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OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1916
Fair tonight; Tuesday probably
local thunder showers.
VOL.22, NO. 142
ELECTION RESULT IS
TO LIFE AGAIN
YET UilOEC DEO
CONTEST BETWEEN KNOTT AND
CATTS REMAINS EXCEED EXCEED-INGLY
INGLY EXCEED-INGLY CLOSE
(Special to the Star )
Jacksonville, June 12, 1:10 p. m
Ag fragmentary reports come in from
those counties still unheard fron?
complete, namely, Okaloosa, Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Wakulla and Hillsborough, the
ccntest for governor between S. J.
Oatts and W. V. Knott is growing ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly close, and indications are
cr.at an official count may be neces necessary
sary necessary to determine the winner.
It is considered probable here that
a large number of the second choice
vote accounted for included the second
choice of the Knott vote for Catts and
vice versa, and this may change con considerably
siderably considerably the tabulations which have
The official count in Hillsborough
was resumed this morning and will
not be completed until tonight. It is
uxpected that Washington will not be
beard from complete before tomorrow
noon. A contest of some character is
in progress in Wakulla county and
the election officials refuse to give
out the totals. O. M. Johnson.
All Ready to Open the Ball at St.
St. Louis, June 12. Preliminaries
for the democratic national conven convention
tion convention have been practically completed.
The national committee has formally
selected former Governor Martin
Glynn of New York temporary chair chairman
man chairman and chose other officers. A vote
of thanks was extended to Chairman
McCombs, who resigned
Committees have been named to
dispose of the Texas contest on na national
tional national committeemen between Thomas
Love and William Poindexter, and the
Haawaii delegate contests.. The com committeeman
mitteeman committeeman contest from Hawaii has
been referred to the new national
Some delegates see no reason for a
four-day convention. Leaders ex explained
plained explained that St. Louis gave $100,000
for a four-day convention and was'i
entitled to that time. This would also
give the leaders time to plan the
WOMEN WILL DECLARE WAR
On Democrats if the Party Does Not
Support Equal Suffrage
St. Louis, June 12. Suffragists
of the newly organized woman's party
today demanded that the democratic
convention pass resolutions demand demanding
ing demanding the immediate passage by Con-
gress of the Susan B. Anthony reso resolution.
lution. resolution. The penalty is a declaration
of war by women. The National
American Woman Suffrage Associa-f.-.ion
demanded a declaration for suf--,age
in the democratic platform.
"n County Fair will this' year be
the supervision, of the Wom--b,
and the club has appointed
2t. Perdue superintendent of
y HJtment. Mrs". Perdue will
as special assistant Mrs. tamer
rd'cm. and these ladies will in turn
. : J . .
sted by the members of the
. With the enthusiasm of the
,oman's Club back of the work in
his department unusual results are
t'Hbe looked for. The committee ap
Led by the club to meet with Mrs.
"weedy, secretary of the fair
delation. v. re-arranze the nrem
Xujm list for the department, met Sat
urday at the home of Mrs. W. K. Ze Ze-wadski,'
wadski,' Ze-wadski,' president of the Woman's
JTictor Moore, late star of the orig original
inal original production of "Forty-five Min
utes from Broadway," will be seen at
the, Temple theater this afternoon and
tonight in "The Race." Moore will be
remembered as having recently ap appeared
peared appeared here as Chimmie Fadden in
'"Chinflnie Fadden Out West," one of
the bfemovie comics ever made.
Every available workman in the
various city departments was put to
work this morning razing the Con
verse will property, in order that
work on the new light and water
plant might be started as soon as
possible. The city is now in possession
of the mill property, the papers in
the case having all been signed.
' rTo The Public
VlATA tvAAM tlftlVlf PViowiKflTioin'a
Jk JiaVC UCCI UOUlg viuiuivviutmu
fblets for indigestion for the past
Tx months, and it affords me pleasure
to say I have never used a remedy
that did me so much good." Mrs. C.
E. Riley, Illion, N. Y. Chamberlain's
Tablets are obtainable everywhere.
Non-Partisan Organization of 1908
Has Revived and Will Go to
Work for Hughes
I Associated Press)
New York, June 12. A revival of
the Hughes alliance, ah organization
composed of republicans, democrats
and independents, organized in 1908
to aid Hughes' second gubernatorial
race, was announced today. It will
probably be called, the Hughes Non-
Partisan League. It is the first organ
ized move to further Mr. Hughes
candidacy for president. The repub-
ican nominee came here today to con
fer with party leaders. He declined
o discuss his plans.
MADE NO ADVANCES
New York, June 12. After a talk
with Mr. Hughes George W. Wicker-
sham said he didn't expect to see Col.
Roosevelt. There were reports that
Wickersham was acting as a mediator
in plans to obtain progressive sup support
port support for the republicans. V
WELCH IS A LIVE WIRE
Hustling North End Lumber Dealer
Keeps Everything Around Him
David S. Welch's lumber yard is
one of the busiest places in the city at
present, and Mr. Welch says that his
business es in fca flourishing condition.
New fences have been built around
the yard, which is now entirely fenc
ed in'. A new shed has just been built,
and two others are planned for im immediate
mediate immediate construction. All the mill
work for the union station is being
done by Mr. Welch, as was the mill
work for the public library. Only this
morning he sold the lumber for two
houses to be built in Dunnellon.
Mr. Welch believes in hustling, in
going after business, and not in wait waiting
ing waiting for business to come to him. In
person he covers this and adjoining
counties in his car. Besides he is a
great believer in Ocala, and is always
eady to lend a hand in the city's be
half. He is a member of the board
c governors of the board of trade,
artd secretary of the Marion county
council of the Dixie Highway Asso
ROONEY HAS RETURNED
Mr. J. D. Rooney, sales manager for
he Florida Soft Phosphate & Lime
company, returned this morning from
a month's trip to Cuba, in the interest
of the company. Part of Mr. Rboney's
work there was the reproduction in
Spanish of the company's handsome
28-page pamphlet, advertising "Phos-
ime," and the establishing of an
agency for the sale and distribution
of the company's product on the isl island.
and. island. The agency was given to J. F.
Berndes & Co .of Havana, one of the
largest firms in the city, and plans
are under way to ship "Phoslime" to
them in tcahv load quantities. Mr.
Rooney did some good work for his
company on the island and believes
there is a good market there for. every
ton of Phoslime that his company can
produce. Mr. Rooney says money is
plentiful on the island and business is
good in all Jines of trade. He notes
wonderful changes and improvements
since he was there during the Span
Mr. Bennett has fixed up the Ocala
House dining room in fine shape, and
it is becoming one of .the most pop popular
ular popular eating places in, the city.
Mr. R. A. Greene expects to begin
remodeling" his home in a few days on
his farm southwest of the city, form
erly the home of Mr. T. T. Munroe,
and one of the most beautiful country
places in this county, if not in Florida.
Alterations on his silo, and a -new
well and tank, are among the im
provements planned by Mr. Greene for
On last Sunday, June 4th, Photo
grapher Johnson made a picture of
the business men's class of the Meth
odist Sunday school in front of the
church. These pictures may be had
by calling at Little's Shoe Parlor any
time after Tuesday of this week at
40 cents each.
Now if f the time to take a good
spring tonic and VINOL is the best.
Sold only at The Court Pharmacy, tf
Peonle are learnine that a little
forethought often saves them a big
exnense. .Here is an instance :E.W.
Archer, Caldwell, Ohio, writes: "I do
not believe that our family has been
without Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy since we com
menced -keeping house years ago.
When we go on an extended visit we
taJte it wiin us." vutamauie every'
Position Roosevelt Assumes Toward
Hughes Will Determine Action
of the Progressives
St. Louis, June 12.- Henry Allen
of Kansas, a progressive leader, who
is here as a newspaper correspondent,
expressed the belief today that Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt will take an active part in the
Hughes campaign. Allen said that
Victor Murdock was the most promi prominently
nently prominently mentioned to succeed Roose Roosevelt.
velt. Roosevelt. Speaking for 'himself, Allen
said he would support Hughes if the
KENT PENDLETON CONDEMNED
Officers of the Anti-Saloon League
Repudiate His Action in Sending
Out Pre-Election Estimate
Tallahassee, June 10.
" Editor Star: As president and vice vice-president
president vice-president of the Anti-Saloon League
of Florida, we wish to express our
condemnation of the action of Mr.
Kent Pendleton, as superintendent of
the league in giving out from the
headquarters information that was
designed to help one friend of the
prohibition cause to the detriment of
another. The policy of the league is
to unife the opposition to the liquor
traffic and not to divide it, and for
that reason the organization should
never be used in the interest of one
friend of the cause against another.
Mr. Pendleton's action was without
our approval and we consider it un unwise
wise unwise and unjust. Respectfully,
Don C. McMullen, President.
Milton' A. Smith, V-President.
STOLE A STILL
About two weeks ago some one
made away with a large turpentine
still from the premises of T. J.
Kemp & Company, at Juliette, and
the officers have made two arrests
in connection with the case.
The still when found had been cut
to pieces, and had apparently been
prepared for the junk market.
Louis Peno, colored, has been ar
rested on a charge of stealing the still
and is now being held in the county
jail to await trial, the hearing of the
case having been set for the 20th of
Fate Hawkins, also colored, has
been arrested on a charge of receiv
ing and concealing stolen property,
the still having been found on his
premises by the officers. Hawkins
gave bond in the sum of $500 for his
appearance and. was released from
CARD OF THANKS
To the voters who stood by me so
loyally in my race for county com commissioner
missioner commissioner I am extending my heart heartfelt
felt heartfelt thanks and gratitude, and hope
that I may reciprocate in humble
service for your support. To you is
due all the credit,
Faithfully yours, N. A. Fort.
Fort McCoy4, June 10.- Dry weath weather,
er, weather, has prevailed here for some time,
but last week welcome rains came
and the farmers are rejoicing.
Messrs. Drexel Harp and Earl
Grantham were guests of Mr. I. M.
Hinson of Sunshine Villa farm last
Sunday and were treated to a delic delicious
ious delicious watermelon, the first of the sea season.
son. season. :;: ';: :. :
Miss Mabel Hall of Oxford was the
guest of Miss Oldia Hinson last week.
Mrs L. W. Cowart of Rodman was
the guest of friends and relatives
here Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. Wesley Stevens, who has been
on a visit to the state of Maine, re
turned home last Wednesday after a
most enjoyable trip. v
Messrs. F. M. and Drexel Harp at
tended the speaking of the candidates
in Ocala Tuesday evening.
Mrs. Buck who was called here sev
eral weeks ago on account of the
death of her mother, returned to her
home in South Carolina last Friday.
We are sorry to learn of the con
tinued illness of Mr. Elmer Gran
tham and trust he will soon be well
Miss Emily Scott, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. J. S. Gran
tham for some time, has returned to
her home after a most pleasant visit.
Messrs. Charles Harp, Glover Al Al-britton,
britton, Al-britton, W. A. Copp and Miss Mabel
Hail and Miss Uldia Hinson were
visitors in Orange Springs Sunday
morning, and Burbank in the after
Mrs. H. Rainer of Lynne was the
guest of Mrs. F. M. Harp last week.
Mr. F. M. Harp will leave on Wed
nesday morning for Spring Park,
where he goes to look after turpen
tine interests of Mr. Stucky.
The Superdreadnaught Pennsylvania,
Said to be the Most Powerful
Naval Fighter in the
. (Associated Press)
Norfolk,- June 12. The super
dreadnaught Pennsylvania, said by
American naval experts to be the
most powerful fighting ship afloat, has
been placed in commission at the navy
yard. The Pennsylvania carries 12
14-inch rifles and 22 five-inch rapid
REMODELED AND RENOVATED
Will be the Gas Plant When New
Firm Completes Improvement j
Now Under Way
Work was started this morning by
the Florida Utilities company on the
gas plant, which will be entirely ren
ovated and remodeled. The machinery
building .will be altered and made
more more attractive, and the holder
will be cleaned and painted. New
generating machinery will be install installed.
ed. installed. '''"' ''
The new gas mains will : be laid as
soon as the pipe, which has been or ordered,
dered, ordered, is delivered here.
TO THE ARMY OF BUGS
If the Chinch Bugs or Grasshoppers
or Any of the Pests Have Invaded
Your Territory Tell Wilson
Speaking of preparedness, how
about bugs? Have the chinch bugs,
or the lubber grasshoper invaded your
territory ? Are you prepared ,to take
up arms against the pests, and so end
. Mr. R. W. Blacklock. county dem
onstration agent, with a desk in the
Board of Trade rooms, has received
notice-that Mr. R. N. Wilson, in
charge of the Florida station of the
United States bureau of entomology,
is to make a special investigation of
the cowpea curculic, chinch bugs, the
big .lubber grass hopper, ami the fall
army worm. In order to make the
investigation as complete as possible
Mr. Wilson would like to get a report
of any outbreaks of these insects, and
in case of severe inf estatioris he will
gladly visit the locality and render all
possisble assistance. Mr. Wilson is
also interested in any insects which
injure cereal or forage crops.
OF DODGE MOTOR CARS
As an index of industrial expansion,
Dodge Brothers,-of Detroit, have ac acquired
quired acquired the distinction of producing
and delivering within a period of 17
months the amazing total of nearly
75,000 motor cars. It is further stat stated
ed stated that had they been in a position to
do so, they could have sold several
times that number. An interesting
sidelight on the business is that ser
vice to them is not looming as large
as is generally the case, Dodge Broth Brothers'
ers' Brothers' dealers reporting that the only
department of their business that is
not showing a profit is the parts end.
While this is due in part to the rela
tively small number of old cars, thus
far in the field, it also reflects in no
small degree, the durability' that the
car is proving to have. Automobile
Topics. v. -:
Messrs. Billingsley & Billingsley
are agents in Ocala for the Dodge car.
MEETING OF SCHOOL BOARD
Notice is hereby given that the
board of public instruction of Marion
county will not meet at the regular
time in June on. account of the
teachers' examinations being in pro progress
gress progress at that time, but will meet on
Tuesday, June 13, 1916.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
Carter's Butternut Bread j made
of pure flour, sugar, yeast, malt,
milk, lard and salt; it is mace and
wrapped by machinery and baked
with steam. 20-tf
I'HIS COUPON IS GOOD FOR FIVE
VOTES IN LIBRARY CONTEST CONTEST-VOTED
VOTED CONTEST-VOTED FOR
Cut out, fill Li name of church lodge, school or other organization
you wish to vote for, and deposit in balled box at THE COURT
The official judges of the contest are Messr. Geo'ge Pasteur, Her-
bert Lattner and, Ed. C. Bennett.
Fog Caused a Delayed Passenger
! Train to Plow Thru a Crowd of
4 Waiting Workmen
Cleveland, June 12. -Two were kill killed,
ed, killed, three seriously hurt and a score
bruised this morning when a New
York Central passenger train, run running
ning running late in the fog, ran into "nearly
200 men awaiting on the tracks here
for a work train.
BIG FARM BEING MADE BIGGERJ
Armour Packing Plant in Jackson
ville Will Probably Increase
Business in Ocala
"Stonecrest," the beautiful hillside
farm of Meffert and Taylor, south, of
the ctiy on the Lake Weir road, is
being increased in acreage. A' tract
of about 40 acres has just been clear
ed, and Mr. John Taylor said today
that the limits, of the farm would be
extended until they take in the :1300
to 1400 acres-owned by Mr. J. M.
Ivieneit and himself. Hogs and other
stock will be specialized in. One of
the prettiest stands of corn in the
county is now to be seen at "Stone "Stone-crest.".
crest.". "Stone-crest.". r-
Mr. Taylor was asked if he though
that the erection of the Armour &
Company packing plant in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville would take away any possibili possibilities
ties possibilities fiom the plant proposed for
Ocala. He thought that it would be
r, help rather than a hinderance, in
that an increase in the production of
hogs would be brought about.
Washington, June 11. Just before
he sent a telegram to Chairman Hard
ing of the republican national con
vention at Chicago, accepting the
nomination for president, Justice
Hughes 5 dispatched his resignation
from the supreme court to President
The justice's resignation was ac
cepted by the president within a few
minutes after it was delivered to the
White House" by messenger.
The letter of resignation, contained
one brief sentence. It read:
v "June 10, 1916. x
"To the President:
"I hereby resign the office of asso
ciate justice of the supreme court of
the United States.
"I am, sir, respectfully yours,
"Charles E. Hughes."
The president sent this reply:
"Dear Mr. Justice Hughes:
"I am in receipt of your letter of
resignation and feel constrained to
yield to your desire. I, therefore, ac
cept your resignation as justice of
the supreme court of the United
States, to take effect at once.
CARD OF THANKS
I wish to thank the voters of Mar Marion
ion Marion county for the liberal support
given me in the recent primary. I
shall endeavor to perform the duties
of the office of county surveyor in a
commendable manner. Again thank thanking
ing thanking you, I am, very truly,
L. B. Marsh.
BOARD OF TRADE
The r Marion County Board of
Trade will meet in regular session
Wednesday night at 8 o'clock. There
are a number of important matters
to be considered, and a large attend attendance
ance attendance is hoped for.
A BIG TOURING CAR FOR SALE
: I have a large, five-passenger, 40 40-horsepower
horsepower 40-horsepower touring car; just been
thoroughly overhauled, tires, top, up upholstering
holstering upholstering and all working parts in
first class condition. A bargain; cash
or time. R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla.
July Cosmopolitan on sale at he
Book Shop. 3t
Is Felt. in Official Circles in Washing Washington
ton Washington Carranza is Not Keeping
Promises and Hostility to
Americans is Increasing
Washington, June 12. Increasing
excitement and anti-American feeling
throughout Northern Mexico is de described
scribed described by state department dis dispatches.
patches. dispatches. Carranza authorities appear
indifferent in many cases, in was said
at the department. ; Neither details
nor information regarding points
heard from was made public.
Officials made rib attempt to con conceal
ceal conceal their anxiety over the situation
apparently crystalizing in Northern
Mexico. Many dispatches on the sub subject
ject subject have been received during the
last two days and the more import
ant were sent to President Wilson.
Equally disquieting reports come
justice department agents along the
border and in the interior of Mexico.
. Laredo, June 12. Fifteen Mexican
bandits yesterday attacked four em employes
ployes employes on the T. A. Coleman ranch at
San Samuel, forty miles northeast of
Laredo, drove the ranchmen from the
corral and started for the' Rio Grande
with 83 horses. The same party of
Mexicans raided the Johnson and
Coleman "ranch, in the same vicinity,
and captured two American cowboys,
George Conover and Arthur Myers,
who were taken 'as prisoners into
GOT THE 'GREASERS
Laredo, June 12. Three Mexicans
who raided the Coleman ranch and
killed three ranchmen have been cap
tured, according to reports here.
STORM AT LAKE WEIR SUNDAY
Many Trees Blown Down and Consid
erable Damage Done to Crops
A storm swept over. Lake Weir and
surrounding country about 3 o'clock
Sunday afternoon, laying low large
trees, both "pine and oak,- telephone
poles and wires, fences arid cornfields.
The storm originated west of the lake,
and -blew east, gaining strength as it
went. ;"V!v .J".
It was an impressive sight as seen
from the eastern shore. Thunder
gave warning of its approach. A
gray curtain, that seemed immovable
in the distance, was seen over the isl isl-land.
land. isl-land. The waters of the lake, smooth
as a waxed floor before the blow, now
became mottled off the western shore
as the rain peppered it, and grad gradually
ually gradually the mottled area and the gray
curtain advanced. The entire lake was
peppered before the wind raised at
all. Then the wind burst upon the
eastern shore as out of a suddenly re
leased valve of immense size, and
brushed over the trees as over a field
of tall grass. The storm was on in
all of its glory, its gray-white light
Hooding, the open spaces and the wind
whippeing the waters, of the lake to
In a short time the storm had pass passed
ed passed over. The wind died. The rain
fell perpendicularly, beating out the
roughness of the waters, the lake was
again as smooth as before, and the
sun came out brilliantly.
"SCANDAL" TOMORROW NIGHT
The five reel Universal drama,
"Scandal," which was shown at the
Temple several weeks ago, will again
be the attraction Tuesday afternoon
and night. There is a lesson in
"Scandal" and if you have that
"catty" feeling toward your neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood possibly by misunderstood ac actions
tions actions you should see it by all means.
This film is being put on by Manager
Bennett by special request of a num number
ber number of his patrons.
i Two of the boys from Gates' garage
will be treated to that delicious bot bottled
tled bottled coca-cola, so refreshing and in invigorating
vigorating invigorating thees hot days, if they
will present this notice at Heintz's
Bakery. The Ocala Coca-Cola Bot Bottling
tling Bottling Works;
Mary Basha was arraigned before
Recorder Izlar this morning, charged
with selling groceries on Sunday.
She was fined $5. It appears that at
her store on North Magnolia street
yesterday she sold nine eggs and a
package of chewing gum to a negro,
and, as selling groceries On Sunday is
against the law of the city, she was
' MORE TROOPS TO MEXICO
Washington, June 12. Secretary
Baker announces that 1000 additional
coast artillerymen and a battalion of
engineer troops stationed here have
been ordered to the Mexican border.
Attempts to Carry French Positions
Wrest of Vaux Last Night Failed -Entirely
London, June 12. A German in
fantry attack on the French positions
west of Vaux last night failed en entirely,
tirely, entirely, says the war office. Heavy
German bombardment north of Fors
Souville and Tavannes and heavy ar artillery
tillery artillery action in the vicinit of Chat-
tancourt are announced.
The Swedish steamer Emmy has
been sunk by a mine, says a Malmo,
Sweden, dispatch. Five sailors perish
ed. : ..- ,.
The Norwegian steamer Bar has
been sunk by a mine or torpedo.
AUSTRIAN'S CHECK RUSSIAN
'Russian troops yesterday approach
ed the outskirts of Czernewitz, Buko-
wina, which they captured early in
the war, but were compelled to evac
uate by the Austro-German offensive.
They also attacked the Zalescyky
bridge head, on the Dneister river,
thirty miles northwest of Czernewitz.
Berlin announces that the Russians
were repulsed northeast of Buczaca,
Galicia. More than thirteen hundred
Russians were captured.
ITALIAN CABINET OUT
London, June 12. The Italian cab
inet, headed by Premier Salandra, re
signed yesterday. This action re
sulted from the failure of the chamber
of deputies to pass a vote of confi confidence
dence confidence in the government, after the
presentation of the budget of the
minister of. the interior.
MARION MUST BACK
' THE DIXIE HIGHWAY
Judge Allison Makes Special Request
that Membership of the County
. Council be Increased
Judge- M. M. Allison, of Chatta
nooga, president of the Dixie High
way Association, has made a special
request that the membership of the
Marion county council be increased, in
order that more effective work might
be done here in the county and assist
ance and encouragement given other
counties in the upbuilding of the
great Mackinac to Miami thorough thoroughfare.
fare. thoroughfare. A meeting of the Marion coun
ty council, therefore, will be held
Friday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock in
the rooms of the Board of Trade, and
it is urgently requested that all good
roads enthusiasts and public spirited
persons of the city and county attend,
prepared to throw their support back
of the highway.
'; On June 22 the annual meeting of
the Central Florida Highway Associa
tion will be held in Orlando. At this
meeting a call will be made for re reports
ports reports on the carrying out of the Dixie
Highway pledges made by the various
counties through which the Central
Florida branch is routed, and the
.route of the highwayy be changed in
the case of any county that fails to
fulfill its pledge or that has failed
to make one. Marion county's roads
are down, both the main line from the
Alachua to Lake county lines, and
the Paradise Loop from Ocala to the
Citrus county line at Dunnellon.
These roads are now in good condition
with some exceptions, and arrange arrangements
ments arrangements have been made to mark the
main highway with the official markr
ers. A report on these points will
have to be made to the Central Flor
ida Highway Association, and it is
hoped that a report can be made, too,
on an increase in membership in this
It has- just been officially announc
ed that the last barrier in Tennessee
has been broken down, and the Dixie
Highway will be open by fall for its
full length from the Straits of Mack
inac to Miami. Is Marion county
sufficiently interested to do what it
can to help get the highway opened
from Tallahassee to Gainesville? Is
Ocala interested in having the thou thou-sans
sans thou-sans of tourists that will make use of
the Dixie Highway, come through
here ? The Dixie Highway is fed by a
population of 40,000,000.
WITH YOUR CAR?
' Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles is my business.
Honest, efficient service; you pay for
the time put in on your car only. j.
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone
393, Ocala, Fla. 6-9-16-tf
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 23
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members &r
cordially invited to meet with us.
, Lena Tompkins, M. E. C
i Kate B. Howell, IL R.
OCALA EVENING STAB MONDAY, JUNE 12, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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45ix months, In advance t.M
Three month, in advance......
One xnoatn, in advance......... 0
One year, in advance. ..........ft.00
Six month, tn advance......... 4.2 S
Three months, in ad vanes...... 2.2B
One month, in advance........
The domcratic party in Florida is
not rotten, but it has given a mighty
good imitation of its thif spring.
Plenty of room on the waterworks
lot for a swimming pool, which is one
thing the boys of Ocala greatly need.
If the National Democratic Con Convention
vention Convention wants to please Catts and his
crowd it will nominate Tom Watson
The,re will be twenty-three women
delegates in the National Democratic
Convention; however, that won't be
enough to make it a hen party.
Our prediction that all Mar Ws
defeated candidates would prove good
sports came true. We haven't heard
a grouchy expression from one of
We see by the Florida Grower that
Mr. S. H. Gaitskill has been inspect inspecting
ing inspecting the country around Lake Okee Okeechobee,
chobee, Okeechobee, and pronounces it very good
Perry Wall made strong friends
vrho will always think kindly of him
whether he won or not. Pensacola
Made a bunch in Ocala.
We hope that in future campaigns
the democrats of Florida will remem
ber that Ion Farris was willing to
sacrifice his personal ambition to the
good of his party and the state. .:;
A good friend of ours says that
the press of Florida has a special dis dislike
like dislike for Catts. The press of Florida
is pretty well up to the average in
'fairness and intelligence. If it doesn't
HV Catts. the probability is that
Catts is to blame.1 r
- The Augusta, Ga., Chronicle is the
oldest newspaper in the South, and
one of the oldest and best in the
United States. It was burned out in
tha creat fire in Augusta several
weeks ago, but never missed an issue
and is doing as good work as ever.
: t ..
The National Democratic Conven
tion meets in St. Louis' Wednesday.
The nomination of President Wilson
is a foregone conclusion. There are
several nominees for the vice presi
dency, beside Marshall, Major oi mis mis-Eouri
Eouri mis-Eouri and Kern of -Indiana being
among the leaders.
I Congressman Sparkman congratu
lates Mr. Drane on his nomination.
We dare say that ,"Uncle Steve" re
grets his defeat less than many of
his friend do. He has served long
and faithfully and .won't be sorry to
take a rest. But the state of Florida
will miss the good influence he has so
long exerted in Congress.
The controversy between English
and Germans as to whether the Brit British
ish British battleship Warsprite was sunk or
not in the battle of Jutland is settled
by the Associated Press, one of whose
correspondents has interviewed in
London her captain, who with his ship
and crew are reported by the Germans
to be at the bottom of the sea.
THE STAR'S PHONES
The editor's 'phone is
"51 TWO RINGS
while the business office re remains
mains remains the same. Our friends
will save themselves possible
annoyance and delay by keep keeping
ing keeping this in mind when calling
up the Star office in future
a a a a a
an AiaDama rauroaa train and go
into the one reserved for colored. The
incident shows that Motor has not as
much sense as .Washington had.
Washington traveled all over the
South, but he knew the laws and cus
toms and never ;had any trouble.
Northern people don't seem to under
stand that white people are not allow allowed
ed allowed to ride in the coaches set aside for
colored people on the southern roads.
Twenty-four years ago, when as a
printer, we were touring Texas, one
cummer afternoon' we boarded a train
at a tank town, intending to go to
Austin. The car for whites was
jammed; every seat fall and people
standing. The coach for colored peo people
ple people had only a dozen ax so occupants,
and being, very tired, from a long
walk in the hot sun, we went into it
and took a seat. Then came the con
ductor and told as we would have to
leave that car or be arrested. So we
stood up on our : tired and blistered
trilbies for over an hour. .We- think
this was just as great an outrage as
requiring the president of Tuskegee
to go into the colored coach, where
be doubtless obtained a comfortable
seat, but not being, eaten up by our
ego, we have never, mentioned it be
fore. We .. now l publish it in the hope
that the wrath of the friends of Moton
will be slightly appeased.
, Lakeland has the present governor,
a ; United States senator elect, a con congressman,
gressman, congressman, elect, a state senator, a
circuit judge and two representatives.
Nobody, else has a chance when a
Lakeland man starts after an officer officer-Lakeland
Lakeland officer-Lakeland Telegram.
We move that the entire state chip
in and give Lakeland a silver-plated
pig-trough for a Christmas present.
The erection of the library building
shows very plainly that our "civic
center" lot is not big enough. Al Although
though Although a comparatively small struc structure,
ture, structure, it already makes the rest of the
space look crowded. The erection of
p. city hall and fire station will make
it look jammed. The lot should be
at least twice as large and the library
should have been on the northeast
corner, where Mr. Dewey's residence
is. It is entirely too close to the rail rail-,ioad
,ioad rail-,ioad for a building of its purposes.
Some of these days, when Ocala is- a
bigger city, -the library will have to
The story is going the rounds of
the state press that one of the
reasons why Mr. Sparkman was de defeated
feated defeated was because he did not have
General Law appointed postmaster
at Bartow, and thereby incurred the
ill will of the Confederate veterans
of the first district. We daresay the
story misrepresents General Law and
the other veterans. The voters are
supposed to accept or reject a con congressman
gressman congressman because he is fit or unfit' to
represent them at Washington. To
vote against a congressman simply
and solely because he hasn't given a
man an office is an act that any ord ordinary
inary ordinary citizen, let alone an old soldier,
would be ashamed of.
Major Moton, who succeeded Booker
T. Washington as principal of Tur Tur-keeee.
keeee. Tur-keeee. is receiving much svmnathv in
the north" because he had to leave a
passenger coach for white people on
.Very much more remarkable than than-anything
anything than-anything we might .say about the
car, are the remarkable things
people continue to say about it
At the Republican National Con
vention in Chicago, Saturday, Charles
Evans Hughes of New York was
nominated for president, and Charles
Warren Fairbanks of Indiana was
nominated for vice president. Both
accepted the nomination.
It is probable that in Hughes and
Fairbanks the republicans have nomi nominated
nated nominated two of their best men, and it
will not do for democrats to under underestimate
estimate underestimate either their merit or their
Mr. Hughes is fifty-four years old.
As governor of New York state and
associate justice of the supreme court
he has made a public record that no
man has excelled for cleanness and
It is reported from Chicago that
his nomination was a cut and dried
affair, and pre-arranged by the bosses.
This may be, but during his official
life Mr. Hughes has plainly shown
that bosses do not control him.
The public first heard of Mr.
Hughes in 1905 and 1906, when he
served as counsel for the Armstrong
legislative committee for the investi
gation of insurance business in New
York. In the insurance investigation'
he unearthed nation-wide scandals
and the whole country followed the
dramatic story which he revealed.
Before his investigation was half
finished republican leaders seized
upon the record which he had made
to carry their party to victory. The
New York City republican convention
nominated him for mayor, but he de declined
clined declined because he had not finished the
investigation. The next year, when
W. R. Hearst was nominated for gov
ernor by the democrats and the In
dependent League, Mr.. Hughes was
selected by the republicans and was
elected. He was the only republican
on : the state ticket not defeated, but
throughout his administration as gov governor
ernor governor he was at loggerheads with the
. Governor Hughes was considered
prominently for the republican presi presidential
dential presidential 'nomination in 1908, but was
re-nominated for governor and re
elected. It was during his second
term in 1910 that President Taft ap appointed
pointed appointed him to the supreme court
bench. :n.vC- ; ;
As a member of the court his clear
ness of comprehension and his ability
of concise statement led to his selec selection
tion selection by the chief: justice in even the
first year of his service to wiite many
of the most important decisions.
Mr. Fairbanks is one of the sort of
men that a national convention gen
erally nominates for vice president,
generally picking out i man that it
thinks can help the party to carry a
pivotal state, and without much ref
erence to the fact that the death of
the president will make him the head
of the nation. He is not brilliant, but
"safe and sane," a man of irreproach
able character, stands well with the
"machine," and fairly well with the
people of his home state of Indiana.
He was vice president during Roose
velt's term, and has had a lightning
rod up for a presidential nomination
ever since. He and Vice President
Marshall are from the same state.
Mr. Marshall is almost certain of re re-nomination,
nomination, re-nomination, and unless he has lost
greatly in popularity will be worth
more to .the democratic ticket than
Fairbanks will be to the republican.
In his acceptance, telegraphed to
the chairman of the republican con convention
vention convention Saturday afternoon, with a
promptness that showed his" nomina nomination
tion nomination had been expected, Mr. Hughes
condemned President .Wilson's Mexi
can policy and pledged himself to
preparedness and a protective tariff.
Personally he is a good man. His
election would mean that the United
States would return to the economic
policy that after forty years of trial
it repudiated, in hope of better things,
terms so much in harmony with the
sentiments that Mr. Roosevelt has
been expressing that there is very
little doubt what the committee will
Mr. Roosevelt's refusal to accept
the nomination is a wise one. He has
great popularity in the north, but it
if hardly great enough to elect him,
while it would almost certainly defeat
the republicans, with whom of course
he is more in sympathy than he is
with the democrats.
If he remains out of the race, and
the progressives decide to help the
republicans, and undoubtedly most of
them will do so, the chances of demo democratic
cratic democratic victory will be considerably
lessened, tho' not enough to insure
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The nomination by the progressives
at Chicago Saturday of Mr. Roosevelt
for president was closely followed by
the nomination of John M. Parker of
Louisiana for vice president. Mr.
Parker is a native bf Mississippi, and
for forty years has been a prominent
business man of New Orleans. He
was a democrat until 1912, when he
joined the progressives.
Shortly after Mr. Roosevelt's nom
ination, but not in time for the after afternoon
noon afternoon papers to obtain the news, Mr.
Roosevelt sent the following message
to the progressive convention:
"I am very grateful for the honor
you confer upon me by nominating
me as president. I cannot accept it
at this time I do not know the at attitude
titude attitude of the candidate of the re
publican party toward the vital
questions of the day. Therefore, if
you desire an immediate decision I
must decline the nomination. But if
you prefer it, I suggest that my con conditional
ditional conditional refusal to run be placed in
the hands of the progressive national
committee. If Mr. Hughes' state
ments, when he makes them, shall
satisfy the committee that it is for
the interest of the country that he be
elected, they can act accordingly and
treat my refusal as definitely ac
cepted. If they are not satisfied they
can so notify the progressive party
and at the same time they can confer
with me and then determine on what whatever
ever whatever action we may severally deem
appropriate to meet the needs of the
The progressive convention, after
electing an executive committee, ad adjournedThe
journedThe adjournedThe committee will meet in
Chicago June 25, to decide whether
to. support the republican nominees or
put out a progressive ticket.
i Hughes' acceptance is set forth in
A FACTION THAT
WORKS IN THE DARK
A few days after Mr. W. K. Zewad-
ski announced for representative, he
received the following letter:
' Ocala, Fla., April 18, 1916.
Mr. W. K. Zewadski, Candidate for
Dear Sir: How do you line up on
the Roman Catholic question that is
agitating the whole country today?
In nearly all the state legislatures'
in the Union a bill has been introduc introduced
ed introduced for the inspection of hospitals, re reformatories,
formatories, reformatories, asylums, "Houses of the
Good Shepherd," convents, Catholic
schools, nunneries, etc., etc., by the
county commissioners, of which you
The bill introduced at Tallahassee
was turned down by certain spineless,
T s il i 1 '
xvoman iainoiic vote sucKersi &
Will you kindly tell the voters of
Marion county whether you are in
favor or against such a measure be being
ing being passed by the Florida legislature
during its next session? v
, The American people are fighting
for America and, all of its free institutions-
-the public schools, free press,
free speech and the like, dear to the
. The Roman Catholic element is
fighting for the pope of Rome, and
against all of our free institutions! -How
do you stand? This is a fight
for either light or darkness, a free
country or a Roman inquisition,
Every candidate must ring true
this year or go way back, way back
and sit down, and be counted "out!"
The man that trucks to Rome for
the Romanist vote from this on will
be considered too weak minded for
any responsible office. Every public
office must be filled with good, honest,
true Americans. The papes must re remain
main remain at home or go to Rome and kiss
the pope's toe for a change.
Tell us by an open letter in both
of the local papersBanner and the
Star. The other fellow will have to
declare himself, too, if he wants us to
vote for him.
. Thanking you for a reply, we are
your friends--if, IX -f
Voters of Marion County.
Mr. Zewadski did not pay any at attention
tention attention to the letter. He went on with
his campaign as though he had not
If he had published it and made a
fight on the faction that evidently
inspired it, he probably would have
been elected, unless both of his op opponents
ponents opponents had followed a similar policy.
The vote in the primary over
three to one against Catts shows
that a great majority of the dem
ocrats of Marion county are against
the guardians and their methods.
A few days Jbefore election, the Star
hearing a report that the' guardians
had endorsed certain' candidates, pub
lished the report, as it would ; any
other matter of campaign news. Each
and every one of the candidates re referred
ferred referred to denied knowledge of any
such endorsement, and they were all
much displeased with the Star for
printing it. Some of Mr. Colbert's
friends attribute his defeat to this
report. ; We had conceded to the guar
dians the right to endorse anybody
they saw fit, and were somewhat sur
prised to find an evidence of their
good will regarded with such dread.
We do not, however, concede to
MANY WOMEN OF OUR
HOME STATE WOULD
St. Petersburg, Fla. "I used Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription before and
for several weeks
after the birth of
my baby. -This
course I followed
with each of my
three babies and
am glad to testify
that I was comfort
able and free from
the annoyances that
go with such a con
dition. My chil-
? dren were born with
the greatest "ease.
In a very short
time the medicine built up the tissues and
was the means of the regainment of my
health and strength. It fitted me for
nursing and helped increase the supply."
Mrs. N. L. Wells, 310 Ninth St., North,
St. Petersburg, Fla.
Don't forget that the surest way tc
keep the womanly health is to use Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription. It pro promotes
motes promotes perfect regularity. It cures in inflammation,
flammation, inflammation, ulceration and weakness.
It soothes and strengthens the nerves,
drives away despondency, and gives a
healthy appetite and refreshing sleep.
It- makes childbirth easy, and nursing
mothers will find in it a strength-giving
"Favorite Prescription" contains no
alcohol. It is extracted from native roots
with pure glycerine. Buy it now, in
liquid or tablet form, from your druggist
or send 50 eents or $1.00 to Dr. Pierce,
Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. for tab tablets.
lets. tablets. Write for free book on woman'e
Constipation causes and seriously aggra aggravates
vates aggravates many diseases. It is thoroughly
cured by Doctor Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
One a laxative; two or, three a cathartic.
These tiny, sugar-coated, anti-bilioua
granules the smallest ir.vi ,i.vt tc
sTv GrocennaLii and
7 hand him a nickel. Hell come
back with the snappiest gin
snaps you ever put inyour JwI
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them, or any other secret organiza
tion the right to threaten a democrat democratic
ic democratic candidate unless he will promise to
do, things that are outside the lines
of party policy. The democratic
party is traditionally and emphat emphatically
ically emphatically against any union of church
and state. It is also emphatically
against any organization the mem members
bers members of which work in the dark and
are ashamed to acknowledge the
order to which they belong.
STATEMENT FOR MAY
Honorable City Council of the City
of Ocala, Florida:
Gentlemen: I herewith submit the
following report of receipts and dis
bursements for the month of May,
Collected by tax collector:
Taxes . ..... .. ... $ 3,580.94
Licenses .... .......... V 338.00
Collected by marshal:
Fines, police court $ 180.45
Personal taxes (W. F. -Adams)
.. .. 45.60
Collected by stock impounder:
Pound fees 15.50
Collected by clerk:
E. L. Dept.,' service. . . .$ 2,070.07
E., L. Dept., meters 36.00
Tax redemptions ........ 27.86
Market and house rent.;. 110.00
Sidewalk assessments . . 210.93
Miscellaneous sales ...... 2.60
Carnegie library fund.... 3,000.00
W. W. Dept.,- rents 148.61
W. W. Dept., meters..... 19.96
W. W. Dept., miscellaneous 50.00
Total collections. 9,836.52
Balance on hand May 1,
1916 : j .......... . ; r 92,802.16
Total ;. .... .. . ... .$102,638.69
Warrants Drawn During May, 1916
Officers, clerks, etc ........ $ 370.00
Salaries ..... 252.93
Witness fees and costs.... 10.20
Sundry expense . ... . 5.00
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which has been proven by actual
demonstration. The testimonials of
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facturers, manufacturers, the Florida Soft Phosphate
& Lime Co., of Ocala, are convincing.
The attention of St. Johns farmers
is called to the advertisement of this
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Ocala lee M PacMeci Co.
- $ 268.13
Labor ........ .... i. .$ 207.50
Feed .. ............I... 78.96
Sundry expense . 192.48
Sanitary department: ;
Labor and expense . . . $
Health department 100.00
Contingencies . . ..... 124.13
Pound expense . ....... : 71.34
Rest room .. 50.00
Salaries .. 325.00
Supplies and repairs ...... 83.01
Equipment .. 477.00
Electric light department. $
Waterworks bond fund.
License refund ..........
Sewer bond fund. .......
Carnegie library fund. ...
Total warrants drawn..? 21,491.01
Disbursed by City Treasurer During
General fund $ 3,079.52
Rest room fund ......... 50.00
Carnegie library fund 3,000.00
Electric light fund....... 2,820.31
Water works fund ........ 793.73
Water works bond fund .. 3,193.83
Sewer bond fund ........ 8,993.01
Balance on Hand Jane 1, 1916
General fund .$ 3,394.74
Bond interest fund 2,476.71
Sinking fund ...... 6,167.89
Electric light fund. .. 1,072.26
Water works fund (over (overdrawn)
drawn) (overdrawn) 55.93
Water works bond fund.. 40,029.77
Sewer bond fund 26,577.26
Carnegie library and rest
room .. .. ........ 1,045.58
Total .....$ 80,708.23
Accounted for as Follows
(From city treasurer's report)
In Commercial Bank. 66,576.03
Interest coupon account,
$1996.89; coupons now
turned in, $50 $2046.89;
Less amount paid, $408. 1,638.89
Sinking fund at interest.. 832.32
Uncollected checks on hand 91.76
In M. & C. Bank. 11,569.28
Outstanding Scrip June 1, 1916
Electric light fund..
Water works fund .......
Water works bond fund..
Sewer bond fund.
$ ; 132.30
H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk.
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If You Have any News for this De
partment, Call Up Five-One
Yesterday the Times-Union printed
large picture of Miss Mary Shep Shep-ard
ard Shep-ard of Oldtown, a sister of Mrs. J.
L- Edwards of this city. Miss Shep-
ard has just received her A. B. de
gree from Stetson University and
pant a few days visiting her brother
?.nd sister, Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Shep Shep-pard
pard Shep-pard of Jacksonville on her way home.
Miss Lois Dame, who is a student
at St. Joseph's Convent at St. Au
gustine, will graduate on the 22nd,
after which her Ocala friends will
ave the pleasure of seeing her again.
1 Mr. C. II. Dame is in the citv from
Jacksonville, visiting his son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. H. W.
W m 9
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peyser, Miss
Gertie Peyser and little Caroline and
Babbette motored to Holder Sunday,
where they spent the day with Mr.
and Mrs. Becker.
Mrs. Sarah Banks Weaver of Miami
is visiting at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. S. O. Weaver in this city. Mrs.
Weaver is a promineit U. D. C. wom woman,
an, woman, having served on the executive
board of the Florida division for sev
eral years, and is also, president of
her home chapter, Southern Cross.
Mrs. Weaver attended the Confeder
ate Veterans' reunion in Birmingham
recently and is now en route to Mi Miami.
ami. Miami. Gainesville Sun.
'Mrs. Weaver is a sister of Mrs. A.
A. Winer and Mr. S. M. Lummus of
Ocala, and is expected to visit her
relatives and friends in, this city be before
fore before returning home.
The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Dame and Miss Tinder wilj be much
interested in the following from the
Times-Union of Sunday:
Mr. and Mrs. Carter H. Dame an announce
nounce announce the engagement of their
daughter, Mabel Tinder, to" Mr. James
Murray Pearce, of Kissimmee, the
wedding to take place at noon, June
The wedding will take place at the
home of the bride's parents on East
Fourth street, Rev. J. T. Boone of the
First Christian church performing the
ceremony, which will be witnessed by
relatives and intimate friends.
Miss Frances Wilson of Palm Beach
will preside at the piano, and with
Miss Gertrude Kerr, violinist, will
lender the program of wedding music,
playing the Bridal Chorus from Loh Lohengrin
engrin Lohengrin as the bridal party enters.
The bride will be given in marriage
by her father, and will be attended by
Mrs. Elbert Carrington of Palm Beach
as matron of honor. Her bridesmaid
will be Miss Zee Ella Gobay.
4 The grom will have as his best man
Mr. Charles W. Smith of Atlanta.
The couple will leave, following a
wedding breakfast, for an extended
wedding trip, and on their return will
be at home to their friends in Kis Kissimmee.
The bride came to Jacksonville re recently
cently recently from Kissimmee, and during
ieroiuiitaitaoEii If the
HAT is the bore
owner not long ago.
"1 don't khowfw he replied simply, aI; don't : buy cars on figures any
more. I buy them on what they 've done
For this man, and for many others like him, it was enough that during
the thirteen strenuous years the Maxwell record for performance, reliability
and economy had swept it to the front.
r Figures engine speed figures, horse-power f igures, wheel-base
figures they meant nothing to him. The name "MaxweDw carried more
weight than all the technical description that could be offered.
; Maxwell cars have achieved this great good will and this priceleiis
position with the public only by their unequalled record of things done.
What is said of an automobile in its specifications is one matter. What the
car actually does in the hands of owners, year a fter year, is another matter.
The Maxwell car has won its position through sheer meriL It has set
record after record in competition with cars of all prices and classes.
Everything considered, the Maxwell is the safe investmenL It is a
known, tried and proved product. It will serve you as it b serving and has
served countless others.
Let us arrange for a demonstration toddy. You will be under no
obligation. We want to give you a chance to convince yourself.
TTTi UTY H A
her residence here has made many
friends who will wish her happiness
in her new life.
The groom is a well known young
business man of Kissimmee, and has
a wide circle of friends, who will ex extend
tend extend his bride a cordial welcome.
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet Wednesday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. R. E. Yonge.
Little Miss Helen Newsom left
yesterday, for a visit to Mr. and Mrs.
R. D. Dodge at Clearwater.
Miss Eley, who has been connected
with the Affleck millinery establish establishment
ment establishment for some months, leaves in a
few days to spend her vacation with
her parents in Atlanta.
Misses Eunice and Lillie Marsh
left Saturday afternoon for Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, to attend the summer normal
school for teachers. ...
Mri and Mrs. O. M. Eaton went,
down to Tampa today to be present at
the marriage of Miss Turner, a niece
of Mrs., Eaton. Miss Turner is the
daughter of Mr. N. L. Turner, a for former
mer former resident of Lakeland, and it was
her desire that Mrs. Eaton play her
wedding march. Lakeland Telegram.
Mr. and Mrs. Carl Dekle, who live
at Groveland in Sumter county, are
spending a few days in the city. Mrs.
Dekle was formerly Miss Sallie Spur-
lin of this city.
Miss Donnie and Willie : Proctor,
who have been attending the Stetson
normal, stopped in the city over Sun-
and stroke of your motor,, was asked a Maxwell
Car $655 r Roadster $635
F. O. B. DETROIT 1
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Inav nn their wi r in tTioir Viftmo of
Eureka, and were the guests of their
cousin, Mrs. Laura Wellhoner, Miss
Willie Proctor intends to also' attend
the state normal -at Gainesville.
. The county judge last week issued
a marriage license to Mr. Maxie
Masons and Miss Julia Gwynn, two of
the most popular young people of the
Graham ville section. The Star under understands
stands understands that the wedding took place at
the home of the bride Sunday.
Misses Carolyn and Babette Pey Peyser
ser Peyser are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. E.
T. Becker of Holder. The little ladies
expect to be away about ten days.
Leroy Bridges, one of the promising
young students at Wofford "College,
Sparanburg, S. C, is at home for his
Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Martin re
turned yesterday from Wildwood,
where they were called some days
ago on account of the serious illness
of Mr. Martin's brother, Mr. D. M.
Martin, who is now much improved.
Mrs. Max Tobleske and children are
expected home in a short time from
their visit to Michigan relatives.
Mrs. Tobleske's friends will be pleas pleased
ed pleased to learn that she has entirely re regained
gained regained her health.
Wclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EM BUYERS
PHONES 47, 104 05
We Do a General Lint of
We Rebuild (not repair)
We have Springs, Axles and Other
Parts for Ford Cars
Also fine Motor Car Black to make
an Old Ford Look Like New
YOURS FOR BUSINESS
MEADOWS REPAIR SHOP
110 N. Orange St Ocala, Fla,
L C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR IV. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocalc, Fla
Put Your Ad. in the Star.
OCALA EVENING STAR, BIONDAY, JUNE 12. 1916
Every time mother gets out Calu
met I know there's going to be good
things to eat at oar house. Delicious,
tender, tempting doughnuts, biscuits,
cakes and pies! I've never seen a bake bake-day
day bake-day failure with Calumet.. Mother
says it's the only Baking Powder that
insures uniform results."
, L-V Received Kighect Awards
w VV Km Ci Bit FrrgScM S
1 V Hit in f und y
EXCURSION TO VALDOSTA, MA
CON AND ATLANTA BY
. K. of P. meet tonight.
Elks meet tomorrow evening,
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
All magazines at The Book Snop. 3t
Fresh seeds of all kinds at the
Ocala Seed Store. it
" Mr. T. B. Stringfellow of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville is at the Ocala House.
We- carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's.
Cheap and tig c&n Baking Powdersdo not
save you money. CaTufr.etdocs--it'sPure
and far superior to sour milk and soda.
W. F. BALLINGER 1
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
Cornice, Spouting, Skylights,
Tanks and General Repair
Sheet Iron and Copper Work
; PHONE 388 ;
; 210 S.Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
' Druggist and Seedsmen
MAIL ORDER nOUSE
We deliver all parcels of reasonable
weight when cash accompanies order.
Ask your doctor to leave your pre prescriptions
scriptions prescriptions with us, as they are care
fully compounded and prompt deliv delivery
ery delivery made. Phone 30.
10 and 25 cent bats at The Book
Take Rexall liver salts for that
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's.
Swimming time's here. 'Get your
bath caps at The Court Pharmacy, tf
Our "unclassified' column will sell
it for you. Try it.
Try' Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, at Gerig's.
Don't fail to see the fine line of
stationery just in at The Book Shop.
Mr, Hullum Jones, one of Anthony's
most successful farmers, is among
the visitors in the city today.
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract, $2 per
Mr. Marcus, Frank bought a Ford
car Saturday afternoon from Mr. Ed Edward
ward Edward Tucker.
When you want the editorial de department
partment department at the Star office call "five "five-one
one "five-one two rings."
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open nigh
and day. Merchant's Cafe- tf
Ollie Mordis, the North Magnolia
street merchant, is : in Hot Springs,
Ark., recuperating. He is a guest of
the Southern hotel.
Mr. Petteway, who was in Mr. H. M.
Hampton's law office for some time
and now practicing law in Lakeland,
is in the city for a few days.
Mr. W. I. Evans of Fort Lauder
dale, formerly a resident of this city
and with Mr. H. M. Hampton, is in
town for a few days visit to friends.
Mr. L. W. Yonge went to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville on the 2:30 train this morning to
drive back a new Maxwell car for R.
R. Carroll, the Maxwell distributor,
coming via St. Augustine and Palatka.
W. K. JLane, m. IX, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Law Library Building, Ocala,
The annual personally, conducted
excursion to Valdosta, Macon and At Atlanta
lanta Atlanta over the Georgia Southern &
Florida Railway 'will be operated on
Saturday, June 24.
The round trip rate from Jackson
ville to Valdosta will be $2, to Macon
$4 and to Atlanta $6. The rate from
Hampton to Valdosta will be $2.25, to
Macon $4.50, to Atlanta $6.50; from
Palatka to Valdosta $2.50, to Macon
$4.50, and to Atlanta $6.50. Tickets
will be honored on trains leaving
Jacksonville at 7:10 and 7:40 p. m.
These trains will be equiped with
through coaches for Valdosta, Macon
and Atlanta. Returning tickets will
be honored on any regular train ar arriving
riving arriving at original starting point be
fore midnight of June 30.
For cheap rates to Jacksonville see
A. C. L. excursion on June 23.
REJOICES BECAUSE HER
Born to Mr. and Mrs. D. T. Jeffcoat
at the Marion County Hospital this
morning, a fine, 10 1-2 pound boy.
This makes two boys and a girl in
Mr. JefFcoat's family.
Col.: James P. Cobb and wife, ac
companied by their two daughters,
Misses Winnifred and Grace, of Talla
hassee, are guests today of Dr. and
Mrs. W. K. Lane at their home on
South Fourth street.1 They are on
their way to South Florida for a visit
to relatives in the Brooksville section.
Chief Chambers, of the fire depart department,
ment, department, is as good a fisherman as he is
a fighter. While on his outing at
Lake Weir, he has been taking some
big bass out of the water. This morn morning
ing morning he came up to the city with a six
and a half pounder, and on Saturday
landed a ten pounder.
Supervisor Barco, who spent Sun Sunday
day Sunday at his home in the Cotton Plant
region, tells the Star that the peo
ple of that favored section are re
joicing over their splendid corn crops.
They expect to have corn enough to
feed their own precinct and several
more." r -v
Supervisor Barco informs the Star
that all the Marion county election
returns have been summed up and
will be forwarded to Tallahassee this
afternoon. Our county has made a
much better, record than the average
for quickness and accuracy in obtain
ing th e results:
SWEET DREAMS ; drives away
nosquitoes. Lasts all night. The
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
Mr. Ed Rentz leaves in a few days
for Jacksonville, where he will assist
his father, Mr. 'George Rentz, in the
erection 6f his' new lumber mill.
Messrs. J. A. Grumbles and D. B.
Ribler, prominent phosphate miners,
of the Dunnellon section, are in the
city today on business connected with
the mines 'they represent.
FINEST AND QUICKEST TRAIN OPERATED ENTIRELY WITHIN
THE STATE OF FLORIDA ALL THE YEAR
E ABOAM MR LINE RY.
"The Progressive Railway of the South"
. ... A.r. 7.15 p. m.
............ .Lv. 4:10 p.m.
. .Lv. 2:24 p.m.
. ... i ..... Lv. 1 :40 p. m.
........... Lv. 1 :00 p. m.
.......... Lv. 10:10 a. m.
BROILER DINING CARS
1:35 p. m. Lv ....'....Jacksonville ..
4:30 p. m. Ar .Ocala .
6:21 p. m. Ar Dade City
7:06 p. m. Ar. ............. .Plant City
7:50 p. m. Ar.. ....... ... . .Tampa. .
SOLID STEEL COACHES
OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS
Last Train our of St. Petersburg, Tampa and South Florida making all
Connections for the West.' 1
Quickest One Night Out Service New York to TampaLeaving New
York 9 :1s1 a. m., Arriving Tampa 7:50 p. m.
John Bosseiau, C. P. A., A. Z. Phillips, A. G. P
Phone 139, Ocala, Fla. s Jacksonville, Fla..
THE WIMPSOE HOTEL
-!;X. i, "" At.M "r'"" ''''Jj..f,
in the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none. y
' RATES -From $1.50 per day per person to $6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER, : J: E. KAVANAUGH
. Proprietor. Manager.
SWEET DREAMS drives away
mosquitoes.' Lasts all 'night. The
Court Pharmacy. 18-tf
After a week-end visit to his fam
ily here, Mr. S. T. Skipper, foreman
of the A. C. L. extra ; construction
force, returned yesterday afternoon to
Lisbon, which in his headquarters at
Eat OCALA-MADE bread. There's
none better than Carter's Butter
The many friends of Mr. Abner
Pooser. will be pleased to learn that
he has again been promoted hy the
McCrorey company, for which he has
been working for the past six years.
He is now in charge of their store in
FOUND A blue bead necklace. Ap
ply at this office.
FOR SALE Concrete slabs 5 feet
square and smaller, suitable for side
walks, steps, etc. Cheap for cash.
Inquire of James Thompson, Florida
House, Ocala, Fla. 12-2t
CARROLTON Lovely rooms, table
best the market affords, most desir
able location; rates $9 to $12.50 per
week. Address "Proprietress," 321
W. Fourth Ave., v Hendersonville, N.
FOR SALE -Several very desirable
advertising spaces for the summer
months; no better stimulator of bus
iness has yet been discovered. Apply
Star office, or phone 51. ,8-3t
FOUND A splendid advertising
proposition for some Ocala merchant.
For details call phone 51 between 6 a.
m. and 9 p. m. (except 12 m. to 1 p.
13 POUNDS Sugar for 1; new Irish
potatoes 50c per peck; 6 cakes Oc
tagon soap 25c; 6 cans "Carnation"
milk 25c Sliced meats of all kinds.
Counts Grocery. 6-8-6t
FOR SALE At a bargain, one $40
Blue Streak, coaster brake bicycle.
Can be seen at G. A. Nash's store.
Owner is leaving Ocala. 6-6-3t
FOR RENT Furnished rooms for
light housekeeping; one two or more.
Gas. runninsr water, electric lizhts.
Call phone 242. Mrs. A. M. Perry, tf
FOR SALE At a bargain, 10-room
house one block north of postoffice on
North Main street. All modern im
provements.' Easy terms may be had.
TO All EIID
Mrs. Pegg Couldn't Find Out Cause
of Terrible Headaches Local
"I want half a dozen bottles of
Tanlac, for I am going to continue it
myself and start the rest of my fam family
ily family on it' was the somewhat unusual
statement of Mrs. Peter P. Pegg, 238
West- 24th street, wife of a Jackson
ville carpenter who is well known
among the builders of this progressive
"For five long years," continued
Mrs. Pebb, "I have suffered with the
most awful headaches any poor mor mortal
tal mortal ever had and it seemed like noth
ing on earth in the way of medicines
or treatment would give me relief. I
couldn't find out what caused 'em, for
one would say one thing and one
would say another. A doctor told me
the trouble was caused by my eyes,
as I had to sew a good deal, but since
I took Tanlac I have come to think
The hurting in my head would be
so bad that I have actually blistered
my face in the hope of offsetting the
pain. I took all kinds of medicines,
things like pills and headache cures
and the like, but never got any more
than a little temporary relief. The
headaches would come back and would
get so bad I thought they would drive
"About three months ago I began to
hear and read a lot about Tanlac, and
I made, up my mind to try it, because
I've been constipated a good deal and
my stomach hadn't ben in good order
for a long time. After taking just
one bottle I felt better than I'd felt
in a year and I didn't have any more
headaches than if I'd never heard of
such a thing.
"I've been sewing right along since
beginning on Tanlac, but it don't
seem to have any bad effect. The med
icine regulated my stomach and stop stopped
ped stopped the constipation and the head
aches left. "" That's the reason J'm
back here after more Tanlac. I need
a little more myself to get me in the
best shape and some of the others
haven't been in the best of health and
I want a little to use on them.
"I think Tanlac ise the most won
derful medicine I ever used and I am
ready to recommend it to any poor
woman that suffers as I did, for it
certainly will do what they say it
Genuine Tanlac is sold in Ocala by
Gerig's Drug Store. Adv
v Whir, jr
We give prompt and accurate ser service
vice service on all prescription work. Tell
your doctor to leave yours with
us. The Court Pharmacy. tf.
ChcTO Cold so onX the orinal bottle, sterilized,
sealed and labeled at tne plant.
Each bottle is filled by machinery--tlie syrup and carbonated
water are accurately measured by machinery, therefore you get
the same uniform pleasing flavor in every bottle1, which is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely impossible tinder the ordinary soda fountain method.
You can get your CHERO-COLA, "In a Bottle-Through a
Straw?' at Soda Fountains and other Refreshment Stands
Everybody knows it by its name.
Mrs. Francis R. Bridges will meet
papils wishing to study Latin or Eng English
lish English at the Ocala high school build building
ing building next Tuesday morning at 8
o'clock. A class in French may also
te formed under Mrs. Bridges' super supervision.
vision. supervision. 9-2t
KNIGUT8 OF PYTIIMb
Nice centrally located cottage on
Herbert street for rent; furnished or
unfurnished. Apply to F. E. Mc Mc-Clane,
Clane, Mc-Clane, M. D. 6-1-tf
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; Ocala 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa
7:50 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala $1.45 a. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9;15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 8:05 p. m.
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.;
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack
sonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4-r-Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
Stomach Troubles and Constipation
"I will cheerfully say that Cham
berlain's Tablets are the most satis
factory remedy for stomach troubles
and constipation that 1 have sold in
thirty-four years drug store service,'
writes S. H. Murphy, druggist, Wells Wells-burg,
burg, Wells-burg, N. Y. Obtainable everywhere.
SMALL CAR AT A BARGAIN
I have a small car (a "10" Buick)
cut down and in fair condition, for
sale cheap. Cash or very easy pay
ments. R. R. Carroll.
; Bowel Complaints in India
In a lecture at one of the Des
Moines, Iowa, churches a missionary
from India .told of mine into the in
terior of India, where he was taken
sick, and that he had a bottle, of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy with him and be believed
lieved believed that it saved his life. This
remedy is used successfully in India
both as a preventive and cure for
cholera. You may know from this
that it can be depended upon for the
milder forms of bowel complaint that
occur in this country. Obtainable
When you have plumbing or, elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
to smalL H. W. Tucker. tf
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
; Careful Estimates made on all Cos
tract work. Gives- More and Better
Work for the; Money than Any Other
Contractor in tha city.
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hail, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial Tireloome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. W. M. Gober, C C.
Cfcas. K. Sage. K. of R. S. A
This is how it looks. To know
what it does, ride in a car that
has one. Ride in the country.
See ho w it is heard half a mile
or more ahead. Ride in the
city. See how it gets instant
attention and action always.
Therq is a
for every kind and size of car
klaxon ...... $20
u. h. klaxon. ". $12
v, h- klaxet $6
hand klaxonet $4
Klaxons are made only by the
Lovell'McConnell Mfg. Co.,
Newark, N. J. Like all
standard articles they are
widely imitated. To be sure,
find the Klaxon name-plate.
700,000 are in use.
West Broadway and North Main St.
IN HOT WATER BECAUSE
YOU'RE OUT OF IT?
Seems odd, doesn't it? Yet how true.
Hot water is a great blessing. Let
us install hot water piping in your
home and you'll wonder how you ever
got along without it. Get our;esti our;esti-'mate
'mate our;esti-'mate on the cost of kerosene or gas
Plumbing, Tinning ana
2 and 4 S. Orange St. PHONE 526
; :- via-
Georgia Southern & Florida
SATURDAY- JUNE 21, 191&
Lv. Union Depot, Palatka 5:15 a. m. $2Jf O $40
Lv. Hampton. 6:53a.m. 2.25 40
Lv. Lake Butler 7:28 a.m. 2.00 4.00
Lv. Jacksonville 7:10 a.m. & 7:40 p.m 2.00 4.00
Trains carrying through first-class coaches and Pullman sleepers wiV
leave Jacksonville at 7:10 a. m. and 7:40 p. m. Tickets will be good retur
ing on any regular train arriving at original starting point before midnif
of May 29th. Trains will be personally conducted and the usual amoun'l
baggage may be checked. See Coast Line cheap excursion to J&zk
1 1 t no i s-.
'4 B U AJ t i
16 Hogan St,
J. H. RAFFTERY, D. P. A.
"The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tire
rrouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt-
5 ly filled.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
Thones 43876 Ocala, Fla.
6... r -7 f
Rt. Rer. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
to Leo 0olle
. Saint Leo, PascoICounty, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORF ORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH. TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. J. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM 0PEHS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 1 b, 1915
If interested address Box 156. 2-12t
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