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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL.21. OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER, 26 1915 NO. 251
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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BtSPER ATE ATTEMPTS Of BRI1IS, FREHCHH. RUSSIANS AMD ITALIANS TO CREATE A

DIVERSION

(Associated Press)

London, Oct. 26. The-race for the
road to Constantinople has reached'
an exciting stage. The Bulgarians
are within a few miles of a junction
with the Austro-Germans. A small

French force has joined the Serbians.
The French are not yet in sufficient
force to assume an actual offensive in
Macedonia.
MAY HOLD THE MOUNTAINS
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. Rapidly the Bulgarian advance in
that region has diminished. Along the
old Bulgaria frontier from northeast
of Vranya to the Rumanian border,
the Serbians are yielding but little
ground. The actual junction of Bul Bulgarians
garians Bulgarians and Germans will soon show
whether the Serbians are able toehold
the- mountain positions until the
Allies bring up strong forces. j
ITALIANS HAMMERING AWAY
" AT THE AUSTRIAN'S i
Italy js still hammering at the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian front which, while shaken, still
is unbroken. It is expected in London
that the Italian offensive will prevent
the Austrians reinforcing the Ball-an
army. The Russians, by a stubborn
defense at Riga and Dvinsk and con continued
tinued continued offensive in Galicia, are keep keeping
ing keeping their opponents engaged busily
along the whole eastern front.
In the west there is evidence that
the Allies are diverting the German
forces there.
SENDING HELP TO SERBIA
Paris, Oct. 26. Russia has com completed
pleted completed preparations for the dispatch
of strong forces to help Serbia where
most needed, says the Petit Parisien.

AUSTRIAN CITY BOMBARDED
FROM THE AIR
Vienna, Oct. 26. An official state statement
ment statement says that the enemy's airmen
dropped bombs on Trieste Monday,
killing two and wounding twelve.
CLAIMS THE WHOLE CHEESE
Berlin, Oct. 26. An official state statement
ment statement reports German advances on all
fronts and says the emperor's troops
have retaken positions captured by
the French over a 250-metre front in
the Champagne yesterday.
COUNTER ATTACKS CHECKED
Paris, Oct. 26. Fighting continues
in the Champagne district and at La
Courtiere with limited, fluctuations,
the war office announces. German
counter attacks have been checked.

AUSTRO-HOIIGARI
FOLLOWS AMERICA

FIRST OF EUROPEAN NATIONS
. TO RECOGNIZE CARRANZA

IFUIOtlS 111 TROUBLE

EVIDENCE THAT THEY WERE IN

AN EXTENSIVE PLOT TO
MAKE TROUBLE IN
AMERICA

fAssoclated Press)
Torrcon, Mexico, Oct. 26. A mes message
sage message from the Austrian charge d'af d'af-fairs
fairs d'af-fairs at Mexico; City, today brought
notification that Aystro-Hungary had
recognized the Carranza government.
Austria is' the first European nation
to make tfris recognition.

VILLA TOOK AMERICAN
PANY'S PROPERTY

COM-

El Paso, Oct. 26. C. L. Baker, the
legal representative of the American
Smelting and Refining Company, has
announced the confiscation of the
company's plant at "Chihuahua by
Villa, who is in control of the state
government of Chihuahua.

(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 26. Robert Fay, a

German army lieutenant, Walter L.

Scholz and Paul Daeche, who were

arraigned in the Weehawken, N. J.,
police court, on charges in connection
with an alleged plot to blow up steam

ships sailing from New York with
munitions for the Allies, were dis

charged. They were immediately re

arrested, however, by federal agents
on conspiracy charges" sworn to by

Chief Flinn, of the secret service. The

first two were brought here. Daeche

demanded a hearing by. the nearest
commissioner. He is charged with
Dr. Herman Kionzle and Max Brie Brie-tung
tung Brie-tung with conspiring to commit an
offense against the United. States.

Brietung has not been captured.

EHTERTAINING THE VETERANS

WENT THE TEUTONS WAY

Austro-Germans Won't Admit Even
One Little Victory for
the Allies
Vienna, Oct. 26. Yesterday, offi official
cial official statement claims successes
against the Servians, Russians and
Italians along all fronts. The Ital Italians
ians Italians are said to have been repulsed
with heavy losses. Sixteen hundred
Russian prisoners have been taken
since yesterday in the operations in
Galicia, The Serbs have been put to
flight wherever they made a stand.
BULGARIAN PORT

FIERCELY BOMBARDED

Athens, Oct. 26. A great fire
started in Dede Agatch by shells

from the bombarding fleet of the Al

lies and is still raging, after having

destroyed a large part of this fine
Bulgarian port. More than three

hundred Bulgarian troops lost their

lives in a barracks building which

was completely wiped out of ex

istence by the first five shells from

the warships.

Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala

employing all registered pharma

cists, tf

PROGRAM FOR THE CONFED CONFEDERATE
ERATE CONFEDERATE REUNION IN OCALA
Following is the program for the
three days exercises during the state
reunion in this city:

.; 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

dent 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-

eral Law.

Response for the Sons by C. Seton

Fleming.

Address of welcome to the Daugh

ters by Mrs. D. E. Mclver.

Response by Gen. John A. Ros

borough.

Music by' the U. D. C.

Veterans' meeting at the Temple to

Organize.

Sons meeting at the court house to

organize.

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.
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. m. Grand ball. Ye old tittle
fiddlers. Quadrille, Virginia reel, etc.,
under the auspices of Dickison Chap Chapter,
ter, Chapter, U. D. O, at the Woman's Club
building in honor of all veterans.
Finale, dancing with Sons. Good Goodnight.
night. Goodnight. 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.

IRVINE SCHOOL REPORT
The following named pupils were

not absent during the month begin

ning Sept.-. 27th and ending Oct. 22:

Rosalie Collins, Inez ; Collins, Paul

ine Collins, Kubye .Edwards, Leola
Sapp, Alberta Sapp, Roscoe Collins,
Cecil Sherouse, Theodore Collins,
Alfred Sapp, Leeroy Sapp, Morris
Bird.

Annie Mae Hawkins, Teacher.

(Associated Press)

Pittsburg, Oct. 26. Sweeping in investigations
vestigations investigations of the box factory fire
yesterday in which twelve girls and
one man lost their lives are under
way. The mayor in a statement said
that all circumstances will be inves investigated.
tigated. investigated. The county fire marshal
said that he condemned the structure
last June as unfit for the use it was
put to. A fireman who inspected the
building some time ago said he report reported
ed reported that the exits were inadequate.
Officials complained that the laws
were insufficient, handicapping them.
FOUR OFFICERS WILL BE AR ARRESTED
RESTED ARRESTED The coroner issued warrants chart charting
ing charting negligence against four officers
of the Union Paper Box Company.

LEI (HON

THIS Al READY TO QUIT PROVIDED THEY CAE) MAKE

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OFF LIGHT

JOHN L FONDA

Mr. Chas. E. Harris received today
the sad news that his uncle, Mr. John
L. Fonda, passed away at his home
near Madison last night.
Mr. Fonda was a native of Louis Louisiana,
iana, Louisiana, but had been in Florida about
twelve years. He was in business as
a cotton buyer, and had made a high
place for himself in the esteem of the
people of Madison. ;

E. S. CRILL

Palatka, Oct. 25. HonTE. S. Crill,
aged seventy-two years',' former state
treasurer and member of the legisla legislature
ture legislature from Putnam county and known
the state over, died at his home here
Sunday morning The funeral was
held yesterday afternoon, with Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic ceremonies, i He is'survived by
his widow,) : three : daughters' and other
near relatives.

LOST, TWO FIVE DOLLAR BILLS

Lost, late Monday afternoon on. the

street, two five dollar bills. If jinder
will leave at the Star office the owner
will be very grateful. 26-3t

Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies toy express

twice a week at Gerig's. tf

NOTICE TO WOODMEN

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

Eight pictures suitable for fram framing
ing framing in the November Ladies' Home
Journal. ; See them at The Book
Shop. 23-3t

SERVES TWENTY-NINE DAYS
FOR KILLING HIS SPOUSE

(Associated Press)
Como, Italy, Oct. 26 Porter Charl

ton, who killed his wife in their villa
on Lake Como on June 9th, 1910,
was condemned to six years and eight

months imprisonment.
Charlton, who fled to America .and
confessed, said he hit his wife with a

mallet while she was abusing him,
put her body in a trunk an dthrew it

into Lake Como. Charlton was held
a prisoner in Jersey City for three
years before being extradited. Am American
erican American alienists declared him insane.
The jury here held that Charlton
was only partially responsible. He
will serve only 29 days because of
Italy's war amnesty.

L AFFAIR

EAR ALACHUA

Crazy Negro Killed After a Murder Murderous
ous Murderous Attack on His Employer
and His Child

-.. The Coast Line railroad men bring

news of a 'dreadful affair that hap

pened near Alachua Sunday night.

Steve Doby, a negro on the place
of Mr. J. L. Shaw, a farmer living

near Alachua, tried to kill his em

ployerand his family. He slightly
wounded Mr. Shaw, fatally wounded

the baby, a little girl, and shot at

Mrs. Shaw. A diversion was .caused
by the family dog, enabling Mr. Shaw

to arm himself and kill the negro.

Mr. Shaw says Doby was one of his
best workmen, and he must have

gone crazy.

For pine or oak wood call 3 M, four

rings. Quick delivery. 9-27-6t

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

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Assemble at the Ocala House ready to take
all veterans to Silver Springs for the trip down
Silver river.
Let every citizen in and around Ocala re re-spond
spond re-spond and have his machine in .line, pennants
flying.
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Soon Will Make Offers Thru

America and Spain

(Associated Press)

London, Oct. 26. A Reuter Ma

drid dispatch brings the report that

rince von Buelow, former German

chancellor, will soon submit to Presi

dent Wilson and the king of Spain

an outline of the conditions on which
Germany might be disposed to discuss
terms of. peace. The dispatch gives
as authority for the statement Prince

Camporealo, an Italian nobleman and
brother-in-law of Prince von Buelow.

BAND REHEARSAL
The band will rehearse tonight at

Dr. McClane's office. All -members of

the band are requested to be on hand

promptly at 7:30 p. m.

CHAr.lPIONSHIP
OF THE VQQLD

MARGARET BOWEN, NEW YORK
TYPEWRITER, WROTE 136
WORDS A MINUTE

ELOQUENT ADDRESS

On Prohibition at Zanesville, Ohio, by

Major Dan Morgan Smith

. (Aj3iciate2 Press)
New York, Oct. 26. Margaret

Bowen, of New York, winning the

world's championship typewriter con

test, set a new world's record of 133

words a minute. Miss Bowen held tho

ormer world's record of 132 words a

minute.

(Zanesville Times-Recorder)
One of the ablest temperance ad

dresses heard in this city in recent
years was delivered at Memorial hall

Thursday evening by Major Dan Mor

gan Smith, of Chicago, former counsel
for the Model License Liquor league.

Major Smith appeared here under

the auspicies of the Muskingum coun

ty dry campaign committee. Attor Attorney
ney Attorney H. C. Shepherd presided at the

meeting knd music iwas furnished by

the McFarland Ladies' quartet. The
hall was well filled and the speak

er's remarks were closely followed.

He proved himself a thorough mas master
ter master of his subject and presented some
now ideas in the way of argument.

Appended are extracts from the ad

dress:

High Spots in Address

"The price of a. drink ranges from

a dimo to damnation tne purcnaser

pays the dime when he gets the drink
and the damnation when the drink

gets, him."

"Drink is always sold on the install

ment plan, and most of the install

ments are paid by those who didn't

get the drink."

"No greater fallacy was ever ut

tered than, If you let drink alone,

drink will let you alone.'

"A mother of a drunkard may nev

er have taken a drink, but drink has

caused her untold sorrow and suffer

ing. The wife of a drunkard may

never have tasted liquor, yet liquor

has caused her sleepless nights, blind

ing tears, aching heart and a loveless

home it has caused her to refuse to

'obey.'"

"From the body of the moderate

drinkers is recruited the army of the
drunkard, the army of lunatics, the

army of unemployed,, because unfit;

the army of wife-beaters, the army

of children deserted, the army of
home wreckers, the army of worth

less and the army of criminals."

"The price of a drink ranges from

10 cents to unpaid rent bills, unpaid

grocery bills, unpaid doctor bills,

foreclosed mortgages, protested notes,

lost positions, hungry children, brok

en-hearted wives, corrupt government

and souls that are damned."

"The saloon has been tolerated in

this country, not because it was a

working man's club, not because of
the taxes they pay, not because the
public demands they be licensed, not
because they fill a needed want, but
because some church members pray

for their state to go dry while they
vote for legislators whom they know
will keep it wet. Because, some good
people can't remember to register
and vote on election day. The man
who nravs dry and votes wet is

guilty of insincerity or imbecility imbecility-he
he imbecility-he cail take his choice."

"The man who talks for prohibition,

prays for prohibition, sings for pro prohibition,
hibition, prohibition, or does anything else for

prohibition, but who forgets to reg

ister or vote, ought to have his head

examined."

For plumbing ana electrical work

see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf

HEADFUL LIST OF

A

FIVE MILLION KILLED, WOUND

ED AND MISSING SINCE
' COMMENCEMENT OF
THE FIGHTING -i-.

(Associated Press)

London, Oct. 26. Reuter's Am

sterdam correspondent quotes the
Nieuwe Rotterdamche Courant which
says that the German loses from
October 11th to 25th, were seven
thousand four hundred and twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four killed, wounded and missing.
The total of Prussian losses to date
H 2,021,078. The total losses of the
central powers is placed at five mill

ions of men killed, wounded and miss

ing.

HAMP IS ON THE JOB

Fire Chief Chambers informs the

Star, in reply to its remark yesterday
on the necessity of looking out for
blockaded streets, that he had al

ready done that very thing, he and

Alderman Nash carefully going over
the ground Monday. Hamp is always

on the job.

NEW RESIDENTS FOR OCALA

Mr. Littledale of Hawthorne, a sub

stantial resident of that place for
many years, has become a citizen of
Ocala and will move his family here

next week. Mr. Littledale has leased

Mr. E. W. Davis' residence in the first
ward, which is being placed in readi readiness
ness readiness for his use.

ITALIANS HAVE LAUNCHED

A FIERCE OFFENSIVE

Rome, Oct. 26. The Italian army

ha 3 shattered the first line of Aus Austrian
trian Austrian trenches along nearly every sec

tion of the great battlef ront and is
now attacking the second line which
has been pierced in many places.

King Victor has issued a special proc

lamation congratulating the army on
the heroic achievement. Rome is wild

with joy and there is great enthus enthusiasm
iasm enthusiasm over the victory.

Magnolia meat market, phone 167,
North Magnolia street, opposite Flor Florida
ida Florida House, fresh oysters, fish and
meats. - 26-tf

HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
DEPEND UPON YOUR LIVER

That sluggish liver with its slug sluggish
gish sluggish flow of bils is what make3 the
world look so dark at times. Dr.
King's New Life Pills go straight to
the root of the difficulty by waking up
the action of the liver and increasing
bile. Dr. King's New Life Pills cause
the bowels to act more freely and
drive away those "moody days. 2oc.
a bottle. fr0 x



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OCALA EVENING STAB TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

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

Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
PHONE 51

SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance ....... $5.00
Six months, in advance 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance....... J50
"Safety first" is a good motto for
a railroad, but "Honor first" is what
a nation should believe in.
Since the Times-Union ha3 definite definitely
ly definitely sat down on every plan proposed
for national defense, will it kindly
give us one of its own.
' With hen fruit at fifty cents per
dozen, what boarding house is it serv serving
ing serving soft boiled eggs ? Tampa Tri Tribune.
bune. Tribune. They all do it in Ocala. Come up
and feed your face.
William J. Bryan has been formally
invited by the Navy League to inspect
its books and determine for himself
whether there is any truth in the
charge said to have been made by his
newspaper, the Commoner, that the
league is being supported by the
"Armor Plate Trust."
Some of the men who are yelling
loudest for religious liberty would
have been giving the Turks the same
thing the Turks are giving the Ar
menians had they lived a few centur
ies ago. Isn't it the truth? Tampa
Times.
You needn't go back any centuries.
They would give it to them now if
they could.
In a speech in Ocala some fifteen
years ago, Mr. Bryan denounced the
policy of Great Britain toward the
Boers, and plainly intimated that it
was the duty of the United States to
interfere, which of course would have
meant war. Great contrast between
that and his policy toward Germany
when that country overran Belgium.
We wonder if those "American"
'papers that are upbraiding Germany
for killing a woman ever heard of a
certain Mrs. Surratt? Columbia
State.
Mrs. Surratt was accused of being
an accomplice in the murder of a
president of the United States. She
was tried, and found guilty of a cap
ital crime. There is no parallel be
tween the two cases.
Senator J. S. Blitch of Levy county,
says he will be a candidate for com
missioner of agriculture. We gave
Senator Blitch credit for possessing
more political sagacity. He will be
the worst defeated man who ever
aspirea to a state office in Florida.
Jasper News.
In the course of many years read reading
ing reading that paper, we have noticed that
the News political predictions gen generally
erally generally come to pass.
While Roosevelt was president, he
tried to have the hypocritical motto,
"In God we Trust," taken off United
"States coins, but was balked by the
outcry of those who support goodness
in word rather than deed. Now," Mr.
Roosevelt is reported to have suggest suggested
ed suggested another motto, which in the light
of the events of the last fourteen
months is much more appropriate,
and, in the mind3 of genuine Ameri Americans,
cans, Americans, much more sincere. It consists
of the five words, "To Hell with the
Hyphen."
The Ocala Star observes that the
"kid", editor of. the Tarpon Springs
Leader "speaks with much conviction
and some reason." Give-him time, and
doubtless he will learn to speak with
much reason and some conviction.
St. Petersburg Times. ;
Our conviction is that we do not
grasp the reason in the foregoing
paragraph yet. Doubtless time is
requisite. Tarpon Springs Leader.
Don't worry, son. You are doing
very well. When Straub and us were
your age, we also 'spoke with more
conviction than reason, and were
right about as often as we are now.
Congressman Gardner of Massa Massachusetts
chusetts Massachusetts makes the following center center-shot
shot center-shot remarks in a letter to the chair chairman
man chairman of the House committee on naval
affairs:
"You are familiar with the fact
that for years the building program
of the general board of the navy has
contemplated a navy strong enough
to make us safe against any nation
except Great Britain. In the present
war my sympathies and, as I believe,
those of the country are entirely with
the Allies; yet, after speaking re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly in many different states, I
am 'convinced that our people desire
to have the United States made safe
against any nation on. earth, includ including
ing including Great Britain. It is my deliberate
judgment that Americans by an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming majority do not wish the
safety of the United States to be de dependent
pendent dependent on the friendliness of any
nation whatever."
.' The Florida Citrus Exchange is the.
key to the future development of
Florida. Whatever the state may do
in the way of diversified farming and
live stock raising, whatever success

(Foreign)

One year, in advance. ... ....$8.00
Six months, in advance....... 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance....... .80
may come to her people in the culti cultivation
vation cultivation of vegetables and small fruits,
the fact remains that through citrus
fruits Florida has been most widely
exploited and that for all time her
oranges and grapefruit will be the
great money crops of the state. Upon
the degree to which the growers of
these fruits are able to market them
at profitable prices depends largely,
therefore, the prosperity of every en enterprise
terprise enterprise and further industry of Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. The Florida Citrus Exchange
offers a business-like solution of the
marketing, problems of the growers
so boost the exchange in season and
out of season.
FRIEND OF FLORID V
Owing probably to the close per personal
sonal personal acquaintance of its editor with
this state, that great trade journal,
the Manufacturers' Record, has be become
come become a special friend of Florida.
Every issue of the magazine, which is
a steady but conservative booster for
alL worthy development, contains
more or less interesting information
about the state, which is a policy
that does us a lot of good. Knowing
its high reputation, people who are
inclined to be suspicious of "boost "boosting"
ing" "boosting" in many other publications, al always
ways always pay attention to what they see
in the Manufacturers' Record.
In the issue of Oct. 21, we find a
page and a half devoted to an article
entitled "Peninsular and Sub-Peninsular
Air and Climates, with Special
Reference to Florida."
It is made up of extracts from a
paper read by Dr. Van Bibber, a not noted
ed noted physician, before the American
Medical Association in 1885. Even
thirty, years ago, the advantages of
our state were so apparent that this
article, in the light of subsequent
events, reads today like prophecy. In
another place is two-thirds of a page
I on the harbor development of Miami,
and finally a letter by Wm. T. Kuhri
of Houston, Tex., on Florida climate,
which is as follows:
"The two articles dealing with cli
matical and other advantages of
Florida, which appear in the Manu
facturers' Record of October 7,' have
been of considerable interest to me
and no doubt to hundreds of other
natives of that state, and I take the
liberty of affirming that what is stat
ed therein is the truth, for as a native
of the state I know something about
its climate and commercial advan
tages. I have been in California as
well as other western 'states, and I
know that the climate of Florida is
more congenial than that of Call
f ornia. The summer of Southern
California is one of extreme heat dur
ing the day; in fact, there are few
hotter places in the United States
than are to be found in Southern Cal
ifornia. I have been from coast to
coast, on the plains and into the
mountains, and I have yet to find any
section of the country where the cli
mate, winter and summer, is as
equable as that of Florida. In Cali California
fornia California and also in other parts of the
Pacific coast country the winters are
made very disagreeable by excessive
rains, "while in Florida, the winter is
generally fairly dry, the rains com coming
ing coming in the spring and summer, when
they are most needed for the crops.
Florida" has none of the dry, arid
country found in the west, and there therefore
fore therefore there are no expensive irriga irrigation
tion irrigation systems to construct and main maintain.
tain. maintain. On the other hand, there are
thousands of acres of partly inundat inundated
ed inundated lands which by drainage can be
made the most productive lands in
the country, even more so than the
irrigated lands of the western states.
But there are hundreds of thousands
of acres which do not need drainage
or irrigation and only await the
scientific methods of cultivation which
are so essential to success. There is
plenty of room in Florida for develop development,
ment, development, both agriculturally and com commercially,
mercially, commercially, and will be for some time
to come.' There is no state where
potatoes, corn, vegetables, sugar cane,
tobacco, citrus fruits, nuts and scores
of other products can be more suc successfully,
cessfully, successfully, cultivated than in Florida,
and Florida products bring top-notch
prices in the eastern markets, and
furthermore, are many hundreds of
miles nearer to those markets than
California -and other Pacific states.
Florida is no longer a backward state,
but is rapidly coming-to the front.
Roads are being improved, waterways
developed and improved, factories be being
ing being built, and, in fact, everything is
being done that goes toward the bet betterment
terment betterment of the conditions of her citi citizens
zens citizens in business, social and moral ac activities."
tivities." activities." Charles E. Kiplinger
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC
Rooms 20 and 21 Holder Block
Consultation free. Office hours: 9
to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 5 p. m. Evenings
by appointment.
OCALA, FLORIDA.

CASE OF MISS CAVELL

Dr. A. F. Zimmerman, German un
der secretary for foreign affairs, has
issued a statement explaining the ex execution
ecution execution in Brussels of the English
nurse, Miss Edith Cavell. He prefac
ed his remarks with the statement
that he had examined every detail of
the case with great care, and that the
verdict, "though regrettable, was
just."
It will be a sad day for America if
its people ever accept the principle
that it is right to kill a woman for
helping her countrymen to escape
from prison in time of war. Killing
Miss Cavell is not as large a crime
as sinking the Lusitania, but is fully
as black in proportion.
A special dispatch to the New York
Herald sayi:
"Miss Cavell was to have been shot
by a firing party in a garden sur
rounded by a high wall. She was led
in blindfolded from a house near by
and walked bravely to meet her fate.
Thirty yards from the rifle party,
however, her strength gave out and
she tottered and fell to the ground
The officer in charge of the firing
party walked up to her as she lay
motionless, and, drawing his revolver,
took aim from his knee and shot the
woman through the head. The shoot
ing shocked the whole Brussels com
munity, who speak of it as the blood
iest act of the whole war."
During our civil war, women on
both sides often aided their friends
and relatives to escape capture or im
prisonment. A number of women also
acted as spies, but during all the four
years contest no woman was execut executed
ed executed either north or south for such
acts. No American ever thought of
doing such a thing.
No such act has been laid to even
the British during ur Revolutionary
war. It seems to be the accepted
principle of both British and Ameri Americans
cans Americans that if a woman of the enemy's
nation can do such things, she is
more entitled to praise for her smart smartness
ness smartness tham punishment.
To their everlasting honor, it has
been often confidently said by their
enemies, of the soldiers of America,
of Britain and France, "They won't
harm a woman."
To their everlasting shame, no one
today could safely give such a pledge
for the soldiers and sailors of Ger Germany.
many. Germany. ,
FLORIDA WOMEN SHOULD
TAKE THIS ADVICE.
m Ft. Myers, Fla.: "I have in my posses possesion
ion possesion an old edition of Dr. Pierce's Common
Sense Mt-dical Adviser,
1883, and feel that it
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est greatest use t o me in rearing
my family.
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a hundred pounds. I continued taking
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REPORT

OF
THE
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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 failed
ed failed 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 care of one or
more of these grand old men either in
their homes or by sending them Ja
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
erans 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,
2; 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, .!; 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 Blitch, 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; 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.
Those who will furnish rooms are
as follows: Mrs. P. W. Whitesides, 4;
Mrs. W. A. Goin, 1; Mrs. S. A. Stand Stand-ley
ley 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.
Jeff coat, 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. 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 $3; 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.
Respectfnlly submitted,
J. D. Rooney,
Mrs. E. L. Carney,
Mrs. C. Carmichael,
Committee.
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It has never failed to give me prompt
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give this remedy a trial and see for
yourself what a splendid medicine it
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COHTE

Bits of Byplay

By Luke McLuke
Copyright, 1915, the Cincinnati
Cnquirer
Cher Up!
Don't let old hard luck make you gTay,
Keep hustling and don't stop;
The world turna over once a day
And you'll soon be on top.
. Huh!
"Is Jones married or single?" asked
Smith.
"He must be single, replied Brown.
I heard him remark the other day
that he didn't know the meaning of
the word fear.
No Joke.
We call them "better halves. that's true.
And yet the term seems funny; ;
Tour tetter half Is lucky to
Get one-fourth of your money.
Crazy.
"The old fogy has some crazy ideas,'
remarked the grouch.
"What is the latest?" asked the wise
guy.
"He claims that we should praise a
man while he is alive and abuse him
after he is dead." replied the grouch.
The Hypocrite.
He practiced playing on a harp,
While from the poor he stole;
But old St. Peter was too sharp, -And
now he's shoveling coaL
Paw Knows Everything.
Willie Paw. what Is a fair minded
man? v
Paw A man who votes the same
ticket as you and who agrees with you
in everything else, my son.
Oh, Very Weill
The baker has all kinds of dough.
Most every one concedes It;
But, Btrange to 6ay, we also know
The baker always kneads lt
W. J. Barrett, Jr.
. Tough!
Dear Luke I -stopped at the Lletel
Warner in Plymouth, O last Sunday
and met A. Sourwine, the proprietor,
but all he had to drink was water.
Grant Correll. Columbus, O.
Fact.
,Do not be selfish. Always lend
A helping band, my brothers;
The man who Is his own best friend
Is bound to have few others.
' We Pass!
Dear Luke If one Is a doughnut why
Isn't the other a coughcoughnut? Vick.
Sealing the Compact.
George Metz and Frank Holstein
have dissolved partnership in the grain
business owing to a slight misunder misunderstanding.
standing. misunderstanding. The dissolution compact waa
sealed Tuesday night by Metz pushing
Holstein through one of the plate win windows
dows windows of the meat market. Waukomis
(Okla.) Hornet ?
Names Is Names.
Lake Erie Holliday is an attorney at
Dresden, Tenn.
Things to Worry About.
Miss Helen Alice Burling, has re received
ceived received the degree of master of science
for her essay on microbiology of sauer
kraut
Our Daily Special.
- The other fellow's success Is always
due to bull luck.
Luke McLuke Says:
The average man measures his happl
ness by the size of his bank roll.
What has become of the old fash
loned.. open in the back, white shirt
with a little flap at the bottom of th
stiff bosom bearing the initials of tht
owner?
Education is great stuff. But many
a man who writes dollars "dolers"
when he makes out a check has a fat
bank account
The lad who spends his life throwing
bouquets at himself gets mighty lew
flowers when he dies.
It often happens that a man of thirty-two
has a twin sister who ia only
twenty-four.
If some lads would expend as much
energy at working as they do at loafing
they would have fortunes.
Never laugh when you hear the wom woman
an woman next door giving her husband Hail
Columbia. You never can tell when
your own ootsy wootsy is going to
start in on you-V
A girl can't find a hat big enough to
suit her. But It is different with her
shoes. V
Why It is that the smallest and dirti dirtiest
est dirtiest hotels in the one horse towns are
always named the "Palace" or the
"Grand?" -'
We are all unfair when It comes to
giving credit The liniment is boosted
when the rubbing brings relief, and
the pen wouldn't be so blame mighty 11
Ink had never been discovered.
Father doesn't mind paying $2 pe
week for beer because that is a neces necessity.
sity. necessity. But he hollers over paying (3
per month for gas because they could
get along without it
;A man has no trouble In developing
enough will power to quit going to
church. But the will power isn't in
working order when he tries to quit
troing to burlesque shows.
Some women go out and work for a
living and some stay home and work a
husband for a living.
The pntrint who does the most flag
waving ni l the most fighting with hla
mouth lwfore the trouble starts is usu usually
ally usually the firi one to crawl under the
bed f ter r ho trouble begins.
JOHN THOMPSON
CARPENTER
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roofs repaired or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. AH work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 457
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
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Charming Events

Today
Enlivening the social calendar

oday in spite of the inclemency of

the weather, were the several cycle
teas given this afternoon by the la ladies
dies ladies who were guests recently of Mrs.

William Hocker, who inaugurated in
Ocala the scheme perfected by the
Children's Home Society of Florida
in Jacksonville to raise funds in an

enjoyable and easy manner for its

institution.

The ladies who were guests at the

series of informal affairs today were

charmingly entertained by

hostesses, the diversions for their
pleasure being most delightful. Each
hostess invited seven. of her friends

to come and bring a dime and two or

three of the hostesses entertained one
or two other ladies in addition to

their seven cycle guests.

Mrs. J. W. Hood had as her guests

for rook, Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Mrs.

H. A. Waterman, Mrs. Harry Wal Walters,
ters, Walters, Mrs. J. K. Dickson, Mrs. W. S.
Bullock, Mrs. E. J. Crook, Mrs. John
Graham and Mrs. L. R. Chazal. Invit-

edo to join the players late were Mrs.

If. M. Bradford, of Natural Bridge,

Va., Mrs. A.' C. Hamrick, Mrs. Rich

ard McConathy and Mrs. Mallory;

Liddon, of Jacksonville. Following;
the games the hostess served chicken i
salad, wafers, fruit acid and pickles.!

In the absence of Mrs. D. E. Mclver

Miss Bettie Wray Mclver entertained
the ladies who were to be her mother's

guests, sewing proving an enjoyable
feature for the afternoon. The guests
were Mrs. B. A. Weathers, Mrs. R. G.

Blake, Mrs. C. Carmichael, Miss Etta
Robinson, Mrs, George McKay, Miss
Alice Bullock and Miss Edith Wil Williams.
liams. Williams. At 4:30 a salad course with

tea was served and assisting Miss
Mclver in serving were: Mrs. G. H.
Ford and Miss 'Annie Atkinson.

Mrs. J. E. Chace also entertained

at a sewing party, her seven guests,
who were Mrs. Frank Drake, Mrs. J.

R. Dewey, Mrs. T. T. Munroe, Miss
May Marshall, Miss Mamie Taylor,
Mrs. Albert Gerig and Mrs. E. M.
Martin, hemming napkins to be sent
to the Children's Home. Sandwiches,
tea and cake were relished by the
guests of Mrs. Chace when hemming
was finished.

Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, Mrs. L. II.

von Engelken, Mrs. Maude Horne,
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell. Mrs. James Tay

lor, Mrs. W. S. Hilands and Mrs. C.
W. Hunter with the hostess composed

two tables of rook players spending
the afternoon with Mrs. R, S. Hall.

Other guests were the hostess' moth

er, Mrs. M. A. Williams, and Mrs.

L. T. Izlar. Salad, sandwiches and

coffee were served after the games.

This morning Mrs. R. A. Burf ord

was hostess at rook, her guests in including
cluding including Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Mrs.
T. E. Bridges, Mrs. F. E. Harris, Mrs.
James Hill, Mrs. C. S. dullen, Mrs.

M. Fishel and Mrs. W. J. Edwards.
Hot chocolate, sandwiches and waf

ers was served after the games.

Mrs. G. T. Maughs will have her

tea tomorrow, Mrs. R. L. Anderson
the latter part of the week and the
other ladies who were guests of Mrs.

Hocker will contribute money. Each

of the guests today will either enter

tain at a similar tea or give money.

Mary McDowell, Nellie Gottlieb, Mrs.
W. V. Newsom Jr., Mrs. Herbert
Lattner and spending the afternoon
with the players was Miss Melvine
Burts of Tampa. When the final
game was concluded Miss Jackson in invited
vited invited her guests to the dining room,'
where a delicious luncheon was serv served,
ed, served, the menu including fruit cocktail,
chicken salad, olives, aspic, saltines,
toasted pimento cheese sandwiches,
hot chocolate and stuffed dates. Yel Yellow
low Yellow daisies were used esclusively in
the floral decoration.
Tea at the Primary School
To unite more closely the band of

vocational and personal friendship
the members of the primary school
faculty entertained this afternoon at
a tea at the school house, the guests

. 'including the teachers of the high

Ocala school. An hour was charm charmingly
ingly charmingly spent over the tea cups, chat chatting
ting chatting and enjoying sandwiches and
tea. The affair was a courtesy to the
new teachers on the faculty, who are
Miss Susan Tidball, Mrs. M. P. Geig Geig-er,
er, Geig-er, Miss Lena D. Godby, Miss Yeba

Johnson, Miss Goldie Ford and Mr.

Robert Connor.

D

amon an

d Pyth

las

How Two Old Bums Worked
a Crowd.
By M. QUAD
Copyright, 1915. by llcClure News Newspaper
paper Newspaper Syndicate.

A FAVOR OF AUTO OWNERS

WEAVING

1 he entertainment committees of Rag carpets, rugs, etc., made to

the various organizations of our city order. Curtain cleaning, lace curtains
who are combining to endeavor to a speciality. Write or call except

make the Veterans' and Sons' stay in Saturday, Mrs. Youngberg, No. 719

our city a most pleasant one, are Wenona St., Ocala, Fla. law-4w

planning to take the visiting Veterans

and Sons to Silver Springs Wednes- MAGAZINES WANTED

day afternoon. Every 'automobile

Just after breakfast the other morn- owner in the city is very earnestly Anyone having magazines about

ing an old bum made his way from the I requested to donate the use of his the house which they can spare, will

street to an empty bench in one or the machine that afternoon and to volun- please notify Mrs. E. A. Osborne,

city parks. He wasn't a tramp. He teer to drive it. This notice is being chairman of the social service com-

i

Wasnt a Vag. He wasn t a hobo, criven out in time for t.hA nwenrs ty mittPA nf flip WnTvian's flnTi rolirt nrHI

There was no name to fit him except pian to give the use of their machines see that they get into the hands of

"bum." Ion that. occASion. and if. is hnnpd that. I npnnl 1317110 rnnnot or do Ymf flro

Soon a younger bum came sneaking the request will meet with a hearty magazines. 10-7-tf

across the park and sat down on the response.

other end of the bench. He also gazed

into vacancy. He also heaved a deep
sigh. They had not even looked at
each other when the old bum mumbled:

"Did you git anything?'

WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD

KING'S DAUGHTERS

"I have used Chamberlain's Tablets

I 3 1 Xl i 1 i.,4-

Clothing is needed for a fy'of l?

six motherless children. The two dizzy spells and other symptoms de-

a PPrf 1 WJ1a ivins? th niri e-nnr youngest are girls, four and six; the! noting a torpid liver and a disorder-

a fine song and dance about my dying boys are from seven to fifteen. Shoes M condition of the digestive organs.

1 J J 1 l I 4 LL! Ml I Hit OIC VVViblA "tltUW A ft VVA,

V I? ?Jr2 UWM"U unyuuiis wm .. Mjsg Cjara A Driggs, Elba,

mi in) uxiu laiuw. ui giaaiy receivea. we nave numer- w v Ohtfliniilf pvprvwhere. Adv.

xueres au uiu gem vutuiug ims ous requests for men's pants and

way, saia me oig Dum. ne iooks ie sWs. winter clothW nreferrpd. Anv XOTICF. TO HniTSFKEEPERS

hf t ho nitr r? wnrt .ho one having clothing of any kind to

- I nntnlMil r.4- HC- TIT TXT I T t I.."- A f

00 I Tl 11 1- .1 n t j 3

Whereupon the big bum whirled half -yaiv.wno now nas tne dox lnjrepairea, re-upnoisterea, re-ponsnea

around so as to stretch out on his back charge, and the same will be proper- or remodeled, write me. batisfaction

ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS

and lay his head in the lap of the ly distributed among the needy.

younger one and close his eyes.

Yes. 'Uncle Rube had come to town

the day before. He had put up at a

hotel near the park and was out at an

early hour to see if the town had grown j

any since his last visit of twenty years

guaranteed, and the prices are right.

Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala,
Fla 9-2-lm

Leaving this morning in Messrs.
Phillips, Duval and Mrs. Washburn's
cars for Orlando to attend the Flor Florida
ida Florida Wesley Bible Class Federation

meeting were Mr. and Mrs. J. P.

Phillips, Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Gross,

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier, Mr. and

Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, Mrs. G. D. Wash

burn, Mrs. Maude Williams, Miss

Emma Washburn, Mrs. F. W. Cook,

Messrs. L. W. Duval, Lindner Mc-

Conn and Lester Wilson. The party

will return tomorrow evening.

Mrs. Mallory Liddon and son Pot

ter of Jacksonville, are guests of the

brmer's sister, Mrs. H. A. Water

man, arriving yesterday.

,

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson have

as their guest for the reunion Mr.
Anderson's cousin, Mrs. A. E. Boone
of Dade City, who arrived today. Mrs.

Boone has recently concluded a trip

through the west, extending as far as

the Pacific coast.

Mrs. Frank Drake has returned

from a visit to friends at Micahopy.

'

Mrs. G. S. Scott is the guest of

her sister, Mrs. J. K. Hussey in Jack

sonville until tomorrow, going up

yesterday.

.

The students of the dormitory have

issued invitations to a number of

their friends to a Hallowe'en party to

be given Friday night.

For plumbing ana electrical work

The Book Shop does the best pic

ture framing. 23-3t

com-Tell

"Wildcats" to Give Hallowe'en Ball
The largest Hallowe'en party that
will be given this week will be a
masquerade ball at the Woman's
Club Friday evening. The hostesses
will be the "Wildcats," Ocala's high
school ""basketball team, which is com

posed of Misses Agnes Burf ord,

Louise Spencer, Sidney Perry, Lillian

Smith, Nettie Camp, Carita Camp,
Kathleen Leitner, Theo Beckham,
Leslie Jackson, Kit Davis, Louise

Rentz and Callie Gissendaner.

7

" For Miss Burts

Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Osborne will

entertain at an informal musical this
evening honoring their attractive

niece, Miss Melvine Burts of Tampa.

The executive board of the Wom

an's Club met at the club house yes

terday afternoon at 4 o'clock. Mrs.

B. F. Condon, Mrs. Belle Mershon

and Mrs. L. B. Dey were elected

members of the club. Final plans for

the reception to be given next Satur

day for the new members were made.
The hours of the reception are from

3:30 to 5 o'clock and the guests will

be confined exclusively to the club
members and their house guests. It
was voted affirmatively that the club

be represented with a float in the

Marion County Fair parade next
month. Mrs. B. T. Perdue was an-

pointed chairman with privilege of

selecting her committee, to arrange

for the float.

Mr. Gary Beck, an aluminus of the

Ocala high school, is spending the
winter in Birmingham, Ala., where he

has a splendid position.

The members of the Tuesday auc

tion club were guests this afternoon

of Miss Kathleen Jackson. There
were two tables of players, composed
of Misses Dorothy Schreiber, Helen

Brown, Fanny and Rosebud Robinson

This office will make close prices

on sets of tickets for orange packers see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf

ago. As his walk brought mm near the iVi -" v.mi6 "m iU1

bums his curiosity was excited. Here samples and prices.

was a case that demanded investiga- d&w tf The Ocala Star.

tion, and Uncle Rube advanced and

called out: FORD FOR SALE

'Say. now. but what's the matter

here?"

U3 iuc ii.-.,!. rTTTT- A T t A 1 4- I 1 14 A ,;11

Sick, eh? -What kind of sickness?" X ? vr uw:r.

'Weak heart. It alius goes back on

him when he's been without food for

three or four days." 1U TliJrJ rullLlU

"Good Lord! But you don't tell me

that's the case now?" "I feel that I owe the manufactur

Damon how ion? is it sint von ers of Chamberlains Colic, Cholera

Our prescriptions are all

pounded by Mr. H. P. Bitting.

A Ford touring car in good condi-lyour physician to leave them with us

Star office.

25-tf

them. Bitting & Co., 410 -N. Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia street. 19-tf

Buy your drugs from

Ocala's best drug store.

Gerig's,
tf

of

Three pages X-mas needle work in

and Diarrhoea Remedy a word

u i i u-,c I Kiainuue, writes iira. a. ix.

,T.as "e ucul "VC1 "" hall, Gowanda. N. Y. "When I be- the November Ladies' Home Journal

(ran Ttilnnof this moriinnp I Win in .1 mi.. t 1. ri

Mihrwn week." was the faint renlvJ r" "Vf 11" .-J. ai Ane OOOK "UP-

- -'--- great pam anu xeenng ternuiy sick,
I can't believe it," said Uncle Rube. Ljue to an attack of summer com-

"Nothing to eat for a week right here nlaint. After takine a dose of it 1

in this big town, where they throw had not long to wait for relief as it

away enough every day to feed a nun- benefited me almost immediately.'

dred hogs. What's his nauTe?! Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

Damon and mine is

Decorating Committee.,

A SHOE BARGAIN

"His name is

Pvthias. We are comrades. You ve NUHCl!

w

read about Damon and Pythias of old,

haven't you?" We ask ah Daughters, Sons of Con

"I guess I have," replied Uncle Rube, federate Veterans and interested

with a doubtful look, "but I've forgot- fr;ends to decorate their homes with

ten. But what are we going to do Confederate flae-s during the three

l i iU! 'J" I 0

uuuui una uuse i i j ii,: '.'

, n.i,i Uitva Ul Lite I cumuli.
'You are a good man," said Pythias,

'but you have come too late. Damon,

he has come too late, hasn't he?"

'I think he has, Pythias, but mebbe

there is just one chance yet. IJ could
sit down to a full meal once more I
think my life could be saved; other otherwise
wise otherwise there is no hope for me."

"Does he think that food will save

him?" anxiously asked Uncle Rube.

At this moment half a dozen men

crossing the park stopped to inquire EVERY HOME NEEDS A FAITH-

what had happened, and Pythias an- FUL COUGH AND COLD RBifEDY

swered their questions by saying:

"Poor Damon's heart has given out When seasons change and colds ap-

on him at last" pear when you first detect a cold ai-

Npisrhhors. tht rnse is this" added ter sitting next to one who has sneez-

Uncle Rube, with a flourish of his arm. ed. then it is that a tried and tested

ITTI, I Una Wn tttHVi.I lemtUV &I1UUIU U ittiLIliUll V uacu. 1

UC1C U V XUm AltA ifVlX T. 1 . IIP

.X. M-J3 1 rnnnb CY HIUIC a VCO bllliUlliai

it ruou ui -7f;;;" I know positively that for myself and
bile you have been trotting around U.nv W K,W'S Npw Dicrovrv is

With loaded Stomachs." tljp onf-hf. rcmwJv wp pvr nspd

More men came up until the crowd and we have tried them all." 50c. and

numbered thirty or forty. Most or j. No. 1.

them took a look at Damon, whose

Twelve pair of men's full dress

pumps, sized 5A to 9, to close out at

$3.50. Former price, 25. Little'3

Shoe Parlor. 23-6t

Fresh seeds of all

Ocala Seed Store.

kinds at
20-tf

the

mm

: Miss Katie Mae Eagleton will be

hostess to a cycle tea Saturday after

noon. Sewing will be the pleasant

diversion.

The young ladies' auction club will

be entertained at its weekly meeting

riday by Mrs. I. F. Bennett.

; ., m m

Mrs. C. B. Wheeler will conclude

omorrow a visit oi a wees to ner

sister, Mrs. J. R. Dewey, leaving for

Jacksonville to spend a few days

with friends before returning to her

home in Miami. Before coming to

Ocala Mrs. Wheeler enjoyed a trip of

several weeks to New York. En route

home she will spend one day with her
-IB -mm T-V

niece. Miss Marion uewey, wno is

teaching near Cocoa.

Mrs. E. T. Helvenston and two chil

dren will return home Friday from
Daytona Beach, where they have been

sojourning since the first of August.

Mrs. C. A. Harris and son Leslie,

and daughter Elizabeth, will arrive

Monday from Lynchburg, Va., to
make this city their home, joining

Mr. Harris who preceded them by sev

eral weeks. Mr. Harris and family

will occupy the cottage on N. Sanchez

street beloneriner to Mrs. Elizabeth

Foy.

-

Mrs. Frank Wetherbee left today

for a short visit to Evmston and
Micanopy. She will return Thursday.

Mrs. C. M. Clayton and sweet little

daughter arrived this morning after

spending the past several weeks in
the mountains of North Carolina and

in Washington, D. C. Mr. Clayton,

who has been with them for the past

three weeks, will reach the city this
afternoon, making the trip in his car.

Mrs. Clayton "has been ill for several

days, but is now greatly improved, five mhiutes pair ere half Of my (suffering, from womanly troubles,
we are glad to state.-Lakeland Tele- n Zl iVllZlZ n Could not get up. without pitting a

I - something to neip me, ana siayea in oea

most of th! tune, i couia not ao my

The safe milk
for your baby
Because it is just pure, fresh,
sweet cow's milk evaporated to
the consistency of cream, then
hermetically sealed and steri sterilized.
lized. sterilized. Carnation Milk has a
delicious, natural flavor the
flavor of purity. Babies and
children thrive on it should be
properly diluted.
CARNATION MILK Clean,
Sweet, Pure From Contented
Cows is economical practi practically
cally practically no waste. One small can
is all you need to keep open at
once and tha will keep sweet
several days after being opened,
if kept in a cool, dry place.
Always the same high quality.
For your baby's good, order a supply
of Carnation Milk from your grocer
today. Ask the Pacific Coast Con Condensed
densed Condensed Milk Co., Seattle., U. S. A.,
for the Baby Leaflet, also their new
cook book "The Story of Carnation
Milk.1

hands were clinched and eyeballs turn

ed up, and then smiled at each other.

It was an old gag, and many of them

had seen it worked before.

Uncle Rube took a dollar bill from

his pocket and dropped it In his hat

and passed the feat around among the

crowd, saying:

'If I ever met with a worthy cause.

this Is the one of all. I should be

ashamed to go' home and face Hannah

if that man died on the bench with me

looking on. You look like men with

hearts. Comedown!'

There wasn't a man in that crowd of

fifty who didn't believe he was being

gulled, but they were a good natured
lot, and almost every one contributed

from a dime to a quarter. The change

was wrapped in the bill and the whole

handed over to Pythias, who said:

'Gentlemen, you have done a merei

ful act and I thank you, and Damon

thanks you. And you thank these gen

tlemen. don't you. Damon?"

I do."

'And you will never forget this no

ble hearted old man who has spoken

so well of us?"

"Never, Pythias, neverr

"And you have resolved to live on.

Damon?"

"I haver

"Do you hear that, gentlemen?" said

Uncle Rube as a smile came to his

face and the moisture to his eyes.

"They are both going to live on and

lead nobler and purer lives. I feel like

giving three cheers !"

SOME OF THE THINGS WE MAKE

Jaxon Metal Rhtngles.
Jaxon Metal Crtlln.
Trotigh and Cotters.
, Can doctor Pipe Tlttlagt.
Oorrnsmtf (I Sheet.
Corrugated Awning.
Sheet Metal Roofing.
Metal "Brick" Siding.
Metal "Stone" Siding.
; Acme Ketable Culverts.
Imperial Riveted Culvert.
, Turpentine Still and Cup.
Sheet Metal Cornice.
Sheet Metal Skylight.
Dredge Pipe and Fitting.
Coppersmiths.
General Sheet Metal Workers.
A sic year dealer or write a for cat-

icler & lacKay

UNDERTAKERS and EilBAUIERS

PllONES 47, 104, 305
OCALA, FLO HID A

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OPTOMETRIST

logne.

rae FLORIDA METALPRODUCTS GO.

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I

WISHED SHE

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have recently returned from

New Orleans where I have
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course m optometry unaer tne most

noted specialists in the country. I
can now be found in my omce pre prepared
pared prepared to give those in need of my
services the benefit ofmy recent
researches. My reduction in prices
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest
to those in need of glasses.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
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OCALA - FLORIDA

But before he could give them Pyth- Afc Be Free From HcT Trcutlcj,

las stood up and interrupted with:

And it only remains, gentlemen it KH rina DtutT ft ay.

only remains to"

Police, pollcef yelled a small boy

in rear ux uie cruwu. i vmuiuuia, tuu. nuuij a uins.,

n oniy remamea ror uamon to rou Mjfam.9. J,iHv".ov"J ..enn. i.tp o if mrno rn fio fin

off the bench and scramble to his feet. I wisnea i.wouia aic ana oe reueyea .lrnLinAll 1 1, & hllilCnO inHO-UU

o Wortti by Sea"

gram.

Mrs. Clayton is pleasantly known

in Ocala, having visited Mrs. Edward

Holder last summer.

The Philathea Y. W. A. will give

a missionary social in the parlors of

the Wisteria Hotel this evening at

7:30. The first hour will be devoted

to mission study and an interesting
program has been prepared. The

young men

come for the social hour which fol

lows.

cheered good naturedly. although It

had been "worked." and Uncle Rube

took off his hat and scratched hl3 head

and exclaimed:

By George, when I tell Ilannah she

won't believe it. I guess I've been

tinder made a fool off

BILIOUSNESS & CONSTIPATION

housework.

The least amount of work tired me

out. My head would swim, and I would

tremble tor an hour or more, rinaiiy, i
took Cardui. the wocan's tonic, and I

am not bothered with pains any more,
and I don't have to go to bed. In fact,

I am sound and well ot an my irouoies.

Cardui goes to all the weak spots and

Kioirte n mato thm ctrnnr It arts with

It is certainly surprising that any nature not ajrainst her. It is for tht I

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Address
VL C AVERY, AGENT
Jacksonville, Fla.



FOUR

OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 26, 1915

OCALA OCCURENCES f
2

Elks meet this evening. '1"
? V - ,
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
. Fresh seeds of all fcind3 at ths
Ocala Seed Store. 20-tf
Dr. J. W. Hood was transacting
business in Jacksonville yesterday.
Mr. C. W. Hunter paid a business
trip to Jacksonville yesterday after
noon.
Get the November Red Book today
at The Book Shop. 23-3t
Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Dobbs will each
be treated to a bottle of Coca-Cola by
calling on Bitting & Co., druggists,
and presenting this notice. It
Have you read Michael O'Hal
loran? The Book Shop has them in
stock. 23-3t
The owners of valuable dogs in
Ocala will be pleased to learn that
Dr. L. A. Dowen, the veterinarian
whose headquarters are at the God
dard stables, is successfully treating
necrotic stomatitis (commonly known
as black tongue).
Mr. Alf Proctor, the Summerfield
farmer, is among the visitors in town
today, and has rejoined the Star's
host of readers after an absence of
several months.
. Mr. Chas. L. Moore, the veteran
contractor, is doing the cement work
for the pool in the firemen's park.
Sheriff Galloway, hearing a report
that Frank Richardson, the negro
who beat his wife to death out near
Calvary some years ago, was at Mc Mcintosh,
intosh, Mcintosh, went to that place this morn morning,
ing, morning, but found it was a case of mis mistaken
taken mistaken identity. v
The ladies have been doing some
lovely work decorating the Temple
theater for the meeting of the old
soldiers.
Mr. Frank Bogie has received the
information that his. application as
alternate candidate for midshipman
in the navy has been accepted, and he
directed to appear before the prop proper
er proper officials in Gainesville Feb. 16 next
for examination.
A good many of the i .old soldiers
have already arrived to attend the
reunion, and the town will be full of
them tomorrow.
Mr. John S. Robinson, the clever
young machinist, now residing and
working in Eustis, was in town today,
to see his Ocala friends. John never
fails to call on the Star.
The council will meet tonight in
special session. President Meffert
informs the Star that some of the
matters it mentioned yesterday have
been attended to, and that the coun council
cil council will see what it can do about some
of the others.
The county judge today issued1 a
marriage license to Mr. Wm. Carl
High tower and Miss Addie M. Mor Morrison
rison Morrison of Moss Bluff, and then -made
their hearts happy by joining their
hands.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.
Mr. H. N. Sassnet, state organizer
for the Knights of Pythias, is in the
city. He has been in attendance at
the district meeting of the Knights
at Micanopy, and will be in this sec section
tion section for the next week or so. He will
meet with the Mcintosh lodge Friday
cwenihg at which time there will he
n re-organization.
After several days' investigation of
the killing of George Campbell, col colored,
ored, colored, at Alligator swamp east of
Montague" Saturday morning, the
coroner's jury this afternoon return returned
ed returned a verdict charging" Tom Hampton
of Montague, with the crime.
Mr. George Mershon is here from
Lakeland to see his Ocala friends, all
in general and one in particular. At Attempts
tempts Attempts were made to induce George
to remain over until Hallowe'en, but
he says he must return before that
festal season.
American, Popular Mechanics, Red
Book, Munsey, Metropolitan and
American Boy magazines in at The
Bobk Shop. 23-3t
FOR SALE
Lot A Woodrow's Addition.
One of the most desirable
corner lots on Fort King
Avenue. For prices and
terms, call on B. N. Dosh.

.WEATHER REPORT

The following reports of tempera
ture and rainfall are made to the Star
by the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
Max. Min. Rain
October 1 83 74 .79
October 2 . . ..... .84. 72
October 3... ...... ..84 71 .17
October 4 ...........88 72 ',1.20
October 5 : 87 70 .05
October 6 ...........88 71 .32
October 7 87 70 .45
October 8 . . . .75 69 .02
October 9 ...... .70 54 ..
October 10 ......... .72 51
October 12 .........76 58
October 13 ...........83 64 .24
October 14 85 70
October 15 .........86 72 :.
October 16 85 72
October 17 83 72 .51
October 18 84 69 ..
Oct. 19 ..............82 64
Oct. 21 ...I ...79 67 1.41
October 21 .........82 67 .12
October 22 .........81 60
Oct. 23 .............81 61 .03
Oct. 24 .............80 60
Oct. 25 80 59
Weather Forecast'
Unsettled tonight and Wednesday,
probably showers.
SEEING OCALA FIRST
Editor Star": We used to call it
Lake Clark, after the first settler who
ventured into the wilderness and built
himself a home on its shore, but it is
commonly known as "The lake at the
foot of Fourth and Sanchez." The
name is too long and as our lake has
become a permanent adornment of the
landscape, it devolves on the city
fathers to find an appropriate name,
one that is short and full of meaning.
. The true scientist does not have to
go to the Himalayas or the river of
Doubt to make discoveries; his back
yard will furnish him the material
Newton saw the apple fall in his or orchard
chard orchard and discovered the law of gra
vitation. So, when I noticed a most
interesting scum forming on the lake,
brown of color, iridescent and turning
a bloody red under the slanting rays
of the evening sun, the question arose
in my mind, is this scum the product
of decaying vegetable matter, driven
up by gases formed in the alluvium,
or does it consist of growing plants.
A close microscopical scrutiny reveal revealed
ed revealed the presence of numerous varie
ties of aquatic plants called algae,
one of which in particular seems to be
responsible for the brown color.- .All
of them are forming a dense mass of
vegetation which is making an ideal
hiding place and giving ample pastur
age to great numbers of the larvae of
Anopheles. s u
As Anopheles in every day parlance
means mosquito, it can not be sur surprising
prising surprising that these interesting insects
are not only numerous but also larger
ferocious and strong of voice on the
shores of the lake. They are appar apparently
ently apparently closely related to the famous
New Jersey variety.
While the lake is furnishing us all
the opportunities f or. experimental
breeding, there is no need for us to
use the old tin can, half full of water,
and forgotten on the premises, rec
ommended for breeding purposes by
the Board of Health.
One, scientific riddle solved always
means another riddle unsolved. I am
now endeavoring to detek-mine the
origin of a certain peculiar odor eima
nating from the lake, strongly re
sembling sulphuretted hydrogen. Vis
ions of a glorious future: Sulphur
springs, mud baths, Ocala a health
resort, the Spa of America, real estate
booming! v
Yes, our lake is giving rise to all
kinds of puzzling questions and is
promoting intellectuality in our neigh
borhood. A lawyer is trying to solve
the agricultural problem: how to
raise cabbage under stagnant water,
while another neighbor is the author
of a legal puzzle: is it possible to re recover
cover recover damages from the city in case
you were stricken with typhoid or
malaria fever. Which hypothetical
question I hereby respectfully submit
to the legal lights of this community.
Sometimes our spirits are inclined
to levity. So I have proposed a bet to
one of my neighbors, that our lake
will not be drained until his son, now
two months old, will enter high school.
My neighbor is young and enthus enthusiastic,
iastic, enthusiastic, as old man Osier would say,
but this risk was too great for him.
E.
A SHOE BARGAIN
Twelve pair of men's full dre?s
pumps, sized 5 to 9, to close out at
$3.50. Former price, 5. Little's
Shoe Parlor. 23-6t
A WONDERFUL ANTISEPTIC
Germs and infection aggravate ail ailments
ments ailments and retard healing. Stop that
infection at once. Kill the grms and
get rid of the poisons. For this pur
pose a single application of Sloan's
Liniment not only kills the pain but
destroys the grms. Thi3 neutralizes
infection and gives nature assistance
by overcoming congestion and gives
a chance for the free and normal flow
of the blood. Sloan's Liniment is an
emergency doctor and should be kept
constantly on hand. 25c., 50c. The
size contains six times as much as the
25c. No. 1.
Fresh seeds of all kinds at the
Ocala Seed Store. 20-tf

PLEASANT EVENT

FOR PYTHIANS
Ocala Knights Entertained the Lady
Members of the Order
If you want to, meet with a real
disappointment just attend one of the
Ocala Knights of Pythias meetings
with the expectation that there won't
be a big time when the word is pass
ed down the line by the entertainment
committee that there will be.
Monday evening's meeting at Cas
tle Hall was no exception to this rule,
when the Knights entertained for the
Pythian Sisters and the other ladies.
The guests were welcomed by
Judge William Gober, grand outer
guard of the state grand lodge in a
short speech. Beautiful piano music
was furnished by Miss Ethel Hay Hay-craft,
craft, Hay-craft, while Misses Louise Rentz and
Mamie Gross rendered most interest interesting
ing interesting recitations.
Under head of "good of the order,"
Dr. J. M. Gross of the Methodist
church, and Mr. George Rentz ad addressed
dressed addressed the audience on the excellent
features of such organizations as the
Knights of Pythias and the kindred
organization, the Pythias Sisters.
After the literary portion of the
evening's program was completed re
freshments were served in the hall,
the Pythian Sisters assisting the
committee who had this feature in
charge. Three kinds of sandwiches,
pickles, punch, etc., were served. The
committee of the Knights on this oc occasion
casion occasion was composed of Messrs.
George Rentz, Henry C. Raysor and
Charles Goddard, while Mrs. George
Rentz and Mrs. Charles Goddard rep represented
resented represented the Pythian Sisters, and to
find how well they carried out the
work of entertainment it is only nec necessary
essary necessary to mention the affair in the
presence of anyone who was so for fortunate
tunate fortunate as to be present at Castle
Hall last evening. A string band
furnished music during the banquet.
After refreshments had been serv
ed the guests were treated to an il
lustrated history of the story of
Damon and Pythias, upon which this
excellent order is founded. Ster-
eopticon views were used while Judge
Gober followed the scenes with a de description
scription description of this pretty story from
beginning to end.
Among the lodges represented
from out of the city were those of
Reddick, Fort McCoy and Martel.
Standing room as Castle Hall was
at a premium last evening, and the
whole affair was one grand1 success
from beginning to end., ( ;
Not only is the lodge of Knights
constantly' growing in ; membership,
but the Pythian Sisters are also a
lively bunch of workers and this aux auxiliary
iliary auxiliary to the lodge is increasing its
membership each month.
Those who attended last evening's
joint social session will long remem remember
ber remember it, and eagerly look forward to a
repetition.
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following; times-, .. ",.
; ,No. 37,J Jacksonville, to St. Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a.'m. v :
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a.' m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40. a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, f Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny
jim) Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
p, m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m. -'
No. 39; Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala toPalatka, Gaines
ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny-
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Our sheet music stoclc Is up-to-date.
Daily demonstrations.
3-2-tf Lattner's Kano Store.
The Book Shop does the best pic picture
ture picture framing. 23-3t
Our prescriptions are all com
pounded by Mr. H. P. Bitting. Tell
your physician to leave them with us
or phone 14 and we will send for
them. Bitting & Co., 410 N. Mag
nolia street. 19-tf
Buy your drugs from Gerig's,
Ocala's best drug store. tf
Three pages X-mas needle work in
the November Ladies' Home Journal
at The Book Shop. 23-3t
THE NEXT BEST THING TO THE
PINE FOREST FOR COLDS IS
Dr. Bell's Pine-Honey-Tar which goes
to the very foot of cold troubles. It
clears the throat and gives relief
from that clogged and stuffed feeling.
The pines have ever been the friend
of man in driving away colds. More Moreover,
over, Moreover, the pine-honey qualities are pe peculiarly
culiarly peculiarly effective in fighting chil children's
dren's children's colds. Remember that a cold
broken at the start greatly removes
the possibility of complications. 25

cents. No. 1.

MM AFFAIRS

(Continued from Third Page)
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Horrell return
ed this afternoon from an over night
visit to Jacksonville.
Mrs. Richard McConathy has re
turned home after an absence of
three months spent in Virginia, New
Jersey and Asheville.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. Gray of Tampa:
are at Lake Weir, the guests of Mrs.
Gray's brother, Mr. John Carney.
They will remain through the citrus
fruit shipping season. Mrs. Gray
will come to Ocala Friday to visit her
sister, Mrs. J. H. Hill for a few days.
Miss Leafy Sylvester arrived to
day from St. Petersburg for a visit to
Mrs. T. C. Luckie. Miss Sylvester is
native of Ocala, and has many
friends here, who are glad to see her
again.
Mrs. G. K. Austin and daughter,
Miss Jean, who have been in Wash Washington
ington Washington the past few months, have
gone to Boston, where they will spend
the winter.
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 down, balance on monthly pay
ments, write to box 164, Ocala, Fla. tf
NOTICE
We ask ali Daughters, Sons of Con
federate "Veterans and "interested
friends to decorate their homes with
Confederate flags during the three
days of the reunion.
. Decorating Committee.,
Try one cf those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon nt Johnny's. tf.
Glass Razor Strop.
"The best razor strop I ever had was
a piece of glass.'Vsaid the boss barber,
as he sharpened theirazor with a puij
in it "Anxpld barber gave it togine.
and I tell you it worked fine.- Un Unfortunately
fortunately Unfortunately I let it fall and broke it.
and I have never been able to get one
like it There's some kink in the
grinding which I can't seem to figure
ou t In these day s a good razor strop
is a mighty bard tblug to find, and I
would give a good deal if I could only
get-that piece of ground, glass back
again. It sure did put a cutting edge
on the razor." Pittsburgh Dispatch.
No, He Had No Opinion.
"Before we take you on the Jury, Mr.
Smith, we. must ask whether you have
formed any, opinion of the prisoner's
guilt or innocence." ;
"No." said Smith grimly. "No, I ain't
formed no opinion."
"And, Mr. Smith, have you or have
you not any conscientious objections to
capital punishment?"
"No," said; Srdith, ; more grimly still.
Vnot in this case." London Opinion.
yi i .?;C-,v' Very Likely, ii?.y 5
"Our ancestors had very few boards
of health, insanity commissions and
soon.'
"Perhaps it I3 just as well." Probably
they would have locked up Sir Isaac
Newton, Copernicus and also Chris Christopher
topher Christopher Columbus." Louisville Courier Courier-Journal.
Journal. Courier-Journal. ;
'.Great Difference.
"Some say that marriage is a lottery
with us."
"That's a step above the south sea
islanders, where they marry a girl to
the man who can offer, the most cocoa cocoa-nuts.
nuts. cocoa-nuts. There It's a raffle." Louisville
Courier-Journal
Disparagement.
"I hope you never talk about your
neighbors," said the exacting friend
"I never ... do," replied the frivolous
woman. "They're an awfully uninter uninteresting
esting uninteresting lot." Washington Star.
WTITCV TV NTErRTl OF &
PLUMBING
PHONE 235
AIL WORK GUARANTEED
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THE PLUMBER
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E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
GENERAL, REP AIR
: y WORK
FURNITNRE and
GENERAL REPAIRS
PROMPT SERVICE
REASONABLE CHARGES
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: Care Square Deal Garage
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SLIGHTED A HERO.

Later on the Coaching Party Got
a Startling Surprise.
A HOST WHO PROVED A SNOB.
He Thought His Guest Was Not Classy
Enough to Travel With Him and Hicr
Friends, but Waked Up After Awhile
to Find Him the Lion of the Day.
Here is one of Captain Jayies A.
Scrymser's best anecdotes, which he
did wot put in his volume of iersona!
reminiscences of peace and war:
After the close "of the war between
the states in 1SG5 Secretary of War
Stanton, at the suggestion of President
Johnson, selected Major General Fran
cis C. Barlow as the bearer of certain
dispatches to the American minister
Mr. Adams, in London It later de
veloped that the main purpose of this
mission was to allow the English army
officials to know Major General Bar Barlow,
low, Barlow, he being deemed by the president
and secretary of war an excellent
specimen of a youthful volunteer gen
eral who had served gallantly through throughout
out throughout the war.
General Barlow sailed for England
with his official dispatches, and short shortly
ly shortly after his arrival he was presented
to the Duke of Cambridge, then com commander
mander commander in chief t of her majesty's
forces, by Mr. Adams, our minister,
and likewise to other high military
officials.
Of course General Barlow received
many invitations and was able to
accept but few. One invitation which
he did accept was for a week end
party at the .bouse of a well known
major general of the British army, re residing
siding residing a few miles from Aldershot
On his arrival Barlow found a very
gay house party, made op of distin distinguished
guished distinguished social 'lions and lionesses.'
I have not the slightest doubt that
Barlow held his own in this distin distinguished
guished distinguished company, although these high
army officials of her majesty's serv service
ice service evidently drew a sharp line be between
tween between volunteer and regular officers.
This fact Barlow fully realized the
Saturday morning after his arrival,
when,-much to his surprise, his host
and ultra exclusive house guests de departed
parted departed for a drive" in a four-in-hand
coach, leaving General Barlow behind.
No Invitation had been extended to
Barlow, and he ..was left alone on the
piazza, being, i told by :hl3 hospitable
host that there were a box of cigars
and the London Times, in the smoking
room, which would keep him fairly
well occupied until their return.
Thfe coaching party had been absent
about an hour when a ttoop of cavalry:
commanded by a ; British officer. ; halted
in front of the house. The officer ask
ed for General ; Barlow and.-- upot
meeting him, said that he was com
man ded by his royal highness the
Duke of Cambridge to invite General
Barlow to accept a review of her
majesty's command (of some 10,000
men) at Aldershot at 2 o'clock that
afternoon.
General Barlow gracefully accepted
the invitation and. donning his f'war
paint," mounted an extra horse, which
the Duke of Cambridge had thought thoughtfully
fully thoughtfully provided for him. and started
for Aldershot with his escort.---
As Barlow and his escort approached
the reviewiag'stand the;band struck up
'The Staf Spangled Banner;', all flags
WereT dipped.'- and therDukeof; Cam
bridge rode to the front and received
General 1 Barlow in a most courteous
manner. ; .. ;"
Naturally. General Barlow was the
center, of all eyes. Barlow was sur surprised
prised surprised to see the coaching party of his
host directlr in front of the reviewing
stand. Its presence accounted for the
early departure that morning. If Gen General
eral General Barlow was surprised one can im imagine
agine imagine the surprise and dismay shown
by the gay host and his party when
they discovered who was the hero of
the day. General Barlow's host had
during the morning drive supposedly
learned of the Intended review which
was to be held, but had not the slight slightest
est slightest idea it was to be In honor of his
guest, the volunteer general from the
States.
All sorts of apologies were offered,
but General Barlow, in bis dignified
manner, politely let his host under understand
stand understand that he understood the situation
perfectly and that he had evidently not
been Invited on the coaching, party be because
cause because he did not come up to the Eng English
lish English standard of a major general in
their eyes, despite the fact that he had
probably seen more fighting than all
the British officers on that field.
Barlow was urged to return, -now
that he was a "lion In their eyes, but
after such a slight he preferred to re
turn to London, which he did, after
leaving a polite but dry note of thanks
and arranging for his valet to pack up
his things and Join him in London.
New York Post.
Thrifty.
"I fear my cousin going to marry a
very stingy man."
"Why sor
"She suggested a morning wedding,
but he said to make it after lunch on
the ground that she would get one
more meal at home.' Louisville Courier-Journal.
Father's Baby, Willie's Lady.
"But my daughter's too young to
marry, young man. She's just barely
a miss."
"She may seem that way to you. sir.
but she Is a hit with ma" Judge.
Fortune is like a mirror It does
not alter men. It only shows men Just
as they are. Billings.
OK LAW AHA VALLEY
RAILROAD SCHEDULE
arrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1:05 p. m.;
arrive Palatka, 5:25 p. m.
Only pure drugs and no substitu substitution
tion substitution in our prescription department.
Phone 14. Bitting & Co., 410 NorUi
Magnolia street. 19-tf

A Lesson from the Past
; Years ago before baking pow powders
ders powders were so well known, the
housewife sometimes nade her own
from cream of tartar and soda.
. These materials were then
comparat i vely expens i ve and pro pro-cesses
cesses pro-cesses of refining had not been
devised to bring them to the high
state of purity of the present present-day
day present-day well known cream of tartar
baking powders such as Royal ;
and yet she never thought of
buying alum, then as now a cheap
and inferior substitute for cream
of tartar. She wouldn't think of
permitting an ounce of alum to
enter her kitchen.
' Yet housekeepers are to-day
asked to buy alum baking powders
with which to make food for their
children.
The statement on the label af affixed
fixed affixed to every can naming the
ingredients of which the baking
powder is composed affords a
method of protection against the
use of undesirable kindc.

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
New York

One Cause of Old Age.
According to a Roumanian scientist.
old age' is simply due to a decrease
In the amount of water in the human
system.

$ Maiioiia 'iwt Mamei

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s 340 North Magnolia Street
? JUST OPENED
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-M. R. WILLIAMS; v J
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT House now occupied by
Mr. II. A. Waterman on S. First
stree east. Apply to Mrs. W. S.
Bullock. ' 10-22-6t
AUTO ON CREDIT If you wish a
new automobile, of the latest model,
either roadster or five-passenger car,
for less "than .lialfeash down, balance
on monthly payments, write to box
164, Ocala, Fla. tf
FORD FOR SALE A Ford touring
car in good condition, CHEAP for
cash. Apply at Star office. 25
FOR SALE For a limited time I will
sell layer cakes at 50c each, dough doughnuts
nuts doughnuts at 20c per dozen and home
made candy at, 50c per lb. Mrs. G.
D. Washburn, phone 206. 10-23-6t
WANTED Furnished rooms for light
housekeeping. Write J. C. W., care
Star office. 10-23-t
SITUATION WANTED A young,
refined, educated widow wants posi position
tion position as housekeeper, companion companion-nurse
nurse companion-nurse to children or clerk in a store.
Best of references. Mrs. Shallcross,
Brooksville, Fla. 21-6t
FOR SALE Seven room house, best
location on Oklawaha avenue. Ad Address
dress Address Box 103. 10-19-6t
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf
FOR RENT Large and comfortable
rooms with fireplace; nicely furnish furnished;
ed; furnished; conveniently located; all modern
conveniences; rates reasonable. Apply
603 East Second street, corner an an-chez,
chez, an-chez, or. at Star office. 9-7-tf
FOR; RENT A six-room and bath,
completely f urnished; Well located
residence, with every convenience, in

Never In Doubt.
"Does your wife ever doubt what
you say when you get home late?"
asked the Wise Guy. "Never," replied
the Grouch. "She knows I am lying.

PHONE 167
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Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables A
DELIVERY
GOING
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Ticket Reads
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J. G. KIRKLAND,
D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
cluding garage, for rent for not less
than four months. Address "Fumish-
3 T !J Pi -n M.M
eu xve5iuence, care ine otar. xo-u
FOR SALE At a bargain, runabout
Maxwell car. Address "X," care the
Star. 10-12-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light' house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
LAKE WEIR PROPERTY FOR
SALE Spooner dwelling house at
Stanton, with small barn. Also lot
of land on which they are situated,
infection twenty-one. Address E. M.
Brooks, trustee, 345 Trement build building,
ing, building, Boston, Mass. 10-20-6t ?
.... . .... -. -. -- - ''
LAND TO RENT A ten acre tract
two miles out, fronting on Silver
Springs boulevard; fenced. Will be
rented on shares. Apply to R. R.
Carroll, SUr office. 9-30-tf
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 Mrs-Mary
Mary Mrs-Mary Gillen. 10-12
' Did You Know That
Frogs' legs are useful to men for
satins pirposes, but more usaful to
the f f0r jumpiae pnrro--np?
moon
PHONE 03
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
: J. L. SMOAR
J" At Sm oak's Wagon Shop.



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