VOL.21. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1915 NO. 221
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
u II I
Erection of the Little Kingdom Into a Great
KAISER VILHELM MAY HAVE
Turin, Sept. 17. The Stampa says
that it has been learned from a "dip "diplomatic
lomatic "diplomatic source" that Germany has
promised King Ferdinand of Bulgaria
that he shall have the crown ""of
Byzantine if Bulgaria remains neu neutral.
tral. neutral. This would indicate that a rad radical
ical radical boundary extension is promised.
The ancient Byzantine empire includ included
ed included all the Balkan states and Euro European
pean European Turkey.
AGREED WITH THE OTTOMAN
London, Sept. 17. Dispatches from
. Greece express a strong belief that
Turkey and Bulgaria have definitely
reached an agreement in the near
east. It is not believed this will lead
to Bulgaria participating in the war
on the German, side.,
CALL GREEKS TO THE COLORS
Paris, Sept. 17. A Balkan agency
says three classes of Greek reservists
have been called to the colors for Oc October
tober October 1st.
FROM MR. MEFFERT
Editor Star: The article in. the
Banner of the 14th inst., signed by
"Municipal Ownership Advocate," is
a bait and a dragnet,-whereby he ex
pects to hook me; if I fail to bite he
feels sure he will .land me in the
meshescof s his net, ....
All xigKt, mister; you won't .sign
your n.amj2; so you. must be afraid
your question will not harmonize with
your jmt; career; however, I-will do
you the. honor and express myself as
clearly as I can on each subject.
First?- I am a firm believer in
municipal ownership of public -utilities,
where they do not affect a busi business
ness business already established, owned by
peopled living in the city and who are
conducting "such business satisfac satisfactorily
torily satisfactorily to- the people, charge reasonable
prices for; the goods they produce or
handle, and the service is all around
A municipal owned ice factory and
coldvtorage plant has been agitated
in Ocala for nearly two years, and in
nearly, every instance by men who
knowiaa much about making ice and
the cost of getting it to the consum consumers
ers consumers fts the man in the moon. Look
aroundvyou and see who some of these
fellows are, what great things they
have accomplished, how successful
they have been -in conducting their
own affairs, how unerring their judg
ment has been and note results. They
can always figure a fortune on paper,
but it never pans out.
We have an ice factory owned and
operated by the Taylor Brothers,
who have lived among you twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five years, or more. They are good
citizens and taxpayers. Of course,
they would not care to pay taxes to
the cijty to help establish a competi competitive
tive competitive ice plant. How would the mer
chants feel if the city were to put up
a great, department store and sell
goods- to the people ? How would the
Banner and the Star like to have the
city, put up a big public printing
plant, so we could do our own print
ing,, also print great newspapers for
the general public ? Any sensible per
son can see the injustice of such a
I advocate, the establishment of
factories and all kinds of industries
that will not conflict with any already
located in the city. Municipal Owner
ship Advocate does not care so much
about tne estabnsnment oi an ice
plant in connection with the light and
water plant as to catch me on his
hook or in his net. This fellow, and
some of his friends, evidently have
circulated the report that I am part
owner of the ice plant and a silent
partner to the Taylor Brothers. O
course, if this were true, I would be
opposed to a municipal owned ice
planjt; It is wrong for a municipality
to ettgage in a competitive business
to its citizens aiid taxpayers, unles
there is a good reason for it by which
PROMISED CZAB FERDINAND
DOH'I NEED SO
ONLY HALF A BILLION WILL BE
LOANED TO THE ALLIES
New York, Sept. 17. The proposed
billion dollar loan to Great Britain
and France ha3 shriveled in the gos gossip
sip gossip of Wall street to half that size.
Five hundred million dollars was
the sum set as the amount American
financiers would lend. There was al almost
most almost unanimous opinion among bank bankers
ers bankers whose views could be obtained
that a billion dollars was not needed.
the city is justified. In such cases I
would favor the erection of a com competitive
petitive competitive ice and cold storage plant, a
city department store and a public
I have given my views on municipal
owned enterprises that would conflict
with those already established, and
now I want to state that I have sold
my interest in the Ocala Manufactur Manufacturing
ing Manufacturing Co. and my interest in the Ocala
Ice & Packing Co. years ago to Mr.
John Taylor, who paid me every dol dollar
lar dollar that he agreed to pay me, so does
not owe me,, as ..reported, v lots of
money,7 hence I do -not have to protect
him in the ice business. Anyone who
doubts my statement is at liberty to
call on Judge McConathy. All the
papers were drawn up by him; also
to the Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank. The deeds were placed in
escrow for final payment. All deeds
have been delivered to Mr. Taylor
I hope this will satisfy you and
show how I stand on competitive
The city's business should be con
ducted like any private business on
sound business principles. The city
should pay for hydrant rental, street
sprinkling and water used in public
and city buildings, and proper credit
given the water plant. Street light lighting,
ing, lighting, city buildings, arches and white
way that the city is liable for, should
be credited to the light plant at the
old rate. This would be a direct tax
on which the consumer taxpayer also
pays his share.
The water plant is being operated
at a loss and the light plant is mak
ing money. The profits of the latter
are absorbed in the general fund;
who gets the benefit but the non
resident property owners.
I. am not worried about the fire
department, neither the dump carts,
mules and the whole sanitary depart
ment thrown in. Asa whole, all
should be properly credited in their
No one is trying to rob the city of
its horses, mules and dump carts. Its
the electric proposition. If you could
put that on the "blink," and the water
works as a blind, then raise rates to
consumers on light and water, as is
being agitated, it would eventually
turn the "trick.".
Please sign your name the next
time the public always likes to know
who is entertaining them.
" J. M. Meffert.
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 17, 1915.
Mr. C. A. Tremere of Belleview
came to town yesterday afternoon
and dissipated heavily.v First he ab abducted
ducted abducted County Clerk Nugent and the
editor of the Star, decoyed them to
the Harrington Cafe and fed them on
oysters. Then he instigated Mr. Nu Nugent
gent Nugent to visit first the lodge and then
the picture show and finished up the
hours left before train time in the
Star's sanctum, wher he doped his
intellect on our exchanges.
THE ANCIEIII CBOWII OF
ALL QUIET Oil
SECRETARY OF STATE LANSING
OFF FOR A VACATION
(Associated Press I
Washington, Sept. 17. President
Wilson and Secretary Lansing con conferred
ferred conferred this morning on the interna international
tional international situation. Lansing then left
for a ten days vacation. Nothing
pressing is expected during that time.
Secretary Lansing announced that
the new note to Great Britain has
been completed, but will not be for forwarded
warded forwarded until Germany settles the sub submarine
marine submarine cases. The note is very long
and enters into the objection to the
British attitude that the burden of
pr&u lies upon owners or shippers of
cargoes. It holds that it is the duty
of the British government to prove
the guilt of the shipper.
SANTA ANNA IS SAFE
Transferred Her Passengers for Italy
at the Azores
( Associated Press)
London, Sept: 17. The Fabrie
liner Santa Anna has arrived at the
Azores, according to a, Llloyd's dis dispatch.
patch. dispatch. The fire was extinguished.
Six hundred and five passengers were
transferred to the Italian steamer
Ancona for Naples.
ENDEAVORING TO FORCE
Southern Senators Want Action on the
Washington, D. C, Sept. 17. Cot
ton growers and dealers are planning
drastic action to force the hand of the
administration which it is hoped and
expected will end in the sending of
the promised sharp protest to London
against the action of Great Britain
and her allies in placing cotton on the
contraabnd list and preventing free
shipments to neutral countries. Sen
ator -Hoke Smith of Georgia and Sen
ator Fletcher of Florida, together
with other senators and congressmen
from the cotton states, will meet here
shortly and lay out a course of ac
tion. It is said that President Wilson
is seriously concerned over the cotton
Sons of Confederate Veterans are urged to
attend special meeting at the Court House to tonight
night tonight at 8 o'clock, to discuss and arrange pro program
gram program for Annual State Convention of Veterans
and Sons of Veterans, to he held in Ocala next
If this Camp does its duty UNITED effort
and Willingness are necessary, COME
PROMOTED III RAPIDITY
London, Sept. 17. Petrograd ad
mits the Russians are falling back on
the line back of Pinsk, the capture of
which the Germans announced yes-
erday. The occupation of this town
may be expected to facilitate the
progress of MacKensen's forces thru
the Pripet marshes.
Owing to the prorogation of the
Duma, domestic affairs are occupy
ing Russia's attention. The effect of
this incident on the military situation
is feared. General Russky has so in
dicated in a proclamation, calling
upon workmen not to slacken their
efforts to keep the army supplied with
VICTORY AT VIDZY
Berlin, Sept. 17. The war office
announces the capture of Vidzy, 35
miles south of Dvinsk, by von Hin-
SEND MR. Mil
ACROSS THE SEA
PERHAPS HE CAN TALK KAISER
BILL INTO PEACE
WaKhington, Sept. 17. Mr. W. J.
Bryan and Dr. William Fargo, repre
senting editors of American newspa
pers published in foreign languages,
conferred today on plans to send
Mr. Bryan to Europe on a peace mis
Another Austrian Submarine
Vienna, Sept. 17. An Austrian
submarine torpedoed and sank a large
British transport recently in the
Southern Adriatic, it is announced
AUSTRIAN'S CANT WIN ALONE
Always Beaten Unless Helped
their German Allies
retrograd, &ept. 17. lhe enemy
which advanced along the Koval
Sarkny railroad south of the Pripet
marshes has been driven back a dis distance
tance distance of fully fifty miles. The Rus
sians have recaptured Hulewitschi,
inflicting heavy losses. One complete
German batallion was destroyed, while
two Austrian regiments were sur
rounded in the swamps and captured
Mr. Sonny Geise left this afternoon
for Fort Lauderdale, where he has
accepted a position with the firm o
Beck & Andrews, who have opened a
new drug store. The Beck member
of this firm is our own Albert, whom
everyone in Ocala will wish the most
abundant success in the new venture
BY THE RECENT CAPTURE
RRITATIOII Oil THE
SEVERAL SMALL SCRAPS BE
TWEEN GREASERS AND
Brownsville, Sept. 17 Another
battle between United States soldiers
and bandits is reported to have oc occurred
curred occurred near Sebastian last night.
Four or five soldiers put an equal
number of Mexicans to rout.
In another encounter near Los
Fresnos one Mexican is thought to be
wounded. A cavalry patrol was fired
on today from the Mexican side near
the city limits. About 500 shots were
TRAIN WRECK NEAR SALTILLO
Laredo, Texas, Sept. 17 Ninety
were killed in the wreck of a military
train near Saltillo late Wednesday,
according to advices received here.
BURTON GOT THE BOODLE
Connecticut Mayor Acknowledges He
Raked Oflf the Coin
Ansonia, Conn, Sept. 17. Former
Mayor Franklin Burton pled guilty
to the embezzlement of $36,000 from
the Ansonia Savings Bank of which
he was treasurer.
CRIMINALS LINED UP
IN PINELLAS COUNTY
St. Petersburg, Sept. 17 Ebenezer
Tobin, colored, was brought from the
Tampa jail to Clearwater last-night
and today he will be tried for the mur murder
der murder of Edward F. Sherman, formerly
a photographer at Atlantic City. At
the time of the murder a woman
member of the household was outrag outraged
ed outraged by Tobin and John Evans and left
for dead. Evans was identified two
days after the crime was committed
and was taken from the city jaiL His
death soon followed. Tobin was ar
rested later and spirited away to the
Tampa jail for safe keeping. Because
of open threats to "get" Tobin, Sher
iff Whitehurst last night placed extra
well armed guards on both the in inside
side inside and otuside of the jail at Clear Clearwater.
water. Clearwater. Mrs. Sherman is here to
prosecute the case.
Judson Kennedy was indicted yes
terday for the murder of William M.
Boone, in this city a year ago. The
date of his trial, together with John
J. Mendenhall's will be named Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. if
News from the North Received
STEFAIiSSEIl AUD HIS DDES GOIIIG HID ID
Ottawa, Sept. 17 Government
headquarters has announced that
Vilhkalmar Stefanssen, the Arctic
explorer, has been heard from and
was safe. Stefanssen hadn't been
heard from since April, 1911. It has
generally been believed that he and
several of his companions were lost.
NEWS RECEIVED AT NOME
Nome, Alaska, Sept. 17 Stefan Stefan-sson
sson Stefan-sson is on Banks Land. The schooner
Ruby arrived yesterday with dis dispatches
patches dispatches from him to the Canadian
government. He discovered new land
southwest of St. Patrick's Land. He
is now preparing to continue explor explorations
ations explorations eastward to ascertain the full
extent of the new land.
KAISER'S UNDERSEA BOATS
ARE ACTIVE CRAFT
London, Sept. 17 The Germans
have lost twenty submarines since the
war started, according to an editorial
note in "Motor Ship and Motor Boat.,
while the British losses have been
seven. At the start of the war Ger-
many naa eleven seagoing sud sud-marines,
marines, sud-marines, to which ten had been added
June 1st. Now Germany has only
fourteen seagoing submarines.
TO THE CITIZENS OF OCALA
The state census for 1915 for the
city of Ocala is about complete.
Should there be any person whose
name has not been listed by Thomas
Crawford, who has been listing the
census for the past three weeks, you
will oblige me to see him at Gerig's
Drug Store and give your name, as it
is very important that the census be
correctly taken. .Respectfully,
O. IL Rogers,
2t Census Enumerator.
LEVY'S VOTE IN DETAIL
Judge J. R. Willis of Levy county,
who was in the city this forenoon
gave the Star the following detailed
figures of Tuesday's election on the
Bloxham county proposition:
Gulf Hammock 13 4
Lebanon .. 23 5
WUliston .. . 23 210
Raleigh 2 76
Senator Bl'tch's home town, Mont
brook, did not seem to take very wel
to the proposition, having given a ma
jority of 25 against it.
Mr. White, one of the engineers on
the big dredging boat of Capt.
Young on the Oklawaha river, hap
pened to what might have been i
serious accident. Mr. White accoxn
panied by a friend started home la a
little Ford car he had recently pur purchased
chased purchased and in turing the corner en entering
tering entering "Lovers Lane," on the Silver
Springs road, plunged into a tree,
wrecking the car. His friend was
pitched through the windshield and
was badly cut. Mr. White escaped
injury in a miraculous manner by
throwing himself clear of the car.
There has been a change In the At Atlantic
lantic Atlantic Coast Line schedule. No. 10
from Leesburg for Jacksonville now
arrives at 5:40 a. m and No. 141
from Gainesville and Palatka arrives
J at 11:15 a. m.
-IIS! t 7 I
MPOSSIBLE TO". TELL" WHICH
SIDE IS AHEAD
London, Sept. 17 Severe fijLllr;
seems under way on usilipcil, al although
though although no official reports Lave l::a
received recently.- Ths Turks cl'izx
several successful attacks la the' An An-afarta
afarta An-afarta region. Athcn
continue to send reports that .0.3
Turks' defensive power is weaken!::
but there is. -no cHlcLal conf.ractica.
GERMANS HA VI
There is only artillery dael3 in t! ?
west. The German reply to t:.?
French g uns Is increasirj in ir.' rz
Many Teutons Caught by Eess'xzs la
Petrograd, Sept. 17. The latest uf-
fieial report indicates that the Austro Austro-German
German Austro-German defeat south of the Pr;::t
marshes has developed into a com complete
plete complete rout. The Russians are ham hammering
mering hammering the right wing of the Teuicr.
forces, and the enemy is precipitate precipitately
ly precipitately retreating along several frcr.ts.
AT THE DA ED ANXLLH3
Athens, Sept. 17 A large Italian
army is landing on the north tiis cf
the Gulf of Saros. This is a very im
portant development in the Darda
nelles campaign, because it is evi evidently
dently evidently the intention of the Itali&a
forces to attack the rear of the Turk
ish army now entrenched on th
Gallipoli peninsula. The point of land-'
ing is close to the narrowest part cf
the peninsula, and it is expected that
this .co-operation with : the Amsk Amsk-French
French Amsk-French forces "further south', will
make it possible .to capture Constan Constantinople
tinople Constantinople within a few weeks.
COMPLETE FARM FOR SALS
Anyone interested in farmlr.j or in
investing in a farm for specukilTt
purposes should get into communica communication
tion communication with this proposition at once. A
farm of nearly 160 acres cf land, all
cleared and in cultivation; fplzz.il 1
field fence all around; extreme rclr.t
less than three miles' from ccurt
house square. Two bran new resi
dences, huge new barn, deep dri":i
wells, growing crops, males, her::.?,
wagons, buggies, abundance of f&rx3
implements. Property located ca
hard road, public roads around thzts
sides of farm, railroad loading pcixit
in 100 yards of 'property. TLa
gest value in the county for the cs
ey, and a very little ready caii will
handle it. If this looks good to you,
ask at the Star ofke for particulars,
d&w It 9-17
NEGRO PRONOUNCED CRAZY
A lunacy commission composed
Drs. Hood and Dozier sni Mr. J..T.
Lancaster, yesterday afternoon-' ex examined
amined examined a negro man by the name of
Watson Murphy and pronounced tin
crazy. The asylum authorities Ears
been notified and he will be taken ta
soon as an attea-
The fire late yesterday ttfrsra oca
was hi 'the home of Mrs. D. 3.'
1 in the first ward.' Abort fl'5 trertli
lef c&m&sQ was done.
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OCALA EVENING STAB FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1915.
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
sponded in his usual pleasing man manner.
ner. manner. He congratulated Lake county
on taking a step in the right direc direction,
tion, direction, but he also sounded a note of
warning. 'It will be necessary he
Messrs. H. M. Hampton, R. S. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers and R. R. Carroll went out to the
home of Mr. Dalzell and Mr. John
Michael, three miles west of town.
said, 'for all to put their shoulder to iaSt night to look at the moon and
ii 1 I 1 m 7
me wneei aim putn. fun i icave it
all for one man to do.' Get away from
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance. ... 1.25
One month, in advance .50
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance AJZ5
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance .80
Among other things that are no noticeable
ticeable noticeable is the great amount of help
that "Dixie" wasn't to Bloxham coun county.
The Toronto Mail and Empire is
prejudiced, but nevertheless truthful
when it says: "Germany is trying to
use the dove of peace as a stool
A dispatch from Washington says
that President Wilson will oppose
the sugar schedule on the ground
that it has not had a chance to prove
its worth under present conditions.
He will ask that the war taxes now
in effect be renewed when they expire
which are combined, ever turn this
metal into coin, they will not be em-
arrassed for means. It looks like if
the war continues the time of melting
and coining cannot be long delayed.
Secretary A. C. Cobb has the
thanks of the Herald for a compli
mentary ticket to the Marion County
Fair, which is to be held in Ocala
Nov. 23-2G. Marion always makes a
errand success of her fairs. Punta
And is going to have the little
grandest success ever this year. ;
We would like to correct and con
sole the Lakeland Telegram and
Punta Gorda Herald as to our atti
tude toward eruavas. That mellow
fruit is one of our greatest joys, and
the Ocala fruit stands always watch
us closely when it is in season. It is
true that a person has to educate his
nose before he can eat a guava, but
ours was educated twenty-five years
The Star doe sn t think there is
anything in the report that Florida
Baptists in a body are preparing to
support Rev. Sidney -J. Catts for gov
ernor. It would be against one of
the main principles of the Baptists
to support as a denomination any
man, and so far" as the individua
members are concerned most of those
whom the Star is acquainted with are
likely to look for a higher grade. of
: statesmanship in a candidate than
has been shown by Mr. Catts.
Says the Tampa Times: "With 6,
015.9 cars of tomatoes shipped out of
Florida during 1914, this state ship
ped half of the tomatoes shipped for
table uses in this country last year
Palmetto, with 776 cars, was the
, largest individual snipping point.
Coleman with 450?5 being second.
and Dania third with 354 cars. Dade
county shipped 2,464 cars, more than
any other county in the country and
more than any other state except
Florida. Manatee county shipped
1,160 cars and Palm Beach county
One of the results of the war wil
probably be that a great deal more
gold will be put in circulation than
ever before. In Germany, the gold
which has been treasured in plate
jewelry, ornaments and keepsakes is
being steadily turned into coin. The
French people, from the beginning of
the war, contributed their possessions
in the precious metals, and now -gov
ernment agents are canvassing Grea
Britain, trying to discover how much
gold is in the holding of each house
hold. It is said that there are vast
stores of gold in the Russian churches
in the form of candlesticks and other
altar furnishings, contributions made
by the faithful during centuries, and
if the czar's government and church,
petty jealousies. Get away from the
idea that one part of the county will
get more than some other part. It's
Lake county, not Eustis or Tavares
or Umatilla. When a settler comes
to your county see that he is rightly
located, whether it is at Clermont or
Altoona, Leesburg or Cassia. This
will do more to bring in people than
anything you can do. Work to build
up next to the best county in the
state. (Mr. Rooney naturally thinks
Marion county best. Editor). Don't
make your advertising too alluring
and tell the truth. Tell one-half the
advantages of Florida and let people
come and see for themselves."
Senator Blitch of Bloxham no,
Levy county, poses as a democrat
and a prohibitionist, and we under
stand that he will also pose before
next year's primaries as a candidate
or a high state office. The Star has
seen a pamphlet which was circulated
among the negroes of Northwest Ma
rion county a few days before the re
cent county division election. It had
no name signed to it whoever issued
it wasn't brave enough to sign it
but it was evidently printed and dis disseminated
seminated disseminated by the authority and thru
the instrumentality of the campaign
committee of Bloxham, of which Sen
ator Blitch was a leading member.
The circular was one such as a dem
ocrat would be ashamed to have any
thing to do with, and it was a direct
attack on the W. C. T. U. of Marion
county." Senator Blitch will have
hard work disclaiming responsibility
for this circular the next time he
stands for office.
Our. Ocala friends have won their
fight against the creation of Blox
ham county. The election held Tues
day resulted overwhelmingly against
the new county, a portion of which
was to have been taken from Marion.
The Ocala papers conducted a vigor vigorous
ous vigorous opposition to the plan and are to
be congratulated on their victory.
"The Ocala papers" that's good.
If you will find anything against the
creation of Bloxham county in the
Ocala Banner for the last six weeks,
we will buy you an oyster supper. A
bunch, of our Bloxham friends, while
in Ocala last week, tried to rebuke
the Star for -its partisanship by ask
ing it why it hadn't remained "neu
tral, like the Banner."
MARY PHAGAN'S MESSAGE
You care a lot about me, you men of
Georgia, now that I am dead.
You have spent thousands of dollars
trying to learn who mutilated
have filled columns of your
newspapers with the story of
have broken into a prison and
murdered a man that I might
why did you not care for me
when I was alive?
the big planet Jupiter, which is now
visible in the east during the early
part of the night, through Mr. Mich
ael's large and powerful telescope.
The night was perfect and the plan
ets, as seen through the glass were
marvelously beautiful and distinct.
Jupiter looked as big as the full
moon, apparently, and the four or five
belts around the orb, as well as its
four moons or satelites, were plainly
visible. The moon, half full, was seen
at its best and is so large than it can
be seen all at once through the most
powerful of the several eyepieces
Mr. Michael has for his class.
Mr. Michael made this glass him
self, ground and fitted all of the
lenses, and even made the machines
to grind them with. He is a most in
telligent, well read man, and an in interesting
teresting interesting talker and nothing gives
him or his nephew, Mr. Dalzell, more
pleasure than to have friends come
out and study the heavenly bodies
through the big glass.
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
We simply can't understand why
the Boston papers are so exercised
over the killing of Americans in
Mexico they are only white people.
- Columbia State.
There are many broadminded peo people
ple people and genuine Americans in Boston.
Let us not judge any. northern com community
munity community by the southhaters in it. In Intolerant
tolerant Intolerant people are not entirely con confined
fined confined to section. Southhaters in the
north probably hate some of their
own neighbors, who they disagree
with, as much or more as they do
southern people a hundred or a thou thousand
sand thousand miles away. Also, we regret to
say, there are some northhaters
A great proportion of the money of
the world is coming to the United
States for, war munitions. When the
great war ends, this country will be
rich, and it must occur to any sensi sensible
ble sensible American that if it remains de defenseless
fenseless defenseless some of the impoverished
but armed and. war-hardened nations
may send their armies and navies
here to retake as much of the wealth
as they can.
The Eustis Lake Region has the
following regarding the speech of
Secretary Rooney at the organization
of the Lake County Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce last week:
"J. D. Rooney of Ocala, secretary
of the Marion County Board of Trade,
was called upon for a talk and re-
I was a child, but you shut me out
of the daylight.
You held me within four walls, watch-
lne: a machine that crashed
through the air,
Endlessly watching a knife as it cut
out a piece of wood.
Noise fills the place noise, dust, and
the smell of oil.
I wish some of the thousands of dol
lars that you spent on the trial
might have kept me in school,
A real school, the kind you build for
I worked through? the hot August
When you were bossing the girls, or
Or lounging in doorways cursing the
And you never paid me enough to buy
a pretty dress.
You sometimes spoke coarsely to me
when l went to and Irom my
Yes, you did, and I had to pretend
Why did you despise me living and
yet love me so now 7
I think I know. It is like what the
preacher told me about Christ:
People hated him when he was alive,
But when he was dead they killed
man after man for his sake.
Mary White Ovington, in the New
The Miami Metropolis comments on
the poem as follows:
Mary Phagan left a message for
the men of Georgia that is told in this
poem we quote.
The Metropolis re-publishes that
poem in the hope that every worth worthwhile
while worthwhile paper in the South will do like
wise. It would be good to see it in
every paper in the South, no matter
how that paper has stood toward the
corruption that furnished funds for
the defense of Leo Frank because it
brings out into the light of truth- a
state of affairs that good men must!
It is fine to talk of "chivalry"; it is
beautiful to see a man hold off his
hat in courtly deference to the women
of the South; but a chivalry that per permits
mits permits women to toil for wages that
mean starvation or ruin, or a chivalry
that must require high caste on the
part of women for its exhibition; this
is a chivalry that can bring nothing
but scorn from real men.
. If "women-folks" are dragged down
by labor and pitiful home conditions;
if little children are permitted to
work in factories- or in the cotton
fields, deprived of education, depriv deprived
ed deprived of wholesome play deprived of
nourishing food, deprived of loving
care then the "men-folks" of a com commonwealth,
monwealth, commonwealth, no matter how far they
are removed from association with
this stratum of- society, should not
talk of chivalry or of "avenging worn
How Italian Soldisrs Bshsvs.
The Italian soldier gets a very high
character from Richard Bagot In his
"Italians of Today." "To see an Ital Italian
ian Italian soldier drunk or In any way mis misconducting
conducting misconducting himself In a public place la
exceedingly rare so rare indeed that
It would create a very disagreeable Im Impression
pression Impression on the witnesses. Indeed, the
men of any one of the more Important
Italian regiments who misconducted
themselves In a public place would. In
addition to the severe punishment ad administered
ministered administered by the regimental authori
ties, undergo a very bad time of It at
the hands of their own comrades-
"What does that mean, pa?"
"Simply this. You've written checks
for $13 more money than was in the
"The idea! If $13 will break the bank
I'd find another one to do business
with. I supposed vthey had thousands
of dollars on hand all the time. De
troit Free Press.
How about paying me for that suit
I made for you two years ago?" asked
"You surely can't expect me to pay
for that suit," said the Impecunious
young man. "Why. it's all out of
style." St. Louis Post-Dispatch.
The ladies of the Lake Weir W. C.
T. U. met at the Weirsdale Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church Thursday afternoon for
their regular meeting. In the absence
of the president, Mrs. Reed, Mrs.
Sigmon took charge of the meeting.
Opening song. My Faith Looks Up
Psalm No. 119 was read by all,
which was followed with prayer.
Roll call. Eleven members and
three visitors were present.
The union decided to furnish the
Weirsdale school with the L. T. L.
The treasurer's report for the last
quarter was read and accepted.
A rising vote of thanks was given
the treasurer, Miss Harriet Simpson,
or her faithful work during the year.
The following officers were elected:
resident, Mrs. Mamie Rast; corres
ponding secretary, Mrs. S. A. Buch-
ey; recording secretary. Miss Mar
garet Snook; treasurer, Miss Harriet
Two very interesting silver medal
contests were given Friday evening
at the church. Those taking part in
the junior class were:
"A Boy's Promise," by George
"You Conquer Me," by Coleman
"The Knights of the L. T. L by
"Wanted, a Father," by Iris Wall
"Won't You Vote It Out," by Mabel
"Will Daddy Sign the Pledge," by
"Cut It Out," by Esther Coggon.
The judges awarded the medal to
Frances Nold. While the judges were
deciding on the medal, the choir en entertained
tertained entertained the crowd with singing.
I nose taking part in the young
people's class were Mr. Neil McNatt,
MA Tragedy of Human Life." Miss
Minnie Albertson, "A Stray Sun
beam." Miss Ruth Dickson, "Taken
by Surprise." Miss Grace Simpson,
"The Sober Hat," Miss Margaret
Snook,' "Christian Leaders."
The judges were from Lady Lake.
Miss Ruth Dickson won the medal.
which was presented by Mr. J. M.
Douglass. Those that did not receive
medals were presented with pins.
"I never see her with her husband.
Has she lost him?"
"I don't know. Some people seem
to think she has merely misplaced
him." Louisville Courler-J ournaL
Worked the Wrong Way.
How did the accident happen?"
"He got run over when he stopped to
read a 'Safety First sign." Houston
"I don't see how you sell
such good merchandise so cheap,"
said a customer the other
Never mind how I can
afford to do it. You just
come in and take advantage
Splendid Bargains in
High Quality Merchandise
I have prepared for next week.
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Proprietor OCALA BARGAIN MOUSE
The wet or dry election in South
Carolina is probably the most mark
ed victory the prohibitionists have
won. The dry majority was unusually
large in proportion, five out of every
seven votes being for prohibition.
The new law will go into effect Jan.
1. 1915, and will eliminate the dispen
sary system made famous by Ben
Tillman almost a quarter of a century
ago. There is no danger, however, of
anyone in South Carolina dying from
snakebite. Each person will be al
lowed to import one gallon of redeye
a month, and that should be enough
for any temperate man.
Ambassador Berastorff told news
paper men in New York Wednesday
that he expected all differences be
tween this country and Germany to
be settled in a fortnight. This sounds
nice, but from what has already hap
pened we can see that Bernstorff's
country does not always fulfill his
promises. Also, mere is a suspicion
that Bernstorff does not always say
just what he means.
Let us hope the suppression of the
Bloxham rebellion will cheer up Ben
jamm of the Ocala Star. Always
touchy, if the insurgents had won out
there would have been no living in
the same newspaper family with him
at all, at all. St. Petersburg Times.
Go way, man; we have been the
most cheerful person in the two
counties during the campaign. As for
touchiness, we venture to remind you
that its mighty bad taste for the pot
to make disparaging remarks about
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
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 443, Ocala,
We have a lew or the famous Shu
mate and Chase razors which we will
sell below cost price to close out. The
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ite 'Favorite Prescription' did
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ter daughter suffered from
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Considering the craven ess of my daugh
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lieved relieved by using Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
scription, taking it according to directions.
it certainly was ail mat my aaugnter
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If vou are a sufferer, if your daughter.
mother, sister need help, ect Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription in liquid or tablet
form from any medicine dealer to-day.
Then address Doctor Pierce. Invalids'
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., and get confidential
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Doctor Pierce's Pellets are unequal ed
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Cure Sick Headache, Bilious Headache,
Dizziness, Constipation, Indigestion, Bil Bilious
ious Bilious At arks, and all derangements of tho
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The most valuable book for both men
and women is Doctor ivree's Common
Sense Medical Adviser. A splendid 1003
page volume, with engravings and colored
plates. A copy will be sent to anyone
nerving three dimes or thirty cents in
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mailing only, to Doctor Pierce, Invalids'
Hotel. Buffalo, ri. X.
You are Cordialy Invited to Attend the
Annual Fall Opening
Affleck Millinery Parlor
September 20,' 1915
Monday Evening at 7 o'clock
Continuing through Tuesday and Wednesday
Refreshments Monday Evening
This is our
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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 set
t da the woik.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main SL
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We fully realize how neces necessary
sary necessary prompt delivery terries is.
The average housewife likes ta
have her meat sent just when
she wants it.
Small things count in suc successful
cessful successful business. Next to tail tailing
ing tailing you food meat cones rijat
service. We are bound to pittas
you if you care to try xs.
XL H. MARSH'S MARKET
' PHONE 108
f'ext to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, F
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thins
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous ree-
orsd or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is the
record history of that title.
that he has got it alL
checking before the abstract man knows
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGn
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT JIAN HAS REASONABLE TIME HI
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK. '
florida title and abstract corporation
i pk i our r resn Meat it win
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Also fine Jine of Groceries.
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the kettle's complexion.
OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17. 1915.
OK LA WA HA
Oklawaha, Sept. 13. Mr. J. T. i
Lewis and son John, Mr. MeGahagin
and Mr. John Smith autoed to Ocala I
ine uKiawana junior ana senor
baseball nines crossed bats on the
Oklawaha diamond Saturday even
ing:, the juniors defeating the seniors
by a score of 5 to 4. There was some
slugging on the junior side as they
batted out a couple of fast pitchers.
Miss Bessie Price returned from
Eustis where she has been visiting.
She reports a pleasant time.
Misses Carrie and Margaret Gouch Gouch-lieoge
lieoge Gouch-lieoge have returned to their home at
Martin. They have been enjoying an
outing at Lake Weir, the most at
tractive lake in Florida.
J. T. Lewis Sr., J. T. Lewis Jr. and
JE. L. Blair left Thursday morning in
their automobile for an extended trip
ron the east coast.
J. T. Lewis of this place has some
very fine nursery stock for sale, con
sisting of several varieties of fine
orange and grapefruite trees.
The Oklawaha Sluggers crossed
bats with Lady Lake last Thursday,
the game resulting in the defeat of
the visitors by a score of 10 to 1.
Miss Chalker, Miss Fort and Mr.
and Mrs. J. W. Mann were business
visitors in Ocala last Saturday.
A fine baby was born to Mr. and I
Mrs. John Chalker last Monday
morning. Mother and child are doing
Capt. Henry was a business visitor
to Ocala Monday.
Miss Tillie Pasteur, Mrs. Woodrow
and Dr. and Mrs. Henry spent Fri Friday
day Friday in Ocala shopping.
xne iouowing named pupus were
present at the Oklawaha school every
day during the month beginning Aug.
16 and ending Sept. 10:. Maggie
Smith, Dons Driggers, Pearl Blair,
Agnes Marshall, Edna Blair, Bessie
Blair, Ida Nixon, Zell Martin, Irene
Martin, Julia Harrell, Earl Lewis,
Charlie Scott, Artie Scott, Elliott
Connor, Oney Price, Clyde Scott,
Harrell Martin, Hubert Price, Henry
Connor, Bertie Smith, Hugh Harrell,
Howard Driggers, Hugh Blair, Oran
Price, Horace Blair, Woodard Yongue
and Joe Marshall.
Cit'ra, Sept. 15. Mr. Ed. L. Wart Wart-mann
mann Wart-mann returned from Atlanta yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Robinson are very
happy over the arrival of a little son,
who came last Thursday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. J. N. Malphurs
motored to Ocala Monday.
Mr. Carr filled his regular appoint appointment
ment appointment at the Baptist church Sunday
Miss Susie Lambert leaves this
week for Palatka, where she will
Mrs. Creekmore is visiting rela relatives
tives relatives in Jacksonville.
The W. C. T. U. will hold its reg regular
ular regular monthly meeting with Mrs
Driver tomorrow afternoon.
Miss Creekmore of Live Oak spent
Sunday with her brother, Dr. Creek Creekmore.
more. Creekmore. Rev. V. J. Carpenter of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville is the guest of Mr. C. W. Driver.
1 1 'V;.-"
The man who likes to know "how
things work" nearly always buys our
Fits-U Eyeglasses. He appreciates
the many practical advantages of
their design and construction. .We
shall be glad to show you WrHY Fits Fits-U
U Fits-U Eyeglasses fit so comfortably and
Dr. D. M. Boney
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
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ANIMALS IN PAWN.
Tam or Wild, They Are Good For
Loan In This New York Shop.
Among the curious industries or
sources of livelihood in New York city
is an animal pawnshop. As you take
a watch to au ordinary pawnshop to
raise money on it, so you may take a
watchdog to the animal pawnshop.
..eceutly a man did this, getting $20
v,u a dog that was easily worth $50,
the pawnbroker said. But he was a
trick dog which had been taught to
open doors. So in due time he opened
a door and let himself out while let letting
ting letting the pawnbroker in.
A well known animal trainer owns
the shop. lie takes camels, lions, ele ele-phants
phants ele-phants any animals. There are no
charges for interest on the loan, the
only charge being for the keep of the
animals, among which at almost any
time are dogs, monkeys, bears, goats,
cats, coons, foxes, parrots, canaries.
At one time he had forty trick don donkeys
keys donkeys in pawn. The profits arising from
charges for feed and care are enough
to make the institution pay.
Once he had a lion in pawn which
broke his chain in the stable and went
roaring around, scared almost to death,
and it was only after heroic efforts
that they mustered courage to capture
him. As a matter of fact the animal
was a decrepit beast that had served
his time in sideshows and was anxious
to get away. Exchange.
A CLEW TO HER PAST.
She Knew Entirely Too Much, A a
Close Observer Discovered.
She looked rich and acted rich, and
every one knew that she was rich be because
cause because she had married a rich man, yet
the Sherlock Holmes of the tea party
discovered that she had once been poor.
"Take it from me," she said, "that
there was a time, and that not so very
long ago, when she was as poor as the
rest of us."
"Marvelous!" exclaimed the other
four girls. "IIow did yoa discover
"Through her knowing so absolutely
where I keep all my housekeeping
things. She knew that the tea caddy
was in the writing desk, that the
cheese, biscuits and other edibles be beloved
loved beloved by mice were in that tin box un under
der under the Bofa, that the alcohol for my
stove was in the corner behind the
washstand, that the butter and milk
were on the window ledge, and that
the eggs and other raw foods were in a
box on the bottom shelf of the ward wardrobe.
robe. wardrobe. "When we were cooking she went
straight to the spot and got every one
of those things without once asking
where they were, which is something
that a person who had not had a wide
experience of housekeeping In one room
could never have done." New York
An Ingenious Device.
When Sir Robert Perks' school days
were over he entered the office of a
firm of lawyers and worked very hard.
It was no uncommon thing to find Mm
reading law at 5 in the morning, and
this often after he had been working
late on tho previous night. As a mat matter
ter matter of fact, he male it an Inflexible
rule never to le in bed of a morning
after 5. To enforce this rule he in invented
vented invented an ingenious device. This con consisted
sisted consisted of a long plass tube filled with
water nicely balanced over his head
and attached by a string to an alarm.
At the desired hour the lell rang and
awakened the sleeper. If within a few
seconds he did not leap from his bed
and avert the calamity the descending
weight of the clock destroyed the bal balance
ance balance of the tube, and down poured the
water on his guilty head! From "The
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SYNOPSIS OF THE GAME LAWS THE MAN IN THE BOX. LOWELL SCHOOL HONOR ROLL
1. The title to all wild birds and
game is vested in the various coun counties
ties counties of the state.
2. The following only are game
birds: Swan, geese, brant, ducks, rail,
coots, mud hens, Gallinulas, shore
birds, plovers, surf birds, snipe, wood woodcocks,
cocks, woodcocks, sand pipers, tattlers, curlews,
turkeys, grouse, pheasants, quail and
3. It is a $50 fine to catch, kill,
ship or have in possession any game
bird, plumage, skin, eggs or nests
thereof, except as provided by law.
4. Open season November 20th to
March 10th following for deer, wild
turkey, quail, doves, swan, geese,
brant, rails, coots, sand pipers, cur curlews,
lews, curlews, snipe, ducks and plover; Nov November
ember November 20th to December 20th follow following,
ing, following, for pheasants; and October 1st
to March 1st. following; for squirrels.
Unlawful to kill squirrels in any pub public
lic public or private park at any time.
5. It is a $25 fine to capture, kill
or injure any game bird or animal by
pitfall, deadfall, scaffold, cage, snare,
net, salt-lick, blind pen, baited hook,
baited field, drugs, poison, chemicals,
explosives, or similar device.
6. It is a $25 fine to catch, hunt
or kill any game bird or animal be between
tween between dark and daylight the follow following
ing following day.
7. It is a $25 fine to kill more
than one deer, two turkey, twenty
quail or twenty-five birds of any other
species in any one day. It is a $500
fine to kill more than three deer, ten
turkeys, or three hundred of any oth other
er other game bird species in one open sea season.
son. season. 8. It is a $25 fine to barter, sell or
offer for. sale any game bird or ani animal.
mal. animal. 9. It is a $100 fine to hunt out outside
side outside of your voting precinct without
a license; a $25 fine to change or al alter
ter alter a license.
10. It is a $25 fine to transport
within or without this state any game
without a proper license. It is a $100
fine for any common carrier to receive
such game for transportation.
11. The witnesses furnishing evi evidence
dence evidence to convict for any violation of
the game laws shall have half of the
12. Persons .residing in the state
twelve months and the county six
months, may on payment of $1 to the
county judge, receive a "resident
county license;" a "non-residence
county license" for $3 and a "non-resident
hunter's license" for $15. No
license good except in county issued.
No license required of resident Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans.
13. County judge to have 25c, 50c
and $1 respectively, for each license
issued. County game warden to have
25c, 50c, and $3 respectively for each
license, balance goes to county school
14. County game warden are ap appointed
pointed appointed by board of county commis commissioners,
sioners, commissioners, said appointment to be based
on recommendation in primary after
15. County game wardens may ap appoint
point appoint deputies in each election pre precinct.
cinct. precinct. 16. All grades of licenses shall be
of different color, contain a synop synopsis
sis synopsis of the game law printed on the
back, and shall be good only for the
open season or fraction thereof imme immediately
diately immediately following their issue.
Pabst Slue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.
He Startled but Did Not Unnerve the
Express Car Messenger.
The niessenjrer was alone In the ex express
press express car. and the Imtii was making
fast time alx-nt wish's outside of
San Frau is-o. Ai l'u List stop the
messenger had l-een ery sorry to
see an ordinary nnijrii loaded from
the tnn k. The xperieinv was eom eom-ninii
ninii eom-ninii cnoiyli. but it always depressed
i.im a little.
Having set things to rlslits. he sat
down near hi Utile writing desk and
dropped Intn a doze. A sudden lurch
of the train roused hfm. and. as he
stretched himself awake, wh-it was his
consternation at seeing that the lid of
the rough Ikx was llftetl itltout three
Kx press messengers live in daily ex expectation
pectation expectation of train roblers. and the
thought flashed through his mind In
the twinkling of an e.ve that one of
those gentry was in the lox.
As he pot up from his rhair he was
relieved to -e the lid quietly drop into
Its place. However, he knew that the
bandit was no doubt watching hls
every movement from a hole bored In
the side of the box and that what he
did he must da cautiously.
Moving out of the hidden man's range
of vision, he got his hands on a few
nails and a hammer. Then he slowly
worked his way through the lofty pile
of packages, which be pretended to be
rearranging, suddenly threw a heavy
trunk on the lid of the rough box.
Jumped astride it and nailed down the
lid securely. The Imprisoned robber
roared and struggled, but to no a Tall.
' The messenger rushed to the rear of
his car and looked back through the
coaches. lie could see the man's con confederates
federates confederates "going through" the pas passengers,
sengers, passengers, who held their hands aloft
while a member of the gang "covered
them. The express car carried a valu valuable
able valuable shipment, and the messenger de determined
termined determined to save It.
Grasping the lever that operated the
automatic coupler, he put every ounce
of strength he possessed into one ter terrific
rific terrific Jerk. The drawheads parted, and
a gap almost Instantly opened between
the express car and the coaches. Run Run-nlng
nlng Run-nlng back through bis car, barring the
door as he went, the messenger reach reached
ed reached the front door and shouted to the
engineer to open his throttle. The en engine
gine engine and the express car leaped for forward,
ward, forward, but not a minute too soon.
The bandits, emerging from the
coaches, were Insane with rage when
they saw themselves foiled and pour poured
ed poured volley after volley from their rifles
into the fast fleeing car.
From the next station a coach and
engine with a posse armed to the teeth
went back to the relief of the stalled
train, from which the bandits had long
since fled. The express car and engine,
under a heavy police guard, proceeded
to San Francisco. The bandit was un unboxed
boxed unboxed at the police station, and an ugly
looking customer he proved to be. He
got a sentence of twenty years In the
penitentiary. Wells-Fargo Messenger.
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OCALA HAL ORDERS
IAIUON-DUNN MASONIC TODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday erenlng of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M. J
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad j
WOODMHtff OP THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 mets at
the K. of P. Hall at 8 p. nu, every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
COXCOIIDIA LODGE F. U. OP A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Tonga's Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. ii
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 23
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
KXIUHTH OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Contention
held every Monday at 8 p. m at
CastVe Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial rrelcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers, a B. HowelL C, C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. 8. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 15, R, A. L
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday In every month at
8 p.m. H. S. Wesson, IL P.
Jake Brown, Secy.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S,
meetfc at Yonge' hall the second and
fourth Thursday erenmgs of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Siroxnoos, Secy.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
and Protective Ordev of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tfciesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcomo. Club house
opposite postoffloe, east side.
IL von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise, Secretary. At.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. F
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 8 o'docx. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
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OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY. SEPTEMBER 17. 1915.
Wacahoota," Sept. 16. The weather
is very warm and dry and we all
would appreciate a shower on fall
Miss Theora Smith returned from
Williston Saturday, where she taught
in the Williston high school last week
while one of the assistant teachers
was taking the examinations.
Rev. George Henderson and wife
of Williston passed thru here last
Saturday en route to Micanopy, where
he officiated at the funeral of Miss
Miss Ethel Senn of DeFuniak
Springs, arrived Saturday afternoon
and is pleasantly located at Mrs. C.
R. Curry's. Miss Senn was here last
winter and made many warm friends
who are glad to welcome her back.
Mr. Willie Whitehurst of Raleigh
was a pleasant caller here Sunday
Messrs. John Walkup and Barcley
ieai oi ivicintosn ana miss xionense
Dunning of Micanopy, were guests
of Miss Mamie Gibbons to supper
Central school opened Monday with
quite a nice crowd of patrons out.
The teacher and children all seem
eager to get to work and we have the
prospect of a prosperous term. Miss
Ether Senn is the efficient teacher in
Everybody of votable age attended
the polls at Flemington Tuesday.
Mrs. C. M. Smith and Mrs. M. R.
Beck and Miss Rosalie Smith are vis
iting Mrs. B. T. Mathews at Tacoma.
Miss Loleta Rawls left for her
home at Montbrook Sunday after a
week's viist to Miss Rosalie Smith en
route from Pablo Beach.
Mrs. Napoleon Smith of Williston
was a Sunday visitor.
Mrs. L. M. Smith and daughters,
Misses Theora and Leola, accom
panied Miss Loleta Rawls on a shop
ping tour to Gainesville today.
With One Dollar's worth
of otherGroceries for
We have just received our new
bean seed for the fall planting; all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tl
woman will endure the miserable feel
ings caused by biliousness and consti constipation,
pation, constipation, when relief is so easily had
and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas.
Peek, Gates, JN. I., writes: -adoui a
vpnr ncm T used two bottles of Cham
berlain's Tablets and they cured me
of biliousness and constipation, ud ud-tainable
tainable ud-tainable everywhere.
THE NEGRO AND THE BANJO.
Smith Grocery Co.
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa 6:30 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
9:30 a. m.
No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:17
p. m.; Ar. rampa, o:zo p. m.; ijv. j
Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg j
8 p. m.
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson-1
ville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;j
Ar. Tampa, 7 :45 p. m. I
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. m.
No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.
Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. m.,
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30
a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.
There Was No Affinity Between Them j
In Old Plantation Days. j
To represent the negro in his comic
aspects and in his bentlmental moods
was what the minstrels pretended to
do, but the pretense was often only a
hollow mockery. Even the musical in instruments
struments instruments they affected, the Iianjo and
the bones, were not as characteristic of
the field hand or even of the town dar darky
ky darky as the violin.
Indeed, the bones cannot be consid considered
ered considered as in any way special to the
negro; they were familiar to Shake Shakespeare's
speare's Shakespeare's Bottom, who declares: I have
a reasonable good ear in music; let us
have the tongs and the bones And
the wise recorder of the words and
deeds of Uncle Uemus declared that lie
had never listened to the staccato pick picking
ing picking of a banjo In the negro quarters of
"I have seen the negro at work," ho
Joel Chandler Harris once asserted,
"and I have seen him at play; I have
attended his corn shucklngs. his dances
and his frolics; I have beard bim give
the wonderful melody of his songs to
the winds: I have heard him give bar barbaric
baric barbaric airs to the quills (that is to say.
to the Tan's pipes); I have bvurd him
scrape Jubilantly on the fiddle; I have
seen him blow wildly on the bugle and
beat enthusiastlcallj' on the triangle,
but I have never heard him play on the
banjo." Bra nder Matthews in Scrib Scrib-ner's
ner's Scrib-ner's Magazine.
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and found them to be just as repre represented,
sented, represented, a quick relief for headaches,
dizzy spells and other symptoms de denoting
noting denoting a torpid liver and a disorder
ed condition of the digestive' organs.
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writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba, N.
Y. Obtainable everywhere.
When Turtles Were Big.
Of the turtles it may be said that
they represent the most ancient type of
all vertebrates, resembling closely as
they do the reptiles of their kind which
existed so far back as the mesozoic
era. There were sea tortoises during
that epoch which measured twenty
feet in spread of flippers, while some
tertiary tortoises were not less big in
body, measuring twelve feet from head
One View of Love.
"Do you think there is anything re remarkable
markable remarkable in love at Grst sight? risked
the romantic youth.
"Not at all." answered the cynic.
"It's when ieople have been looking
at eacb other for four or five year
that it becomes remarkable." Pear
"These south sea Islanders are a
queer lot. They have many things
which are taboo, mustn't be touched."
"I see nothing strange about that. It
is the same principle on which we care carefully
fully carefully plant a lot of grass for people to
keep off of." Louisville Courier-Jour
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c-JTry a DAILY STAR Want Ad-It Pays
I INTENTIONS I
? Fate Turned Them Awaj.
1 By D WIGHT NORWOOD j
What a difference between that
vrhlch la behind and that before rial
We more on from day to day In
grooves that It would seem will be
everlasting. Then suddenly we make
a sharp turn. There la a saying, "It
13 the unexpected that happens." The
reason for the adage Is that now and
again the unexpected does happen and
The unexpected happened with torn
one summer, and It was the most im important
portant important ev t for me between birth
and death. It was not only unexpect unexpected,
ed, unexpected, but unintentional. It was not only
unintentional, but contrary to my de determination.
termination. determination. Fate, Ignoring my reso resolutions,
lutions, resolutions, led me Into a trap, and be before
fore before I was aware of it, presto, change!
I was not the same man I had been
In the first place, I did not wish to
go for a summer outing. I was much
interested in a business scheme, and it
required not only a doctor, but my
mother, to drive me away from it. In
the second place, I had repeatedly told
my mother that my home puld be
with her and her alone so long as she
lived. Xo third person, especially a
woman, should come Into the house to
usurp her place as its manager. In
the third place. If I must go away for
a rest I proposed to get a rest and
would go where no one would inter interfere
fere interfere with my quiet Now, mark you
how these Intentions went awry!
I chose a summer hotel in the moun mountains
tains mountains in which I understood there were
to be a medium number of guests. 1
did not wish too small a number, for
a few persons under one roof are lia liable
ble liable to wrangle. I did not wish too
large a number because in that case
one cannot be quiet. I was driven
from the station to the Chochihoochee
inn, alighted from the cab on to the
steps leading up to the porch, handed
a small satchel to a hotel attendant,
paid the cabman and turned to go tip
on to the porch.
A pair of feminine arms was thrown
around my neck, and a pair of lips
pressed to mine.
Taken by surprise, I acted as nature
prompted. Sly embracer was too close
to me for me to determine whether
she was beautiful, but the impulse of
her act indicated that she was young.
The Hps, too, were not within my
vision, and their sweetness might have
been due to imagination. But what
mattered the cause since they were
sweet? Nor did I meditate upon what
person the lady might be, whether
cousin4 or intimate friend. I returned
the embrace with something of the
fervor with which it was given. That
is, I began the return thus, but before
it was concluded my own test was su superior
perior superior to that of the lady.
"Oh, Tom," she exclaimed, what a
Joyful meeting after so many years
"Delightful I" I stammered, unwill unwilling
ing unwilling to seem irresponsive till I could
come to a better understanding of the
"If it hadn't been something about
your figure and the way you carry
yourself I doubt if I should have
"Ton, too, have changed; xnucn im
"I'm so glad you think so! I feared
you would be disappointed in me.
This brief dialogue occurred while
we were pausing up on the porch.
Had it not been for a disinclination to
dash cold water upon the girl's happi
ness, to turn it into mortification, I
might have told her that she must
surely have mistaken me for some one
else. This is the reason I give for not
having done so, but there was another
more powerful reason that I will not
put in words. Nevertheless, I will say
this: I defy any man who has tasted a
pair of sweet Hps of a girl who has
made a mistake in his identity to turn
upon her immediately and announce
I took a seat beside the young lady
on the porch, but when she began to
ask questions which would undoubted undoubtedly
ly undoubtedly betray me I beat a retreat, telling
her that as soon as I had got some of
the dust of travel off me I would re return
turn return to her. Entering the bouse, I
was shown to a room on the second
Coor overlooking the porch.
I was performing my ablutions near
a window when I saw a cab enter the
grounds and stop at the steps below.
A young man alighted as I had alight alighted
ed alighted a few minutes before, and I wit witnessed
nessed witnessed a scene that chilled the very
marrow In my bones. Leaning out of
the window that I might extend the
range of my vision, I saw him ap approach
proach approach the young lady I had recently
"Aren't you Belle Lawrence?" he
"Why, yes," doubtfully.
"I'm Tom, Tom Underwood. Don't
you know me?"
"You Tom Underwood?"
"Certainly. You received my tele telegram,
gram, telegram, didn't you?"
"Your telegram? Yes, I received
your telegram, but"
The girl stood as if bewildered, then
led the way into the house, and I saw
and heard no more.
f would not havG t v i i.'i to the
girl that she had m.nle a mistake and
that well, that I had not at once dis disabused
abused disabused her of It. Nature is very
strong, and I confers that the ascend ascendant
ant ascendant feeling in me was antagonism to
the fellow who was doubtless receiv receiving
ing receiving a duplicate of the kLss given me.
At the same time I felt that I occupied
an equivocal iositlon. I did not like
the idea of meeting the girl again.
How would she regard me? Doubt Doubtless
less Doubtless as an impostor. If I passed her
on the porch or elsewhere about the
house or grounds she would cut me
with one contemptuous glance.
And "Qy. I must make a confession.
a conlesslcm or cowardice. There ta
something of the coward about one
who has wronged another, and I felt
that I shoul 1 cringe before this girl I
had permitted to think I was her lover.
True. I dl.1 not kiss her. She kissed
me. and so quickly that I could not
prevent her doing so. But I acknowl acknowledged
edged acknowledged to myself that I would not have
prevented her if I had had no end of
I did not dare go downstairs to sup supper,
per, supper, but ordered a meal served in my
room. Contemptible creature that I
was, I did not dare go out of it. in intending
tending intending to get away by an early train
the next morning.
About 0 o'clock there came a knock
at my door, and In walked the man I
had personated. lie resembled me.
but It seemed to me there was consid considerable
erable considerable difference In our appearance.
There was a thundercloud on his brow.
Tm in for It." I said to myself; "but.
thank heaven. It's not the girl I have
For a few minutes I listened to a
tongue lashing such as I have never
heard before or since. At first I bowed
before the storm, but presently my
anger began to rise. Not one word
did I speak during that tempestuous
Interview, the hurricane blowing all
one way, till. like a thunderbolt, I fell
upon my visitor and sent him sprawl sprawling
ing sprawling on the floor.
lie rose with blood in his eye and
was coming for me when he suddenly
restrained himself. "This Is no place
and no way to settle so important a
matter. You will hear from me pres presently."
ently." presently." With that he went out, slamming the
door, and I heard him stamping down
the corridor. It was 11 o'clock when
a young man .who gave his name as
McCabe came to my room with a chal challenge.
lenge. challenge. I was expected to meet Mr.
Thomas Underwood the next morning
at sunrise at such place as I might
designate. Not seeing how I could re refuse,
fuse, refuse, I consented to do so, provided
Mr. McCabe would act as my second
as well as that of my opponent. I
also wrote a note to be given the
young lady at such time as McCabe
thought proper, apologizing for not
having made her instantly aware of
her mistake. Having settled these
matters with my visitor, he departed.
I sent word to the office that I should
be called at an early hour in the morn morning,
ing, morning, then turned In. and, my mind hav
ing been relieved by my apology to the
lady and punching her lover, I fell into
a comfortable slumber.
The next morning as 1 went out on to
the porch who should be waiting for
me but the young lady whose blunder
bad made all the trouble. She advanc advanced
ed advanced toward me.
Where are you going?" she asked.
"To leave by train." I replied, brave
"No, you're not. You are going out
to fight Mr. Underwood."
"Did he teU you that?"
"No, but 1 suspected it. 1 have lain
in wait for you to stop this nonsense.
I couldn't do anything with him. I'm
going to see If you have better sense.
I wondered for a moment, then told
her I owed Mr. Underwood satisfaction
for knocking him down and felt obliged
to give it to him.
'Very well." she repUed. Til go
At that moment Mr. McCabe appear
ed, lie seemed much surprised to see
Miss Lawrence and was not averse
to her going with us to the grounds
with a view to stopping what he con
sidered an unfortunate affair. We
walked half a mile, then turned off
the road and. passing into an open
space behind some trees, found my en
emy waiting for me. Underwood, on
seeing Miss Lawrence, looked thun
"Tom," she said, "you are about to
act very unjustly on account of what
was not this gentleman's fault, but
mine. You are going to punish me
through him. I wish you to apologize
to him for having said anything to"
him about a matter which was mine.
"I'U do no such thing." said Under Underwood
wood Underwood savagely. "If you prefer him to
me say so and have done with it."
"I certainly prefer the way he is act
ing to the stand you take."
"Then you choose between us and
"I certainly don't choose you unless
you come to your senses."
rif I can't fight him here m fight
"If you fight him at 'all you may
consider all off between us."
"So let it be." And. turning his back
on us, he strode away bristling with
I never saw Mr. Underwood again,
but I saw a great deal of Miss Law Lawrence.
rence. Lawrence. Indeed, instead of spending my
outing alone I spent It with her con constant
stant constant companionship. When I returned
to the city I informed my mother that
I had gone back on my volunteered
promise to live with her alone so long
as she lived. Fortunately she had the
good sense to resign her position as
bead of my house and cheerfully turn turned
ed turned it over to my wife.
Napoleon IVuiaparte said. l will con control
trol control clrvunistnnce. Since he failed
In doing s feel excusable for going
back n DiT resolution.
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Our Evening Thought
Do not be suspicious or too sensi sensitive.
tive. sensitive. People often suffer through
imaginary causes. Allow no little
shadow to cloud your day. Bear
sweetly any seeming unkindness, and
do not magnify them into something
great. Often a little misunderstand misunderstanding
ing misunderstanding at morning is like the mists, it
melts away at noonday and leaves
the sky of your heart clear and
bright. Build a little fence of trust
about your heart today. Fill the
space with loving work and therein
stay. Look not through the shelter sheltering
ing sheltering bars upon tomorrow. God will
help you bear what comes of joy or
sorrow. rlolyoke Howard.
Miss Ovide Chapman, of Jackson
ville, arrived this afternoon for a few
days visit to Miss Gladys Drake.
Miss Martha Kate Rentz is the
-week end guest of Miss Blair Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row at Woodman
Mrs. D. E. Mclver and family will
move home from Lake Weir, where
they have been spending the summer,
next Tuesday. f'
Mrs. Robert Blake was an over overnight
night overnight guest of Mrs. D. E. Mclver, at
Idlewild, returning to her home this
Mrs. John Edwards and family
have .returned from a lovely visit to
their host of friends and relatives at
Old Town, on the Suwanee River.
'Mrs. W. B. Caldwell, mother and
little daughter returned Wednesday
afternoon from a few days spent de delightfully
lightfully delightfully at Anastasia Island and St.
Mrs. Carter II. Dame and Miss Lois
Dame left on the early morning train
today for St. Augustine, where Miss
Dame will enter the convent for the
a great num num-the
the num-the coming
Smith's Ocala friends will be glad to
learn that she intends to return to
Ocala for the Christmas holidays.
Mrs. Sam Igou, and two charming
little sons are spending a short time
as the guests of Mr. Nichol3 and his
charming daughter, at their home in
Mr. E. T. Helvenston arrived at
Daytona Beach yesterday afternoon,
from New York City where he has
been for ten days selecting new goods
for his establishment. Mr. Helven Helvenston
ston Helvenston will return home on Monday
morning. His family will remain for
several weeks longer.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fishel are hav having
ing having a delightful visit to friends in
New York City and seeing the sights
of the great metropolis. They will
return to Baltimore to celebrate their
wedding anniversary at Mrs. Fishel's
girlhood home before returning to
The many friends of Mrs. L. A.
Gable and family will sincerely re regret
gret regret to learn that they are packing
up their household effects and will in
the future make Lakeland their home.
Mrs. Roy W. Fuller has gone to
Midland City, Ala., to visit among
relatives for a short time.
The following invitations were is issued
sued issued thi3 week:
Mary Ela Bray
Thursday, September 1C,
Mrs. G. D. Washburn.
These invitations were sent to sev several
eral several of the young people who have
been taking part in the gold and sil silver
ver silver medal contests for the last few
months. The night was perfect for
such an affair and a most enjoyable
time was spent by the thirty or thirty-five
guests, all of whom, with a
few exceptions, have been in the con contest
test contest work. We do not remember all
of the names but among them were:
Mrs. G. D. Washburn, Misses Lot Lottie,
tie, Lottie, Clara and R. E. Curry. Eunice,
Lois and Mary Ela Bray, Estelle
Wilkes, Ethel Hightower and Jewel
Carroll; Messrs. Linder McConn, Ros Ros-coe
coe Ros-coe Rahme, Ireland Jones, Marvin
Frazier, Rozar Bray and Sam Smith,
of Ocala, and Messrs. Odus and
George Radford, Alfred and Vernie
Abshire, Lester and Jasper Wilson,
Lee McCormick, Harry Scarborough,
Robert Suggs, Fred Crews and Earl
Luffman, of Oak. Reporter.
WILLISTON AND OAK VALE
NOTICE TO WOODMEN
All Woodmen are requested to meet
at the hall at 2 p. m., Sunday, Sept.
19th, to assist in the ceremony of un unveiling
veiling unveiling the monument erected to the
memory of Soveringe John D. Juhan.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
Williston, Sept. 13. In spite of the
hard times Williston continues to im im-prome.
prome. im-prome. Mr. J. H. Lenicken, the pro proprietor
prietor proprietor of three stores, two of which
built of brick were built by himself,
is having erected- a commodious
Miss Theora Smith of Wacahoota,
one of our most promising young
teachers, is filling a temporary va vacancy
cancy vacancy in the public school. She will
soon leave for Bronson, where she
will teach this year.
We regret to note the removal to
a Jacksonville hospital of Mr. F. P.
Henderson, bookkeeper for the lum lumber
ber lumber company, whose home and family
are at Fort Myers. Mr. Henderson is
a brother of Rev. G. S. Henderson,
pastor of the Methodist church at
Mr. D. C. Gunnells, who has been in
poor health for severaf years, we are
sorry to report, is bedfast at the
Miss Anna Mary Anderson of Oak
Vale and Napoleon Smith of Waca Wacahoota,
hoota, Wacahoota, are enrolled in the Williston
high school this year.
The revival meeting at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church, beginning Aug. 23, was
ona of the most remarkable in the his history
tory history of Williston, many being turned
away at different times for want of
Miss Eddie Reddick, a former
teacher of the Ebenezer school, was
the guest of the family of Mr. W. H.
Anderson last week. Miss Reddick
has for several years been employed
by a business firm in Jacksonville.
Mr. and Mrs. Mims Mattair have
recently taken a new boarder in the
person of the proverbial bouncing
The patrons of the Ebenezer school
are unusually well pleased this year
with their teacher. Miss Hattie Akin
of St. Catharine, Sumter county. Like
her predecessor, Prof. Thorn, as of
last year, Miss Akin is not only an
earnest, competent teacher, but also
a valuable addition to the social and
religious life of the community.
Mrs. S. Reddick is with us again,
having returned from an extended
visit with her daughter, Mrs. Robin Robinson
son Robinson of Starke.
Our genial mail carrier, Mr. Mich Michael
ael Michael Clancy, is on the route again after
a vacation of two weeks spent with
his parents at Oak Vale'. ''
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 made fresh every
day and put up in 10c packages. Ac Accept
cept Accept no other. tf
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Blitchton, Sept. 16. Everybody is
rejoicing over the result of the elec election
tion election on Tuesday against county divis division.
ion. division. Dr. W. J. Willis, Messrs. John Mix Mix-on,
on, Mix-on, Gus Morton, Levi Hester and S.
II. Blitch of Williston were visitors
Mr. W. O. Brewer of Romeo was a
The farmers are busy gathering
corn and peanuts.
Mr. Will McArthur of Montbrook
Mr. and Mrs. L. Ferguson of Mont Montbrook
brook Montbrook spent Sunday here.
. Mr. J. T. Burgess is better after
two weeks' illness.
Mrs. Will Brewington is on the
Mr. B. L. McMuIien of Largo was
the guest of Dr. Blitch Friday.
Mr. J. W. Coulter motored to
Miss Rowena Hammons spent
Monday and Tuesday at Morriston as
the guest of Mrs. J. J. Karris.
Mr. Walter. Hendrix of St. Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg was the guest of his sister, Mrs.
B. C. Blitch Tuesday and Wednesday.
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 mnnmer complaint. After
taking a dose of it I had not Ion g to
wait for relief as it benefited me al almost
most almost immediately." Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. ..."
Our new' Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
OUR prescription department is at
YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is thp watchword which insures you
careful compounding." The Court
; Pharmacy. tf
tT,r mi n
fljl'mlTI A !7T
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ADMISSION FROM 333 TO tOO, FIVE AND TEN CE
' CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY"
L a li
Moderate Prices on all kinds Fresh FIs lienor. Zzd
n 1 1 t
Y'PnONE 'SSO -' r
10 SECOND STUErX t
;FOR RESULTS PUT YOUR AD. IN THE STAH
Mrs. J. K. Austin, who has been the
house guest of Rev. and Mrs. Fred
Benjamin at Alexandria Bay, N. Y.,
for the greater portion of the sum summer,
mer, summer, is now the guest of relatives in
the Vermont valley.
Mrs. B. M. Roberts,
matron of the Ocala
dormitory is receiving
ber of applicants for
school season, and several students
have already arrived. Misses May,
Alma and Elma Sykes of Leroy, will
spend the winter in attendance at the
high school and, be under the chap chap-eronage
eronage chap-eronage of Mrs. Roberts. The dorm dormitory
itory dormitory is beautifully situated in a big
oak grove' with spacious grounds and
the building which is large and com commodious
modious commodious in every respect, is in readi readiness
ness readiness for a busy season:
Mrs. Vernie Roberts, who has for
several seasons conducted a study
class for Ocala school pupils desiring
special help, will tender her summer
class, which closed this afternoon for
the Dresent season, a pretty little
party at 7:30. o'clock at her home in
the third ward. She will be assisted
by Misses Maude Mcintosh, Marie
Burnett and her" daughter, Miss Cevie
Roberts. Miss Cevie Roberts will
Tender- a musical Drocrram. Miss
Louise Roberts will give a reading to
musical accompaniment and Miss
Dixionia Roberts, who is a' clever lit little
tle little actress, will render a character
sketch in costume. This little affair
will include only the near neighbors
of the hostess. Ice cream and cake
will be served at the conclusion of
the evening's pleasures. Mrs. Roberts
is meeting with much success-and en encouragement
couragement encouragement in her efforts to main maintain
tain maintain these afternoon study classes
and we are pleased to note that they
will be resumed on the 27th for the
Mr. and Mrs. Mansfield of St. Pe
tersburg will arrive in our city about
October 1st to make their home. Mr.
Mansfield is a postoffice inspector and
,his charming wife will be quite an
acquisition to our social life this win
ter. They will make their home for
the present with Mrs. B. T. Perdue
on Fort King avenue.
Mr. iand Mrs. H. C Groves have
purchased a building lot on Long Isl Island,
and, Island, 35 minutes by auto from Broad Broadway.
way. Broadway. They expect to build at once,
and will have their home completed
by early spring. Mrs. Groves will
spend this winter at home, arriving
about the first of January, which
news will be of pleasant interest to
her many friends.
- Mrs. Edward Holder is enjoying a
delightful stay in Cincinnati. She
writes of the pleasant autumn days
and the beautiful informal enter entertainments
tainments entertainments of the season and long au automobile
tomobile automobile trips as the guest of friends
Mrs. Holder will leave in a few days
fox French Xick Springs, where she
will spend the balance of her outing.
m o (c is m e m g'
1-1 ii ma i i n i Iliin
'T E A P O.T'' .:
THAT'S MM mmiNESS, WMMJME
F y ou will visit our store and look over our stock carefully, you will find that we have goivien
together as complete a line of groceries as you will find in Florida. You will also find th"di--.'.-e
are looking out for the wants of everybody. Our canned goods department consists of Stand Standard
ard Standard Pack, Extra Standard and the Highest Grade Packed nzm l R'bval' -iScarlel i'.'EiariiL "VTg lihxrri
no snoddy goods in our store, lor as the old saylrig 'gbs'-'Th'ey' are "cheap athalf the "price." ;
uver tins nt ui -lz uriL MttRjtt?s good only on
In pound prints. The price is low,
and won't' be this way again soon.
It went up in price this week, but
we are giving you the benefit of
our buy. We offer this but-
' ter at per pound.
Big CASH Bargains
GREEN COFFEE, a good one, costs
where, on these days, lb,
you 20c per pound any- O
FLAVO ROASTED COFFEE Get
some of this while it lasts. It
can't stay here long at 1
this price, per pound . XC
SOME AETTEGILJES WE (CAElES."
.lhe ast given below is picked at random from our stock.. Come to our store and see what Ire have to offer
SARDINES a la ROYANS, SARDINES a la VATEL, DEVILED SARDINES, FRENCH SARDINES. NOR-.
SMOKED SARDINES, PATE de FOIE GRAS, ANTIPASTO, RUSSIAN CAVIAR, ANCHOIES, FIN FIN-NAN
NAN FIN-NAN IIADDIE, SMOKED HALIBUT. , f T
CHEDDAR CHEESE, CnESIRE CHEESE, STILTON CHEESE, GORGONZOLA CHEESE, BRIE CHEESE,
VEZET DUTCH CHEESE, KRAUTERKASE, PHILADELPHIA CREAM CHEESE, PARMESAN CHEESE,
N. Y. STATE FULL CREAM CHEESE, GRATED PARMESAN CHEESE, CROSSE & BLACK WELL'S
MARJAROM and PARSLEY, HARVEY'S SAUCE, HORTONS H. P. SAUCE, BRAND'S A-l SAUCE, CROS CROSSE
SE CROSSE & BLACK WELL'S IMPERIAL RELISH. -1 . ,v
PERLZWIEBELN, MAJOR GREY'S CHUTNEY, BENGAL CLUB CHUTNEY. POTTED YARMOUTH
BLOATERS, ANCHOVY PASTE, CURRIE POWDER, CAPERS, FRENCH MARRONS. MINT SAUCE, LIQUID
RENNET, JUNKET TABLETS, BUNT CHERRIES, CRYSTALLIZED CHERRIES. CRYSTALLIZED GIN
GER, LIME JUICE. LEMON JUICE PINEAPPLE JUICE. FRUIT SYRUPS, MELBA SAUCE. VERON VERON-EQUE
EQUE VERON-EQUE SUGAR WAFER STICKS, NABISCO SUGAR WAFERS, FESTINO SUGAR ALMONDS, RICE WA WAFERS,
FERS, WAFERS, TAN SAN SUGAR WAFERS, AN OLA SUGAR WAFERS, FAMOUS GINGER WAFERS and hundred
of other things TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
. 1 1 r i r' 1
11 rf Mi -nn
Fine Hams, smoked jrt r;;ht.
Every one GUARANTEED sweet
. and tender or your fljU,
money back, ner rxnirA -I w
K. W 'WW M-
V m-m '
Give Us Your
4 V. wik
irnTTQlff lflTiTP IK TPlTlill?! We now have on hand the nicest lor of pota-
'toes we've had this season, they will be higher, pk.
i. anil a 11 iJHifli iitiiB jo
MJkM.n.m vvnaa WiVILT
Miss Rena Smith, after a pleasant
" summer vacation at Memphis, Tenn.,
is now in Orangeburg, S. C, filling a
position with a large millinery firm in
that city. On her way to Orange Orangeburg
burg Orangeburg she stopped a couple of weeks
to visit friends in Atlanta. Miss
APUD Per 4n)U
To the BIG STORE take a dime,
And try a "STONE'S CAKE" so fine
"GOLDEN SUNBEAM," "SILVER
Can't be beat at any price.
Beats those mother use to make,
Costs less than the ones you bake.
at jn j
Wfiw 11 Nicely cut
iPIfffTTTF'C" Fine for Boil
ing, per lb.
No. 2 Tins, on
One Dozen No. 2 tins on
these days for
No. 3 tins on
One Dozen No. 3 tins on 2 1 i
these days for vily
25c value GOLDEN SPIKE YELLOW
CALIFORNIA PEACIirX V.i yi
try a tin last "week? If you did
yoa will want xrart," "li ycu izi-t&
buy you will ciisa a treat,
per tin ............... Vj' w
No. 2 tins VAN CA1IPS UZl) 'IID-
- NEY CHAINS, cn these day c M
at per tin 2J C
No. 3 tin HUNT' IZdAZlD TlH
PEACHES, ca these days -f f
at, per tin..., IUC
No. 3 tins VAN CAMP'S EIG IIO.'N
INY, on these days at rr
per tin J W
No. 3 tins VAN CA:P3 SAUITT SAUITT-KRAUT,
KRAUT, SAUITT-KRAUT, on these days at
per tin i. -.w
10c bottles wnrrc foaii nousi
HOLD AMilONIA, at per r
bottle, only.- ....... -. . J C
25c bottles WHITE FOAM HOUSE HOUSEHOLD
HOLD HOUSEHOLD AMMONIA at p-r rjO.
bottle, only ZiiC
3 Fire cent cab?s IIAM:.IE LAUI.'-
DRY SOAP on the above
dates for only............ illC
1 Dozen Lc cakes IIAlfilEn LAUII LAUII-'
' LAUII-' DRY SOAP, cn the jabeve r r
dates, for only
Chase & Sanborn's High Grade
"TEA and COFFEE
Oo Ko Teapot Grocery
The Famous E0Y1I
OCA LA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 17, 1915.
I OCALA OCCURENCES I
C 1 1 r -T lfAnJotr
In a lively game at Hunter Park
yesterday, the home team bested
Belleview 3 to 1. Belleview has an
excellent team. It is to be hoped it
will be here often next season.
Messrs. V. I. Hancock and Robert
Blake autoed to Dunnellon yesterday.
Among the delighted visitors this
summer at Idlewild, the Lake Weir
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mclver,
were Mr. and Mrs. M. A. Rice of
Judge J.-R. Willis of Bronson said
he heard that Williston was going to
make a protest against the election.
Don't see why another election will
cause it to be beaten worse.
A card from Miss Ellie B. Tydings
at Matanzas, Cuba, announces her
safe arrival in that city. She has ac accepted
cepted accepted a position as teacher in the
Methodist college located in that city.
Frank Bogie, who has been at the
hospital for some weeks, was taken
home yesterday, and will soon be out
Charlie Fox has arranged one of
Gerig's show windows with a most
tempting" array of. soap. A look at it
would incline even -a tramp to take a
Several people say most alluring
sights are to be seen at Salt Springs.
The Seaboard Air Line has been
making a record for its passenger
schedules during the past, two months.
The Florida division between Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville and ; Tampa made 100 per
cent, while the entire system averag averaged
ed averaged 94 per cent.
" Mr. Harry L. tsorland, one of the
large orange growers of the Citra
section, and vice president of the
Florida Citrus Exchange, was among
the prominent visitors in Ocala yes
Mr. Percy L. Billingsley came up
from Orlando Thursday, to attend to
business and see his Ocala friends.
He says he will surely be in Ocala
during fair week. He returned to Or
The many friends of Mr. Malcolm
-Williams'- will regret to learn of his
sudden illness last night at his home
on Fort King avenue.'
Mr. LaGrange Sistrunk is sitting up
today for the first time since his op operation
eration operation at the hospital several weeks
ago. His many friends hope to see
him out again, in a few days.
Mr. L. N. Green has purchased the
Reo touring car, formerly owned by
Mr. Chambliss, and with his interest
ing family are sharing their pleas pleasure
ure pleasure with their friends.
Host Eminent Medical
A New Remedy for Kidney, Bladd
Dr. Eberle and Dr. Braithwaite as
well as Dr. Simon1 all distinguished
authors agree that whatever may be
l?rynf l-i n .iwivts calif Am "frtTlo iw
uic uiscasc, vuc ui nic kiuuui xaiia ui
furnishing us with a- clue to the prln prln--
- prln-- circles nnnn whirh it is to he treated.
and accurate knowledge concerning
: the nature of disease can thus be ob ob-,
, ob-, tained. If backache, scalding urine or
frequent urination bother or distress
. you, or if uric acid in the blood has
caused rheumatism, gout or sciatica
or you suspect kidney or bladder
trouble just write Dr. Pierce at the
fcJUXjAlClJl AllOtAtUt, UUUaiUf XV
send a sample of urine and describe
'symptoms. You will receive free
- medical advice after Dr. Pierce's
' chemist has examined the urine this
will be. carefully done without charge,
VJHERE SHALL I
THE STATE UNIVERSITY
Highest standards, ranking with the
largest1 and best. Universities of the
North and East.
S87 students last session. Total en enrollment
rollment enrollment 639, including- summer school.
Tuition, free, excepting 520- per se semester
mester semester for law.
For further information address.
A. A. MUUPHHEE. President.
Many Kinds of
One Sure Mode of Treatment
Authorities Say Don't
It Through the Blood.
TThether ycrar trouble Is Sciatica,
Lumbago or the dreaded Articular
Rheumatism, the answer is the same.
You must treat it through the blood.
That is the only way to rid the sys system
tem system of uric acid, purify the blood and
revitalize the nerves. If the blood is
freed from impurities, Rheuxiatism
must go. This in short is the exact
knowledge gained by the research lab laboratories
oratories laboratories of the S. S. S. Co., in Atlan Atlanta.
ta. Atlanta. There tests have been made for
fifty, years. They know what Rheu Rheumatism
matism Rheumatism is. They know that S. S.
the remarkable blood tonic, which
Threatening with probably showers
tonight and Saturday.
The Temple tonight will give its
friends another episode of "The Dia-
, ,,,. umi. i
mond from the Sky," beside The
drama and Ham and Bud in a Kalem
Mr. Holmes Walters, who was op operated
erated operated on last evening at the hospi hospital,
tal, hospital, is doing as well as could be ex expected
pected expected under the circumstances. Mr.
Walters had a very aggravated case
of appendicitis. He has a host of
friends in Ocala who will wish him a
Mr. J. R. Martin left today for At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta to spend a few days with his
children. He will place his son, W.
M. Martin, who graduated last year
from the Georgia Military Academy,
in Georgia Tech, where he will take a
special course in electrical engineer engineering.'
ing.' engineering.' Miss Sarah Pearl Martin will re resume
sume resume her studies at Washington Sem Seminary.
inary. Seminary. The Star regrets to report the se
vere illness of Mrs. T. C. Clayton.
She was takenCto the hospital this
Mr. Claude Campbell, who is with a
surveying company near Lake Harris,
is engaged laying out a plat that will
be called 'Alula a bo he will be en
gaged for S3veral months at another
location that Is to be known as "liew "liew-ey."
ey." "liew-ey." With the progress of good
times and the coming of new citizens
Floridians may well expect any num number
ber number of new towns to spring up dur
ing the winter.
Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
8 2-tf Lattner's Flano Store.
Mr. Henry G. Dunn, one of Marion
county's prominent citizens of the
Citra section, is in the city today on
Judge J. R. Willis of Bronson, came
over this morning to get the official
count of the Bloxham vote of Tues
day's election in Marion county. He
returned home via Gainesville this
afternoon after receiving tne con congratulations
gratulations congratulations of a number of Ocalans
on the splendid victory he helped to
win against the slicing up program of
Miss Annie Needham is the guest
of her sister, Mrs. Milton C. Jones at
her home at Daytona Beach for sev
eral weeks.- ;
Sweet pea and nasturtium seed
just in. Bitting & Co., 410 NJ. Mag
nolia street. 17-6t
SEE THE FARM on fih Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Authorites Endorse It.
er and All Uric
and you will be under no obligation.
Dr. Fierce during many years of ex
perimentauon nas discovered a new
remedy which is thirty-seven times
more powerful than lithia in remov removing
ing removing uric acid from the system. If you
are suffering from backache or the
pains of rheumatism, go to your best
druggist and ask for a 50 cent box
of "An-uric" put up by Doctor Pierce.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription for
weak women and Dr. Pierce's GoldeC
Medical Discovery for the blood have
been favorably known for the past
forty years and more. They are
standard remedies today as well as
Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for the
liver and bowels. You can have a
sample of any one of these remedies
in tablet form by writing Doctor
Pierce. Adv. 2
GO TO SCHOOL ?
FLORIDA STATE COLLEGES FOR
WOMEN, TALLAHASSEE, FLA.
Standard the same as those of ths
beat colleges and universities In ths
Modern buildings and equipment; si.
473 students regular term; 163 sum summer
mer summer term; total enrollment last ses session
sion session 636.
Tuition free In college &ni normal
For catalonge and Information writs,
EDWARD COXRADI, Preatdemt.
Use Liniments. Treat
You Can't Rub It Out!
they originated, will relieve you of
Kheumatism. Take 5. S. S. today.
The complete recovery of thousands
of sufferers by the use of S. S. S. is
positive proof that you can be re
lieved. 5. S. S. is a blood tonic
a purifier that restores the blood,
revitalizes it, cleanses It, makes it
purs as It vras Tbefors it became
poisoned with Impurities. S. S. S.
gives it strength to drive out thest
impurities the urio add and organio
poison and with It the Rheumatism.
Get S. S. S. at your druggist's. If
you need special advice, write to S, S.
S. Co., Atlanta, Ga.
BUILDING THE PACKING HOUSE
The big packing house for the
Ocala Citrus Growers Association is
well under way. The house i3 located
in the corner made by the crossing of
the S. A. L. and A. C. L. railways on
property owned by the Taylor broth brothers,
ers, brothers, and is being built by them for the
association. The building will be 80
by 120 feet, one-story high, with
walls 16 feet high at the eaves, giv giving
ing giving a great heighth in the center, as
oA fm tnn
Blues xiua i uui, mu vunugabcu k"
. ... to
vanized iron, and will cost abou
$7500. The packing plant and field
boxes will cost about $4500. The
building will be finished and the ma
chinery installed and ready for opera
tion by the 15th of November. This
plant will be one of the best and
most modern in the state.
INDUCEMENTS TO ENLIST
Wanted Five sturdy young men
17 to 21 years old, for permanent,
year-round job. To those who can
qualify and are accepted, we will fur furnish
nish furnish absolutely free sixty dollars
worth of clothing at wholesale price.
pay will be $17.60 for the first four
months, then raised to $10.90 per
month, with board and ben included.
Steady advancement is promised to
those who will apply themselves. Ap Apply
ply Apply at the Star office Monday morn morning
ing morning at 8 o'clock.
If the above ad were to appear in
the want column of the Weekly Star,
the following Monday morning would
see a steady stream of applicants
hitting the pike in all directions
bound for Ocala.- There would be a
mob around the Star building that
would block traffic on the railroad.
And yet Uncle Sam holds out the of offer
fer offer daily as outlined above as follows:
1. Young men without trades or
special training for an occupation that
may be followed in the navy, can only
enlist in the rating of apprentice at
$17.60 a month. The pay of all men
starts the day they are sworn in and
continues during the course of train
ing or instruction, for which no
charge of any kind is made. Appren
tices after spending about four
months at a training station, go
aboard cruising ships with an advance
in rating to $20.90 a month.
2. The navy requires so many
technically trained men that from
the men enlisting as apprentices, hun
dreds are" selected each year both for
instruction in the trade schools of the
navy, and to assist the mechanics
aboard ship, thereby learning trades.
All recruits are eligible for such se selection,
lection, selection, and qualified men aboard
ship may be promoted to fill vancan vancan-cies
cies vancan-cies in the artificer's branch at any
time. After entering the service, the
fact that a man is under the age of
21 will not militate against his pro promotion
motion promotion to any rating for which he is
3. Free outfit of clothing amount
ing to $60 is furnished every enlist
ed man of the navy on first enlist
Now the above explains briefly
what any young man between the
ages of 17 and 21 years can do to get
a good start in life and attain to
some position betwen the foot and
the top of the. ladder of achievement.
There should be five hundred such
boys in Marion county able to qualify
for the above job.
I know of a man who has retired
from the navy, who sends his aged
father and mother twenty dollars a
month out of the surplus of his life
pension, and this aged couple live
right here in Marion county, and
will tell you more about it later.
Belleview, Sept. 16. E. A. T.
COPIES OF THE STAR WANTED
This office will appreciate a few
copies of the Star of Wednesday, the
15th, as we have only one. our file
copy,-in the house. lhe fctar.
Automobile for exchange. for real
estate. Car is five-passenger Buick;
electric lighted, in good condition.
Address, Exchange, care Star. 13-12t
Mr. Koy Carn is wearing a very
badly cut finger, the result of too
close communion with the business
end of his mother's garden hoe
While in the act of sharpening the
tool his hand slipped and the finger
was almost severed. Several stitches
had to be taken.
A full line of loose leai ledgers
note Locks and memorandums al
ways on hand at Gerig's. tf
Have you tried those delicious Max
fxe cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Fresh shipment of Norris famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
uaraen ana nower seed or every
kind. Bitting & Co., 410 North Mag
nolia street. 17-t
A PINE WHOOPING
Mothers, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
is just the remedy for your children
cold ailments. The fact is that pine is
a quick enemy of cold conditions. Its
qualities loosen the mucous in the
throat, soothe the lungs and open up
the air passages. The combination of
honey, soothing and pleasant, with the
loosening pine quality makes this an
ideal cough remedy for children.
Each passing year brings for it, new
friends. A family of growing children
cannot afford to be without it. 25c
a bottle. No. 3.
ADVEJKT15E IN THE STAR
6 p. m.
RHEUMATISM AND ALLIED
PAINS THEY MUST GO I
The congestion of the blood in its
ow causes pain. Sloan s Lomment pen
etrates to tne congestion ana starts
the blood to ow freely. The body's
warmth is renewed; the pain is gone.
The "man or woman who has rheu
matism, neuralgia or other pain and
fails, to keen Sloan's Liniment in their
home is like a drowning man rexus-
lncr a rope. Why suffer, uet a bottle
of Sloan's. 25c and 50c $1 bottle
holds six times as much as 25 cent
size. No. 3.
A pnrt.v of voikjk men and women.
Uicmbor? of a sketching club, were mo
toring aluii a country road. Just
within tbe fence on the left grew in
uuuierable graceful stalks, each bear
ing globes of pale green that shaded
Into gray and purple.
"Uow encuantlngr exclaimed one
"Do tell us." said another young
woman, equally enthusiastic, to a
gardener standing near, what those
beau-oo-tlful things are."
"Them? Them's onions gone to
seed. "New York Times.
Rico In Coats Rica.
Bice is one of the most Important ar articles
ticles articles of food used In Costa Rica. It is
eaten at least twice a day by every In
habitant of tbe republic The per capi
ta consumption of rice in Costa Rica
is thus at least 100 pounds per year
and the total amount of rice consumed
over 30.000.000 pounds per yes r. Ex Exchange
"Chlggs Is always seeking new at
tachments for his motorcar.
Tic has one now that will hold him
"What kind Is ltr
"One furnished by the sheriff. Bir
Flight of s Raindrop.
The Telocity with which a raindrop
falls depends on Its size and the height
from which It started, but ordinarily
It trarels a rate somewhere between
three yards and six yards a second.
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
leased. Dizziness, spots before the
eyes, blackness and a miserable reel
ing generally are indications that you
need Dr. King's New Life Pills. Take
a dose tonight and you will exper-
lence a grateiui reuex ny morning.
25 cents. Wo. 3.
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
In Oon05s Pind
mother revolves la
her mind all we tin
derstand by destiny.
And ft Is of the utmost
Importance that her
physical comfort be
oar first thought. There
Is a most splendid rem remedy
edy remedy for this purpose,
known as "Mother"!
Friend." It Is applied
orer the muscles of the
stomach, gently rubbed
In, and at once penetrates to reUere ail
strain on Dares, cords, ligaments and all
parts involved. It makes the muscles so
pliant that they expand naturally. And at
the same time they ar Invigorated by the
absence of harassing pains so apt to distress
the mind. Whatever vriU add to the comfort
of the expectant mother Is a great and help helpful
ful helpful influence since a calm .and peaceful period
most Lave a wonderfully beneficial Impress
upon the coming child. Get a bottle of
"Mother's Friend"' of any druggist and you
will realize why so many women declare It
to be the most helpful remedy they know of.
Write today to Bradfield Begulator Co, 411
Lamar Bldjc Atlanta. Ga-. for a splendid
book of great Interest and value to every ex
of 122 J AX BISCUITS k
rckr. List mm wrappers. At
Mad In Florida. Urn
eisd car. Cuarntd f
Jmn Crsx Wks., Ja. FU
rh. S I
Compulsory abstinence would have
seemed a complete Inversion of the
natural order to some of our ancestors.
They believed in compulsory drinking,
and in some old county mansions may
still be seen. I believe, a ring; let into
the wall of the dining hall for the pun punishment
ishment punishment of the man who would not or
could not drink his allotted share of
The culprit's arm was fixed in the
ring, and he was given choice of drink drinking
ing drinking In the ordinary way or having the
liquor he refused poured down his
sleeve; hence the medieval jest. Leav-
tug's sleeving." London Standard.
Of sanctuaries for the eighteenth cen
tury debtor the value of the theater
must not be overlooked. As long as
the actor was in the bounds of the
playhouse he' was safe. There was
John Palmer, for instance, who lived
in his dressing room at Drury Lane
for months. But engagements, even at
Drury Lane, come' to an end. and at
length Palmer was required at the nay nay-market.
market. nay-market. The journey was a dangerous
one. Necessity, however, alwsys fos
ters invention. They packed him in a
cabinet, put the cabinet in a cart and
called him -scenery.'
Wasn't ths Uniform.
A sailor under the Influence of liquor
went to the main entrance of a New
York theater recently and presented a
ticket. The manager refused to admit
him. telling him that his money would
be refunded at the box office.
-Don't you res pec yr country' uni
form?" asked the1 bibulous one.
"Sure, retorted the manager. "Take
it off and 111 put it In a stage box.
-Do yen believe that there is really
something which can in variably tell
when a man Is lying?
-I know It."
"Ah. perhaps you have seen one of
"Seen one? I married one." Hous
Dying Without WilL
In the event of one's dying Intestate
the heirs come in for their share of the
estate as established by the laws of
the particular state in which the prop
erty Is found. In the event of no will
and no heirs the property goes to the
state. New York American.
Tims to Quit.
Chief Why did Burgsleer reform?
Thief The last ssfe be drilled and
blew open only contained a picture post
card of the state prison, Judge.
He that would eat the kernel must
crack the nut Persian. Proverb.
NOT EQUAL TO CHAMBER LADTS
"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 is.
Toe Long to Be Entirely Valid.
Oliver Knox read some published
letters In a breach-of-promlse suit, and
laughed.- "This Idiot wrote to the
girl that he would love her always,
he commented. -Now I contend that
'always' Is the lonrest word In the
dictionary, and no wise man ever uses
It -No," retorted his discerning irlfe.
ahd no wise woman would believe
him If ld
WANTED. LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE A good work horse;
gentle; will work anywhere; weight
about 1100 pounds. Will sell for $80
if sold at once. Call phone 10. 15-6t
WANTED To board and room reas
onably teacher or student. Private
family. Apply to Mrs. M. E. Elliott,
across from new high school, 804 S.
Alvarez street.- 9-16-t
FOR RENT House corner Herbert
and South Third streets. Screened
and modern conveniences. Apply
813 Fort King avenue. 9-15-?
LOST A pair of eyeglasses In case.
Return to Colonial hotel and receive
WANTED Good piece of real estate
for used, five-passenger automobile;
electric lights, five.new tires; car in
splendid shape. Address, Auto, care
Star office. 13-Ct
WANTED To buy a six or seven
room house; must be convenient to
the business center, and terms would
have to be easy. Address, House,
care Star. 9-13-t
WANTED Any one desiring board
in private family; house well venti
lated 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
keeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
FOR SALE Two-story house on
Fort King avenue. One of the very
best locations in Ocala. Terms to
suit. Address P. O. Box 273, Ocala,
FOR SALE A double oven gas
range in first class condition, chtp
for cash. Address Bargain, care the
URNISHED RESIDENCE FOR
RENT An eight-room residence, er-
ery modern convenience ana iuiiy
furnished in every particular. Pleas-
FARMERS PLEASE HCTE
False reports have been circulated as to the
price we are paying for corn. See that you get
correct quotations. The only price that we have
named up to now is 57 cents per bushel of 70
pounds, F. O. B. Ocala, wellmatured'corn, on the
cob, shucked. Our price is based on the corn mar market,
ket, market, and is, of course, subject to change -without
notice. Give us your name and address, and we
will keep you posted. WE PAY CASH.
Louis R. Ciiazal & Sons -Co. :
ATTRACTIVE SHOWING 1
ALL NOVEL AND
f September 23, 24,
i Hay craft Millinery Company I
i lie ; t)MmeFciai
CclPITAL STOCK 050,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
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.
302 W. BROADWAY
BARGAINS FOR TOMORROW
SUGAR, 16 pounds for 51.0
SUPREME CREAMERY BUTTER, lb
PICNIC HAMS, per lb.;
SMOKED BACON, psr lb... ..
LIBBY'S TRIPE, large cans,..
LIBBY'S LUNCH TONGUE, ....
SLICED BACON, Beachnut Grant!, 30;
EAGLE BRAND MILK. .. 10c
n n fj n n r
ant surroundings and close to public
square. WouM not rent for less than
six months. Apply at Star Sice tt
FOR SALE New $50 RANGE for
only $28-50; fine, large, heavy cast
iron, with largo brass hot water tank
Jand large over. New never used. Bis
12 pound bags 4-5.0
24 pound bags9O0
s i zz v
ni i r.
. 1 ill 0
bargain. Can be seen at reirience
E. C. Smith, 403 Dauhertj s tr.
(Anthony road). fri-sat-tf
WANTED Several yz::
prentices to learn tl. ;
trade. Apply in ; r -i 4
Iron Works, 0-, I
l till L