WEATHER FORECAST I
Probably showers tonight and Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. N
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Made by Civilians Aided by Carranza Soldiers
AFFAIR VAS REPORTED TO THE
Washington, June 19- Acting on
telegraphic instructions from Mexico
City, a Mexican embassy official left
a communication at the state depart department
ment department this morning, but no information
of its import was given out. Officials
thought the communication probably
a request for a prompt reply to the
Carranza note .demanding the with withdrawal
drawal withdrawal of American troops from Mex Mexico.
ico. Mexico. A reply will be sent today.
TROUBLE AT MAZATLAN
Washington, June 19. The Mexican
embassy in a communication to the
state department this morning an announced
nounced announced a clash between sailors from
the gunboat Annapolis and Carranza
soldiers at Mazatlan yesterday. The
embassy asked that no men be land
ed from American warships in Mex
ico under present conditions.
ANSWER TO CARRANZA'S NOTE
The embassy seceretary seeking an
engagement for Ambassador Arredon Arredon-do,
do, Arredon-do, was told Lansing was busy and
making no engagements today. It
soon afterward became known ? that
the reply to the Carranza note would
, be sent today. Its understood to in in-inform
inform in-inform Carranza that American
troops won't be withdrawn until Mex Mexicans
icans Mexicans demonstrate they can guard' the
border, from bandits. It reiterates
the United States' position toward
The embassy" brought the 'govern 'government
ment 'government the first news of the Mazatlan
trouble. The Mexican version said a
boat loaded with marines attempt attempted
ed attempted "to land but was warned off until
permission of the military authori authorities
ties authorities could be obtained. The boat re returned
turned returned several hours later with the
JAP FIRED THE FIRST SHOT
During an ensuing argument a
drunken "Japanese fired at the Amer Americans.
icans. Americans. The Americans fired into the
crowd and the Carranza soldiers re returned
turned returned the fire.
AMERICAN OFFICERS HELD
Two American officers are held until
explanations are made.
The communication doesn't mention
the American casualties. Two Mexi Mexican
can Mexican soldiers and one civilan were
Galveston, Tex., June 19. All
Americans have been ordered out of
Yucatan by the government "ari'd a
state of war between the two coun- j
tries declared existent, according to
passengers arriving on the Norwegian
steamer Nils from Progresso. There
is great excitement inV Yucatan.
Americans and other foreigners are
aboard an American gunboat. j
ACCOMPLISHED ITS OBJECT
Brownsville, Texas, June 19. Hav Having
ing Having accomplished its object, the dis dispensing
pensing dispensing of Mexican bandits who Fri Friday
day Friday night raided Texas ranches and I
attacked a detachment of the Twenty Twenty-sixth
sixth Twenty-sixth Infantry east of San Benito,
Texas, and upon promises of the Car-
ranza commander at Matamoros that
he would, run down and punish the
outlaws, the fourth American punitive
expedition to enter Mexico was with withdrawn
drawn withdrawn yesterday. There were no
American casualties. Two bandits
were kiled and two wounded, accord according
ing according to the official report of the fight,
although an unofficial report came
from Matamoros placing the Mexican
dead at two.
MONEY AND HORSE WANTED
Want to borrow ,$275 direct from
private party on smal monthly pay payments.
ments. payments. Also want to buy a cheap
horse and light wagon on easy pay payments.
ments. payments. Rhubarb roots and sweet po
tato roots for sale. Billie Partridge,
Billie's Garden, 612 North Orange
Port of Mazatlan
GOVEBIIMEIIT AT VASHIRGTOfl
Another Tremendous Advantage
Gained by Russians in the
' (Associated Press)
London, June 19. The French re report
port report they repulsed German attacks
north of hill 321 on the Verdun front,
last night. A heavy German bom bombardment
bardment bombardment of Dea,d Man's hill and the
Chattancourt region is going on.
. Paris reports that "a Saloniki dis dispatch
patch dispatch says the word there is hat the
Bulgarians in the Fiorina and Mon Mon-astir
astir Mon-astir regions have begun an advance.
CZAR'S MEN TOOK CZERNOWITZ
r Czernowitz, capital of the Austrian
crown land of Bukowina, is in the
hands of the Russians, and the Aus-
trians who had been possessing it are
m a retreat toward the Carpathian
mountains. Hard fighting took place
in the capture of the Czernowitz
ondgehead and in the passage of the
River Pruth, but when finally the
Russians gained the right bank of
the river the Austrians evacuated the
capital, leaving one thousand prison
ers and some guns in the hands of the
To the north, in Galicia, and Vol-
hynia, the Russians are meeting with
desperate resistance on the part of
A ustro-Hungarians and Germans,
some of the latter of whom are declar
ed by Petrograd to have been brought
j.rom the French front in an endeavor
to aid in stemming the Russian ad
Politics Believed to Have Caused the
' Murder of a Judge of Probate
Hutnsville, Ala., June 18. Two
companies of state militia, one from
Florence and one from Decatur, ar arrived
rived arrived here last night to aid the shefiff.
if necessary, in protecting several per
sons arrested late yesterday in con connection
nection connection with the death of Judgre W.
T. Lawler, of the probate court, whose
body was found near here..
Judge Lawler, who had iust been
renominated to office after a bitter
political fight was last seen on Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday night last. His body was
found in fifteen feet of water weight
ed down with iron. There were two
bullet wounds in the heart and the
skull had been crushed.
HAVE THE MEXICAN
NAVY IN HOCK
Almost Entire War Fleet of Greasers
Tied Up in New Orleans
New" Orleans, June 17. Notwith
standing the critical relations be
tween Mexico and the United States,
the entire Mexican navy with the ex
ception of one transport is in tMs
port,' undergoing, repairs. The fleet
consists of the gunboats Progresso
and Zaragossa and the transport At Atlanta.
According to a dispatch in the
Times-Union from Tallahassee' Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, Catts had 86 plurality over
Knott, with .'only Madison county to
Advertsie in the Star.
' A i
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 19,1916
BY A MEMBER OF THE IX-
CATTS IS 381
OF KNOTT WITH DUVAL, LEE
AND MADISON CO UNTIES TO
" (Special to the Star) v
Tampa, June 19, 1:20 p. m. With
I-uval, Lee and Madison counties not
reported, Catts has 381 lead over
Knott, the secretary of state reports
this morning. Tampa Times.
BANKS PUTTING MOVEMENT
ON A SOLID BASIS
Marion County Pig Clubs will be Aid
ed by Our Moneyed Men
With a view to introducing better
methods of hog raising and better
breeds of hogs, with the ultimate ob
ject of bringing about the raising of
one breed and standardizing it, a
boy's pig club is to be started in Mar Marion
ion Marion county under the direction of R.
W. Blacklock, demonstration agent,
and the banks of thq -county have
agreed to set aside $1,075 for the pur purpose,
pose, purpose, prorating this amount according
to .their assets. ," ; ; -- v
To be eligible for membership in
the pig club a boy must be a member
of the Boy's Corn Club in good stand
ing. It is thought that about 35 boys
will undertake pig raising. The breed
of hog to be used has not yet been
decided on. A registered bred gilt
will be bought and sold at cost to
each boy, who will be required to give
his notes. He will be given 12 months
in which to pay for the gilt, and will
be charged 6 per cent interest.
Each pig club boy will be required
to exhibit at the county fair,- and
will have a special space, and in con connection
nection connection with the boy's pigs the county
demonstration agent will arrange a
general propaganda exhibit.
The following rules have been
agreed on for the club:
1. To be eligible for membership
in the Banker's Pig Club a boy must
be a member of the Marion County
Corn Club in good standing.
2. The member must; agree to
care for the pig under the direction
of the county agent and if he fails to
do so or neglects the p"g so as to im impair
pair impair its value to deliver same over to
county agent upon the return of his
3. The member must care for his
pig in person and must keep a record
of his work.
4. The member is to exhibit his
pig at the county fair.
5. The member is to be sold his
pig at actual cost and is to give his
personal note without any endorse endorsement.
ment. endorsement. He is to be given twelve
months in which to pay and will be
charged 6 per cent from time of re receiving
ceiving receiving the pig.
The prohibitionists of Florida will
hold ; their state convention in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville tomorrow. The convention
will be presided over by John R. Cof Coffin
fin Coffin of Eustis, chairman of the state
executive committee. The convention
will probably nominate a state ticket
and elect delegates to the national
convention, which will meet in Minne Minneapolis
apolis Minneapolis July 18-23.
ON THE INCREASE
Postal Telegraph company has
opened an office in Leesburg.
The well-known St. Johns river
steamer Harry Lee, is to go to Mobile,
to be put on a run out of that city.
rut ru b hl
TO AVOID ANY li
Columbus, N. M., June 19. General
Pershing is taking every precaution
to prevent any trivial incident precip precipitating
itating precipitating a clash with Carranza! troops.
Reports from the field say that de detachments
tachments detachments near the Carranza camp
have been withdrawn." Scouting
patrols have been instructed to be ex
tremely cautious. Communication
lines are being watched J closely
NO RAIDS TODAY
San Antonio; June 19. It is indi
cated at army headquarters that the
New York, Illinois and Pennsylvania
militia will be the first regiments
No border raids are reported to
day. American officials are extreme extremely
ly extremely cautious.
TO USE MILITIA ANYWHERE
Washington, June 19. A resolution
was prepared for presentation to Con
gress today, making effective at once
the militia draft provision in the army
bill. Under this the militia can be
used anywhere. :
PREPARING FOR A DASH
Columbus, June 19. General Per
shing is said to be quietly preparing
plans for a quick dash north and east
at the first sign of hostility. It is
believed the first plan he will carry
out will be the capture of the Mexican
MORE TROUBLE FOR r""f
A telegram this morning from Dr.
Montgomery of Micanopy to one of
his friends in this city said that the
doctor was in jail in Gainesville,
where he had been placed by the sher
iff of Alachua county without any
warrant. The friend was requested
to go to Gainesville and help bail the
doctor out. It added that he was
shot at while sitting on his piazza
yesterday evening, that shot going too
high, i v-;
An Ocala chauffeur who was in
Micanopy this morning said Dr. Mont
gomery's office there was vacant and
ocked up, but shot full of holes.
It has been understood for some
tice that a couple of Alachua county
men are after Dr. Montgomery with
guns. If Sheriff Ramsey locked
Montgomery up, it was probably with
the desire of saving his life.
At His Mother's Request
A telephone message from Gaines
ville this afternoon gave the informa information
tion information that Dr. Montgomery had been
ocked up in the jail in that city at
the request of his mother. It appears
that Dr. Montgomery's mother refus
ed him a sum of money, and he
threatened to choke her to death, and
for this reason she asked that he be
EXPECTING AN INVASION
Mexicans Tore Up Railroad Tracks
on Bridge from Brownsville
Brownsville, Tex., June 18. Mex-
?cans operating from the southern
side of the river "destroyed all rMl-
road tracks on the international bridge
here last night, effectually blocking all
traffic except to pedestrians. Fear
that troop trains might be sent over
he bridge from the United States
caused this action.
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, at Gerig's. tf.
OCALA STAR VOTING
THIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR FIVE
VOTES IN LIBRARY CONTEST CONTEST-VOTED
VOTED CONTEST-VOTED FOR
Cut out, fill Lj name of church lodge, school or, other organization
you wish to vote for, and deposit in bailed box at THE COURT
The official judges of the contest are Messrs. Geo'ge Pasteur, Her Herbert
bert Herbert Lattner and Ed. C. Bennett.
T WITH HEX-
Boys in Khaki Called to Join Uncle
Sam's Regulars on the
A little before 8 o'clock Sunday
night, a- Western Union messenger
boy came into the Star office with an
Associated Press telegram, announc
ing that the National Guard of all
the states had been called out for
duty on the Mexican border.
The Star at once notified all the of
ficers and members of the Ocala
Rifles who could be reached by phone,
and judging i by the remarks they
made on receiving the news they
were ready and willing to go.
Captain Edward Drake said this
morning that his company, if called,
would be ready to move immediately
that transportation and several other
matters are attended to. V
The enlisted strength of the
Rifles is at present 63 men, with 65
the number of men required for
mustering into the, federal service.
There are four men on the waiting
list No difficulty will be, experienc experienced,
ed, experienced, therefore, in enlisting the 65. In
the event that the company is called,
R. L. Marsh, second lieutenant, will
remain at headquarters here to re recruit
cruit recruit up to the full war strength, and
he will join the company at what whatever
ever whatever point it happens to be.
There has been some talk of a
"home guard" to take the place of
the Rifles. Any civilian can organize
such a body of men, and apply for en enrollment
rollment enrollment as state militia.
At 10:38- o'clock Captain Fred
Weihe, commanding this post of the
National Guard of Florida, received a
telegram from Adjutant General J.
Clifford R. Foster, giving instructions
to hold the Rifles in readiness for call
into federal service and to recruit to
full war strength of 150 men. Captain
Weihe immediately acknowledged the
message, and told a representative of
the Star that the members of his
company would immediately be com communicated
municated communicated with. All equipment will
be held at the armory in order that
the men may be made, ready to move
at a moment's notice.
The telegram from the adjutant
"You will hold your command in
readiness for call into federal service.
Detailed instructions will fojlow. Con
sult paragraphs 450 to 463 inclusive
U. S. army regulations, and state
general order No. 43, series 1911.
Recruiting officers designated under
the latter order may at once com
mence to enroll to war strength, but
no enlistments or re-enlistments will
be made until receipt of new enlist enlistment
ment enlistment forms, which go forward by
The roster of the Rifles as at pres
ent enlisted is as follows:
Captain F. E. Weihe, post com
mander; Captain Edward Drake;
irst Lieut. H. C. Campbell; Second
Lieut. R. L. Marsh: Sergeants J. E.
Leitner, J. B. Gates, W. A. Altman;
Corporals C. A. Blalock R. V. W.
Vandervoort, H. D. Mcintosh, H. E.
Crumpton; Musicians A. M. Davis, W.
L. Williams; Privates, W. R. Atkin Atkinson,
son, Atkinson, A. E. Abshire, N. G. Albritton,
E- C. Anthony, D. D. Balliet, M. Bow-
Entire Force of National Guard
INTENDED TO DEFEND BORDER
1NG INVASION TO
Washington, June 19. The mobili
zation of the militia is in full swing
today throughout the nation. It will
require from twenty-four hours to a
week to assemble the troops at the
different concentration camps.
FLORIDA AT JACKSONVILLE
Throughout the South adjutant
generals, who are commanding offi officers
cers officers of state troops, issued orders to today.
day. today. General J. Clifford R. Foster
this morning prepared to mobilize a
regiment of National Guard of Flor
ida at Jacksonville.
GEORGIA AT MACON
Three thousand Georgia guardsmen
have received instructions to repart
at their armories at 8 o'clock tomor
row, and prepare, to proceed to Macon.
The Alabama, Louisiana and Missis
sippi troops will organize tomorrow.
The North Carolina and Virginia
troops are gathering today, but those
of Tennessee, South Carolina and
other states will require several days
to get together. Fifteen thousand
New York guardsmen are assembling
this morning. The units -as completed
will be sent to Beckman camp.
The New England states are ac
tive and on the Pacific coast approxi
mately nine thousand troops from
California, Oregon, "Washington, Mon
tana and Idaho are expected to be
ready for service within, forty-eight
man, G. Bradford, H. Bradford, D. M.
Brown, G. A. Brown, W. Caruthers,
C. Cauthen, H. F- B. Cook, R. E. L.
Curtis, W. G. Davis, C. W. Effinger,
.1. E. Ellison, H. P. Fife, R. Griggs, E.
L Grantham, J. C. Harp, R. L. Hilton,
R. Hogan, W. T. Hood, G. H. Howell,
J. R. Hurst, R. Hurst, H. D. Knight,
A. W. Keefe, L B. McGahagin, W. E.
McKay, A. McQuaig, O. K. McQuaig,
A. F. MelinS. B. Parketon, A.'W.
Parramore, E. C. Perry, M. R. Pur
vis,. B. McRainey, R. A. Raines, M.
C. Roberts, J. F. Robbinson, E. Small,
M. R. Sims, J. W. Stevens, M. Tok Tok-leski,
leski, Tok-leski, L. L. Usry, G. H. Wenzel, G. J.
Williams, C. G. Woods, J. R. Thomp
son; Cooks B. Roberts, L. Potter.
The enlistment forms spoken of in
the telegram received by Captain
Weihe from Adjutant General Foster
did not arrive on the Seaboard mail
at 12:40, but will probably arrive on
a later train this afternoon.
When the morning papers from
Tampa and Jacksonville reached the
city it was noted that President Wil Wilson's
son's Wilson's call was for the peace strength,
with Florida's quota one regiment.
The message from Adjutant General
Foster gave instructions for recruit recruiting
ing recruiting the Rifles to war strength.
THE STAR TOLD THE3I
A few minutes after the dispatch
came Sunday night, telling that the
national guard had been called out,
and the Star had passed the word to
those most interested, the news per percolated
colated percolated out in town, and for the next
hour the Star's phone was kept busy
answering calls from people who
wanted the news. It's some advantage
to a town to have a paper carrying
Associated Press dispatches in it.
Pure drugs, prompt service and no
substitution in our PRESCRIPTION
department. Tell your physician to
leave yours with us. The Court
People are learning that 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.
VOL. 22, NO. 148
AGIST MEXICAN RAIDS, LEAV-
THE BAD ARMY
America Demands Apology and Rep Reparation
aration Reparation for Attack on the
Washington, June 19. The second
note to Austria-Hungary, regarding
the Austrian submarine attack on the
American tanker Petrolite is being
prepared at the state department for
immediate transmission to Vienna. It
is understood to demand an apology
AGAIN BASEBALL LOOMS UP
The members of the Ocala baseball
team, Jupiter Pluvius permitting,
will resume "practice this afternoon.
Games with Palatka and Gainesville
are expected in the near future.
CONFIDENT THAT W AR
IS NEAR ITS CLOSE
Jacksonville Metropolis, 18th: The
war among the nations of Europe is
nearing a close, according to the idea
of R. F. C. Waldron, representative of
James Nelson & Sons, Ltd., of Lon London,
don, London, England;- who arrived in the city
yesterday from New Orleans, where
he has been for several weeks investi investigating
gating investigating the shipping facilities in that
WOODMEN MEMORIAL SERVICE
In spite of the inclement weather
a few members of Fort King camp,
W. O. W., gathered at the camp hall
yesterday afternoon to pay tribute to
their departed brethren. Owing to
the absence of the speaker of the oc
casion, Judge J. G. Ferguson made
the small assemblage a short, but in interesting
teresting interesting and appropriate address.
after which a committee appointed
for the purpose proceeded to the cem-
etery and distributed the floral offer offerings
ings offerings that had been brought to the
ONLY A FEW HOURS AHEAD
The appearance of the members of
the Wooamen degree team, in their
neat khaki suits, on the street Sun
day afternoon, gave rise to the re report
port report that the Rifles had been ordered
out to go to the border. As events
proved, the rumor was only a little
ahead of time.
The supreme court has adjourned
for its summer vacation and it is re reported
ported reported from Washington that the
place made vacant by the resignation
oi nugnes win not be filled before
BIG CHECKER BOARD
An Ocala checker fiend, wearying
of the conventional game, has built
him a checker board a foot square,
with 144 squares, requiring twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four men to each side for a game. He
lays after playing a 'few games on it
that the old style seem3 cramped.
and rejoices in the new combinations
the increased number of men and
squares allow. ;
Stomach Troubles and Constipation
"I will cheerfullv sar rtat rn,-,
berlam s Tablets ta tto mn
- uivb 9&UO
factory remedy for stomach troubles
an1 st cr,f'r'k4-T.-v 4 V T
vvhouuuu x nave soxu m
thirty-four years' drug store service,"
writes t ii. luurpny, druggist, VVells VVells-burg,
burg, VVells-burg, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere.
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A CURSE IN DISGUISE MARION SHOULD JOIN
LAKE'S MOTORCADE I
The Tampa Tribune rises to remarl
that the communities where Con-j A big bunch of good roads boost-
gressman Sparkman had postmasters ers in autos will leave Leesburg on
appointed mostly went against him. the morning of June 28 and motor
Now, let us see. He recommended, J along the Dixie Highway to Chicago.
we believe, the appointment of every This shows lots of snap and vim on
postmaster in his district, and we the part of our sister city. We pre-
think if the Trib. will look the mat- sume the Lake county people would
ter up it will find that a fair propor- not object to Marionites joining the
tion of the communities voted for procession.
A BATH LESS AGE.
Always is the time to advertise. ;
Austria's offensive in Italy seems
to have ceased to offend.
After a careful, study of the Jut
land battle, Admiral Dewey declares
it was a draw.
People who say oil and water
won't mix forget that John D. Rocke Rockefeller
feller Rockefeller is a Baptist.
Two weeks since the German "vic "victory"
tory" "victory" off Jutland, and the British
blockade is not broken.
Dr. Waite, in the death house at
Sing Sing, is writing poetry. It is
better poetry than most free men can
write. : : S' '-.
A lot of disgruntled democrats are
trying to blame the results of their
own blankfoolishness on the primary
Bees made money but Cupid makes
Either i3 liable to cause a man to
A blue-eyed girl with one of those
red and white stripe dresses on is
the prettiest example of the national
' colors a man can see.
reason for opposing or favoring a COUNTRY FOLK ARE CAREFUL
congressman, anyhow. Postmaster-
have resigned to make the race for ships have made the victory of 1912 a One good thing, among others,
commissioner, but the people of 'Leon J curse in disguise to Florida demo- about the primary is that it gives the
insisted that he hold one office until crats. It is the Stars opinion that little country precincts a fair show.
he. was sure of the other a compli- the appointment of postal officials These precincts poll only a few
ment as unusual as deserved. j should be taken out of the hands of votes apiece, but the people are more
presidents, senators and congress- careful and conscientious "about how
Senator Nathan P, Bryan was elect-1 men. Every man in the postoffice de- they cast their ballots than the aver-
ed president of the Florida Bar As- J paxtment, from the postmaster, gen- age town precinct.
sociation at the meeting of the asso- eral to the carriers should have to
ciation at Atlantic Beach Saturday, work his way up by the rules of the SWISS FLAG ON THE SEA
Religious intolerance does not prevail civil service.
among the lawyers of the state. Mr. The navy is a joke no longer. Since!
A. Burford of Ocala is a member ON A KNIFE EDGE the war begun it has been found that
of the executive council of the asso- the republic of Switzerland maintains
ciation. The Mexican situation is on a knife a numoer pi small Dut emcient armea
edo-e. President Wilson has eertainlv motor boats on the lakes of that
Looks to the Star like our people tried to do the fair thing by Mexico, country, and now a trans-Atlantic
take more money out of the state to the Mexicans insist on a war, they steamer is flying the Swiss filag.
spend in northern summer resorts will have 1846-47 over again, only on France has loaned docking facilities
than tourists bring to Florida in win- a larger scale. at Cette, a Mediterranean port, to a
And us with the most and finest Swiss company, and it has chartered
beaches and bathing in the world, DESTINY a freight steamer which will make
oo. I regular trips between Cette and New
Tf that Russian drive is not soon
checked, the Germans will have to
evacuate the Baltic provinces and go
to the aid of their Austrian allies.
The bunch that used Billyparker to
-win votes for them by stirring up re
ligious prejudice before the primary,
are already beginning to v repudiate
The Jacksonville Artisan pertinent
ly remarks about those who are re-
rponsible for the war in Europe
"'They started something they can't
Hearst's American, speaking of the
attitude of pork barrel patriots to
ward preparedness, correctly says
they starve the watchdog to feed the
Every time the administration re
fuses ; to withdraw our troops from
Mexico, the somewhat bent and
droopy American flagstaff stiffens up
We have made a great country out York.
For a Thousand Years the People o
Europe Went Unwashed.
When Egypt, Greece and Rome wen
at the height of their ancient powei
their citizens made bathing a socia
function, a municipal duty and a re
ligious observance. The public bathi
of these nations were magnificent ar
chitecturally and important as centers
of hygienic and municipal sentiment.
With the decadence of these conn
tries the world seems to have revertec
to a period of mental sloth and physi
cal uncleanliness. As an authority on
the matter puts it:
"For 1,000 years there was not a
man or woman in Europe that evei
took a bath, if the historian of thest
times, Michelet, Is to be believed. Th
ancient love of the bath seemed tc
have disappeared from off the land, j
"There was no Greece or Rome ti
hold up the ensign of cleanliness to the
nations of Europe. Small wonder thai
the people of the continent became
physical decadents, as Indeed thej
were in spite of tradition to the con
"It is not strange that there came
the awful epidemics that cut off one one-fourth
fourth one-fourth of the population of Europe
the spotted plague, the black death
the sweating sickness and the terrlblt
mental epidemics that followed In theii
train the dancing mania, he mewing
mania and the biting mania.
"The bath was banished and filth
was almost dclSed. Indeed, it was
then thought that the sanctlfication ol
the body was only accomplished when
that body was indescribably dirty."
sa iifl re
CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.
The Star is glad to learn that Guy! of the territory which, in spite of the
Metcalf has been nominated for J mollycoddles of seventy years ago, we
superintendent of schools for Palm took from Mexico in 1848. We will
Beach county. It is an office he will! make a great country out of the ter-
fill with honor and his political en- ritory which, in spite of the molly-
KNEEDED IN KNOXVILLE THE MOUSE IN THE CREAM.
Dr. Len G. Broughton, once one of
the best-known preachers of Atlanta,
emies won't be able to shenanigan coddles of today, we are going -to but who has been for the last few
him out of it. take in Mexico before this world is years lighting the devil in Knoxville,
many years older. has declined a recall to the Gate City.
Ernest Amos seems to have beaten
all his opponents for controller.
While-Mr. Thagard was our choice,
we are well pleased with Amos, who,
VOX POPULI, ETC.
Catts says that if he is elected gov-
The Seaboard Air Line will make a
we believe, will fill the office of con- ernor he will carry out the will of the Sood Kit with the tourists by calling
f roller as well as he has the other of- people as expressed in the primary us ia,mous ast iram ims Qlvlsltm
toward appointive offices. Catts says, ine.uionaian, dux me peopie aiong
fices he has held.
"The voice of the people, is the .voice
the line will call it "the limited" for
It is predicted that Roosevelt will of God." The Star would hate to ir-e next generation.
support Hughes, and Hughes, if think God talked as silly as the peo-
elected, will annoint Roosevelt either nle sometimes do. SEND IN YOUR NAMES
secretary of state or secretary of
war. In that case, Hughes and Roose- MAKING A MISTAKE Looks like we are going to have a
velt would soon split, as did Harrison good delegation at Orlando, after all.
and Blaine, Wilson and Bryan. We think our friend Ion Farris is Room for several more on the list,
making a mistake in contesting the j though.
Glory be! we had a pleasant, rest-J nomination of Catts. As a governor,
ful time Sunday afternoon. Our idea we would prefer Farris to Catts..But AUSTRIA'S DISADVANTAGE
of a restful time is setting at a big I we don't thing Farris received enough
table reading exchanges with one votes to justify him in contesting.
hand and writing punk paragraphs
with the other. The paragraphs are FORD WAS FOURTH
also restful to those who read them.
Perused before going to bed, they will Mr. Royal C. Dunn seems to have fag ends of the polyglot empire fur-
put the peruser to sleep as sure as I been safely renominated for railroad nish a very, inferior class of soldiers.
commissioner, tie nas about ouuu ihey were not able to stana beiore
more votes than his closest compe- the Russians at the beginning of the
titor, Mn Wells. Bryan is less than .war, and they are failing to do so
400 votes behind Wells. Ford was again.
not like Frank Adams'. Ford- He was
last in the race.
The Austrian soldiers, like the
Austrian people, seem to be as good
as the best, and the better class of
Hungarians are also good. But the
Being a Story of a Pound of Butter,
Which Points a Moral.
Some years ago when Thomas L.
Calvert, chief Inspector of the Ohlc
dairy and food department, was run
ning a- general store in a country
town, a woman came into the store
with a small quantity of butter which
she wanted to selL
"We made this for our own use,
but we found that a mouse had run
through the cream, so we decided to
sell lt,'Vshe said. "You know, It will
make no difference just so the person
who eats the butter does not know
that the mouse was In the cream," she
Mr. Calvert bought the butter, pad
died it Into a different shape and put
It away in a cool place In the rear ol
the store. Two days later the woman
came back to the store to buy some
butter. Mr. Calvert sold her the but
ter he had bought from her. He had
bought it for that very reason, Intend
lng to teach the woman a lesson. The
next time the woman came to the
store she told Mr. Calvert that the
butter ho had sold her was of fine
quality and she asked where he got it
'It was what you sold me; you
know you said that It would make nc
difference if no one knew that the
mouse ran through the cream,. Mr.
Calvert said. Columbus Dispatch.
The New York Herald (independ (independent)
ent) (independent) congratulates Mr. Wilson on his
nomination by acclamation and says
his recent firmness increases his pros prospects
pects prospects of election.
Frank Clark Jr. is treading in the
footsteps of hi3 father. He will help
represent Alachua county in the next
legislature, having been nominated in
the recent primary.
Dr. UcClane. says he will be one
man in 100 to give $10 each toward a
swimming pool for the boys of Ocala.
The Star will be another. That
leaves, only 98. Who next?
Sunday's Times-Union is always a
great big paper, with something for
everybody in it. Sometimes, with
forty other papers waiting to be
looked over, we wish it wasn't so big.
Madeline Force Astor, John Jacob
Astor's widow, in giving ; up an im immense
mense immense fortune in order to marry Wilr
liam K. Dick, proves there is a little
bit of true love left in the old world
' yet. V"v
Of course, the 'Jacksonville papers
want the primary abolished. The re
cent primary was a rude jolt to Jack
ronville. Her politicians think they
would have more influence in a con
P. L. Billihgsley
Of course it is a man's own busi
ness if he choses to half disfranchise
himself, but if we are to keep the Bry
an primary law why not amend it so
is tothrow away a man's ballot if he
refuses or neglects to vote a second
I choice? Pensacola News.
Seems to the Star like a good sug
A GREAT SCHOOL
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.
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
in.; arrives Tampa
It is literally true as you .have
probably discovered in your own
locality that the owners of the
car are its most enthusiastic salesmen.
The Miami Herald pays a deserved
tribute to the Florida College for
Women at Tallahassee. This school m- Ocala 4:dU p
(is one of the best of its' sort in any : 50 p.;m-'
I 4 M 1 1 I I I ll.'Jfl wt
state- Tt is the snecial nride of Mr. inu. x leaves laisuuvuie j7.ou y,
Ed. L. Wartmann of Citra. a member m-J Ocala 1.45 a. m.; arrives St. Pe
of the state board, and a constant tersburg 10 a. m.
worker for education.
SMART AND SO
Florida was settled in the seven
teenth century and has been unset
tled ever since.- Tallahassee Record.
The foregoing was the smartest
thing said in the" state press all last
A TARTAR NAPOLEON
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 8:05 p. in.
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. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
When a man his figured anything
out to his own complete satisfaction,
he doesn't like to have some fellow
come along with an absurd but con convincing
vincing convincing argument and make him alter
The Tampa Times wants the state
divided, and the Pensacola News sec seconds
onds seconds the motion. It's the Star's opin opinion
ion opinion that if Florida was divided at the
Suwannee river, both sections would
be better off.
The sympathy of the public gen generally
erally generally is with the railroad employes
in their contest for shorter working
hours and more pay. They have hard
work and great responsibility and
deserve to be well paid.
Write your communications plainly.
The days when editors and printers
put in 40 per cent of their time
straightening out tangled copy have
gone forever. A half -illegible scrawl
goes in the wastebasket.
State Senator Wells of Leon was
beaten for railroad commissioner, but
Marion county people will be glad to
know that he will remain in the sen
ate. He was our friend when the at attempt
tempt attempt was made to carve up the
county at the last session. He would
Dodge Brothers dealers frankly
admit that their task has been
made easy for them by the per performance
formance performance of the car and the
things owners have said about it.
. Brusiloff, the Russian commander
who is outgeneraling the Austrians in
Galicia, is 64 years of age and learned
to fight in the Russo-Turkish war of
11877. His face plainly shows his Mon
PERKINS MAY BE PACIFIED
Geo. W. Perkins, angel of the pro
gressive party, .is hopeful of the
"restoration of good feeling between
the bull moose and the G. O. P." Per
kins has too "much money to stay out
of the republican party permanently.
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)
PEOPLED BY POLITICIANS ?
A district near Miami rejoices in
the name of Humbuggus.
The Pensacola News has establish
ed the custom of publishing a crop
improvement edition every year,
Judging by the last, which was print-
led the 15th, crops must be mighty
jgood in old Escambia this year.
Mark the Star's word if we have
var with Mexico, the very people
who were finding fault with Wilson a
few months ago for not "starting
somethin er" then, will say he has
started it now for political effect.
OCALA AUTO CO.
Mrs. Minnie Moore Willson of Kis
simmee is bravely carrying on her
fight for a 100,000-acre reservation
in the Everglades for the Seminoles
and every right-thinking person in
Florida should aid her to obtain it.
The Story of a Famous Hymn.
The famous hymn beginning "God
moves in a mysterious way," known
as "Cowper s iiymn, naa its origin as
follows : .Co wper wa' all his life the
victim of melancholia and more than
once attempted suicide. One day, bent
upon destroying himself, he got Into
a cab and ordered the driver to take
him to a certain point on the river
where he intended to drown himself.
The cabman, noticing his strange ap-'
pearance and feeling that all might not
be right with him, drove him about the
city and finally stopped In front of the
poet's door. Stepping out and recog recognizing
nizing recognizing the old familiar surroundings
and shocked at the thought of Ills nar
row escape, Cowper exclaimed, "God
moves in a mysterious way his won
ders to perform," and, rushing In,
immediately composed the Immortal
The Louvre dates away back to the
reign of Dagobert In C28. In 1204 it
was a prison and In 1304 was made
Into a library. The new building was
begun by Francis I. in 1528 and en
larged and adorned by successive
kings, principally by Louis XIV. But
It was Napoleon L who gave the
Louvre Its real glory. Turning it Into
a museum, iapoieon aepositea in it
the finest collection of paintings, stat
ues and art treasures known In the
world. The magnificent buildings of
the new Louvre were begun by Napo
leon I. and completed by Napoleon III.
Maybe You Know
The man who always asks, "What
day's today?" "What time Is it?" when
thorn i3 a rlrwlr nn tho wnll oa. a n
OF THE CITY COUNCIL tnll moon with a calendar under It
And who never, never, never has a
D. W. Tompkins, chair- match.
And who always borrows your pen-
man; G. A. Nash, W. A. Knight.
Cemetery J. T. Moore, chairman; ell and takes it away
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.
Meff ert, G, A. Nash.
And who never looks up anything he
wants to know, but comes to you at
your busiest hour and asks you. Rich Richmond
mond Richmond Times-Dispatch.
There Is eloquence In the tongueless
wind and a melodv In the flowing
Police W. A. Knight, chairman; G. brooks and the rustling of the reeds
A. Nash, H, M. Weathers. beside them which, by their Inconcelv-
Market H. M. Weathers, chair- able relation to something within the
man: J. M. Meff ert, J. J; Gerig. soul, awaken the spirits to a dance of
Sanitary H. A. Fausett, chairman; breathless rapture. bhel by.
D. W. Tompkins, J. T, Moore.
Buildine H. M. Weathers, chair
man; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.
Light and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Maf-
Advertsie in the Star.
"Why did you give up your last posi
"I didn't give it up, sir. I was fired."
"Oh. in that case take off your hat
and coat and go to work. We can use
a man as honest as you." Detroit
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Ask your doctor to leave your pre prescriptions
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The secretary of the Commercial
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will call at his office (the John Dozier
Co.) and get their membership cards
renewed, as all cards expire June 15.
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"In a Bottle-ThrougK a Straw" 1 ha y
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Our customers are our best friends, because
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Miss Atkinson Returns
Miss Annie Atkinson will return to today
day today to her home in Ocala. She has
been the guest for a fortnight of
Misse3 Edna and Emma Nelson and
Miss Minnie Stovall and during this
time a number of charming little af affairs
fairs affairs have been given for her. One
of the prettiest was the bridge lunch luncheon,
eon, luncheon, given Thursday by Mrs. W. H.
Jackson. There were three tables of
players to enjoy the morning.
Miss Atkinson's marriage to Dr. A.
J. Beck of Fort Lauderdale will be
an event of interest both in her home
town and Tampa. It will be solemniz solemnized
ed solemnized July 12. Miss Atkinson's Tampa
friends who will take part will be
Misses Emma and Edna Nelson,
bride's maids, and Mr. Harry Palmer,
groomsman, and Mrs. W. H. Jackson
will sing. Tampa Tribune.
Miss Atkinson reached home Sun Sunday
day Sunday noon. Her- friends will make the
most of her in the few weeks that re remain
main remain before she leaves them for her
new home by the waters of the Indian
A merry party of congenial friends
met last evening with Miss Hazel
Feltham, and spent the -evening with
dancing. During an intermission in
the merry-making the hostess served
home-made cake, ; lemonade and iced
watermelon. St. Petersburg 'Inde 'Independent.
pendent. 'Independent. Miss Feltham is an ex-Ocala girl,
still pleasantly remembered by her
Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Dekle and their
little daughter Frances, leave tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow in their machine for Thomas Thomas-ville,
ville, Thomas-ville, Ga. Mr. Dekle will return-in a
fortnight, but Mrs. Dekle and little
daughter will be away most of the
summer. Tampa Tribune.
Dr? R. T. Weaver,, county demon demonstrator
strator demonstrator for Pasco county, spent the
week-end with his family here.
'.r'Z'Z'-- '. '.
Mr. W. M. Martin arrived home
Sunday afternoon from Atlanta,
where he has been in attendance on
the Georgia Technological Institute.
Miss Thelma Merck of Eustis, who
has been the guest of Tier aunt, Mrs.
B, II. Seymour, has returned home.
Misses Mary and Ethel Seymour
have been for the past week guests
of friends in Lakeland, and have at attended
tended attended several delightful affairs in
that city. Miss Mary ; is expected
home this week, and Miss Ethel will
return to her position in Jacksonville.
Misses Kathleen and Mary Dette-
rich are visiting friends at Weirs-
. ... .....
This being Master William Collier's
eleventh birthday, his grandmother,
Mrs. E. Van Hood, and his aunt, Miss
Marguerite Porter, gave him a most
enjoyable little picnic party at Lake
Teams for Rent Light and Heavy Hauling Moving, Packing
Lou Ellis for the past week, left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Gainesville, where she will
remain- until next Sunday with
friends. Miss Robinson will return to
Ocala on her way home and again be
Miss Ellis' guest for a week.
Parties for Miss Robinson
Miss. Fannie Robinson of Ocala,
who i3 the guest of Mrs. Sam Hud Hud-gins,
gins, Hud-gins, was complimented Thursday
with a charming luncheon and bridge
game at the country club. This was
regular ladies' day at the club and all
present had a most delightful time.
Yesterday afternoon Miss Robinson
was complimented with a charming
informal bridge party which Miss
Mary Louise Knight gave at her
home on Hyde Park avenue. The top
score prize was won by Mrs. J. B.
Moody, and she received a pretty
fancy comb. The honoree was given
a string of beautiful blue beads.
Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Stokes are the
happy parents of a little daughter
who arrived at their home on East
Adams street at 7 o'clock this morn morning.
ing. morning. Miss Miriam Pasteur left this
morning to attend the summer term
of the University of Virginia at
Charlottesville. Miss Sidney Cullen
Miss Cevie Roberts, who is attend attending
ing attending the Gainesville normal school,
spent Sunday with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. V. Roberts. She is de delighted
lighted delighted with the summer normal
school and has fallen in love with the
Tomorrow afternoon," from 4 till
5:30, the members of the Woman's
Club will give at the clubhouse a mis miscellaneous
cellaneous miscellaneous shower to Miss Annie At Atkinson.
kinson. Atkinson. Miss Atkinson was for some
years secretary of the club, and the
members will take the greatest pleas pleasure
ure pleasure in rendering to her this testimony
The many friends 'of Miss Lucy
Thagard will be glad to know that she
is up again after her recent illness.
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
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.
Carter's Butternut Bread i i made
of pure flour, sugar, yeast, malt,
milk, lard and salt; it is made and
wrapped ; by machinery and baked
with steam. 20-tf
Mrs. H. M. Hampton and children
eft yesterday, for their summer visit
o the mountains of North Carolina.
Mr. Hampton accompanied them as
ar as Jacksonville.
The regular monthly social of the
Presbyterian church will be held this
afternoon from 4:30 to 6:30, at the
home of Mrs. W. M. McDowell. .These'
meetings are among the most pleas
ant social aff airs in the city.
Miss Mildred Crosby and her
brother, ; J. W. Jr., though born a year
apart, have the somewhat unusual
privilege of being able to use the
same birthday, and utilized it Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon by entertaining a num
ber of their young friends Tat the home
of their parents; Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Crosby. Rain kept the hostess, host
and guests in doors, but they had a
very pleasant time, for all that, with
games and refreshments, which were
served by Mrs. Crosby and Miss
Ethel, aided by Misses Martha Kate
Rentz and Tommie Standley. Miss
Mildred and her brother received sev several
eral several pretty gifts and many good
Mr. W. L. Rogers and family re
turned to their home in Suwanee
county today after spending some
days with Mr. Rogers' father, Colonel
R. .F. Rogers. They made the trip in
their auto, and report the roads be
tween Ocala and Welborn in good
Mrs. A.-F. Joyner and children left
yesterday to join Mr. Joyner in Jack
sonville. Mrs. Joyner is a charming
and accomplished lady, and she and
her two pretty children will be much
missed by their Ocala friends.
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cullen and son,
Spencer, have returned from their
visit to North Carolina.
Mrs. T. C. Luckie will return to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow from a visit to her mother,
Mrs. F. E. Sheppard, in Daytona."
Mrs. W. T. Phillips and two chil
dren, Sigmond and Thelma, of Tarn
pa, are in the city on a visit to Mrs.
C V. Roberts and Mr. J. P. Phillips
Miss Eloise Robinson of Orlando,
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BY A HAIR'S
By EMMA BRUCE
During the French revolution, in the
midst of the rcipm of terror, when
crowds of condemned nobles were be being
ing being hurried to the guillotine, a number
of tumbrils (two wheeled carts) drew
up in front of the Conciergerie prison
for victims. They were filled, all but
one, for which it seemed there, were no
persons Intended for the ax, and the
driver was about to move away, think thinking
ing thinking that he was not needed, when a
young man was led out and placed in
"Driver," said the condemned man.
"if you will permit me to escape and
I succeed in getting out of France I
will give you 100,000 francs. I am the
Marquis de Fontaigny. Our family
long ago deposited a fortune In Eng England."
land." England." "What good would 100,000 francs do
me without my head?" was the reply.
"They would guillotine me In your
"Leave France with me. Think of
the fortune you will gain. Have you a
sweetheart? Fancy the little home yon
can make with her."
The man began to lag farther behind
the other tumbrils, which in the start
had got away before him. Presently
he drew rein and, getting down from
his seat, pretended to fix the harness.
When the other carts had passed al almost
most almost out of sight be got up again and
drove on till, coming to a narrow sUe
street, he turned into It, at the same
time reaching back with one hand and
cutlng the rope that bound the prison prisoner's
er's prisoner's hands."
"Get up on the seat beside me."
The marquis in his anxiety to escape
death was about to jump out of the
cart, but the driver stopped him. When
they were side by side he told the mar marquis
quis marquis to take off his coat and throw it
down into the cart, and, taking off his
own waistcoat he wore no coat he
gave it to the marquis to put on. Then,
taking a clay pipe from his pocket, he
put it in the marquis' mouth. All this
was done, scarcely a person noticing it,
in a few moments. Then the two
drove on as if they "were of the same
rank in life and but on an ordinary
purpose. Fontaigny took care to play
his part -well.
"Monsieur," said the driver, "I want
ho pay for what I am doing. I am
tired of driving people to their death
and will go away with you if we can
elude those who are expected to catch
us. Our success will depend upon the
luck we have in not being soon missed.
But let us take no chances as to that."
With the, last words he drove the
cart into an entrance to a court behind
a grocer's shop. Then both he and
the marquis got down and, seeing an
open door, entered it and, passing
through a passageway, came to the
rear of another shop opening on an another
other another street.
They had scarcely r turned the cart
into the court when a mounted soldier
galloped past the entrance and hurried
on down the street.
Before reaching the barrier they pro procured
cured procured some more coarse clothing for
the marquis by trading with an over overgrown
grown overgrown youth for his jworn breeches,
shoes and hat, for they knew that at
the gateway through which they "were
to pass they would be liable to inspec inspection..
tion.. inspection.. -V '..
Several citizen soldiers were loung lounging
ing lounging about. The teamster as they ap approached
proached approached talked volubly- to the mar marquis,
quis, marquis, as though he was not think thinking
ing thinking of anything except the subject that
Interested him. When he came to the
gate, pretending not to see the guard,
he was ordered to halt lie looked up
as though awakened from a dream.
"Well," he said, "what will your
"Who are you, and where are you
"I am a teamster and am going be beyond
yond beyond the barrier to contract for some
fodder for my horses."
"And you?" to the marquis.
"I assist him in his stables."
"You don't look like a stableman."
After some further questions the two
were permitted to pass.
The nearest border for them was
Belgium. Once out of Paris, they turn turned
ed turned northward and began a journey
over the route that many an emigre of
the revolution had traveled before
them, only, instead of keeping to a
main road, they deviated from one as
much as possible. The marquis' com companion,
panion, companion, who gave his name as Antolne
Boyer, proved by far the better strat strategist
egist strategist of the two, and it was due to his
well laid plans and cool head that they
succeeded in escaping suspicion.
Since the marquis was in company
with one of common origin and in a
commoner's clothing, it was not diffi difficult
cult difficult for them to get on without excit exciting
ing exciting attention.' The main feature of
their escape was in the beginning,
there being no clew to what had be become
come become of them. In due time they reach reached
ed reached the border, and it was not long be before
fore before the young marquis was embraced
by his widowed mother, who, having
learned of hi3 arrest, had given him up
Fontaigny gave the man to whom he
owed his life the promised reward.
Antolne had a sweetheart and consent consented
ed consented that the money should be settled on
her for a dowry. Funds were sent to
her, and she joined her lover in Brus Brussels,
sels, Brussels, where there was a wedding
graced by the presence of the marquis'
mother and others of his family. An Antolne
tolne Antolne decided to make Brussels his
home, and Fontaigny Insisted on pro providing
viding providing capital with which he set up a
shop suited to his station and abilities.
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
xa the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modem 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
Before packing away for the summer send us.
your blankets, wash them with Ivory Chips.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
St o 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
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL GOUHSES
$225 FOR TEM SCHOOL MONTHS
C.-S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 13,1916
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
FOR ANYTHING AND
A. C L. SCIIEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville tp St. Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m. 5
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
day, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson-
rille, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocala to Bomosassa, 2:25
No. 33. Jacksonville to St Peters-
lurg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines
ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. nu
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-
jim), ?l"uesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.
The. pride of our store is our
PRESCRIPTION service. None but
purest drugs used and ho substitution
permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf
Woman's Home Companion for
Smith's Magazine for July
McClure's Magazine for July
Vogue for July
All the Leading Newspapers and
Cigars, Tobacco and
GERIG'S NEWS STORE
One Door East of M. & C Nation National
al National Bank
L C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W C.SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
This 13 how it looks.To know
what it does, ride in a car that
has one. Ride in the country.
See how it is heard half a mile
or more ahead. Ride in the ;
city; See how it gets instant
attention and action altvays.
1 There is a
. for every kind and size of car
KLAXON ...... $20
U. H. KLAXON. $12
U- H. KLAXET $6
" HAND KLAXONET $4
" Klaxons are made only by the
Lovell'McConnell Mfg. Co.,
Newark, N. J. Like all
standard articles they are'
widely imitated. To be sure,
find the Klaxon name-plate.
700,000 are in use.
West Broadway and North Main St.
Mclver & MacEay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBM1IERS
PHONES 47, 104 5
who has been the guest of Miss Susie
410 N. Orange St
OCA LA EVENING STAR MONDAY, JUNE 19, 1916
K. of P. meet tonight.
Council meets tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. '".
Take Rexall liver salts for
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's
Bread is called the "staff of life,"
but one of those 15-cent loaves that
Carter sells looks more like a club.
Glass dishes for block
The Book Shop. 3t
Dr. J. II. Mednikow, a prominent
oculist of New Orleans, has been in
the city visiting Dr. D. M. Boney.
When you want the editorial de department
partment department at. the Star office call "five "five-cne
cne "five-cne two rings."
It rained today on the just and un unjust,
just, unjust, but mostly on the unjust, be because
cause because there are more of them.
Eat. OCALA-MADE bread. There's
none better than Carter's Butter Butternut.
nut. Butternut. ?" 20-tf
Dr. Roy Fuller, who with his wife
returned to. Midland City, Ala., and .'
opened a dentist's office a few weeks
ago, writes that he is kept busy.
George Giles says that Marion
county has the biggest "cotton acreage
it has had in fifteen years.
Fire Chief Chambers came up from
the lake this morning, bringing a
magnificent, 7-pound trout which he
caught before breakfast.
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News
Store. 17-tf -,'
Messrs. A. F. Melin, Pete Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh and Sonnie Geise left Saturday
for Salt Springs to take a week's
fishing trip. Mr. Harbin Hinton
drove them through in his flivver.
James Strange, the faithful and
industrious janitor at the Star office,
visited his mother at Williston yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. "Jim" was taken over to
Williston by Dr. Williams,' in his fine
A telegram received this morning
by Manager Bennett of the Temple
theater says: "Love Mask destroyed
by fire. Shipping you Madam But Butterfly
terfly Butterfly in its place." Mary Pickford,
an Ocala favorite, plays the leading
part in Madam Butterfly, and Ocala
fans will probably be better pleased
than with the originally intended
SAFETY FIRST Bring your pre prescription
scription prescription to us. Then you KNOW it
will be filled exactly as your doctor
ordered, compounded by a thoroughly
experienced druggist. The Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. 15-10t
We use the best plumbing ma materials
terials materials that can be bought, and se se-and
and se-and specially prepared to meet the
conditions of that particular job, in
accordance with the judgement of
forty years practical experience.
We stand back of all the work we
do, ready to make good anything
that goes wrong through any fault
of our own.
THOS. IEDHI ft SI.
PLUMBING, TINNING and
2 and 4 S. Orange St. Phone 526
I.Wif. BALLINGER I
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
Cornice, Spouting, Skylights, J
Tanks and General Repair
Sheet Iron and Copper Work
210 S. Osceola St Ocala, Fla. J
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Cor :
tract work. Gives More and Bettei
Wirk for the Money than Any Othe?
Contractor in th dtr.
If you don't want to take the time
and trouble to get up a Sunday din-
ner, you had better go to the Ocala
rfouse, where you can obtain one of
the best cooked and best served
meals in the city at a very moderate
cost. Mr. A. W. Bennett has taken
the Ocala House dining room under
his personal supervision, and is mak-
ing a success of it, as he does of
most things he takes hold of. Mr.
Bennett made a name for himself
with the traveling public before com-
ing to Ocala, and since he has been at
the Ocala House his old friends, both
Horidians and visitors from other
states, have never failed to hunt him
up whenever they came to town. In well, an old friend. j ;
addition to this he. makes new friends 'Phosphate operators are laying
every day, and the fine old hotel un- up a great store of rock,' said Dr. Bas Bas-der
der Bas-der his management is doing a good kin, 'and they believe the conclusion
and steady business. of peace is not far distant. Little rock
5 : r-
Mr. D. S. Welch and one clerk will
be treated to that celebrated all-
weather beverage, bottled coca-cola,
if they will show this clipping at the
Teuton Supply Company's store. The
The Ocala public library is on the
point of being finished. Mr. G. K. e Pn?sPnaf territory, are mcreas mcreas-Williams
Williams mcreas-Williams is pushing the work to' In facilities s and with plenty
completion as fast as possible, as he
has another contract at Fort Myers
to he looked after. Mr. Williams
firm has made a good name for itself
and always has one or more big con contracts
tracts contracts on hand.
, Menry James Style.
Stevenson spotted the unconsclon
able repetition of certain adjectives In
"Roderick Hudson, but probably; the
most marked characteristic of Henry
James' style was his passion for ad
verbs and adverbial clauses. He was
the most adverbial
of English writers.
idverbs to the page
You will find more adverbs to the page
than even In Meredith. And he had a
quaint habit of putting the adverb
before the verb when most writers
would put It after. One of his ladies
(the examples are taken at random)
"thankfully felt" another "quite beau
tlfully and tenderly smiled." And
"after all" crops up all over the place.
But one would not have these things
altered; they were part of the man.
One does object to them, however, in
his imitators, who have learned the
trick, but missed the spirit behind it
World's Future Fish Supply.
The sea beats upon 20,000 miles of
Alaska shore line, a distance greater
than the Circumference of the earth.
All of that vast stretch of waters Is
teeming with the most edible fish on
earth. Every bay Is a harbor where
these fish can be prepared for the mar markets
kets markets of the world, and the greatest
ships afloat can anchor In safety while
taking on their cargo of food for the
hungry of all climes. In a few years
Alaskan fish will.be famous wherever
ships sail and men exchange the prod products
ucts products of their toil. This Is but one of
Alaska's sources of wealth. Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Dispatch.
Relativity of Space.
It so happened that a new professor
of music had just been Installed In a
&m i ma ill i iiiiwi'm tr- II ivuyiiy-tiiivi
:: z.:: r rr.. J
tt3 u b.uujl ol u neaieu ojscus-
sion among his pupils to be. Said one:
"Handsome! Why, his nose and the
point of hia chin nearly meet."
"My dear, cautioned his champion.
with dignity, "why do yon exaggerate
so? iou Know as weu as I that they're
mues apart." xxew xorK rose.
Both on the Watch.
Wile That new lady next door Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
stood In her dininsr room for half nnlthe Star office buildiner at 8 o'clock
Why, I happened to be In our front
"She trumped his ace."
'Did he say anything?"
"He couldn't have said more if he
had been married to her." Detroit
Wine' and the Bueh.
In olden times ivy bushes used to be
hung over the doors of taverns an sign
boards because the plant was sacred
to Bacchus, the god of wine.
It Is not the Insurrection of ignorance
that Is dangerous, but the, revolts of
v Modern Methods.
"Can you alter that gown to fit me.
do you think?"
"certainly not. mademoiselle. That
isn't done any more. You must be al
tered 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
occua i nxx xuus w uio
ucaia sseea a tore. u
I don't know Just what to think of
What's the hitch?"
He told me to come In and tell him
what I don't know, so he can tell me
what he knows
'That's a fair exchange. Richmond
"That woman seemed to bore you.
"Yes; I'm baldheaded. as you see
All she could talk about was the trou
ble she has hi washing her hair.
Kansas City JournaL
We have- a pw inw, tj., ren
Dnrim -x 1
, v wuug calx etc l, per
ounce. Gerig's. tf
EXPECTING AN END
Of the War, Many Phosphate Mines
- Are in Operation
Says the Jacksonville Metropolis of
Sunday: "That phosphate mine
I operators of Florida are confident of
the early close of the European war
lis evidenced by the fact, according to
Dr. J. G. Baskin of Dunnellon, that
every mine in that section is operat-
Ung full time and several operators
are enlarging their plants. Business
conditions in the phosphate section
I are much improved, and a larsre auan-
I tity of roch is being stored up against
the demand which will make itself
felt immediately upon the conclusion
of peace and the opening of all ports
"Dr. Baskin, who is president of the
Bank of Dunnellon ,as well as being a
practicing physician, was in the city
Saturday, and was interviewed in the
office of United States Marshal Bos-
is being shipped now, but once the
war is over a11 countries now fighting!
vnn be clamoring for fertilizers and
fertilizer ingredients and Florida will
reaP tne benefit of commercial pre-
'Many of the mines in the Dun-
"on section, which is the heart" of
. ine Perators are
r t uiejr Pro?ucc reaay ior aeiiv
WORKED THE WRONG WAY.
Hi Efforts J.o Be Famed For Courtes
Met With a Check.
You read In the papers now and
then," said the sad- faced street cat
conductor as a deeper, shade of sad
ness crossed his face, "that some rioh
person had left a policeman or a c in
ductor a fine legacy for being courte-
to em. After I had read two or
three of such things I made up my
mind to put on an extra touch of
courtesy In cases of old women and
old men. I, too, had a chance offered
me. A fine old lad v took mv car. nnri
I helped her to find a seat and an-
swered all the questions about how to
reac-a Mercy street, fcue naa to cnange
from mv rnr tn nnnthor onr? t fanrtn.
T; TT-Li fc 7Z r":rJcommittee w- nn, Orlando,
un vrij. tug itiai.t.jiixi uuu
gave her the most minute directions.
For the next two davit I folt: Hmf 1
would be named In her will, but then
something happened that made me be-
Heve that I would not."
And what happened?" was asked.
I was called to headquarters on a
complaint made by that very old wo-
man I had used so nicely. She had
entered a ; complaint of negligence
against me, and I was called up to ex explain."
plain." explain." "But what cause had she?"
"It was that I did not raise my cap
to her when turning to get on my car
after directing her. I have given up
all hope of a legacy and gone back to
my usual politeness and no more. I
Suess all the grateful old women died:
off before I took this job." Baltimore
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
ocaia chapter, no.. 29. 0. e. s.
meets at Yonge' hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 30 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtle G. Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. xjiuian aimmozis. Secy.
xumm uoukb aQ. ... a. U. P.. 1
T 1 Ik T rtr T -v
meets every Tuesday evening in the
I promptly. A warm welcome niwava
extended to visitin brokers.
CHAPTER NO. IS, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on th
fourth Friday in every month ai
8 P- m. A. E. Burnett, IL P.
Jake Brown, Sec'y..
ILUIION-DUNN, MASOSfC LODGE
Aianon-Dunn Lodce Nn. 19. p a
A. M., meets on the first and thlrA
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
, t. C. Webb, W. M.
wane tirown, secretary. Ad
WOOIlK OF THE WOULD
Fort Kins Camn No. 14 bt. at
the K. of P. feall at 7:30 t.
ovwuuf .ma murui i rmay. visiting
t jvempiy re always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C
Chas. K- Saje. Herk.
KNIGUTS OF FETHL1S
Ocala Lodge No. 19. ConventioTi
held every Mctday at 7:30 p. m. at
ssa.ot.to iia.., er iae uaxues janiai I oi
itincr hrothers. W TIT n n
L Jia iL. sage. K. of R. 3. A3
St. A T i mnintTn :
" 1 '-.
TM 1 1AI Tpmn A TArva XT Q I
Sisters, meets every Tuesday p1
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west K'
i oi courthouse, visitinsr members are
cordially minted to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
OCALA LODGE NO. 285, B. P. O. E,
Ocaia Lodge -No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks meet
uae Becona ana iounu -Muessar evn-
tags In each month. VlsitW brethJ
always welcomo. Club
vp.w yosiomce, east siae.
I. H. von En&relken. E. R.
D. S. Williams, Sec'y.
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
been suggested by good roads enthus enthusiasts
iasts enthusiasts 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 promote the building of bet-
ter and more permanent roads.
The Star -will print a list from day
to day of those who will attend the
meeting, together with the available
automobiles offered for those who
have no cars. Among those who will
go and provide transportation for one
or more passengers are:
Dr. E. Van Hood.
Dr. J. Walter Hood.
Judge Wm. E. Smith.
D. S. Welch.
Dr. C. B. Ayer.
R. F. Rogers.
L. II. Chazal.
Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Osborne.
Knight & Lang.
0. K. Grocery, by Harvey Clark.
Dr. J. II. Walters.
Dr. E. G. Peek.
Following is the program to be fol fol-"wed
"wed fol-"wed at the meeting: v
Wednesday, June 21, at the Board of
Trade Rooms in the San
m. Directors' meeting.
Thursday June 22, at the Courthouse
10 a. m. Meeting called to order
Invocation by Rev. Smith Hardin.
Address of welcome by Hon. C. B.
Eobinson' "Pobehalf of the mayor.
response oy T. id. iJryan, Tampa.
Report of president and officers.
Report "Of executive committee.
Report, of publicity and publication
committee, W. M. Glenn, Orlando,
KePort of road inspection commit-
tee A F Wymaa. Bradentown, chair-
Report of auto tour committees J.
P. Holbrook, Orlando, chairman.
Report of highway beautification
xvepon oi transportation commit-
tee Forest Lake, Sanford, chairman.
report of legislative committee, W.
G. Brorein, Tampa, chairman.
Report of special mapped hiehwav
committee, II. M. Smith, Orlando,
Report of inland waterways com committee,
mittee, committee, C. R. Walker, chairman.
Recess for enrollment.
. Announcement of election of offi
cers. :" ..
; Nomination of officers.
Reading of proposed resolutions.
Address by W. F. Cooke, state high highway
way highway engineer.
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
No. ) Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p
m.; Ocala 4:30 D. m.: arrives Tam
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-
10 Leaves Tampa
1 p. m.
Pcala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
7:15 p. m.
ino. z Leaves ht. Petersburg 4:30
p. m., ucaia J:dU a. m.; arrives Jack-
sonvme b:45 a. m.
Ta A T rft r m I
1 p. m.; arives JacksonviUe 5:25 p. m.
VM mui v c AAA vLaia i
Our "unclassified" column will sell
it for you. Try it,
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Dr. Pierce's medicines.
gives new life and
energy, and there
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The 'Pleasant Pel
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passed Bur-passed for the liver.
I have taken 'Fa
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you the kind of blood that makes the skin
clear, the mind alert, the vision keener, and I
puts aniDition and energy into the entire J
wuj. xou won c oe disappointed, ior
Dr. V. M. Pierce, Buffalo, N. Y.
lerce'a Pleasant Pellets not only
luc vriQinai nut the heal UMIp. Iaaxt lJuLt
up 0,per 4? Vear8 aQ: by -Doctor
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EVERY MARRIED COUPLE
and all who contemplate marriage should
hTX ot tVUo
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doth. F5oll fnrmprlv fnr isn
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rapping aiia mailing, to any reader of
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r TO FADE AWAY.
Parts of England. V
Did you ever urge upon some Inter Interloper
loper Interloper the advisability of 'f adimr awa v"
when you di l not wish to employ the
Drmai irankuess that would have or
dered him to get out? And do vou
the expression originated with
ne norus Lady?" Whether or not
IZxlZ lA?? fou
could not hare escaped the expression
blazoned on thousands of billboards:
"Fade away! Fade away, quick!" She
did not mean that she wanted the
man's ruddy cheeks to grow pale nor
mat he should undergo
chanSe Implied In the meaning of the
word "fade." She wnnttvi him n
Ish, to betake Mmself to some other
place without argument or ceremony.
To use the expression she used is merely
American slang, only a little more com comprehensive
prehensive comprehensive and rational than "skiddoo"
or "vamoose' which ha'd hitherto been
employed to convey the same meaning.
Around Cornwall, In England, they
would take the word "fade" in the sense
of "depart" as not at all out of the ordi ordinary.
nary. ordinary. To "fade" means to jrrow pale
or weak, but In Cornwall it also means
"to go." Just how It happens to have
that meaning the philologists do not
agree. It is spelled both "fade" and
"vade," and the plausible suggestion
has been offered that the word comes
from the Latin, the expression "vade
mecum," meaning "go with me," having
been In common use in the days when
a prayer book or a talisman that was
supposed to go along with the individ individual
ual individual to bring good luck was thus in inscribed.
scribed. inscribed. The- fade dance, in which the
dancers go from house to house, has
Deen popular In that corner of England
for six centuries. St Lonis fivK.
PREVENTION OF SICKNESS.
It Would Prove Most Effective Blow
That sickness is the first step leading
to dependency and the primarv cause
of poverty is shown by an lnvestiga-
Hon conducted by .the Russell Sage
foundaUon in New York city. This In-
vesuKnuon was made among wage
earners and charity organizations with
a view to knowing how frequently is
sickness encountered as a factor in de-
pendency. It was found that over 35
per cent of those In need of aid had
been brought to this position throiiffh
8lckness or the responsibility for slek-
ness'" ther Important fact revealed
, i"e cases studied De-
I longed to the lower liranrhpa nf laKrn
that thev nrn hr f :Z
son that either physical or mental de-
terioratlon had followed past Illnesses
In other words, sickness wj3 found to
De a mctor proaucing a low grade of
labor as well as dependency.
Of the GS7 cases of sickness studied
two-thirds wer found at the time of
the Investigation to have been sick
more than half a year, and the phvsi-
clan estimated that 295 cases were
chronic, while eierhtv-ono wpt- utroi
to become progressively worse.
That the prevention of sickness is the
most effective blow against poverty
and dependency was the',recommenda-
tlon made by the committee makinsr
STSPJSE '.th.e 12!
.. fc.v jf,,,, vut, .o JULXVsL X5
prompt medicarattention. education Jn
hygiene and sanitation, opportunity for
periodical medical examinations to pre prevent
vent prevent sickness and better health condi
tions both in ho.es and places of em employment
ployment employment Queer. Coronation Gift.
one or the most extraordinary gifts
made on the coronation day of Edward
L was that of 500 horse whih hann, ir-u a ;n r
ueen usea Dy the royal princes and
other DersonarPS in the nm,0ccin
richly caparisoned and harnessed just
as they were, were let loose into the
very midst: of the mob after the ban-
quet in Westminster hall that always
succeeded a coronation In those days.
The people In the streets were permit-
ted to catch the animals and to him
who caught a horso it and its appoint-
ments belongedLondon Globe.
ited countries on the ciohxT.n Ta,
the capital, being 12,000 feet above the
sea level much use Is made of that
rry a mfii 1 1 IA1NAU1.
- -iiiia i
Uama- will travel farther
and with orn inca .v,
but will not carry more -than 150
pounds. The llama in some respects
resembles the camel, kneeling In camel
fashion to receive its load, arid It will
not rise If more than 150 pounds are
placed on its back; moreover, the
weight must be evenly distributed over
its back and sides.
"What are your ddghters studying
"Nothing," replied Mr. Cumrox.
"They've learned all about music.
painting and literature. All they've got
left to learn is not to bother people
with them." Washington Star.
"That new maid of ours is a wonder.
When she Came tO IIS tWfs mnntha a cm i
. "- "to"
ne couldn't understand a word we
siid to her"
"And now she won't." St. Louis
"I want a glass suitable for studying
sir. Astronomical or theatrl-
Citl? Xew York Times.
Set not thyself to attain much rest.
tut much patience. Thomas a Kem-
Bowel Complaints in India
in a lecture at one of fho Tta
Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary
from India told of goin? into the i
lleyea tnat lfc saved his life. Thi3
remedy is used successfnllv in T;f
. ... z wv-
?tn as a Preventive and cure for
moicia. a uu may Know irom this
that it can be depended upon for thl
miider forms of bowel complaint that
W, r lVat
FRESH AND SALT WATER
Received Fresh Everyday. Prompt Delivery Anywhere in the City.
Deviled Crabs a Specialty
OCALA FISH MAEEET
RICHARDSON & WHITE, Proprietors
113 W. Broadway V Phone 246 Ocala, Fla.
14 4 I I
Georgia SoufherHl Florida lailwy
SATURDAY, JUNE 24, 1916
Lv. Union Depot, Palatka 5:15 a, m. $2.50 $150 ko
Lv. Hampton .......... 6:53 a. m.- i25 $Uo Hi
Lv. Lake Butler 7. a- ?.50
Lr. Jacksonville 7:10 & 40 pZ 00 JioS I'M
leafe Pullman sleepers will
leave .i acKsonville at 7:10 a. m. and 7-4n t;i- v
iner on anv rpo-nlm. oir, 1 y: A1,-ftC wm ce gooa return-
S jSytrSiSrSiiVS at "tarting point before midnight
ux iuay irams will be personallv conHnct ta k ti
baggage may be checked.
vine, dune 21st
J. n. RAFFTERY. D. P. A.
16 Hogan St,
A tt a a
A1AjAJN 1 A GA., .-. . .-. ..$6
JHUILY Sirtffl "S
U ." -r ...
t ; V.V, ,Colubrraa 8:5
c -onviue ior Macon and, Atlanta 8:05 p. m., and 8:40 p m
i lormauon and reservations
"u "uean oireeis
MEETING OF THE
Ocala, Fla., June 14, 1916.
The Marion County Democratic Et.
ecutive Commits ic -n
meeting at the courthouse Ocala
. Vuu.rtnouse ucaa,
XV r ??l0 m" Satur"
y' ? or the PurPOse
6-16-2t W. T. Gary Chairman.
EXCUnSION TO VALDOSTA. MA-
CON AND ATLANTA BY
G. S. & F.
. Ihe annual personally conducted
excursion to Valdosta, Macon and At
lanta over the Georgia Southern &
Plorida Railway will be operated on
The round triD rate frnm .TVc.
. i,u itmusui wm De sz, to niacon
4 and tn Atlanta TV, a. MA
1 1 w iit unia ine I
p.. ywt xaiv uvu
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
De honored on trains leaving
Jacksonville at 7:10 and 7:40 p. m.
These trains will be equiped with
thrdugh coaches for Valdosta, Macon
and Atlanta T?Pt,JLJ TJ!t
and Atlanta. Returning tickets will
he honored on any regular train ar-
I1,mS ac original starting point be-
fore midnieht of Jnj 20
For cheap rates to Jacksonvini.
A. C. L. excursion on June 21st.
pRTOnw W w" w
I1 oLKlPTION service. None but
' i -i a j-.
Purest drugs used and no substitution
permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf
25 to 40 Pounds
June 20 to 25
i-ane cneap excursion
of the South
utu. w k ml BUM,
call at City Ticket Of?W
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too lanre and none
to small. H. W. Tucker. tf
4 BIG TOURING CAR FOR SALE
I have a large, five-passenger, 40 40-horsepower
horsepower 40-horsepower touring car; just been
thoroughly overhauled, tires, top, up upholstering
holstering upholstering and all working parts in
ilrst class condition. A bargain; cash
f.r time. R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla.
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. Ohnmh
tablets are obtainable everywhere.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's. tf
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Furnished rnnm br
ight housekeeping; four large cool
rooms; rent reasonable; opposite the
postoffice. Call at 206 N. Main street,
or Charles McLucas at Ocala House
barber shop. 6-19-6t
OR SALE Ford touring car, 1915
model, in excellent condition: new
tires, Prest-o-lite and other equip equipment;
ment; equipment; a bargain for cash sale. Apply
to "L. S" care Star. 6-19-6t
13 POUNDS sugar for $1; three
cans tomatoes 25 cents; seven pack packages
ages packages Grandma Washing Powder 25
cents; seven cake3 Export Soap 25
cents; six cans Carnation milk 25
cents; sliced meats of all kinds. The
Counts' Grocery. 16-tf
LOST Ladies' hunting case "irold
watch, on streets of Ocala in past
few days. Finder will please return
to D7 S. Welch and receive reward. 15
FOR SALEConcrete slabs 5 feet
square and smaller, suitable for side
walks, steps, etc Cheap for cash
Inquire of James Thompson, Florida
House, Ocala, Fla. 12-2t
FOR RENT- Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; one two or more.
Gas, running water, electric lights.
Call phone 242. Mrs. A. M. Perry, tf
FOR SALE I want to sell one pair
of good sound mules. E. E. McLin. tf
WANTED A second-hand Ford
touring car; will trade desirable real
estate- Address N. H. Warnock. Ox
ford, Fla. A-17-Sf-
FOUND A bunch of keys; nine kev?
and bottle opener. Owner may have
same by paying advertising expenses
Apply at Star cce. 17-St