OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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CEDAR KEYS IS
STRONG WIND DRIVES GULF
WAVES THRU THE STREETS
Siorm Expected to Pass Inland Today
and Gradually Lose Its
Washington, Sept. 4. The weather
bureau reports that the center of the
tropical storm approaching the coast
will probably -strike near the mouth
of the Apalachicola river. The storm
i expected to pass inland this after afternoon
noon afternoon and diminish in intersity.
SEVERE IN CEDAR KJTVS
Reports from Cedar Kyes say that
seawater has overflowed Main street
and the wind is blowing in gales.
TIDE WAS HIGH AT TAMPA
Tampa, Sept. 4. Quarter Mile
South and Sand Key were washed
away by the storm, causing much
property damage, but no loss of life.
D CLUTCH GOOD
FOR SORE HECKS
MAXWELL ENGINEERS FIND
WAY TO MAKE CONE TAKE
One of the few original mechani mechanical
cal mechanical features of the new automobile
models, is the use in the 191G Maxwell
of a cone clutch, snugly housed and
running in a bath of ordinary lubri lubricating
cating lubricating oil.
Just why nobody ever produced
this plan before is a problem over
which engineers generally are now
vainly castigating their souls. For
the Maxwell plan has so many ad advantages
vantages advantages that even the tyro in ma machinery
chinery machinery can- readily appreciate its
Most important is the smoothness
with which the oiled clutch can be
engaged. It Js almost impossible for
even a deliberately "rough" driver to
snap back the heads of his passen passen--
- passen-- gers by lunging the "car forward
after a stop. .The oiled clutch5 cannot
"grab" but must take hold gently,
much to the comfort of those" who
ride behind it. An approach -to this
Maxwell smoothness has been found
in some cone-clutch cars, the clutch
leathers of which have, been kept la laboriously
boriously laboriously soaked in neatsfoot oil. The
constant renewal of the supply has
always been a burden however, and
fewr motorists have been conscien conscientious
tious conscientious in giving their car this atten attention.
tion. attention. 1
Second in importance is the advan advantage
tage advantage of permanence. By running the
clutch in oil,, the Maxwell engineers
are able to dispense with the leather
facing usually used in cone clutches,
and have substituted an almost in
destructible piece of anti-friction fab
ric. This fabric is heavily impreg
nated with asbestos and cannot be
burned out. Relieved of the fear of
burning leather, the clever driver is
thereby assured ability to manipulate
his clutch as he sees fit, slipping it
You may change your
home but your drink
The drink that quenches
thirst perfectly and the--one
that punches out
that tired feeling.
intentionally whenever the proces3
can ease the motor or increase the
comfort of the car's passengers.
' The complication of a multiple disk
'clutch ha3 always been a bar to its
adoption by manufacturers who build
j cars in large quantities. The simplic
ity of the cone clutch has commended
it for use on probably nine out of ten
cars sold in the United States. With
an enclosed feature; and the oil bath,
added by the Maxwell engineers, mo motorists
torists motorists have now at hand a device
which, in the judgment of engineers
approaches close to perfection.
"The best test of our new clutch is
the way it has satisfied buyers of oar
1916 cars all over the country," de declares
clares declares President Walter E. Flanders.
"We have given them something that
will add a good deal to their comfort;
that was our chief purpose in making
the improvement. But we aren't los losing
ing losing sight of the fact that this new
clutch is going to prolong the life of
every Maxwell car. The clutch that
grabs is as hard on the car itself as
it is on the passengers. By smooth smoothing
ing smoothing the way for both, we've done
something that pleases everybody in
FEB III THE
Alabama Senate is Building Them
Horse High, Bull Strong and
Montgomery, Sept. 4. The Al
abama senate has passed a bill pro providing
viding providing that liquor can only be deliv delivered
ered delivered by transportation companies be between
tween between 6 o'clock in the morning and 6
in the evening. The agents of the
company must recognize the signa
ture of the consignee or have it wit witnessed.
nessed. witnessed. The bill gives officers bonuses
for liquor seized in raids. If a month
ly allowance of one gallon is ordered
it must be shipped in one container.
DENY KILLING THE DOCTOR
Accused Men at Providence Declare
They are Innocent"
Providence, R. I., Sept. 4. A de
nial that they confessed the murder
of Dr. Franklin Mohr was made vto
the Associated Press by the three ne
groes who the police say previously
had confessed they killed the physi
cian at the instigation of Mrs. Mohr.
GIVING UP TO THE
Serbia Will Yield the Territory Re
quired by Bulgaria
Athens, Sept. 4. Serbia has accept accepted,
ed, accepted, in principle the Entente's propo proposals
sals proposals for territorial concessions to
Bulgaria, it is announced here, with
the reservation that the new Serbian
frontier remain in contact with Greece
at some place.
SAN FRANCISCO HAD
A BIG CELEBRATION
Out of Debt and Burned Mortgage on
the Big Exposition
San Francisco, Sept. 4. With the
payment last night of $110,159, the
Panama-Pacifc Exposition was free
of debt. To signalize the event, a big
celebration took place in which form former
er former president Taft burned the evxposi evxposi-tion
tion evxposi-tion mortgage.
MEXICANS FIRED ON AN
AMERICAN FLYING MACHINE
Rapid Exchange of Shots Across the
Brownsville, Sept. 4. Mexicans on
the Mexican side of the Rio Grande
yesterday fire nearly one hundred
shots at an American army aero aeroplane
plane aeroplane flying over Brownsville, then
turned their guns against a squad of
American soldiers guarding the elec electric
tric electric light plant. The soldiers re returned
turned returned the fire. There were no casual casualties.
ties. casualties. FIVE LIVES LOST WHEN
AN" ORPHANAGE BURNED
San Francisco, Calif., Sept. 4.- Fire
last night destroyed the St. Francis
Girls' Directory Catholic Orphanage
with the loss of at least five lives.
Notice is hereby given that the reg regular
ular regular examination for certificates to
teach will be held in Ocala beginning
on Tuesday, September 7, 1915, at 9
Applicants will supply themselves
with legal cap, paper, pens and ink
for the work and the regular fee of
one dollar will be collected at begin beginning
ning beginning of work. Very truly yours,
8-6-5tw J, H. Biinson, Supt.
FIGHTING Oil THE
RUSSIANS ARE LEAVING
WILDERNESS IN THEIR
Geneva, Sept. 4. The Lausanne
Gazette published a letter sent by an
Austrian officer fighting on the east eastern
ern eastern front in which he says the "Rus "Russian
sian "Russian retreat is a masterpiece of ter ter-rifing
rifing ter-rifing and systematic devastation
that recalls the retreat of 1812. There
is an immense sea of flames behind
the retiring Russians, caused by burn burning
ing burning houses and 'crops. General Mis Mis-schenko
schenko Mis-schenko is followed by well organiz organized
ed organized detachments of Cossacks, whose
duty it is to burn everything behind
INTEND TO INTRENCH
Petrograd, Sept. 4. ;Military ob observers
servers observers here believe the Germans in intend
tend intend to take possession of the Riga
and Dvina railway, capture Vilna and
likewise Kovno fortress far to the
south, and then entrench for the au autumn
tumn autumn and winter.
PUSHING FOR PETROGRAD
London, Sept. 4. The Germans
claim they have carried by assault
the fortified bridgehead at Lennew Lennew-ada,
ada, Lennew-ada, on the Dvina river, between
Friedrichstadt and Riga.
This is considered, the most crit critical
ical critical point on the whole Russian line,
because if the Germans cross the
Dvina the Russians will be compelled
to evacuate Riga and the position be between
tween between the Dvina and Vilna and even
southwest of Vilna will be jeopardiz
Military critics believe the Russians
will make a stubborn defense and say.
should they fail here, the German
fleet probably would gain command
of the Riga gulf and by landing
troops at Pernau shorten consider considerably
ably considerably the march to Petrograd, which is
understood to be the ultimate Ger German
man German objective.
GOT OUT OF GRODNO
Grodno, which the Russians evac
uated, apparently was an empty shell
for the Germans, as they captured
only 400 prisoners after street fight fighting.
ing. fighting. Northwest of Vilna the Rus
sians are on the offensive. Petrograd
claims the counter offensive serious
ly threatens the German left flank
communications with Von Eichhorn's
TAKING HEAVY TOLL
The Russian center is still retiring
through marshy districts. However,
the Russians daily take a toll of their
pursuers. They are also offering re resistance
sistance resistance to the Teutonic offensive in
Galicia and southeastward from the
town of Lutsk they hold a fifty mile
front. There is some doubt as to the
Teutonic intentions in the southeast.
Critics are divided as to whether they
will advance to Kiev or attempt to
push a wedge between the Russian
armies and Roumania, which would
make it a serious matter for the Rou Roumanians
manians Roumanians to longer refuse Germany's
demands of free1 passage for war mu munitions
nitions munitions over the Roumanian railways
to the Turks, who are reported to be
short of shells.
THE OTHER BALKANS
Putting Off a Decision Till She Can
Extort Her Price
Rome, Italy, Sept. 4. Revision of
the treaty of Bucharest has been
agreed v to explicitly by Servia, Rou Roumania
mania Roumania and Greece, according to re reports
ports reports received, here, but it is said
these countriesare not willing to sat satisfy
isfy satisfy entirely Bulgaria's claims to ter territorial
ritorial territorial compensation for participat participating
ing participating in the war.
Bulgaria's pretensions apparently
are irreconcilable with what her
neighbors are willing to grant and
the impression is gaining ground here
that she is prolonging the negotia negotiations
tions negotiations with the aim of postponing the
day when she must reach a decision.
FOUND MORE VICTIMS
OF THE F-4
Honolulu, T. II., Sept. 4. Ten more
bodies were found yesterday in the
hull of the United States submarine
F-4. One was identified as that of
Ivan L. Mahan, machinist's mate, of
.Ohio. So far, thirteen bodies have
been taken from the hold of the sub submarine.
marine. submarine. SOME SEARCHLIGHTS
They Stirred Up the Natives at Pan Panama
ama Panama When They were
Panama, Sept. 4. Four powe'-ful
searchlights have been installed on
ithe fortified islands in Panama Bay
iat the Pacific entrance to the Panama
canal. These lights are sixty inches
in circumference and are capable of
sending their rays about twelve miles
out to sea.
Each Monday night the lights are
to be turned on for practice purposes.
The first time the brilliant rays were
shot across the bay toward Panama
City, it caused considerable excite excitement
ment excitement among the native population
which had never before seen a large
searchlight in action.
BULLETS FLEW ACROSS
RANCHMEN AND RANGERS FIR FIRED
ED FIRED UPON BY CARRANZA'S
Brownsville, Stpt. 4. Forty Car Car-ranza
ranza Car-ranza soldiers fired across the Rio
Grande on American ranchmen, four
miles west of Hidalgo, (Texas. The
report came from, a captain of Unit United
ed United States cavalry at the mission. The
Mexicans also fired on Texas rangers.
All available cavalry are being rush rushed
ed rushed to the scene.
SECOND TEAM DEFEATED CITRA
Ocala Junior Ball Team is Playing
Some Mighty Good Games
The Ocala junior ball team defeat defeated
ed defeated a team from Citra at Hunter Park
Friday in a rattling good game by a
score of C to 5.
The Ocala line-up was Jones, c;
Blalock, p; Slott, lb; Clayton, 2b;
Leavengood, 3b; Benjamin, ss; Moor Moor-head,
head, Moor-head, cf; Brooks,' If; White, rf.
Citra: Brown, c; Hopson, p; Mil Milton,
ton, Milton, lb; Sherouse, 2b; S. Lambert,
3b; Wrilliams, ss; Driver, If; C. Lam Lambert,
bert, Lambert, cf ; Ellis, rf.
In the second inning, Citra had
four runs, but Ocala made them up
and then some.
The Ocala juniors are doing well.
Out of a dozen or more games this
season they have lost but one; 'that to
Citra, with which they will probably
soon play the tie. x
R II E
Citra .. ..3 1010000 05 5 3
Ocala .. ..0 3 0 3 0 0 0 0 x C 3 4
Umpires: Dinkins and Long.
HOLDItlG DOVII HAITI
martial law proclaimed in
districts occupied by
Port au Prince, Sept. 4. Rear Ad Admiral
miral Admiral Caperton, commanding the Uni United
ted United States expeditionary .force, has
proclaimed martial law here and in
other districts occupied by American
troops. The people are quiet.
CAUGHT UP WITH
BY THE CAVALRY
Bunch of Greasers Rounded Up Near
Brownsville, Sept. 4. A detach
ment of the 12th Cavalry last night
fought four Mexican bandits, twelve
miles north of here. One was killed
and the others captured. None of the
soldiers were injured.
MARKETING BUREAU MEETING
A meeting of the officers and ex
ecutive committee of the Florida
Marketing Bureau was held in the
office-of the Board of Trade this aft
ernoon. There were present, Presi
dent Light, Secretary Rooney, and
Messrs. Wr. K. Haile, R. T. Weaver, J.
M. MefTert and Mr. Brophy. The
principal business done was the unan
mous vote to send President Light to
the Jacksonville office for a month or
longer if necessary, with full author
ity to handle the affairs of the com
pany and to sell stock.
A MYSTERIOUS OCCURRENCE
Belleview, Sept. 4. Friday night
about 10:30 o'clock, while it was rain
ing steadily the shriek of a woman
pierced the air, followed by the sharp
stern command of a man and then a
pistol shot, one following the other in
rapid succession, then silence for
about five minutes. The cranking of
an automobile was heard, and without
lights the car crept off in the direc direction
tion direction of Ocala.
OUR prescription department is at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court
CARRYING THE VAR
Proposed Activities of One F. A.
Wood of Peerless
To say just exactly what you please,
to whomsoever you please, whenever
you please, and wherever you please.
about all matters pending and pro
posed; to discuss clearly and forci forcibly,
bly, forcibly, on the floor of the house, every
measure up for considerataion, with
out regard to anything whatsoever ex
cept the merit or demerit apparent;
to vote on every question absolutely
on Its merits, without regard to how
it might affect the interests of any
person, section or association; and
then to get through two or three im important
portant important measures bf general scope,
besides looking after local measures.
and, at the same time retain the good
will of everybody, and to be acknowl
edged as one of the half dozen lead leaders
ers leaders of the house, is "going some" for
an amateur serving his first term in
the legislature. This, however, is the
batting average of F. A. Wood, of Pi
nellas county, Florida.
I have been more or less Intimate
ly acquainted with some fifteen legis legislatures
latures legislatures of this and other states,
which I have attended in the capacity
of a reporter, In which it was my bus-
Iness to observe closely and carefully.
I have some acquaintance with the
house of representatives of the United
States congress, where I had to pay
close attention to what was going on,
and I have never met, nor known of.
a man who. came nearer-making his
legislative action register his absolute
conviction of what the right legisla legislative
tive legislative action for the good of the whole
state, and all the people in it, than
this same F. A. Wood.
I do hot mean by this to say that
he was stubborn or headstrong, and
so in love with his own opinion that
he would listen to nobody who didn't
talk in line with it. What I do mean
to say is. that after listening to every everybody,
body, everybody, and discussing some hlmeslf,
both Inside and outside the house, this
Wood person would let no tales of ex
pediencyor "being a good fellow," or
"this does not affect your county, so
you help me out with this, and I will
help you out with one of your bills,"
or "this is a popular measure, and you
had; better, 'get: on it for a nice joy
ride" keep -him from opposing on the
floor,- and voting against, any bill, ev
ery bill that he thought was a bad
bill, nor from advocating and voting
for every bill that he thought was a
good bill, considering the state of
Florida as a whole, and all of the
people in it as the lowest possible
unit, in his view of every question
submtited And, when a man who
acts like this is never absent from the
house, never misses a roll call or a
committee meeting, and is. therefore,
always ready to express his views
and to cast his vote, It is not a per perfunctory
functory perfunctory expression, but an expression
of plain fact, to say that he had much
influence on legislation, and that in influence
fluence influence on the side of good.
I do not jusf now recall how many
bills introduced by Wood of Pinellas,
became laws. I do know, however,
that he prepared. Introduced and
worked for until final passage, the bill
creating a state highway commission,
and the bill creating depositories for
county funds when thecounty treas treasurers
urers treasurers go out of office, both of which
are now on the statute books. There
may have been more Wood bills that
became laws, but these two I am sure
of, and both of them are general bjlls
of real merit. I also know that he
worked hard for the passage of the
bill for the conservation of the fish
and game that belong to the state of
Florida, and while giving everybody
an opportunity to take advantage of
these great natural resources, would
have protected the rights of every everybody
body everybody else in these same natural re resources,
sources, resources, by making everybody who
used themror his own private pur purposes
poses purposes pay a reasonable amount into
the state treasury for the privilege,
adding largely to the state's income,
which everybody In the state has a
This man Wood sat at the same ta table
ble table at which Senator Hardee and I
Bat, in the hotel dining room, during
the whole of the session. Both of us
were pretty fairly regular attendants
of the sessions of the "Kind Words
Club," held every night in the Leon
lobby. I was a regular attendant at
the sessions of the house, and in all
three places I listened to what Mr.
Wood had to sayon matters pending
and proposed and he talked just the
same to all persons, at all times.
One of the things that I have been
foolish about for manyyvears Is the
"open door when public business Is
being considered. I pleached it as
long as I had an audience that I could
reach, and I' practiced it when I went
to congress. This man Wood. is the
perfect example of the-"open door"
legislator. He attended no private
meetings, he took part in no confer conferences,
ences, conferences, no door closed behind him in
secret caucus on anything. When a
man wanted to discuss legislative
matters with him, he turned his 'chair
around where he was sitting, and in invited
vited invited him to go ahead. I. never saw
him standing over in a corner, or in
a deserted portion of the porch, talk talking
ing talking to one, two or three. He button buttonholed,
holed, buttonholed, and was button-holed by. no nobody.
body. nobody. When he was in the house dur during
ing during the session, he never wrote notes
to the speaker, asking for recognition
at a certain time. He took his chanc chances
es chances to say his say with the rest of the
members, on equal terms, asking no
special favors. He did not seem to
realize that the speaker is a powerful
sort of a person who can, without be
ing uofair, dispense favors in the way
of looking your way, instead of the
other fellow's, when the debate is hot
and the time is critical; for he treated
him just like he did any other mem member,
ber, member, disagreeing or agreeing with him
and expressing it audibly, as he
thought the speaker was on the wrong
side or the right side of a question.
The first time I met this man Wood
was In 1907, when I was state printer,
and editor of the Sun, published in
Tallahassee weekly, with a daily edi edition
tion edition during the legislature. That year
he came up with a delegatalon from
what was then known as the Pinellas
peninsular, asking that It be separat separated
ed separated from Hillsboro county, and be made
Into Pinellas county. These were all
hard workers in this delegation, and
knew elactly what they wanted, and
not afraid to ask for It, for among
them was John Taylor, Sam Harris,
W. L. Straub and old man Hughey
at leastthey called him "Old Man"
Hughey, for no reason that I could
see except that he wore spectacles.
and his hair was sorter scattering on
top and scant and gray around the
edges. They were all busy boys, these
Pinellas fellows, and worked hard to
get their bill through, and Mr. Wood
was present and accounted for whenj
bill failed that year because the sen senator
ator senator was from Tampa, and stood pat
on that weird, intangible and undemo undemocratic
cratic undemocratic thing known as "senatorial
courtesy," by which the senate refus refuses
es refuses to consider the merits of a proposal
affecting the senator's district, if the
senator objects. Seeing that this was
so, Mr. Wood carried the fight to Car Carthage
thage Carthage by announcing himself as a can candidate
didate candidate for senator from the eleventh
district, composed of Hillsboro coun county,
ty, county, of which Pinellas peninsular was
then a part. He made a hot campaign
against Bob McNamee and Don .Mc
Mullen, both of Tampa, and debated
the question with them up and down
the county, telling the people that he
was not appearing before them asking
for their votes for senator, but to dls dls-cuss
cuss dls-cuss a business proposition and then
proceeded to discuss the separation of
Pinellas from Hillsboro county, strict
ly on Its merits which indicated a
high order of courage,4 but a low order
of perspective into the workings of
practical politics. Of course he was
out-voted by the overwhelming num numbers
bers numbers living in Tampa, who did not
want to see this choice piece of terri territory
tory territory separated from Hillsboro county,
but he did get some LOO votes In Tarn Tarn-pa
pa Tarn-pa at that.
Now this same quality thatmade
him go before the people of Hillsboro
county In the question of county divis division
ion division after it was defeated in the legis legislature
lature legislature by the grace of senatorial cour courtesy,
tesy, courtesy, is again working in -the Wood
personality, prompting him to make a
canvass of the whole of Florida, In
which he will take directly to the peo people
ple people as many as he can reach by
voice, pamphlet and newspaper col column
umn column the question that he was unable
to get the legislature to decide, by
taking action on the bill that he Intro
duced for that purpose, of whether
county officials shall be 'paid adequate
but reasonable salaries like all feder
al and state officials, or be still longer
permitted to collect from the people of
the county, fees which have grown, as
the counties have grown, so big aa to
be out of all proportion to the service
rendered, and to bear no ratio what
ever to an economical, as well as an
efficient handling of the counties' bus business.
iness. business. When Mr. Wood told me that he was
going to Introduce a bill changing the
fee system of compensating county of officials
ficials officials into a salary system. I told him
that there was scarcely a chance of
getting the bill through, because of
the opposition coming from the pres present
ent present holders of these county offices,
who would at once conceive the
strange idea that they were being
robbed of something that belongs to
them by the abolition of the fee sys system,
tem, system, notwithstanding the "Tact that no
change could be made until they had
served out their present terms, and
after that they could choose whether
they wanted to run for the same office
again or not. I recounted to him
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WILL BE IIIEHO
GERMANY SENDING OUT- BIG BIGGEST
GEST BIGGEST SUBS YET BUILT
No Important Changes Reported To Today
day Today in Battle Lines or In
London, Sept. 4. In the absence of
marked changes on any battle front,
the British public is turning its at attention
tention attention today to the negotiations in
the near east and rumors of tenta tentative
tive tentative efforts in the direction of peace
LITTLE CHANCE OF .RE-ESTABLISHING
THE BALKAN LEAGUE
It is announced in Ni&h that Ser Serbia's
bia's Serbia's answer to the Entente note is
ready. It is presumed the reply -will
grant concessions to Bulgaria, but
there is little hope that she will give
h.3r late enemy all the territory d-
manded in Macedonia.- Advices from
Sofia indicate that unless the whole
of Macedonia is ceded there is little
chance of re-establishing the Balkan
RUSSIANS FIGHTING FOR RIGA
Petrograd admits the retirement
to the north bank of the Dvina in the
section where the Russians are fight fighting
ing fighting desperately to save Riga and the
road to Petrograd. The Russians
claim they hold the Germans near
Vilna and have even gained some
BUILDING UNDERSEA BATTLE
A dispatch from Christiania to
Berlin says that submarines of a
much larger-type than any ever yet
peen have been observed off the Nor Norway
way Norway coast. The report is accepted in
Berlin as the confirmation of a re-1-ort
that Germany is soon to use the
MRIXG HEAVY ON THE FRENCH
The Fjrrich war office has reported
that artiery work on- the western
line continues, saying the bombard bombardment
ment bombardment is particularly heavy to the
northeast and south of Arras and
that several German trenches have
been seriously damaged. It gave no
intimation of. the ultimate purpose of
this work. t ; :
FRANK IIALSEY LUCKIER
THAN LEO JL FRANK
Post office Robber. Broke Out of the
'Milledgeville, Ga Sept. 4v Frank
Halsey, alias "New "York Henry," be believed
lieved believed by postal authorities to be one
of the most notorious postofUce rob
bers in the country, escaped from the
state penitentiary Thursday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. AN OCALA
Results Tell the Tale
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gan began using -them as directed. They
certainly acted quickly In regulating
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OCALA'S KNITTING INDUSTRY
THE DAY OF ATONEMENT
Goods to Northern Cities
The Ocala Knitting Mills
Sent Its First Shipment of Finished j The initial service is held in the
evening of the 17th of September.
The entire day of the ISth of Sep-
their first shipment of finished rood. .....
. ., . . t ut its significance is personal,
today, the shipment having been de-1 . A A.
, i i i i Tne ay brings the people together,
laved waiting on boxes and packing : ,, A, .A
4 A because they hare the limitations of
cases. The first shipment was for ,
, human nature and lecause they are
200 dozen garments, a large part of 4. A
, rrZ equally aware of the fact that our
which were union suits. These goods A
fare as well made, as neatly finished, ; 4. ,.
pressed, labeled and boxed U3 any of ..." "
f, , i ln accordance with our moral or lm-
ine goous oi mis Kina mat come
PINELLAS AND BLOXHAM
is as beautiful as Venus and as hon honorable
orable honorable as Apollo. To use an Oriental
expression, his breath is fragrant
with the scent of truth. His word is a3
good as his bond, and the refined lan language
guage language with which his paper is filled
causes it to be used every Sunday
morning as a lesson leaflet in the
Williston Sunday schools. It is a sad
plight indeed for the editor of the
Star to find himself so entirely differ different
ent different from that paragon of good looks
and manly virtues, Mr. W. M. Stafford.
The Dunnellon Adovocate makes
the following rather sarcastic com comment
ment comment on the belated attempt of Wil
liston to form an alliance with Dun
"There was no meeting of citizens
called together to gTavely discuss the
question over cigars furnished as per
report. Oh, no. Nor was the Advo
cate asked to write about a column of
the glad tidings that the two gentle
men from Williston brought. His
tory is not made in that way, but
rather in an executive session between
friends, and the benefits to be con
ferred are then explained to faithful
followers to educate the general pub
"However, the word has gone forth,
Dunnellon is to be greatly benefited
by the creation of Bloxham county.
Hard roads are to be built that will
bring trade to Dunnellon. It is
whispered however, that the hard
roads in question will do more to towards
wards towards closing a sale for a large tract
of land in which Dunnellon and Ocala
parties are interested, and which was
looked over by agents of a coloniza colonization
tion colonization society recently, and that lack
of hard roads prevented the sale. It
is said this explains why Dunnellon
enters the lists for Bloxham so late
in the campaign."
Among Kipling's stories is one in
which an English family,' a couple of
cobras, a mongoose and an honest but
boneheaded little bird were the prin principal
cipal principal characters
In the past few days cur friend
Straub of the St. Petersburg Times,
has made some remarks that remind
us of some of those attributed by
Kipling to the little bird.
In Kipling's story, the mongoose
and the little bird were friends of the
English family and the cobras were
its enemies. The mongoose was try trying
ing trying to exterminate the cobras, in
which it had the hearty help and sym sympathy
pathy sympathy of the little bird until it found
the cobras' nest and tried to destroy
their eggs. Then the little bird struck.
The little bird had several times
had its nest invaded and its eggs de-'
stroyed, sometimes by cobras. So it
had with some reason come to con consider
sider consider destroying eggs the worst of
crimes. It had not occurred to the
bird that there was a difference in a
bird's eggs and a snake's eggs. Eggs
were eggs, in the little bird's opinion.
Some years ago, Straub headed a
justifiable and successful fight for
county division. Since when all coun county
ty county division fights look alike to him.
He doesn't take the trouble to find
out whether there is a difference in
people or circumstances. Consequent Consequently
ly Consequently he jacks the Star up for opposing
the partition of its own county, and
rather broadly insinuates that it is
the Star's duty to boost for Bloxham.
We will ask Straub to take these
matters, which he seems to have for forgotten,
gotten, forgotten, into consideration.
In the fight for the creation of Pi Pinellas,
nellas, Pinellas, in which the Star agreed with
the Times, the demand for a new
county came from within it. In tho
attempt to cut off a part of Marion,
the r move came from outsido. The
people of the Marion precincts affect affected
ed affected were hot consulted, and only a few
of them were notified. Were you wise
to this, Straub, or do you approve of
If a bunch of politicians aOdessa
wanted to form a new county, taking
in the northern part of Pinellas, would
you help in this partition of your
county, Straub, or would you not?
Jf in the section affected, your pa
per bad a large number of friends,
who asked you to help them stay in
Pinellas, would you help them, or
would you help the fellows on the
rather side who were far less -to you
in numbers and good will than your
own friends ? meet partisans of Bloxham every day,
Straub says that if- the editor of the always in kindness and good will, and
Star lived in a Bloxham precinct, he have never had any intimation that
would boost for Bloxham. Why is it, any one of them wanted to make a
then, Straub that scores of men who personal matter out of this economic
have passed a lifetime in those pre- J question. We -nave a pressing mvi-
cincts, desire to remain in Marion, I tation from leading citizens of Willis
and praise and thank the Star for J ton to visit their town; if we had the
helping them in their fight to stay in I time, we would gladly go, and would
their old county ? I feel just as safe there as in Ocala.
If D. M. Barco, Z. A. Crumpton, I Remarks such as the foregoing from
Ben Blitch, J. T. Hutchins, L. K. Ed- the Courier, and a good deal of the
wards, G. T. Whittington, S. H. other stuff it prints, belong to a by
Blitch, R. D. Zetrouer, Richard Er- gone age. In that age, before Staf
vine and a hundred others whom we I ford had put on his first pair of pants,
could name, all citizens of the Marion we served a rather rough appren
precincts affected, are against Blox-1 ticeship. We should prefer not to
ham, why should the editor of the
Star be for Bloxham
It is true that if we lived in Willis Williston,
ton, Williston, we would be for Ploxhanu Wil Williston
liston Williston is for Bloxham, and Bloxham is
for Williston for Williston's benefit.
We do not see it any other way, and
perhaps Straub will admit that we
know more about the country and the
people than he does.
Straub rebuke's the Star for drag
ging Pinellas into the coontroversy.
He likes to express his opinion of af affairs
fairs affairs a hundred miles off, but he does
not like people a hundred miles off to
have any opinion about his bailiwick.
However, Straub need not shake
any gory locks at us on this point. We
did not drag Pinellas into the mat matter.
ter. matter. We know what Straub could
easily find out that there is no sim
ilarity in the cases of Pinellas and
Bloxham. Pinellas was dragged into
the controversy by Bloxham advo
cates, and whatever we proceed to
show is untrue m their statements
comes from Pinellas people.
Straub also wants us to specify the
instances in which he has measured
other people's corn in his half bushel.
.Straub is as fair as the average
journalist and smarter than the aver average.
age. average. There are times however when
he, perhaps unconsciously, insists that
his own views be accepted as the
standard and is not able to see merit
those of the other fellow. If he
from the north and there is absolute
ly no discount on the quality of the
word or the material that was put in
The first shipment goes to Balti
more, Cincinnati and St. Joseph, Mo.,
and another large shipment will fol
low next week and thereafter every
The selling part of the knitting
mills business is perfect. One large
jobbing or commission firm in New
York City, whose rating is first class,
takes the entire output and has it
shipped out to the different merch
ants over the United States. A draft
is drawn against the bill of lading for
80 per cent of the invoice, the New
York firm paying the remaining 20
per cent, thus making an admirable
selling plan, without the bother of
caring for and collecting many in individual
dividual individual accounts.
The knitting mill presented a very
busy sight today with twenty people
as busy as bees and every machine
running. The capacity of the business
will be doubled in a very short time,
as soon as the four new knitting ma machines
chines machines arrive.
WHAT THE BRITISH
Further, we entertain the opinion
that Mr. Benjamin is too destitute of
courage to repeat the remarks which
appeared in his paper in the presence
of the humblest physical wreck in this
section, whether he be for or against
the formation of Bloxham county.
Well, young man, if you will come
over and visit us, and specify what
remarks you want repeated, we will
take pleasure in repeating them to
you, with the addition of any other
remarks you would like to hear. We
see anything of the sort in this more
enlightened day but we haven't for forgotten
gotten forgotten how.
The mailing clerk of the Ocala Eve
ning btar is liable to suffer dire
punishment if we ever run across
him. The Star is one of Florida's
most ably edited papers and to be cut
off .the exchange list by an irrespon
sible mailing clerk works up our ire.
Beg pardon for, the unintentional
mistake and thanks for the compli compliment.
ment. compliment. The error shall be remedied
cannot, on quiet reflection, convince
himself of this trait, it is no use for
others to try to convince him.
It is a sad plight for a man like Mr
Benjamin of the Ocala Star to be
placed. He is possessed of x neither
beauty or honor and has no regard
for truth in priyate or public utter
ances. Williston Courier.
Mr. Stafford of the Williston Cour
ier is in a most enviable position. He
A Crabby Story
At a recent church social a
young man, sitting out with a
nice girl, could find nothing to
say, so he makes the following
(He) "Do you like crabs?"
(He) "Does your papa like
(He) "Does your mama like
(She) "I think so."
(He) "Your brother, does
he like crabs."
(She) "I have no brother,
(He) "Well, if you had a
brother, do you suppose he
would like crabs?"
He must have been buying
Fresh Sea Food Place at Hogan's
PHONE NO. 9
Every once in a while you will see
some American paper, which should
know better, asking what the British
navy has done, or saying that the
British navy is practically helpless
against German submarines. The fol following
lowing following from the Columbia .State is an
accurate answer to all such remarks:
"The Mistress of the Seas"
What has the British navy done in
the present war to justify Great Brit Britain's
ain's Britain's title as Mistress of the Seas?
That the-navy has been unable to
stop the submarine atacks on mer merchant
chant merchant ships is true, and the fact has
been cited to prove the failure of the
British to command the oceans. Yet
in the last few days, a German naval
expert, writing in a German newspa
per, points out that the enemy ships
destroyed by the German submarines
average but 1.5 per day, while at least
1,500 merchant vessels come into and
go out of British ports each day,
Germany's submarine campaign af affects
fects affects one per cent of the British shipping-
On the other hand, German mer merchant
chant merchant vessels are completely obliter obliterated
ated obliterated from the world's commerce, for
the time being; and Germany's ex
port and import commerce is com
pletely stopped. Not only that, but
the British fleet, "somewhere in the
North Seas,' has the German navy
bottled up in the harbors of the home
country; only a few unimportant
forays have been made by the kaiser's
The British fleets have convoyed
hundreds of thousands of soldiers
across the channel to France, without
a mishap; and only one transport has
been lost in carrying an unknown,
but certainly large, number of troops
to the Dardanelles. Similarly, sev several
eral several expeditions of Canadian troops
have been safely convoyed across the
But not the least of the achieve achievements
ments achievements of the British navy is the safe
conduct of at least one hundred mil
lions of dollars, in gold and securities,
from England to America. On Au
gust 10 there arrived in New York,
by way of Canada, from London, a
shipment of $19,500,000 in gold and
from thirty to thirty-five million in
securities; and a few days ago an
other shipment was safely delivered
in New York consisting of about
$20,000,000 in gold and $30,000,000
in securitiesmaking in all something
like '$100,000,000 in gold and securi
ties transported within the last few
weeks across the Atlantic ocean,
without mishap, and now securely de deposited
posited deposited in New York to back up a
loan to the British government and
It is said that the last shipment
was made on a British super-dread
nought and that the battleship, when
she steamed out of her harbor for
Halifax, and for a considerable dis
tance, if not all the way across the
ocean, was surrounded by a flotilla of
smaller vessels as guards against
submarines. The transportation of
this immense value of gold and se
curities across the ocean, to New
York, where it becomes the basis for
credit in the purchase of supplies for
the Allies, means as much for the
benefit of the Allies as the enlistment
and landing of hundreds of thousands
of soldiers at the front, and it is an
achievement which Germany would
have readily sacrificed men and ships
to prevent. It is an achievement in
which the supremacy of Great Brit Britain
ain Britain on the seas has been again sig signally
nally signally demonstrated.
moral interests. This holy day gives
opportunity for earnest thought on
our inner life. The difficulties men
encounter in the course of a busy
year may prove, after self-examina
tion, to be not "decrees" of God but
instances of their shortcomings. The
ancients frankly and humbly called
The reminiscences of centuries
cling to this day of days and make its
lessons suggestive and impressive.
In ancient times priestly solemnities
invested it with dignity and the per
secutions of later times gave it
pathos and intense fervor. It is al
ways a salutary experience to face
the facts of life as they are. to
realize that there are illusions and
delusions, to bring home to ourselves
the truth that we work under the
limitations of mind, heart and will.
Men who feel their responsibilities
will neither ignore this reminder nor
evade the appeal. They will frankly
avow the shortcomings of their com
mon human nature in the midst of
their fellowmen. The 'Day of Atone Atonement
ment Atonement is not for selfish privacies, as
little as for penitence which is merely
penance. It js for moral uplift by
which we may acquire moral strength.
The first act of moral health is hu
The ritual of the day expresses
openness, sympathy and a desire to
attain to a moral will. And so do the
customs of the day. Fasting is
meant as a discipline of self-control,
the sponsor of many virtues. Con
centration upon the problems of char
acter makes it easy and noble. Pub Public
lic Public confession of sins is an act of will,
an assertion of the best in one's self.
The day brings men together in a
consciousness of their common mor mortality.
tality. mortality. Judaism makes men genu genuinely
inely genuinely democratic; it makes them
realize they are equal before God.
i One phase of the ritual of the day
is the thought and memory of the
dead. Each man thinks of the void
that has come into his career through
the loss of kindred and of the obliga obligations
tions obligations he has because of it. And all
think of the eminent dead, of the men
of efficiency and world-influence, who
have served and advanced the good
of the world. In this too there is evi
dence of the democracy of Judaism.
Whatever their origin or place, the
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
We solicit new business with a view
of making it mutually profitable.
WILL EXCHANGE FOR AUTO
I will exchange, even, an eighty- &
acre tract of land within plain sight I
of the denot at Lerov. Marion county. X
for a five-passenger touring automo automobile,
bile, automobile, in good running condition. Land
is good land to cultivate, and has
probably some mineral under it. The
title is clear and all taxes paid. Ad Address,
dress, Address, Box GOC, Ocala, Fla. 8-27 dw tf
It is certainly surprising that any
woman will endure the miserable feel feelings
ings feelings caused by biliousness and consti constipation,
pation, constipation, when relief is so easily had
and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas.
Peek, Gates, N. Y writes: "About a
year ago I used two bottles of Cham- j
berlain's Tablets and they cured me I
of biliousness and constipation." Ob- i
COTTAGE PRAYER MEETING
i (in 1
This is our
HOFFMAN? IT I S
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
h can not wear or tear. Call and ?e
It do the w-jik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
Cottage prayer meeting will be
held Sunday night at the residence of
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Webb at Ken Ken-drick.
drick. Ken-drick. Subject, law. Leader Mr.
Shaw. Everyone welcome.
Try one cf those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
THE GREATEST nOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocala. Ice & PacMmg Co.
great and good are mentioned with
appreciation. WHEN IN NEED OF
The Day of Atonement is a day for
inner peace, and accordingly, the
Jews re-assert their loyalty to peace
for themselves and for mankind. By
the assertion of the better self they
broaden it into good-will for fellow-
men. Know thyself, and if thou dost, j
thou wilt understand, feel with and j
respect thy fellowman. This is the
basis of justice and peace.
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
and FLAT SHEETS
All Forms of Metal
All sizes and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
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LlBcJJl!iJ TRIP IjAnKSoiiViiiE
EU3MbAYf SEPT- 6th
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Go North by Sea'
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New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
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Standard Railroad of the South
Tickets on sale for all regu regular
lar regular trains September 4U and
morning trains September 5th.
Limited to leave Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 9:30 p. m., September
For information or tickets
M. R. WILLIAMS, C. T. A.
Elaborate Labor Day Program Arranged at Pablo Beach. Govern Governor
or Governor Park Trammell will address the multitudes. There will "be Auto,
Motorcycle and Bicycle Races. The -features of the day will be a
'100-yard dash foot race for ladies. Dancing day and night. Fire
works at night.
Tickets on sale for all regular trains September Cth. Good re
turning to and including train leaving Jacksonville 9:30 p. m. Sept. 9
G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A., JOHN BOISSEAU, C. T. A, ;
Jacksonville, Fla. Ocala, Florida.
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL nAVE
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
j MOTS M TO IS
: 3E A B f A IKE ID-
Belleview .. .. 2.00
Anthony ......... 1.50
Tickets on sale for regular trains
morning train of September
Sparr .. $1X0
Hawthorne, ... ... ..... 1X0
Island Grove 1X0
September 4 th and early
Tickets are good returning
on regular trains to and including train No. 23, leaving Fernan Fernan-dina,
dina, Fernan-dina, September 7th, 1915.
SEE YOUR TICKET AGENT
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Ocala, Florida. Jacksonville, Fla.
Monday, September f.th, 1915,
(Labor Day) being a legal holiday in
the state of Florida, the banks of this
city will be closed for business on that
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Na National
tional National Bank.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 303
PROM IT SERVICE
Care Square Deal Garage
YONGETS BLOCK. OCALA
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St. Leo College
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On' Mile East of San Antonio
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MEN. INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
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(If you have any items for thi3 department, call 'phone 106)
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Yoii want to be SURE your, prescriptions will be filled right.
Then brins them to us and they will be filled accurately with
only the best quality compounds of tested strength and purity.
Life is too precious to permit carelessness in a drug store; we
will not allow it.
You can rely on EVERYTHING you buy in our Drug Store.
4nii-Monopoly Drug Store.
WE TAKE CARE
"WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WHITE"
Wo Extra Charge
For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
is quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Your clothes will last longer when laundered with modern
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Come
in and inspect our plant' and see our methods of handling collars.
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Thought for the Day
We all have our heart angels -ministering
spirits that come tUnling
into the sanctuary of our inner life so
silently that we cannot ever hear the
, ru.stle of their wings. Tho you may
be vexed or irritated, grieved and dis distressed,
tressed, distressed, the presence of one of our
heart angels drives away all disturb disturbances
ances disturbances and fills us with cheerfulness
and peace. God forbid that you bear
ill toward any one, least of all to towards
wards towards one who should be near to you.
Open your heart and let the evil
spirit out and let peace and gool will
breathe forth an incense that will
abide forever. Selected.
Mrs. J. E. Johnson and little daugh
ters, Sarah and Lucy, left last night
for Swainsborough, Ca., for a visit of
several weeks to relatives.
Mrs. Lee Kirby Smith of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and little one are spending a
while in New York City the guests
Miss Lina Day Codbee of Waldo
and Miss Susan Tidball of Fayett Fayett-ville.
ville. Fayett-ville. Ark., will arrive tomorrow to
take the teachers examination neces necessary
sary necessary before entering upon their duties
for the winter at the Ocala high
school. These ladies will make their
home with Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Gerig.
Miss Zala Johnson of Franklin, Ky.,
will arrive this afternoon to accept a
position as teacher of the sixth grade
in the Ocala high school.
Mrs. Ardis Waterman will return
Sunday afternoon from a visit of
some length to her mother, Mrs. B. J.
Potter and sister, Mrs. Mallory Lid Lid-don
don Lid-don in Jacksonville.
Miss Margaret Taylor expects to
leave Monday morning for Valdosta,
Ga., where she will remain all winter
as an instructor in the Georgia Nor Normal
mal Normal College.
Mrs. II. B. Clarkson and family
have returned to Lake Weir after a
short visit to the city.
Mrs. Jack Camp and little son will
leave tomorrow for a visit to relatives
Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Robinson, Miss
Rosebud Robinson and little Miss
Lucile Robinson left early this morn morning
ing morning for a trip in their car to Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, where they will visit Mr. and
Mrs. Emmett E. Robinson, after
which they expect to motor to At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, returning by way of Savannah,
for a visit to relatives.
Mrs. James Taylor and little
daughter are at home again after a
visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Taylor at
Mr. and Mrs. Carter II. Dame re returned
turned returned today-from a week's stay in
Pensacola, where they have been in
attendance upon a meeting of the
Woodmen of the World, of which Mr.
Dame is state organizer.
Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Dellon have
moved from the Gerig residence on
Oklawaha avenue into the Gates cot cottage
tage cottage on Daugherty street.
Master Otis Green is at home form
Camp Mucoso for the week-end with
his mother, Mrs. Emily Green. The
camp will close about the 20th after
a most successful summer.
A card from Mr. G. C. Cannons to
friends in" this city reports Mrs. Can Cannons
nons Cannons as improving nicely from her
recent illness at Hot Springs, N. C.,
where she is taking a course of treat treatment,
ment, treatment, Mrs. E. M. Howard will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow noon for Champaign, 111., for
a visit of some length to her hus husband's
band's husband's father, Dr. Howard and fam family.
ily. family. Mr. Howard will accompany his
wife as far as Jacksonville.
Miss Maude Mcintosh is the guest
for the week end of Miss Blair Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row at Woodmar.
Mr. Gus Waters and his mother
were the guests for the day of Mrs.
J. A. McClymonds, driving over from
Electra this morning.
Mr. Hibbert Weathers is expected
home in a few days from a delight-1
ful vacation of a month spent with
his brothers in New York City and
Short Hills, N. J.
Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Preece have gone
to Lake Weir to spend two weeks,
having taken one of the Bradford cot cottages
tages cottages for the time.
m m m
Mr. William Hocker is spending a
few days at White Springs.
Mrs. Eulenfeld and daughter, Miss
Hilda Eulenfeld and several friends
were in the city today from Muclan,
combining business with pleasure.
The many friends of Miss Sarah
Gross will bepleased to learn that she
has almost entirely recovered from
her almost serious accident of last
Rev. W. G. Fletcher left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for his home near St. Augus Augustine.
tine. Augustine. During his stay in our city he
: was a guest at the Davis House on
Mr. and Mrs. tieorge Hill are
prominent representatives of the
; Blitchton s-xction in the city today.
Mater J. W. Davis Jr. returned to today
day today from a lengthy visit to his aunt,
. Mrs. Frazier and family at Boca
MRS. L. C. MOBLEY
Mrs. L. C. Mobley, died last night
at her home in Norman Park, Ga.,
where ?he has resided ever since her
marriage. Mrs. Mobley was former
ly Miss Erroll Bailey, of this city.
She was lorn and raised to young
womanhood in Ocala and was the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John E.
Bailey of this city.
Mrs. Mobley had been ill for ten
days with tyhoid fever. It was only
known for the past two or three
days that she was seriously ill. Her
brother, Mr. Lawton Bailey, and sis
ter, Mrs. Reed, went to her bedside
a few days ago and were with her
and the heartbroken husband and lit little
tle little son when the end came at 10
o'clock last night.
The remains will be shipped to
Ocala for burial but the hour of the
funeral has not been set.
No life had been happier than Mrs.
Mobley's. till several years after her
marriage when death took her first
born child. Three children were tak taken
en taken from her by death, only one sur surviving
viving surviving her, a little son, who, with the
husband, aunt and uncle, will accom accompany
pany accompany the body home.
Mr. and Mrs. Bailey are among th
oldest citizens of Ocala, both in ag
and in point of residence. Their
children were all born and reared in
this city. The family's friends are
numerous, and all will be deeply
grieved to hear of the death of the
daughter and sister.
Mrs. Mobley was a little more than
thirty years of age.
The Star extends its sincerest
sympathy to the bereaved family in
their hour of affliction.
The remains of Mrs. Mobley will
arrive on the Seaboard train tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at one o'clock, and the
funeral services will be held imme immediately
diately immediately after. Interment will be made
in the family lot in Evergreen ceme cemetery.
tery. cemetery. Mclver & MacKay will have
charge of the arrangements.
MISS ALEATIIEA ASHLEY
A telegram to the Star this morn morning
ing morning from Mr. II. J. Ashley at Moul Moultrie,
trie, Moultrie, Ga., stated that Miss Aleatha,
his sixteen year old daughter, died
last night. No announcement has
been made as to the funeral arrange arrangements,
ments, arrangements, but it is thought that she will
be buried at the former home of the
Ashleys at Thomasville, Ga.
Miss Aleatha has during her sev several
eral several years' residence in Ocala made
many friends who' will be grieved to
learn of her death. The family has
the sympathy of Ocala friends in
their hour of sorrow.
Miss Ellie Kibler and Mr. W. F.
Reed, both of Lakeland, were married
at Dunnellon, the former home of the
bride, Friday morning. We do not
know of any opposition to the mar marriage
riage marriage on the part of the bride's father
but the two young folks preferred to
be married away from home. The
bride is the oldest daughter of Mr. A.
B. Kibler of Lakeland, and spent most
of her life in Dunnellon. When a lit little
tle little girl Miss Kibler resided with her
parents in Ocala for a few months.
The bride is a very pretty young
lady, accomplished and has a great
many friends, both at Dunnellon and
Lakeland. Mr. Reed is cashier of one
of the banks of Lakeland, is a deser deservedly
vedly deservedly popular young man there and
has a host of friends to wish him and
his fair bride a long life of happiness.
Moss Bluff, Sept. 1. Mrs. Dixie
Evans of Orlando who is visiting hef
brother, Mr. J. C Pillans of Electra,
spent a few days with her niece, Mrs.
J. S. Martin.
Misses Sallie and AdJie Morrison
was the guest of Miss Kate Long
Mr. H. L. Hall of Rochelle was a
visitor at the Bluff Sunday.
Little Miss Edith Martin spent
Sunday with her grandmother, Mrs.
J. C. Pillans.
Mr. S. J. Martin made a business
trip to Ocala the jast week."
Mr. D. Long is on the sick list this
Prayer meeting was postioned Sun Sunday
day Sunday on account of Rev. Gorbit preach preaching
ing preaching at Electra. A large crowd attend attended
ed attended Sunday school in the afternoon.
Miss Mary McKim was the guest
of Mrs. J. S. Martin Monday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Miss Mary Connor of Oklawaha is
the truest of Mrs. M. N. Waters this
Mrs. Barber and Mr. Andrew Hol Hol-ton
ton Hol-ton of Electra spent Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon at the home of Mr. and Mrs. M.
The farmers of this section are
busy picking cotton.
W. K. Lane, M. D.. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala.
Have you tried those delicious Max-
ixe cherries? 50 cents per ound, at
Berlin, Aug. CO. Miss Mary Gates,
of Ocala, spent last week here the
guest of Miss Fae Beck.
Quite a number of Woodmen met
at the home of Mrs. J. A. Carter last
Thursday and gathered her corn crop
for her. The yield was large and
the quality of corn was good.
There was a. large attendance at
the ice cream.supper last Friday even evening
ing evening at the Fellowship school house
and a real nice sum of money was
realized from the sale of cream. The
proceeds will be used to purchase a
Miss Fae Beck left last Saturday
for Eureka where she will teach
school this ensuing term.
Corn gathering is the order of the
Mr. W. B. Rawls finished enumer enumerating
ating enumerating the census in Blitchton and Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant precincts last week.
Miss Pauline Collins, who has been
the gue.t of Miss Geneva McCully for
the past week, has returned to her
home in Irvine.
Misses Do vie Gates and Bessie
Marshall returned to their home in
Ocala la?t Sunday, after spending a
very pleasant week as the guests of
Miss Lora Brooks.
Miss 5arah Ferguson left last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for Cotton Plant, where she
will visit relatives for a fortnight.
A good rain would be a pleasant
visitor here now on account of the
cane and potatoe crops.
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latcft styles and cuts at
A FLORIDA MOTHER'S
I1anfc City, Fla.. "I caa recoiaricsj
Dr. Pierce 'a medicines.
pves new life aal
energy, and there
la no better blood
The 'Pleasant Pel Pellets
lets Pellets cannot be cur-
fassed for the liver,
have taken Fa Fa-vorite
vorite Fa-vorite Prescription
and found it very
motherhood." Mrs. L. M. AxdE30N,
Plant City, Fla.
Get Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery to-day from any medicine dealer;
tratinz that it
deposits in the joints and carries them out
of the system.
Depend upon this grand remedy to giro
you the kind of blood that makes the akin
clear, the mind alert, the vision keener, and
puts ambition and energy into the entire
body. You won't be disappointed. For
free advice or free booklet on blood, write
Dr. M. Pierce, Buffalo. N. Y.
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets not only
the original but the best IMiU Liver PiZp
first put up orrr 40 year ago, by Doctor
It. Pierce, have been much imitated but
never equaled, as thousands attest.
EVERY MARRIED COUPLE
and all who contemplate marriage ahouU
own this complete book of Life The
Common Sense Medical Adviser," by
It. V. Pierce, M. D. It unfolds the ee ee-creta
creta ee-creta of married happiness, bo often re revealed
vealed revealed too late. No book Eke it to be
bad at any price. 1003 pjs bound in
doth. Sold formerly for J 1.50.
Special Offer: For a limited time we
will send one copy for 3 dimes to pay cost
of wrapping and mailing, to any reader of
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Buffalo, N. Y.
Our success depends on the success of the community.
We invite any one who needs the service of a strong banking institution
to call and talk over their plans with us.
The Ocala National Basil
Capital and Surplus $90,000
THIS IS THE NEW 1916 MODEL
Miss Marie White was married to
Mr. M. Stone Thursday night at the
residence of the bride's father in
Dunnellon. The young people are
quite popular in Dunnellon and vicin vicinity.
ity. vicinity. They will continue to make their
home in the Phosphate City.
A CASE OF NEED
Mr. Edward Kohse, living near
Summerfield, with his wife on 20
acres of land recently purchased
there, had his house destroyed by fire,
together with everything in the
world that he possessed on the 22nd
of tHis month. Mr. Kohse is in dire
need of assistance, and anyone wish wishing
ing wishing to help him and his family can
communicate with this office, dw tf
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
Ask for BUTTER NUT bread and
don't let anyene make you believe
that any other is "just as good."
Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, tf
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-cash.
cash. dol-cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
lar's worth of other groceries, for
SSI r t 1,1
IT IS A
Five Passenger Touring. Car
ITS PRICE IS
The Roadster is
The Maxwell is the Best Looldng,
The Best Riding and Cheapest Car
Of any of the 1916 Products
The MAXWELL will give you MORE Tire, Gasolene arid Oil Miles
and Less Expense for General Upkeep than any automobile made, with
no exceptions. You can see the new car and get a demonstration of what
it will do by calling on the agent. Catalogs and specifications mailed on request
J J J J
liXio JlAio VhillMW
Agent for Marion County
Ocala - FloFMa
JTry a DAILY STAR Want Ad-It Pays
OCALA EVENING STAB SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4, 1915
XTi- "P T TTflvn;rnn will Ipjivp tn-
night for his annual shopping tour to
New York City.
On Saturday and Monday, 1?
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
The W. C. T. U. will meet Monday
afternoon at the Baptist church. The
WILL BEGIN AT FRANK'S STORE ON
EIPTo. S) AoM
MffigfiklllC iQvCui J&IMIL JuLOMn
hour is 4 o'clock, and a large atten attendance
dance attendance is especially desired.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
The funeral services of the late Mr.
Frank W. LufTman at Anthony yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon were attended by a
large concourse of friends of the fam family,
ily, family, and the pall bearers were his
young school mates.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.
-Mr. Robert W. Ferguson and Mr.
V. Potts of Oldtown were transacting
business and greeting old friends on
our streets today.
A full line or loose leaf ledgers,
note books and memorandums al
ways on hand at Gerig's. tf
Mr. Morris Fmchtman has return
ed from his semi-annual purchasing
trip to New York City.
On Saturday and Monday, 17
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
casb- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Mr. Claude Nelson, who resigned
his position with the Marion Hard
ware Company, is spending a few
weeks at his old home near Columbia,
Those cakes made at Carter's Bak
ery under the name "DELICIOUS'
are everything that the name indi
cates. bix navors made iresn every
day and put up in 10c packages. Ac
cept no other. tf
At the Temple tonight will be tho
extra-interesting Pathe News, two
first-rate comedies and a drama.
There will be a specially good pro program
gram program Monday evening.
AND WILL CONTINUE FOR 16 DAYS
HE store has been completely ransacked, bringing to light quantities of SUMMER Merchan Merchandise,
dise, Merchandise, more than we will tolerate Every lot of it must go now. We will spare nothing!
Prices that are amazingly low have been marked on these remaining items. Values and
even actual costs have had no influence in the price marking, with the inevitable result
exceptional values for you. iarge savings can be made savings limited only by the amount
of the purchases made by you.
Store will be
Sold at a
The MEN'S CLOTHING and FURNISHINGS DEPARTMENT is to be entirely closed out during
this great sale, so we have made astounding reductions on every article of men's wear. Tha bar bargains
gains bargains offered now are the greatest in the history of this business. Terrriendous savings will be
made by every purchaser.
PEWOW O'AY SPEDAL
J iL fjjj) f y .eil "if fESE fjiit lisi t.i 3th
To the first fifty Grown Customers entering our store after 9 a. m. on
that day, we will sell a Dress Pattern, containing
8 Yards BEATRICE CREPE for 25c
This goods never sells for less than 10c per yard. Only one pattern to a customer.
Sat. Sept. 25
Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
8 2-tf Lattner's Fiano Store.
Mr. Nelson Geise has resigned his
position as bookkeeper in the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank and accepted a similar
"one with the Marion Hardware Com Company.
pany. Company. : r-y-'V
Fresh shipment of Norris famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Mr. W. P. Huckaby, who has been
for some time connected with the
local ticket office of the A. C. L., has
been temporarily installed as. city
freight agent in place of Mr. John F.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road "which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Mr. L. B. Griggs of Lynne is among
the visitors in the city today and re reports
ports reports his youngest daughter ill wijh
fever, tho not seriously sick.
You'll Eventually Trade Here
F M A M IPS 9
Where You're Treated Right
SUNDAY SERVICES AT
TIIE METHODIST CHURCH
GOLD MEDAL CONTEST
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Junior League, 3 p. m.
Senior League, 4 p. m.
The Epworth League will Jiave
charge of the service at 7:45 p. m.,
this being a rally service, of the
league, when reports will be made
from the league as to the work done.
All cordially invited.
J. M. Gross, Pastor.
Mr. Norris Levis, of Gainesville, and
his son, Norris Levis, 'Jr., were in
town yesterday, on their way home
from a business visit to St. Petersburg.
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone SOO. tf
JFHESIHI OYSTERS I
Solid Quart 50c
Solid Pint 25c
i Moderate Prices on all kinds Fresli Fish and Meat
in SF.rnxn rtrkptt ?
A gold medal contest was held at
Griner Farm last night. It was a
band of brave people who were inter interested
ested interested enough to come so far to speak
and to listen in spite of the rain. The
speakers were Roger Lyle, Imogene
Stevens, Lindner McConn, Maryela
Bray,: Edna Murphy and Robert
Suggs. The medal was awarded to
Mr. Suggs, with Mr. Moff aft, Mrs.
Jaryis and Mrs. Peebles as judges.
There will soon be a silver medal con contest
test contest at Pedro by a class of young men.
CARRYING THE WAR
(Continued from First Page)
Miss Sadie Hope of Jacksonville,
after a pleasant visit to her uncle,
Mr. J. B. Carlisle, and family in this
city, returned today to her home.
Mr. L. S. Light of Reddick, i3
among the business visitors in the
city today. He reports rather a short
corn crop in his immediate vicinity,
which is in an exceptional condition in
Marion county this season.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
I III A
We want to call especial attention of parents having children go going
ing going to school away from home to the superior advantages offered by
the Marion County High School at Ocala and to the convenient, com comfortable,
fortable, comfortable, home-like and economical advantages of our dormitory for
The institution will continue under the management of Mrs. D. M.
Roberts as matron who so successfully handled it last term and the
rates will continue to be $13 PER MONTH. It is under the direct
supervision of the county school board and the people of the county
can find no better high school advantages nor desirable boarding ar arrangements
rangements arrangements anywhere. Address either the matron or
Sunt. J. II. Brinson, Ocala, Florida
FOR SALE Model AA Maxwell run runabout
about runabout in very best of condition. Has
been run less than 1000 miles. Top,
prest-o-lite, new coil and tires all
good. A nifty little car and a bar bargain
gain bargain for cash. Address Auto, care
FOR SALE New $50 RANGE for
only $28.50; fine, large, heavy cast
iron, with large brass hot water tank
and large over. New never used. Big
bargain. Can be seen at residence of
E. C. Smith, 403 Daugherty street.
(Anthony road). fri-sat-tf
WANTED Any one desiring board
in pj-ivate family; house well venti ventilated
lated ventilated and screened. Apply to 1129
Fort King avenue, Ocala, Fla. 9-3-1 m
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
WANTED From 1 to 100 head of
hogs to fatten on shares, or by the
month at 80c per head. Every pre precaution
caution precaution will be used to keep hogs in
a healthy condition. W. B. Perry,
Oxford, Fla. 8-lG-26t.
BURNISHED RESIDENCE FOR
RENT An ;eight-room residence, ev every
ery every modern convenience and fully
furnished in every particular. Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant surroundings and close to public
square. Would not rent for less than
six months. Apply at Star office tf
LOST Gold ring, signet of onyx
Greek warrior intaglio. Reward at
the Star office. 28-Ct
WANTED Ten teams to haul ties;
standard prices paid. Apply to G. G.
Aired, Electra, Fla. 31-6t
FOR EXCHANGE Will exchange
Ocala or Lake Weir property for au automobile.
tomobile. automobile. Car must be in good "con
dition. Address "X," care Star. 4-6t I
briefly tho efforts that SIngleterry,
member of the house from Jackson
county, made in 1911 to abolish the
fee system, and the efforts to kill it
that were made by the lobby of coun county
ty county officials which camped in Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee in such numbers, stayed there
with such persistence, and Importun Importuned
ed Importuned the members with such vehemence
at all hours of the day and night, that
the members seeing, that they could
neither eat nor sleep, nor attend to
any other business, as long as this office-holding
contingent remained in
Tallahassee, finally let it be quietly
understood that the SIngleterry bill
would not be reached on the calendar
so as to come up for consideration
v (Concluded Monday)
Mrs. L. A. Soar, of Little River,
who has for some time been the guest
of her sister, Mrs. W. LColbert, left
yesterday for Hawthorn, where she
will visit another sister, Mrs. D. II.
Mathews for a few days before re returning
turning returning to her east coast home.
Mr. E. T. Helvenston leaves tonight
for New York to purchase his fall
and winter line of dry goods. He says
he proposed to get the very latest of
everything in his line, and in view of
the bright prospects for a big trade
this fall will not stint his purchases.
On his return about the 20th he will
spend several days with his family,
who are spending the summer at Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona eBach.
Mr. W. W. Harriss and Mr. Albert
Harriss returned last night from an
extensive automobile business trip
through the northern portion of the
state. They were accompanied home
by Mr. Harry Hassen of Jacksonville,
who will be their week-end guest.
We have a few of the famous Shu Shumate
mate Shumate and Chase razors which we will
sell below cost price to close out. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS
If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-upholstered, re-polished
or. remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala,
The John Dozier Co. begs to an announce
nounce announce that its mills are up and
working, and it is prepared to fur
nih any formula that its customers
may desire, outside of its regular line,
at the lowest possible price. We sell
to everybody. We pay the highest
price for country corn on the cob. 6t
We have just received our new
bean seed for the fall planting; all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf
GREAT INCREASE IN PAY
FOR NEW YORK GOVERNOR
State Convention Refuses to Abolish
Albany, N. Y., Sept. 4. In the
closing hours of the constitutional
convention the body refused to
abolish the death penalty and voted to
increase the governor's salary from
0,000 to $20,000.
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and found them to be just as repre represented,
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dizzy spells and other symptoms de denoting
noting denoting a torpid liver and a disorder disordered
ed disordered condition of the digestive organs.
They are worth their weight in gold,"
writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba, N.
Y. Obtainable everywhere.
TO THE PUBLIC
"I feel that I owe the manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers of. Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of
gratitude," writes Mrs. T.VN. Wither Wither-all,
all, Wither-all, Gowanda, N. Y. "When I began
taking this medicine I was in great
pain and feeling terribly sick, due to
an attack of summer complaint. After
taking a dose of it I had not long to
wait for relief as it benefited me al almost
most almost immediately." Obtainable ev everywhere.
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"INhave tried most all of the coagh
cures and find that there is none that
equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It has never failed to give me prompt
relief," writes W. V. Harner, Mont
pelier, Ind. When you have a cold
give this remedy a trial and see for
yourself what splendid medicine it is.
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I could not get up. without pulling at
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The least amount of work tired me
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something to quiet their nerves and
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U'you are a woman, suffering from any
of the numerous symptoms of womanly
trouble, take Cardui. It will help you.
At all druggists.
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JUST LOOK VT THESE PRICES
FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND MONDAY
WHITE BACON, per lb. 12c
SUGAR, 16 pounds for...., $1.00
FLAVO COFFEE, a fine seller, lb, 15c
OCTAGON SOAP, 6 bars,. .....:25c
EXPORT SOAP, 7 bars, ..: 25c
SPANISH OLIVES, per bottle .....8c
ALAGA SYRUP, per can 8c
PLAYMATE FLOUR g $uunndd StMl
FLASHLIGHT 82 FLOUR g:jbb.bi5000c
FINE IRISH POTATOES, -per pk. 25c
FINE LARGE LEMONS,- per doz. 15c
SUPREME CREAMERY BUTTER, lb 35c
NEW YORK AND RETURN
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth. 1
TICKETS NOW ON SALE COOL ON ANY SIIIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31t.
Writ for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL FLORIDA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
Put your AD in the STAR,