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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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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, AUGUST. 11, 1916
VOL. 22, W. 194
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ITALY ill RUSSIA
PRESS Oil AUSTRIA

French and British Slaking Headway
Against Teutons on the
Western Front
(Associated Press)
London, Aug. 11. The Russian ad advance
vance advance has carried the czar's troops to
within eight : miles of the important
town of Halicz, on the southeastern
side, and a detachment is also push pushing
ing pushing forward east of Halicz, spread spreading
ing spreading out in fanlike formation.
The Italians are pressing the Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians to the east and southeast
along a twelve mile front with the
principal thrust extending towards
Trieste. v
RUSSIANS AND BRITISH AD AD-.
. AD-. VANCE
London, Aug. 11. The Russian and
British war offices report advances on
their fronts and the French say they
have opened a heavy bombardment on
German positions north of the Somme.
TOOK ANOTHER TOWN
' 1 t '""
The Russians have taken another
town northwest of Stanislau and re
? port their troops advancing on the
Sereth river. s The British announce a
forward movement northwest of Poz-
' teres. :-",'
TEUTON AIRMEN MADE ALLIES
MUCH TROUBLE
- ..VV ...
; The German admiralty announces
successful air attacks on British ves vessels
sels vessels off the Flemish coast and against
Russian aviation .stations on the isl island
and island of Oescl off the-Gulf of Riga.
ALLIES ADVANCE FROM SALON-
' .': IKI "-rr
A Havas dispatch reports reports
an Anglo-French attack on the Bul Bulgarians
garians Bulgarians forty miles northwest of
Saloniki. The Allies occupied the
Doiran railway station and a neigh neighboring
boring neighboring hill. ; .
AUSTRIANS CHECK ITALIANS
On the Isonzo front the Italians
' have thrown additional forces across
the river and continue to fight their
wty east of Gorizia. They have taken
strong Austrian entrenchments south
of Gorizia and have occupied the
town of Boschini. A large number of
prisoners are reported to have been
taken. Vienna admits the loss of
Gorizia and announces its evacuation
was followed by the repulse of new
Italian attacks on the Rovereto
plateau, and say forty-one hundred
Italian, prisoners were captured in
this region. ..
. : . ":
SHAW FELTS
Mr. Shaw Felts, of Crystal River,
died at the home of his father, Mr. W.
S. Felts, "in North Ocala early this
morning. Mr. Felts contracted fever
' t in Crystal River about three weeks
ago, aknd was brough to Ocala to the
home of his father. The deceased is
a brother of Mr. John Felts, formerly
on the police force of the city. Mrs.
Shaw Felts, who was Miss May Cur Curry,
ry, Curry, daughter of Mr. C. C. Curry, sur survives
vives survives her husband. They had been
married but a short time. The f un un--
- un-- eral will take place at the home this
" afternoon, and interment will be made
in Evergreen cemetery. Mclver &
MacKay have charge of the arrange arrangements.
ments. arrangements.
PERSONNEL OF DEMOCRATIC
CAMPAIGN COMMITTEE
t Associated Press)
New York. Aug. 11. Vance Mc
Cormick, chairman of the Democratic
National Committee, announces the
personnel of the democratic campaign
committee and the associate campaign
committee of progressives, which will
direct the fight for President Wilson's
re-election.
Hfl cam Dai en commit-
tee has a membership of twenty, the
cmpressive committee seven. The of
ficers of the committees are of the
democratic campaign committee,
McCormick. chairman; Homer
S. Cummins, vice chairman; Wilbur
lC. Marsh, treasurer, and Carter
Glass secretary. Henry Morgen-
i chairman of the finance com
;tt The progressive associate
committee is composed of Bainbridge,
Colby and others.
BABY MAXWELL AT A BARGAIN
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I have just 'taken in exchange a
m.TOiii; two-clinder. two-pas-
senger car. Fully equipped and in
fine condition throughout and looks
nd will move quick.
Hurry if you want it. It is the latest
of iliis model that was manufactured.
Cash or time. ,R. R. Carroll d&w
We carry a full Ihie of Thermos fill fillers.
ers. fillers. The Court Pharmacy. tf

WILL CALL 0(1 WILSON

Evident that the Executive is the
Only Agent that Can Reconcile
'Railroads and Employes
(Associated Press) ,
New, York, Aug. 11 After delib
erating the greater part of the night,
the federal mediation board was no
nearer a solution of the deadlock in
the dispute between the four railroad
brotherhoods and the employers. The
efforts of the mediators are virtually
at a halt, due, it is said, to the fact
hat the railroads refuse to grant any
concession other than arbitration, and
the men persist in their demands. It
is reported that unless there is an un unexpected
expected unexpected change within twenty-four
hours the board wilL suggest to Pres
ident Wilson that he intervene.
FRAZIER SAYS STRIKERS ARE
FEW
B. T." Frazier, representing the
railroad men of five southern states
against the threatened strike, tried to
make an appointment with the pres president,
ident, president, but was told the matter was
entirely in the hands of the media
tors. Frazier maintains that the
brotherhoods threatening a strike
represent but 20 per cent of the men
employed. :
SEIISATI01L SUICIDE
- t i
New York Man Jumped from Top of
Next to the Highest Building
in the World
: (Associated Press)
New 'York, Aug. 'lL-Albert Gold
man, sixty years old,' leaped from the
fortieth floor,! in the tower of the
Singer building, nearly six hundred
feet high, yesterday. His body was
mutilated beyondN recognition. The
Singer building is six hundred and
twelve feet high, and excepting the
Wbolworth building is the tallest in
the world.
KNOTT GAINED A :
FEW VOTES IN BRADFORD
According to information received
here, recount of the vote for guber
natorial candidates in seven precincts
of Bradford county, ,at Starke on
Thursday, showed a net gain of five
votes for W. V. Knott, who sought the
recount.
Full details were not secured, but
it was said that four of the net gain
of five for- Knott were from second
choice votes. Catts gained two votes
by recount of the vote of the Starke
precinct. Errors in canvassing were
found in all but two of the seven pre precincts
cincts precincts recounted. Hampton and Law Law-tey
tey Law-tey are the exceptions. Gainesville
Sun. ,'
MEETING OF STATE
EXECUTIVE .COMMITTEE
n' (Tampa Tribune)
Chairman George F. Raney yester.
day sent out notices or the democrat
ic state executive committee to meet
in Jacksonville,' on Thursday, August
24. at 10:30 o'clock. The meeting Is
scheduled for the Seminole hotel.
This will be the organization meet
ing of the new committee. J Chairman
Raney desired to hold it earlier, but
was delayed owing to the difficulty he
had in obtaining the names of the
newly-elected members of the commit
tee.
Probablv the most important mat
ter to come before the meeting will be
the untangling of the complications
caused by three of the candidates for
presidential electors failing to qualify
with the provisions of :the Bryan pri
mary law. Chairman Raney says tnat
this is a matter that can be easily
remedied. He wrote the "following
statement yesterday: :
"Three "democratic candidates for
presidential electors were nominated
in the recent primary rlorida is en
titled to six votes in the electoral col
lege. The state democratic executive
committee can select three additional
candidates and get up a petition sign
ed by 500 qualified voters and thereby
insure the placing of six democratic
candidates for presidential elctors on
the Official ballot in the general elec election
tion election of November next. There is no
danger whatever of Florida not hav having
ing having full representation."
SECOND HAND AUTOMOBILE
SUPPLIES FOR SALE CHEAP
Large size Prest-o-Lite Tank.
. Two new hand Klaxon Horns.
36x4 Diamond and Goodyear Tires,
straight side.
36x4 Tubes. 'T
Solitdorf Coil and Magneto.
Prest-o-Lite Headlights, oval glass:
Shebler Carburetor.
Apply to R, 3tj CarrnH. Star OSce
4 Woodmen meet Friday evening.

WEALTH DESTROYED
BY HIGH WATER

Four and a Half Millions Worth of
Property Swept Away in the
Carolina Floods
, : (Associated Press)
Charleston, Aug. 11. The weather
bureau reports the damage along the
Santee and Peedee rivers at four and
a half millions, of which two millions
are in South Carolina. This includes
all damage on which reports have
been received.
AHGLE IS MORE ACUTE
Otherwise Plans for Union Station
Have Not Been Materially -Altered
;
The blue prints for the union sta station
tion station on the new site, the Masters
property on the south side of the
Seaboard tracks, have-, arrived, : arid
the work of moving the station will
probably begin next week. There are
no material changes to be made in the
station. The angle between the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard and Coast Line tracks, is" more
acute on the south side of the tracks,
and this will, of course, necessitate
the placing of the winds of the station
at a more, acute angle.-,
t- EPIDEMIC ; FALLING OFF
.. - .-. :' .i . ........
Cooler Weather Brings a : Slight
Check to the Plague in
the Big City
' .( Associated Press)
- New York, Aug. 11. The infantile
paralysis epidemic showed a slight
decline today, and health experts are
hopeful that the cool weather which
brought relief to the city yesterday,
will check the plague. Thirty-one
deaths occurred the past twenty-four
hours, with 165 new cases.
- i
SUPREME COURT SUSTAINED
JUDGE BULLOCK
The supreme court of the state has
sustained the recent decision of Judge
Bullock' in overruling the demurrer of
the defendant in the case against Mr.
H. B. Clarkson, formerly general man manager;
ager; manager; of the Marion Hardware com company."
pany." company." The effect sof the decision is
to require Mr. Clarkson to stand trial
in the circuit court. Mr. Clarkson is
charged with misusing the funds of
the hardware company.
Read our ad. in this paper. You will
make no mistake in taking advantage
of our cash specials. You owe.it to
yourself to save all you can this day
and time. O. K. Teapot Grocery. 2t

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TO MAKE' A TOUR

President Will Deliver Speeches
Across the Continent
Before Election -'f
(Associated Press)
Washington, August 1 L President
Wilson will probably make a speak speaking
ing speaking trip across .the continent before
the November election. No details of
the tour have been arranged, but it is
understood an itinerary will be work worked
ed worked out Vithin the next few days.
WIRELESS MEM WORIilEB
At Signals' from the Atlantic Belong Belonging
ing Belonging to a Craft Interned In
New Orleans V
(Associated Press)
New York, Aug. 11. Wireless ob observers
servers observers were puzzled early v today
when signals were received from an
unidentified craft- off Sandy Hook
calling the Telefunken wireless sta station.
tion. station. 'The vessel gave the signal of
a boat interned at New Orleans. Many
believed he stranger might be the
Bremen.
AMATEUR EFFORTS
The wireless calls were later found
to be the work of an amateur.
' 1
MONEY DEMANDED ;
FROM MUNITION MEN
. (Associated. Press)
Washington, Aug. 11. Ten per
cent of the net profits as a. tax on
mahufacturers of 'war munitions de determined
termined determined -upon by the ? democratic
members of the Senate finance; com committee
mittee committee as a substitute for the muni munitions
tions munitions taxes proposed by the House
revenue bill. -'
SHIPPING BILL TO
BE VOTED ON SOON
' (Associated Press)1 v
. TWashirigtoH, Aug.'' ll.-i-Republican
senators indicated they would permit
a vote on' the shipping hill tomorrow
or Monday.
JOHN SKIPPED TO GEORGIA
Alabama Authorities are After One
the State's Faithless Officials
' (Associated "Press) .-. -.:
' Columbus, Ga., Aug. 11. John
Oaks, city marshal of Girard, Ala.,
who was arrested. and jaijed here on
an indictment returned in Russell
county, Ala., charging acceptance of
bribes in connection with the recent
liquor disturbances, is understood to
be making preparations to fight ex extradition.

FREE JAG FOR

THE FISH
Blind Tiger Booze Poured Into the
Chattahoochee River by
the Barrel
, (Associated Press),
Girard, Ala., Aug. 11. The de destruction
struction destruction of liquor seized in the recent
raids continued today. The "novelty
of watching bottles of beer smashed
against the warehouse and whisky
poured into gutters leading to the
river wore off and the procedure be became
came became monotonous. It is estimated
that it will take several days to de de-stoy
stoy de-stoy that included in the court order
yesterday.'. ',
The liquor, destroyed was 108 bar barrels
rels barrels of bottled beer and forty-six bar barrels
rels barrels of whisky, belonging to six resi residents
dents residents who recently left the state to
escape prosecution.
; A great crowd, including thousands
of persons from Columbus, Ga., across
the river from here, watched the
procedure, some even taking a hand
in the destruction. A bystander set
fire to a quantity of whisky, which
trickled down the gutters, of the street
and th fire department was called
out when it seemed for a time that
the blue flames would reach the ware warehouse
house warehouse in which liquor had been stored.
IRISH POTATOES ADVANCING
Mr. Harve Clark, proprietor of the
O. K. Teapot Grocery, informs us
that the price on Irish potatoes is
keeping right along with that of flour
and sugar, and that there has been an
advance of $1 per barrel since he
wrote the advertisement which ap appears,
pears, appears, in today's paper offering a peck
for 31 cents with a 50-cent purchase
of other groceries. Not only does this
price offer an attraction to buyers,
but you will find many others on
which you can save a handsome- sum
on a week or ten days'; supply by
buying from the list as appears in the
advertisement.
THIRTY-FIVE DEAD IN
WEST VIRGINIA FLOOD
.. ? (Associated Tress)
Charleston, W. Va Aug. 11. An Another
other Another battalion of guardsmen has been
sent into the flood district. Tt seems
now that the flood covered a wider
territory that at first believed, but no
additional loss of life is reported.
Thirty-five bodies have been recover recovered
ed recovered by rescuers.
5 Mr. E. C. McLeod, of Kendrick, was
a visitor in the city today, and says
that worms are destroying the cot cotton,
ton, cotton, in his section of the county. Mr.
McLeod thinks that something should
be done immediately to put an end to
the ravages of the worms!
1he; Est"

RELIEF REFUSED

Supplies 3Iay Not be Sent from the
United States to the Starving
Syrians
(Associated Press)
Washington; Aug. 11. Turkey has
refused to grant the request of the
United States that a neutral commit
tee be permitted to undertake relief
measures in Syria, where thousands
of native Christians are reported to
be starving. Turkey said relief was
unnecessary.
SOLD EIVE MAXWELLS
FIVE DAYS
Ocala Agency Has Plenty of Cars in
; Stock and is Prepared to Fill
. Orders Now
The Ocala Maxwell agency, R. R.
Carroll proprietor, sold five new Max Maxwell
well Maxwell cars the first five days of this
week, a car a day, and delivered them
all. : "r .--
Mr. Carroll sold a car to Mr. E. B
Duncan if Ocala, Mr. Peyton, one of
his salesmen, sold a car to Dr. W. B
Livingston of Kendrick, another to
Mr. W. O. iMcGowin of Lacota and
one to Mr. Nathan, Mayo of Summer
field, and Mr. Carroll one to Jessie
McDuffy, the well known colored
chauffeur in Ocala, who has been for
many years in the hack and later in
the automobile for hire business.
The Maxwell is the car that will
lead the sales in Florida this year.
The factory in Detroit, which was
doubled, in size and capacity a few
months ago, is now turning, out 500
cars per day and the live Florida
dealers are going to handle their full
share of them.
.With the substantial cut in price,
announced at the first of July,, and
the more important feature of the
continued delivery of wide or sixty sixty-inch
inch sixty-inch treads, the Maxwell will make a
clean-up" in Florida. This car had
'em going before, with its many sell selling
ing selling points of low- gasolene and oil
consumption, its great tire mileage
and remarkably low general upkeep,
with every modern convenience, but
with the new price and the wide
reads, in face of many other cars
shipping narrow or 56-inch treads to
the deep sandy roads of Florida, peo
pie are just naturally turning tothe
Maxwell. .
Another feature that is helping the
Maxwell is the fact that the models
will remain unchanged. .All parts for
the repair of the car are carried in
Ocala by the agency, so that a cus customer,
tomer, customer, in case of an accident, does
not have to wait a long time, while
his car is out of use, on the ordering
of parts from uncertain sources.
These parts, by the way, are the
lowest priced made for any car of the
size, weight and cost, and the factory
and dealer's replacement policy is the
mjost liberal of them all.
The Maxwell agency has one car in
the display room,feix on the railroad
siding in Ocala and six more that
have just left the factory, so that de-
iveries can be made RIGHT NOW.
A. C L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the 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. PetersDurg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. a.
9 m
No. 10, Lee3burg to Jacksonville,
6:40 a. m.
No. ?51, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny-
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a, m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson-
rille, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. zn.
No. 33. Jacksonville to St. Peters-
burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines
ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny-
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. in.
. THE BEST LAXATrVFI
. To keep the bowels regular the best
laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a
full glass of water half an hour be before
fore before breakfast and eat an abundance
of fruit and vegetables, also establish
a regular habit and be sure that "your
bowels move once each day. When
a medicine is needed take Chamber
lain's Tablets. They are pleasant, to
take and mild and gentle in effect.
Obtainable everywhere Adv.

APPROPRIATI HAS
GIVEU OUT

The Farmers of Florida Must Care
for the Health of their Pigs
Themselves
The -state board of health has no notified
tified notified R. W. Blacklock, county demon demonstration
stration demonstration agent, that the appropriation
for the free distribution of hog chol cholera
era cholera serum has given out, and that it
will, be impossible to furnish the
serum as in the past.
"This means," Mr. Blacklock said
this morning, "that the farmers must
use the greater care in watching the
health of their pigs. Preventive
measures well carried out will help
materially to control the spread of
the disease."
Mr. Blacklock made the following
statement about the matter:
"The serum can be purchased at a
cost of lx4c a cubic centimeter which
makes the cost of treating a 100 100-pound
pound 100-pound hog about 25c. Of course, when
the cholera does. appear it is cheaper
to buy the serum as it is always pos possible
sible possible to save more than enough ho?s f
to pay for the serum used, if the case
is taken in time. But the proper pre precautions
cautions precautions will many times prevent the
disease from showing up at all.
"Sanitation is the best preventive
for hog. cholera. Hogs kept free
from lice and worms, in good clean
quarters, and given plenty of fresh
water, seldom have the cholera unless
the disease is brought to them thru
carelessness. Drain or fence off the v
bid mud wallow, cover the ground
where it was with plenty of quick
lime, then give the hogs a wooden or
cement wallow and keep the surface
of the water covered with crude oil.
Disinfect all the feeding troughs by
cleaning them as well as possible and
then put them in good strong sunlight
for a day or so. Give the hogs good
clean water, a barrel with one of the
automatic drinking cups attached
does exceptionally well.
f So much for preventive measures.
Now when cholera does appear in a
community, a sort of quarantine is
the only thing. If you- have1 cholera-
on 'your faM tell your neighbors,
then keep away from their hogs and
tell them to keep away from yours.
Stop all unnecessary passing between
your farm .and others. If necessary
to go from one farm to another disin
fect your shoes by using any good
dipping solution or by rubbing the
soles well in caustic lime.
'These measures if well carried out
will help materially to control the
spreading of the disease from one
farm to another. To keep the cholera
from killing at least 80 per cent of
the hogs .where the cholera appears,
it will be necessary to innoculate the
entire herd with serum and do it at
once.
BUILDING DELAYED. FOR
v WANT OF BRICK
The heavy concrete foundations for
the new light and water plant have
been completed, and work is now be being
ing being held up pending the arrival of
brick. R. W. Wakeland, the engineer
who has been in charge of the con construction
struction construction for Benjamin Thompson, the
contractor, expects to leave tonight
for his home in Indianapolis. Mr.
Wakeland's place will be taken by Mr.
W. W. Barton.
GOOD FORD FOR SALE
Have just taken in a Ford touring
car, one year old, new tires .just put
on all round, new top, fully equipped
in every way; great many extras;
motor and all gears just worked over
in Ford branch garage in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and every worn part renewed.
Car is as good as new. YouH have
to be quick to get it. R. R. Carroll.
Arguments in the contest of the
sheriff's race in the recent primary of
J. P. Galloway and Frank Adams are
being made this afternoon before
Judge Bullock in chambers. Sheriff
Galloway is represented by L. W; Du
val and H. M. Hampton, and Mr.
Adams by R. A. Burford, L. N. Green
and W. K. Zewadski. Errors in the
count in several precincts are alleged
by Sheriff Galloway, who is contest contesting
ing contesting the results of the primary, which
was declared favorable to Mr. Adams.
....
WHEN YOU HAVE A COLD
Give it attention, avoid exposure, be
regular and careful of yonr diet, also
commence taking Dr. King's New
Discovery. It contains pine tar, an antiseptic
tiseptic antiseptic oil3 and balsams. Is slightly
laxative. Dr. King's New Discovery
eases your cough, soothes your throat
and bronchial tubes, checks your cold,
starts to clear your head. In a short
time you know your cold is better.
Its the stvdard family cough syrup
in use over -10 years. Get a bottle at
once. Keep it in the house as a cold
Lnsurar.ce. Sold at your druggist. 3
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce,, a Gerig's. tf.

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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, AUGUST, 11. 1916

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OCALA EVENING STAR
" PUBLISHED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAT

If ,5 BITTINOEB A CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
IU R. Carroll, General Manage Port .V. Leareaffood, Baslacaa Maaaar
J. H. Beajamla Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., poatofflce as second class matter.

raoirs 61

ICBSCRIPTIOX RATES
(Domestic) (For!) 1
One year, in advance........... $5.00 One year. In advance.. ......... $8.00
Blx months, In advance ........ 2.50 Biz month, in advance......... 4.25
Three months, in advance...... 1.26 Three months, in advance....... 2.25
One month, in advance.......... 50 One month, in advance........ JO

It costs nothing to say "God bless
you." It is did, it would be said sel seldom,
dom, seldom, i

Harry Brown is flaunting his riches
in the face of the poverty-stricken
state press by printing the St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine Record on fine bookpaper.

Count Bernstorff nearly six months

ago, and the state department's in

tchtion to publish it is believed to in

dicate its acceptance. The fact that
such a note was ever written is news
to the people of the United States,
who will povf proceed to inquire why
they were kept in ignorance-of it. ;

REMINISCENCE

Another good man gone wrong.

Goode M. Guerry, formerly with the

Tampa Tribune, later with the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Metropolis, has become cam campaign
paign campaign manager for Catts.

The Tampa Times appropriately
calls attention to the fact that. Gen.
Funston did not dislike newspaper
correspondents when they were build building
ing building up his reputation fifteen years
ago. :

V Whenever you see on the moving
picture screen, "This story teaches a
great moral lesson," or words to that
effect, just take your modesty off, fold
.it up carefully and sit on it until you
see "The End."

A careful and conservitive f
man wLo has been traveling i
Lake county's .e roads, sayi
of them are not ding r n as

as was expected, Jfc w abuut it, C r r-ence
ence r-ence Woods?' j

We regret it if the Free Press has
said that which has hurt at any time,

f

The DeUtsc lar and 'Baltimore

have disappeared 1 ai the 'first page
(' of the newspapers. --St. Petersburg
Independent. '
Not even St. Petei jburg can keep
the first page all the time. - :

According to the information ob obtained
tained obtained by R. W. Black ock, county
demonstration agent, ti ere are ; at
present 2Jt silos in Marion county,
and about 11 cattle dipping vats.
Most of these have been built in the

last three or four years.

or if any of our men have called

names too freely. We liave really

not any desire to hurt, but in striving
to convince we may have inadvert inadvertently
ently inadvertently hurt, in which case we are truly
sorry. This in response to the com complaint
plaint complaint of the Ocala Star, which first
called named that could; never hurt,

for, they did not apply. : We will meet
ye lialf way Jacksonville Free Press.

; The Star hasn't made any com

plaint and it is not in the power of

the Free Press to hurt the Star. We
have called the attention of the Free

Press to some of its inconsistencies

and .had some fun with some of its

bombafelc. utterances, but our feelings

are out of its reach. Whenever it'

wants to discuss public .matters with

the Star in courteous manner, it will
" ve courteous attention. We don't

sit Kri 'hether the Free Press is able

jo uu anybody's feelings or not.' It

is certainly well filled with abuse of

those it disagrees with.

Mr. H. L. Anderson of Jacksonville,
the big bull moose of Florida, who is
spending some days with his brother,
Mr. R. L. Anderson,' in Ocala, derives
much quiet amusement in contem contemplating
plating contemplating the Kilkenny-Catts fight be between
tween between the democratic factions in this
state.

With a high-priced manager and
staff of assistants, expensive head headquarters
quarters headquarters in Jacksonville, and taking
big spice in the papers, Catts must
have a robust campaign fund. And if
the truth was known, it would prob probably
ably probably be found that he is being financ financed
ed financed by J the guardians of "liberty, who
are doing their best to defeat Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson, and will vote for repub republican
lican republican electors in the national election.

In the capture of Gorizia, the Ital Ital-ians
ians Ital-ians have won a srreat victorv. Gor

izia was to-Austria what Verdun is
to France Gorizia has fallen but
Verdun stands. The ".. ill-informed
American press has been sneering at
the fighting qualities of the Italians,
because, it is to be supposed, the
Italians have ; not advertised The

uum is mat me Italians, wno nave

had to 6vercome more natural ob

stacles thaivany other of the fighting
. 1. 1 1 t

naLions, nave won more ground tnan
any of their allies except Russia. And
what they have won they have held.
A good friend of the 'Star's says
that every barkeeper in the state will
support Knott. In the first place,
our friend, who has not consulted a
single barkeener in Florida, let nlnne

all of them, has no right to make
such an assertion. In the second

place, there is no more uncompro uncompromising
mising uncompromising prohibitionist in Florida than
Will Knott, and if he is governor the
laws against liquor selling, as well as
all other laws, will be as steadily and
vigorously enforced as any man can
enforce them. If any barkeeper
won to f r rrfa -fn trit in

" w v ww AuiubiM Aft. i ma

, r
right. Catts will not refuse the votes
of barkeepers gamblers nor any one
else. t V-'' 7-.

The Tampa Tribune says the su supreme
preme supreme court is setting a bad precedent
by allowing a recount of votes. The
Tribune is making a large gray mule
of itself.-. The supreme court has not
set a precedent. The courts of s this
country have ordered recounts made
in disputed election cases for years
and years, probably before Florida
was a state. The supreme court
would indeed be setting a bad prece precedent
dent precedent if it ruled that. a man who be
lieved votes cast for him had not been
counted should not have a recount.
Such a decision would cinch an elec election
tion election for any bunch of rascals who
were able to control the appointment
of inspectors and clerks, 1
The United States has asked for
and received permission from Ger Germany
many Germany to publish as a formal docu document
ment document the last note in the I Lusitania
case, in which Germany, "recognizes
liability," promises to make repara reparation
tion reparation by the payment of indemnity,
gives, assurances for the future and
declares that reprisals, such as ruth ruthless
less ruthless submarine operations, must not
be directed at other than enemy, sub subject?
ject? subject? The note was submitted by

They are calling for men to enlist
in the Florida militia. They .would
hot have to call for men, quite likely,
if there was any prospect of a real
fight Men do. not fancy leaving home
and business to be kept in state camp
for weeks while the government fails
to supply squipment,' in the meantime

being abusea on the floor of Congress

by such men as the odoriferous Pen
rose because they are not on the bor

der; and, if-they ever do get to the

border, only to serve with pick and
shovel, .and mayhap a lonely vigil as

picket on the Rio Grande. St. Pe
tersburg Independent.
; All very true, most esteemed con

temporary,' but men", who put in two

or three months in a camp like that

at Black Point, being instructed in
their duties, and hardened to service,
are 'much better off than raw recruits

vrh& are- rushed to the border without

preparation.

The Times-Union truly says of the
lesson that should be learned .from
the European war: "After the lesson
afforded by Europe It would be the
duty of our people to flee before the

face of the invader as the people of
Georgia, and South Carolina fled from

Sherman's army; it would be the duty
of every man and boy to shoulder his
weapon as did their ancestors a,t Lex Lexington,
ington, Lexington, at King's Mountain, at vy the
Cowpens and elsewhere. The law has
been broken by the invader who robs
and massacres at will; Jit would be
foolish for the invaded to respect the
violated pledge. Soon it will be legal
for the president to call into the ser

vice every' man of military age; in

case of invasion no American need
wait for army rifle or uniform and a
desire for preparedness should place
a good rifle with ammunition in every

American household."
BOARD OF TRADE MEETING

t

There will be a meeting of the
board of trade tonight at ,7:30

o'clock. One of the matters to be

considered will be the removal of the
offices of the board to another loca

tion. 4

M jr f J r V

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Orlando, Fla. "My occupation ia that
Of painter and all of my trad a know what

a deadly enemy we
have in lead and

turpentine. I am
' also a practical

MJ nurse and know bv

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race me vaiue oi
Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery.
It has been the
means of curing me
oi lead colic and
gastritis. The un unnatural
natural unnatural state that

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amended, too, by the medicine. My
3tomach was in- such a state that I could
not rest at night, and I had to adopt &
very, limited diet. Now I can eat any anything,
thing, anything, with comfort. I can also state
that the Discovery was what I needed to
give me tone and vigor, as my impaired
digestion had deprived me of sustenance.
I enjoy the best of health now." Ms,
Dexter Roberts, 813 Lemon St Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, Fla. I
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Its ingredients are ; made public and
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tive alterative extract "made with glycerine from
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vigorate' invigorate' stomach, liver and bowels. ; :
Write Dr. Pierce, Invalids Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y., and receive free confiden confidential
tial confidential medical advice, or send for the Com Common
mon Common Sense Medical Adviser. Three dimes
only for a cloth bound book of 1008 pages.
Illustrated with colon! prints, etc. s

, IV.
Editor Star: While we remained

encamped near Orangeburg we had

about as easy and pleasant times as
soldiers could at any time expect.
The camping ground was well chosen
and suitable in all : respects for the
purposes for which we were called
together. The duties were not oner onerous,
ous, onerous, the rations were good and plen plentiful,
tiful, plentiful, the men were not too far from
home and the camp was frequently

visited by. families and relatives of

the men, and our noble and patriotic

women constantly bringing in or send sending
ing sending all kinds, of delicious foods and

fruits, and making and sending to us

every conceivanie tmng tnat tney
thought would be convenient for us to

have or in any way contribute to our

comfort. Large crowds drove out in

the afternoons to see the "dress par

ade" and meet their relatives and

friends. The discipline was strict,

however, and we daily went through

the regular routine of duties from

reveille to taps, but we went through

it all cheerfully, and afterwards

. t
found out that the time we spent in

these duties was by no means without
good results, y Sentinels were posted

all around the camp and regular and

strict guard duty day and night was

done, just as later on it was done in

actual service, and no one was allow

ed to pass into or out of the camp

without? a permit or the countersign.

A limited number of permits were

given each day and these were not
good to admit the holder into ; the
camp after the time mentioned in the

permit had expired. Sometimes

fellow outside happened to be having
an enjoyable time and would let his

limit go by before he,was aware of it.
Having slipped up, he would wait

until night and try to slip in between

the sentinels, picking, the place that
was darkest as the most suitablefor

his purposes. Sometimes, but not of-

ten, a fellow would succeed, but

oftener he would be caught and would

have to pay the penalty of being con

fined in the guard tent and do a stunt

of extra duty.v They were riot all as

lucky, or exercised the ingenuity of
a private belonging to the Edistos by

the name of Sanders. He was,

young farmer (luckily) and his home
was not far from the camp. He got a

permit, J limited, to go home and visit

his family. Of course he Was having
an enjoyable time and waited too
late to start back to camp and when

he drew near he realized he had over

stayed his limit. He should have

been in before "taps" but he was not,

so it was up to' Jake to dodge the

sentinels if he could. He made inves investigations
tigations investigations of the whole lines around

the camp to ascertain the place which

he thought offered the best chances
of. success and having ; selected his
point he made himself as comfortable

as possible then waited patiently

til that "hour just before day" which

is said to be darkest, and whether

that be true or riot, he knew the sen

tinels were more likely to be'; tired

andsleepy and consequently less vig

ilant. f And it so happened that just
at that hour a large, gentle milch c6w

grazed close up to" Jake. He was

close to the beat of the sentinels and

he quietly' managed to get this cow
headed straight to cross and watch watching
ing watching the most jfavorable time when

the sentinels were farthest apart, he
grabbed, the cow by the tail and hit

ner a smazx uck witn a switcn. f j

course, "she rushed 1 right across the
line carrying Jake swinging to ter
tail. The sentinels heard the noise

but by the time they could get there

and investigate Jake had switched her
around "head out" and ; tapped i her
again with the switch which .caused

her to rush out by the guards and
they thought the cow had rushed Jn

ana iouna sne was in tne wrong

place and rushed out again. Mean

time Jake had done a little rushing
himself and dodging among the. tents
soon reached his own quarters. He

was riot found out until he chose to

tell it long afterwards, but the sen

tinels told of the escapade of the

cow. Meantime history was being
made. W Following South Carolina's

lead, Georgia, Florida, Alabama, Mis

sissippi and Louisiana had severed

their connection with the Union and

delegates from these states had met

in Montgomery, Ala., adopted a con

stitutiOn, elected a president and vice
president, and on the 9th day of Feb February,
ruary, February, 1861, the young republic, the

"storm cradled nation that fell," call

ed the Confederate States of America
was'born. All this is history and the

reader knows who the president and

vice president were. While we were

encamped at Orangeburg the ladies
of Barnwell county (then district)
presented the regiment with a ; regi regimental
mental regimental flag. You will remember that
I told you that six of the ten com companies
panies companies forming the k regiment wefe
from Barnwell district. There was a
large crowd of citizens present to wit witness
ness witness the presentation ceremonies,
which took place at what was then
the campus of the Orangeburg Fe Female
male Female College.' The presentation ad address
dress address was made by the Hon. John J.
Maber, an attorney from Barnwell
town, who' was afterwards regarded
as one among South Carolina's ablest

lawyers and judges. His address
was chaste, eloquent and patriotic
and was greeted with beating of
drums, prolonged cheers and waving
of handkerchief s, for Orangeburg had
again gathered her "beauty and her
chivalry," and like Belgium's capital
"soft eyes spake lo-te to eyes which
spake again, and all went merry as a
marriage "belL" BuVthe soldier boys
did not feel- quite as comfortable

about the feet as they otherwise

would if we had not, on the, march

from the camp to the -college campus,

been initiated in a mild, very mild

way, to what awaited us in the years
just ahead. On the way between the
camps and the campus ran Cow Cow-Castle
Castle Cow-Castle branch in which the water was

about two feet deep. When we reach reached
ed reached it every fellow wanted to take to

the footway, but not on your sweet

life! Col. Hagood had seen after that

before and had placed guards on the

footway and every man officers and

men -had to keep his proper place
and march steadily and in good order
right through the water just as tho'

it was not there. I said this was a
mild. initiation and it was, for. it was
the 31st day of the balmy month of

May, and afterwards I have marched
through creeks up in Virginia in bit

ter freezing weather, and -the water

was deeper than that in Cow-Castle

branch. But let's get back to the
flag. The one presented to us that

day 31st May '61 was what was

called the "Stars and. Bars" and

which had been adopted by the pro

visional congress at Montgomery on

the 4th of March, 1861, as a suitable

flajg for the Confederate States and
was described in the resolution adopt-

ing u as ionows: "Tne flag or the

Confederate State of America shall
consist of a red field with a white

space extending horizontally through

the center and equal in width to one

if 1 m m mmmm

inira oi tne nag. lhe red space
above and below to be the same width

as the white. The' union blue, extend

ing down, through the white space

and stopping at the lower red space.

In the center of the union a circle of
white stars corresponding in number

with the states in the Confederacy.

The( union square; the stars five

pointed. The length of the flag one
and, a half times the width.? This was
the I flag officially adopted by the

Confederate congress, bpt it was not
the first flag of the new-born nation.
The first that .was made famous in

song and in story, was the "Bonnie
Blue Flag." This was saluted by the

convention which adopted the ordi

nance of secession of the state of
Mississippi, and is described in the
archives of that state as "A flag of
white ground, a magnolia tree in the
center; a blue field in the upper left left-hand
hand left-hand corner, with a white star in the

center, finished with a red border and

red fringe at the extremity of the
flag.' '. Harry McCarthy, the Irish

comedian, wrote the song "Bonnie

Blue Flag" the night it was unfurled
in the convention, and sang it for the

first time; in the Spengler theater in

Jackson, Miss on the 10th of Janu
ary, ? 1861. : The song was very pop

ular and was sung and played all over

the South during the war, -1 wish

could hear some good band play it

now as I used to hear it played by
the band of our regiment when we
were the 25th Regt. S. C. V; There
were many popular songs in those
days. We had songs patriotic, songs

pathetic, songs comic and songs sen

timental. I love those old songs yet,

and it seems to "me that they reached

deeper and got nearer to the heart
and soul than the songs and airs we

hear in these latter days. I would
just love to heart some" bird-throated

girl sing and play ".Lorena or
"Juanita" like I. used to hear Miss J
B .sing and play it hr the days now
long agone, when, little Don Cupid
was I flitting between us I ( Mrs. Izlar

will please skip that last sentence.)

I Well, let me get back toi the track,
for like Flannigan, I was off again

and now I am on again.1 We had an

other flag the battle flag which was

universally used by the army in ac

tion. That needs .no description here

as everybody is familiar with it, as

it is seen at every reunion of Con

federate Veterans and the Sons and
Daughters of the Confederacy and is
seen on .their; stationery. Now this

number has reached its limit and

will close it with this tribute to by

the flag by John Dimitry:
"Not long unfurled was I known,
For Fate was against me;
But I flashed over a Pure Cause,
And, on Land and Sea,
So fired the hearts of men unto Hero
ism
That the World honors me.

Within my Folds, the Dead who died

, ; under them
Lie nobly shrouded:

And my 'battered colors,
Crowded with a thousand shining Vic-
,:V ?; tories, ...
Have become, for the people who

loved me,

A Glorified Memory." i

Laurie T. Izlar.

.Horse, cow and poultry feed, corn,
oats, hay and sweet feed, Ocala
Seed Store. ; 8-1-tf

I VJ. F. BALLINGER

Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
Cornice, Spouting, Skylights,
Tanks and General Repair
Work 6
Sheet Iron arid Copper Work
Phone Yonge's Tin Shop 388 ;
210 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.

Carn-Thomas Co.-
iGROCERIESS
Good Goods,
Cheap Prices.
Good Service

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VFTER you have put your next meal on the table,
t- just sit down and consider the layout for a moment.
. Ask yourself earnestly, ."Have I. got the greatest value
for the money expended on this meal?" V
If yu: bought your groceries at this store only one answer can be made you
have done all that a clever housewife can do your meal is the nearest approach
to perfection that is possible in a meal. But only the best groceries-the kind we
have built a reputation for, can assure you of this. j

Among the leading brand of goods in our store are:
Chase & Sanborn's Rne Teas arid Coffee, Royal Scarlet Can Canned
ned Canned Goods, Keinz Pickles, Caf sup, arid Condiments, Armour's
Veribest Canned Meats, L. A. Price's Olive Oil, Star, SivOl's
Premium and Kingan's Reliable Dams and Breakfast Bacon,
Obelisk, J. E. M., Pillsburry, Gold Medal and Occident Flour.

Following List of Special C4H Values are fo:

Ewfl5li imifPllll f 0ne Peck fancy Irish Potatoes for 31 Cents
JMI dl SJIdlI I with 50 cents (or over) cash purchase' of other
goods. Only one teck to a customer on this deal

We expect to see higher prices on Flour, but we have some bought ahead,
and as long as the stock lasts you are protected. ." :
Twelve Pound Bans yj c I Twenty-Four Pound Bags QftfT
IV TAB L E T A L K KJb T A B LETAL II SUG

Kingan's Porter Breakfast Bacon, sliced
r per lb,-.. 28c
Kingan's Shamrock Breakfast Bacon,

sliced per lb

. 26c

X

Kingan's Reliable Hams per lb 21 l-2c
White Bacon, per lb . 17 l-2c
Lard Compound, per lb ......... 13c

CLOVER BLOOM. BUnERSeSS 37c
I RICH TASTY CHEESE PER: POUND 21 CENTS

3 1-2 pounds whole Rice for 25c
1 20c 7 ounce tins Royal tlocda, tin 15c
. 15c tins Rumford's Baking Powder,
t per tin. -. . . ; . ...... 13c
25c tins Rumford's Baking Powder,
: I per tin : ; . . ; 23c
' 5c tins Van Camp's Evap. Milk-.- 4c
i lOc tins Van Camp's Evap. Milk i 8c

per Iba ; te
25c Box Toilet Soap, Vtotet Glycerine, Lilac, Rose or Violet, for 21c
s 10c Bottle Household Ammonia 8c, 25c Bottle 21c

25c Glass Curtis Brothers Fruit Jams,

Strawberry, Blackberry, Dam Dam-?
? Dam-? son, Grape, Orange or Pineap-
pie, per glass '-" r

18-ounce glass Compound Apple 1 Ap
Jelly, per glass .... ivi;
7-ounoe glass Compound Apple JZA
Jelly, per glass-.. ...... ... 3v

We Offer the Following for Saturday Only :

-:

Two 20c tins Brownie Peaches, one 15c
tin Silver Lake Rhubarb; one 15c
tin Fish Flakes, 'one 25c tin
Brownie Cherries, one 20c
tin Tom Thumb Peas
FOR ONE DOLLAR

One 30c tin Royal Scarlet Pea ches, one
35c tin Royal Scarlet Cherries, One
20c tin Royal Scarlet Pineap Pineapple,
ple, Pineapple, one 45c bottle Royal
Scarlet Scuffed Olives
FOR ONE DOLLAR

Mo

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PH0WES 16 & 174

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PHONES 47, 104 05
OCALA FLORIDA,

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Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and

Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

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The Hotel for Florida People

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JACKSONVILLE, FLA.

50
Per Day

Every Room With Private Bath

No. 2 tins Fla. Tomatoes, per tin 8c

No. 3 tins iMd. Tomatoes, per tin .V 11c ";

No. 2 tins Bull Head brand Pork and
Beans, per tin i.. 9c
10c tin5 Van Camp's Pork and Beans,
per tin.... ------ -. 9c
15c tins Van Camp's Pork and Beans,
per tin 13c

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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, AUGUST 11, 1916

THREE

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THE SPECIALTY SOOP!

Th nhnvp name has been adopted

for my place of business, where you
can always find the latest Magazines,

PviiicivA as-encv for the F. S. Web

ster company's "STAR BRAND"
typewriter ribbons and MULTIKOPY
Carbon Paper.
A new line of Birthday and Greet Greeting
ing Greeting Post Cards, and Score and Tally
Cards for card parties, has just been
received, together with a choiee selec selection
tion selection of Dance Programs, to which
your inspection is solicited. 1
Am making a specialty, of the sub sub-scilption
scilption sub-scilption business to all Magazines
and Newspapers, and will appreciate

your patronage.

Another specialty is my "complete
line of Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobac-

coes.
Look over my line of office supplies.
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One Door East of M. &C. National
Bank

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partment, Call Up Five-One-Y

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promise you tne best tne marK-

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Proprietors

IT n TCFIROV. Manaver

S Formerly of Harrington Hall

! Hotel

E. C. Jordan & Co.
'
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Licensed (Embalmer
Phone 10 Oc-ila, Fla;

nAVING TROUBLE

1 with your car?

Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles is my business.

Honest, efficient service; you pay foi

the time put in on yrfur; car only. X
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, -" phone

893, Ocala, Fla. 6-9-16-tf

County Judge Smith this morning
issued a marriage license for Mr.
Nathaniel H. Hunter and Miss Louise
Borland. ; The Star does not know
when the wedding will take place, but
it presumes in the immediate future.
Mr. Hunter is one of Fort Myers'
most progressive young business men.

Miss Borland is a daughter of Mrs. J.
B. Borland of Citra and is one of tha
most lovely and accomplished young

ladies in Marion county.
Mrs. J. W. Akin Is giving a party

his afternoon from" 3:30 ? to 5:30

o'clock for J. W. Jr.; who is five years

old today. About thirty of Master
Akin's playmates have been invited to
the party. Ice cream and cake and

home made candies will be served. A

bie birthday cake ,with a candle for

each of the little boy's birthdays will

be the centerpiece of the table.

..

- Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Stripling -and

daughter,' Miss Ellen, are home from

their visit to Mr. Stripling's old home

in Georgia.

Miss Nellie Goodwin is home from

a visit of several weks to her parents
at Lamed, Kan., and is again at her

post in Rheinauer's store. Miss Nel

lie's friends have missed her and re

joice in her return.

- .; : i, i
Mr. and Mrs. Talmage Dupree and

Misses Ethel and Louise Borland of

Citra were welcome visitors in town

today.

.
Everybody is glad to' see Mr. Whit

Palmer out again. He underwent an

ODeration for appendicitis, and thanks

to the skill of his physicians and good

care of the Marion County Hospital,
made an almost record breaking re recovery.

Miss Rose Wolff is home from a

visit to friends in Tampa.

Miss Pansy Soutef who since the

close of the university summer school

was the guest of Mrs. Thos. S. Dor-

sey, returned Thursday to her home
at Sparr. Gainesville Sun.
V'. . ;v

; Little Miss Emily Kate Rentz was

the hostess at a party at her home in

Springfield yesterday afternoon from

4 to 6 o'clock,; the" occasion being a

celebration of her. sixth; birthday. The
rooms were decorated throughout the

pleasant home-in a most artistic color
scheme, pink and white being the

color used and all the details of the

party were carried out in the color
scheme. Little Dutch figures were
placed in effective places in the dif different
ferent different rooms, these being a source of
much interest to : the tots, who were
presented with orignal -Dutch dolls
as favors. The afternoon was spent in
games and guessing' contests of a
similar kind suitable for children and

The Paramount picture corporation!

asks for a criticism of its features.

Let it recall "The Evil Thereof."

Today's program at the Temple

consists of a Keystone comedy, Ford

Sterling in "The Hunt," the fourth

episode of "The Girl and the Game,"

a railroad serial, and a Pathe News.

Orrin Johnson and Seena Owen will
be seen at the Temple tomorrow in
"The Penitents,"' a D. W. Griffith Fine

Arts feature, with special music se

lected and arranged by Joseph Carl

Breil. The picture is said to tell a

thrilling story of intrigue and love,

with the scenes in Mexico two centur centuries
ies centuries ago.

WOULD TEACH CITY PLANNING
'r':'r"'VV'-' '".""'."' :
Architect Thinks It Should Be a Part

of the Curriculum of the Country's
Public Schools.
. Frederic L. Ackennan, a member of
the committee on town planning In
the American Institute of Architects,
advocates the teaching of city plan planning
ning planning In the public schools. It is his
idea that only by educating succeed

ing generations of the public through
the medium of the public school may
we acquire correct standards for re remaking
making remaking our present cities and ; for
building new ones, and he brought it
out in a recent address on "The Archi Architectural
tectural Architectural Side of City Planning."
Mr. Ackerman's theory Is more con concerned
cerned concerned with education than with archi architecture.
tecture. architecture. His main theme Is that the
architectural side of city planning is
dependent upon proper methods of ed educating
ucating educating future citizens up to high

Qrchitecture depends so utterly upon
the physical conditions of an environ environment,
ment, environment, he says, that, unless these con

ditions be reasonable, architecture can
dq nothing. The reasonableness of a
set of conditions depends, according
to Mr. Ackennan, upon the people liv living
ing living under them. H
He refuses to limit his' definition of
the term, .city ? planning. It is not
merely a series of legislative acta Im Imposing
posing Imposing a set of conditions to which a
people's life must be worked into con conformity,
formity, conformity, says Mr. Ackerman, nor is It
merely the carrying out of certain the theories
ories theories developed by city planners, en engineers
gineers engineers and students of social and eco eco-"nomic
"nomic eco-"nomic conditions, or of the ideals of
an architect. It is not merely' pro prodding
dding prodding for adequate transportation,
proper sanitation, better housing or

more beautiful surroundings; it Is all
of these, with more added to the list.
City planning, In brief, Is provision for
a more adequate physical expression
of the composite Ideals of groups of

people thrown together by social and
economic forces.
Mr. Ackerman's method for teach teaching
ing teaching city planning to the school child
would begin with making It clear to
the child that there are things for him,
to consider in our towns and cities
which are i vital to his comfort and
well being, and which, Incidentally,
have to do with architecture and art.
The idea is to instill in the child's
mind a keen interest in the-various
phases of his physical environment
and its possible improvement.

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BEGINS A U G U S T 1 1 J H

$1.50 $2.00 $2.50 & $3 $3.75 & $4 $5 & $6
Grade Grade Grades Grades Grades
$1.15 $1.55 $1.95 $2.85 $3.85

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Take Advantage of this Sale- Saye Money on High-Grade Merchandise

We are offering $10 (f "7 OC
. iits for I fcy
Hart, Shaffner & Marx
F1ako in Assorted Patterns
A few suits left in Mohair ? 15,
$16 50, and $18.00 frl H flfl

grades for.-..-. Hmu.uv
$12.50 and $13.q0 high grade Dix Dix-ie
ie Dix-ie Weave H. S. and M. CQ 00
suits assorted patterns 4)wiUU
, $8.00 and $8.50 Palm Beach and
Sumatex assorted C C fl
colors for .4)J.OU
$7.50 Palm Beach in plain, tan,
gray or black Jj QQ

$4.50

$6.50 plain Palm Beach
suits for-.

$5.00 light tan Poplin 3 gQ
One lot blue linen pants (Tl Cfl
odd coats $2.50 grade atlU
Boys $6 Kool Kloth (T A OC
suits with extra pants4pJ
Boys $5 Palm Beach coat aud
pants plain and fancy J

Boys $4.50 plain Palm (TO O C
Beach coat and pants yw.J

Boys $4 Kool Kloth
coat and pants for

$3.00

BOYS WASH PANTS
Palm Beach, Panama and Linene
$1.25 grade 90c 75c and 85c
grade at 60c, 50c grade for40c
CAPS! CAPS! CAPS!
One lot of Men's and Boys' Caps,
75 cent and $1.00 grades Cflp
at only---.-. .. ..i.. UUu
One lot of Misses and children's
genuine E. C. Skuffer one strap
slippers, patent, tan and dull
leather $2 grade $1.45, $1.75
grade at $1.25, $1.50 grade at
$1.15.

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Boy!s Sport Wajsts lg?s 35c

m p" (F 11 ifV I! Jj Bargains in Men's Low Shoes. W e have placed on sale over three hundred

sold at $4, $4.50 and $5 a pair, which, in order to close out broken lots, we offer them in Gun
Metal and Tn for $3.00. Patent Leather $4 and $5 grade Shoes for S2.75.

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OCALA FRATERI1AL ORDERS

j IAlUO-I)UKN ; MASOMC X LODGE

MaTirtTLTnTin "Lodce No. 19. F. A

A.. M., meets on the first and; tnir6
Thnradav evenineot each month at

8:00 o'clock, until farther notice.

' U. weDD, w. m.
Jake Brown. Secretary.' Ad

I OuALA TEMPLE -!

FY Till AW SISiJSKS

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

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

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CHERO-COLA is sold

only in the original bottle,
sterilized, sealed and labeled
at the plant
'Each bottle is filled by
machinery -the syrup and
carbonated water are accu accurately
rately accurately measured by machin machinery,
ery, machinery, therefore you get the
same uniform pleasing fla-,
vor in every bottle, which
is absolutely impos-

vlT sihlewith the
nrlinnrv soda

ftOWS if fountain method.

You can get your CHERO CHERO-COLA,"In
COLA,"In CHERO-COLA,"In a Bottle Through
a Straw" at Soda Fountains
and other-Refreshment

Stands.

' The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pvthinn Sisters, meets every Tuesday

afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
ff rnnrthotise. Visitinff members are

cordially invited to meet with us.

Kate B. Howell. M. JC
Lena Tompkins. M. E. C

OCALA LODGE NO. 285. B. P. O.E

fteaia LiOdice No. 286. Benevolent

and Protective Order of Elks, meet

the second and fourth 'Buesfav ey?n ey?n-nirs
nirs ey?n-nirs in each month. Visiting breth-

iren always welcomo. Club house

opposite yostofBce, ast siae.
R. S. Rogers, E. R.
E.J. Crook, Secretary.

KXIGHT8 OF 1'TTHlAfi

MONEY TO LOAN without J security
would attract your attention; then
why not save your clothing by having
it cleaned by experts? J. T. Clayton,
phone 13. 8-6t
WANTED Fifty men to do station
work on hard road on yardage basis.
Prices on request. W. S.. Bonner &
Co., Inglis, Fla.-. It
FOR SALE Stove wood, seasoned
pine and cypress, a large load for a
dollar. Phone 223. Prompt delivery.
Welch Lumber Co. 8-5-tf

MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R. Carroll.

FOR RENT A two-story house with
all modern conveniences, in two blocks
of the square. Apply to Dr. Walter

Hood. -l-tf

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FRESH MEATS, POULTRY;
FISH AND OYSTERS

PHONE 108

All kinds Fresh Vegetable
in Season
.. OCALA, FLA

t t,H tr 'h )t I It K M -.:WtJUiM.U4MMiUM4ll.l.i.-lil.ilt.tolU.

rwiA Ixodes No. 19. Convection

held every Mciulay at 7 :30 p. m. at

Caarie Hail, over ine jaiueu vaiiioiw

rugstore. A cordial welcome 10 vis

iting brothers. u. A. JNasn, k,.

Cnas. K. sage. oi tv. o.
ORDER OF EASTERN hTAR

Oeala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S,
meets at Yonge'a hall the second and
rnnrtfi riinrsdjiv evenmes of each

mnnth at 7SO o'clock.

W

-Mrs. Mvrtie G. Kramer. W. M.

Mrs. Lillian simmofls, becy.

FOR RENT A well located x cottage

cf five rooms, three blocks from the

square; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf

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Beautiful Bast and Shoulders
are possible if yoa will wear a scientifically constructed
Bien Jolie Brassiere.
The draggfaiff weight of an unconfined bnst so stretches tlie

Eupportinff iuuscieu mat tne contour 01 mc ngure j ymiKx.

v put the bust back where it be-

biness. eliminate the cianrer 01
drarg'inir muscles and confine the
fleah of the shoulder riving a

jrraceful line to, the entire upper body.
They are the daintiest and most serviceable jrarment iniajri iniajri-nable
nable iniajri-nable come in all materials and styles: Cro Back. lo"lc
Front, Surplice". Bandeaa. etc. Boned with Walolin, tlie
rustless boning permitting washing without removal.
Have your dealer show you Bien Jol ie Brassieres, i f not stock stocked,
ed, stocked, we will gladly send him, prepaid, samples to show you.
BENJAMIN & JOHNES, 51 Warren Street, Newark. N. S.

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ODD FELLOWS

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It by its name.

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Tiiodav evenine in the

Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of

the Star office Duilding: at o ciocjs
i-ii tr a warm welcome always

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extenaea 10 visiuug ,uvrAO XT

i X ill. lacwane, ix. km.
L. H. Pillans, Secretary.
CHAPTha? SO. IS, K. A. M.'

& a a mim fAr roue-ris and colds Dr.

Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey combines these

remedies in just the right proportion
to do the most good for summer
coughs or colds. A trial will prove

the value of this spienaia cougn meu meu-licine.
licine. meu-licine. Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
soothes the irritation, stops your

i cough, kills the cold germs ana aoes

you a world 01 gooa. a hoc totuc
more than convince you it will stop
your cough. At druggists. Ad. 3

PLUMBING AND

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING

FIRE

Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M.. on, the

fourth Friday in every mousn

8 p. m. A. E. Burnett, n. v.
Jake Brown, Sec'y.
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" LINIMENT RELIEVE PAIN ?

tw it oni cMwmo atrolication will

prove more than a column of claims.

James S. Ferguson, rhiia., ra., writes,
T liovo iar1 wnnrlerful relief Since 1

used Sloan's Liniment on my knees.

To think after all these years of pain

one application gave me reuei. ouany

thanks IOr wnat your Kiueujr uoa

done for me." Uon't Keep on Huiier-

ing, apply Sloan's Liniment where

your pain is ana nonce uw quiwo.

you get reuei. penetrates wiiuuui,
rubbing. But it as any drug store.
25c. Adv. 3
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

When vou have plumbing or elec

trical contracting let is furnish you

estimates. No job to large and none

to smaJi. H. W. Tucker. tf

Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,

for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf

Established' 1914
Albert O. Harriss
INSURANCE AGENCY

YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED
PHONE 219

FLORIDA

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MEADOWS
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
410 N. Orange Street

We Have Shock Absorbers
; and Repiar Parts For
Ford Cars

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S INNER TUBES VULVANIZED

MERCHANT & MINERS TRAHSPORTATIOIi COMPANY
Summer Tourist Fares

From Jacksonville to

New York and return... $35.00

Baltimore and return... 32.00
Philadelphia and return. .30.00
Washington and return.. 34.00
Savannah and return. . 6.00

Boston and return...... $43.60
Providence and return .. 41.00
Blue Mountain and return 35.50
Atlantic City and return. 36.50
Asbury Park and return. 36.50

Through tickets to all Eastern resorts, with return limit October 31,
1916, with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings from;
Jacksonville, via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Saturday. Ti
Philadelphia July 2, 13 and 24, Aug. 3, 13, 24, at 4 p. m.
Steamships Suwannee and Somerset have staterooms de luxe with
baths, also shower rooms, hot and cold, fresh and salt. Running water
in all rooms. Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommodation unsur-,
passed. Reservation, foare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tour book.
Address Merchants & Miners Trans. Co.," Jacksonville, Fla.
H. C. AVERY, Agt. L. D. JONES, C A. J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
W. P. TURNER, G. PA. Baltimore, Maryland

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, AUGUST 111916

OCALA OCCURRENCES

Woodmen meet this evening.
Fresh fall garden seed now in. The
Ocala Seed Store. 8-1-tf

A course of athletics at the high
school the ensuing term is anticipated.

Mr. B. R. Blitch, one of the leading
citizens of Blitchton, was in town today.

W have t. n?w perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, fine laeth? extract, $2 per
ounce. Gerig8. tf

Mr. E. L. Wartmann of Citra was
in town today.

Mr. Seabron Weathers, one. of Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant's best citizens, was in town
today. V . V ;-. ;

The many friends of Mr. T. S.
Trantham of Ocala, were glad to see
him in the city this week. Mr. Tran Trantham
tham Trantham was attending to professional
businessl Jacksonville Metropolis.

Mr. W. I. Evans, one of the skilled
young lawyers of Fort Lauderdale, is
in the city. Mr. Evans is more than
suspected pf a desire to transplant
one of Ocala's fair flowers to the
banks of the Indian River.

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS

from our own farm daily. Open night

and day. Merchant's Cafe. tf

NEW MAXWELL CATALOG

A nrw shipment of Crane's station

er just in all styles. The Court

Pharmacy. ,.. tf

A 9-room cottage with all modern

conveniences, Including gas for cook cooking,
ing, cooking, for rent. Inquire of Mrs. O. T.

Green, 605 Oklawaha avenue. 8-7-tf

Please don't forget tnat we carry
the famous NORRIS candies, me best

made. Fresh each week. The Court

Pharmacy. tf

Sam Leigh, traveling representative
of the Groover-Stewart wholesale
drug house of Jacksonville, spent yes yesterday
terday yesterday in this city in the interests of
his firm St. Petersburg Independent.

Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Loveridge may
call at the store of the Teuton Sup Supply
ply Supply company and drink that delightful
beverage, bottled coca -cola at this
company's expense, by showing this
notice. The Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling
Works.

Read our ad. in this paper. You will
make no mistake in taking advantage
of our cash specials. You owe it to
yourself to save all you can this day
and time. 0. K. Teapot Grocery. 2t

Mr. Wiley Burford is home from

the military instruction camp at

Plattsburg, which he praises highly.
Mr. Burford has finished his course at
Princeton University and will attend
one of the country's leading law

schools this fall.

Mr. C. A. Tremere of Belleview was
visiting his numerous Ocala friends

today.
Read our ad. in this paper. You wil

make no mistake in taking advantage
of our cash specials. You owe it to
yourself to save all you can this day

and time. O. K. Teapot Grocery. 2t

New Victor records at The Book

Shop. Hear them. Buy them. Zt

Take Rexall liver salts for thai

tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's. tf

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in altoove toys oirafly

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Only Direct Lino from Jacksonville

'Fare Includes Meals Good on Any Ship.
1 Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
-CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
, Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. 17EPZEL, Florida Passongor Agont
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib crty St, Jacksonville, Florida.

The new and very handsome catalog
of the Maxwell car's for the year be

ginning July 1st, has arrived and will

be mailed out to any one interested.
R. R. Carroll, Maxwell distributor,
Ocala, Florida. d&wtf

Sheriff Smith, of Lake county, came
to Ocala today to get Lee Gold ware,

alias Charles Williams, a negro.

wanted near Leesburer for stealing a

Ford. Smith was arrested here yes

terday by Deputy Sheriff Osteen,

when the negro called at the postoffice
to eet a letter addressed to Charles

Williams.

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The September Cosmopolitan in the

NEW SHAPE, larger and better, is
on sale todav at The Book Shop. Be

one of the first to read it. St

Read the Saturday Evening Post
every Thursday. Sold at The Book
Shop, Curtis Publishing Co. agency. 3t
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- MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready

for delivery. R. R. Carroll.

We give prescription work prompt
attention and what the doctor orders

you get. The Court Pharmacy, tf
' The Evening Star may always, be
found on sale at Gerig's News
Store. 17-tf

MAXWELL Touring Cars, (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready

for delivery. R. R. Carroll.
Warm as the weather is, Mr. W.
Austin Bennett says that he served

86 persons with waffles this morning.

A broken Thermos bottle is no
goodbring it to us and we will make
it "as good as new." The Court

Pharmacy.

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MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R. Carroll.
.
We carry a full line of 'Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's tf

WOOTO1K OF THE WORLT
Tort King Camp No. 1 4 civets a;
the K. of P. tall at 7:30 p. m. everj
second tnd fourth Friday. visltm
sovereign a.re always welcome.
J. W. Lamar. C (..
Chas. K Saie. Clerk.
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' SEABOARD' LOCAL SCHEDULE

Southbound
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; Ocala ,4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa
7:50 p. m.y:':-:--,'. rp-; y v
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 8:05 p. m
' Northbound
.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. in.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 6; 45 a. m.
; No'. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a.m.; Ocala
1p.m.; arives Jacksonville" 5:25 p. m.

STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CTTT COUNCIL

were much enjoyed. The children
were invited to march into the dining

room at io o'clock, and were served

with dainty refreshments carried ou

in the color scheme. Ice cream, cake

and candies were served. The follow

ing ladies assisted: Mrs. Jack Rentz,

mother of the hostess Misses Martha

and Louise Rentz, her aunts, and Mrs

A. F. Davis, grandmother of the lit

tle girl. Jacksonville Metropolis.

Mrs. Rex Todd is entertaining with
a supper party at the Springs this
evening. The 'guests will go to the
Springs about 4 o'clock this afternoon
in autos, and before and after suppeV
will enjoy the delights of the popular
watering place. In the party will be

Mrs. Martin, Messrs. George and Her

bert Martin, V Miss Gladys Martin
Mrs. R. G. Blake, Miss Irma Blake,

Mr. B. H. Sanders and his daughter,
Miss Louise Sanders. These will be

joined at supper time by Dr. E. G

Jeek and Mr. J. G. Parrish.
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Mrs. A. J. Leaven good and Miss

Ollie left this afternoon f O0 Stanton
on Lake Weir to spend several weeks

with relatives. J
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aiiss xsona beweu is nere on a visit

to her sister, Mrs. J. P. Galloway.

She has just completed a course a

the state normal school at Gainesville.

Miss May Cole of Zolfo, who has also
been-attending the normal, is the

guest of Miiss Sevall .and Mrs. Gallo

way. They will remain during the

coming week.

Mr. ana Mrs. w. A. Keisey and
daughter, Miss Winona Kelsey, and

Mrs. G. I. Singleton and daughter, lit

tie Miss Louise Singleton of Inver

ness, leit Jacksonville yesterday in
Mr. Kelsey's car for an : extended

tour to include Knoxville, Tenn.,
Washington, D. C, points in Ohio and

other states en route. The will spend

a month at Tate Springs, Tenn., be

fore returning home in the fall.-Times-Union.
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LIST OF M AGAZINES

AT THE LIBRARY

Following is list of magazines to

be. read at the library when it is open

Scientific American, Collier'?. Sat

urday Evening Post, Country Gentle
man, Literary Digest, Review of Re

views,? Popular Mechanics, The Out

look, Scribner's, Harper's, Century,

Bookman, St: Nicholas, Little Folks

American, Youths Companion, Ameri

can Boy, Woman's Home Companion

Delineator, Ladies' World, Ladies

Home Journal, Pictorial Review, Mod

ern Priscilla, The Musician, Garden

Magazine, McClure's, ; Everybody's

National Geographical Magazine, Cur

rent Opinion, Physical1 Culture, Good

Housekeeping. '' . ;

YOUR BOWELS SHOULD

MOVE ONCE A DAY

Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair chairman
man chairman J G, A. Nash, W. A, Knight.
; Cemetery J. T. Moore, chairman;
D. E. Mclver, EL A. Weathers.

Judiciary J. M. Meffert, chairman;

J. J. Gerig, D. E. Mclver.

' Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.

W. Tompkins, W. A. Knight.

t Fire -J. J. Gerisr, chairman: J M.

Meffert, G. JL Nash.

Polise W. A. Knight, chairman; G.

a. JNasn, 11. M, Weathers.

Market H. M. Weathers, chair

man; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Geng.

Sanitary-r-H. A. Fausett, chairman;

D. W. Tompkins, J. T. Moore.

Light ahoV Water G. A. Nash,

chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Mef

fert. y:-:: yK yy ,yyy:y ;

Building H. M. Weathers, chair

man; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.

A free easy movement of the bowels

every day is. a rsigrn of good health.

Dr. King's New Life Pills will give
you a gentle laxative effect without
griping and free your system of blood
poisons, purify your blood, overcome

constipation and have an excellent

tonic effect on the entire system

Makes you feel like Hvine. Only 25c

at druggists. Adv. 3

BUSINESS FOR SALE

A DOCTOR'S REMEDY

FOR COUGHS

As a cure for coughs and colds Dr.

Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey combines these
remedies in just the right proportion
to do the most good for summer

coughs or colds. A trial will prove

the value of this splendid cough med

icine. Dr.. .Bell's inne-Tar-Honey
soothes the irritation stops your
cough, kills the cold germs and does
you a world of good. A 25c bottle will

more than convince you it will stop

your cougn. At druggists. Ad. 3

PLUMBING AND

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING

When you have plumbing or elec

trical contracting let 13 furnish you

estimates. No job to large and none
to smaJ. H. W. Tueker. tf

Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,

for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
WILL SLOAN'S

LINIMENT RELIEVE PAIN 7

Try it and see one annlication will

J rove more than a column of claims,
ames S. Ferguson, Phila., Pa., writes,

"i nave nad wonderrm relief since I
used Sloan's Liniment on my knees.
To think after all these years of pain
one application gave me relief. Many
thanks for what your remedy has

done for me." Don't keep on suffer

ing, apply Sloan's .Liniment where

your pain: is and notice how cruick

you tget relief. Penetrates without
rubbing. But it as any drue store.

25c. Adv. 3

Electrical and plumbing establish

ment. Will sell at invoice prices,

This is a good buy as there is going

to be about $40,000 worth of plumb

ing work installed in Ocala within the
next few years. H. W. Tucker, Ocala,

Fla. 19-4t

CURE FOR CHOLERA MORBUS

"vnen our little boy, now seven
years old, was a baby he was cured

of cnoiera morbus by Chamberlain's

Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme

dy," writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons,
Fair Haven, N. Y. "Since then other
members of my family have used this

valuable medicine for colic and bowel

troubles with good satisfaction and
gladly endorse it as a remedy of ex exceptional
ceptional exceptional merit," Obtainable every

where. v Adv.

LIVER TROUBLE

I am bothered with liver trouble

about twice a year," writes Joe Ding

man, Webster City, Iowa. "I had

pains in my side and back and an aw

ful soreness in my stomach. I heard
of Chamberlain's Tablets and tried

them. By the time I had used half

a bottle of them I was feeling fine and
had no signs of pain." Obtainable

everywhere. Adv.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

! AUTO FOR HIRE ?

: 1916 REO
J At Your Service Any Hour
I DAY or NIGHT

PHONE 523
Reasonable Prices Terms Cash
JOHN NEEDHAKl
Residence Phone 526

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER,
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
vVork for the Money than Any Other
onfrsctoi in the city.

WILL GO TO WILSON

Democratic Platform Appeals to
Many Progressives.

Men of Really Independent Thought
Who Supported Roosevelt Last
Election Not Likely to Enter
' the Republican Fold.

v Charles E. Hughes and bis political
advisers are naturally heartened at
Colonel Roosevelt's return to the Re Republican
publican Republican party, but not all the Pro Progressives
gressives Progressives who were ready to follow
their, leader In another free lance move movement
ment movement will act upon his recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation to support the Republican ticket.
Of" the 4,119,509 votes cast for Roose Roosevelt
velt Roosevelt In 1912 many how many, -Is a
question, of course were avowed In Independents.
dependents. Independents. They had been Repub Republicans
licans Republicans but had come to feel nearer
the Democratic party than the party
of their former allegiance. Thousands
of these Independents will. It Is be believed,
lieved, believed, vote for Wilson and Marshall
rather than for Hughes and Fair Fairbanks.
banks. Fairbanks. '
- With a split i the Republican party
four years ago Wilson ; had a phe phenomenal
nomenal phenomenal victory an electoral vote
"bf 435 as compared with eight for
Taft and 88 for Roosevelt. Under
similar conditions something like the
result of the 1912 election would be
assured this year, but such political
triumphs may be expected only once
In a lifetime. But It need not be sur surprising
prising surprising to see a very large proportion
of the erstwhile Progressives casting
their ballots for Wilson enough to
bring several of the doubtful states
normally Republican Into the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic column.
The election Is four months off.
Momentous things affecting the politi political
cal political situation may happen between
now and the 7th of November. But
If the election were to take place to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow Wilson would tbe an easy win winner,
ner, winner, despite the apparent fusion of Re Republicans
publicans Republicans and Progressives.

NEW REVENUE BILL PRAISED

Chicago Journal Points Out the Many
Good joints Contained in the
''Measure.
The best of many good things about
the new revenue measure ; Is the In Inheritance
heritance Inheritance 'tax feature. The Journal
has been working for this tax for lot
these many years, and doubtless is
somewhat prejudiced In the' matter ;
but it feels-that this alone is enough
to make almost any revenue bill en endurable.
durable. endurable. The levy, is not so high as
could be wished, but It makes a pretty
good start. Once let the American
people experience the Justice, fitness
and democratic value of an inherit inheritance
ance inheritance tax, and they never can be per persuaded
suaded persuaded to go back to the old scheme
of doubling the tariff when more
money Is needed.
The income tax changes are not al altogether"
together" altogether" satisfactory. It is all right
to increase the charge against large
incomes, but the exemption ought to
be lowered. There is no good reason
why a single man with a net income
of $2,999 or a married man with $1, $1,-000
000 $1,-000 more should not make a direct
contribution to the expense of the
government. Also, there should be a
sharp distinction between earned In Incomes
comes Incomes and those derived from inherit inherited
ed inherited wealth.
The munitions profit tax Is frankly
emergency legislation, and must be

juagea on that oasis, mere is no

doubt that it will bring some needed

money or that It complies with a pop

ular demand. Chicago Journal.

Peculiar Campaign Feature.
A painful feature of the presidential
campaign is the attempt of many of

our esteemed Republican contempo

raries to take rank in the, high-brow
class. What formerly was simply hel hellish
lish hellish Is now "inept what was onee
damnable cowardice Is now "Incerti "Incertitude,'
tude,' "Incertitude,' and what In the good old days
was nothing less than downright Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic Idiocy Is now "fatuous." Are
we already beginning to experience
the penalties of raiding the Supreme
court of the United States in search
of a candidate?

Wilson Has "Made Good.?
President Wilson goes before the
country with a remarkable record of
achievement; of constructive effort of
Jhe highest order; of consummate
handling of momentous questions ab absolutely
solutely absolutely new in American life, file has
made good and the American voters
will decide that this Is no time to try
experiments with a new pilot.

lie

Coiui

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OCflLA. FLORIDA

CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.

WAV

, "The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tire
rouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET f
Phones 43876 Ocala, Fla.

fTpJlu, in

We Have the Equipment and Ability
To serve you as you ought to be servied, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for this is the only way we can accomplish
our desire. ' '
Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you will call us. up, they will be'eorrected IMMEDIATELY.

Ocala Ice Sr PacMeg Ce

PHONE 34

OCALA. FLA.

.A 1 I

Fill f
IP JW:
mm I ; t c i

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B LAC K-WH I T E -T A N IOC
KEEP YOUR SHOES NEAT

V CO. .LTD." BUFFALO. N.Y

- Explaining' the Colonel.
. In making his return to the Re Republican
publican Republican party at this time without

loss of dignity It was necessary for
Mr. Boosevelt to paint President Wil Wilson
son Wilson in black" colors and to picture his

re-election as a very terrible calamity

to the country. :

The Republican Need.
The Republican shibboleth Is "Any

thing to beat Wilson." In 1872 the

Democratic shibboleth was "Anything

to beat Grant" Grant swept The coun

try. What the Republicans really

want should read "Something to elect

Hughes -

STOP THE BREED

; You know that most insects that pester the life out of you lay
eggs in the cracks and' crevices, and when you kill the insects it is
but 'a question of a few days until thousands of. others will appear.
FENOLE USED WITH A SPRAYER penetrates every crack and
crevice, and KILLS THE YOUNG before they hatch. It is safe to
use, will not injure the most delicate fabric. Buy it at the dru
stores, at your gTocer, or hardware dealer. V
Fenole is for sale in Ocala by Marion Hardware Co., Ollie Mordis,
Court Pharmacy, Tyding's Drug Co., Smith Grocery Co.,. Anti-Monopoly
Drug Store.
FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY

1546 Franklin St.;

TASIPA

Phone 3623

Mens

Wl TO fM3M

VIA

AMP

' TTT

AIR LINE RAILWAY
"THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY OF THE SOUTH"
MMEMY, AUGUST 21

!1I HHilfhTO Fh

JOyHESy ttth&l VE3E3,

m& 'til fk

ROUND TRIP FR03I POINTS NAMED BELOW

LEAVE

7:00 am...
7:23 am..
7:38 am..

. ARRIVE
.. Ocala ......10:00pm
Belleview .... 9:37 pm
, Dallas ...... 9:23pm

LEAVE
7:16am..... ..Santos ..
7:32 am... Summer-field
7:45 am.... Wildwood

ARRIVE
. 9:43 pm
. 9:2Spm
. 9:0S pm

Low rates from other points. Tickets good on special train only. Ke Ke-turning
turning Ke-turning leave Tampa 6 p. m. same day.

SEPARATE COACHES FOR WHITE AND COLORED PEOPLE AND

PLENTY OF ROOM FOR ALL

JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. T. A. S. G. EINDERBECK, D. P. A.,

Ocala, Fla. Tampa, Fla.

. Sour Grapes.

The colonel didn't want the darned

nomination, anyway. Outside of be

ing willing to "give his right eye and

right arm for It, he wouldn't give

much for It,- Macon Telegraph.

JUST THE THING

FOR DIARRHOEA

"About two years ago I had a severe

attack of diarrhoea which lasted over

a week," writes W. C. Jones, Burford,

N. D. "I became so weak that 1 could

not stand upright. A druggist recom

mended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. The first dose
relieved me and within two days I was

as well 'as ever. Many druggists rec recommend
ommend recommend this remedy because they
know that it is reliable. Obtainable

everywhere. Adv. 1

Annual Mountain and Seashore Excursion

- via :
ri i4S7 LSI

STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Round Trip Rates from Ocala
, Washington, D. C .......... $2L35 Richmond, Va. .
Norfolk, Va. $19.33 Baltimore, Md. .........
Round Trip Rates from Jacksonville

Wilmington,. N. C. ..$IZ25
Winston-Salem, N. a ......$14.25
Hot Springs, Va.... ...$18.75
Roanoke, Va. ... . . ....... $16 JO

TICKETS SOLD AUGUST 16th and 23d LIMIT SEPTEMBER 1st
For information or reservations call on A. C. L. ticket agent or
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. AV J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
-V Jacksonville, Fla. - J Tampa, Fla.

5 F3

23

0

$19.33
$233

Chattanooga, Tenn. .
Monteagle, Tenn. ," ... ...
Mammoth Cave, Ky.
Lexington, N. U.

$14.00
$13.25
S18.2D
$14.23
& 8th

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