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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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VOL. 21. OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 20, 1915 NO. 223
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE T
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Its Only Hope
LOHG-EXl ENDED GERMAN LINE
London, Sept. 20. The Russian
army menaced by the German en encircling
circling encircling movement since Vilna fell is
estimated at 250,000 to 500,000 men.
Conditions are similar to those when
Warsaw fell, and may precipitate one
of the greatest battles on the eastern
front.
The British press accepts the Ger German
man German claim that Vilna has fallen, al although
though although Petrograd hasn't officially
confirmed it. Great concern is ex expressed
pressed expressed for the retiring army.
As far as can be judged, Field Mar Marshal
shal Marshal von Hindenberg's forces have
thrown a loop around the Russians
over a front of two hundred miles.
They are not only in the Russian
rear, but seriously menace the
single lailway line and few available
wagon roads stretching southward.
Few prisoners were left behind.
Apparently the only way the. Rus Russians
sians Russians can ameliorate the seemingly
bad situation is by a counter blow. It
is pointed out that the German cav cavalry
alry cavalry has penetrated the hostile coun country
try country so far as to create a salient open
to sudden attack if the Russians are
able to command reinforcements at
the proper time and place. It is not
believed, however, they are in posi position
tion position to deliver such a blow effectively.
There is much speculation as to
whether Ilindenberg will try to close
the loop, thus capturing the Rus Russian
sian Russian army with it, or press eastward
toward. .-.Minsk and west through
Slonim,-and again try for the decisive
victory. : Similar tactics failed at
Warsaw. The Russians are employ employing
ing employing their familiar rearguard tactics.
Next to Warsaw Vilna is the most
important town in Western Russia. It
is a railway junction of great mili military
tary military importance. From Vilna, Na
poleon fled in disguise in 1812, dur
ing his retreat from Moscow.
MAXWELL WINS ANOTHER RACE
While the stock cars are not built
for racing but for general utility
cars, yet there is no discount on the
stock cars, either the 1915 or the new
1916 models as speedsters, and any
one of these cars, where the roads
will permit, will make its 60 miles an
hour, and the strength of the car and
the power and reliability of the motor
under high pressure, are ample to
withstand the test.
At Sweetwater, Texas, a few days
since, the Maxwell Twenty-five won
an endurance race held under the aus
pices of the American Automobile
Association. The average speed was
forty miles per hour over country
roads. Seven cars entered the race.
SEABOARD SCHEDULE
South Bound
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. Oc&la 1:17
p. m.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
8 p. m.
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson
ville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
North Bound
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 z. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.

DIE

is In a Fierce
Counter Attack
OFFERS A FINE OPEHIIIG
NAPOLEON OR LEE
(Associated Press)
LTS OF THE
AIR RAID
SCORES OF NON-COMBATANTS
KILLED BY THE GERMAN
ZEPPELINS
Associated Freas)
New York, Sept. 20. A number of
persons who saw first the Zeppelin
raid in the heart of London Sept. 9th,
were on the Orduna arriving today.
There was said to have been three
Zeppelins, tho some saw only one.
They circled the hotel and theater
district, dropping incendiary and ex
plosive bombs. An entire block of
warehouses was burned and a six six-story
story six-story tenement wrecked. Dozens of
men, women and children were killed.
Several bombs fell near three hos hospitals,
pitals, hospitals, shattering all the windows.
STROKE AT SERBIA
BERLIN CLAIMS THE MOUN
TAINEERS WERE DRIVEN
BACK
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Sept. 20 The war office an
nounces an attack by the Germans
on the Serbian forces. The Serbians
were driven back. German forces are
pursuing the Russian army attempt
ing to escape the enveloping move
ment in the Vilna region. The Rus
sians are offering little resistance.
GOLD RESERVE
BECOMING GREATER
Was Increased by Twelve Million Dol
lars Last Week
(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 19. Gold coin
and certificates in the vaults of the
federal reserve banks has increased
more than twelve million dollars in
the last week, according to a state statement
ment statement issued by the federal reserve
board.
ALLIES INQUIRE
Of Bulgaria on Which Side of the
Fence She Is
(Associated Press)
Paris, Sept. 19. The Entente Al Allies
lies Allies have presented a joint note to
Bulgaria, asking in effect that it de declare
clare declare itself as between them and the
central powers. The note, however,
is not in the nature of an ultimatum.
DR. ZOLL'S IMPROVEMENTS
Dr. F. C. Zoll came to this city yes yesterday
terday yesterday from his place at Fairfield, in
Marion county, to meet the madam
and two children. Mrs. Zoll and the
children arrived at noon and were
met at the depot by the doctor. Later
in the day they left over the T. & J.
for their country home at Fairfield.
It will be recalled that Dr. Zoll came
to Gainesville some weeks ago look look-ink
ink look-ink for a place to start a hog farm,
and after looking around for some
time located at the place mentioned.
He has had the buildings overhauled,
his residence almost built anew and
refurnished, and only got it ready
for the coming of the folks a short
time since. Gainesville Sun.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf.

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and Successful
FOR A COUP BY A RUSSIAN
CORRESPONDENT SAYS DUMBA
TRIED TO USE HIM AS
A CATSPAW
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 20. James F. J.
Archibald, the American correspon correspondent,
dent, correspondent, intercepted by British authori authorities
ties authorities while carrying a message for the
Austro-Hungarian ambassador, Dr.
Constantine Dumba to Vienna, arriv arrived
ed arrived here on the liner Rotterdam this
morning. Secret service men boarded
the vessel and questioned him. Archi Archibald
bald Archibald told the newspaper men he
knew nothing of the situation here.
If prosecution was contemplated its
"perfectly unjust" said the corres correspondent.
pondent. correspondent. He took the letter from
Dumba without any knowledge of its
contents. He is going to Washington
soon.
UNVEILING OF MONUMENT
TO SOVEREIGN JUHAN
Fort King Camp No. 14, Woodmen
of the World, yesterday afternoon
unveiled the monument recently
erected to the memory of Sovereign
John Juhan, who died at Crystal
River in June.
The camp met in the forest at 2:30
and at 3 o'clock marched to Green Greenwood
wood Greenwood cemetery in a body, with Sov Sovereign
ereign Sovereign W. L. Colbert as master of
ceremonies.
At the grave the beautiful ritual ritualistic
istic ritualistic ceremonies of the order were
read by the officers of the camp,
Consul Commander J. W. Lamar, Ad Adviser
viser Adviser Lieutenant Harry O. Cole, Clerk
C. K. Sage, and Acting Banker F. L.
Booher.
Several members of the Crystal
River camp were present to take part
in the ceremonies, Sovereign Juhan
having lived in that city several
years prior to hi? death.
IODIDE OF NITROGEN.
An Explosive So Deadly That to Make
It Is Suicide.
Explosives are solids which under
certain conditions suddenly change
into heated gas occupying many times
the original space of the solids.
Ordinary gunpowder when fired turns
into gas, of which the volume is 4,000
times as great as that of the powder.
No wonder the bullet in front of it
leaves the muzzle of the rifle in a
hurry.
Today there are scores, even hun hundreds,
dreds, hundreds, of different sorts of explosives
known to science. Some, such as lyd lyddite,
dite, lyddite, require a very considerable shock
to explode them. Others, such as ni nitroglycerin,
troglycerin, nitroglycerin, are fearfully dangerous to
handle, for a few extra degrees of
warmth or a very slight Jar is suffi sufficient
cient sufficient to turn them Instantly into gas.
Of the latter type there is nothing
quite so unstable as iodide of nitrogen.
It has to be made in alcohoL When
allowed to dry it appears as a brown
powder, and so unstable is this lew lewder
der lewder that a touch with a feather will
set it off. The experiment has been
tried of leaving a few grains upon a
table mixed with a few grains of
sugar. The first bluebottle that flew
on the table and began to crawl among
the grains caused an explosion.
The mere jarring of the air by a loud
shout or a heavy footstep is sufficient
to detonate iodide of nitrogen, and it
need hardly be added that no one in
his senses would attempt to make
this terrible stuff. To do so in any
quantity would be equivalent to com com-mlttlnsr
mlttlnsr com-mlttlnsr tmicide. Pearson's Weekly.
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS
If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-upholstered, re-polished
or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala,
Fla. 9-2-lm

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PASSENGERS

(Associated Press)

Halifax, Sept. 20. The marine de de-lartment
lartment de-lartment officials await further word
cf the Greek steamer Athinai, burn burned
ed burned and abandoned in mid-ocean last
night. The Athinai sailed from New
York for Piraeus last Thursday with
few passengers but a large merchan merchandise
dise merchandise cargo. The news of the aban abandonment
donment abandonment was wirelessed last night by
Captain McLean of the Anchor line
freighter, Tuscania. Nothing re regarding
garding regarding the fate of the passengers
and crew had been received. Officials
are hopeful that they were trans transferred
ferred transferred safely to the Tuscania. The
Tuscania is bound from New York
for Glasgow. It is tho'Jichz it is pos possible
sible possible though she will !rin tl:e ship ship-wr
wr ship-wr ; Vh! passengers he?.
LOST ONLY ONxS LIFE
Lattr One life was lost when the
A'.hirai burned, according to a mes mes-sa
sa mes-sa to the marine deputment. The
Tuscania saved 408 passengers and
ciew, the steamer Rojmaniit.i Princt
sitv-one.
AN OPPORTUNITY FOR
MR. R. L. ANDERSON
First-Class Chance for Him to Obtain
a Permanent Niche- in Ocala's
Temple of Fame
Ocala, Fla., Sept. 20th, 1915.
Editor Star: If the people of Ocala
insist on a new location for combined
electric light and water plant, they
should accept Mr. R. L. Anderson's
very liberal offer, providing there are
no restrictions to further use the
property for municipal purposes.
This location can be reached by three
railroads, and is not too far out and in
a most favorable section.
Now if Mr. Anderson will induce
his clients to withdraw their suit
pending before the supreme court
against the city, we will forget the
past. Then it will be harmony and
we can work together for the good of
Ocala, and Mr. Anderson will have
the people's everlasting gratitude.
J. M. Meffert.
WATERING THE LAWN.
A Task That, as a General Rule, Is Not
Properly Performed.
There are probably more mistakes
made In connection with the watering
of the lawn than In any other phase of
Its management.
The practice of sprinkling, as It is al almost
most almost universally followed, is funda
mentally wrong not that the sprinkler
does not furnish enough water to the
grass during the season, but that it
does not furnish it in properly distrib distributed
uted distributed quantities.
Sprinkling for a short period may ap
pear to wet the sod thoroughly, but in
reality the water does not penetrate
much below the surface. This encour
ages the formation of surface roots
and makes the grass less resistant to
the severe conditions of weather and
usage.
Except in rare cases the lawn should
not be watered oftener than two or
three times a week. A thorough soak soaking
ing soaking is necessary and should be given in
the late afternoon or early morning.
The ordinary type of revolving spray
is quite satisfactory, but the amount of
water applied by it is usually much
less than appears.
The point to be borne in mind is that
the ground should be thoroughly satu saturated
rated saturated at each application to at least
three Inches in depth. Kansas City
Journal.
British Julius Caesars.
Julius Cap-sar, who on one of the
closing days of August la K B. C
landed ou the Kentish coast, has had
many British namesakes, iucludiug a
great cricketer, but the best known is
Julius Caesar, master of the roll un
der James I., about whom Ird Clar Clarendon
endon Clarendon in the first volume of bis his history
tory history tells the amusing story, "Remem "Remember
ber "Remember Caesar.' The unpopular Earl of
Portland sat up all night in a barri barricaded
caded barricaded house with bis friends and re retainers
tainers retainers armed to the teeth because
he found in his pocket a slip of paper
bidding him Remember Caesar,
which really had reference not to the
assassination of the Roman statesman,
but to some preferment promised to a
son of Sir Julius Caesar. The tomb
of Sir Julius Caesar, with a quaint
epitaph In legal phraseology. Is among
the many curious monuments of St
Helen's. Blshopsgate. London Mali
For plumbing ana electrical work
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MEIIDENHALL TRIAL
JUDGE REAVES TURNS DOWN
EXCUSE OF THE DEFEN DEFENDANTS
DANTS DEFENDANTS ATTORNEYS
(Associated
)
Clearwater, Fla., Sept. 20. Circuit
Judge Reaves decided this morning
that J. J. Mendenhall must go to
trial Thursday for the murder of
Mrs. Bessie Eliot and her daughter
Susie. He decided against Menden
hall, whose attorneys attacked the
legality of the appointment of the
judge.
He Seems to Expect the United
States to Keep the Cables
Open for Him t
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 19. Dr. Con
stantine T. Dumba, Austrian ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to the United States, whose re
call has been asked because of his
proposal to instigate strikes in Am American
erican American munitions plants, defends his
action in a long letter sent to Sec
retary Lansing and made public by
the ambassador here last night.
The ambassador protests that re request
quest request for his recall is unjust and
complains of the restriction placed on
him with Vienna by Washington. He
complained that the allied embassa embassadors
dors embassadors in this country enjoy uncensored
use of the cables, a privilege denied
him.
Ambassador Dumba says that the
statement by Secretary Lansing that
he conspired to bring about strikes in
American munition works is erron erroneous
eous erroneous and declares that he has com communicated
municated communicated with his government ask asking
ing asking for a leave of absence that he
may explain his position.
BATTLE SCARRED JUNE.
Cummer e First Month Notable For
Many Historio Conflicts.
The battle of Bunker Hill was fought
on June 17, 1775, one of many memor memorable
able memorable battles fought In the month of
June.
Waterloo, the declaration of war be between
tween between Great Britain and the United
States in 1812, the Shannon-Chesapeake
fight in that war, the battle of
Naseby, the storming of the Mamelon
redoubts by the French In the Crimean
struggle, Marengo. Friedland, Raab,
Kolin. riassey, the battle of Mon Monmouth
mouth Monmouth and the fight at Fort Moultrie
all were In June.
Many of the most famous struggles
of the war between the states took
place in June. The Kearsarge sank
the Alabama on June 19, 1S04; Mem Memphis
phis Memphis fell on June C 1802; the seven
days before Richmond began on June
26, 18C2; the battle of Cold Harbor
was fought from June 1 to 3, 1SG4;
Winchester was fought on June 13-15,
18C3; Lynchburg on June 17-18. 1864;
Mecbanicsville on June 20. 1SC2;
Gaines Mill on the following day. and
the siege of Petersburg lasted from
June 15 to 3a
The massacre of Custer find his men
by the Indians on the Little Big Horn,
the greatest disaster that has befallen
United States cavalry In decades, also
took place In June June 25. 1870, a
date that always will be kept as a day
of mourning by the Seventh cavalry.
New York Ilerald,
NEW COTTAGE ON EASY TERMS.
Do you want to buy a pretty little,
bran new cottage on easy terms? If
so, address 'Cottage care the Star
office. 9-19-6t
POTATOES
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-11-tf

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(Associated Press)

London, Sept. 20. A description of
the fighting in the Anzac region, on
the Gallipoli peninsula, the last week
in August, and the result achieved, is
given by Reuters Dardanelles cor correspondent.
respondent. correspondent. The capture of Hill No. 60 was im
portant, as it is the last crest of the
last ridge separating the Anzac zone
from the plains to the north and thus
constitutes a point of union between
the British forces in the Anzac posi
tion and the line across the Suvla
plains.
The Turks, when thrown out of
their trenches, would fight their way
back again. When the trenches final
ly were captured they were filled with
Turkish dead. It took three days to
oust the Turks, and the ground
around, he says, still is thickly strewn
with their bodies and those of the
British.
TEUTONS INTEND TO SUCCOR
THE TURKS
Rome, Sept. 20. Active operations
are likely to be under way soon alonrr
the frontiers of the Balkan states
the Tribuna declares it learns from
competent sources. It says that an
Austro-German movement has been
planned for the last of October, the
plan involving diversion of 600,000
men from the Russian campaign to
the Balkans, with the simultaneous
securing of Bulgaria's adherence to
the move to open a route from Buda
pest to Constantinople.
A BIG PARTY COMING SOUTH
Dr. J. E. Klock and family, Mr.
Walter Lee and family and other
friends and relatives to the number of
fifteen people will arrive at Eastlake
in about ten days, to spend the winter
there on the valuable properties of
Messrs. Klock & Lee. The party has
been in the White Mountains of New
Hampshire since early summer and
will come via New York City and the
Clyde Line.
Watching Royalty Eat.
The Saxon court appears to have
been the last to preserve the custom
of dining In public. Initiated at Ver
sailles under the ancient regime. Lady
Clarendon notes In her journal on Oct.
1. 1844. when she and her husband
were traveling through Germany: We
were invited to dine with the king and
queen of Saxony at their villa, near
Dresden. The dinner was handsome).
and what I liked best was to observe
that the galleries commanding a view
of the table had people quite of a com common
mon common order in them. I was told that
any one who chose was freely admit
ted." London Express.
. On Being Up Betimes.
A maiden lady said to her little
nephew, "Now, Johnny, you go to bed
early and always do so and you'll be
rosy cheeked and handsome when yon
grow up.
Johnny thought over this a few min
utes, and then he observed. "Well.
aunty, you must have aat op a good
deal when you were young. JLtlanta
Journal.
Hopeful.
Young Wife John, do you thtnTr our
baby win ever be president? Young
Husband Doubtful, my dear! If this
invention of mine for freezing the
ocean so that submarines can't come
to the top Is a success hell be too rich
for the Job! New York Globe.
Sounded That Way.
Patience I like to see a man act
and not talk.
Patrice Oh, you mean to say you
like the pantomime actors best- Yon-
kers Statesman.
We acquire tbe rlrtuea by doing the
acts. We become builders by bnfldlng.
and so by doing right acts we become
righteous. Arista tie.
Take Note of the 8mall Thine.
Practice yourself, for heaven's sake.
In little things and then proceed to
rreater. Eplctetas.

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CONSEQUENTLY THEY HAD TO
GIVE TORREON UP TO
CARRANZA
(Asaodaxed Press)
El Paso, Sept. 20 The occupation
cf Torreon by Carranxa force 3 is un under
der under way, according: to unof-rial re reports.
ports. reports. Villa retired yesterday. It is
said, owing to a lack of provisions.
PALACE FOR THE
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Horrors of War Do Not Prevent
Prussia'a Heir from Bailiing a
v Fine Hone
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Sept. 20. The splendid
country residence for the crown
prince on the Jungfernses, a bread
arm of the Havel at Potsdam, has
not been completed in the rocsa and
will be ready for occupancy next
spring. The erection of the place
was rendered necessary, it is explain
ed, by reason of the increase in the
prince's family. The emperor "sup
plied the money for buildinj It, asd
it will remain the property cf ths
crown, to become the residence cf
future crown princes.
The palace is really a group cf
buildings centering upon not less
than five courts and covering about
12,000 square yards. There are
apartments for the crown prince him
self, then for the crown princess and
children; others for the oScials cf
his court, and still others for the
servants.
A. C L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at tie
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 p. m.
No. 33, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 p. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 161, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday.
.Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. ni
ls o. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunsy (Sunsy-jim),
jim), (Sunsy-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesvilla end
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. ex.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:C5
a. m.
No. 49, Ocala to. Homosassa, 2:23
p. ra.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. ra.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala. Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. ra.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesbur,
9:05 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:40 p. m.
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Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance .50

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Foreign)

One year, in advance $8.00

EDITORS AND PUBLISHERS
WILL BE ENTERTAINED

A

Great Occasion for the Art
servatire in Jacksonville
Next Month

Pre-

Kissimmee owns its electric light
plant; and the council of that town
has just cut the rate for current
down from 12 cent3 to 8.

The Mexicans on the border who
have been firing at will into Ameri American
can American territory for the last four years,
seem to regard the shooting back,
put into practice lately, with pained
surprise.

We are afraid we will never get to
go to Pass-a-Grille. Straub has prom promised
ised promised himself the treat of ducking us
if we go. We don't mind being duck ducked
ed ducked by a pretty girl, but Straub isn't
a girl.

(Times-Union)
General plans for the entertain entertainment
ment entertainment of editors and publishers of
Florida, who will meet here October
14, 15 and 16, were announced yes

terday at a meeting of the entertain- j

incut. tuiuinii.i.cc ui iuc iiiaiuuci ui

commerce, and indicates that all of

Six months, in advance 4.25 j Jacksonville is pulling together for

Three months, in advance.... 2.2ojthe purpose of making the visit here

One month, in advance .80of the editors and publishers profit

able and pleasant. Local printing

and publishing trades, representa-

heroic Frenchmen, who stand like altives of the Antietam Paper Corn

wall of steel just within the gates of Jpany, Jacksonville Rotary Club,
their outraged country, if he is not Builders and Traders' Exchange, in-

rotten-egged and dead-catted from
the platform, it will be because the

people of those countries are far

more tolerant than Americans.

FROM SENATOR BLITCH

If all Germans were like "Herr"
Meffert, America would be more
prosperous and Europe would be at
peace. In fact, they don't make
many better Americans than "Herr"
Meffert.

The Ocala Star advertises "new
clutch good for sore necks." Please
ship us one, we want to present it to
our best girl.- Perry Herald.
Don't bite your best girl's neck so
hard next time.

The Ocala Star is one of those o'td
fashioned papers that rubs in it after
the other fellow is tricked. St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg .Times.
, Well," old scout; we haven't rub rubbed
bed rubbed it into you, nor anybody else that
didn't try to rub it into us.

The Serbian government has dec decorated
orated decorated John D. Rockefeller for his aid
in the fight on typhus. In the Unit United
ed United States when he does a good deed
he is generally decorated with a
brickbat.- Times-Union,
v We know him better than the Ser Serbians
bians Serbians do.

We labored for a long time under
the delusion that Albert M. William-
x son's paper, the Floridian, wasn't
worth a cuss, but the way it has
been hitting corruption in the high
places of Jacksonville lately has
caused us to change our mind. Albert
is fearless, and when he goes on the
right track he is a power for good.'

. How slowly our friend Benjamin
comes to. He thinks now that we
had an idea he ought to have favored
dividing his Marion county!- St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Times.
Such was the impression we, and
other people, received from your edi editorial
torial editorial utterances. Perhaps, however,
you were only using language to con conceal
ceal conceal your thoughts. At any rate, its
all over now.

dividual business men and concerns.

the convention and tourist bureau,
the Jacksonville Chamber of Com

merce and Adjt. Gen. J. Clifford R.
Foster are all lending a hand. Just
before the adjournment of the meet meeting
ing meeting yesterday Chairman Frank Cas-

Editor Star: I had to laugh heart-Isidey stated that another session of

ily when I read in your issue of 17th, I the entertainment committee yri be
the reference to myself, "that is r-held next Wednesday afternoon, 3:30

semblance to Napoleon and meeting o'clock, at which it is hoped to have
my Waterloo early." Now, Mr. Edi- definite reports on a number of de de-tor,
tor, de-tor, don't fool yourself about my tails.

Waterloo, as nothing but death itself! Entertainment in General

means Waterloo to me, and believe Mr. Cassidey stated that the order

me, you will find me just as live wire 0f exercises by way of entertainment
as ever and fighting just as hard for wm begin at noon Thursday, October

those things which I believe to be M4t when the Jacksonville Rotary

right as ever. Club will take the delegates to the

I desire to also state that I have Florida state camp grounds. There

nothing but the kindest of feelings for Gen. Foster will be the host of the
tho?e who opposed us. I hope the visitors at a camp lunch. After some
conflict will redound to our mutual hours there all will board the steam-

good and that it will be an awaken- er City of Jacksonville and return to
ir.. to the people o both counties, and the city. Before disembarking a
now let us all put our shoulders to sightseeing trip about the water

front will be made.

On Friday the Builders and Trad

ers' Exchange will be the hosts of the
editors, and they will conduct an au automobile
tomobile automobile tour of the city and envir environs.
ons. environs. The exchange will attend to ev every
ery every detail of the arrangements dur-

the wheel and push forward to a

higher mark of development along all

lines. Very truly yours,
J. S. Blitch.
Montbrook, Sept. 18.

All right, senator; glad you have

only kind feelings; but your feelings mg the next week or so.

must have changed in two days, else

you wouldn't have written that turn

my-aching letter to the Times-Union

. . XT I the visitors an informal banquet in
per cent, of the voters in Northwest L, ...

Banquet Friday Evening
In the evening the Jacksonville

Chamber of Commerce will tender

Marion are negroes. .Perhaps you
haven't met your Waterloo. But the

next time you come out for public of

fice, you are going to have to ex

plain to democrats and prohibition

ists, both of whom you claim to rep represent,
resent, represent, why Mr. Nugent's letter to
you was found being circulated as a

campaign document among the ne

groes last week.

A SPOILED MAP

the auditorium or the commerce

chamber building. The convention

will end the following day, part of

which will be devoted to business and
part to pleasure.

A letter was read yesterday from

Associate Manager Charles I. Day of

the Hotel Seminole, tendering the

use of the committee rooms and halls

of that well known hostelry free of

charge as headquarters for the con

vention. This letter was referred by

the meeting to the hotel and trans

portation committee, of which C. B.
Gay is chairman.

O. W. Renner of the Antietam

Paper Company, in answer to a ques question,
tion, question, stated that there would be, he

The Star is informed that on the

wall of the governor's office in Talla

hassee is one perfectly good map,
beautifully lithographed, on which

Bloxham county, with Williston as the thoue.ht fullv four hundred o.i.

county seat, is set forth in full flower. from all partg of the state present at

sorry we naa to spoil mat map last tne convention

AQverusea i roaucis
1 A 1

The first move in the trial of Men- 11 was ugni yesteraay to maxe

denhall by his attorneys does not im- as a mature oi tne Danquet tne use
press the people of Florida with a be- of wel1 known and generally adver-

lief in his innocence. The constitu- usea ana made-m-j acksonvine pro-

irmoKfTr nf tho oxtinn f tfc ott aucts. ine menu ior tne anair win

criciohiro in nr-ootio. fho aiTtii inHi. contain many references to the ar

Somebody on the St. Petersburg
Times must be expecting something
from Congressman Sparkman, judg judging
ing judging from its frequent essays on hit
virtues. -Tampa Times.
We were just going to try to write
something nice about Mr. Sparkman,
and now we are afraid to. Yet we
are not in his district and have no
right to expect anything from him
except good work for the state and
the country. ;

cial circuit, consisting of Pinellas and

Manatee counties, and making Hills-

bo rouerh county, formeily the sixth.

now the thirteenth, is auestioned by Pne but informal in every respect.

Mendenhall's lawyers. They set forth

that Judge F. M. Robles, now presid

ing over the thirteenth circuit, has
never resigned as iudee of the sixth.

the position which Judge O. K. Reaves Those Marion County Fair people

invar fcnMa tli pw ci-rtli in9 flip have the right idea. They send out

one in which" Pinellas county is locat

A dispatch from Berlin says: "Full
settlement of the submarine problem
probably can be arranged by nego negotiations
tiations negotiations in Washington. Ambassador
Von Bernstorff is in complete posses possession
sion possession of the policy and wishes of Ger Germany
many Germany and has been given the power
and terms of settlement with the
United States, subject to only a final
revision by Berlin. Bernstorff will be
able to communicate many things not
adapted in inclusion in a public note,
but of such a native as to convince
the United States of Germany's good
faith." The United States certainly
needs convincing.

Attorney E. W. Davis of Orlando,
is down on the program of the press

meeting in Jacksonville, rcheduled to
take place in October, for a speech on

forcement." Mr. Davis is a brilliant
lawyer and has an enviable reputation

as an orator. If he accepts the invi

taticn the press gang have an intel intellectual
lectual intellectual treat in store. Orlando Re

porter-Star.

Mr. Davis learned law and how to
make speeches in Ocala. And there

was a right smart of Abraham Lin

coin tactics in his methods, too. Ed
looks a good deal like Abe, by the

way.

Mr. Bryan is planning, so he and

iisi friends say, to go abroad in the
interest of peace. He will go princi principally
pally principally to advertise himself, but let

him go by all means. There are peo people
ple people in this country deluded enough to
believe he is sincere and useful, and

Germany will doubtless condescend to
use him as a tool. But if he speaks

in England to relatives and friends
of the Lusitania's dead, if he tries to

talk to the noble little band of Bel

gians, ready to die in their tracks on
the lemnant of their land, or to the

tides well known to advertising and

mercantile lines.

The banquet will be an elaborate

ARTHUR COBB IS

SENDING

TnEM OUT

ed. Of course, the judge will turn

them down and go on with the trial,

as before issuing his commission to

Judge Reaves, Governor Trammell se

cured an advisory opinion from the

supreme court. It seems reasonable

to believe that if Mendenhall s law

yers had proofs of his innocence,
they would present them at oncei be-

complimentary tickets to the editors,

with a nice letter of invitation that

sounds like it was really meant, and
in the letter is not a single enclosure

for free insertion. Leesbure Com

mercial.

KIT-CAT PORTRAITS.

For

GIBRALTAR.

Origin of th Term That Stands

Stupid Mediocrity.
Several years ago an eastern art crit critic
ic critic waxel sarcastic concerning a collec collection
tion collection of painting on view at one of the
leading New York clubs. In the course
of a vitriolic tirade he relieved him himself
self himself of the assertion that the exhibi exhibition
tion exhibition consisted chiefly of kit-cat por portraits.
traits. portraits. Those who went to the club club-rooms
rooms club-rooms expiating to see canvases adorn adorned
ed adorned with feline compositions were con condemned
demned condemned to disappointment. There was
not a cat picture In the whole show.

"What U a kit-cat portrait? wa9 the
burning question of the hour. Why, a j
stupid portrait, a commonplace piece

of painting that rereaU no glimmer of
genius. At this stape of the explana explanation
tion explanation the inevitable interruption "But
why do you call it a kit-cat picture?"
And not one critic out of a hundred
had the remotest Idea.
The term for stupid mediocrity had
its origin in a collection of forty-two
portraits of prominent men painted be between
tween between 1703 and 1720 by Sir Godfrey
Kneller, one of the best known British
portrait painters. They were exactly
the same 6ize and were framed alike;
hence the idea of monotony which led
to the Idea of mediocrity. The sub subjects
jects subjects of these portraits were member
of a club that met In the tavern of a
celebrated pastry cook, Christopher Cat
called Kit for short and among them
were such men as Addison, Steele,
Walpole and Marlborough. It was the
influence of this club that placed George
I. on the throne of England. Exchange

The

Mollified.
This really happened In New York
the other day:
Displeased Parent Molly, I find you
have been buying three pairs of gloves
without my permission. "Why did you
do It?
Miss Molly (aged twelve) Why, dad daddy,
dy, daddy, I was obliged to have some gloves.
I hadn't a pair to wear!
Displeased Parent It was very
wrong of you to buy the gloves with without
out without asking either your mother or me
about It
Miss Molly Well, never mind, daddy,
dear. They won't cost anything. I
bad them charged! New York Post.

Her Conscience.
In spite of scoldings, Helen persisted
In running away from home. One day,
after a longer absence than usual, her
mother asked:
"Helen, dear, does not your con conscience
science conscience trouble you when you are run running
ning running away from mother?" explaining
that her conscience was a little voice
speaking within. Helen answered:
"Oh, yes, mamma; that little voice is
always saying, Run faster, faster, Hel Helen;
en; Helen; your mother Is after you V Pitts Pittsburgh
burgh Pittsburgh Chronicle-Telegraph.

Feline Amenities.
They were discussing the newest en engagement
gagement engagement The fair fiancee, had previ previously
ously previously made three similar announce announcements,
ments, announcements, but not one had resulted in a
wedding.
"Do you think she will really marry
him?" asked her dearest friend.
"I can't say, my dear," retorted the
next dearest- "It Is possible, but not
customary." Woman's Home Companion.

The Limit.

"I shall never speak to her again as

long as I live."
"But you've said that often before"

"I know, but what else is there to

say when a person becomes as angry

as she makes me?" Detroit Free

Press.

Cautious.
niggs Crooke is a criminal lawyer.

Isn't he? DIfrgs He's a lawyer, but

as to his being criminal, I think he's

too careful to quite overstep the line.

New York Sun.

God gives every bird its food, but

does not throw It into the nest J. G.
Holland.

Sweet pea and nasturtium seed
just in. Bitting & Co., 410 N. Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street 17-t

The editor of the Valley Gazette is

in receipt of a complimentary ticket

to the Marion County Fair, which

cause if he was acquitted he could h"11 be held at Ocala, November 23-

not be tried again. This move of

theirs is made in order to give them,

in case their client is convicted, an

argument for a new trial. No mat

ter if he is guilty, if they can obtain

26. Arthur C. Cobb, the secretary, in

a letter states that "indications are

encouraging for the best fair we have
ever had." Those good neoDle of

Marion county never do things by

a second trial, or a third, they have halves and if the writer is able to at

tend he is sure that he will not count
the time lost, but on the other hand

will be well repaid for the journey.

Kissimmee Valley-Gazette.

a better chance to eventually iree

him, or get him off with a light sen

tence.

Ihe Gainesville Sun expresses a

great truth in the following: "Some

times what is called the 'voice of

God is only the voice of a heedless
rabble or of men brutalized by lust

SOLID FARMING AND

STOCK SECTION

The eighth annual Marion County

Fair will be held at Ocala November

"Power of the Press for Law En-land poWer. God's voice is always that 23rd to 26th, inclusive. Marion coun

of humanity, justice, brotherhood andlty is noted for its excellent general

love. That is a fact that should al

ways be recognized not only by na

tions, but also in industrial, commer

cial and political life, and in the rela

tions between man and man."

larming iana and is- lamous as a
stock producing section. Florida

Grower.

A GOOD SUGGESTION

Editor Star: I see other Florida

towns are going to have a "Dress "Dress-Up"
Up" "Dress-Up" day on Oct 4th. Why should

not Ocala do the same, and have a

"window day" at the same time?

Let every store that has a show win

dow dress it up and those that have
no window dress up their doors.
Make a grand display for several

OUR prescription department is at

YOUR service at all times. Accuracy

is the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court

Pharmacy. tf

Ask for BUTTER NUT bread and

don't let anyone make you believe

that any other is "just as good

Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, tf

We have a tew or the famous Shu Shumate
mate Shumate and Chase razors which we will

evenings and invite the ladies out tot sell below cost price to close out The

inspect the display, say from 6 to 10 1 Court Pharmacy. tf

p. m. I expect the band would assist

in making
us push it
Yours

evenings pleasant. Let

for pushing Ocala,

D. M. Boney.

Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date

Daily demonstrations.
8-2-tf Lattner's Hano Store.

K. of P. meet this evening.

For plumbing ana electrical work

see E W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf

FOR
SALE

Corner lot on
Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, east of D.
S. Woodrow's
residence, and
southwest of R.
S. Hall's resi residence.
dence. residence. Price is
reasonable and
the terms are
easy. Apply to
B. N. DOSH.

Rock That Guards the Mouth of

he Mediterranean.
Gibraltar was captured by the Drft Drft-IaIx
IaIx Drft-IaIx July J1, 170L. and from that day
has nt lxen out of British hands.
At tirst little wad thought of the im important
portant important e of thU stronghold. Vcr the
succtt'Uiug nine yars the Spaniards
made repeated attempts to recapture
it. Ou one occasion they nearly suc succeeded.
ceeded. succeeded. A French and Spanish force having
been col lei-ted on the -isthmus that
Joins the rock to the mainland, a
goatherd offered to show them a path
up the sloping sides of the rock, which

he had reason to believe was unknown

to the British. This offer was ac

cepted.

Five hundred troops ascended quiet quietly
ly quietly one nlht and took shelter in a hol

low called by the Spaniards "the little
chair." At daybreak next morning

they ascended higher, took the signal

station, killed the guard and anxious

ly looked for expected re-enforcements.
The re-enforcements failed to arrive.
The armed garrison sallied out and
drove the invaders down the rock.
The "little chair was filled up' and
the place made stronger than ever.
All subsequent attempts to capture
the rock have failed. One of them
was a siege by Spam and France, be beginning
ginning beginning in 1770 and not terminating
until September, 17 S3.
The rock of Gibraltar takes on a
more Important bearing than ever In
these days of big guns because of ita
commanding iosition at the mouth of
the Mediterranean, where that sea Is
little more than twenty miles wide.
KxcbaiiKe.
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS

Scientifically Built R

4 Cc rin in -t.ri.

bring

quality t Lmciarc."

The General rays:'
"The Bocs "wl.o comes down to his roll roll-top
top roll-top desk at 10 a.m. and leaves at 2 p.m.
may get away with it but I rever could.

cf investigation ai d labor to

lcc;r years

tC!

up to its present

111 11

Ci mi mj v'S! V. --.""- i j i- T'C"- T l' "' ""
- - - -t 'aJ L. .nii r i 1 - i

Cerlain-Ucl l,f. ?j fj (f

y m t::r rest: : t R ir8LX iLJi J7l k

n:rri- r

qu t:.

thousand f

mer.ti in

t;-.c ti.cct of V-iC

l.c-U J cold on the

torici and c. i l'..c r-.f a r.-..iM .IJe C:i-ii-ieA cou no more tlian the
search f.r the Iv t rzsv u--: trial. a&tuJy cru:wryiui!. s
General Rcofmg Manufacturing Company
Pittsburgh Lswv't SuiFruicuco Gnciiaaa'i Min PU

i City Sealtl Altamta I iowUon London Hubwr SyWey

If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-upholstered, re-polished
or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
fruaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 443, Ocala,
Fla. 9-2-lm

WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD

"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
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 disordered
ed disordered condition of the digestive organs.
They are worth their weight in gold'
writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba, N.
Y. Obtainable everywhere.
TO THE 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 Ceng's
Dru Store and give your name, as it
is very important that the census be
correctly taken. Respectfully,
O. II. Rogers,
2t Census Enumerator.

Advertise in the Star.

I':',

NERVOUS COLLAPSE
Kissimmee, Fla. "I have been think thinking
ing thinking for a long time that 1 would send you

my testimonial that
some other woman
may be induced,
I feci sure she will,
-s to use your Favor-

ito Pre8criDtion.,

vtc 'From my experi-

Njm i"'-. ence in receiving

. very decided help
'from ita use, I feel

W7 fAkAotV1y aa certain
fL 7-rr that she alao will

get the desired re relief.
lief. relief. My cheeks

were very pale, BaHow and bloodless. The
general condition was very discouraging,
as I was in a state of nervous collapse,
with exhaustion, and after trying various

physicians and Dot improving 1 made up
my mind to try Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Prescription.
scription. Prescription. After taking the fifth bottle
I was so fully restored to health that I
discontinued taking it." Mas, P. J.

BrERLT, 714 Mabbctte St.

The use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription makes women happy by making
them healthy. There are no more cry crying
ing crying spells. It cures inflammation and
female weakness. It makes weak women

stroiis. sick women well.

Like an open book, our faces tell the
tale of health or disease. Hollow cheeks
and sunken eyes, listless steps, sleepless
nights tell of wasting debilitating dis disease
ease disease some place in the body. It may bo
one place or another, the cause is generally
traceable to a common source.
Get the "Prescription" to-day either
In liquid or tablet form if you want to
better your physical condition speedily.
Onestlcma of Sex? Are fullv and

properly answered in The People's Com Common
mon Common Sense "Medical Adviser. All the
knowledge a young woman, wife or daugh daughter
ter daughter should have is contained in this big

Home Doctor Book containing 1003
rjatres with enrravinzs and color plates.

and bound in cloth. By maiL prepaid

on receipt of 3 dunes. Address Dr. iTerce,
cert tt.L c t..ti xT V

Iclver & MacKay

UNDERTAKERS and E&1BAL&1ERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

PHONE 503
For Good Wood
! BIG Load lor $1.

YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
IMMEDIATE ATTENTION

J. L. SMOAR
At Sm oak's Wagon Shop.

GENERAL REPAIR i

WORK

FURNITNRE and
GENERAL

REPAIRS

PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
ROBERT EBNER
Care Square Deal Garage
YONGES BLOCK, OCALA
i:i;iiii;;:;;iiiiiiiiiiii;n"!'!'!""!g

You are Cordialy Invited to Attend the
Annual Fall Opening
at the
Affleck Millinery Parlor
September 20, 1915
Monday Evening at 7 o'clock
Continuing through Tuesday and Wednesday
Refreshments Monday Evening
Helvenston's Store

ad

w

This i3 our,
HOFFMAN PRESS
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 sc9
it do the woik

t

Ocala Steam-lannrtpyi

Phone 101 402-404 South Main SL

fTill

Ike

1 T$

OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK 550,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.

rrnRY our Fresh Meat it will
11 please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
Caira-Ttoomss C
Ocala, Florida.

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OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY. SEPTE3IBER 20, 1015

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A T A C rfW AT A T7T7 A TTiO 2

...
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

Our Evening Thought
Let us go to the inner room of our
souls this evening and hold a little

communion season, lias the oay been

ent in a Belgian field hospital, where
her work has earned for her the
name of "Glory," and this newly or organized
ganized organized society's work is to be sent

a good one for you or for me? Per- j lo 111,3 ieig:an hospital. At a recent
haps you did not drink deep enough i dance and n party, given for the

of the living fountain to keep your 01 raising iunas zor mis pur

soul moist

silence this evenin

As we sit in the inner i pose, ur. uattle offered a meaal sent

mav we una out : "j "& ui ucigmm uuuugu

why we are not progressive as we
ought to be, and let us not come
empty handed to the Master's feet
now that the summer is past and
over. M. C. Webster.
Mr. Willie Mills was a week-end
visitor to relatives in the city, coming
in from IJerlin Saturday.
m m m
Misses Theo and Gladys Wallis,
Gladys Martin, Annie Pope Eagleton,
Mabel MefTert, Itexie Todd and Annie
Essex left today for Tallahassee,
some to enroll for the first term as
students at the State College and
others to resume their classes for the
winter.
Mrs. Jim Johnson and little daugh daughters
ters daughters returned Saturday evening from
a visit to relatives in Georgiaf
The following will be of interest to
many in this city. In Asheville the
women of the hotels and cottage col colonies
onies colonies have combined with the Ashe Asheville
ville Asheville society women in forming a
Glory Relief Society, named in com compliment
pliment compliment to Mrs. Medaline Hancock,
daughter of Dr. S. Westerly Battle,
private physician to Mrs. George
Vanderbilt. Mrs. Hancock is at pres-

Mrs. Hancock as first prize. It was
won by Mrs. R. S. Hall of this city.
Prominent in the arrangement of this

party were Mrs. William Murray of

has been the guest of Mrs. Helven-
ston and family at Hawk Eye cottage
for a fortnight. The trip was made
in their automobile, Mr. Ilelvenston
returning with them.
Notice, O. E. S.
The worthy matron of Ocala chap

ter No. 29, O. E. S., requests all of-;

ficers to meet at Yonge's hall Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, Sept. 22, 4 p. m. for rehearsal.
Mrs. F. E. Sheppard of Daytona ar-

A SCOUT'S
ESCAPE
By M. QUAD
Copyright. 171. ty the McClure
Nrwsi'atr Syndicate.

During the Indian troubles which
followed the close of the civil war I
was attached to various western forts
and camps as scout and dispatch rider

rived in the city yesterday evening anj ia that capacity had my full share

LITTLE ANDORRA.

for a visit with her daughter, Mrs. T.

C. Luckie. Mr. Luckie went over
with Mr. Norton Davis Saturday and
returned with Mrs. Sheppard, driving
her car. They had an easy trip with
the exception of an accident a few
miles the other side of DeLand, when

Savannah, and Mrs. Clifton Camp ofjan auto driven by a greenhorn ran

this city. Mrs. Hall prizes her sou

venir very highly and it is indeed a
very beautiful trophy.

SunJav's Metro tol is contains a verv

beautiful group picture of brides and time

brides-elect. Among the latter are

Marguerite Stockton, whose

into them, smashing one wheel. The

other car was badly bunged up, how

ever. After replacing the wheel,
they had an auspicious journey, ar arriving
riving arriving in Ocala shortly after supper-

Regarding the music at the open-

of the Florida University at

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on the ftfh of October, and Miss Mil- vlIie oun b

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,wi Hrir-U n ,rftW ..HmirpH a feature of University programs,

visitor in nr citv on sovpral oeea- w extra nne tms tlme-

who is to be married to Dr. Mary -nnor' formerly of Ocala but

now director of the Gainesville Lon-

. liner

mama to air. John lienrv mount.

a former Ocala boy. will take place Gainesville Wednesday, the Gaines-

"The music, always

sions,

Samuel Andrews Scruggs Jr., a prom prominent
inent prominent physician of Fort Lauderdale,
October 20. The marriage will take
rilflff at. tht hnmp of th hr5df's nar-

: v, tu .. Rudolph Lebmeyer and Leo Kitchen

servatory, will have charge of the
music, and will be assisted by two of
the ablest violinists of the state

of these popular and beautiful young

ladies will be of greatest social inter interest
est interest all over Florida. 1

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Mr. D. W. Davis, Miss Meme Da

of Jacksonville; and by Jerome Knaur
of the same city, a musician of note;
and by Paul Weimer of Fort Lauder Lauderdale,
dale, Lauderdale, the strongest young cornetist of
Florida; and last but not least by

vis, Miss Mary Piatt and Mr. Norton Geofee D" Hamilton, master of the

Davis returned this morning from a

visit to Daytona Beach. They went
over especially for Miss Piatt, who

clarinet.'

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ADMISSION:

From G:30 to 10:30, 10 and 20c

From

3:30 to 6:30, 5 and 10c,

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Well Done?

No matter how you like your
roast cooked, you will surely be
satisfied with it if bought here.
Our roasts are fine. We cut
your size carefully.
You know very well that in
buying meat you trust a lot to
the experience and honesty of
the butcher. That's why we
can safely urge you to come
here and let us serve you.

W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
PHONE 108
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.

es; S. S. S. Is Purely Vegetable

Nature's Safe Blood Treatment

Known for SO Year As the Best
Remedy for Rheumatism, Catarrh,
Scrofula, Skin Diseases.
Scientists hare discovered that the
forest and the field, are abundantly
supplied with vegetation of various
kinds, that furnish the ingredients
for making a remedy, for practically
every ill and aliment of mankind.
Medicines made from roots, her js, and
barks which Nature has placed at the
disposal of man, are better than
strong mineral mixtures and concoc concoctions.
tions. concoctions. Mineral medicines work dan dangerously
gerously dangerously on the delicate parts of the
system, especially the stomach and
bowels, by eating out the lining mem membrane,
brane, membrane, producing chronic dyspepsia
and often entirely ruining the health.

z. d. z. is guaranteed to be a
purely vegetable remedy. It is made

entirely of gentle-acting, healing, pu purifying
rifying purifying roots, herbs and barks, pos,

sessing properties that build up all

parts of the system, ia addition to re

moving all impurities and poisons

from the" blood. S. S. S. is a safe I tnjQV

trpdtmpnt for Ilheumatism. Catarrh. I

Scrpfula, Sores and Ulcers, Skin Dis

eases, Contagious Blood Poison, and

all disorders of the blood. It cleanses
the entire system and it's pennsnent.

Get S. S. S. at any drug store.
S. S. S. is a standard remedy recog

nized everywhere as the greatest

blood antidote ever discovered. If

yours is n,' peculiar case write to S. S,

S. Cov, Atlanta. Ga.

Dr. D. M. Smith, after a brief visit
to Mrs. Smith at Tampa, returned
home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Smith
is the guest of her niece, Mrs. W. M.
Wagnon, and is enjoying every day
of her stay in the gulf city.
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The noble old stork visited our city

again on Saturday leaving a little

treasure bundle for Mr. and Mrs.
Claude Gates, formerly of Ocala, but
now of Marathon, Fla., at the hospi hospital.
tal. hospital. The little lady has been given
the name of Clarice Edwina.

Mrs. Roy Bowers is having her

household effects packed and placed

aboard a car preparatory to making a
final move on Wednesday for her fu future
ture future home in Eustis. Mr. Bowers has

secured a very pretty little home in
that city for the winter and entered
upon his school duties this morning,
after a strenuous week spent in tak

ing the examinations at Tavares in

which he easily secured a first grade

certificate.

Miss Annie Moorhead entertained

twelve of her college chums this
morning at 10 o'clock at a "college

party" at th home of her sister, Mrs.
H. A. Davies, on Tuscawilla street,
honoring especially her young friends
who leave today for the State Col College
lege College at Tallahassee, those who are
leaving home for the "first time," and
afew others who, like herself, have

been students at that institution but

will spend this season at home. Miss

Moorhead's friends assembled at 10
o'clock and with their sewing para

phernalia passed the first hour, after

which some original verses were dis distributed.
tributed. distributed. These verses contained col

lege advice, for freshmen especially

The reading of them created much

fun as they were particularly clever
and suited to the occasion. Then an
animal guessing contest begun, the
animals being made by tearing strips

of paper into different shapes. For

the best of these pretty crepe de

cnene handkercmeis were given as
first pribe and the consolation prize
was a baby rattler. Mrs. Moorhead

and her sister, Mrs. Davies, served a

delicious luncheon at 12 o'clock, con

sisting of Waldorf salad in apple

cups, sandwiches, wafers and mint
julip, from a prettily arranged table

in the sitting room. The only dec

orations for the morning was a large

wicker basket filled with ferns and

coral vine with zinnias placed in the
center of the table and little doilies

with the state college pennants, gar

net and gold, pasted in one corner.
These were kept as souvenirs of this

most delightful party. The guests
enjoying this cleverly arranged affair

were Misses Gladys and Theo Wallis

Mabel Meffert, Rexie Todd, Tommy
Standley, Wenona Wetherbee, Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Howell, Gladys Martin, Irma

Blake, Musie Bullock and Lillian

Cook. This was one of the most en

joyable "college parties" ever given

in Ocala and was the original pro

duct of the charming hostess, whose

parties are always a pleasure and de delight
light delight to her many friends.

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Mrs. J. R. Moorhead left this morn

ing for Gainesville to confer at a

special state meeting with Miss Agnes
Harriss and Mr. Knapp this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. She will return tomorrow.

Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Winston are en

joying a motor trip visiting mends
in the northwestern section of the

Th Tiny Republic That NtU In
Nook In the Pyrenees.
Andorra Ls a republic of 175 square
miles situated In the valley of the
same name In the Eastern Pyrenees.
It form un Irregular little square plug
between France and Spain and is a
hotbed for smugglers plying between
the two countries. It leads a semi-independent
existence under the protec protection
tion protection of France and the Bishop of Urgel.
i?iaiu. Charlemagne declared it inde inde-iendeiit
iendeiit inde-iendeiit in return for Its services

against the Moors.

In 12TS it was transferred to the

Comte de Fulx and the Bishopric of

UrgeL During the French revolution

relations between it and France were
interrupted, on account of the refusal

of France to accept the annual tribute.

which was considered incompatible

with a Kepubllcau form of government.

In however, the former relations
were renewed, and free importation of

cereals, made necessary by the limited

area of Andorra, was allowed by

France in return for an annual tribute

of UGO francs.

Andorra is governed by a 'council of

twenty-four members chosen for four
years by the heads of the communities.
The revenue is derived from lands and
a few taxes. The manner of life is

very simple. Every ablebodled male is

liable to military service between the

ages of sixteen and sixty. The capital
is Andorra, with about 1,000 inhabi inhabitants.
tants. inhabitants. The total population is about
6,000 and remains practically stationary.

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Any time yon want real
goodies use Calumet Baiting
Powder! My mother use it
he's tried all others shei
learned her lesson now shs
ticks to Calumet.
" Unequalled for making
tender, wholesome, light bak
logs. Wonderful leavening
and raising qualities uniform
results. Mother says Calumet

ia tne moat cconoaucaJ to Bar" Boat
BODucaJ to ok. Try it at oocc
Rchrl Hisbata Awards

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of adventures. It was my fortune or
misfortune almost at the outset of my
career to strike the Sioux a blow
which made them forever after hungry
for my life.
It soon became known among the
Sioux what had happened, and every
branch of the tribe swore to have my
life. A reward of ten ponies was offer offered
ed offered to any one who would kill me and
twenty if 1 were taken alive. I was

advised by every one to clear out of
that locality, but I refused to go till
the long expected war finally broke

out, and I was attached to a moving

column.

I was finally made a prisoner under

singular circumstances. I was return returning
ing returning from the flying column to Fort

Vallace with dispatches. I had set
out soon after dark and made a good
twenty-five miles when a heavy fog
settled on the plains. It wouldn't have
bothered an Indian to keep the points
of the compass, but after I turned and
twisted among some dry ravines I had
to own up that I was lost. My horse
was Just as badly off. When I gave
him his head he came to a stop. The
only thing to do was to dismount and
wait for daylight. I was sitting on the
ground, not feeling a bit sleepy, and
my horse was lying down when a band
of thirty-seven Indians, all mounted,
walked right on to me through the fog.
I heard the footsteps of then horses,
but could not locate them in the fog
until too late. When I leaped up it
was with the thought that I might
make a break for It on foot, but before
I could turn they were all about me,
and in another minute I was made
prisoner.
The Indians were as much surprised
as I was, and it was broad daylight
before they Identified me. Up to that
time they had treated me fairly well.
When it was known I was the scout
whose life they had so long thirsted

after half a dozen bucks tried their
best to tomahawk me on the spot, bu

were restrained.

When their anger had cooled down

there was as much rejoicing as If they

had captured a fort. Six warriors were
called out as a guard, and soon after

sunrise I was put in then- charge and

started for a big Sioux village on Deer

creek, between the two forks of the

Republican river. I was, of course.

disarmed. Then my elbows were tied
together and my feet tied under the
horse, and for fear the horse would

run off with me he was led by a lariat.

vhen we reached the village 1 was

put in a tepee and my arms unbound

It was the third day after my cap capture
ture capture before I was disturbed. Then.

most of the warriors having returned
to. the village on purpose to witness my
death, I was led out at 3 o'clock in the
afternoon to undergo the preliminary

to actual torture. This is running the

gantlet.

I got ready as well as I could, and
when the signal came I sprang away
at the top of my speed. Blow after

blow fell upon me as the savages shout shouted
ed shouted their delight, and, to my great sur

prise, I at length reached the end.

There I fell in a heap, and they gave
me ten minutes to brace up for the

run back. I made only half the dls

tance this time, being struck such A
blow over the head with a club that I
sank down unconscious. When 1 had

recovered my senses they returned me
to the lodge, where I lay for many
hours, expecting to be taken out any

moment for torture. They would have

finished me but for the fact that the
wife of Little Feather, who was In

another village fifty miles away, had
not yet arrived. She wanted to be in

at the death.
The squaw arrived soon after mid

night My ankles were tightly lashed.

and I could not sleep.

Half an hour after daylight the vil village
lage village was astir, and at sunrise a squaw
brought me some breakfast, and the
lashings around my ankles were cast
off. I learned several years after that
It was intended to oblige me to run the
gantlet again. I was eating the meal

the souaw had brought when a sud

den excitement arose outside. There I 0-!4--0-CM5-OOCt"f

was a great shouting, followed by I

cheers and the report of firearms, and
the next minute the 200 frontiersmen

who had been raised in Kansas and

Nebraska as an Independent force
charged into the village. It was a

complete surprise to the Indians, but

before the fleeing warriors rallied for
defense, but before that time I was

sare. At trie first alarm I sprang up

and ran out of the lodge full against
one of the guards, and as I ran I was
fired at two or three times. X was
with the horsemen hi a minute or two.
and after a bit I got a rifle and took
an active part in the hot fight going

on. We were driven off after a couple

of hours, but we got every pony in the

herd and burned all the lodges, and

they had many a dead warrior to

mourn over.

It was singular that in after years

I should meet the squaw of Little

Feather on the reservation and have a
long talk with her. So It happened,
and she calmly told me that she had
been promised my pcalp and It would
have been her hand which would have

ended my agonies after I had amused

the warriors to their fill as a prisoner J

at the stake.

MILLINERY

OPENING

September 23, 24, 25
EVERYBODY INVITED

Haycraft Millinery Company I

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. the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing thing-yet
yet thing-yet to do is to aee if the title is good. "Marion county has about 1S3
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec rec-orsd
orsd rec-orsd or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is the
record history of that title.

some

searching and

that he has got it alL

checking before the abstract tnan know

MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORflEB EARLY "ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE Til IE HI
WHICH TO DO BIS RESEARCH WORK,

florida title and abstract corporation

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Mrs. D. S. Welch entertained the

members of the Methodist sewing
circle at her home on East Oklawaha

avenue this afternoon, assisted by

Mrs. J. D. Rooney. After several

hours devoted to needle work, the la

dies were served to a delicious fruit
salad, topped with marshmellows and
whipped cream with cherries, bread

that originated in the
South.
THE DRINK of the
South which has now
spread to all parts of
the United States and
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THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAP

A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy darirsr
this hot weather" than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our Ice and yon can chsrsra
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.

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OCA LA EVENING STAB MONDAY. SEPTEMBER 20, 1015

OCALA OCCURENCES

K. of P. meet tonight.

Council meets tomorrow evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Board of Trade
evening.

meets Thursday

Try one cf those frosted pints of

Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf

Prof. Hays of Webster was in town

Saturday.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS

from our own farm daily. Open night

and day. Merchants Cafe. tf

Mr. D. H. Baker of Orange Home,

veteran orange grower and states
man, was in town today.

Fresh shipment of Norris' famous

PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf

WEATHER FORECAST

Generally fair tonight and

day.

Tues-

(Continued from Third Page)

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

Rev. Mr. Hemdon, the new pastor

of the Presbyterian church, opened

his pastorate here with good sermons

to fair-sized congregations Sunday
morning and evening.

Mr. D. H. Mosely, a veteran
printer, well known in Florida of of-ces,
ces, of-ces, was in Ocala last week. He was
on his way, he informed the Star, to
Williston, to take charge of the Courier.

Mr. W. A. Seymour was in town to today
day today from Leesburg, where he is car carrying
rying carrying out a contract. He says Lees Leesburg
burg Leesburg is too busy to talk about hard
times.

Mr. Holmes Walters, who was
operated on at the hospital several
days ago, is doing well.

A marriage of much interest to
many in this city was that of Mis3
Mildred Querbacker, of Nashville,
Tenn., to Mr. Charle3 Parker Garri Garrison,
son, Garrison, of DeLand at the home of the
bride'3 parents Mr. and Mrs. John D.
Querbacker on Richmond Ave. It was

At the Temple tonight will be seen a brilliant affair taking place at

Mrs. Wiggs of the Cabbage Patch," 18:30 o clock, in the presence of a large

which for eood humor and eood sense I assembly of friends. Rev. L. E. Mc-

is famous on two continents. Be surelNair officiating. During the as

to see it. Isembling of the guests, an elegant

musical program was rendered by

Automobile for exchange for real I Mrs. Milton Cook, pianist; and Mr.
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estate. Car 13 five-passenger liuick; 1 31uton uook, violinist. .Mr. iook
electric lighted, in good condition.! singing the bymn on the entrance of

Address, Exchange, care Star. 13-12tjthe bridal party. The house decora

tions were very beautiful and the

Mr. E. T. Helvenston arrived home I nupital bower was formed of ferns

this morning from a business trip to together with palms and white as

New York. On his way back he came J tors. Misses Adelaide Crouch and

to Daytona Beach for a brief visit to I Marguerite Giles were ribbon bearers

his family. jwith little Norman Griswold carrying

the ring in the heart of an immense

Mr. H. O. McArthur of Gaines-1 pure white rose. The bride was very

ville, superintendent of this division beautiful in duchess satin with real
of the A. C. L. railway, was in town J lace studded with pearls and a cap

today. I veil with a chaplet of orange bios

soms. Aaron Ward and Killarney

Mr. Littlejohn, division auditor fori roses were carried by the other at-

the A. C. L., has been in town for tendants. This wedding was a very
several days on business for the com- large and one of the most brilliant af-
m -v v

pany. irairs ever given in isasnvme ana was

attended by scores of friends in and

Garden and flower seed of every J out of the city. During the reception

kind- Bitting & Co., 410 North Mag-1 that followed the ceremony, an elabo-

nolia street. 17-6t Irate menu was served in a dining

room beautiful in bridal roses min gi

ll r. R. S. Rogers made a business led with maidenhair ferns. The happy

trip to Palatka Saturday in the in-1 couple left on the midnight train for

terest of the Florida Title and Ab-the south where they will spend a

stract Corporation. I short honeymoon, before going to the

groom's home in DeLand. Mr. Garri

A full line of loose leaz ledgers, son is one of DeLand s most highly

note books and memorandums al-1 respected and honored gentlemen and

ways on hand at Gerig's. tf I his host of Ocala friends wish for him

and his all the wealth and beauty of

Mr. T. D. Dillon, who has been at I a joyous voyage across the turbu-

St. Petersburg for the past few lent matrimonial seas.

months, came home Saturday to

spend a couple of weeks m the city. Miss Gussie Weeks, of Live Oak, af-

j health and left the mountains of

North Carolina to spend a few weeks
with Atlanta relatives at 442 Peach Peach-tree
tree Peach-tree street. Miss Irene i3 accom accompanying
panying accompanying her mother, and both will
return home in a short time.
Miss Alberta Weeks returned to her
duties in the county clerk's office thi3
morning after a pleasant over Sunday
visit with relatives in Williston.
Miss Isabel Davis left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Southern College, where

she will take up her studies for the been remembered on rare occasions
coming term. while the others are hopefully look-
jing forward to the time when they
Miss Willie Proctor of Eureka was 'will be. The g. w. lodge is daily
in town Sunday, the guest of Mrs. growing less in numbers, but more

Laura Wellhoner.

BEAN SEED

It has been given out by a mem member
ber member of the Ocala Lodge of Grass
Widowers that Messrs. William
Hocker, L. W. Duval, W. A. Knight,
W. W. Clyatt, R. R. Carroll and D.
W. Tompkins, all members in good
standing, are open to invitations to
take dinner out. Some of them have

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302 W. BROADWAY

PHONE 437

ferocious in appetite.

W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.

Mr. Sam Burford left this after

noon for Gainesville to enter the Uni

versity of Florida for the winter.

Mr. Dillon likes St. Petersburg veryjter a visit of several days with rela

much but, will always call Ocala his tives in Williston, is the delightful

home. I truest of her sister. Miss Alberta

Weeks, this week.

Hftvfl vnn tried those delicious Max-

r .i a tr x J 4.

"- t.-, Mj Bernice cm;th returned to

Gerig's. tf. h hnm n Mnrtpl after n few

wpplra visit, to Vir sister. Mrs. L- H.

pwpie pillang

Big supply of silver skin Bermuda
onion sets just received. Bitting &
Co., 410 N. Magnolia street. 18-6t

There were more country

shopping in the city Saturday than

we have noticed in a long time.

Judge Wm. E. Smith and wife and
little daughter are expected home

thi3 eveninc from an auto trip to

Sanford.

A letter received from Miss Geor-
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gia Mulnall bunaay, brougnt uie
welcome news that her sister, MUs

Lucille, who was thrown from her

horse and badly hurt some weeks
tiro, has recovered.

Dr. and Mrs. J. G. Glass and little

daughter of Ocala, spent a couple of
days in the city this week the guests
of Mrs. Glass aunt and cousin, Mrs.

Waites and Miss Marie Waites. Dr.

Glass is rector of the Episcopal
church church in Ocala, and they were

returning home from their vacation,
spent on Mobile Bay. Tallahassee

True-Democrat.

Miss Sallie Spurlin was in the city

from Lake Weir today.

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The proposition of the council to
move the water works to the city lot

in the northern part of town has had
the effect of getting several very at attractive
tractive attractive offers of sites for the wells.

It is understood that all these propo

sitions will have the attention of the

city fathers at the proper time.

Ask for BUTTER NUT bread and

don't let anyone make you believe
that any other is "just as good."

Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, tf

Mr. Robert Connor left today to

enroll at the University of Florida
for the winter.

OUR prescription department is at

YOUR service at all times. Accuracy
is the watchword which insures you

careful compounding. The Court

Pharmacy. tf

Mr. Bernard Koonce and Mr. La-

Grange Sistrunk are spending this

week at Salt Springs, going over this

Mr. H. W. Tucker returned Satur

day night from a visit to Mrs. Tucker morning in Mr. Koonce's car.

in Atlanta.

Mrs. Mazie Lyles and little daugh daughter
ter daughter are visiting Ocala friends today.

Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.

Daily demonstrations.
8 2-tf Lattner's Fiano Store.

We have a lew of the famous Shu

mate and Chase razors which we will
sell below cost price to close out. The
Court Pharmacy. tf

TO THE PUBLIC

Sweet pea and nasturtium seed

just in. Bitting & Co., 410 N. Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. 17-6t

Mr. W. V. Wheeler, assistant
cashier of the Commercial Bank and
cashier of the Bank of Williston, was
in town over Sunday, visiting friends.

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

Dr. Pillans and Mrs. Pillans, with
their Bister. Afisa DiTrnniA 'Pillans. nre

Fresh shipment of Norris' famous I Rta of Mrs H. Piiw nd fW

PEANUT BRITTLE received every -i v
- umiiuu v-v 1 1 1 v cnmino1 nver this mnmintf from

few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf Electra in their automobiie.

Mr. Ed Dreyfous is bewailing the mnnv fr,VnHa nf Mt. Tftm

loss of his handsome Elks' pin, which L . n,Mim, tn thflt htt

he advertises elsewhere. Mr. Drey- L sufficientIy reCovered from his

ious prizea we i pin very mgniy ue- ,ong &nd gerious mnega fce able tQ
cause it was the gift of his sister, a short drive going Qut yester.
and the Star hopes it will soon be re- .v fJlA f f . nh Anf

"I feel that I owe the manufactur.

ers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera

and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of
gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. Wither Wither-all,
all, Wither-all, Gowanda, N. Y. "When I began

taking this medicine I was in great

pain and feeling terribly sick, due to

an attack of summer complaint. After
taking a dose of it I had not long to

wait for relief as it benefited me al

most immediately." Obtainable everywhere.

BILIOUSNESS

AND CONSTIPATION

It is certainly surprising that any

woman will endure the miserable feel

ings caused by biliousness and consti

pation, when relief is so easily had

and at so little expense. Mrs. Chas.

Peek, Gates, N. Y., writes: About a

year ago l used two bottles ox Unam-

berlain 8 Tablets and they cured me

of biliousness and constipation." Ob

tainable everywhere.

turned to him.

months.

IS AN INSURANCE AGAINST SUDDEN DEATH
Sufferers from Backache, Rheumatism and Kidney Trouble

Before an insurance company will
take a rish on your life the examin examining
ing examining physician will test the urine and
report whether you are a good risk.
When ydur kidneys get sluggish and
clog, you suffer from backache, sick sick-headache,
headache, sick-headache, dizzy spells, or the twinges
and pains of lumbago, rheumatism
and gout. The urine is often claudy,
full of sediment; channels often get
sore and sleep is disturbed two or
three times a night. This is the time
you should consult some physician of
wide experience such as Dr. Pierce,
of the Invalids' Hotel and Surgical
Institute, Buffalo, N. Y. Send him 10
cents for sampel package of his new
discovery An-urie." Write him your
symptoms and send a sample of urine
for test. Experience has taught Dr.
Pierce that "An-uric" is the most

A new line of high grade stationery M Mr n, WpV r. e.

in all the latest styles and cuts at pecting Mis3 Katherine Metchem of

Vjcrlg u- I Morhe.rn on the east coast, to arrive

in a few days to be their guest for
some time.
Mrs. J. W. Akin was the hostess of
the Baptist sewing circle at her home
in the second ward this afternoon.
Assisted by Mrs. Calvin West and
Mrs. Fred Cook, Mrs. Akin served an
elaborate refreshment course at the

conclusion of the afternoon's sewing,

consisting of chicken salad, pimento

and meat sandwiches, wafers and iced

tea.

powerful agent in dissolving uric
acid, as hot water melts sugar, be

sides being absolutely harmless and

is endowed with other properties, for
it preserves the kidneys in a healthy

condition by thoroughly cleansing

them. .Being so many times more

active than lithia, it clears the heart
valves of any sandy substances which

may clog them and checks the degen

eration of the blood vessels, as well

as regulating blood pressure. "An
uric" is a regular insurance and life

saver for all bie meat eaters and

those who deposit lime-salts in their

joints. Ask the druggist for "An-

uric" put up by Dr. Pierce, in 50 50-cent
cent 50-cent packages.

Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets for
the liver and bowels have been fav favorably
orably favorably known for nearly twenty

years. Adv. 3

Our Siiavin Stuff
will makeoxir
Shaving a Deliht-

Buy your shaving things in our dr,ug store
aud you can quickly have a smooth, clean shave.
Our soaps, brushes, strops and razors are the
finest in the market and will make your shaving a
comfort and a joy.
Don't neglect vour hair. It is easier to stop it
from falling out than to restore it after it is gone.
Get some hair tonic now.
We are always glad to help with suggestions.
nti-Monopoly Drug Store.
WE TAKE CARE

Mrs. H. A. Waterman was the

nostess oi tne rresbyterian sewing

circle this afternoon at her home in

the second ward. Mrs. Waterman

served her guests to sherbet and

cake.

Miss Willie Igou of Eustis was the

guest between trains today of
friends, en route to Tallahassee,
where she will be a student at the

State College for the year.
H r mm, m m

Mr. uoree Am ten and son were

business visitors to the city today.
rf"" t m mr-m m m m

nev. ,arame, oi iseneview, was
greeting his host of friends on our

streets this morning, as was also Rev.
Whiddon and his sister of the same
little city.
Mrs. Carter H. Dame returned this
afternoon fro a week end spent in St.
Augustine and Jacksonville.
Miss Isabel Davis left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Southerland. where she will
enter school for the term of 1915-16.
Miss Davis will be missed by a large
circle of friends, who wish her suc success
cess success in her studies.
Mrs. Sam Igou and little sons are
at home again from a delightful
week end visit to Mr. J. H. Nichols

and family at Wildwood.

Mrs. Collier is the guest of Miss
Annie Davis at her pretty little Lake
Weir cottage, going down yesterday

to remain through the week.

Born, to Mr. and Mrs. H. R. Hun

ter Sunday, a fine little son. Mr.

Hunter is Ocala's efficient gun and

locksmith, belonging to a family par

ticularly skilled in the art, and he
will train the boy up to carry on the

calling.

Miss Dollie Webber has taken a

position with the Book Shop.

The many friends of Mrs. D. W.

Tompkins will be pleased to know

that she has entirely recovered her

E. C. Jordan & Co. UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers

BARGAINS FOR TOMORROW
SUGAR, 16 pounds for $1.00.

PLAYMATE FLOUR

SUPREME CREAMERY BUTTER, lb 35c

n

12 pound bags 4-5C
24 pound bags-90C

3 UHI H

fn)A R 8 Bars
iyJZ-lu for

PICNIC HAMS, per lb. 13c
SMOKED BACON, per lb... 15c
LIBBY'S TRIPE, large cans,. 20c
LIBBY'S LUNCH TONGUE, ......20c
SLICED BACON, Beachnut Brand, 30c
EAGLE BRAND MILK. 15c

JUU U IS 2)lrii

ROLLINS COLLEGE, WINTER PARK
Oldest College and Mt Beautiful Campus in Florida College, Academy,
Music, Expression, Fine Art, Domestic and Industrial Arts, eas easiness.
iness. easiness. Teachers Course
Twelve buildings, steam heat, electric lights, fire protection, fine gym gymnasium,
nasium, gymnasium, no malaria, quarter-million dollar endowment. Three teachers cf
music, $5,000 organ, a dozen pianos, two Glee Clubs, chorus class. Superb
new rooms for Business School, full banking equipment. New chemical
'and physical laboratories, equipped with every modern device; analysis of
soils, fertilizers, foods, water, preparation for Engineering Course. Lakes,
boating, swimming, golf, tennis, football, basketball; Christian but unde undenominational;
nominational; undenominational; expenses moderate; scholarships available. For catalogue
address, SECRETARY. Winter Park. Fla.

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.

WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR

SALE, FOR RENT AND SOI SOI-ILAR
ILAR SOI-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

LOST Elk's stickpin, platinum, set

with diamonds. Reward will be paid

for return to Ed Dreyfous, at the
Ocala House Wine Rooms. 9-20

JOHN THOMPSON
CARPENTER

Contractor in all kinds of Wood

Work. Roofs repaired or Re-

shingled.
All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 437
Residence 806 S. Orange Street

OCALA FLORIDA

MONEY WANTED On new house.
A loan is wanted on'a new cottage in
Ocala; title perfect. Address "Mon

ey," care Star.

9-18-12t

Are?tcnn
Ggpagw

' r. 'immmm& lfTi S
i rrsU-LiL

The name Fits-U stamped, on
your mounting guarantees you abso absolute
lute absolute satisfaction with your glasses
and our service.
Quality of merchandise coupled
with the work of experts at a reason reasonable
able reasonable charge permits us to offer you a
service that will please.
Dr. D. M. Boney
OPTOMETRIST
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
Gary Block
OCALA - FLORIDA

11

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MERCHANTS & MINERS TRANS.CO
Steamship Lines
Jacksonville
TO
Boston
New York
Baltimore
Washington
Philadelphia
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets

to all Northern and Western points.
Automobiles carried.

For reservations, tickets, etc
Address
IL C. AVERY, AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.

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-Ct

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. 9-16-6t

FOR RENT House corner Herbert

and South Third streets. Screened

and modern conveniences. Apply

313 Fort King avenue. 9-15-?

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-Ct

RL Rer. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.

Sto Leo Go lies

Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On' Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
. $225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE. TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 5, 1 9 1 5

WANTED Any one desiring board
in private family; house well venti ventilated
lated ventilated and screened. Apply to 1129
Fort King avenue, Ocala, Fla. 9-3-lm
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf

NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that on the
first day of October, 1915, the under undersigned
signed undersigned will apply to the Honorable
Park Trammell, governor of the state
of Florida, at his office in Tallahassee,
for a charter for an incorporation not
for profit, to be known as the Ocala
Citrus Association, upon the follow following
ing following articles of incorporation:
E. L. Carney, President.
J. M Thomas, Sec and Treas.
F. W. Brooks, Director.
S. T. Sistrunk, Director.
Articles of Incorporation of the Ocala
Citrus Association
Know all men by these presents,
that we, the undersigned citrus fruit
growers of the state of Florida, have
this day associated ourselves to together
gether together for the purpose of forming a
horticultural corporation, under the
laws of the state of Florida, as a non nonprofit
profit nonprofit association, upon the following
articles of incorporation, to-wit:
Art. 1. The name of this corpora corporation
tion corporation is 'the Ocala Citrus Association.
Art. 2. There -shall be no capital
stock of said corporation, but the
same is organized as a horticultural
association, not for profit, under the
laws of the state of Florida, and the
purposes for which it is organized
are, to provide a means of agency,
through itself or other co-operative
associations, for the picking, packing
and marketing of citrus fruits and
other agricultural products of its
members, and to provide an agency,
through itself or others, for the pur purpose
pose purpose of dealing in all kinds of mer merchandise,
chandise, merchandise, supplies or appliances that
may be necessary, useful, or conven convenient
ient convenient to its members in the cultivation,
nrodurimn nnri cVi innin r ni4 m rlrf

LAIMFfAftirSFR In of Products, and for such

Jin all kinds of real and personal
Eroperty, and shall have the power to
arrow monev and mnrfa cf its nmn-

Careful Estimates made on all Con- erty to secure payment of same,
tract work. Gives More and Better! Art. 3. The principal place of
Work for the Money than Any Other hnsV? ? association is to be

state of Florida. The annual meetings
of the members of this association
shall be held at said place on the first
j Tuesday in May of each and every
-year, at ten a. m at which place its

iaireciors snail be elected.
Art. 4. The term for which this
corporation shall exist is fifty years
.from the date of the issuance of ita
. letters patent.
Art 5. That any person who is a
bona fide citrus fruit grow.;r in the
j state of Florida may become a mem-
Iber of this association upon being
elected to membership by the board of
directors.

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,
Fla. 17-tf

FOR SALE A double oven gas
range in first class condition, cheap
for cash. Address Bargain, care the
Star. 17-Ct

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER

Contractor in the citv.

q' 1 1 11,111 1 111

Art. 6. That the voting power and
the property interests of each ana
every member of this association
shall be equaL
Art. 7. The business and affairs of
this corporation shall be transacted
by a board of directors and a presi president
dent president and vice-president; said presi president
dent president and vice president shall also be
the president and vice-president cf
said board of directors, and each cf
them shall at the time of filling said
office be a member of this association
and a director in the same; and this
association shall also have a secre secretary
tary secretary and treasurer, both of which of offices
fices offices may be filled by one and the
same person. The number of direc directors
tors directors of this association shall be
three; but the said association with without
out without amendment of its charter, may at
any time, by a two-thirds vote of its
directors, increase its directorate, and
may, at any time after so increasing
the same, by a similar vote of its
board of directors, decrease its direc directorate
torate directorate as said directors shall see fit;
but at no time shall the number of
said directors be increased to a great greater
er greater number than nine, nor decreased to
a less number than three.
That the names and residences of
the officers and directors of this as association
sociation association who are to conduct the bus business
iness business until their successors are elect elected
ed elected and qualified are:
Names Residences
E. L. Carney Ocala, Fla.
F. W. Brooks Ocklawaha, Fla.
S. T. Sistrunk Ocala, Fla.
In witness whereof, each of said
incorporators and members of this
association has hereunto affixed his
hand and seal, on this the 28th day of
August, 1915.
E. L. Carney (Seal) Ocala, Fla.
J. M. Thomas (Seal) Ocala, Fla.
F. W. Brooks (Seal) Oklawaha, Fla.
S. T. Sistrunk (Seal) Ocala, Fla.

STATE OF FLORIDA
COUNTY OF MARION.
Before me, the undersigned eg
thority, personally appeared E. L.
Carney, J. M. Thomas, F. W. Brooks
and S. T. Sistrunk, who being duly
sworn, each by himself, says that he
subscribed his name to the above pro proposed
posed proposed charter cf the Ocala Citrus
Association, for the uses and nur.

poses merein mentioned.
E. L. CARNEY.
J. M. THOMAS.
F. W. BR00K3.
S. T. SISTKUNJT.
SubscrLed and swem to 1
me, this 28th dav of A v -. r. v
(Notary Seal) L. P. ,lL.

My
1919.

commission ex; ir