OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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Punished the Advancing Teuton Armies Near
liiHIG IHE AUSlRlAtiS
v- London, Sept. 25. The Russian po position
sition position from Vilna to the Galician
frontier appears to be greatly im improved.
proved. improved. Three distinct victories are
recorded at widely scattered points.
This mitigates the uneasiness felt
here regarding the Bulgarian atti attitude.
tude. attitude. .The situation far noith is less fav favorable.
orable. favorable. The Russians are resisting
Hindenburg's men stubbornly, but
their admission that fighting is pro proceeding
ceeding proceeding at Smislin, three miles from
Novo Alexandre vsk, indicates the
approaches of the latter town are in
The fate of Dvinsk is in doubt,
last of Vilna, north of Pinsk and in
the vicinity of Lutsk, the Russians
scored heavily. The Germans call
the reverses east of Vilna temporary
in character, notwithstanding losses
fii guns and prisoners.
.Near Pinsk MacKensen was thrown
back in an engagement that has
shaken his grip on the city. Farther
south the Russians holding Lutsk are
pressing their advantage and seem to
be assuming the dominancy on the
southern end of the line, in a manner
recalling the fighting of last spring.
AGGRESSIVE ACTS OF BULGARIA
CAUSE THE GREEKS
Athens, Sept. 25. King Constan Constan-tine
tine Constan-tine and -Premier Venizelos have ar arrived
rived arrived at a complete agreement on
steps already taken by the govern government
ment government in measures demanded to meet
the Balkan situation. These measures
include the maintenance of Greece's
WILL DECLARE MARTIAL LAW
Paris, Sept. 25. The Greek parlia parliament
ment parliament next, Wednesday will be called
upon to proclaim martial Jaw, declare
a state of siege in Macedonia and
take any other steps the situation de
mands, says a Havas Athens dis
London, Fept. 25. Reuters' Moc Moc-cow
cow Moc-cow corespondent says the Bulgar Bulgarians
ians Bulgarians there refused to obey the mob mobilization
ilization mobilization order, telegraphing the king
they will not fight against Serbia.
ENTHUSIASM AT ATHENS
A dispatch from Athens states that
mobiliaztion is proceeding, thousands
of men having already reported.
The Ocala primary school, situated
on South Third street, will open on
Monday, September 27. The teachers
for the school year are as follows:
Beginners, boy's room 1, Mrs. W.
T. Evans, teacher.
Beginners, girls room 2, Miss Eu Eunice
nice Eunice Marsh, teacher.
Advanced first, boys room, 4 Miss
Lulu Griffiin, teacher.
Advanced first, girls room 8, Miss
Fannie Clark, teacher.
Second grade, boys and girls, room
3, Miss Edith Griffin and Miss Nellie
Third grade, boys and girls, room
6, Mrs. Maud Rochford, teacher.
Third grade, boys and girls, room 7,
Miss Marcella McLain, teacher.
Patrons are requested not to get
any supplies until they receive the
lists from the teachers, and not to
ask admittance for pupils who are not
of school age.
Nellie C Stevens, Principal.
For plumbing ana electrical work
ecq II. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
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111 GALICIA BUI SLOWLY
ZEBRUGGE SHOWERED WITH
SHELLS FROM SHIPS
OUT AT SEA
Amsterdam, Sept. 25. British war warships
ships warships again bombarded Zebrugge to today.
day. today. The flashes of the guns of three
ships were seen from the Dutch coast.
EVIDENCE ALL IN
FOR THE STATE IN THE TRIA',
OF MENDENHALL AT
Clearwater, Sept. 25. The state
closed its case this morning in the
trial of J. J. Mendenhall, charged
with the murder of Mrs. Bessie Eliot
and her daughter Susie. The motion
of the defense for a verdict, of ac acquittal
quittal acquittal because of an alleged defective
indictment was denied.
MONEY WILL REWARD
THE BRIGHT MIND
W hich Suggests the Most Appropriate
Name for Ocala's New Club
With twenty-five charter members
present, Ocala's newest club met last
night for the purpose of ratifying its
constitution and the election of offi officers.
cers. officers. The purposes of the new organiza organization
tion organization are to promote good feeling
among local business men; to attract
new citizens to Ocala and Marion
county; to co-operate with other or organizations
ganizations organizations for the advancement of
Ocala's interests; to secure as much
favorable publicity as possible for
Ocala, and to suppress knockers and
Only one member of each business
house in the city will be eligible to
membership, and no member shall be
under the age of 21 nor over the age
Politically the club is absolutely
neutral and the discussion of local is
sues in the club is prohibited.
The present membership of the
club is made up of the livest and
most progressive of the city's young
element, and, with the perfection and
strengthening of the organization, a
great deal of good may be accom accomplished.
plished. accomplished. Having failecr to agree upon a name
for the organization the club decided
to offer a prize of five dollars for a
name which will meet the approval of
the club. Contestants for the prize
are required to file their suggestions
with Secretary Bunyan Stephens be before
fore before the next meeting night, October
5th, when a name for the new club
will be selected. The name must not
contain the word "Booster."
No. 71 Leave Palatka, 7:30 a. m.,
arrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1:05 p. m.;
arrive Palatka, 5:25 p. m.
Those cakes made at Carter's Bak Bakery
ery Bakery under the name "DELICIOUS"
are everything that the name indi
cates. Six flavors made fresh every
day and put up in 10c packages. Ac
cept no other. tf
YIELDING 111 THE NORTH TO VOII
THAT AUSTRO-GERMANY WILL
Washington, Sept. 25 United
States Ambassador Penfield at Vienna
has been instructed to make clear to
the Austro-Hungarian government
the United States must insist upon
the recall of the Austrian ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador to this country, Dr. Dumba. His
departure on "a leave of absence" is
not satisfactory, as it would leave him
still accredited. Messages received by
the state department from Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Penfield indicate that Austria
misunderstands the United States
wishes, as it is intimated that Austria
might recall Dr. Dumba on leave and
desires his safe conduct. Dr. Dumba
notified the state department later
and asked for safe conduct. Nothing
has been done yet.
HAS BEEN SIGNED
AH Legal Formalities Preceding the
Work Have Been Carried Out
The contract between the city of
Ocala and Bryan & Co. of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville for the construction of Ocala's
sewer system has been signed by
President Meffert, of the council, May Mayor
or Mayor J. D. Robertson and H. C. Sistrunk,
city clerk, and the Bryan Co., and
the work will now proceed in a hurry,
as soon as the sewer pipe arrive, sev several
eral several carloads of it having already been
shipped from Chattanooga. Mr. H. G.
Bryan, of the firm of Bryan & Co., is
in the city and will have charge of
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCn
Sunday school at 9:45 a. m., L. M.
Murray superintendent. Organized
Bible classes for men and women.
Now is the time to enlist for young
and old, all together studying the
word of God.
. Rev. John R. Herndon, the pastor,
will preach at 11 a. m. on "The Gideon
Type of Christian." There will be good
music and a cordial welcome to all
who will worship with us. In the
evening the pastor will preach at a
union service held at the First Meth
odist church at 7:30 p. m. The pub
lic is cordially invited io both these
KILLED AT SUMMERFIELD
A negro by the name of Joshua
was killed at Summerfield last night,
or rather before daylight this morn morning,
ing, morning, in the store of H. J. Wall lb Son.
Some one had been breaking into and
stealing things out of the store, and
the proprietors determined to put a
stop to it. Last night it was agreed
that one of the firm remain on watch
in the rear of the store until mid midnight,
night, midnight, when he would be relieved by
the other. Shortly after the morn morning
ing morning watch, four negro men, who aft afterwards
erwards afterwards proved to be the four Joshua
brothers, entered the store and when
all were inside and helping them
selves to the stock, Mr. J. L. Wall
ordered them to throw up their hands
and surrender. A break was made
for liberty and Mr. Wall fired, killing
one of the brothers. One escaped and
he captured two others, Solomon and
Watley Joshua, who were brought to
town this morning. An affidavit was
made against them by Mr. Wall and
they were locked up to await a hear
Advertise in the Star.
AMERICANS AT PROGRESSO MAY ROUSE
EVEII THIS ADMII1ISTRATI0I1
Washington, Sept. 25. The possi possibility
bility possibility of American troops crossing
the Rio Grande, to deal with Mexican
raiders is talked of here as a result
of yesterday's fight between United
States soldiers and Mexicans near
Progresso, Texas. One soldier was
killed and an officer wounded. Four
Mexicans, perhaps more, were shot.
An incident adding seriousness to
the situation in the eyes of war de department
partment department officials, was the fact re reported
ported reported by General Funston that sev several
eral several hundred uniformed Mexicans
covered the retreating raiders.
"LOCKING THE DOOR"
Brownsville, Sept. 23. Strong
army patrols are stationed along ev every
ery every foot of "the Rio Grande near Pro Progresso.
gresso. Progresso. The raiders, numbering
eighty, are said to have escaped safe safely
ly safely into the interior of Mexico. Peace
officers and citizens have renewed
precautions for the protection of iso isolated
lated isolated settlements and ranches.
DENY IT, OF COURSE
Washington, Sept.' 25. General
Nafarrato wired the Carranza agency
here that there were no Carranza
troops engaged in the Progresso
VILLA'S MEN QUITTING
Laredo, Texas, Sept. 25. Many de detached
tached detached bands of Villa soldiers are sur
rendering to the Carranza forces
marching against Torreon, it was re reported
ported reported by General Obreon to the Car
ranza authorities at Neuvo Laredo to today.
day. today. ISOLATED" RANCH ATTACKED
Brownsville, Sept. 25. J. C. Mc-
Allen, the millionaire ranchman, and
his woman cook -yesterday fought off
a band of fourteen Mexicans who at attacked
tacked attacked the ranch house, in Hidalgo
county. Two bandits were killed and
three wounded during the fight.
Fort King Camp Will Form a Degree
Fort King Camp, W. O. W., met
last evening in semi-monthly session
and though the attendance was not as
large as might have been expected,
an excellent meeting was held. Fol
lowing the business session .the camp
introduced three candidates into the
mysteries of the order. Although they
found the thickets and byways of the
forest numerous and very hazardous
to traverse, all of them successfully
penetrated it. The candidates in instructed
structed instructed in the work at last evening's
session were J. D. Wilkes, Charles
Mills and E. C. Green.
Several members of the Reddick
camp were guests of the local lodge.
Since the weather is growing cooler
the officers of Fort King Camp look
forward to having a larger attendance
at these semi-monthly sessions.
A movement was started to form a
degree team. Several attempts to
make up a team have started and
stopped, but it is believed this one
will be a success. The committee to
work, on the team consists of Chas.
E. Harris, chairman, D. E. Busier and
J. D. Wilkes, and they intend to hus hustle
tle hustle the other members into line.
The next meeting of the camp will
be held on Friday October 8, and it
is hoped that each member will make
an especial effort to attend.
NICHOLS AND IGOU
HAVE PUT IN A CORN MILL
Messrs. Nichols & Igou have put in
a big corn sheller, grinder and feed
mixer at their big barn and feed sup
ply house on West Exposition street.
The machinery is operated by an elec electric
tric electric motor and will be used exclusive exclusively
ly exclusively to grind corn and feed and mix
them for use in the stables or for the
feed sales business. The mill will
soon pay for itself in the saving that
it will be to the firm, in being able to
save on freight alone on these ground
and mixed feeds.
We have just received our new
bean seed for the fall. planting; all
varieties. Ocala Seed Store. 8-11-tf
OCALA SHOULD BE
AT THE DIXIE IIIGIIWAY 3IEET 3IEET-ING
ING 3IEET-ING IN JAXSONVILLE SEP SEPTEMBER
TEMBER SEPTEMBER 28 AND 29
At the recent Board of Trade meet meeting
ing meeting action was taken to secure at
least 20 automobiles well filled to at attend
tend attend the Dixie Highway meeting in
Jacksonville, September 28 and 29.
Unless our people wake up, we may
not be on this highway. So far the
following parties with cars and those
who have not, but are willing to go
to the meeting have given us their
D. S. Welch, car.
R. F. Rogers, car.
R. S. Rogers, car.
George Rentz, car.
J. P. Theus, car.
D. E. Mclver, J. J. Guynn, W. D.
Cam, II. J. Ashley, R. T. Adam?,
Charles Goddard, C. H. Lloyd, Harvey
Clark, H. W. Tucker, R. B. Sanders.
Please telephone at once to 381 if
you will go'and swell the number, al also
so also kindly let us have your name so
all arrangements can be made by
Monday noon. Cars should be decor
ated with Penants and flags.
J. D. Rooney
J. D. Rooney, Secy. Board of Trade
OCALA SHOULD GET A MOVE ON
May Otherwise be Frozen Out at the
Dixie Highway Meeting
Editor Star: It seems if our peo people
ple people will only read yesterday's Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union they will see the importance of
the Dixie Highway meeting in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Sept. 28-29. Sit ye idle, no nobody
body nobody go to back up the Tallahassee
route and its good-bye to the central
or western route through Ocala.
Don't forget there is a special pro program
gram program and entertainment for the la ladies
dies ladies and Ocala should be well repre represented.
sented. represented. Hurry and phone your name to 381,
and when you will be ready to start.
J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
MR. SHUEY'S GRIST MILL
Mr. George Shuey is nearly ready
to start up his grist mill on the cor corner
ner corner of his residence lot on North
Lime street, near the Seaboard
tracks. Mr. Shuey has built a sub substantial
stantial substantial building for his mill and has
installed- the latest and best machin machinery,
ery, machinery, with a big electric motor to
operate it. Mr. Shuey has a corn
sheller, a feed grinder that will grind
anything including corn on the corn.
He has a feed mixer, a mill for grind grinding
ing grinding hominy or "grits" and an improv improved
ed improved meal grinder with imported rock
mill-stones. This mill has an at attachment
tachment attachment which blows a current of
cold air betwen the stones all the
time to keep them cool while grind grinding.
ing. grinding. It has a chaff remover anl a
bolter or sifter, so that the bran is all
removed from the meal, is desired.
Mr. Shuey will operate his mill every
day, when ready, which will be by
next Monday, and expects to be kept
quite busy. The big corn crop of
Marion county has certainly develop developed
ed developed the grinding of the product in
Ocala in a hurry.
All children are invited to be pres present
ent present at the missionary meeting of the
Junior League Sunday, September
26, at 3 o'clock.
Leader Mary Lane.
Theme "Big Business."
Song "Onward Christian Soldiers"
Bible Lesson I Sam. 17-32:47.
"Children at Work in Many
Lands," Mrs. C. G. Barnett.
Quartette "All for Jesus,"; Sam
Phillips, Ullainee Barnett, Edward
Cook, Mildred Crosby.
Roll call Memory verses.
Collection for missions.
Mr. J. R. Dey had his automobile
stolen -in Orlando on Tuesday evening.
A New Town
PL A IIT AT PHDSLIf.lE WILL SOOII BE READY TO UACIEC-
TURE THE PRODUCT
It certainly looks like business at
Phoslime, 18 miles north of Ocala on
the Seaboard Air Line railroad, the
new town site and plant of the Florida
Soft Phosphate and Lime Company.
Over 50 acres of land has been
cleared of heavy timber and stumps
where the new town is to come into
being. The grade for the switch and
spur track into the company's plant
and mine has been finished and is
ready for the rails, which will be laid
in a short time.
The new tool house, water tower
and bams are all ready and the big
drilled well, nearly 300 feet deep,
supplies a stream of inexhaustible
water, pure and wholesome.
AN UP-TO-DATE PLANT
The over-burden is now being re removed
moved removed from the large pit where
"Phoslime" is to be extracted for mar market
ket market as soon as the new plant is com completed.
pleted. completed. The plant is under way and
is being constructed, as well as all of
the other work done under contract,
by Messrs. Mclver & MacKay of
Ocala, the largest contractors in this
section who have built more phos phosphate
phate phosphate plants in the hard rock section
of the state than any other two firms
put together." :
The plant is to be modern in every
respect and will be completed and in
full operation in a short time. The
machinery has all been bought and
will be on the ground as soon as the
foundations and buildings are ready.
ORDER RECEIVED FROM. DR.
Without any advertising whatever
the company is receiving orders for
"Phoslime" and ground limestone
daily, and it will take fully three
months of operation to fill the orders
already booked. One order received
the first of the week was for a car carload
load carload of "Phoslime" to be shipped to
Dr. Harvey W. Wiley, the noted
chemist, at his Virginia home, which
U certainly a good recommendation
for this material. Another order re received
ceived received yesterday was from one of the
best known and most wealthy Georgia
citizens for fifty tons of "Phoslime"
and the orders which have been book booked
ed booked are from all over the state and
scattered through many of the south southern
ern southern states.
Work on the company's property is
being pushed forward as rapidly as
possible and has never ceased all
GREAT DEMAND FOR LIME
The growing demand for lime and
phosphate in the soil of the south, the
formulas this company has, its capital
to develop its property and its plan
of advertising assures it success from
the very first and the Florida Soft
Phosphate and Lime Company is
destined to do a great work, in the
estimation of this paper, as a soil
builder of our country, and is sure to
make good money for its investors.
OFFICES IN OCALA
The offices of the company are in
Ocala and Mr. W. S. Hilands, the
president, has been on the job all
summer, dividing his time between the
plant and the office.
A BIG PARTY
REACHED THE LAKE
Dr. and Mrs. J. E, Klock and son,
Mr. Harold Klock and daughter, Mrs.
J. J. Merrinon, with her three chil children,
dren, children, Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Lee and
daughter, of New Hampshire, and Mr.
Maynard Pray and Mr. Winters of
New York City, arrived at Eastlake
last night, having been in the White
Mountains of New Hampshire for the
summer, and will remain at the lake
till next spring. The party came
down on the Clyde line steamer yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon. Dr. Klock and Mr.
Lee own much valuable property 'at
the lake and will spend the winter
developing it. They expect a number
of investors down during the winter
who will become interested in the
1 1 3
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VOII PMII'S LETTER
GERMAN OFFICER DENIES THAT
HE APPLIED OFFENSIVE EX EXPRESSION
PRESSION EXPRESSION TO AMERICANS
San Francisco, Sept. 25. Captain
Franz von Papen, the military attache
of the German embassy at Washing-"
ton, who is visiting the exposition,
denied that the expression "idiotic
Yankees," said to have been contained
in the letter taken from the American
newspaper correspondent, John Archi Archibald,
bald, Archibald, by British authorities, referred
to the American people. He says ha
meant the publishers of a New York
paper that had been attacking the
embassy. The letter was to Captain
von Papen's wife. He said that if "the
entire letter had been published its
meaning would have been plain.
GOING TO MEXICO
It was announced that von Papen
and Prince von Hatzfeldt, counsellor
of the German, embassy, would go to
Mexico next Tuesday. Both were
silent as to their exact destination or
the object of their visit. ,it
IMPERIAL STEAM LAUNDHY :
Mr. George Pasteur has Bought the
Well Established and Growing ,
Mr. George Pasteur has purchased
the Imperial Steam Laundry, taking
over all of the other interests, tlx,'
Pasteur will take-charge of the bus business
iness business Monday morning and will be in
charge personally after that time.
'All of the force will be retaJaed as
now, and the new management will
go out after new business with a
Th.e Imperial Laundry has a good
plant, all new machinery of the latest
make, and has enjoyed a fine business
and turned out good work. llr. Pas Pasteur
teur Pasteur has been looking about for an
investment since returning to Ocala.
and considered this one of the beat
opportunities that he saw in or about
Mr. Pasteur is a good business man
and made a success of all his under undertakings.
takings. undertakings. He expects to give the laun laundry
dry laundry business his careful study and
the same close application that he
formerly gave his mercantile busi-.
ness, and feels quite sure of a good
SUNDAY SCHOOL RALLY DAY
Tomorrow week is Sunday school
rally day, and the business men's
class at the Methodist church prom promises
ises promises to get into training tomorrow for
the event by using the class slogan
"take one with you today." The class
now numbers upward of 125 and the
enthusiasts promise to make every
effort to make the 200 mark by Jan January
uary January first. The discussions on' the
lesson each Sunday are most interest interesting,
ing, interesting, and every meeting brings out a
new feature in the work.
OF INTEREST TO SnTPPET3
Daily Package Car is Running en the
Oklawaha Valley Railroad
A daily package car has been plac placed
ed placed in service between Jacksonville
and Ocala via the Florida, East Coast
Railway and the Oklawaha Valley
B. R. This car leaves Jacksonville at
the close of each day's business, arriv arriving
ing arriving in Ocala the following morning.
Immediate notice of arrival of freight
and efficient service will be given pa patrons.
trons. patrons. On Saturday and
pounds of sugar for 1, with cr.e dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of ether groceries, foe
cash. Smith Grocery. Co. Fhcca iZL iZ
OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
y. f J. II. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance 50
The Star does not believe that any
other nation on the face of the earth
would allow its people to be treated
as Mexicans are treating Americans
along the Mexican border.
At the present writing, it looks
like Mendenhall's attorneys intend to
claim that Miss Susie Eliot shot her herself
self herself and that Stemple set fire to the
car. If this line of defense is set
forth, it will cause people to wonder
what Mendenhall was doing at the
One of the very best features in any
daily paper in the state is that of the
Tampa Times in devoting an article
every day to "One Day's Develop Development
ment Development Items in Florida." Its some something
thing something that any business man who
reads the Times will naturally look at
Romeo is begging hard for a school,
butthe chances are not very bright
now that Bloxham is defeated.
Romeo item in the Dunnellon Advo Advocate.
cate. Advocate. The Marion county school board
should investigate this complaint at
once. Marion should give any com community
munity community as good as Bloxham would
give and better than Bloxham could
The unspeakable Tom Watson is
now viciously attacking the wife of
former Governor Slaton. His venom
does not spare the innocent woman
who was. in no sense connected with
the Frank case. Watson is a beast
who ought to be rebuked by all de decent
cent decent Georgians. Tampa Tribune.
We print the foregoing in hope it
may reach the eye of the person who
sent the Star an anonymous letter
this morning. If "A Reader" knew
the general opinion of the American
press of Tom Watson, it would throw
him into a fever.
Ocala will have a huge packing
house this season. A. E. Barnes will
be manager of the local association,
which will affiliate with the Florida
Citrus Exchange. Mr. Barnes came
from California three years ago. His
first season was in the position of
general inspector, the next year he
was at DeLand and last year at Au Au-burndale.
burndale. Au-burndale. He is a crackerjack, and
Ocala is in luck to get him. Florida
And he thinks he is in luck to get
Its very important indeed that a
large delegation go from Ocala to
the good roads meeting in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville next week. A few weeks ago,
the little town of Perry sent a large,
imposing delegation to Lakeland, and
that crowd obtained what it wanted.
We wish our more pretentious town
would in this particular show half the
zeal of its little neighbor up among
the Taylor county pines. There is a
move on foot to cut this entire section
of Florida out from the Dixie High Highway,
way, Highway, and it is the duty of Ocala and
Gainesville as the two largest towns
on the route to head it off. Lake
county is going to do its share, and
other counties are going to be well
represented in Jacksonville. It will
be bad for the entire state if the Flor Florida
ida Florida end of the Dixie Highway is to be
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Solid Pint 25c
X Moderate Prices on all kinds
Broadway and 14th Street.
EW YORK CITY
A. Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European Plans.
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance .80
confined to the East Coast Route.
That section is pretty in places, but
some of it is the most godforsaken
looking land in the south, and for
combined usefulness and beauty it
can't compare with Central Florida.
The Star beseeches our autoists to
get a move on them and prepare to go
to Jacksonville in force next Tuesday.
A man who would try to obtain
public office in this state because he
belonged to any particular church
would promptly be sat down on by the
members of the other churches and
the more enlightened members of his
own. On the same line of reasoning,
which is good Americanism, a man
who seeks to attain public office by
attacking any particular church
should be squelched by the really
Christian members of all; also, by the
large number of citizens who don't
belong to any church and who resent
being dragged into denominational
The Star has received the copy of
a proclamation by Governor Tram Tram-mell,
mell, Tram-mell, setting aside Sunday, Oct. 3, as
Sunday School Rally Day in the state
of Florida. The Star highly approves
of people going to Sunday school. It
is an almost indispensable part of an
American child's education, and a
custom that is good for the grown grownups
ups grownups to keep in practice. There is a
fresh cleanliness of thought inculcat inculcated
ed inculcated by a well conducted Sunday school
that is soothing and helpful to all;
even to an unbeliever. But the Star
doesn't believl in governors of states
setting aside Sunday school days or
other religious days. Its mostly
political bunk on their part, and it
tends toward union of church and
state, which is" always bad for the
church, the state and all the people.
At the late Board of Trade meet meeting,
ing, meeting, Secretary Rooney offered to dec decorate
orate decorate any car which might be contri contributed
buted contributed by its patriotic owner to rep represent
resent represent the board at the good roads
meeting in Jacksonville next week.
One of the biggest, finest cars in
Ocala should be devoted to this pur purpose.
pose. purpose. Mr. Rooney has the bunting
and the other articles for decoration,
and the car, well filled with represen representative
tative representative men, would be a great boost for
John D. Rockefeller Jr. is out in
Colorado, mingling with the men
who work his mines, going to their
balls and parties and making the ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance of their wives and daugh daughters.
ters. daughters. He is finding them to be very
good people and they seem to like
him. If he had gone out to Colorado
a couple of years ago, when the trou trouble
ble trouble began, and met the miners face
to face, it is likely that Ludlow and
its attendant horrors would have been
averted. The Star has no doubt that
Mr. Rockefeller is a good American
citizen and wants to do the square
thing by his employes. The trouble
has been t caused by the middlemen
and the bureaucrats who stand be between
tween between him and the workers.
At the meeting of the Board of
Trade Thursday evening, the St.
Johns river, Salt Lake and Indian
river route was indorsed as the official
inland water section in Florida for
If S 11 llibCSi
Fresh Fish and Meat
10 SECOND STREET
American Plan, $2 per Day,
and up .
European Plan, $1 per Day
the Boston to Key West intracoastal
canal. The Star has had several ar articles
ticles articles endorsing this route. It would
be by the St. Johns from its mouth to
a point about 25 miles southeast of
Sanford, then by a canal, easy to cut,
of about five miles into the Indian
river. Its the natural route, as near nearly
ly nearly all of it is already available for big
b6ats. It connects with the Okla Okla-waha,
waha, Okla-waha, the Wekiva and several other
of the larger inland rivers, which in intersect
tersect intersect a large portion of Central
Florida, and by another short and
easily cut canal will connect with the
Withlacoochee and other streams run running
ning running into the gulf. The East Coast
canal, cut by the state at vast ex
pense, .is proving of little use, and at
its best could not serve one-tenth of
the people who live in touch with the
St. John3 route. This route was also
indorsed by the Orlando board of
trade at a meeting held Wednesday
MIGHT UNMIX IT
At the Board of Trade meeting
Thursday night, the plan of locating
the water works at Silver Springs
was mentioned, but its discussion was
opposed because some members
thought that it might tend to further
mix the already complicated situation.
Its the Star's opinion that a move
ment to put the works at the springs
might unmix and straighten out the
matter. Its a large proposition, but
it is free from the entangling local
issues that are connected with all the
other sites, and one possible result
might be that it would be large
enough for all to get together on it.
The Star knows for a certainty that
many of our biggest and most enter enterprising
prising enterprising men are in favor of locating
the plant at the springs. It knows
that the offer of the Carmichaels for
land for docks and recreation grounds
is one such as is not likely to ever
again be made to this city. It knows
that Silver Springs is Ocala's great greatest
est greatest asset, and if the people do not im
prove it for their own use it will not
be long before private interests will
take it away from them.
Suppose we have a mass meeting at
the courthouse some night soon, drop
all our little petty differences and
try to decide on what is the best for
our entire city's permanent good. We
will never get anywhere pulling
against each other or trying to pro promote
mote promote little private schemes.
PRAYERS IN COURT
The innovation introduced by Judge
Reave in Pinellas, of opening court
with prayer, has brought the follow following
ing following from that original genius, Rube
Judge O. K. Reaves has introduced
an innovation in court procedure by
having its sessions opened with
prayer. Wishy-washy sentimentalists
pretend to approve this, but we fail
to hear any approval for it by men
who speak frankly to each other.
Prayer does not belong in American
jurisprudence. It is a purely religious
observance. We do not accept aliens
as citizens because of their belief or
non-belief in the' efficacy of prayer.
Therefore people of all religions or
no religion are accepted as citizens.
We do not therefore believe it will in inspire
spire inspire confidence in the justice of a
court when non-praying men are com
pelled to bow in hypocritical obeis obeisance
ance obeisance to a deity they do not believe
in, in a country which allows absolute
liberty of choice in the matter. Es Especially
pecially Especially in a court room is prayer out
of place where every constitutional
right is sought, where life and liberty
are at stake, and where exact justice
is sought without sentimental or other
bias. We well remember a case in
Pembina county, North Dakota, many
years ago, where a young Austrian,
nine days after landing In the United
States, was accused of murdering his
friend. He could not speak English
and his foreign looks and manners
were prejudicial against him. The
prosecuting attorney was a praying
man. The jury were all praying men
who had come across from Canada
and settled in North Dakota. The
defending attorney was a jolly good
fellow, took a drink with the boys
occasionally, played a good hand at
double synch or poker, and was there therefore
fore therefore not much trusted by this pray
ing jury. The prosecuting attorney in
his final address to the jury depart
mg from the evidence related a won wonderful
derful wonderful story of-how this boy undoubt
edly murdered his friend to obtain
the friend's wife and when the jury
retired they knelt down in -prayer
and in a few minutes brought in a
verdict of. guilty of murder in the
first degree with a recommendation
to mercy. He got life imprisonment.
In the meantime a deputy sheriff got
a confession of guilt from prisoners
also Austrians who had been held as
witnesses. Both these attorneys be became
came became district judges, and the prose prosecuting
cuting prosecuting attorney was elected to the
state supreme court. It took nine
years to get this boy out of the pen penitentiary.
itentiary. penitentiary. In North Dakota the su supreme
preme supreme court justice is also on the
pardon board by virtue of his office
and this judge always opposed the
pardon, thus upholding his charge in
the trial court. This deputy sheriff
worked with religious zeal for those
nine years to free this boy he knew to
be innocent. It became a political
matter and notwithstanding the ef efforts
forts efforts of the Austrian consul, the
Catholic bishop and others who pro produced
duced produced every minute detail of a clean
life in the various pleas for pardon it
was always denied. And it finally
was because Rube Allyn butted it on
this thing the ex-deputy said it was
in answer to his prayers to God that
I was sent to him you see he believ believed
ed believed in prayer but not in praying
juries and because it was my good
fortune to have the ear of honest edi editors
tors editors in the state wno could have ruin ruined
ed ruined all the crooked politicians in the
state in twenty-four hours that this
boy got hi.-? liberty just before the
scandal broke out. We noticed that
Judge Kneeshaw, of North Dakota,
was registered in Bradentown for a
while last winter. If he returns this
winter we will have him tell Judge
Reaves this story it is a very long
one and he will possibly conclude
that prayers in a criminal court do
not always become the handmaidens
SERMON FOR SCHOOL
TEACHERS AND SCHOLARS
The pastor of the Baptist church
for several years past has made it a
practice to preach a sermon on the
Sunday before the opening "of the
public schools on some subject of spe special
cial special interest to school children and
their parents. Accordingly, the ser services
vices services for Sunday morning have been
planned with this custom in view. We
are especially desirous of reaching
just as large a number of the pupils
as possible. We may be able to
make the work of the school year
more helpful and more pleasant to
some one. At least that is our aim.
A cordial invitation is extended to all
to attend the Sunday morning ser services.
vices. services. There will be no services at night
on account of the recognition ser services
vices services at the Methodist church in honor
of the Rev. Jno. R. Herndon, pastor
of the Presbyterian church.
SUNDAY SERVICES AT
THE BAPTIST CHURCn
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
An attendance of 225 is necessary
to beat the average for last Septem September.
ber. September. Come! Bring one!
11 a. m. Preaching by the pastor,
Rev. Bunyan Stephens.
Topic: The Power of Obedience. It
is hoped that a large number of school
children will be present.
7:30 p. m. Union service at the
Methodist church in recognition of
the Rev. Jno. R. Herndon, pastor of
the Presbyterian church.
Special music will be rendered by
the combined choirs.
You will be welcomed.
SUNDAY SERVICES AT
THE METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Preaching, 11 a. m.
Junior League, 3 p.m.
Senior League, 4 p. m.
The service at 7:30 p. mfl will be a
union service as a welcome to Dr.
Herndon, the new pastor of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church. Dr. Herndon will
All cordially, invited.
J. M. Gross, Pastor.
ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS
This office will make close prices
on sets of tickets for orange packers
for the coming season. Write us for
samples and prices.
d&w tf The Ocala Star.
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,
that originated in the
THE DRINK of the
South which has nov,
spread to all parts of
the United States'and
? Ocala Coca-Cola
l Bottling Works f
Mcintosh, Sept. 22. The Mcintosh
high school opened this week, with a
good enrollment. Prof. Miller of
Fairfield and Miss Appie Redditt of
Citra, are the teachers.
Miss Lois Dickson and Mi Myrtle
Granger have gone to Lake City to
college; Miss Louise Norsworthy to
Tallahassee, and Mr. Banks Flewellen
to Gainesville, all leaving this week.
Among the arrivals this week was
Miss Bobbie Baldwin, from Georgia,
where she had been visiting.
Mrs. J. A. Murrell is at Orange
Springs for two weeks. On Sunday
Mr. Murrell and family accompanied
by a carload of admirers visited Or Orange
ange Orange Springs, enjoying the cool
breezes una a swim in the refreshing
Mr. M. G. Bateman is doing about
in his Mogul, the International trac traction
tion traction motor. Last week he used it to
cut up a piece of velvet bean land for
Mr. W. R. Brown, while this week he
has been a sing it for Mr. G. A. Flew Flewellen,
ellen, Flewellen, dragging off stumps, some of
which are estimated to weigh at least
te ntons, and at present is running a
cutaway harrow. This motor runs on
kerosene, starting with gasoline until
the engines becomes hot.
The next meeting of the North Ma
rion Board of Trade will be held on
Sept. 26th. This organization is not
for Mcintosh alone, but for the good
of the surrounding towns as well.
Though very young, it has among its
members citizens of Orange Lake,
Reddick and Fairfield.
There is some talk of a town news
paper here, but we wonder what will
become of the several publishers of
Gossip if this comes to pass.
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Ceiling in Quality
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ACCOUNT G. A. R. ENCAMPMENT
Tickets Bold SEPrEMBER 23, 26, and 27 with final limit to reach the
original starting point October 15th.
For further information call on any A. C.'L. ticket agent or J. G. Kirk Kirk-land,
land, Kirk-land, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa, Florida.
Cash Must Accompany Order
Winter Haven --
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tnis is our
Manufactured for "the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Eeini?
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding;
can not wear cr tear. Call and set
it do the wmiL.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Mala SL g
Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 23, 1913
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AA A T A A AnV AT A TITTI A TTA 2
(II you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
Our Evening Thought
Let this day be a day of kind words
and helpful deeds. Resolve that these
last September davs shall live on;
through the years to come and that
their fragrance shall be like the ling lingering
ering lingering sweetness of the last rose of
summer, perfuming all the air around
it. If you have a kind word, say it.
Throbbing hearts soon sink to rest. If
we owe a kindness, pay it. Life's sun
hurries to the west. Anonymous.
Dr. J. E. Chace and son Master
James Chace returned last evening
from a fortnight's trip to New York
Miss Annie Shockley of Lowell,
came in. today to be in readiness for
school opening Monday. Miss Shock Shock-ley
ley Shock-ley will make her home with Mrs.
McClymonds this winter.
Miss Isabelle Mays of Tallahassee,
principal of the Dunnellon high school,
passed through the city Thursday en
route to Dunnellon, where she will be
located all winter.
Miss Louise Booe left for Dunnel Dunnellon
lon Dunnellon today, where she will have a posi position
tion position in the high school of that city.
Mrs. J. Carstens and sister, Miss
Sara Agnew, have returned to the
city from a few days spent with
friends at North Lake Weir.
Mr. and Mrs. II. C. Jones and little
son Herbert, returned today from a
week's automobile trip to Daytona.
Members of one of the largest pic picnic
nic picnic parties of the season enjoyed a
swim and supper al Silver Springs
Friday afternoon when Mrs. S. II.
Biitch and Mrs. Harris of Blitchton,
chaperoned several automobile loads
of congenial friends from that sec section.
tion. section. After dinner the party came to
Ocala to witness the pictures at the
Temple, motoring home by moonlight,
thoroughly delighted with the after afternoon's
noon's afternoon's outing.
Mrs. T. J. Killebrew entertained
eight of her young school friends last
night. This was the first meeting the
girls have had together since their
summer vacations and it proved a
very jolly affair, each one telling of
their trips and experiences this sum summer.
mer. summer. Cards and dancing were in indulged
dulged indulged in. At a late hour light re refreshments
freshments refreshments were served. Those enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying the evening with Mrs. Killebrew,
were Misses Theo Beckham, Gladys
Osborne, Sidney Perry, Callie Gissen Gissen-daner,
daner, Gissen-daner, Louise Rentz, Agnes Burford,
Nettie Camp, Leslie Jackson, Emma
Perry and Louise Spencer.
Misses Mary Uyfield and Christine
Hannah were hostesses Wednesday
evening to a number of their young
friends at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George Pollock on Beach Drive, com complimenting
plimenting complimenting Earl Forts, who left yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Asheville, N. C, and also
Marshall Ramsaur, who will spend the
winter in the city. The home was
prettily decorated and the evening
was most enjoyablly spent in dancing
and games. St. Petersburg Times,
Mrs. M. M. Little and children, who
have been occupying a cotage at As
sembly Beach, St. Augustine, for the
last six weeks, have returned home
after a delightful stay at that most
pleasant and healthful resort.
Misses Sidney Perry, Leslie Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Theo Beckham, Agnes Burford,
Louise Rentz, Louise Spencer, Lillian
Smith, Birdie Smith and Callie Gis Gis-sendaner,
sendaner, Gis-sendaner, chaperoned by Mrs. Jim
Johnson, compose a merry crowd
spending today at Silver Springs,
fishing, swimming, boating and pic picnicking.
nicking. picnicking. They left the city at dawn
this morning on an old fashioned hike,
walking to their destination in true
camp fire style, having the fun of
their young lives. At 10 o'clock they
were joined by a bunch of the boys
of the clique and the day was spent
in having the best of good times.
Mrs. M. P. Geiger, infant son and
sister, Miss Bertha Lee of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, will spend the winter at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Living Livingston
ston Livingston on Wenona street, having moved
in yesterday. Mrs. Geiger is one of
the teachers at the high school.
Mr. Bernard Koonce and LaGrange
Sistrunk have returned from a week's
stay at Salt Springs.
Complimenting Mrs. T. I. Arnold of
Jacksonville, Mrs. A. L. Izlar enter entertained
tained entertained a few friends at a five o'clock
tea yesterday afternoon at her home
on South Wenona street. Enjoying
this little affair were Mrs. Arnold,
Mrs. W. H. Cassels, Mrs. B. H. Sey Seymour
mour Seymour and Miss Nellie Stevens. Tea,
wafers and crystalized ginger were
served at a dainty table placed in the
sitting room. Mrs. Arnold is record recording
ing recording secretary of the Woman's Club of
Jacksonville, and is having a delight delightful
ful delightful visit here among friends.
Miss Blair Woodrow is the guest of
Mrs. C. S. Cullen and family for the
week-end, awaiting the arrival of her
parents from Woodmar on Monday,
when their pretty town house will be
opened again for their occupancy.
Miss Ruth Ervin and and Carlton
Ervin of Ocala are visiting their sis sister,
ter, sister, Miss Mary at W. F. Hughey's.
Mrs. George W. Martin entertained
a jolly crowd of little people yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon, honoring the fourth
birthday of her little grandson, Mas Master
ter Master Donald Wilson, who has been her
guest for some time. Master Donald
was a happy little man and assisted
by his mother and grandmother made
all the "fellows" and little lassies en enjoy
joy enjoy every minute of the afternoon, a
part of which was spent at the Tem Temple
ple Temple seeing the pictures, after which
all returned to Mrs. Martin's, where
ice cream and cake were served.
Miss Katherine Livingston will
study primary work this winter under
Miss Nellie Stevens, principal of the
Ocala primary school, and at the same
time be an assistant, having charge
of the observation work.
Miss Maude Alexander of Brooks-
ville, is the guest for several weeks
of her cousin, Mrs. Edward Helven-
ston and family at Daytona eBach.
Miss Ella Mendenhall, principal of
the North Ocala school, arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday from New York City, where
she has been a student at Columbia
University all summer. Miss Men Mendenhall
denhall Mendenhall returned by way of Eustis,
where she was joined by her mother,
who will spend the winter here with
her daughter at the residence of Mr.
and Mrs. Paul Durand.
Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss, Mr.
Albert Harriss and Miss Caroline
Harriss have returned from a week's
motor trip to Jacksonville and vicin vicinity,
ity, vicinity, which was greatly enjoyed.
A message received from Miss Bes Bessie
sie Bessie McKissack at her home in Fort
Gaines, Ga., this morning states that
on account of serious illness in their
family she will not be able to resume
her position at the Ocala high school
for a week, but hopes to be here the
latter part of next week.
Mrs. J. B. Ray and daughter, little
Miss Dorothy of Sanford, are visiting
Mrs. W. E. Smith and family for a
Miss Eugenia Fuller returned home
this afternoon from a summer spent
in Tennessee and Georgia.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire left
on the limited yesterday afternoon
for a visit of some weeks at their
former home in Chicago. They will
be joined later by their son, Mr. Tom
McGuire, who has been with a party
of friends on a yachting cruise in the
Great Lakes all summer.
Miss Tommy Abernathy came in
this afternoon from Pulaski, Term.,
to be in readiness for the opening of
school Monday. Miss Abernathy will
make her home for the winter with
Mrs. F. T. Schreiber and family of
Mrs. W. V. Newsom Jr. and little
daughter Mary, arrived home this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon from a long visit to her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. K. Taylor at
Pablo eBach and in Jacksonville.
m m m
The many friends of Dr. W. V.
Newsom will be pleased to learn that
he has so far recovered from his re recent
cent recent long and serious illness as to be
able to come down stairs each day
and take his accustomed place at the
family table for meals.
Mrs. Cecil Bryant was called to
Jacksonville yesterday afternoon to
the bedside of her little niece. Bertha
Weigel, who is, we are sorry to -learn,
Miss Eloise Henry of Oklawaha will
be the guest for the winter at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Woodrow,
while in attendance upon the Ocala
Miss Elizabeth Mizelle, of Orange
Lake, will make her home this winter
with Mrs. S. S. Duvall on Fort King
Mrs. W. T. Gary and family return returned
ed returned home this afternoon from a week's
visit to Lake Weir.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and daughter
Merris, who have just left Boston,
where they spent two weeks, for
Providence, R, I., from whence they
will sail for Jacksonville in a few
days, witnessed the great Odd Fel Fellows,'
lows,' Fellows,' parade in Boston a few days
ago, when 25,000 members were in
line with 12 bands and tens of thou-
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Three reel Edison, featuring Mabel Turnelle and Bigelow Cooper.'
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ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO ir.30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
sands of spectators were lined up
along the route of the parade. Odd
Fellows came from all over the New
England states to attend the gather gathering
ing gathering and participate in the parade.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and son,
Master Clarence, returrved home yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon from a month's ab absence
sence absence in Baltimore, Franklin and
Richmond, VaM where they have en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a round of visits to friends and
Mr. D. W.Tompkins and daughter,
"Miss Irene Tompkins, will arrive to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, from Atlanta. Mrs. Tomp Tompkins
kins Tompkins expects to spend some time in
Waynesville, N. C, before returning
The L. T. L. gold medal contest
will take place this evening at the
Methodist church at 8 o'clock with
Misses Alice Colbert, Louise Murphy,
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WE M AME A STOP Y IF FIT
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F you will visit our store and look over our stock carefully, you will find that we have gotten
together as complete aline of groceries as you will find in Florida. You will also, find that we
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 figst Royal Scarlet Brand. We have
no shoddy goods in our store, for as the old saying goes, "They are cheap at half the price." Look ?
li l i J? sf iZ? 1TJT n n n T""" IT TT t "1 1 A
over tnis list oi M"fc.jriL z ir iE-Mi a.j-&.u-izr2 goou ouiy uji
ot TmrTl TTTTMM A W flTln. SDWT And send us
Lucile Murphy, Gladys Byrd, Clara
Curry, Messrs. Turner Colbert,. Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Stroman and William LXerke as",
contestants. This contest promises to
be most spirited and interesting and
it is hoped that a Large attendance
will be in evidence for the exercises.
Mrs. George Green and children ar arrived
rived arrived this afternoon from Boston,
where they have been spending the
summer, and will be at home in their
cottage near the high "school.
Mrs. Loderick M. Jones, of Hill
ed geville, Ga., is the guest of her. sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. Port V. Leavengood, at her'
home on South Sanchez street.
Miss Mary Connor, after seeing
her Ocala School of Music start ofT,
returned this afternoon to Gainesville.
Mrs. Roy Fuller has returned fro a
a visit to her relatives in Alabama.
Mrs. J. C Bunkley, who fcas been
the guest of her sister, Mrs. E. P.
Rent zand family, for a fortnight, mil
leave tomorrow for her home in
Arabi, Ga. Mrs. Bunkley came espe especially
cially especially to visit her sister, who has been
quite indisposed for some time and it
U a matter of sincere regret that she
much, in obedience to her physician's
orders, remain confined to her bed for
some weeks longer.
Mr. C. II. Dame is spending the
week-end with his family, paving re returned
turned returned yesterday frpm a business
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In pound prints. The price is low,
ig CASH Bargains
GREEN COFFEE, a good one, costs
you 20c per pound any- O?
where, on these days, lb. J
FLAVO ROASTED COFFEE Get
some of this while it lasts. It
can't stay here long at
this trice. per pound .
The list given below is picked at random from our stock,. Come to our store and see what we have to offer
SARDINES a la ROYANS, SARDINES a la VATEL, DEVILED SARDINES, FRENCH SARDINES, NOR NORWAY
WAY NORWAY SMOKED SARDINES, PATE de FOIE GRAS, ANTIPASTO RUSSIAN CAVIAR, ANCIIOIES, FIN FINNAN
NAN FINNAN IIADDIE, SMOKED HALIBUT.
CHEDDAR CHEESE, XIIESIRE 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 & BLACKWELL'S
MARJAROM and PARSLEY, HARVEY'S SAUCE, HORTON'S H. P. SAUCE. BRAND'S A-l SAUCE, CROS CROSSE
SE CROSSE & BLACKWELL'S IMPERIAL RELISH.
PERLZWIEBELN, MAJOR GREY'S CHUTNEY, BENGAL CLUB CHUTNEY, POTTED YARMOUTH
BLOATERS. ANCHOVY PASTE, CURRIE POWDER, CAPERS, FRENCH MARRONS, MINT SAUCE, LIQUID
RENNET, JUNKET TABLETS, MINT CHERRIES, CRYSTALLIZED CHERRIES, CRYSTALLIZED GIN GINGER,
GER, GINGER, 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, ANOLA SUGAR WAFERS, FAMOUS GINGER WAFERS and hundreds
of other things TOO NUMEROUS TO MENTION.
Fine Hams, smoked
Every one GUARANTEED
and tender or your
money back, per pound
(With a dollar purchase or over we
will sell you one only peck for 20c.)
per peck 22c
LARD COMPOUND XL 10c
Prices CASH Only
PffiE LEAF 1MB E
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,
rvcQ than the ones vou bake.
fine for Boil-
inf?t per lb.
Nice little shoulders that are
Smoked to suit your taste, per lb
Give Us Your Order
No. 2 Tins, on these
No. 3 tins on these
One Dozen No. 3 tins on
these davs for
No. 2 tins VAN CAMP'S RED KID
NEY BEANS, on these days
at ner tin
No. 3 ''-tins HUNT BRAND PIE
PEACHES, on these days f f
at, per tin X vfC
No. 3 tins VAN CAMP'S BIG HOM HOMINY,
INY, HOMINY, on these days at per Q
No. 3 tins VAN CAMP'S SAUEK
KRAUT, on these days at
10c bottles WHITE FOA3I HOUSE HOUSEHOLD
HOLD HOUSEHOLD AMMONIA, at per
bottle, only Oi
25c bottles WHITE FOAM HOUSE HOUSEHOLD
HOLD HOUSEHOLD AMMONIA, at per OOr
3 Five cent cakes HAMMER LAUN-
DRY SOAP on the above -t f"
dates for only Awi
1 Dozen 5c cakes HAMMER LAUN LAUNDRY
DRY LAUNDRY SOAP, on the above OC OC-dates,
dates, OC-dates, for only JJ
All that was mortal of Mrs. Fanny
West, better known as "Aunt Fanny,
was laid to rest Sunday afternoon at
Kendrlck, after suffering a Ions and
Rer. Buny&n Stephens of Ocala con conducted
ducted conducted an impressive funeral service
at the Methodist church, and the
choir sang several appropriate hymns.
One was by special request of the de deceased.
ceased. deceased. "Saved By Grace."
Mrs. West was ixjrn at Lyiesvllle,
Anson county. North Carolina.. Com Coming
ing Coming to Florida with relatlres, the was
happily married to Capt. West of
Lake Weir, to whom she was ever
faithful, loving and deToted until he
was called to pass through the dark
curtain, which separates mortal life
from the great unknown.
Her declining days were spent at
Fort King, coming here several years
ago to be with an invalid sister, Mrs.
Parker, who preceded her to that
land beyond Just two years ago.
Mrs. West was 65 years of age, and
since early childhood had been a
faithful member of the Baptist
church, and until her health failed
her entirely was an earnest Sunday
Dear. Aunt Fanny, how we lored
her. Patient, endurine and losz suf
fering. A friend in need and a friend
Indeed. The announcement of her
death will cause a panz of sorrow to
fill the hearts of all who knew her.
We extend our heartfelt sympathy
to the three nephews, the Barker
brothers. Just a little while of pa
tient awiting. and we shall Join her
in that land where parting Is no more.
There's a deep, silent rirer Co win r
. And its waters ar dark and wide.
But faith sees a light, yes, a beacon
Just down at the rirer's side.
O'er Its dark, rooming waters, frora
the unseen shore,
Angel fcands in their beauty glide.
And they bear us away to pie realms
To the light on the other side.
Many dear ones now gathered safe
before the throne.
Dipped their wings in the mystic
Passed over the deep, where they do
Into the life on the other elde.
To the deep, silent rirer we may one
And pass o'er its waters wide;
Bat happy well be, if by faith we sea
A light at the riTer'a side.
Gmsc & Sanborn's High Grade
TEA and COFFEE
O. K. Teapot Grocery
The Famous ROYAL SCARLET
The Ocala Temple Lcie Ko. 23
Pythian Sisters, meets everv Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Ci.stle IlalL vrtst
of courthouse. Vititir. j members are
cordially invited to mejt with ua.
Lena Tcmpkirs, IL IL C
Kate XL IIwtlL XL E.
OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 25, 1915
germs expelled from
Twenty-four hours after -you start to
take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery,
covery, Discovery, poisonous matter and blood
impurities begin to leave your body
through the liver, bowel3, kidneys and
It brings new activity to the liver,
stomach and bowels in a short time,
thus causing Ballowness, indigestion and
constipation to disappear.
Good blood means good health; good
health means strong men and women,
full of vigor and ambition, with minds
alert and muscles ever willing. Any
medicine dealer will supply you with
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
in either liquid or tablet form.
Plant City, Fla. "Six months ago we
had a rain that lasted for quite a while
and water would remain under our house
for three weeks at a time. From the
dampness and from getting wet in the
rain I contracted La Grippe which pro produced
duced produced a very low, run-down condition
and I got bo tired it seemed like I could
never get rested. I was not able to work,
did not have any appetite, and was eo
nervous that I could not hold a pin or a
needle. Could not sleep sound would
just dose off, and what little sleep I got
did not do me any good. I can say in all
truth that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical
Discovery was what put me on my feet.
I have never stopped praising it to others.
Mrs. J. W. Williams, Plant City, Fla.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR
Judge D. S. Williams came in this
afternoon from his summer vacation
spent with his children at Syracuse,
A new line of high grade stationery
in all the latest styles and cuts at
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
summer drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf,
Big supply of silver skin Bermuda I
. i T:..j.r l
onion sets just receivea. .Dining
Co., 410 N. Magnolia street. 18-6t
Sweet pea and nasturtium seed
just in. Bitting & Co., 410N. Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. 17-6t
Generally fair tonight and Sunday,
except probably showers on the east
and south coasts.
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
j 1 OR SALE Five chair barber shop.
known as "17 Barber Shop", establish established
ed established 15 years. Street cigar and shine
stand in connection. Owner wants to
engage in other business; price rea reasonable.
sonable. reasonable. Address Ed. Gross. West
jPalm Beach, Fla. 25-t.
Our new Irish potatoes for fall
planting are now in. Ocala Seed
FOR RENT Five room cottage for
rent, 708 South Sanchez street. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Baxter Cam. 2o-15-tf
NO CHARGE FOR THIS BOOK.
Send three dime (or stamps) to pay for
wrapping and mailing and enclose this
notice, and Dr. Pierce of the Invalids'
Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., will send you a
revised copy of his "Common Sense
Medical Adviser," in cloth binding, 1008
pages, with color plates. Just what you
need in case of sickness or accident.
Treats of Physiology, Anatomy, Sex prob problems,
lems, problems, Marriage relations, Hygiene, Exer Exercise,
cise, Exercise, Disease.
On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Mr. Harold Klock came up this aft
ernoon from Eastlake and will ar
range for board at the dormitory,
while attending the Ocala high school
CREPE DECH It
Automobile for exchange for real
estate. Car is five-passenger Buick;
electric lighted, in good condition.
Address, Exchange, care Star. 13-12t
A full line of loose leaf ledgers,
note bocks and memorandums al
ways on hand at Gerig's. tf
We will put on sale sever several
al several hundred yards of
Crepe de Chine
40-inches wide at only
15 colors to select from.
Our usual $1.50 value.
LOOK AT THE WINDOW
"WMERC YOU WILt Q
a f m a
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Cotton Plant, Sept. 22. Sunday
was regular preacning day here.
tOR SALE Refrigerator, ice box
and restaurant fixtures. I desire to
sell quickly in order to forget. Ap-
Quite a good crowd was out but dis- ly Box 424' 0cala or at Star of'
onriVttol o o Vto nocfAF t a i To4 I tu
Mr. W. E. Veal and daughter, Miss FOR SALE At a bargain, a cypress
Helen of Leroy, motored over Sun- 120-egg incubator, just rebuilt, can
day morning accompanied by Mr. W. ',e seen at Ocala Coco Cola Bottling
E. Mattair and Miss Mary Ellison. Works. 9-23-2t. w-lt.
They attended Sunday school and
were me mnner guests oi miss car- WANTED Three upstairs rooms, un un-rie
rie un-rie Barco. I r-rv, r v,,, :
$2 per week. Apply to Mrs. O. L.
i m. m a -
Our success depends on the success of the community.
We invite any one who needs the service of a strong banking institution
to call and talk over their plans with us.
The Oeala National Bank
and Surplus $90,000
Batchelder 308 West Broadway. 25 6t
Allan Rodgers, Montague, Fla. 25-6t
We have a few or the famous Shu Shumate
mate Shumate and Chase razors which we will
sell below cost price to close out. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
Have you tried those delicious Max Max-bee
bee Max-bee cherries? 50 cents per pound, at
Garden and flower seed of every
kind. Bitting & Co., 410 North Mag
nolia street. 17-6t
Try one of those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Fresh shipment of Norris' famous
PEANUT BRITTLE received every
few days at the Court Pharmacy, tf
AN OCALA CITIZEN
COMES TO THE FRONT
Telk His Friends and Neighbors Of
Every Ocala resident should read
what a neighbor says. His testimony
can be relied upon." Here are his own
C. F. Hayes, 703 S. Orange St..
Ocala says: "I think that heavy lift lifting
ing lifting caused my kidneys to become
weakened. I suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back and I was of often
ten often so stiff and lame that I could
hardly work. I also had severe
headaches. Doan's Kidney Pills gave
me more relief than all the other med medicines
icines medicines I had taken put together. I
have had no occasion to take any kid kidney
ney kidney medicine since, as the benefit har
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. Hays had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 6
WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD
"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets
and found them to be just as repre
sented, a quick relief for headaches.
dizzy spells and other symptoms de-
Ask for BUTTER NUT bread and noting a torpid liver and a disorder-
don't let anyone make you believe ea condition oi uie aigestive organs.
. ik .. They are worth their weight in gold,
that any other is "just as good. Mis3 Clm A DrigS, ej N.
Fresh every day at Carter's bakery, tf y. Obtainable everywhere.
NEW YORK AND RETURN
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN LIMIT OCTOBER 31st.
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H G WENZEL Florida passenger agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street. J I
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA. ? jlki
MONEY WANTED Fifteen hundred
dollars wanted for one, two or three
years; gilt-edged personal property
as security worth three times the
amount, insured for $2500. Address
Box 164. 25-12t
the week-end at Croom with her sis
ter, Mrs. L. E. Bell and family.
Mrs. A. W. Woodward and Miss
Carrie Barco were euests for the day WANTED An office boy who can
I 11. 1 1
Friday of Mrs. W. E. Veal at Leroy. m nimseu generally useiui; sieaay
Masters Edwin and Jack Veal of position for the right boy. Apply to
Leroy were the week-end guests of cala Iron Works, Ocala, Fla. 23-3t
their grandfather, D. M. Barco.
Mr. iseecher iSeck or iJerlin attend- WANTED 12 or 15 head of hoes to
ed Sunday school Sunday and was fatten on shares; best of feed and
the guest oi Miss Carrie Uarco tor running water in the field. Address,
Messrs. Veal and Mattair and Miss
es Callison, Barco and Veal motored
to Martel Sunday afternoon and at
tended Sunday school.
Mrs. Rice and sister, Miss Ella
Clark left Saturday for her home at
visit with her sister, Mrs. Newcomb
Barco of Sunny Slope Farm and
brother, Mr. Henry Clark of Berlin.
Mr. Elwood Johnson of Leroy pre
sented Miss Carrie Barco with a pine
apple last Friday, same being grown
on his premises and was of a delic
A. W. Woodward has a crew at
work in his peanut field gathering
Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Reynolds and I MONEY WANTED On new house.
children of Ocala motored out' Sunday A loan is wanted on a new cottage in
and were eruests of Mr. and Mrs. C. R I Ocala; title perfect. Address "Mon
Veal. ey." care Star. 9-18-12t
Miss Carrie Barco spent Monday in
Leroy with her sister, Mrs. Veal. FOR RENT House corner Herbert
and South Third streets. Screened
OUR prescription department is at I and modern conveniences. Apply
YOUR service at all times. Acraracv .813 Fort Kine avenue. 9-15-?
is the watchword which insures you
careful compounding. The Court WANTED Any one desiring
FOR SALE Everett Piano, excellent
condition, a bargain. Also large tub
ferns. Mrs. C. C. Bryant, 303 Watula
I WANTED to hear from farmers that
have shelled corn to sell. M. W.
! Moore, Dunedin, Fla. It
in private family; house well venti
lated and screened. Apply to 1129
Fort King avenue, Ocala, Fla. 9-3-lm
Bay Lake, Sept. 22 The pillau giv
en by Misses Donnie and Mattie Wal Wal-dron
dron Wal-dron and Othella Cassel3 in honor of
Misses Lula McQuaig and Oldia Hin Hin-son
son Hin-son was largely attended. All enjoy
ed a delightful time and we hope to
have another soon.
Messrs. Raleigh, J. B. Waldron,
Misses Mattie Waldron, Hilda Mc McQuaig
Quaig McQuaig autoed to Hawthorne Saturday.
Miss Maud Wilson was in Ocala
Misses Othella Cassels and Oldia
Hinson drove over to Dexter Thurs Thursday
day Thursday afternoon and were the guests of
Misses Janie and Doris Hilton.
Mr. C. C. Morrison and son of
Hawthorne were callers in Bay Lake
Mrs. O. II. Hammond and son Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm were guests of Mrs. D. M. Wal
dron a few days last week.
Messrs. Raleigh, J. B. and Bailey
Waldron, Misses Donnie and Mattie
Waldron and Leila McQuaig enjoyed
a basket picnic at Orange Springs
Mr. Mike Cassels and Mrs. E. Hin Hinson
son Hinson drove over to Fort McCoy Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Messrs. D. M. Waldron and son
Bailey, G. W. Kingsley and E. Hin Hinson
son Hinson were business visitors to Fort
There were three large rattle rattlesnakes
snakes rattlesnakes killed near Bay Lake last
week. Two were killed by Mr. Smith,
one having twelve rattles.
Messrs. J. B. and Bailey Waldron,
Misses Leila McQuaig, Donnie and
Mattie Waldron attended the dance at
Martin Friday evening.
Mr. Isaac Wells, who was bit by a
ground rattler last Saturday is im
Miss Leila McQuaig returned to
her home at Lowell Friday afternoon
after spending two weeks the guest
of Misses Donnie and Mattie Wal
Miss Oldia Hinson returned to
Eureka after spending two weeks the
guest of relatives and friends.
Mr. E. Hinson drove over to Eureka
Sunday to take his little son Otto, to
THE GREATEST HOT 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 chaiged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocala Ice & PacMin C
FOR RENT-rWell located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house
keeping. Inquire, at the Colonial. 7tf
By Being Constantly Supplied Wilb F0R SALE-Two-story house -on
IruiTL ZVMlg avenuct wire ui gr
best locations in Ocala. Terms to
suit. Address P. O. Box 273, ucaia,
McDuff. Va. "I suffered for several
rears," says Mrs. J. u. Whittaker, oj J FOR SALE New $50 RANGE for
mis lum,c, mui ncduamc. ang i . i
Stomach trouble. oniy nne, large, neavy cast
Ten years ago a friend told me to trj iron lare brass hot water tank
Thedford's Black-Draucht. which 1 did. and large over. New never used. Big
and I found it to be the best family medi- bargain. Can be seen at residence of
wnc iwi jfouiig dnu iu. n cmitv 40.1 nnturWtv street.
1 t.. D!..t. r t-t i j ... ... I-
i mcu uwtK-umuKiii on nana an ini i i j -i
unit uun, emu wucu my uiiuuicn icei a I
urue bad, they ask me for a dose, and il
coes mem more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since we commenced
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu regulate
late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re relieve
lieve relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similar
It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your druggist sells and recommendj
Black-Draught. Price only 25c. Get a
Backage to-day. N. C l
and FLAT SHEETS
All Forms of Metal
- All sizes and Gauges. Prompt
delivery from the largest and most
complete stock in Florida.
FLORIDA METAL PRODUCTS
3650, Evergreen Ave, Jacksonville.
Sold by the Ocala Lumber and
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roofs repaired or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 437
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa 6:30 n. m.; Lv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
9:30 a. m.
No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. in.;
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Oc&la 1:17
p. m.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. in.; Lv.
Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 1:30 p. Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. xn.
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.
TO THE PUBLIC
l feel that I owe the manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of
gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. Wither Wither-all,
all, Wither-all, Gowanda, N. Y. "When I began
taking this medicine I was in great
pain and feeling terribly sick, due to
an attack of summer complaint. After
taking a dose of it I had not long to
wait for relief as it benefited me al almost
most almost immediately." Obtainable ev everywhere.
erywhere. everywhere. BILIOUSNESS
NOT EQUAL TO CHAlBERLAINS
"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.
: PHONE 503
For Good Wood
: BIG Load for $1.
I YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
t IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
I J. L. SMOAK
Z At Sm oak's Wagon Shop.
WHEN IN NEED OF
AIL WORK GUARANTEED
ADVERTISE IN THE STAB.
It is certainly surprising that any
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, N. Y., writes: "About a
year ago I used two bottles of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets and they cured me
of biliousness and constipation." Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywhere.
Dr. D. M. Boney
I have recently returned from
New Orleans where I have
been taking a post graduate
course in optometry under the most
noted specialists in the country. I
can now be found in my office pre prepared
pared prepared to give those in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
researches. My reduction in prices
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be ox interest
to those in need of classes.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
BAD TASTE AND
1 POOR ECONOMY
Is in evidence when you wear a soiled Palm Beach suit. We are pre prepared
pared prepared to clean them on short notice at a reasonable price, there therefore
fore therefore there's no need for wearing them in a soiled condition. We
clean and press them entirely by hand, doing away with the hard
wear caused by machinery. Only soft water used. Call phone 21 and
let us show you how neatly we can clean your suit.
IUJPER1AL SIEJUH LM
Dru Store Tilings
come to us
Don't let yourself run down. Almost every severe sickness could
be avoided if a little medical advice and the right medicine is tak taken
en taken in time.
Come to us for your medicine? and drug store things and know
that you will get the right kind right prices too.
We keep right up to the minute and always have everything a
first-class drug store should carry.
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
WE TAKE CARE
We want to call especial attention of parents having children go
ing to school away from home to the superior advantages offered by
the Marion County High School at Ocala and to the convenient, com com-fortable,
fortable, com-fortable, home-like and economical advantages of our dormitory for
county students. 'p
The institution will continue under the management of ilrs. D. IL
Roberts as matron who so successfully handled it last term and the J
a. :n a.; a 1 1 tet iir-Tif T a. z l il I tt
mica wiu cuuimue uj ire fid xik jiuiu. il ia unuer uie uirect
supervision of the county, school board and the people of the county
can find no better high school advantages nor desirable boarding ar arrangements
rangements arrangements anywhere. Address either the matron or
Supt. J. H. Brinson, Ocala, Florida i
Care Square Deal Garage
YONGETS BLOCK, OCALA
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
wilbur w. c.sr:ijti
Phone 10 Ocalo, F!