The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Porter & Harding
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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PRESS
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VOL. 21.

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Berlin May Also be Requested
von Bernstorff

IIJTERFEREfiCE OF TEUTONS
Washington, Sept. 10. The presi president's
dent's president's request to Austria to recall
her ambassador has brought about a
situation which contains possibilities
extending to other diplomats of the
Germanic allies. Ambassador Dumba
asked an American, James Archibald,
to carry a communication to Vienna,
and it is also understood unofficially
that Archibald also carried a mes message
sage message for Captain Von Papen, the mil military
itary military attache of the German embassy.
Officials refused to discuss the cases,
but it is known that the state depart department
ment department is reviewing the actions of
Count Von Bernstorff and Consul
General Von Nuber of Austria.
Bernstorq is not involved to the ex extent
tent extent that Dumba is. However, Papen's
message was of a private nature, to
his wife, and it is understood it con contained
tained contained uncomplimentary remarks
about American officials. The fact
that it is a private message makes no
difference. Dumba's letter, it is re reported,
ported, reported, contained an enclosure refer referring
ring referring to negotiations between Nuber
and the editor of a foreign language
newspaper, concerning bringing about
strikes in the Bethlehem steel works
and other munitions factories.
WAS TOO MUCH FOR WILSON
Washington, Sept. 10. Ambassa Ambassador
dor Ambassador Penfield at Vienna was instruct instruct-ede
ede instruct-ede by cable last night to inform the
Austro-Hungarian government that
Dr. Cohstantine Dumba was no long longer
er longer an acceptable envoy to the United
States and to ask for his recall.
This action was the answer of the
American government to Dumba's ex explanation
planation explanation of his intercepted letter to
Vienna outlining his' plans for han handicapping
dicapping handicapping the American plants mak making
ing making war supplies for the Allies.
The instructions sent Ambassador
Penfield says that Ambassador Dum Dumba
ba Dumba admits conspiring to cripple legit legitimate
imate legitimate industries and trade of Amer Americans
icans Americans and that he flagrantly violated
diplomatic propriety by employing an
American as the secret bearer of offi official
cial official dispatches.
DUMBA'S
WHEREABOUTS
IN DOUBT
ARE
New York, Sept. 10. The Aus Austrian
trian Austrian ambassador, Dr. Dumba, left
for his summer home at Lenox, Mass.,
this morning, according to informa information
tion information given at the hotel, where he
spent the night, after a long confer conference
ence conference with the German ambassador. It
is persistently rumored, however,
that Dr. Dumba has secluded himself
in his apartments.
HIS VOICE FAILED HIM
It became known later that Dr.
Dumba was at the hotel when Count
von Bernstorff called and had a long
conference with him. After the meet meeting,
ing, meeting, Bernstorff declined to give any
information.
PUNISHED FOR PERJURY
Gustav StahL the German Reservist,
who Said he Saw the Lusi Lusi-tania's
tania's Lusi-tania's Guns
New York, Sept. 10. Gustav Stahl,
the German reservist, who pleaded
guilty yesterday to the charge of per perjury
jury perjury in making statements that the
Cunard liner Lusitania was armed
when she left New York on her fatal
voyage, was sentenced to serve a
term of one and one-half years in the
federal penitentiary in Atlanta,
Just after the Lusitania was sunk
by a German submarine, Stahl made
affidavits setting forth that he saw
four guns mounted on the Lusitania
just before her last voyage. He and
others in New York tried to make
proof that the liner was armed when
she was sent to the bottom by the
German underwater boat-
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.

THE STAR
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WITH OUR DOMESTIC AFFAIRS
THE ADM1NISTRA110N
(Associated Press)
rain
OF AHTILLERY
ALL THAT PREVENTED RUS RUS-RIANS
RIANS RUS-RIANS FROM UTTERLY
ROUTING THEIR
ENEMIES
( Associated Pres)
London, Sept. 10. In their victor victories
ies victories at Tarnopol and Trembowla,
twenty miles farther south in Galicia,
the Russians" took more than 15,000
prisoners, they say, but were unable
to follow their advantage because of
the inferior, artillery. The Austrians
were not pushed beyond the river
Sereth.
Basing their judgment on report'
that the Germans are fortifying them themselves
selves themselves strongly near Vilna, together
with events in the south, and the slow
movement in the German center, the
British feel that cessation of the Ger German
man German offensive is close at hand. Such
development would mean a victory
for that faction in the German staff,
that has argued against lengthening
communications as involving too
much risk to warrant further ad
vance.
French and German claims in the
west are so varied that it is impossi
ble to get a clear idea of happenings.
The Germans say the crown prince
has made good gains in the Argonne.
Bitter fighting is likely, in this sec
tion in the next ten days.
SONS OF VETERANS
Called to Attend an Important Meet
ing This Evening
There will be a special meeting of
the Sons of Confederate Veterans at
the court house Friday evening, Sep
tember 10, 1915, at 7:45.
Ocala will entertain the state con convention
vention convention of the Sons of Veterans in
October next, and every member is
urged to be present to discuss various
features of the approaching conven convention.
tion. convention. D. Niel Ferguson, Comdt.
W.-T. Gary, Adjutant.
RESERVE THE RIGHT TO
SHOOT AT RANGERS
Brownsville, Tex., Sapt. 10. Car Carranza
ranza Carranza troops entrenched on the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican side of the Rio Grande near Pro Pro-gresso,
gresso, Pro-gresso, about thirty miles northwest
of Brownsville, have given warning
that they "reserved the right" to fire
upon any state rangers, deputies or
civilians who appeared on the Texas
bank of the river.
A. G. SPALDING
San Diego, Cal.. Sept. 10. A. G.
Spalding, the well known sporting
goods manufacturer, died at his home
here last night.
FARMING ON A TOWN LOT
"Farmer" F. E. McClane has done
well this season on a town lot near
his residence in the southeastern part
of town in his farming operations. In
the spring he harvefUsi 1800 pounds
of outs, worth $25 per ton, and has
just harvested 2100 pounds of pea pea-vine
vine pea-vine hay, which is worth $20 per ton,
at a cost of not over for the two
crops, which represents the total cost
of making the crops.
Those cakes made at Carter's Bak Bakery
ery Bakery under the name "DELICIOUS"
are everything that the name indi indicates.
cates. indicates. Six flavors mads fresh every
day and put up in 10c packages. Ac Accept
cept Accept no other. tf

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O'jAl-jAl

OCALA, FLORIDA, PKIDAY, SEPTE3IBER 10, 1915

IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

PAR

to Recall Count
HAS EVIDENTLY IRRITATED
CARRANZA il
WILLING TO CONFER
IN REGARD TO SETTLING MEX MEX-ICO'S
ICO'S MEX-ICO'S INTERNAL AFFAIRS
(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 10. Carranza
in his reply to the Pan-American
conferees has agreed to discuss the
international aspects of the situation,
but refuses regarding Mexican in internal
ternal internal affairs. His answer is expect expected
ed expected today or tomorrow. He gave
practically the same answer to the
A. B. C. conference.
GERMANS GAVE A MILITARY
FUNERAL TO TWO FRENCH
AVIATORS
(.Associated Press)
Geneva, Sept. 10. Two
French
aviators who were killed when their
machine struck a barbed wire en entanglement
tanglement entanglement in landing, causing the
explosion of bombs carried in the ma machine,
chine, machine, were buried with military hon honors
ors honors by the Germans.
HOME TEAM WON THE GAME
The ball game at Hunter Park
yesterday afternoon was, as all Ocala
games of late, thinly attended, but it
wasr a very good game and those who
didn't see it missed something.
The home team won by a score of
5 to 2. The Citra boys played with
their usual snap, but they were de decidedly
cidedly decidedly outclassed.
The line-ups were as follows:
Citra: M. Feagle, c; W. Feagle, p;
N. Eargles, lb; G. Denham, 2b; Hop Hop-son,
son, Hop-son, 3b; Gates, ss; J. Eargles, If;
Wood, cf ; S. Lambert, rf.
Ocala: Bartley, c; Harris, p and If;
Bullock, lb; Davis, 2b; Dewey, 3b;
Zewadski, ss; Anderson, If and lb;
Galloway, cf and lb; Dinkins, rf;
Lcavengood, rf.
The first man up for Citra in the
first inning reached first on an error
and reached home on a single.
Ocala did not score until the fifth
inning. Zewadski soaked one to the
bank and reached third. Davis went
to first on an overthrow, Zewadski
scoring. Davis scored when the
catcher threw low to third.
In the sixth inning, Ocala scored
two runs. Dinkins reached first on an
error. Galloway singled and Dinkins
was safe in home, when the catcher
dropped the ball. Harris sent a long
fly to the outfield, scoring Galloway.
In the seventh Ocala scored again.
Dewey crossed the pan on errors and
Leavengood's single. In Citra half
of the seventh one run was tallied.
Denham singled, went to second on
an overthrow and came home on an
overthrow.
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. N. 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
erywhere.
A full line of loese leai ledgers,
note l.coks and memorandums al always
ways always on hand at Ceng's. tf

HONDBFD 101
ARM ENEMIES

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STANDS

AS WAS TO BE EXPECTED, GEM

SlIIKIIie THE ARABIC

(Associated Press)

Berlin, Sept. 10. The German gov government,
ernment, government, in a note to the United
States on the sinking of the Arabic
"most deeply regrets that lives were
lost through the actions of its com commanders
manders commanders and particularly expresses
this regret to the government of the
United States, on account of the death
of American citizens." The note adds:
"The German government is unable,
however, to acknowledge any obliga obligation
tion obligation or grant indemnity in the matter,
even if the commander should have
been mistaken as to the intentions of
the Arabic."
The note says that the commander
was not allowed to attack the Arabic
without warning and without saving
lives, unless the ship tried to escape,
or resisted. From the details of the
actions of the Arabic before the com commander
mander commander of the submarine submerged
and fired the torpedo, Germany is
forced to conclude that the Arabic
planned an attack.
The commander reports that he had
been fired upon on the Irish Sea on
August 14th, by a large passenger
steamer, which he neither attacked or
stopped. The notethen expresses re regret
gret regret and declares that it cannot ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge any obligation or pay in
demnity. It states that if it is im
possible to reach a harmonious agree agreement,
ment, agreement, Germany is willing to submit
the matter to The Hague. In so do
ing, however, it assumes the arbital
decision, "shall not be admitted to
have any importance On the general
decision on the permissibility on con
verse under international law of Ger
man submarine warfare."
AMERICA UNWILLING TO
BATE THE PRINCIPLE
INVOLVED
DE-
Washington, Sept. 10. There is no
official comment on the German note
on the Arabic, but it is indicated that
the explanation is disappointing.
President Wilson spent several hours
studying the communication. It is
understood the United States is will willing
ing willing to submit to -The Hague the
amount of indemnity to be paid, but
is unwilling to submit the question of
the principle involved.
RAMBLING AND
SCATTERING REMARKS
Problem that will Puzzle Many Can Can-dicates
dicates Can-dicates in the Next Primary
(By Claude L'Engle)
In the old days considered good or
bad according to whether you look looked
ed looked upon politics as a business or an
inspiration when the limit of ex expenditures
penditures expenditures was the sky, candidates
for public office had one hard propo proposition
sition proposition to solve, which was how to get
the mone yto make themselves suffi sufficiently
ciently sufficiently known to put themselves in
the way of getting enough votes to
win.
At this time, they have two hard
problems to solve to raise the nec necessary
essary necessary "wherewith," (itself hard
enough in these war times to give any
candidate pause); and, to keep their
expenditures within the limit fixed for
each candidate by what is known as
"the corrupt practices law of 1913."
If a candidate is making a state statewide
wide statewide canvass, this second problem of
keeping the expenditures down is
liable to prove harder than the first
one of getting the money hard as
this one is.
I have gone carefully over this cor corrupt
rupt corrupt practices law of 1915, and I pro pronounce
nounce pronounce it unbeatable. There is no
way in which a candidate can exceed
the limit set in each case, without
committing perjury; and, having
had some experience in a state-wide
canvass, I am not able to figure how
candidates for state offices can keep
within the limit and make a thorough
canvass one that will reach all of
the people. But, each man has got
to figure this out, which reconciles
me to the circumstances which have
held me in their grasp for the past
three years, making it impossible for
me to be a candidate at thi stime.
Former governor, and senatorial
candidate, Gilchrist, presented some
figures, which were in the main cor correct;
rect; correct; and, these figures left very lit little
tle little for newspaper advertising which
(Concluded on Last Page)

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IAIIY JUSTIFIES
EXPECT TO ADJUST
FOREIGN EXCHANE
ANGLO FRENCH FINANCIERS
HAVE ARRIVED IN
AMERICA
(Associated Pru)
New York, Sept. 10. An Anglo Anglo-French
French Anglo-French financial commission of six
members, deputized by England and
France to adjust the foreign exchange
situation, arrived this morning aboard
the Lapland. They met met at quar quarantine
antine quarantine by J. P. Morgan.
MAY FLOAT A BIG LOAN
The first of a series of negotia negotiations
tions negotiations through which it is expected to
float a big foreign credit loan1 in thi3
country, popularly believed to be in
the neighborhood of $500,000,000, will
be held here late today in the private
library of J. P. Morgan.
Prominent New York financiers, in including
cluding including the presidents of some of the
city's strongest banks and trust com companies,
panies, companies, will be present, informally
representing the American syndicate
of monied interests which probably
will attempt to underwrite the loajss.
On the other hand, representingtho
British empire, France and perhaps
Russia will be the six members of
the Anglo-French commission ap appointed
pointed appointed to. deal with the situation
here on behalf of their governments.
TURKEY WILL GIVE
BP TERRITORY
IN ORDER TO KEEP BULGARIA
FROM JOINING THE
ALLIES
(Associated Press)
Sofia, Sept. 10. For Bulgaria to
attack Serbia now, while Bulgaria
has treated with both sides in the
great war, as predicted, -would be a
catastrophe, and is not contemplated,
according to Premier Radoslovoff, in
an interview given to the Associated
Press. "Territory ceded by Turkey
will soon be turned over, and in the
meantime Bulgaria will continue to
treat with both sides.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, Sept. 8. The
wedding of Miss Irene Gates to Mr.
Roy A. Anderson was carried through
as nicely as could be. The majority
of the guests said it was a swell wed wedding.
ding. wedding. Full details of the event will
be found elsewhere.
Miss Irma Brigance, Miss Garnet
Bose and Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Gates of
Ocala came down Sunday to attend
the Anderson-Gates wedding.
Miss Annie Anderson of Orlando
returned to her home Sunday night.
Mr. Thomas A. Pullen and Miss
Morrison and Miss Leila Akin 3, who
took a prominent part in the wedding
Sunday, returned to their respective
homes Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. M. C Wilson cele celebrated
brated celebrated their twentieth wedding anni anniversary
versary anniversary last Sunday.
Mrs.. Charles E. Brown and son
Karl of Webster, came up to visit
the former's parents last Friday and
to stay until the wedding of her sis sister
ter sister Irene. Mrs. Brown played the
wedding marches. Mr. Brown came
Sunday to attend the wedding.
Miss Myrtle Hickey, who so ably
assisted Mrs. Gates in decorating the
home, deserves much praise.
Miss Hickey and Miss Leila Akins
of Webster were guests of Miss Gates
the last of the week and all had a
jolly time, bathing and enjoying
other amusements.
Mr. George Hickey spent Tuesday
in Ocala shopping.
For plumbing and electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf

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Commercial Purchased War Warrants
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CIRCULATIOH AL10IIG THE PEOPLE

The Commercial Bank of Ocala has
again consummated a big deal in pub
lic securities, this purchase being
from the county, while the first was
from the city.
The Commercial Bank yesterday
purchased from the board of county
commissioners the entire amount of
county warrants issued prior to Feb February
ruary February of this year, which warrants
were validated by a special act of the
last legislature, which, however does
not validate any warrants issued
since that time.
The aggregate of the warrants pur purchased
chased purchased yesterday by the Commercial
Bank was $110,000 and the purchase
was made at par with accrued inter interest,
est, interest, of course, going to the purchas purchasers.
ers. purchasers. The warrants will be taken up
when the deal is finished and the new
validated warrants will be issued in
denominations of $1000 each, with six
per cent interest, each warrant recit reciting
ing reciting that it takes up outstanding war warrants
rants warrants Nos. blank to blank. This gets
the paper into a commercial shape,
as it would be impractical for north northern
ern northern investors to handle warrants
made out to Tom, Dick and Harry, in
sums varying from less than a dollar
up.
There were several other bids, pur pursuant
suant pursuant to the advertisement promul promulgated
gated promulgated by the board, but none were as
good as that of the Commercial
Bank, and the members of the board
were very much gratified to have
such a satisfactory bid and coming as
it did, through a local financial house,
makes us all feel that our papr is
not only looked upon with favor by
our own investors but by those in
other sections of the country.
The Commercial Bank will place
the warrants in the north, where its
connections with large financial
houses and investors in county and
municipal securities enables it to get
all of the money that may be needed
for thi scharatcer of investments.
As soon as the matter is closed up,
the new warrants made and deliver delivered,
ed, delivered, the money will be brought here
and placed in circulation, one hundred
and ten thousand dollars of bran new,
northern money, which, when it is
scattered out through the many chan channels
nels channels of trade will certainly give a
stimulus to business and, too, at a
time when it is much needeL
In speaking of the transaction this
morning, Mr. D. W. Tompkins, vice
president of the Commercial Bank,
the official of the bank who handled
both transactions, told a Star reporter
that his greatest ambition was that
a: s bank should be a benefactor of
the public, to help, advise and counsel
with the people, both in private and
public business and that he felt a
just pride in the fact that he and his
bank have been instrumental in clos closing
ing closing up matters that will shortly
bring to this community over a quar quarter
ter quarter of a million dollars of new money,
which will mean new business and
new enthusiasm and will put more
outside capital to working here than
has ever been released in this part of
the state before.
The Star congratulates the mem members
bers members of the board of county commis commissioners
sioners commissioners who have been in a long and
strenuous session, on the success of
their efforts to sell their securities,
and is especially glad that the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank, a local institution,
owned and operated entirely, as is
each of the four banks of the city, by
local men and local means, should
have been able to handle the matter
so successfully.
There is no question about the
results, when all of this money gets
to circulating in these parts we will
feel the difference and all of us will
reap the benefits of the new money,
either directly or indirectly.
Ocala and Marion county is not
dead, by any means, and this trans transaction
action transaction will do much to awaken even
greater interest in the community
and will be the beginning of many
other new and good things.
Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
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LARGE ALIOUOT OF CASH L'l
LOCAL LFGISLAT
Much Important Business Transacted
by the City Council Last
Evening
An adjourned meeting cf the city
council was held at the city hall last
evening, with all members present ex except
cept except Councilman Gerig, who is ab absent
sent absent from the city.
A communication from the Dczler
Company, asking a rebate on electric
meter, was referred to the light and
water committee.
'A communication from Mclver &
Mac Kay, to the chairman of tha liht
and water committee, asking"- that a
signed, contract be delivered for tls
construction of the combined llht
and water plant building. On motion
of Mr. Roess, seconded by Mr. Fau Fau-cett,
cett, Fau-cett, the clerk was instructed to pre present
sent present the same to the mayor for his
signature, same having been approv approved
ed approved by the committee. The contract
has been in the hands of the clerk,
but as he has no previous Instructions
from the council to present same to
the mayor for signature, it was not
presented.
A communication from the Ameri
can La France Fire Engine Works ac
cepting the contract for auto fire
truck, was read and ordered filed with
the contract.
Dr. II. F. Watt's, city health oEeer,-.
report showed the following condi conditions
tions conditions among the markets and bakeries
of the city: Marsh, excellent: Teuton,
Mordis, Heintz, Gam-Thomas, Sara Sarasota
sota Sarasota Market, Schlemmer, Dawkina,
Lowe and Fausett, good; Golman,
KaminskL Sabie, Freeman and
Thomas, fair.
The clerk's financial report for the
month of August was presented, read
and accepted.
All bills properly audited were or ordered
dered ordered paid.
Bill of Mr. IL M. Hampton, for
professional services for board of
bond trustees, was referred to the fi
nance committee.
Councilman Smith withdrew the
resolution contemplating the removal
from its present location the water
works, and offered as a substitute
therefor, the following:
"Whereas, It appears that the pres
ent location of the water works is en-
tierly too small to accommodate a
new combined light and water plant.
be it; Resolved, therefore, that the
proposed new combined light and wa water
ter water plants be located -and built "up
on the 14 -acre tract now owned by
the city, southeast of Taylor Broth
ers' ice factory.
"And be it further resolved, that
the sum of not exceeding one thou
sand dollars be spent under the di
rection of the council as a whole In
sinking test welL or wells, on this
property for the purpose of ascertain
ing the quantity and quality cf wa
ter obtainable."
Councilman Roess seconded llr.
Smith's motion to adopt, and upon roll
call Messrs. Moore, Fausett, Roess,
Smith and Tompkins voted in favor of
the resolution, while Messrs. Knight,
Meffert and Nash voted in the nega
tive.
Before the motion on the Smith
resolution was called for there was
quite a deal of discussion on the prop proposition
osition proposition pro and con by the members
of the council as well as a number of
citizens present.
Mrs. E. C. Bennett called the at attention
tention attention of the light and water com committee
mittee committee to electric light and water
plant specifications, in which certain
machinery was mentioned without any
provision for using others of equal
merit. On motion this matter was
referred to the city engineers for cor correction,
rection, correction, with the instruction that in
instances where the specifications call
for a certain piece of machinery tie
words "or its equal" be added.
Mr. Roess moved to change the rata
(Concluded on Fourth Pas)

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Mr. G. A. Carmichael received a
telegram this morning, announcing
the death of, his brother, Mr. John G.
Carmichael, at his home in Union
Springs, Ala., at 10 o'clock this morn morning.
ing. morning. Mr. John Carmichael had been ill
for some time and his brother went
up and stayed with him for a long
time, but became so ill himself that
he was compelled to come home ten

days ago.

LOST CITY OF PETRA.
Hay Havs Bin tHe Resting Plac of
th Children of Israel.
Petra, last .ily :u.t talli-J y the
few white iravtfurs wli.j nave seen it
one of the wuiiiWts Kit the vxjrM. lie.
In the Arubi.tu wiiiit-iueas. a xhuiluw
of Its once iuin vly self.
Almost forj-otun. it in llieel lv

SEABOARD SCHEDULE

South Bound
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Oea'a, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa C-.Z0 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
0:"0 a. m.
No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:00 a. m.;

Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:17

This is our

HCFFMAN FRE5S

to

hl&torLans ainl arc haeihi:Lsts to have I

been the i-iace where the children .f : P- rn.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m.; Lv. j
Israel 1 Inge red for twenty years v, he j j Tampa, 5:10 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg,
they were on their way from llyi-t I j. 8 p. m. J
the promised land. Although it i- U- So. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson-!

KNOCKING ON WOOD

I

The News is in reecipt of a long
communication from a certain candi candidate
date candidate for governor, who also enclosed
a petition to the governor asking that
he call a special session of the legis legislature
lature legislature to abolish the fee system, and
institute a salary system for all coun county
ty county officials. The News is opposed to
the fee system, and in favor of the
salary system but of the two evils
the fee system for a few years
more, or a special session of the leg legislature,
islature, legislature, we draw to the former. The

request for the circulation of the pe petition
tition petition was a real cute little free
political advertising scheme that fail failed
ed failed to work here. DeLand News.
The Star was wise to the little po political
litical political scheme, but it realizes that it
is impossible to find any entirely dis disinterested
interested disinterested statesman these days.

ADOPTED THE

NORTHWEST ROUTE

What the dickens does Miss Agnes
Ellen Harris know about guavas ?
We doubt if she ever saw more than
a peck of them or cooked as many as
a dozen. She should make a tour of
careful inquiry through Manatee,
Lee and DeSoto counties before she

undertakes to instruct housewives of

this region how to utilize guavas

Miss Harris, however, is a queenly,
superb, accomplished woman. Punta

Gorda Herald.

Only those to the manor born could
remain in the vicinity of more than

a peck of guavas.

year to visit his brother, as he did a

year before that, on both occasions
expecting that his brother would not
survive.
The deceased leaves a wife and
five or six children. He has spent his
entire life in or near Union Springs,

where he has a great many friends

and relatives. He is a member of one

The Lakeland Telegram gives thel0f the oldest and bestknown families

following results of the Dixie High-0f that section, and until recently en

way meeting in Lakeland: joyed splendid health

The first order of business of the The funeral will take place tomor-

Central Highway Association after row afternoon and the interment will
luncheon was the adoption of the! be in the family burial ground, close

"Northwest Route," from Gainesville j by the home.

via Perry to Tallahassee, thus rati-j Mr. G. A. Carmichael is not able

fying the pervious action of the as- to go to Union Springs and attend

sociation. The Perry boosters, nearly the funeral. His friends extend their

100 strong, were active in this mat- J deepest sympathy to him in the loss

ter and were jubilant over the result. Gf his brother.

Mr. Perry, Of Fort Myers, address

ed the association at length in regard

to the route of the Dixie Highway
from ArrnHia tn Miami, urcrinc the

endorsement of an auxiliary route via wf desire, extT our Sin,C?r!

P.in P.nrrf Fnrt Mvr and Marco. lnanKS 10 al1 lnoie wno were feo K"lu

to Miami. After some discussion this T -

the beautiful nowers ana Kina sym

a 1 1 1 r

T r Tfnnrr r r.o1o nn Pamy snown in bo many ways. ,uay

. .. .... I Clrul KIs3 vnn. Sinrprplv.

o men ntiAn ovtitocctti cr irfutifnnff I

and appreciation for the great work

Mr. Carmichael came to Ocala last Ueved' to Lave contained at ui,e tlie viie 1:30 p m Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;

of .-A.J.M... it is now one j Ar Tampa( 7:4- p
tintf places of which ex- j Xorth j

ru history, and. strange aa T fct; t5ler
, it lay absolutely forgotten !m-I Ar- Tampa, G.o j p.

We believe that any and every

American has a perfect right to

travel on the ocean anywhere, on any
old boat. At the same time, walking
is good enough for us. Its a safe bet
that the American government will

not protect its citizens abroad, and

so they had better remain at home.

We naturally expect a big town
like Jacksonville to. get what it goes

after, but when a bunch of crackers
-like those Taylor and Lafayette coun county
ty county boys come out of the piny woods
and take a section of the Dixie High

way by main force and git-up-and
git, we are pleasantly surprised.

If every newspaper editor in this
state told the truth as often and as
forcibly as Benjamin of the Ocala
Star tells it, Florida would be blessed

with "some" government. Tampa

Times.

Gee, man! people who disagree
with Benjamin sometimes say he's

the blastedest liar in the state.

CARD OF THANKS

for the cause of good roads perform

ed by the press, and as an acknowl
edgement of same that every news

paper of the state be given honorary
membership in the association, with
all attendant rights and privileges.

This resolution was unanimously

adopted.

Mrs. F. W. Luffman.
Mr. and Mrs. W. Luffman.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Luffman.
C. W. Luffman.

CARD OF THANKS

We desire to thank our friends for

the beautiful floral offerings and the

At this afternoon's meeting, A. J. many expressions of sympathy f or

Holworthy, of Lakeland, brought the the sad and untimely death of our lit lit-attention
attention lit-attention of the association to the tie baby. We feel especially grateful

"Lee and Jackson Highway," a main to the Kendrick W. C. T. U. and our

highway from Washington to Jack- friends at Zuber and Oak,

sonville. then following the Jackson-1 Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Perry.

ville Scenic Highway to Orlando,

thence to Haines City, Auburndale, I LIST OF TEACHERS

a population

of the intere

plorers know comparatively little.

has no mode

it may seem.

as far as Kuroje was concerned for
fourteen centuries.
In the centuries ions passed I'etra
was an important trading statioa for
the caravans that moved between

Persia and II:r.vit, and India and the

holy land and Syria. It Is built In a
colossal bowl of pink, and its palaces,
temples and tombs are carved out of
solid rock. Cortaiuly some of iu carv

ings are G0"o years old. Its walls pre

serve the history of architecture, for
Its structures date from the days of

cave men to the magnificent buildings
of Greece and Itonie.
Today Petra has about thirty In Inhabitants.
habitants. Inhabitants. They keep a few &nt go
beyond their city into the desert to
trade with passing caravans and. alto altogether,
gether, altogether, lead a miserable life. They
have made trouble for many travelers
who attempted to visit tfntn, for a

legend survives that a Pharaoh of
Egypt hid his country's treasures In
the Kazneh. the leautiful building
which is today known as Pharaoh's
treasure house.
For many years they tried to keep
white travelers from entering the city,
because when the treasure was found
they said it belonged to thcin. Hut t
day they welcome visitors. Nominally
the city of Petra Is a jH-rsonal poises
sion of the sultan of Tut key. and It N
heoretlcally against the law to re
move anything without his permission.
Dut there is nolnly to stand watch
and guard the historic treasures. Every
traveler helps himself, and the natives
assist him In his search, hoping to de derive
rive derive a few cents for their labor.
Argonaut.

And .now Dr. Dumba says he had
instructions from his government to
order Austro-German workmen not to
work in American munition factories.
This must remind the average Amer American
ican American of the way Japan dictates to
China.

Ocala is talking of a hard road to
Daytona Beach. Forget it. Come to
Pinellas county's 42 miles of gulf
coast. Clearwater Sun.
We have a fairly good road to
Pinellas, now; but we want one to the
Atlantic Beach also. With all good
wishes for the gulf, there is no beach
in the world equal to that on the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic coast of Florida.

Lakeland to Tampa. This route was

opposed only by Lycurgus Bums of
Winter Haven. Mr. Burns stated that
the Winter Haven district was op

posed to the route outlined, and of

fered as a substitute that the route

be designated to go via Haines City,
Lucerne Park and Winter Haven. He

was voted down and the route outlin

ed by Mr. Holworthy was adopted

amid tumultuous applause.

The association sat down good and
hard on the editor of the St. Cloud
Tribune, whose editorial policy
sought to change some of the work
that had been done at the Orlando

meeting.

The publicity and publication com

mittee recommended the publication
of a magazine to be known as the
Central Florida Highway Association
Bulletin, to be issued monthly and to

contain all official notices, etc. Mr.

Turnley of Fort Meade, and others

declared that the newspapers were

doing this work splendidly and the

publication was not needed. A sub

stitute motion prevailed that the sec

retary furnish the newspapers with

the proceedings and with a request to

publish them.

Gainesville was nominated as the

next place of meeting and several

speeches in favor of that beautiful

and enterprising city were made.

Nominations were closed and Gaines

ville was -chosen unanimously as the

next place of meeting on the Thurs

day before the 15th of December.

The convention was most harmon-

TAKING EXAMINATIONS

White

Frederick H. Andres, Fort McCoy.

Mrs. May L. Ashworth, Zuber.
Miss Emmilee Bridges, Coleman.
Miss Lillie Brown, Summerfield.
Miss Eva Clyburn, Summerfield.
Robert Connor, Oklawaha.
Miss Ethel Crosby, J3cala.

Miss Lizzie Bell DuPuis, Mcintosh

Miss Susie Ervin, Ocala.

Earl Grantham, Fort McCoy.
Miss Lena Godby, Waldo.

m.

Bound

-Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.

m.; Lv. Tam

pa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:"3 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
C:45 a. m.

No. 4. Lv. Tampa, U a. m.; Ar. i
Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. m.. j
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30 J

a. m.; Ar. lampa, lU:i0 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 3. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.

.
t

Manufactured for the pressing of

Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding,
it can not wear or tear. Call and see
it do the wni
Ocala, Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.

O

NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS

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 eur ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad teraper and most other torrid time ills.

Ocala Ice & FacMecj Co.

PHONE 34

OCALA. FLA.

POTATOES

Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala S$ed

Store 8-11-tf

NOT EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN'S
"I have tried most all of the cough

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 13
Obtainable everywhere.

OUR prescription department is at

YOUR service at all times. Accuracy

is the watchword which insures you

Miss Annie Mae Hawkins, Alachua. Lareful compounding. The Court

A number of good citizens from the
northwestern part of the county in inform
form inform Secretary Cobb of the Marion
Fair Association, that they" plan to
come to town some day soon and help
clean up the fair grounds. They plan

a real, old-fashioned country working,
and the town folks should join them

heartily.

Messrs. J. J. Harris and R. B. Fant
of Morriston, two staunch and loyal
Marion county citizens, were in town
today and paid the Star a pleasant

call. These gentlemen are doing all

in their power to keep Marion's boun

dary lines intact and do not feel any

doubt over the result.

Mr. Ben Blitch of Blitchton was in
the city today. Mr. Blitch does not
think that we need feel any uneasi

ness over the result of the county

division election next Tuesday.
Mr. H. O. McArthur, district sup

erintendent of the A. C. L., was in

town yesterday. Mr. Mac says Ocala

is a good town and he likes to visit it

Its the opinion of the Star and his

other friends that Mr. J. M. Meffert

president of the city council, should
withdraw his resignation which he
offered to the council last night. Men

of Mr. Meffert's business ability are

not any too numerous, and his with

drawal from the council at this time
would be detrimental to the public

interest.

Tony Jannus, the aviator who man

aged hydro-aeroplanes so successfully

at St. Petersburg winter before last.

is now in England, testing aeroplanes

for the British government.

v.

Miss Margaret Howell, Ocala.

Theron Hall, Lowell.
Miss Carrie Holly, Conner.
Miss Yeba Johnson, Santos.
Miss Anna McDowell, Ocala.
Miss Lillie Melin, Fort McoCy.
Miss Lillie Marsh, Ocala.
vMiss Eunice Marsh, Ocala.
Miss Berrie Mixoni Micanopy.
Miss Louise Nash, Hawthorne.
Miss Tommie Standley, Ocala.
W. P. Shigley, Orange Springs.
Miss Louise Sanders, Ocala.
Miss Una Shealy, Lowell.
Miss Bertha Snow, Ocala.
G. FredxTurner, Cotton Plant.
Elmer B. Turner, Gaiter.
Miss Jean Teague, Lady Lake.
Mis3 Susan Tidball, Ocala.
Miss Clarissa Whitaker, Dunnellon.
Miss Bessie Wyche, Micanopy.
Miss Wenona Wetherbee, Ocala.
Negroes

ious m its deliberations, although, as n
, . Bonner, Ocala; Petrona Bonner,
is always the case where there is a n T a r i t
. . Ocala; Mrs. L. A. Bryant, Ocala; Bes Bes-diversity
diversity Bes-diversity of interests there was con-

siderable spice injected now and then. D ., L
fn . T . ... I Brown, Eastlake; Rosa Calhoun,

? a .-1. York; Mrs. B. R. Cornell, Kendrick;

Pharmacy.

tf

Try one cf those frosted pints of

Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.

V

Mclvcr & MacKay

UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS

PHONES 47, 104. 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

If you want any kind of furniture j
repaired, re-upholstered, re-polished I

or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
jruaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala,

Fla. 9-2-lm

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NEWS FROM FORT MYERS.

It's The Same Story Everywhere.
Ft. M vers. Fla. Dr. Pierce's claims in

rcFiect to the virtue and helpfulness of

ravonte iTrscnp iTrscnp-tion'
tion' iTrscnp-tion' and 'Golden
Mediral Discov Discovery,'
ery,' Discovery,' 1 can Bubstan Bubstan-tiate
tiate Bubstan-tiate in every par particular.
ticular. particular. I Buffered
from troubles pecu peculiar
liar peculiar to women, with
dull, distressing
bearinfc-down pains
anti dLscomfort,and
irregularity. I'cr I'cr-hapa
hapa I'cr-hapa my organs
were influenced by

my Koneral wretched physical condition,
which was one of prcat depression with

a very excited, unnrrvea state, lhree
bottles of each of the above-mentioned
remedies Rave mo the hoped-for result
and benefited me in every way." Mrs.

13. biiEKiDAX, 201 Lec tst., 1 1. Myers, 1 la.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prrscription is
a true friend to women in' times of trial
and at times of pain when the organs are
not performing their functions. For head headache,
ache, headache, backache, hot fla.-Jc, catarrhal con condition,
dition, condition, bearing down Bensation, mental
depression, dizziness fainting spells, lassi lassitude
tude lassitude or exhaustion, women should never
fail to take tltid tried and true woman's
medicine.
It's not a secret remedy for all the in ingredients
gredients ingredients are printed on the wrapper.
Sold in either tablet or liquid form.
Sick people are invited to consult Dr.
Pierce by letter, free. All correspond correspondence
ence correspondence is held as strictly private and sacredly
confidential.
Send three dimes (or stamps) for mailing
charcea to Dr. lierce'a Invalids' Hotel,

Buffalo, N. Y., and enclose this notice
and you will receive by return mail, all
charges prepaid, a copy of "The People's
Common Sense Medical Adviser." A

book that everyone should have and read
in case of accident or sickness. It is so

plainly written that anyone can uader-

btand lu

HOTEL CHURC

11
il

Broadway and 14th Street.

Union Square

ed them by her citizens, and the con-

Beatrice Davis, Ocala; C. S. Dunklin,

Wildwood; Mrs. Rosa Falana, Ocala;

- ""7 Mrs. Hettie M. Harris, Eureka; Mrs.

pieasant mciuen. xo iKeiana people. Mary Harmon Martin; a g JacobSf

QUARTERLY CONFERENCE

CITRA

Ocala; Angeline Johnson, Ocala; An
nie E. Martin, Dunnellon; E. B. Me

Cants. Ocala: Theodore Menchan.

The quarterly conference will be Ocala: Mrs. A. A. Sharnprson. Opala?

held by Rev. F. R. Bridges, presiding Ernest Shinn. Blitchton: Emma

elder, next Wednesday evening, Sept. Smith Cotton Plant; James Smith,

ioin, msteaa oi luesaay evening, tne Ocala; Mrs. Etta Ward, Ocala; Mamie

ww a m. iji a i i u .- i r; w 111 is. v w-

Intosh; Nellie Williams, Ocala; Mag-

U. S. CIVIL SERVICE eie Willouehbv. Ocala.

EAXMINATION

The United States Civil Service

Commission announces an open com

petitive examination Nov. 6 at Gaines-1 Citra, Sept. 9. The trustees of the

ville to secure eligibles from which to I Citra school went to Ocala Tuesday

make certification to fill vacancies a3nght to go before the county board

they may occur in first grade, or cler-1 or the purpose of getting another

ical, positions in the customs service: I teacher, as the enrollment of the

in the positions of clerk,- storekeeper, I school was over one hundred.

gauger, and storekeeper-gauger inl Misses Louise and Ethel. Borland

the internal revenue service; and in I attended a picnic at Mcintosh Monday

other positions that require similar I afternoon.

qualifications in the United States I Miss Blow of Jacksonville arirved

classified service in the city named or! Saturday and is stopping at the
its vicinity. (White House. Miss Blow has the

Competitors will be examined in I first assistant's place in the Citra

spelling, arithmetic, penmanship, re-j school.

port writincr. convine and correcting I The Citra baseball team will cross

manuscript, geography and civil Ibats with the Ocala nine this after

government of the United States. jnoon.

Applications must be properly ex-l Jarvis Driver, who has been visit

ecuted and filed with the district sec-Jinff his uncle and aunt, Rev. and Mrs.
retary in time for him to arrange fori W. J. Carpenter in Jacksonville, left

the examination.

Sec'y., Fifth Civil Service Dist.
202 Postoffice Bldg, Atlanta, Ga

last night for Demorest, Ga.

BEAN SEED

"TAKE A PEEP"

At the best range on earth as you
pass our store. Come in and let the

man from the factory explain its ex

We have just received our new! elusive features. Its the famous South

bean seed for the fall planting; all Bend Malleable range. Marion Hard

varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf 1 ware Company. 9-5t

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
remarks:
(He) "Do you like crabs?"
(She) "Yes."
(He) "Does your papa like
crabs?"
(She) "Yes."
(He) "Does your mama like
crabs."
(She) "I think so."
(He) "Your brother, does
he like crabs."
(She) "I have no brother,
sir."
(He) "Well, if you had a
brother, do you suppose he
would like. crabs?"
He must have been buying

crabs

Fritz Acker's
Fresh Sea Food Place at Hogan's
PHONE NO. 9

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REASONABLE CHARGES
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YONGES BLOCK, OCALA

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A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
.American and European Plans.

SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES

American Plan, $2 per Day.
and up .
European Plan, $1 per Day
and up.

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$1.60 Round Trip .g

Special train leaves 2:10 p. m. on the 13th.
the 15th on regular or special train.

Tickets good to return

J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A
. Tampa, Fla.

M. R. WILLIAMS, C. T. A.
Ocala, Fla.

WOOD :
PHONE 503 :
For Good Wood
UIG Load for $1. Z
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE I
IMMEDIATE ATTENTION J
J. L. SMOAR j
At Sm oak's Wagon Shop. J

AH Babies Destined
to Great Achievemfd
To be born Ij to be grcaL For there
are possibilities la every tiny :u-nan H

iMl1 t-o i!J. L
-it A.ar t. f'-r'in

I v X rti

It U -:.-it L' c I r-

U-J cm!,rocat:o'.. I: ii e.-

pTied to the abdominal tir ptr.V
nibbed la Ly your c"-rj L. f.ih'.l
by your own ir.Jn.I. It cvA' t o nr 1
pliant, tncy expu.:.d qu:te n-ltr-""-,- a:.! t:
effect upn the innis H fi fi t'....t th-"7
just tliemelTe? to the prnw cf rtp.-' r
SO that p iia from t!as f r :r o U n!rrt C:.: i
naled. Women wl u-e Mot!rj Frit?.
refer to the aUnce cf worr.::; nKkTcst.
ar relieved of a pret t"Y tnir.-r J.
tresses, all cpprcbensio:i i'lispr" l!;oe
peculiar nervous fidetj' to kr.-..r -ti.-r
the niptta. It is well rimtJ ?Io!i.et-
Friend." Get a bottle today cf any aa
gist. Then at once write for a mot enter enter-taiolnjc
taiolnjc enter-taiolnjc and Instructive btw.k for all prompt,
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to all Northern and Western points.

Automobiles carried.
For reservations, tickets, etc.
Address
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time to prevent friction at bill making season.
Our facilities for turning out on short notice
Office Stationery, Programs,
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Cards, Announcements, Etc.
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OCA LA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10. 1915.

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I.

cr;
(If you have any items for this
Our Evening Thought
To make a home out of a house household.
hold. household. Given the raw materials, wife,
children, a friend or two and a house,
two other things are necessary. These
are a good fire and music. And in insomuch
somuch insomuch as we can do without the fire
half of the year, I may say that
music is the one essential. Sidney
Lanier.
Yesterday afternoon pretty little
Miss Edith May Killebrew entertain entertained
ed entertained a few special friends at a motion
picture party celebrating her seventh
birthday, afterward going to Trox Trox-ler's
ler's Trox-ler's for ice cream and cake. The
little folks had a very jolly afternoon
with this sweet little hostess. Mrs.
F. E. McClane and Mrs. A F. Ad Ad-cock
cock Ad-cock assisted Mrs. Killebrew in see seeing
ing seeing that each little guest had the best
time possible.
Mrs. Dempsey Mayo and three
children, who have been spending
some time with relatives at College
Park, Ga., left today for LaGrange,
Ga., where they will remain until
the first of October, guests of Mrs.
Mayo's aunt.
m m m
Mrs. George Rentz and Miss Ruth
Rentz left this afternoon for Swains Swains-boro,
boro, Swains-boro, Ga., for a short visit to rela relatives
tives relatives en route to Macon, where Miss
Rentz will enter Wesleyan College.
Mrs. H. H. Harold is the guest of
Mr. and Mrs. John Pasteur at Lake
Weir for a few days. Master Wilfred
Harold returned yesterday from a
short visit with friends to remain
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, THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY (Ninth Episode, featuring Lottie
Pickford.)
. HAM AT THE FAIR. Kalem Comedy, featuring Had and Bud.
BLACK SHEEP. Biograph two-reel Drama, featuring Edward Cecil,
Janie Wolf and Viola Smith.
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Malaria does impoverish the blood, thereby weakening the entire sys system.
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tne.Dlooa wltn Malarial poison and impurities, lou immediately lose eu eu-trsr.
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you must; administer an antidote directly to the poison, and a tonic blood
nourishing food, to build up the wasted system. S. S. S. is the one thor

oughly reliable blood tonic that will destroy the Malarial germs, and enrich
the blood. This building up and blood cleansing process go hand in hand.

You feel the effect immediately. S. S. S. begins right at the root of the
trouble. It destroys the germs and poison,7frevitallzes and restores the red
blood corpuscles. In a short time you feel the delightful sensation of relief

from ague, headache, chills and fever.
that goes with perfect health. There

your druggist.

department, call 'phone 106)

with his sister during their mother's
absence.
Parties for for visitors and school
ar.d college jirl.s who are going away
continue to form a bright part of the
season's entertaining, and one of the
happiest of these affairs was the
progressive conversation party given
this morning by Mrs. E. L. Carney
for Miss Ludie Smith of Louisville,
Ky. There were twenty-eight young
ladies invited and several married
lady friends of the hostess who assist assisted
ed assisted in many ways in making this af affair
fair affair the complete success it was.
Mrs. Carney, who s' never happier
than when in her own home dispens dispensing
ing dispensing that charming hospitality for
which she is noted far and wide, was
at her best this morning when with
the popular honoree she received most
informally the favored guests. Gown Gowned
ed Gowned in a pretty summer frock, Miss
Smith was particularly attractive and
girlish in pink and white.
As the guests assembled they were
shown by Mrs. R. L. Anderson into
the dining room, where a delicious
and refreshing grapefruit punch was
served by Misses Carrie Pelot, Caro Caroline
line Caroline Harriss and Katherine Living Livingston.
ston. Livingston. The punch bowl was surround surrounded
ed surrounded by a bank of pink ffowers, the
same pretty blossoms being used
throughout the two rooms and recep reception
tion reception hall, where seven tables had
been placed. At the dining room door
Mrs. Anderson distributed butterfly
bows in pink and white. By these
colors partners were chosen and
places found at the tables. When all
were matched, the gong was sounded
THE
Our Steaks
Are Fine
We justly claim that our
steaks are the best that can be
bought -for the price.
This may not convince you.
But we feel sure that a trial
will do so.
Step in personally and let us
Bhow you, how we do businesi
on the fair and square basis.
Ocaia, Fla,
You soon feel the full sense of vigor
is nothing as good. Get S. S. S. from

and to your partner was directed a

ten minutes conversation match. At
the second ring of the gong, partners
were exchanged, the pink ribboners
going to the right, the white ribbon ribboners
ers ribboners to the left, and so on, until seven
progressions had been made. The
la.st move placed original partners
together. It was great fun and thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly enjoyed.
Then followed a musical program
by several of Ocala's most gifted and
talented musical geniuses, Misses
Ethel Haycraft, Irma Blake, Dorothy i
t i i r r
.Lancaster, vjiauys narun, uusie
Bullock and Sidney Harold. Their
renditions were exquisitely sweet in
both voice and instrumental selections
and proved of the greatest pleasure
to all. The guests remained seated
at the tables during this program and
immediately after its completion
were served to cherry ice and white
cake by Misses Mildred Pyles, Mary
Harriet Livingston and Virginia Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, after which all were invited
into the dining room again to form a
circle around the punch bowl and
drink a toast to speed the parting
guest on her homeward way, the
hostess leading in this most original
and beautiful thought:
For beautiful girls and handsome
dames
Kentucky is far and widely famed;
Our honoree from that state came.
All who see thi3 little damsel
So sweet and charming.
Can easily tell
She sustains Kentucky's reputation
well.
That she will go home tomorrow
Fills our hearts with genuine sorrow,
But come, do not troubles borrow.
Lets be joyQus while we may;
Let us hope that some bright day
She'll come again for a longer stay.
This was received with hearty ap applause
plause applause and speedily responded to, for
it is a matter of sincere regret that
Miss Smith cannot remain longer.
Her charm of personality and unaf unaffected
fected unaffected genuineness of heart has won
many friends, and this beautiful
morning party was a most befitting
farewell to one of Kentucky's fairest
maidens.
Mrs. E. Van Hood, who is visiting
her eldest daughter, Mrs. W. E. Col
lier in Tuscaloosa, Ala., is expected
home next Wednesday.
Mrs. Grover Allison and children,
after a pleasant visit to Mrs. E. G.
Rivers, returned .yesterday to her
home in Gainesville.
Miss Louise Nixon returned this
afternoon to her home in Tallahassee,
after a few days spent in this city,
the guest of Mrs. L. F. Blalock and
family.
Mrs. Edward Carmichael will be
one of fifty or more ladies accom
panying Sister Esther Carlotta on
her western tour October 6.
-
Mr. LaGrange Sistrunk returned
home today from a ten days' stay at
the hospital, where he underwent a
successful operation.
Mrs. R. N. Dosh and infant son
have returned home from the hospital.
Mrs. H. C. Dozier and family and
Mrs. H. B. Clarkson and family are
moving home from a month's outing
at North Lake Weir.
Rev. J. M. Gross and Miss Mamie
Gross have returned home from an
assembly meeting in St. Augustine.
Mr. and Mrs. Reese Hunnicutt an
nounce the arrival of a little daugh
ter at their home on South Eighth
street. This is their first daughter
and her coming has brought unbound
ed joy into the hearts of three little
brothers.
Mrs. J. S. Jewett will leave in the
morning for Birmingham, to which
place she will accompany her mother,
Mrs. Ansley, who has been her guest
for several weeks. Miss Meta Jewett
of Ocala, who has been visiting her
bi other, Mr. Jewett and family for
the past week, will remain here until
Mrs. Jewett's return. Lakeland Tel
egram.
Mrs. Walter Yonge and two sons
of Jacksonville, is visiting her sister.
Mrs. L. A. Snow, father and mother,
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yonge and other
relatives for a few days.
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Mrs. C. C. Arms has returned from
a week's visit to Jacksonville. While
her boarders are glad to see him with
them again, so perfect is the order of
her big boarding house on Fort Klnf
avenue, the routine of the house goes
on just the same during her absence.
Rev. A. B. McDonald is delivering
some splendid sermons at the North
Ocala Union church. Last evening
there was a splendid attendance who
listened with increased earnestness to
this splendid man of God, whose ad
dress dealt principly with the all im
portant and soul absorbing question
of the bringing up of children. In
the course of his remarks he said,
"there would be more parents in hell
for not bringing up their children
right than for any other cause."
What many of our modern girls and
boys, need most is new mothers and
new fathers, of the old fashioned
variety, that spared not the rod or
spoiled the child.
Miss Etta V. Mendenhall of Tam
pa, state superintendent of the medal
department of the W. C. U., arrived
in the city this morning, and left im immediately
mediately immediately with a committee composed
of Mrs. G. D. Washburn, Mrs. Hattie

Webb, Mrs. Bradford Webb, Mrs. C
V. Roberts, Mrs. C. E. Simmons, Mrs.
Peeples, Mrs. C. II. Shaw, Misse3
Cevie Roberts, Mary Bell Wilson,
Imogene Stevens, Julia Webb, Emma
Washburn, Amanda Spencer, Miss
Ella Simmons of Kendrick, Messrs.
Lindner McConn, Foy Carroll, Lester
Wilson, Robert Suggs, Lee McCor McCor-mick,
mick, McCor-mick, Ellis Simmons, L. C. Carpenter,
Harris Scarborough and Mr. Charles
Scott of Denver, Col., going at 3
o'clock in three or Mr. Frank Mor Morrison's
rison's Morrison's big automobiles for Mont-

loro will thp cranl stnto'
gold medal contest. This meeting
romises to be one of the most en
thusiastic of any held this season. Mr.
C. II. Shaw will be master of. cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies and superintendent of this
the eleventh district meeting which
includes both Marion and Levy coun counties.
ties. counties. All will return home tonight
except Mrs. Washburn and Miss Em
ma Washburn, who will leave Mont-
brook on the midnight train for Pine,
where they will attend a big picnic
of the gold medal contestants tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Dearmin, who
have been spending some( time in
North Carolina, returned home yester
day. Mr. Dearman's friends will be
pleased to learn that he has complete completely
ly completely regained his health.
Mr. Pat Anderson will leave next
Tuesday or Wednesday to resume his
studies at Washington and Lee Uni University.
versity. University. Capt. and Mrs. T. H. Johnson, Mr.
and Mrs. E. C. Bennett, Mr. and Mrs.
A. T. Thomas, Dr. and Mrs. Harry
Walters and Dr. Peek are spending to
day at "Hearts Ease, on Silver river
picnicking. With boating swimming
and a launch ride down the stream
the day was an ideal one in point of
pleasure and recreation.
Mrs. E. G. Peek and little daughter,
Virginia, will return home next
week from a visit of some length to
relatives in West Virginia.
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Messrs. Robert and Alfred Mac Kay
will leave next week for college, the
former to Boston Tech. and the latter
to the University of Florida.
SPECIAL ONE WEEK ONLY
A complete set of high grade alum
inum cooking ware FREE with each
South Bend Malleable Range sold
during our special range sale. Date
September 8th to 14th. Marion Hard
ware Company. 9-5t
COTTON PLANT
Cotton Plant, Sept. 9. This com
munity was visited by a heavy rain
Monday afternoon.
Several of our farmers are busy
planting fall gardens.
Mrs. C. R. Veal was a visitor to
Ocala Wednesday, as was also Mr. F.
M. Morris.
Mrs. D. N. Barco arrived home this
week from Ocala, where she has
been confined in the hospital for the
past two weeks. Her friends and
neighbors are glad to see her back
again and with her usual health.
Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Veal and fam
ily of Leroy autoed over Wednesday
evening and were guests of Mr. D.
M. Barco and daughter for a few
hours hours-Masters
Masters hours-Masters Edwin and Jack Veal were
guests of Master James Woodward
Wednesday.
Miss Helen Veal will be the guest
of Miss Kfetie Mae Eagleton in Ocala
for the week-end.
D. M. Barco was a business visitor
to Ocala Tuesday.
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-Ixe
Ixe Max-Ixe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Gerig'a. tf.
Dr. D. M. Boney
OPTOMETRIST
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
I have recently returned from
New Orleans where I have
been taking a post graduate
course in optometry under the most
noted specialists in the country. I
can now be found in my office pre prepared
pared prepared to give those in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
researches. My reduction in prices
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest
to those in need of glasses.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
Gary Block
OCALA - FLORIDA
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UNCLASSIFIED ADS
WANTED, LOST. FOUND. FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
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 private family; house well venti ventilated
lated ventilated and screened. Apply to 1129
Fort King avenue, Ocala, Fla. 9-3-lm
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house
keeping. Inquire at the ColoniaL 7tf
WANTED-rFrom 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. 8-16-26t.
URNISHED RESIDENCE FOR
RENT An eight-room residence, ev
ery modern convenience and fully
furnished in every particular. Pleas
ant 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. 2S-t
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 tood con
dition. Address "X," care Star. 4-t
WAHitD several young men as
prentices to learn the machinists'
trade. Apply in person to the Ocala
Iron Works, Ocala, Fla. 9-3 1
WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and found them to be just as rente
sented, a quick relief for headaches,
dizzy spells and other symptoms de
noting a torpid liver and a disorder
ed condition of -the digestive organs.
They are worth their weight in gold,"
writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba, N.
i. Obtainable everywhere.
LADIES
Don't fail to see the famous South
Bend Malleable Range which is now
on exhibition at our store from Sep
tember 8th to 14th. Marion Hard
Ware Company. 9-5t
A foil line ox loose leaf ledgers.
note Looks and memorandums al
ways on hand at Gerig'a. tf
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
Ask for BUTTER NUT bread and
don't let anyone make you believe
that any other is "just as good."
Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, tf
Those cakes made at Carter's Bak Bakery
ery Bakery 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
Tllrswririn Xhoirf
You may change your
home but your drink drink-never
never drink-never I
BOTTLED
The drink that quenches
thirst perfectly and the
one that punches out
that tired feeling.
Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works
L C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.

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Some More Low Prices for this Week End

SUGAR, 16 pounds
PLAYMATE FLOUR

SUPREME CREAMERY BUTTER, lb 35c
PICNIC HAMS, per lb.; 13c
SMOKED BACON, psr lb...... 15c
LIBBY'S TRIPE, large cans,J.20c
LIBBY'S LUNCH TONGUE, ; 20fr
SLICED BACON, Beachnut Brand, 30c
EAGLE BRAND MILK. ... .. 15c

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new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment- New chemical
and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis f
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FOUR
OCA LA EVENING STAB FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 10, 1913.

00 A L A OCCURENCES

Woodmen meet this evening.
Mr. H. J. Ashley reached home yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Moultrie, Ga., where he
went on the call that his daughter,
Miss Alethea, wa3 dying. The re remains
mains remains of the young lady were laid to
rest last Sunday near Moultrie. Her
friend3 will always regret her un untimely
timely untimely death, and her memory will
ever remain cherished with them.
Mrs. Ashley will remain in Georgia
until cooler weather.

LOCAL LEGISLATION

(Continued from First Page)

ORANGE SPRINGS

Mr. C. A. Tremere of Belleview
was a welcome visitor in the city last
evening.

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

There was a live ball game at Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha yesterday, between Oklawaha
and Belleview, in which the visitors
won by 9 to 1. Charlie Davis, the
Belleview "Matty," struck out six sixteen.
teen. sixteen. The Star understands that
Belleview wants to come to Ocala
next Thursday, and we can assure
the City of Oaks boys they will be
welcome.

Mr. and Mrs. Dave Melin have
rooms with Mrs. Cora Dosh, and last
night a burglar invaded their apart apartment
ment apartment and carried off Mr. Melin's
trousers. He was so quiet about it no
one knew he had been in the house

until the pants were found in the hall
next morning. Ten dollars and some

small change, which had been in one
of the pockets, were not found however.

to be charged the city for light and
water to conform with the budget

adopted at the. last meeting. Motion!
carried, all members concurring ex except
cept except Mr. Meffert.
President J. M. Meffert here tend tendered
ered tendered his resignation as a member of
the council, but stated that he would
place same before the body later in
writing. Consideration of same was
deferred until next meeting.
Councilman Nash, president pro

tem, took his seat as presiding offic officer
er officer of the body.

The report of the finance commit

tee was read and adopted. It recom recommended
mended recommended the payment of the account
of Mr. R. A. Burford for services ren

dered the city. Report also states
that bids had been requested on
printing specifications for light and
water plant and on advertising for
bid3 for same.
A bid of Messrs. Smith & Sandifer
of $45 for rebuilding a tank for the
street sprinkler was accepted.

. There being no further business

the council adjourned to meet in spe

cial session next Tuesday afternoon

to consider bids for sewerage plant

construction.

Ask for BUTTER NUT bread and

don't let anyone make you believe

that any other is "just as good."
Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, tf

Mr. John Turney, who has been

visiting his daughter, Mrs. W. L. Col

bert for some time, left today for

Hawthorne to visit another daugh

ter, Mrs. D. M. Mathews, and from

there will return home to Miami.

W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.

WEATHER FORECAST

Generally fair tonight and Satur

day, not much change in temperature.

The ninth episode of "The Diamond

from the Sky," will be shown at the
Temple tonight. Ham and Bud will

also be present, and there will be one

of those fine Biograph, two-reel
dramas, featuring Edward Cecil,

Janie Wolf and Viola Smith.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS

from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf

Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf

Orange Springs, Sept. 8. Rev.
Riles of Hawthorne preached to a
large number of people here Sunday.
He is well known here and everyone
taht could possibly attend was at the

church.
Mr. Will Tompkins spent the week weekend
end weekend with his family here.
Mrs. R. L. Lang and daughter
Willie Mae, of Ocala, are spending a
few weeks at the Carlton House.
Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Avera of

Gainesville, Mr. Wm. N. Z. Avera of

Ocala and Mrs. N. G. Taylor and son

Joe, are registered at the Carlton

House.

Mr. W. E. McGahagin of Oklawaha

was a visitor to his daughter, Mrs. J.

R. Wimberly from Thursday to Sat Saturday
urday Saturday of last week. He renewed ac acquaintances
quaintances acquaintances with several of his boy boyhood
hood boyhood friends and visited several

places that brought to him reminis

cences of school days.

Mr. J. R. Wells of Jacksonville was

registered at the Pegram House Mon Monday
day Monday night.

Mr. Eugene Rosenberger and

mother returned to their home in Mic-

anopy last week after a week's visit
in Orange Springs. ''

Miss Willie Harrison spent last

week with her cousin. Miss Hattie

Carlton.
Miss Adelaide Harrison, Messrs. V.
Z. Kinzie and F. J. Williams were
visitors to the springs Sunday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Miss Willie returned home
with them.
Mrs. Holiday of Orlando and Mrs.
H. H. Harrison of Citra were visiting
at the Carlton House Wednesday.
Mr. Lewis Benson and son Clar Clarence,
ence, Clarence, left this morning for Maitland.
They will make their trip in their
launch, going down the Oklawaha
river, then up the St. Johns to San-

ford. Clarence will spend the winter
there and attending school in Winter

Park.

Mrs. M. E. Ervin spent last week
with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.

Carlton.

Mrs. Roberts left for her home in
Wiggins, Miss., Friday after a

month's viist to her father, Mr. T. J.

Kiser.

Mr. Paul Shigley is in Ocala this

week taking the teachers' examina

tions. He will begin school here next

Monday.

Mrs. N. J. Coker returned to Fort
McCoy Saturday after a week's visit

to her brother, Mr. R. A. Carlton.

RAMBLING AND
SCATTERING REMARKS

SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.

Try one cf those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.

OUR prescription department is at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

Have you tried those, delicious Max Max-Ixe
Ixe Max-Ixe cherries ? 50 cents per pound, at
Ceng's. tf.

A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Ceng's. tf.

I will exchange, even, an eighty eighty-acre
acre eighty-acre tract of land within plain sight
of the depot at Leroy, Marion county,
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

dress, Box 606, Ocala, Fla. 8-27 dw tf

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Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
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A PINE WHOOPING
COUGH REMEDY

Mothers, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
is just the remedy for your children's
rnlrl Ailments. The fact is that nine is

a quick enemy of cold conditions. Its

qualities loosen the mucous in tne
throat, soothe the lungs and open up
the air passages. The combination of

honey, soothing ana pleasant, witn tne
lrvnspnin c nine nualitv makes this an

ideal cough remedy for children.

Each passing year brings lor it, new
friends. A family of growing children
cannot afford to be without it. 25c
a bottle. No. 3.
v "TAKE A PEEP"

(Continued from First Page)
is the best publicity of all, and in
fact, the only way to reach all of the
people. In my state-wide canvass for
congressman-at-large, I spent a little
over fifty-eight hundred dollars, ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding the present limit for a state

candidate by eighteen hundred dol-1
Iars; and, as I owned a newspaper, Ij
didn't have to put in the advertising:
I did in that, which would have cost
me two thousand dollars or more,
considering the amount I did. I made J

a very modest campaign, compared
with some others I know about; and,
while it is far from my thought or
desire to say that any of the pres

ent candidates for state offices will i

make an immodest campaign, none of
them are better known ,that I was
when I announced as a candidate.
Take just four items of expense
that are absolutely essential in the
governor's race, for example, and you
have exceeded more than half of your
legal limit of four thousand dollars.
Traveling expenses, 3 months, 90
days, at $5 a day, $450; traveling ex expenses
penses expenses making speeches, 90 days, at
$10 a day, $900; Filing fee and cam

paign book, $2S0; Printing pamphlets
and signs, $500.

Office expenses, stamps, stationery,
tacking signs, newspaper advertising.

each item coming high if done effec

tively, or even moderately, must be
paid out of what is left.
This brings me back to where I
started, which is that it is a very
hard problem for state-wide candi candidates
dates candidates to keep within the limit set, and
keep in the public eye, in order to
get the public's vote the first of
which they must do to keep out of
jail, and, the second of which they
must do or get beat. It has been sug suggested
gested suggested by some persons suffering

from grouch and indigestion, that

such office-holders, now in a state

wide campaign for the same, or an another
other another office, can get around among

the people on what they term as "of

ficial business"; and, while getting
around, talk to the people about their

own particular political business. But

there is nothing in this for every
one of these, as a matter of course,

will be strictly conscientious about it,

and carefully put down in his ex

pense account, as a candidate, all ex

penditures he makes on official trips
or otherwise, when he is talking to
and appearing before the people as a
candidate; and, as each candidate, in

making up his statement of 'expen
ditures, has to swear that this in

eludes everything spent by himself,

or others, in furtherance of his can

didacy in any way, a candidate must

include all of those items in the ex

pense account he files as a 'candidate,

or commit perjury which no public

official can do.

At the best 'range on earth as you

pass our store. Come in and let the
man from the factory explain its ex

clusive features. Its the famous South

Bend Malleable range. Marion Hard

ware Company. 9-5t
GET RID OF THOSE

POISONS IN YOUR SYSTEM!

You will find Dr. Bell's New Life
Pills a most satisfactory laxative in

releasing the poisons from your sys

tem. Accumulated waste and poisons
cause manifold ailments unless re released.
leased. released. Dizziness, spots before the

eyes, blackness and a miserable feel

ing generally are indications that you
need Dr. King's New Life Pills. Take

a dose tonieht and you will exper

ience a grateful relief by morning.

25 cents. No. 3.
SEED POTATOES

Our new Irish potatoes for fall
ulantinxr are now in. Ocala Seed

Store 8-11-tf

RHEUMATISM AND ALLIED

PAINS THEY MUST GO!

The congestion of the blood in its

ow causes pain. Sloan s Liniment pen penetrates
etrates penetrates to the congestion and starts

the blood to ow freely. The body's

warmth is renewed; the pain is gone.
The "man or woman who has rheu rheumatism,
matism, rheumatism, neuralgia or other pain and
fails to keep Sloan's Liniment in their
home is like a drowning man refus refusing
ing refusing a rope." Why suffer. Get a bottle
of Sloan's. 25c and 50c. $1 bottle
holds six times as much as 25 cent

No. 3.

size.

BEAN SEED

We have just received our new
bean seed for the fall planting; all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf

COLDS DO NOT
LEAVE WILLINGLY

Because a cold is stubborn is no
reason why you should be. Instead of
"wearing" it out, get sure relief by
taking Dr. King's New Discovery.
Dangerous bronchial and lung ail ailments
ments ailments often follow a cold which has
been neglected at the beginning. As
your body faithfully battles those
cold germs, no better aid can be given
than the use of this remedy. Its merit
has been tested by old and young.
Get a bottle today. 50 and 1$. No. 3.
Get a bottle today. 50c and $1. No. 3
WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD

"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and found them to be just r.s repre represented,
sented, represented, a quick relief for headaches,
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.

NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS

If you want any kind of furniture

repaired, re-upholstered, re-polishe"d

or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction

guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala,

Fla. 9-2-lm

BILIOUSNESS

- AND CONSTIPATION

It is certainly surprising that any

woman will endure the miserable feel

ings caused by biliousness and consti

pation, 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 Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets and they cured me
of biliousness and constipation." Ob

tainable everywhere.

7
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01

POUNDS
OF
SUGAR
FOR

With One Dollar's worth
of other Groceries for
Cash on
MONDAY and
SATURDAY
AT THE
Smith Grocery Co.
Ocala Fla.

SEE RODOFF

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SHRIMP, CRABS. AND OTHER
SEA FOOD
PHONE 436 .... OCALA, FLA,

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We have made some
reductions.
PRICES GOOD

TEA POT

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Turning over. Al Always
ways Always fresh goods.

Make enr storr.Yonrsfore

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If

The items listed below are goods which are needed every day, and it will
pay you to look over the list and send in your wants. Note the PRICES, NOTE
THE SAVING. Special CASH values for

atttmrfay 11

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1MS1 POTATrtDU

EXTRA SPECIAL With a Dollar purchase or over, we will sell you one
Peck of Irish Potatoes for 20 cents. For food value Irish Potatoes are hard
to beat. Only one peck to a customer at this price.

IT

11!

i' mm mm

8 to 10 pound average.

POUND

11!

(PICNIC) Fancy
Little Picnic Should Shoulders
ers Shoulders at per pound

TOMATOES

No. 2 tins, each Yc
No. 2 tins 1-2 doz. tins Ann

No. 2 tins per dozen i--TSc

Baltimore Standard Paclc.

SJairalf ay Tim;

.23

No. 3 tinsf each
No. 3 tins per dozen

Put a few tins In your pantry at this price.

10c
$1.15

Ml TOIPOTRE

EVAPORATED PEACHES
A healthful food and
can be used in
many ways, per lb 7 v

EVAPORATED PRUNES
Fancy Prunes, 40 to 50
to the pound, kn
per pound 14C

LOG CAD IN SYRUP
50c tins Cane and Maple

byrup, an unus- 0(
ual bargain, at 3u

25c Value Golden Spike SlrZia Peaches, &r ffiz

M
I mwmmmtmt Hm

ROBIN HOOD CANNED GOODS
No. 1 tins corn Qp 15c tins Early IJNo. 2 tins blacktop No. VA tins1
at each yy June Peas-,IW Raspberries 10Cw. Cherries 1 3C

IK LEAF MM

ca

lll(

No.'21-2 tinsB

V let Pears, at

RED LINE CANNED GOODS

Jart I (In T No- 2 1-2 tins Ta- t J II No. 2 1-2 tins

17W Ji ble Peaches- IiW I

Cherries per- tin

22c

RichTasty Cheese lb. 19c Roasted Coffee lb -1

2 C

ROYAL SCARLET CANNED

Individual tins Peas 2c 25c tins Tiny Peas, as 20c tins of Small Lima
No. 1 tins June Peas 3c nice & tender as 'J'jp Beans; at per f 7
No. 1 tins Lima Beans 2c fresh from gardenLrLrU tin j C
Green Coflee Sjc 1 Matches, gg ; 1 Se
READYMADE Concen- Large tins Hunter Brand 5c tins American fA
trated Soup, Chicken, Pie Peaches, regular Sardines, 3 tins ill C
Tomato, Ox Tail, Con- 15c sellers, only a few
somme and Bouil- Qr cases left at per ifin Large tins Mustard 0
Ion 01 I tin IUL11 Sardines, per tin OC
BBttOKlCTfflP TOTf ffi 3s
15c tin Silver Lake Rheu- 15cv tins Borgan's Brand Large tins Pork & Beans
barb THE PIE Norwegian Sar- If without tomato An
PLANT per tin lv dines at 11L catsup, per tin Illy

J.E.H. F10IE Mrlrpr 1-9. hhl hade tliOn

FAT BACON Ms

We want your patronage, we are striving for it, and when we get it, we
will make every effort in the world to please you.
We GUARANTEE every item which goes out of our store, and if at any
time you get anything which does not come up to your expectation, we ask
that you return it to us or let us know and we will gladly exchange the goods
or refund your money.

1-4
03

O. K. Teapot Grocery

OCALA. FLORIDA.

PHONE IS 7

r

Treo'i fhlpment of Norris famous
rEANUT BRITTLE received every

few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf

JAX BISCUIT tft y
Mela cracker uDr1or.

JAX BISCUITS Z2Z
cakes, coekJ, tc
List n tlM wrappers.

Ask yur daalcr I oram

imm Cm Wti., Jh. Fla

JT

(J A XI

V X

One of the ushers approached a matt
who appeared to be annojlns those
about him.
"Doo't you like the show?"
-Yes. indeed r
"Then why do yoa persist in hissing
the perform ersT j
"Why, m-man allTp. I w-was-n't
h-hissing. I tr-was s-a-imply a-s-s-aj-lag
to S-s--sammJe that the s-s-sirigicj;
Is s-a-a-aaperh-" New York Gloha.

L. ALEXAWOEE:
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILD HI!
Careful Estimates ma2 ca all Cci
tract work- .Gives More and DetU
Work for the Money than Ar.y 0 Li
Contractor in the city.

ADVEirmi; in Tin:

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