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Another Important Fortress -Falls Before the
II1CH A! BRITISH GUIS HAMMERING TEUTONS AIID
Fetrograd, Aug. 16 -Jablonitza,
pne "of the most- important gateways
through the Carpathians tothe Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian plains, has been captured by
the Russians, according to the official
statement issued "last night. Fifteen
hundred additional prisoners were
also "taken, it was announced. j
The Russians report their offensive
from Jablonitza is contiuuing. This
is' the first news of the advance of the
Russian southern army sipce the con conquest
quest conquest of the Austrian crown land of
Eukowina was completed.
Further north the Russians are
Continuing their driving operations
against 'the Austrians with apparent apparently
ly apparently uninterrupted success.' Russian
troops are pouring, across the Zota
.Lipa river at several points
TOOK 338,000 MEN UP TO AUG. 12
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London, Aug. 16. The Russian war
office announced today that since the
offensive was inaugurated June 4th,
General Br(ussilofFs; forces" have cap captured
tured captured more than 358,00 men up to
August 12th. ;vf-,-. -r
It also -announced a continuance of
the drive in the Carpathians with the
capture of a series of heights west of
Vorokhta and Ardzemoy. Tha Austro Austro-;
; Austro-; Hungarians are retreating westward
in Vorokhta and the Delatyn regions.
AUSTRIANS CANT HOLD THE
; fY:;' Italians
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; The. Italians are progressing vigor vigorously
ously vigorously in v their advance against the
Xustrians 6n the Car so plateau and
Rome reports the capture of several
sections-of Austrian trenches and the
taking of more than sixteen hundred
prisoners. ,. '....
, Unofficial dispatches say General
Cadorana id. within thirteen miles of
Trieste, and that the Austrian fleet
has left the harbor at Trieste.' Dis Dispatches
patches Dispatches from Paris announce that
Tolmino, -which' is considered one of
the most formidable barriers between
the Italian forces and Trieste, is be being
ing being evacuated by the Austrians and
that the Italians are in the suburbs
of the town. "i
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RUSSIAN ACTIVITY RENEWED
A renewal of Russian activity in
the Carpathians was announced yes yesterday
terday yesterday with the capture .of Jablonitza,
-one of the gateways to Hungary.
This movement will also tend to pro-
advancing on Lemberg .in the Stans Stans-lau
lau Stans-lau and Halicr region. 5
BIG GUN WORK ON THE SOMME
Along the French front there is lit little
tle little activity -in the .Somme region,
where the British are consolidating
their newly captured trenches. There
has been violent artillery activity
nearVerdun, but no infantry actions.
.AIRMEN BUSY ON BOTH SIDES
Aeroplane t raids on both sides in
the Gofizia neighborhood .have been
of frequent occurrence, while the Ger Germans
mans Germans announce another successful
raid on Russian aircraft stations in
the Gulf of Riga. ; '
SEABOARD WANTS ITS SCADS
Clerk Instructed ; by the Council to
Deliver the, Coin j
The city has received &t letter from
the chief engineer of the Seaboard
Air Line calling for the $700 which
the II. B. Masters company agreed to
contribute to the moving of the union
station. The city, clerk has been in-
structed to turn the $700 over to the
railrpads. This is agreeable to the
Masters company. The chief engineer
of the Seaboard in his letter says that
the legal' department of his road is!
working as fast as possible with a
t view to making the exchange of
properties. : ...'.;. .; .... :
We carry a full line of Newport:
bathing shoes. Gerig's tf
Oil THE 11120 FRONT
Intend to Help Austrians Defend this
Important Port Against
' the Italians
--Paris, Aug. 16. A Milan dispatch
says Germany is sending troops' to
the Austro-Hungarian ; seaport ; of
Trieste, taking over the defenses
there. . .
SEEING AIR IPS
Inhabitants of South Florida Out at
Night Observe Unusual
airship flying about a mile highland
headed slightly, to the west of north,
passed over here about 1 o'clock Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning. It jvas ; observed by
James H. Lipscomb and Leslie Lewis,
who, as deputy, sheriff and constable,
had been out to Aclineto make an ar arrest
rest arrest and were returning in an auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. -;' .j ; :. ': ; !, "- I. '-",'
They were first attracted by what
they took to be an unusually, bright
star, which seemed to be moving to toward
ward toward them from the south, but as the
object came closer, two big '.- bright
lights were clearly visible and sparks
were, noticed flying ,out toward ) the
rear. They concluded that the object
was an aeroplane or a, dirigible, car carrying
rying carrying two lights and the' sparks b"eing
emitted by the engine exhaust. It
moved along evenly in a direct course.
- As their automobile engine was
making considerable noise, they could
not hear the engine of the aircraft or
the buzzing of the propeller, but it is
likely it was too high to have been
heard anyway. , ;
The two gentlemen could give no
further information about the mys mysterious
terious mysterious object,' but are sure it was not
a meteor or a toy balloon carrying
lights, for it was clearly in view for
"some time and followed such a direct
and even course that it could not have
been anything else but some, kind of
large aircraft. : ."
Seen at Tarpon Springs
Tarpon Springs, Aug. 16. J. A.
t Whitehurst, night marshal here,
Lewis Gaines, assistant night mar marshal,
shal, marshal, and others, saw .an aeroplane
over Tarpon Springs between 2 and
3 o'clock Sunday morning. The ma machine
chine machine .was distinctly seen, flying suffi
ciently low so the exhaust of the en engine
gine engine could be heard, although it was
not near enough for the men oh the
ground to decide what type of machine
! it was. s :.
FLORIDA' MAN GIVEN
. IMPORTANT POSITION
F. J. Von Engelken Nominated for
Director of the Mint
Washington, Aug. 16.; President
Wilson today nominated F. J. H. Von-
Engelk'en, of East Palatka, as direc
tor of the mint.
To Clean Marble.
To clean marble take two parts of
common soda,, one part of pumice
stone and one part of. finely powdered
salt. Sift the mixture .J&rough a fine
sieve and mix it with water, then rub
it well all over the marble and the
stains will be removed. Rub' the mar marble
ble marble over with salt and water. Wash
off and wipe dry.
OCALA, FLORIDA, .WEDNESDAY,!
BIG LOAN FOR
Colossal Sum of $250,000,000 will be
. Raised by J. P. Morgan
.' and Company '
New York, Aug. 16. J. P. Morgan
and Company today announced that
the firm had arranged for a new loan
to Great Britain of $250,000,000.
: V SERVICES OF CASH
OurAmateur Sherlock Holmes- Must
Seek; Another Engagement
Mr. C, C. Cash, about whom there
has been so much contention, will not
be given a place on(the police force.
The special committee of council, con consisting
sisting consisting of Councilmen Meffert Mclver
and Knight, have recommended that
neither Mr. Cash,- nor "anyone else, be
added to the force at this, time, and
the Report has been adopted by coun council.
cil. council. -.. .. ...
. The report of the special committee
follows: ; '
"Havingcarefully examined the re recorder's
corder's recorder's docket; Iwe find that from
July 12 to August 3, 1916, that 21
arrests were made by Mi. Cash, total
fines paid in cashimounting to $48.40.
These were all" for- minor offenses,
such as riding bicycles on sidewalks,
bicycles turning on wrong side of
dummy police,' automobiles parking
not at right angle with curb, exceed exceeding
ing exceeding speed limit, turning on wrong
side of dummy police; one for resisting-
arrest; one blind tiger case, re resulting
sulting resulting In a fine of $101.40. No cash
has been received from this case, but
understand that the party is working
his fine out on; the streets.
"While examining the -recorder's
docket, we find that the regular po police
lice police force from July 12 to August 3,
1916, made '10 arrests, imposed fines
amounting to $58.10. ; Several more
arrests were made, which resulted in
a discharge by the recorder without
fines. .' -"V'V "1 1
'We have been approached by
quite a number of respectable citizens
not to recommend Mr. Cash as a spe special
cial special policeman, neither employ him on
the regular- force, as he has (beeri a
disturbing factor among peaceable
citizens, and showed very' poor dis discretion
cretion discretion in the discharge of his duty,
and again it has been reported in
open council that Mr. Cash's useful usefulness
ness usefulness on the police force was a thing
of the past, and there was no neces necessity
sity necessity of employing another man on the
police force; therefore, we deem it ad advisable
visable advisable not to employ Mr. Cash, or
anyone else at present, on the police
Not mentioned in the report, of the
committee are ; several blind tiger
cases in which Mr. Cash is said to
have obtained evidence before he was
sworn in as a special policeman. In
these cases the arrests were made by
City Marshal Carter.
MR. WINNER'S ADDRESS
There was not a great popular up uprising
rising uprising to hear Mr. Winner's address
at the bandstand last night. Possi Possibly
bly Possibly sixty were pre sent. The S tar did
not have a reporter at the stand but
i$ informed by the friends of Mr.
Winner that he made an able argu argument'
ment' argument' from his standpoint.
Fresh fall garden seed now in. -The
Ocala Seed Store. t 8-1-tf
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, 1
per ounce, a Gerig's. tf.
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OF STEFAtlSSOri'S EXPEDITII
OF A HEW FOUND LAUD, WHICH T
'Nome, Alaska, Aug. 16. Six mem members
bers members of Vilhjalmur Stefansson's Arc Arctic
tic Arctic expedition who arriyed here yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, bringing many specimens and
much valuable scientific data, said
today that Stef ansson remained in
the Arctic regions to explore a newly
discovered land, which they described
as a second Greenland.
GAIN FOR GALLOWAY
Recount of Ballots Gives Him Four Four-;
; Four-; teen Votes to Adams' Four
A net -gain of 10 votes is claimed
for Sheriff Galloway as a result of the
recount in the six precincts asked for
by. him in the contest of ;, the. recent
primary race for the sheriff's office in
this county. ; J. J. Gerig, I Stephen
Jewett and Ernest Crook, the commis commissioners
sioners commissioners appointed to make the re recount,
count, recount, met' this morning in the court
house antt recounted the votes in the
La we Weir, Belleview,, Mcintosh,
Pedro, Candler and Geiger precincts,
and when the count was completed
shortly Jbef ore noon the attorneys for
Sheriff Galloway claimed he had gain gained
ed gained 14 votes and Frank Adams, his op opponent,
ponent, opponent, four votes. The commission commissioners
ers commissioners did not tabulate the recount. They
adjourned until Friday morning at 9
o'clock, when they will make recounts
in whatever precincts the attorneys
for Mr. Adams ask for.
HOW MllcH MARION
' 1 SPENDS ON ROADS
Inasmuch as there is some dispute,
as to the amount of money being
spent on roads in this county, the fol following
lowing following items for road work in the
budget for 1916-17 will be of inter interest.
est. interest. The disbursements for roads have
averaged $44,000 for several yaers.
The figures do not include road .in .indebtedness:
debtedness: .indebtedness: ;
Salaries of road superin superin-'
' superin-' ents and overseers. ..... .$ 4,500.00
Paid to county commission- v
ers for road inspection..
Paid to other persons for
road inspection . . .
Cost of material ...........
Dynamite, fuses, etc. ... ;
Tools and ,- machinery, cost
and repairs . . . ......
Live stock, cost and care
Paid for free labor, other
. than guards ... t. ...
Pay of convict guards.
Feeding and care of convicts
on v roads
Payments on account of
I roads built by contract.
Payments on account of
bridges built by contarct
Paid to incorporated cities
and towns 4
Eridge tenders and ferry-
men ... ...'.t 1,400.00
Reserved for contingencies 1,000.00
PLUMBLNG ORDINANCE PASSED
Plumbing Inspector to be Elected at
Next Meeting and Connecting
with Sewerage System will
Council last night passed the plumb plumbing
ing plumbing ordinance unanimously after
striking out, upon the recommenda recommendation
tion recommendation of the, judiciary committee, the
Meffert amendment to allow property
owners to do their own plumbing m
their own property. The measure
now goes to the mayor. Council ex
pects to elect a plumbing inspector at
its next meeting, and the work of
connecting with the sewerage system
will then start. The ordinance pro
vides that connections with the sew
ers be made 'within 60 days after no notice
tice notice is given by the plumbing board.
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lastip extract, $2 per
ounce. Gerier's. tf
AUGUST 16. 1916
Mb .fi, f 1, im-
Of a West India Hurricane Moving
Toward Mobile and New
Washington, Aug. 16 The weather
bureau today sent to all gulf coast
points and all points in the south,
warning of the West Indian hurricane
which today was about 150 miles
northwest of Jamaica, moving north northwesterly,
westerly, northwesterly, and more severe than earlier
Of New York Street Railways Unless
Agreement with Men is
(Associated Press) '
1 New York, Aug. 16. William B.
Fitzgerald today threatened to tie up
the elevated, surface and subway lines
ofv New York, unless the New York
Railways company ceased an alleged
violation of the recent strike agree agreement.
ment. agreement. Fitzgerald claims the company
is discharging workers who have re returned
turned returned to work and interfering with
the organization of carmenN
MAXWELLS WIN ON MERIT
In Jacksonville recently a company
cf keen-sighted business men put on
a taxicab service of ten cars. The
service, after a month's trial, is prov proving
ing proving most successful and is doing xx
good work for the public. A quick,
reliable service is maintained with
fair and reasonable charges, which
prevents extortion and graft so long
prevailing among the automobile driv drivers
ers drivers of the city who, as a rule, charge
strangers just twice what the horve horve-drawn
drawn horve-drawn vehicle drivers charge. :
The proprietors of the taxicab ser service,
vice, service, after most exhaustive experi experiments,
ments, experiments, decided on Maxwell cars and
had the factory ship them, through
the local dealer, Mr, M. Altmyer, ten
cars painted an orange yellow, with
taxicab body equipment.
Mr. Altmyer has sold the United
States postoffice at Jacksonville 'ix
Maxwell cars, for which he is having
special bodies made by a local firm,
and in-the early fall the Jacksonville
postoffice will put the cars on to de deliver
liver deliver and collect the, mail in the city.
When the United States govern government
ment government and large private interests .se .select
lect .select Maxwell cars out of the strong
competition that exists and the many
different, makes of cars that are on
the market pushed and exploited by
the manufacturers and distributors,
one can readily feel that individuals
will make no mistake in selecting a
Maxwell for their own private use.
As far as we know, Jacksonville is
the first cit to put on an automobile
delivery for the postoffice departments
though a good many rural routes iri
the state, Ocala among them, are us
ing cars for this purpose.
EXCHANGE OF REAL ESTATE
Mr. John M. Graham, a few days
ago, traded a farm wliieh.he owned
east of Ocala to Mr. William Little Little-dale,
dale, Little-dale, for the residence in the first
ward which Mr. Littledale bought a
year ago from, Mr. J. W. Kea, who
moved to Hawthorne. Mr. Graham
traded for the property as an invest investment,
ment, investment, believing as a .rental proposi
tion it would pay him better than the
farm. The Savage & Murray com
pany negotiated the trade.
To i Bring Employers arid Em Em-ploy
ploy Em-ploy es Together
EIGHT HOUR DAV TO BL PUT
OTHER MATTERS TO
Washington, Aug. 16. President
Wilson today decided to postpone fur
ther conferences with representatives
of the railroads and brotherhoods on
the threatened strike until tomorrow,
vheh he will receive the six hundred
and forty general committeemen of
the brotherhoods at the White House.
, The president probably will also re receive
ceive receive the railroad committee tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. A halt in the negotiations was
caused primarily because it was nec necessary
essary necessary for the brotherhood leaders to
refer all important questions to the
chairmen inNew York.
The plan on which the president is
working is to put into effect an eight eight-hcur
hcur eight-hcur dayand have a federal commisr
sion investigate the collateral issues,
making recommendations. The plan
has not been worked out but it is said
it? might, be' possible that if the rail railroads
roads railroads conceded the eight-hour day,
the employes might give up their de demand
mand demand for time and a half for bver bver-timel
timel bver-timel Brotherhood leaders would not
discuss the suggestion that it might
be planned to putan eight-hour day
into, efF ect- for six months triaL with
time and a quarter for overtime.
Among railroad managers there is
some discussion of the proposal for a
permanent commission to consider all
railway wage disputes
PRESIDENT MAY MAKE HIS
j VIEWS PUBLIC;
It is understood there is a possi possibility
bility possibility after the conference "with the
brotherhood chairmen tomorrow, ;he
president may make '' public, his re remarks
marks remarks in order to show the country
the responsibilities of both sides.
Editor Star: In the Star, of last
Sat-urday I noticed the following:
"Judging from all we have heard,
there is a settled conviction among
the people of Marion county that' the
best sort of roads for them to have
ate roads built out of Marion county
material. It is certain and sure that
we have an abundance of material
and if we keep everlastingly at it we
can utilize it."
In this connection I want to give
you a few facts that may be of some
help to you in the future.
For the last three years I have
been very closely connected and asso associated
ciated associated with the concrete business and
have read quite a lot on the. subject,
especially where it has been in con connection
nection connection with concrete roads. Concrete
roads are really, when properly con constructed,
structed, constructed, the only permanent roads.
When a concrete road is laid it takes
it several years to harden to the
complete crystalized state, though it
can be- used in two or three weeks
after it has been laid and seasoned.
Concrete is as permanent as solid
rock and will last just as long when
it is properly mixed and laid, so that
twenty, thirty, forty or even fifty
years will find concrete in almost 33
good condition as when first laid, even
wher it has had hard use. This is no
I mere guesswork as the most jsevere
tests by the United States govern government
ment government show this to bethe fact.
It is usually thought that concrete
i3 very expensive, and in most cases
it is very expensive, but that is just
what I want to write about.
To construct a mile of concrete
road in Marion county will cost on an
average of $8,000 to $8?500 per mile
and maybe less in certain parts of the
county. This has been figured put by
men who have.made'concrete roads a
life study and know what they, re
Now the most interesting part
about the concrete insofar as it con concerns
cerns concerns Marion county is this: Over 85
per cent of the money spent for con concrete
crete concrete roads would be spent in Marion
county, : as all of the rock, the sand
and the labor would be right at hand
and would cost very -little. Tha t leaves
only the cement to be bought out of
the county and that is less than 15
1 per cent of the cost.
There will be no vast amount to be
VOL. 22, NO. 198
IHTO IMMEDIATE EFFECT AHD
IE LATER ADJUSTED
By a Strict Party Vote Senate Finance
Washington, Aug. 16. By strictly
a democratic vote the Senate finance
committee today ordered a favorable
report on the revised revenue bill cal calculated
culated calculated to raise $205,000,000' this year.
ATLANTIC. COAST LINE WILL
LAY RAILS THROUGH THE
Tampa, Aug. 16. The Atlantic
Coast Line railway, company has
awarded the contract to a Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville concern for the immediate con construction
struction construction of an extension from Se Se-bring,
bring, Se-bring, DeSoto county, to Immokalee,
in Lee county, running eighty miles
through an undeveloped country, it
was learned today. ;
paid to the railroads in freight as
would be the case if brick were used.
I think- it figures something .. like
$190,000 in freight alone for the brick
for the mileage that- should be con constructed
structed constructed in the county as figured by
Mr. Carn; to say nothing of the
money for the brick being spent in
Macon, Birmingham or Chattanooga.
Then there is the upkeep for con concrete
crete concrete roads, a very great advantage in
their favor. $25 a mile per year is
quite enough and that is necessary
only to re-point the expansion joints
where they might crack off under
heavy wear. Any laborer that has
ever handled concrete can do the
work. ' i
I believe that if every farmer and
property owner in Marion county
could get the honest facts in connec connection
tion connection with concrete roads, and figure
out the cost of building clay roads
anJ their upkeep, and then figure the
interest on the bonds to build perma permanent
nent permanent concrete roads looking squarely
at the fact that clay roads would
have to be built and re-built man v
times in thirty years at practically
the same cost every time and that at
the end of the thiry years the con
crete roads would have cost trac-
tically nothing and still be in as good
condition as -when first built, then I
am sure every one-could easily see
that it is nothing but a sound busi business
ness business proposition to bond as soon as
possible and build permanent roads in
the shape of concrete roads.
Concrete is no experiment; Illinois,
Wisconsin, Ohio, Indiana and prac practically
tically practically all of the states north of the
Ohio river and 'some in the far west,
Calif ornia Oregon, Washington, etc.,
have practically declared for nothing
but concrete and what roads they are
building are of concrete. Marion
county nee.d not hesitate on account of
riot being able to get the rock-bottom
facts regarding concrete roads.
So you can see from the above that
what was said in the Star Saturday is
more than correct 'and if the matter
is properly studied and each one given
given a chance to know the true facts
as they stand, permanent roads will
soon be built and built properly.
' There is much to be said and much
to be thought of in this connection,
but I will leave the above with you
in hope that it might in some way
help the good cause along.
Yours very truly, Cliff Peabody.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16. 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
' PUBLISHED EVERT D AY EXQEPT SUNDAY
". , DITTIXGER A CARROLL, PROPRIETORS ?i
II. R Crroll. General Moer Port T. Lcareaarood, BnstaeM Maiigtr
" '...'.'' -' J. H. Bciumtot EJlttf :-U -, .w--'-t..
Entered at Ocala, Fla., pot tof flee as second class matter.
One year. In advance $5.00
Slx months. In advance 2.60
Three months, in advance...;.. 1.25
One, month, in advance;...'....- 60
The Italian soldier will make dago
a word of, honor before this war is
" E. P. Sperry, mayor of .Orlando,
and one. of the best known .citizens of
South Florida, i3 dead.
Why this- roar set up by partisans
of Catts that it is undemocratic to go
behind thl returns. Nonsuch policy
has ever! been'! set forth by a demo democratic
cratic democratic platform. i r
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The, heat of the past few days has
been sufficient to convince even the
unorthodox not .only of the existence
of hell, but that some officious : per
son has removed the lid. :
' The Pensacola Journal reports a
case of infantile paralysis at Brew Brew-ton,
ton, Brew-ton, Ala., just, outside the Florida
line. If the Journal' had reported a
case just inside the Florida line it
could have ben sent to jail.
: The Star sympathizes with Jhe rail rail-'
' rail-' road men. There is much of justice
in their claims. But they had better
let President Wilson settle the dis. dis.-pute.
pute. dis.-pute. If they strike, they will cause
on awful lot of trouble, and they will
finally get the worst of it.
There are a half million people
,u starving' iii : Poland. America and
other parts of the neutral world are
' ready to send provisions and clothing
, for the relief of the sufferers, but
Germany! will not allow it unless cer-
tain impossible conditions are V .com .com-'
' .com-' plied with r,- f:X;K::X
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; From the correspondence printed in
the Times-Union of the 15th, it is
, evident that W. V. Knott has cauglit
' R. B. Sturkieof Dade City in ; the
worst case or two-facedness ever
shown up in Florida politics. Catts
i? welcome' to Sturkie's support. We
should think Sturkie would leave the
state and change his name.
' Who pays the expenses of men like
. Winner, who gA thru the state, make
lectures, advertise in the papers and
- do other things that indicate a big
campaign fund behfnd them ? They
are not being paid by anybody in the
; democratic party, and the indications
are that they are being paid by people
who are 'anxious to disrupt it.
: .. The Star doesn't believe there will
f be any permanent "' alliance between
, Russia and Japan. Russia, with all
" its backwardness, is a white 1 man's
country. It is the natural friend of
'j : America and the Star prophesies that
ere many years it will prove the nat nat--
- nat-- ural and inseperable bulwark of the
r. white man's civilization against the
The Ocala Star Saturday sent out
with each paper an insert photograv photogravure
ure photogravure of President Wilson. We haven't
received any of C. E. H. yet. and,
frankly, we 'ain't looking for any."
The Ocala Star expresses
the belief that Jacksonville is unfor unfortunate
tunate unfortunate in not having' 'Luther. L.
Meggs, chairman" of the board of
county commissioners, as a candidate
for mayor. -Jacksonville Metropolis.
It was the Ocala Banner' and not
the Star that sent out the photo photogravure
gravure photogravure and made the remark about
Meggs. However, we endorse the
Banner's ; sentiments toward Mr.
The Tampa Tribune sizes up -the
state pardoning board, as follows:
"Some time ago Henry W. Day, mur murderer
derer murderer of. Col. A; B. Wrenni a beloved
resident of Tampa, was pardoned after
a few years" of penal service, and now
he is suing those who leased his ser services
vices services on the ground that they forced
him to work while he was ill. Now
Dr. Guil Mfl Howsley of West Tampa,
convicted three years ago of eloping
with his 12-year-old niece, with whom
he had been living, for which he was
given a light sentence of ten years, is
pardoned without any seeming good
reason thereof. J. J. Mendenhall of
Clearwater, who brutally murdered
Mrs. C.'W. Eliot, and daughter, Susie,
of Tampa, was recently sent to the
penitentiary for life. Is Mendenhall
slated for an early pardon, gentlemen
of the pardoning board, v If not, who
next?" y A'
The president is wise in holding
troops in. readiness in case the rail railroad
road railroad strike materializes. The rail railroad
road railroad men will not cause nor counte countenance
nance countenance any disorder, of course. JBut a
strike will cause disorder, which will
be' taken advantage of bj all the dis disorderly
orderly disorderly characters in the country, and
there will be rioting in which the law
may neecf to lean on the strong arm
of military force. We do not believe
the president, in case of a strike, will
allow traffic to be tied up any longer
than possible. The railroads, of
course, will try to move trains, and
the government will see that they are
not stopped. It should be remember remembered,
ed, remembered, too, that it will not be state
militia rioters will have to deal with.
The troops belong to the United
States army and will probably act
One year, is advance. .......... 1 1.00
Six month. In advance .... 4.26
Three months, in advance...... 2.25
'One month, in advance........ .20
with the same decision that cleared
the roads during the great strike in
Chicago when Cleveland was presi
dent. '--X '.".'''A i
BARKING UP THE WRONG TREE
r Mr.- yinner- barked up the wrong
tree yesterday when he tackled Will
C;Mr. Gary is a good democrat, a
good Baptist and a good American,
although like jraost kf the men here
abouts, without being the least bit
disloyal to the Stars and Stripes, he
has- an abiding love for the Stars and
Mr. Winner, in a tirade against the
Catholics, repeated that old gag about
the pope ordering Catholic soldiers to
desert from the Union army during
the civil war an order obeyed, he
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ana ms ieuow ; Knownomings say, Dy
over 140,000 men. It's a myth, of
course, without the slightest evidence
to back it, but it does to tell to peo people
ple people who don't know any better, up
north, j "J v f-:. ",.
( ("What!" said Mr. Gary J "do you
mean to tell me the pope caused 140, 140,-000
000 140,-000 Catholics to desert the Yankee
army?" 'SrX-::-, X- '-X ': ': J ':;
"He .surely did," said Mr. Winner.
; 'Bully for the pope,',' said Mr.
Gary. "My father and several uncles
and a whole lot of their friends were
fighting that same Yankee army, and
if the pope caused that many of its
men to quit he helped my folks a
whole lot.' J wish he had made them
Mr. Winner is in small business,
trying to set southerners against the
children of the men Vwhom their
fathers fought and suffered side by
side, with fifty years ago. Perhaps he
doesn't know any better.
" ' i i urn r i issi
At the instance of Councilman Mef Mef-fert
fert Mef-fert council has decided to return to
its bid policy of publishing the city's
financial report once a month; instead
of quarterly as recently recommended
by the finance committee. The report
will be published monthly until ; the
first of the year, and then it will be
published every quarter. s Councilman
MefFert said that there had been some
criticism of the policy of publishing
the report quarterly, especially in
view of the large sums of money now
being handled by council.
Since January 1911 the -. electric
light ( plant has saved the taxpayers
of the city $58,395.83, arid since the
water works was purchased by the
city the taxpayers have .been saved
$10,023.94. These figures were called
to the attention of council last! night
by Councilman Meffert.
MANY WOMEN OF OUR
HOME- STATE WOULD
St. pptorsburg, Fla. I used Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription before and
lor several weeks
after the birth of
my baby. This
course :I followed
with each of my
three babies and
am glad to testify
that I was comfort comfort-ablo
ablo comfort-ablo and free from
eo with such a con-
;dition. My chu-
- dren were born with
- the greatest ease.
" """ In a very short
time the medicine built up the tissues and
was the means of -the regainment of my
health and strength. It fitted me for
nursing and helped increase the supply ,"
Mrs. N. L. Wxxis, 310 Ninth St., North,
St. Petersburg, Fla. r .
Don't forget that the surest way tc
keep the womanly health is to use Dr.
Prerces Favorite Pre3cripUon It pro promotes
motes promotes perfect regularity. It cures in inflammation,
flammation, inflammation, ulceration and weakness
It soothes and. strengthens the nerves,
drives away despondency, and gives s
healthy appetite and refreshing sleep.
If makes childbirt h easy, and nursing
mothers will find in it a strength-giving
tonic. . ,:.,; i ; y A
"Favorite Prescription" contains nc
alcohol. It is extracted from native roots
with pr.ro glycerine. Buy, it now, in
liqui J or tablet form, froni your druggist
or send 0 cents or 41.00 to Dr. Pierce
Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y., for tab-,
lets. Write f v,r free book on woman'i
ConitipatioQ causes and seriousJy aggra aggravates
vates aggravates raariy diseases ; It is thoroughlj
curc-d by iioctor Pierte's Pleasant Pcueta
One a lasa:-ivc; two or three a 'cathartic-,
rhcp? fry. s'jRar-eoated, anti-bilious
,rn lies OiP i !I.v r..al -.-...ot t
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E. C. Jordan & Co.
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocnla, Fla.
Fresh fall garden seed now in. The
Ocala Seed Store. 8-1-tf
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, a Gerigs, tf.
A LITTLE DISPUTE
ABOUT SANITARY AFFAIRS
Councilman Mclver, chairman of
the street committee, and Councilman
Fausett, chairman of the sanitary
committee, had a slight tilt in council
last night when Councilman Mclver
charged that the sanitary department
of the city was not doing, anything.
Mr. Mclver said that George W.
Cleveland, sanitary inspector, could
never be found when he was wanted,
arid was not giving the close attention
that he should to his duties. He said
that the carts of the sanitary depart
ment were being used to haul wood
to Tucker Hill for negroes. As a re result
sult result of the slack work of the sanitary
department, Mr. Mclver said, the city
was full of mosquitoes. He said that
inasmuch as the carts of the sanitary
department were doing nothing, he
would like to have the use of them in
repairing the Silver Springs road.
' Councilman Fausett did not think
that his department was failing in its
work. He said that he welcomed the
criticism, however, and thought that
Councilman Mclver ... should ; prefer
charges in any case of negligence on
the part of a sanitary department
employe. He said that he thought
Mr. Cleveland was an efficient in inspector;
spector; inspector; and that if Mr. ; Cleveland
was negligent Mr. Mclver should pre prefer
fer prefer charges, and have the inspector
"fired.! Mr. Fausett pointed out that
the sanitary department had hauled
from 1000 to 1100 cart loads of rub rubbish
bish rubbish in the last five or six months. He
called attention to the sanitary in inspector's
spector's inspector's having to answer calls from
every section of the( city, and for this
reason was not always to be found.
Mr. Fausett said that the sanitation
of the city was certainly in better
condition than the streets. ; He said
that he would investigate the hauling
of wood to Tucker Hill.
OCALA'S LITTLE BIT
BEING KEPT, UP
Councilman Mclver, chairman of
the street committee, told council last
night that repairs were being made
on the Dixie "-Highway, from South
Sixth street to the city limits. This
is a particularly bad stretch of road,
and there has been much complaint
about it. Later the street department
expects to plow, up this stretch and
entirely., rebuild it.
SINFUL TO BUY
v FRUIT ON SUNDAYS
The 'judiciary committee of council
has recommended that the request of
M. Demetre to be allowed to sell
fruit on Sunday be not granted. The
committee questioned other fruit deal dealers
ers dealers and found that there was no large
loss from fruit spoiling over Sunday,
as claimed by Mr. Demetre. ;
WANTS IMMEDIATE ACTION
Councilman Meffert again jirged the!
street department last night to make
an investigation with a : view to get-sj
ting road material from the quarry
in the new park property. He also
urged again that an 5 effort be made
to obtain a crusher, hoist, motor and
screen. He pointed out that the
quarry is conveniently- located, and
that the rock, if crushed, would make
the very best of material for street
purposes He said that much of the
material in this; quarry could be used',
and had been used, without crushing
it. Councilman Mclver, of the street
department, said that he would take
the matter up.
ROAD SHOULD BE REPAIRED
The special committee of council
consisting of Councilmen Meffert, Mc Mclver
lver Mclver and Fausett, appointed to inves investigate
tigate investigate the condition of the Silv.er
Springs road, reported last night and
recommended that the road be repair repaired.
ed. repaired. A part of the material will be
obtained from the Carmichael prop property,
erty, property, Mr. y Ed. Carmichael having
agreed to let the city have the mater material
ial material without cost. Four or five cars of
lime will be purchased from Ken Ken-drick.
drick. Ken-drick. The city forces will be put to
work,- the county ; will be asked to
assist, and Councilman Mclver, chair chairman
man chairman of the street committee, would
like to have the services jf the citi citizens
zens citizens who recently volunteered to as assist
sist assist with the repairing of this road.
Councilman Meffert told council
that he had been in conference with
Chairman Cam of the county commis commissioners,
sioners, commissioners, and that Mr. 'Cam said he
was in favor of the county taking
over the Silver Springs road again,
provided that the city first put it in
the condition in which it obtained it
from the county. Mr. Meffert said
that he had not seen, the other com commissioners,
missioners, commissioners, but said that if they took
Mr. Cam's position the city? ought to
turn the road back to .the county.
This seemed to. be the sentiment of
council as a whole.
BRICK WERE BUM
Robert Ebner informed council last
night that he had rejected a car of
brick for the new light and water
plant. Mr. Ebner said that he had
notified Engineer Henney and Con Contractor
tractor Contractor Thompson of this fact. The
brick were being laid, Mr. Ebner said,
and he said that he told Mr. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson that the brick were used at the
contractor's own responsibility. Coun Council
cil Council thought tKat tins was a matter for
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R. Carroll.
SEES ONLY "TEDDY"
George W. Perkins Talks of Re Republican
publican Republican Nomination. -v
His Idea Seems to Be to Find Out
'What the People Want and Fool
Them Into Thinking Roose- V
' f velt Stands for.lt.
There Is no pussyfooting about
ueorge W. Perkins. "I believe." T he
tells a Chicago reporter, "Roosevelt
will be nominated by the Republicans.
but I realize now, since analyzing the
ord vote, that our greatest work is
to make the people see that Roosevelt
means peace and honor as well as pre preparedness."
paredness." preparedness." This is the formula: Find
out what the people want, and then
make them see that the colonel means
It. You may feel with Mr. Perkins that
"there are two big things to look for forward
ward forward tor-the Integrity of the country
and a protective tariff." But if you
agree with him, you feel even more
strongly that you should 'not quibble
over definitions "this time." Just lump
everything under a good-sounding
word like "Americanism" "A tariff Is
embraced In the word 'Americanism
as is also the nation's integrity"; The
main thing is that the Republicans
should nominate the man who bolted
the Republican nomination four years
ago. This, says Mr. Perkins, will
make the Progressives "the, happiest
people in this country." And what are
Republicans for except to make Pro Progressivesand
gressivesand Progressivesand especially one Progres Progressivehappy?
sivehappy? Progressivehappy? V
- Republican Prospects Poor.
The absolutely disorganized condi condition
tion condition of the Republicans, their poverty
of leaders, their helplessness at the
primaries, their' confusion and uncer
tainty as to the choice of a candidate
for president the emergence of so
many second-rate, ridiculous 'candi 'candidates,
dates, 'candidates, the blankness of "uninstructed,"
the absurdity of "instructed" dele
gates; these things are plain as a
pikestaff. There is no candidate In
sight that will unite the partyv Effort
Is made, part pretense and finesse,
part earnest, to 4 pull the robes off a
member of the Supreme court arid ac acclaim
claim acclaim a man of opinions necessarily
unknown as the awaited heroW recon reconciliation
ciliation reconciliation and union. Colonel Roosevelt
is yelling from the side lines and
eager to break into the shindy. No
man. No issue. Heaps of trouble.
Campaign Already Begun.
The Democratic national and con congressional
gressional congressional committees have already
begun a comprehensive and vigorous
campaign for the re-election of Resi
dent Wilson, j Fred B. Lynch, chair
man of the' executive committee, an
nounced the opening of western head
quarters in' Chicago to be in! ipharge
of Wilbur Mash, the Iowa member of
the committee, and said that there
would be the heartiest co-operation be
tween the congressional and national
Unfortunate Remark. .'
Among other utterances of Senator
Harding of Ohio now the subject of
criticism Is his assertion in a recent
speech that some Democrats are bet better
ter better than some Republicans. How sad sadly
ly sadly the party is In need of the keynote
speech which the senator is to jdeliver
at Chicago is shown by the fact that
standpatters and Progressives alike
have construed this remark as person personal
al personal to themselves and want to fight
Now Up to the Colonel, f
Senator Harding, who Is to make
the keynote speech at the G. eO. P.
convention, says he cannot see any
reason why Colonel Roosevelt should
not be consulted regarding the choice
of a candidate, if he is back in the
party. Now if the colonel will only
concede that the party has a right to
be consulted, the outlook for harmony
will be excellent..
. Simply Party of Opposition.
, A slogan for the Chicago conven convention
tion convention is supplied by the Boston Tran
script: 'The nomination of the strong
est non-Democrat that can be found
to. oppose Mr. Wilson." This great
event will be preceded by the keynote
speech, reciting' the glorious achieve achievements
ments achievements of the grand old non-Democratic
party. :-.-' .'
; Not Necessary.
The World is asking that Republi Republicans
cans Republicans -show' their Americanism. by also
nominating Wilson. Of course, It
would be a nice thing to do and a very
wise one, as indicating a united na nation;
tion; nation; but it isn't necessary. Mr. Wil Wilson
son Wilson will be re-elected whether he has
one nomination or several. Utica Ob Observer.
server. Observer. .
It might be gathered from Colonel
Roosevelt's conversation that all the
political parties were bidding for the
privilege of nominating him for a third
cup of coffee.
Party Deserves Confidence.
Business conditions in the West,
and in the East are excellent and get getting
ting getting better every day. Certainly, the
voters' are not going to give credit for
prosperity to the Republicans, who
have been talking hard times ever
since the Democratic administration
came Into power. The people will give
credit where credit belongs, and un under
der under the strong and courageous admin administration
istration administration of the president the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats have made good all their prom promises
ises promises to the people.
JUST THE THING
"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 weal that I could
not stand upright. A druggist recom recommended
mended recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Reniedy. 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
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POWER must be reckoned in reference to the weight
.involved. This is the big under lying truth that is often
overlooked in careless statements about horsepower.
We repeat that Maxwell cars have greater horsepower,
per pound of weigrit, than. any car built
This has been proved within, the last six months
by four competitive tests made in tfye two leading
scientific schools of the, United States.
The point for you to remember is this:
Maxwell cars will! take you anywhere, that any : car
willtake you and they'll take you as fast as you'll dare
to travel. V r-'
We are ready to prove any and all of our statements.
r V WITH VYOUR CAR?
; Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles "is my business.
Honest, efficient service; you "pay foi
the time put in on your car only. J.
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone
393, Ocala, Fla., 6-9-16-tf :
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." i Obtainable
everywhere. Adv. ; y y
BUSINESS FOR SALE
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;
THE BEST LAXATIVE
To keep the bowels regular the best
laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a
fnll orlitss rf water half an hour be
fore breakfast and eat an abundance
of fruxt 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.
BABY MAXVELL AT A BARGAIN
. I have just taken 4 in exchange a
baby" Maxwell, two-clinder, two-passenger
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
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP!
The above name has. been adopted
for my place of business, where you
can always find the latest Magazines,
Newspapers and Books.
.Rflnsiv acrenov for the F. S. Web
ster company's "STAR BRAND"
typewriter ribbons and MULTIKOPY
A new line of Birthday and Greet Greeting
ing Greeting Post Cards, and Score and Tally
Panis fnr ard parties, has fast been
received, together with a choice selec
tion of Dance Programs, to wmcn
your inspection is solicited.
Am making a stecialtv of the sub
scription business to all Magazines
and Newspapers, and will appreciate
Another specialty i3 my complete
line of Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobac-
Look over my line of office supplies.
- 'PL -Ej. GERIG
One Door East of M. & C. National
. CARPENTER AND BUILDER v
Careful Estimates made on all Cos
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
ijontractor in th eitw.
Ma xwell ca rs have
freater, actual, delivered
orsepower, per pound
of weight, than any car
S'ptsienger Touriog Cr, $593 .2'p$senger Cabriolet, $86&
2-paaenlcr Roadster 580 6-ps9sen4t Town Cat, 915
- 1. S'passenger Sedan. $985
& R. CARKOLl, Distributor
OFFICE IN STAR BUILDING PHONE 51 OCALA: FLA.
STOP THE BREED
, You know that most inSects that pester the. life out of ycu 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 drug
stores, at your grocer5, 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
FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY r
1546 Franklin St. TAMPA
"The Tire Man
' Service car always ready for tire
, Touble. on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt
!y filled. ..,'"
i 24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
Phones 438 76 Ocala, Fla.
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' You can get your Ciero-Cocr
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MOVING PICTURE FEATURES
"Little Lady Eileen," in which
Marguerite Clark will be seen here
tomorrow, is being shown this week
at the Broadway theater, New York,
and the Times' critic has this to say
about it: -".
"Dainty and delectable Marguerite
Clark, the complete ingenue of the
Special Meeting of Dickison Chapter,
U. D. C;
, Dickison chapter, U. D. C will meet! screen, has a photoplay after her own
nf Afrs. Ed. Carmi-1 heart in 'Little Lady Eileen.' Here
chael at three o'clock next Friday af- are Irish dances, and peat, and col
ternoon, August 18th. A large at- leens, and priests indeed, all the in
tendance is desired. The members gredients of an Irish romance as liiey
LvVin Vinv ricrlp(tpH tn nav their an-1 have' it on the stage. And there are
niTal Hues re herebv" earnestly re-1 fairies. to take a leaf out of Irish
quested to do so as the chapter needs lore, tiny, evanescent, half invisible
the money in order to meet its obli- creatures, who dance in an enchanted
gations. - rcircie on tne green, ana, at me proper
moment, intercede for the downfall
Miss Mary McDowell entertained of ;the villain.-, There is at-least one
the Tuesday autcion club yesterday reel that is completely captivating, it
afternoon at her home on Fort King is the Irish reel that little, Eileen and
avenue. Two tables of auction were her sweetheart lead, to the merry
entertained. Miss McDowell's 'guests music of the fiddles. This is. a photo-
besides themembers of the club were play that is much above the average
Misses Hester Dewey and Adele Bit
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tinger. The trophy for the high Today's program at me xempie
score, a box of correspondence cards, I consists of a Paramount Bray cartoon,
W9 3 "U7AT1 h V Mi MnHnn Dewev. Rol- "What Hacoened to Peggy," a Bio-1
GOOD TIFF PLANK
Democratic Wisdom Shown in Its
' Adoption. :
Indorsement of Nonpartisan Commis Commission
sion Commission Will Surely Appeal to Those
Who Have the Country's Real
Interests at Heart.
Having taken !the greed and graft
out of the tariff, the Democratic party
in Its platform naturally omits the
fierce denunciation of custom-house
taxation for the enrichment of private
Interests which long characterized its
utterances on this subject. Some peo
ple will miss also the proposition that
congress has no "constitutional power
to Impose jtariffs except for revenue.
and the familiar words "a tariff for
revenue only" are not used, though
the sentiment Is there In general terms.
Tariff planks In both parties vary J
greatly from.time to time. High-tariff
Republicans have not always pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed and glorified extortion as In
the days of Hanna and McKinley.
Only on a few occasions have low
lowing, the games iced tea, sandwiches J graph drama, a Ham and-Bud comedy,! jarlff 'Democrats accepted without
and candies were served. The mem- a Selig drama, and ford Weekly.
Va rP 1iiVi o m T7ccaa llf nTVvar 11 1 ? t vp
Nellie Gottlieb. Ellen Clarkson, Helen "The Crucial Test,", at' the Temple
Brown, Marion Dewey, Dorothy yesterday, was an entertaining feat
Schreiber, Mrs. Herbert Lattner and urer of comic opera -flavor. Some of
Mrs. R. N. Dosh. the photography was of a high order.
M T w firntW arA jnn Pnwp. Marv Pickford has organized &
and Mr. Henry G. Dunn of Citra, company of her own lor the produc
motored to Ocala today. Mr. Crosby tion of motion picture plays, and isl recognition, by indorsement of a, non
and fflTYiilv will p-o to Saltr Snrines in! now making her first picture under 1 nartisan tariff commission, of the
qualification the radical theory that
because protection was likely- to be
abused the principle must be de
nounced and abandoned. The fact is
that Democrats as well as Republicans
when In power have always recognized
the propriety of safeguarding Amer American
ican American enterprise and Industry. ":.
What makes this year's Democratic
tariff 'plank noteworthy is its candid
you get. Thje Court Pharmacy.; tf
a few'days to spend a week camping her own management.
there. ; Mr: Crosby says if ; Salt!
Springs was on, the railroad close tol ye give prescription wcrk prompt
Ocala he could make a great thing attention and what the doctor orders
out of it by developing and advertis
ing' the sprines. for there are few
such wonders, in nature or more at
tractive t laces for health and rec-i
reation. Salt .Springs-is a great fish
ing resort, also, having the dual at
traction of both salt and fresh water
fish and sea crabs. It is 40 miles in
an air line from salt water and over
100 miles by water.
mr MM .
New ucaia nouses
legitimate business aspects of tariff
taxation as applied to foreign competi
tion in manufactures and trade. Giv
ing congress accurate information and
expert, advice, such a body should
prove as discouraging to' the extrem
ists who would burn the custom houses
as to the gluttons, of jnonopoly who
would turn them into rebbers aroosts.
New York World. r V f
Annual Mountain and Seashore Excursion
. ' ' ,' .'. .VIA .
' STANDAHD JILROAD Or THE SOUTH
; Rounc Trip Rales f rom'Ocala
Washington, D. C. $21.33 Richmond, Va;-i
Norfolk.. Va. . ...... . .$19.35 Atlantic City, N. J..
Round Trip Rates front; Jacksonville
l Wilmington; N.' C;'i U.. . $12.25 Chattanooga,: Tenn.
Monteagle, Tenn. ....... .$15.2a,
Mammoth Cave, Ky. ......
Lexington, N.C. $14.25
Winston-Salem, N. C. ,. . ...$14.25
Hot Springs, Va.. .... . $18.7
Roanoke, Va. ... l .'.... $160
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MOOT A; AUGUST 21
Several parties from out of the
city motored in to see the picture at
the Temple yesterday afternoon and
last nigh ti Mrs. John Mathews, her
mother, and Mrs. George Yancey
came up from Candler, Dr. Walkup
brought a party down from Mcintosh,
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Weaver and Miss
Ethel Haycraf t, of Dade City, stopped
here on .their way to Atlanta. Miss
Haycraf t spent the night with' Miss
Tommy Standley. v 1 .'
Mr. and Mrs Charles. Rheinauer
havt returned from a visit to Mrs.
Rheinauer's 'sick, sister," Miss Hohen-
burg, v in Wetumpka Ala. They left
Miss HohenburgNyet very ill, but im
provement is hoped for.
Mrs. E. J. Crook returned last
night from a visit to Daytona Beach.
Rev. J. M. Gross returned today
from Westville, Va) where he went
a couple' of weeks ago to visit hi3
mother, who was very sick, but who
was, much better when he left.
Dr. and Mrs. R. T. Weaver and
Miss Ethel arrived in Ocala last night
in their auto, on their way from Dade
City to Atlantal They remained at
heir home here v overnight and went
on this morning.. They expect to be
in Atlanta a week or more. ?
Mrs.- A. J Brigance has returned
to her home' at Flemington, accom
panied by her'sister, Mrs. Calvin West
and little son. The Star regrets to
earn that Mr. Brigance, in "conse
quence of overwork in the hot sun, is
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We solicit your patronage and
promise you,ihe best the mark-
et affords at reasonable prices.
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W.' AUSTIN BENNETT i
. MARK TEMPLE ,
H. D. NELSON, Manager
Formerly of Harrington Hall
i . Hotel
..MK. Schiff on the Tariff. .
Former "Governor Glynn is to be 1
congratulated for resurrecting the
speech of Jacob H. Schiff -at the ban
quet of the Republican' club last Jan
uary. Speaking of the tariff..- Mr.
Schiff said: : ' : ?'-! V"?.-.
- "1 want to explain that nothing cari
stop the great prosperity we now have.
except a renewal of tariff agitation
In the next campaign. Standing 'here
on holy Republican ground. I say to-
you, without fear or fafor, if you renew
lii the "next presidential campaign the
tariff agitation of the past. If you
threaten the' country and show it you
want a renewal of special privilege
and high protection, the people will
have none .of it. The people ; have
learned; the workmen and the farmers
have learned, and they cannot be mis
led any longer, i do not say that be
cause I love the Republican, party less.
but because I love it more. My heart
is for i the Republican party, but my
common sense makes me a Democrat."
;. It is well to recall these frunk words
Which the Republican Teaders have re rejected.
jected. rejected. They have done just what
Schiff warned them not to "do ; they.
have renewed : their old ; demand r tor
special privilege and high ..protection.
and they are going to meet the defeat
which one of their own wisest men
predicted for them six months ago.-
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turning leave Tampa. 6 p. m. same day. ..-..
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can sell such a remarkable perfume for 75 cents a bottle--and
remember each bottle contains 6 oz. it is wonderful value- Iry it.
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FALL TERtl OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT; 1 3, 1 91 6
Mr. E. K. Nelson and son, Eodwin,
of Tampa,1 are visiting ; their Ocala
Mrs. Port Leg vengood and neice,
Miss Luy Lee Sthoeflin are spending
todav as the "sTiests of Mrs. Ed. C.
Beuchler at Anthony.
from Ocala to make a visit with his r 7 y
mother. Mrs. N. B.1 Ponder Orlando
. .. -. ..... ..
. Miss Mary prabham left yesterday
mornuig for Citra, to attend the wed
ding of her friend;, Miss Louise Bor
land, to Mr. Nathaniel H. Hunter, of
Fort Myers. The wedding will take
place .Wednesday 1 Orlando Sentinel;
Missv Lily : Walkup and Mrs. S. H.
Walkup of Mcintosh, sisters of Mrs.
R. L. Parks, arrived yesterday, for a
two weeks stay. They aire pleasantly
located at the v Assembly hotel. St.
I Augustine Record.
Her. J. B. Ley, Mrs. Ley and daugh
ter Ruth, left this morning for a tour
of yNorth Florida and Georgia. Mr.
Ley had all the conveniences of an up-to-date
camping outfit attached to his
Ford in which he will make the trip
Orlando Reporter-Star. :
Mrs. George II. Ford left this week
for Ocala, where she will be the guest
We Dave Shock Absorbers
. and Repiar Parts For
Ford Cars ;
INNER -TUBES VULCANIZED
:;t : : ; t : : : i t i : ;i 1 1 i i ; i i : luumuuusutn organizations.
CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.
FRESH MEATS, POULTRY,
FISH AND OYSTERS
All kinds Fresh Vegetable
& MINERS TRAliSPORTAli! GOMPAHY
Summer Tourist Fares
From Jacksonville to
Ynrk and return. ,$35.00
Baltimore and return. . 32.00
Philadelphia and return. .30.00 f
Washington and return.. 34.00
Savannah and return... 6.UU
Boston and return. ... . $43.00
Providence and return .. 4 law
Blue Mountain and return 35.50
Atlantic City and return. 36.50
Asbury Park and return. 36.50
n,nW S.i-ofa Vft nil Eastern resorts with return limit October 31,
1916 with privilege of stopovers at principal points. SaUmgs Jrom
"Jacksonville, viavSavannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Saturday. T,
Philadelphia July 2, 13 and 24, Aug. 3, 13, 24, at 4 p, m.
Steamships Suwannee and Somerset have stiiterooms de luxe with
bafhlSso shower rSSms, hot and cold fresh flRunmng water
in all rooms. Wireless telegraph on .-all "duP ; f235f furShed
passed. Reservation, foare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tour book.
Address Merchants & Miners Trans. Co., JacksonviUe, Fla.
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Fare IncludesxMeaU Good on Any fenip.
; :, Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
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Write for schedule and further particulars.
p rT? G. VEHZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib crty St, Jacksonville, Florida.
Beachcombing the Progressives.
. "While Progressives of : Ilepublican
and Wall street antecedents are pus pussyfooting
syfooting pussyfooting into ; the '. presence of Mr.
Hughes and assuring 'him that he is,
to receive all of the 4,119,501 .Votes
cast for Mr. Roosevelt in 1912., riobody
at headquarters Is giving a thought to
the Democratic hosts who helped make
that showing. It. may be that Messrs.
Perkins -and Satterlee delivered the
Republican, Progressives at- Chicago,
but they have failed, to eonnect 'with
the one-time Democrats who sub
scribed to the Bull Moose faith four
years ago. . .. v -:' ".. i:-
John M. Parker, the orphaned candi
date for vice president, lias already
spoken. He returns to Democracy.
Ex-Congressman John C. Houk of Ten
nessee is making preparations to the
same end. In all parts of the country.
no ; doubt, hundreds of thousands of
former Detaocrats. who took their po
litical lives In their hands when they
openly Joined .; Mr.X; Roosevelt s new
party are in the same frame of mind.
In the shipwreck of great political
especially, when nt-
tpndwi bv nerfidv. eversbotly lias a
chance at beachcombing. .',
We Have toe Equipment and Ability
1- 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.' 'f ; ; . y
,V Of cours, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.
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W: F. BAtUNGER
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
Cornice, Spouting, Skylights,
Tanks and 'General Repair k
'..'A "Work 6
Sheet Iron and Copper Work
I Phone Yonge's Tin Shop 388
I 210 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. A.
Weathers, for an extended visit.
Rev.' J. B. Ley and wife, Methodist
pastor at Orlando," passed "through
Gainesville-Tuesday on their way to
points in the mountains of Georgia,
where they will enjoy a few weeks of
rest' and recreation. They were trav
elmg. in an auto. Gainesville Sun.
AUTO FOR HIRE;
. At Your Service Any Hour
DAY or NIGHT
Reasonable Prices Terms Cash
Residence Phone 526
1 President Wilson Popular.
"Having voted for Mr. Wilson, for
! president, I am glad to find his admin
istration is jopular with people : like
myself, who take no active part in
j politics," says Charles M. Seaton,
member' of an imnortant mercantile
firm in St. Louis. '.' f
I have been. In three states of the
middle West recently, and everywhere
I have found men who were speaking
in high praise of the administration.
Good Man to Head Committee.
Vance McCormlck, chairman of the
Democratic national committee, is an
accomplished man of business, an
organizer and administrator of tne nrst
rank. 4 His business capacity may be
judged from the fact that he is a mem
ber of the Yale corporation ana ox tne
Philadelphia Federal Reserve bank-
He is as admirable an executive as he
was a football player, and that Is say
ing a good deal. A clean, forcible cam
paign, fought to the last minute ana
with the last, ounce or energy ana re resource,
source, resource, is assured by his selection.
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Every-modem ronvenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none, T ; '
RATES From $lQ per day per person to ?6.00.
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"When our little boy, now seven
years old, was a baby he was cured
of cholera morbus by Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme Remedy"
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 16, 1916
fn ATA APPTIPPFMPFQ
Masons meet tomorrow night.
Mrt R. Edwards of Gainesville, has
made application for, the position of
plumbing inspector for Ocala.
Please don't forget that we carry
the famous NORRIS randies, ihe best
Councilman Tompkins was back .in
his seat ia council last night after his
Typewriters cleaned and repaired.
D. C. Baldwin, NOW at the Carlton
House, phone 193. 8-16-3t
The postoffice here is handling two
carloads of catalogs for the John M.
Smythe Mercantile company of Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. . r ',
Mr. J. E. Frampton will lead the
prayer meeting at i'ue Methodist
church this evening.
We carry a full line of Thermos fill fillers.
ers. fillers. The Court Pharmacy. tf ;
A good business chance. Motor bus
for sale at reasonable price. Good
business worked up. Owner finds it
necessary to return home. For partic particulars
ulars particulars call at G. A. Nash's store.
Take Rexall liver salts for, that
Mr. Marcus Frank leaves Saturday
for the biggest city in America, where
he will-spend two weeks in selecting
goods for his fall stock.
Mr.' J. II.. Dean of the ice delivery
service, and a friend, will be treated
to bottled coca-cola, if they will call
nf the Rtnrft rf A. Arabian and show
this notice. The Ocala Coca-Cola
Frederick R. Hocker, city attorney,
has returned from White Springs,
where he went for a brief vacation.
.While away Mr. Hocker had several
days of sickness. ''y,
Mr, J. C.Wheeler returned Monday
from a fishing trip to Crystal River.
While at Crystal he caught a 6 -foot
tarpon, which put up a most spirited
fight. Mr.- Wheeler left yesterday for
a business visit to Tampa. y
W. kJ LANE, M. D., Prysidan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. ' tf
Two or three years ago. every
Thursday afternoon and almost every
evening during the summer the Coast
.land trains took dozens and scores of
people to the lake.' r Now they take
very few. The people go ,in their
autoes before the trains arrive.
A broken Thermos bottle is no
goodbring it to us and we will make
it "as good as', new." The Court
Van Boney made a good trip to
Crystal River in his big Cadillac' yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, going in two hours and a
quarter, and returning in two hours
and ten minutes. He took with him
Messrs. Luther Mershon, S; S. Savage
Jr. and Sonny Geise.
Mr. Chas. W. Hunter is home from
' West Palm Beach, where he has been
superintending work for the Florida
Utilities Co. He wil be in Ocala a
. eounle of weeks and' t.hpn return.
This is the first time Charlie has been
out of town since he came to, Ocala,
and his friends surely have missed
him. As soon as he reached home, he
made inquiries about the ball park.
THINGS THAT NEVER' HAPPEN
- tell Soothe ,-
7 TV?OTH WIFE. )
V TE BISCUITS J f j
, V -i ., ill
Candler, Aug. 15. -The members of
the Ladies' Aid are holding a "spend
the day" session today at the'home of
Mrs. Lucy Freeman.
Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hightower
motored to Ocala Thursday evening
to attend the meeting of the Eastern
Master Duncan Elliott of Ocala was
the week-end guest of Miss Mabel Mc
Clain. y 1 ... w
Miss Elizabeth Freeman was the
pleasant hostess Saturday evening of
an informal gathering. Light re
freshments were served by the hostess
and her mother, Mrs. Lucy Freeman.
Capt. and Mrs. George Russell
came up from Lake Weir to be num numbered
bered numbered among the guests at the birth
day dinner yesterday of Mrs. Flem
Mrs. J. N. Marshall accompanied
by her sons, Mr. Earl Marshall and
Master Albert, motored to Muclan
and were Supday guests of Mr. and
Mrs. Sam Cauthen ap.d family.
Mrs. P. A. Fort continues ill at her
home east of town.
Mr. Samuel Cauthen and family are
to return to their future home in the
very near future, from Muclan, which
is pleasant news to their friends
The Odd Fellows had a well attend
ed meeting last night, in their hall in
the Star building. About forty mem
bers were present, and for an hour
before, the lodge opened the brethren
were regaled with music from the
Odd Fellows' orchestra. The Tuesday
evening meeting? in the cool and spa
cious hall are becoming social as well
as ceremonial affairs. Messrs. W. E.
Smith, T. D. Lancaster and J. H.
Pegram trod the devious and rocky
road to Jericho. Next Tuesday even
ing, all the present class will be Jin
structed in the lessons of the scarlet
degree "and will take their places in
the lodge as full-fledged Odd Fellows.
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery." y R. R Carroll.
The Star ; regrets to learn' tliat rthe
Seminole Motor Bus .Co.ha.s!v been
obliged to suspend operations, There
was not enough business and, -the
roads were rather too, rough for. the
vehicles. They were a. great conven
ience and" the Star is sorry the owners
had to give up the enterprise.
Horse, cow and poultry feed, corn.
oats, hay and sweet feed. Ocala
Seed Store. . .- 8-1-tf
. Poor Guess. ( .-
Sunday School Teacher "Children,
do you know the house that is open to
all to the poor, the rich, the sad, the
happy, to man and to woman, to young
and to old dS you know the house I
mean?" Small Boy "Yes. miss the
station house." Boston Transcript.
The Evening star may always be
found on sale at (Jerig's News
When Making Your Fortune.
, If you set out to be the architect of
your own fortune, keep in mind that
the building inspector will be along
later. 'Youth's Companion.
How Did He Know?
Elizabeth was studying in her his history
tory history about the discovery of the Pacific
ocean by Balboa. "Well,' said she.
looking up from her history, ''what, I
don't understand about this discovery
business Is how Balboa knew It was
the Pacific ocean when he' had never
seen It before." Harper's Magazine.
A nw shipment of Crane's station
er" Just in all styles. iThe Court
Pharmacy. , : '
v. (Continued from Third Page)
At noon today at the home of her
mother, Mrs. J. B. Borland, at Citra,
Miss Louise Borland was married to
MrV Nathaniel Harrison Hunter, of
Fort Myers. The ceremony took
place in the parlor, of the Borland
home, and was attended by the mem members
bers members of the families and a few friends:
Rev. It. E., Partridge, pastor of the
Citra Methodist church officiated. The
parlor was attractively decorated with
smilax, ferns, white and pink asters,
and roses. Miss Borland made' a
most charming bride.
Mr. and 'Mrs. Hunter left over the
Seaboard Air Line this afternoon for
New York, Boston and other points in
the east. On their return in Septem September
ber September they will make their home at
Fort Myers. -. ,y
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Mr. and Mrs, W. E. Melson and
young son, well known ; people of
Ocala, departed yesterday on the re return
turn return trip home after a pleasant stay
in this city, guests of the parents of
Mrs. Melson, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Kim Kim-brought
brought Kim-brought Mrs. Melson and son were
visitors for a term of several weeks,
while Mr. Melson spent the week-end
here. They were accompanied onr their
return home by little Misses Loretta
and Delia Lee Kimbrough, who will be
their guests for' an extended stay in
that city Lakeland Star.
A letter from Mr. H. M. Hampton
in Asheville to an Ocala friend says:
"We hope baby is better. She has
been brighter today, and in fact has
been slowly' improving since Saturday
morning, but the doctors don't hold
out any, too muchencouragement yet,
but say she is much improved; and
that they think she has a chance.
When I arrived here Friday the doc doctors
tors doctors had a conference and made an ex examination,
amination, examination, and said she could not live
many hours; but they nbw think she
has a chance. Unless something in
terferesj I hope she will be all right
soon. When I came she was, lying in
a stupor, and had not known anything
for three days. 5 She now say s a few
words, and all believe she is recover
ing. We have had one fight for her,
but believe we win win.1
" There will be a box social at the
Baraca'hall on the Baptist church lot
Friday night at 7:30 o'clock.y; Ladies
will brmg small lunch which will be
sold to the boys. Everybody invited
to! attend. v
The Star is informed, that the W.
C. T. U. social at Kendrick last night
was a most enjoyable occasion. A
number of Ocaal folks attended.
. Mrs. Sidney Haile Teturned last
night from a visit to Mr. Haile at
his plantation in Alachua county,
. : BERLIN V
Berime Aug, 15. Mri ; Harry Col
lins and his sister, Miss Bonnie Col
lins of High Springs have returned
home after spending a few days as
guests at: the home of Mr. and Mrs.
'Miss Effie Rawls, who attended the
summer' normal at Gainesvillev re
turned home last Saturday. She was
accompanied home by her cousin, Miss
Frances Rawls of Alachua.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith and son
of Wacahoota, were week-end guests
last week of Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beck.
Miss Inez Collins returned to her
home, at Irvine last Saturday after
spending a couple of weeks the guest
of Misses McCully.
r Miss Sue Haycraft has returned
home sfter ; attending the summer
normal at Gainesville.
Mr. Ira Beck of Gainesville is the
guest of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J.
L. Beck. a . r
Mrs." H. M.. McCully and attractive
little daughter of Jacksonville are
the guests of friends and relatives
here this week. ;
Miss Mattie Mills is spending a
while at Flemington, the guest of
her sister, Mrs. R.'E. Mathews.
The .Fellowship school opened last
Monday morning with an enrollment
of about sixty pupils. Prof. Clyatt
and Miss Janie Mae Perry are in
charge-We feel confident of a sue
cessf ul term this year under theii
Miss Callie : Ferguson returned
home from Cotton Plant last Satur
day .after spending several weeks the
guest of her grandparents, Mr, and
Mrs. J. S. Weathers
Many Ocala Readers Have Heard It
and Profited Thereby
"Good news travels fast," and many
bad back sufferers in Ocala are glad
to learn where relief may be found.
Many a lame, weak and aching back
is bad no more, thanks to Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills. Our citizens are telling the
good news of their experience with
mia iesicu remeuy. xiere is an ex
ample worth reading :
Rev. D. W. Price, 4 Orange street,
ucaia, says: "My kidneys were weak
and I couldn't control; the passages of
the kidney secretions. I was greatly
Dowered during busy hours of the
day. I got a box of Doan's Kidney
Pills and began using them as direct
ed, iney certainly acted quickly in
regulating the action of my kidneys
and; relieving i the lameness in my
I'rice 50c. at all, dealers. Don't
sij$plyia4ii5ora kidney remedy get
Doan's! ItiaheyJ Pills--tjie s same that
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- Do you read the unclassified ads?
IJST OF XuAGAZINES
AT THE LIBRARY
' Following is a list-of magazines to
be read at the library when it is open:
Scientific American, Collier's. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentle Gentleman,
man, Gentleman, Literary Digest, Review of Re Reviews,
views, Reviews, Popular Mechanics, The Out Outlook,
look, Outlook, Scribners, 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, McCIure's, Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur Current
rent Current Opinion, Physical Culture, Good
A; C L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast line
will, arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to ,St. Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a, m.
No. 88, St. Peterstrarg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. n. ;
ty No. 10, Leesbcrg to i Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m. i .' : :-
No. 51, Ocala to Wilcox,- Monday,
Wednesday ind Friday, 6:10 a m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny
jim) Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 6:40 a. m. y y
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersnurg to Jackson
rilJe, 12:54-1:14 p., in. f v
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
P. m. : y ,' -y ,V:.-r--'
No. 49; Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m, ..' y ;'
No. 33, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m. y y
I No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines
ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. ,m;
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m. ..-. : ?..:.;"-:.' 'y-
No. 150, 3 Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday arid Friday, 5;45 p. m, -y
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny-
jim), itiesday, Thursday, and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, y:50 p. m.
REO AT A BARGAIN
, A nineteen fifteen five-passenger
Reb car, fully equipped, electric lights
and starter, two extra tires and tubes,
recently overhauled throughout. First
check for $400 gets it. Tl. R. CarrolL
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE
A 1916 model Excelsior, twin
cylinder, motorcycle with side car, all
fully equipped, and in absolutely first
class condition throughout. Been run
abcut lOdO miles. Will sell cheap for
cash. Apply at Star office. 8-14
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; Ocala. 4:30 p. m'.; arrives Tampa
7:50;p. m. ' .'.
'No. 1 Leavek Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 10 a. m.';
1 No. Z- Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40" "p. m.; arrives St! Pe
tersburg 8:05 p. m.
1 No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.;
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack
sonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a.m.; Ocala
1 p. m,; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
WANTED, V LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT i AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL-NEEDS
WANTED A flat top desk'; must be
in good' shape and low priced. Write
me what you have to offer, price, v etc.
Address "Flat Top,", care Ocala Even
ing Star. i 8-16-3t
FOR SALE The beautiful ten acre
tract on the hill two miles out, on the
north side, of the Silver Springs boule
vard; fenced, cleared, some orange
and, other fruit trees, elegant shade
trees ami a deep Willed well. If in
terested, 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
ward. ; 14-6t
MONEY TO LOAN without security
would attract your, attention; then
why not save your clothing by having
it cieaned by experts? J. T. Clayton,
phone 13. 8-6t
- i i , mmm i-
WANTED Fifty men to do, station
work on hard road on yardage basis,
Prices on request. W. S. Bonner &
Co.,t 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. K. Carroll.
FOR RENT A two-story house with
all modern convenience, in two blocks
of the square. Apply to Dr. Walter
FOR RENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modernT conveniences. Ap
top T lirsiiyAipil llili
OF THE CITY COUNCIL
Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair chairman;
man; chairman; G. A. Na.sh,' W. A, Knight.
Cemetery 3., 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. 4Gerisr, chairman; J M.
MefiFert, G. Nash.
. Police W.yA. Knight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, H. M. Weathers.
Market-H. M. .Weathers, chair chair-man;
man; chair-man; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Gerig.
Sanitary H. A. Fausett, chairman;
D. W. Tompkins, J. T.. Moore.
' Light and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. Ml Mef Meffert.
fert. Meffert. "''. t
' Building H. hL Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver..'.
When you have plumbing, or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting iet is furnish you
estimates. r No job to large and none
to small. H. W. Tucker. tf
Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
IIAIUUA-DUXN MAJSOMfC 1XDG
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19,. F. A
A. M., meets on the first and thirA
Thursday evening? of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until, further notice.
h. C. Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. -Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Kate B. Howell M. R.
Lena Tompkins. M. E. C
OCALA LODGE NO. 285, B. P. O R
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Buesday even evenings
ings evenings In each "month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffifie, ast side.
R. S. Rogers, E. R. y
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KNIUUT8 OF 1'YTHlAfe
Ocala Lodge No. 9. Conventlont
held every Mctday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carltsl
drugstore. A cordial welcome to tlJ tlJ-iting
iting tlJ-iting brothers. G. A.' Nash, C. C.
Cha3. K. Sage. K. of R. S. A
ORDER OF EASTERN &TAR
Oeala" Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S
meets at Tonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtie G. Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. Lillian simmo&s, Secy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. F
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.
F. E. McClane, N. G.
- L. H. Pillans, Secretary.
CHAFTlalS NO. 15, R. A. -M.
Regular'coiivocatlons of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R.' A. --M.; on the
fourth Friday In every moath at
8 p. m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown. Sec-y." y
WOOTOIK OF THE WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 osbets at
the K.;of P.'all at 7:30 p. m.' every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereign? ?,re always welcome.
; J. W. Lamar. C G
Chaa. K. Sae, Qerk.
" We Will Sell
These goods are 36 inches wide and the same mei-:
chandise that we are selling regular at 25c per yard.
NO LITTLE RE1NANTS WILL BE LEFf
AT TME WnMEOW
if MAX MM9
:" "' '"" """" ; y " "i,ir "" r ,., n l
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WE HAVE. SECURED THE EXCLUSIVE OCALA AGENCY FOR
" THE FAMOUS V
, .... ,-. .-- - v
. IV. L DOUGLAS :SM0I
THE MERITS OF THIS LINE
:WEST, OF COURT. HOUSE
MAXWELL TOURING CAliS
7 fl A
: Ask for a Demonstration
Remember, too, that they are
that I carry
for my cars, the-price on same being lower
than those for any .other Automobile!
ia i -. .
Put an Ad.
NEED NO INTRODUCTION TO
. OCALA, FLORIDA
in Ocla for
ttw- mm Mk.
in stock in Ocala,
The Hotel for Florida People
, ja 11 LLj
' Fire Proof
, JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Every Room With Private Bath
in the Star
ply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
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