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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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NO: 272

THE

m

Intends to Smash Thru to the
Adriatic

GREEKS KEEP THE AlilES GUESSING BROUHD LOST BY
. RUMS Hi OALICIA

i

(Associated
London, Nov. 16. -The exact, sit-j
uation in Central Macedonia is run-1
certain. Dispatches from .the near
east are in conflict and doubt as to
time they refer to injects an addition additional
al additional element of uncertainty. It is clear,
however, that the' Bulgarians have
been reinforced and begun a new. of offensive.
fensive. offensive. These operations present a
powerful menace to the armiesi of
Serbia ;and the Allies operating 'from
Tetevo through Perlepe to the south southeastern
eastern southeastern Serbian frontier, according to
Home accounts.
Telegrams received almost .simul .simultaneously
taneously .simultaneously from Greece announce that
Tetevo is in the hands of bo;h Ser-:
bians and Bulgarians. A preponder preponderance
ance preponderance of evidence points to a Bulgarian
occupation. The Bulgarians are mak making
ing making desperate efforts to force their
way thro ugh the Katchanik pass to toward
ward toward Pristina.? They are also attempt attempting
ing attempting to advance from Tetevo to. Per Perlepe
lepe Perlepe and Monistier, by forcing Babuna
pass and reach Perlepe from the
other side.
These plans are said to have again
placed Monastir in danger. It is a
problem whether the allied forces are
large enough to meet the Bulgarian
onslaught.
What .Greece will do in the event
the Allies are forced across the Greek
border is still a matter of speculation.
A message from Greece says the gov government
ernment government will exteend to the Serbians
the same privilege accorded French
and British troops. In view of no
definite announcement as to what
these privilegss will be, Greek inten intentions
tions intentions are obscure.
GROUND YIELDED BY RUSSIANS
IN GALICIA
In Galicia the Russians admit the
yielding of some ground, but do not
concede that they were forced back
across the Styr. Further details are
necessary to determine the exact
status of, the contending armies here.
Nothing new has been received
from the western front.
SOUTHERN BANKS HAVE
PLENTY OF SHEKELS
October Report of Their Condition is
Auspicious
(Associated Press)
Washington, D. C, Nov. 16.
Southern federal reserve banks dur during
ing during October showed a large excess of
earnings over expenses. The Atlanta
bank earned $22,621, while its ex expenses
penses expenses were only $11,619. The St.
Louis bank was the only one whose
expenses were more than its earn
ings. The total earnings of the sys system
tem system was $221,954; expenses, $134,617.
OF MEN BRITAIN
WILL HAVE ENOUGH,;
Asquith Tells Commons Conscription
will be Unnecessary
(Assoc ted Press)
London, Nov. 16. Premier Asquith
told the house of commons this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon that he believed the voluntary
system of enlistment would still suc succeed
ceed succeed and conscription would be unnec unnecessary.
essary. unnecessary.
The Demp ey Hat Shop has opened
permanent millinery parlors, for the
season at the residence of Mrs. W. H.
Hetrick at 229 East Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 10-6t 1

STAR IS THE ONLY

Press)
GOT '! Willi
THE GOODS
Tax Collector Colbert Has More
' Evidence of Illegal Paying of
Poll Taxes
The bunch of poll taxes sent to Col Collector
lector Collector Colbert Saturday afternoon
was only a" beginning. By the time
the mails closed Saturday night, he
had several more, and with'some that
have arrived before, he has quite a
nice little bunch of kale awaiting
any claimant who wants to go to the
chain gang.
The tax collector Monday deceived
information that a certain colored
man in a nearby town had received a
poll tax receipt through the mail and
was surprised and remarked to a
white man standing by something
like this:
"Say, Mr. how do they do
dis thing? Just pay it and mail de
receipt to you."
He hunted up the man, who upon
being questioned said: "I did not pay
it, 'cause I did not have de money.
And, boss, is it going to git me into
any trouble ? : If I had not thought
it was alright I never would have
took it from de postoffice."
He readily gave the tax collector
his receipt for cancellation. With
very little effort Mr. Colbert and his
companion succeeded 1 in getting a
number of affidavits from parties, for
which money had been received thru
the mail to pay their poll taxes, stat
ing emphatically that they did not
pay them.
Mr. Colbert found the colored men
in that section of the county ready
and willing to make these" affidavits.
They do not. approve of the nefarious
plot they have been pulled into, and
it is probable that the same feeling
prevails in every community among
the respectable colored men.
One of the notable incidents was
this: an old colored man, probably 65
years old that had not been liable for
a poll in several years who positively
states that he did not authorize any anyone
one anyone to pay for him. In their eager
ness and possible haste, they enclosed
three one-dollar bills to the tax col collector
lector collector to pay his 1913 and 1914 poll
taxes with. Somebody has some extra
money yet.
CONTROLLER CALLS FOR
REPORT ON CURRENCY
Washington, Nov. 16. The comp
troller of the currency issued a call
today for a report of the condition of
all national banks at the close of bus
. iness Nov. 10th.
CONSPIRATORS DECLARED
THEY INTENDED NO CRIME
New York, Nov. 16. Charging no
offense had been committed against
the United States, because of bombs
they planned to put aboard munitions
ships would explode on the high seas,
Robert Fay and Walter Scholz de demurred
murred demurred to the indictments in federal
court brought against them. The
other three who are under indictment
for the same offense, stood on not
guilty pleas.

NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING

STATE HAS DECIDED TO LOCATE THE REFOR
Oil THE 1,11011 tenl SITE

Jacksonville, Nov. 16.- A dispatch
from Tallahassee to the Times-Union
says:
The board of commissioners of
state institutions have -decided upon
the location" for the girls' industrial
school, a correctional and industrial
institution provided for by act of the
recent legislature. The site is locat located
ed located just east of Ocala, only a short
distance from the suburbs of the city
on the hard road leading to Silver
Springs. The tract of land which the
board will purchase for the school is
already cleared and in cultivation.
The soil is rich and in a high state of
cultivation and the tract is large
enough to provide ample gardeneing
and orcharding facilities for the fu future
ture future needs of the institution as also
pasturage for dairy cattle. There are
approximately 150 acres in the tract
of land and the board secured it at
what is considered quite a bargain.
It is the plan of the board to begin
construction of the necessary build buildings
ings buildings without delay.
EIIT'S MESSAGE
WILL BE LARGELY DEVOTED TO
PLANS FOR NATIONAL
PREPAREDNESS
(Associated Press
Washington, D. C, Nov. 16. Presi President:
dent: President: Wilson plans to work all week
on his message to Congress,, which he
hopes to finish by Thanksgiving. The
message will be devoted largely to
national defense matters. The Phil Philippine
ippine Philippine and conservation bills will be
endorsed by the president.
BOOSTERS MEETING
TOMORROW NIGHT
Do not forget to attend the meet meeting
ing meeting of the Boosters in Yonge's build building
ing building on Fort King avenue, tomorrow,
Wednesday, evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The biggest thing for Ocala will be
the order of the evening the build building
ing building of a railroad to Silver" Springs.
SPECIAL MEETING OF
THE PENINSULA CLUB
The members of the Peinsula Club
are hereby called to meet in special
session this evening, Nov, 16th, at
8 o'clock at the court house. The
purpose of the meeting is to consider
final arrangements for the advertis
ing folder authorized by the October
session. Every member is urged to
be present.
H. W. Counts, President.
Bunyan Stephens, Secretary.
COUNTY IS CARRYING
OUT ITS CONTRACT
A visitor to Lake Weir this morn
ing reports one of the county road
gangs hard at work on the road
around Lake Weir, by which it is to
be hoped the county is carrying out
its contract to force a link in the
Dixie Highway chain.
BLITCH IS BETTER
A telegram from Lake ; City an announces
nounces announces that Mr. Blitch, the young
football player injured Saturday, con continues
tinues continues to improve. It was,, by the way,
Mr. Loonis Blitch who was hurt, and
not his brother Landis, as s first re
ported.
TURPENINE IS SOARING
Spirits of turpentine sold yesterday
for 55 cents, the best price in many
a long day. Rosin is selling at cor corresponding
responding corresponding prices, and the turpentine
men who have any naval stores to
sell are feeling powerful fine.
Auto tires, tubes and spark pings
Marion Hardware Co. 11-16

PHEPARATIOflS FOR
; THE PARADE
It Will Take Place Next Tuesday,
and will be a Most Interesting
: Event
The committee of. the Peninsula
CIub,i in charge of arrangements for
thejbig industrial parade at the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair, gives the Star the
following information:
Well Worth Seeing
"There is every reason to believe
that the parade next Tuesday morn morning
ing morning will be well worth seeing, and a
credit, to the city and county. We are
pleased to say that we have received
splendid co-operation. Many are
building handsome floats, though our
efforts have not been to have 'some 'something
thing 'something elaborate and costly, but some
thing indicative of the" enterprises of i
the city and county.
J All Invited to Participate
.."If there is anyone whom we have
... .... ....-...
not- seen or writtenTto w ,hop that
it will jbe understood that no slight is
intended. Inasmuch as the members
j .......
of. the committee have had their own
business to look after, each gave only
what time he could to making ar arrangements
rangements arrangements for the parade. No doubt
there were many we did not get
around to at all, and-many that we
saw late in the day. .We hopr that
whether waited upon or not everyone
wilF enter into the spirit of the thing,
and be in the parade if possible.
Parade Should be as Big as Possible
"While the idea has been to have
something to represent the industries
and businesses of the city and coun county,
ty, county, we want to make the parade as
big as possible, and decorated auto
mobiles and vehicles of any descrip description
tion description will-gladly be given a place in
line, except, of course, those obvious
ly objectionable. If the farmers, for
instance, have fine live stock, fine
steers, horses, mules, goats,- etc., we
want them in the parade. The ani
mals can be led or driven to some ve vehicle.
hicle. vehicle. The more the merrier. We
want the city and county to take hold
of the thing in the same magnificent
spirit in which they took hold of the
recent Confederate Veterans' re-un-
ion. .- "..
Line of March
"The line of march, will be as fol
lows; Fort King avenue, from Mr. R.
S. Hall's residence to Main street,
thence north on Main to Oklawaha
avenue,, west on Oklawaha to Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street, south on ; Magnolia to Ex
position street, and Out Exposition
street to the fair grounds, into the
grounds and once around the race
trace. :
"Those who will participate 'will
please take their places not later than
9:30 o'clock Tuesday morning in the
street between Mr. Hall's residence
and Oklawaha avenue, and .4a the
street between Mr. h. A. Burford's
residence and Oklawaha : avenue."
COMMITTEE.
FAMOUS STABLES ON FIRE
One Man and Many Horses Lost their
V Lives Near Washington
(Associated Press) -Washington,
. Nov:" 16. One man
was burned to death, three werprob werprob-ably
ably werprob-ably fatally hurt and at least twenty
horses were killed during a nre'at the
famous Penning race track here.
Fourteen stables and other structures
were destroyed. The damage will
reach $135,000. The cause of the fire
is unknown.

TELEGRAPH SERVICE

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French Driven Back by Heavy
Reinforcements

Oil ONE WHIG REPULSED BULGARS WITH HEAVY LOSSES
OH THE

(Associated

Saloniki, Nov. 16. The French
were compelled to retire at two points
near Gradiaco, twelve miles north of
the Greek border, after heavy fight fighting
ing fighting with reinforced Bulgarian troops
from southern Serbia. ; ; V
The Bulgarian attack along the
Corna river was repulsed with heavy
losses to the attackers. The Corna
battle was waged along the left river
bank. Two or three Bulgarian divis divisions
ions divisions were engaged in a desperate at attempt
tempt attempt to pierce the French center.
The engagement lasted thirty-six
hours when the Bulgarians retired all
along the line.
Many Monastir inhabitants "are pre preparing
paring preparing to leave.
WLTOII'SJOlECIIOIl
His Version of the Recent Unfortun Unfortun-ate
ate Unfortun-ate Affair at Sparr ,,,
. Wissahickon Grove,
Sparr, Fla., Nov. 15, 1915.
To the Editor Ocala Banner:
I am very grateful for the temper temperate
ate temperate and kind article, appearing in
your issue of the 13th, in reference to
the accounts published in certain
newspapers, copies of which you sent
me, of a recent case of theft of fruit
from the John Kendig grove, of which
I have been the t superintendent for
many years.
The offending parties trespassed on
our property, going to and returning
from a temperance? contest, held at
Greenwood, on the evening of the 7th,
taking fruit and mutilating the trees
by breaking the limbs the latter be being'
ing' being' more serious than the theft of the
fruit. A
On the road to the meeting the
boys entered the grove, took the
fruit, and one of them lost his watch
during this action. At the church,
where the meeting was held, one of
the party, under whose charge the
boys were, made the statement that
they had stopped on the way to
"swipe" some oranges; and, on their
return, re-entered the grove, recover recovered
ed recovered the watrh. and took more fruit, the
,
latter action being witnessed by an
officer of the law and about a dozen
residents of Sparr, who were In the
rear of the party committing the de depredation.
predation. depredation. I would fail in my duty if I did not
protect the Interests of this property,
and as for several years I have been
greatly annoyed by the theft of fruit,
determined to take such action as
would put a stop to it.
The officer in question phoned me
the following morning, giving me in information
formation information about it, advising that he
could learn the Identity of the offend
ing parties, and I authorized their ar arrest,
rest, arrest, although at the time I was una unaware
ware unaware who they were.
After they were taken into custody,
at the solicitation of the ladies, in
whose charge they were, the officer
brought the entire party to the
grove, to see me, and I was mortified
to find the boys the sons of men
whom I have favorably known for
twenty-five years. I at once realized
that it was a boyish prank, and their
thoughtless action should have been
; restrained and prevented by the older
! members of their party.
The boys
acted In a manly way before me, and
fully acknowledging their guilt and
expressing their regret, I felt their
experience had been a valuable les lesson,
son, lesson, and told the officer, In their pres-

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Press)
FIRST SQUADRON WILL LEAVE
THIS WEEK FOR A PRACTICE
CRUISE
(Associated Press)
Fort Still, Okla., Nov. 16. Six
aeroplanes, the .first aeroplane squad squadron
ron squadron of the United States army, wilt
Thursday via the aerial route for
Fort. V, Sam Houston, ,the permanent
headquarters of the squadron. The
fteet will only, make ninety miles a
day so the supply, automobiles can
keep up.
ence, to take them before the justice
of the : peace and quash all proceed proceedings,
ings, proceedings, as I held no unkind feeling
against the boys, and am most sym sympathetic
pathetic sympathetic with them and their parents,
fully realizing that if their car had
not been stopped, this affair would
not have occurred.
I will not attempt to answer the
many misstatements contained In the
published articles referred to, except
the capital that Is attempted to be
made out of my supposed attitude on
the temperance question and the uncalled-for
and unkind allusions made
about my employer and the owner of
the property, John Kendig, of Phila Philadelphia.
delphia. Philadelphia. As is well known, I have strenuous strenuously
ly strenuously opposed the liquor interests and al always
ways always have and am now, lending my
aid and most hearty support to the
temperance 'cause, and have never
been approached by anyone, allied
with that iniquity, soliciting my aid or
influence.
Bringing the name of Mr. John
Kendig-Into this affair, in the manner
published, shows that the attempted
reproach on his character was made
by one entirely unacquainted with the
facts, for wherever ne is known he Is
recognized as an open and fearless
advocate of the temperance cause,
and a Christian gnt'em?n, whose in interest
terest interest in this community for about
thirty years, in every move for its
uplift and help, has never waned, an anticipating
ticipating anticipating in a most generous and lov loving
ing loving way. Its welfare in every direc direction.
tion. direction. I deeply deplore the publicity giv given
en given this affair, and regret that those
responsible for it did not first ascer ascertain
tain ascertain the facts before subjecting Mr.
Kendig and myself to such unfair and
false accusations, and will thank you
to publish this letter and request the
publishers of the other papers to also
publish it, giving it the same promi prominence
nence prominence they bestowed on the original
article.
Very respectfully,
t GEO. I CARLTON, Su&t.
TIRES AND TUBES VULCANIZED
Do not wait; bring your tires and
tubes to me NOW and have them
properly vulcanized a3 .soon as the
need appears. We do thewprk right
?.nd GUARANTEE results. Davie3,
the Tire Man. 4-tf
Don't shiver in the cold. Buy a
stove from the Marion Hardware Co.
and keep warm. 11-16

AMERICAN FLEET
OF fflPLAHES



TWO

OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1915

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
IL &, Carroll, General Mi jager Port V. Learengood, Business Manager
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofike 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. ...... .50
Berlin reports that the Amir of
Afghanistan i3 preparing to invade
British India.
We are sorry this better babies j
business did not begin sixty or seventy!
years ago. If it-had, some of us old
guys might be mighty fine men now.
Skouloudis and his cabinet, now in
power in Greece, have, it is said,
threatened to intern the allied troops
that have landed at Saloniki. In
event of any attempt to carry out the
threat being made, the allies would
intern Greece in short order.
Mr. Wm. J. Bryan will go to Miami
for the winter. If he will remain
there all winter, fishing, enjoying the
beautiful scenery and unsurpassed
climate until some time next April,
both he and the country will be better
off.
Every American has a right to sym sympathize
pathize sympathize with whichever side suits him
until Uncle Sam takes a hand. Then
he must stand up for Uncle Sam or
be a traitor Times-Union.
There couldn't anybody possibly
have expressed it any better in the
same number of words.
All public-spirited white men in
America will regret the death cl
Booker T. Washington, the foremost
man of his race. He tried to lead
the colored people in the best path
to help themselves and be friends
with the whites.
According to correspondents of
leading papers, the people of the sec second
ond second North Carolina district are very
discontented by the stand taken by
their representative, Congressman
Kitchin, in his opposition to the pres president's
ident's president's national defense plan.'
The Germans who a few months
ago were foaming at the mouth over
President Wilson's messages regard regarding
ing regarding the Lusitania are now praising
him for a statesman because of his
note to Britain regarding interfer interfer-ence
ence interfer-ence with American commerce. Hav Having
ing Having been coolly informed that they
had committed murder on the high
seas, it of course relieves their feel feelings
ings feelings some to have their enemies call called
ed called robbers.
One of the British cruisers which
maintains a virtual blockade of the
American coast came near making an
awkward mistake the other night.
While steaming along the coast from
New York to Norfolk, it hailed and
ordered to lay to a big vessel which
suddenly loomed up thru the mist.
The vessel proved to be the American
battleship Texas, which instead of
We Want YOU
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
GBYTL
Every day we will give a
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
at our expense. Watch the
columns of the Star for
your name.
Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works

(Foreign)
One 3Tear, in advance. .
Six months, in advance....
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance....

.$8.00
4.25
, 225
, 0
stopping' cleared for action. The cap captain
tain captain of the British cruiser realized
his mistake and sheered off. He
came near making the same grievous
error that caused the British cruiser
Little Belt to be shot to pieces by an
American frigate on that same coast
about 104 years ago.
OCALA SHIPS A THOUSAND
BOXES OF ORANGES A DAY
The new packing house of the Ocala
Citrus Association is packing: and
shipping three carloads of oranges to
northern markets each week day.
This makes practically, a thousand
boxes a day of the golden fruit going
out of Ocala. The fruit is coming in
nicely from the groves. Three car carloads'
loads' carloads' of fruit in field boxes arrive
daily. These cars have to be unload
ed, three more cars loaded again with
empty field boxes and started back to
the groves and yet three other cars
loaded with the packed fruit, making
nine carloads handled at the packing
house per day. There are. nearly
fifty people there now, as busy as
they can be, and the machinery is
working in perfect tune and the crew
i3 getting into fine shape, improving
on .their work each day, Manager
Barnes says.
The liquor dealers of Ocala are all
average good men, and some of them
are very good men indeed. They are
mostly enterprising, charitable and
public-spirited. If they were in any
other business, both they and the
community, would be much better off.
All the dangerous and disreputable
elements of a town inevitably grav gravitate
itate gravitate toward the saloon business. It
is a suspect in every part of the
world and before many years it; will
be an outlaw.
The postmaster at Winnetka, 111.,
who removed the assistant postmas postmaster
ter postmaster because i that official criticised
President Wilson's engagement to
Mrs. Gait, has no place in the demo democratic
cratic democratic party. It is not good taste in
any gentleman to make disparaging
remarks about the approaching wed wedding,"
ding," wedding," but it is European flunkery to
take official notice of such remarks.
It is hardly necessary to say that Mr.
Wilson is entirely above noticing
such things.
The principal effect sinking the An An-cona
cona An-cona will have will be to make the
Italians more angry and make the
world in general put the Austrian
navy in the same class of baby kill killers
ers killers that has since the sinking of the
Lusitania been held exclusively by the
Germans.
.... '.--,-r :
It will probably surprise Americans
to know that we have a peace treaty
with Great Britain that will enable
,that power to put off for a year any
decided action in regard to Mr. Wil
son's protest against interference
with American commerce. That
treaty was put thru by the benign in
fluence of Mr. Bryan, and unless dis
regarded puts" a block and chain on
any move to rid our commerce of an
incubus.
The saloon men are making one big
mistake if they think they are going
to drive all the colored people like so
many sheep to the polls Dec. 7. The
better class of the colored people are
lining up with the drys. At Mount
Moriah ch'urch Sunday night,, Rev. A.
L. James, pastor of the church and
Principal Barnwell of Fessenden
Academy spoke in no uncertain terms
for the best interests of their race.
Rev. James told about the paper be being
ing being found which promised some col colored
ored colored man $50 to carry a certain pre precinct
cinct precinct dry and asked if it wa3 possible
that any in that audience was willing
to sell himself so cheaply. He also
reminded them that if the county
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(VOieU wei, LUC Uiauic nuuiu ue iaiu vj-i
ithe shoulders of the colored men, and
j that if-it went dry, theirs would be
1
the honor.
1
j Mister Moxley of Martel precinct is
! to have twenty iron men for his work
in trying to keep Marion county wet,
and if the booziferous element pre prevails,
vails, prevails, he is to have fifty. There are
thirty-two precincts in Marion county
and with a Mister Moxley in each of
the smaller, and two or three up to

a dozen Mi3ter Moxleys in the bigger
ones, a right smart of money, donated
by the liquor dealers and brewers of
the North should be turned loose
among us if we keep the county damp,

This next-to-a-pimp business has paid
few individuals pretty well in the
past one thrifty precinct heeler, so
we are told, has saved his tainted
simoleon3 and built him a fine house,
But the Mister Moxleys are generally
r th a i i v.n

improvuieni; xney nave mue use lor one, that whenever we cause any un un-coin
coin un-coin except to ring it on the bar, so just aspersion to be cast on any man.

most of it goes back to the booze fac- we regret it and are entirely ready to
tories of other states, with many make amends.
other dollars of more honorable men,' Our views of the matter were ob ob-who
who ob-who work and vote for John Barley- tained by telephone from responsible
corn without even a rebate. Parties at Snarr. Thev Aid nnf

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MR. CARLTON'S MISTAKE
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We publish elsewhere a letter from

Mr. George L. Carlton of Sparr to the secution, all the same, and we have
Ocala Banner, defending, he :; says, nt yet received from them any no no-himself
himself no-himself and his employer, Mr. Ken- tice that they have changed their
dig, from the charge published in? minds.-.-
certain newspapers (meaning, pre-1 Mr. Carlton, in his letter, has not

sumably, the Star for one) that he
and Mr. Kendig were in alliance with
the wets, etc. r
We are not in the least bound to

publish Mr. Carlton's letter. Our es- plained why an officer was sent to a
teemed contemporary the Banner, for 'city a hundred miles away to arrest
reasons that we cannot comprehend, them, when they could have been call call-has
has call-has given its readers to understand into the justice court at Sparr by
that the Star has been among those a telephone message. He has not ex ex-accusing
accusing ex-accusing Mr. Carlton and Mr. Kendig plained why they were arrested in a
of aiding the wets in the persecution spectacular manner, and one calculat calculat-of
of calculat-of Mrs. Washburn and her friends. eJ to cause them great mortification

The only reference made by the Star

to Mr. Kendig was to say he owned reproach on the cause they repre repre-the
the repre-the grove, and all the reference it rented. It is probable that he can't

made to Mr. Carlton was to say that
he was manager of the grove, that he
had been annoyed by orange thieves,
and had expressed his annoyance, and
that when he discovered who the
parties were, he had the prosecution
dismissed.
Also, according to newspaper
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ethics, whenever the Star criticises
any person, it is bound to afford him
space to answer, explain or confute
the criticism. Mr. Carlton did not
send his answer to the Star. He sent

it to the Banner, and we would be
strictly correct if we did not notice it.
We prefer to overdo rather than
underdo fairness' hnwpvpr sr ira
publish Mr. Carlton's letter, and say.
in addition, as we would say of any
'cuse Mr. Kendig nor Mr. Carlton of
, being implicated in any persecution
of Mrs. and Miss Washburn and the
two boys, but they considered it per-
given any explanation why these two
' women and two boys, all well known
;and respected, were treated like so
many horse thieves. He has not ex-
and extreme inconvenience, and bring
explain these things, but it is also
probable that somebody at Sparr or
in Ocala can. A
It is not out of place to say that
Mrs. Washburn has a clear case for
damages against the parties who
'caused her arrest. She was not with
! the party who entered the grove, but
; several miles off at the time, and if
' she decides to bring suit the parties
!to blame for the trouble she has been
'subjected to will probably be sorry
; they were not more careful.
SHEROUSE FOR SHERIFF
At the solicitation of a number of
the strongest men in the northern
ngrt
of. the county, Mr. David T.
c'i. nU- axaa
"a "-3.uc"u,:u
,ter the race at the spring primary for
the office of sheriff of Marion county.
county.
'Dave,
as he is known to his in-
' umaie menas was Dorn In n
j. m a-. t - -v r
county and has lived here all his life.
For the past ten years he has been
f v,Q ,4.;
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ment of the county and district in
which he lives. He served three years
as marsnai 01 ltra, was deputy
sheriff under Sheriff Gordon, served
f e.v!rai y a& conauie ox m ux3-
trice, occupiea tne mayor s cnatr 01
iCitra one term, and 13 now district
'constable, having been recently ap-
pointed by Governor Trammell.
Mr. Sherouse's record as a public
official will make him a strong con
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best known. He will make his formal
announcement at the proper time.
It is said the reason why Chinese
wear pigtails is that the fashion was
imposed on them by their Mongolian
conquerors several centuries ago.
The Chinese were servants to the
Mongols, an"il ?- bodied Mongol,
by gathering kScJen pigtails
in one hand whilHSvjrished a
bludgeon or sword in the could
drive as many. Chinamen' as he,
hold pigtails. Americans who are
averse to this country putting itself
in position to defend itself should be begin
gin begin to cultivate pigtails at once.
Mr. W. W. Bugbee from Michigan
has returned and taken up his resi residence
dence residence for the winter at his cozy cot cottage
tage cottage on the Silver Springs road. Mr.
Bugbee purchased this property last
year through Mr. 12. E. Dobbs and
looks forward to a happy winter. He
will plant a little garden and raise a
few fancy chickens for pastime. For
years in his home state Mr. Bugbee
was engaged in orphanage work, par particularly
ticularly particularly along the line of placing
children in good homes. Thi3 speaks
well for him, and we welcome him as
a citizen, hoping that he will continue
along the lines of social welfare with
us.
MEETING OF THE
AUXILIARY BOARD
The Auxiliary Board of the Marion
County Hospital will hold a meeting
at Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski's at
3 o'clock on Wednesday. All mem members
bers members are urged to be present.
Mrs. C. L. Anderson.
The Philathea class of the Baptist
Sunday school will be glad to receive
orders for paper flowers. If you are
planning to decorate your car or float
for the fair parade, you will do well
to consult Mrs. W. A. Goin, who will
have charge of the work.
Wait for Rheinauers Fair
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OC ALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

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

Thought for the Day
Let others cheer the winning man,
there's one I hold worth while,
Tis he who does the best he can, that
loses with a smile.
Beaten he is, but not to stay down
with, the rank and file.
The man will live another day who
loses with a smile.
' Arthur Beer.

It well nigh compensates for suf suffering
fering suffering to have the many expressions
of interest and sympathy that are be being
ing being extended to Mrs. T. T, Munroe in
her recent accident. The phone at her
home and in the home of her phy physician
sician physician are in almost hourly use, ask asking
ing asking her condition, and her home is a
bower of loveliness with many beauti beautiful
ful beautiful flowers, sent in by friends. We
are glad to report that Mrs. Munroe
is comfortable and passed a good
night.
Mrs. Lew Lyons, nee Bessie Porter
and Miss Marguerite Porter, recent recently
ly recently gave a "Southern Evening" at the
DesMoines, la., Woman's Club, which
received very high praise from the
press. Miss Porter sang southern
songs and plantation ballads and
Mrs. Lyons gave a number of dialect
readings. The Sunday edition of the
DesMoines Register had a handsome
picture of Miss Porter and numbered
her among "the popular visitors in
society circles."1
'.'
Bishop Gray, formerly of Orlando,
is spending this week with relatives
and Philadelphia. During the latter
part of the week he will go to New
Jersey, thence to New York for an ex extended
tended extended visit before returning to his
southern home in Nashville. On Fri Friday
day Friday the bishop is to attend by special
request a commemoration of the
100th anniversary of the consecration

of the Rt. Rev. John Croes, D. D.,j

first bishop of New Jersey. 'Bishop
Gray is a great nephew of Bishop
Croes and inherited the latter's Epis-
i i i i a

copai rooes wnicn ne nas Deen asxea
to wear on this occasion.
Miss Rosebud Robinson was the
charming hostess of the Tuesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon auction club at the home of

her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Robinson,-
today. Miss Robinson's guests
included only the club members, who
are Misses Helen Brown, Dorothy

Schreiber, Nellie Gottlieb, Kathleen
Jackson, Mary McDowell, Ellen
Clarkson, Mrs. Herbert Lattner and
Mrs. R. N. Dosh. The two tables were
placed in the sitting room and at the
close of the afternoon's pleasures
delicious sandwiches and tea were
served by the hostess, assisted by her
mother and sister, Miss Fanny Robin Robinson.
son. Robinson. The club pribe for the afternoon
was a gaily decorated coat hanger.
Lovely Party for Ocala Young Ladies
Says the Gainesville Sun of today:
"Complimenting Misses Annie At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson and Virginia Sistrunk, of
Ocala, Mrs. J. M. Dell entertained at
408 Roper avenue, yesterday after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, at a bridge party. The two
tables were arranged for the guests
in the living room, which was beau beautifully
tifully beautifully adorned in yellow and white
chrysanthemums, effectively combin combined
ed combined with fern. Several games of pivot
bridge were played, at the conclusion
of which the players holding top
scores were presented with dainty
handkerchiefs. These were won by

great hit. By request it will be re repeated
peated repeated in the city theater and then
go to Gainesville, where they have
the promise of a full house. Miss
Lydie McDoughal of this city is
director of the school of expression
and Ocala is duly proud of her suc success.
cess. success. Why not invite the cast to come
down and give an evening at the
Temple theater?
We understand that Dr. L. F. Bla Bla-lock
lock Bla-lock has sold his home on Oklawaha
avenue to Mr. J. E. Johnson. We re regret
gret regret to give up such a family as the
Blalocks, but are glad to know that

the genial Jim Johnson and his inter

esting household are now a fixture in
Ocala.
(Concluded on Eighth Page)

Tll'S U 170 RK

MRS. WALTER HOOD,

"Social Service"
Not what we give but what we share;
The gift without the giver is bare.
Who gives himself with his alms feeds
three, ;
Himself, the hungry one and Me.
And this is social service. That
form of effort, for man's betterment

Miss Martha Bailey of Monticello, cc . aA A

and Mrs. Edmund Wellmgton. Thejsuch the sodal .application' Df
latter graciously presented ners toChristian principles and
is a new
Miss Marion Gay, of Jacksonville. f ... ...

The honorees were also recipients of, e 1

pretty handkerchiefs. The tables

and service which is as old as Chris

tianity. y..
What warrant is there for social
service in the Bible? Jesus said:
"The spirit of the Lord God is
upon me, because he anointed me to

lo, Marion Gay of Jacksonville, Eliz- f .
, !rm t r tj j nr ,r j hath sent me to proclaim release to
abeth Taylor, Mrs. Edmund Welling-. h recovering of sicht
ton, Mrs. F. R. Hartsfield, Mrs. W. M. e : Z 7Tk !!?
' nr T-.J j to the blind, to set at liberty them
Dale and Mrs. A. M. Edwards. She , .

.... .... 1 Wauv Ui UlU. W V-ll7

Wit3 ill ciiucx taming au

were laid with embroidered linen cov covers
ers covers and a tempting lunch was served.
Mrs. Dell's guests were Misses An Annie
nie Annie Atkinson and Virginia Sistrunk,
of Ocala, Martha Bailey of Monticel-

ing by Mrs. S. T. Dell.'

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ceptable year of the Lord."
Above is the example of Jesus him-

Mrs. Walter Hood entertained this '. 6. 6
,a , helping the needy, adjusting the re-
afternoon at a cycle tea, the proceeds .r &. ,
- . i nc j- .uations of men, and seeking to estab estab-to
to estab-to go to the missions of the Methodist ..
. 6 A. ;lish. justice among men.
church, the affair being confined a ... .

, .. .i i a .i I a jLttti ujl uctu aim nioi,ioa, uic
strictly to the members of that or-j -
. TT prevention of poverty and crime, the
ganization. Mrs. Hood's guests were,' . . .. .
0 n i provision for all of the conditions of

athy, Mrs. W. K. Zewadski, Mrs. John

Graham, Mrs. R. E. Layton, Mrs.
Frank Harris, Mrs. M. L. Mershon,
Mrs. George Martin, Mrs. Smith, Mrs.
Arthur Cobb and Mrs. B. H. Seymour.
Each lady was requested to bring her

sewing bag and the afternoon was

a clean, healthy moral and spiritual
life, the creation of a social atmos atmosphere
phere atmosphere which shall J induce a right
course of conduct, the adj'ustment of
men's relations in justice and broth brotherhood
erhood brotherhood are the chief items in social
service.

One person can study social condi-

7 -jtions, help other people to see things
the conclusion of the afternoon Mrs. xi. i A
""""v" as he sees them, seek to unite men in
Hood assisted by her sister, Mrs. Ze-!, ,. . ...
j 7 j -Jbehlf of practical measures, join with

wadski, served a delicious course of

sandwiches, cake and coffee

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JACKSONVILLE .FLORIDA

Mr. Tom Harris is expected home
during, the latter part of the week
from a seven months' stay in Duluth,
Minn., to spend the winter with his
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Harris
and family. v
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax have ar-

the trip from their home in Balti

more in their car and enjoyed the
journey very much.
. m m v- .,

Mrs. J. J. Gerig was the hostess

this afternoon of the reading club.
The new books have arrived and
actual study has begun.

those who are engaged in some form
of helpful service and be an active,
intelligent citizen in his own com community.
munity. community. And Rev. R. B. Eleazer of

; Tennessee, further tells us that in a

united way, we can have a federation
of the churches, which shall secure
unity of purpose and mass the con conscience
science conscience of the people at any one
point. The federation should have a

nvedand will again spend the tertration ,for dis tes It
in our city, occupying theWoodrow should gu port all righteous and faith.
house on East Fort King, They made ful officials. it should voice the con-

viction of the men of good will in the
community. Every community should
thus have in some visible form, not
only churches, but a united church of

i Christ in common service.
I These are the practical things that
can be done. Secure for every worker

one day's rest in seven; have a com-
, j mittee to censor all moving picture
cnarm-i ,

jaiiu oLiier. snows; equip a playground
i within half a mile of every home in

the city; make efficient the agencies
seeking to suppress gambling, the so-

Mrs. Etta Hood Robinson

ingly entertained tlie ladies of the
Presbyterian sewing circle yesterday
afternoon at the home of her sister,
Mrs. Thomas Sexton. .-'
-
Irs. D. M. Roberts left this after-

cial evil, alcohol, and all habit form forming
ing forming drugs ; see that there is a good

child labor law and that it is enforc-

. ,ed; have regular inspection of tene

mi o. uaigaiiinci in iuiuicuuii. --
m
Miss Alice Lynn Lewis of Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, a short story writer, of some lit little
tle little local fame, is registered at the

dormitory and will in all probability
spend the winter in our city.
;
"Billy's Bungalow," a comic sketch
put on by the school of expression of
Columbia College, Lake City, made a

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Bits of Byplay

By Lake McLake

Copyright, 1915, the Cincinnati
Enquirer

Betcha!
This life would be a merry jaunt.
From woe we'd all be free
Were we aa honest as we want
All other men to be.
Cincinnati Enquirer.
And all of us would now wear wing a
Like birds that pierce the blue.
If we would only do the things
Our neighbors want us to.
Nebraska State Journal.

In the Cocktails.
Why do they call these places roof
gardens? asked the old fogy. "Do
they raise any fruit in the gardens?"
"Sure! replied the wise guy. "They
raise brandied cherries.

ments and rooming houses; support
the juvenile court; conduct a syste systematic
matic systematic canvass of the community.
And as to our weaker race. It .is

jhigh time we became conscious of the

Macedonian in our midst. The needs
that lie all about us, so many and so
familiar that we have ceased to ob observe
serve observe them. Too often we have not

looked closely enough into his face to

discover in him a neighbor, a friend,
the man who works with us or for us,
the boy who runs our errands, the

woman who cooks our meals or sweeps
the floors.
And the immigrant. Are we ready
to receive them, and give them proper
religious, social and civic environ environment
ment environment and training ? This is a matter
of vast and growing importance to
the people of the gulf states.
The ultimate purpose of social ser service
vice service is to seek to create sucjh a social
order in the world as shall realize the
Christian ideal of human society, to

give each soul a true inheritance in
life, to develop a perfect life in a per perfect
fect perfect society and to make Jesus
Christ a fact in the universal life of
the world.

Cheer Up!
Don't stop to grumble and to eigh.
Be thankful that you're getting by.
For If a man had his own way.
He'd be In trouble every day.

Huh!
"I was once a respectable man,"
whined the hobo as he touched the
passerby for a dime. but me friends
hasn't seen me face fer ten years.
"I don't doubt that at all, replied
the passerby. "Don't you ever intend
to wash it?"
-Paw Know Everything.
"See here, eaid Willie to his paw,
"I have a question that will vex:
When girls eat onions that are raw.
Can you call them the weaker sex?"

The Wise Fool.
' The man who remains at the foot is
a failure in his chosen line of work.'
observed the sage.
"Oh, I don't know replied the fooL
"How about the chiropodist?"

. Fact. : ::
Just fix this rimelet In your head.
And, don't abuse the booze.
For too much liquor that is red
Will give a man the blues.

Ouch!

; Dear Luke How would you like to

be sick in Middletown. O.? Dr. Blood.

Dr. Payne and Dr. Death all practice

in this town. Steve.

We Always Try To.
Dear Luke On Montgomery street.

Jersey City, you can see a tailoring es

tablishment over which appears this
sten: "Staloff the Tailor." Herald

Square.
Yes, That's the Idea.

. Maybe it might help some if we cut

out the foolish stuff about the bride

'promising to love, honor and obey and
amended the marriage service to make

her promise not to shoot her husband,
Cincinnati Enquirer.

Sort of entering into holy bonds to

keen the peace. New York Evening

Telegram.
Is That So? ;

Dear Luke I don't know how it is in
other families, but your blame column
causes a family quarrel every Sunday
morning in my household. I'll admit

that you tell the truth about us mar married
ried married men, but why tip our wives off?
Springfield. O.

, Names Is Names.
! O. Ratts is an attorney at Paoli, Ind.

Things to Worry About.
It takes 1.193 pounds of raw silk to
make the holy carpet for the annual
Mohammedan religious services.

Our Daily Special.
There is a big difference between
loud talk and forceful argument.

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

Luke McLuke Says:
When father kicks about the dinner
and mother slams it down on the table
and says. "Well, you can take it or
leave it." she means that he can go to
Halifax for all she cares.
You never heard of a man working
himself to death when he was work working
ing working for another man. '
There are lots of ideal husbands and
ideal wives in the world. But they are
seldom married to each other.
When he is single he has every
drawer in the chiffonier packed with
hi3 stuff and is crowded for room.
But after he gets married he is lucky
if his wife lets him have a half a
drawer to stow away what little he
owns!
What has become of the old fashion fashioned
ed fashioned man who used to worry for fear
the bicycle would make us a round
houldered race?
Tell a girl that she looks cute and
she will want to kiss you. Tell a man
that he looks cute and he will want to
kill you. ;
A man can be patient with my wom woman
an woman but the one he is married to.
A single man has to have a con conscience
science conscience to tell him when he has done
wrong.
But a married man doesn't need a
onscienre. lie can rely on his wife
telling him all about it.
Before she gets him she always
.rant to see the color of his eyes.
After she pets him all she thinks about
' the color of hi coin.
: When th?y a re first married she
-n-f pfs him with passionate showers of
':i sp.. But, about ten years later she
."p"t Mm' with passionate showers of
tn and crp und saucers.
Tire fashioned woman who didn't
r un it wiis loaded now has a daugh daugh-r
r daugh-r !m tlosn't know that she Is show show-rnjr
rnjr show-rnjr t'm.u;rb.

Real Worth vs. Low Cost

If you asked your butcher for
a porterhouse steak and he handed
you a cut of the flank and said,
This doesn't cost as much and
is just as good," you wouldn't
helieve him, would you?
Yet the butcher's statement
is just as truthful as the asser assertion
tion assertion that inferior baking pow powders
ders powders made of alum or phosphate
of lime are as good as Royal,
which is made from cream of
tartar.
Alum is a mineral acid salt,
declared by cany medical authori authorities
ties authorities unsafe to'use in food.
Royal Baking Powder is as
pure and wholesome as the vineyard
grapes from which its cream of
tartar is derived.
The only reason for us ins such
substitutes as alum and, line
phosphate is; because their -cost
is less to the manufacturer.

ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO,
New York

Cleaning a Mackintosh.
Mackintoshes, when dirty, can b
easily cleaned at home. Spread out
the garment flat on the table and
scrub with warm water and yellow
soap in --which a little carbonate of
ammonia has been dissolved. Rinse
In cold water and hang in the air to
dry. On no account put it near the
fire.

How Insects Breathe.
When a man breathes he uses hla
muscular strength to draw in the air,
and it is afterward forced out auto automatically.
matically. automatically. With insects, as a German
Investigator has just discovered, this
process is just reversed. In other
words insects take in the air automati automatically
cally automatically and exert muscular strength only
when they expel it.

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GEO. C. PASTEUR, Prop.
Quality audi Service
Special Attention Given to
DRY CLEAM1WG
No Extra Charge for Hurry Work
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Tickets on sale November 17 and 18th., good returning midnight
November 19th. Good on all trains, at rate of

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Children half fare. Usual baggage allowance will apply. For further in information
formation information call on .
M. R. WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND.
Ticket Agent, Ocala. Fla D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.

RL Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.

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Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MOUTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS tnd
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915

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During this FAIR WEEK SALE
there will not be any goods Ex Exchanged,
changed, Exchanged, CHARGED or sent out
co.d:
We ask you to please bear in
mind the above regulation of this
Sale when buying, as it will be em em-barrasing
barrasing em-barrasing to you and us if you for forget
get forget it.

A purchase of high grade
Silks enables us to offer
Taffettas, Failes, Paude Soie,
Pussy Willow Taffettas at
20 per cent, below prevail prevailing
ing prevailing prices. Following are
some special offerings:
36 inch wide Exposition Taffeta, 1.50
value, in this sale, per j "1 Q Q
yard ............ v
Peau de Soie, Black only, 36 inches
wide, a $1.50 value, per J 00
Dutchess Satin, 36 inches wide, black
only, in this sale at 00
40 inch Crepe de Chine, in white,
black and all the leading shades,
regular price $1.35 per QO
yard, in this sale..... ..
40 inch Crepe Meteor, all shades, reg regular
ular regular price $2 per yard, 1 AO
in this ale .......... P17
Special lot of Plain and Fancy Silks,
values ranging from $1 to CQ
$1.50 per yard, in this sale C
LADIES' SHOES
Prices reduced on all our
Shoes, wnich includes our
New Fall Line.
One lot of Ladies' High and Low
Shoes in broken sizes, at QQ
per pair. ............... C
Lot 2. In this lot are such shoes as
Wichert & Gardiner, Queen Quality
and Rico Shoes. All wel known and
popular brands. Values up to $4.
Special sale price on d 1 QP
this lot of shoes.....; vl 0
A new line of Fancy Boudoir Felt
Slippers; sizes 2 to 8; colors, Pink,
Blue, Red, Taupe, Black and Tan.
Regular price, $1.25 and QO.
$1.50. Special, per pair OC

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in this department we car carry
ry carry an assortment that ex excels
cels excels any line of its kind in
the city in Quality and in
style.
One lot of Coat Suits, all styles and
all colors. These suits are made of
the best materials and the values
range from $15 to $20. dT CfY
Sale price. .... ..... .. V wU
We have a few Coat Suits, ranging in
value from $16.50 to $18.50. In
the Fair Sale these suits will sell
at the remarkably 1 O CA
low price of....... VlO.UU
We have some Coat Suits that for formerly
merly formerly sold for $27.50 and $30 that
we are offering in the Fair Sale at
the attractive price O O E l
of...
Serge and Taffeta Combination Dress Dresses.
es. Dresses. All our $8.50 and $10 dresses
have been marked down in the. Fair
Sale. The sale price is, fy
Our $12.50 and $15 Dresses, the most
stylish in cut and made of the very
best material. Fair !J1 A Cfl
Sale price.......... PXUOU
Beautiful Evening Frocks. Colors,
Pink, Maize, Blue and Nile. Reg Regular
ular Regular price, '$14 to $15. S Q QC
1 Each......
Regular $6 Sport Coast, & O 7 E
now each. ........... P5 O
Regular $8 and $9 Coats, (? QQ
now...; '30l70
SILK SWEATERS
Colors: Red, Gold, Blue, Old Rose and
Green. These Sweaters sell reg regularly
ularly regularly at $12.50 each, but in this
sale we are offering dQ nn
them at P V UU
Regular $9.50 Sweaters, op
this sale for. vl uO
Special prices on all Wool Sweaters
for men, women and children.

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of First Class Merchandise. We have built
grade of goods made by standard' manufac

department, unrivaled assortments tolchoose fro

in everyepartment,; defy; matching. Qwing to

all articles; The few prices on

LADIcS' UNDERWEAR
v :vs ;V; ' :A -4-l.t Kr.
75c Ladies' Night Gowns, in Q-
v the Fair Sale for. OVC
$1.00 and $1.25 Ladies, Night Gowns,
a splendid value, in the 7t
Fair Sale for. .
$1.50 value Flannelette Gowns, just
the thing for this season of the
year. Our special sale price QO
on this gown is. .. . . JO C
$1 Flannelette Gowns, Fair 7Qkg
Sale price 57C
HSDEKY
One lot of Ladies' Hose at the
special price of, per pair. C
One lot Ladies Silk Boat Hose, all
colors, special price per
pair.
39c
One lot Ladies' Silk Lisle Hose, all
colors, regular value 35c, OO OO-per
per OO-per pair. ........ 3C
A good quality Black Ribbed 1 A.
per pair. vr C
Wayne Knit Pony Hose, in
this sale at, per pair.. . v
KID GLOVES
Kid Gloves in standard brands. Cen Cen-temeri,
temeri, Cen-temeri, Thef ausse and Chanut, reg regular
ular regular $1.50 quality, in all sizes
and colors, during thi3 d 1 1 Q
sale at.............. vl 'lw

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Regular $1.50 Kimonas, a splendid
value, all colors, in this QO
sale JO C
Regular $2.50 Blanket Bath Robe,
a warm, comfortable 1 QC
garment, each. ... ... P A ZJJ
Regular $4.50 Corduroy Bath Robe,
rose and navy. A real
$3.49
value, in this sale....
UNDERSKIRTS
Messaline and Taffeta, all colors,
$3.50 values. The season's most
stylish garments. Spe- 1 QO
cial sale price, etch.. PJL J0
100 Heatherbloom and Sateen Under
skirts, black and all the leading
shades, $1.50 quality. Fair
89c
Sale price
TABLE D A MAS ft.
Mercerized Table Damask, 35c value,
good quality, during this Ol
sale, per yard 1C
Better Grade Table Damask, 60c val value,
ue, value, during this sale at O "t
" per yard ...... . .... .. OiC
Best Grade Table Damask, 75c value,
during this sale at per CO
. yard OuC
Special 72 inch, all linen Table Da Damask,
mask, Damask, regular $1.35 per yard val value,
ue, value, (we have napkins to match),
during this Fair Sale at QQ
per yard... vOC

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Axminster Velvet-Rugs. Size 9 by 12.
Regular value, f27. QOO CO
Sale price ... .V A P wv
Tapestry Rug., Size 9 by 12. Regular
price, $15. special CIO EZf
sale price . fi. JL mJJ
Smaler size rugs reduced in propor proportion.
tion. proportion. -We have'a large stock ana you
will be pleasedTwith the assortment
and designs.
$2.50 Double Wool J3lan- 1 Of
ketvsale price, each. P 1 UU
$3.50 Double Wooilan- C
kets, sale price; each.. vOu
$1.75 Double Wool 31an- Q-j q
kets, sale price, each. JL J. 5
One lot of good quality Comforts. All
colors. $2.00 values, C 1 "' 1 Q
sale price, each !..... P X JL
Regular $15 Counterpanes, &
at each............;... OJ?C
Regular $2 Counterpanes, jJJ
Regular $20 Counterpanes, a splen-
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TOWELS

Good Quality Huck Towel, regular
10c value, during thi3 sale C
at each. ......... OC
Regular $1.75 per dozen Towels,

during this 1 air Sale Q1 In
at per dozen... ......

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First-Quality
81 x 90 inches,
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First Quality si,
90x90 inch?.?,
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Second Ouality
72x90 inches,
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Made of Georgette Crepe
de Chine. Speci .! prka,
each. ..............
As an extra special we
36-inch Plaids and She;
in this sale at the low r
of, per yard



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la for Thirty ;iXears as the largest distributors
normous business by carrying only the highest
!n this sale we&offer unprecedent values in every
I trices that will prevail during this FAIR SALE,
iendous -stocK it is impossible to quote prices on
Nitty to ALWAYS UNDERSELL COMPETITORS.

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DOMESTIC SPECIALS
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Amoskeag Gingham Apron ; Checks,
A standard article. j? air oaie c v j
price per yard. .V.
Limit. 10 vards to a customer; fi ,rv
4-4 Sea Island Sheeting, at per-.-.c
yard .. ... vw
(Limit, 20 yards to a customer.)'-'4'
4-4 Standard Bleaching, -b regular
10c value. Our Fair Sale'J JU JU-price,
price, JU-price, per yard. . . .
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Standard Outing Flannels, 10c and 4 T(
I2c. oualitv. In the Fair Sale 5
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we will sell ten yards of 7Q r
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this outing flannel for. .
Sheer Linon Sherrette, 12V4c quality.
Ten yards in the Fair Sale gg
English Long Cloth, good J quality.'
Special for the Fair Sale, 7 C
ten yards for

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MIDDY BLOUSE
These Blouses are sold regularly at
$1.00 each, but we are .making the
special Fair Sale price ACkg
during fair week. . ... C
Kayser's Chamosette Gloves, in all
colors, in the Fair Sale at A Q

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mens underwear.
Men's Scriven Drawers, in
this sale for . ............ vr w
50c values in Men's Undershirts and
Drawers in Fleeced lined OC
and ribbed at...........
$1 values in Men's Derby Ribbed
Underwear, in this sale
at ....................
89c
$1 values in B. V. D.' Union Suits,
during ths Fair Sale at QQ
only ..... C
$1 values in Rocking Chair Suits
during this Fair Sale at CtCkg
only. JiJy
$1.50 -and $2 values in Rocking
Chair Suits, during this C1 1Q
Fair Sale at.........
BOY'S PANTS
$2.50 values in Boys' Pants, during
this Fair Sale at 1 QO
only.,. 1.50
$2.00 values in Boys' Pants, during
this Fair Sale at per d 1
pair, only. .......... Vl
$1.50 values in Boys' Pants, will go
daring this Fair Sale 'l 1Q
at only. . ..... ....... P p.
$1.00 values in Boys Pants, will go
during this Fair Sale OA
at only. ........ ... OZMK,
85c values in Boys Pants will go in
this Fair Sale at per
- pair. . ... . ....... .
65 c
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MEN'S SUITS

One lot Men's $27.50 'Suits, will go
in this Fair Sale atT21 75
One lot Men's $25.00 Suits will go in
this Fair Sale, for 1 Q 9 C
only. . . ...... i . i P JLZJ.J
Men's $22.50 and $25.00 Suits in this
Fair Sale at the low c y gc
price of. . ... ... ... "V
$18.50 and $20.00 Suits in this Fair
Sale a
sum of
Sale at the small "Ol y! QC
One lot $15.00 and $16.50 Suits in
this ;Fair Sale for J gQ
One lot of $12.50 and $15.00 Suits in
this Fair
Sale at
$8.69
only.
On a ndd lot of Suit3. which we will
offer during tYo sale QQ
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One lot Men's Overcoats, regular
$20 values, in this Fair jj 3 gg
One lot Men's Overcoats, regular $15
value, during this Fair d0 fQ
Sale at only ......... P O .O 57
mens pants. ... --
RAH RAH HATS
Childrens' Rah- Rah
this Fair Sale at
Hats, during
43 c
'only.. ..... ..
All 50c values in Boys' Caps dur during
ing during this Fair Sale, will go JC

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During our FAIR SALE we
will give, absolutely FREE, with
every purchase of

AND OVER
a ticket to the Marion County Fair
Remember this and tell your
friends about it

MEN'S PANTS
In this line you v. ill find
big bargains.
K.KO a $R 00 valness in Men's Pants.
during this Fair Sale at QQ
$4.50 to $5 values in Men's Pants,
durinfi this Fair Sale 0 AC
at only. .........
$3.50 to $4.00 values in Men's Pants
during this Fair Sale d0 AO
at only.............. W
One lot of $1.50 Kaki pants dur dur-this
this dur-this Fair Sale for jJ Jg
All $1 values in Khaki pants, Pin
Checked Trousers and uver- 7Q-
alls, in this sale for.
One lot of 85c Pincheck Overall
Pants, during this Fair
Sale for
55c
MEN'S SHIRTS
$2 and $2.50 values in Manhattan and
Eclipse Shirts, going 2f JC
in this sale for........ V UU
$1.50 values in Men's Shirts, going
during this Fair Sale g j
$1.00 values in Eclipse Shirts dur during
ing during this Fair Sale at OA
only............... Oi7
One lot of $1 and $1.50 Shirts, dur
ing this Fair Sale for
only
69c
All 50c values in Dress and work
Shirts, will go in this OQ n
sale at....
MEN'S SOCKS
50c Men's Interwoven Silk Socks,
during this Fair Sale at per
25c Men's Interwoven Lisle Socks,

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In our Men's and Boys'
Shoe Department we have
made some big reductions.
$6 and $7 Bannister Shoes, will go
during this rair aaie H:C VK
for.................
One odd lot of Bannister Shoes, in
this Fair Sale at Jp2 49
$5.00 values in E. T. Wright Shoes,
during this Fair bale c? A. 1 K
at only... PJ.
$5 values in Howard & Foster Shoes,
during this Fair bale gg
$4 and $4.50 values in Howard & Fos Foster
ter Foster Shoes during this 0 7C
Fair Sale for........ P. U
SS.f;n and $4 values Snon Shoes, dur-
. ing this Fair Sale at J5
Elk Skin Work Shoes, regular $2.50
value, during this Fair $1 OA
Sale at only. ...vIOJ
Elk Skin Work Shoes, $3 value, dur during
ing during this Fair Sale at OC
only Pi mtiJ
One lot of Boys Shoes, values from
$1.50 to $4, during this AA
sale at only. . . ...... Vyu
B0YSVSU1TS
Here is another depart department
ment department that has been subject
to big reductions.
$10.00 values in Boys' Suits, sizes
from 7 to 18 years, dur- C Q f C
ing this sale for; ....
1 8 n Q ftft rnlnPS in BoVS Suits.
j during this sale for g5
$6.50 to $7.50 values in Boys' Suits
j during this Fair Sale gg Qg
? $5 to $5.50 values in Boys' Suits,

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OGALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER -16.' 1515

I fere air fc TteHte di ilv Starfir I

J : IT iycslS 11 (IPlill kills 1

It Kicks Uk a Mult and Can Swallow
a 8nak Whole.
The rarest and most valuable birds In
the New York zoological garden are
the strange pair of secretary birds quar quartered
tered quartered in the ostrich house "Secretary

birds" they are called because of the
crest of long dark plumes that rise
from the back of their heads, givlug
them the appearance of a clerk with
bunch of quill feathers behind his ear
It's an aristocratic name, but the th'i g
that makes the secretary bird vaiuabU
la not his looks. ; The natives of South
Africa lore him because he can kick
Eke a mule." ;v
;,Toss Into his cage a snake, no matter
how Tlcious. and the fight begins im im-aaediately.
aaediately. im-aaediately. The bird cautiously ap
proaches -the -snake with wings wide widespread
spread widespread to escape the sudden lunges by

flight if necessary. Once, twice, three

times nerhaDs the snake lunges. The

bird darts back, waiting his chance

At last It comes, and one of those long,
bard legs shoots out like the hoof of a

male, landing squarely on the snake's

bead. It reels and falls back stunned

to be knocked out completely by a sec

ond blow. And then its victor pro

ceeds to swallow It whole.
In South Africa the birds are regard regarded
ed regarded as a great protection. They are af

fectionate mates and always travel to together.
gether. together. When pursued they spread

their wings and make off over the

around with the speed of a running j

horse. Every Week.

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INDIAN SUMMER.

The Term May Have Had Its Origin In

the Far East. '-,

The origin of the term "Indian sum-1

xaer," like that of the word "blizzard,"

baa beO the subject of much research.

It has been traced back only as far as

the latter part of the eighteenth cen

tury, and it did not become common

until after the first decade of the nine
teenth. ::. .

Many explanations of the name have

been offered, all of which assume that

the term "Indian" used in this connec
tion refers to the American Indians.
A recent note in the Monthly Weath

er Review calls attention to a totally

different use of this term, in which the

reference 13 not to the American In Indians,
dians, Indians, but to East India.
Under the British board of trade reg

ulations one of the load lines marked

cn ships bears the initials "L S" this

being the maximum depth to which

vessels can be loaded for voyages dur

ing the "Jndian summer"!, e., the fine

season in the Indian seas."

How long has the term "Indian sum

mer" been used in this sense? It Is j
riot recorded In any dictionary nor ap-1

parently in any work on meteorology
Is it possible that our autumnal In

dian summer was so named by sailors

or travelers who saw in it a resem

blance to the fine weather attending I

the northeast monsoon in India?

(ff)WN your own car, pay for it as you use itthat's the whole
story. You acquire property you buy a home you even
furnish it on the same basis. Then why not an automobile?
I have supreme confidence in the permanency of the wonderful Maxwell or organization
ganization organization and in the performance of the Maxwell automobile. I knowphat it
represents the greatest "dollar-for-dollar" value to be found anyvhere.
That's why I have selected the Maxwell as the most logical car for my "Pay-as-You-Ride"
policy. I know your satisfaction in the Maxwell will increase day
after day and year after year throughout the entire life of the car.

This Policy
a Sensation
in OCALA

When to Stop Advertising.
An English Journal requested a num

ber of the largest advertisers to give

their opinions concerning the best time
to stop advertising, and the following

replies were received:

When the population ceases to mul

tiply and the generation that crowded
on after you and never heard of, you

stops coming on.

When you have convinced everybody
whose life will touch yours that yoa

have better goods and lower prices

than he can get anywhere else.

When you stop making fortunes sole solely
ly solely through the direct use of this mighty

gent.

When younger and fresher houses in

your line cease starting up.

When you would rather have your
own way and fail than take advice

and win.

. A Candid Caller.

A small boy had been coerced Into
making an afternoon call with his

mother. He had rebelled vehemently

over the calling business, saying: "Aw,

what you want to make me go there

for? She hasn't any boys, and it won't

be any fun."

But, dressed in his best suit, he had

put on his company manners and had

behaved very well Indeed, and when

their hostess served refreshments he

began to feel glad that he had come.

When it came time to leave he held

out his hand, saying gallantly:

"Goodby; I've had a good time" and
then. ; right while his young mother

was beaming her approval, he added

honestly "a whole lot better time

than I expected to have." Indianapo

lis News.

I say "a sensation" because it shat shatters
ters shatters the one barrier that has always
stood between the man of moderate
means and the possesion of a leliable
motor car. It ends the sacrificing of

your savings the danger of financial disaster that results from
tieing up a large amount of money in almost anything but gold
bonds or real .estate.
It enables you to know the benefits of the automobile in business
and pleasure, by extending to you the privilege of completing
your actual investment after your purchase as you can af af-ord.
ord. af-ord.

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Already the phenomenal sales ofi he 1916
Maxwell show an absolute buying stam stampede
pede stampede to the "Wonder Car
The 1916 Maxwell is be ond all question the
car ol lowest first-cost and lowest after-cost
and it has reduced all economy red or ds for:
1ST MILES PER GALLON OF GASOLINE.
2ND MILES PER GALLON OF LUBRICATING OIL.
3RD MILES PER SET OF TIRES : ;
4TH LOWEST YEAR-IN AND YEA R OUT REPAIR BILLS 2

Positively
Your Real
Opportunity

Never before has such an
opportunity been yours.
Never before was such a
real dependable, nation

ally-popular automobile offered on this plan.
This offer merits your consideration. It is sound, sensible, bona bona-fide.
fide. bona-fide. For every man even of moderate means- it is an excep exceptional
tional exceptional business proposition.
At least, let's talk it over. Let me prove to you the value of the
offer personally. It will not place you under any obligation to
purchase.

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FOR POWER, SPEED, FLEXIBILITY, STAMINA, BEAUTY,
LUXURY AND COMFORT, THE 1916 MAXWELL HOLDS POSI POSITIVE
TIVE POSITIVE SUPREMACY. COME IN AND GET COMPLETE FREE

DETAILS.

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NOTHING EXTRA TO BUY BUT THE LICENSE

The 1916 Maxwell is completely equipped. Electric Starter, Electric
Lights, Demountable Rims, High-tension Magneto, Improved Instru Instrument
ment Instrument Board with all instruments set flush, "One-man" Mohair Top,
New Streamline Design, Wider Front and Rear Seats, Handsome
Rounded Radiator and Hood. Every feature and refinement of
cars selling at twice its price. The 1916 Maxwell full five passen passenger
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A Banevolent Refusal.

"Senator, I wish yon would give me

a job as your private secretary.

- "Oh, my boy, responded the oily

senator, "don't get mixed up with the

government service. Nothing to It

Bains a young man. Besides, I have
promised that position to my son."
Kansas City Journal.

Have you subscribed yet for the

Youth's Companion for 1916? Now

i is the time to do it, if you are not al already
ready already a subscriber, for you will get

Cynical.
"Is he a good after dinner speaker?"
"If there is such a thing as a good
after dinner speaker I presume you'd
call him one. Detroit Free Press.

Naturally.
"I saw Mabel buying rouge the other
day."
"That gives color to the report that
she paints." Baltimore American.

Man's Adventurous Side.
There is always a temptation to
cross a bridge which has been con condemned,
demned, condemned, man being an adventurou?
cuss at heart. Atchison Globe.

The confidence we have iu ourselves
gives birth to much of that we bnre ir
ethers. La Rochefoucauld.

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the house which they can spare, will
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OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER IS, 1515

SEVEN

A Modern Lady
of Lyons
By MAR1HA V. MONROE

WACAHOOTA

GOING ROUND THE WORLD.

An auto drvve. up to a building occu occupied
pied occupied as lodgings In Rome, and the oc occupant,
cupant, occupant, a lady, .said to the chauffeur:
"Go up to the rooms of Signor Vis Vis-eonti
eonti Vis-eonti and tell him that Miss Flynn is
waiting for him."
The chauffeur disappeared and re returned,
turned, returned, followed by an I tajian perhaps
thlrtj years of age and handsome as a
picture. Instead of looking pleased at
the appearance of the girl in the car he
knit his brows.
"Come for a drive," she said.
"I cannot," he replied as though an annoyed.
noyed. annoyed. "Shall be busy this afternoon."
"1 leave liome tomorrow. This Is
your last opportunity to be with me."
The man could not repress a look of
pleasure at this. lie hesitated, then

got Into the car and closed the door
behind him,
"Take the Appian way," said the
lady to the driver.
Alter threading several streets they
passed through a gateway and found
themselves on that great road which
centuries before had been the favorite
thoroughfare of the Romans. There
was little said between them. The
man made several efforts to start a
conversation, but they all failed. The
woman seemed preoccupied. If her
companion had been placed so as to
look her In the fa?e he would have seen
a dangerous glitter In her eye. As
they passed various objects of Interest
her companion endeavored to Interest
her In them. Corning to a columba'
rium, a building with niches within
for urns containing the ashes of the

dead, he proposed that they alight and

Inspect it : i
"No," she replied; "I wish for a lar

ger cemetery today. We will visit the

catacombs."
Several miles from Rome there Is an
entrance to these subterranean cham chambers,
bers, chambers, and when they reached it they
left the auto and joined; a party of
sightseers. A guide led the way down
a marble staircase, and at the bottom
all were provided with candles. Miss

Flynn took position at the end of the
, line, which compelled her escort to do

the same. They passed through a nar narrow
row narrow corridor, on each side of which re reposed
posed reposed the bones of the early Chris
tians.

"Come," said Visconti; "we shall be

left behind," as he noticed that his

companion loitered.

"Would It trouble you to be left
alone with me?" asked the girl by way

of reply. "When you were making

love to me at my home In Texas you
sought every opportunity to get away

from others with me."

The man's brow darkened, but he

made no reply. Coming to a place

: where the corridor divided. Miss Flynn
struck Into the one which the party

had not taken.

"Where are you going?" cried the

man. ; ".'

T am going where we shall not be

troubled with others."

"Heavens, Emily I Don't you know

what It means to be lost in the cata
combs?

"If you are afraid go after the oth

ers."

The man stood still; the girl went on.

He called to her, but she paid no heed

to him. Then he ran after her. She
had gone some distance, so far Indeed
that he saw only the dim light of her

candle. He followed faster and came

up with her standing in a space where

the corridor opened into a chamber.

Then she turned and faced him.
"Come back T he cried in terror.

"No; we will remain here. Once, at
my Jbome on the other shore of the
Atlantic, when we were standing on

the sands washed by the great gulf.

you said to me:

" I would rather die with you out

on the bosom of those waters than live

without you. N,ow I say to you

would rather die with you In these

subterranean labyrinths than live with

aut you."

The man paled. "You do not know

what you are saying," he pleaded.
"We are In danger. Already the guide

has led the party far from us. It will

be pure luck If we find them again.

If not we may wander here till we are

. starved."
"We will die together."
"My God! Are you in earnest?"

"were you m earnest wnen you

played Claude Melnotte to my Pauline

The only thing that saved me from be being
ing being your dupe was that jsou heard mj

father's cattle to be a hundred bead In

stead of thousands. You disappeared

as suddenly as you had come. You did

not know that he had sold his steers

tuid put the money into cotton. I came

. tu're to tell you in these catacombs tba
I am rich.'
"Rich!" .exclaimed the man.

"Yes; rich enough to buy you a pal

-. aco in the- heart of Rome. Rnt what is

" that to us now?"

'' "Nofhhi.s unless v,e can Bnd our way

out of here.

Te civiijUi'jted.i Then, assuming a

roup even morr cutting than before.

he told Lim tb:it she would die with

him In the catacombs, but would not

iive with him in the world above. Then

she b'ow out his candle and her own

They stood in darkness.

-.-.When the party of sightseers passed

' ti the st;tir!-a.e by. which they had de-

.e-endo;! thf '' ttuide. looking over his

fuck, !:i!:-.h1 two of the party, a mat

and n woman. Searchers were sent on

ti-t ::t t'.io r-hil of the second day. fonnc

." :itl!r:i YN mii fn n f.fr rf coll.ipe

Wacahoota, Nov. 10 The beauti beautiful
ful beautiful fall weather continues and the
farmers are through making hay and
cane grintding is the order of the day.

Dr. J. H. Alderman, Ford car con contractor
tractor contractor for Alachua county, delivered
two new cars in our community last
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. C. M.
Smith was recipient of one and Mrs.
V. P. Smith the other. They are very
handsome cars of the 1915 modeL A
competent chauffeur accompanied
each car and Messrs. Jim and Ced Ced-ric
ric Ced-ric Smith and Miss Rosalie Smith are
learning to rdn them with ease. They
have already taken a number of nice
trips and even honored ye scribe with
a lovely ride to Micanopy and Mcin Mcintosh
tosh Mcintosh Thursday, morning with Miss
Rosalie Smith at the wheel.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson and
son and Mr. Napoleon Smith of Wil Wil-liston
liston Wil-liston were Sunday visitors at Mrs. L.

M. Smith's. Mrs. Epperson and son

remained over several days with rela

tives, while the gentlemen .returned
to town in the afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith and

family and Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Smith

and family motored to Ocala Friday

and spent the day with Mrs. W. J.

dwards.
Mr. C. M. Smith, Mr. Cedrick

Smith, Mrs. M. R. Reck and Misses
Rosalie Smith and Ethel Senn form

ed a jolly shopping tour to Gaines

ville Saturday. They were guests of

Mrs. C. G. Mixon while in the city.

Messrs. V. P. Smith, B. T. Long and
M. Smith were transacting busi

ness in the -University City Saturday

morning. :

Mr. J. W. May and daughter Vida,

were Micanopy visitors to Mr. J. O.

yson's Sunday.
Mr. Neal Mathews and sister Marie

of Flemington attended services at

the M. E. church here Sunday after

noon and were guests of friends to

supper.

Mr. C. R. Curry was a business

visitor to Ocala Tuesday.

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The Gain or Loss of One Whole Day In
Making the Trip.
In sailing around the world eastward
the days are each a little less than
twenty-four hours, according to the

speed of the ship, as the sun is met
little earlier every morning. These lit little
tle little differences added together wih
amount to twenty-four hours. Tbb
gives the sailors an extra day not iu
imagination, but as an. actual fan.
They will have done an extra day's
work, eaten an extra day's ration of
food and enjoyed an extra night's
sleep.
On the other hand, in sailing west westward
ward westward the sun is overtaken a little each
day. and so each day is rather longer
than twenty-four hours, and clocks and
watches are found to be too fast. This
also will amount In sailing around the
world to the point of departure to one
whole day by which the reckoning has
fallen in arrears. The eastern bound
ship, then, has gained a day. and the
western bound ship has last one.
4 This strange fact, clearly worked out.
leads to the apparent paradox that the
first named ship has a gain of two
whole days over the latter, if we sup suppose
pose suppose them to have departed from port
and returned together. Westminster
Gazette.

FIVE DOLLARS REWARD!

IEALTH AND HAPPINESS
DEPEND UPON YOUR LIVER

Official National Anthem.
i Do you know the official national an anthem,
them, anthem, which is supposed to bring the
patriot to his feet?
No doubt you think you do. even, as

has been proved again and ag.n. when
more than two or three Americans are
gathered together, that no one knows
more than a phrase or two of the
words., but do you rise for "Hail Co Columbia,"
lumbia," Columbia," "My CountryTis of Thee."
or the "Star Spangled Banner?"
Of course I hear the army and navy
folk, familiar with regulations, say
"Star Spangled Banner;" but. Judging
from the actions of audiences at vaude vaudeville
ville vaudeville and movie shows recently, with
most It is a tossup between all three,
with the odds favoring evenly "Hail
Columbia" and "My Country." Which
one Is it, do you really know? Phila Philadelphia
delphia Philadelphia Ledger.

The home economics committee of
the Ocala Woman's Club will give
five dollars in gold to the person ex exhibiting
hibiting exhibiting at the Marion County Fair
the best home-manufactured labor-

saving device for use in the home.
Such articles as fireless cookers, ice ice-less
less ice-less refrigerators, egg testers, etc,,
have been put together by home in

genuity and there are doubtless

others in the homes throughout the j

county. Bring them in to the fair

and some one will get a five dollar
gold piece.
The only condition is that there
shall be at Jeast three competitors.
Our object is to do away with the old
saying:
"Man works from sun to sun
But woman's work is never done.
For further information write to
Mrs. W. T. Gary, Chairman,'
il-9-tf Ocala, Florida.

A. C L. SCHEDULE

NOTICE

That sluggish liver with its slug

gish flow of bils is what makes the

world look so dark at times. Dr.

King's New Life Pills go straight to

the root of the difficulty by waking up

he action of the liver and increasing

bile. Dr. King's New Life Pills cause
the bowels to act more freely find

drive away those "moody days." 25c.

a bottle. No. 1.

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

)lAIUON-DUNX MASONIC TiODGIB

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &

A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
8 :00 o'clock, until further notice.

A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad.
CHAPTER. .NO. 13, It. A, M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p.m. H. S. "Wesson, H. P.

Jake Brown. Sec'y.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

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

xneetb at Yonge'a hal! the second and

fourth Thursday evenings of eacL

month at 720 o'clock.

- Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Liliian simmois, Sec'y.

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

Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meets

the second and fourth "Buesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always weleomo. Club hoiW

opposite postoffife, east side.

i. H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise Secretary. At.

OCALA TEMPLE

PYTHIAN SISTERS

The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28

Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday

afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
KNIOHTS OF PYTHIAS

To the Members of the Boys Corn
Club
The express company will bring
your exhibit to the fair free, if you
will send it to me in care of the sec secretary
retary secretary of the fair association. I hope
every one of you will get your corn
to the fair by the 22nd of November
; V Very truly yours
S. J. McCully,

r v'.V-:: Agent.

Washing Velveteen.
White velveteen and most colored
ones, too, will wash beautifully. Just
knead and squeeze quickly in a warm
not hot lather, rinse In tepid, then
cold water. Wring carefully and
shake well. While still damp Iron on
the wrong side on a thick felt .or blan blanket
ket blanket covered with a clean sheet.

v. Kept Happy, v
"Yes, we went to California."
"Did your wife enjoy the scenery in
her trip across the continent?"
, "I don't think she looked at much
scenery. But she enjoyed herself, all
right. She looked at hats In eleven
different states." Louisville Courier-Journal.

Similar Result.
"Hubby. If you had never met me
would you have loved me?"
"I don't know about that. But I sup suppose
pose suppose I would have been just as deeply
In debt" Kansas City Journal.

Rubber Tubing.
To preserve rubber tubing when not
In use. coil It neatly in vessels of wa
ter carrying a small quantity of com common
mon common salt in solution.

He that wants money, means and
content is without three good friends
Shakespeare.

SEABOARD SCHEDULE

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions

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

drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C. C.
Cnas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad

CONCORDIA' LODGE F. U. Ol X.
Concordia Loage, FraternaT Union
of America, meets in Yong Hall
2n the second Thursday evening of
aach month. Geo: L. Taylor. F. M.
Chas. K. Sage. Secretar. Ad-
WOODJIK OF HIE WORLD

Fo-t King Camp No. 14 mtets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. -; Visitin?
eovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C- C.
Chas. K. Sage, Herk.
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. F

meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 7 :30 o'clock. A warm wel

come always extend id to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

South Bound
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 9:30 p. in.
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50

a. m.; Ar. lampa b:6v a. m.; uv.

Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg

9:30 a. m.

No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;

Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:17
p. m. ; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m. ; Lv.

Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg

8 p. m.

No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson

ville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.:

Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
No -th Bound
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. m.
No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.
Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. m..
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30
a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.

Trains of tne Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:

No. 37, Jacksonville to St Peters

burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersnurg to Jackson

ville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. nu
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
p.' m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. in.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.

No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 150r 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

day, 9:50 p. m.

BEWARE CHEAP SUBSTITUTES

In these days of keen competition
it is important that the public should
see that they get Chamberlain's
cough remedy and not take substi

tutes sold for the sake of extra profit.

Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
stood the test and been approved for
more than forty years. Obtainable
everywhere. Adv.
ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS

This office will make close prices
on sets of tickets for orange packers
for, the coming season. Write us for
samples and prices.
. d&w tf The Ocala Star.

Butter Nut Bread has the right taste;
None of it ever goes to waste.
It is so pure, wholesome and good;.
For health it's the very best food,
tf Carter's Bakery.

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TO

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If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-upholstered, re-polished
or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction

guaranteed, and the prices are right.

Fred J. Burden, Box 446,

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OCALA JEYENING STAB TUESDAY, -NOVEMBEH IS, &U

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OCALA OCCURENCES

Council meets this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Gerig's quality soda water at
fair. 11-16
the
Mr J. C. Pillans, the Electra.mer Electra.mer-'cJiant;
'cJiant; Electra.mer-'cJiant; is among the people from the
cast side in the city today.
Fresh.
Gerig's.
buttermilk'
every
tf
day at
Phone 182 if you want quick service
n the fair grounds. Gerig's. 11-16
Mr. W. P. Frink of Jacksonville is
visiting his friends in this city.
Wait for Rheinauer's Fair Week
Sale. Opens Wednesday, Nov. 17th.
Mr. George Neville, cashier of the
Bank of Dunnellon, is among the
prominent Floridians in the city to today.
day. today. A new package, Galvin's Orange
Cocoanut Creams, 40 cents a pound,
at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
For electric light globes see the
Marion Hardware Company. 11-16
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge is in Jackson Jackson-"ville
"ville Jackson-"ville on legal business.
Trv one cf those f ro3ted" pints jf
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf
Mr. C. A. Higginbotham of Belfon
taine, near Cincinnati, is spending a
few days in the city, and is registered
at the Harrington.
Fresh Rape seed just received at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Mr. J. T. Hutchins, the west side
member of the county board of com commissioners
missioners commissioners is in the city today.
Galvin's Orange Cocoanut creams,
40 cents a pound at Gerig's Drug
store. tf
Wait for Rheinauer's Fair Week
Sale. Opens Wednesday, Nov. 17th.
Syrup cans, all
Hardware Company.
kinds, Marion
11-16
You will ge the usual Gerig drug
store service at the Marion County
Fair. 11-16.
Mr. Levi Grantham of Sparr was
in town today and paid the Star a
pleasant call. He says there will be
a big temperance mass meeting in
Sparr Thursday night, and people are
expected to attend from mile3
around. ;
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
3
X7Iiat Dave You to Offer
that is worth $5000 for my splendid
farm in the heart of the famous Man
atee River trucking section ?
. T
Owner, Box 505
9
Ocala,
Florida.
wiiHhHinrri mm
jOIiTIOIPSON
CARPENTER
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roofs repai 'ed or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 457
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
OCALA FLORIDA
Iclvcr f Maclay
UNDERTAKERS and E&1BAU1ERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA
CHIROPRACTIC
Many of the sick and afflicted are
being restored to health by Chiro Chiropractic
practic Chiropractic adjustments, so can you.
Charles E. Kiplinger
CHIROPRACTIC,
Rooms 20-21 Holder Building
OCALA - - FLORIDA

,.

WEATHER REPORT
Hie 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

November 1 79 55
November 2 ....... .79 57
November 3 ........78 54
November 4 ...76 56
November 5 78 52 .
November 6 ........77 51 ..
November 7 80 72 ..
November 8 79 59
November 9 ........81 57 ..
November 10 81 57 ..
November 11 85 58
November 12 ....... 82 63
November 13 ...... .80 59
November 14 ..... .79 66
November 15 ...... .78 59

Weather Forecast
! Fair north, rain south portion to tonight
night tonight and Wednesday; heavy frost
tonight in interior of extreme north
portion with minimum temperature
of about 30 to 34 degrees in the sugar
cane region.
The picture story, "Unafraid," at
the Temple last night, was certainly
fine, and fully up to the expectations
of all who saw it. As will be seen by
the program on another page, the
Temple has another excellent pro program
gram program for tonight, and deserves a full
house.
Mr. J. B. Hayes, was the recipient
of the pretty cut glass vase offered
by Mr. Henry Herzenberg at the auc auction
tion auction sale last evening. The contest
consisted in guessing at the number
of black eyed peas contained in the
vase. Several hundred were in the
contest, but Mr. Hayes copped out
the prize by guessing 5675, when the
actual number as announced by the
committee in charge was 5750. The
committee 'was composed of Messrs.
P. H. Nugent, J. A. Morris Jr. and J.
J. Driggers. The auction sales at the
awn Shop have become quite pop
ular, as Auctioneer Herzenberg al
ways has something interesting on
tap for those who attend.
Mr. J. Harley Johnson, of the
Southern Drug Co., of Asheville, aft
er a pleasant visit to his Ocala
friends, has gone to Gainesville, to at
tend to business affairs there.
You will get Gerig's quality Coca
Cola in glasses at the Rexall Store at
he fair. 11-16
Farmers, before killing your hogs
buy lard cans from the Marion Hard
ware Company. 11-16
Mrs.' A. J. Leavengood and Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Leavengood have return
ed from Dunnellon, where they were
called yesterday to the bedside of the
young son of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest
Turnipseed, whose life was at one
time despaired of. He is better today
and considered out of danger.
We will have a fine line of cigars,
cigarettes and soda water at the fair.
Gerig's Drug Store. 11-16
In the' Star's account of the basket
ball game in Gainesville Saturday
Miss Bertie Smith was named as
referee, when she was umpire. Mrs.
Gobert of the University City was
referee.
Any two clerks in Rheinauer's store
who first see this notice and present
it to Mr, Sid Whaley's fruit store
will be treated at our expense to bot bottled
tled bottled Coca-Cola. The Ocala Coca-
Cola Bottling Works. It
DISTRESS IN THE STOMACH
There are many people who have a
distress in the stomach after meals.
It is due to indigestion and easily
remedied by taking one of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets after meals. Mrs.
Henry Padghan, Victor, N. Y.,
writes: "For some time I was trou troubled
bled troubled with headache and distress in my
stomach after eating, also with con constipation.
stipation. constipation. About six months ago I
began taking Chamberlain's Tablets.
They regulated the action of my
bowels and the headache and other
annoyances ceased in a short time."
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Save auto troubles buy Diamond
tires and tubes from the Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
EVERY HOME NEEDS A FAITH
FUL COUGH AND. COLD RIMED Y
When seasons change and colds ap
pear when you first detect a cold af after
ter after sitting next to one who has sneez
ed. then it is that a tried and tested
remedy should be faithfully used. "I
never wrote a testimonial before, but
I know positively that for myself and
family, Dr. King's New Discovery is
the best cought remedy we ever used
and we have tried them all." 50c. and

$1. No. 1.

SOME VALUABLE PRIZES

The O. K. Teapot Grocery gave its
first barrel of flour a few days ago to
Miss Ruby Gissendaner and the sec second
ond second one on Saturday night to Mr.
Abbot of the Ocala Heights Dairy. A
third barrel will be given away Sat Saturday
urday Saturday night to some fortunate per person.
son. person.
FINE SHIPMENT OF FORDS
Mr. Edward Tucker received a ship
ment of twelve Ford cars today direct
from the factory. He has been out
of Fords, for some time and is greatly
rejoiced over the arrival of the big
shipment.:
BRIGHT MARION COUNTY BOY
Lonnie Randall of Conner, Fla., is
in the city visiting his uncles, R. F.
and L. B. Long. This young gentle
man, who 4s about 18 years of age,
recently gained much distinction at
the launching of a yacht at Conner
which he designed and built. The boat
is said to be a very fine one and the
work is excellent for an amateur in
the business. Gainesville Sun.
See Rheinauer's Fair Week
an-
nouncement in tomorrow's Star.
Fresh seeds of all kinds at
Ocala Seed Store. 20-tf
th5
See Rheinauer's Fair Week
nouncement in tomorrow's Star.
an-
Sheriff George Carter of Inverness
is among the prominent visitors in
Ocala today. He is congratulating
himself upon the fact that no opposi
tion has yet developed to try to oust
him 'from his present position.
For plumbing ana eiectrlcal work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
If you want to 'phone a friend
during the fair, call Gerig's fair
ground store, No. 182. 11-16
See Rheinauer's Fair Week
nouncement in tomorrow's Star.
an-
The many friends of Mr.- E.L.
Carney will be pleased to learn that
he is improving rapidly from his re recent
cent recent attack of illness and is able to jae
out today for the first time since last
Friday.
Be sure to register at the Rexall
Store at the fair. 11-16 '.Wn
Get a Barler oil heater and keep
your room cozy and warm. Marjpr
Hardware Company. 11-16
Mr. J. A. Wiggins of Mcintosh was
in town yesterday and reports busi business
ness business good. Y
If you want to find a doctor quick
during the fair, phone Gerig's fair
ground drugstore. 11-16
Oil stoves, wood stoves, coal stoves
at the Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
Hunting season opens Nov. 20th.
Buy guns, leggins, hunting coats and
shells now and be
Hardware Company.
ready. Marion
11-16
Gerig's drugstore service to be had
at the fair. Phone 182. 11-16
Call and see the new electric globes
at the Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
Magnolia meat market, phone 167,
North Magnolia street, opposite Flor
ida House, fresh oysters, fish and
meats. 26-tf
rionaa growers Kye seed, any
quantity, at the Ocala Seed Store, tf
SAVES DAUGHTER
Advice cf Mother no Doatt Pre
vests D&sgbter's Untimely End
Ready, Ky. I was not able to do
anything for nearly six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
was down in bed for three months.
cannot tell you how 1 suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
womanly troubles.
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up We tried another doctor,
but be did not help me.
At last,,my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought
it was no use for 1 was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
1 took eleven bottles, and now I am able
to do all of my -work and my own
washing.
I think Cardui is the best medicme in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know,
it will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists. V
Writ r O.attanocra Medicine Co.. Ladies'
Jldvisory Dept.. Chattanooga. Tenn.. for, Sttxial
instructions on your cub anu o-pa uuu. ou
Trsfrtxnent for Woman." in plain wrapper. 1I.C. I &9

fill 11 IIS

Continued from Third Page)
Responding to a call from the
chairman of the civic committee of

the Woman's Club, Mrs. C W. Hun-j .
ter, the members met yesterday aft- Mn and Mrs John Dozier are ex ex-ernoon
ernoon ex-ernoon at the municipal rest room pecting their daughter, Mrs. Sylvan
for a strictly business session, being McElroy and little son from Orlando
the first since the opening of the for a few days visit next week,
room to the public a few days ago.!
Much business -was transacted, such Mrs Washburn, Miss Emma Wash Wash-as
as Wash-as the decision on the style of fur- Foy CarroU and Lindner Mc Mc-nishings
nishings Mc-nishings which seemed most satisfac- Conn, are home from attendance on
tory and the writing of a card of the w c T y meeting'-at Orlando.
thanks to Congressman Clark for a .

most generous contribution of flower
shrubs and seeds. The shrubs will
be planted at the earliest possible
moment by Mr. John Heintz and the
seeds distributed among the
school
children of the county and city. A
special prize will be given to the child
growing the most beautiful zinnias
only, with other prizes to be decided,
upon later by the chairman. It was
decided at this meeting to have the
municipal Xmas tree on the square as
was done last year, and the committee
with put forth its greatest efforts in
this direction immediately that it
may be an unbounded success. This
was one of the most ppular features
of last year's Christmas season and
gave more universal pleasure thru thru-out
out thru-out the county to both old and young
alike than any one thing that has ever s
been given in this city, and it is with
pleasure we announce its positive as-'j
surance this season. Members of the j
committee present at yesterday s
meeting were Mrs. Fanny Anthony,!
Mrs. George Blitch, Mrs. R. B, Bui
lock, Mrs. Louis Lang, Mrs. Walter
Marsh, Mrs. B. H. Seymour, Mrs.
B'rank Harris and Mrs. S. T. Sis Sis-trunk.
trunk. Sis-trunk. The second days session of the
better baby contest began with re-1
newed interest this morning at the
Woman's Club building, a large num
ber of little ones -being in evidence
and made ready for their share of the
weighing, measuring and final phy
sical testsv Assisting the chairman,
Mrs. E. G. Peek, today, were Mrs. J.
D. Robertson, Mrs.. W. K. Lane, Mrs.
J. H. Spencer and Miss Annie Davis
of the health committee, attended by
the physicians and dentists and a
corps of nurses who will be in evi
dence the greater part of the week.
Mrs. Peek is scoring a wonderful
success in her able management and
When the final day for awarding
prizes for the most perfect specimens
of babyhood comes, unless we are
greatly, mistaken, there are going to
be many up-to-the-minute high scor scorers
ers scorers in this community. Marion coun county
ty county will have cause to be proud of her
better babies and the mothers will be
prouder still that they have been giv given
en given the blessed privilege of learning
how to care for their little ones in intelligently.
telligently. intelligently. On Saturday evening, during the in intermission
termission intermission of the dance the Kappa
Alpha fraternity gave in honor of the
visiting football team from Charles
ton, S. C. a few members of the
dancing set repaired to the home o"f
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Stringfellow,
where Mr. and Mrs. R. L. McKinstry
entertained most delightfully but in informally
formally informally at a buffet supper, after
which the young folks returned to
the chapter rooms and enjoyed danc
ing until the wee sma' hours. Among;
those present were Misses Annie At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson and Virginia Sistrunk of
Ocala. Gainesville Sun.
" Miss Verda Tompson, county can
ning agent of Polk county,, will arrive
m a tew days to be tne guest oi Mrs.j
J. R. Moorhead during fair week, j
Miss Tompson is one of the state's
most efficient canning club women
and is doing a great work in her
county.
- Mrs. J. R. Moorhead spent this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at Citra in the interest of the
canning club work to which she is
bending every effort that the Marion
county exhibit at the fair will be the
very best ever.
.
Through incorrect information we
stated that only seven members of the
U. D. C. met on Saturday afternoon
for the annual election of officers,
when in fact there were twelve pres
ent. We make this correction most!
cheerfully.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell will
have as their guest for fair week

Mrs. Caldwell's sister, Mrs. S. P.
Lawson and little son and mother,
Mrs. D. T. Mclntyre of Jacksonville.
; -
i
Miss Annie Atkinson of Ocala, who
has been the guest of Mrs. W. M.
Dale for several days, will leave to today
day today for DeLand to attend the annual
meeting of the State Federation of
Women's Clubs. Gainesville Sun.
- v
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski will
have as their guests during fair
week and for Thanksgiving, Mr. and
.i r -; f v r. :

Mrs. W. K. Zewadski Jr. and little son
of Tampa and their lovely guest,
Miss Marion Phelps of Boston.

Mr. and Mrs. Mason Tison and little
son are at home again from a several
days visit to Mr. Tison's parents,
Major and Mrs. W. O. Tison in
Gainesville.
ONION PLANTS
Unlimited quantities cf White Ber-
nud. Onion plants at 20 cents per
nundred, or $1 per thousand. Phone
" XT
3t N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla. ;
Naming a Race Horse,
some years ago at a sale of racing
yearlings the Duke of Portland and
another peer bid together for a tine
animal, and the contest between them
ws TeIT kn- A length over 50U
was Dia ior rne nouse.
"If we go on at this rate." said the
other peer, "we shall be paying far
more than the creature is worth. Sup Suppose
pose Suppose we buy It between us?"
The Duke of Portland agreed, and
later on they had a discussion as to
what the horse should be called.
"Well." said his grace, "as we are go-
' Incr tvi chopn If tcViip rrtt sal1 "Tha
Loaf T "-London Mail.
A Chance at Last.
He Did your mother appear pleased
when you broke the news of our en-
fragement? She Yes. indeed. She
said she had always wanted to tell you
what she thought of your habits of
dress and sreech and total lack of good
j manners and literary taste, and felt
j now she had the right to express her her-!
! her-! self. Richmond Times-Dispatch.
Letter For Letter.
"Why does a ixet begin so many of
! his sentences with 'OT inquired the
politician.
There's uo answer," replied Mr.
Fenwislpr. "Why does a speeehmak speeehmak-er
er speeehmak-er bejdn so many of his sentences with
!? "Washington Star.
Puzzled.
Every man who is not a monster,
mathematician or mad philosopher is
the slave of some woman or other.
(Jeorpce Eliot.
We are puzzling our brain to know
which one of these fellows we are.
Ohio SUite Journal.
Outdone.
"He doted on Alice and would have
married her but for her mother."
"Ah! Her mother"
"Yes: her mother was still more at attractive?
tractive? attractive? tion. never in accomplishment.
Youth's Companion.
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 pur-Dose
Dose pur-Dose a sinsrle application of Sloan's
Liniment not only kills the pain but
destroys the grms. This neutralizes
? nf ection an.d Sives nature assistance
uy uvcituuuug congestion uuu gives
a chance for the free and normal flow
of the blood. Sloan's Liniment is an
emergency doctor and should be kept
25c. No. 1.
MEETING OF THE
AUXILIARY BOARD
The Auxiliary Board of the Marion
County Hospital will hold a meeting
at Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski's at
3 -o'clock on Wednesday. All mem
bers are urged be present.
Mrs c L. Anderson.
. ..
The Philathea class of the Baptist
Sunday school will be glad to. receive
orders for paper flowers. If you are
planning to decorate your car or float
for the fair parade, you will do well
to consult Mrs. W. A. Goin, who will
have charge of the work.
Dr. D. M Boney
OPTOMETRIST
EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
I have recently returned from
New Orleans where I have
been taking a post graduate:
course in optometry under the most'
noted specialists in the country.5 LJ
can now be found in my office pre-'
pared to give those in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
researches. My reduction in prices
on lenses oi every description for
a limited time will be of interest
to those in need of glasses.
Oflice and Laboratory Rooms 2-6 -Gary
Block
OCALA - FLORIDA

SURGICAL RUBBER
GOODS REPAIRED

I am now thoroughly prepared to
repair all kinds of surgical rubber
goods for physicians and nurses, as
well as rubber toilet and surgical ar articles
ticles articles in the home. Davies the
Tire Man.
4-tf
SEE HIE I-AR5I on the Miver
Springs road which furoishe3 the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk ard tggs. tf.
HOW TO PREVENT CROUP
( It may be a surprise to you to
icarn that in many cases croup can be
prevented. Mrs. H. M. Johns, Elida,
Oh:o, relates her experience as fol follows:
lows: follows: "My little boy is Fubject to
croup. During the past winter I kept
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in the house, and when he be began
gan began having that croupy cough I
would give him one or two doses of
it and it would break the attack. I
life; it better for children than any
other cough medicine because chil children
dren children take it willingly, and it is safe
and reliable." Obtainable every every-where
where every-where Adv.
Carter's Delicious Cake Cake-Buy
Buy Cake-Buy it for the children's sake.
It is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them .11 the time,
tf Carter's Bakery.
CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS
This is a medicine intended espe especially
cially especially for stomach troubles, bilious biliousness
ness biliousness and constipation. It is meeting
with much success and rapidly gain gaining
ing gaining in favor and popularity. Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adx.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE One pair Toledo com computing
puting computing scales used three months; one
National cash register. Both in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition. Will sell either or
both very cheap for cash. Apply E.
G. Rivers, Box 34, Ocala, Fla. 18-3t
LOST Saturday night in Ocala, dark
sorrel filly, blind in both eyes, had on
saddle with bridle, rope reins and
girth; Reward for return to Jackson
Small, Martel, Fla. ll-15-3t.
FOR RENT Six-room cottage, good
location; modern conveniences, $10
per month. Apply to Mrs. R. L. Car Carter,
ter, Carter, 211 W. 5th St. 11-12
WANTED TO RENT Suit of fur furnished
nished furnished .rooms for light housekeeping;
modern conveniences and good loca location
tion location 'required. Address Box S83,
Ocala, Fla. 11-12-Ct
FOR SALE Horse and Buggy. A
six-year-old, highly bred horse with
either' surrey" or buggy, as may be
preferred, for sale cheap for cash.
Horse is a fine saddle animal or for
buggy, surrey or any other purpose;
gentle and reliable. Apply to O. B.
Howse, Ocala, Fla. 11-tf
WANTED Bright young wan who
can give short time daily to office
work. Offers good opportunity to a
hustler. R. A. X., Care Star. 11-tf
FOR SALE At a great bargain, Ear
ly English dining room set, consisting
of china cabinet, sideboard, 12-foot
extension table and eight chairs, Ap Apply,
ply, Apply, at Star office. 8-1 1.
FOR RENT Cozy, 5-room cottage,
electr'c" lights, bathroom, etc; $12 a
month'. Call 164. 11-8-tf
HOG TAKEN UP A stray black sow
was taken up at my place in South
Ocala on Nov. 4th. Owner can have
same by paying for feed and this ad
vertisement. H. S. Wesson. 5-6t
FOR SALE One good second hand
piano-in excellent condition; very

reasonable terms. Apply at the Star,

Office., 7 11-1-tf
FOR RENT A six-room and bath,
completely furnished, well located
residence, with every convenience, in including
cluding including garage, for rent for not less
than four months. Address "Furnish
ed Residence, care the Star. 13-tf
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
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, Str office. 9-SO-tf
AvpOD For first clas3 wood of
any. size or length, call phone SM
fouTjrings. J. M, Potter. tf
HOUSE 4 TO RENT On Dorcthy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf



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