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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916
VOL. 22, NO. 168
Are Well Satisfied With the Results of their
Twelve Days' Offensive
BATTLES RAGIIiG FIERCELY BEMEII TEUTOIIS AIID RUSSIAHS
London, July 12. General satisfac satisfaction
tion satisfaction i3 felt here at the British success
during the twelve days' fighting on
the Somme front, although the extent
of the ground gained isn't great. It is
believed the new positions of the allies
will make greater successes possible.
The capture of Contal; Maison, Na Na-metz
metz Na-metz and the Trones woods gives the
British a line almost due east and
west, from which they can attack the
German flank. South of the river f the
French are in position to attack the
German (flank south of Belloy and
The Germans are renewing their
Verdun attacks, but were twice re repulsed
pulsed repulsed near Dead Man's hill last
night, says the French war office.
BATTLES IN BUKOWINA
The Russians, who have engaged in
heavy battles in the northwestern
corner of Bukowina and along the
Stokhod, have inflicted further" de defeats
feats defeats i on Pflanger's army in Buko Bukowina.
wina. Bukowina. The Teutons are resisting for formidably
midably formidably along the Stokhod.
BRITISH PORT BOMBARDED i
London, July 12. A German sub
marine bombarded the British port of
Seaham harbor. About thirty rounds
of shrapnel were fired. One woman
was killed' and one house struck.
TEUTON CENTER ATTACKS
London officially announces that the
Germans," heavily reinforced, attacked
the Somme front, last night gaining
ground at Mametz and Trones Wood.
Berlin announces that two German
aeroplanes Monday night bombarded
port and army encampment at Calais.
Paris newspaper dispatches says
the Austrians apparently have evacu
ated Tolmino, on the Isonzb front and
that the resistance is lessening.
Turks claim to have repulsed all
Russian counter attacks in the Cauca
sus and to have forced the small body
of British in Mesoptamia to flee.
GREAT fLAlU OF THE GERMANS
The Germans claim to have taken
2,145 prisoners on the Verdun front
BURIAL OF BOYD
Captain of U. S. Cavalry, Killed by
Mexicans at Carrizal
f (Associated Press)
Washington, July 12. With full
military honors the body of Capt. C.
T Boyd, Tenth cavalry, who was kill
ed at the head of his command in the
Carrizal fight, was buried yesterday
at Arlington National Cemetery, Sec
retary of War Baker, Maj. Gen. Hugh
L. Scott, chief of staff, and other high
officers and officials of the war de
partment, attending the funeral.
. President Wilson sent a wreath
from the White House green houses.
Congress was represented by a com
mittee of members who are Union and
Confederate veterans. None of the
bodies of the negro Croopers killed in
the engagement were buried here, and
the war department had no informa
tion how long they will be held in El
Paso for identification.
PROMISE TO DIVIDE
ALL THE PORK
Congress Will Probably Adjourn
About September First
' (Associated Press)
Washington. July 12- Republicans
and democrats have '- agreed to the
Senate program promising adjourn adjournment
ment adjournment about September 1st. The re
publicans won't filibuster against the
shipping and revenue bius.
Pure drugs', prompt service and no
substitution :n our PRESCRIPTION
department. Tell your physician to
leave yours with us. The Court
Mil IS A
German Owners Confident that United
States Will Not Interfere with
. Baltimore, July 12. The agents of
the submarine Deutschland went
ahead with their plans today to dis
pose of the cargo and for the return
voyage. They feel sure the state de department
partment department will sustain treasury and
navy officials in their findings that the
Deutschland is a merchant ship.
HIGH SCHOOL AHEAD
The result of the voting in the li
brary contest during the past week is
given -below; Whedoes yanxdEar;
orite organization stand ? It is at or
near the head of the list, or one of the
tail-enders ? If a tail-ender, it be behooves
hooves behooves you to get busy and boost and
keep on boosting until the close of
this contest, July 22nd.
There is no reason for any organi
zation now in the list not winning if
all its members get busy and do just
a little hustling. This can be done by
trading with the merchants and bus business
iness business firms who give library votes.
The merchants who give these valu
able coupons with all purchases of
ten cents or over will all be glad to
give you votes.
The majority of the people of Ocala
are clipping the ten vote coupon
from the Star. Are you? If not, you
had better start doing so at once as
there are several in the race for this
magnificent library of one hundred
and two volumes and four sections of
book cases. Now is the time to help
your favorite organization and you
can do so easily.
You must bear in mind that this
popular contest is drawing : near a
close and you must get the good
work in now if you want to see your
favorite organization win and be the
proud possessor of this fine collection
of books. The votes are collected
The standing of the contestants, as
announced after the count this week
by the judges, is as follows:
Ocala High School ..........288,642
Ocala Public Library ...... .285,517
B. P. O. Elks .......... .... .284,538
Mcintosh Public School. .... 65,002
Fessenden Academy ........ 10,549
Anthony Public School . . . 29,348
Reddick Public School .. . 17,948
Citra Public School .. ... .... 16,723
Belleview Public School. ..... 12,435
Ocala Presbyterian church... 7,920
Ocala Woman's Club ... . . 11,852
Ocala Masonic Lodge ..... i ; 11,940
Ocala Methodist church ..... 13,141
Ocala Commercial Club ... . : 16,357
Ocala Lodge K. of P......... 16,660
Oklawaha Public School . . 6,620
Sparr Public School 4,589
Ocala Christian Church ...... 2,975
WOODMEN TO HAVE
Fort King Camp No. 14, W. O. W
i will have an interesting meeting on
Friday evening when a class of can
didates will be instructed in the mys
teries of Woodcraft by the Fort King
The degree team is rounding into
fine form and should receive the un
divided support of the members of
the camp, so let each member, make
appoint to be on hand Friday night
and bring a fellow chopper.
: The Evening Star may always be
f frond on sale at' Gerig's News
FROM THE DVII1SK FRONT TO
Many Flood Sufferers are in Extremi
ty in Georgia, Alabama, and
Atlanta, July 12. Although the
flood conditions in most of the South
ern districts in the path of the tropi
cal hurricans appear to have improv improved
ed improved the situation in Central Alabama
is still serious. The Alabama river
continues to rise. Many lives are en endangered
dangered endangered at Portland and Kingsbend.
Relief workers are doing their utmost.
A government tug left Selma this
morning for Portland with provis provisions
ions provisions and supplies for three hundred
persons reported marooned on the
ed in danger of 'drowning at King's
Bend by party which eccaped. Boats
were ;. sent to that point. Opposite
Montgomery the Alabama river Js sev seven
en seven miles wide. The crest of the flood
is expected to pass there today and
the danger of further damage to' crops
and property in Georgia is believed to
be past. Rivers are falling, but there
is some uneasiness caused by the
weather bureau's report that another
disturbance has been observed in the
extreme eastern Carribean sea. No
indication of the direction of the
direction the storm is traveling or its
brce has been given out.
STRUCK A MINE
Gold Shell was Partly Wrecked off the
Coast of France
July 12. The American
Gold Shell struck, a mine
night oft Cordouan Island
mouth of the Gironde. The
part of the vessel was badly
The steamer managed to get
mouth of the Gironde. The
MRS. FRED NIBLO
One of America's Most Noted Act-
tresses is Dead
New York, July 12. Mrs. Fred
Niblo, formerly Miss Josephine Co
han and a sister of George M. Cohan,
died of heart disease 'here today. She
was forty years of age and had been
on the stage since her seventh birth
day. She starred in a number of
ROUGH TRIP FOR THE ROOKIES
Militia froirt Connecticut Went Hun
gry on Way to Mexico
New Haven, Conn- July 12. tA
whole trainload. of starving soldiers,1
is the way. a Connecticut militiaman
begins a letter to one of the local pa papers
pers papers written en route with the Con
necticut militiamen to Nogales. He as
serts that the government not only
did not provide food en route but. that
they would not even give the boys a
chance to buy "eats" for themselves.
" "I haven't had a square meal since
I left New Haven," he writes. An
army officer in discussing the matter
said that it was entirely up to the
regimental commanders to furnish
food en route. They took the word
of the railroad officials that it would
take only five days to make the jour journey,
ney, journey, he said, and the shortage of food
was the result.
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, at Gerig's. tf.
OF INSULT TO OUR FLAG AIID FRIGHTFUL
SUFFEIIGS OF OUR C I Tl ZEUS TOLD
OK REFUGEES OF THE SUMIlEEt
(Jacksonville Metropolis, 11th)
Stories told by refugees from -Mexico,
who passed through this city last
night and today from Tampa en route
to their homes in various sections of
the United States, heap., hot coals of
fire on the representatives, of this
government in that war, stricken coun country.
try. country. They declare that; hundreds of
law abiding American citizens lie
sweltering in Mexican prisons while
the United States representatives play
golf at the country club in Mexico
City and make no effort to secure
ROGERS WAS PLAYING GOLF
Stories of untold brutality, starva starvation
tion starvation and confiscation of supplies by
the Mexican government, and the cir circulation
culation circulation of hand bills, stating that
the white people of the United States
are cowards ... and will not fight are
told and certified by former American
residents of that country.; B. J. Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, of Mexico City, one of the ref refugees
ugees refugees to arrive in the city this morn morning,;
ing,; morning,; declares he called at Belem, the
principal jail in Mexico City, to bid
farewell to his friend, C. F.. Huston,
who had been sentenced to prison on
a slight pretext, and that the sight
which met his eyes was revolting.
Prison vermin had eaterV the ; hands
and face of Huston until he was al almost
most almost unrecognizable and the poor f el-
lcwecjaredhe had noJbajthed Sox,,
twenty-two days. "It wasthen that I
went to Mr. Rogers, the American
representative, to make an effort to
have my friend released, but was in
formed that Mr. Rogers was at the
country club playing golf and would
not return until evening," declared
The scarcity of provisions even
among the American residents of
Mexico as described by Mr. McDonald,
showed that no effort was being made
by the United States representatives
to succor their people. "For fifteen
days prior to our receiving notice to
vacate the country, neither myself,
my wife nor child had a bite of meat
to eat, and very little bread. We sub subsisted
sisted subsisted on canned meats procured from
the English stores in Mexico City,
and paid an enormous price for them.
Those wealthy Mexican and Spanish
residents of the city who could buy
bread, would send their servants to
the bakeries in the afternoon, where
they would sleep through the night in
order to be among the first in the
bread line in the morning," he con
According to several of the ref
ugees, who are registered at the Hotel
Mason, immediately following the
murder of the American soldiers at
Carrizal, the Carranza government
caused to be published and circulated
hand bills and newspaper articles de
daring that the white people in the
United States were cowards and sent
their negro soldiers to fight for them.
It was also stated that before Car-
ranza's mushy note was sent to Pres
ident Wilson, a supposed copy of his
note was printed in the Mexican pa
pers, which declared that President
Wilson was everything that is- not
clean and that Mexico could whip the
United States in 24 hours. A copy of
these papers were brought to the
United States by several of the refu
gees and will be printed and sent
through the press of the country.
Mr. McDonald said he read of Pres
ident Wilson's speech last year in
rms coupun is good for five
VOTES IN LIBRARY CONTEST CONTEST-VOTED
VOTED CONTEST-VOTED FOR
Cut out, fill Li name of church lodge, school or other organization
you wish to vote for, and deposit in ballot box at THE COURf
The official judges of the contest are Messrs. George Pasteur, Her Herbert
bert Herbert Lattner and Ed. C Bennett.
which he said anyone having ideas
against his Mexican policy was wrong.
"If President Wilson waits to hear
from his rotten representatives in that
country to tell him of actual condi conditions
tions conditions he will never know of them. But
these things have been told before,
and there is no reason why he doesn't
know the full facts' of the case," de
clared Mr. McDonald.
Over three hundred and fifty Amer
ican j refugees from Vera Cruz, Mex Mexico,
ico, Mexico, represents : the number which
have passed through Jacksonville on
their way to points in the east, west
and north. Nearly as many left Tam Tampa
pa Tampa yesterday on the transport for the
northern points, via New Orleans.
According to R. E. Camp, traveling
passenger agent of the Seaboard Air
Line railway, who was one of several
railway representatives soliciting bus
iness from the refugees, the business
was divided equally between the vari various
ous various railways represented here, 'and
that it was through the efforts of the
men on the ground that the large
number was diverted in this direction.
INTERVENTION THE SOLUTION
Mr. Camp states that he had inter
viewed a large number of the Ameri
cans on tHe status of affairs in Mex Mexico
ico Mexico and especially upon the feeling
cies of the Uni d; States in handling
the Mexican trouble. In- nearly every
instance, Mr. Camp states that the
Americans in Mexico believe United
States intervention is the only solu solution
tion solution of the problem and that Ameri American
can American lives will never be safe in Mexico
until such a thing is accomplished.
The Americans state that they are
regarded in Mexico as a negro is held
in rthe South and in many instances
pushed off the sidewalks while passing
down the streets. Insults are frequent
and when such insult is resented the
American is placed in a dungeon for
a period of 48 hours as punishment.
AMERICANS MURDERED BY THE
The remark was also made to Mr.
Camp by one of the refugees that ac
cording to his diary three hundred and
seventy-seven Americans lives have
paid the toll thus far; and that one
life a day, as in the past, will con continue
tinue continue to be forfeited until definite ac
tion is taken by the United States to
corretc the conditions. He stated that
the conditions in every city were hor
rible and never in the history of a
country were the subjects of another
forced to accept such treatment with without
out without immediate reparation.
EDWARD O. RIGHTOR
ELECTED MAIN ELK
Best People On Earth Will Meet Next
Year in Boston
. (Associated Press)
. Baltimore, July 12. Edward O.
Rightor of New Orleans, yesterday
was elected grand exalted ruler of the
Benevolent and Protective Order of
Elks over Lloyd Maxwell of Marshall Marshall-town,
town, Marshall-town, la., at the annual convention of
the order in session here. The con contest
test contest was declared by delegates to
have been the hottest in the history of
the organization. Boston was select selected
ed selected for next year's convention.
Fine china at THE BOOK SHOP.
Recruiting bervice for National
ARREDONDQ AlOllES HE HAS RECEIVED UOHE IIISICIIH
. BAnLE REPORTED AT
Washington, July 12 The organic
zation of the national guard recruit recruiting
ing recruiting service has been authorized to
bring the regiments on border duty
to their war strength of about 160,000.
Ambassador Arredondo talked with
Acting Secretary Polk this afternoon
regarding negotiations between the
United States and Mexico. The am ambassador
bassador ambassador had previously received a
message from Mexico City which was
said to contain instructions and the
form under which negotiations would
be undertaken. The selection of com commissioners
missioners commissioners is said to have been dis discussed.
cussed. discussed. BATTLE AT CERRO BLANCO
Chihuahua City, July 12. Heavy
fighting between the de facto troops
and Villa bandits is in progress at
Cerro Blanco, near Parral,, according
to dispatches to Gen. Trevino.
OF THE SEASON CONTINUES
THE SLAUGHTER OF NEW
YORK CITY, INNOCENTS
. (Associated Press)
New York, July 12.- There were
seventeen deaths of infantile par paralysis
alysis paralysis in Greater New York during
the twenty-four hours ending at ten
oxlock this morning. One hundred
and sixty-two new cases were report reported.
ed. reported. The worst heat, wave of the sea7
son is prevailing.
THE GERM DISCOVERED
Health officers this afternoon said
a New York physician has discovered
infantile paralysis germs.
"FEED FLORIDA FEED FIRST"
Louis R. Chazal & Sons Co. is" in
creasing the scope of its farm pro products
ducts products department. The company,
which recently adopted as its slogan
Feed Florida Feed First," is now
manufacturing 4-F Brand feeds, us using,
ing, using, as far as possible, the products of
the county. In addition to the feeds
of its own manufacture, the company
is handling otheir famous feeds. The
firm is making every effort to find an
outlet for the staples grown in Mar Marion
ion Marion county, and one by one the ob
stacles in the way of succeeding in
this venture are being removed.
Preparations are being made by the
Chazal company to again handle a
large portion of the corn crop of this
section of the state, and as last year
the corn will be bought from the
farmers at the prevailing market
prices and standard weights. Good;
baled hay, peanuts, peas and beans
will be bought. The standardization
of all of the' crops is sought by the
The company suggests to the farm
ers the advisability of getting Flor
ida corn on the market before the
grain of other states comes in. At Attention
tention Attention is also called to the necessity
of putting hay into heavy bales, in
order that more hay might be loaded
in cars, and advantage taken of
freight rates on car lots.
The condition of the 'city streets
continues bad, and will become worse
as a result of the almost daily rains
Councilman Mclver, of the street com
mittee, says that all the repair work
possible will be done, but that his de
partment will have very little money
with which to work until October.
Mr. a N. Kirkland and a friend
will be treated to coca-cola in bottles
if they will sho wthis notice at the
Seaboard restaurant. The Ocala
Coca-Cola Bottling Works. It
Will Be in Full Blast at the Com
pany's Plant Near Ocala by the
First of October
The operations spoken of recently
as having started at the plant of the
Florida Peat Products company, it i3
tow learned, were limited to the get
ting out of a small amount of muck
for test purposes. A representative
of the Star visited the location of the
county's newest industry at Meadows,
near Citra, yesterday afternoon and
found that the plant would be put in
full operation, turning out a finished
roduct, about October 1.
The new plant building at Meadows
resembled a phosphate mining plant,
but is more elaborate. The main
units of the peat plant, in their order
of operation, -are: a large dredge
boat, transfer barges, a wet bin with
drying grounds and drying plant, a
drying plant, and warehouse.
As Captain Alfred, general man
ager, explained to the Star's represen
tative, the peat is taken out of tho
deposit by means of a bucket elevator
on the dredge boat, and is put through
a macerator. It is then loaded on
transfer barges and taken to the. wet
bin, the first unit of the plant proper.
The barges are run into a slip and
tne wet peat is discharged into the
om by means of an elevator. From
his bin the peat is taken in small
dump cars to one of two inclines
leading to the drying grounds, where
the peat is allowed to remain for an
indefinite period in order that the sun
might draw out a. part of the moisture.
The incline to the drying plant is
located between those leading to the
drying grounds. A large locomotive
crane will pick up the partially dried
peat irom the drying grounds and
load it on dump carts to be sent up
to the drying plant. There it first
goes into a hopper, from which auto automatic
matic automatic feeders carry it into the oil oil-burning
burning oil-burning dryers. Out of the dryers
the peat goes into a dust chamber,
passing thence through a screen and
on into the warehouse. Coarse mater
ial that fails to go through the screen
in the first place is passed through a
disintegrator and is then re-screened.
,The finished product of the plant
will have the consistency of corn meal
according to Captain Alfred. It will
be loaded on freight cars by means of
blowers. This product is used mainly
as a filler for fertilizers. The fibrous
material screened vout of the peat be
comes a by-product, and is used,
among other purposes, as a roughage
for stock, and as a packing to take
the place of excelsior.
The plant is on the main line of the
CsKa J : 1 i t a. J-a
u.uuvai aim is uuv a suur b uisiance
east of the hard-surfaced road to
Citra. The Florida Peat Products
company is capitalized at $100,000,
and the plant is building at a cost of
BOAD OF TRADE
Tonight at 7:30 o'clock the Marion
County Board of Trade meets in reg regular
ular regular session. All members are urged
to be present.
A full attendance of both private
and official members of the Methodist
church is desired at the churc churc-this
this churc-this evening at 7:45 o'clock at pray pray-meeting
meeting pray-meeting and church conference,
all come that possibly can. Imp Imp-business
business Imp-business on hand.
.. . J. M. Gross, T
OCALA EYEXN STAB, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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J. H. Beajamla, Editor
Entered at Oca la, Fla., post of flee as second class matter.
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Beileview, July 11. Tuesday, July fixed.
4th was the largest day known in the Mr. and Mrs. Adam Hafner made a
history of the town of Beileview. The I business trip to Ocala last Saturday.
get-together barbecue committee had! I heard on the quiet that Lawton
done their work and about one thou-1 Sims had forgotten his early Chris-
sand pounds of barbecued meat await-1 tian training and all of the lessons ox
ed the pleasure of the visitors. I aubmissiveness instilled in his eager
Mr. Thomas, the famous cornet I mm here in Beileview. So much so,
soloist, sounded the call to arms and Iwhen some imitation soldier slapped
rpvpti tn eltrht hundred mnnle reJkini one, he did not turn the other
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PRESIDENT WILSON'S- )
The Star has been denounced as a
jingo and accused of being false to
the democratic party because it has
criticised President Wilson's Mexican
Democratic papers are very much
given to abusing republicans because
tbey stand by their party leaders
thru thick and thin; therefore it is in inconsistent
consistent inconsistent in a democrat to criticise
another democrat for opposing or de denouncing
nouncing denouncing what he believes to be
The other day, a friend said to us
that President Wilson knew far more
what was going on in Mexico than we
did; therefore it was our duty to sub subordinate
ordinate subordinate our judgment to that of the
president and back him up in what
ever he did.
No doubt that President Wilson
knows far more about what is going
on in Mexico than we do, but there
are some things a man does not need
to go outside his own voting precinct
Among them is the world-establish
ed fact that it is wrong to permit
crime when it is in our power to pre
During Mr. Wilson's administration
the crimes of murder, rape and rob
bery have been committed on our peo
ple in Mexico. It has been in Mr.
Wilson's power to prevent such
crimes, or most of them, and he has
not done so.'
Mr. Wilson has taken the highly
moral ground that an American who
goes into a foreign country must
abide by its laws, and take his
chances, and if he gets into trouble he
mustn't expect to involve his country
in trouble by taking the risk and ex
pense of getting him out of trouble.
We have no doubt that Mr. Wilson
u conscientious in this view, but it
seems to us as a cold and selfish policy
and one that can meet the unqualified
approval of only a man with a wide
streak of' yellow running down his
back. It might work in Britain,
France or Germany, but we do not
think it is honest or brave to let it ap-
ply in a country that even Mr. Wilson
admits is ruled by brigand s
uur people wno nave ; sun erect m
Mexico went to that country under
the guarantee of its de facto govern government
ment government that their lives and property
snould be safe. They went encouraged
to make investments and the Mexi
cans were only too willing to take
their money. They were filling that
country with prosperity and enter
prise, and all the world seemed to
think they were doing a meritorious
Then came the revolutions, but at
. first Americans were not molested
for it was believed their government
M ould protect them. But some more
than usually daring villain perpe
trated an outrage, and got away with
it, and then they followed thick and
fast, until now an American in Mex
ico has no more rights than a pariah
How can any American, whether
his sires fought at Yorktown or New
Orleans, Buena Vista or. Cerro Gordo
or came to this country of later .years
because they wanted to be free' men
be comfortable when he knows his
own people are so outrageously treat-
There are among us men so lost to
decency as to claim that these Mexi
cans who have persecuted our coun- i
; trymen and countrywomen are ani-'
mated by patriotic motives, and what
they have done has been with the in intent
tent intent of freeing their land from op oppressors.
pressors. oppressors. v
. Any man who has common sense
and ordinary information knows that
Americans have been oppressed in
Mexico because they had property
that Mexicans wanted to take away
from them; knows that Mexicans have
committed crimes against Americans
in Mexico that they would be hung or
jailed for in America.
Every American has been brought
, up in the belief that it was praise praiseworthy
worthy praiseworthy enterprise for an American to
go into another country and there
build up a legitimate business. Every
American has been brought up to be believe
lieve believe that an American, no matter
where he was, was entitled to help and
protection from his country. And
such is the policy and belief of every
self-respecting country in the world.
This nation cannot live and remain
great under any other policy. If we
ies peopie oi otner nations tod our
men and outrage our women abroad,
we will soon begin to let them do the
same things to us at home. Then we
will be at the level of the Chinese.
The other-day, Mr. Wilson made a
speech at Detroit to the assembled
salesmen of the country. He wanted
America, he said, by justice, fair
dealing and enterprise to build up a
great trade with' all the world.
That is all very well if this country
will back its people up when they are
imposed on abroad. If it doesn't, they
will have to be enterprising in the
way the Chinese business men are en
. The Chinese go everywhere and do
a great deal of business, but nobody
::3ects them in the way an Ameri-1
THE STAR'S PHONES
The editor's phone is
"51 TWO RINGS" i
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.
I in the shape of sports of various kinds I txen proceeded to give him some les-
wfts rtm nnlW flff. after which an sons in etiquette. 1 also understand
elegant and patriotic tribute to the tnat he Has done this a couple : of
4th of July and its institutions was times, and am exceedingly surprised
delivered by Judge Joseph Bell of at t pugnacious attitude of Belle-
Ocala. Then Rev. Wilbur L Whidden view's leading B. Y. P. U. exponent.
invoked the divine blessing on all Alfred Abshire is not saying much,
present and the edibles that were 01 doing much, except to do his duty
about to be consumed and the people conscientiously to the packages of
went to it. 1 Nobody had to lead them Ps, cakes, etc sent him from home.
to it they went right to it with a uo to it boys and get all the fun and
gusto, and many were the compli- enjoyment out of it while you can.
ments paid to the chefs, the cooks and Mrs.. R. L. Sumner and children
everybody concerned with the cooking have returned from a short visit to
of the meats. It was universally de-Poutn Florida.
Mrs. J. u. Smith and children of bt.
Mr. Frank Adams went to Silver
Springs that afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. High tower were
visiting friends in, Beileview last Sun Sunday.
The saddest shock that Beileview
has received in many a day was the
news from Bridgeport, Conn- that
Mrs. Susan Parmalee had passed
Mrs. John Brown made a business
trip to Ocala last week.
Found, between Beileview and
Ocala, an automobile muffler. Party
losing same can find it at the Belle Belle-view
view Belle-view Trading company's store at
can wants to be respected. If -a
Chinaman is kicked, he accents the I clared that this was the finest bar
kicks. If he is robbed, he raises some becued meat that had ever been served ewrsDurg are visiting wun air. ana
. . I, .i Mrs S T. "Rift-in
mnre nwnev. If hp. is murdered, an-1 in mis secuon.
other Chinaman takes his nlace.' He After the eatin proeram the Belle- a. iAiaiey ,nas
rwerrnmes hv nersi stent, nacifitv hnt I view swatters crossed bats with a f rom a W to ber mother, Mrs. Snow
-v r r .... Ij TTTil ji
no self-resnectinc white man wants to classy aeereffation of baseball play- av ""uwwa.
I . .1 ir ttt tt lf'i.i. n r -
,.ri ,-o lera from Snsrr who nnt tin a coftri I rs. m. xi. inucneii OX Bianatee
The fThinaman hrnart i nlv a re. fiffht but it was lusfUke brusbinz IS filing wiui ner oaugnier, mrs. j
- I I TTT 1l T.
flertiAn of the rhinaman at. home. The flies from the sleeve for the Beileview waiter xxeison.
-. I . . . I ir;.-, ot j
foreigner takes possession of the boys to show the Sparr boys their ocunemer came uown
Chmaman's ports, polices his seacoast place in baseballdom in a score of 'four ironi "caia last monoay 10 spena tne
orH co m nf his inton'nr cities nrtA I to two and this ended our eet-tosrether I"1 "A.'
shoves the Chinaman out of the way feast. l he Masons mil hold their regular
in business and foreign affairs. And Mr. B. N.'Tanner, the originator of ""J1". ; meeting Thursday night,
ho talrea the 7hinese women fnr Mn-I the move. h&S shown that it is DOSSible 1 J UIY AStn
r.hir.e whenever he ee fit f or the ceoDle of Beileview to come Mr Try Hall of Summerfield was
That is w Tti-Troniem ForHicm I tocether on common eround and hislm town last Monday.
anrl rverhsme WilRonism iH- hrintrinc efforts in this line are very praise- jiejior ana isainnie -remere
" o I . . I J . w r
America to worthy, and the neonle appreciate his ijuesi, .iuiss i-ouise nmmg,
t w -ttf- lahors. arove to worth Lake Weir last Sun-
xuii; x ainajro ouuiwu MfJ I j
a nlaintive wail ahont how dreadful it Amonjr those who really made the anu in company wiin
will be to do anythine that would I whole affair a howling success were
make our young men undergo the I the meat committee, Mr. James N.
hardships of the march and the dan- Shedd as chef, showed his early train-
eers of the battlefield. They should hng at Delmomco's; Mr. J. A. Free
be kept where they will have three man, as chef, cook and baster proved
squares of dainty home cooking and that he missed his calling by not pre
half a dozen chocolate sodas every I siding over one of the ranges at
day, and a clean nightie every night. Sherry's on 5th avenue in New York
Our young men at least those of City. Mr. J. L. Whisenant upheld his
them who are men do not want to bet title to chief cook and bottle washer,
coddled. They have yet much of the! so that none could challenge nis
blood that spread a nation across 3000 1 superiority. Mr. Roy Freeman made
miles of continent and made a flag I a "reputation as fire tender and meat
respected in every port in the world turner, while Mr. Abner Adams put
in less than half a century. They the delicate touches that gave the
want the mollvroHriles and the milV- flavor and the tancr to the stew. And
sops and the he-women to eet out of I this is the bunch of men that captur
their way. They want the American ed t"e hearts of the crowd, via the
eagle to be a bird that can fieht when stomach route, even if they were on
he needs to," and not a sexless rooster duty continuously for thirty-six hours,
that is only fit to eat. They want the Mr. Raymond Gale and his commit commit-American
American commit-American flag to protect everything tee rarried off. the sporting end of the
it flies over; they want American citi- proposition to the entire satisfaction
zens to walk with heads erect in ev- Pf concerned.
ery street and roadway of the world; : One of the features of the barbecue
they want dirty greasers to take off very fayorably commented upon was
their hats and -stand aside when5 'Am- the reception committee headed by
erican women pass by. r Messrs. Mark and Frank Hutson; who
Justice and consideration for other met the incoming outos, wagons, bug bug-people
people bug-people are among the finest things in gies and other vehicles and directed
the world, but to sacrifice our own I them to the proper ; parking space,
people to the greed, the ruflSanism thus avoiding a good deal, of friction
and the Inst of others, tin matteT what land Confusion
fi ne name it may try to masquerade I The finance committee was the least
. .. j . i i i i : i- .1. t
under, is at the bottom nothine else I oDstrusive duuch m xne wnoie gang,
than cowardly selfishness, disgraceful but they did very well considering
to ari individual and destructive to a at everything was bought and paid
nation. ? ; Ifor and $3.97 bemg left over was pre
Read on another page the stories sented to the Beileview Workers.
told bv the rrefufrees of the Snmner Mr, Frank Sanders, the abstract
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
Take Rexall liver salts for
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Every family without exception
should keen this .reparations at hand
during the not weather of the summer
months. Chamberlain's iouc, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy is worth many
times its cost when needed and is al almost
most almost certain to be needed before, the
summer is over. It has no superior
for the purposes for which it is in intended.
tended. intended. Buy it now. Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. Adv.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMD MEIERS
PHONES 47, 104 05
and decide for yourself if America man, hesitated for a few minutes,
has any right to hold her, head up long enough to say hello to a few of
among the nations of the earth if she nia friends and then resumed his jour-
continues to allow her people to be sol
Pictures for birthday and anniver
sary presents at THE BOOK SHOP.
; AUTO FOR HIRE 1
: 1916 REO
At Your Service Any Hour
DAY or NIGHT
Reasonable Prices Terms Cash
Residence Phone 528,
r .... -..
W. F. BALLINGER
Tin and Sheet Iron Rooting,
Cornice, Spouting,. Skylights,
Tanks and General Repair
Sheet Iron and Copper Work
I Phone Yonge's Tin Shop 388
t 210 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
All of the July Magazines.
A new and complete line of the la
The prettiest line of BirthDay and
Greeting Cards in Ocala at reason
able prices. -r
New York, Savannah, Atlanta and
Florida Daily and Sunday News,
papers on Sale.
Special attention given to Subscrip
Cigars, Tobacco and
GERIG'S NEWS. STORE
One Door East of M. & C Nation National
al National Bank
ney to Bushnell to wrestle with some
facts and figgers described as ranges,
townships and sections.
Miss Louise Bitting arrived last
Saturday after an extended visit to
friends and relatives in St. Peters
Mr. J. N. McAllister came up from
Groveland last Friday to spend the
week end with his family.
Mrs. Isaac N. Nichols spent several
days last week in Wildwood visiting
her daughter, Mrs. 1. 1. Strong.
Letters received from Miss Ruby
McClendon, in Indiana, state that she
is enjoying the northern summer and
having a very agreeable time on her
Mr Aucel Polly, one of Belleview's
most popular old-timers, just had to
come to Beileview on the 4th to get
some of that barbecued meat and re
new old friendships. Mr. Polly is one
of the. Star's oldest subscribers and
always looks forward to the Beileview
Mr. E. A. Polly, who for many years
operated a sawmill in this section, up
to 1905, was another visitor .of note
on our streets last Monday.
Mrs. Sidney Maddox and little son
accompanied by Mrs. W. R. KilPat KilPat-rick,
rick, KilPat-rick, left for St. Petersburg last
News from Black Point indicates
that Bennie Shedd, one of the soldier
boys, is homesick andvwants to come
back just as quick as they will let
him. They don't have any syrup and
hot biscuits and mother's cookies and
the stern i monotony of beans, salt
horse and hardtack goes against his
delicate constitution. And besides that
the work is too strenuous and per
si stent those officers just do not
know when enough is a plenty. We
will all be glad to .welcome Bennie
home and feel certain that he has had
an experience that will last a life
Some one told me that little Bill
Whisenant had about made up his
mind that he was not cut out for a
real live soldier boy, at the present
OUR LINE OF
Must be reduced at once, as it is against our policy to, carry
a single one over to another season. In order to reduce the
stock and do it quickly we have made the following cuts in prices:
$3.50 Straws for ...20
' $3.Q0 Straws for --. $2.00
$2.50 Straws for .$1.65
$2.00 Straws for .$1.25
$1.50 Straws for ------ 95c
THERE'S NOT AN OLD HAT IN THE ENTIRE LOT.
SEE DISPLAY IN EAST WINDOW
While you're selecting a Straw Hat don't fail to look over our
splendid line of
EVERYTHING THE LATEST
SOUTH OF COURT HOUSE
H INK V RETURN
(ILirOE Lai il S"
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare Includes Meals Good on Any Ship.
v Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WEFJZEL, Florida Passenger AgentJ
Ticket OfSce, Pier 1, Foot of lib crty St, Jacksonville, Florida.
FINEST AND QUICKEST TRAIN OPERATED ENTIRELY
THE STATE OF FLORIDA ALL THE YEAR
SEAIBOAE. AM LINE RY.
The Progressive Railway of the South"
1:35 p. m. Lv.
.4:30 p.m. Ar.
6:21 p.m. Ar.
7:06 p.m. Ar.
7:50 p.m. Ax.
....Dade City ..
....... ...... Lv.
... .Lv. 10:15 a.m.
time, but that after he has a chance to I SOLID STEEL COACHES BROILER DINING CARS
grow some more he -will take another OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS
whack at it. Anyhow, the wide world Last Train out of SL Petersbur. Tamoa and South Florida making all
looks good to "Bill" and he has about L v:9mafet f tWt-;-
-.jp Ki minA e KfuicKesi une iiigm uui oervice new ions m a am pa Leafing iw r.
maae up nis mind to see some more a.is -, j.m A-nnr T,-n, i.Kn
of it before he returns to Beileview. mine nnccrrv n o a c. i pttit t Ipq a r. P
Lloya Maier is not saying much, 1 Phon 129. Ocala. Florida Jacksonville. Florida
j Li X
With No Abatement of Interest is the History I
ot My Great
Which is Noli Going On.
Every one of the thous and s
of customers who have visited
this sale during the two weeks
of its existence are pleased with
the bargains they secured.
My stock is large. It is care carefully
fully carefully selected and is all season seasonable
able seasonable merchandise. The prices
which prevail at this sale can can-not
not can-not be touched by competitors.
Come in and get your share
of the Adjustment Sale bargains.
MHyhflllQdullll S u)iiuJiii IS
. The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tiro
trouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled.
24 N. BIAGNOLIA STREET
Phones 433 76 Ocala, Fla.
We offer for sale at sacrifice the following second hand automo
1 OVERLAND TOURING CAR ............$150.03
1 CADILLAC TOURING CAR .............$150.00
1 CHALMERS TOURING CAR ...,.........$150.00
1 FORD TOURING CAR .. .. ............. $200.00
All these automobiles are decided bargains and all in good run running
ning running condition. Your early inspection is invited as we must get
them out of our shop to makemore room for our business.
MGHT & LANG
EIP US TO SERVE YOU P
11 ?t fTsnr ? i
When the driver puts your ice in, don't ask him to come back for hi3
pay, but please have your COUPON or money ready and help "him to pass
on promtply to your neighbors, who need their ice promptly.
Whether in morning or afternoon if he is delayed at your house one
minute and so on at the next house he reaches the end of the street LATE
and our customers become annoyed at him, when he isn't to blame. Wont
you help us? '. .;
MERCHANT & MINERS TRAIISPOBTATIOII COMPAHY
Summer Tourist Fares
From Jacksonville to
New York and return... $35.00
Baltimore and return... 32.00
Philadelphia and return. 35.00 W
TIT I 4
wasiungion ana reium.. owmh
Savannah and return. . 6.00 J
Boston and return. ....$43.C 3
Providence and return . 4L00
Blue Mountain and return 23.53
Atlantic City and return. 3S.50
Asbury Park and return. ZoZO
Through tickets to all Eastern resorts, with return limit October 31,
1916, with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings 'from
Jacksonville, via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Saturday. To
Philadelphia July 2, 13 and 24, Aug. 3, 13, 24, at 4 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. Beservation, foare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tour book.
Address Merchants & Miners Trjans. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
H. C. AVERY, Agt. L. D. JONES, C A. J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
W. P. TURNER, G. P.A. Bald more, Slaryland
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, JULY 12, 1916
fiie Commercial Bank
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
Fyou have anything that needs SPECIAL
CARE, we will personally give it our at-
cala Steam Lau
. PMbME 101
fTrp FRESH MEATS, POULTRY,
L FISH AND OYSTERS
't All kinds Fresh Vegetable
. y in Season
PHONE 100 OCALA, FLA
The last few days have marked a numerous advance guard of the
army of mosquitoes that usually appear during the summeh months,
FENOLE IS THE REMEDY. W j
Flies, Ants, Bugs and all other insects are eliminated, eradicated
and assassinated by the free, use of this household insecticide.
Safe to use, effective in the extreme. Fenole is for sale in Ocala
by Marion Hardware Co., Ollie Mordis, Court Pharmacy, Tydmg s
Drug Co., Smith Grocery Co., Anti-Monopoly -Drug Store. ..
FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY
134G FRANKLIN STREET TAMPA PHONE 3625
HA SUQIAL IB
FOR FLORIDA PEOPLE
PERSONALLY CONDUCTED V ALL EXPENSES PAID
Canadian Eastern Tour
Leaving Jacksonville July 17th
TOTAL COST 0140.00
Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain, f(
Mammoth Cave, Louisville, ;Cincinatti,
Detroit, Buffalo, Niagra Falls, Toronto
Montreal, Boston, New York, Philadelphia
Baltimore, Washington, Annapolis, Savannah,
And many other places, by Rail and SaiL
California and the GoMen West
THROUGH TWENTY STATES OVER 8,000 MILES
Leaving Jacksonville July 25tn
TOTAL COST $225.00
Chattanooga, Lookout Mountain Chicago,
Milwaukee, The Great Lakes, Omaha, Denver,
Colorado Springs, Cripple Creek, Seven Falls,
Cheyene Canyon, Garden of .Gods, Fyke's Peak,
Royal Gorge, Continental Divide, Salt Lake City,
Yellowstone National Park, Ogden, San Francisco,
IHg Trees, Los Angeles, Passadena, Santa Catalina,
' San Diego, California Interantional Exposition
Albuquerque, Kansas City, St Louis and Nashville.
For detailed information write or call on
W. B. CATE, Manager
J. A. VON DOHLEN Florida Passenger Agent
124 W. Bay St, Jacksonville, Florida
CXG) ( (Hi Baltimore, Md, and return.
LaWByy TICKETS SOLD JULY 5-6-7-8-9. LIM
LIMIT JULY 31st
Buffalo, New York and return.
TICKETS SOLD JULY 8-9-10. LIMIT JULY 23rd.
ATLANTA AST LBN Li
STANDARD RAILROAD OP -THE SOUTH.
STEEL SLEEPING CARS TO BALTIMORE and NEW YORK
For information or tickets call on
M. R.' WILLIAMS, T. A.
' Ocala, Fla.
J. G KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
. Tampa, Fla.
Odd Fellows Installed their Officers
The public installation by, the Odd
Fellows of their officers at theb ele
gant hall in the Star building Tues
day night was a brilliant event, a
number of ladies being present and a
arge part of the evening being given
to sociability, promoted by music and
The lodge room was beautifully ar
ranged for the occasion. Flowers in
vases stood on all the officers' desks
and clusters of palmetto were fasten
ed above the windows. The altar was
draped with the American flag and
he floors were covered with hand-
some rugs. A.numoer oi tne Dretnren
bad put in some busy hours arranging
things in their proper places, and
heir industry and good taste was evi
Shortly after eight o'clock, the hall
was well-filled, a majority of the
members, of .the. lodge being present,
number bringing their wives and
daughters. The officers for the eve evening
ning evening were W. L. Colbert district dep deputy
uty deputy grand master;-Jake Brown, grand
marshal; M. M. Little secretary; Geo.
L. Taylor, chaplain; H. D. Stokes,
warden. When all was ready, the re retiring
tiring retiring noble grand, L E. Yonce, took
his seat for the. last time and called
the meeting to order.
The exercises began with music ren
dered by the orchestra. After this,
the Odd Fellow brethren, led by Past
Grand Master Little, sang the ode,
with which every lodge meeting opens.
Rev. J. M. Gross offered prayer and
Mr. Mosher on the cornet accom
panied by Miss' Fern Bell on the piano
in a way that brought hearty ap
Grand Marshal Jake Brown then
advanced to th altar and inquired of
the noble grand if all was duly pre
pared for the installation. Being as
sured that it was, he ushered in the
district deputy i grand master, W. L.
Colbert, who in well chosen words
thanked Noble Grand Yonce for his
faithful service and invested him with
the most regal ornament of the lodge,
the past grand's collar, after which
the marshal led him to his seat to the
right of the altar.
The marshal then led ; the newly
elected officers, F. E. McClane, noble
grand, J. D. McCaskill, vice gran,d,
and L. H. Pillans, secretary, to the
altar, where they stood while the dis
trict deputy grand master administer
ed to them their obligation. Each was
then brought before the proper officer,
who impressed upon him his duties!
after which Tthe marshal invested him
with the insignia of his office and led
him to his seat The noble grand was
admitted by the district deputy grand
master, the vice grand by Warden
Stokes, and the secretary by Mr. Lit-
J.1 1 J? .' xl. L a . 1 1. . .
ue, wno xor me occasion wwk me sec
Following this, the appointive of
fleers were brought forward,' instruct
ed in their duties by the district dep
uty ana mvestea with their insignia
and led to their posts by the marshal.
The appointive officers are as follows:
H. H. Henderson, warden. '. v
W. Austin Bennett conductor.
D. E. Busier, chaplain.
Harry L. Alexander, R. S. S.
Wayne TenEyck, L. S. S.
Port V. Leavengood, R. S. N. G.
Joe Potter, L. F. N. G.
J. W. Lamar; R. S. V. G.
H. L. Luff man, L. S. V. G.
Oscar Andrews, inside guardian.
M: Carter, outside guardian. 1
Visiting committee, A. Slott W. D.
Cam. :;.;,3 s;?. ..U ;
Finance committee, F. B. Burden,
H. D. Stokes. S. P. Anthonv.
-The installation closed with the rit
ual prayer by the" chaplain for the
occasion, Geo. L. Taylor.
The audience was expecting a treat
in a hve-mmute's address on "Infant
Members," by Mr. J. P. Phillips,
himself an infant of three months
standing in the order. Mr. Phillips,
however, went to Crystal River Tues
aay morning, Decame ram-bound on
his return and did not reach home in
time to attend. His absence was
greatly regretted, as he is a most in
Mr. Lester Lucas, acocmpanied by
Mrs. Lucas, sang "A Dream," and be being
ing being heartily encored responded with,
"A Son : of the Desert am I." Mr.
Lucas magnificent voice was never
more enjoyed by an audience.'
Mr. M. M. Little, one of the vet
eran members of the lodge, and of
the order m F lorida made a most in
teresting five-minutes talk on "Ma
Then came the speaker of the even-
ing, Mr. ueo. W. Sconeld, prominent
in the Odd Fellows and several other
orders, and a man who' never misses
a lodge meeting if he can help it Mr.
Scofleld is an excellent speaker. "Odd
Fellowshi was his tTipme arA he
( 1 1 handled it most ably. All those pres
J ent had a more exalted and greater
faith in the order after hearing him.
A benediction by Tr. Gross, and the
closing ode by the lodge ended the ex
ercises. They did not end the festivi
ties, however, for immediately various
brethren who had been busy in the an
te-room, now entered, bearing waiters
which, were crowded with glasses of
most refreshing fruit punch, and
trays heaped high with delicious
sandwiches. : All the 3 brethren and
their, guests were abundantly served
and another half hour passed with
social talk, while enjoying the re
Ail m ail, the Udd f ellows and
guests had a most enjoyable evening,
and air went home with a very high
opion of Tulula Lodge and its mag magnificent
nificent magnificent hall, which is undoubtedly one
of the prettiest and most convenient
lodge rooms in the state.
The pleasure of the evening was
greatly added to by the orchestra se selected
lected selected for the occasion, which consist consisted
ed consisted of Miss Gertie Peyser pianist
Messrs. Booe and Ten Eyck violinists,
Mosher and Cole cornets, Needham
and Lopez clarinets and F. E. Mc McClane
Clane McClane trombone.
A large and enthusiastic audience
greeted Mrs. Moyers' photo-play,
"Fate's Boomerang," at the Temple
theater yesterday afternoon and eve evening.
ning. evening. The number of gentlemen noted
at the afternoon performance was
quite a compliment both to the writer
and the host and hosts, Judge and
Mrs. Richard McConathy. At the hour
of 4:30 the bridal party of Miss An
nie Atkinson, as the guests of Mrs.
Mamie .. Howse Stovail, filed into the
theater, when Miss Lily Bailey on the
violin and Miss. Dorothy Lancaster at
the piano rendered several appro
priate selections. After they were
seated these talented musicians play
ed several other selections in compli
ment to Mrs. Moyers. A very pleasing
diversion of the night performance
was the short poem on "A Scenario
Writer," recited by Miss Louise Rentz
and the presentation by Miss Eliza
beth Bennett of a beautiful basket of
Shaster daisies and coral vine most
artistically arranged by Miss Jeffer
son Bell to Mrs. Moyers in apprecia appreciation
tion appreciation of her delightful scenario. The
(Concluded on Last Page)
m .... :
1 1 S4 Name for the Thirsty to emem5er
"S '"S : Everybody knows U djw J
-ll '--Mp N-i Us norm frO
I onfr n the original steril- ""H
I Wl bottle with the label on it, Zft j
U ':':'-:-V at Sa Founts and other Re- n Ml
f freshmeni: Stands. A"j
We will place on Special Sale
Our ENTIRE LINE of LADIES'
Every Dress in our store has been reduced. No
matter how good or how new, yon can buy it now
for a whole lot less. None will be sent on ap approval.
proval. approval. Any dress taken out of our store will be a
bona-fide sale. ; : V
One lot of LADIES' DRESSES, value? to $1.25 at only.
One lot of LADIES' DRESSES, values up to $2.00 at only
One" lot of. LADIES DRESSES values to $3.00 at only
This season's White and Colored Dresses, values to $10 at only
Silk Poplin Dresses, assorted styles, values to $10 at only.
. Take Advantage of these Bargains
One Special lot White Garbadinc SIdrls, val values
ues values up to $1.50. Special at only
" Every skirt in the store goes in this sale. Palm Beaches, Sil Sil-verblooms,
verblooms, Sil-verblooms, Kool Kloths, Panamas and all wool skirts. Most of
Hhem are new styles which have arrived since this season began.
Every skirt has been cut in price from 1-4' to 1-3. The prices
wil be something like this:'
Values up to $7.50 at x
Values up to $6.00 at
Values up to $5.00 at
Values up to $4.00 at
, Values up to $3.00 at
Yard-Wide English Long Cloth,
15c. values at per
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We have reduced all of this season's
PLAIN WHITE VOILE, a 15c
value at per .yard 1 A
COLORED CREPE POINTILLE,
19c values at per yard 1 rii.
45-in CREPE and BATISTE EM EMBROIDERY
BROIDERY EMBROIDERY FLOUNCING, 50c
values at per yard OQ
44-in WHITE RICE CLOTH, 25c
value at per yard 10n
72-inch WHITE MERCERIZED
TABLE DAMASK,- 59c OQ
value sat per yard....
The Store that has the Goods and the
Prices according to its advertisement
A JACKSONVILLE WOMAN
Jacksonville, Fla.-"I -wish to say that
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription la cer
tain y the medicine
to give the results
that he states it
' ; ; ';wilL 1 took it for
tble was falling of
the uterus, whih I
fully believe was
i corrected by the
I depression a low
:aown enervation 01
;:ny general eys-
tnn In fir nf rr rrv
loss of appetite and elecp, all made exis existence
tence existence undesirable. I feel quite certain
that all women in my EtaW of health will
rweive as much r,owl as I did. But do
not stop taking it until you are well!"
Mas. J. I. liuuKETT, 800 VV. Monroe St.,
The mighty restorative power ot
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
speedily causes all vomanly troubles
to disappear compels the organs to
properly perform their natural func functions,
tions, functions, corrects displacements, overcomes
irregularities, removes pain and misery
at certain times and brings back health
and strength to nervous, irritable and
It is a wonderful prescription prepared
only from nature's root and herbs with
no alcohol to falsely stimulate and no
narcotic to wreck the nerves. It banishes
Eain, headache, backache, low spirits,
ot flashes, dragging-down sensation,
worry and sleeplessness surely and with without
out without loss of time.
Get it now! All druggists. The cost
Is modest, the restorative benefits trulv
remarkable. Write Dr. Pierce. Invalid's
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.. fur free 130 page
book on woman's diseases. You may also
have coniidcuti..! medk-ai advice without
Just a Little Saving-
You are now bearing the
B. V. ID.
You are paying 50c per gar gar-rnent.
rnent. gar-rnent. We are selling them at
. per garment
This is a clear saving of 22"
We are also selling the famous
PARIS SATIN PAD GARTERS
Another Saving of 32. Figure
, MEN'S STORE
- Carn-Thomas Co.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalm ers
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
; FOR ANYTHING AND -EVERYTHING
410 N. Orange St Ocala, Fla.
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.
IL. ..'ALEXANDER :-
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Coi
tract work." Gives More and Bettei
'Vcilc for the Hone? than Any Otb
C-trsctoT.ia tha dir.' U
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
VTi tf t
t2?i Vj ,ir2
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The Home Guards will meet tonight
at the armory at 8:15 o'clock.
The pride of our store is par
PRESCRIPTION, service. None but
purest drugs used and no substitution
permitted. The Court Pharmacy, tf
Eat O C ALA-MADE bread. There's
none better than Carter's Butter
W. K. LANE, M. D Prysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. .- tf
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
rom our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf
Fresh seeds of all
Ocala Seed Store.
Neil Harris, agent for the Seaboard
Air Line, charged with failure to erect
gates at the North Magnolia crossing
of the railroad, was before the record
er this morning. The case was post
If your proposition has merit, our
advertising columns will bring re
Bay Lake, July 11. The fourth
passed off quietly. Everybody seem
ingly enjoyed the day. i
Mr. and Mrs. I. M. Hinson and two
bright little children of Sunshine
Villa, were guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
Hinson Sunday. v
Mrs. D. M. Waldron returned home
Sunday from Jacksonville, after
spending two weeks the guest of her
daughter and son, Mrs. L. E. Geiger
and Bailey Waldron.
Miss Nettie Massie of Citrawas
the week end guest of Misses Donnie
and Mattie Waldron.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Hinson and chil
dren, Miss Othella Cassels and Miss
Donnie Waldron autoed to Ocala Sat
Messrs. Harry Petre and George
Peck' were Orange Springs visitors
Mr. J. B. Haddock returned home
Friday from Hilliard, where he was
called to the bedside of his brother,
who died July 4th. Mr. Haddock has
the deepest sympathy of his many
Mrs. C. J," Proctor and- daughter,
Miss Donnie of Eureka were guests
of Miss Othella Cassels Sunday.
: Miss Mattie Waldron motored to
Orange Springs Friday and was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Mr. Earl Wilson.
Messrs. D. R. Waldron and W. M.
Cassels were callers in Fort McCoy
Mr. W. M. Cassels," Miss Donnie
Proctor, Mrs. C. J. Proctor, Miss
Othella Cassels and Miss Mattie Wal Waldron
dron Waldron spent Sunday afternoon in Or Orange
ange Orange Springs.
Messrs. D M. Waldron, W. M.
Cassels, Charlie Cassels, Mrs. G. W.
Kingsley and Miss Othella -Cassels
spent the fourth at Silver Springs.
Messrs. W. M. Cassels, Charlie
Cassels, Mrs. G. W. King and Miss
Othella Cassels attended the play call called
ed called "The Fatal Blow" at Island Grove
A few of the Bay Lake folks enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed a good old-fashioned fish fry on
the river Friday.
We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's. tf
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
to small. H. W.. Tucker. tf
Taking Big Chances
It is a great risk to travel without
a bottle of Chamberlain's Colic, Chol Cholera
era Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy, as this
preparation cannot be obtained on the
trains or steamships. Attacks of
bowel complaint are often sudden and
very severe, and everyone should go
prepared for them. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract, $2 per
ounce. Gerig's. V tf
Biliousness and Stomach Trouble
"Two years ago I suffered from fre frequent
quent frequent attacks of stomach trouble and
biliousness," writes Miss Emma Ver Ver-bryke,
bryke, Ver-bryke, Lima, Ohio. "I could eat very
little food that agreed with me and I
became so dizzy and sick at my
stomach at times that I had to take
hold of something to keep from fall falling.
ing. falling. Seeing Chamberlain's Tablets
advertised I decided to try them. I
improved rapidly." Obtainable every every-where.
where. every-where. .. v-.;v.;--:. Adv.
THE BOOK SHOP is displaying a
beautiful line of CUT GLASS and
SILVER GOODS. 6 3t
Constipation and Indigestion
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and must say they are the best I have
ever used for constipation and indi indigestion.
gestion. indigestion. My wife also used them for
indigestion anti thev AA hf-r trnnA
writes Eugene S. Knight, Wilmington,
N. C. Chamberlain's Tablets are mild
and gentle m their action. Give them
a trial. You are certain tn Kp wiAneaf
with the aerreeable laxative effect
which they nroduce. Obtainable v.
WELCH SELLING THE LUMBER
David S.JWelch is doing a fine busi business
ness business with his lumber and mill work
and general building, material estab establishment
lishment establishment in North Ocala. Mr. Welch's
plant shipped the material to Kendrick
yesterday for a nice new house, com
plete, for Mr. Bent.
The day before the material was
shipped to Fruitland Park for a com complete
plete complete bungalow of nice size and at attractive
tractive attractive design for Mrs. Katherine
Material was sold yesterday to Mr.
Troy Hall of Summer-field for an ad
dition to his home there.
Six carloads of materials go each
week to Howey, in Lake county,
where so much building is going on
and where Mr. Welch, by square deal
ing and selling good goods at a close
figure, is practically getting all of the
A good deal of stuff goes to Brooks-
ville, where the plant is supplying
everything for the new home of the
Hernando State Bank.
The big library job which has just
been completed, was supplied by Mr.
Welch's mill, and he was doing most
of the mill work and supplying much
of the material for the union station,
work on which is now. suspended.
Mr. Welch is very much pleased
with his present system of delivery.
He has two automobile trucks with
long trailers attached and can deliver
with these, in one-half the time, more
lumber than he; could formerly haul
all day with several teams. He would
not go back to the horse delivery un
der any circumstances. ; ;
WILLARD DOES A GOOD TURN
Mr. C. W. Willard of Weirsdale and
Westerly, R. L, who owns half a block
of land near the new high school
building, on which has been ; located
four negro cottages in the midst of
an otherwise solid white section, is
improving his property. Two of the
cottages have been moved ? back on
the block and are being fitted up for
white families. They will be ceiled in inside
side inside with patent board,) painted out outside
side outside and Tnice ; windows, doors and
fireplaces put in. v
Mr, C. S. Gates of South Lake Weir
is doing the work and at the same
time is clearing away the burned
remnants of two other houses recently
almost destroyed by fire, and in the
fall, when Mr. Willard returns to
J Florida,; Mr. Gates will put up three
I six-room cottages on the site. This
will remove an eyesore long existing
and more attractive buildings will go
Dr. J. C. Boozer and Mr. P J,
Theus, who own the half block north
cf this property, have had the frames
of the two old houses which stood
there torn down and stacked up and
new houses that will be a credit to
the city will be built on this half block,
which is very desirable property,
no distant date. .
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED A good second-hand cash
register. Must be in perfect repair
and reasonable in price. Phone No,
279. 12 tf
WANTED Daily service of good
buttermilk small quantity. Address
C. C. M., stare Star ofiice. 12-3t
FOR SALE Small refrigerator with
show cases. Just the thing for fruit or
vegetable dealer. Cheap for cash. Ad
dress "Refrigerator," care Ocala Ev
ening Star. 12-6t
LOST A bunch of keys. Finder
please leave at Post Office. George
FOUND A pain of gold rimmed eye
glasses. Owner can recover by ap
plying to Star office and paying ex
penses. 8 3t
t UK SALiS Wheelbarrows, ; jack
screws, single horse wagon, shovels
picks, etc., also several very heavy
doors. Apply at 413 E. 8th St. 7-8-6t
12 POUNDS SUGAR $1 Seven
cakes Grandma Soap 25c, Seven cakes
Export Soap 25c All canned goods
cost for CASH until July 20th to
make room for new pack. Counts
Grocery Company. 5-tf
WANTED If we are not now doing
your pressing and cleaning we wan
an opportunity to prove ouf first class
service. Just call phone THIRTEEN
and let us "send for it. J. T. Clay Clayton.
ton. Clayton. s .-':. ;-; 7-4-6t
FOR SALE--Nie Jersey milk cow;
just fresh with second calf; gentle
and first class in every respect. Ap Apply
ply Apply to W. D. Carn at Ocala Seed Store
or call phone 191. 7-3-t
FOR RENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Ri R. Carroll, Star office, tf
FOR SALE I want ta sell one pair
of good sound mules. E. E. McLin. tf
QGALA SOGIAL AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
box in which Mrs.!Moyers and her
mother sat at the evening entertain entertainment
ment entertainment was decorated with roses and
ferns. This and the pleasing arrange
ment of the floral designs in the ves
tibule of the Temple was the artistic
work of Mrs. George Blitch and her
sister, Miss Bell. At the close of the
evening performance, after bidding
their host and hostess, Mr. and Mrs.
Bennett good-night, Mrs. Moyers and
Mrs. Badger joined the bridal party at
the home of Dr. and Mrs. E. Van
Hood. Here a most delightful even
ing was enjoyed as the guests of Miss
Marguerite Porter, the doctor and his
Meeting of Mission Society
The Ladies' Home and Foreign Mis
sionary Society of the Presbyterian
church will meet Thursday afternoon
at 4 o'clock at the manse. All mem members
bers members are urged to attend.
Among those attending "Fate's
Boomerang" we noted Miss Maude
Alexander of Brooksville, the guest of
her cousin, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston,
and Mrs. McMullen, 'formerly "Miss
Edna Jeffords of this city, who is en
joying a visit with her uncle and
family on Oklawaha avenue, v
A number of our citizens, one from
North Carolina and a great many
who spend their summers there, es
pecially enjoyed the beautiful scenery
depicted in yesterday's picture. Sev
eral were familiar with "Hickory ," its
environments and inhabitants.
Mrs.i Willie Dreher passed through
Ocala yesterday on her way to Lake
Weir en route from the East Coast to
visit her' parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. F.
Mrs. D. M. Boney leaves tomorrow
for Raiford, where she will visit her
daughter, Mrs. Clem Purvis for a few
days. An auto party will, be made up
in Raiford tongo to Atlantic Beach for
a short stay. In this party will be Dr.
and Mrs. Green and Mr. and Mrs
Purvis of Raiford and Mrs. Boney.
Mrs. John A. Manly entertained at
dinner at the Ocala House last night
Mrs. Charles-5 F. Schneider, Miss Elsa
Schneider and little Miss Dorothy
Schneider. Mrs. Manly and her guests
afternoon witnessed "Fate's Boom
erang," at the Temple theater.
v Mr. .and Mrs. J. J. Gerig of Ocala,
are spending several days in j Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, having been called here on
account of the illness of Mrs. Gerig's
Mr. and Mrs. Gerig returned home
Mr. W. J- Frink is here from Jack
sonville to attend the Beck-Atkinson
wedding this evening.
-vy ,: :H f-7'
5 At the home of his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Hall, yesterday evening,
Mr. Earl Hall entertained in honor of
Miss Rachel Stephens of DeLand, and
Messrs. Matt Briggs of Valdosta and
Franklin Watts of Leesburg. The
young people passed the evening most
pleasantly with dancing. Refresh
In this space will be advertised only USED CARS. These cars
will be in good running condition and represented to prospective cus customers
tomers customers fairly and honestly and guaranteed to be as good as repre represented
sented represented or money will be refunded.
One 10 Buick Roadster, stripped
One Four Passenger Hup mobile
!R R. Carroll
DISTRIBUTOR FOR MAXWELL AUTOMOBILES
' I Star Office OCALA, FLA.
ments were served. Mr. Hall was
assisted in entertaining his guests by
hi& mother, Mrs. R. S. Hall, Mrs. Hor-
rell, Mrs. A. C. Williams and Mrs.
Watts of Leesburg.
Mrs. E. K. Nelson and family left
yesterday for Ocala, where they will
visit at the home of Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk.
trunk. Sis-trunk. They made the trip by motor
car. Tampa Tribune.
Mr. Harry Palmer has gone to
Ocala, where he will be one of the at attendants
tendants attendants in the Beck-Atkinson wed wedding,
ding, wedding, which will take place in that
city thi sevening. Tampa Tribune.
Mr. Palmer arrived yesterday,
making the trip in his auto.
Mr. W. M. Martin is leaving this
afternoon on the Seaboard limited for
Asheville, N. G, where he will visit
lis sister until time for his return to
school in Atlanta.
Miss Ruby Birt of Melrose, who has
been spending the past two weeks
with her cousin, Miss Dorothy Weber,
returned home yesterday. She was
accompanied by her uncle, Mr. J. F.
Weber, and her cousin,' little Miss
Miss Marguerite Porter returned
yesterday from a ten days' trip spent
most pleasantly at Lake City and
Miss Blair WQodrow has returned
from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. E. E.
Robinson in Jacksonville.
Mr. R. A. Burford will return Mon
day from Alabama, where he went
with his daughters, Misses Mary and
. '-.;. :
Miss Marguerite Porter, yesterday
evening, gave a dainty supper in
honor of Miss Annie Atkinson. Pres
ent were the ladies who will be at attendants
tendants attendants at the wedding of Miss At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson this evening, Miss Mary Betty
and Mr. W. B. Gallagher. Miss Por
ter was assisted in entertaining by
her mother, Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Miss Helen Brown entertained the
Tuesday auction club yesterday aft aft-ternobn.
ternobn. aft-ternobn. Carter's Butternut Bread is mad
of pure flour, sugar, yeast, malt,
milk, lard and salt; it is made and
wrapped by machinery and baked
with steam. 20-tf
Many Ocala Readers Have Heard It
and Profited Thereby
"Good news travels fast." and many
bad back sufferers in Ocala are glad
to learn where relief may be found.
Many a lame, weak and aching back
is bad no more, thanks to Doan's Kid
ney Pills. Our citizens are telling the
good news of their experience with
this tested remedy. ; Here is an ex
ample worth readme::
Rev. D. W. Price, 4 OTange' street,
Ocala. says: "My kidneys were weak
and I couldnt control the passages of
the kidney secretions. I was greatly
bothered durine: busy hours of the
day. I got a box of Doan's Kidney
Pills and began using them as direct directed.
ed. directed. They certainly acted quickly in
regulating the action of my kidneys
and relieving the lameness in my
back." 4 v :
Price 50c. at all dealers. f Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Rev. Price had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo. N. Y. v 44
.To Be Giveri
Below will be found tie names of the progressive firms of Ocala who
make this most popular and liberal offer. This elegant library and hand handsome
some handsome case will be given by vote to the lodge, society, church or school ia
Ocala, or vicinity, securing the largest number of votes in the following
manner: s ..
The business firms listed below give with each TEN CENT PURCHASE,
One Vote. The contest began March,29, 1916 and ends Saturday, July 22,
1916, at 9 p. m. V
The ballot box has been placed at the Court Pharmacy, where the votes
can be deposited. At the close of the contest the church, society, school or
lodge having the largest number of votes will be awarded the library. Cur Current
rent Current accounts when paid will be entitled to votes.
REMEMBER Votes can only be secured by trading with the firms list listed
ed listed below. Each week the Ocala Daily and Weekly Star will announce the
standing of the various contestants.
The library and case are now oil exhibition in the show window f
E. T. Helvenston's dry goods store.
Insist upon getting Free Coupons and help your favorite lodge, school,
society, or church win a handsome library of reference, standard and po poetical
etical poetical works, including a variety of the latest fiction. DO YOUR DUTY.
IT'S UP TO YOU.
In case of a tie vote the library will be evenly divided. ;
Following is the list of firms:
E. T. Helvenston
Dry Goods & Shoes
Staple and Fancy Groceries
Stoves and Qucensware
The Commercial Bank
Will give 10 votes on Every $1 on
Saving Deposit :
Ocala Stean Laundry
we wase"'.-; :
palm beach suits
with ivory soap
David & Welch
Lumber and -Building Material
Mill Work a Specialty
THE ARCADE BARBER SHOP
Grand, Inverted Grand
. And Player-Pianos
SPORT GOODS, BICYCLES
GOOD YEAR TIRES
For Ladies and Gentlemen
Short Orders Meals 35c
B. B. BAUM, Prop.
Where Shall I
UNIVERSITY OF FLORIDA
Investigate its Advantages Before
Choosing Your College
436 students from 51 Florida counties
and 24 states and foreign countries
1915-16. Total 818 including summer
schooL Write at onc6 for catalog.
'A. A. MURPHREE, President.
Terns for Rent llflM and Heavy Oanliisg Moving, PacMsg
Wall Board V
to Win Hie
Away in a
flue : Court
H. A. WMERIM
Clothing and Shoes
Fresh & Salt Meats
If it comes from Allemand
m. m m m m rs r i i i
Hair Goods a Specialty
THE HOME OF
The Home of Good
Bread and Pastry
THE. OCALA TMt
DAILY AND WEEKLY
The Best Advertising Medium
Tn Central Florida
GET OUR PRICES ON JOB WORK
Go To School ?
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGE FOR
An Institution of the Highest Rank
for the Education of Young Women
589 students from 52 Florida counties
and 11 states 1915-16. Total 818 in including
cluding including summer school. Write at once
EDWARD CONRADI, President.
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