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Title:
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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OCALA'

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WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight and Thursday, except
showers Thursday in south portion of
peninsula.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1916
VOL. 22, NO. 204
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TEUTOIIS AT ESTREES Will
London, Aug. 23. German troops
after, violent artillery preparation at attacked
tacked attacked and gained a footing at some
points in the French trenches south of
Estrees on the Somme front and the
Germans violently bombarded the
French south of the Somme, says the
French statement today.
CONCENTRATED HELL IN CAP CAPSULES
SULES CAPSULES The fearfulness of the battle along
the Somme front was witnessed by an
Associated Press correspondent with
the British, who after viewing the
British attack on Thiepval, describes
the artillery preparation as a "Nia "Niagara
gara "Niagara rush of swishing screams from
capsules of concentrated hell." He
tells how the Germans held out to the
last and how the British dashed for forward
ward forward against just such a German
fire.'
RUSSIANS REPULSED
The Austrian" statement declares
the Russians, despite their determin determined
ed determined attacks in Volhynia, Galicia and
the Carpathians have failed to gain
ground and lost heavily. ?
ITALIANS
ATTACKING
ALPS
IN THE
Italy has opened an offensive in the
Alpine region, according to the Ital Italian
ian Italian announcement, which also tells of
Italian gains in the Tofana area, in
Dolomites and in the Travenanzes
valley.
BATTLING IN THE BALKANS
Both allied wings on the Saloniki
front, where the soldiers of at -least
seven nations are engaged in battle,
were bent back yesterday by the Bul Bulgarians.
garians. Bulgarians.
In the center while the allies' main
effort is being made, at the entrance
of the Vardar vaTTey, Paris reports
important gains. The Serbians have
been forced back on the extreme left,
abovft five miles from the Serbian and
Greecian frontiers The Serbs also
claim progress on other sections of
. this front.
The British and French right wing,
which crossed the Struma river to
wards the Bulgarian frontier, has
been forced back across the river.
GUNS BUSY NEAR GORIZIA
The Italian infantry is passive in
the Gorizia region but the artillery is
busy there.
v ...
OTTOMANS WERE REPULSED IN
ARMENIA
The Turks who have "been recently
pressing the Russians hard in south
em Turkish Armenia, attempted an
offensive on the Black Sea coast but
the Russians sav they were driven
back .with heavy losses.
DEFERRING, TO THE DIPLOMATS
Political developments in the Bat
kans are temporarily overshadowing
even important military operations,
but there is little light on the situa
tion. Semi-official reports say Ru
mania, it is believed, has decided to re
main neutral.
D. C. AMBLER
, Daniel Griffith Ambler, 74 years of
age, for years one of Jacksonville's
most prominent citizens, died yester yesterday
day yesterday morning in a private sanitarium
in Providence, R. I. The funeral and
interment will take place in Litchfield,
Conn., in the family burying ground.
Mr. Ambler had made his home in
Washington, D. C, since 1901, leaving
Jacksonville shortly 'after the fire.
Times-Union.
.The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.
We give prescription work prompt
attention and what the doctor orders
you get The Court Pharmacy, tf

Poured by British on Germans
the Somme Front

SOME TREIICHES ALLIED
imaiiiii again
(Associated Press)
HIGH PfH CENT
DF
Reports from Punitive Expedition
Give Mexico a Good Rep as
a Health Resort
(Associated Press)
Field Headquarters, American Pun
itive Expedition, Mexico, Aug. 23.
There have been only six deaths from
disease and a present sick rate of one
and five-tenths per cent since the ex
pedition entered Mexico,, it is official
ly announced.
AMERICAN COMMISSIONERS
HAVE BEEN APPOINTED
Mott,
Gray and Lane Will
With the Mexicans
Confer
( Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 23. Secretary
Lansing announced last night the
names of the American members of
the joint commission to undertake the
settlement of the differences between
the United States and Mexico. They
are Franklin K. Lane, secretary of the
interior, Judge George Gray of Wil Wilmington,
mington, Wilmington, Del., and Dr. John R. Mott
of New York city.
All of the commissioners have ac
cepted the appointments and arrange
ments for their meeting with the
Mexican commissioners wil be made
by Secretary Lansing and Eliseo Ar-?
redondo, Carranza's ambassador des
ignate.
The -only questio nto be decided on
now is where the sessions will be held.
The Mexicans are anxious that it be
some resort on the New Jersey coast.
Probably the first problem takert lip
will be the proposed withdrawal of
American troops from Mexico. It is
expected -that this will be agreed to
by the United States commissioners,
as General Funston has already rec
ommended it.
tl is regarded here as probable that
the withdrawal of General Pershing's
men will soon be followed by the re
call of the national guard from the
border. :
BERLIN
Berlin, Ajig. 23. Miss Loureen Sis Sis-trunk
trunk Sis-trunk of ftlontbrook was the guest of
her grandparents, Rev. and Mrs.
Crumpton. the first of this week.
Mr. Robert Thomas accompanied
by Misses vLiska Collins and Sarah
Wood of Evinston, were guests of the
McCully familyNjast Thursday even
lng.- They motored home by moon
light.
Miss Fae Beck is spending this
week with her sister, Mrs. Howell of
Plant City.
Mr. Fenton Blitch and his sister,
imss uaa mitcn oi untcnton were
callers in Berlin Sunday afternoon.
We are sorry to report that Mrs. W
R. Roe is again on the sick list.
Rev. Crumpton will fill his regular
appointment at the Fellowship church
next Saturday and Sunday morning
at 11 o'clock.
Mr. Clarence Morton and brother,
James Morton and Mr. Bart Deas of
Pine Level, were guests of Mr. and S
M. Ricks last week.
Miss Janie Mae Perry spent las
Thursday night with the Misses Mc
Cully.
Miss Lora Brooks returned home
from Ocala last Saturday after
short visit with friends. She was ac
companied home by Miss Maud Mar
shall, who will be the guest of the
Misses Brooks this week.

W

HEALTH

DIPLOMATS

DICKERIHG VITH
IT MAY HIT US
Storm
from the Carribean
Traveling Around in
Circles v
Seems
. v (Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 22 The weather
bureau reports the tropical disturb disturbance'
ance' disturbance' observed yesterday apparently
west and southwest of the Turks isl
and and moving northwestward.
MAXWELL SMASHES
RECORDS IN THE WEST
Ray McNamara Makes New Time Be
tween -Spokane and Seattle,
Portland and Spokane
Ray F. McNamara, piloting a Max
well car, recently made some remark remarkable
able remarkable records on the western coast,
adding to the reputation this make
has established for all-around effi-
ciency.

He broke all speed records in a runptart on another hike Tuesday morn

rom Spokane to Seattle in a stock
Maxwell roadster. The elapsed time
for this run was eleven hours, fifty fifty-five
five fifty-five minutes. The Maxwell" bettered
he train schedule between these
points by more than an hour and Tow
ered the former automobile record by
five hours. :
McNamara averaged thirty-two
miles an hour across the desert lands
of eastern Washington. He crossed
he dangerous Blewitt Pass in the
Wenatchee "mountains and the Sno-
qualmie Pass in the Cascades after
midnight, and arrived in Seattle early
in the morning:
This record run was checked official official-y
y official-y by the newspapers of Spokane and
Washington.
Another record run for speed and
efficiency was hung. up- by McNa McNamara
mara McNamara on a -run from Portland to Spo
kane. The distance is 458 miles and
the elapsed time was fifteen hours and
thirty-one minutes. The best previous
record for this run was made last
May, when a motor car did the dis
tance in twenty hours and thirty min
utes. v;v.:. ;,.-,
McNamara attributes the success of
both runs to the quick acceleration,
perfect cooling system, excellent
brakes and the Maxwell's ability to
stand a good hard beating over a haz
ardous course.
During his tours in the west, the
Maxwell pijot has been gathering
some valuable road information for
the benefit of motorists. A recent trip
out of Portland carried him more than
1000 miles" over, deserts and through
the mountains. Rain and rough roads
followed the Maxwell through this
junket, but thetrip was made with
out a semblance of mechanical trou
ble.
OBJECTS OF PROPOSED
TRADE EXTENSION
.Some of the objects of the proposed
trade extension trip of the Tampa
board of trade are set forth in a let
ter from L. P. Dickie, secretary of the
organization, to L. R. Trammell, sec
retary of the Marion County oBard of
Trade. Mr. Dickie says: "We would
expect to hear any objections that
you may have to trading with us, and
matters that may make it impossible
for your people to deal with us, and
our party would advise what they
would like to do, and try to do. The
object of the tour is to become bet better
ter better acquainted with the people with
whom we do business.
The tentative date for the trip is
between October 16 and October 27.
A new shipment of Crane's station
er Just inall styles. The Court
Pharmacy. tf

ARMY BILL AMEIIHf

AND

(Associated Press)

Washington, Aug. 23. The Senate
today passed the army appropriation
bill with the revised articles of war
as approved by the war department.
The bill now goes back to the House,
where the amendment is expected to
be accepted.
A MUSICAL EVENING
At Black Point for the Memuers of
Company-A
(Special Correspondence of the Star)
Black Point, Aug. 20. There was a
jolly time in Co. A's stret last night
as the boys danced to f the tune of
"Don't Hesitate, But Do It Now."
Max Tobleske, with his mandolin,
and Freeman with his guitar fur furnished
nished furnished music for the. dance..
There was much musical talent
shown when the boys sung "Fare "Farewell,"
well," "Farewell," "Dear Old Girl," "I'm On My
Way to Mexico," "Down on the Rio
Grande," etc. i
To. cheer things up the boys sang
for the grand finale, "I Know You are
Waiting," "In a Garland of Old Fash Fashion
ion Fashion Roses," "Beneath the Southern
Pines," "Down on the S'wanee River"
and "I'm Coming Back to You."
The Second Regiment went out
Monday morning for a 22-mile hike,
intending to camp out at night and
return Tuesday evening, but owing to
the heavy rain that set in at 8:30 it
was decided to return to camp and
mg. rne boys returned to camp all
wet but in good spirits after making
eleven miles.
Max Tobleske, of the mounted
guards, was taken suddenly sick Sun
day night with chills and fever, but
is somewhat better. All wish "Tob"
a speedy recovery. ;
SCHNIEDER IS EXCITED
' Berlin bulletins are very brief but
but very significant these days. They
say, "Attacks on all front repulsed,"
and furnish indisputable evidence that
the Germans and their allies are on
the defensive. Star.
Yes, Mr. Editor Neutral of the
Ocala Star!
Its a defence, which holds France
from the French, Russia from the
Russians, Italy from the Italians, Bel
gium from the Belgians .and what of
England? She is willing to sacrifice
the last Frenchman, Belgian, Russian
or Italian to save her bacon.
And the defence holds. Germany
is not being devastated since October
1914. But for our peculiarly Ameri
can form of neutrality, this damnable
butchery could not halve lasted the
year 1914.
What is more, a genuinely, honest
neutrality on the part of the United
States could have prevented the holo holocaust
caust holocaust or at least could have confined
it to Austria and Serbia. For shame!
Our outrageous neutrality is likely to
prolong the slaughter, another year,
it's a highly profitable neutrality for
about two or three hundred Ameri American
can American plutes, but look out! "Chickens
are said to come home to roost," even
the present beneficiaries of our hy
pocrisy will despise us later for the
role we are playing now. C. F. S.
Strange that Comrade Schneider
can't see his own inconsistency. He
is an American citizen and as much
bound to be neutral as we are. On
the contrary, he has been much more
offensive in his denunciation of the
Allies than we have been of Ger
many., we have, never tnea to con
ceal our sympathy for the Allies nor
expected Germans to conceal theirs
for their Fatherland. What we com
plain of is the approbation by some
German-Americans of the murder of
our own people by men wearing the
kaiser's uniform.
SHARP AND FAMILY 1
ON THE HIGH SEAS
(Associated Press)
New York, Aug 23. William
Sharp, American ambassador
G.
to
France, and Miss Margaret Sharp, his
daughter, were passengers on the
French liner LaFayette yesterday
from Bordeaux.

I!

SENATE TO SUIT

SE WILL ACCEPT IT

SUFFERING IN THE
' BIG CITY
Scores of Prostrations and Four
Deaths Today from Excessive
Heat
(Associated Press)
New York, Aug. 23. There were
four deaths and scores of prostrations
as a result of the heat wave which
is prevailing in New York city. There
was only a slight increase in the in infantile
fantile infantile paralysis epidemic today.
FARM MAKERS CLUBS
AMONG COLORED PEOPLE
According to the report of A. A.
Turner, manager club agent of the
Farm Makers' Clubs, Florida A. & M.
College, -Tallahassee, there are ovei
400 negro boys and girls in this and
other -counties over the state being
taught better farming by this system
of farm training afforded them by
the state, and federal aids.
Up to the present, seven counties
are getting the benefit of this oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity among negro youth. V Twenty Twenty-nine
nine Twenty-nine of the total number enrolled dur during
ing during the past season are working in
this county and getting good results
in their work. A much larger enroll enrollment
ment enrollment will be shown another year, as
the work was no more than introduced
the past year.
Information has been received that
champions in the corn, pig, poultry
and canning clubs, including the seven
counties, "will receive the following
prizes: A scholarship in the Florida
A. & M. College, for the corn winner;,
a thoroughbred Duroc-Jersey gilt for
the winner in the pig club (March
pig); a $30 canning outfit .will be
given the best tomato grower and
one-half dozen thoroughbred pullets
and cockerel will be awarded the
champion in the poultry clubt The
prizes, named will be considered as
state prizes; county prizes will als
be given for the winners in each of
the clubs mentioned for each county.
All prizes given will be based upon
the work done by each member as
shown by the reports they submit on
their work this fall as greatest yield,
cheapest cost of production, best
written report on their work, etc.'
Fifteen canning machines have been
purchased by the various schools
working in the seven counties which
has been the means of ." Jhundreds of
cans of fruit and vegetables being put
up that would have otherwise been
wasted.
The coming of farm makers' clubs
to the negro boys and girls in this
county will afford them better oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities in farming and enable them
to show progress along the line of
better farming and better living.
ANOTHER EAKE KNOCKED OUT
Surgeons at Johns Hopkins Disap Disapprove
prove Disapprove of. Twilight Sleep
; Baltimore, Aug. 23. Johns Hop Hopkins
kins Hopkins Hospital ha"s pratically disap disapproved
proved disapproved of the "twilight sleep" method
in childbirth. The hospital authori authorities
ties authorities abandoned experimental use of
the method more than nine months
ago. The conclusion reached is that
it is too perilous, that the menace to
the life of the child is too grave to
warrant its use except under the most
favorable circumstances.
After more than a year's use of the
twilight sleep drug, scppalomin, the
obstetricians found that it could be
safely used only under exceptional
conditions because of questions re
garding the proper dosage.
SIGHTED THE DEUTSCHLAND
Newport News, Va Aug. 23. Cap
tain G. C. Olsen, of the Norwegian
steamer Alf, which arrived here yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, stated that n August 6, he
passed the German merchant sub
marine Deufschland in longitude 51
west, latitude 41.40. She was proceed
ing at a very moderate rate of speed
in an east and southeasterly direction

, ..WERE. UNRULY

An Open Break Was Narrow Narrowly
ly Narrowly Averted

EMPLOYEES SEM TO, THINK
CATSPAW OF

(Associated Press)

Washington, Aug. 23 The brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood committeemen at a meeting this
morning showed such marked signs of
unrest at the delay in the negotiations
between President Wilson and the
railroad executives that the leaders
of the brotherhoods became alarmed
and expressed fears of .their ability to
hold the committeemen in check. The
brotherhood meeting was thrown into
an uproar by the demands of the
minority, who are demanding immed immediate
iate immediate action unless the railroads accept
the president's plan. The leadersad leadersad-journed
journed leadersad-journed the meeting before any vote
could be taken. Later they said they
could hold off the minority for a
while. The committeemen meet again
tomorrow. Some of them wanted to
go home today, and leave" the brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood heads with authority to call a
strike in case the railroads don't ac accept
cept accept the president's plan. One com committeeman
mitteeman committeeman charged the railroads with
playing with the president, as he said
they had played with the brotherhoods
for time.
v While the railroad executives con continued
tinued continued in conference among them themselves,
selves, themselves, President Wilson conf en ed
with Senator Newlands and Repre Representative
sentative Representative Adamson, chairmen of the
interstate commerce committees of
Congress, over the bill to add two
members to the Interstate Commerce
Commission. Senator Newlands said
he would push the bill. This is taken
to mean it is intended, if possible, to
refer the investigation features to the
commission.
EMPLOYERS ARE WAVERING
There were many indications this
afternoon that the railroad presidents
are considering the eight-hour day,
on condition that some definite assur assurance
ance assurance be given them by the brother brotherhoods
hoods brotherhoods that in future disputes will be
arbitrated. Chairman Holden of the
special railroad committee denied the
reports that a conclusion had already
been reached.
A PHILADELPHIA LETTER
Editor Star: A stranger dropping
down into this village just now would
think that he had lost his reckoning
and that it was still July 4th, for all
public buildings, stores and private
dwellings whose owners are the proud
possessors of a piece of national
bunting are still displaying the same
from their house tops or front
porches, while a great many teams
and carriagelTand even the pulpits in
thechurciies. many of which own
beautiful silk flags, have them placed
one on .each side of the preacher. By
a little investigation I find that they
were all brought out and the whole
city beautifully decorated in honor of
the soldier boys when they left a
short time since for the Mexican
border, and the flags are still flying
that those boys may know they are
not forgotten. We think this quite a
pretty idea and commend it to the
Ocala friends of Co. A.
There are but three topics ;of con conversation
versation conversation that are admissable here
just at present. The first of hese is
the weather and it certainly is a heat
ed subject at the presnt time. Of
course Florida crackers' think they
are qualified to speak on the subject
as far as -thermometers indicate but
we'uns never experience the kind of
article that is being handed out here
just now. In Florida it is hot, very
hot, at times, but it i3 out in the
bright sunshine, while in the shade of
a tree cr house it is invariably cool.
Here the hottest weather we have i3
when the sun does not shine at all
and the humidity is thick enough to
cut with a dull knife, and the conse consequences
quences consequences of this i3 that the clang of
the ambulance bell is heard every
hour of the day hurrying some poor
wretch to the hospital overcome by
the heat. I was watching some brick bricklayers
layers bricklayers at work. A laborer emptied
his hod of bricks on a second story
scaffold and as he turned to go down

MANAGERS ARE MAKIHG A
THE PRESIDENT

GREEN IIi'iS REI1IF
American Naval Officer in Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen After an Expedition to
the Arctic
(Associated Press)
Washington, Aug. 23. Ensign
Fitzhugh Green, the American naval
officer assigned to the McMillan
Crocker land expedition, reported his
safe arrival at Copenhagen, but didn't
say, whether the expedition found
Crocker land, which some scientists
claim doesn't exist.
the ladder, he was struck by the heat
and pitched head first to the street
pavement. I find it a hard matter to
make people here believe that nothing
like that has ever happened in Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. A few days since I noticed by
the government report that it was
hotter in Philadelphia and Chicago
than 5 it was in Phoenix, Ariz., and,
that used to be called the warmest
place in the country and in the olden
times when it was only a fort, a sol soldier
dier soldier died, and his ghost had to come
back for his blankets, so you may
know it is some warm here just at
present.
Another rather general topic of
conversation is 'the war and strangers
like us have to be rather cautious how
me express our opinions in strange
company for as likely as not there
may be a wide difference between
their' convictions and ours, and while
a possible majority of the "people
here deploxfithe war they have but
little complaint to, make against what
it has. done for business, for in last
evening's paper I counted over five
solid columns of help wanted.
In speaking of the inconveniences
arising from the war some one pre predicts
dicts predicts a shortage of blue pencils on
account of not getting the dye stuff
from Germany. Now if there is, a
scarcity of pens because all steel
works are now making bullets, and
the paste pot material is sent to help
feed the Belgians, what are the poor
editors to do for tools.
Of course we hear considerable
baseball talk as the Philadelphia club
is now next to the top but the Brook Brooklyn
lyn Brooklyn team, which is No. 1, refuse to be
beaten and are keeping the Phillies
out of their proper place. A reporter
said that it was very foolish of some someone
one someone wasting their efforts in blowing
up ships and ammunition warehouses,
for if they would drop a few dynamite
bombs on the heads of the Brooklyn
club they might be doing some good
for this country. H.'C. Packham.
- IRVINE
Irvine,' Aug. 22. DrJ and Mrs. J. L.
Davis" left Monday for Hot Springs,
Ark.
Mrs. Zora Mclver and Mi3s Mamie
Fant are spending the week with Mr.
and Mrs. Dug Fant of Flemington.
Mrs. L. K. Edwards and daughter,
Mis3 Ruby, returned Sunday from
Worthington.
Mr. L. K. Edward3 visited Worth Worthington
ington Worthington Springs Sunday and reported a
grand time.
Mr. Clarence Chitty, Mr. Strickland
and Roscoe- Collings visited Worth
ington Springs Sunday."
Mr. John Smoak and Mr. David
Payne of Fairfield were Sunday vis visitors.
itors. visitors. Mrs. George Blitch has been on the
sick list.
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Blitch and Mr.
and Mrs. Fenton Blitch passed thru
Irvine from the picnic at Flemington
last Wednesday.
Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
We carry a full line of Thermos fill fillers.
ers. fillers. The Court Pharmacy. tf



OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1915
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TWO

Ocala is not dead. She is only tak taking
ing taking a siesta.

About 80 per cent of the people of
America favor the Allies.

Mr. Hughes is not flaunting the
bloody shirt, and the democrats who
say he is are not helping their cause.
Railroad men, their families and de dependents
pendents dependents number about ten million
people, which is almost 10 per cent of
the population of America.

"Language," said a wise man, "is
used to conceal 'our thoughts," and
sometimes we think people use their
faces to hide their feelings.

R. V. Tracy, supervisor of registra registration
tion registration of Baker county, says that the
ballots stolen from the box at Glen
St. Mary favor Hudson for high man.
A large crop of wooden arms and
legs in Europe is the, legitimate re result
sult result of wooden heads in the Austro Austro-German
German Austro-German governments two years ago.

Right now, while everything is
serene, would be a mighty good time
for Ocala to institute a white pri primary.
mary. primary. It would save much agitation
and bitter feeling in the future.

Sturkie announces thru the press
that he isn't for Catts. If we were
Sturkie we would envelop ourself in
a wide, thick silence and remain in inside
side inside of it until the campaign of 1924.

The 'Germans have dug themselves
into impregnable positions on the
Riga front. But if the Russians win
far enough in Galicia, the Germans
will have to abandon the Baltic provr
inces without fighting.

The London Times says that Amer America,
ica, America, by its weak and wavering foreign
policy, has lost' its post-bellum rights".
America is like any other nation. It
is sure to lose the rights it is not
strong enough to keep. x .'-V
Congress has so far done nothing
toward preparedness except i appro appropriate
priate appropriate a great deal of other peopled
money. And the average congress congress-man
man congress-man will divert as much of said mon money
ey money as possible into his own pork bar barrel.
rel. barrel. ''-: ; v; ;

We notice the Zolfo Truth is run running
ning running its tax list on a supplement.
Hope the Truth won't have any trou trouble
ble trouble about collecting its pay. We have
always understood that running a
legal advertisement on a supplement
made it of' no effect.

The republicans thought they had
a Daniel come from judgment, but
they find that it is only a Jonah.
Columbia State.
Reminds us more of another gentle gentleman
man gentleman of scripture note, whose mon mon-aker
aker mon-aker was Jeremiah. V

Of course Americans can't under understand
stand understand the French spirit of "revanche."
The average American will not only
forgive the slayer of his best friend,
but will sign a petition to have him
pardoned out of the penitentiary in a
year or two after the killing.

In recommending that Pershing's
troops be withdrawn from Mexico,
Gen. Funston is probably doing what
he is ordered to do. If they remain,
they will eventuallybring on war, and
the administration doesn't want war.
But it does want to save its face. ;

We see very little use in the ship shipping
ping shipping bill just passed. If it had been
put thru a year and a half ago, and
the government had bought the Ger German
man German ships interned in our harbors,
and sent -them to sea, we would now
be carrying a large proportion of the
world's trade. The bill now is only a
bill without any ships. .
Rather than take the- trouble. to
change the marks on the ballots,
somebody at Glen St. Mary destroyed
the entire contents of the box. Sig Significantly,
nificantly, Significantly, the precinct gave a large
plurality to Catts-Tampa Tribune.
Very significant indeed. Looks like
the Catts faction was afraid of a re recount
count recount and took the most effectual
means to prevent it.

It is an openly stated belief in some
quarters that if the great strike
comes, President Wilson will operate
the railroads until such time as the
men and the managers.can come to
an agreement. Augusta Chronicle.
It would be the proper thing for
him to do, and most of the people in
the country would approve of it.

It's because we haven't the nerve
of some people. that we ain't rich. The
other day, a steamship company which
has been doing business for forty
years, but which never gave the Star
a line of advertising, launched a new
boat, and in commemoration thereof
sent the Star a page description of the
proceedings, with cuts of the boat
end the high mucky-mucks of the

company. It would have been, about
twenty times the space we give to
launching the biggest battleship in
the United States navy, and we were

expected to print it for its news value.
Said news value to readers of this

paper would be about six lines.

SENSIBLE SOLUTION

The following from the Arcadia

News seems to the Star such a sensi

ble recommendation as to the best way
of settling the Knott-Catts dispute

that we reprint it in full and give it

our hearty endorsement:

There is one way, and only one way,
that the Knott-Catts contest may be
settled to the satisfaction of those

who wish justice to prevail." It has al

ready been demonstrated beyond the
shadow of a doubt that many errors
were made in the .tabulation "of the

second choice votes. Mr. Knott says
he is now satisfied that such errors
were made in every county. We be

lieve he is correct in his statement.

Under such circumstances the state
executive committee should request
the election officers of each precinct
in the state to reconvene and again
tabulate the second choice votes, us using
ing using every precaution to see "that no
errors, are made. Should there be a
state-wide movement to this end, in
the interest of party harmony, there

will, be few election officers who wil

refuse to do this without pay, prob

ably none. In the meantime, each
candidate should pledge himself to
abide by the results of this recount.

in conversation witn one oi our

strongest editors in the state, a Catts
supporter, this week, he said if such

a thing were attempted he would per

sonally request Mr. Catts to abide by
this recount, and if he refused he
would no longer support him. This
question should be settled by the
party rather than by the courts, if at
all possible. It will be better for the
party for it to be settled thus. We

voted for Mr. Knott and will yet sup

port him unless some condition arises
to indicate a spirit of unfairness and
dishonesty.upon his par, but we now

say what the prominent editor above

mentioned said of Mr. Catts, that if
Mr. Knott will not agree to abide by

a recount of the second choice votes

as ordered by the state executive

committee, then we will no longer
support him. We may not support
him any way, but such a refusal upon
his part will show such a spirit of un unfairness
fairness unfairness that we are unwilling to sup support
port support any man for this high office who
is not willing to have his party cor

rect known errors. The only thing
the people are asking is that there

be a correct, and honest tabulation of

all the votes cast. No orie doubts the
nomination of Mr. Catts by the votes

as certified to, but every well inform

ed person knows that many errors

have been; made in regard to second
choice votes, which votes are as much

entitled to be counted as the j first

choice. The correction of all these

errors may or may not lose the nom

ination for Mr. Catts. The people of

Florida are not nearly so much con
cerned as to which of these two gen

tlemen shall be governor as they are
as to which of the two has honestly
received the nomination. It will never
be determined as to which of the two
is honestly .nominated until there

shall have been a recount of all the

votes, and not merely a recount in a
few precincts. This statement seems
so plain that we can not conceive how

any one can question its correctness.

Gen. Alfred Ayer met Catts in de

bate' at Flemington last week and, ac

cording to reports we have from
those present, entirely vanquished
him. Any well informed man who is

agood speaker can put the kibosh on

Catts. Catts has several different

sets of speeches. When he goes into

a town, where he finds newspaper re

porters listening, he "roars as gently
as a sucking dove." But. when he
gets out in some back district where
he thinks the people know nothing he

rants. A good stenographer to stay

with him ; on his tour, and make re
ports of his speeches, could more com

pletely confute his arguments than

any other agency.

Prom t his raweiriiLal

ENGIME

One Florida editor seems to be aw

fully mad about Ring Lardner's stuff
in the Saturday Evening Post under

the heading "Gullible's Travels." It

is a very funny lot of rot. The editor
must be lacking .in appreciation of

humorous writing. St. Petersburg

Independent.
There is 'more truth than humor in
Lardner's story. Plenty of Florida
people have handed us the same dope,

THE STAR'S PHONES

The editor's phone, is ?
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while the 'business office re-
mains the same. Our friends
will save themselves possible
. annoyance and delay by keep-
ing this in mind when calling
up the Star office in future.
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Almost 34 horse-power from this reg regular
ular regular stock Maxwell engine
34 actual, brake horse-power!
Proved by an accurate dynamometer
test, made in the Maxwell laboratories
August 10, 1916.
There has been a lot of talk about
horse-power, and we just want to let
Maxwell owners and prospective owners
know that in respect to horse-power, as
in most other respects, the Max wel 1
leads by a comfortable margin. Not
that we attach s.uch great importance to
horse-power. We don't We never have.
Horse-power abundant horse-power
is only one of many superior features
of the Maxwell.
We are selling motor cars Complete
motor cars not engines or horse-power.
Horse-power is a matter that is second secondary
ary secondary to motor efficiency and economy..
A giant has no advantage if he does not

apply, or wrongly applies, his strength.
Maxwell cars have horse-power all
you want or need probably more per
pound of car weight than any other
automobile in the world.
But we don't make any loud cry
about it.
Because we have more than horse horsepower
power horsepower to sell you.
Because you are, and should be, inter interested
ested interested in results, the net effectiveness of
power.
. We challenge competitive tests. We
invite comparison.
Because we absolutely know; that no
car of its class or weight can surpass
the Maxwell on speedways, on rough
roads, through sand or mud, anywhere.
And because we know, and you will
, know, that, everything considered, the
Maxwell is the World's Greatest Motor
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rather less artistically framed up. We
think Lardner was unfair to Fort
Pierce, however. ;

Henry "Morgenthau, who quite suc successfully
cessfully successfully represented the United
States at Constantinople for over
two years, is" a Jew and his successor,
Abraham L Elkus, is also a Jew.
Somehow, Jews get along better with
the Turks than any other people.
There was hardly anything in reason
that the Turkish government wouldn't
do for Morgenthau, whose influence
helped many British, French and
Italians out of trouble.

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It's all right to sneer at the mobil mobilization
ization mobilization of our national guard on the
Mexican border as compared with the
mobilization of the German army on
the frontiers of France and Russia.

But there is one thing to remember.
The single state of .Texas is bigger

than the empire of Germany. If Ger Germany
many Germany had had to move her troops
from Berlin to Moscow, instead of

approximately one-tenth the distance,
she might not have made such a good

record. . : '

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Starving Armenians, who cannot be

fed by the United States because of

Turkish interference, have been fore

ed to turn to cannibalism, and are

eating human flesh. The God of the
Christians be praised! The Allah of
the Turks be damned! Tampa Times.
As the God of the Christians hasn't

interfered in favor of the Armenians,
it is not to be wondered that the

Turks think Allah is the biggest.

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Where Shall I Go To School ?

Notice to Eastern Stars
There will be a regular meeting
Thursday night, August 24 of Ocala
Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.
Mrs. H. B. Arnold, of Gainesville,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
K. Robinson.
During a part of her visit here,
Miss Ruby Pearl Mann, of Winter

Haven, was the truest of Miss Mabel

Akins.

...
Mrs. Frank Lane, after a pleasant

visit to her sister. Mrs. William

Charles, has returned to her home in

Tampa.

Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall of Ocala

are among the prominent visitors who
arrived in the city yesterday. Tney

are registered at the Aragon. Jack

sonville Metropolis.

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Mr. W. W. Clyatt is

Franklin, N. C, where he visited Mrs.
Clyatt and Miss Nan Brooks, who are

spending the summer there. Mrs

Clvatt and Miss Brooks will remain

for some weeks yet.'

Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Williams are

very proud of the little son who cam
to their home at Brooksville Sunday.

It is their second child, the first be being
ing being a pretty little girl. And their

joy is shared by the little boy's grand

parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Williams

of this city.

Mr. P. V. Leavengood returned to

day from Stanton, where he went for

visit to his mother, Mrs. A. J

Leaven erood. who has been quite ill.

He was accompanied by his sister,

Mrs. M. D. Turnipseed, of Dunnellon,

who went to Stanton on the same

mission, and returned home this after

noon. Mr. Leavengood and Mrs. Tur

nipseed left their mother, somewhat

improved.

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A jolly party composed of Misses

Marie Burnett, Isabel Blowers, Dixon

ia Robert and Edith Edmondson and

Messrs. Sam Fraser, Carroll Fraser

Harry Stein, Marshall Bouvier, W

W. Riley, and Masters Chas. Harris

and Raymond Edmondson, motored to

Lake Weir last evening in the big
I Dobb's machine and enjoyed apicnic

supper and a splash. The party were

chaneroned bv Mr. and Mrs. C E

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Harris.

J. M. Harvey and C. E. Ball, two

prominent business men of Tampa, ac

companied by Mr. Harvey's daughter.

Miss Marion, and Miss Nellie Nelson J

were in the city in Mr. Harvey's car

yesterday.' They went south in the af

ternoon and spent the night with Dr

and Mrs. Henry at Lake Weir. To

day they went on to Orlando, where

Mr. Harvey, who is' an enthusastic

eolfer. exnects to play off a match

They expect to return to Ocala Fri

day, and from here the gentlemen

will go on to Tampa, leaving the

voime ladies to spend a week with

friends here.

Miss Dorothy Schreiber entertained

the Tuesday auction club at her home

on Oklawaha avenue at -4 o'clock yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon. Besides the mem members
bers members of the club Miss Schreiber had

as guests Miss Hilda Budd, her charm charming
ing charming visitor from Leesburg, and.Misses

Hope Robinson, Hester Dewey, Adele
Bittinger and Annie Davis. The club
members present were Misses Marion
Dewey,- Nellie Gottlieb, Ellen Clark Clark-son,
son, Clark-son, Mary McDowell Helen Brown
Mrs. R. NT Dosh and Mrs. Herbert
Lattner. The visitors prize; was won
by Miss Bittinger, and the club prize

by Miss Marion Dewey, both boxes of

correspondence cards. Ice cream and
cake were served.

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Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Dodge left to today
day today on the Lenape for New York city.
Jacksonville Metropolis.
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Mr. and Mrs. W. V. Newsom oi
Ocala, have returned from a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to New York city Mrs. New Newsom
som Newsom and baby will spend a month with
Mrs. Newsom's parents, Mt and Mrs.
A. K. Taylor, at their home in Or Ortega.
tega. Ortega. Jacksonville Metropolis.

Mr. Newsom returned tor. Ocala
Monday morning and. has resumed his
work at the Commercial Bank. He
says he and his family had a delight

ful trip.

"The Weakness of Man," which
was seen here yesterday, is really a

big story, that ia by no means made
the most of by the Brady-World
studios. The story itself saves the
picture from mediocrity. Pictorially
the feature is poor. Even with these
shortcomings, however, it is one of

he best things that has been seen

here.

Let Cecil B. DeMille and his able

art assistant, Wilfred Buckland, try
their hands with this story. Jesse L.
Lasky will some day be recognized as

having taken a most important part

in the development of the art of the

motion pictures. Until color photo photography
graphy photography is perfected motion pictures

must be done in monochrome, and full

color must be suggested by the con

trasts of light and shade.

Today's program at the Temple is

as follows: "The Last Shot," a Lubm
drama; "Just Gold," a Biograph
drama; Vernon Howe Bailey's sketch

book of Chicago; Paramount Bray

cartoon.

"Public Opinion," a Lasky produc-

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tion. will be seen nere tomorrow, witn

Blanch Sweet the star. The produc

tion is said to be one of .the most

aviKh the Laskv company has ever

made. Miss Sweet appears as a train

ed nurse on trial for murder, and

there is one of those big court scenes

that Lasky does so well.

SPRING CLEANING

By LOUISE OUVEFL

"New Things" at the Walk-Over Shop

PLUMBING AND

ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING

When you have plumbing or elec

trical contracting let as lurnish you

estimates. No jou to large and none

to small. H. W. Tucker. tf

HAVING i ROUBLE

WITH YOUR CAR;

Then bring it to me. Remedying

automobile troubles is my business.

Honest," efficient service; you pay. foi

the time put in on your car only. J

A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone

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

NOTICE

Robert Wilson, a boy of 11 years

old ran away from the home of his

father, E. H. Wilson, on the night of

August 18th, by the aid of some one

unknown Anyone handling this boy
in anv wav without notifying hi3

father within three days after his ar
rival will be prosecuted to the full ex

tent of the law. E. H. Wilson,

8-21-3t-w-25-lt. Ocala, Fla.

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square for K. of P. picnic at 10 a. m

Thursday. All K. of P's. and their

families are invited to come out with

well filled baskets. Committee.

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This is a good buy as there is going

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"The John Dozier Co." will under-

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Horse, cow and poultry feed, corn

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Miss Hannah was cleaning her at

tic With sleeves rolled up over her

plump elbows, her hair tucked se

curely under a blue dustcap and her

figure completely hidden by a big
apron, she was reveling in houseclean-ing.

The warm, sweet breeze blew in

through the open windows and with
it came the perfume of apple blossoms.

In her line of vision directly across

the street, two figures passed one an another,
other, another, and Miss Hannah paused in her

scrubbing. To a casual observer noth nothing
ing nothing had happened except that a young
man and a young woman had bowed
to each other, but to Miss Ilannah,
with her sharp eyes and her finowl-

edge of things and people, a tragedy

had occurred. And knowing this, she
craned her neck just a little to get a
better view of a certain house on
the opposite side of the street.

I thought so. Sam's outside, the

cranky, miserly old sinner. Its a

shame," that's what it is. They are so

dead in love with each other they II
never be a mite o' good till they get
married, and there isn't any- gOGd rea

son why they shouldn't. Harleys got
a right decent position, and if Sam
Martin wasn't as tight as a fiddlestring
he'd giveBetty a nice, substantial wed wedding
ding wedding present and say, "God bless-you,
my children!"
Miss Hannah wiped her eyes. "My
heart aches for the poor dears. Dear
knows Betty has been an angel to
that eld crank of a grandfather. There
Isn't another soul this side of heaven
that could have kept house for him.
I wouldn't for a million dollars, if he
is my very own cousin."
So worked up was Miss Hannah that
housecleaning had lost its charms. De Descending
scending Descending to the first floor, she went out
and across the street where the enemy
was working in a flower bed by the
porch. -.
"Good morning, Sam J"
"What do you want? Another aid
baby needin help?. Nope, not to today."
day." today." r
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jusi ware uu you re asitea Deiore

you refuse, please. I came to see
about Betty She and Harley want to
get married, and there isn't a reason
on this green earth why you should be

so mean as not to let them. Why,

Betty's been -The
old man's eyes blazed.

"You keep quiet, you meddler. It's

my business and not yours. Betty's

mother married a poor man and I had
to keep him when he, got sick, and

her, too, and after they both died it

was the girl. And now she wants to
marry a pauper. It'll be the same thing
over again! What do you think I am,
an institution for the down and

out?"
Miss Hannah went home crestfallen

She felt that she had only made, mat matters
ters matters .worse for the two she had been

so anxious to help. "The Worst of
Sam's meanness is," she reflected,

"that he didn't make a cent of it him

self. It was merely an accident of
law that gave him that estate when
there was no will, and I never could

see why Brother Tom and I hadn't a

right to some of It,"

Harley, having delivered a paper to

a client, went on his way back to the

office, and Betty, her errand finished

was on her way home when they met
under a blossoming peach tree that

spread over the fence of the Collins

yard. ;
It was impossible to pass, such

vision without stopping and whisper

. ing a word that brought the color fly

ing to Betty's cheeks. "Oh, Harley,"
she protested,' "you know we prom promised
ised promised not to not to She faltered
and her eyes filled.

"Well, I was a fool to promise any

thing so Impossible, and I m going

right over and tell him so. This is

a free country, and I guess I can talk
to whomever I please!"

But It seemed he was to be spared

the trouble of a trip in order to un unburden
burden unburden 'himself to Betty's irate rela

tive, for the old man, crossing the

street to, borrow a trowel from the

Watsons, looked their way and saw

the lovers talking under the peach
tree. Changing his course, he made

straight In their direction.

Just then Miss Hannah, holding a

yellow, ; much-creased paper in her

trembling fingers and trying her best

to convince herself that she was not

dreaming, happened to look out of the

window and saw exactly what was
happening.

Without hesitating an Instant; ae

ran downstairs and out of the front

door, still holding the discolored -bit
of paper In her hand. .

"Sam!" she said. "Sam, wait a

minute."

But Sam didn't hear; at least he

did not. halt.

"Sam!" she called again. And, so

running and calling, she reached the

peach tree at the same-instant that

Betty's grandfather stepped up ana
shook his fist under Harley's nose.

"Look here, Sam Martin!" she cried

excitedly, "I found grandfathers last
will up In the old chest, and Tom and

I have a right to two-thirds of your
money. I'm going to give my share to
those two lambs this minute, and
there's going to be a wedding at my
house about tomorrow, or I miss my

guess. "There now! You just step
along back home out of my way, will
you? I've got some thing3 to talk
over with Harley and Betty before
luneh!"
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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 23, 1916

OCALA OCCURRENCES

Woodmen meet Friday evening.
We carry a full line of -Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's tf
Fresh fall garden seed now in. The
Ocala Seed Store. 8-t-tf
Bean seed and multiplying onion
sets. Bitting & Co. tf.
John M. Graham arrived from Ocala
yesterday and is registered at the
Aragon. Jacksonville Metropolis. :
- : : : V
Mr. W. II. McRainey of Wildwood
was in the city today. Mr. McRainey
is one of the true developers of the
country. He is operating a big crate
and basket mill, an ice factory- and
cold storage plant, an electric lighting
plant and a number of other business
enterprises.
Commissioners Carn, Hutchins,
I.uffman and Pyles left this morning
for Brooks county, Georgia, to inspect
the White road working truck. Com
missioner Fort did not go.
Arguments in the contest of the
sheriff's race in "this county will be
made before Judge Bullock in cham
bers on Saturday morning..
Bennett "and Temple at the Ocala
House Lunch Rooms say they will
have to have more space. Their
tables are taken every day.
Mrs. J. H. Strunk and children
have returned from a two months
visit at Murphy, N. C, and are very
much improved by the mountain air
of the old North State. Miss Cath Catherine
erine Catherine stopped in Jacksonville for a
few week's visit with friends.
At the meeting of" Tulula Lodge
last night, Messrs. George Green, T.
D. Lancaster and J. H. Pegram were
instructed in the lessons of the third
degree and took their places in the
lodge as full-fledged Odd Fellows.
Anyone intending to attend the Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs picnic of the Knights of
Pythias next Thursday with no trans transportation
portation transportation arrangements to the
springs, should notify one of the mem members
bers members of the committee on arrange arrangements,
ments, arrangements, Jake Brown, D. W. Tompkins
or F. E. Wetherbee, who will see to it
that all get there.
Ocala is about to lose Dr. D. M.
Boney, the eye specialist. On his re recent
cent recent visit to Tampa, a very flattering
Offer was made Dr. Boney, and tho' he
thinks a great deal of his friends andl
practice in this city, he feels like he
cannot afford to refuse. Ocala will
miss Dr., Boney, who has been a good
citizen for many yearsand stands in
the very front rank of his profession.
He will probably go to Tampa next
week.
Mr. Van Boney has gone to Tampa,
.to bring up his big Hudson six, which
has been carrying passengers in that
city. He will send his Cadillac eight,
"one of the finest cars in Marion coun county,
ty, county, to Jacksonville to" be overhauled
and repainted for the winter business.
TheHVelch Lumber Co., has secured
contracts for several store fronts, and
for a laundry in Leesburg. This com
pany i3 also furnishing the lumber
and mill work for the new hotel being
erected at Howie.
R. W. Blacklock, county demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration agent, said this morning that the
hog cholera situation in the county is
improving. With the supply of free
serum no longer available, the farm farmers
ers farmers are beginning to club together to
purchase the serum to check the dis disease.
ease. disease. -Mr. C. A. Tremere of .Belleview,
was last night installed as exalted
ruler of the Elks. Mr. Tremere suc succeeds
ceeds succeeds Mr.' R. S. Rogers. ''
To date 59 pure bred hogs have
been ordered by R. W Blacklock, the
county demonstration agent, of which
49. are, for Marion county, and 10 for
Alachua county. Today Mr. Blacklock
is ordering two gilts and a boar for
Mr. T. C. Carter, As most of the
hogs ordered are bred sows, this time
next year will see the Hampshire
breed well established in this county,
in accordance with the plan to make
Marion famous for one breed.
Mr. W. W. Condon and a friend may
call at S. Demetre's store, next to
Fishel's, and drink bottled coca-cola at
the expense of this company, by show showing
ing showing this notice. The Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works.
. Mr. N. Moses, who has had charge
of the branch wholesale grocery busi business
ness business of S. A. Moses & Brother in
Gainesville for the past several
months, is at home again. The busi business
ness business of the Ocala place. is growing so
that it needs his services and the
Gainesville place is running so
smoothly that he can leave it jus now.
Nathan Mayo, of Summerfield, was
in the city today. Besides putting in
a plant at Summerfield for the pur purpose
pose purpose of handling corn, he has installed
a ginnery to take care of cotton, both
long and short staple. He says that
there has been a big increase in the
cotton crop of the county.

- Had No Kick Coming.
Guest (in restaurant) Say, waiter.
I ordered a spring chicken, did I not?
Waiter Dat am what yo' did, sah.
Guest Well, this fowl you brought
me is one of the pair Noah had in the
ark. : l'
Waiter Tassah! but yo'-all ain't got
no kick comin', sah. Ef dat chicken
hadn't bin pow'rful healthy hit wouldn't
neber done reach'd dat advanced age
aah.,'
She Got Them All.
"And you say your teacher threat
ened to pull out one of your teeth ev
ery time you disobeyed her?" asked
the uncle.
"Yes, sir," replied the boy.
"And did she do it?"
"She certainly did."
"And now you are afraid to go back
to school?"
"I'm not afraid to go back; but
what's the use? I'm all out of teeth.'
Relative Value.
"Why don't you pay your subscrip
tion in garden stuff?" inquired the ed
itor of the Punkintown Gazette.
"Well," replied Farmer Corntossel,
'Td hate to look stingy when I was
handin' you cabbage an' tomatoes. The
way the cost of. food has been goin', it
'ud be hard to give you anything no noticeable
ticeable noticeable that wouldn't be worth more
than the regular money.".
- Incapacitated.
. "I thought you said you would cut
some wood If I gave you your break breakfast'
fast' breakfast' said the housewife.;
"So I did, ma'am," replied the tramp,
his features apparently distorted with
pain, "but how did I know I wu goln'
ter have dis acute attack of Indiges
tion?"
ON THE CONTRARY.
i TheTenderfoot Don't you find liv
ing very expensive down here in the
oumwesi i
The Roughneck Oh! no. We hold
life cheap here.
- ', Disappointed.
There never was a sinner yet
Was altogether bad,
"But when his neighbors find that out.
It seems to make them sad.
What Did She Mean?
. "Is there not a fool born every
minute?" she asked.
' "How should I know?" was his re
ply.
"Well, I always thought when a per
son wanted information she should go
to headquarters."
t Same Thing.
"That lawyer had 'the same job in
court 'he had just- given his man-of-
all-work at his home."
"What was it?"
"Whitewashing a 'fence.'
Rare Combination.
"Is Mrs. Dubwaite an expert bridge
player?" :
, "Yes. A remarkable woman."
"Because she plays bridge so well?"
"No. Because she's such a good
housekeeper you'd never suspect' it.
No Wonder.
"I never came across a man so lack
lag in foresight as Jones."
"But you must make allowance for
that. He used to be employed In the
weather office.'.
Going Him One Better.
"My ancestors came over In the
Mayflower," remarked the man who
prided himself on his pedigree.
"That's" nothing," growled the ple
beian.
Mine sailed in the ark."
A Mistake.
"That baby takes after Its father.
"Oh, you don't know anything about
its father. He never would leave any
thing behind for even a baby to take.'
Optimistic Thought.
It Is a shameful thing to be weary
of Inquiry when what we search for
is excellent.

WHAT IS "HORSEPOWER

A good many people have asked
what is the horsepower of the Max
well. Read the big advertisement and
its horsepower elsewhere in this is issue.
sue. issue. The Maxwell's heavy motor
will take the car and its load over
any road in Florida. That ought to
satisfy prospective owners. Those
who now own and drive them say they
have horsepower in plenty and the
best cooling system of them all.
While he has not completed his es
timate, George Giles said this morn morning
ing morning that the acreage of cotton in Ma Marion
rion Marion county at present exceeds that of
last year by about 50 per cent. Most
of it is long staple. A part of the has
been damaged bythe heavy rains and
by rust and other agencies. The
acreage last year, according to Giles,
was about 1,000 acres.
MrTC. A. Tremere of Belleview was
in town last night to attend the
meeting of the Elks, of which he is
exalted ruler.
LIST OF MAGAZINES
AT THE LIBRARY
Following is a list of magazines, to
be read at the library when it it open:
Scientific American, Collier?. Sat
urday Evening Post, Country Gentle Gentleman,
man, Gentleman, Literary Digest, Review of Re
views, Popular Mechanics, The. Out
look, Scribner's, Harper's, Century,
Bookman, St. Nicholas, Little Folks,
American, Youths Companion, Ameri
can Boy, Woman's Home Companion,
Delineator, Ladies' World, Ladies'
Home Journal, Pictorial Review, Mod
ern Priscilla, The Musician, Garden
Magazine, McClure's, Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur
rent Opinion, Physical Culture, Good
Housekeeping.
STANDING COMMITTEES
OF THE CITY COUNCIl
Finance D. W; Tompkins, chair
man; G. A. Nash, W. A. Knight.
Cemetery J. T. Moore, chairman;
D. E. Mclver, H. A. Weathers.
Judiciary J. M. Meffert, chairman;
J. J. Gerig, D. E. Mclver.
Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W. A. Knight.
Fire J. J. Gerig:, chairman ; J M.
Meffert, G. A.. Nash. v
Po?ise W. A. Knight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, H. M. Weathers.
Market. H. .M. Weathers, 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. M. Mef Meffert.
fert. Meffert. :::::--'
Building H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.'
Forethought.
Willis "They say Doctor Bump is
very quick to send a bill." Gillis
"Quick! C He is premature. I hap happened
pened happened to mention to him this morning
that I am going to a bachelor supper
tqnight." Willis "Yes?" Gillis "And
this afternoon I received a bill for to
morrow morning's services." Judge.
His Deduction.
: "What conclusion did you draw from
your study of that ancient Egyptian
inscription?" asked the professor of
archeology." "Why," replied the su
perficial student. "I decided that the
old Egyptians had their comic artists.
the same as we have."
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The 'Pleasant Pel Pel--
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Depend upon this grand remedy to give
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and all who contemplate marriage should
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TAX NOT WARRANTED

Sugar Companies Evidently Need
No Assistance
Injustice to Make Consumers Contrib Contribute
ute Contribute MOney for Their Benefit Ad Additional
ditional Additional Revenue Should Be
Raised in. Other Ways.
The Wall Street Journal a short
time ago contained an article on do domestic
mestic domestic sugar companies, a part of
which is as follows:
"It is understood that the Great
Western Sugar company has been rip ripening
ening ripening a melon which is almost ready
for plucking. This company, one Jot
the largest beet-sugar producers in
the world, has prospered enormously
since the war lifted raw sugar prices
to the highest level in years. The
common stock, cf which there is $10, $10,-544,000
544,000 $10,-544,000 outstanding, has advanced
from $50 per share last September to
the present market of $200. .
"It is said on authority that the 1915
earnings were safely over 50 per cent
on the common stock. For the current
year. If sugar prices hold, the com company
pany company may easily earn $70 per share.
. . Great Western is In a position
to pay a handsome extra dividend in
cash, or to capitalize part of its bulky
surplus by the 'declaration of a stock
dividend."
In view of the facts thus Set forth,
is there the slightest Justification for
the United States government giving
this bloated corporation the privilege
of taxing American consumers an ex extra
tra extra cent per pound on all the beet
sugar they use? Yet that is what the
government will do, if it retains the
tariff on sugar. It seems to the Jour Journal
nal Journal that the only fair," sensible and
Democratic thing to do is to put sugar
on the free list and raise any addi additional
tional additional revenue needed by a national
inheritance tax. Chicago Journal.,
People With the President.
Congress is optimistic now over the
outlook for the future of the nation s
relations with foreign countries, ac according
cording according to Congressman George Hud Hud-dleston.
dleston. Hud-dleston. "Recent developments have only
served to strengthen President Wilson
with the members of ( both houses of
congress and with the people of the
nation," declared Congressman Hud Hud-dleston.
dleston. Hud-dleston. "There" is an optimistic feel feeling
ing feeling among the leaders in Washington
now regarding our foreign relations,
and ; the general opinion is that
through the able guidance of the presi president
dent president we will weather the storms and
come out with honor and without any
war. This is true as regards both Ger Germany
many Germany and Mexico.
"There have been times when many
of the leaders of congress' were in inclined
clined inclined to criticize the president for his
conduct of foreign affairs. Some con contended
tended contended that he was too slow to act
while others thought he acted with too
great haste. But every day, ses the
president grow stronger in the opinion
of the meii in congress,' both among
the Democrats and the Republicans.
The president is the right man in the
right place at this 'time; but for his
wise guidance and able leadership, the
nation would long since either have
been plunged into a great war or else
might have suffered her honor to be
besmirched;"
- The Secretary of War.
Secretary Baker strongly impressed
the company at the dinner of the
American Publishers' association as a
man of large personal force, clear
vision, and ; obvious .sincerity. His
speech dispelled the illusion that he
is inclined to be a pacifist, to heed the
sentimental cry that a nation ready to
defend itself is ever In danger of be being
ing being led into war by Its pride in its
military resources. He Is a good speak speaker.
er. speaker. His timely utterances were deliv delivered
ered delivered with facility and grace. In his
first public appearance In this part iOf
the country he revealed some of the
power which has given him distinction
in his own state. He has become a
national personage,
Secretary Baker-removed all doubts
of the will of the war department, un under
der under his direction, to lend all its ener energies
gies energies to the execution of the plans for
preparedness on land favored by con congress.
gress. congress. New York Times.
I Will Find Wilson Hard to Beat.
Republicans will need their best
man to beat Wqodro w Wilson. It will
never do for them to undervalue his
fighting power. A Republican Unjted
States senator from the West recent recently
ly recently stated the blunt truth 'when he said
that Wilson is today a. million votes
stronger than the Democratic party.
One would believe, this if, he imag imagined
ined imagined Wilson out of the race and any
other Democrat nominated at St.
Louis. It would mean a Republican
walk-over. But there will be none
with Wilson at the head of the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic ticket. New York Evening
Post.
Wilson's Re-eiecticn Sure.
There have been times when some
of the party leaders were afraid that
President Wilson could not be re reelected,
elected, reelected, but that has passed now. Tho
.feeling in Washington is that no mat matter
ter matter whether the Republicans nd the
Progressives get together or not, Wil Wilson
son Wilson Is certain to be elected. The Dem Democratic
ocratic Democratic leaders are confident of suc success,
cess, success, and they are not worrying about
the man the Republicans may name.
The prosperity wave is still rising
In the United States.
Please don't forget that we carry
the famous NORRIS candies, the best
made. Fresh each week. The Court
Pharmacy. v. tf
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and E&1BALUERS
PHONES 47, 104 C$
OCALA FLORIDA,

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED Four or five room fur furnished
nished furnished bungalow or cottage, by man
and wife; no children. Address "D"
care Star office. 21-3t
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
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. 8-6t
FOR SALFj Stove wood, seasoned
pine and cypress, a large load for a
dollar. Phone 223. Prompt delivery.
Welch Lumber Co. 8-5-tf
FOR RENT A two-story house with
all modern conveniences, in two blocks
of the square. Apply to Dn Walter
Hood.- 8-1-tf
FOR RENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap Ap-ply
ply Ap-ply to RR. Carroll, Star office, tf
Willie Knew.
"Willie," said the Sunday school
teacher, "who was it that was swal swallowed
lowed swallowed by the whale?" "Hoodoo," re replied
plied replied Willie, with the promptness born
of perfect confidence. Puck.
HELP WANTED IN OCALA
And Furnished by the Help of Ocala
People
Those who suffer with kidney back
ache, urinary ills or any little kidney
or bladder disorder, want kidney help.
Who can better advise than some
Ocala resident, who has also suffer suffered,
ed, suffered, but has had relief. Ocala people
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Here
Is one case and there are many others.
Mrs. A. E. Holly, 113 S. Second St
Ocala, says: "The kidney secretions
"were unnatural. My back was sore
and lame and every time I stooped, a
catch shot across my loins. My feet
and ankles were swollen and the flesh
underneath my eyes was puffed up. I
tried several kidney medicines and
even took a doctor's prescription, but
nothinsr did me any good until I used
Doan's Kidney Pills. They cured me."'
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney PilLs the same that
cured Mrs. Holley. Foster-Milburn
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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
HAitlua-DCN fiiasOSifC liODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. A
A. M.t meets on the first and thlrA
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
k. C. Webb, W. M.
Jake Drown, Secretary. 4d
OuALA TEMPLE i
PYTHIAN SISTERS
The Ocala Temple. Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Kate B. Howell. M. R.
Lena- Tompkins. M. E. C
OCALA LODGE NO. ZSG. B. P. O. E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth "ftiesiay even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house
opposite postoffie, aast side.
R. S. Rogers, E. R.
. E. J. Crook, Secretary.
WOT'DMEA OP THE WORLD
; v.
Fort King Camp No. 14 dte-ts ai
the K. of P. ftall at 7:30 p. m. every
second nd fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar. O- a
Chas. K. Saze. Clerk.
KNIGHTS OF 1'YTHlAfe
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Mcxday at 7:30 p. m. at
Ca9tle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. G. A. Nash, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. S. AA
ORDER OF EASTERN fcTAR
Ocala Ciapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge' hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of ead
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtie G Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. Lillian summons, Secy.
ODD PELLOWS
v
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. 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.
1 L. IL Pilians, Secretary.
CHAPTii NO. 13, IX. A. 31.
Regular convocations of the Ocali
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on tb
fourth Friday in every mouth as
8 p.m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown. Sec'y.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Cor
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Vntractoi in the fits, .r

THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY OF THE SOUTH"

ON ACCOUNT. OF PREPAREDNESS PARADE
Will sell round trip tickets

Tickets on sale AUGUST 24th and

including August 28th, 1916. For particulars call on or write
JOHN BOISSEAU, CP.&T.'a, G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A,
Phone 129, Ocala, Florida Jacksonville, Florida

WHITE STAR1LINE
TO ANSFEK H STOKAGE
Teams for Rent Light and Heavy naaling-r-Movinfj, Packing

s&xm
Motor Cars
BEAVER
Wall Board
Collier Bros.
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President.
:d

Sto I

. Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORF ORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEM SCHOOL MONTHS
V. P. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH; .TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
- A. C. I. TICKET OFFICE AT TOE COLLEGE
FALL TEBIil OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 3, 1916

MAXWELL TOURMG CA1

In Stock

'Iiiiieilatte idi

Ask for a Demonstration

Remember, too,
and, just as
that I carry in
V'for my cars, the price
than those for any
EASY TERMS,
. JBhade -for. Light.
For the electric light in the bou boudoir
doir boudoir or betlroom there la a useful nov novelty
elty novelty in the way of a shade. This is
an exquisite little lady dressed in
rose silks and gold lace, after the
style of the ladies of the court of
Louis Quinze. The skirt forms the
shade and the light shining through
the .satin and lace takes on a lovely
soft glow.
THE BEST LAXATIVE
To keep the bowels regular the best
laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a
full glass of water half an hour be before
fore before breakfast and eat an abundance
of fruit and vegetables, also establish
a regular habit and be sure that your
bowels move once each day. When
a medicine is needed take Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets. They are pleasant to
take and mild and gentle in effect.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
LIVER TROUBLE
"I am bothered with liver trouble
about twice a year," writes Joe Ding Ding-man,
man, Ding-man, Webster City, Iowa. MI had
pains in my side and back and an aw awful
ful awful soreness in my stomach. I heard
of Chamberlain's Tablets and tried
them. By the time I had used half
a bottle of them I was feeling fine and
had no signs of pain." Obtainable
everywhere. Adv.

Hon

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OCALA, FLORIDA to
JACKSONVILLE, FLA.
25th, 1916. Good returning up to and
Fire
WOOD
Phone.... 298
Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Colleg
in Ocala for
that they, are
important,
stock in Ocala,
0
on sanie being lower
other Automobile.
IF DESIRED
Durable.
The admiration which Bob. felt for
his aunt Margaret included all her at attributes.
tributes. attributes. "I don't care much for plain
teeth like mine. Aunt Margaret," said
Bob, one day, after a long silence, dur during
ing during .which he had watched her in
laughing conversation with his moth mother.
er. mother. "I wi3h Ihad some copper-toed
ones like yours." Youth's Compan Companion.
ion. Companion. ; :
JUST THE THING
FOR DIARRHOEA
Abput two years ago I had a severe
attack of diarrhoea which lasted over
a week," writes W. C. Jones,-Barf ord,
N. D. "I became o weak that I could
not stand upright. A druggist recom recommended
mended recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. The first dose
relieved me and within two days I was
as well as ever." Many druggists rec recommend
ommend recommend this remedy because they
know that it is reliable. Obtainable
everywhere. Adv.
A broken Thermos bottle 13 no
good bring it to U3 and we will rnaka
it "as good as new." The Court
Pharmacy. tf
Take Rexall liver salts for that
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's. s tf

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