The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.) ( lcsh )
newspaper ( marcgt )
newspaper ( sobekcm )
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Scattered showers and thunder
storms tonight and probably Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
VOL. 22, NO. 192
" 9


Teutons Made Slight Gains at Verdun
but British, Italians and
Russians Advanced
Associated Press)-
London, Aug. 9q-Zeppelins again
raided the east coat of England and
the southea?t coast of Scotland early,
this morning, tTropping 160 bombs
and causing twenty-three casualtie3,
according to the British official state statement.
ment. statement. There were fr'om seven to ten
machines engaged. Nothing was said
in reference to property damage or
whether the Zeppelins were damaged.
The Germans launched powerful at attacks
tacks attacks along the Somme and in the
Verdun region last njght. The French
admit the Germans gained positions
near Thiaumont work near Verdun,
but say the attacks on the Somme
front were repulsed.
The British also announced a' silght
forward movement ; on the Somme
front. A wireless from Rome says
the Austrians were pursued by tlalian
cavalry and abandoned many posi
tions on the Tconzo and Carco fronts.
The Russians report the capture of
Tysmientsai in Galicia. General Let Let-chitzky
chitzky Let-chitzky took 7400 prisoners.
Rome announces that Gorizia is en entirely
tirely entirely in Italian hands. Ten thousand
Austrians were taken prisoners.
- : TURKS'"'
Petrograd officials announced that
the Armenian tawns of Mush and Bit Bit-lis"
lis" Bit-lis" have been captured by the Turks.
Obstinate fighting continues in that
region. '.' ,V V,"'
Dollars Worth of Property and Many
. Lives Lost by a Cloudburst
r in West Y.irgf nia '.
, ; (Associated Press) s- j
; Huntington, W. Va., Aug. 9. Prop Property
erty Property loss of more than a million dol dollars
lars dollars was caused by a cloudburst re resulting
sulting resulting in a flood; sweeping' down
Cabin 'Creek Valley today, according
to reports reaching here. Rumors
are persistent that a score were killed
at Acme, but these reports are denied
by the Acme Coal company.
Measure Carrying $267,000,000
Now Safely Through
Both Houses
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 9.-The House
adopted the conference report on,, the
army appropriation bill, "carrying two
hundred and sixty-seven millions. The
measure had previously been adopted
by the Senate. ,- ; u -. 4
The Child Labor Bill Went Through
. the Senate j "V
(Associated Press) v:
Whing ; '.. Aug. 9. The, Senate
late yeste if T. passed the billto pre prevent
vent prevent inf T I commerce in products
of ch v by a vote of 52 .to 12.
t; had already passed the
g Tuesday night; the
'received six new appli-
,-6n$. which makes twenty they
now nave uii AiiixvA
Messrs. W. E. Smith and T. D
tr were instructed in the
mvsteries of the first degree. n
There was a large attendance, and
the pleasure of tLi, evening was add added
ed added to hy the Odd Fellows orchestra,
rpnrlpred niusic .from 7 p. m.
until time to call the lodge to order.
The new and very handsome catalog
of the Maxwell cars for the year be beginning
ginning beginning July 1st, has arrived and will
be mailed, out to any one interested.
T. R. Carroll. Maxwell distributor,
Ocila, Florida. ;V.
The Evening Star may always be
f f.-frA fin sale at (Jerii's News

Store.'" '. -17-tf


Federal Mediation Board Induces Em Employers
ployers Employers and Employes to Accept :'
V Its Services
(Associated Press) :
New York, Aug. 9, The national
conference of railroad managers
again rejected the demands at four
brotherhoods for' an eight hour day
and time and a half for- overtime. The
managers proposed to submit their
differences io't a federal mediation
board., A. B Garretson rejected the
proposal on behalf of the men. Gar Garretson,
retson, Garretson, however, "had no objections to
the roads making an appeal. In that
event, he said the men could make
known their attitude toward the fed fed-eral
eral fed-eral board, in theirT reply. Garretson
indicated ,the reply would be favor favorable.
able. favorable. MEDIATORS ON THE GROUND
The mediation board sent f rom
Washington last, night by the presi president
dent president was in session in a nearby hotel.
The managers soon. appealed to the
board to mediate', The board then of offered
fered offered its services, to the men and at
noon was still awaiting a reply. It
was indicated the men would agree to
arbitrate. :
New York, Aug. ,9, 2:19 p. m.
The threatened strike of four hundred
.thousand railroad employes was
averted when the 'men accepted the
proffer of the federal board of med mediation
iation mediation and T conciliation to mediate
their differences
THE' nEcond
Fifty-Seven Deaths and 183 New
Cases' of Infantile Paralysis in
New York in 24 Hours
(Associated Press).
New York, Aug. 9. The number of
deaths from infantile paralysis broke
all records today. For the t day end ending
ing ending at 10 this morning there were 57
deaths and 184new cases. ;
There was another spirited discus discussion
sion discussion of the "proposed plumbrngl ordi ordinance
nance ordinance before council last night. Since
the last meeting of the body, there
has been an investigation of the ques question,
tion, question, as to whether the ordinance re returned
turned returned by;, the .mayor unsigned,- and
which 'council held- in abeyance, had
become a law: It was decided" that
the measure had not become a law,
and an entirely new ordinance, con containing
taining containing the amendments approved by
the judiciary committee; was intro introduced
duced introduced ; last night. ? The GreenfLbve GreenfLbve-ridge
ridge GreenfLbve-ridge amendment to permit any per
son' to do plumbing, provided that the
work meet the approval of the, plumb
ing inspector, again' came under fire.
Councilman Mclvert with considerable
feeling "contended that" the ordinance
would work a hardship on many a
poor .citizen unless the .Green-Love-
ridge.. amendment be adopted. Coun
cilman Fausett spoke in favor of the
amendment for similar reasons.
Councilman MefFert. proposed a iiew
section for. the ordinance providing
that a property owner might do his
ownplumbing work en his own .prem
ises under the supervision of the
plumbing inspector, and providing
that in case of such work there be
an extra charge of $1 ;for each extra
visit, Mr. Meff ert did riot n think
there -was any harm irf the clause, as
it had been stated that there was no
way of "preventing a property owner
from doing work on his own property.
Councilmen Gerig and Weathers
voted against the Mefferi amendment,
which" was' incorporated in the ordi
nance, .ine orainance was piacea on
first "read to take its usual course. S
IvMr. Emanuel" Martin,' who is acting
city attorney in; the absence of Fred Frederick
erick Frederick Hocker, wrote the amendment
proposed by Councilman Meffert." Af
ter the adoption of v the, amendment,
Mr. Martin stated that he 'wished to
have it understood that he, had noth
ing to. "do with the new provision ex except,
cept, except, tfie" actual writing of it." He
thought that the amendment would
play havoc with the whole ordinance.
Mr. Martin had previously expressed
a doubt as to whether there was real
ly any difference between a property
owner himself doing work on his
own property, and a property, owner
emnloviner someone else to do -the
x v i
Mr. Charles A Tremere of B elle elle-view,
view, elle-view, was last night elected exalted
ruler of the Pcala lodge, in place of
Mr. R. S. Rogersjf who is shortly to
leave the city,



Of Europe are Five Million Men,
Twice the Number Engaged in
.Any Previous War
(Associated Press)
New YorkAug. 9-More than five
million prisoners, more than double
the number of men engaged in any
previous war, .are-' confined in the
prison camps of Europe, according to
Dr. John 'Mott,- general secretary of
the International Committee of Young
Men's Christian Associations,' who
returned to this country today. Dr.
Mott visited nearly all European
countries since May.
Ed. Carmichael Offers ttt Lead jn the
' Necessary Enterprise
Mr, Ed. Carmichael appeared be before
fore before council last night and made prb
posals to the city with regard to the
repairing of the Silver Springs road,
and with regard to lighting the
springs. Mr. Carmichael -told council
that if the city would remove the lime
rock from the pit east of Greenwood
cemetery and place the material on
theroadside near the pit, he felt, con confident
fident confident that a sufficient fund could be
raised among the citizens of Ocala to
repair the highway now in such
wretched condition v because of. the
city's being without sufficient road
funds. 3Ir. Carmichael said that he
would Himself furnish a double wagon
and team for the work, and keep it
busy until the repair,. was finished. At
the instance of Councilman ; Meffert,
President Nash appointed a commit committee,
tee, committee, consisting of Councilmen Meffert,
Mcl ver ,,andy ; Fausett, to investigate
the matted for the purpose of finding
out what might be done. The commit committee
tee committee will report back at the next meet meeting
ing meeting of counciL i t
Mr.v Carmichael asked for lights at
Silver Springs. He said if current
was furnished he would pay for i If
council did not see its way clear to
furnishing : current at ; this time, Mr.
armichael asked that he be permit permitted
ted permitted to use a small exciter, which the
city is not now using, paying he would
install the same, and operate, it at his
own t expense, ; the exciter to remain
the property of .the city Council
thought Mr. Carmichael's request a
reasonable one. and on motion of
Councilman Meffert ."permission was
given Mrr Carmichael to use the ex exciter
citer exciter on conditio!? .that it: remain the
property of the city,' which reserves
the right to remove it at any time.
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We give prescription wcrk prompt
attention and what the doctor orders
ycu get. The Court Pharmacy. tf
... -. ; -'
' We -carry, a 'full line of) Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's V,

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tiistice : "In Europe They W ouldn't Arbitrate"


To Represent the United States on
' the American and Mexican
. ; Commission v ''
(Associated Press) f
Washington, Aug. J9. Secretary of
the Interior Lane and Associate Jus Justice
tice Justice of the Supreme Court Brahdeis
have been selected as-two American
mediators to the join- commission to
settle the Mexican difficulties. The
other member will be announced later.
The government has formally an announced
nounced announced its acceptance of Carranza's
proposal." The president requested the
third man to att as mediator by tele telegraph.
graph. telegraph. vTh'e first subject to be treated
will be the withdrawal of American
troops from Mexico.
The miKtary situation disposed of,
the commission will be ready to pro proceed
ceed proceed with its investigation to deter determine
mine determine whether certain interests desir desiring
ing desiring intervention are responsible for
border raids.
Wheat Rose to $1.50 Today in Chi Chi-cago,
cago, Chi-cago, an Advance of 8
C Cents
'. (Associated Press)
Chicago; Aug. 9i Wheat
shot up
eight cents at the openeing: of the
market today, on receipt of a govern government
ment government report showing the condition of
the crop as bad. There -. were wild
scenes" in the pit. .. When, a relative
steadiness had. been established,". the
prices were 5 to 6 cents higher
than yesterday's close.
,: ;. t
Later May wheat-weht to the phe phenomenal
nomenal phenomenal price of $1.50 a bushel", 8
cents over yesterday's, close, and 46
cents higher than a year ago. v
Chicago, Aug. 9, 2 :19 p. m. After
the midday buying", the fever; grew
more intense, and the market climbed
twelve cents over '"yesterday's close.
At times the market was. bare of of of-fenngs.
fenngs. of-fenngs.
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: r F "a1
. Ws have &. nw perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, & fine lastii?r extract, $2 per
ounce." Gerig's. i: tf
We carry a full line' of Thermos fill fillers.
ers. fillers. The Court Pharmacy. tf


Results ia Decrease of Prices and an
Imperative Demand for
Good Roads
According to the New York Times
there is one automobile for every 25
persons in Jthe United States, and the
number of carsv is daily increasing.
The day is not far off when the auto
will be in reach of nearly everyone.
It is obvious, 'therefore, that good
roads must be built, and that the sec section
tion section of the country that does not build
good roadst will suffer accordingly.
The motorist will go many miles out
of the way in order to avoid bad
roads. In other words the motorist
will follow the line of least resistance,
not alone for the sake of comfort, but
for the sake of his car. Good roads
save wear and tear on any vehicle.
Following are some of the county
good roads bond issues in Florida, all
recent with the exceptio nof those in
Duval and Hillsborough counties :
Duval $1,000,000; St. Johns $600, $600,-000;
000; $600,-000; Volusia, $1,000,000; Brevard,
$450,000; St. Lucie, $300,000; Palm
Beach, $800,000; Dade, $1,000,000;
Hillsborough, ;; $1,000,000; Putnam,
$300,000; Seminole, $450,000; Orange,
$600,000 ; Palk, $1,500,000 ; Taylor,
$600,000 ; Leon, $200,000. jO
Good roads are built, and are build building
ing building all down the East Coast of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, and from the East Coast across
to Tampa The logical route to Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and South Florida fromthe north
i3 through Marion county. But with
first class roads down the East Coast
into South Florida the motorist will
travel that route, ancV-not- through
Central Florida ,unless Central Flor Florida
ida Florida puts itself on a footing with the
East Coast in the matter of high highways.
ways. highways. .Which means that a county
building good roads helps the adjoin
ing counties and, on the contrary, a
county with "poor roads, between two
ore more counties having good roads,
injures those two or more counties.
Marion county has at present 209
miles of hard-surfaced roads, and
certainly none of the county's trunk
roads are impassable. One never
hears of a car bogged up over night
in this county, as'js the case in other
counties and in other states. But.Marr
ion should be able to' compete with the
. I ,have just taken 1n exchange a
baby Maxwell, two-clinder, two-pas-serigr
.car. Fully equipped and in
fine condition throughout and looks
good. A bargain, and will move quick.
Hurry if you want it. It is the latest
of this model that was manufactured.
Cash or time.. R. R. Carroll dSw
Horse, cow and poultry feed, corn,
oats, hay and sweet feed. Ocala
Seed Store.. 8-1-tf
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R R. Carroll.


Another Outbreak in the Council
Meeting Regarding Police
' Efficiency'
Mr. C. C. Cash, until recently a
plain clothes man placed on the police
force at the instance of the mayor for
the purpose of running down "blind
tigers," was the subject of consider considerable
able considerable controversy before council last
night, following the appearance be before
fore before that body of the mayor, who ask asked
ed asked that Mr. Cash be given a perma permanent
nent permanent position as a police officer. Mr.
Cash was present. A letter from
City Recorder Laurie T. Izlar was
read commending Mr. Cash as having
done, "more work since he had been
on the force than all the balance of
the force together."
President Nash appointed a com committee
mittee committee consisting of Councilmen Mc Mc-Iver,
Iver, Mc-Iver, Kinght and Meffert to investi investigate
gate investigate the records of the police court.
Mayor Robertson told council that
he thought Mr. Cash would make a
good policeman. The mayor said that
he differed with City Marshal Carter,
andvthought that another police of officer
ficer officer was needed. v
President Nash had read a letter
from the city recorder, Laurie T. Iz Izlar,
lar, Izlar, dated August 5, which was as
follows: -"Col.
George -A. Nash, President of
City Council, Ocala, Floridal
"Dear Sir: In reply to your in inquiry
quiry inquiry as to theservices rendered by
C,C. Cash' as policeman, beg to say
that a. bare inspection of the docket
of the recorder's court .will answer
your inquiry very conclusively. -It
will show that Cash has done more
work since he has been on the force
than all of the balance of the force
together. He appears to me to be
more vigilant and impartial in the
discharge of his duties than any man
we have had on the force for quite ai
while, and comes nearer earning his
wages. If the others were as watch-;
f ul and prompt 'in making arrests in
all cases "violated, we would in my
opinion soon have much less of com complaint
plaint complaint as to open violations of the
city's ordinances."
President Nash, fojlowing the read reading
ing reading of the letter, told council that the
recorder had 'made many complaints
with regard to the police. At which
Councilman Meffert said that, that
being the case, the recorder should
prefer charges;
; President Nash thought that an another
other another policeman was needed, and fav favored
ored favored Mt. Cash." Councilman Knight,
chairman of the police committee of
council, said that he thought the city
had sufficient police; and stated that
if Mrl Cash were placed on the force,
one." of :. the further officers should go.
Referring to the recenta editorial in
the Star regarding the activities of
Mr. Cash as special policeman, Presi President
dent President Nash said that Mr. Cash said it
was absolutely false. Councilman
Gerig thought the "bling tigers" were
noV familiar with Mr. Cash, and. his
usefulness in apprehending this law lawless
less lawless element therefore was gone.
Councilman Weathers thought it
shouid be explained that City Marshal
Carter had nothing personal against
Mr. Cash, but was simply of the opin opinion
ion opinion that another policeman on the reg regular
ular regular force was not needed at this' time,
and ,ihat Mr. Cash, having become
known, had ceased to be useful In
capturing "tigers." Councilman Faus Fausett
ett Fausett wanted to kno wif there was any
special crime wave in the city to
bring about such a demand for an in increased
creased increased police force. Councilman
Meffert moved that the president of
council appoint a committee of three
to investigate the docket of the re
corder's court, the motion carried,
and President Nash appointed Coun Councilmen
cilmen Councilmen Mclver, Knight and Meffert. ;
Later in the evening, in answer tp
a question put by Councilman Meffert
regarding the instructions given the
police, City Marshal Carter, speaking
of the handling of traffic, in which it
had been said that Mr. Cash was es
pecially active, said that he did not
think the traffic laws were intended
to oppress anyone. Mr. Carter saia
that on one occasion Mr. tash arrest
ed an old negro hack driver for hav
ing his hack against the curb instead
of at an angle of 45 degrees, as pro
vided for in the Weathers ordinance.
The old negro, according to the mar marshal,
shal, marshal, had protested that he did not
know "nuthin' "bout no forty-five de
grees. President NasKlsaid that he
had seen several autos for hire stand stand-ins
ins stand-ins for hours agrainst the curb around
the courthouse square, and that no ar
rest had been made. Mr. Carter said
that he did not see the autos referred
to. He said that' a majority of the
people, and especially those from out
of the city, were not familiar with the
traffic requirements. Councilmen
Gerig and Fausett said that they
( Concluded on Last Page)



City Council at Last Night's J lee ting
j Adopted the Budget Cor the
Ensuing Year
. The city tax levy for the fiscal year
of 1916-17 will be 11 mills. Council
last night adopted the budget prepar prepared
ed prepared by City Clerk Sistfunk without
change, except that Mr. Sistrunk's
suggestion, to let the profits from the
new plants take care of the retire retirement
ment retirement of the light and water bonds, as
the only means of making the levy
less than 13 mills, was agreed to.
With this exception the budget was
adopted unanimously, although Coun Councilman
cilman Councilman Moore had offered a substitute
budget, proposing, among other
things, to reduce the millage by rais raising,
ing, raising, the light and water rates. The
law "says that council shall provide a
sinking fund for the light and water
bonds, but council took the position
last night thatj it would be best to
take a chance on providing the sink sinking
ing sinking funds out of the profits of the
new plants, in view of the abnormal
conditions now obtaining. It was
pointed out that should the profits 'of
the plants fail to be sufficient" to pro pro-Vide
Vide pro-Vide the sinking funds, the funds
could be provided for later with a re refunding
funding refunding issue. This would not be the
best manner of Drovidincr for the
funds, it was said, but council felt
that it should take the chance so as to
give as much relief as possible from
heavy taxation..
The estimate for the street depart department
ment department is placed at $7550 as against
$8147 expended this year. Councilman
Mclver, chairman of the street com committee,
mittee, committee, stressed the importance of
having a sufficient f tnd to take care
of the streets, calling attention to the
fact the city this year did not have
enough money to keep the streets re
paired. Mr. Mclver was assured that
there would be enough money for this
purpose, his attention being called to
several items for the street depart department
ment department in this year's budget that would
not have to be provided for in the new
budget. A steam roller and a supply
.e L i.ti. :x At.r
Protesting against ihe proposal to
reduce the millage by increasing the
rates on light and, water, Councilman
Gerig said that it would not be at all
fair to make the few consumers bear
the burden of taxes that should be
borne by all.
In te budget proposed by Mr.
Moore is recommended a reduction of
the expense of light for public use
from $4000 to, $2400; and Mr. Moore
says in this connection:
"I do not think the city ought to pay
more than 2 cents for this electri electricity
city electricity furnished itself, and this is the
price which is charged to any largt
consumer of. electricity. The city certainly-ought
o supply itself with elec electricity
tricity electricity as cheaply as it supplies an
"In -his budget Mr. Moore also re
duces tne nydrant rental irom izsoy
to $2400, "because from all the infor
mation I am able to obtain I do not
Heve that more than $2400 worth of
water per year is ever used through
our fire hydrants f or fire purposes. In
fact, I understand that in a great
many cities there is no charge made
for hydrant rental, even when the
water plant is privately owned."
With reference to money to be rais
ed for sinking fund and interest fund
for water works bonds and electric
light bonds, Mr. Moors says, "I do
not fhink it just, neither do I think it
good business to raise these funds
through geenral taxation. These
funds ought to be taken care of out
of electric light and water plants."
Mr. Moore made no fight for his
budget. He voted with the rest of the
council for the budsret prepared by
the city clerkT
Mr. David Henny, of the firm of
Twombly & Henny, engineers for the
city In charge of the" construction ox
the new lignt and. water piant, cas
been sick since he left the city sev several
eral several days ago. President Nash of
council last night read a telegram
from Mr. Henny to Mr. Robert Ebner,
in which 3Ir. Henny states that he
will return to Ocala as soon as hi3
physician permits him to do so, and
that on his return here he will have
the leak in the new reservoir at the
water works repaired without cost to
the city.
Mr. Henney's telegram to Mr. Eb Ebner
ner Ebner reads:
"Your telegram of August 5 re received
ceived received this morning too late to reach
Ocala Tuesday. Advise President
Nash I will be in Ocala as soon as my
doctor permits. In the meantime keep
reservoir in service apd when 1 arrive
will have it put in proper condition
without expense to city."
Fresh fail garden seed now in. The
Ocala Seed Store. ; 8-1-tf





It. H. Carroll, General Manager ... Port V. Leavenrood, Badneaa Manager
J. IX. Benjamin, Editor
Entered et Ocala, Fia., postofflce as second class matter.


(Domestic) (Feretgn)
One year, in advance........ ...$5.00 One year, tn advance ..L00
fclx months, in advance 2.50 Six month. In advance....,... 4.25
Three months, in advance 1.25 Three months, 4n advance...... 2.25
One month, in advance......... 60 One month, in advance...... .SO

, The Allies fight" for American ideals
while the Americans make money.
J. J. Mendenhall's home at Clear Clearwater,
water, Clearwater, one of the finest residences on
the west coast was sold at public
auctien Monday for $10,000, to satisfy
claims of -his creditors.
We see by the Columbia State that
Gcvemor Manning is a candidate for
re-election in South Carolina, but a
close perusal of that paper's columns
fails to reveal the name of the man
running against him.
Some very good recommendations
are made by Mr. J. D. McCaskill in
"his letter elsewhere. The question is,
will our people ever have, the organiz organized
ed organized and systematic patriotism to carry
out such suggestions. 7 I
The ridiculous' claim of the Catts
organs that the press of the state was
supporting their candidate is easily
refuted by the Lakeland Telegram,
which finds 2G papers outspoken for
Knott and only 11 for Catts.
American newspaper correspond correspondents
ents correspondents say' that Joff re looks and acts
like ': Ulysses "S. Grant. He has a
somewhat similar task, of crushing a
brave and skillful enemy by the" per persistent
sistent persistent attrition of superior 'forces.
The Star does not like- to disagree
with the two very able senators from
Florida, and it seldom does so. It
thinks, however, that they are taking
the wrong position on the child labor
bill. Florida has a good, tho' not too
good, law on the subject, hut it
doesn't help the children in some
other states.
In his speech at Detroit Monday
night, Mr. Hughes, said: "We have
had an exhibition during the past
three years which, I confess, fills me
witW a deep sense of shame. I have
not a particle of militaristic spirit in
my system, but if I am elected presi president
dent president I will see to it that American
right3 in Mexico are respected."
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One thing that this country has a
right to be proud of in the grekt war
is the AmericanAmbulance Corps in
France. It is made up of Americans
and ; supported by American money.
The members go into the most deadly
danger in order to bring 'off. the
wounded, and the corps has" been fre frequently
quently frequently praised by French generals
and high .officials.'
The, supreme court has again ruled
against Catts. The Jacksonville Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis of Monday says:'"All ques question
tion question of the constitutionality of the
second-choice provision of the Bryan
primary' law was "this morning set
aside by the state supreme court in. a
ruling which declared it constitu constitutional.
tional. constitutional. In this decision the court over overruled
ruled overruled all questions of few argued by
counsel ;; for.;.' Sidney ; J.lCatts'.The
Catts attorneys contended that the
second-choice voting provisions of the
primary law are unconstitutional", and
sought to have, the court so declare
"During, the discussion of the
plumbing ordinance last nighty Coun Councilman
cilman Councilman Gerig pointed out that Ocala
has the lowest light rate and lowest
water rate in the 1 "state," says the
Ocala Star.' T"he. item was a four-line
paragraph, but it was" worth half a
column. That the people of Ocala
have the lowest, light and water rates
in Florida is something to tell about
and emphasize. There is something
alse that no doubt could be added and
that is, that Ocala hasexcellent water
and a very jSatisfactory lighting plant.
The rates were not quoted, but the
people no doubt appreciate good ser service
vice service and reasonable expense in these
two, necessary utilities Times-Union
Short Talks. k 4
Short Talks with his usual public
spirit, extends the advertising. The
rate, by the way,-is G cents per k. w.
for lighting, and for power is, from
G cents down 'to 2k, according to
amount used.
The Tinros-Union, in an article
headed, "History as it is Made," com completely
pletely completely disposes of the myth that has
been so widely circulated of late
years that Frederick the Great and
Prussia were devoted friends of Wash Washington
ington Washington and America'durirlg the Revo Revolutionary
lutionary Revolutionary war. The TimesjUnion's
article fits history very closely. The
only disinterested friend of any prom prominence
inence prominence America had in Europe during
the Revolution was the young French Frenchman,
man, Frenchman, LaFayette Other Frenchmen of
less prominence were inspired by him
to side with America, and France
and Frenchmen became our strug struggling
gling struggling country's most powerful" allies.
The. king of France, however, aided
America in order to hurt his most
hated enemy, England; and Frederick
the Great sympathized with Washing Washington
ton Washington because he was proving such an
annoyance to England, which country
was then the object of Frederick's
sincere dislike. A much better friend
to America than Frederick was the
Earl of Chatham, an Englishman, who


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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.
opposed the government's policy in
driving the colonies into rebellion.
And for that there were a great many
Englishmen in the continental army,
men who came to America 'to better
their condition, and even some who
fought with the 'colonies simply from
their idea of fairness. The German
soldiers who were in the American
army sold' their services to America
as they would have sold them to any
other nation. They did good work,
and this country cannot too highly
honor the names of DeKalb ; and
Steuben. But it owes no debt of
gratitude to Germany, nor to the
Germans in the sense it owes it to
France and Frenchmen.
It has come to light that the great
Russian drive against Austria started
a month ahead of time because' Italy
sent rifles to arm' Russia's new troops.
Italy had a million rifles in reserve
that there seemed to be no immediate
need for, and shipped them to Russia
thru Archangel., Before. they reached
the Russian soldiers, the',1 Germans
learned of the shipment and at once
in stigated the Austrians to make a
drive against the Italians. In order
to do this, large numbers of Austrian
troops were drawn from the Russian
front and sent to the Italian, and the
drive started immediately after that
seemed for awhile about f to overrun
all Northern Italy. But the Russians
guessed what had happened and start started
ed started a drive of their own, which smash
ed the Austrian line in thei? front and
compelled the troops of the dual em
pire vto return to the east, too late
however, to stop the Muscovite ad
A dispatch from London says that
A. J .. Hemphill of New York, treas treasurer'
urer' treasurer' of the Commission for Relief in
Belgium, has returned from a trip of
inspection whi dh covered r thoroughly
the operation of the commission in
Belgium and Northern r France,'; and
he expresses himself 1 in the Asso Associated
ciated Associated Press as very proud y of ..the
work which the Americans are doing
in the occupied areas. Mr. Hemphill
says the people : of ? JBelgium are in
dire want and if it. wasn't for the
$6,000,000 a month contributed by the
outside world ( principally America)
hundreds. of thousands'of them would
jstarve to death.' He ays that :he
Germans are acting honestly toward
the' contributors that they never
make an attempt to divert any of the
supplie's from the Belgians to their
own use, He also says that the Ger German
man German landsturm which garrisons the
country is as kind to the people as tit
can be under the circumstances.
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There will be a meeting of the
board of trade Friday night, at 7:30
o'clock. One of the matters to be
considered will be the removal f the
offices of the board to another loca location.
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If you are a sufferer, if your daughter,
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The following from the Toronto
Mail and Empire probably expresses
the British and French opinion of Mr.
Hughes as a candidate for the presi presidency:
dency: presidency: Hughes and Wilson
The attitude of ex-Chief Justice
Charles E. Hughes toward Germany
and the Entente Allies in their con controversies
troversies controversies with the United States has
been purposely obscure. In his first
broadside at 'the Wilson administra administration,
tion, administration, accepting the republican nomi nomination,
nation, nomination, he still covers over his dispo disposition.
sition. disposition. He assails President Wilson's
wordiness in dealing with Germany,
and blares forth a call for the cham championship
pionship championship of United States rights, by
whomsoever violated, but he dexter dexterously
ously dexterously keeps; away from i- the vital
ground of what he would have done
had he, in the White House, had to
deal with the concrete promlems
faced by Mr. Wilsom
Political strategy would require the
republican candidate to- veil his pre predispositions,
dispositions, predispositions, in the earlier part of the
campaign, at least, while attacking
the course of the president on all of
its many vulnerable points. In a ser
ies of difficult positions such as were
presented to Mr.? Wilson, any policy
adopted would be open to sharp crit
icisms, v It was morally impossible to
devise a course not objectionable in
some important feature. .There- was
always the risk of war, which the
president' wisely tried to shun, and
the necessity of holding, Germany in
its proper place. No doubt the presi president
dent president wasted much notepaper, and
used grave"i diplomatic language
when the fist to back it up was hang hanging
ing hanging loosely. But when Mr. Wilson
finally made up his mind to break off
diplomatic relations he made it1 up
tirinly, enough, and Germany had to
crawl on the submarine issue, in the
fice of a strongly-united .support of
ii 4 '" ir tt i t t
rne presiaenrDy ine umiea otates
people." Looking back now, at the
submarine controversy, and at i the
twin results achieved -German ( back backdown
down backdown and. the maintenance of peace
the people of the United States have
good reason to. feel satisfied with the
administration's attorneyship for
them in the crisis. No doubt Presi
dent Wilson missed a, great moral op
portunity when he failed to protest," in
the name of international good faith,
against the violation of Belgian neu
trality, but even Mr. Hughes does not
dare criticise him for that absentation.
So far as the Allies are" concerner,
Mr. Hughes, if elected, might not be
more disposed to put real difficulties
in their way than Mr. Wilson has
been, i But the Allies at least know
Mr.4 Wilson, his idas and policies, his
reasonableness and his cautious mod
eration. AH they could ask, now that
Germany has been forced to stop
wholesale and ruthless submarine
warfare, is i;hat they be left as, free
as possible to "finish their work."
They would ndt fare better at the
hands of a republican presdient in that
respect. v f
Belleview, Aug. 8. Messrs. Lee
Suggs : and Frank Greenhaulght, two
farmer boys worn west of town, listen listened
ed listened to the sirenybice of Recruiting Of Officer
ficer Officer Blalock as he blew into town last
Friday afternoon! The officer stopped
Gates' oil tank wagon and piled one
of the boys on top of the tank, while
the other one climbed onto the rear
seat of the officer's motorcytle, and
with feet ; dangling, off they sped to
join the army.
.Talking about this mobilization' ex
citement I am willing to mafc6 rash
guess as follows: that the1 Second Reg
imentnow encamped at Black Point
will not see. the Mexican border, the
state of Texas or go beyond the bor
der of the state pf Florida. The time
has passed.' Nevertheless the encamp encampment
ment encampment is one of the best things that
ever happened for every man in the
entire" regiment.
; Bileview was honored by a short
visit from Rev. Sidney J. Catts, dem democratic
ocratic democratic nominee for governor, J last
Thursday afternoon. He was on'his
way to Leesburg, .where he expected
to speak that night,, and in returning
he was to stop at Oklawajiaand tell
the yeomanryof that "delightful pre
cinct the why, and wherefores of his
continued campaign Friday afternoon,
i Mr. and Mrs. Henry R. Shaw re
turned last Thursday from a delight
ful trip to Southern. Georgia. ;
Mrs. Wm. F. Abshire and all the
children went to Jacksonville last
Tuesday to visit her, son Alfred at
Black Point.
Mr. A. J. Conley of Quitman,. Ga.,
who represents the Consolidated Nav
al Scores Co, was a busy business
visitor to Belleview last Wednesday.
A lig man and a big company.
f In response to the urgent demand
from the boys at Black Point, a num number
ber number of the ladies of Belleview. met at
the library and sewed comfort bags.'
The boys call them housewives
They were "duly packed up and dis
patched special delivery to the ladies
in Ocala via the kindness of Mr. Nor Norton
ton Norton Davis, where they : will be com completed
pleted completed by being stuffed with needles,
thread and other little necessities. ;
" Mr. Tremere made a business trip
lo Ocala last Wednesday.
V Mr. Tremere made another business
trip to Ocala last Friday.
jvir. iremere intends to make an
other business trip to Ocala next
Tuesday and will combine pleasure
with business by attending the regu
lar meeting of the Elks' lodge, a My
private opinion publicly expressed is
that Mr. Tremere is making alto
gether too many trips of late to Ocala,
The Masons hold tneir regular

monthly meeting Thursday night,
Aug. 10th, and there promises to be

something doing.
; Mrs. J. Nj Brown is spending the
week-end in Ocala.
The two Mr, Davenports, father and
son, motored up to Jacksonville ana
have returned after spending several
days very pleasantly in the metrop metropolis.
olis. metropolis. : :-;'; .''."-: :v
While Mrs. Grant was in town
Thursday she dropped a small bunch
of keys, and would feel .obliged if the
finder would returnthem.
The .writer had the very distinguish
ed honor of meeting the Rev. Sidney
J. Catts of gubernatorial fame, his
son and fMr.4 Brantley of Altoona, as
they stopped in'town for a breathing
spell last Friday if ternoon on their
way to Oxford.
Mr. George Arthur Camp passed
thru Belleview for the first time in
many, months last Friday morning. He
has been up in Georgia adjusting his
business affairs. He had with him a
long bottle "of peanut oiL i :
Mr. Donald C. Stanley made a bus business
iness business trip to Ocala last Thursday and
disposed of a number of gallons of
pure honey. : V
Cheerful Dr. Henry spent an hour
or so in town last Thursday afternoon,
smiling, saying howdy and expressing
his views on the, proposed bond issue.
Belleview has a little, bit of a bonding
proposition on its hands that stands
out in bold relief. The -city fathers
saw fit to buy a gas lighting plant,
said to cost about $2,800. We had no
money to buy it witfi but Belleview
is rich in the expectation, so ; ; we
bought the plant. A number of so so-called
called so-called bonds, notes or certificates of
indebtedness were issued at $100 per,
and a number of people looking for
8 or 10 per cent returns, confidingly
deposited good, hard money for some
of thehe bonds. They still 'have them.
The town is in debt nearly four thou thousand
sand thousand dollars. The revenue from tax taxation
ation taxation for each year is only about $600,
and the interest bill is about $300 per.
year. We still owe for the plant.'.- We
have lights about 75 nights in the en entire
tire entire year and one of these days the
people that think the town of Belle Belleview
view Belleview owes them some money are go going
ing going to make little requests to "please
remit," and after that they are going
to do something else, and then there
is going to be an awful big row in
this little, bit of a town. ? Oh, "yes!
Belleview is a fine field for talking
and boosting for an issue, of bonds.
Come on down and listen t6 our tale
of Jvoe. 'About the first of the year I
bought a city lot for $10. I asked the
county : tax collector at r Ocala how
much taxes I owed for it. He ren rendered
dered rendered me a bill for $9.17. I then
went to the tax collector for the town
arid h gently touched me for V25.
Oh, yes;' I am for bonds. Sure Mike.
J;! T.' Melvih: a' still darkey; was
found dead in his quarters last Mon Monday.
day. Monday. He had; been in poor health for
some timel f
Mr. and llrstr A. E. Ash worth of
Zuber are nicely located in the Lee
cottage and will, open up our school
the last Monday in August.
Mr. John E. Tremere .writefs that he
is pleasantly, situated on the borders
of Lake fWinnepesauke, near Mere Meredith,:
dith,: Meredith,: N. H. Hehas a Chandler six
boat and & couple, of barrels of cold
ones down in .the cellar. He begs to
ones down, in the celler. fie begsto
be remembered v :to Djad Hardison,
Harry Peter and a host of others, and
expects to be in Florida some tipie in
September or October, and has made
arrangements, to have a few barrels of
cold ones places in cold storage
against his coming. r
Mr. Eugene Dobbs, the ; gasoline
king of Ocala, spent an hour or so in
Belleview' last Thursday, talking good
roads, gasolpe, lubricating oils, au
tomobiles and other subjects of inter
est. w?-'"';'
'.Mr. J. O. Hightower motored into
town last Monday4 morning, picked up
Mr. Tremere and went off to Ocala
with him. tU :-:
E. F. Pettigrew, one of the old re
liable "subscribers of the Star, among
the colored people, cheerfully renews
his subscription ?
Mr. 7 M. P, Turnley of .Tampa, who
is summering; in one'of Mr. Claude IE.
Connor's cottages ; at North Lake,
motored up, last Monday to make train
connection for Tampa.
Miss Mary Gale, who has been
spending the summer at the the state
normal school at Gainesville, returned
home last -Saturday.
Mr. Harry Jones is up from Fruit Fruit-land
land Fruit-land Park, spending- a few ; days
among his f riendsl
Miss Lula Thompson of St.. Cather
ine, after "taking in the barbecue at
Oxford last Saturday,: came upland
spent a couplcof days visiting with
the Tremeres.
Mr. R. S. Rogers (I mean) the. good
looking one) with Mr. Charlie Miller
hesitated in Belleview; earljr ?2ast
Tuesday morning, long enough to
tank up on gas, and shed a few smiles
They were headed for Leesburg. -In
cidentally, these two gentlemen got
up early last Sunday morniiig.and
hitched up Miv. Rogers' Maxwell car,
and sped them away down the Silver
Springs road "till it turned off to the
right and crossed the Oklawaha" river
and on. they sped in high spirits and
with plenty of spirits with them tmrBl
they reached the crossing at Heather
Island ferry. They rolled Mary. Jane
down onto the .fiat and pulled that old
scow across the Stream with a gusto.
All's well, that ends, well. When the
scow hit the landing apron, they give
old Nancy the 'Juice and the two
front wheels rolled proudly, off the
scow and nn ihe incline, and the two
kind wheels kicking with all their 30
horsepower, irresistibly kicked that
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Office In Star Bldg, Plione 51, Ocala,

Following is a list of magazines to
be read at the library whenut is open:
Scientific American; Collier's. : Sat Sat-urday
urday Sat-urday Evening PosJ;," Country Gentle Gentleman,
man, Gentleman, Literary Digest, Review of Re Reviews,
views, Reviews, Popular Mechanics, The Out Outlook,:
look,: Outlook,: Scribner's, Harper's, Century,
Bookman, St. Nicholas, Little Folks,
American, Youths Companion, Ameri American
can American Boy, Woman's Home Companion,
Delineator, Ladies' .World, -.. Ladies'
Home Journal, Pictorial Review, Mod Modern
ern Modern Priscilla, The Musician, Garden
Magazine, McClure's, 'Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur Current
rent Current Opinion,' Physical ;- Culture, Good
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" Is it rheumatism? f f-
Not every pain is.
Weak kidneys let .uric acia couect.
Uric acid causes many queer pains.
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In ther-nerves, neuritis..
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Lake Toxaway, N. C 145
Richmond, Va. ......... $15.75
Roanoke, Va. ... .... 16.53
Saluda, NJ C. 12.35
Spartanburg,, S. C. 112.31
Tate Station, Tenn (for
' TatS Springs) ...... i 45.75
Tryon, N. C. ......... i 35
'Walhalla, S. C. ....... "0
Waynesrille N, C. v.
i Winston-Salem, N. C.
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New Ocala House

A La Carte Service

. We solicit your patronage and
promise you Jhe best the mark market
et market affords at reasonable prices.
East Wing of Ocala House Block
II. D. NELSON, Manager
Formerly of Harrington Hall

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- Druggist and Seedsmen

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We deliver all parcels of reasonable
weight when cash accompanies order.
Ask your doctor to leaver your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions with us, as they arc care carefully
fully carefully compounded, and prompt" deliv
erv made. Faone 30. ''' v

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At Your Service Any Hour


Reasonable Prices Terms Cash J

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better, and will soon be on ?duty.

jLieut. Campbell is a most .efficient

young soldier, and has the goodwill

land confidence of all his comrades.


Yon Have any News, for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Up Five-One-Y

"Miss Leslie Jackson is having
most enjoyable visit at Starke.


3Ioody-Westerfield ':

Miss Maude, Westerheld was mar married
ried married to Mr. Adelbert Moody at Ta Ta-vares
vares Ta-vares yesterday afternoon. Mr. Moody

is an Ocala boy, one of the sons of the

well-remembered Df; Moody, and is at

Mrs. Mary Bogie has gone to Green present in the naval stores business.

Cove Springs for a two weeks stay. I Everybody knows and everybody likes

4: t .s "Dell." His bride is the pretty and
.Miss Willie 'Proctor, after a pleas- accomplished daughter of Mrs. Will Will-ant
ant Will-ant visif to hex relatives here, left to- iam Preece, and has made friends by
day for ner'home at Eureka. the score since coming to ; Ocala a
y :yVVyyy.; short time ago. The wedding is the

Miss Winifred McCully, who has J culmination of a little romance when

been the guest of Miss Jewel Marlow j Mrs. Preece 'and her daughter went to

for a week, has returned home.

Dr. Rice and family have rented a
suite of room at the home of Mrs.

Blanche Whetstone on South

Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Gable and chil children
dren children will go to Safety Harbor Friday
afternoon for a short stay at the cele celebrated
brated celebrated springs. ;

the lake for a six-Weeks stay last
spring. AH "the Ocala 'ministers were
out of town yesterday,, so Mr. Moody
took his fiance to Tavares in a car,

Fifth and after the ceremony had been per

formed there, the young couple Went
to their home near Oklawaha. ? The
Star joins the other friends of Mr.

and Mrs. Moody in best wishes.

No two persons see the same
rainbow. i
The sea-urchin has five teeth
in five jaws, one in each jaw.
Snakes can be killed by an
injection of their own poison.
Three thousand women are
employed in English coal mines.
French beans are not French.
They come from South Amer America.
ica. America. Headaches are often the re result
sult result of not keeping the feet


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.Miss Lillie Eagan, after a pleasant
visit to f Miss Ella Bogie, Jeft yester yesterday
day yesterday for Bradentown, where she will be
the guest of 1 relatives. s

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, Mrf and Mrs. .Thomas Proctor have
returned from a pleasant visit to Mrs.
Proctor's parents, Rev. and Mrs. Z,
CVCrumpton, at Berlin.'
Y Mrs. J. R. Moorhead will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for Black Point to see her son
Mr. Robert Mporhead, who is an of office!
fice! office! on Col. Blanding's staff. j
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Mrs. Harry Booth will leave next
week for a several months visit io her
friends and former neighbors, Mr,
and Mrs. Peacock, in Pittsburg, Pa.
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Dr. F. E. McClane is all smiles to today.
day. today. He expects Mrs.; McClane and
their daughter, Mrs. Adcock and chil children
dren children back tomorrow from the mountains.

Mrs. Petteys and

Miss Petteys, of Mcintosh, were in

the city today shopping and visiting
friends. They extended the ; trip td
Silver Springs.

Notice to O. E. S. .,

On account of remodeling Masonic
hall, the regular meeting of v Ocala
chapter No. 29, O .E. S., will be held
Aug. 24 instead of Aug. 10.' The
worthy matron urges all officers and
members to be present on that date
for initiation of candidates.

The Ocala people who attended the i
birthday celebration -at the home' of
"Grandma" Perkins; east of the river, i

Monday, report a most pleasant oc

casion. It has become the custom of J
children and grandchildren and many J
of the friends of this venerable and
well-beloved old lady to ; meet at her j

home and hold a neighborhood festi

val on each anniversary of her birth,

and .Monday's celebration was one of

the best of a long series; There were

about 150 present, and after meeting
and passing some hours in sociability

they were called to partake of a

splendid dinner. About 4 6 clock in i
the afternoon, all 'gathered around
"Grandma, with best C wishes v and
hones for other hannv meetings yin

granddaughter, future. People were present from!

Oxford, Ocala, Griner Farm, Citra,

Moss Bluff and man yother places.

Some men seem to have reached the
pinnacle off their ambition when they
are able to lie like a circus poster. x

Some political reformers are ush

ered Into office with a lot of noise
and later they are ushered out with
a lot more.
There are 49 species of the house
fly, and each one pt them uses the

polished pate of the bald-headed man

for a skating rink.

Fortunate is the man who can show

a physician's certificate of color-blind

ness when his wife asks him to match
a sample of ribbon -down town. ,.

Usually the man who expresses a

willingness to die fof a woman, during

courtship is too lazy to earn a decent

living for her after marriage.


Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
Cornice Spouting, Skylight!,
Tanks and General Repair
, Work r 6
Sheet Iron and Copper Work
Phone Yonge's Tin Shop 3S8
210 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Flsu

: Mr. J. A. Wiggins and daughter Ef
fie of Romeo, have been the city the
last three days. Mr. Wiggins came to

place his daughter 'under
treatment for her eyes.

' Mrs. George Campbell has received
a letter from the major commanding
the First' Battalion of the Second Reg

iment, conveying the gratifying in

Mr. Irwin Rogers, son of Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Rogers of this city, who
went from Ocala to Chicago, two
years ago, and entered the Lane

Technical Hisrh School, for boys only,

special Lnd joined Troop H First Illinois

Cavalry, was called to the border with

his regiment on the 20th of June, is
now located with his troop at Browns

ville,' Texas., and writes very interest

ing letters home of the life of the sol

diers in camt. 1 Irwin is doing well


V Why don't you send away that little
gift you have been planning to send?
Mere kind intentions never accomplish
any good.
Why don't you speak out encour encouraging
aging encouraging word's that you have in your
thoughts ? Unless you express them
they are of no use to others.
Why don't you answer your friend's
letter at once? It will have a double
value if written promptly, and will
take no more time than by and by.
Why don't you create around you
an atmosphere of happiness and help helpfulness,
fulness, helpfulness, so that all who come in touch
with you may be made better? Is not
this possible? Selected;: v


' If a silly girl
called vivacious.


moSeyJ! she is

TTTT am mavtawIw Ati 4- 4-Vrfc aaIIa InTA

formation that Lieut H. C. Campbell, with his troop, and is receiving fine crawla out through the skylight, v

who has been on the sick list, is much



The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tire A

xouble on the road. Fisk and Hood'
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt-
ly filled.
Phones 43876 Ocal, Fla.

training, but his parents regret that
the call to serve his company had not
I been postponed for two years till he

could have graduated from school.

Mrs: A.' E. Beddinfield,' Miss Nan

Wicker. Mr. Clarence Wicker and

! Most frenzied financiers realize the
fact that there is more money to be
made from a big failure than from a
small success. -.

Master' James' Rape from Montezuma, fOE SPECIALTY SIIOP

Ga., who have been the guests for
some weeks of Mr. and Mrs. J. A.

Walters, have returned home. The above name has been adopted

for tnv dace of business, where you

Mrs. Earl Sheridan and baby will can always find tllatest Magazines, sels; were stopped the-papers, ex-

ma.onAtin ni-npSvine "e"W" ammea ana auowea w jrweeu. uiu-

bers or tnem;were carriea mio Eng English
lish English norts. their careoes seized and

old scow out in the river ; like many

another had done before them and

there they were the kind part of the

auto down in the river and the front
part of the auto up in the air, and the

faithful engine still, continued to kick.

It beats me how so many people wil

go on that river ferryboat and expect

the old fiat to stand still while the two

rear wheels of their car are pushing
it backwards. These two guileless
ones are not the first to do this .trick,
neither will they be the last, and this
is the condition that Mr. Hightower

and Mr. Baldorf found them in as they

appeared upon the scene. Mr. High High-tower
tower High-tower is some engineer, and in a short
time they had arrangements made to
get Nancy out of the river. Mr. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers and Mr. Baldorf pulled on a long
rope that was hitched to a pine tree tree-and
and tree-and run through two or three pulleys.
Mr. Hightower got a big, long pine
sapling, 32 feet long, and used the
front end the scow for a pry, and then
climbed out on the little end and hung
there, yelling for them all to pull and
push. While Mr. Miller jumped in the
river and leaned his mighty left

"j shoulder against the back of the car,

and the harder he pushed the deeper
he sunk in the mud, and with a
mighty effort as he was about to dis disappear
appear disappear below, the water for the first
time, he. gave one desperate upward
push and altogether Nancy climbed
on shore under a full head of steam
and made directly for Mr. Rogers. Mr.
Rogers is some acrobat when it comes
to getting out of the way of a quick
moving automobile1 and Mr. Baldorf
soon capturedfNancy. After that all
was plain sailing; they motored up to

the canal and transferred the accou accoutrements
trements accoutrements to Mr. Hightower's speed
boat and off they went. The little
fishes knew they were coming and
.waited for them and as their baits by
the dark recesses these little fishes
would rush out" and hook on to the
fast flying minnows. It just seemed
like fate and luck was with them, un until
til until it began to rain. It rained In their
shoes and filled their pockets and sat saturated
urated saturated them and the fishing went on,
and Mr. Charlie Miller still smiles and
Mr. Rogers looks like a business man,
and Mr. Hightower and Mr. Boldorf
are saying' nothing, and my firm belief
is that all of these men" should have
been in Sunday school last -Sunday
Anent all this iexcitement about
mobilization of the state troops, the
big battles taking place in Europe,
the arrival and departure of the big
German submarine, etc., the sea bat battles,
tles, battles, by; memory harks back to the
early days of the present war, when
any vessel flying the flag of any na

tion was subject -to peremptory .stop .stoppage
page .stoppage at any hour of the day or night,

and subiect to search of seizure, as

the circumstances warranted. War

ships of the allied nations were not in

any way slow about exercising this
prerogative" and it was with a high
hand they: sailed the high seas and

with a peremptory signor or shot

across the bow stopped the passage
of many a vessel as they sailed the

seas hunting for their port of desti destination.
nation. destination. A number of American ves-


i nnfh Mtea : ci-raxr an1 M s Hunisnn. Exclusive affencv ior tne V. O. WeD'

nuu ,uoa vj.oj : m s -,,r.rr. -i-. nn 1 Unit

t .1 .. j t. -t. mi 1.1 I ster comDanvs "Jji ak bhau

mx. .iv(invv.w. if ornnn KTer. I ... :

. expense ana ueiay. ven our coast

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tu. ri,fc no rfoHofiicv A new line 01 Diruiuay auu uiwu- wise steamers, vuui. nym

-r""-.-"" wrr. in? Pbst Cards, and Score and -.Tally

Tenms for Rent Libt and llcavy Ilsslino F.IovIn?, Packing

lue uKub 'Cards

will meet with Mrs. B. U.-BlackDurn c.nTAs. for card narties. has iust been

Friday afternoon at 3 o'clock., r A received, together with a choice selec-

large attendance is requested as mat tion of Dance Programs, to which

I ters of importance are to be discussed.

port were stopped, visited and allow

ed 'to proceed. These proceedings

were sometimes called high-handed

The commander of a warship while at

sea is a law unto himself; Into his


motor Cars t
Wall Board

Collier Dros.

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The.p'rogram at the Temple today

consists of: "The.Fable of Sister May

Who Did as Well as Would be Ex-
pected," a George Ade fable put into
film by Essanay; "A Woman for a

Day," a Mina comedy; "The Avengmg
i Shot," a Biograph drama, and. a Par Par-i
i Par-i amount Bray cartoon.

Tomorrow Frank Losee will be seen

in "The Evil Thereof," a feature by

Channine Pollock and Renold Wolf,

produced by the Famous Players Film

company. It is announced as a mor-

t ality play. Pollock and Wolf are well

known perpetrators of Broadway mus-,

i ical shows.


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Beautiful Bust and Shoulders
are possible If you -will wear a scientifically constructed
Bien Jolie Brassiere. Y s Y
The drugging weight of an unconfined bust so rtretches ttie

upporUng muscles ttat tne contour or tne figure is spoiled.

put the bust back where it be-
longs, prevent the full bust from fj
haying the appearance of flab- i

fBX-AM iO-ltS) uiaeas, umumws lire uo5 i ;

no A CCirnFY araggmr muscles ana connne ine

Kraceful line to the entire upper body.
They are the daintiest and most serviceable garments imagi imaginable
nable imaginable come in all materials and styles: Cross Back, Hook
Front, Surplice, Bandeau, etc Boned with Walohn," the
rustless boning permitting; washing without removal.
Have your dealer show you Bien Jolie Brassieres, if notstock notstock-ed,
ed, notstock-ed, we will gladly send him, prepaid, samples to show you.
BENJAMIN & JOHNES, 51 Warren Street, Newark, N. J.

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Then bring it to me. Remedying

automobile troubles is my business.

Honest, efficient service; you pay foi

the time put in on your car only. J.
A. Bouyier, Anthony road, phone
393, Ocala, Fla. 6-9-16-tf

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L C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
. Licensed Embalmers


i When you have plumbing or elec

trical contracting let 3s furnish you

estimates. No job to large and none

to smaJi. H. W. Tucker. tf

Avm wiatrinrv o eririo If tr ff flip Cllh

scription business to all Magazines hands are piacea grave kresponwoui kresponwoui-I
I kresponwoui-I and Newspapers, and will appreciate j ties and that feeling of bigness of "I

your patronage. am js not excelled by anyx class of

Another specialty is my complete men on the face of the earth. Espe

line of Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacr j cially is this true qf the men tha

coes. Jmrnmnnd the shins of our American

Look over my line of office supplies, navy. One dark, stormy night m the
" .wjTiWar" early days of the war a powerful war-
A K I1ICM '-5 ship of the U. S. navy' was 'speeding

Rank- immense seas, y uutsiae we oiawmg

of the eale there was not a sound

With lights burning "brightly in the

HflrlfTiPsa she nroceeded. Far out in

the distance the lights of another ves

sel were sighted. This did not con

cern the commander of this vessel, so
he took no notice. Of a sudden out
Of the distance the wireless spit and
sputtered and the operator handed
the commander of this 'great Ameri American
can American warship a message, stating terse

ly, "Heave to! and await boarding
party." This commander, as he crush crushed
ed crushed the message in his hand "quietly is issued
sued issued orders to clear for action, as she
ship plowed on through the seas. A

few minutes-later his wireless opera

tor handed him another message say say-ine.
ine. say-ine. "Lay to!" and in the distance it

was noticed that the sailing lights of
the other were rapidly drawing near.
For a while a tense suspense held
every xne on board, as they watched
the on-comine lights. When within


" Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocila, Fla.

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' A harmless liquid, applied with a, spray pump, enters every crack

and crevice, sterilizes and eliminates all insect life and germs, xias
a wholesome odor and spreads comfort,, health and happiness in ev every
ery every home. ;
Will not injure the daintiest fabric. Poultry eating insects killed
with FINOLE will not be injured Use it every where in the nouse
in the yard, in the chicken coop in the garage, in the sink and in the
garbage cans. For sale in Ocala by Marion Hardware Co., Ollie Mor Mor-dis,
dis, Mor-dis, Court Pharmacy, Ty dings Drug Co., mith Grocery Co., Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug Store. y
15 tG Franklin SU TAMPA Phone 3625

Electrical and 'plumbing establish

ment. Will sell .at invoice prices.
This is a good buy as there is going

i to be about! $40,000 worth of plumb-1

i ing work installed in Ocala within the

next few years. H. W. Tucker, Ocala,

Fla. 19-4t

Try Bouquet Dozira perfume,

per ounce,, a Gerig's.


A new shipment of Crane's station-

' a 1 t 1 MM V a.

erv iust in au styles, ine kmvltz

Carn-Thomas Co.

Good Goods,
Cbeap Prices
Good Service

9 You can get your Chero-Cola "In
a Bottle Tnrough a Straw" at Soda
Fountains and other Refreshment
Everybody knows it by its name.

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CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
State, County and 4 City Depository.

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All kinds Fresh Vegetable
in Season



Established 1914





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IN la mile, the strange vessel,

, AntOIQOblle UCpainnO ed it searchlight on this great Amer-

- tti iican warsnip anu taw oy

ior acuon wtui nuiv --o --
in? at the peak, he quietly doused his

searchliehts and stole away and the

shin, with its thousands of

tons, battled its way southward and
never blinked an eye. This was told

to me by one who was not there, but

who knew whereof he spoke. Of sucn

Ktuff is our ereat American navy, our

,,r n a ip hovs at Black Point

made of.

We lave the Equipment aii mimj

To serve y6u as you ought to be servied, and when you are not let us

ask you again, to let us know, for tnis is tne omy way c
our desire.

A .rm-KmisL little thines'eo wrong, but they are not inten-

vj. tux, "-- .r TvnfrnTATKLY

tional, and, if you will call us up, tney ww w r

Ocala Ice &. FacMit;




Annnal Mountain and Seashore Excursion





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. Round Trip Hates from Ocala

w. t l n 21-35 Richmond. Va.

Yvasnuigwn, u. v.
Norfolk, Va. ........$19 Baltimore, Md.
Round Trip Rates from Jacksonville

Wilmington, N. C. J??
Winston-Salem, N. C. J2
Hot Springs, a.. ........ .f-"
RosnnlfP. Va. .5160

Tickets sold AUGUST IGth-Limit SEPTEMBER .1st
For information or reservations call on A. C. L. ticket agent or

A. W. FRITOT, D. P..An

Jacksonviiie. iia.

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Chattanooga, Tenn. ..
Monteagle, Tenn. f!rt
Mammoth Cave, Ky f;H
Lexington, N. C .514.

Tampa, Fla. ;

Please don't forget that we carry

the famous NORRIS candies, the best
"cvTi parh week. The Court

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Pharmacy. y

Put an Ad. in the Star

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Woodmen meet Friday evening.
City Attorney Hocker is visiting
his father in White Springs for a few
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. E. Carroll.
v ". ;
Mr. Robert Blake,; who has had a
position in Dunnellon for some time,
has returned home.
Work has been begun on the new
quarters of the Affleck Millinery Par Parlors
lors Parlors in the 'Ocala House block.
Councilman D. W. Tompkins was
prevented by sickness from attending
the meeting last night, but is much
better today
Mr. D. A. Smith and a friend will
be treated to coca-cola in bottles, if
they will show this notice at the 'store
of Mr. J. D. Small, in North Ocala.
The Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
A broken Thermos bottle is no
good bring it to us and we will make
it "as good as new." The Court
Pharmacy.' tf
Mr. J. C. Spencer, traveling freight
agent of the Macon, Dublin & Savan Savannah
nah Savannah railroad, with headquarters in
Jacksonville, was in the city yester yesterday
day yesterday on business for his company. Mr.
Spencer has just returned from his
annual vacation andleft for South
Florida points.
W. K. LANE, M. p., frysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
Mr. B. D. Iliers of Gainesville,
county judge-elect of Alachua county,
spent Monday in Ocala. He says that
his brother, Jack Hiers, also once; a
citizen of Ocala, is doing well in his
present home, Miami, wherev he Is
building a fine residence.'
Misses Louise and Luella Bowman
are entertaining a house party at the
home of their mother, Mrs.- M. C.
Durance, 504 South Lime street. The
nartr will motor to the lake tonicrht
for a picnic supper, bathing and
dancing. Among the guests of the
Misses" Bowman are Miss Flossie
Durance of Arcadia, Miss Ruth Dre Dre-her
her Dre-her of Micanopy, Miss Cathey M.
Berry of Toronto, Canada, Mr., W.. C.
Upchurch of. Raleigh, N. C.3and
Messrs. A. O. Dame and Lawton Bail Bailey
ey Bailey of this city. Others who will join
the party later are 'Mr. Frank Up Up-church
church Up-church of Jacksonville, Mr. Guy Lewis
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vi vv a&mugum, u. V., xjl. j. xx, ecus
of Palmetto, and Mr. Evans Valance
of New York City.
The stockholders of the Marion
County Fair Association are in ses session
sion session this afternoon in the board of
trade room for the purpose of con
sidering the recently proposed changes
in the constitution, and other matters
cf importance. ; v


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; 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.

latest model of this car manufactured). In good condition through throughout;
out; throughout; looks well. FULLY EQUIPPED. A big bargain; time or cash.

ONE 2-Passenger IIUPMOBILE ROADSTER good condition, fair fairly
ly fairly good tires. Time payments 0125 00

ONE BUICK ROADSTER Almost rebuilt. Good shape, good tires.
Time payments. 0100.00
CASH 690

worked over. Good tires.

Star Office


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thought patience the prime thing in
handling traffic.
Mayor Robertson told council that
very frequently it was impossible to
find Mr. Carter when he was wanted,
and he asked that council relieve the
marshal Irom the work of collecting
delinquent taxes. The mayor? also
thought that the marshal should con
suit him occasionally, and said that
Mr. Carter had not been to see him
for months. Mr. Carter said that
what the mayor said about hiar being
difficult to find when wantewas no
doubt true, but that in collecting
taxes it was Often necessary to go to
a distant-part of the city. Mr. Car
ter said, also, that, while he realized
the importance of being on the square,
he made it a point to visit other sec
tions of the city, and referred to the
fact that members of the council had
recently stated that they had never
seen a policeman hi their part of the
city. The marshal did not 'reply, to
the mayor's statement that there had
been no consultation between them for
months. Council thought that Mr.
Carter had made good at collecting
back taxes and in his other duties,
and, upon a motion made by Council
man Meffert, voted to retain the mar
shal at his present work, instructing
him to use his discretion in the matter
of collecting. ;- V ; ''' ,.'
Returning to- the subject later in
the evening, Councilman Gerig asked
who was responsible for the activities
of the police, and he was told that it
was the mayor's duty, to see that th
laws were enforced.
Mr. Cash was placed on duty as a
plain clothes man several weeks ago
at the instance of the mayor, and with
the approval of President Nash and
Councilman Knight, chairman of the
police committee, and for some time
no one else in the city knew that Mr.
Cash was an officer. During this time
Mr. Cash obtained evidence against a
number of "tigers."
City Marshal Carter last night call
ed council's attention to the illness of
Mr. George E. Shuey at his home, and
said that Mr. Shuey was being very
much disturbed by the noise of the
Smith shooting gallery nearby. Mr,
Carter said that the shooting gallery
was within the law, and 'I tie asked
council what to do in the case. Coun Council
cil Council instructed the marshal to request
that the gallery be moved, and, in the
event that l it is not moved, to have
the gallery declared a nuisance and
its, license revoked.
Mr. T. CWilson of Birmingham,
was a visitor? in the city yesterday.
Mr. Arthur Olin, who was shot by
the negro prisoner last Saturday,
continues to recover from his wounds.
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, a- Gerig's., tf.
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Editor Starf Wisdom dictates' (hat
the. United -States-should be better
prepared for defense. But that is no
excuse for' an orgy of extravagance
in armament" for airland and sea.
Reasonable insurance of protection
i3 justifiable against any possible In Invasion
vasion Invasion from across either Atlantic or
Pacific, after the present great war is
over. This can be done thoroughly,
sensibly, economically, without con converting
verting converting our peaceful land and waters
into an armed camp.
War contracts grow with what they
feed on. Organized contractors can
make noise enough to mislead Con Congress
gress Congress into thinking the public clamors
f or- unbrindled license in war expen expenditures.
ditures. expenditures. These raiders upon the
treasury may yet prove more of a
menace than any foreign- foe. Let
them be sternly repressed. Every
patriot will gladly serve his country
with money, time, even life itself, but
none of use favor needless sacrifice
to enright the already overgorged
coal, iron and munitions trusts.
Prepare for peace as well as for
war. My belief is that the politico politico-economic
economic politico-economic changes growing out of the
great war, may involve far larger
problems for America than those of
military and naval defense. Unprece Unprecedented
dented Unprecedented competition for the, markets
of the world will surely follow. To
meet it, we must have an organized
and perfected mechanism of commer commercial
cial commercial i shipping, finance, distribution,
selling and exchange covering the
whole world.
This must be. accomplished here at
home by two vital reforms:
1. A reorganization of local, state
and federal government, os as to
abolish the present awful waste, ex
travagance, graft .and piling up of
2. Such a reorganization of agri
culture, and other industries as to in
crease production and improve dis
tribution, so that we may meet for foreign
eign foreign competition in quality, price and
quantity. v.
'These forms of preparedness must
be done in such a' way as to help up,
not push down, the producer on farm
or in factory, or the toilers in trans transportation
portation transportation and distribution; Otherwise,
American civilization4 may decline as
rapidly as' that of Europe's.
The right way put of all things new
and old issues will be found only if
our farmers, if the masses who have
the time and judgment to think
straight do well, their J duty. Serve
faithfully your school district, town township,
ship, township, electoral districts,1 county, state
and nation.' Give to each the best
that is in you.
Be an American, stick close to the
true and tried principles of American
ism. ; Adhere to the Declaration of
Independence. Forget not the .teach .teach-ing$
ing$ .teach-ing$ of Washington, Jefferson, Lin Lincoln,
coln, Lincoln, McKinley. Leadership, abroad
and happiness at home win be insur insured
ed insured better- by t following the Goldeii
Rule than by blindly chasing after the
false notion that might makes right.
The test of American citizenship Is
upon us as never before. Here, as
abroad, ideals, actions, things, are in
the melting pot. Will ike result be
better or worse for the United States,
the Americas, the world t Wijl the
farm owner become even more inde independent
pendent independent and prosperous, more valu valuable
able valuable to community, state and nation t
Will the tenant become the owner of
his own farm or home ? Will the hired
man on farm and in factory have a
better chance, to ge s on in the, world?
Will health and wealth, education and
social welfare, be the hesitage of the
masses ? Will peace and plenty pre prevail
vail prevail in our blessed land of the free,
and gradually pervade the world?
Or shalL outocracy supplant demo democracy,
cracy, democracy, the farmer become a serf, the
workera slave? Shall the bureaucrat
rule over the citizen, the military over
the civilian, the rich over the poor ? Is
this -to be a century of ljight, or a re return
turn return to the dark ages?
You and I, every citizen, must per perform
form perform '.well our service in working but
the1 answers to these vital questions
that will not down until they are an answered
swered answered right. J. D. McCaskill.
Ocala, Fla.,'5, 1916.
To keep the bowels regular the best
laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a
full glass of water half an hour be before
fore before breakfast and eat an abundance
of fruit and vegetables, also establish
a regular habit and be sure' that your
bowels move once each day. When
a medicine is needed take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. They are pleasant to
take and mild and gentle in effect.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Please don't forget that we carry
the famous NORRIS candies, tne best
made. Fresh each week. The Court
Pharmacy. tf
I am bothered with liver trouble
about twice a year," writes Joe Ding Ding-man,
man, Ding-man, Webster City, Iowa. "I had
pains in my side and back and an aw awful
ful awful soreness in my stomach. I heard
of Chamberlain's Tablets and tried
them. By the time I had used half
a bottle of them I was feeling fine and
had no signs of pain." Obtainable
everywhere. Adv.
"About two years ago I had a severe
attack of diarrhoea which lasted over
a week," writes W. C. Jones, Burford,
N. D,., became so weak that I could
not stand upright. A druggist recom recommended
mended recommended Chamberlain's, Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy: The first dose
relieved me and within two days I was
as well as ever, jMany druggists rec recommend
ommend recommend this remedy because they
know that it is reliable. Obtainable
everywhere. Adv.

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MONEY TO LOAN without security
would attract your attention; then
why not save your clothing by having
it cleaned by experts? J. T. Clayton,
phone 13. y 8-6t
WANTED Fifty men to do station
work on hard road on yardage basis.
Prices on request. W. S. Bonner &
Co., Inglis, Fla. It
IX)ST Two ten months old bird dogs,
white with liver spots. Their collars
are fastened together, and they were
last seen about three miles south of
Ocala on the Lake Weir road. Libera
reward for their return. T. C. Carter
at Carter's Bakery. 8-6t
FOE SALE Stove wood, seasoned
pine and cypress, a -large load for a
dollar. Phone 223. Prompt delivery.
Welch Lumber Co. 8-5-tf
, MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now. in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. E. E. Carroll.
FOE BENT A two-story house with
all modern conveniences, in two blocks
of the square. Apply to Dr. Walter
Hood." 8-1-tf
FOE EENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, Jfchree blocks from the
square; all molSirn conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to E. Carroll, Star office, tf
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. A
A. M.r meets on the first and thlM
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
-.' h. C. Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. 4d
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. ,.28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Kate B. Howell. M. R.
! Lena Tompkins. M. E. C.
Ocaia IKige No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective -Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth "Buesday even evenings
ings evenings in e'cCh months Visiting" breth brethren
ren brethren always welecfmo. Club house
opposite yostofBe? east side.
'E. S. Rogers, E. E. 1
E. JT Crook, Secretary.
- Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convectlona
held every Mcnday kt 7:30 p. m. at
Ca.8t.le Handover the James Carlisle
drugstore; A" cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. .G, A. Nash, C. C
Unas. K. 45age. K. of R. 8. A3
Ocala Ciapter,s No. 29, O. E. Sn
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs.Myrf!ie G. Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. Liiiiaa aimmons, Secy.
Fort King Camp No. 14 scbets at
the K. of P. ball at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
rjvereign? are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar. C C.
Chas. K. Sage. Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O.
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star! office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm .welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
; .- x F. E. McClane, N. G.
' L. H. Pillans, Secretary.
' OHAPTKil NO. IS, It. A. to
f ii i u
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday ki every month ast
8 p.m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown, Sec'y.
Trains of the Atlantic Coast line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. '38, St. PetersDurg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. n.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m. y
- No. ''SI, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. zn.
- No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. PetersDurg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
No. 49, Ocaia to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m.
No. 39. Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2.: 3 6-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9.05 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), j-uesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:60 p. m.
MAXWELli Touring Cars (60-mcn
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery, i E. R. CarrolL

Coal Companies of Pennsylvania Build
Modern Dwellings and Rent
Them to Miners.
At first glance there might not seem
to be a close connection between good
housing and coal mining, but the fact
remains that able business men who
are handling the anthracite Industry
have discovered that there is a con connection
nection connection and pays them, as pro producers
ducers producers of anthracite, to see that their
employees are sheltered in modern
dwellings. So strongly convinced are
they of this- fact that the hard coal
region now contains some of the best
examples of good housing In the coun country
try country N in the fchape of villages planned
and erected by .the coal companies
themselves and rented to mine em employees.
ployees. employees. ,;
Any big hard coal company will do
to illustrate the improvement in
housing Lehlgh,': Reading or Susque Susquehanna.
hanna. Susquehanna. The upper coal fields naturally
take pride in the progress made by
their biggest producer, the Lackawan Lackawanna,
na, Lackawanna, and that company's achievements
are In the fullest $ense t3TieaI of what
has been done. T
For example,"-the Lackawanna has
built what is known as "Concrete.
City." The houses are virtually all
concrete, save for doors and windows.
An empty house can be flushed from
ceiling to cellar with a hose without
damage. There is plenty of light and
air, and particular attention has been
paid to, bathing facilities, which are so
important in the lives of coal miners.
Concrete City has been made a dis distinctive
tinctive distinctive community, with regular com community
munity community centers, like playgrounds, and
the miners' children have a pleasure
resort with wading pools and other ap-'
purtenances belonging to well-managed
playgrounds. ; v
Development of the Idea Proves How
Valuable Has Been the Informa Information
tion Information Spread by Them.
It was only a few years ago that the
"school garden', idea, "nature studies"
and the teaching of agriculture in the
cbmmon schools, were looked upon as
fads of the most exaggerated type.
Farming, it was maintained, could be
taught on the farm, where It would be
needed; of what possible use was it
to teach farming to a city boy or
girl? These "nature studies" wasted
the valuable time of the pupil which
should be employed in rational work;
in short, the wholes propaganda was
rank nonsense. Yet, the, entire move movement
ment movement has grown and spread with phe phenomenal
nomenal phenomenal rapidity, and has become al almost
most almost the beginning of a national pol policy.
icy. policy. Where xten years ago there was
one city school garden, there are now
a hundred, and every, spring sees
thousands of new ones, organized and
open. Towns; cities, and states, and
not least, the national government,
have fostered and pushed the move movement
ment movement with enthusiasm. The federal
bureau of education and the depart department
ment department of agriculture are devoting much
time and energy to it. As a matter of
fact, it is now 'recognized that,thp
problem of the education of the Amer American
ican American boy and girl is more than a mat matter
ter matter of mere pedagogy. It is a ques question
tion question of the Industrial efficiency and
social stability of the nation.
How to Kill the Town.
Force the merchants to compete
with public street markets. ;
Do the city work with hobo and Jail
L labor and give the workingmen no em
Vote down all bonds and proposi propositions
tions propositions to make public Improvements.
Drive out all contractors and their
crews and minimize public expendi expenditure.'
ture.' expenditure.' l i: ;
Supply free camping grounds in the
city so the hotels will all go broke.
Send away from town for printing,
dry goods and clothes and spend your
money on the mail order house.
See to It that no corporation or
public utility makes a cent of profit
and keep all the foreign capital out.
Pacific Coast' Manufacturer.
. Evergreen Trees and Hedges.
Much of the bleakness of the winter
landscape may be removed by the use
of evergreens near the house.
The home-builder may 'well consider
this point when planning the layout of
his grounds. It is comparatively easy
to secure pleasing landscape effects
during the season of green leaves and
buds and blossoms; but when deprived
of these the problem becomes more
difficult. ; s.
Evergreen hedges are possible, and
an occasional evergreen tree growing
up out of the hedge is a charming way
of breaking the sometimes monotonous
evenness and of adding a touch of
feathery lightness to the aspect of the
whole scene.
V y'Y
Not New.
"A natural phenomenon has been
discovered In a fish which can give
shocks with electrical -flashes from
their eyes."
"Humph! -any woman who knows
how to use her eyes discounted that
phenomenon, long ago."
A 9-room cottage with all modern
conveniences, including gas for cook cooking,
ing, cooking, for rent. Inquire of Mrs. O. T.
Green, 605 Oklawaha avenue. 8-7-tf
Iclvcr & lacKay
PHONES 47. 104 05
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in the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room- Dining room service is
second to none.
. -"' ...
RATES -From $1.50 per day per person VtS.OO.
Proprietor. Manactrf

':" i SwnmervTo&rist Fares

From Jacksonville to

New York and return. .$35.00
Baltimore and return... 32.00
Philadelphia and return. .30.00
.Washington and return.. 34.00,
Savannah and return. 6.0j

Through ticketsto 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. Tt
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 unsur-passe'd.
passe'd. unsur-passe'd. Reservation, foare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Askfor tour book. v
' Address Merchants & Miners Trans. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
H. C. AVERY, Agt. L. D., JONES, C. a! J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
W. P. TURNER, C PA. Baltimore,! Maryland

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, Fare Includes. Meals Good on Any Ship.-.

Tickets Now on Sale,

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Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. IVETJZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib crty SU Jacksonville. Florida.

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Choosing Your College
436 students from 51 Florida counties
and 24 states and foreign countries
1915-16. Total 818 including summer
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Two new hand Klaxon Horns.
36x4 Diamond and Goodyear Tires,
straight side.
26x4 Tubes.
Splitdorf Coil and Magneto.
Prest-o-Lite Headlights, oval glass.
Shebler Carburetor.
Apply to R. R. CarrolL Star Office
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf

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Caref ul Estimates made cn all Ccr
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Seed oats, seed rye and rape ced,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
Take P.exall liver salts for that
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