woodrow. ..
Unknown ..... .....
com at se Intersection of South and
Watula sts e 75 ft s 123 ft w 75 ft
n 123 ft
com 105 ft w of nw Intersection of Ft
King ave and Tuscawilla st w 105 ft
n 231 ft e 105 ft s 231 ft
com 100 ft e of se cor blk 76 O S e 81
ft n 119 ft w 81 ft s 119 ft
com 100 ft w of intersection of Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha ave and Watula st on e side of
Oklawaha and w side of Watula st
s 119 ft w 66 ft n 119 ft e 66 ft
com 168 ft s of nw cor s 90 ft e 105 ft
n 90 ft w .105 ft
com on e side of Osceola st 165 ft n of
s 125 ft e to S A L Ry northeasterly
with said Ry to pt due e of p o b
thence -w to p o b also com on e side
of Osceola st 40 ft n of s bdy e to
5 A L Ry thence southwestely to
Osceola st thence n to p o b
com 22.55 chs n of a pt 5.80 chs n of a
pt 5.80 chs e of sw cor
e 12.68 chs to right of way of S A L
Ry thence southwesterly with Ry w
5.88 chs n 10.50 chs n to p o b... ...
com 12.99 chs n of a pt 1492 ft "e of
n 52 ft e 210 ft s 52 It w 210 ft..
com 89 ft n of sw cor
n 285 ft e 420 ft s 285 ft w 420 ft
com 76 ft s of nw cor. ...
s 80 ft e 105 ft n 80 ft w 105 ft
com 452 ft s of nw cor
e 108 ft s 66 ft w 108 ft n 66 ft..
lots 12 and 3 Magnolia Place.'.
lot 12 Magnolia Place
lot 24 Magnolia Place
lot 26 Magnolia Place..
lot 32 Magnolia Place ... ... ..
lots 33 and 34 Magnolia Place.,
lots 50 and 51 Magnolia Place
lots 68 and 69 Magnolia Place
lot 75 Magnolia Place
lots 4 and 5 blk 2 Palmetto Park.
lot 10 blk 3 Palmetto Park. ........
lots 6 and 7 blk 6 Palmetto Park.
com 331 ft s of nw cor McConnell Est
or blk X Caldwell's add s 210 ft e 210
ft n 210 ft w 210 ft..
com 33 ft e and 14.14 chs n of sw cor
e 14.14 chs n 7.07 chs w 14.14 chs s
lot 10 acordlng to Richard's survey of
ne Bullock's sub ne
lots 12 and 13 according to Richard's
survey of ne Bullock's sub ne..
w of nw lot 83 Gary's add.
com 97 ft w of ne cor lot 85 w 69
ft s 112 ft e 69 ft n 112 ft Gary's ad
50 ft e and w on eside of s lot 84
com 40 ft w of se cor lot 85 Gary's add
w 50 ft n 112 ft e 50 ft s 112 ft......
com 90 ft w of se cor lot 88 Gary's add
n 112 ft w 90 ft s 112 ft e 90 ft..
com 180 w of se cor' lot 88 Gary's add
n 112 ft w 45 ft s 112 ft e 45 ft....
lot 89 Gary's add......
nw lot 91 Gary's add..; ...
com 60 ft w of ne cor lot 91 Gary's add
, w 40 ft s 112 ft e 40 ft n 112 ft
com 70 ft w of se cor lot 92 Gary's add
w 60 ft n 112 ft e 60 ft s 112 ft. ....
lot 98 Gary's add.". ... .....
com 221 ft w of ne cor lot 100 Gary's
add w 50 ft s 112 ft e 50 ft n 112 ft.
that certain piece or parcel of land e
of S A L R R of lot bd n by S 3rd
street e by Pine street and w by w
bdy of w of se ... ... ... ... ...
lots 135 141 and 143 Gary's add
lots 136 139 and 145 Gary's add.... ..
lot 14 blk 1 Lincoln Heights
lots 8 9 10 11 12 13 blk 3 Lincoln H"ts
lot 22 blk 4 Lincoln Heights .... ....
lot 4 blk 6 Lincoln Heights.. ........
lots 34 and 35 Connor's sub blks 5 and
6 Scott's survey.
com at se cor blk 5 Scott's sur n 112
ft w 84 ft s 112 ft e 84 ft
lot 6 blk 1 itto's revised plat book A
page 143 ex 14 1-3 ft off n end......
lot l-blk 4 Oak Ridge.
lot 4 blk 11 Oak Ridge....
lot 1 blk 17 Oak Ridge... ... .....
all ex com at ne cor lot 1 E G Smith's
add w 152 ft s 63 ft e 100 ft s 40
ft e 52 ft n 103 ft also ex 72 ft sq
in se cor lot 1..
67 ft e and w on e side lot 4 E G
lot 4 E G Smiths' add ex 67 ft e and
w on e side of lot 4..
com 40 ft e of ne cor lot 5 E G Smith's
t add e 45 ft s 138 ft w 45 ft n 138
ft. ..... ... ... ... ...
40 ft e and w by 138 ft n and s In nw
cor lot 5 E G Smith's add....
com at sw cor lot 5 E G Smith's add
e 177 ft n 139 ft w 177 ft 8
139 ft also com 85 ft e of nw cor
lot 5 E G Smiths' add e 43 ft a 138
ft n 138 ft..
50 ft e and w by 100 ft n and s in sw
cor lot 6 E G Smith's add... ... ...
lot 16 E G Smith's adt
n lot 17 E G Smiths add... ... .....
lot 5 sub lot 18 E G Smith's add
lot 8 sub lot 18 E. G. Smith's add....
lot 22 Mitchell's first plat
lot 23 Mitchell's ttrst plat...
lots 5 21 48 62 63 64 66 67 69 70 71 72 73
74 75 76 78 and 80 Mitchell's first
plat...... ... ... ...
lot 8 Mitchell's revised plat.
lots 40 49 50 and 51 Mitchell's revised
lot 33 Mitchell's revised plat..
lots 35 36 and 37 Mitchell's revised
plat.... ... ..
lot 79 Mitchell's revised plat.
com at nw cor lot 18 E. G. Smith's add
w 70 ft s 174.9 ft e 50 ft n 100 ft e
5 ft thence ntopob v
com at ne cor of sw
.thence s 230 ft w 3.16 chs n 230 ft e
3.16 chs ex John McRae lot..
com 459 ft w of ne cor of sw
s 100 ft e 50 ft s 155 ft w 250 ft n
lots 1 and 3 blk 6 West End.,.. ....
lots 10 and 12 blk S West End
lots 14 and 16 blk 8 West End
lot 18 blk 9 West End.
lot 19 blk 9 West End...
lots 8 and 10 blk 10 West End
lot 2 and e of lot 4 blk 29 West End
lots 5 and 7 blk 29 West End
lots 1 and 3 blk 30 West nd
lot 4 blk 30 West End.....
lots 18 and 20 blk 30 West End
lot 10 blk 1 Western add
lot 9 blk 2 Western add
lot 1 blk 4 Western add...
lot 2 blk 4 Western add
lot 4 blk 4 Western add
lot 1 blk 5 Western add
lof 6 blk 5 Western add... ...
lot 4 blk 6 Western add
lot 5 blk 6 Western add ......
lot 6 blk 6 Western add
lot 7 blk 6 Western add
lot 4 Reardons Due West lots
com 25 ft s of nw cor of sw
s 208.56 ft e 208.56 ft n 104.28 ft w
104.28 ft n 104.28 ft w 104.28 ft
lots 26 28 29 30 31 32 blk 73 Santa Ma Maria
ria Maria place......
lots 29 30 31 and 32 blk 75 Santa Maria
ne of nw
ex 2 acres in ne cor.
sw of sw
ex n of nw of sw of sw Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia City
com 100 ft w of se cor of ne of nw
w 104 ft n 417 ft 5(1 ft s 317 ft w
100 ft s 100 ft.
Mrs. W H Powers ....
Mrs E H Graham.. ....
W T Gary ...
J H Spencer...
Citizens Gas Co..
Ocala Cooperage ..Co.
Mrs A E Proctor..
A L Woodrow..
D S Woodrow
J F Hall
D U McGuenls...
P V Leavengod..
C W and Lawton Smith!
F E Wetherbee..
S M Hooper.
Ocala Lbr and Sup .Co
Wm van Cannon
Jacksonville Dev. Co....
G G Maynard
D S Woodrow..-.
Fla Cen Land Co
19J1522Munroe & Chambliss.
Trustees B B Park..
Unknown.. .. I
R S Mitchell.. .. ...
J D McCall...
Sam Birch. ...
Mrs F R Gary..
Est of F R Gary.
J D Nelson...
Est of Mrs F R Gary.
Heirs of Mrs F R Gary.
W T Gary
H W Page... ...
C J Phillips...
J B Martin ... ....
Julia Lambrlght .
John Dickson.. .. ..
I ... .,
C F Schneider... ... ,.
Chas Williams.. .. ....!
Woodrow Cullen & Cha-
zal.. ... ...... .. ...
R C Murray...
Mary Pearson ...
T Gallman. ...
C E Laveron...
J F Jenkins & Co.
B J Mitchell
J S Pedrlck. ...
Mrs M E Fox
L E Williams ..
Mrs A E Delouest
C E Laveron
Metropolitan R & I Co..
Cella Adams.. ..
Metropolitan R & I Co..
iChas H Davis..
W H Willouehby
J W Means
N J Gore...
G W Mitchell ...
IL B Butler
J D McCall
1917!22Mrs Barbour Walker.
18!15l22!Mrs.. "Barbour Walker..
221 J R-Blacklston.
com 417.21 ft s of ne cor of nw
s 100 ft e 204 ft n 100 ft w 204 ft....
se lot 1 Clines add
sw lot 1 CUne's add
e of n ex n of ne lot 1 CUne's
e lot 2 CUne's add
86 ft n and s by 56 ft e and w in sw
cor lot 3 Cllne's add also beginning
at a pt 154 ft n of sw cor lot 3
Cllne's add e 112 ft n 48 ft w 112 ft
s 40 ft
n lot 13 Cllne's add
sw lot 20 CUne's add
s 1-3 of e also nw lot 21 Cllne's
n lot 26 Cllne's add.
s lot 26 Cllne's add.
ot 12 Tucker Hill
0 f t e and w by 115 ft n and s In
sw cor lot 18 Dunn's N W add......
lot 1 blk C Dunn's N W add
lots 11 and 13 blk C Dunn's N W add.
lot 1 blk D Dunn's N W add... ......
lot 13 blk E Dunn's N W add
lots 11 and 13 blk P Dunn's N W add
lot 2 blk U Dunn's N W add...
blk 1 Goss add ex lots 8 9 10 12 13 and
19 blk 1 range 1....
lot 2 blk 3 range 1 Goss add.
ne lot 2 blk 1 range' 2 Goss add....
50 ft e and w by 100 ft n and s in se
cor lot 3 blk 4 sange 2 Goss add....
n lot 3 blk 4 range 2 Goss add
lot 2 blk 4 range 2 Goss add....
lot 1 blk 1 range 3 Goss add..
n and sw lot 2 blk 1 range 3 Goss
ots 1 and 4 blk 4 range 3 Goss add...
e lots 1 and 2 blk 4 range 4 Goss
w lot 1 and 2 blk 4 range 4 Goss add
e lot 1 blk 2 range 4 Goss add
w lot 1 blk 2 range 4 Goss add
w lot 2 blk 3 range 4 Goss add....
lots 11 and 12 revised
blk 3 Biggs add ......
The Original Paul Pry.
Thomas Hill, familiarly called Tom
my Hill, was, says Dr. Brewer, the
original Paul Pry. It was from him
also that Theodore Hook drew his
character of Gilbert Gurney. Planche
In his "Recollections" saya of Hill:
His specialty was the accurate Infor
mation he could impart on all the pet
ty details of the domestic economy of
his friends, the contents of their ward wardrobes,
robes, wardrobes, their pantries, the number of
pots of preserves In their store closets
and of the table napkins In their linen
presses, the dates of their births and
marriages, the amounts of their trades tradesmen's
men's tradesmen's bills and whether paid weekly
or quarterly. He had been on the
press and was connected with the
Morning Chronicle. He used to drive
Matthews crazy by ferreting out his
whereabouts when be left -London and
popping the information in some pa
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF" THE
FIFTH JUDICIAL. CIRCUIT OP
FLORIDA, MARION COUNTY, IN
Walter Ray, N. G. Wade and Flora
AL Osborn (Formerly Flora Mor Mor-Tlson),
Tlson), Mor-Tlson), Complainants, versus .the
Unknown Owners and Claimants of
the Lands Hereinafter Described,
The complainants having filed a
sworn bill in this cause, alleging that
they believe there are person's Inter Interested
ested Interested in the property hereinafter de described,
scribed, described, whose names arc unknown to
them, it Is therefore ordered that all
parties claiming an Interest in the fol
lowing described lands. lying and De-
Ing In Marion county, Florida, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: Sec. Tp. Rg.
Se of se. 13 14 20
Nw of nw; nw of sw;
e or sw and sw or
nwU 26 14 20
Se of se : -..17 15 18
Nw of sw 25 15 18
w ot w zt is 1
W of sw 29 15 18
E of 32 15 18
W of 33 15 13
W of 34 15 18
G of se and sw 20 15 19
W of ne .....26 15 19
Ne of ne 30 15 -19
N or se, and s or ne..3i 15 i
K of nw and sw....32 15 19
S of ne 2 16, 18
Nw; sw of ne n of
. se4 and seY of se. .. 4 16 18
SeV4 of sw; n of se and
sw of sen. ......... .... 5 16 is
W of ne; sw .and e
of ne 6 16 18
Nw of se and nc of
nwi 7 16 18
Nw of neU; w; s of
seA ... ... 8 16 18
N of n and sw of se.18 16 18
and each of them be and are hereby re
quired t appear and answer the bill of
complaint in this cause, on or Derore
the 4th day of September, A. D. 1916,
the same toeing the first Monday In
September and a rule day; otherwise
complainants will proceed ex parte.
It Is turther ordered tnat tnis oraer
be published once a week for twelve
consecutive weeks In the Ocala Star, a
newspaper published in said county.
witness my hand ana tne seal or
said court, at Ocala, this 10th day of
June. A. D- 1916.
(Seal) P. H. NUUE.Tr,
Clerk Circuit Court.
Br Ruth Ervin, D. C.
H. II. HAMPTON,
Complainant's Solicitor. 6-10-sat
NOTICE OF SPECIAL
Notice is hereby given, that under
and by virtue of the final decree
made and entered by the Honorable
W. S. Bullock, judge of the circuit
court of Marion county, rlonda, in
chancery, in that certain cause pend pending
ing pending in said court, in which T. P. Drake
is complainant and David S. Woodrow,
et. aU are defendants, which decree
is dated June 2, 1916, 1, the undersign undersigned,
ed, undersigned, special master in chancery, will
offer for sale, at public outcry, to the
highest and best bidder for cash, in
front of the south door of Marion
county court house, in Ocala, Florida,
between the hours of 11 o clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m.
July 3rd, 1916
certain lands situated in Marion coun
ty, Florida, particularly described as
follows: Commencing at 'the south southeast
east southeast corner of block 67, Old Survey of
the city of Ocala, thence running west
one hundred (100) feet, thence north
one hundred (100) feet, thence east
one hundred (100) feet, thence south
one hundred (100) feet to the point
of beginning. Said property will be
sold to realize the amount due under
said decree, and the costs of sale.
F. R. Hocker, Special Master.
Hocker & Martin,
Complainant's Solicitors. 6-3-sat
Annie B Savage.,
J C Boozer... ..
J C Boozer
E H Wilson... ..
C M Livingston.
Annie B Savage..
P J Theus.
P J Theus...
M F Dodson
A J Mitchell
S G Weeley..
Geo W Davis. ... ....I 1.17
W. W. CLTATT,
City Tax Collector.
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; Ocala 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa
7:50 p. m.
No. 1- Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala $1.45 a. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 8:05 p. m.'
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.;
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves" St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack
sonville 6:45 a. m.
No. A Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
I p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
OCALA FRATERHAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Ciapter. No. 29, O. E. S-
meets at Yonge'a hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of e&c&
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs, Myrtle G. Kramer, W. IL
Mrs. Lillian ssimmons, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. 0.
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly." A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
L. E. Yonce, N. G.
W. L. Colbert. Secretary.
CHAPTER NO. 15, B. A. M.
'Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p. m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown. Sec'y. i
JIARIOX-DUNN 3IASOSIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. A
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
B. C Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. 4.d
WOCD3LK -OF THE WOULD
Fot King Camp No. 14 crbets at
the K. of P. ball at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
ioverelgn? are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.
Chas- K. Sage. Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF PTTHIAfi
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Mcnday at 7:30 p. zn. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis
iting brothers. W. M. Gober, C. C
Cnas. K. sage. K. of R. S. A'
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle HalL west
of courthouse. Visitincr members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C
Kate B. HowelL M. R.
OCALA LOD3E NO. ZSS, B. P. O. E,
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Ordev of Elks, meets
tne second and rourtn auesla even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofB, east side.
I- H. von Engelken, E. R.
D. S. Williams, Sec'y.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, JUNE 17, 1916
OCALA OCCURRENCES f
K. of P. meet Monday night.
Council meets Tuesday evening.
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Pythian Sisters meet Tuesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Take Rexall liver salts for
tired, lazy feeling. Ceng's
Mr. W. H. McRainey, one of Wild Wild-wood's
wood's Wild-wood's leading industrial citizens,
spent several hours in the city today.
The movie program at the Temple
this afternoon and tonight consists of
several good short subjects. Many
like these better than the features.
Bread is called the "staff of life,"
but one of those 15-cent loaves that
Carter sells looks more like a club.
Dr. Moorman leaves Tuesday for
Orlando, where he will attend the
annual convention of the Florida
Mr. C. E. Thomas has been in town
from his new home in Clearwater this
week. The Star is informed that Mr.
Thomas has sold his house, corner
Orange avenue and South Fifth
street, to Mrs. Geo. E. Thompson.
Mr. N. H. Warnock of Oxford is
among the business visitors in the
city today. He is an attache of the
Sunset crate and lumber mill -at Ox Oxford
ford Oxford and says they have had a most
' The contractor on the union station
and one of his men will be entitled to
free bottled coca-cola, if they will
show this notice at the store of Bit
ting & Co., North Main street, at the
expense of the Ocala Coca-Cola Bot
tling Works. It
Mrs. Newmarrie (sorrowfully, after
the departure of her husband's rich
uncle) It's too bad the dinner was a
failure, dear. Mr. Newmarrie -But It
wasn't a failure, darling. It took at
least a year from uncle's life. New
' Bell Did 1 understand you to say
that the dentist overcharged you? Nell
-r-Yes; he gave me enough gas to inflate
a balloon. Kansas City Journal.
f Light and Dark. y
Tittle She told me she was going
to bleach her hair. Tattle Hows ln-
idlscreet! She really ought to keep It
flark. Philadelphia Record.
' Three can hold their peace if two be
G3 W DIKI
Woman's Home Companion
Smith's Magazine for July
McCIure's Magazine for July
Vogue for July
All the Leading Newspapers and
Cigars, Tobacco arid
GERIG'S NEWS STORE
One Door East of M. & C. Nation National
al National Bank
I AUTO FOR HIRE :
At Your Service Any Hour
DAY or NIGHT
Reasonable Prices Terms Cash
Residence Phone 526
L C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR YV. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
MEETING OF THE
Ocala, Fla., June 14, 1916. -The
Marion County Democratic Ex Executive
ecutive Executive Committee is hereby called to
meeting at the courthouse, Ocala,
Fla., at eleven o'clock a. m., Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, June 24th, 1916, for the purpose
6-16-2t W. T. Gary Chairman.
Believed Them True Stories.
When Dante published his "Inferno"
the simplicity of the age accepted it as
a trne narrative of hU descent into
When the "Utopia" of Sir Thomas
More was first published it occasioned
a pleasant mistake. This political ro
mance represents a perfect but vision
ary republic in an island supposed to
have been newly discovered in Amer
ica. "As this was the age of discov
ery," says Granger, "the learned Bu
daeus and others took it for a genuine
history and considered it as highly ex expedient
pedient expedient that missionaries should be
sent thither in order to convert so wise
a nation to Christianity."
It was a long while after publication
that many readers were convinced that
Gulliver's travels were fictitious.
Long People Are Seldom Fat.
Some persons are born with a nor
mal tendency to become fat, others
with a tendency to leanness. It is the
same among the lower animals. The
hog is a sort of machine for transform
ing the odds and ends of food into fat,
but the farmer knows beforehand that
a little pig with long legs and snout
will work off the fat as fast as it can
be made. So a long legged person sel
dom inclines to obesity.
" Elephant Trumpetings.
An elephant rushing upon an assail
ant trumpets shrilly with fury. Fear is
similarly expressed in a shrill brassy
sound or by a roar from the lungs,
pleasure by a continued low squeaking
through the trunk or an almost inaudi
ble purring sound from the throat.
, Grave Mounds In China.
The Chinese do not use' monuments
for marking graves. The coffin is in
terred about one foot below the Bar Bar-face,
face, Bar-face, and over it a mound is raised. Its
9 ize depending upon the rank of the
family and its feeling toward the de
Putting It Mildly.
"Would you call Uncle Peter a stingy
"Well, no. I'd merely say that he
had all his generous impulses under
perfect control." Boston Transcript
, "My butler left me without any
"xou got on easy. Mine lert me
without any spoons." Baltimore Amer
; Wigg That girl is sure a peach.
Wagg Did you ever see her twin sis
ter? They're a pair. Philadelphia Rec
Obedience is not truly performed by
the body of him whose heart Is dissat
, Charles Lamb In British Museum.'
The British museum reading room
was a favorite resort of Charles Lamb
In the days following his retirement
from the East India House. "I am go
ing through a course of reading at the
museum," he writes to Bernard Barton
In 1826, "the Garrick plays, out of part
of which I formed my 'Specimens.' I
have 2,000 to go through and in a few
weeks have dispatch'd the tythe ol
'em. It Is a sort of office to me; hours
10 to 4, the same. It does me good.
Man must have regular occupation that
has been used to it." Mary Lamb ex
pressed her delight In her brother's
fondness for the museum "as occupy occupying
ing occupying his time and keeping him from hia
walks, which she seemed to think over over-long."
long." over-long." f .. ':
His Modest Position.
"I don't envy the men who manage
the big hotels in the cities." gloomily
said the landlord of the Petunia tav tavern.
ern. tavern. "It is as much as I can do to
make a bluff at keeping the peace be betwixt
twixt betwixt the little bunch of help I've got.
Yesterday one of the two dining room
girls said that the other one's best
feller had two left feet and in less
than no time those two young ladies
had flew to it with ketchup bottles and
so forth. Just imagine the spritely
function there would be in a hotel with
700 employees, all battling with ketch
up bottles!" Judge.
Mr. Briggs Here's an article, dear,
a very interesting article, in which a
prominent doctor says that a certain
cure for nervousness in women is si
lence, complete silence. Mrs. Briggs
(promptly) I'll bet anything some fool
of a man doctor wrote tbat!-Cleve-
land Plain Dealer.
Hard to Get Rid Of.
"Opportunity is said to call once and
return no more."
"I wish importunity followed the
same tactics," declared the man who
had just succeeded in prying himself
loose from a persistent canvasser.
WAR OF "GOLOflELS"
b 'is M .
Real Ones Are Up In Arms Against
Use of Complimentary Ti
tle In That State.
Atlanta, Ga. A new order of things
lias come in Georrfa and with it noM
less startling a radicalism than an at
tempt to restrict the title of "Colonel," j
which for generations has been an in-
BtitUtion. Those Called "Colonel" liffht-
fully have risen In protest against thekflVA n rar A w0 n will
ueaiuuuuu ueiug aiJiiiieu 10 any one
A : a.s i : I
who Is not justly entitled to it, and
men wno nave ueen addressed as
Colonel" unchallenged for many years
are up in arms, against this attoxnpt to
deprive them of their "birthright."
The figlit waxes warm, and the end
la not in sight, for there is no way to
prevent a man being called "Colonel"
if his friends and the admiring public
choose so to' address him. Meanwhile
newspapers are being besieged with
communications from real "colonels
asking that the news staffs use discre discretion
tion discretion in the use of the title. AH the
While "pieces for the paper" .concern
ing pseudo "colonels" reach the ed
It is likely that Georgia has more
colonels" than any other state. In
addition to the real colonels who have
nrvived the civil war and the Spanish
American war and the colonels active
and retired of the national guard and
regular army, it has been the custom
Of governors for time immemorial to
appoint upon entering office a staff of
prominent men in all parts of the state
With the title of "colonel."
SAVED HUSBAND'S LIFE.
Woman Was Going to Have Him Ar
rested, but Changed Her Mind.
Dagsboro, DeL Instead of bringing
an officer to arrest her husband for
beating her, Mrs. John Burton of near
Omar hurried back with a physician
when she learned that during her ab-j
sence he had attempted to commit sui-
Burton and his wife had trouble, and I
ia ine ngni me wue aeciares mat cur-
M i n i x. a mm t I
ton kicked and choked her badly. She
hitched ud the horse and drove to
Dacsboro to have her husband arrested I
when she was ereeted with a call to
the telephone shortly after she had ar-
rived. It was a neighbor to tell her
that Burton had just swallowed a quan-
uty of concentrated lye and was at the
yuiui OI ueaui.
J Pny81c,lan woman
latcu uie uui.se uaa emu uiiiveu ixi
time to save the husband's life.
COURT UPHOLDS MULE.
Kicking Justifiable After Licking, Ken
tucky Tribunal Rules, p
Frankfort, Ky. "The kickingpro-
pensity of a mule is a matter of com
mon knowledge," held the court of
appeals here in reversing a verdict of
$500 damages awarded J. M. Pratt
against the Consolidated Coal com
pany. From the testimony it appeared
that Pratt, an employee of the Com
pany, was kicked by a mule when he
struck the animal with a whip as he
stooped behind it
"The mule would have been untrue
to itself and false to every tradition
of its breed if it had kept its heels on
the ground," said the court, "and an
employee cannot court danger by in
Titlng a mule to kick him and then re
cover for consequent injuries."
FELT SAFE IN JAIL.
Man With $1,000 Applied For Lodging!
at Ballston Spa.
Bollston Spa, N. Y. Undersheriff
James Betts had the surprise of his
life when Peter Turton applied at the
county jail for lodging and handed
over $1,000 and securities for safe
keeping. Turton insisted on staying in
Jail overnight and agreed to be ar
raigned as a prisoner in the police
court in the morning.
Turton said he was afraid to stay
at hotels for fear of being robbed. In
court Magistrate Groat allowed him to
go without exacting a fine from the
'roIH of which Undersheriff Betts was
ANSWER THE ALARM
Ocala People Should Not Delay
If your kidneys are inflamed,
Don't stand around and do nothing.
Like a fire it will soon be beyond
You will get the alarm in time
Backache, or dizziness or disorders
of the urine.
Heed the warning.
Give your kidneys a rest by living
Use Doan's Kidney Pills to help
stamp out the cause.
Proht by an Ocala statement.
J. A. Chandler, proprietor of The
New Grocery, 34 W. Broadway, Ocala,
says: "One of my family had been
having considerable trouble with the
back and kidneys. At one time the
patient was obliged to give up for sev
eral days on account of lameness
across the back. As soon as Doan's
Kidney Pills were taken, these trou troubles
bles troubles were relieved and by continuing
their use, a cure was eventually
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills-the same that
Mr. Chandler recommends. Foster
Milburn Co., Prons. Buffalo. N. Y. 47
A good assortment of glass pitch-
Jers just arrived at The Book Shop. 3t
ATTEND THE GOOD ROADS
CONVENTION AT ORLANDO
The annual meeting of the Central
Florida Highway Association will be
held in Orlando June 22nd. It has
neia m urianao June zznd. it has
been suggested by good roads enthus
lasts that Ocala send a representa
tive delegation to attend the meeting,
Marion is certainly interested in good
roads and should leave no stone un-
turned to romote the building of bet-
- er ana more permanent roaas
The Star will print a list from day
to day of those who will attend the
meeting, together with the available
anfnmnhilA! nfforoA fm- fhn wTin
go and provide transportation for one
or more passengers are:
Dr. E. Van Hood.
Dr. J. Walter Hood.
Judge Wm. E. Smith.
A. C. Cobb.
D. S. Welch.
Dr. C. B. Ayer.
R. F. Rogers.
L. H. Chazal.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Osborne.
O. K. Grocery, by Harvey Clark.
Dr. J. H. Walters.
Dr. E. G. Peek.
Following is the program, to be fol-
jowed at the meeting:
Wednesday, June 21, at the Board of
Trade Rooms in the San
7:30 p. m. Directors meeting.
8:30 p. m. Executive committee
Thursday, June 22, at the Courthouse
10 a. m. Meeting called to order
by M. M. Smith.
Invocation by Rev. Smith Hardin.
Address of welcome by Hon. C. B.
Robinson, upon behalf of the mayor.
Response by T. Ed. Bryan, Tampa.
Reading of minutes.
Report of president and officers.
Report of executive committee.
Report of publicity and publication
committee, W. M, Glenn, Orlando,
Tmrf nf A inMn nnmmtoz
tee, A. F. Wyman, Bradentown, chair-
Report of auto tour committee, J.
Holbrook, Orlando, chairman.
Report of highway beautification
committee, W. M. Glenn, Orlando,
Report of transportation commit-
tee, Forest Lake, Sanford, chairman.
Report of legislative committee, W.
G. Brorein, Tampa, chairman.
Report of special mapped highway
committee, M. M. Smith, Orlando,
Report of inland waterways com
mittee, C. R. Walker, chairman.
Recess for enrollment.
Announcement of election of offi
Nomination of officers.
Reading of proposed resolutions.
Address by W. F. Cooke, state high
WITH YOUR CAR?
Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles is my business.
Honest, efficient service; you pay for
the time put in on your car only. J.
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone
393, Ocala, Fla. 6-9-16-tf
THE VALUE OF ANYTHING
IS ACCORDING TO WHAT
Klssimmee, Fla. "The value of any
medicine is according to what it accom-
Eushes for one in
ad health, and the
value of Dr. Pierce's
ao; tion and Pleasant
Vtfiiwfi!? PpIWs is mnrfi than
4 Willi i Kr. ,'t, an MoaoA-
lngiy run-aown con con-dition,
dition, con-dition, resulting
from chills, fever
and ague. Had very
little ambition for
work or pleasure.
I was so tired that life itself was a burden.
My stomach was deranged, too, and appe appetite
tite appetite gone, and the nerves were in such an
irritable shape that I could not stand any
noise or bad news, even the familiar noises
on our farm would set my nerves quiver
ing; and to make bad matters worse, 1
was in the 'change,' with much of the
serious, unpleasant and uncomfortable
features that occur at ihis precarious
time of a woman's life. The 'Favorite
Prescription' was what I needed and was
what brought the best of changes in my
general health. My liver and bowels were
benefited by using the 'Pellets.'"' Mrs.
J. A. ilxcxs, Hailroad St.
Middle csed v.ciiica about to experi experience
ence experience that dread 3d change of life, should
profit by the experience cf thousands of
noble women who hi gone through
the same period with little cr no pain,
aiisery or di5cen?fcrt.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription k
and has been Tor nearly i) years just
the medicine. It is not a secret pre prescription,
scription, prescription, fcr i3 ingredients are printed
-n the wrapper; -it's a temperance medi medicine;
cine; medicine; a glyceric extract from roots.
Not only does it build up the entire
vstera and make it strong and vigorous
fnouch to withstand the organic distur distur-t
t distur-t ances, but it has a quieting cllect upon
Jie f emiaiae orgnni.' t.x.
You are Now Wearing the Famous
You are paying 50c per Garment
We are sellleg Hiem at
This is a clear saving of
We are also selling the famous
Paris Satin IPad Garter
Another Saving of 32. Figure it Got
SMALL CAR AT A BARGAIN
I have a small car (a "10" Buick)
cut down and in fair condition, for
sale cheap. Cash or very easy pay payments.
ments. payments. R. R. Carroll.
Pitcalrn Island is In latitude 23 de degrees
grees degrees 3 minutes south and longitude
130 degrees G minutes west, or almost
exactly south of Vancouver island, and
just a little south of the tropic of Cap Capricorn.
ricorn. Capricorn. It was first settled in 1790 by
nine mutineers from the English ship
Bounty and eighteen natives of TahltL
By the year 1808, when the island was
discovered by the English, the popula population
tion population had grown to sixty-six persons,
who formed a model community under
the patriarchal government of John
Adams, the only surviving mutineer,
who had saved a Bible from the ship
and was ruling with wisdom and jus justice
tice justice his little kingdom of slightly over
two miles in length. The island now
has over 200 population. Christian
The man who knows not and knows
not he knows not, he U frequent Yon
can't do anything with him.
The man who knows not and knows
he knows not, he will listen to you
with awe. Cultivate him.
The man wbo knows and knows not
he knows, shun bim. lie may wake up
and become wise to you.
The man wbo knows and knows be
knows, be is a bore. Blackball him.
An Unfortunate Omission.
She Before we were married you aL
ways said my voice was like the sweet sweetest
est sweetest music. He I still think so. IIow IIow-ver,
ver, IIow-ver, I omitted to tell you that I never
cared much for music and never cared
at all for much music Richmond
"Married a cooking school graduate,
"Yes. but he's no fool."
"The first household utensil he bought
was a can opener." Birmingham Age-
Stomach Troubles and Constipation
"I will cheerfully say that Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets are the most satis satisfactory
factory satisfactory remedy for stomach troubles
and constipation that I have sold in
thirty-four years' drug store service,"
writes S. H. Murphy, druggist, Wells Wells-burg,
burg, Wells-burg, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere.
Picture framing neatly done on
short notice at The Book Shop. 3t
TT TDT 9
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOI
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
13 POUNDS sugar for $1; thre
cans tomatoes 25 cents; seven pack;
ages Grandma Washing Powder 2
cents; seven cakes Export Soap 2
cents; six cans Carnation "milk 2
cents; sliced meats of all kinds. Th
Counts Grocery. 16-tf
LUii Ladies' hunting case gol
watch, on streets of Ocala in pas
few days. Finder will please returl
T O Tir.T.l. I 1 .1
xj. o. n citu auu receive reward, i
FOR SALE Concrete slabs 5 fe
ouuaic aua oiuaiier. euiuiDie ior Slut
walks, steps, etc. Cheap for casi
Inquire of James Thompson, Florii
House, Ocala, Fla. 12-2t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms ii
light housekeeping; one two or morf
Gas, running water, electric light;
vaii pnone .airs. a. ax. .rerry.
FOR SALE I want to sell one p:
of good sound mules. E. E. McLin.
WANTED A second-hand Fo
touring car; will trade desirable re
estate. Address N. II. Warnock, O
ford, Fla. 6-17-3t.
FOUND A bunch of keys; nine ke
and bottle opener. Owner may ha
same by paying advertising expens
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lerm oegins June iytn and cq
tinues eleven weeks. Rates very re?
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will receive better attention than
larger classes. Have been very si
cessful in this work. Come and
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miles west of Palatka. Address,
J. N. OVERHULTZ, f
Will cure Rheumatism, Ncf
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Sores, Tetter, Ring-Worm,
zema, etc. Antiseptic Anodyr
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