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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL. 21. OCALA, FLORIDA. SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1915 NO. 210
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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Smitten Heavily By the Serbians at the Cross Crossing
ing Crossing of the Save

FIERCE ATTACK OF GERMANS
London, Oct. 0. There is no climax J
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in the constantly changing aiKan
political situation for the last twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four hours. The departure of the en entente
tente entente diplomats has given a touch of
finality to Bulgaria's commitment on
Germany's side. There ha.s been no
formal declaration of war yet be between
tween between Bulgaria and Serbia. No overt
act has been committed by Bulgaria
or her opponents except the uncon unconfirmed
firmed unconfirmed report that a Russian fleet
has bombarded the Bulgarian coast
near Varna. Nevertheless, Bulgaria
is preparing for a flank attack an
"Serbia. She is concentrating cavalry
and heavy artillery under a German
commander in the direction of Keed-
fctedil, m-ar the Serbian border.
SMITTEN P,Y SERBIANS
According to Serbian official ad advices
vices advices the Austro-German attack has
not met with much success. The in invaders
vaders invaders lost heavily in crossing the
Save river and are now pinned to the
river bank. There are many Ger Germans
mans Germans among the prisoners, some said
to be members of the Prussian bri brigade
gade brigade that was formerly operating
against Italy.
ALLIES HAVE LANDED AN ARMY
There is still a slight element of
'doubt in the attitude of Greece which
probably will not be dispelled until
the new cabinet makes a definite an announcement
nouncement announcement of its policy. Meantime
the entente powers seem satisfied
with the assurance of continued neu
trality. Something over 32,000 al
lied troops are reported to have al
ready landed at Saloniki.
DESPERATE FIGHT FOR DVINSK
The Russian war office makes an
official announcement of the sinking
of a German transport in the Baltic
by a British submarine. The Dvinsk
battle front still claims the greatest
attention on the eastern front. The
Germans are trying to take the city
from in front on the north. The
Russians admit the loss of some
trenches ten miles north of the city.
BIG GUNS BUSY
German artillery fire is heavy on
the western front. It is particularly
violent at Loos and in the Cham Champagne
pagne Champagne section.
GERMAN LOSS WAS HEAVY
Paris, Oct. 9.: Reports last night
indicate that the German losses in
their offensive yesterday against the
positions of the Allies near Loos
were. very heavy.
BULGARIA'S DEMAND
Milan, Oct. 9. The Petrograd cor correspondent
respondent correspondent of the Corrierre Delia
Sera says he has learned on good au authority
thority authority that Bulgaria will send Ser Serbia
bia Serbia an ultimatum demanding the ces
sion of Macedonia as a preliminary
to a declaration of war.
CUT AND DRIED
Rome, Oct. 9. The Tribuna says
an agreement for joint military ac action
tion action was concluded last April between
Emperor William of Germany and
King Ferdinand of Bulgaria. Ger Germany
many Germany intended to attack Serbia while
the latter was ravaged with epidem epidemics,
ics, epidemics, but Italy's intervention in the
.war, causing Austria to send large
forces to the Italian frontier, caused
a delay.
BULGARIAN PORT
WILL BE BOMBARDED
Athens, Oct. 9. A division of the
great fleet of the Allies has come up
from the Dardanelles and is now pre preparing
paring preparing to vigorously bombard Dede Dede-agatch,
agatch, Dede-agatch, Bulgaria's only port on the
Aegean 3a. Bulgarian troops are
being "rushed to Dedeagatch to resist
the capture ofJi.at point by the Allies.

DIFFICULT 1

SEVERELY PUNISHED BY THE
FRONT
(Associated Press)
FOB THE PRESIDENT
ALL
THE WORLD CONGRATU CONGRATULATES
LATES CONGRATULATES HIM AND HIS
BRIDE TO BE
Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 9. President Wil Wilson
son Wilson and his fiance remaine dhere for a
few hours today, before going to
Philadelphia to see the second game
of the World's Series. Both are
happy. Their reception here was
warm and they, received many con congratulatory
gratulatory congratulatory telegrams, many from
foreign countries.
REPORT OF THE COUNTY
SUPERINTEDENT OF ROADS
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 5, 1915.
To the Honorable Board of County
Commissioners, Marion County.
Gentlemen: I herewith submit my
report for September as follows:
District 1. Repaired with lime and
graded 2V miles and harrowed same,
patched 1 miles, side-ditched -mile
on Kendrick and Blitchton roads. Re Repaired
paired Repaired Orange avenue road and used
grader on 2 miles. Repaired 1330
feet on wire road. Total $233.12.
District 2. Cleared, grubbed and
opened 5120 feet, built two bridges 46
and 18 feet in length, made fill of 1100
feet and clayed the ruts on same on
Dunnellon and Lebanon road; moved
camp on the lGth to Oklawaha and
Moss Bluff road. Built on Blitchton
road 1500 feet and removed rock and
repaired 14 -miles on McCully road
to intersection of Martin and Blitch Blitchton
ton Blitchton roads, surveyed and established
line of same definitely and in ac accordance
cordance accordance with the U. S. government
survey; graded 1950 feet and moved
and rebuilt two lines of fence through
the Blitch farms where road is chang changed
ed changed back to the original route. Moved
camp to Blitchton. Cost of feeding
prisoners 32 cents per man per day;
cost of feeding mules 56 cents per
mule per day. Made cut and fill of 900
feet on the Rockwell and Morganville
road, 1150 cubic yards; repaired
Romeo and Dunnellon road, filling up
stump holes where settling had taken
place; used grader on 3600 feet on
Micanopy and Flemington roads;
strawed 34 -mile between eight and
nine-mile posts and made repairs be be-tvnon
tvnon be-tvnon Martel and York on Dunnellon
road; made repairs on McDavid and
Coton Plant road, and Emathla and
Blitchton road. Total $999.71.
District 3. Clayed 2910 feet on
Oklawaha and Moss Bluff road, cost 5
cents per lineal foot or at the rate of
$264 per mile; cost of feeding prison prisoners
ers prisoners 19.8 cents per man per day; cost
of feeding mules 51 cents per mule
per day. Made repairs on Orange ave avenue
nue avenue between district line and five-mile
post; made fill on approach to'Stark's
ferry; made repairs on Lake Weir and
Stanton road. Total $247.95.
District 4. Graded 1200 feet on
Astor and Daytona road; 1740 feet on
Grahamville and Lynne road; built
two new bridges and made fill 50 feet;
graded 300 feet on Grahamville and
Electra road, and built three new
brides. Total $198.38.
District .5 Built 2340 feet sand sand-clay
clay sand-clay road on Mcintosh road; cost 16
cents per lineal foot; grubbed 2430
feet, made cut and fill 868 feet, 1011
cubic yards; used grader on Mcintosh
and Boardman roads, 2Vi miles. Cost
of feeding prisoners 15.4 cents per
man per day; cost of feeding mules
60 cents per mule per day.
Graded 7875 feet on the Hickman
road; graded 3108 feet on the Fort
McCoy and Authony road; repaired

PLEASANT DAYS

ALLIES Oil THE WESTERN
VQODMEfl AT WORK
Interesting and Well Attended Meet Meeting
ing Meeting of Fort King Camp
Friday Evening
Fort King Camp W. O. W. held a
most interesting session at the forest
Friday night, and besides the routine
business several new features were j
instilled into the meeting which will
mean a great deal to the future J
growth and prosperity of the local
body.
Mr. Mason O'Neal took his first trii: i
through the dense woodland that leads
to the inner courts of Woodcraft, and
the evening being the (oolej: of the
present fall season, had a most de delightful
lightful delightful journey. When his pathway
took him past the congealed waters
he faltered only a moment to make
sure that faithful choppers were by
his side to protect him, then bravely
walked across to where his friends
awaited his arrival.
At the last session a compact had
been made between the presiding of officer
ficer officer and Mr. T. C. Carter, the baker.
by which the camp enjoyed a most
pleasant spread after4he business of
the evening had been attended to. The
best cake and punch that ever graced
a chopper's table was served by Mr.
Carter in such abundance that even
Lamar, Sage and Cole all gurgled
"enough" before it had nearly all dis disappeared.
appeared. disappeared. And when this trio can
be made to say quits, it's a sure sign
to all who know them that there has
been "some eats" around in plenty.
The spread was the result of a
compromise between Mr. Carter and
the presiding officer, and was served
in lieu of a speech which is always
demanded of newly elected members
on the occasion of their initiation.
Tom says he is no speech maker, but
the boys all agree that he is "sum pun pun-kins"
kins" pun-kins" at making cake and punch.
A splendid degree team is now or organized,
ganized, organized, and tho they have only had
a limited amount of practice, big
things are promised the members of
Fort King Camp during the winter.
The team is being drilled by Captain
Chas. E. Harris, who is showing the
Camp that no mistake was made
when it was decided to turn this fea
ture over to him to work out.
OVERTAKEN BY AN ENEMY
Brutal Murder in Minneapolis of
Woman from Buffalo
(Associated Press)
Minneapolis, Oct. 9. Mrs. Katherine
Arnold, of Buffalo, who told an ac acquaintance
quaintance acquaintance here that sho ias trying
to escape an enemy, who had pursued
her for a thousand miles, was choked
and beaten to death in a hotel here
last night.
The police believe the murderer
walked into the hotel and asked for
her loom. Two night clerks and two
women in the hotel are beii:g held.
BE SURE TO PAY YOUR GAS
BILL MONDAY OR YOUR SERVICE
WILL BE DISCONTINUED. It
3087 feet on the wire road; graded and
built 550 feet and covered 950 feet
with two inches gravel; cleared and
grubbed 1530 feet on Sparr road.
Total $993.91.
Total for month, $2,673.07.
Respectfully submitted.
James R. Moorhead.
Superintendent of Roads.
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
For plumbing ana eiecirlcal work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf

FRENCH MILITARY AUTHORITIES EXHIBIT THEIH
EFFICIENT AERIAL FLEET

(Associated
Paris, Oct. 9. That an aerial army
had been formed, in divisions and
squadrons with battle aeroplanes, air
cruisers, scouts, and torpedo planes,
some of them carrying three-inch can
non ana rapid nre guns, proved a
reality yesterday when Alexander!
Miller and, the War Minister, assign assigned
ed assigned two military experts to conduct
the war correspondents to a point not
mentioned, where the new fleet of bat-
' tie craft was assembled and later to
the aviation school where a hundred
aviators were learning to fly.
The correspondents watched the
fleet maneuvering high in the air and
firing rounds from the three-inch rifles
while they soared, looped and darted
about. At the aviation field the bat
tle planes, cruisers and scouts spread ;
out in battle formation, twenty planes
to the row and ten planes deep, the
wings making a front half mile wide.
What the officers said was the first
realization of a' battle plane was the
center of attraction. It carried a crew
of twelve men with two cannon on its
wings. The cruisers are armed with
one cannon and rise vertically from
the ground to a speed of ninety miles
an hour. Each souadron consists of
nine planes, including all types; one
battle plane, two cruisers and six
scouts. Thj complement of a squad squadron
ron squadron is fifty officers and men.
Seven of the American aviators in
the French army took part in the re recent
cent recent raid on Champagne, five other
Americans are scouting on other parts
of the French lines.
BASKETBALL TEAM
HAS REORGANIZED
The Wildcats of Ocala on the Way to
Win the State Championship
A big bunch of merry and pretty
girls in Troxler's late yesterday caus
ed a Star reporter to stop, look and
admire, and thereby secure the im
portant information that the Wildcats,
Ocala's famous basketball team, had
reorganized.
The Wildcats are a team any town
should be proud of, both for good
looks and good playing. They held
the second place in the state last sea season,
son, season, and are determined to be first
this year.
The public must expect some im important
portant important announcement in regard to
the team's plans in a few days. Miss
Bertha Smith is coach of the team,
which is composed of Misses Agnes
Burford, Louise Spencer, Sidney Per Perry,
ry, Perry, Lillian Smith, Nettie Camp, Carita
Camp, Kathleen Leitner, Theo Beck Beckham,
ham, Beckham, Leslie Jackson, Kit Davis, Louise
Rentz and Callie Gissendaner.
EDUCATIONAL ASSOCIATION
The regular meeting of the Marion
County Educational Association was
held this morning at the high school
study hall, as per adjournment at the
April meeting. Owing to the lack of
general publicity of the meeting,
there was only a small number in at attendance.
tendance. attendance. Those present were Prof.
W. II. Cassels, Miss Elizabeth Mizelle,
Mrs. Rex Todd, Mrs. Wesson of the
Ocala school, Prof. Miller of the Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh school, and Superintendent J.
H. Brinson. The election of officers
for the ensuing year was postponed
until the November meeting, at which
time a large attendance is expected.
It was agreed at the next meeting
AN OCALA
MAN'S EXPERIENCE
. Results Tell the Tale
Can you doubt the evidence of this
Ocala citizen?
wVfJ1- 7 enaorsemem"
" f t 3
Rev. D. W. Price, 4 Orange street.
Ocala, says: "My kidney3 were
weak and at times I couldn't control
the passages of the kidney secre secretions.
tions. secretions. I was greatly bothered dur during
ing during busy hours of the day. I got a
box of Doan's Kidney Pills and be began
gan began using them as directed. They
certainly acted quickly in regulating
the action of my kidneys and reliev relieving
ing relieving the lameness in my back. I don't
hesitate to recommend them to any anyone
one anyone having kidney complaint."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy
get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Rev. Price had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 11.

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Press)
there would be a demonstration in
primary methods suitable to one or
two teacher schools and a clear dem
onstration and understanding with
rerence to the educational exhibit at
the fair. At the last meeting in the
spring there was a resolution adopt adopted
ed adopted asking the county school board to
allow those teachers who would at attend
tend attend the educational association to
dismiss their schools at noon on Fri Friday
day Friday for not less than two meetings
during the year, and to inal:? certain
allowances for traveling expanses.
These matters will be presented to the
board a. the next meeting.
Mayor Robertson Wants to Know
What was -Done With the Money
Ocala, Fla., Oct. 9th, 1915.
Honorable Board of City CourTcil,
Ocala, Florida.
Gentlemen: I note from the records
of your proceedings that the board of
bond trustes has filed with you its re report
port report regarding the sale of $100,000
sewer bonds, which report shows the
par value of the bonds together with
accrued interest to date of sale to be
$100,722.22, from which was deducted
the sum of $4,449.49 to cover certain
cost, commissions, exchange, etc. In
view of the fact that a number of the
taxpayers of the city of Ocala have
requested me to give them informa information
tion information not embraced in the above report,
I beg to rKuest your honorable body
to demand from the board of bond
trustees a supplementary report giv giving
ing giving in detail the items embraced in
the expenditure of $4,449.49 of the
taxpayers' money. You no doubt ap appreciate
preciate appreciate the fact that this is informa information
tion information to which they are entitled.
Your attention is directed "to that
part of the report above mentioned
which shows the following item ex expended:
pended: expended: "Amount paid Hoehler, Cum Cum-mings
mings Cum-mings & Prudden for attorney's fees,
commission, etc., as per agreement,
$4,290." Information as to the amount
of each of the above items is desired
in view of the statement made by
Hoehler, Cummings & Prudden as fol
lows:" "No part of amount allowed us
by your board for attorney fees, ex expenses
penses expenses and commissions on Ocala sew-
j erage bond deal was expended by us
except for necessary traveling ex
penses of our Mr. Moreland to and
from Ocala and for fee of W. H.
Roose, our Toledo attorney, for ex
amining transcripts."
It would therefore be of interest to
the taxpayers of Ocala to know the
amount of Mr. Moreland's traveling
expenses to and from Ocala, and the
amount of W. H. Roose's fee for ex examining
amining examining transcript, whether these
two items aggregate $4,290; if not,
what disposition was made of the re remainder,
mainder, remainder, as Hoehler, Cummings &
Prudden say it was not expended by
them. If it was not expended by them
where is it now and should it not be
returned to the city of Ocala?
I also beg to call to your attention
the item of $100 shown by the report
of board of bond trustees to have been
expended "exchange transferring
funds." This report should have
shown to whom this exchange was
paid, and why it was necessary to pay
exchange on the transfer of this fund,
when an allowance of $4,290 had been
made to cover attorney's fees, ex expenses,
penses, expenses, etc. Was not this an expanse
properly chargeable against this
fund? Also the purchasers of these
bonds reserved the right to designate
what bank or banks in Ocala these
funds should be deposited, (without
interest). It seems that
such pur-
! chasers should have placed the funds
in their designated bank without cost
of exchange.
I regret to find it necessary to re request
quest request you to insist on the board of
bond trustees giving a detailed report
that will satisfy the minds of the tax
payers of Ocala, but such report not
having been made, and this being a
transaction which involves the handl
ing and expenditure of the people's
money, I feel that duty demands me to
make this request request-Respectfully
Respectfully request-Respectfully submitted,
J. D. Robertson, Mayor.

Mi INQUIRY

President and His Fiance Were
Present

GOOD WEATHER PREVAILED AND All IMMERSE CROWD SAW
THE GAME

(Associated
Philadelphia, Oct. 9, 4:15 p. nu
Boston won today's game by 2 to 1.
UNDER BETTER AUSPICES
Philadelphia, Oct. 9, 12 m. Both
teams in the World's Series are de determined
termined determined to win today. .Philadelphia
i. determined to make it two straight
and Boston is determined to even up.
The weather is better. The play
ing field is in excellent shape. Sun
and wind have dried the field and
made it fast.
The same catchers will work today
as yesterday. Mayer or Rixey are
likely to go in the, box for Philadel Philadelphia;
phia; Philadelphia; Foster or Leonard for Boston.
The betting still favors Boston.
Philadelphia backers are asking three
to two and five to three. There are
few bets being made, although there
is plenty of Boston money.
Long lines waited all night for
bleacher seats.
PRESIDENT THREW THE
BALL
FIRST
National League Park, Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, Oct. 9. President Wilson and
his fiance were cheered as they en
tered their box. The president threw
the first ball.
At 2:30 the attendance was 20,663.
LINE-UPS
, Philadelphia: Bums, c; Mayer, p;
Luderius,, lb; Neihoff, 2b; Stock, 3b;
Bancroft, ss; Carvath, rf; Paskert,
cf; Whitted, If.
Boston: Thomas, c; Foster, p; Hob Hob-litzel,
litzel, Hob-litzel, lb; Barry, 2b; Gardner, 3b;
Scott, ss; Hooper, rf; Speaker, cf;
Lewis, If.
UMPIRES
At plate, Rigley; right field, Klem;
left field, Olingquest; bases, Evans.
First Inning
Boston: Hooper was the first man
up and went to first on balls. Scott
was out on a foul fly to first. Speaker
singled to right field, and Hooper
went to third. Speaker was thrown
out trying to steal second, and Hoop Hooper
er Hooper scored when Catcher Bums muff muffed
ed muffed the ball at the plate. HobliUel
singled to right and was out steal stealing
ing stealing second.
Philadelphia: Stock out, grounder
to short. Bancroft fanned. Paskert
out, pitcher to first.
Second Inning
Boston: Lewis, the first man up,
fanned. Gardner singled to right, but
died on first. Barry struck out.
Thomas sent a grounder to pitcher
and was thrown out at first.
Philadelphia: Cravath and Luder Luder-ius
ius Luder-ius were handed three strikes each by
I Foster as fast as they could be put
across the plate. Whitted was out,
short to first.
Third Inning
Boston: The first three men up
went down in one, two three order.
every one a strike out.
Philadelphia: Neihoff struck ouW
Bums grounded to pitcher, who cov covered
ered covered first and put him out. Mayer
fanned.
Fourth Inning
Boston: Speaker out, short to first.
Hoblitzel hit a grounder to first and
was out, unassisted. Lewis singled
over second base. Gardner out, fly to
left field, where Whitted made a sen sensational
sational sensational catch after a long run.
Philadelphia: Stock out, fly to cen center.
ter. center. Bancroft hit a grounder to first
and was out, Foster covering the
base. Paskert out, fly to first.
Fifth Inning
Boston: Barry out at first ground grounder
er grounder to third. Stock on third made a
great rtop and was loudly cheered.
Thomas out at first on a grounder
down the third base line. Foster hit a
two-bagger to right field, but died on
second. Hooper waited for four balls
and walked. Scott out, 3y to left.
Philadelphia: Cravath doubled to
left field arjd scored on Luderins' two-

Press)
All EXCELLENT
VORK ACCOMPLISHED
Great Improvement Made on Farm Farmers
ers Farmers Day at the Fair Ground
Tho the crowd was slender, good
work was done at the fair grounds
yesterday, and today it looks like a
different place. All the weeds have
been cut, and as soon as dry enough
they will be raked and burned.
In addition to those mentioned in
the Star yesterday, there were Mr.
Blair manager of Taylor's farm, and
Mr. E. A. Keep from out in the coun country,
try, country, Messrs. Don Mclver, John Cha Cha-zal
zal Cha-zal and others from town. Mr. Cha Cha-zal
zal Cha-zal brought his mower and did ex excellent
cellent excellent work with it.
Mr. Ditto furnished hot coffee for
the crowd, and they had a most pleas pleasant
ant pleasant picnic dinner. Secretary Cobb
and Messrs. Mclver and MacKay and
Ditto are planning for a regular, old old-fashioned
fashioned old-fashioned working in a week or two,
and the people of the town must
help them out.
bagger. Luderius doubled to center.
Whitted grounded to short, out at
first, advancing Luderius. Neihoff
out on liner to first. .Bums fanned.
f Sixth Inning 0
Boston: Speaker out. pop fly to
short; Hoblitzel .out, fly to second.
Lewis struck out.
Philadelphia: Mayer hit grounder
to second and was thrown out at
first. Stock also put a low one to
second and was thrown put at first.
Bancroft singled to center field. Pas Paskert
kert Paskert grounded to second; out at first.
Seventh Inning
Boston: Gardner out, fly to left.
Barry singled to left. Thomas hit a
hot grounder to short and was safe
at first, forcing Barry out at sec second.
ond. second. Foster singled to left, Thomas
advancing, to second. Hooper ground
ed to third, and was credited with a
hit. (Janvrins running base for
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OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1915

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R, R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin, Editor

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter

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'well, the smell of fresh buckwheat
i and honey is in my nostrils. Good Good-!
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SUNDAY SERVICES AT
THE BAPTIST CHURCH

9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
300 present last Sunday. How many
tomorrow? Be one.
11 a. m. Preaching; by the pastor.
Topic, Personal Responsibility.
:45 B. Y. P. U. Was dead; is alive.
7:30, evening service of song and
sermon.
You will be welcomed.

FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH

SUNDAY SERVICES AT

THE METHODIST CHURCH j

Man.

Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Preaching, 11 a. m.
"God's Call to a Business

Junior League, 3 p. m.
Senior League, 4 p. m.
Preaching, 7:30 p. m.
All cordially invited.
J. M. Gross, Pastor.

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It's literally a grave situation in
Armenia. Columbia State.
Its being well filled, however.
The Germans are making an inter international
national international kick because British sailors
shot members of a Teuton submarine
crew without warning.
Germany's promised reparation is
calculated to lessen American prep preparation.
aration. preparation. Columbia State.
Possibly that's why its promised.
The announcement of President
Wilson's intended marriage causes a
non-partisan and universal wave of
good will to go up from all over the
land toward the. chief executive.

In the Brooksville Argus Mrs. C. E.
Hawkins of the good roads committee
of the Florida Federation of Women's
Clubs pays a high tribute to Secretary
Rooney's address at the farmers meet meeting
ing meeting near Brooksville Sept. 29.
Hugh Sparkman of. the Daytoha
Journal is raising a roar because his
Fordobile kicked him in the neck when
he tried to crank it. Our knowledge
of autoes is limited, but how a man
exposes his neck to their crankiness
without going down on his knees
passes our comprehension.
Allie J. Angle of Tampa, one of the
best known public men in the state,
was in town today and paid the Star
a pleasant call. Mr. Angle is a can candidate
didate candidate for controller, and while he
doesn't try to set Marion county citi citizens
zens citizens against their home man, E. P.
Thagard, he asks them to consider
him in their second choice votes. Mr.
Angle is a most clever gentlemen,
made a fine record in the legislature,
and is popular wherever known.
In another column, Judge McCon-

athy gives his reasons against an
union passenger station. -Most of his
reasons are very good ones, but he is
late in giving them. The people of
the city have expressed it as their de desire
sire desire to have the station, and it is their
right to have what they want'. Some
of Judge McCohathy's reasons are
leveled more against the proposed
location of the union depot than
against the depot itself. Its the Star's
jpinion that an union station will be
a good thing for the city if it is prop properly
erly properly located. If the citizens would get
together they could have it properly
located. They are not showing much
of a disposition to get together on
anything right now.

Ocala, Fla.. October 9, 1913.

Editor Star: j
1. A union pa-sender depot is of

no use to anyone except a traveler
wishing to connect with another road

- passing thro izh the same place. The
i Seaboard and the Ocala Northern
turned over on his side and gave up. now have such a depot in Ocala.

T.-U.. if this; It is only for the very few, proba-

i I.K- nr.r avprasp nf two a dav. mat

country is ever attached, it wm he in : Atlantic

Coast Line, and the two roads above

mentioned, that a union depot would
jbe of any accommodation.
I Of what benefit to a town is the
I travel that does not stop in it?

2. It is not supposable that if the
union A-pot is established that the
A. C. L. will continue the vae of its
I resent depot; therefore, all DerEons
in Ocala wishing to travel on thi'.t

OK LAW AH A VALLEY
RAILROAD SCHEDULE

JUST ARRIVED
An Extremely Stylish Line of
New Pattern

So, according to the

it will be in

a hellofafix, and can do nothing but

give up.

ORIGINAL IDEAS

A friend of ours .sent us the fol following
lowing following with instructions not to print
it. But as it contains some original
ideas and two or three good ones, we
will disregard his instructions:

"This hit and miss stuff in the name j roai mUst go to the union depot, and
of friendship is punk. We need to in- I all persons coming to Ocala must
ject some Germanic thoroughness and! leave the train in it.

That certainly means:
(a) Residents of Ocala will, in
nine oases out of ten, especially if
they have so much baggage as a va valise,
lise, valise, wishing to take the A. C. L.,

as have to exnend 2r, cents carnage hire

going and coming. With the present
site of its depot that is unnecessary,
(b) Many traveling men come

system in our campaign 1 new new-neighbors.
neighbors. new-neighbors. And even at that there
are other things to be done on this
old oval besides making your home
town the center of population mere

nnnulation. To make your town

I I
center of literature a center of
knowledge a healthy town a clean
and beautiful town a town without

SUnday school 9:45 a. m L. M.
Murray, superintendent. Organized
Bible classes for men and women. A
cordial invitation is extended to all.

Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7:30 p. m. Communion of the Lord's
supper at morning service. Topic for

Sunday sermons, "A Communion Med Meditation"
itation" Meditation" and "An Honest Seeker." The
session of the church will meet at
10:45 to receive any who desire to
connect themselves with the church,
either on profession of faith or by
letter. A hearty invitation is extend extended
ed extended to the public to worship with us.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.

NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS

extreme poverty a town where every j here for a -night or Sunday over the

one is busy and no man may say 'I

cannot, obtain work'; above all, from
an industrial standpoint, to make
your town one in which there are
many factories all home owned and
operated with skilled labor. These are

A. C. L., and have the two hotels in
a few- yards of them. This class of
travelers frequently wish to take the
two early morning trains on the A. C.
L. To have to go to the proposed
union depot means rising half an hour

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

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.

ft mm

the things that count in the building earlier, and the 50 cents carriage hire.

of a town. It is not always necessary i provided a conveyance can be had in
to build in a big bulky way to build i ocala so early in the morning. Can
splendidly; a diamond is more beauti- j any sufficient reason be given why

ful and more valuable than a hundred j ve should throw any obstable in the

pound rock.
"Ocala" is a city of vast potentiali potentialities;
ties; potentialities; as a city, she appears able to
borrow any sum f money for proper
purposes. Her bank statements show
that she has any amount of money on
deposit- that any legitimate enter enterprise
prise enterprise having sufficient collateral could

way of these people patronizing cur
hotels?
Besides the traveling men, many
other business men spend the night
here in order to avail themselves of
these early trains, south and north.

(c) What about the convenience

to the people living south of Ocala

be easily financed at home! Why then : on the A c L wno are aDie to step
all this stuff about 'attracting north- Lff the train into tne heart of the

em capital ortnern, eastern, west- b iness maces of the town, espe-

J em, southern or northeastern capital i n the very many wno fun up here

are all alike. That is, they all fight thck np nvinoV train, and have an

We daresay that Uncle Joe Dixon
of the Lakeland Telegram knows as
much about "war as we do, but our re remarks
marks remarks about riflemen and machines
were based on the opinion of men who
have been observing the European
war at close range. The Germans
have been able to use their immense
guns only where they had roads to
haul them on. In their eastern offen offensive,
sive, offensive, as soon as they were off the im improved
proved improved roads of Galicia and Poland
their advance was checked. Machine
guns are most effective against troops
advancing in masses, or even in the
ordinary line of battle, but if they
were being used on a widely extended
array of men, they couldn't carry
enough ammunition to go very far. If
our men were as expert in the use of
the rifle as they were a hundred years
ago, and were well supplied with guns
and ammunition, no hostile army could

advance far into our country. The

advance of an enemy would be Con

cora ana Jbexmgton on an immense

scale, and with the same result.

Nobody need blame us for being
pessimistic. We have been reading
the Times-Union on national prepar preparedness,
edness, preparedness, and have consequently come to
the conclusion that the United States
is not only helpless against foreign
invasion, but that it will have to re remain
main remain helpless. To every plan of pre preparation
paration preparation that we have seen suggested,
the Times-Union offers an insuperable
objection. It makes us feel like the
country is in the condition of a cer certain
tain certain wicked old man, who was at the
point of death. He sent for the
preacher to come and pray at his bed bedside,
side, bedside, but the preacher was attending
annual conference. He sent for two
pious j neighbors, but one was sick
abed and the other had gone fishing
and wouldn't be back until late that
night. He called on all the members

of his family, but as he had vigorous vigorously
ly vigorously opposed their praying while he was
in health, none of them were in prac practice.
tice. practice. Finally, he sent his son to sum summon
mon summon an old nigger named Ike, much
renowned for his strenuous praying at
prayer-meetings. The son returned
and reported that the sheriff had just
arrested old Ike for stealing hogs and
carried him off to jail. At this news,
the bad man's last hope expired.

shy of the town that 'seeks to attract
capital.' Such a town is a bad risk.
"We will assume that Ocala needs a
broom factory and wants $10,000.
Ten of Ocala's leading business men,
associated together and jointly re responsible
sponsible responsible for the business their
names would be good for nearly a
million. But here's the trouble:
Ocala's leading citizens don't associate
together for the purpose of 'starting
something' but they get into the
Board of Trade to 'attract' something
from the outside. Let something
spring up like this: Ocala needs a corn
mill to grind out meal and grits and

take care of Marion's surplus corn.

Do five good men and true form a I

company? Like a warm place they do!

Five good men and true each start a
little sawed off plant of his own, and
none of them make money. The far farmer
mer farmer kicks oh their price and ships his
grain away and the local consumer
eats grits ground in Utah because his
merchant can buy it five cents per ton
cheaper pellagra and all. System
there's the idea. A goal and the near nearest
est nearest way to the goal! There's the way!
Eastern capital be damned. A full

page ad. run for a year in the Satur Saturday
day Saturday Evening Post would not attract
so much money to Ocala nor so many
people nor so many industries as if
the three hundred most forceful busi business
ness business men ,in the city organized the
Ocala industrial corporations! Oh, I
represent youth and the new day and
reason! And the old heads may rear
back on their haunches and yell 'im 'immense
mense 'immense possibilities, untouched re resources,'
sources,' resources,' etc., etc., ad nauseum in
Ocala' till a certain warm place grows
cool on the surface and a straw on a
haystack slowly loosens! The moun

tain has been m labor and borne a
mouse that's all. Mine is the way of
the future. It may be that me und
Gott und Allah are against it. Maybe
'it never has been done, by gum!'
Maybe and here I pause, trembling

with fear maybe the parson and our
congressmen won't approve of it!
Maybe as the ancient monkeys said
tc the one who tol.l them 'twould be
best to stand erect instead of on all all-fours
fours all-fours it means changing human na nature!
ture! nature! All right, then change the damn damn-thing!
thing! damn-thing! Don't you believe the bleary bleary-eyed
eyed bleary-eyed son of a gun that tells you that
can't be done either it can. In the
dim and distant past when you were
a tadpole and I was a fish we fishes
ate tadpoles, and later on some of we
monkeys ate other monkeys, and then
some of we men ate other men can

nibals. But those whose natures did
not change with" changing times be became
came became atrophied, their development

was arrested and their natures be became
came became unchangeable as well as their
forms. So today, we have tadpoles
and fishes and monkeys and elephants
and cannibals, all bearing some un unmistakable
mistakable unmistakable marks that man bears,
but none quite so high in intellect nor
so beautiful in form 'as woman, any anyway).
way). anyway). They told the reformers of

their day that it had never been and
never would be done. The old dem-

hour ad three-quarters in which to at attend
tend attend to their affairs, and step back

on the train for home. It will incon inconvenience
venience inconvenience them, take up one-third of
their time, and should they not
"tramp it," cost them 50 cents for
carriage hire. If I am not badly mis mistaken,
taken, mistaken, the business of these people

is of considerable value to the busi

ness interests of Ocala.

Has it occurred to the merchants

of Ocala that these people might, say
it costs us but a small additional sum

to go to Gainesville, and we can re

turn home on the same trains that ?c

go out of Ocala, so we will just take

the 6 a. m., train to Gainesville,
where we will be landed at the store

doors. And it might be that Gaines

ville merchants would offer

A Pure,
Refreshing,
Invigorating
SUMMER DRINK

Only

Its

IN BOTTLES

Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works

K FLORID. WOMAN TELLS
KEP. EXPERIENCE.
Ft. Myers, Fla. "Your 4 Golden Med Med-nivovprv
nivovprv Med-nivovprv and 'Favorite Prescrip

tion are my moiners ;
remedies for numerous J

ilLs, and aa tonics anc

-:;; nerve medicines, in
fjirny own experience
'iviftli Knih. thev eer-

4tainly were all that

needed to Dnng

about what was de desired.
sired. desired. I was suffering

.4 from indigestion, so
much so as to become

eery thin and pale, and grew weak and
listless, with very little ambition to be
about the house. I was told by a physi physician
cian physician that the dermRement of my nervous
system was the cause of the dyspepsia.
"Recently I took the 'Favorite Prc Prc-rrintinn
rrintinn Prc-rrintinn alone nnd it relieved my neiv-

ous condition and apprehension and pre-
Eared me for the trying ordeal of mothcr mothcr-ond.
ond. mothcr-ond. rrlievine me of its many distressing

features. I hop- other women looking
forward to motherhood may profit by
my testimony, not only to give them com comfort
fort comfort but to tt ren hen them for the nursing
rind Mttd. I. M. PeLLICEK. Ft.

Myers, Fla.

Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
helps the stoma rh di-st the food and
manufacture nourishing blood. It. has
a tonic effect and soon enables the stomac i
and heart to perform their functions in a
natural, healthy manner, without an?
outside aid.
Contains neither alcohol nor narcotics.

Ita ineredients are made public ana

printed on wrapjxr. It's a pure altera

tive extract maie wun glycerine iron?
native roots and urhs.
Sold by medicine dealers in liquid oi
tablet form, or wnd 50 cents tc Dr.
Pierce's Invalids" Hotel, Buffalo, Nc
for a trial box of tablets.
Dr. Pierre's 1 Ieasant Pellet3 are the
original little L ver Pills. l"hese tiny
sugar- '.at rei, ar t;-ili life Knnulcs tb
sin-di- and the ;t to Like-

HAT

Call and See Them
MINNIE A. BOSTICK
MILLINER
Harrington Hall Corner

First Class Dress Making in Connection.

This is our
HOFFMAN PRESS
Manufactured for the pressing of
Palm Beach and Duck Suits. Being
heated by steam, it can not scorch.
The pressure being direct, not sliding;
it can not wear or tear. Call and see
it do the wik
Ocala Steam Laundry

Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.

'Mill

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

IIARIOX-DUXX 3LSONIC 1X3 DGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &

induce- A. M., meets on the nrst ana tnira

inents that would offset the addition

al expense.

The Dunnellon people that come
here to trade will suffer like Incon Inconvenience
venience Inconvenience and expense. Is tha,t busi business
ness business not worth keeping?
We have a train three days in the
week from" Wilcox, arriving at ten
ana leaving at three. This enables

the people of Reddick, Mcintosh and
other points north of us on the A. C.
L... to come. Will they do it when
they are to pay an additional 50 cents
per head, when they can go to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville for but a little more than they
would have to pay to get up town aft after
er after reaching Ocala?
(d) Nothing advertises this town

more than the numerous tourists that
jump off the one o'clock train and
walk up to the public square during
its 20 minutes stay here. What will
they see when they view the town
from the site of the proposed union
depot, and what will they think of a
people that would put their depot at
such a place?
Ocala has received some pretty
hard knocks in the past two years; I
hope it will be spared this, I fear, the

hardest of all. It is not too late to
avert this great mistake. The only
reason that I have heard advanced in
favor of the union depot is that the
present ones are badly kept. What
assurance have we that the new one
would be kept in any better condi condition?
tion? condition? Besides, the railiroad commis commission
sion commission can require the present depots
to be kept in proper condition.
R. McConathy.

Thursday evening of each month at

8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
- MMMHHBHHWIHHN m

CHAPTER NO. 13, It. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chanter No. 13, R. A. M.. on the

fourth Friday In every month at

8 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown. Sec'y.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S

meets at Yonge hall the second ana
fourth Thursday evenings of eacL

month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.

WOO DM OF TTEE WORLD

Fot King Camp No. 14 mteU at

the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every

second and fourth Friday, visum?

sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, a 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

come always extended to vlsitln?

brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

MARKETING BUREAU MEETING

Annual meeting of stockholders of
Florida Marketing and Distributing
Bureau will be held in Jacksonville at
company's office, 2110-12 W. Monroe
street, at nine o'clock a. m. Monday,
October 11th, in stead of on Wednes-

Be governed accordingly.

J. D. Rooney, Secretary.
L. S. Light, Tresident.

GENERAL REPAIR I

WORK
FURNITNRE and

GENERAL REPAIRS H

PROMPT SERVICE

REASONABLE CHARGES 8

ROBERT EBNER

Care Square Deal Garage g
YONGES BLOCK, OCALA g

White Star Line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
PHNE 296

We sell
BEAVER BOARD

Superior to Plaster or

Ceiling in Quality
and Price
INVESTIGATE

i

Packing, Storing,
Shippin of Freight,

j Pianos, and Safes.

Baggage service
the Best

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors

FOR
SALE

Corner lot on
Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, east of D.
S. Woodrow's
residence, and
southwest of R.
S. Hall's resi residence.
dence. residence. Price is
reasonable and
the terms are
easy. Apply to
B. N. D0SH.

THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A hlock 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 teraper and most other torrid time ills.

Ocala Ice Packing

PnONE 34

OCALA. FLA.

HOTEL CHURCHIL

Broadway and 14th Street.

Union Square

1

day.

See tne line of Kexall school sup supplies
plies supplies at Gerfe's. tf

OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. E.

Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Ordei of Elks, meet

the second and fourlh Tkiesday even

InKS in each month. Visiting breth

ren alwavs welcome. Club house

opposite postoffice, ast siae.
2- H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise. Secietary. At.

OuALA TEMPLE
PYTniAN 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.
COXCOHDIA LOIK3E T. U. CF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union

of America, meets In loagc Hau
?n the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chad. K. Sage. Secretary Ad

On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for

ain't we in a hell of a fix?" And he 4 voted straight because old father. had' cash. Smith Gvocery Co. Phone 434. tf

.Clasping his hands and looking up to

the ceiling, he moaned: "Oh, Lord, ocrats of the tadpole age of our race

K X Hi HTM OF PYTHH3
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention

held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James CarlUl

drugstore. A cordial welcome to rla rla-iting
iting rla-iting brothers. C. B. HowelL a C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad

Dr. D. M. Doney

OPTOMETRIST

NEW YORK CITY.

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and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European Plans.

SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES

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

CHURCHILL &. COMPANY

Near

IP Jacksonville

EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
I have recently returned frcm
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 Ienr.es 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

AND RETURN
via :
ATLANTDC OAST -LOWE
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
ACCOUNT NATIONAL RIFLE MATCHES
Tickets sold October 3, 4, 5. 6, 7, 12, 13, 14 with limit to October 20th.
Extension limit to November 29 th may be secured by depositing tick ticket
et ticket with Union Ticket Agent, Jacksonville and payment of fee of 50c
For further information call on any A. C. L. Ticket or
J. G. KIRK LAND,
Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

THE STEPPING

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OCA LA EVENING STAS, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1915

TTnms

-0'9- and the establishment, which has just i terday afternoon for Dallas, Texas,

hPPn renovated, is one of the hand- where they will in the future reside.

(If you have any items for thi3 department,

"x Si ata rt x xiv at a titi A TTk ii.Amoct f tK. V-Inrl r.n the east coast Prof. Schiltz has been conducting a

KJ Vx.J-lA lvJ vlAL jt.JL JL XTlIJCVI XlOver four hundred persons visited the j business chool in this city and in his j
$ i store during the e-ening and from a new home town expects to accept a;
l&rtllll'l i socia point as. well as otherwise, the position in one of the colleges for the j

call 'phone 106) affair was greatly enjoyed by the ; winter. j
host of friends of the firm. Fort Lau- i

derdale is on a boom. Over two hun- Mrs. Ii. H. Seymour is entertaining
Miss Blake, assisted by her mother, dred new settlers are expected to ar- Mrs. Bow of Miami, who will be her
served hot coffee, cheese balls and rive in that city from the north jrUest for a few days. Mrs. Seymour ;
crullers served at a beautifully ap- within the next few weeks. The Ocala entertained a little driving party to

pointed table in the dining room set colony recently located there is charm- the Springs this morning. Mrs. Bow

with nretty crocheted mats on the ed with the city and sing the highest was greatly charped with our beau-

Ou- Kening Thought
As the rivets furtherest flowing
In the highest hills have birth,
As the banyan spreadeth growing

Often bows its head to earth,
As the noblest minds grow onward,
Channels far for good to peace,
So the largest hearts bend downward,
Circling all the human race.
S. J. Hale.
Miss Irma Blake was hostess to the
Daughteis of the Confederacy at their
regular monthly meeting yesterday.
As the guests assembled Miss Blako
played several of her best piano selec selections
tions selections and Mrs. V. II. Wilson served a

polished surface. In the center of thei praises for the good people and thei:

table was a large gilt basket filled to

overflowing with scarlet salvia. Mrs.
D. E. Mclver, the beloved president,
served the coffee. The afternoon was
delightfully spent, Miss Blake being a
most gracious hostess.
The "Jubilitta" class of the Baptist
church, which is an organization of
young ladies and matrons, met yester-

deliciou.s fruit punch to the ladies. The day afternoon at the residence of Mrs.

meeting was called to order by the
president, Mrs. I). E. Mclver who,
after a short prayer, introduced Sec Sec-letary
letary Sec-letary Uooney of the lizard of Trade,
as the speaker of the afternoon. Mr.
Uooney made a splendid talk, depict depicting
ing depicting the interesting interviews he and
the other members of the committee
were having in finding homes for the
veterans that are to !.? in the city th"
latter part of the month. Splendid and
well laid plans are formulating under
their magnificent forethoughtednesi.
It is intended that the Daughter.?
have one very large reception for the
honor guests and the town generally,
an automobile trip to the Springs and
a magnificent grand ball at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club and much more. This re reunion
union reunion of state veterans promises to be
a most largely attended one and it is
hoped that general co-operation will
make it one of the grandest, if not the
grandest, thing of the king ever held
in our city. After a short business
session the meeting adjourned, and

town.

tiful asset and the natural surround

ing forest.

Lanier Robertson for the purpose of

electing officers for the ensuing year.
Mrs. R. S. Hall was re-appointcd
teacher; Mrs. W. T. Whitley, secre secretary
tary secretary and treasurer; Mrs. J. D. Robert Robertson
son Robertson president. An outline of general
work was made up for the winter and
a resolution to hold a social session

once a montn was unanimously ap approved.
proved. approved. Mrs. Robertson served hot tea
and wafers to the guests of the after afternoon
noon afternoon and the meeting was most en enjoyable
joyable enjoyable to all.
Mr. Alfred Beck, wi:h his partner,
who have opened a diug business in
Fort Lauderdale, held a formal open

ing at their store last Wednesday.
Between the hours of 9 a. m. and 3 p.
m. all drinks and ices were served free
to everybody and at 10 o'clock in the

evening the rotunda was cleared of
tables and chairs and to music furnish furnished
ed furnished by a four-piece orchestra, dancing
was enjoyed until the midnight hour.
The store was beautifully decorated,

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lips, Phillips, Margaret Prussing and Sallie Cruet).
A DAY ON THE FORCE.
(Lubin Comedy, featuring Billy Reeves?.)
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ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
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Who Have Passed Away
By erecting to their memory a Tombstone over their
resting place. It is the last tribute you can show them.
Our facilities for making all kinds of

MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, MARKERS,
or CEMENT FENCING, ETC.,
are unsurpassed, and our prices, will be found
able. Let us submit specimens of our work.

address
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Opposite Catholic Church
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Kerlin-Stroud
We take the following account of
the Kerlin-Stroud wedding from the
Marion, Ala., Times:
One of the loveliest social events of
the season was the wedding of Miss
Matilea Stroud of Marion, and Mr.
Ira Boone Kerlin, of Auburn, which
was solemnized at the Baptist church
Wednesday afternoon at 4 o'clock.
The wedding was represented as oc occurring
curring occurring at dawn, the church being dec decorated
orated decorated as a forest scene, with candle
bearers to light the way of the bride.
The song service began promptly at
4 o'clock, with Miss Fleming Cocke

singing "O Promise Me," Miss Mittie
Lou Edwards presiding at the organ,
assisted by Miss Lucille Hendrix on
the violin.
As Miss Marie Robinson of Judson

College, rendered "At Dawning," the
children gowned in Grecian robes ap appeared
peared appeared marching down the aisles, each
bearing a lighted candle. These lit little
tle little girls, namely: Josephine Stewart,
Annie Barker, Marion Hanna, Inez
White, Lila Thomas and Mary Leah
Hurt, took their places among the
trees. To the strains of the Lohen Lohengrin
grin Lohengrin chorus, the bridal party entered
down opposite aisles as follows:
Miss Virginia Sistrunk, of Ocala,
Florida, in blue cloth and chiffon with

Mr. Will Hogue of Marion; Miss Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Hendrix of Marion, in blue cloth
trimmed in fur, with Mr. W. C. Payne

of Auburn; Miss Julia Henry of Au

burn, in ereen broadcloth with Mr.

W. II. Carter of Auburn; Miss Isabel

Dew of Marion, in dark brown wool

crepe with Mr. W. R. Dillard of Au Auburn;
burn; Auburn; Miss Mary Wooten of Marion,
in brown broadcloth with Mr. P. R.
Smith of Auburn; Miss Octavia Net Nettles
tles Nettles of Marion, in green wool crepe,
with Mr. W. H. Brooks of Birming Birmingham;
ham; Birmingham; Miss Marie Kemp of Marion, in
blue broadcloth, with Mr. Charles

Bricken of Marion Institute; Miss
Rolandell Stroud in green wool crepe,
with Mr. J. G. Nail of Auburn. Each
maid wore a black velvet hat and car carried
ried carried vellow chrysanthemums. The

groomsmen were all dressed in black
suits with gray gloves and wore white
carnations.

Immediately following the maids

came the matrons, Mrs. Ernest Stroud
of Safford, in blue diagonal whipcord

trimmed in gold lace and medallion
with wool fringe, with Mrs. A. F.

Wallace, a sister of the bride in
brown velvet with gold braid and fur,
both carrying pink chrysanthemums.

Miss Frances Riggs of Marion, the

maid of honor, in blue broadcloth

with beaded trimmings, bearing pink

chrysanthemums, immediately preced

ed the flower girls, Marjorie Stroud
and Dorothy Wilbourne. These little
girls were dressed in blue taffeta with

velvet trimmings and carried baskets

of yellow and white rose petals.

The bride entered on the arm of her

father and was met at the altar by

the groom and his best man, Mr. B
O. Driver of Roanoke, Ala.

Little John Merwyn 1 nomas, m a

blue velvet suit, bore the ring in a

white carnation.

Mr. Waite, the pastor of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church, said the words that join joined
ed joined them in marriaee while Miss

Lucile Hendrix rendered "Traumerie

on the violin. The candle bearers
lighted the way for the flower girls
who scattered rose petals in the path

of the happy couple as they left the

church to the strains of the march.

The bride wore a going away suit
of plum colored broadcloth trimmed

in fur with hat, gloves and shoes to

match, and carried a shower bouquet

of brides' roses and lilies of the valley,

A beautiful crescent of pearls, the

gift of the groom, was worn at her

collar.

The bride, a daughter of Mr. and

Mrs. L. S. Stroud of Marion, always

a beautiful trirl. never looked more

ovely than on her wedding day.

The groom is state agent of the

boys' demonstration work of the U. S

department of agriculture, and

young man of exceptional ability and

well known throughout the state. He

has many friends and all congratulate

him on winning this lovely gin ana

wish them every happiness.

Mr. and Mrs. Kerlin left on the

afternoon train by way of Birming Birmingham
ham Birmingham to visit several of the largest

southern cities, after which they will

return to Auburn, where they will be

at home to their many friends after

November 2nd.

.
Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Massee of Ma

con, Ua., who have been touring the

state in their car, are enroute home
from a most interesting outing. Mr.

Massee is vice president of the Bibb

Sewer Pipe Company of Macon, and

has visited many of the interesting

points In our state.

The latest arrival at the hospital is
a fine boy brought to Mr. and Mrs. W.
O. Chambliss by that ever welcome
stork, a few days ago.
m
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Schiltz and lit little
tle little daughter, who for a number of
months have been making their home
at the high school dormitory, left yes-

Mr. A. R. Sandlin, manager of the
Ocala sub-citrus exchange, entertain entertained
ed entertained Dr. and Mrs. J. H. Ross of Winter
Haven, the former president of the
Florida Citrus Exchange; Mr. and
Mrs. L. D. Jones of Tampa, the for former
mer former business manager of the ex exchange,
change, exchange, and Mr. Harry Borland of
Citra, at a very delightful sight see seeing
ing seeing trip to Silver Springs. They
motored down in automobiles and en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a boat ride down the river. Mr.
Sandlin's guests were charmed with
the beauties of the world's most beau beautiful
tiful beautiful and wonderful stream. .After a
ride around the city the guests de departed
parted departed for their various homes, thor thoroughly
oughly thoroughly delighted with all they had
seen.

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$85.00

We solicit new business with a view
of making it mutually profitable.

case of sore eyes for severaj
and has been under the care
trained nurse.

day.
of a

IS YOUR BABY ENTERED?

Has your baby been enrolled for the
Better Babieg 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.

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Mrs. C. II. Mathews returned to her

home in Candler yesterday after a

few days delightfully spent with
friends here and in Jacksonville.

Mr. S. T. Sistrunk of Ocala, arrived

here yesterday and joined his daugh

ter, Miss Virginia Sistrunk, who has

been visiting in Alabama, and they
left last night for Ocala. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mrs. R. S. Hall has returned to her
home in Ocala after a pleasant visit
to Mrs. B. W. Blount, in Riverside.
Mrs. Hall was one of the guests at
the Blount-Stockton wedding on Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. Jacksonville Metropolis.
Mr. Sam Burford arrived last eve

ning from the University of Florida to
spend the week-end with his parents.

Dr. and Mrs. W. H. Henry of Lake
Weir were visitors to the city yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon. They were accom accompanied
panied accompanied home by their daughter, Miss

Katherine Henry, who is a student in
the Ocala high school for the winter.

Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss returned to

day from her visit to Georgia.

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Miss Annie fTrnfe&Ir. Robert Munroe

will arrive home in a day or two fom

their summer's visit to their former

home in Marcellus, N. Y.

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Mr. and Mrs. Stewart4 Blitch and

Miss Rosabelle Sistrunk of Williston

and Montbrook, were shopping in the

city today.

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Mr. Russell of Lake City, with his

family will move to Ocala to reside.

Little Helen Hilands. the infant

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Hi

ands, has been suffering with a severe j

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

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Best school tablet on the market
P.EXALL, at Gerig's. tf

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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare includes meals and stateroom berth.
TICKETS NOW ON SALE GOOL ON ANY SHIP
FINAL RETURN L1M IT OCTOBER 31t.
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write lor schedule and further particulars. J
H G WEN ZEL F1'0R1DA PASSENGER AGENT
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Liberty Street.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA.

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All of Next Week
28-in Shirting Cheviot, a
real 10c value, at only
72C per yd.
16 yards yd-wide Bleach Bleached
ed Bleached Sheeting, a 9c value
for
51.00

TREATED RIGHT
OCALA

"WE TREAT YOUR LAUNDRY WHITE
No Extra Ct&argje
For delivering work the same day it is received if it is sent in early
and immediate delivery requested. This feature of OUR LAUNDRY
13 quite convenient for traveling men and transient people generally.
We use the best of everything that goes to giving absolute satisfac satisfaction.
tion. satisfaction. Your clothes will last longer when laundered with modern
appliances than by the antiquated methods of years gone by. Com
in and inspect our plant and see our methods of handling collar.
PHONE 21
Imperial Steam Laundry
Phone 21, Ocala, Fla.

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Nowhere else in the whole field of sport do you find the like
of the strong public opinion in favor of Remington-UMC.

and the most loyal to the arms and
ammunition that give him the service

This Remington-UMC public opinion
has been growing for ninety-nine years.
Partly is it due to the achievements
of Remington-KMC in the design or
construotiwii of Arms and Ammunition.
But back of these achievements stands
the fact that your American is the mt
practical-minded sportsman in the world

he knows he ought to have.

He it is who is holding up the hands
of the Itemington-UMC dealer making
the Red Ball Mark of Itemington-UMC
tlie Sign of Sportsmen's Headquarters
in vour town.

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OCALA EVENING STAR S ATL'RDAY. OCTOBER 9. 1913

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-C RIl'Tl'RE HEADING CONTEST

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

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

WEATHER I'ORECAST

(Contir.ued from First Pae)

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Fnir tfinifj-ht nr.d Sur.dav except

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

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-Ct.

Crane's Quartered Oak writing pa paper
per paper is the latest in fancy stationery.
The Court Pharmacy. 8-Ct.

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

Mrs. J. C. Wheeler and children ar-,
rived this afternoon from Murfrees- j
boro, Tenn., to spend the winter in j
the city with Mr. Wheeler, vice pre.-- t
ident and manager of the Marion

Ha rd wa r e Co m p a n y Mr.
and family will have room
Arms' boarding house.

atting for
to lir.-t and

the .-id'; was retired.
Philadelphia: "ady now pitching
for lJo-t.-'.. Ciavath .-truck out.
Ludeiius Hi ,.-d hit to right field and
wa- out at Jir.-t. Whitted drove a
!:'' ;- to center ai d was out. Jan Jan-vins
vins Jan-vins iw playir: -hort fr I'o-ton

Wheeler I 1:1 f,I;u o "l ott.
at Mr-. Eighth Inning

Bo-ton: Speaker hit a grounder to

j the pitcifr who threw to fir.-t. retir-
The Reddick camp of Woodmen hasjiriir him. Hoiditzel out on fly to right
invited the Ocala choppers to visit j field. Janvrir.s out at first,
their town Tuesday evening and help! Philadelphia: Neihoff grounder to
initiate a number of candidates. Any! second and was oaf at first. Burns
Ocala Woodmen who desires to go popped out to short. Mayer was out

should
Lamar

consult Consul Commander

WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD

Mr. E. K. Nelson of Tampa, was a
visitor between trains in the city yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon, en route to his
home from a business trip to the
southern part of the state.

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

Rev. John R. Herndon and Ruling
Elder E. W. Kraybill expect to attend
the meeting of the Suwanee Presby Presbytery
tery Presbytery which convenes in Lake City on
next Tuesday.. At this meeting Mr.
Herndon will be received into the
Presbytery and arrangements will be
made for his installation as pastor of
the local Presbyterian church. This
service will be held on an early Sab Sabbath.
bath. Sabbath. Mr. Herndon has been invited
to preach at the meeting of the Pres Pres-tery
tery Pres-tery next Wednesday morning.

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

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

on a fly to center.
Ninth Inning
Boston: Gardner .-ingled to left;
Barrv was out on n flv to rnttr

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"ii nave useu wamoenam., '"deavi. .g Gardner at first. Janvrins
and found them to be just as repre- j
sented, a quick relief for headaches, "ut tc first, advai.ving
dizzy spells and other symptoms de-j Gardner. Foster singled to center,
noting a torpid liver and a disorder- j scoring Gardner, and went to second
ed condition of the digestive organs, j I the th(OU. in Hooper fanne(1 rc.

iiicv aic wuii.ii imrii ncinui in i.- .1

N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

Silver

SEE THE FARM on the

Springs road which furnishes
Merchant's Cafe every day

fresh vegetables, milk and eggs

the side.

Philadelphia: Stock out, fly to left.
Bancroft fanned; Paskert out, fly to
center.

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with j Boston 10 0 00000 12 10 0

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MAGAZINES WANTED
Anyone having magazines about

"I-feel that I owe the manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera

and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of j the house which they can spare, will
gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. White- please notify Mrs. E. A. Osborne,
SSS3SD dS..N- JYwLbfn j-" -;a" -vice com com-great
great com-great pain and feeling terribly sick, mittee of the Woman's Club, who will
due to an attack of summer com- j see that they get into the hands of
plaint. After taking a dose of it I j people who cannot or do not take
had not long to wait for relief as it' in
benefited me almost immediately. j maazine- lU--U
Obtainable everywhere. Adv. i

A new kind of contest is being or organized
ganized organized for the purpo-e of promoting
the -tudy of God's word. This contest
i : opt-r. to young men and a prize of
K in yold will be given to the suc suc-'.
'. suc-'. --ful contestant, the same to be de decided
cided decided by the ballot of the adult audi auditors.
tors. auditors. Notice is hereby given that the con-'c-tants
are to meet one night per
week with the instructor, Mrs. G. D.
Washburn. The details of this club
will he carefully worked out for the
purpose of a permanent, thorough and
edifying research of God's word to
man.
God is found only by those who
have found him through his word of
tiuth by the "obedience of faith." Our
purpo-e is to inspire the young with
that lofty desire to know the great
God and "Jesus Christ whom he hath
-ent."
An earnest request is made for all
good people to lend a helping hand.
Conte.-ts will be held monthly when
the organization is perfected. Let all
?j eak a word of encouragement and
uplift for the rising generation and
all will be blessed andGod glorified.
A study room will be provided
where an hour may be spent profitably
in searching the srrinfiirps Fi?-tVio-

particulars will be furnished at any
time.

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For pine or oak wood call ,1 M, four
rings. Quick delivery. 9-27-Gt

BE SURE TO PAY YOUR GAS
BILL MONDAY OR YOUR SERVICE
WILL BE DISCONTINUED. It

muob vuiupic iv; line J. bvx uiv i Oy Jtiiof
pencils, etc., for school children, at
Gerig's. tf

j BILIOUSNESS & CONSTIPATION

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

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A CONFESSION

Hopes Her Statement, Made Public,
will Help Other Wonen.

j It is certainly surprising that any
woman will endure the miserable feel feel-jings
jings feel-jings caused by biliousness and con con-'stination,
'stination, con-'stination, when relief is so easily had
iand at so little expenese. Mrs. Chas.
fPeck, Gates, N. Y., writes: "About a

jyenr ago I used two bottles of Cham

berlain's Tablets and they cured me
of biliousness and constipation." Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable ever v whe r e. A d v.

ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS

This office will

make close prices

Fines, Ala. "I must confess", siysjon sts of tickets for orange packers

for the coming season. Write us for

j samples i.nd prices.

d&w tf The Ocalar Star.

Mrs. Eula Mae Reid, of this place; "that
Cardui, the woman's tonic, has done me

a crea deal of good. I

Before 1 commenced using Cardui, 1
would spit up everything 1 ate. I had a
tired, sleepy feeling all the time, and was
irregular. I could hardly drag around,
and would have severe headaches con continuously.
tinuously. continuously. Since taking Cardui, I have entirely
quit spitting up what I eat. Everything
seems to digest all right, and I have
gained 10 pounds in weight."

NONE EQUAL TO C II A M B E R L A I N

"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

STATEMENT
Of the Ownership, Management, Etc.,
Required by the Act of August
21. 1912
Of The Ocala Evening Star, published
daily at Ocala, Florida, for October,
1st. l'Jlo.
Editor, J. H. Benjamin, Ocala, Fla.
Business Managers, R. R. Carroll
and Port V. Leaven good.
Publishers, R. R. Carroll and Helen
J. Bittinger, widow of the late C. L.
Bittinger.
Owners: R. R. Carroll ard Mrs.
Helen J. Bittinger, widow of ihe late
C. L. Bittinger, deceased.
Known bondholders, mortgagees.

and other security holders, holding 1
per cent or more of total amount of
bonds, mortgages, or other securities:
Mergenthaler Linotype Company, New
York City, 300, for balance of pur purchase
chase purchase money on Linotype; Estate of
the late J. C. Porter, deceased, $1500
for balance of purchase money, both
encumberances being chattel mort mortgages.
gages. mortgages. Average number of copies of each
issue of this publication sold or dis

tributed through the mails or other otherwise,
wise, otherwise, to paid subscribers during the
six months preceding the date shown
above, 700. R. R. Carroll.
Sworn to and subscribed before me
this 'Jth day of October, 1915.
(Seal) F. W. Ditto,
Notary Public.
Mv commission evpires September
12. i:17.

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ous ills so common to your sex, it is j vou!?;oIf. wVat a splendid medicii
wrong to suffer. lls Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

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For half a century, Cardui has been re relieving
lieving relieving just such ills, as is proven by the
thousands of letters, similar to the above,
which pour into our oftice, year by year.
Cardui is successful because it is com composed
posed composed of ingredients which actspecifically
on the womanly constitution, and helps
build the weakened organs back to health
and strength.

Cardui has helped others, and will heip i VEGETABLES. MILK AND EGGS

Bi: SURE TO PAY YOUR GAS
BILL MONDAY OR YOUR SERVICE
WILL BE DISCONTINUED. It
Fresh Nunnally's candies by express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf

Write to : Chattanooga Me'icine Co.. La les Ad Advisory
visory Advisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for rcial In In-ttructions
ttructions In-ttructions on your case anJ trl-rae bcuk, 'Hem
Treatment for Women." sent ir piain wranjver. NC 120

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 431. tf

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SCHOOL DORMITORY

We want to call especial attention of parents having children go going
ing going to school away from home to the superior advantages offered by
the Marion County High School at Ocala and to the convenient, com comfortable,
fortable, comfortable, home-like and economical advantages of our dormitory for
county students.
The institution will continue under the management of Mrs. D. M.
Roberts as matron who so successfully handled it last term and the
rates will continue to be $13 PER MONTH. It is under the direct
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

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PHONE 503
For Good Wood
niQ Load for SI.
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
1 M M EDI AT E ATTENTION
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

STOLEN Thursday night, red frame
Pierce bicycle, red tread tires. Suit Suitable
able Suitable reward for its return to P. V.
Leavengood, at Star office. 9-Ct

LOST Saturday silver pin of horse horseshoe
shoe horseshoe nail design, with small leaf and
from. Suitable reward for its return
to Mrs. E. H. Peters, 30. N. Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa street. 9-3t

ROOMS FOR RENT And furnished
rooms for light housekeeping; large
rooms, rates reasonable, opposite
postolliee. Call 'J0" N. Main St., or
MacLucas, at Ocala House Barber
.-hop. 10-7-Ot

FOR RENT Large and comfortable
rooms with fireplace; nicely furnish furnished;
ed; furnished; conveniently located; all modern
conveniences; rates reasonable. Apply
ooj East Second street, corner San San-chez,
chez, San-chez, or at Star office. 0-7-tf

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JOHN THOMPSON
CARPENTER

Cent rat-t.
Work.
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Ai! work

; in all kinds of Wood
I t r repaired or Ke

nt Rock Bottom Prices.

Call Rhone t"i7
Rtid nce S. Orange Street
CICALA FLORIDA

WANTED To buv a second hand

bath tub in good condition; must be
cheap. Address P. O. Box No. 10,
Ocala. Fla. 10-5-Ot
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 vour r,i-t work and reterences in

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Advertising Service, Tampa, Fla. Ot

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COTTAGE FOR RENT A small cot cot-tatre.
tatre. cot-tatre. well located. Owner will re-

m.odid .-ame according to wishes of!

i tenant. Apply to Davis S. Welch. 2-tf

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SUCCESS
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.

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The Ocala National Bank
Capital and Surplus 890,000

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WANTED Any one desiring board

i in private family; house well venti venti-i
i venti-i kit. d and screened. Apply to 1 12C
! Fort King, avenue. Ocala, Fla. f-3-lm

FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furni.-hed rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
FOR SALE Two-sry house on
Fort Kir.L' avenue. One of the very
U st location- in Ocala. Terms to
.-uit. A.!dres P. O. Box 27:;, Ocala.
Fla. IT-tf

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AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE One ;
ton truck, powerful ami in first class j
condition; cheap for cash. Apply at!
Florida House or at Star office. l-tf

GROCERIES"

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 made 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

LET US HAVE YOUR ORDERS
Khftgai's Reliable lams, per lib. 18c
This lot of Hams would cost 18 to replace them but we are giving you the
benefit of our buy.

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

Rich Taste Cheese 21c
Home Ground Meal ibs25 c
Kingnan's SKSF 15c

MWfTC Broken, but as white and clean. as can be a good cooker and as
ilVLJHi nourishing as the whole rice ------
4i Lbs. for 25c; 20 Lbs. for $1; 50 Lbs. for $2.40

Jams, Jellies and Preserves

25c Jars Florida Guava Jam
on these days for
25c Jars Florida Kumquat Mar Marmalade
malade Marmalade ..
25c Jars Florida Orange Jelly,
per jar
25c Jars R. H. Orange Marma Marmalade,
lade, Marmalade, per jar
15c Glasses Apple Marmalade,
per glass .
Maiden Blush Pure Apple Jelly
per glass

20c
20c
20c
20c
13c
09c

25c Jars Old Virginia Tomato
Preserves, pei jar

22c

30c Jars Old Virginia Red Raspberry
Cherry, Peach and Raspber-ry-Gooseberry
Preserves LjL

25c Jars Strained Cranberry JJp
Sance, per Jar LL

15c Glasses Raspberry-Apple. Black-1

berry-Apple and Damson- 2p
Apple Jam, per glass 13w

Brookfield Belter, per lib.,

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-'l-,
tail Sauce, per bottle LL
15c Bottles Snider's Chili Sauce 1 2p
per bottle 10w

25c Bottles Snider's Chili Sauce
per bottle

22c

15c Bottles Olney's Tomato 1?
Catsup, per bottle ... 10

25c Bottle Olney's Tomato
Catsup, per bottle V.

15c Bottles Pepper Sauce, per lr
bottle ... ILL

22c

MWPTG1 Whole Grain and Fancy. When cooked dry every grain will
KUiqj stand to it's self -------
3 Lbs. for 25c; 15 Lbs. for $1; 50 Lbs. for $3.20

CANNED GOODS

10c
09c

15c Tins Van Camp's Pork and IQp
Beans, 2 tins for ZrtJv
20c Tins Olney's Pork and Beans! L
per tin 1 Uw

Pie Peaches, Large Tins, each
at -
Pork and Beans, small tins, 2
for

No. 2 Tins Van Camp's Red AQr
Kidney Beans, per tin UyL

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
(These two items will cost you from 15 to 20c most any place)

O. K. Teapot Grocery

OCALA

PHONE 16

FLORIDA

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NOTICE

cau.-e on or Tfore
.Monday, the 1st Day of November.
1913.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order lie published once a week
for 4 consecutive weeks in the Ocala
Star, a newspaper published in paid
county and state.
This 1st day ot October, 1915.
(Seal! P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County.

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In the Circuit Court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and
for Marion County In Chancery.
The Commercial Hank of Ocala, Com Complainant,
plainant, Complainant, vs. J. F. Jenkins and CI.
K. William, Co-partners Under
the Style and Firm Name of J.
F. Jenkins & Company.
It i ordered that the defendant
i herein named. J. F. Jenkins, be and

jhe is hereby reouired to appear to By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
j the bill of complaint filed in thiajL. W. Duval, Complainant's Solicitor.