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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST
Generally fair tonight and Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, except showers Wednesday in
northeast portion.
OOALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1916
VOL. 22, NO. 197

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THE STRIKE
Orders for Additional Units of the
National Guard to Go to
, Border Held Up
; (Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 15.- The war de department
partment department today suspended orders for
the remaining mobilized units of the
National Guard to proceed to the
border. ?
This doesn't mean an unfavorable
turn of the railroad strike situation,
but is merely a precautionary meas measure.
ure. measure. OFFICIAL EXPLANATION
The official explanation of the
order is that the difficulties of trans transportation
portation transportation and equipment caused the
delay .,..: '
nt now wiLSOii.
Of His Nomination at Long Branch
onthe Second of September
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 15. It was defi definitely,
nitely, definitely, decided today that? Senator
James will formally notify President
Wilson "of his nomination September
2nd at Long Branch.
WILSON WON'T MAKE A TOUR
. .
It was announced today that the
president will not make a speaking
tour, but wi I probably accent invita invitations
tions invitations to sperk at different places.
HUGHES SLINGS BZ LL ;
AT THE HENS
Calls the Ladies His Fel'ow Citizens
and Assures Them he is Inter Inter-.
. Inter-. ested in Good Housekeeping
i
(Associated Press)
Spokane, Wash., Aug. 15. Chas. E.
Hughes, in addressing his first au audience
dience audience composed solely of Women vot vot-ters
ters vot-ters as "fellow citizens," yesterday,
told them he wasintcrcsted in "good
national housekeeping" and described
means of effecting it. "The only
chance the present administration has
to carry this" election," he said, "is
because the European war has saved
it-from demonstrating its ineffectiv ineffectiv-.
. ineffectiv-. ity."
TROPICAL HURRICANE
IS MOVING WESTWARD
Lower Temperature on Atlantic Coast
Until Late Tomorrow
(Associated Press)
. Washington, Aug. 15. The weather
bureau announced today that the
tropica disturbance was central this-j
morning off Jamaica, apparently mov moving
ing moving westward, and of moderate inten intensity.
sity. intensity. It was. also announced that
moderately low temperatures would
continue in the Atlantic coast district
for the next thirty-six hours.
BRANDEIS TOO BUSY
Court Matters will Prevent Him from
Serving on the Mexican
Commission
(Associated Press) '.
Washington, Aug. 15. Associate
Justice Brandeis informed President
Wilson last night that pressing busi business
ness business before the court prevents his ac accepting
cepting accepting the president's designation of
him as one of the joint commissioners
who will attempt to solve the difficul difficulties
ties difficulties between the United States and
Mexico.
AMERICAN, BRINGS DOWN
HERMAN AEROPLANES
Paris, Aug. 15. G. Lufbery, of
New Haven, Conn., is the American
aviator who was mentioned in the of official
ficial official French announcement of last
night for having brought down V a
German aeroplane inside the French
lines south of Douaumont. He was
flying at a height of 12,000 feet to
ward the German lines when he per perceived,
ceived, perceived, 3,000 feet below him, a Ger German
man German aeroplane "moving toward the
French, He i rplaned 1, down swiftly,
working his machine gun at the same
time, as he was alone in the aero
plane. The German machine was hit
repeatedly and fell in flames. Lufbery
landed safely. It was his second ex
ploit of the kind within a week.
Please don't forget that we Carry
, the famous NORRIS randies, me best
made. Fre?h each week. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

REVIVING GLORY

ANCIENT DDI
Italians, Derided for Many Months,
Now the Most Successful
of the Allies
(Associated Press)
London, Au. 15. On the French,
Russian and Italian fronts the Allies
today announce the continuance of
their steady drives. Paris says the
French have captured three" hundred
feet of German trenches to a depth of
one hundred feat on the north bank
of the Meuse, near Verdun. London
declares the British have retaken
nearly all the trenches northwest of
Po2ieres., Petrograd 1- announces, the
Russians in Galicia are crossing to
the western banks of the Zlota, Lipa
and Bystritza Solotzina rivers and
are advancing along the upper Stripa.
BRITISH LOST A BOAT 1
The British torpedo boat destroyer
Lasso sank Sunday off the Dutch
coast, having struck a mine or been
torpedoed, according to the official
statement. Six of the crew are miss missing
ing missing and two men who ? were aboard
were injured.
OTTOMANS
CONTINUE OFFENS OFFENSIVE
IVE OFFENSIVE A ,continuatio nof the Turkish of offensive
fensive offensive on the Persian Jfrontier is re reported
ported reported by Petrograd, but it is an announced
nounced announced that the Turks are in retreat
on the northwest bank of Lake Van.
HE THINKS' HE HELPS
TJie kaiser is again on the Russian
front, where the Austro-Germans are
struggling desperately to ; withstand
the onslaughts of the Russians.
ITALIANS MARCHING ON
Rome announces additional Italian
advances on the Carco plateau south southeast
east southeast of. Gorizia, saying the Italians
captured Austrian" entrenchments
there and also further north to east
of Gorizia.
W. M. ROSS
Remains of Former Citizen of Ocala
. .
, Laid to Rest at Sarasota
Sarasota,. Aug. 15. The funeral
services of W. M. Ross, one of Jack Jacksonville's
sonville's Jacksonville's most progressive business
men, who died last Thursday in At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, were held "from the Methodist
church here yesterday. The body
arrived from Atlanta Sunday, noon,
accompanied by'his wife and only
daughter, Mamie.
Mr. Ross was a member of th,e
Knights of Pythias lodge at Ocala,
having at one time- been in business
there, .but for. the past seven years
has been' engaged in the agricultural
implement business at Jacksonville.
Mr. Ross was forty-seven years of
age, and a .member of the Baptist
church at his home town. Mrs. Ross,
it is understood, will make Sarasota
her future home as soon as she gets
the business affairs of her husband
settled at Jacksonville.
SECOND REGIMENT
IS WELL SEASONED
Men Held Up Well in Long Hike of
Last Friday
1
(Special Correspondence of the Star)
Black Point, Aug. 12. The Second
Regiment went on an eighteen-mile
hike Friday morning, leaving at 7:30
and returning at 12 o'clock. This was
a hike of efficiency, as every man was
required to take part. Even the men
in the guard house were on the job.
The line of march was to Orange
Park, back west of the brick road,
through the pine woods. Co. A put
up a good hike, every man returning
in good shape.
The past week the soldiers have
been carried through some real bat battles,
tles, battles, without bullets.
The men are all in high spirits with
the expectation of leaving for the
border "next week." All compnaies
are about fully equipped and ready
to entrain.
The boys of Co. A wish to express
their thanks to the good ladies of
Ocala for the "housewives." As they
were distributed there were many re remarks
marks remarks of "Just what I need."
Albritton, Hogan, Morrow and At Atkinson
kinson Atkinson have returned home, all re receiving
ceiving receiving hoonrable discharges.
Pay day has come and gone and
some $30,000 was distributed among
the men. .-v.
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BABY MAXWELL AT A BARGAIN
i nave just? taken in exchange a
baby Maxwell, two-clinder,- two-pas
senger car. Fully equipped and in
fine condition throughout and looks
good. "A bargain, and will move quick.
Hurry if you want it. It is the latest
of this model that was manufactured.
Cash or time. R. R. Carroll d&w

HARDWICK HIT
HUGHES HEAVILY

Sectional Utterances of Republican
Candidate Denounced by the
Georgia Senator
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 15. Senator
Hardwick of Georgia, speaking in the
Senate today, charged Chas. E.
Hughes with attempting t to stir up
passion and prejudice when he assert asserted
ed asserted in his Butte speech that southern southerners
ers southerners dominated Congress and congres congressional
sional congressional committees. Senator Hardwick
said committee chairmanships were
attained by seniority. He denounced
as unworthy a presidential candidate
who would seek votes by an apepal to
sectional prejudice.
PIGI1IG FOR FVTHIAIIS
J
Fish Fry at Delk's Bluff for Knights
of Five Counties, Thursday,
August 24th ;
The Knights of Pythias of Ocala
lodge are busily engaged making ar arrangements
rangements arrangements .for a big picnic and fish
fry at Delk's Bluff Thursday, August
24th. The occasion is the quarterly
meeting of the district delegates of
thjs district, which is composed of the
lodges of Marion." Citrus, Sumter,
Heernando and Pasco counties. Mr.
J. G. Ferguson of the Ocala" lodge is
deputy grand chancellor of the dis district
trict district and will haye charge of the offi official
cial official doings.
The iocal committee in' charge of
arrangements, Messrs. Jake Brown,
D. W Tompkins and F. E. Wetherbee,
have chartered a boat to make the
trip down Silver Springs run to
Delk's Bluff on the Oklawaha river.
The boat will leave 'the springs about
10 a. m.
Besides the members of ; the Py Pythian
thian Pythian lodge and Pythian Sisters it is
expected that a number : of s their
friends will join the excursion on the
24th, many invitation tickets having
been issued to, them.' . :
Representatives from the district
lodges will have the privilege of
bringing their families. y
SISTERS N FAVOR WITH
THE GEORGIA SENATE
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, Aug. 15. The Georgia
senate today passed the house bill
granting women the right to practice
law. Tie bill now goes to the gov governor
ernor governor for his' signature.
LIST OF MAGAZINES
AT THE LIBRARY
Following is. a list of magazines to
be tead at the library when it is. open:
, Scientific American, Collier's- Sat Sat-urday
urday Sat-urday Evening Post, Country Gentle Gentleman,
man, Gentleman, Literary Digest, Review of1 Re Reviews,
views, Reviews, Popular Mechanics, The Out Outlook,
look, Outlook, Scribner's, Harper's, Century,
Bookman, St. Nicholas, Little Folks,
American, Youths Companion, Ameri American
can American Boy, Woman's Home Companion,
Delineator, Ladies World, Ladies'
Home Journal, Pictorial Review, Mod Modern
ern Modern Priscilla, The Musician, Garden
Magazine, McClure's, Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur Current
rent Current Opinion, Physical Culture, Good
Housekeeping.
A. C. L. SCHSUULE
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. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. n. J
No. 10, Leesburg to .Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 1 51, .Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
N No. 40, St. Petersnurg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
' No. -49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m. .....
No. 39. Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:362:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines
ville and "Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m. r
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), luesoay, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 950 p. m.
We give prescription work prompt
attention and what the doctor orders
you get. The Court Pharmacy, tf

DESTRUCTION OF
A DREADNAUGHT

Italian Warship and 300 Men Lost in
Taranto Harbor; by an In-
ternal Explosion
(Associated Press)
Paris, Aug. 15. The Italian dread dread-naught
naught dread-naught Leonardo de Vinci was sunk in
the harbor, at Taranto, Italy, by an
explosion from a fire in the kitchen,
causing the death of 300 of the crew
of 957, according to press dispatches.
It is believed the dreadnaught, .which
displaced 22,000 tons and carried a
main battery of thirteen twelve-inch
guns, can be refloated.
EPIDEMIC 1E1CREASES
Death Rate Among New York Chil Children
dren Children Mounted Rapidly
Today
it-
' (Associated Press)
New York, Aug. 13. There was a
big increase in infantile paralysis to today,
day, today, with thirty-nine deaths and; 163
new cases.
RESUME SERVICE
ON THE RIVER
Ocala Transportation Company May
Soon be in Operation Again
-v. The freight service on the -river
may shortly be in new hands. Nego Negotiations
tiations Negotiations are under way with a view to
turning over the boat line of the Qeala
Transportation company. Outside cap capital
ital capital isv interested The development
of freight transportation on the' river
is of the utmost importance to Ocala.
BIG NAVAL BILL
Has Been Adopted in All Sections by
the House rf
(Associated Press) ; 0 f
- Washington, Aug. 15. The ; House
today adopted all the naval bill agreed
to by the House and Senate conferee's
and proceeded to vote on the ? big
Vi-il v nvinnrim on navcnnol in
creases which were the only disputed
points.
ICE CREAM SUPPER
.The ladies of the W. C. T. U. and
the Methodist church of Kendrick will
give an ice cream supper in the oak
grove at Kendrick this evening. ; The
proceeds will go towards paying for
the piano. All friends and the public
are cordially invited to attend.
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE
A8 1916 model Excelsior,- twin twin-cylinder
cylinder twin-cylinder motorcycle,; with side car, all
fully equipped, and in absolutely first
class condition throughout. Been run
abcut 1000 miles. Will sell cheap for
cash. Apply at Star office. 8-14,
SECOND HAND AUTOMOBILE
SUPPLIES FOR SALE CHEAP
Large size Prest-o-Lite Tank.
Two new hand Klaxon Horns.
36x4 Diamond and Goodyear Tires,
L straight side.
36x4 Tubes.
Splitdorf Coil and Magneto. :
Prest-o-Lite Headlights, oval glass.
Shebler Carburetor. ?
Apply to R. R. Carroll, Star Office;
Arthur -Olin of Kendrick, shot-and
severely wounded by a negro desper desperado
ado desperado less than two weeks ago, was in
town today with his hand bandaged,
but otherwise spry as ever. It's hard
to kill a good man. It is sometimes
hard to capture a bad man, for the
negro who wounded Mr. Olin has not
yet been captured. t.
Fresh fall garden seed pow in. The
Ocala Seed Store. 8-1-tf

Is the Roman Catholic Church
in American Politics?
HEAR THE LECTURE TONIGHT
On "The Invasion of Our Country by
a Foreign Power" Roman
Catholicism
Band Stand in Courthouse Square 8 O'clock Sharp,
By CHARLES WINNER

OCALA COULD

STAND IT
Railroad Strike Would be Rough on
Our People but They Wouldn't
be Ruined
V What the effect on Ocala and Mar Marion
ion Marion county will be in the event of a
general railroad strike, entirely tying
up train service, is difficult to, deter determine.
mine. determine. This county is certainly as
w ell prepared to meet the situation
as any section of the state, and prob probably
ably probably better prepared Ithan most coun counties
ties counties to withstand the hardships of
isolation. Even should the river fail
to help matters, and should the sup supply,
ply, supply, of gasoline for motor cars give
out, the people of f Marion county
would not lack food. It would be
necessary to economize, many luxur luxuries
ies luxuries would have to be done away with,
higher prices would obtain, but the"
rich Jands of this county would supply-
meats, vegetables and staples,
and the waters would supply fish
without end. The county's bumper
corn crop would provide ah abundance
of grits and meal, the meal making
an excellent substitute for flour. The
sweet potato crop would supply the
county for months.. The cowpea crop
is not to be overlooked. Peanuts, of
which there are thousands of acres,
would provide a substitute for butter.
The peanut butter factories are in the
county, and could r work overtime..
Sugar cane would provide-the bounty
with "long sweetening" "for a long
period with proper conservation." ;
. On the other hand many 'persons
would be thrown out of ,.-'work,v busi business
ness business would be compelled to close,
some ; would probably be forced en entirely
tirely entirely out of business, construction
work would ;cease for lack of mater materials
ials materials and left unfinished ; would deter deteriorate,
iorate, deteriorate, manufacturies forced to shut
down for lack of fuel, material or a
market, would suffer from' deprecia
tion. .. -" ..
JHome talent would have to be de de-pended
pended de-pended on for amusement. Both
Ocal and Marion have ..plenty of good
talent. The public utilities of the
city and .county Would not suffer to
any great extent, because of the use
of wood-for fuel and because of the
waterpower.,-The County is well sup supplied
plied supplied with mules in Tease, automobiles
are- put out' of business because of a
, "ie, yi e or.- paxis.
me xiiy is saiu, vo oe very weii sup supplied
plied supplied with drugs. .j
Mr. Charles .'Winner .will speak to
the people at i the bandstand tonight
and warn them v against' the dangers
of Romanism; Mr. Winner is an
earnest young man, and has told his
story so often that he has come to be believe
lieve believe at least some of it himself. Mr'.
Winner was a pleasant visitor at the
Star office this morning and told us
many interesting things. Among
other information that he imparted
to. us was that the pope favored the
South in the Civil War, "consequently
the K Catholics supported the Confed Confederacy,
eracy, Confederacy, tooth and toenail, This alone is
enough to cause the people of. this 90
per cent southern community to re regard
gard regard the hundred or two of Catholics
that dwell among them with extreme
suspicion! We Jiad better heed Mr.
Winner and his co-laborers,, or we
may wake up some fine morning and
find the pope'3 ; flag flying over the
courthouse.
Mr. T. J. Jones of the Standard Oil
company and 'a friend will be treated
to bottled coca-cola if they will call at
the store of Ollie Mordis and present
this notice. The Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works.
.. REO AT A BARGAIN
A t nineteen fifteen five-passenger
L Reo car, fully equipped, electric lights
and tartert two extra tires and tubes,
recently overhauled throughout. First
check for $400 gets it. R. R. Carroll.
- 'MAXWELL. Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. f R., R. Carroll.

IETERI1ED TO

HAVE 8-HOUR DAY
Employes May Leave Other Matters
to Some Special Organization
. to Work Out
' (Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 15 After a con con-ference
ference con-ference between the president and the
railroad committee today, it became
known that the proposal is under con consideration
sideration consideration for the railroads to accept
the principle of an eight-hour day,
leaving the Interstate Commerce Com Commission
mission Commission or some specially formed or organization
ganization organization to work out its application."--'-"'..".
. -. '.'.
BACK TO THE BROTHERHOODS
Whether the plan 'Twill be the
means of averting a strike will not be
known Until President. Wilson sub submits
mits submits it to the brotherhood leaders,
who went to the Whiter House this
afternoon. They, however, didn't ap appear
pear appear optimistic when newspaper men
told them of it, and indicated if it is
submitted to them ; they probably will
haveto refer it to the general board
of the brotherhoods composed of six
hundred members.N The chairman is
now in New York.
C0UI1IY GOMMISSIOIIEnS
Official Report of the Proceedings at
the August Meeting .of
; the Board
' ..: --"V ''..-
The board of county commissioners
met with all members present.
v Mr. Metfert appeared -, betore the
board and complained about the raise
in assessment of his personal prop
erty.
Dr. Counts appeared before ; the
board and asked that the, commis commissioners
sioners commissioners pay the board of Ike Brinson
at the colored hospital, which was so
ordered by the board, r x
The report of J. W. Stevens, S. H.
Martin and D. Mi Waldron," a com committee
mittee committee appointed to make certain
changes in the original survey. of the
public road from Fort McCoy to Or Orange
ange Orange Springs was accepted and road
ordered posted. The committee re reported
ported reported the following changes, to-wit:
Beginning at corner of secs 22, 28, 26
and 21 tp-12 r 23 running- in north north-westeriy
westeriy north-westeriy direction 210 yards to a pt
45 "yards West of sec line, thence n
and thence 'ne to intersect n sec line
100 yds n of half -sec line., running e
and w thio sees 22 and 28. Leave sec
line between sees 22 and 23, 70d ft s
of sec cor of sections 14, 15, 22 apd
23, thence nw to sec line running e
and w between sees 22 and 15 495 ft
w of sec cor of sees 22 and 23, 14 and
15, ihence in northeasterly direction
three-eights mile to sec line dividing
sees 14 and 15. :
Matter of abandoning old public
road Silver Springs to r Orange
Springs deferred to next meeting
when final action will be taken.
In matter of bridge over Withla-
coochee river at Dunnellon, Commis
sioners Pyles and Hutchins were made
a committee to inspect bridge and re
port at meeting Aug. 22.
Mrs. Carrie Kinard was placed on
pauper-list -at $5 per month for July
and August, and $3 per month there thereafter.":'.
after.":'. thereafter.":'.
Upon motion is was ordered that
claim of W. H. Carr- for $50 on ac
count of injuries received on crossing
county road be refused.
On motion it was ordered that tax
collector .be instructed to report in in insolvency
solvency insolvency list assessment of L. G.
Yonge for live stock at $60.
Upon motion the board declared a
public road as follows: Beginning at
intersection of Silver Springs, Fort
McCoy and Daisy road and section
line running east and west between
sees 11 and 14 tp. 14 r 23r run west on
same line to point connecting with
Anthony road near residence of E. E.
Forbes.
Upon motion the board decided to
abandon as a public road hat portion
of the Altoona and Emeralda road,
commencing at a point about 100 yd3
south of nw cor of sec 28 tp 17 s r 25
e, run in a westerly direction to a
point where road crosses Ocala and
Orlando road; and to establish as a
Tiublic road commencing about 100
yds south of nw cor of sec 28, tp 17 s
r 26 e, run in a northwesterly direc
tion about half-mile to "north bdy of
sec 29 tp 17 s r 26 e, thence west
along "section line for about 4 miles
to a point where said sec line crosses
the old government Ocala and Or
lando road. 4
- Bond of D. M. Barco as registra
tion officer with D. E. Mclver and W.
T. Gary as sureties was approved by
board.
Notary public bonds of S. L. Fridy
and R. W. Ferguson were approved.
Bid on two miles of Orange Springs
and Fort McCoy road from Bay Lake

OPPORTUNITY F8i!
PRESS AGEKTS

OTHERWISE THE ROCKEFELLER
INDUSTRIAL PLAN IS OF
NO AVAIL
(Associated Press)
Colorado Springs, Aug. 13. The
annual report of John McLellan, pres president
ident president of the Colorado States Federa Federa-tion
tion Federa-tion of Labor, submited to the con convention
vention convention here today, declares the
Rockefeller industrian plan an un unqualified
qualified unqualified failure, except that it gives
press agents of capitalists something
to Write about. He says conditions
in the coal fields have improved, but
that is because of the publicity given
as the result of the rectn strike.
south was awarded to D. M. Waldron
for $178, including three bridges and
all fills, Mr. Waldron's being the best
and lowest bid.
Upon "motion it was ordered that
the Dixie Culvert & Metal Co. be paid
$500 on account of invoice for culvert
to "be settled at this date.
The board ordered that the follow following
ing following advertisement be inserted in the
Manufacturers' Record of Baltimore,
and the Ocala newspapers, to-wit:
Road Building Tractors
Bids will bejreceived up to 1 o'clock
Wednesday, Sept. 6th, at Ocala, Fla.,
for the 'purchase of one or more trac tractor
tor tractor engines, either caterpillar or other
make, the board reserving the right
to reject any and all bids.
' On motion the board ordered that
pistol license No. 1301 for P. P. Mc Mc-Caskill
Caskill Mc-Caskill be changed from S.& W. .38
caliber, No. 69678, to read S. & W.
special .32 cal., No. 114470.
The board instructed the clerk to
keep an account of road funds with
each district as follows. To charge the
expense of the ferries and bridges on
the Oklawaha river equally to all the
commissioners' ,', districts beginning
Oct. 1st; 1916.-
It was agreed by the board that the
road funds yfor the next fiscal year
beginning Oct. 1st, 1916, be appor apportioned
tioned apportioned betwen the five commissioners'
districts as follows: District No. 1,
$7,000; district No. 2, $7,500; district
Noif 3, $8,000; district No. 4, 16,500;
district No. 5, $8,000. Exclusive of
one" tractor t and payment of road
funds to townsmen titled to same, and
exclusive of ; $769 for culverts.
Clerk was instructed to write
George Drew, manager for S. A. L.
Lumber Co. at Norwalk and request
that S. A. Ll Lumber Co. at once put
infrood crossings made of lumber at
each point where tracks of said com company
pany company cross the public roads of this
county, i
y- Mr. E. H. Miller appeared before
the board and stated that he wished a
slight change in road cutting off one
corner of his land.. Matter referred
by the board to Commissioner Hut Hut-chins
chins Hut-chins with power to act.
Report of T. Williams, J. B. Trot Trotter
ter Trotter and C. R. Veal, commission to lay
out extension of Cotton Plant and
Romeo road was received and road
ordered advertised. V Following is
said report: Continue west on pres
ent line of Cotton Plant and Romeo
road running due west to line divid
ing sees 14 and 9 tp 15 r 19 thence in
northwesterly direction through sees
9-8-7 and intersect the Dunnellon and
Romeo road, at the sw corner of sec 6.
Letter of J. Wr. Coulter referred to
Commissioner Hutchins.
Tax collector appeared before the
board in the matter of the balance of
1914 assessment charged' to him and
submitted list of insolvencies and er
rors, which was accepted and approv approved
ed approved by the board. ,
The sheriff, county judge, treas
urer, tax collector, justices of the
peace and marks and brands inspec inspectors
tors inspectors made reports.
All bills audited ordered paid.
There being no farther business the
board thereupon adjourned to meet
August 22nd, 1916.
, W. D. Cam, Chairman.
, p. H. Nugent, Clerk.
STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CTTT COUNCIL
Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair chairman;
man; chairman; G. A; Nash, W, A. Knight.
Cemetery J. T. Moore, chairman ;
D. E. Mclver, H. A. Weathers.
Judiciary J. M. Metfert, chairman;
J; J. Gerig, D.'E. Mclver.
Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, ,W. A. Knight.
Fire J." J. Gerisr, chairman; J 1L
Meffert, G. Nash.
Police W. A. Knight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, II. M. Weathers.
Market H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Gerig.
SanitaryH. A. Fausett, chairman;
D.' W. Tompkins, J. T. Moore.
Iaght and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Mef Meffert.
fert. Meffert. ...
Building H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, AUGUST 15, 1916

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT. DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTIXGER CAItllOLL, PROPRIETORS
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It is .reported from New York city(
that Charles F. Murphy is about to :
resign the leadership of Tammany.
There is at-leas one good thing
about the man who never goes to
church he never gets into the wrong
pew. )
All politicians are grafters, and j
there i3 no difference between demo-j
cratic and republican politicians. They ;
are all out to make ah easy living off
the people.
There are too many people who are
too darned industrious in' trying to
run the communities in which they
live. The average American com-
According to the members of the
state plant .board, Citrus '-( canker in
Florida is now under control. The
board,' of which Mr. E. L.,Wartmann
of Marion county is a member, has
just held -a session in Jacksonville.
The theory' that women will be bet better
ter better able to take each others' part
when they secure the ballot does not
fit in with the fell established fact
that women have always been the
most bitter and implacable persecu persecutors
tors persecutors of other women. , 1
The Star does not believe, in half halfway
way halfway measures. If the Roman Cath Catholics
olics Catholics are such menaces to the peace
and? safety of the United States as
Catts says they are, let's round ; them
all up and put them in concentration
camps, with the guardians of' liberty
to stand guard over them. '.
Raiser WiJhelm paid his troops on
thev Sommefront an unexpected visit
last week. He reviewed them in hear hearing
ing hearing of the French guns (thoughit
isn't reported that he went within
range) pinned on a bunchy of iron
crosses and went to shed the light of
his countenance elsewhere? X ; ''::;.
The Russians are about to even up
for their losses in the great drive of
last summer. The Austrians lost
three' full army corps jm. killed,
wounded and prisoners last ; week.
Since the first oZ June, w(hen the drive
toward Lutsk began, a conservative
estimate places the Austrian" losses at
between' 650,000 and 700,000 men.
We do not claim that ; this, is ah
original discovery,, but We "have ob observed
served observed that some peop'e sseem to
have money with which to do every everything
thing everything except to pay their debts.
Lakeland Telegram. ; ; ; v
We discovered this some time ago,
but did not suppose anyone else. haji
noticed it. ' 1 : '-!'
If any man carried on his business
like the public business is carried on,
he would soon be bankrupt,, However,
the people can never learn to attend
to their own' business without prac practice.
tice. practice. The worst thing they can do is
to entrust their affairs to, a favored
few and keep them entrusted until
they think both the people and the af affairs
fairs affairs belong to them.
This morning, we read : proof on
Comrade Schneider's article, which
appears in other columns and then
we listened fdr awhile to Rev. Charles
Winner, while he told us what dire
danger the country is in. from the
Catholics. After we were thru with
them, or rather after they were thru
with us, all we had strength to say
was "We're sure in a helluva fix."
The state central committee of the
republican party of Florida will meet
at Palatka, Friday, the 18th. Mr. G.
W. Neville of Dunnellon is the Mar Marion
ion Marion county member of the committee.
Judge William Gober and a number
of other prominent members of the
party in Marion county will attend the
meeting. All arrangements for the
coming campaign will be made at the
Palatka meeting. S ;
It looks like the principal" plan of
the allies is to crush the Austrians
and put them out of the war this
year, cutting the Germans off from
the Turks and Bulgars and making
them all liable to be overwhelmed in
detail. The operation is,, well on the
way but there are hundreds of miles
of territory to cross, and hundreds of
thousands of men to put out of action
before it succeeds. ,
. With the hillsides and valleys of
the Carolinas torn un hv floods, and
the water supply in many communi communi-ities
ities communi-ities tainted in consequence, it would
be a mighty good idea for. Florida
peopie wuu Kcuciriiny spenu ineir, va vacations
cations vacations in that country to stay at
home this summer. They can' find
some of the most pleasant and com comfortable
fortable comfortable places in the world on the
seacoasts, by the lakeside and at the I
mineral springs of their own state. i
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Officers of the French cruiser, Ad-
mirai Auoe, wnicn was in jrensacoia
Sunday, declared that the" Deutsch Deutschland
land Deutschland had been destroyed. One of
them said: "We were off New Or-

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leans on Tuesday when, we were wire
lessed that a British patrol boat do
ing duty on the Atlantic coast had
early that morning destroyed the
Deutschland when the latter, steam steaming
ing steaming on the surface during the night,
was perceived by the patrol boat and
sent to the bottom when she attempt attempted
ed attempted to submerge. The action occurred
just as day began to break." .
The New York Herald prints a
story to the effect that the United
States and Germany were on the
verge of war about Hayti in the sum
mer of 1914, and a conflict was avert
ed only by the outbreak of the greater
war in Europe. It is a well known
fact that the Germans have a strong
hold in the West India islands, where
their merchants control most of the
. . .
business, i It must be evident to
every well informed man that the
United States must put itself in posi
tion to fight any aggressor, or else
give up the Monroe doctrine and re
tiretto tne mainland, and not bccer-
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, All newspaper readers 'Can remem remember
ber remember that in the past few months it
has been proven that the Louisville
and Nashville railroad has, in defiance
of law, issued hundreds of passes to
senators, ; congressmen, judges ''. and
other federal and state officers. And
now ,comes Milton Smith, president
of the road, and, says the Interstate
Commerce Commission has no right
to seek to compel him to answer
questions regarding the political ex
penditures of his road. Railroad offP
cials of Smith's stripe should be in
The trains on the railroads through
Ocala have run so regularly, and
people are so used to them, that.they
cannot very .well form an idea what
existence would be like without them
However, they may all be stopped
within the next few, days. They cer
tainly will be unless President Wilson
brings about an '. understanding be between
tween between the railroad officials and their
employes," and; if they are, not only
inconvenience v but actual suffering
will result, ''
it looked lor awnlle last week as
though there was .going to be another
entrant into the European war,
Switzerland has a treaty with
france,. allowing the passage of gram
from. Mediterranean ports and. &
treaty with Germany allowing pas.
sage of coal from Belgium.' .The
French stuck to their agreement, but
the Germans; wanted the coal for
themselves. Cutting off their coal
would have ruined the Swiss; and
they threatened to join the: allies.
Latest dispatches say they are again
receiving coal regularly.
WHAT A PROMINENT MAN
HAS TO SAY.
Orlando. Ha. "Mv occunatinn ffit.
of painter and all of my trade know what
a aeacuy enemy we
have in lead and
'i-n turpentine. I am
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Dr. Pierce's Golden
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it nas been the
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oi lead colic and
eastritis. The un
my kidncya luJ been in' was entirely
amended, too, by the medicine. My
3tomacn waa m euca a state that JL could
not rest at nie,ht, and I hid to adopt a
very, limited cait. Now 1 can cat any
thing, with comfort. I can also state
that the 'Bbcpvcry' was what I needed to
iv nit; w.iv aim vior, as ray lmpairea
digestion hid deprived me of custenance.
I enjoy the best of health now." Mb.
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Dr. Pierce's Golden T.Icfli-'n.t Diapmrm;
helps the stomach digest the food and
manuiacture nourishing blood. It has a
Sonic efioct and" soon enables the stomach
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Its inffredients are made t public and
printed on wrapper. It's a pure altera
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oative roots and herbs.
Dr. Pierce's Pellets regulate and in invigorate
vigorate invigorate eton'och, Hvcr and bowels."
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SCHNEIDER EXPELS

MORE SOCIALISM
FROM HIS SYSTEM
Editor Star: Yes, Mr. Editor, we
have cities, towns and villages enough
without starting any new ones. Let
us make something besides an 'excuse
for grafting 75 or 80 cents from every
dollar's worth of products which poor,
blind, ignorant Henry Dubb has sweat
and toiled for, fit and bled. Out of
the remaining 20 or 25 cents which'
this white-collared, lily and long long-fingered
fingered long-fingered middle class fraternity grac graciously
iously graciously permits him to keep, he feeds,
clothes, houses, amuses and educates
himself and family poorly enough,
with never three, months from char
ity, or the poor house. An American
Indian, a bushman, a Zulu, a Patagon-
ian would scorn, to take the place of
the American farmer, or wage worker
in the, trades. Now, while Henry
Dubb is working for the middle class
and surrendering three-fourths of his
product to them, this same middle
class is toiling, moiling, sweating,
fretting and striving to rake and
scrape together the little piles with
which to pay dividends, interest, on
bonds and mortgages to the high
muck-a-mucks, the plutes, the upper
one per centumv In the last analysis
Henry Dubb keeps the whole outfit
from Morgan and Rockefeller down to
the night policeman. Together this
ruling class in every nation amounts
to about 10 per centum, the other 90
per centum are the Henry Dubbs of
course ; they include the farmers,
who are the "most outrageously skin skinned,
ned, skinned, robbed, plundered and exploited
of the whole lot. This middle class
of collectors for the plutes is permit
ted to live fairly. well is paid;. good
salaries and commissions liye3 well,
in good houses, rides in autos and
works on an average about four or
five hours per day, nominally owns
everything in sight, land; tools,' ma
chines, mines and what n9t, including
Henry Dubb's job. Let us not for
get the ten acres and freedom fakir.
He is necessary" to help collect; some
of jthe little piles for the plutes. This
time he isafter the savings of the
lower middle class and better class
wage workers. He gets them, too;
takes his "thirty .shillings .and ; turns
the;, rest over to the owners, of the
earth and, goes to look for more
lambs and suckers. to skin. :
The truth hurts! Therefore do not
tell the truth it might offend some
body! White lies, fashionable lies,
conventional lies and ; d -n lies are
what the middle class and its employ
ers want and gets them too in abund
ance from its hired press for the ben
efit of Henry Dubb mainly, but its
bound to keep his bosses very much
within .the same class of ignorance
But the poor, ignorant cotton pickers,
cuke, bean, cantaloupe and other, fruit
growers "are those whomv this syste
matic : lieing gets in the neck V and
causes to sweat, stink 'and toil for a
pittance very near the actual cost line
of production if not in man v cases be
low it; and ygaVl aiteryear they
swallpwthose lies and. get themselves
a little nearer the bread jine and the
poor house with each" crop delivered
to the middle class coliecors. As
the 90 per cent of course are the prin principal
cipal principal consumers as well as producers
of all exchangeable wealth, the more
they are robbed and exploited by their
employers, the less they will be able
to buy in exchange for. their own
product, hence' the absurd cry of over overproduction,
production, overproduction, unemployment, : ; hungry
children and their mothers, fathers
tramping the streets and country
lanes, vainly hunting a master, while
this, noblemah is scouring the towns
and villages for women and children
to work, toil and, sweat for : him ; at
one-half to one-fourth the wages', men
could be induced to do it for. As to
the masculine bypeds, there is no
work, not even grits and a. bit of
bacon in the shap4 of wages, to say
nothing of shoes and calico.; Silk, ice
cream, lingerie and six-dollar shoes
are, all for the noble frlternity, who
do the collecting for-the! plutes, who
everywhere ruin and destroy what lit little
tle little of civilization there might be after
five thousand years of teaching and
preaching the ten commandments and
the ; golden ; rule. : Now, the V various
governments of the several nations,
no matter what form, 'fake title,, or
false colors they are sailing under,
are owned, controlled, established, up upheld,
held, upheld, supported and kept in place' by
these various ; plutocracies,. whose
board of trade,'' commercial 'agency
and committee of collections they, are
m the larger, more international way,
while the middle class does, its, work
at home in collecting jthe small piles
in the shape of interest, profits, rents
and taxes, from the poor silly' Dubbs,
who do ; all the useful and necessary
work, produce every dollar's worth of
wealth and get about ai much out of
their servitude jas the mules, whose
south end sthey are admiring' for 12
hours a day. --v ,':.:;:' ; v:
Now, Mr. Editor, -while independ
ence may be' and ; is the motto of a
barbarous "might is .right, J'deyil
take the hindermpst," murderous,
thieving, ; grafting society, I which is
doomed sooner or later ; to go the
same way similar It aggregations of
knaves and fools went, Rome, Baby Babylon,
lon, Babylon, Greece, Spain 5 and others; it is
interdependence, 'which must become
the final motto and achievement of a
real, a genuine civilization, a human human-ization,
ization, human-ization, a status of tilings, where
pretty words like liberty, fraternity I
and equality are no longer merely
juggled with under the split tongues
of demagogues, but, become a part
and a reality. If the 90 per cent of
Henry Dubbs had the, acumen, were
not deliberately kept in intellectual
childhood by their noble and conscien
tious clique of 10 per cent; if they

PUT TBNII HOLE
News That Cast Gloom Over Re-
publicans.

With the -Old Guard" Calling for Sub Sub-Idles
Idles Sub-Idles to Shipbuilders, the Cramp
Company Arranged to Double
Its Plant
One reason why gloom settled over
the various conventions In Chicago Is
to be found in the fact that business
conditions and the precepts of private
avarice which under Mark Hanna be became
came became Republican principles are no
more in harmony than the Justice and
the ColoneL v ?
For example, on the very day that
the regulars were calling loudly for
subsidies to remove the awful blight
from the American mercantile marine,
the Cramp Shipbuilding company of
Philadelphia, overwhelmed with, or orders,
ders, orders, was buying an Island for the pur purpose
pose purpose of enlarging Its plant. Hereto Heretofore
fore Heretofore its activities have been confined
to a plot of 31 acres. Without waiting
for the triumph of a party that learns
nothing and forgets nothing, it has
now acquired at a high valuation 45
acres; additional.
; How do the Cramps or anybody else
expect a faithful old subsidy party to
make headway against the United
States, treasury ,on the plea that the
shipbuilders are Impoverished, when
they Indulge In such extravagance?
. ..- --
: Muat Give Democrats Credit
Another presidential year has rolled
around, and after the hardest of hard
times, caused for the most part by the
European war, this5 country is enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying an uncommonly large degree of
prosperity, and Democratic, statesman statesman-.ship
.ship statesman-.ship has had no small 'credit for the
recovery, of business. The federal re reserve
serve reserve bank system, a Democratic
measure, was hailed by the ; financial
world as the best constructive legis legislation
lation legislation that any congress had adopted
In many a year. ' ;
The Democratic administration
proved In various ways that It was
the friend of all business interests not
.IhTCStralnt of trade, and that its pol policy
icy policy was to help and: not hinder "big
business.?
Wilson's Strength in the West.
v Reference has already been made to
the remarkable vote polled by Presi
dent Wilson in western primaries, not;
. ill. S m a; m W f
wuusianamg ine iact mat mere was
no Democratic contest 'to arouse the
interest of electors. The Montana
vote repeats the story told by Wiscon
sin, Illinois and other states. The
presidentr running without opposition,
received 18,008 votes to 15,240 divided
between Cummins,- Roosevelt and
Hughes, whose, rivalry might naturally
have been expected to take the Repub Republicans
licans Republicans to the polls In large numbers.
It is not difficult to prophesy where the
electoral vote of Montana will go In
November. And there are many oth
er states in the same boat Philadel
phia Record. V
should; suddenly awake from their
snooze of centuries, what, Mr. Editor,
do youitjnk they would do tomorrow,
or. even sooner? You don't believe
thes awakened sleepers, these 90 per
cent, will; go off into the wood3 and
build themselves a new set of cities,
towns and-villages and conduct them
at least in a sensible, honest and
truly democratic manner ? Possibly
so, but no' sane man would believe it;
once these Heriry Dubbs realize and
recognize this most inhuman absurd
ity and calamity on this earth,. which
is far beneath the animal kingdom in
everything, that is honest, upright,
fair and square, inteligent and hu
mane, that no known species of ani
mal ever starved, devoured, or enslav
ed its own babies, its own flesh and
blood, but that men and women too
are" not even slightly above doing this
very thing figuratively and literally
speaking, after all these centuries of
prating about virtues, but seldom ever
practicing what they preach. Let us
close this sermon with Rudyard Kip
ling:';: ::. r; ."''" ''
The Workers' Answer to the Capital
f: i -:-:; -' ist Class
"We have fed you all for a thousand
years, and you have us still unfed,
l hough there s never a dollar oi ail
your wealth but marks the work-
eis dead.
We have yielded our best to give you
rest, and you lie on crimson wool,'
For if blood be the price of all your
wealth, good God, we ha' paid it
V; .". in full. '.--.;.
"There's never a mine blown skyward
now but we've buried alive for
you; 4
There's never a wreck drifts shore shore-.
. shore-. ward now, but we are its ghastly
- crew. ',.::
Go, reckon our dead by the forges red,
. and the factories, where we spin;
If blood be the price of your accursed
: wealth, good God, we ha' paid it
v in '-. :
"We have fed you all for a thousand
' years, for that was our doom you
know, :
From the day when you chained us in
your fields, to the strike of a
.week ago.
You ha eaten our lives and our babes
'and .wives, and we're told its
' t your legal share,
Bit if blood be the price of your law law-v
v law-v fur wealth, good God, we ha'
bought it fair."
- Chas. F. Schneider.
WILL MY CHILD TAKE DR.
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This best answer is Dr. King's New
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King's New Discovery longest are its
best friends. Besides every bottle is
guaranteed. If you don't get satis satisfaction
faction satisfaction you get your money back.
Buy; a bottle, use. as directed. Keep
what is left for cought and cold in insurance.
surance. insurance. Adv. L.
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no cigarette, except Chesterfields, con give

of price.
cigarette maker can copy
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TRADE MARX
"Phoslime carries
which iias been
ure,

practical use to keep green and well nourished the 7
LAWNS on which it;was used."
IMMEDIATE DELIVERY 4
Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bag3 X

CARLOAD
$9 Per Ton

WRITE" FORBOOKLE T
FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIHE CO.
Box 462 Oca!a,"Florida g

H. A. fAuSETT, Local Dealer

AVEE

The Tire Man
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. Service car always ready for tire
louble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET

Phones 43876

Ocala, Fla.
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BONDS
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EstabUshed 1914 ;
MMert O. Harriss
V INSURANCE AGENCY

Z YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED
OCALA. J ; PHONE 219 FLORIDA

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a large percentage of moist-
repeatedly demonstrated in
LESS THAN CARLOAD
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Our

is manufactured of carefully selected
stock; cut accurately to
sizes and seasoned thoroughly by ;
open-air process
rough and dressed lumber in several
grades-suitable f or variouspurposes.
We Assure aMfkctioia:
to every. customer, no -matter, what the
amount of his purchase. : Come and talk
over your plans with usr; We can show you
how to save money in buying all kinds of
building material. " ,

Buyers Get Quality Guaranteed t :
v on All Supplies u ; A

- "CYPRESS LUMBER IN STOCK

PHONE 223 - Ocala, Florida

'2'. Q': -.WHITE STAR3UNE; -v-
Teams lor Rent Light and Hcavy-OaxdiagIoyinfl, Packing

Motor Cars
BEAER
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f You, Hare any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Up Five'-One-Y

Special Meeting of Dickison Chapter,

U. D. C.
Dickison chapter, U,D. C, will hieet

at the residence of Mrs. Ed. Carmi Carmi-chael
chael Carmi-chael at three o'clock next Friday af-

ternobhV August 18th. A large at attendance",
tendance", attendance", is desired. The members
who, have neglected to pay their an annual
nual annual dues are hereby earnestly re

quested to do so as the chapter need3

the morfey in order to meet its obli

gations.

MOVING PICTURE FEATURES

Phone. ... 296

We Have the Eqpmenld-biihly
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
pur desire. ' .,

Of course, somet ime?, little thingi gowrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you will call us up, they, wilj be corrected IMMEDIATELY.

PHONE 34

1 cn c f!

' v OCALA. FLA.

The marriage of Miss Louise Bor

land of Citra to Mr. Nathaniel Har

rison Hunter of Fort Myers will take

place at noon tomorow at the home

of the bride. ,:

-4, '-.4

Mrs.. J. B. Carlisle has returned

from a, visit to her son, Mr. Ruther

ford Carlisle, in Jacksonville.

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Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Yonge, Mr. and

Mrs. L. E. Yonce and Mrs. Lester
Lucas" left this morning for Daytona

Beach, going over in Mr; Yonge's

Maxwell car.,' They i have rented

furnished cottage and will spend tn

days on the ocean beach. ;

Mrs. Marion v D. Harris, who has

been at Wildwood for some months,
acting as housekeeper in a hotel, has

returned home,
Mr. W. B. Gallagher left this morn morning
ing morning in his .'car for Jacksonville, ac

companied by Mr. R. -tW. Vakeland of

Indianapolis, the young engineer, who

has been at work for Benjamin
Thompson on the water and electric
plant. Both will attend to business

affairs, in Jacksonville, and then Mr.

Gallagher expects to go to Galbraith
Springs1, Tenn for a few weeks visit

to'f riends at that pleasant resort.

-'Messrs; Bruce Meffert and Robert

Tydings, who returned the other day

from a visit to Worthington Springs,
expect to return in "a day or so, in Mr.
Meffert's car,' for another week "or

ten days' stay -at that health-giving

place.

Mr. and Mis. E. M. Osborne went to
Wekiwa Springs' today where Mr. Os Osborne
borne Osborne will be engaged in the life in

surance business and''Mrs. Osborne

and the children will 'remain for two

weeks.

Mrs. !S.' G; ?Moyers ;and children,
who have been spending the past few
weeks at, Tate Springs, Tenn., have
gone to Tryon, N. C4 where they will

remain until time to return home.

Mr. W. O. Stovall, after a pleasant

visit to his mother. Mrs. Mamie

IJowse-Stovall, returned yesterday af

ternoon. tot Tampa. Wallace, who spent
his boyhood days, here, and, fwhose

duties vOii one of; the great dailies pf
the, state never cause him to forget

his formed home, is always a .welcome

visitor in Ocala.

"The Woman in the Case," in which

Pauline Frederick was seen here yes

terday, is an excellent production of

an unpleasant story, Marie Cham

bers more than shares the honors with

Miss Frederick. In adapting the

drama to the screen the story seems

to have been changed. The present

war is introduced, and Clyde Fitch
died before the present war. It

would be interesting to see the same

picture with the roles of Miss Fred
erick and Miss Chambers reversed.
. 4'

At the Temple today Kitty Gordon

will be seen in a Brady made World
production caljed "The Crucial Test,"
a story of Russian nihilism, in which

the sister of i an anarchist plotter
plays an important role in saving him

from death after an unsuccessful at attempt
tempt attempt on the life of the grand duke of
Russia, later bringing about the de destruction
struction destruction of the ". disliked ruler 'by
traDoine him. thereby making, him

easy prey for her brother.
- '

William A. Brady, who produces

the Brady-made World features, has

announced that he will never produce

a vampire picture.

W. K. LANE, M. D frysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and

Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

Florida. V tf
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MANAGER SYSTEM IS LIKED

New Ocala House

LUNCH ROO&hand
Restaurant
Ala Carte Service
We solicit your patronage and
promise you the best the mark market
et market affords at reasonable prices.
OPEN DAY anaNIGET

. East Wing of Ocala House Block

W. AUSTIN BENNETT
. MARK TEMPLE
' Proprietors v :
II. D. NELSON," Manager ;
Formerly of Harrington :, Hall
s Hotel J

Has Been Given a Year's Trial in Tuc Tucson,
son, Tucson, Ariz., and Seemingly Is
There to Stay.
Tucson, at the close of a year under
the city manager system, Is pleased
with it and will continue it, though it
is free to abandon it, since the system

exists by a sort of understanding and,

not by charter. The old council sys system
tem system prevailed in Tucson, but'it was de decided
cided decided before the election to give the
manager system a trial for at least
a year. It did not seem that under such
an arrangement the system could have

a 'fair -trial. If the council should at
any time divide to engage in politics,
the system would go by the board. But,
fortunately, the mayor and the coun council
cil council have earnestly assisted in making
it a success. They selected a good

man lor. manager ana aeiegaiei an
the power possible to him. There has
been no interference with his ap appointing
pointing appointing power. No pressure has been
exerted upon him in favor ,of any ap applicant
plicant applicant for a Job: There has been
no taint of politics in the city gov government,
ernment, government, which has been the best Tuc Tucson
son Tucson has ever. had. More has been ac accomplished
complished accomplished in the last year than, in

any previous year. J '.
' What has happened in Tucson has
happened everywhere the city manager
system has been given a fair trial.
Phoenix's experience of a year 'and a
half with it has "been entirely satisfac-(
tory. In the beginning there was' a
little jarring of the machinery, but for
several months it has run smoothly

and the result has been profitable in

money and good government. "Even

If it should ever fall down or fail
here or elsewhere, it will not be the
fault of the system, but the fault of
the people ia failing tollect the right
kind of commissioners, and the peo people
ple people will never, commit such a fault if
they remain alert to detect the first
sign of political canker. -Arizona Re Republican.'.;;:
publican.'.;;: Republican.'.;;: : L :'r :
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STYLES IN FLOWER BEDS

Carn-Thomas Co.
GROCERIES -'.
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Good Goods,
Cheap Prices,
Good Service

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Mrs. R. D. Dodge left yesterday for

Jacksonville, where she will join Mr.

Dodge, and together they will go for a

visit1 to-Cape Charles,- Va.

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"THE PROGRESSIVE RA ILWAY OF THE SOUTH"
MOMPAY. AUGUST 21

ROUND TRIP FROM POINTS NAMED BELOW

LEAVE
7:00 am:

7:23 am.'

- ARRIVE
. Ocala ......10:00pm
Belleview . . 9 :37 pm

7:38 "am. ..... Dallas

9:23 pm

LEAVE
7:16 afti;. . Santos

7:32 urn '. '. j Summerfield
7:45 am.v. Wildwood

ARRIVE
. 9:45 pm

.9:28 pm
. 9:08 pm

Low rates from other points. Tickets good on. special train only. Re

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. -LINDERBECK D. P. A.,
Ocala, Fla.' .f ; v . iTampa, Fla.

ANNUAL EXCURSION
: ; via'.- '. ; :

, 1 Premier Carrier of the South :
Round Trip Fares From Jacksonville

: (CfhTTTTPTD

The Presbyterian sewing circle met

yesterday' at- the hospitable home of

Mrs. W. M: McDowell.

Mr. and Mrs, W. B. McMullen.of

Jacksonville, with their two daugh

ters,f,Ida and Clara and a friend, Miss

Ruth Bebe, passed through towiv to

day in their automobile, going to

Largo to visit Mr. McMullen's rela-

MEADOWS1;
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
,. 410 N. Orange Street

Wc Bavc Shock Absorbers
and Repiar Paris For
V- k Ford Cars

INNER TUBES VULCANIZED

Excellent Idea Sometimes to Get Away
v From the Conventional Designs
, So Often Seen.

Do not be afraid to get away from

the conventional when making flower
beds. 'Have beds different from those
of the neighbors and different Jrom
last season's beds. Geraniums,, coleus

and the, other Old bedding favorites
are good, but it is tiresome to see them
everywhere. Verbenas are not bedding

novelties, but might be used more gen
prallVr also cetunias. abutilons, cu

pheas,1 fuchsias, balsams and ivy j

leaved geraniums,

A mixed foliage bed of tropical ap

pearance can be made by the, use "of
the following plants in such combina combinations
tions combinations as may be desired: Aspidistras,
ficus in r yariety, crotons in, variety,
dracaenas, pandanus, pepperomia,
palms in yariety, sansevieria,; ; eche-

verias, ferns, grevilla robusta, wnite
leaved cineraria and centaurea, pyre-

thrum, goldenfeatner, rariugium, mau-

randias lobelias, lantanas, cupheas.

The last three named will supply a
little color In 1 red, white and blue

flowers to lighten up. the color of the

various- foliage"" plants, .'ine lauer

plants scatterea about the bed will

supply shade for the smaller shade
loving "plants and the ferns,; which

should be tucked in naturally to fin up
space. ; The variety of colors in the
foliage of dracaenas, pandanus,, cro

tons.- cineraria: centaurea and pyre-

thrum will' contrast well; If the plant

ing is arranged -with care, and. the
whole will make an unusual and' beau-

Uful bed." ;''-:

tiye5.foa1ee "at Mv
r'i.rt lne?i-. i-?oVif a vicit Mra

Atlantic City, N. J .$22.73
Asheville, N. C. 13.2
Baltimore, 3Id.' (via Nor- n
folk and Steamer) .... 19.75
Black Mountain, N. C... .13.25
Brevard, N. C........... 13.55
Chattanooga, Tenn. ..... 14.00
Flat Rock, N. C.r.. 12.45
Flovilla, Ga (for Indien S
Springs) . '25
Ilendersonville. N. C. . 12.50,

Lake Toxaway, N. C. . 145
Richmond, Va. . : . $15,75
Roanoke, Va. . . 160
Saluda, N. (X .......... 12.35
Spartanburg, S. C jl2.35

Tate Station, Tenn., (for

Tate Springs)

Tryon, N. C.
Walhalla, S. C. .....
Waynesville, N. C.1 ;
Winston-Salem, N, C

15.75

12.35
12.50
140
14.25

Washington, D C. ; 17.73

Low Excursion Fares to Other Points. Standard Coaches and
Pullman Cars on All Trams. Special Mountain Excursion
Train to North Carolina Points Will Leave Jackson-
ville on Wednesday, fAugust-23rd at 8:50 J. 3L',
City Ticket Office Corner Forsyth and Hogan Sts Jacksonville, Fla.
G. O. PETliT, D. P. A., JACESONVIIXE, FLA.

Mrs. Mc

Mullen's t brother, Mr. John Pratt,

agent for the Seaboard at that place.

Mr. McMullen is a conductor on tne

A, C. L. railway and is taking his va

cation.

Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Cobb, alter a

lengthy visit' to their son and daugh

ter-in-law;: Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Cobb,
left- this afternoon for Lakeland,
where thev will remain for several

months.

' Mrs. A. J. Brigance of Flemington
is the guest -of her sister, Mrs. Calvin

West.'

. Mrs E. C. Sheridan 0 Apalachi-

cola has arrived for a visit with Miss
Edythe Harrison at her home on Bay

street, north. Mrs. Sheridan was for

merly.. Miss;; Annie Pearl : Liddon of
Ocala, and was a frequent visitor to

Gainesville before her marriage
Gainesville Sun.

-

Miss v Ruth Ervin, the efficient

young lady, deputy in .the county

clerk's office,' is home from a visit to

Franklin. S; C. The floods were all

around Miss Ruth, but she escaped.

Mrsi rMary H. Spencer, after sev

eral days Visit to her friends and pa patients
tients patients in Ocala and vicinity, returned

to Gainesville today.

The Misses .Frances and Alicander

Tarver are visiting relatives at Fort

McCoy. ; S .H ; V:

Miss 4 Cathev .M. Berry, and Miss

Jinks Berry of Toronto, Can., leave
this afternoon for their home after
Being members of the houseparty of
the Misses .Bowman, of this city, for
the past ten days. :j: : :

W. F. BALL1NGER

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

AUTO FOR HIRE

1916 REO

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CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
: Slaler County and City Bcposlfory,'

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FRESH MEATS, POULTRY,
1 FISH AND OYSTERS

11

PHONE 103

All kinds Fresh' Vegetable
in Season
V
. OCALA, FLA

Annual Mciuntain and Seashore Excursion

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' STANDARD RAILRO AD OF THE SOUTH
- Round Trip Hates from Ocala,
Washington, D, C. $21.S5 Richmond, Va ....... ...$1
Norfolk, Va. IVU,.. ...... .$193 Baltimore, Md. .. ........ .$23.,
Round Trip Rates from Jaclcsonyillc
;Wilminn; N. C. .;.;..;, .S12.25, j

Wmston-baiem, u. .......
Hot Springs, Va.. ... : v;S-S
T? AAnnke. Va. . . $160

iMammoth Cave, Ky; . ... r'tlHr

i TTinson. N. U. x.

information or reservation? call on a. v,.- "v 4 a

t A 5 -. J. U. JvlKJi.L.AWl-' XJ. x,

For

A. W. FRITOT, D

Jacksonville,' Fla.

Tampa, Fla.

At Your Service Any Hour
. DAY or NIGHT
PHONE 523
Reasonable Prices Terms Cash
JOHN NEEDHAM
" Residence Phone 526

- V Support bffVines, i I

In furnishing support; for vines that

clamber over the walls Njf the house.

do not use strips ol.clotn, as so many
do.. The cloth' Is good for a .season;

only. After the vines Have Decode
large and heavy tbeir weight .will be

sufficient to tear the cloth loose irom
the tacks that held it in place,; espe especially
cially especially after, a heavy "rain or in strong
winds, and down will come the plant.
It will be found impossible to put it
back in place in anything like a sat

isfactory manner. For supporting

large, stiff vines make use 01 screw-

hooks, which are easily Inserted inr

wooden walls. Turn the hooks in un

til there Is Just enough room between

their points and the wall to admit or

slipping the vine in. ..

Some vines are not adapted to tnis

treatment. Those can De upporiea

f by using strips of leather instead of

cloth. The leather snouia De soaiveu
in oil for 24 hours before using, to
make It pliable and water-resisting-

Do not use small tacks, as these do

not have sufficient 'hold' on., the- wood i

to make them dependable. TJse nails

at least an inch long, with gocd-sized

heads. :. .: .; "-.-.

&'r H1HERS TRAIiSPORTATIOII GOMPAHY

SiimmeF Tourist r'ar es

RCHAliT

vr Vnrk urtA return ... $35.00

Baltimore and return. . 32.00
Philadelphia and return. .30.00 ;
Washington and return. 34.0U
return.. 6.00

liosion ana reuuu......---
Providence and return .. 41.00
Blue Mountain and return 3o.50
Atlantic City and return. 36.50
Asbury Park and return. 36.50

Mclvcr & MacKay

UNDERTAKERS and EHBMMERS

PHONES 47, 104 05
ocala Florida,

In a Clean -Neighborhood.
The Chicago health department's

bulletin says truly that houses in a

clean, well-kept- community will sell
for more money, will rent more read

ily and to a better class of tenants
than will the same Kind of houses In

. . A',m' 1 i 1 v.

a uiny, negieciea aeiguuufuwu.

Thus, !it pays in dollars' and cents

to keep clean." r

( Concluded on Last Page)

ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILD EH
Careful Estimates made on all Cor
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the MoneVthan Any Othei
Jontr actor in the eitsr.

CUBE FOR CHOLERA MORBUS

"When our little boy, now seven

vears old, was a baby he was cured

of cholera morbus by Chamberlain's

. m m mrm.

Colic. Cholera and Diarrhoea iteme-

dv.M writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons

Fair Haven, N. Y. "Since then other
members of my family have used this

valuable medicine for cclic and bowe
tmnMM xrith crood satisfaction and ;

gladly endorse it as a remedy of ex
.Tinn1 -merit." Obtainable every

- Adv.

sorts, with return limit October 31,

10, it, at p.

-Through tickets to all Eastern res
1916, with privilege of stopovers al
t .1. ,-n Cnvannah to Baltin

Philadelphia July 'A -0rS.S. Vltatenwms de luxe.witn

Steamships buwannee ,.u yr:T r-:c n1 Ennnlne water

y Steamships ouwazmcc cold fresh 'and salt. Running w
s

-passed. Reservation, foare or-imy. iniormauon
Von application. Ask for tour book, -. -na vi,
: Address Merchants & Miners TransCo., JacleFU.. -H.
C AVERY, Agt. L. D. JONES, a. J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
W. P. TURNER, G. P A. Baltimore, Maryland

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Only Direct Lino from Jacksonville; ;

Fare -Includes Meals iiooa on Any omp.
, TickeU Noiron Safe. nd Stateroom Berth ;
Final Return Limit October 31st
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
II. G. VENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
rr;,v' nkr Vir l. Foot of Ub crty SW Jacksonville. Florida.

Put an Ad: in

the

Star

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, .AUGUST 15, 1916

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OCALA OCCURRENCES 1

Odd Fellows meet, tonight. ;
Masons meet Thursday evening.

Council meets tonight in regular
session at 8 o'clock. "

ii 151 HIS
(Continued from Third, Page)

Mr.-' C. AlvTremee' of Belleviewq

was in town today'.' f '. y. J''
We carry a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Ceng's y tf
Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,
for tall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
X7a omt fine, nf TllPrmftS fill-

ers. The Court Pharmacy. tf
Take RexaU liver salts "for that
tired, lazy feeling. Ceng's. tf
Attorney M. L. Mershon of "Ocala
was greeting his numerous friends in

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

Mr. Jofe. W. Dodge, who has been
in Jacksonville the fast few weeks,
returned this morning.

A broken 'Thermos ; bottle is no

good bring it to us and we will make'

it"as 'good as new." The Court
Pharmacy. ytf

Five members of Company A, who
were in town on furlough, were called
back to camp Sunday, before they had
been away twenty-four hours.
,A nw shipment of Crane's station-?
er" just in- all styles.". The Court
Pharmacy. tf

. Among the visitors to" Gainesville
is N. I. Gottlieb of Ocala, state man manager
ager manager of the Fraternal Aid Union. He
is here to rejuvenate the local branch
of the order. rGainesville Sun.,
L. R. Trammell, secretary of the
board of trade,is giving the office of
the organization a thorough gleaning
up. He is rearranging the officeand
plans to better its appearance' in
many respects.
The. Evening. Star may always be
found on sale at (Jerig's- News
Store. '. 17-tf-

"The Methodist sewing circle met
yesterday afternoon with Mrs. W. K.
Zewadski. .j
' Mr. W. C. Upchurch, who has been
a member of the. houseparty of the
Misses Bowman, left yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for his home in Raleigh, N.-C.
' .
Miss Ruth Dreher, of Micanopy,
has returned home, after attending
the houseparty here of the Misses
Bowman. ' i
r Miss Marguerite Porter left this
morning .for Gainesville, where she
will be the guest of Mr. and Mrs.
William Dale for the next week. 1

Messrs. Chas. E. Harris and F. J.
Burden are home from Pensacola,
where they represent the Fort King
degree team at the meeting of the
uniform rank of the Woodmen of the
World.

W have t new. perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, r fme latip extract, $2 per
ounce. Gerig's. '.y y '' &
) MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in" stock at Ocala ready

io delivery.

R.R. Carroll.

Lots' of the old boys go' around to
Troxler's to drink, foaming root beer
in big mugs. They can? almost fool
themselves that it is the real thing.
W. K. LANE, M. Prysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat." Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. : tf

THE BEST LAXATIVE
To keep the bowels regular the best
laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a
full glass of water half aij 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 Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. They are pleasant to
take and mild and gentle in effect.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
v, -.,t; , 7--
V' '. NOTICE
The Royal Neighbors of America
will meet tomorrow, Tuesday, night.

THE WH

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JACKSONVILLE : FLORIDA

TEL

m the Heart of the city with Jtiemmmg Park for a front yard.
Every modem convenience in each room. Dining room service is l
second to none. I n "'.,.,.,
t RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.00. -
ROBERT m. meyef(, ;yJ J. e. kavanaugh ;

Proprietor.

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Manager.

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Broadway and Fourteenth Street

New York City

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j FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 13, 1916

TASK IS fl HARD ONE

Republican Hope of Success Not
V Too Apparent

Noise Is Being Made in an Effort to
Show Party Harmony, but Other
Indications Are Ominous of
Defeat.

Tne slight ripple of approval and
satisfaction which agitated Republican
circles immediately following the nom nomination
ination nomination of Ilughes and Fairbanks ap appears
pears appears to have faded Into a remarkable
degree of placidity. The Democratic
convention completed its work and
presented clearly and unmistakably
the issues and the record upon which
it invites a renewal of the country's
confidence. ;
The aspect of Republican unity that
has been presented by the collapse of
the Progressive party has not served
to instill overconfidence In Republi Republican
can Republican ranks. The leaders who are in
touch with public affairs know that the
triangular contest of 1912 affords no
basis upon which to estimate this
year's probabilities. They know that
It is an entirely different Democratic
party that they will have to face this,
year, and that new and unsounded
problems are uppermost in the minds
of the people. .
There is adegree of noise that indi indicates
cates indicates Republican harmony and even
enthusiasm in certain quarters, : but
there is also an impressive and omi ominous
nous ominous silence In. Republican states
which, indicates that the Republicans
who used to shout are now pondering
the situation and doing some thinking.

Argument Lacks Effectiveness.
How much stress either Mr. Hughes
or his party will endeavor to lay on the
"tariff plank" of the Chicago platform
Is one of the Interesting problems of
the campaign. That plank was insert inserted
ed inserted for a sufficiently obvious reason reason-to
to reason-to try to dull the argument of good
business; not only during a Democratic
administration but after a downward
revision of the tariff. This is done by
the explanation Una t, "but for the ad adventitious
ventitious adventitious conditions created by the
war," the tariff of October. 1913.
'twould long since have paralyzed all
forms of American Industry and de deprived
prived deprived American ; labor of Its just- re reward."
ward." reward." Whether the people at targe
can be convinced by Insistence on what'
might have happened but did not. Is at
least doubtful '; the argument has. not
even the political effectiveness of "the
older Republican argument that; al although
though although the tariff reduction of 1S94
was made 12 months aftef the panic
of 1893, nevertheless the panic was
caused by the tariff act. That par particular
ticular particular plank, absurd as it was In the
eyes of serious people; served some something
thing something of ; its, purpose, for the reason
that, when it was constructed, there
had at any rate been recently wit witnessed
nessed witnessed both tariff reduction and hard
times. The trouble with the present
plank is that we have had both tariff
reduction and good business ,

i V Platform Rhetoric
The exigencies .of Republican plat platform
form platform rhetoric require that the' Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic party be viewed sometimes as a
single entity operating for evil, some sometimes
times sometimes as a. conglomeration of Indivi Individuals
duals Individuals of whom a few are not so bad
aslhe rest. !, If a thinghas? been done
In the course of the last three years
of which the Republican party, hear heartily
tily heartily disapproves and that is 'true of
most of the things that have happened
in thelast three years -then it Is the
Democratic administration ; that Is re responsible.
sponsible. responsible. But if here'' or, there the
Interests of the nation nave been well
served,as ; in th& refusal by congress
to ''abandons the Philippines, the mer merit
it merit belongs tto the Republicans in con-,
gress, "aided by a few patriot! c Demo Democrats."
crats." Democrats." Presumably, it Is only because
of ay freak of nature that these few
patriots happen to' be r Democrats In Instead
stead Instead of, falling' under, the (biological
law which makesi patriots and Repub Republicans
licans Republicans synonymous. But : a political
platform ; Is not the place f or- philoso1 philoso1-phic
phic philoso1-phic subtleties, and this must "be the
reason 'why. the platform-makers at
Chlagoj, di3 not' take up the highly
difficult1 question whether the action In
congress on the right of Americans to
travel on armed merchantment was
upheld by .the Republicans, with the
aid of patriotic Democrats; of by the
Democratic administration- with the
aid of patriotic Republicalas. v
vfcan the Goods Be Delivered?
The statement by John M." Parker
of Louisiana, Bull MoosecandIdate for
vice -president, that he never was a
Republican, and that if the Progres Progressives
sives Progressives die he, must return to the. Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic partyr describes the political
status of a' great many voters who
supported Mr. Roosevelt four .years
ago. Sir. Perkins, 'Mr. Fllnn and a
few."-other old-line Republicans ,'were
pretty sure to rally for Mrv Hughes,
but it is- going To .be hard, work to de deliver
liver deliver the rest of ""the party. v

Party's Record Good Enough.

, The suggestion was made at St
Louis that the Democratic platform
should be .made ."sufficiently progres progressive
sive progressive to attract the members of the
disrupted Progressive party." If the
record, of progressive legislation ac accomplished
complished accomplished under the Wilson admin administration
istration administration Is not engaging enough to
win the favor pf the alleged Progres Progressives
sives Progressives It is not likely (that, anything
written vtnto a platform:, could do it.
not even the Tenf Commandments or
Declaration ot InleHTvteace. -. ;

CLEAR SKIN
COSJES FROM WITHIN

It is foolish to think you can gain
a good clear complexion" by the use
of face powder. Get at the root of
the trouble And thoroughly cleanse
the system with a treatment of Dr.
King's New Life Pills. Gentle and
mild in action, do not gripe, yet they
relieve the liver by their action on the
bowels. Good for young, adults and
aged. Go after a clear complexion
today. 25c at your druggist. Ad. X.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS,

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

FOR SALE-The- beautiful ten acre
tract on the hill two miles out, on the
north side of the Silver Springs boule boulevard;
vard; boulevard; fenced, cleared, some orange
and other fruit trees, elegant shade
trees and a deep drilled well. If in interested,
terested, interested, call at" Star office. 15-tf

GILL NET LOST Between Ocala

and Salt Springs, Friday night, one
fifty-yard gill net. Finder will please

return to Star office and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 14-6t

FOR SALE Registered Berkshire
bear, two years old, in perfect condi condition,
tion, condition, weight 300 to 375; big boned
type, and is a dandy. Gilbert Steb Steb-binsR.
binsR. Steb-binsR. F. D., Zephyrhills, Fla.' 2t

MONEY TO LOAN without security

would .attract your attention; then
why not save your clothing by having
it cleaned by, experts? J. T. Clayton,

phone 13. 8-Bt

WANTED Fifty men to do station
work, on hard road on yardage basis.
Prices ory 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 td Dr. Walter
Hood. 8-1-tf

FOR RENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
FOR SALE Two second hand power
corn shellers, 250 ft 2" S. H.)pipe.
Ask for what you want, can get it for
you. F. E. Wetherbee. 8-12-3t

DOES SLOAN'S LINIMENT
, HELP RHEUMATISM?

Ask the man who uses it he knows.
"To .think T suffered all these years
when one 25 cent- bottle of Sloan's

Liniment cured me," writes one grate

ful user. If you have rheumatism or
suffer .from neuralgia, backache, sore soreness
ness soreness and stiffness, don't put off get getting
ting getting a bottle of Sloan's. It will give
you such welcome relief; It warms
and soothes the sore, stiff painful
places and you eel so much better.
Buy it- at any drug store, only 25
cents. y w Adv. 1.
PLUMBING AND x
ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING

Wheiuyou have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let is furnish you
estimates. No job to large and none
to small. H. W. Tucker. y tf

TBE SPEQALTY SHOP

The above name has been adopted
for.my;place of business, where you
can always find the latest Magazines,
Newspapers and Books.
Exclusive agency for the F. S. Web Webster
ster Webster company's "STAR BRAND"
typewriter ribbons and MULTIKOPY
Carbon Paper. " y v ;
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 choice selec selection
tion selection of Dance Programs, to which
your inspection is solicited. j ,. x -'
i r ""
Am making a specialty of the sub subscription
scription subscription business to all Magazines
and Newspapers, and will appreciate
your patronage.
Another specialty is my' complete
line of Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobac Tobac-coes.
coes. Tobac-coes. ;. - ;
Look over my line of office supplies
a. e. gerig y;y
One Door East of M. & C. National
Bank

ITS A MIGHTY SLEM CHANCE

that insects have in a home where
FENOLE is used.
FENOLE stands alone as the in in-sectidV
sectidV in-sectidV that "Hits them' where'
they live' and puts them out of
business without regard to class,
color or size. V
FENOLE is to be used anywhere
. and everywhere in the home; the
insect hidden away in the darkest
corner or the deepest fold of car carpet,
pet, carpet, bedding, or clothing, has no
more chance for his life than his ;
fellow bug who risks it in the 4
open."' "' ...
FENOLE IS SOLD IN OCALA BY
Marion Hardware Co.
Ollie Mordis
Court' Pharmacy.
Tyding's Drug Co.
Smith Grocery Co.
Anti- Monopoly Drug Store.

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9 TO I" O'CLOCK

We Will Sell
' FAST-COLOREID)
EEflllS0)lII)ElEID -:0ILE

At

t". '

per yard

These goods are 36 inches wide and the same mer merchandise
chandise merchandise that we are. selling regular at 25c per yard.
NO TJTTLE WILL BE LEFT

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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. 4k
A. M., meets on the first and-thirfl
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00' o'clock, until farther notice.
t: CU Webb, W. M.
Jak&' Brown, secretary. 1 &.d

OuALA TE3IPLE
v PYTHIAN SISTERS

The Ocala, Temple' Lodge No. 2S
Pythian 'Sifters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with Us. 1
Kate B. HowelL M. R.
. Lena .Tompkins, M. E. C
OCALA -Ui-;E NO. 255. B. P. 6. E.

Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order' of Elks.; meets
the second and fourth Uuecday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome; 'f Club r house
opposite postoffice, ast side.
R. S.-Rogers, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary. sy

..Ocala Lodge No. 19 Convention
heldT every Monday 'at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Rail, over the James Carllsl
drugstore, a. cordial welcome to vla vla-iting
iting vla-iting brothers. G. A. Nash,- C. C.
Cnas. K. Sage. K. of R. 8.'- A

ORDER OF EASTERN frTAR

: CALL PEOBJE 279
When You Want

nUy sstcy FFlliliB :
Til iJiD ? V Forcifln or DemcsUc

M V II I If I I V

COOL DRINKS'
- .. In Bottles

; ;; Tobacco, igars;Ef c j

v We Sell Nothing but the Best :
- and Guarantee Prompt De- I
livery Anywhere in the City t

J Special Prices on Saturdays. Z

7 :

! ,yes,"e S. DEMETR

..;

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. Sn
meets at Yonge'b hall the second and
fourth Thursday eyemngs of each
month at ISO o'clock...-- v
Mrs.Myrtie G. Kramer;' W. M.
- Mrs. Lillian sunmoas, Secy. ;
ODD FELLOWS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. Fn
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.

-v F. E. McClane, N. G. r

la. H. Pilians, Secretary.

OHAPTHLfi NO. is, B. A. M.
Regular con vocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p. m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secy.

WOODllC OP THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 xatets at
the K. of P. tall at 7:30, p. m, every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar. O C
Chaa-K. Saare. Clerk.

SAVES DAUGHTER

'A

Mrice of Llotter no Doubt Pre Pre-Tests
Tests Pre-Tests Dacgtter,i Untimely End.

Ready, Ky. I was not able to do
anything for nearly six.months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and
was down in bed for three months. ;
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
womanly troubles. ; y y v
Our family doctor told my iiusband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me. y
At last, my mother advised me to lake
Cardui, the. woman's tonic. 1 thought
it was no use for I was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. ; But
I took eleven bottles, and now 1 am able
to do all of my work and my own
washing. y v ;
-1 think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and 1 look the picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped, so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists. V y :
Writ t CRattanooja Medicim Co.. LjuJiH
Idrisory DepC. Chaninoora, Tenn., for Spsriai
Instruction on your cas and book. "Hom
TrMtm a Worn"." jq pt&ta wr&oper. tCC f
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In : Stock in Ocala for

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Remember, too, that they are

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