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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE

VOL. 21. OCALA, FLORIDA, FKI DAY, OCTOBER 8, 1915 -N0. 289
THESTAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE .w

Game Was Played on Damp and

UNPLEASANT WEATHER, HOWEVER, DID HOT LESSEN THE CROWDS
ON THE ENTHUSIASM

Philadelphia, Oct. 8, 3:10 p. m.
The Philadelphia Nationals defeated
Boston lied Sox here today, in the
first game of the World's Series, by a
score of 3 to 1.
GAME WAS PLAYEIJ ON DAMP
GROUNDS
Philadelphia, Oct. 7. Baseball fans
from many sections of the country
who are here for the opening game of j
the. World's Series, awoke this morn-!
ing toVind the sky overcast. The Na National
tional National League Park was soaked, a
steady rain falling all night. At 10
o'clock, however, the sun came out and
is now shining brightly, indicating
that the opening game will surely be
played. The umpires will examine the
grounds 'about noon and it is not
known until thck- report is made
whether the game will be played or
not.
Manager Carrigan said that Boston
is in fine shape. He expects a hard
contest, but believes his team will
win. Manager Moran of the Phillies
is also confdent. Killifer probably
wont' play, his arm still being zore.
Scores of men and boys were out
all nieht. waiting for the bleacher
gates to jopen.
The batteries will likely Vie Alexan
der and Burns for Philadelphia, and
Shore and Cady for Boston.
Line-Ups
The following were the line-ups:
Boston: Shore, p; Cady, c; Hob Hoblitzel,
litzel, Hoblitzel, lb; Barry, 2b; Gardner, 3b;
Scott, ss; Lewis, If; Speaker, cf;
Hooper, rf.
Philadelphia: Alexander, p; Burns,
c; Ludenir, lb; Neihoff, 2b; Hock, 3b;
Baucroft, ss; Wh'itted, If; Paskert, cf;
Cravath, rf.
GAME BY INNINGS
Umpires: Klem, National, behind
-the plate; Rigley, National, right
field; O'Laughlin, American, on bases;
' Evans, American, left field.
' Attendance, 21,000.
Score by innings:
1 2 3 4 5 C 7 8 9
r R II E
Boston 00000001 01 8 1
Phila .. .. ..00010002s- 3 5 1
Details of the game by innings:
First Inning
Boston: Hooper singled on the sec second
ond second ball pitched past second. Scott
sacrificed, and Hooper went to second.
Speaker wTalked. Hoblitzel grounded
to short, forcing Speaker out at sec second.
ond. second. Hoblitzel caught off first.
Philadelphia: Stock out, fly to cat catcher.
cher. catcher. Bancroft out fly to second.
Pasbert out fly to second.
Second Inning
Boston: Lewis singled to left. Gard Gardner
ner Gardner sacrificed and Lewis went to sec second.
ond. second. Barry hit past pitcher, and Lewis
was caught off second sack. Cady
, struck out.
Philadelphia: Cravath walked. Lud Lud-erius
erius Lud-erius hit to second, and Cravath was
put out at second. Whited walked.
Luderius out trying to steal .second.
Neihoff struck out.
Third Inning
Boston: Shore out second to first.
Ut SeCOnd tO firt
left. Scott singled
- out fiv to second
Hooper out fly to
to center. Speaker
Philadelphia: Burns out fly to short
Alexander safe on infield hit to short.
Stock hit to third, forcing Alexander
out at second. Bancroft out, foul to
first.
Fourth Inning
Boston: Hobitzei out second to first.
Lewis struck out. Gardner singled to
center. Barry out fly to right.
i-nuaueipn.A. su
right. Cravath sacrificed and passed
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ond to tirst. Whitted singiea over

pitcher's box and Paskert scored.
Neihoff out short to second.
Fifth Inning
Boston: Cady out second to first.
Shore singled to center. Hooper out
fly to second. Scott outshort to second.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

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(Associated Press)
PLAYED IN NATIONAL
LEAGUE PAIS
DESCRIPTION OF THE GROUNDS
IN WHICH THE WORLD'S
SERIES WILL BE
PLAYED
(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 6. Twelve months
ago when the Boston Nationals de defeated
feated defeated the Philadelphia Athletics for
the world's title of baseball cham champions,
pions, champions, i ll the games were played on
American League grounds and this
year the contending teams will meet
in National League parks. An ex exchange
change exchange of courtesies between Presi-
dents Gatf ney and Lannin of the rival
Boston clubs made possible an addi-
tiorvil seatin'? eanac'itv of the earnes
last year. In return for the kindness
of Presidant Lannin last reason, Pres-
ident Galfney has placed Braves Field
at the disposal of the American
League pennant winners for the com-
ing series thereby affording accom-
rnodntions for several thousand addi-
tional sDectators.
A
The new home of the Boston Na Nationals,
tionals, Nationals, where at least half of this
year's battle will be staged, will seat
possibly a few hundred in excess of
40,000 persons. At first an erroneous
impression prevailed that Braves
Field after the erection of temporary
stands would accommodate over 52,000
spectators. In -fact, a semi-official
statement was made to that effect.
Since President Lannin accepted the
offer of President Gaffney, Red Sox
eiTicials have been busily engaged
checking up the seating capacity of
the National League grounds, and
they found the first reports to be con-
smeraoiy in excess o me actual
figures reached after a thorough in-
spectio nof the grand and other
stands, and bleachers. It has also
a : i a 1 a ; l j:
wani.cu tuut u muniu uruman
exists wmcn proniuus xne erecuon oi
A. A X 1 A 1 A T
temporary structures anu as me lime
is too short in which to build per-
manent stands on the grounds, a lib-
erai estimate oi tne parK s capacity
I,,dll!' Jt at auuuL -v- Ains, now-
I a ,i 4- A. 1. ... A. ll lliM l L-
ever, will be far in excess of the pos-
:u:i:a: t,- 1
Munuies ui reiiway x ill tv, wiiere
-
,520 persons, the largest attendance
fvu .es.Meieu ai a uaseuau game in
: i J i. i ;
Boston witnessed one of the games
11 A. Xl T 1 A l T 1 A ? 1
u.ltt. uie X3raves anu -nie"cs iasi
uctoDer.
The playing field extends 385,500
ami osu ieet respectively from the
home pqlate to left, center and right
fields. Ranging over the broad reaches
of Braves Field, the fences in which
are from 365 to 526 feet beyond the
home plate, the fleet Boston fielders
will have ample room for their great
speed.
Another asset to the Red Sox in
their home games will be these great
distances to the fences on Braves
' "-- v. m.v j un uiarco
' Fie1tl which, unlike the shorter boun-
'arios of the Philadelphia park, offer
no easy mark to home run drives on
flights within the reach of a fast
fielder. Much of Philadelphia's offen
sive strength will be robbed by this
j fact. Red Sox supporters believe.
National League Park, the home of
the Phillies for many years, is one of
the smallest grounds in either the
National or .American leagues. Its
I grand stand, which is of the double
j deck cantilever type, was the first
modern strncture ofythe kind in the
"lUnited States. Built of brick and
steel, it was the finest baseball prop-
erty in the country when constructed
but is out-of-date as compared with
the greater structures put up in the
last few years. With additional seats,
temporarily built for the coming ser series,
ies, series, the seating capacity of the
grounds will not be more than 26,000.
Probably more than two games of

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Soggy Grounds
POT A HUFFIER
phia, : and the park with its short
fences will certain suit the National
League hitters. Three of these, Cra
vath, Luderus and Becher, the pinch
batters, are liable to hit one out of
the enclosure for a homer, off any of
the visiting Red Sox pitchers. When
great boxmen are on the mounds runs
generally are few and far between
and a home run might win a game
particularly if Alexander should be
pitching for the side accredited with
the circuit clout.
FLORIDA TEAM FIRST
Won Southern Championship in the
Shoot at Jacksonville
(Associated Press)
Jacksonville, Oct. 7. The
Florida
team with a score of 1,814 out of a
possible 2,000 won the Southern
championship at the Southern Rifle
Association's shoot yesterday, prelim
inary to the competitions of the Na-
tional Rifle Associations of America,
which will begin today. West Virginia
was second with 1,810 and the balance
finished in the following order: Ten
nessee. Georgia. Alabama and South
Carolina.
lARRAIIZA III COIITROL
American Government Will Probably
Recognize Him as President
of Mexico
(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 8. Recognition of
the "Carranza government in Mexico,
it lias been learned in official circles,
is likelv to be accorded bv the United
gtates in the new few days
Recentlv f;arran,o authorities crave
American government a state-
ment, which conforms to consular re-
norts. showinc that Carranza has
I r
achjeved a military SUCCeSS in Mexico,
controlling most of the states and
I
l ;t;oa onA U 0rn.o th nrn.
Ltift n nf 1;vs nm, nrnnprtv of
foreignerSf according to international
i jaw
At rftnfprpnPp of Pan-American
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all nations at the same time.
j EDISON WILL BE
CHIEF ADVISER
Of the
Navy's Proposed
Inventor's Board
Civilian
(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 8. The establish
j ment of a research and experimental
I laboratory to cost five million dollars
I will probably be recommended to Con
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gress by Secretary Daniels, as a
suit of a resolution adopted at the
gress by Secretary Daniels, as a re-
or
I ganization meeting of the navy's new
I civilian advisory board,
1 Thomas A. Edison was elected
I chairman of the board. The Nava
I Consulting Board is the official title
I of the new organization.
NOTICE TO TEACHERS
I Meeting Tomorrow of the Marion
County Educational Association
The Marion County Educationa
Association will meet at the high
I school auditorium Saturday, October
1 9th, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Elizabeth Mizelle, Secretary.
The first man the Star met this
morning was Secretary Rooney, with
a rake and a hoe on his shoulder, go
ing out to the fair grounds to do his
little stunt on farmers day.

OR

EVEN

WOEFUL HI
GENERAL GREEN, U. S. A HAS
MADE AN "INTELLIGENT
"GUESS"
Estimates the Looses in Killed,
Wounded and Missing as Over
Seven Millions to Teutons
and Allies
(Associated Pres)
West Point, N. Y., Oct. 8. General
Francis Vinton Green, United States
Army, retired, addressing the New
York State Historical Society on war,
gave what he called an ""intelligent
guess" as the casualties. He said the
losses to both sides in killed was
2,666,000; wounded, 3,626,000; miss missing,
ing, missing, 2,315,000.
A CORDIAL SEHD-QFF
MR.
WILSON AND HIS FIANCE
VISITING FRIENDS IN
NEW YORK
I Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 8. An unusually
large crowd was at the station today
to see President Wilson and his
fiance, Mrs. Gait, when they left for
New York. They will be entertained
there by Colonel House, the president's
fiiend, in honor of his engagement
announcement.
FARMERS DAY WAS
ALMOST A FAILURE
Blitrhton Sent in a Sturdy Bunch.
Other Communities Conspicuous
by their Absence
Owing principally to the rain,
Farmers' Day at the Marion County
Fair grounds was a near-failure.
Of the country precincts, Blitchton
alone was represented. From that
solid community came Dr. S. H. Blitch,
Messrs. B. R- F. A. and Goree Blitch
with a vim, while Misj Legie looked
after the commissary department.
A few. not very man, f rdm tbWn
went out and did good work. Messrs.
Louis Lang and John Taylor sent
their mowing machines, while Mr. F.
W. Ditto thoughtfully provided coffee.
The grounds are much overgrown
with weeds and need cleaning up
badly. Its the Star's opinion that if
the town people will take hold of the
matter and give a working on some
good day, the country folks will come
in in force, and all hands can have a
frolic and do a lot of work at the
same time.
AMERICAN RIGHTS
ON THE OCEAN
Will be Demanded in Another Note to
Germany this Week
(Associated Press
Washington, Oct. 8. Secretary
Lansing will forward to Berlin' this
week another note to Germany regard
ing the American ship William P.
Fry,e sunk by the German raider
Prinz Eitel Friedrich. It will acknowl
edge Germany's acceptance of the
American proposal that the treaty of
1828 be submitted to arbitration for
an interpretation on whether it per
mits the destruction of American vessels-carrying
contraband, and also
agrees to the German proposal for a
commission to fix damages.
It is understood the American gov
ernment though taking into account
Germany's assurance that ships car
rying conditional contraband will not
be destroyed, asks for assurances
that if it be found necessary to de destroy
stroy destroy American ships carrying abso
lute contraband, there shall be given
ample warning. It is considered like likely
ly likely that the correspondence will open
up to this connection a new point as to
whether the transfer of passengers
and crew of an American vessel to
small boats constitutes "a place of
safety" within the meaning of inter international
national international law. In the case of the Frye,
the commander of the Eitel Friedrich
took the passengers alioard his own
vessel.
When the American ship Leelanaw
was sunk by a German submarine be because
cause because she carried a cargo of absolute
contraband the crew was taken aboard
the submarine itself.
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Strong Anglo-French Forces Moving to Help

GREEKS ASSUME ATTITUDE
London, Oct. 8. The Teutonic in
vasion' is in full swing. Under Field
Marshal Von MacKenzen, the Austro Austro-German
German Austro-German forces are seeking to rush
southward in an attempt to seize the
trunk railway from Belgrade to Sal Sal-oniki
oniki Sal-oniki and Constantinople. The next
move is with Bulgaria. Whether she
will attack Serbia from the rear, or
maintain a watchful attitude is a mat matter
ter matter of surmise. The situation is such
that her entry into the war seems a
matter of hours only.
Russian warships are reported to
be bombarding Varna, Bulgaria.
French and British troops are be
ing lushed from Saloniki. Meanwhile
at the point where the railway ap
proaches nearest to the Bulgarian bor
der, allied and Bulgarian troops are
being massed.
Italian sources report Serbia mov moving
ing moving records and archives from Nish
to Istip, near the Greek border.
It is expected that the Serbian
army, having been rebuilt and stiffen stiffened
ed stiffened with allied troops, will offer stub stubborn
born stubborn resistance.
BOMB pROPPJSRS WELCOMED IN
BULGARIA
Nish, Oct. 8. Although there has
been no formal declaration of .war
the cordial reception by Bulgarian of
ficers at Sofia yesterday, of German
abppd bombs into
,' i
regarded nere
commencement
of hostilities against Serbia by Bui
garia.
., -BULGARIA OPENED FIRE
Nish, Oct. 8. An aeroplane coming
from Bulgaria yesterday afternoon
dropped numerous bombs on Nish.
Five people were killed and two hurt.
"BENEVOLENT NEUTRALITY'
London, Oct. 8. A message to the
Times states the Greek government
will decide the issue by a declaration
of its attitude of "benevolent neutral neutrality"
ity" neutrality" toward the entente powers.
SENT HIM HOME
Nish, Oct. 8. The Serbian foreign
office has handed the Bulgarian min minister
ister minister his passports.
BULGARIA'S MANIFESTO
Berlin, Oct. 8. (Via wireless). A
declaration of Bulgaria's intention to
enter the war on the side of Germany
is contained in what is described as
Bulgaria's manifesto, as given out by
the Overseas Agency.
ARTILLERY
AT WORK
ARRAS
NEAR
Paris, Oct. 8. North of Arras last
night cannonading continued on both
sides, the French war office announc announced.
ed. announced. Artillery activity in the Roye
region and north of the river Aisne is
also reported.
BULGARIAN PORT BOMBARDED
Two Russian cruisers bombarded
the Bulgarian Black Sea port of Varna
yesterday. The Anglo-French troops
which landed at Saloniki, Greece, are
being hurried northward to assist the
Serbians and to keep Bulgaria from
capturing the Saloniki-Nish railway,
by which the Serbians are supplied.
GAINS ON GALLIPOLI
The British announce slight gains
on the Gallipoli peninsula during the
past month's fighting.
GERMANS REPORT GAINS
Berlin. Oct. 8. The Teutonic invas invasion
ion invasion of Serbia is proceeding favorably.
Progress is crossing the Drina, Save
and Danube rivers is reported by Von
MacKensen. The capture of three
cannon opposite Ram is announced.
BULGARIANS ARE BOLD
Petrograd, Oct. 8. The Bulgarian
reply to the Russian ultimatum was

if ator?.vi!$aft

n
the Serbians
OF BENEVOLENT NEUTRALITY
A STANDSTILL
(Associated Press)
transmitted in Bulgarian instead of
Russian, which traditional language
Slavic intercourse badly garbled in
transmission. The reply is described
as "bold to the verge of insolence."
GREECE HAS NO KICK
Athens, Oct. 8. The official news
agency announced there is no founda foundation
tion foundation for the rumors thaV the Greek
cabinet intends to protest against .the
landing of Allies' troops at Saloniki.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
Report of the Proceedings at Special
and Regular Meetings of
the Board
Ocala, Fla Sept. 29, 1915.
The board of county commissioners
met pursuant to adjournment with all
members present.
The chairman was instructed to have
an airtight room built on the old jail
lot to store feed in, and report at next
meeting of the board as to cement
floor for feed room.
The clerk was instructed to put
Sheriff Blye on the pauper list at two
dollars per month, warrant to W. D.
Cam.
The Iioard, by resolution, authorized
the clerk to draw warrant on any
money in the special indebtedness
fund, or other funds, to pay interest
on any warrants held by any of the
banks of Ocala.
Bessie Cobb was placed on the
pauper list at two dollars per month
warrant to James M. Liddell, Santos.
The clerk was directed to write the
comptroller and request that he au
thorize the redemption of certificate
No. 429, sale of 1912, at face of cer
tificate and omitted years taxes with
out interest.
The clerk was instructed that bridge
across Blue Springs run is entirely
within city limits of Duhnellon and
that the county cannot repair same.
Ihe clerk was instructed to send
bill, for one-half expenses of turning
bridge at Dunnellon to county com
missioners of Citrus county.
There being no further business, the
board adjourned until Monday, Oct. 4
1915. W. D. Cam, Chairman.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
Regular Session
Ocala, Fla, Oct. 5, 1915.
The board of county commissioners
met in regular session with all mem
bers present.
Dr. Long appeared before the board
in reference to certain roads through
Arms pasture. Matter was referred to
Commissioner N. A. Fort with power
to act. Dr. Long was authorized to
move gate at his house and gate at
old Arms house temporarily.
Petition to retain Mr. McCully as
demonstration agent received and
filed.
Matter of increase of pension for
A. J. Marlow referred to Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Hutchins to investigate. Mr.
Hutchins was also requested to inves investigate
tigate investigate case of Walter Blackmon.
The loard was requested to build
hard road by citizens of Fairfield pre precinct.
cinct. precinct. Georgianna Nowell was placed on
the pauper ILst at $3 per month.
The clerk was instructed to discon discontinue
tinue discontinue allowance to R. M. Hunter.
Mr. Stephens asked that the Gra Gra-hamville
hamville Gra-hamville causeway be cleared of
weeds and banisters put on bridge.
Referred to chairman.
The clerk was instructed to draw a
warrant in favor of Afro-American
Hospital for $19.50 for care of James
Williams, and to notify said hospital
that no further expense will be in incurred
curred incurred in this case or any other unless
authorized by the board.
The clerk was instructed to furnish
the jailer with one hundred postal
cards and keep him supplied with
cards directed to county engineer, and
the jailer is requested to notify the

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3.
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L
AIID ROUMAIIIA REMAINS AT
Mill ROBBERS
WEST VIRGINIA
HELD UP A B. & O. EXPRESS AND
CARRIED OFF REGISTERED
MAIL
(Aaaocl&ted Pres)
Wheeling, W. Va., Oct. 7. Two
masked men held up and robbed the
mail car of the Baltimore & Ohio ex
press, irom INew lork to bt. Lxmis,
early this morning. The loss from the
registered mail 'is said to be large.
The robbery occurred near Central,
West Virginia.
engineer promptly whenever a pris
oner is received at jail with name of
prisoner.
The clerk was instructed to -write
Bennett Land, S. A. L. district en
gineer, Tampa, Fla in matter of sw
of sw, 3-1G-22.
On resolution the county engineer
and chairman were directed to confer
and get out necessary blanks for road
overseers of convicts to-make reports
to county engineers.
The county engineer was authoriz
ed to have pump put down at Mr.
Gordon's camp.
The clerk was authorized to take up
Belleview the matter of road tax due
them.
Tax assessor appeared before the
board and tendered the assessment
rolls for the year 1915, fchowing as assessment
sessment assessment for state and county as fol follows:
lows: follows: Real estate, $42383.20.
Personal property, $12,482.20.
Railroads and telegraph, $15,953.93.
The board proceeded to examine
the assessment rolls and having found
them correct accepted them.
On motion the following resolution
was adopted and ordered spread upon
the minutes of the board, to-wit:
Whereas, the tax assessor has filed
with the clerk of this board the as assessment
sessment assessment rolls for the year 1915, and
Whereas, the clerk was authorized
to receive sifd rolls for and on behalf
of said board, and t
Whereas, the board has examined
said rolls and found same to be' cor correct
rect correct as required by law, be it
Resolved, that this board endorse
upon said rolls a certificate that they
have examined same and that they
are correct, and the clerk of the
board is directed to record the war warrants
rants warrants annexed to said rolls as requir required
ed required by law.
Attached to said rolls appear the
following warrants:
W. L. Colbert, tax collector of the
county of Marion: You are hereby
commanded to collect out of the real
estate and personal property, and
from each of the persons and corpora corporations
tions corporations named in the annexed roll, the
taxes set down in each roll opposite
each name, corporation or parcel of
land therein described, and in case the
taxes so imposed are not paid at the
time prescribed by law, you are to
collect the same by levy and sale of
the goods and chattels, lands and
tenements so assessed or of the per person
son person or corporation so taxed; and all
sums collected for state taxes you are
to pay to the state treasurer at such
time as required by law, and at the
same time you are to pay to the coun county
ty county treasurer all sums collected for
county taxes, district school taxes and
other special taxes. And you are fur further
ther further required to TrZ" all collections
on or before the first Monday in April,
and on or before the first Monday in
July you will make a final report to
(Concluded on Tourth Pae)



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to their destination around Cape t at the hospital on Sept. 23 and it is
Horn. The Star is afraid the United J hoped that it will have a beneficial
States government has an immense effect on his general health,
white elephant on its hands in that! Mr. Dozeman of Leesburg was a
canal. It will be remembered that bu.-ir.e?s visitor to our town last
Morgan of Alabama, one of the most j Wednesday.
brainy and well informed men who) Miss Gertrude Reinoehl returned to
ever represented a state in the Sen-i her home in Jacksonville last Wednes Wednes-ate,
ate, Wednes-ate, made a strong fight for a Nic- day, after a pleasant visit with her

SEABOARD SCHEDULE

F. A. Wood of St. Petersburg will
send out 32,000 postcards in support
of his anti-fee system. Mr. Wood i3
going to help out the poor printer.

Ex-Governor Slaton is back in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, and up to the time this page
closed we had not received any inti intimation
mation intimation of his being killed by any
warm admirer of Tom Watson.

Every time we meet a man of wide
acquaintance in the state, we ask him
who will be the people's choice next
year for senator and governor, and
the invariable answer is "Bryan and
Knott."

aragua instead of a Panama canal, de declaring
claring declaring among other things that
earthquakes and slides would make
the latter route unsafe and uncertain.
Events have already shown that he
was more than half right.

sister, Mrs. J. Dawkins Lyles.

BITTEN BY A BUG

a private citizen. The former secre secretary
tary secretary of state said he hoped that pro-

hihitfnn and woman suffrage WOuldl

not become issues in the next presi presidential
dential presidential campaign, but believed both of
these questions would have to be met
in national politics when "the time is
ripe for them."
THE RAILROAD'S COMMISSION

It has become a saying that repub republics
lics republics are ungrateful, but they have
nothing on kingdoms in this partic particular.
ular. particular. If it hadn't been for England
and France, there would be no king kingdom
dom kingdom of Greece, and if it hadn't been
for Russia there would be no Bulgaria.

Former Secretary of State William
Jennings Bryan has endorsed Presi President
dent President Wilson's declaration in favor of
woman suffrage, and will make an ad address
dress address in New Jersey on the 16th for
the cause. He says that the demo democratic
cratic democratic party is "organized and hopeful."

The Times-Union now prints each
day a gem of Southern poetry writ written
ten written during the stirring days of the
'60's. -It began with Father Rryan's
"Conquered Banner." Makers of
scrap-books should preserve these
gems. Punta Gorda Herald.
A very good suggestion.

On his arrival in Panama from New
York, Major General George W. Goe Goe-thals
thals Goe-thals announced that he had with

drawn his resignation as governor of

the canal zone, because of the recent

slides which closed the canal to traf traffic.
fic. traffic. General Goethals said that he

would remain in Panama until the con

dition of the canal would permit his
departure. He did not seem worried

over the slides.

Ft. Lauderdale's action of dismiss

ing a school teacher because she was

a Catholic has given the state a lot
of unpleasant notoriety throughout

the United States, especially from the
Catholic press. Why these papers
should attack all of Florida for the
act of one small community passeth

understanding. Clearwater Sun.
Lets try to persuade Fort Lauder

dale not to be so infernally silly next

time.

DeLand has turned down a bid from
the White Sox of Chicago, by which
that noted big league club offered to
spend four weeks in DeLand in con consideration
sideration consideration of the use of the diamond,
swimming pool and gymnasium and
$4000 in cash. The managers of some
of those big league teams must be
dieted on pork. The White Sox an announce
nounce announce that one Florida town has bit
at their extravagant bait, and we
have a mild curiosity to see who the
sucker is.

President Wilson, at the first gath gathering
ering gathering of the new naval advisory
board in Washington, announced him himself
self himself in favor of having the United
States adequately prepared for de defense
fense defense "to command the respect of
other nations for our rights." Later
it became known that the president
plans to make "for defense" the basis
of his advocacy of a stronger army
and navy, and that he will outline his
views more specifically before the con convening
vening convening of Congress.

In consequence of the showing up
of Watson by the Augusta Chronicle,
it has been charged that the Chronicle
was owned and controlled by Catholics
and Jews. An investigation of the
affairs of the paper show that the
stock in it is owned by Presbyterians,
Baptists, Methodists, Episcopalians,
Catholics and Jews. There are only
five Catholics and three Jews among
the thirty-seven stockholders, and a
majority of the 750 shares of stock
are owned by five Methodists.
The Florida railroads always give
county fairs a low rate of one and
ne-third fares for the round trip.
The Marion Fair Association wants to
make a special day of Wednesday,
Nov. 24, and has asked the roads en entering
tering entering this city to give a rate of one
fare for the round trip on that day.
Mr. Williams of the Coast Line is
working hard to obtain the rate, rep representing
resenting representing that it will not call for any
extra train service. It will pay the
railroads to give this rate, and the
Star advises them to do so.

In a statement given out in Atlanta
yesterday, William J. Bryan said:
"The plans I have made for the re remainder
mainder remainder of my life include active par participation
ticipation participation in politics, but do not in include
clude include the holding of any office." He

Editor Star: I thank you kindly for
your congratulations and for your
kind invitation to remain in our
midst. I have made no plans for
leaving Ocala, and if I had not Ocala's
best interests at heart I would not

have written to ywu in the first place.

You know, and everybody who

knows Clifford Anderson, knows that
he is no knocker, never has been and
never will be, but it is always in good
form to infer that a man who does

not agree with us is a knocker. At

least that is the only explanation that

can make in your inference in to

day's article.

I am sorry you can't agree with

me the matters mentioned in my

previous letter did not refer to the

union depot only. I would like to have
you on my side in these questions,

think you belong there, and I have not
yet given you up. I have great hopes
and expectations for the Star, and I

onlv trust that its change of heart

will come soon.

Suffice it to say, however, that the!
action of the railroad commission and
the promptness with which that action
was taken bears me out, I believe, in
the statements I made in my previous
letter and my beliefs in the matter.
I. made no statements or inference
that there was anything underhanded
in the meeting of the 9th of Septem September.
ber. September. On the contrary it was the, most
high-handed proposition, I claim, that
was ever put over in this town.
This is the last. I don't intend to get
into any controversy, but I simply
could not let your inference that I
was a knocker go unanswered.
And now, in your good time, I
would like to have you answer the
questions that I really put in my pre previous
vious previous letter. You have rather over overlooked
looked overlooked the main issue.
Very truly yours,
C. L. Anderson.
Mr. Anderson misunderstands both
the Star and his fellow citizens who
were present at the famous meeting.
The Star is not much given to in inferring
ferring inferring things, and never calls a
man a knocker or any other reprehen reprehensible
sible reprehensible name because he disagrees with
it.
If the action of twenty-odd men
coming together and discussing a
matter of interest to themselves and
their city was high-handed, then every
time two men meet on the street cor corner
ner corner to discuss a public question, they
commit a high-handed action.
The action of the railroad commis commission,
sion, commission, however, in postponing the build building
ing building of the depot without receiving the
general opinion of the people was
high-handed, or perhaps low-handed
would be a better term.
The gentlemen present at the meet meeting
ing meeting did not expect the railroad com commission
mission commission to take any such snap action,
and they were most unpleasantly sur surprised
prised surprised when they learned that the
commission had postponed the work
without consulting the people of the
city.
Two members of the railroad com commission
mission commission are well acquainted with the
people and sentiment of Ocala. They
know very well they have no right to
decide any question of moment to the
whole town on a report of the senti sentiment
ment sentiment of a meeting attended by two
dozen of its citizens.
If the people of this town carry any
question before the railroad commis commission,
sion, commission, it always takes months to ob obtain
tain obtain a decision, which decision is of often
ten often adverse.
It all goes to prove what the Star
has said before, that the railroad
commission of Florida is under the
control of the railroads, and the peo people
ple people of the state need not expect any
benefit from it until they change its
personnel.
A friend of this paper, a man who
is by no means an enemy of the rail railroads,
roads, railroads, said the other day that Messrs.
Burr, Blitch and Dunn were a rail railroad's
road's railroad's commission rather than a rail railroad
road railroad commission; and its the Star's
opinion that he was mostly right.
The Star thinks that to put up the
union station at the location agreed on
would be a detriment rather than a
benefit to the town, but it thinks that
the action of the commission in post postponing
poning postponing the work without consulting
the people of the city was one of the
most, marked instances of subserv subservience
ience subservience to corporation influence that
any branch of the state government
was ever guilty of.

There is nobody that understands ;
the difference between eastern and
central time better than the Star. It
has been in practical contact with the
difference ever since it started, and

has often explained it to its sub-;

scribers. Yet twice this week, in giv- j
ing notices of the World Series games, j

it has put the time on hindside before.

The first time it was a typographical
error, the second time it was done out

of sheer lunacy. We hope our read

ers will take into consideration that k

Troxler, Ballard and oursell are tne
only three men in town who haven't
had a vacation in half a dozen years
or more, and grant that any one of the

three of us has a right to go mildly j

crazy once in a while.

BELLEVIEW

Owing to slides in the Panama
canal, delaying the opening until Nov.
1st, a dozen vessels at Cristobal and

said that he enjoyed the liberties of I Balboa, have been ordered to proceed

Belleview, Oct. 6. The W. C. T. U. J
will hold its next monthly meeting;

Thursday afternoon, Oct. 12, at the
1 w FT A wiAfav'c

nome oi mrs. iicmcic. .n. mumi t

program will be a feature of the ses session
sion session and those interested in the good
cause are cordially invited to attend.
The Masonic fraternity will re reestablish
establish reestablish its meetings for the fall and
winter months on Saturday night,
Oct. 16th, when there will be work
to do.
Contractor Jim Shedd is engaged

in re-roofing the Miller cottage in the
west end of town, preparatory to its
occupancy by Mr. Charles Oakley and
daughter. Mr. Shedd must have had

considerable of a fall, judging by his
changed appearance.
Mr. John T. Hames and Mr. Tre Tre-mere
mere Tre-mere went over to Heather Island
last Sunday for the purpose of build building
ing building a fishing and hunting boat for Mr.
Hightower, and it is expected that the
completion of this boat will resurrect

some of the old time fishing and hunt hunting
ing hunting stories that emanated from this
unknown section several year sago,
when Bill Millsom, Dave Whisenant,
Mr. Tremere and George Ingram in invaded
vaded invaded the sacred precincts of this
hunter's paradise with gun and fish fishing
ing fishing tackle.
Mr. John J. Balkman, owner of the
famous Hilton grapefruit grove, left
for Gainesville last Monday to attend
the Citrus seminar.
Mr. Sam Barrett came up from
South Florida last Saturday to spend
the week-end with his family
Mr. D. Haskell made his regular
weekly business trip to Ocala last
Friday.
Mr. Harold Kendall and Mr. Win Winters
ters Winters Hames came up from Tavares
last Friday to spend the week-end
with their families.
Prof. Corre of Dade City conducted

services at the Baptist church last

Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. I. I. Strong were
week-end visitors to Mr. and Mrs.

Nichols.

Dad Hardison favored the writer
with a number of fine, large, juicy

persimmons last Monday that were
pretty to look at and still better to
eat. Mr. Hardison is happiest put puttering
tering puttering around his garden, growing
things that are good to eat.
After an absence of several years
Mr. Bert Smith came in from Georgia
last Saturday morning. He is look looking
ing looking well and every one seems glad to
see him once more. What his inten intentions
tions intentions are, time will tell.
Mr. James Barrett, one of Belle Belle-view's
view's Belle-view's old time settlers, came in last
Tuesday from Sanford, and will visit
with his son for a while.
Mrs. W. T. Evans came down from
Ocala last Friday afternoon to spend
a few days at her home.
Miss Belle Stroble, for a good many
years a member of the Star family,
renews her subscription for her fav favorite
orite favorite paper.
Mr. Warren L. Smith and Miss
Elizabeth Smith of Greensboro, N. C,
spent several days last week with
Mr. and Mrs. William Smith, at their
farm west of Belleview.
Sept. 30th was clean-up day as
designated by order of the mayor, Mr.
John T. Hames. The citizens turned
out in force and went to it with a
will, with the result that the town
shows up bright and clean. The ladies
served dinner at the town hall and
altogether the occasion was a great
success.
The Belleview Workers at their
Thursday afternoon meetings are get getting
ting getting thoroughly organized for the
coming winter's work, and will soon
hold an election of officers to serve
for the next year.
Dr. and Mrs. E. Van nood were
welcome visitors in our little town
last Friday.
Mr. J. O. Hightower passed thru
Belleview last Tuesday morning on
his way to the range west of Belle Belleview
view Belleview to herd a bunch of cattle and
drive them back to Heather Island.
Mrs. R. L. Sumner and children left
last Monday for a visit to her par parents
ents parents at Parish.
The Belleview baseball swatters
had a little practice game with the
Pedro nine last Saturday.
Master Earl Hale underwent a suc successful
cessful successful operation for adenoids (an af affliction
fliction affliction of the breathing apparatus)

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: company's office, 2110-12 W. Monroe
street, at nine o'clock a. m. Monday,
j October 11th, in stead of on Wednes-
j
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J. D. Eooney, Secretary.
L. S. Light, President.

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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

LItIOX-DUNN MASONIC ISO DGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No.. 19, F. &
A. M.. meets on the first and third
Thursday evening9 or each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown. Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. 31.

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p. m. IL S. Wesson, II. P.
" Jake Brown. Sec'y.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lliiian simmoas, Sec'y.
VOODMK. of the world
Fot King Camp No. 14 mtets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth' Friday. Vlsltlnp
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C.
Chas. K. Sage, Herk.

ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extended to visitln?
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286. Benevolent
aud Protective Orde- of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Uuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffice, cast side.
3- H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise. Secietary. At.

OuALA TEMPLE
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday

afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are

cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C
Kate B. Howell, M. R.

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CONCORDIA LOIK3K T. U. YF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternat Union
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?n the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Cha3. K. Sage, Secretary Ad-

KMtiHTM OF pirn IAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C B. Howell, C C
Qaaa. K. Sage. K. of R. S. Ad

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8. 1915

THREE

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

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

Our Evening Thought
Heart culture is a very essential
thing. As the heart is the center of
life so it is also the center of good
and evil. The heart should be daily
nourished and tenderly guarded, for
from it will issue the things that make

daughter are returning from their
summer's outing spent with relatives
in Anderson, S. C, and were met in
Jacksonville by Mr. Dickson.
A Daughter of Pocahontas
Mrs. Edith Boiling Gait, President

should be seen just now in the prime guests of Mrs. Durand's parents, Mr. ',
of location for beauty and perfect- j and Mrs. B. L. Hooks, who expect to
nes3. Mr. John Michael, who lives ( spend the winter in Ocala, coming soon
with his nephew south of the city, ha3 i after the holidays. Mr. Durand will j
a magnificent telescope through which j resume his plumbing and tinning bus-
these heavenly bodies are revealed in j iness as usual. j
all their beauty and it is his greatest
pleasure at any time to entertain any j Miss Tincey Neely, who was operat-
one who may be interested. He is so j e(j on at the hospital a few days ago j
well versed on astronomy that an eve- t for appendicitis, is improving nicely, ;
ning with him and his telescope is j mucn to the pleasure of her friends, j
one never to be forgotten. j

for our eternal peace or everlasting j Wilson's fiancee, was "finished" in the
despair. Remember the body is short j famous Powell School for Girls? now
lived, but the influence which flows closed, in Richmond, and was a belle

from the heart is
Dennies.

deathless. A. P

Miss Mildred Warner arrived this
afternoon from Kalamazoo, Mich.,
where she has been attending college
for the past three years, and will
spend the winter here with her par parents,
ents, parents, Judge and Mrs. Lester Warner.
Mrs. Charles Tydings, who is hav having
ing having such a delightful visit to friends
and relatives in Ohio, has just con concluded
cluded concluded a lovely visit to a former
schoolmate in Canton, Ohio, returning
to Linworth, Ohio, today, where she is
a guest of a brother and family.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. fierig and little
Margaret (lerig have concluded a de delightful
lightful delightful visit to Mr. Gerig's brother-in-law,
Dr. Edwin Wolfe, wife and
family in Monterey, Cal., and are now
seeing the sights at the great expo exposition
sition exposition and having a wonderful time.
Mr. and Mrs. J. K. Dickson and lit little
tle little daughter, Miss Elizabeth Dickson,
are expected home this afternoon from
Jacksonville. They are making the
trip in their auto. Mrs. Dickson and

and beauty as a girl. She is of that
branch of the "English royali&t Boil Boiling
ing Boiling family, which traces direct descent
from the Indian Princess Pocahontas,
who was married to John Rolfe."
The many friends of Miss Nellie
Liddon will be pleased to learn that
she is rapidly recovering from her re recent
cent recent operation for appendicitis at the
hospital, where she has been since
last Sunday.
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Have you noticed the brilliant eve evening
ning evening star in the eastern sky? It is
Jupiter the king of the planets and
rises at sunset. Nearly twelve years
have passed since it has been so bril brilliant
liant brilliant as it now is. Scientists say it is
six times brighter than the dog star
which appears at midnight. The av average
erage average distance of Jupiter from the
earth is 166,000,000 miles, it is 88,000, 88,000,-000
000 88,000,-000 miles in diameter and 13,000 times
larger than the earth. It has eight
moons, four of which can be seen with
a small telescope. When magnified
one can see many beautiful details of
its surface which are concealed by
dense clouds, rich in beautiful color colorings.
ings. colorings. It is a wonderful sight and

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AT THE

TE1PLE TUMI!
PROGRAM
THE DIAMOND 'FROM THE SKY. (Thirteenth Episode.)
THE MAID 'O THE MOUNTAINS. (Biograph two-reel Drama, feat featuring
uring featuring Louis Vale, Edward Cecil and Franklin Ritchie.
SOME ROMANCE. (Kalem Comedy, featuring Ham and Bud.)
ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY

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Our Service
Is Prompt

We fully realize how neces necessary
sary necessary prompt delivery service it.
The average housewife likei to
have her meat sent just when
she wants it.
Small things count in a suc successful
cessful successful business. Next to sell selling
ing selling you good meat comes right

service. We are bound to pli

you if you care to try tu.

W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
PHONE 108

Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.

Cleanse 1 he Blood

anish Rheumatism

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Rheumatism Due to Bad Blood. S. S. S. Your Remedy

Thousands have been made well. People In the poorest health, suffer- . . r

un was constant. Who believed tnat "v

Vidal-Bigham j

In the presence of relatives and
scores of friends Miss Carrie Denett
Bigham, daughter of Mrs. Martha E1-"
len Bigham, and Mr. James Henry
Vidal, both of this city, were united in
marriage yesterday afternoon in the
First Methodist church, Rev. Dr. C. H.
Summers, pastor of the church, per performing
forming performing the ceremony. Immediately
afterwards the happy couple left for
their honeymoon, which will be spent
in Atlanta and Charleston, returning
from the latter point by steamer to
Jacksonville, and thence home.
Gainesville Sun.
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The King's Daughters met in reg regular
ular regular session yesterday morning in the
Sunday school room of the Methodist
church with a goodly attendance of
the faithful few. All reports were
turned in and approved. irs. Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, who has been custodian of the
charity clothing trunk for -the past
four years, asked that it be trans transferred,
ferred, transferred, and it is respectfully asked
that any person with clothing not of
especial use please contribute it to
the King's Daughters' box and deliver
same to Mrs. W. W. Clyatt's residence
on Daugherty street. They ask espe especially
cially especially for men's clothing and shoes.
Their demands are heavy indeed and
any contributions will be gratefully
received and rightly distributed among
the needy of our city and community.
The organization is a purely chari charitable
table charitable one, and asks co-operation from
the citizens. For any information,
phone Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, president.
.
Misses Ramona Kay and Marguer

ite Shine are spending today in Day Day-tona,
tona, Day-tona, going over from Jacksonville in

Mr. Edgar Inglis car this morning,

returning to their homes this evening.

Mrs. Goree Nelson of Tampa is the

guest of her sister, Mrs. Walter Haw Hawkins
kins Hawkins and family in Jacksonville.

Mrs. Harry Peter, Mrs. Charlie Tul-

lis and Mr. G. W. Neville of Dunnel-

lon; Mrs. J. J. Williams of Homosassa,
Judge Gaines and Mayor E. II. Mote
of Leesburg, were among the out of
town visitors to Ocala yesterday.

Mrs. D. T. Jeff coat is entertaining

her sister, Mrs. P. D. McDearmid and
little son of Plant City.

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durand returned

last night from a delightful summer
spent with relatives in Pennsylvania,
at the former home of Mrs. Durand.

Mr. Geo. W. Martin is in the city

for a week-end visit to his family.

Miss Janet' Weathers returned home

Wednesday afternoon from a fort fortnight's
night's fortnight's visit to relatives in Jacksonville.

Mrs. C. E. Ahem and little son are

visiting Mrs. Ahern's father, Mr. G.
!T. Liddon and family. Mrs. Ahern

has been away since early summer
and her friends are glad to welcome

her among them.

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The reason I love my dog with a de

votion that is more than love is

Because he does not talk back to me,

tie tnmks whatever I do is all right,
I don't have to make company of him.
He eats what's set before him and

asks no Questions.

He will follow me to the end of the

world.

He never sulks when I lick him,

lie tries to please me.

I have no rival in his affections his

love is all mine.

He respects my moods.

He never tells me of his troubles.

He is polite, wagging thanks with his

tail until it nearly drops off at

any little kindness.

He will fight for me,
And he misses me when I'm eone.

tie does what 1 tell him to, without

asking why and is jealous of

attentions I eive other docs.

He trusts me to the utmost with a

faith that is beautiful, blind

and exDhcable.

He will be faithful unto death.

Tomorrow, Oct. 9, is the day set

aside throughout the United States to
clean up as fire preventative. It is a

good move and every citizen should
appoint himself or herself as a com committee
mittee committee of one to see that all trash and

rubbish on their premises is destroy

ed and then not allowed to accumulate

again in the alleys or backyards. It

is an offense against decency to allow
filth and trash to accumulate in one's
yard. Trash breeds flies and flies are

disease bearers.

Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Parker were

guests in the city, registered at the

Harrington last night, returning to

their home in Tampa this afternoon.

Mr. Parker is proprietor of the DeSoto

WACAHOOTA

Wacahoota, Oct. 7. We are having

heavy rains here every day now and
the roads are getting full of water,
but we feel so far we have been bless blessed
ed blessed indeed as we have missed the ter terrible
rible terrible winds of the tropical storm?
that haev visited so many other
places.
Miss Rosalie Smith entertained
Miss Loleta Rawls of Montbrook,
Misses Dolly and Gertrude Willis and
Messrs. StafFord and Clancy of Wil Wil-liston
liston Wil-liston at supper Friday night. Cards
were enjoyed during the evening.
Mrs. J. O. Tyson and daughter
Jamielee, returned Sunday from sev several
eral several days visit to relatives in the Uni University
versity University City.
Mrs. J. W. Bradley left for Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sunday, where she underwent an
operation Tuesday morning at the
hospital at that place. Mr. Bradley
and daughter Lucile and her mother,
Mrs. L. M. Smith, went over Tuesday
to be with her. Her many friends
here and elsewhere will be pleased to
learn she Mood the operation fine and
is resting as easy as could be expect expected.
ed. expected. Mrs. V. P. Smith left Saturday for
a visit to Gainesville, Ocala and pos possibly
sibly possibly Jacksonville.
Rev. Henderson of Williston filled
his regular appointment here Sunday
afternoon. He was accompanied over
by Dr. Fletcher, wife and children.
Mr. Willie Whitehurst of Raleigh
was a Sunday afternoon caller at Mr.

C. M. Smith's.

Mr. George Whittington, Miss Ab-

bie Stokes and Mrs. Rhodes Whitting Whittington
ton Whittington and son of the Mcintosh section,

were guests of Mrs. C. R. Curry Sunday.

Mr. J. S. Dunning of Micanopy

passed thru here Sunday on his way

to and from his sister's, Mrs. George
Gibbons of Archer. He was accom accompanied
panied accompanied home by his brother, Mr.
Luther Taylor of Jacksonville.

Miss Mamie Gibbons and Dr. Foshea

of Archer motored thru here on a

joy ride Sunday afternoon.

Mr. Cedrick Smith, Misses Rosalie

Smith, Ethel Senn and Thelma Curry

enjoyed a horseback ride Sunday
morning.

There is to be a working at the M.

E. cemetery Thursday of this week.
Everybody invited to come and bring
hoes and rakes and dinner. Lets all
meet and give our help to this good
work.

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson '-and

son of Williston were guests of Mrs.

L. M. Smith Sunday.

"You At'iDat
Cake Agin!"
Of course he is! It's a
Calut?jet Cake. And like all
pastry baked witli Calumet 1 bikini;
Powder, it's liijlit, iluily, iinc-KRiiiK),
evenly raised and deliriously jood.
Whclescme too, fr Calumet is alsolutcly pure
I oth in the can and in the Inking.

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Calumet is always uniform in rji;.ilit never

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KENDRICK

Kendrick, Oct. 6. Mr. Dorman of

Panama, who has been the guest of
Mrs. J. B. Webb for the past week,

left Wednesday.

Mrs. Guthery of Rochelle, spent a

few days with her son, Mr.' J. J.

Guthery.

Mr. J. E. Turnipseed's many friendJ
regret to hear of his illness.
Mrs. F. C. Blowers left Thursday

for South Carolina.

The Ladies Missionary Society held

its regular meeting Sunday.

Mr. and Mrs. C. T. Perry announce

the arrival of a fine boy at their home
Monday night.

Mr. R. E. VanNess of Hernando

made a flying trip to our town Sat-

urday.-

Our school is progressing nicely
under the management of Mr. and

Mrs. Ash worth.

Mrs. B. C. Webb, Miss Julia and

Mrs. J. B. Webb visited Ocala friends

last Wednesday.
The Loyal Temperance Legion pro

gram Sunday night was pontponed on

account of the bad weather.

Mrs. L. J. Seckinger is able .to be

out after a few days illness.

MAGAZINES WANTED

Mrs. Charles Peyser received the

Inc from Rheumatism, with whom pa

their vitality was sapped ueyona repair, ii was iiroveu 10 lutui mat me
(..noo of their trouble was the blood: that Uric Acid, the most faithful ally

of Rheumatism, had grippal them. The poison in the blood had sapped Its sad news yesterday afternoon of the

Snf nd all enercv was tone. They felt "poorly." were listless, pain death of her brther, Mr. A. Otten

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wi pver nresent. with poor digestion ana ayspep-sia. iney mea a. a. iis:r m ew iorc uuy. 3ir. ut-

nature's brood tonic. They gave up urugs. xms compouna ot nature a tensosser was one of the pioneers in

ji nnt iif, iiiii what nnicrs ranea to do. it llieraiiv I ii i- t .

reiueuiea ui ...... .v..-., M ... i ixie mei.ru pons oi me manuiatcuriner
washed the blood free from poison, and with the flow of pure blood came u- u j tT 6
.ti, vnr hnm.iness. Oet S. S. S. from vour dru,r- of human hair goods. He is also a

irist Insist upon S. is. i. It yours is a long sianuing case, write ior "'umcr ui wessrs. xj. ana u. Jizen-

special advice to S. S. S. Co., Atlanta Ga., but begin taking S. S. S. I sosser, former residents of Ocala.

at once. -- I

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Mr. and Mrs. Paul Durand return

2k 4 W4o ed last night from a three months

AO tlx xi.ee.. in uluc; iccui

vacation spent in Butler, Pa., the

Anvone having magazines about

the house which they can spare, wil

please notify Mrs. E. A. Osborne

chairman of the social service com
mittee of the Woman's Club, who wil

see that they get into the hands of
people who cannot or do not take

magazines. 10-7-tf

TO TIIE PUBLIC

Received Highest Awards World's Pure Food
Exposition, Chicago, 11L, Pans Exposition, 1912

Yoa don't save money

vrherf yoa buy chezp or big-can baking powder. Don't fee mialed. Buy Calumet.

Ir motfl

economicalmore wholeome ivca belt result, Calamct is far superior to aoar nuJc and KKk, g

A. a L. SCHEDULE

Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line

will arrive and depart in Ocala at the

following times:

No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters

burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.

No. 38, SL Petersburg to Jackson-

ville, 2:25 a. m.

No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,

5:40 a. m.

No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,

Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.

No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny-

jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur

day, 6:40 a. m.

No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and

Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.

No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson

ville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.

No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05

p. m.

No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25

m. 4
No. 30, Jacksonville to St. Peters

burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.

No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines-;

ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.

No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,

Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.

No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,

9:05 p. m.

No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny-

jiro), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.

On Saturday and Monday, 18

pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol

lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

Otn? IJemecII

JOBN THOMPSON
CARPENTER
Contractor in all kind3 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
OCALA FLORIDA

Have you got Rheumatism? If no, use our remedies and TREAT
it. It won't get well by iUelf.
Whatever be the matter with you, buy your medicines from us
and know that you can rely on them to be full strength, fresh and
pure.
nti-Monopoly Drug Store.
WE TAKE CARE

"I feel that I owe the manufactur

ers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera,
and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of!
gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. White Whitehall,
hall, Whitehall, Gowanda. N. Y. "When I be began
gan began taking this medicine I was in
great pain and feeling terribly sick,
due to an attack of summer com complaint.
plaint. complaint. After taking a dose of it 1
had not long to wait for relief as it
benefited me almost immediately."
Obtainable everywhere, Adv.
On Saturday and Monday, IS
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

Put

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

Most complete line of tablets, piis,
pencils, etc., for school children, at
Gerig's. tf

Try one of those frosted pints cX

Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.

Dr. D. M. Doney
OPTOMETRIST

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NEW YORK AND RETURN

VIA

CLYDE

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EYESIGHT SPECIALIST

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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
-n 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 pnees
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest
to those in need of glasses.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
Gary Block
OCALA FLORIDA

Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN L1M IT OCTOBER 31st.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars. 1
H G W E N Z E L Florida passenger agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot f Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

The Commercial Bamts

OCALA, FLORIDA.

CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depositary.



FOUR

OCA LA EVENING STA& FRIDAY, OCTOBER 8, 1915

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OCALA OCCURENCES f

Woodmen meet this evening.
Supervisor Barco is in town, at attending
tending attending to official business.

Mr. C. A. Tremere was in
from Belleview today.

town

Big supply of silver skin Bermuda
onion sets just received. Bitting &
Co., 410 N. Magnolia St. 18-Ct
Dr. Schiltz, formerly in charge of
the business college here, will remove
to Texas.

WEATHER FORECAST

Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
drinks, at Johnny's Place. tf

The seventh monster rattlesnake of
the season was brought in this morn morning
ing morning from an adjoining plantation. The
reptile measured five feet nine inches,
with nine rattles.

Our sheet music stock is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
8 2-tf Lattner's Fiano Store.

Fair tonight, cooler east, central
and south portions; Saturday, fair ex except
cept except probably showers and cooler ex extreme
treme extreme south portion.
At the Temple last night was one
of the funniest outline caricatures
seen in a long time. Tonight there
will be an episode of "The Diamond
from the Sky," Ham and Bud and
"The Maid of the Mountains," a thrill thrilling
ing thrilling drama.

Mr. Jos. WT. Dodge has returned
from a visit to Gainesville, where he
has established a branch office for the
Dodge Sign Company. He has already
been awarded one large contract, and
says the University City is a live
place.

Brussels Linen correspondence
stationery in neat boxes, new novelty
flaps, in six colors. The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 8-6t.

Mr. G. K. Williams is at home
again from a lengthy stay in the
northwest, where he has been in the
interest of the contracting firm of J.
F. Jenkins & Co., building govprr.ment
buildings in St. Louis and other cities.

Garden and flower seed of every
kind. Bitting & Co., 410 North Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. 17-6t

Mr. W. L. Preston and Mr. W. II.
Preston were representatives of Tam Tampa
pa Tampa registered at the Harrington today.
Also Mr. F. T. Weight, one of the
representative orange growers of Pal Palmetto,
metto, Palmetto, is in our city.

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

Mr. J. McL. Thomas had the mis misfortune
fortune misfortune to lose a .$5 bill this morning.
x He dropped it somewhere between the
Commercial Bank and Peyser's store.
If any person who picked it up will
return it t ohim, he will appreciate the
favor.

Take a look at the big line of
Crane's Linen Lawn stationery, in all
shades and tints, at The Court Phar Pharmacy.
macy. Pharmacy. 8-Gt.

Road Master Robinson of the A. C.
L., who was in town -today, says he
has made requisition for the lumber,
and hopes to soon begin work on the
Oklawaha and Fort King crossings.

Crane's Quartered Oak writing pa paper
per paper is the latest in fancy stationery.
The Court Pharmacy. 8-6t.

On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
casb- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

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FIRST GAME

TO PHILADELPHIA

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SEE THE FARM on the .Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Jos. W. Dodge, an expert sign
painter of Ocala, is in the city and
may locate here permanently. The
firm is known as the Dodge Sign &
Decorating Co., J. W. Dodge, manager,
and Sam Dilly, sign artist. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf

A PINE WHOOPING
COUGH REMEDY
Mothers, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
is just the remedy for your children's
cold ailments. The fact is that pine is
a quick enemy of cold conditions. Its
qualities loosen the mucous in the
throat, soothe the lungs and open up
the air passages. The combination of
honey, soothing and pleasant, with the
loosening pine quality makes this an
ideal cough remedy ? for children.
Each passing year, brings for. it,, new
friends. A family of growing children
cannot afford fo be without it. 25c
a bottle. No. S.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM

ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

The Junior League social will be
given at the parsonage Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 3 o'clock. There will be a
short literary progras also, and all the
children are invited to come and have
a good time.

ROOMS FOR., RENT And furnished
rooms, for, light housekeeping;', large
rooms, rates reasonable, opposite
postoffice. Call 206 N.' Main SU or
M. Lucas, at Ocala .House,', Barber
shop. 10-7-6t

Inez Kirk, an inmate of one of the
west end houses, went to the Seaboard
station, to take the train last night,
but became so disorderly that Police Policeman
man Policeman Wells had to take her to jail.
She was shut in the upstairs cell re reserved
served reserved for women, and resented her
incarceration with screams that were
heard over half the town. She was in
no condition to be tried this morning,
so her hearing was put off until tomorrow.

The new initial stationery at the
Court Pharmacy is the nobbiest ever
in boxes. 8-6t.

All Babies Destined

oOreaf Achievement

To be born is to be great. For there

are possibilities in every tiny hjiman in

It! L. t'uiv.-.? h.cr try in
r i i wontlj. Trill surely I
f-' f "'Z 111 of riarfceJ Leaeft 1

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fant. And for this

reason every one
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M whatever is done

hv "-c roomer,, to re

lieve her cf liistresscs

to

y A in en- tlio sterlin?

t c.3 "Mother's Friend."
-i It is v !;at is cnlled ar
crocaiion. It is a

plied to the abdominal niu.r!?s, gent!;;
rubbed in by your crrn Land puided
by your own mind. It makes l!ie muscle?
pliant, tney expand quite naturally and thu
effect upon the nerves is such Hint they ad adjust
just adjust themselves to tlie process of expansion
so that paia from this source is almost elinu
nated. Women Mho use "Mother's Friend
refer to the absence of morning sickness, they
are relieved of a great many minor dis distresses,
tresses, distresses, all apprehension disappears and llose
peculiar nervous "fidgets" no longer disturb
the nights. It is well named "Mother's
Friend." Get a bottle today of any drug" drug"-gist.
gist. drug"-gist. Then at once write for a most enter entertaining:
taining: entertaining: and instructive book for all prospec.
tive mothers. Address Bradfield Regulator
Co- 405 Lamar BMff., Atlanta, Ga.

E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers

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

FOR RENT Large and comfortable
rooms with fireplace; nicely .furnish .furnished;
ed; .furnished; conveniently located; all modern
conveniences; rates reasonable. Apply
602 East Second street, corner San Sanchez,
chez, Sanchez, or at Star office. 9-7-tf

FOR SALE New 2-passenger 4 4-cylinder
cylinder 4-cylinder roadster, in good .condition;
also movable garage, can be moved
anywhere. Address "Roadster," care
Ocala Evening Star. 5-6t

WANTED To buy a second hand
bath tub in good condition; must be
cheap. Address P. O. Box No. 10,
Ocala, Fla. 10-5-6t

FOR SALE One share of stock in
Reddick Packing & Ice Co., $100. Will
take $75 CASH; want money quick.
P. O. Box 602. 10-5
HELP WANTED Salesman, exper experienced,
ienced, experienced, with good records. Attrac Attractive
tive Attractive proposition for the right man.
Positions open for some now; other
vacancies later. Give full particulars
of your past, work and references in
first letter. Address, The Thomas
Advertising Service, Tampa, Fla. 6t
LAND TO RENT A ten acre tract
two miles out, fronting on Silver
Springs boulevard; fenced. Will be
rented on shares. Apply to R. R.
Carroll, SUr office. 9-30-tf
COTTAGE FOR RENT A small cot cottage,
tage, cottage, well located. Owner will re remodel
model remodel same according to wishes of
tenant. Apply to Davis S. Welch. 29-tf

Philadelphia: Burns struck out. Al Alexander
exander Alexander out fly to left field. Stock hit
a high one which was fumbled by the
pitcher and went safely to first. Ban Bancroft
croft Bancroft out pitcher to first.
Sixth Inning
Boston: Speaker out fly to left.
Lewis struck out. Gardner out on pop
fly to catcher.
Philadelphia: Paskert out pitcher to
fiist. Cravath out fly to center. Lud Lud-erius
erius Lud-erius out second to first.
Seventh Inning
Boston: Barry singled to left. Cady
sacrificed and Barry passed to second.
Shore struck out. Hooper struck out.
Philadelphia: Whitted out, fly to
pitcherl Neihoff out, pitcher to first.
Burns out, second to first.
Eighth Inning
Boston: Scott out, fly to short.
Speaker walked. Hobitzel out third to
first, and Speaker went to second.
Lewis singled to left and Speaker
scored. Gardner out fly to center.
Philadelphia: Alexander out, sec second
ond second to first. Stock took first on balls.
Bancroft sent a pretty single over
second, advancing Stock. Paskert took

four balls and walked. Cravath hit to
short and out at first, advancing Stock

and Paskert. Luderius singled past

third and scored Stock and Bancroft.
Whitted struck out.
Ninth Inning
Boston: Barry struck out, Hen Hen-dricksen
dricksen Hen-dricksen (for Cady) safe to first who
fumbled. Ruth (for Shore) out pitcher
to first. Hooper out fly to first.
The matinee at the Temple was
poorly attended this afternoon, and it
is hoped that the fans will turn out
tomorrow. The games as called by Mr.
Robert Adams are very interesting.
The ladies are especially invited to
come out. They will not be charged
any admission.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

IS YOUR BABY ENTERED?

..Has your baby been enrolled for the
Better Babies ..Contest? If not see
that it is before November 1st. Age

limit six months to three years. Ap Application
plication Application cards furnished by Mrs.

Eugene Peek.

On Saturday and Monday, 18

pounds of. 'sugar for $1, with one dol

lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

NOTICE TO SCHOOL PATRONS

As the attendance in the beginners
class of both primary schools is small,
the board of trustees of the sub-

school district has authorized us to
admit children to these classes who
will be six years of age by Christmas.

, ,,Ella M. Mendenhair, r
i Principal : North Ocala School :

: Nellie C. Stevens,
Principal PrimaryJ5chool.

See tne line of RexaJl, school sup supplies
plies supplies at Gerig's. tf

,.. For plumbing ana electrical work

see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf

GET RID OF THOSE

POISONS IN YOUR SYSTEM!

You will find Dr. Bell's New Life
Pills a most satisfactory laxative in
releasing the poisons from your sys system.
tem. system. Accumulated waste and poisons
cause manifold ailments unless re released.
leased. released. Dizziness, spots before the

eyes, blackness and a miserable feel

ing generally are indications that you
need Dr. King's New Life Pills. Take
a dose tonight and you will exper

ience a grateful relief by morning.
25 cents. No. 3.
GAME LAW ENFORCEMENT
. AND REWARDS

(Continued from First Page)
Tax Assessor Marion County.
On resolution the following pro rata
division of road fund expenditures for
1915 was adopted, to-wit:
No. 1, $C000.
No. 2, $8000.
No. 3, $S000.
No. 4, $6000.
No. 5, $9000.
All bids on maintaining Ocala and
Mcintosh and Flemington roads were
refused, and bids on Blitchton road
referred to Commissioners Hutchins

and Cam with power to act. Bid on

Martel road refused, and referred to

Commissioners Hutchins and Cam
with power to act.

Bid on opening up the first mile and

a quarter of the Fort McCoy and Or Orange
ange Orange Springs road was awarded to J.

and settlement with the comptroller
and the county commissioners.

Given under my hand and seal this

6th day of October in the year A. D.

1915. Alfred Ayer, (L. S.)

J. Jalusky, he being the lowest bidder,

at the sum of $35 for first quarter
mile and $265 for next mile, and the
chairman and county engineer author

ized to execute contract with Mr.

Jalusky in matter.

Justices of peace, inspectors of
marks and brands, tax collector, sher sheriff
iff sheriff and county judge filed reports.
All bills approved and audited were
ordered paid.
The board thereupon adjourned un until
til until Tuesday, October 12, 1915.
W. D. Cam, Chairman.
P. H. Nugent, Clerk.

ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS

I The undersigned intend to enforce

the game law in Marion county, Flori Florida
da Florida and to the person or persons fur furnishing
nishing furnishing the evidence upon which a
conviction of a violation of the game
law in Marion county, Florida, i3 had

we offer the following rewards:

For conviction of a sheriff or game
warden, $25.
For conviction of a deputy sheriff,

constable, or deputy game warden,

$10.
For conviction of any other perosn,
$5.
Applicable only for offenses commit committed
ted committed in Marion county, Florida, and
for a period of one year commenc commencing
ing commencing September 16th, 115.
JOHN P. GALLOWAY,
Sheriff Marion. Co., Fla.
JOSEPH BELL,
Co. Game Warden, Marion Co. Fla.

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 Weil located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf

FOR SALE Two-story house on
Fort King avenue. One of the very
best locations in Ocala. Terms to
suit. Address P. O. Box 273, Ocala,
Fla. 17-tf

FOR SALE New $50 RANGE for
only $28.50; fine, large, heavy cast
iron, with large brass hot Tvater tank
and large over. New never used. Big
bargain. Can be seen at residence of
E. C. Smith, 403 Daugherty ... street.
(Anthony road). fri-sat-tf

NONE EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN

"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. Hamer, Mont Mont-pelier,
pelier, Mont-pelier, Ind. When you have a cold
give this remedy a trial and see for
yourself what a splendid medicine it
is. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
COLDS DO NOT
LEAVE WILLINGLY

Because a cold is stubborn is no
reason why you should be. Instead of
"wearing" it out, get sure relief by
taking Dr. King's New Discovery.
Dangerous brovchial and ( lung ail ailments
ments ailments often follow a cold5 iwhich has
been neglected at the beginning. As
your body faithfully battles those
col4 germs, no better aid can be given
than the use 6t this remedy. Its merit
has been tested by old and young.
Get a bottle today. 50 and 1$. No. 3.
Get a bottle today. 50c and $1. No. 3

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.

WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD
. "I have used Chamberlain3 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. Adv.

NOTICE

I guarantee all my work and would
be pleased to, hear from any that is
unsatisfactory. D. C. Baldwin, type typewriter
writer typewriter repairer, Carlton House, phone
193. It

RHEUMATISM AND ALLIED
PAINS TnEY MUST GO!

The congestion of the blood in its
ow causes pain. Sloan's Liniment pen penetrates
etrates penetrates to the congestion and starts
the blood to ow freely. The body's
warmth is renewed; the pain is gone.
The "man or woman who has rheu rheumatism,
matism, rheumatism, neuralgia or other pain and
fails to keep Sloan's Liniment in their
home is like a drowning man refus refusing
ing refusing a rope." Why suffer. Get a bottle
of Sloan's. 25c. and 50c. $1 bottle
holds six times as much as 25 cent
size. ...... No. 3.
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

NOTICE
The Woman's Auxiliary of Grace
church will open the united offering
boxes at the October meeting instead
of the November meeting, by order of
the committee.

BILIOUSNESS & CONSTIUATION

It is certainly surprising that any
woman will endure the miserable feel feelings
ings feelings caused by biliousness and con constipation,
stipation, constipation, when relief is so easily had
and at so little expenese. Mrs. Chas.
Peck, 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. Adv.

Mclvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

? WHEN IN NEED OF

I Dl IIMDIMH i

PHONE 235
V

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ALL WORK GUARANTEED
AEON
THE PLUMBER

WOOD
PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
Z YOUR ORDER WILL nAVE
X IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
I J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

QROC

BR IBS

We Don't Know Why Groceries Are Going Up In
Price, But They Are.
For the last week or ten days we have had one
advance after the other. Most of these advances are
on the staple groceries.
We are doing everything in our power to keep
prices down. We have always maide it our business
to never advance our price until we were forced to.
If you will make it a point to deal with us the
year round, you will profit by it. You are not only
assured of "QUALITY Goods" but you get honest
weight and measure, and our prices are always in line
when you consider the "Quality."
The following list of CASH specials are for

SATITTMIMW 1116 BJMMMira A W fte

LET US II AVE YOUR ORDERS

Siigai's Reliable Isms, per Ik 18c
This lot of Hams would cost 18 to replace them but we are giving you the
benefit of our buy. v

White Bacon, & 12ic
Pure Leaf Lard, 13 c
Lard Compound," 11 c

Rich Taste Cheese 21c
Home Ground Meal Js25c
Kingnan's ES8F rbr 15c

M(PJ? Broken, but as white and clean as can be a good cooker and as
livoiu nourishing as the whole rice
4j Lbs, for 25c; 20 Lbs, for $1; 50 Lbs. for $2.40

Jams, Jellies and Preserves

Z5c Jars Florida Guava Jam Ap
on these days for LM v
25c Jars Florida Kumquat Mar-
malade Lul
25c Jars Florida Orange Jelly, Ifip
per jar Uv
25c Jars R. H. Orange Marma- fip
lade, per jar Lu v
15c Glasses Apple Marmalade, 1 2r
per glass 13 v
Maiden Blush Pure Apple Jelly A Ap
per glass -j Uyw

25c Jars Old Virginia Tomato '77r,
Preserves, per jar. LL
30c Jars Old Virginia Red Raspberry
Cherry, Peach and Raspber- JLn
ry-Gooseberry Preserves l)v
25c Jars Strained Cranberry )Jn
Sance, per Jar LL
15c Glasses Raspberry-Apple, Blackberry-Apple
and Damson- f-,
Apple Jam, per glass luw

BrooIdfieM iilers per Ik; 38c
It looks as if we are going to see higher prices on Butter but we have
bought ahead for a while.

SAUCES- and CATSUPS

25c Bottles Snider's Oyster Cock-'J'l-,
tail Sauce, per bottle LLJ
15c Bottles Snider's Chili Sauce 1 2 2-per
per 2-per bottle IOw
25c Bottles Snider's Chili Sauce JJp
per bottle LLd

15c Bottles Olney's Tomato lr
Catsup, per bottle iO
25c Bottle OIney's Tomato J'Jr
Catsup, per bottle LLQ
15c Bottles Pepper Sauced per iJn
bottle ILJ

MP1T? Whole Grain and Fancy. When cooked dry every grain will
JlvUiCj stan(i t0 it's self - -
3i Lbs. for 25c; 15 Lbs. for $1; 50 Lbs. for $3.20

CANNED GOODS

Pie Peaches, Large Tins, each JQq

Pork anoVBeans, small tins, 2
for

15c Tins Van Camp's Pork and OCp
Beansk 2 tins for LtJv
20c Tins Olney's Pork and Beansl
per tin 1 Ul

09c

No. 2 Tins Van Camp's Red A A A-Kidney
Kidney A-Kidney Beans, per tin UyC

30c Tins Red Line Asparagus,
per tin
No. 3 Tins of Rheubarb, per
tin

24c
12c

Coffee, Bulk Roasted, per lb. 12ic
Coffee, Green & a Good One 12ic
r
(These two items will cost you from 15 to 20c most any place)

O. K. Teapot Grocery

OCALA.

PHONE 16

FLORIDA

2 c

in wmu i i II.II...IL ii m.i iuyi

Tock Too Long to Reach It.
"I wouifin'i my wife's having
tho last wcr.t rtij.j ir. Ilfnpcck. "if
ihz would oiiiy hurrv no end cet tc

hi" I.f:jpla-'itta

For pine or oak wood call M, four
rings. Quick delivery. 9-27-Gt

Fresh Nunnally's candies by express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
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 citT.

ADVEiri'loK IN TIIS STAB

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