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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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VOL. 21. OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER, 25 1915 NO. 253
; THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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(Associated Press)

London, Oct. 25. Balkan reports
tell of the increasing gravity of the
Serbian position. To the north the

Bulgarians and Germans are within
it a rt i .1. rt it I

miriy-nve mnes 01 eacn omer. douui douui-ward,
ward, douui-ward, half of Serbian Macedonia is
in Bulgarian hands. 0
The only news favoring the entente
allies is the report of a French French-Serbian
Serbian French-Serbian offensive near Krivolak,
where the Bulgarians are reported to
bo retiring. If British troops have left
Saloniki, no news has been received
here.
Reports are current' from various
sources that the Allies are sending a
tremendous force to Saloniki. This is
expected to meet Greek demands and
may result in Greece entering the
war.

II PITTSBURG

BOX FACTQKV

MAY CAUSE THE DEATH OF A
SCORE OF WORKING GIRLS

(Associated Press)
Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 25. Fire this
afternoon in the Union paper box fac factory
tory factory is believed to have trapped a
number of girls. The fire spread rap rapidly.
idly. rapidly. Seven inmates of the building

were picked up from the sidewalk,

FIGHTING ON THE RIGA FRONT, where they jumped from the burn-
. .. t,., I ing. building in an effort to save their
Fighting on the Riga-Dvmsk front',. , ..
, . -tu a i lives, and rushed to the hospital. One

lias miumii uui Willi jcticvvcu liiicu-

sity. The Germans are apparently
losing heavily, but captured Rope,
southeast of Riga, and Illoukst, north northwest
west northwest of Dvinsk. The general view- is
that the Germans will plan a final
spurt before winter.
FRENCH PUSHING BULGARIANS
Saloniki, Oct. 25. French troops
operating against the Bulgarians are
following up .their victory of last Fri Friday,
day, Friday, threatening Strumitsa, on which
the Bulgarians retired in disorder.
AEROPLANES ARE ACTIVE
Rome, Oct. 25. Teuton aeroplanes
made two attacks last night on Ven Venice,
ice, Venice, using incendiary bambs.
RUSSIANS ON OFFENSIVE

died in the hospital. There were
thii ty-tvvo girls in the building and
twenty-two are unaccounted for.

i Screams were heard from the street,

and officials think there are a number
of girls still in the building. :

Berlin, Oct. 25. Heavy fighting is

PRESIDENT WILSON WILL AD ADDRESS
DRESS ADDRESS FEDERAL COUNCIL
! OF CHURCHES

in progress for the possession

Riga. The warornce doesn't mention
further German progress. It, how however,
ever, however, indicates that the, Russians are
on the offensive on one part of the
Riga frant.
BULGARIANS BADLY BATTERED
London, -Oct. 25. French troops
routed three divisions of Bulgarians
Saturday on the Gradek, Volandovo
and Rabrovo front, says a Havas dis dispatch
patch dispatch filed -at Saloniki Sunday. The
Bulgarian forces were decimated.

(Associated Press)
Washington, D. C, Oct. 25. Presi President
dent President Wilson has accepted the invita invitation
tion invitation to address the Federal Council

Gf of Churches of Christ in America at

Columbus, Ohio, Dec. 10th.

DISPLAY

OF SMC

CITY IS DECORATING IN HONOR
OF THE COMING OF THE
OLD SOLDIERS
The public square is being made
gay with banners and bunting, in
honor of the Confederate Veterans
htTre Wednesday. A line pf banners,
the Stars and Stripes and the Stars
and Bars interspersed,, and with them
pictures of Lee and Jackson, will run
diagonally across each corner of the
square, and the courthouse and band bandstand
stand bandstand and all other public places will
be decorated. Beside these, most of
the merchants are vieing with each
other in decorating their stores.
Ocala will be more gay than perhaps
at any time, in its history.

HVITATIGH ACCEPTED SENT AWAY SMILING

SAN FRANCISCO PAID niGH
HONOR TO WOMEN OF
THE SOUTH

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SUNK BY A SUB

BIG GERMAN CRUISER WENT
DOWN IN THE BALTIC

(Associated Press)
Petrograd, Oct. 25. A submarine
operating in the Baltic sank a German
cruiser of the Prinz Adelbert class ac according
cording according to official announcement last
night.
The Prinz Adelbert is an armored
cruiser 393 feet in length with a dis displacement
placement displacement of 8,858 tons. She carries
a complement of 557 men.
SAVED BY THE SUWANEE

Crew of the Colorado, Burned Off the
Carolina Coast

(Associated Press)
Charleston, Oct. 25. The steamer

Colorado is on fire off Cape Romain.

The crew has been taken off by the
Suwanee.

NOTICE TO WOODMEN

All members of Fort King camp,
W. O. W., who intend going to Red Red-dick
dick Red-dick tomorrow night at the invitation
it the Reddick camp, should be at the
K. of P. hall not later than 6:45 p. m.,
unless they have made special ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for transportation. AH
members are invited and a good
crowd should attend.
J. W. Lamar, C. C.

Committee of Young Men Making
Progress of Securing a Fine
Industrial Parade
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Splendid progress is being made by
the committee of the young men in
charge of the industrial parade for
the first day of :the coming Marion
County Fair. Numerous entries have
been secured by the committee and
there is enthusiasm on all sides.
The committee met this morning
at- 11 o'clock in the office of A. R.
Sandlin, and it was found that the
progress made was most encouraging.
Following is a very incomplete list
of those,, who will be represented in
the parade. Many have expressed a
desire to enter the procession and
many have yet to be seen. The com committee
mittee committee will keep hustling until every
possible entry is secured.
Those entered are: The Munroe &
Chambliss National Bank, Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank of Ocala, Carmichael &
Sons Co., Ocala Gas Co., Jake Brown,
Ocala Wine Rooms, Clayton Cigar
Co., A. F. Mellin, J. H. Dunn,, Mari Marion"
on" Marion" Farms, Oklawaha River Farms
Co. Imperial Laundry, Standard Gro Grocery
cery Grocery Co., Ollie Mordis, O. K. Teapot

Grocery, Calumet Baking Powder Co.,
Ocala Chero-Cola Bottling Co., Coco Coco-Cola
Cola Coco-Cola Bottling Co., Jordan & Co., H.
B. Masters Co., Smith & Sandifer,

Moses Grocery .Co., Ocala Ice & Pack Packing
ing Packing Co., Walter Marsh, Louis R. Cha Cha-zal
zal Cha-zal & Sons Co., Bostick's Millinery
Co., Ocklawaha Valley R. R., Collier
Brothers, McDowell Crate Co., John
Dozier Co., T. P. Bernard Co., P. P.
Costello, J. A. Manley, Taylor Print Printing
ing Printing Co., Ocala Bargain House.

(A8ocIated Press)
San Francisco, Oct. 25. The Unit United
ed United Daughters of the Confederacy
were officially welcomed by the Panama-Pacific
Exposition with a mili military
tary military escort and ceremonials. The
Daughters held their convention here
last week.

SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.

WOKE THE m ABE EXPECTED TO
OCALA THIS WEEK

On the basis of the state meeting j

last year, at least 350 of the old sol

diers are expected in Ocala this week.

There may be more if so, the more
the merrier; there will be room and
welcome for them all.
Following is the program for the
three-days convention:
Wednesday, October 27th
10 a. m. Assemble at the Temple
theater. ;
Music by the band.
Music by the U. D. C.
Prayer by. Dr. J. R. Herndon.
" Music by the U. D. C.
Address of welcome by the mayor.
Address of welcome to the veterans
by Col. J. M. Martin.
Address of welcome by the presi president
dent president of the Board of Trade.
Response by Col. Robt. W. Davis.
Address of welcome to the Sons of
Veterans by D. Niel Ferguson.
Response for the Veterans by Gen General
eral General Law. i
Response for the Sons by C. Seton
Fleming.
; Address of welcome to the DaughT
ters by Mrs. D. E. Mclver.
Response by Gen. John A. Ros Ros-borough.
borough. Ros-borough.
Music by the U. D. C.
Veterans' meeting at the Temple to
Organize.
Sons' meeting at the court house to
organize. 4
, Afternoon Autos to Silver Springs
followed by trip on Silver river.
7:30 p. m. Music by the band.
Public reception on court house
square. :-.-J .,
Thursday, October-28th :
9 a. m. Veterans assemble at the
Temple theater.
Sons assemble at the court house.
, 2 p. m. -Veterans assemble at the
Temple theater.
Sons assemble at the court house.
8 p. t m. Grand : ball, i Ye old time
fiddlers. Quadrille, .Virginia ; reel, etc.,
under the auspices of Dickison Chap
ter, U. D. C, at the Woman's Club
building in honor!. of all k veterans.
Finale, dancing with Sons. Good Goodnight,
night, Goodnight, v
Friday, October 29th
9 a. m. Election of officers. Se Selection
lection Selection of next place for reunion.
11 a. m. Grand parade by the
Veterans, Sons, Daughters and Chil Children
dren Children of the Confederacy.
Good-byes and God's blessings:

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

AGAINST OQUZE

COMMONER W ANTS TO PUT A
PROHIBITION CLAUSE IN
OHIO CONSTITUTION

(Associated Press)
Columbus, Ohio, Oct. 25. William
Jennings Bryan this morning started
a six-day campaign for the state-wide
prohibition amendment to the Ohio
constitution, speaking at Steubenville.
Bryan will speak in forty-one coun counties,
ties, counties, making forty-six speeches. 'The
election has been called for November
2nd. Both sides are active.

SHIIIIIIG I1IGHTS FOB
THE OLD SOLDIERS

In Honor of the Veterans, Ocala's
Public Square will be
- Illuminated
Superintendent Caldwell of the
electric plant and his assistants have
been busy preparing for extra lights
on the public square during the nights
the Confederate Veterans are in the
city. "" ,-
To begin with, eight new arc lights
are being installed in place of the
four now on the square. They will
take the four places now occupied and
f our in between. These eight lights
are a new -style of lamp, and though
much brighter than the old ones will
take far less current in proportion.
The lights that have been in use are
each of 500 jcandlepower, and f burn
500 watts each. The new lamps are
of 600 candlepower,' but take only 300
watts each. ..
The courthouse square is to have a
border of 8-candle incandescents
strung all around it. There will be
in the border eight arches one at
each side and one on each corner. The
globes on the arches will be blue, the
others red and white.
The fair arches across Broadway
and Magnolia, which have been re renewed,
newed, renewed, so during the nights the Vet Veterans
erans Veterans are in the city the square will
be such a blaze of light as has never
been seen in Ocala before.

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NEW AUTOMOBILES ON CREDIT

.If. you wish a new automobile of
the latest model, either roadster or
five-passenger car, for less than half
cash downt balance on monthly pay payments,
ments, payments, write to box 164, Ocala, Fla. tf

all veterans to Siiver Springs for the trip down f

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Beaten Off from Railway by

French and British

COMMUNICATIONS BETlVEEIi THE ALLIES Ai THE SERBIAIIS

ARE HOT YET CUT

(Associated Press

Gradek, Serbia, Oct. 25. The dou

ble attempt of the Bulgarians to cut

the railway at Veles and Volandovo

was completely repulsed by the Brit

ish and French. French troops were

eft in possession of the railway from

Saloniki to Negotin, beyond wich
point it is not menaced: French losses

light. An allied offensive is immi

nent. V r

STRIVING TO HELP SERBIA
London, Oct. 24. Russia by a coup

of land and sea forces has put an
army on the coast of Courland, nine-

y miles southwest of Riga, which is

menacing General von Buelow's army
which is trying to take the Baltic

port. This, together with Russia's in

creased pressure all along the east eastern
ern eastern front, the allied fleets' bombard bombardment
ment bombardment of Bulgarian ports and the new
offensive begun by Italy in Trent and

rentino is evidently the Entente's

move to relieve the strain in Serbia.
The reports that Russian warships
are taking part in the shelling of Bul Bulgarian
garian Bulgarian ports dispels the idea held by
many Ilulara that they are fighting

Serbia only and stronger color is giv

en by the rumor that Russia plans
the landing of troops at Bulgarian

lack Sea ports.

SERBIANS HAVE SOME SUCCESS

Paris, Oct. 25. An official state

ment filed Saturday by the Havas

Nkh correspondent declares the Ser Serbians
bians Serbians at some places turned on the
Germans with considerable success,

capturing several guns.

,111 BETTER OUTLOOK

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ON CAUSE OF HIS DISMISSAL

BUT PRAISES HIS TREAT TREATMENT
MENT TREATMENT BY AMERICANS

t Associated Presa)
Berlin, Oct. 25. Dr. Constantine

Dumba, formerly Austrian ambassa

dor to the United States, arriving

here refused to comment on the

causes necessitating his return to
Vienna. Dr. Dumba said the incident

had been fully discussed in the news

papers. He praised tne treatment ac

corded him and his family by Amer Americans
icans Americans and British on their trip.

ARREST 6EHII AGENTS

SECRET SERVICE MEN BELIEVE

THEY HAVE DISCOVERED A
BUNCH OF SPIES

t Associated Press
New York, Oct. 25. Robert Fay,

said to be a lieutenant in the German

army, and Walter L. Scholz, who

ere arrested while testing explosives

near Grantwood, N. J., were arraign

ed at Weehawken, ri. J., on tne cnarge

of conspiracy and held without bail.

The police say Fay confessed. The
German army officer came here from
Germany to experiment with an ex-

osives machine which is attached to

the rudder of a ship, explodes and
disables the vessel. This is done to

delay munitions shipments. Paul

Basche. who was arrested today in

Jersey City, gave valuable informa

tion, detectives say.

BUNCH OF BANDITS

Prices of Naval Stores Clknbing to
the Level of Prosperity
We clip the following encouraging
news from the Times-Union:
There is more than a silver lining
about the clouds which have hovered
over the future of the naval stores
industry in this state .for the. past
several years. Gradually increasing
prices have been the case for the past
several days, and there is every oc occasion
casion occasion to believe that conditions now
are far hetter than before the great
international conflict began in Europe
the early part of August, 1914.
The most notable case of the naval
stores men in this state seeing a. re return
turn return of "good times" came with the
price quotations of yesterday. Spirits
turpentine was quoted at 534 cents
per, gallon, against" a price of 8
cents below this just before the out

break of the European war. "Water
white rosin" was put on the boards
of the local exchange yesterday at
6.50, against 5.85 a year ago. "Betsy,"
or the lowest grade of rosin, was
quoted at-4.60 yesterday, as against-j
3.55 and 3.65 one year or more ago.
Favorable Every Way
. It is stated that the market is bet better
ter better than it has been in over two years.
The failure of certain companies
some years ago at a time when they
were handling the product of the tur turpentine
pentine turpentine farms, seriously crippled the
industry.. It was hoped that the mar market
ket market was on a sound basis just before
the outbreak of the European war.
At that time the United Kingdom of
Great Britain declared that turpen turpentine,
tine, turpentine, rosin and cotton were contra

band of war. This immediately Had
a stifling effect on the trading of
naval stores.
Florida can boast, it is stated of at
least 51 per cent of the available
naval stores supply in the new world.
Owing to this fact the "looking up"
of the market within the last few
days is a source of much gratification.
State's Inspection N
At the last session of the Florida
state legislature a bill was passed es establishing
tablishing establishing an inspection plan for
naval stores products. This was sign signed
ed signed by Gov. Trammell and became law.
This inspection process has been as assaulted,
saulted, assaulted, however, in the United

States court, but ,it is believed it will
stand the test and generally aid in
making Florida's naval stores pro products
ducts products the standard of the whole world.

It is also said that there are a

number of companies who are amass

ing large stock of spirits and rosin.

As soon as' conditions are favorable
for marketing in the markets of

Europe, it is believed that an unpre

cedented era of prosperity will ensue
here.

Who Attacked American Soldiers
Captured Near Brownsville

(Associated Press i

Brownsville, Texas, Oct. 25. The

band of Mexican bandits who attack

ed United States cavalry six miles
from here yesterday and escaped,
was cantured today. As far as is

known none were killed.

STRIKE SETTLED

EMPLOYES OF GENERAL ELEC

TRIC CO. RETURN TO WORK

(Associated Press)
Schnectady, N. Y., Oct. 25. A
large majority of the thirteen thou thousand
sand thousand employes of the General Elec Electric
tric Electric Company, who went on strike
three weeks ago for an eight-hour
working day, have returned to work.
Machinists, numbering -between 2500
and 3000 remained out.

Fresh Nunnaiiy'3 candies ty express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
tt. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaven good, Business Manager
J. II. Benjamin,. Editor
Entered at Ocala, Ha, postoffice as second class matter

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance ..$5.00
Six months, in advance ....... 2X0
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance....... M
MADE A MISTAKE
Its the Star's opinion that the city
council has made a mistake in hav hav-h'g
h'g hav-h'g the sewerage system extenedd
ir.to west instead of into North Ocala.
A j;rcat deal of the territory in the
west end in which mains are being
au is either tenated by undersirables
or not tenanted at all. If any part of
the town could be" neglected, it wa3
that part north of Exposition street
and west of the Seaboard track. On
the other hand, North Ocala is being
rapidly built up by the best class of
people.
As the contract was let for some
$30,000 less than the amount contem
plated, the Star suggests that the
council proposes to the contractors
to make a bid on extending the sew sewerage
erage sewerage system to North Ocala. It is
an injustice not only to the people of
that section but the entire town to
have them left out- of such an impor important
tant important part of the municipal plan as the
sewerage system.
Another thing that should be taken
into consideration at once is the
water plant. Our water works are
now used to their full capacity, and
we doubt that they will be able to
furnish the necessary water to drive
the sewage thru the pipes.
This is one of the things that Mr.
Meffert had in, mind when he tried
to hurry work on the new plant. His
colleagues have tied his hands for
mighty little reason and nothing is
being done, so next summer, we may
have either a sewerage system that
we can't use, or one that if we use it
will choke for lack of water. In one
event, the people's money will be
wasted, in the other, their health will
be imperiled. Stopping work on the
water plant, while academic discus
sions go on in regard to the various
sites, suits a few interested parties,
but it is mighty bad for the people of
the city in general.
THE CITY ELECTION
While the wet or dry campaign has
the center of the stage just now,
great many Ocala people have m
mind the municipal campaign, which
will come to a vote a week after the
local option election, namely on Dec.
14.
It is seldom that an entire ticket
is put out in Ocala, each ward gen generally
erally generally electing its candidate without
any reference to the others.
This year, however, that element of
our citizens who are most strongly in
favor of municipal ownership is con
sidering putting a full ticket of men
pledged to that policy in the field. On
that line, the Star hears the follow
ing ticket extensively mentioned:
' First Ward W? A. Knight.
Second Ward J. M. MefFert.
Third Ward D. E. Mclver.
' Fourth Ward G. A. Nash.
At Large J. E. Chace.
Mayor John D. Robertson.
Says the Florida Metropolis: Flor Florida
ida Florida producers of lumber generally are
more than gratified with the present
state of affairs in the industry. Mills
which were closed down as the result
of the collapse in prices felt every everywhere
where everywhere from the falling off in demand
soon after the European war was de declared,
clared, declared, are steadily resuming opera operation,
tion, operation, and those plants which have
been running are now working with
increased vigor. In fact, the lumber
men of Florida, as a general propo proposition,
sition, proposition, have about as many orders for
immediate future delivery as they
care to handle. The situation is
gratifying, indeed, according to one
well qualified to speak on the lumber
situation.
While our ball park is good enough
for local work, it isn't in sufficiently
good shape for the practice of a big
league team. Several improvements
will have to be made before any of
the national ball clubs will come here.
Our people should cheerfully assist
Manager Hunter to raise the compar comparatively
atively comparatively small, amount needed. It
won't be wasted, even if the big
teams stay away, for it will pay
Ocala well to become the baseball
center of this section, with teams
coming here to play from "all the
neighboring towns.
The Star is very glad to note the
unanimity with which the leading
newspapers of Florida rebuke relig religious
ious religious intolerance and attempts to drag
religion into politics.
, The United Daughters of the Con Confederacy,
federacy, Confederacy, who met in San Francisco
last week, selected Dallas, Texas, as
the place for their next meeting.
It is reported that United States
Marshal J. C. Brown will be a candi candidate
date candidate for the oflice of railroad com commissioner
missioner commissioner next year.
Mr. L. S. Light, who was in town
.Saturday, says that the monetary

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(Foreign)
One year, in advance ...$8.00
Six months, in advance....... 4.25
Three months, in advance. . 2J25
One month, in advance. ... . .80
value of the crops in his own imme- U
diate neighborhood at Reddick is from
xorcy to niiy mousanu uouars.
TRAINING GROUND FOR
A BIG LEAGUE TEAM
Owing principally to the constant
and energetic work of Manager Hun-(to
ter of the Ocala Baseball Team and
some of his enthusiastic helpers, there
is a fair chance that Ocala will be the
training ground next spring of one of
the big league teams.
A dispatch from Chicago to the
Star Friday morning told that the
WTiite Sox (Chicago Americans) had
decided to come to Florida, and Ocala
would probably be their objective
point. Saturday afternoon, Mr. Hun-
ter received a letter from H. P. Spar-
row, manager of the New York Amer-
icans, asking what Ocala had to offer
in the way of inducements for his
crab to tram here.
Ocala is not going to offer any in-
ducements except a good training
ground, good hotel accommodations,
central location and excellent rail
road connections. These however I
have considerable weight, and so it
needn't be wondered at if one of these
famous teams is practicing on our
diamond next spring.
Mr. Hunter is well known among
the baseball and railroad men, and he
has availed himself to the utmost of
his acquaintance. Of a certainty, he
has made the baseball "magnates sit
up and 'take notice of Ocala, which
place they didn't know was on the
map before; and with his energy and
persistence, if properly backed up by
our people, he will yet succeed in ob
taining for Ocala a national reputa
tion among the lovers of the national
sport
Charlie Hunter is a great believer
in baseball, and has in a large degree
the gift of imparting his enthusiasm
to other people. If he never does
anything else for the city, the inter-
esi ne nas revived ana worm ne nas
done for the game, despite some
rather discouraging circumstances,
will entitle him to a place in the first
rank of Ocala's public-spirited men.
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MR. HAMPTON FOR MAYOR
The friends of Mr. H.
. M. Hampton
v.; Ko. a
are trying to persuade
candidate ior the omce ot mayor.
namp nas declined several re
quests, but his friends are persistent,
and may overcome his objections.
Mr. Hampton is a first-rate lawyer,
a deep thinker and a man of wide in-
fnrTnntirm TTo hoc MOT.tr fAKA onA
if he goes into the race he will make
it interesting. It is hardly necessary
t add that if elected he will make a
good official.
The Times-Union runs a poem about
a homespun dress, which causes read readers
ers readers to wonder if the paper will next
pull something else up to date, like
Moses' experiences on Mount Sinai.
St. Petersburg Independent. r
If the T.-U. or any other paper was
to print a story about Moses and
Mount Sinai, it would be real news to
most folks. People ; today are not
very well posted on Christ and the
Apostles, and have plumb forgotten
there ever was any Moses.
It is reported that the prospects of
a conscription law being passed is
causing large numbers of men to
leave England for America. Such
men should not be allowed to land in
this country. We have enough cow cowards
ards cowards now.
In shooting- Edith Carvell, the Eng English
lish English trained nurse, the Germans have
again outraged the feelings of civil civilized
ized civilized people. It was an act as unnec unnecessary
essary unnecessary as cruel.
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GENUINE AMERICANS

Recently, says the Pensacola Jour
nal, the Staats-Zeitung printed the
name of the firm of J. & W. Seligman
in black border on. its front page. It
did this because this firm was among
the banking houses subscribing to the
loan to England and France. That
the Seligmans are true Americans is
very evident, for the following is the
stinging reply they sent the German
paper:
"While not readers of the Staats-
Zeitung we are under the impression
that there was no mourning border in
the middle of your front page when
American children and American wo
men entitled to the sympathy and
protection of every true American
were, together with their fathers.
usband s and b roth ers. deliberately
and heartlessly murdered bye sink-
ftf t,A T.usitama. That black
mourning border you seem to have
reserved for American bankers seek seeking
ing seeking to render a disinterested service
to their country by helping to keep
its industries going through credits
its foreign-customers."
FLORIDA THEIR FAVORITE
Tampa Tribune: A" dispatch from
Chicago states that the American
League baseball club of that city has
decided to train in Florida next
sDrine, Ocala is mentioned as the
most likely place and it is probable
that arrangements will be made for
the White Sox to spend their training
season in that city.
Ocala is admirably located for this
purpose,' Since' the first visit of a
big league baseball club to this state,
the number of such clubs trainin2 in
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Florida has increased annually. It is
likely that a dozen or more clubs will
train in Florida next spring.
The y engineers believe they will
have the Panama canal reopened for
traffic by Jan. 1. According to the re
cord of American engineers, they are
likely to have it open sooner. V
FLORIDA WOMEN SHOULD
TAKE THIS ADVICE.
Ft. Myers, Fla. "I have in my posses-
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1883, and feel that it
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my family.
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to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
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T OF
1IE COMMITTEE
"Which Has Been Entrusted with the
Task of Finding Homes for the
Confederate Veterans
To the Good People of Ocala:
We, the committee soliciting homes
with entertainment, : also rooms for
the veterans who are to be here Oct.
27th, 28th and 29th, submit through
the press the result. If we have fail
ed to call on any one it has not been
intended. We have tried to visit ev every
ery every house; many, no one was at home
We do hope that every citizen of our
city that can take pare of one or
more of these grand old men either in
their homes or by sending them to
some hotel or boarding house, will as
once telephone to 381 just what they
will do. The time is short and we
must know just what we can expect.
We cannot afford to have them come
and not be prepared to take care of
them. We appreciate every offer of
assistance, as well as every condition
that exists where some cannot.
Wishing each and all joy and hap
piness for the many kindnesses to us
in cooperation for this entertainment,
and trusting all will join in making
their stay with us the sweetest and
best of all the reunions.
List of homes and those giving
rooms and entertainment to the vet veterans
erans veterans during their stay in Ocala se
cured thus far:
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, 3; Mrs. B. D.
Blackburn, 1; Mrs. C. F. Flippen, 1;
Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk, 1; Mrs. J. D.
Robertson, 2; Mrs. J. W. Davis, 2;
Mrs. Otis Green, 2; Mrs. E. L. Car
ney, 6; Mrs. L. W. Duval, 1 ; Col. R
F. Rogers, 2 ; Mrs. Brigance, 1 ; Mrs.
Huckaby, 1; Mrs. J. P. Galloway, 2;
Mrs. J. D. Smith, 2; Mrs. Mansfield,
1; Mrs. C. S. Cullen, 1; Mrs. Bishop,
2r Mrs. W. T. Gary, 3; Mrs. B. A
Weathers, 6 ; Mrs. J. H. Brinson, 1 ;
Mrs. R. B. Bullock. 2: Mrs. J. H.
Brooks, 1 ; Mrs. Clarence Camp, 2 ;
Mrs. George Campbell, 2; Mrs. F. W.
Ditto, 1; Mrs. R. G. Blake, 1; Mrs.
George Rentz, 2; Mrs. Judge Warner,
2; Mrs. G. D. Washburn, 2; Mrs. W.
W. Harriss, 2; Mrs. J. M. Meffert, 1;
Mrs. George MacKay, 1 ; Mr. D. M.
Barco, 1; Mr. G. W. Shuey, 4; Mr. J.
W. Lamar, 2; Mr. R. L. Marsh, 1; Dr.
J. G. Glass, 1; Mr. Cleveland, 2; Mr.
S. R. Pyles, 6; Mrs. Ed Carmichael, 3;
Mrs. James Engesser, 1; Mrs. J. C.
Caldwell, 1 ; Mrs. C. E. Simmons, 1 ;
Mrs. George BlitchJ 1; Mrs. Badger,
2; Mrs. William Mocker, 2; Mrs. R.
R. Carroll, 2; Mrs. H. C. Jones, 2;
Mrs. B. H. Seymour, 2; : Mrs. S. R
Whaley, 1; Mrs. M. E. Ervine, 3; Mrs
W. J. Edwards, 2; Mrs. R. A. Bur-
ford, 2; Mrs. J. W. Hood, 2; Mrs. J.
M. Graham, 2 ;v Mrs." B. F. Borden, 2;
Mr. Jake Brown, 1; Mrs. E. L. How
ell, 2; Mrs. W. R. Bryce, 3; Mrs. Bax
ter Cam, 1 ; Mrs. W. H. Cassels, 1 ;
Mrs. J. L. Edwards, 2; Mrs. S. P.
Hollinrake, 2; Mrs. G. B. Stein, 3;
Mrs. A. E. Waterman, 1; Gen. Alfred
Ayer, 4: Mr. Frank Harris, 2; Dr.
Van Hood, 2 ; Mrs. W. M. Gober, 1 ;
Mrs. Z. C. Chambliss, 1; Mrs. L. A.
Gable, 1; Mrs. Tobe Brown, 2; Mrs.
Berry, 2; Mrs. Priest, 1; Mrs. W. L.
Colbert, 1.
xnose wno will iurnisn rooms are
as follows: Mrs. P. W. Whitesides, 4;
Mrs. W. A. Goin, 1; Mrs. S. A. Stand
ley 2; Mr. H. W. Tucker, 4; Mrs. L.
F. Blalock, 2; Mrs. Joseph Malever,
2; Mrs. John Dozier, 2; Mrs. F. W.
Kunzee, 2; Mrs. M. L. Mershon, 4;
Mrs. W. S. Bullock, 2: Mrs. E. M
Osborne, 2; Mrs. J. V. Tarver, 2;
Mrs. W. H. Hetrick, 2; Mr. George
Davis, 2; Mrs. F. B. Beckham, 2;
Mrs. M. Fishel, 2; Mrs. J. R. Herndon
2; Mrs. D. M Smith, 2; Mrs. D. T
Jeffcoat, 2; Mr. J. C. Knight, 2; Mrs
D. R. Connor, 2; Mrs. McAteer, 2;
Mrs. C. J. Weaver, 1; Mrs. S. Haile.
2; Mrs. Badger, .3; Mrs. Bunyan
Stephens, 2 ; Mrs. M. Frank, 2 ; Mrs
Jim Johnson, 2; Mrs. R. T. Weaver,
2; Mrs. G. A. Nash, 4; Mrs. A. C
Cobb, 2; Mrs. B. T. Perdue, 2; Mrs
Weller Carmichael, 2: Mrs. Kate
Brinkley, 2; Mrs. J. M. Thompson, 2
Mrs. I W. W. Stripling, 2; Mr. R. T.
Adams, 2; Mrs. J. H. Dunn, 2; Mrs.
J. H. Livingston Sr., 2 : Mrs. A. M,
Perry, 4; Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, 4
Ocala House, 2; Mrs. Mollie Wallis
2; Miss Nellie Stevens, 2: Linwood
House, 1.
List so far of ladies' contributing
cash towards entertaining the veter
ans: Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, $5; Mrs
J. W. Tally, $3; Mrs; Mary Eagleton
$1; Mrs. J. 'E. Chace. $5: Mrs. C. H.
Lloyd, $2; ;Mrs. G. S. Scott, $3; Mrs
Jim Taylor, $Z; Mrs. Will Taylor, $3
Mrs. P. D.-O'Dell, $.50; Mrs. J. A
Tucker, $1; Mrs. C. L. Anderson
$1.50; Miss Mary Parr, $3.
Those furnishing meals: Mrs. F. L.
Grantham, 1; Mrs. J. R. Dewey, 3
Mrs. E. J. Crook, 1.
A number who are not shown on
this list are entertaining veterans
who are relatives, but we would be
glad to get the name of all expected
so they can be properly assigned and
no mistakes made.
Respectfully submitted,
J. D. Rooney,
Mrs. E. L. Carney,
Mrs. C. Carmichael,
Committee.
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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 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.

Wis of Byplay

By Luke McLuke
Copyright, 1915, the Cincinnati
inquirer
A Real Cheerful Cuss.
"The boob is sure some optimist,'
re-
marked the grouch.
"That so?" asked the old fogy.
"Should say so," replied tue grouch.
"Why, every month he claims that his
gas bill is smaller than be expected it
tobe."
Some Meek.
He was the meekest of all men.
Was Adam Oswald Black;
He never used a cuss word when
His foot picked up a tack.
Mean Brute!
"Iluhr sneered Mrs. Gabb. "Here's a
Judge who holds that a man's wife is
not a part of his family."
"Well, the judge is right," growled
Mr. Gabb. "The average wife is not a
part of the family. She is the whole
blame thing."
You Know Him.
Of toll he always lives In fear,
And all his tasks are ehirked;
He is the guy who likes to hear
That he Is overworkfid.
Paw Knows Everything.
Willie Paw, what is the difference
between fact and fiction?
Paw Well, in fiction the little man
always hits the big man on the ja w
and the big man is knocked out, my
son. But in fact the little man is al
ways hauled away to the hospital.
Correct. .'
If you think men meet with success.
Your dope is wrongr, son. Shake it.
Success won't call at your address.
You have to overtake it.
Ouch, Doc, Have a HeartI
Dr. Ilurt does business at Third and
High streets, Hamilton, O.
Advice.
"I'll give you some advice," said Dobb,
. : "And two lines will unfold it:
While any dub can get a job
It takes a man to hold it"
An' That's Some Tootin, by Heck!
The band boys did well at the thea theater
ter theater last night. They played No. 9 in
the red book without a slipup. Elton
(la.) Bugle.
' Betcha!
She looks as though she'd dressed in haste,
I'll bet she isn't warm;
And while her see-more shows bad taste.
It also shows good form.
Well, Well!
Dear Luke I went into a restaurant
here today, and a corn fed soup slinger
waited on me. I grinned and compli complimented
mented complimented her on being a corn fed, but
she did not seem a bit pleased. I then
asked her what they had ready to
serve, and she came right back at me
and replied, "Nothing but a Luke Mc McLuke
Luke McLuke stew." Can you beat it? C. W.
T., East St Louis, 111.
Names Is Names.
Miss O. I. Wood lives at Elkhart, Ind.
Things to Worry About.
Saturn's rings are produced by the ra
diation of luminous particles from the
planet
Our. Daily Special.
We are always "out of condition"
when we get licked.
Luke McLuke Says:
When a thirty-year-old maiden finds
that she can't catch a handsome ath
lete she slows up and begins paying
some attention to the lads on crutches.
When a man hates you he has a
grouch on when you come around. But
when a woman hates you she smiles
sweetly when she meets you, although
she could be arrested for what she
thinks of you.
Every now and then a man who is
safe and sane about other matters will
fall in love with a woman -who is al
ready married to another man.
The lad who whines that a woman
drove him to drink is a liar. No man is
born without a thirst
Maybe this would be a happier world
if things were reversed and it cost $500
to get married and only $5 to get a di
vorce.
. After sitting down and being honest
with yourself you will admit that your
fool friends cause you more trouble
than your enemies.
One reason why father likes to move
into another house is because he knows
that the day after mother gets moved
in she will discover some other house
that she likes better.
A woman never realizes how much
she loves a man until she discovers
that some other woman also loves him.
When a girl has shown an interest
In you and she meets you on the street
four times In one afternoon. It isn't
accident It is a frameup.
What has become of the old fash
ioned man who used to get his picture
In an almanac because one bottle of
PCfle's" Punk Preservative cured him
of dropsy. Bright's disease, eczema.
pimples and smallpox?
The old fashioned fifteen-year-old girl
who used to wear a pinafore, and
whose face was covered with natural
roses and freckles, now has a fifteen-
year-old daughter who wears a low
necked waist and a see more skirt
and whose face Is covered with paint
nnd beauty patches.
Why Is it that a souse always gets
his red nose from rum and that a pro prohibitionist
hibitionist prohibitionist always gets his red nose
from stomocb trouble?.
JOHN THOMPSON
CARPENTER
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Eoofs repaired or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 437
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
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OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY, OCTOBER 25, 19l3

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George Stanley and George Kunkel.in LORELI MADONNA. (Vita (Vita-graph
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WIFE'S MA COMES BACK. (Libin Comedy, with Billy Reeves.)
A BARNYARD MIX-UP. (Lubin Animated Cartoon.)
ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
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Many Kinds of

One Sure Mode of Treatment

Authorities Say Don't
It Through the Blood.
Whether your trouble is Sciatica,
Lumbago or the dreaded Articular
Rheumatism, the answer is the sailie.
You must treat it through the blood.
That is the only way to rid the sys system
tem system of uric acid, purify the blood and
revitalize the nerves. If the blood is
freed from impurities, Rheumatism
must go. This in short is the exact
knowledge gained by the research lab laboratories
oratories laboratories of the S. S. S. Co., in Atlan Atlanta.
ta. Atlanta. There tests have been made for
fifty years. They know what Rheu Rheumatism
matism Rheumatism is. They know, that S. S. S.,
the remarkable blood tonic, which

the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec rec-orsd
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recod history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it all.
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK

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impurities the uric acid and organic
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I

(If you have any items for this
Thoughts Treasureable
So few people succeed greatly be
cause so few can conceive a great end
and work without tiring. Arthur
Symons.
Commendation goes further than
blame.
Reception at the Woman's Club
The opening of the Woman s Club
for the season will be marked by a
u u A vea
reception to be held at the club house
o a v ,l
next Saturday in honor of the new
members. The annual reception off
the Woman's Club is always one of
the larcrest events of the early sea
son, and the affair this vear is beine

greatly anticipated. An interesting j to Episcopal Congregation
feature will be a musical program At a congregational meeting fol fol-which
which fol-which has been arranged by Mrs. D. i owing morning prayer yesterday at

L. Mclver, music chairman. I

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j Glass, rector, tendered his resigna resigna-Quite
Quite resigna-Quite the largest affair in Miami's tion to take effect at the decision of

social calendar last week was a mus-j
ical reception given by the Woman's I
Club in compliment to the teachers of
the city's public schools. Prof. J. H.
Workman, principal of the schools,
and Mrs. Workman were present.
Mrs. Samuel E. Leigh left this
morning for Jacksonville to visit her
mother, Mrs. Johnson.
Mrs. J. B. Chamberlain, who has
been enjoying a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Herbert Lattner, returned to her
home in Jacksonville today.
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Mrs. Grider J. Perkins is spending
this week in Jacksonville, the guest of
her sister, Mrs. W. N. Gasque. Mrs.
Perkins departed this morning.
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Mrs. T. J. Morrison of Louisville,
Ky., will be a visitor Wednesday, a
guest at the Harrington.
.
. Mrs. E. M. Howard reached home
Sunday from Champiagn, 111., where
she was the guest for the late sum summer
mer summer and early fall of Mr. Howard's
father, Dr. H. C. Howard and family.
The annual visits .of Mrs.Howard to
Champaign are an incentive for a
round of gaieties and this year she
was charmingly entertained at a
series of beautiful parties, among her
hostesses being Mrs." Mayfield, who
ha3 been a guest at the Howard home
in this city.
A decided impetus has been given
to Lakeland society by the approach approaching
ing approaching marriage of two of that city's
loveliest girls, Miss Mabel Drane and
Miss Margaret Southard.' Among the
out of towns guests enjoying the ser- j
ies of parties arranged in their honor
are Miss Janet Weathers of this city
and Miss Emma Nelson, formerly of
Ocala but now of Tampa.
-
Miss Minnie Gamsby will be host hostess
ess hostess of the reading club tomorrow aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. Miss Florence Joyner and Mrs. D.
Staff, two of the night operators at
the telephone exchange, were guests
yesterday of Mr and Mrs. Ben Ray Ray-sor
sor Ray-sor at Lowell. Mr. and Mrs. Raysor
motored in for their V guests and
made the day most delightful for.
them.
Mrs. H. F. Watt is the guest until
Wednesday of Mrs. W. G. McKay in
Jacksonville, leaving for there today.
Miss Bettie Mclver reached home
Saturday from Jacksonville, where
she was the guest for a few days of
Miss Helen Wade. Mr. and Mrs. E.
A. Osborne, with whom Miss Mclver
motored to the state metropolis, will
return probably tomorrow.
.
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett and son
will spend the greater portion of the
winter at their grove at Pineola,
leaving for there some time next
month.
.
Messrs. Norton Davis and Carlisle
Izlar are home from a visit of several
days in Atlanta.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver, president of
Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, is num
bered among the prominent women
of the state now in Jacksonville to
attend the unveiling ceremonies of
the monument to the women of the
Southern Confederacy, to be held in
that city tomorrow. Mrs. Mclver will
return home on the evening train to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. i;'
Messrs. Jack and William Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, who in the summer joined their
brother, Mr. George Mcintosh, on a
farm out from Colorado Springs, Col.,
will, accompanied by their brother,
move into the city the middle of No November
vember November to spend the winter. Miss
Jessie Mcintosh will in all probability
leave for Colorado Springs next
month to keep house for her brothers.
Tomorrow and Wednesday the in interest
terest interest of Methodist Sunday school
workers in the state will be centered
in Orlando, the Methodist congrega congregation
tion congregation of that city, of which Rev. J. B.
Ley is pastor, being host to the
Florida Wesley Bible class federa federation.
tion. federation. In the matter of class federa federation
tion federation the Florida, conference ranks
thirk in the list of conferences to fed federate
erate federate her organized classes, South
Carolina and Texas conferences be be-in?r
in?r be-in?r the first two. At present there
are 250 registered classes :n Florida,

department, call 'phone 106)

and the Ocala district leads all other
districts in the number of classes,
having fifty-one. Ocala will be rep
resented at the meeting by the fol following,
lowing, following, who will leave for Orlando in
the morning: Dr. and Mrs. J. M.
Gross, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Phillips,
Mrs. F. W. Cook, Mrs. G. D. Wash Washburn,
burn, Washburn, Miss Emma Washburn, Mrs.
f,,,l 'ir;ii: ir t:.j nr.
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w Clyatt, Mr. L. W. Duval and
'
Mrs. A. Bouvier. They will motor
. J
"6 Mre "
cars.
Rev Glass Tendered His Resignation
Grace EniscoDal church. Rev. J. G.
the vestry. The causes occasioning
the resignation were made known to
the members of the congregation
present.
Rev. Glass is greatly beloved in his
parish and since accepting the rector rectorship
ship rectorship has closely identified himself
with the life of Ocala, and his de departure
parture departure from the city would be a keen
loss felt by hundreds. The congre congregation
gation congregation is not in favor of the vestry
accepting Mr, Glass resignation and
efforts to retain him as rector were
immediately put into execution.
. The announcement of the resigna resignation
tion resignation is being received with deepest
regret by the legion of friends of Mr.
Glass and his charming family and it
i ? sincerely hoped that they will con continue
tinue continue to make Ocala their home and
that he will remain rector of Grace
church.
Meeting of the W. C. T. U.
The W. C. T. U. will meet at the
Baptist church tomorrow, Tuesday,
afternoon, at 3 o'clock." All members
are urged to attend. Annual election
of officers will take place.
Cards have been received announc announcing
ing announcing the engagement of Miss Muriel
M. Bittinger and Mr. Charles Leon Leonard
ard Leonard Godfrey Jr. Miss Bittinger who
visited her aunt, Mrs. C. L. Bittinger
and cousin, Miss Adele, is well known
here among the social set, as she
made many friends during her visit.
She is the eldest daughter of Mr.
Fred Bittinger, who in company with
his brother, Mr. Joseph Bittinger, are
editors and publishers of the Old
Colony Memorial at Plymouth, Mass.
The announcement of. the wedding
will follow later.
The weekly meetings of the sewing
circles of the various churches were
enjoyable informal affars of this aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. The Presbyterian" circle met
with Mrs. W. W. Condon, the Baptist
with Mrs. Paul Durand, Mrs. C. E.
Winston was hostess to the Broadway
church circle, Mrs. T. M. Moore to
the Methodist and the Junior Metho Methodist
dist Methodist circle was entertained by Mrs.
Morman, at 212 Orange avenue.
Mrs. II. W. Tucker returned home
yesterday from an enjoyable stay of
two months in Atlanta.
m "' :
Mrs. Eugene Rivers is visiting her
aunt, Mrs. F. H. Hagood in Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, going up this morning on the
early train. Mr. Rivers will join his
wife tomorrow and en route home
Mrs. Rivers will visit in Gainesville
and Micanopy.
Mrs. D. W. Tompkins, who has
been spending the past several weeks
in Atlanta, will return this after
noon or tonight. She was joined yes yesterday
terday yesterday in Jacksonville by Mr. TomjH
kins.
;
Mrs. Annie Waldo Van Deman is
in Atlanta the guest of relatives. She
and her mother, Mrs. Nellie Waldo
who is visiting in Forsyth, Ga., will
return to Ocala about the middle of
December.
Dr. and Mrs. H. C. Dozier are home
from a motoring trip of a few days
to Jacksonville and Atlantic Beach.
Mrs. R. R. Carroll went to Jackson
ville this afternoon to attend the un
veiling ceremonies of the Conf eder
ate monument tomorrow and nex
day.
The readers of the Times-Union
yesterday were privileged to enjoy an
interesting article from the pen of
Marie M. Graves on Mrs. W. S. Jen Jennings,
nings, Jennings, president of the Florida fed
eration.
Boiling brown is the rage now in
dress fabrics and accessories, the
name being a courtesy to the Presi
dent's fiance, Mrs. Edith Boiling
Gait.
Wednesday afternoon, Mrs. Don
Peabody entertaintid the ladies of the
Young Peoples' Dramatic Club, and
the young matrons in honor of Miss
Alice Bell, a popular bride-elect who
will marry Dr. W. A. Getch, of Eus
tis October 20th. Tavares Exchange
Miss Irma Blake, who has been in
Jacksonville for the past few days
the guest of Mrs. Ernest McLin, re returned
turned returned home this afternoon. Friday
evening Miss Blake played the ac-
I companiments for Miss Ruby McLin

Otis Harlan, King of Am
erican Comedians, Writes
of the Personal Side of
Charles Hoy t, Play wright

By OTIS HARLAN.
In the spring of 1887, at the Neil
House. Columbus. Ohio. I first mei the
late Charles
Hoyt. It was be before
fore before I ever
thought of going
on the stage; 1
had been in Co Columbus
lumbus Columbus for the
wedding of a
school friend.
Jim Miller, an old
circus man. then
manager oi the
old Metropolitan
opera house. Co Columbus.
lumbus. Columbus. Intro
duced me to
Hoyt.
That evening
in the historic
old hotel I enter
tained Hoyt and
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some acquainances wjth some comic
"cut ups" for which I had a peculiar
talent. 1 lived then at Zanesville,
Ohio I was about to leave, for home
next day when Hoyt called. To make
a long story sliort. he put me in his
play "A Hole in the Ground." rie
was in Columbus rehearsing for the
opening.
I remember that Hoyt was taken 4
into the Elks lodge in Columbus the
night before we opened. Flora Walsh
was Hoyt's leading woman and he
married Floraon July 25, 18S7 She
was seventeen on .Jiily 24th and Hoyt
was twenty-seven on July 26 and they
selected the day between for the wed wedding
ding wedding day. Charlie Reed, an old min minstrel
strel minstrel man. Fannie Stevens and I were
at the wedding, which occurred at
Charleston, N. Y. : ;
"A Bunch of Keys," Hoyt's first sue
cess was suggested by Willie Edowin.
who in later years starred In "Flora-
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dora." Hoyt never got a cent of roy royalty
alty royalty for writing the play.
"A Parlor Match" was developed by
Hoyt from an old skit called "The
Book Agent" This skit belonged to
Evans & Hoey. The first real finan financial
cial financial success that Hoyt enjoyed was
his play "A Rag Baby." He had writ written
ten written a piece called "Cezelia," founded
on a mythical patent medicine. It
was never produced right and it be became
came became the theme for the last play Hoyt
ever wrote. "A Dog in a Manger.
In 1884 Hoyt wrote "A Case of
Wine," which was played in Texas by
Charles Bishop. "A Case of Wine'
later proved the foundation for Hoyt s
play "A Texas Steer," recently filmed
with great success by the Selig Poly Polyscope
scope Polyscope company.
.While we were playing "A Hole In
the Ground," opening September 14,
1887, in the Fourteenth Street theater.
New York city (my first appearance
in New York city as an acton. Hoyt
started writing "A Midnight Bell,"
which was first produced in Frisco by
L. R. StockwelL-ia his stock company.
Hoyt saw its possibilities and then
produced it in the East.
Charles Hoyt had a way of writingj
about his players personality and it
was while "A Hole in the Ground"'
was on the boards that he wrote "A
Brass Monkey" and put me In to do
the song "Razzle Dazzle The writer
of this song, Wm. Barton was so
pleased that he made me a present of
the song "The Wild Man of Borneo."
which we did In "A Brass Monkey. m
Hoyt always produced his pieces
for two weeks in the spring around
New England, then remained tor a
week in Jersey City, then closed tor
the summer, almost ready to produce
the piece without change in the fall
I Any alterations in the plot he would
make in the summer monms
Hoyt has an unusual memod ot de developing
veloping developing his plays He would begin
by telling his intimate friends about
in her reading of Peter Pan at the
Woman's Club and she further con contributed
tributed contributed to the success of the enter entertainment
tainment entertainment by rendering a group of
piano selections. MI Blake was
highly complimented on her playing.
Mr. akd Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and
Mrs. Charles Flippen returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Tampa, where they ac accompanied
companied accompanied Mr. Earl Pyburn in his
car Friday.

Ian idea and it nan irnpnr,,

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would enlarge it. Every time Hoyt
told his idea he had some new comedy
interest and he built up his plays by
telling it over and over again. He
would then sit down and write an en entire
tire entire show 4n two or three days for he
had all the construction in his mind.
I have seen Hoyt sit in our Pull Pullman
man Pullman sleeper, even in the day time,
with the window shade drawn down
over his head, looking out. but seeing
nothing but the funny ideas that were
tumbling out of his fertile brain He
was undoubtedly the most prolific and
most successful playwright that
American has ever known. He wrote
all of his manuscripts, in long hand,
later having them typewritten
Hoyt was a man difficult to ap approach.
proach. approach. His most intimate friends
never called him "Charlie." As a man
he was cold and reserved.. Frank Mc Mc-Keet
Keet Mc-Keet his partner, even called him "Mr.
Hoyt." He was also most economical
with the pay roll. For three years I
drew $25 weekly. He liked to split
the difference In salaries as for ex example:
ample: example: One actor demanded $40
weekly and got $35. another asked for
$35 and got $32.50. But outside busi business
ness business hours, in tho cafe or the dining
room, he corralled all checks. In
business he was close, in social life
unusually liberal.
Flora Walsh, loved by everyone,
died in Boston .while we were playing
"A Texas Steer." Hoyt's second wife,
Caroline Miskel Hoyt, died in New
York city, while we were playing A
Day and a Night."
Poor Charles Hoyt died at Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, N. H., in November, 1900. Gov Governor
ernor Governor Rollins of New Hampshire had
been petitioned to investigate his
case by the people who assert asserted
ed asserted that Hoyt was not insane, but
was being kept in charge for some
ulterior ourpobe. I had called upon
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Hoyt previously and knew that he was
not In hi3 right mind. I have seen
Mm shave himself, in his later years,
while wearing a hat and overcoat in
sultry weather. He was undoubtedly
losing -his mind for several years be
fore anyone appreciated the fact. He
had a horror of the fleur de lis. Did
be spy the device at any time or
place he would beat a hasty retreat.
He could be very sarcastic at times.
Hoyt had a great fund of stories aad
his humor was wonderful. Everything
seemed to strike his funny side. Even
the names of his characters wer
studies in true humor.
"A Trip to Chinatown" was Hoyt's
first failure. It failed to make any
money on Its preliminary presenta
tion. Hoyt took the show to New
York city, engaged the Madison
Square Garden, put in a good cast and
it went over and was the biggest hit
he ever had. Society had never seen
that class of stuff In those days.
There Is no case on record whers
Hoyt ever wrote a play for a star. Hs
didn't like to write for people he did
not know well. He started "A Black
Sheep" for William Hoey and wito
reluctance. Before the contracts were
signed there was a hitch .and Hoyt
tore up the contract. Then he sent
for me. He told. McKee in my pres
ence that he would rather writ? the
nlav around my personality. "4
Black Sheep" was a great success
"A Contented Woman" was written
for bis wife, it Is as up-to-date today
as it was years ago, for it deals with
suffragettes. You have perhaps no
ticed that all of the Hoyt's comedies
start with "A." It was just another
one of his peculiarities.
It is worthy of notice that one of
the Hoyt plays "A Black Sheep." In
which I achieved one of my biggest
bits as an actor, is to be released as
a Selig Ked rieal Play. Little aid t
believe when actinfe in this conifdr
that I would again appear in lb pro
duction ab a motion picture star
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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."
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MAGAZINES WANTED
Anyone having magazines about
the house which they can spare, will
please notify Mrs. E. A. Osborne,
chairman of the social service com committee
mittee committee of the Woman's Club, who will
see that they get into the hands of
people who cannot or do not take
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For plumbing ana electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
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Our prescriptions are all com
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your physician to leave them with us
or phone 14 and we will send for
hem. Bitting & Co., 410 N. Mag
nolia street. 19-tf
Buy your drugs from v Gerig's,
Ocala 's best drug store. tf
Three pages X-mas needle work in
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 23, 1915

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GOLDEN RULE CIRCLE

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1 28th, 1914, but lor several reasons it tierndon, Sunday morning.

was more convenient for them to use A large congregation was present,

PRESBYTERIANS INSTALLED

THEIR NEW PASTOR

The Golden Rule Circle of the

King's Daughters in .North Ocala The Ocala Presbyterians had -most

celebrated its first anniversary Oct. impressive, services at the installa

21st. The circle was organized Oct. tion of their new pastor, Rev. J. R.

K. of P. meet tonight.

Elks meet tomorrow evening.

Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

Pythias Sisters meet tomorrow aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon.

Mr. Morris Robinson has returned
from a successful business trip to the
East Coast.

The A. C. L. section gang is repair

ing the crossing at Oklawaha avenue.

Get the November Red Book today

-at The Book Shop. 23-3t ;

Mr. and Mrs. James A.. Morris Jr.

may each enjoy a free bottle of Coca-

Cola by calling -on Mr. II. A. Fausett

and exhibiting this clipping. It

Mr. Marcus Frank has gone to New

York city where he will buy his fall

and winter stock. Mr. Frank will on

ly be absent for ten days, and will

not buy a large stock but will select

some very choice goods.

Have, you read Michael OTIal

loran? The Book Shop has them in

stock. 23-3t

WEATHER REPORT

Harper Aiken, who has been for
some time on a visit to his uncle in

Plant City, is again with his Ocala
friends. r

Try one cf those frosted pints of
Putst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.

The county judge Saturday, issued
a wedding license to Mr. Joe Emmett
Averette and Miss Ethel Bailey of
Summerfield.

the regular monthly 'meeting day. and the sermon by the former pastor,
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, who organized the Rev. W. H. Dodge, was heard
the circle, was invited to be present, with deep attention. Mr. Dodge and

The following reports of tempera- with the secretary from the King's his Ocala friends were happy indeed

tare and rainfall are made to the Star J Daughters of Ocala, Mrs. W. W. in again meeting each other.

by the government observer, F. G. B. j Clyatt. j The charge of the pastor was de-

Weihe, every morning: 1 The devotional services were open- hvered by Rev. J. G. Anderson of

Ma. Min. Rain ed by prayer by the president, Mrs." Gainesville, and the charge to the

Oct. 24 .....80 60 .. C. L. Simmons, followed by singing, congregation by Kev. A. J. Knox of

Weather Forecast Each member responded to the lead- Dunnellon. The music was specially

Generally fair tonight and Tuesday. er's Questions and also all in unison, beautiful, including an anthem by the

USlrlg tne service Ui. iuc i nwii aim a suiu- uy DUWUS.

, -i it i "a I t. 4.1 l r M xl

K OF P SOCIAL TONIGHT jliaugnters prescnuea uy uie mieiua- -n.1, uic twiuusiUH ui tne services,

tional order. pir. werndon pronounced the benedic

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The TCnicrht nf Pvthias will hold ifie DUSiness meeting was caneu tu uuu, anu vuicmuy einerea on ms pas-

open house tonight, at Castle Hall, order. Minutes of the last meeting torate, which all his friends hope
at the usual hour of the lodge's meet- were read and approved, followed by will be a lengthy and prosperous one.

ing. There will be music, songs, and report of yearly woric ine circie n mm
.J.-v.- a kv, consists of fourteen members. Month- KING'S DAUGHTERS

iciicsiiinciii.a aiiu suwc uiigui uuiut
All Vnirht rnryimjinpH tn brine- ly dues are five cents. The report

their'wives with them, and the ladies was as follows: Earned $88, $40 of Clothing is needed for a family of
are cordially invited to force their which was given to assist in paying six motherless children. The two
husbands to come to the meeting. A off church debt; $15 sent to Jackson- youngest are girls, four and six; the

fin i i nmmkprl tn all who at- ville to the Children's Home, and iu poys are irom seven to niteen. snoes

tend. Do not Wet that the time is used to send patient to hospital; visit- and stockings, in fact, anything will

ing the sick, sending flowers nnaing De giaaiy receivea. we nave numer

all that they can find to do all in "his pus requests for men's pants and

name." shoes, winter clothing preferred. Any

Mrs. Bittinger and Mrs. Clyatt one having clothing' of any kind to

were asked to speak. Both expressed contribute, please sent to Mrs. W. W.

rru vaf uk;m .f w their pleasure in being able to be Clyatt, who now has the "box" m

una nA n n-nxnA oQfoa with them ana also their apprecia- charge, and the same will be proper-

within the past 'few years is one of Fon 01 tneir worn, wno in uieir 4uic,r. ujt.

the most important movements ever unobstrusive way are working lor

undertaken in this country, and has tne Denenc ana P1UI Ae".w" IIMHI A OOIPirn A flO

had wonderful results in the lives of not doinf g"at de. but UlMULHOOlMLU MUO

mnnv thmi5nnrl nf HH1 nnp? ing an example' uuti. eacn uxic ui iu
.many tnousands 01 attie ones. f w A "nttttti incT i?riTnsrn vnvt

, . miifht rci iro nnmp rn niir own neans -" t m. wwt m. vx

me tmrd Detter Daoies contest win s fiAT.T! FOR RENT An rtm.

i ii n i a i tit i i niin mirins i

Dd neia in ucaia at me woman si - v ... n n r rr a t vwno

UluD on JNovember lotn, lbtn ana :

mil. r of cake and cream were served and

iim, uuex e uuSpi,e8 ux A, . FOR RENT House now opr-iiTuVd bv

health committee, Mrs. Eugene Peek enjoyea. ? Watn

The examinations will be or tne neignoornood were no, xor- --j- '--"T" .r

10-22-6t

this evening at Castle Hall.

GETTING READY FOR

BETTER BABIES CONTEST

American, Popular Mechanics, Red
Book, Munsey, Metropolitan and
American Boy magazines in at The
Book Shop. 23-3t

A splendid bunch of grapefruit
from the Wetumpka grove is attract attracting
ing attracting the notice of all visitors to the
Munroe & Chambliss Bank.

Have your prescriptions filled at

Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala

employing air registered pharma
cists. tf

inaiL man, xiic cjiaiiiiiiabiuiia win uc i I ctroot -..f
. .. ... nff an act cVirtTun hrr fho CPTIPrOllS t Street CdbU

made by three state nealtn officers, e-"f m Rniwif

Dr. Crigler of Tampa, Dr. Taylor and Ptes ana trays se"1 out iing
ti. c e -n- and chattinsr and exchanemg ideas of

xurs. iviary opencer oi amesvine. 17; 7, I, xi! A TITO OM flRFDTT Tf vmi wicK

t -j.: it. iii tne worK. tne time soea pieasanuy -

unH the evennp shades aDDeared. P1 Ui;UiS.iw9l(:Uw,

thing educational for every mother.

il Tit l. 1 111- 1- 1 'A-

mere win oe a neann exnioic, some- 7- - 5J rh HstPr or 'fivA.i8Spnr-r Mr

for everv mother ana we reluctantly sam uoou-uye : -------- -- r- &
lor every motner. ,. .1. 1:4.4.1-. for less than half cash down. halanrA

While not able to have a state exhibit ana "oa speea to um -

. : .7. .7: I hn nf women of the Kind's Dauffh- on monthly payments, write to box

at mis contest, tne committee nas - . 1fi. n. 1 r.i

been promised it for a similar oc-Jiers

casion some time during the winter."

tf

Mothers wishing to enter their A FAVOR OF ATJTO OWNERS

FORD FOR SALE A Ford touring

car in good condition, CHEAP for

The entertainment committees of cash' Apply at Star office. 25-tf

cation cards furnished by Mrs. Eugene the various organizations of our cit? FOR SALE For a limited time I wil

babies in this contest must have them
enrolled before November 1st. Appli-

Peek, No.
Ocala, Fla.

506 Oklawaha" avenue,

OLD NEGRO KILLED

Mr. W. F. Hamilton, who has been
here trying to recover Mr. S. II.
Christian's drill from the well at the

water works, has given up the at

tempt and returned to Tampa.

Fresh seeds of all kinds at
Ol-ala Seed Store. 20-tf

th

in the "Lorelei Madonna,' a Vita,-

graph three-reel drama, the Temple
will have an excellent attraction this
evening. There will also be a Lubin
comedy, and one of those irresistible

Lubin cartoons.

On Saturday and Monday, 18

pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, foi

cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

Mrs. John W. French, of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, known to many Ocalans, was
re-elected custodian ,of the cross of
honor at the general convention of

the United Daughters of. the Confdd
eracy held last week in San Francis

CO.

Call phone 14 when 70U have pre prescription
scription prescription work. We guarantee care careful
ful careful and prompt attention to all pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions and use only the purest
drugs.' Bitting & Co., 410 N. Mag

nolia otreet. ,19-tf

There are already a number of fine

race horses at the fair grounds

among them "Miss Edna," a four-

year-old runner from South Carolina

bhe is the property of Mr. W. R.

Pedrick, who doesn't expect her to

take, anybody's dust.

F. A; Teague killed a ten-foot alli alligator
gator alligator not long since that had caught
a large hog, and since then one of his

fine mules has been badly hurt by an

alligator at Lady Lake. Lady Lake

notes in Leesburg Commercial.

Kodak books, all styles, The Book

Shop. 23-3t

Mr. Ed. Bennett, while fishing Sat

urday a few miles east of Ocala in one

of the celebrated lakes of that sec section,
tion, section, caught and landed three fine
linn-. I.!-. 1 t 1

ua uu ms many, nooKed minnow

at one cast. The feat, as far as we

know, has only been duplicated a few

times in this part of the state, once
by Judge Warner, though two fish at
a cast, has been accomplished quite
often. Mr. Bennett's catch weighed

over 6 pounds in the aggregate.
Considerable attention was drawn
Sunday to a party going thru town
in an auto with a trailer carrying a
boat hitched to the car. The party
consisted of Dr. E. H. Clarkson and
wife, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Marquis and
V W -mm-

xvir. and Mrs. Charles Penfield of

Jacksonville. They had been on an
enjoyable and successful fisMing trip
to Chessehowitzka, and were return returning
ing returning home.

Our sheet music stoclc Is np-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
8 2-tf .Lattner's Flano Store.

Write J. C. W., care

10-23-6t

who are combining to endeavor to n -.-Vm t wvv M Hmfc.

makethe Veterans' and Sons; Stay in 1 20c. lPer . dozen and home

our City a most pieasaau uue, axe made candy at 50c. per lb. Mrs. Q

planning to take the visiting Veterans Washburn phone 206.,10-23-6t
and Sons to Silver Springs Wednes- -r

An old negro, named George Camp- day afternoon. Every automobile WANTED Furnished rooms for light

bell, was killed on the borders of owner jn the city is very earnestly housekeeping.

Marshall swamp, ten or twelve miles requested to donate the use of his star office.

southeast "of here a little before day- machine that, afternoon and to volun-

light Saturday morning. teer to drive it. mis notice is oemg sixuATlON WAiNTliiD A young

Campbell's two sons, a crown man given out m time for the owenrs to refined, educated widow wants posi

and a boy. who were with him. said Plan to Sive tne use of their machines tion as housekeeper, companion

they all went possum hunting. They on that occasion, and it is hoped that nurse to children or clerk in a store
were in the swamp, and the old man. the request will meet with a hearty Best of references. Mrs. JShallcross

in their waffon. was on the border, response. V Brooksville, Fla. 21-6t

some two or three hundred yards

away, when they heard a shot. Going NOTICE FOR SALE Seven room house, bes

to their father, thev found hmv dead 1 location on Oklawaha avenue. Ad

He had been hit in the head by a We ask ah Daughters, Sons of Con- dress jox; 1U.J. iu-iy-bt

rifle bullet. V - I federate Veterans and interested

Sheriff Galloway went to the scene friends to decorate their homes with HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
of the killing, but found no reason to Confederate flags during the "three street; modern conveniences. Apply

make arrests. A coroner's inmiest I davs Of the reunion. to A. G, Gates. 10-9-tf

1

Decorating Committee.,

will be held today.

ivir. uanoway says it is ratner pe

cunar ior people to hunt possums

with a wagon, and perhaps some of

the dead man's neighbors thought he Twelve Dair of men's full dres

was after their hogs, and he was the pumps, sized 5 to 9, to close out at FOR RENT Large and comfortable

A SHOE BARGAIN

FOR SALE- At a bargain, runabou

j Maxwell cai Address "X," care the

Star. ; 10-12-tf

victim of their mistake or his uncon

ventional style of hunting.

$3.50. Former
Shoe Parlor.

price, $5.
23-6t

ARREST OF GERMAN AGENTS

Little's rooms with fireplace; nicely furnish

ed; conveniently located; all modern

conveniences ; rates reasonable. Apply

New York, Oct. 25

of Robert Fay, a lieutenant in the

German army, and Walter Scholz, his

brother-in-law, last night, police and
Federal secret service agents believe
they have detained leaders in a plot

to wreck American -munitions plants

and ships carrying munitions

C(i TT" i. O 3 i 4. C

? . .. rliM. or nt. Rfur nffipp. 9-7-f.f

iiiifr lit Liie ivuvcmucr uauica iiumc i

In the arrest journal. See them at The Book

Shop.

See them at
23-3t

ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS

FOR RENT Well located and nicely

furnished rooms, in residence next to

the Colonial; also for light house

keeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf

m. ; ;ii 1 t r 1

xuis oiuce win .m ciose prices fqr RENT A six-room and bath

uu sets ux uc.iur urange pacs completely furnished, well located

FORD FOR SALE

for the coming season. Write us for

samples and prices.

d&w tf The Ocala Star.

A Ford touring car in good condi

tion, CHEAP for cash. Apply at the

Star office. 25-tf

BILIOUSNESS & CONSTIPATION

residence, with every convenience; in

eluding garage, for rent for not less

than four months. Address "Furnish

ed Residence," care the Star. 13-tf

T.AtTE PPrtPPPTV UVIR

v.. ... .. ... 1 iUi-U4J f f XXili AW MA -

it is certainly surprising that any n.'TT. ,,.

;ii a xi,- 1,1- 1 1 ortLiL o uu oner uweuiuj; iiwuse a

Fort King camp, W. O. W., has ob- ings caused by biliousness and con- Stanton, with small barn. Also lo

tained a handsome illuminated sign, stipation, when relief is so easily had of land on which they are situated,

which has been put in place in front VV5 "ie expenese. Mrs. .Chas- in section twenty-one. Address E. M.

of the hall .in the third story of the year ago I used two bottles of Cham-

riogan building, and will be lit on the berlain's Tablets and they cured me

evenings when the camp is in session of biliousness and constipation." Ob-

or the decrree team is nrarfiVW tainaoie everywhere. Adv.

w x "- ''"t

Fresh seeds of all kinds at
0!ala Seed Store. 20-tf

the

The fire department should keep
well posted on the streets that are
blocked by" the sewerage operations

If it does not, the firemen are likeljJ

to lose a lot of time, and perhaps
have an accident, in going to a fire on
one of the barred streets.

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

For pine or oak wood call 3 M, four
rings. Quick delivery. 9-27-6t

; Only pure drugs and no substitu substitution
tion substitution in our prescription department.
Phone 14. Bitting & Co., 410 North

Magnolia street. 19-tf

OKLAWAHA VALLEY

RAILROAD SCHEDULE

No. 71 Leave Palatka, 7:30 a. m

arrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.

No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1)5 p. m.:

J arrive Palatka, 5:25 p. m.

GENERAL REPAIR
WORK
FURNITNRE and
GENERAL REPAIRS
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES

ROBERT EBNER
Care Square Deal Garage
YONGE'S BLOCK, OCALA

WOOD

PHONE 503
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
J. L. SMOAK
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.

Brooks, trustee, 345 Trement build

ing, Boston, Mass. 10-20-6t

AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE One
ton truck, powerful and in first class
condition; cheap for cash. Apply at
Florida House or at Star office. 9-tf
LAND TO RENT A ten acre tract
two miles out, fronting on Silver
Springs boulevard; fenced. Will be
rented on phares. Apply to R. R.
Carroll, Star office. 9-30-tf
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

FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Call at No. 1, South Fifth street. Mrs
Mary Gillen. 10-12

BANKRUPT SALE

At 10:30 a, m. on Tuesday, the
26th day of October, A. D. 1915, 1 will
offer for sale at Dunnellon, Fla, the
entire stock of general merchandise

and store fixtures of D. G. Watkins in

bankruptcy. On the same date I will
also offer for sale the stock of paints
of the above named bankrupt.
The above stocks to be sold for cash
to the highest and best bidder. The

trustee reserving the right to reject
any or all bids as he may see fit.

.w. S. S. Savage Jr.,
4 A 1 Ch m. M. T 1 A.

tar

G

oocls

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'muzii ir mm

our wocer mm

8 aSifHt; HOIil!

7 n H

and help reduce your table expanse, while the use of
products bought through the aid of lotteries, prem premiums,
iums, premiums, coupons, and other fake methods, as are em employed
ployed employed by the soap clubs and roving peddlers, cau
only bring disappointment,
For Example: One penny's worth of Baking pow powder
der powder effects the result of fifty cents worth of -Vkz Sug,
Butter, Eggs, Extracts, Etc Therefore you should use

- A T? T? -V m iT?

J

fAe Baking Powder that you can depend upon

Calumet is a high grade powder, sold at a
BYTHTr;-y moderate price your money back if not

the best powder you have ever used.
Sold By Hundreds of Thousands of Dealers
Order Now From Your Grocer
Used in Millions of Homes
One trial will convince you of its wholesomeness andeconoiay

Calumet received Highest Award World's Pure Food Ex
position, Chicago; Paris Exposition, France, March, 1912.
All Grocers Recommend and Guarantee

CALUMET

HOT MAI

BAKING

POWDER

ZYou don't save money when you buy cheap or big-can baking powder. Don't be misled. Buy Calumet. V
It' more economical more wholesome givet bett reult. Calumet far superior to four tni!' and oda. V

J

ewin

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actiine

il

at ydiir own; price

Ni iL.)c..I

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Machines
for Rent
To do your Fall
Sewing. Rent
a Machine at
my very low
rate.

These Machine

while second-hand,

are all in good run running
ning running order, and I
fully guarantee them
in every way.
Not a home within
50 miles of Ocala
can afford to be
without a machine
at these prices.

Machines Delivered Free Anywhere

y .-K n ii Ji

i

HAVE just added a handsome new line
of FURNITURE, which you are cor

dially invited to inspect, on the second floor
of the store. The line consists of beds,
mattresses, tables, rockers, dining chairs,
dining and center tables, chiffoniers, dress dressers,
ers, dressers, buffets, stoves, rugs, art squares, etc.

Y reputation for saving my customers money holds

good in this line, where I will give you more for

your money than you can get elsewhere.

1VJ1

lo

IbllLBviti

Tip Em Voil
i lEiii it lull I uy
m I ruse

"Why Pay More9'

f r

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