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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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"EVENING

OCAL NEWS
ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE
TO
PRESS TIME
WEATHER FORECAST
OGALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1916
Generally fair tonight and Sunday;
cooler in peninsula tonight.
VOL. 22, NO. 215

IH THE BALKANS

Defeats for Teutons, Turks and Bui
gars Everywhere Except in
the Dobrudja
(Associated Press)
London, SepU 16 Renewed activity
on tne ngnt flank of the Macedonian
front is reportiil. The British have
again thrown fciirmishers across the
Struma and raided villages occupied
by Bulgarians.! A continuous bom bombardment
bardment bombardment in thx: Dorian region indi indicates
cates indicates the probability that the British
are about to strike with infantry here.
T A telegram flpm Emperor William
o the empress, says the Germans wpn
a decisive victor over the Allies in
Rumania. Recent advices from the
capitals of the central powers indi indicated
cated indicated a steady adynce in Dobrudja.
retrograd reports the situation on
the Russian and Galician fronts un
changed.
SLIGHT GAINS
l)N THE SOMME
The war office announces that as a
result of their offensive north of the
Sorame yesterday J along a six-mile
front the British od all of the vil villages
lages villages of Courceljette, Martinpuich
and Fleurs. I
BERLIN ADMITS IT
Berlin, Sept. 16-The war office an announces
nounces announces that German troops were
forced to evacuate Courcellette, Mar Martinpuich
tinpuich Martinpuich and Fleurl.
BULGARSl BEATEN
Paris, Sept. 16. jThe Serbians have
routed the Bulgarians northeast of
Fiorina, on the Macedonian front,
making an advance- of six miles. The
m rk W i m
rrencn and uussians also aeieatea
the Bulgarians. I
READY T(l RETREAT
r
London, Sept. 16. A newspaper
dispatch from Amsterdam reports the
erman guards along the Dutch fron
ton rf Vw Vi Ralcrfiim ivnrl P.prm ntiv
Save been withdrawn. Many Bel-
a ; :La ttii i
5
inns are ueeiiij xiuuaiiu.
USSIANSw AND: ROUMANIANS
WERE ROUTED
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Berlin, Sept. 16,--The Teutonic al al-ies
ies al-ies gained a decisive victory over the
Russians and Rumanians in Dobrudja,
Bays an official telegram from Em Emperor
peror Emperor William to thetExpress.
GERMAN ATTACKS FAILED
Paris. Sept. 16. The war "office re
ports the repulse of 'German attacks
ast of Clery and near Berny on the
iomme front.
COULD USE HIS NAME FOR A
CLOTHESLINE
London, Sept. 16.A News agency
Jispatch from' Athens indicated that
j.l. Callagvyeropoulos has been in instructed
structed instructed with the formation of a new
abinet. I
BOSTON FEELS THEM BITE
omplains of Discriminatory Freight
Rates to the Interstate Com- -merce
Commission
(Associated Press)
Washington, Sept. 16. The Boston
ionizations have complained to the
Wrstate Commerce Commission on
ss and commodity freight rates of
he New Haven and other railroads of
ew England tnroogn rsoston anu
frovidence to Georgia, Florida and
,ther southern states are discnmina-
rv in that thev exceed the rates
hrough New York pity.
EXPLOSION AT OAKDALE
everal Men Blown to Bits WThen
Chemicals Became Mixed
(Associated Press)
I Pittsburg. Sept. 16. Bits of bodies
anging to telegraph wires, pieces of
esh scattered through the ruins of a
kldine and six men missing are
bme of the results sof an explosion
st night at the pjant of the Aetna
nemicAi in. at uaxaaie. vme man
ed in a hospital. $
ONTROLLER WANTS THEM
TO COUNT iUti aoii
J
(Associated Press)
tJtru: Ca-n 1fl Th con
i-oller of the currency today issued a
t - .. i m It X- 1
-ii ill MIC luiiumv" v
inks at the close of business Sept.
Ml y U .nn f nn fT nil TiaLlUIlLlI
When ready to
onnect your plumb-
with sewers
or need tin work,
ofing, tanks,
mitters. etc., plumb
L
)S, gas fitting, i
airing, phone 49
.e plumber.
ove or general re-
for P. A. Durand,
9-4-tf

DISTINGUISHED DEAD

Mrs. Howe, President Wilson's Sister,
' and General Basil Duke,
are 3fo More
z (Associaled Press)
New London, Spt. 16. Mrs. Anne
Howe, sister of A. President Wilson,
died at the hotel fcjere this morning.
Mrs. Howe ha4 been ill about a
week with peritonftis, and the end has
been momentarily!? expected for the
past two days. Ifer two sons, George
Howe of North Carolina and Wilson
Howe of Richmond, her daughter,
Mrs. Cothran, of f' Philadelphia, and
Miss Margaret Wilson were with her
Mrs. Howe came here from her Phil-
adelphia home early in the summer
with Miss Wilsoni
FUNERAL IN COLUMBIA, S. C.
The body will b started for Colum
bia. S. C todav. fend is exnected to
' ' f
arrive abput noon yilonday President
Wilson will join tte -party en route.
PRESIDENT WAS SHOCKED
-. f
Long Branch, Sept. 16. The presi
dent was greatly jshocked when told
of his sister's death. He thought she
would live for several days. He plans
attend the funeral at Columbia, S. C.
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'
GENERAL HASIL DUKE
,
New York,, Septf 16. Basil Wilson
Duke, a brigadier general in the Con Confederate
federate Confederate army and noted Kentucky
lawyer, died in a
hospital here today.
He was seventy-six years of age.
CENTRAL FLORIDA
CIIAMBl
R OF COMMERCE
Proposed at the' IV
feting of the Board
of Trade
.ast Night V
.A Central Florida chamber of com
merce was proposed at the meeting of
the Marion countyboard of trade last
night. Mr, H. W.Weathers, who re
cently attended the! meeting of the re-
ail division of tpe South Florida
Chamber of Commerce in Tampa, be-
ieves that Qcala and Marion county
and the towns, citfes and counties ad
jacent should have?an organiaztion for
the purpose of pfomoting the inter
ests of this section of the state. Mr.
Weathers thinks that the interests of
Central Florida ae in many ways
different from other sections of the
state. ,'.!,;
Mr. Weathers' proposal was unani
mously approved, $nd L. R. Trammell,
secretary of the board, will get in
touch with the various towns and
cities, asking for their co-operation.
Mr. Weathers pointed out that Cen Cen-al
al Cen-al Florida has a different form of
agriculture, and that even the climate
is "different. He spoke very enthus-
iastically of the sp
rit of co-operation
animating the menlbers of the South
Florida Chamber of Commerce.
CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS
We, the undersigned citizens of Ma
rion county, Fla., j endorsing the ad
ministration of th Honorable Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row Wilson as president of the United
States and desiring to perpetuate the
principles of democracy, do hereby
subscribe the surds annexed to our
names" to aid in he national demo democratic
cratic democratic campaign, to be paid by Sept.
20th, 1916: f
The following f contributions have
already been made:
President of Boald of Trade. .$25.00
Ocala Evening Sfer.
Ocala Banner .'. . .
W. D. Caldwell I
5.00
5.00
2.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
1.00
2.00
T7 J T T
L. R. Trammell 1
f-
H. M. Weathers ,.
D. Niel Ferguson! ... .......
t TT n 1 I
iaiuis ii. vnaiiii w
W. J. Crosby, Cit3-a .........
W. L. Colbert .i
C. B. Ayer . .; 1.00
J. P. Galloway
3.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
1.00
P. H. Nugent
George L. Taylorf
E, C. Bennett
H. C. Sistrunk
8
4
E. T. Helvenston . ...
Harry O. Cole .........
1.00
1.00
3.00
10.00
5.00
1.00
1.00
3.00
W. W. Condon
W. T. Gary . .
John R. Rodgers
E. Jeffords ....
J. H. Brinson
D. M. Barco .
Alfred Ayer .
PLU3IBING AID ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
Wlien you havi plumbing or elec
trical contractingllet us furnish you
estimates. No jo too large and none
too small, tf I H. W. Tucker.
Easter Lily Bi
Lns 7o cents per
dozen at Bitting
i& company, the
druggist and seed a
ten. 9-12
A broken lneraes bottle is no
good rbring it to u.and we will make
m raj s .
U "asgood as
Pharmacy.
The
CLurt
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Of IMPORTANCE

I TO
Likely to Ha ve' Connection with Dun-
4
nellon and 'Inverness by the
r
Seaboard Air Line
Following the recent announcement
that the Ocala Southwestern railroad
vras moving to 'connect with the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard Air Line riear Dunnellon,- comes
new the circulation of a petition to
Mr. W. J. Harrahan, president of the
Seaboard, asking that his road place
in service a train from Inverness to
Ocala over the tracks of the Ocala
Southwestern. The petition is being
signed by citizens of Inverness, Dun Dunnellon,
nellon, Dunnellon, Inglis and other towns between
Inverness and this city. It was plac placed
ed placed before the members of the Mar Marion
ion Marion county board; of trade last night,
and was unanimously endorsed. The
connection of the Southwestern with
the Seaboard will be completed within
four or five months, according to in information
formation information obtained by L. R. Tram Trammell,
mell, Trammell, secretary ofthe board of trade.
The petition is as follows:
Mr. W. 3r Harahan, President Sea
board Air Line Railway, Attention
Mr. C. R. Capps, Vice President Sea
board Air Line Railway: We, the un
dersigned, appreciating the progres progressive
sive progressive work and affiliation of the Sea
board organization, andin view of the
recent acquirement of the Standard &
Hernando railroad with the contem
plated construction and connection of
the Ocala & Southwestern railroad at
Dunnellon, both lines terminating at
Dunnellon, hereby petition that you
investigate and place in operation a
train leaving Inverness 8 a. m., via
Dunnellon and Ocala Southwestern to
Ocala, arriving at Ocala about 10:30
a. m., returning leaving Ocala 4 p. m.,
arriving Inverness about 6:30 u. m.
That you place (in operation a train
or gasoline car, leaving Inglis about 8
m., connecting at Jjunneiion witn
the Ocala train oth morning and
evening. W -
That you place in operation a train
or gasoline car leaving Archer 7 a. m.,
connecting at Dunnellon with Ocala
train both evening and morning.
This service and schedule will ob
viate the necessity of the Inverness
and Archer train,? and will permit this
section of Citrus, M&rion and Levy
counties to connect with all your main
line trains for all points at Ocala,
both freight and' passenger. Further
will permit of developing the Gulf
Hammock and Inverness sections, es establishing
tablishing establishing the fih industry at Port
Inglis, as well af all adjacent terri
tory.
The undersisrned constitute them-
selves', as a comjnittee to assist, and
pledge all businlss to this operation,
and solicits youj usual progressive
attitude to this petition. i
; 1
CARD OF THANKS
We shall ever f emember with grat
itude and affection the tender sympa sympathy
thy sympathy and words of sweet consolation
extended to us in our later bereave bereavement
ment bereavement the removal of our loved one
from us in what is miscalled death.
"There is no death; an angel form
Walks o er the earth with silent
tread: ?
He bears our best loved things away,
And then we call them dead."
Mrs, G. F. Williams.
Beatrice Williams.
Orrie Williams.
George Williams.
IMPROVEMENT ENDORSED
The board of trade at its special
meeting last night unanimously en endorsed
dorsed endorsed the proposed city park, to be
located on the Taylor pond property,
and the Woman's Club will be given
all possible assistance in its undertalc
ing.
V
Col. Rogers stated th a member
of the park committee of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club has asked for the co-opera,
tion of the board of trade. He said
that he had been informed that the
ladies would start work shortly on the
building of the park. Mr. David Hen Hen-ney,
ney, Hen-ney, engineer, will assist the Woman's
Club in disposing of the drainage
problems in connection with the pro
ject.
FOU
RENT
Ten-room residence on Adams
street. Furnished! or unfurnished. Has
attractive large living zoom with six
windows, bath rcfom, hot and cold wa
ter, tiled hearth! gas, electric lights,
kitchen and pan
y finished in white
enamel. All be
rooms nave trom
four to seven w
porches. House
idows. Two sleeping
creened throughout.
Nearly four, acrfs of grounds chick chicken
en chicken houses and nns. Moderate rent to
desirable tenant'.! Apply to Miss Jef
ferson Bell. Phone 278. tf
W. K. LANE, 11. D., frysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

KM

ARTHUR COBB'S OFFER

Public-Spirited Citizen Wants to Aid
in Needed Accommodation for
the! Country
1
Mr. Arthur Cf Cobb, of the firm of
Nichols & Cob4 says that his firm
will give a half $3lack of its property
rent free, for ttte purpose of provid
ing a place for the people from over
the county to hich their teams, and
park their cars, whetf they come to
Ocala to shop. Mr. Cobb makes this
proposition on condition that the city
erect a suitable shed on -the proper
ty. -.. .. i
It has been recently stated that
tiiere exists no corivenient place in the
city for the people from the country
to leave their teams
WITH COOLER WEATHER
Sessions of the Board of Trade will
Not be so Seldom
The attendance
ing of the board
was, larger than
ht the special meet-
pf trade last night
sual. The attend attend-not
not attend-not asrlarge as it
ance, however, wa
should be, as President Rogers ana
others pointed ou
Col. Rogers ex
pressed the hope tlat with the cooler
months now here rlore interest would
be taken in the wohc of the organiza organization,
tion, organization, and more support given it. He
urged the member! of the board to
drop into the officetof the organiza
tion from time to tinie to see the work
being done.
Mr. Ilibbert Weathfers thaught that
much more enthusiasm would be
aroused, and much more accomplish accomplished,
ed, accomplished, if meetings of ithe organization
were held more frequently.
Those present at the meeting last
night were: President R. F. Rogers,
L. R. Trammell, secretary, Mrs. Anna
Tweedy, H. W. Weathers, David S.
Welch, D. E. Mclver, L. M. Murray,
B. H. Seymour, J. Galloway, Mar Marcus
cus Marcus Frank, W. D. Caldwell, Arthur C.
Cobb, Dr. J. E. Chace, W. W. Clyatt,
E. M. Howard, Frafik E. Harris, Eric
Collier, Louis H. Cfiazal.
MAXWELL FACTORIES BREAK
RECORD FOR PRODUCTION
Turns Out 532 Car$ for"Shipment on
Banner Day Production 100 Per
Cent Greater than Last Year
The Maxwell Motor company, Inc.,
broke all its records for production,
when 532 cars were turned out of -its
big Detroit plant hn Saturday, Aug.
26th. While this Is the biggest day
the company ever experienced in the
volume of its output of outomobiles,
it exceeded the day previous by only
a. slight margin. On Friday, August
25th, 501 automobiles were turned out
of the Detroit factory.
This is only an indication of the
great volume of business that k be being
ing being done by the tlaxwell company.
There has been an?increase of 100 per
cent in the daily output of the com company.
pany. company. The average production at the
Oakland avenue plant in Detroit is
now 400 cars a day and hasbeen for
the last month. Ayear ago the aver average
age average was only 200 cars a day.
A great increa'selin the demand for
Maxwell cars followed the generous
reduction in priceson the touring car
and roadster thatt became effective
July 1st last andithat the factories
are able to meet he demand is due
to the fact that increased manufac manufacturing
turing manufacturing facilities have recently been
installed. 0
All Maxwell cars are assembled in
the plant at Detroit while most of the
parts are manufactured in the com
pany's factories atsDayton, Ohio, and
Newcastle, Indiana; The factories at
Dayton and Newcastle are now sup
plying the Detroit; plant with 400
complete units, every day.
The recent addition of a new pro-j
gressive assembly Jtrack and a new
body assembly track has enabled the
Detroit factory to turn out cars at an
increased speed. Tiiere are now two
progressive assembly tracks and two
body tracks, where before there was
only one of each.
About 120,000 cars wil be turned
out of the Maxwell factories this year.
Approximately 60,000 cars were man manufactured
ufactured manufactured last year and the increased
production is ample evidence of the
growing popularity of the Maxwell
product.
Most of the cars turned out in the
two banner production days were
touring cars and roadsters, although
a number of the enclosed types put
cut by the Maxwell was included in
the allotment. s
HAVING TROUBLE
f ITH YOUR CAR
t
Then bring it Xp me. Remedying
automobile troubled is my business.
Honest, efficient srvice; you pay for
the time put in oj your car only. J.
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone
393, Ocala, Fla.
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9-16-tf
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
J Self -Rising Flor. At all grocers.

WAGING A FIERCE
LADOR WAR

Workmen in Many New York Unions
Likely tq Go On Strike
Nejt Week
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 17. Several trade
unions voted today to determine what
response they would make to the call
for a sympathetic strike to back up
the striking street car employes.
Labor leaders assert that by Mon
day seventy thousand men will be
called out to "protect the very life of
union labor in New York."
One man" was killed and twenty
four accidents are reported on car
lines during the past twenty-four
hours. 1
CONSPIRACY II AY BE CHARGED
Interborough Railway officials to
day discussed the possibility of insti-
A. A
luting action cnargmg conspiracy
against the union leaders. Business
men and merchants are said to be co
operating.
OCALA BANK DEPOSITS
QN THE INCREASE
Statements nublished todav show
that the deposits: of the Munroe &
namDiiss xationai tsanK nave in
creased $110,125.04 since September
12, 1915; and the' deposits of the
Ocala National Bank "have increased
$101,106.37 in the same time. Mr. D.
C. Stales, cashier pf the Commercial
Bank, said this afternoon, when ask
ed, that the deposits of his bank since
September 12, 1915, have, in round
numbers, increased 70,000.
TO BE CONSIDERED LATER
The board of trade last night did
not consider Mr. J. M. Meffert's prop
osition to issue industrial bonds for
the purpose of bringing new indus-
tries to tne city, npr was tne estab establishment
lishment establishment of a marketing bureau con
sidered. Mr. Meffert, suffering with
a bad cold, could not attend ,the meet
ing of the board. The two matters,
both important, wilf be taken up later.
Mr. Meffert's cold Is very much bet better
ter better today. I
GOT 'EM GOING
Star's Article Doing Away with Some
of the Summer Stagnation
The Star's articles on Ocala com commercial
mercial commercial conditions have brought about
some very spirited; good humored,
discussions on the streets. One group
on the street this,! morning warmed
up to the discussjon with so much
spirit that it brought persons out of
adjacent stores and offices. Someone
suggested that if as much spirit could
be aroused in the meetings of the
board of trade much would be accom accomplished.
plished. accomplished. Another suggested infor-
meetinGrs-ofthe board on the
street corners.
A NEEDED IMPROVEMENT
The Ocala Iron Works has made a
sample bench to be placed on the
court house square. The bench is of
iron with wooden slats. Attractive
benches around the square, placed in
the shade of the trees, would fill an another
other another need of the jcity, and provide
for the comfort of visitors and shop shoppers.
pers. shoppers.
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny-
Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox,' Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
p. ro.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:36-2:40 p. xn.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines
ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 9:50 p. m.
We give prescription work prompt
attention and whit the doctor orders
vou eet. The Court Pharmacy, tf

IS INTERESTED
Inland Waterways, Said Admiral Ben
son, to the Atlantic Association,
are of First Importance
(Associated Press)
Philadelphia, Sept. 16. Construc Construction
tion Construction of a great system of inland wa
terways and coastal canals for com
mercial use in time of peace and to
meet an imperative need in war was
advocated by Admiral Benson, chief
oi naval operations, in a" speech here
last night before the Atlantic Deeper
Waterways Association. The value to
the United States of such a system,
the admiral declared was sufficient
from both an economic and military
point of view to' justify a bond issue
to help pay the cost of construction.
Admiral Benson reminded the con
vention .of the recently threatened
railroad strike, pointing out how it
would have effected progress and pre
paredness of the nation's first line de
cense.
The industrial advantages of the
plentiful, and continuous inland water
transportation," he said, "have been
given much attention, but, in my opin
ion, the military value of such a sys
tem of waterways is not realized by
the public. The threatened railroad
strike, however, emphasized to the
navy department how grealy an ade
quate system of ; transportation by in
and waterways would add to national
preparedness, t
'The threat to stop rail transporta
tion in a way simulated war cbndi
tions. Realizing this, the navy depart
ment set about, : when the possibility
of a strike arose, to devise ways of
getting supplies and materials other
than by railroad.
"The vital points from which trans
portation must be secured were found
to be the Great Lakes, Schenectady,
Pittsburg and vicinity, New Haven
and vicinity, Bethlehem and vicinity,
Easton and vicinity and the coal fields
of West Virginia.
"The Massachusetts district was
found to be, with on or two minor ex exceptions,
ceptions, exceptions, easily reached by water. The
Erie canal solved the problem of all
the great manufacturers on the Great
Lakes, Chicago, Detroit, Cleveland,
Buffalo and Milwaukee. The Lehigh
canal, although not kept up as it
should be, gave us relief from Easton.
The Delaware river provided an out outlet
let outlet from Philadelphia, Wilmington and
that section. The Hudson extended the
Erie canal's facilities to New York
and also provided an outlet for the
electrical material from Schnectady
and vicinity.
"When it came to Pittsburg, how however,
ever, however, trouble arose. It was first
thought that satisfactory deliveries
could be made from the Ohio river to
Portsmouth, thence by the Ohio and
Erie canal to Cleveland, or via the
Ohio to the Muskingum and thence via
the Ohio and Erie canal to Dresden.
These canals were represented as be being
ing being in active operation and prepara preparations
tions preparations were made to use these routes
if necessary. Both these routes had
been allowed to become useless be
cause of the failure of the state of
ovide annrgTiatiohs for
their upkeep. Similar conditions have
rendered useless the other waterways.
"Had these canals been kept up,
they would have enabled the depart department
ment department to ship heavy plates and the
necessary material for construction
and repair workf on battleships from
Pittsburg via canal directly to New
York. The failure to keep them up
necessitated the working out oi an
elaborate trolleyi route to. Buffalo,
which, at its best, would have pro
vided for only a small fraction of the
2,500 tons which were needed within
six weeks at the I New York yard
alone, and this in time of peace with
no war demands to be considered.
"The canal from Easton to Bristol
was found to be too small. The Le
high canal, being under the control of
railroads, was also in poor shape for
transportation, and, the Morris canal,
so far as information could be secur
ed, was practically out of business.
With these routes open and kept effi
cient, the all-important armor plate
district of Bethlehem would be free of
the necessity of using railroad trans
portation. ?
"In considering: the coal districts,
upon which a large portion of our
merchant vessels depend, the situa
tion was found tobe hopeless. With Without
out Without railroads, coal would lie idle at
the mines and ships would lie idle at
their moorings after a very brief ces
sation of railroad traffic. A water
system for these inines would appear
to be a most imperative military ne
cessity.
"Some of the tanals which we
would like to use in time of emergen emergency
cy emergency are leased to railroads by long-time
contracts and the '"railroads have not
kept them up or encouraged their use.
It would seem a wise military precau precaution,
tion, precaution, also, that t railroads leasing
canals should be -required to keep
them in operating condition under
penalty of forfeiture of lease.
"Our principal navy yards, private

DCALA

PALAVICII

II SPOKE

LIKE A PATRIOT
Many Men Like! Him Might Make a"
Republic Out of
Mexico
(Associated Press)
Mexico City, Stpt. 16. Militarism.
was opposed andl universal military
training advocated in a Mexican in-r
dependence day speech here by Felix
n i : : i! t,-
laianum, jmmstfr oi puDiic instruc instruction.
tion. instruction. He spoke as Carranza's official
representative. I.
-. t
shipbuilding plants, arms and muni-"
tion factories; powjder magazines, etc.,
are located along r near the Atlantic
coast. A system f adequate internal
waterways connecting all these ac activities
tivities activities would be of value beyond, es
timate. I
"As a concrete example of what it
would mean to the safety of the na
tion, I will indicate briefly the value
of a sufficiently jleep and wide canal
between the Delaware and Chesa Chesapeake
peake Chesapeake bays. Should our navy, in time
of war, meet a superior hostile fleet
along our middle or southern Atlantic
coast, Chesapeake Bay would natural
ly be the refuge' of any injured ships.
At such a timet the combined use of
the docks at Norfolk and Philadel
phia might be f vital. An adequate
canal between the two bays would ac accomplish
complish accomplish this big step toward pre
paredness.
'The same applies with equal force
to a canal between deep water in the
Delaware river land New York harbor
and Long Island Sound. This would
add twe more f exits to guard by a
blockader, thus pausing a still further
division of his orce, and divisions of
force, as you will readily understand,
are contrary toja principle of combat
cn which succes very largely depends
concentration.1
A system of canals connecting the
various ports along our Atlantic
coast would facilitate and safeguard
the passage of submarines, destroy--ers,
torpedo boats, fast motor boats,
etc., up and dowp our coast, wherever
and whenever they might be needed.
"Information from abroad clearly
shows the immense economic and mil military
itary military importance of the canal sys systems,
tems, systems, particularly of Germany, in
time of war. Quick transportation of
war materials apd men, and the en enormous
ormous enormous and undreamed of demand for
supplies have been two outstanding
features of the present war.:
The military; needs alone have al
most exhausted every transportation
resource abroad, and, in addition,
there is the civilian population which
must be fed, clothed and provided for
in many ways, and in this transpor-
totion forms an essential part."
NOTICE
To Our Friends
and Customers:
pig advance on flour
Owing to the
and other raw rpaterial used in our
line, we are compelled to raise the
and other bakery
goods. We disl$ea--micbtoo
this but as you inow flour and other"-
materials have almost doubled in
price, you can redily understand our
reason for raising prices.
We are compelled to do so and after
Sept. 16, 1916, our price for small
loaves will be 6c. butternut and other
10c. loaves, 12c.;Pullman bread 18c,
all rolls 12c. per dozen, cookies 12c.
per dozen, doughputs, 12c. per dozen,
etc. Very truly yours,
farter's Bakery,
Per TC. Carter.
NOTICE
The regular monthly social of the
Ladies' Aid Society, of the Presbyter
ian church, will e held at the resi
dence of Mrs. Gedrge Campbell, Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon, September 18th, from
3:30 to 6 o'clocki All members and
friends are cordially invited. Mrs.
George Davis and 'Mrs. George Camp Campbell
bell Campbell will be the hostesses.
Mrs. R. L. Anderson, Sec'y.
.- 1
MAXWELL 1916 IODEL FOR SALE
I have repossessed a 1916 model
Maxwell touring car and put same in
first class condition. Will sell at a
bargain; cash or itime. R. R. Carroll,
Ocala. Fla. I tf
)IES
Send me your
ld hats to remodel
with the latest
ftylesat reasonable
nrices. I will
ive orders my per-
sonal attention
sent this month.
Mrs, Thomas M
ison. Address r.
O. Box 224
Louisville addres
plizabethtown, Ky.
L 173 N. Keats ave.
Use Juba Self -Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuit. At all grocers.
Fresh fall gard(
seed now In. The
8-1-tf
Ocala Seed Store.!

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mi
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DC A LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1916

X

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. R. Carroll, Geaeral Maaase Port V. Leavenood, Battue Manager
J. H. Beajamla, Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla.. poatofflce as gecond class matter.
PHONE SI

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Domestic) (Foreign)
One year, in advance ne 7earJu m.,?dJlac:
Blx months. In advance 2.60 Six month, in fTance......
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Ono month, in advance. 60 One month. In advance

Carranza says Mexico needs a new
constitution. What Mexico needs
most is about tin million different
sort of people.
T
The Catts papers are full of abuse
of Will Knott, ut you don't see I
where Knott has abused anybody.
Will never forgets that he is a gentle-
man.
The Starke Telegraph says it looks
like the Almighfy had set his canons
against bridging-, the St. Lawrence at
Quebec. If the Canadians will employ
a competent yanlcee engineer, the Al Almighty
mighty Almighty will withdraw his objections.
Frank Huff aker says if he ever be-
comes grouchy, Ihe wants to be shot J
at sunrise. Now why should anybody I
mass up a perfectly good sunrise by I
shooting a seedy newspaper man at it. I
The Germans lare no longer figuring J
on paying the debts incurred by the I
war with indemnities from Britain,
France and Russia, The present war
loan of two millions and a half is be being
ing being taken up very slowly.
Those Austrians must get tired of I
falling back. Columbia State.
They know they would attain per
manent rest bv falling forward. And
somehow permanent rei is not cov coveted,
eted, coveted, even by the most tired peopb.
An academic dispute -is on about
wnewier r lonuiaiw x x-iunuano i
1 Al TTM JZ 'VlunJnns ef I
correct. The people of this state I
having referred to themselves as
ldians, and impressed it on other peo-1
pie for seventy years, it will be a I
waste of time to try to make them
make themselves anything else.
We are mighty glad that the con-1
nection between Ocala and the Tampa I
and Jacksonville railway is being agi
tated, even though gently, in the
board of trade meetings. Connection
with this road is one of the things the
Star has steadily advocated. It is
taking hundreds of thousands of dol
lars worth of business out of pur
county. A moderate amount of- git
ud and erit by Ocala business men
would bring it to Ocala.
At the meeting of the board of
trade Friday night, Alderman Mclverj
said that the Star "would print any-1
thing." We consider Mr. Mac's as-
sertion a compliment. Newspapers
which pick and choose what they say
are a great aid to stagnation. At the
same time, we don't think the matter
Mr. Mclver referred to concerns the
board of trade. Mr.' Mac might dis-
cuss it in council meeting, however.
-t
The United-' States government is
not neutral, lit favors the Allies.
After the murder of our people on the
Lusitania and r other ships that were
torpedoed, v and the Teuton plots
against neutrality in our own country,
how can Germany and Austria expect
us to favor them or even hold the
balance even. The fact of the busi-
ness is that Germany expected to do
as she pleased; in and with America,
She is lucky tq gjtjs irghtlyrTtf
oujc.vernmen had a respectable
"amount of spujik, it would have de-
clared war.
, :.
- Father -Sidney J. Catts is calling
public attention to the fact that of all
the votes recounted neither Hudson,
Wood; Catts or Farris has gained a
single vote. All the gains have been
for Knott, and yet Father Catts
thinks that is a Jvery strange coinci coincident.
dent. coincident. Arcadia Enterprise.
When "Father Catts made that
statement he must have known that
he was uttering? a deliberate false falsehood,
hood, falsehood, for no mar in Florida has kept,
through his attorneys and otherwise,
a closer tab on the recounts than this
same Catt Paatka News.
Look out! yoiH have your eye
blacked.
" '" e " v
In regard to "Catts claim that he
has not gained t any second choice
votes in any of; .the recounted pre precincts,
cincts, precincts, the Palatka News pulls the
figures on him as follows:
"In Duval county Mr. Catts lost one
first choice votej and gained four sec second
ond second choice votes; in Jackson county
he lost one first;choice and "gained one
second; in Leon county he gained one
second choice; in St. Lucie county
Catts lost one fjrst choice and gained
11 second choicj; in Suwanee county
he lost five first choice and gained
seven second choice. In this contest
nothing is .said concerning the gains
of Farris, Hudson and Wood, for the
reason that their gains do not matter,
and yet only last week, Wednesday,
September 6th, he Florida Metropolis
of Jacksonville, fa Catts organ, said
editorially that 'a remarkable thing
about the recount of the gubernator gubernatorial
ial gubernatorial vote in the various precincts of the
state is the gain :f or Ion L. Jfarris for
governor. In Duval county alone
Farris gained as many as thirty votes
on the second count in some of the
smaller precincts.- There are many of
the opinion that he would have shown
a larger per cent of gains on the re recounts
counts recounts than any of the other candl-

.$8.00
.. 4.25
.. 2.25
. .SO

dates.' Thus is Mr. Catts' statement
shown to be false! by one of his own
. .
organs. Mr. Jvnott s gam in me var various
ious various counties of 45 is a total net gain
over Mr. Catts, and the gain is in
about the same proportion as his
gains on second choice votes over
V'CtlUo wcic aaunu iu uc ah vit,-
nal tally sheets. But Catts! Anything
goes with Catts."
FARMERS WILL" BE INVITED
TO ATTEND THE FAIR
When the National Farmers Union
eets in Palatka f; in November, a
large delegation ?from the Mariftn
county board of trade will go to Jhat
cjty and extend an invitation to the
members of the fmion to attend the
Marion county fair, which opens herb
immediately upon the close of the
meeting in Palatka. The delegation
from the board of trade will be named
at the next meeting of the organiza-
tion. 2
President Rogers told the members
of the board of trade last night that
he was authorized by Mr. S. P. Hollin-
rake, superintendent of the Ockla Ockla-waha
waha Ockla-waha Valley railroad, to say that
special rates would be established for
the purpose of bringing the members
of the farmers' union to Ocala. The
Ocklawaha Valley will run a special
train, and will issue coupon tickets
carrying admission to the fair
grounds. The special train will be run
direct from Palatka to the fair
1 t
grounds nere.
The "members of the farmers' union

Flor-ICOme from all over jhe United States

an(j include some of the biggest plant
ers jn the country. It is believed that
they will want to see v something of
Florida while here,? and the Marion
county board of trade believes that
they should by all means see Marion
county, conceded to be the best agri
cultural county in the state.
OCALA WILL WELCOME
APOSTLES, OF EXTENSION
The Marion county board of trade
will extend a welcome to the members
of Tampa's trade extension touring
party when they each this city next
month. L. R. Trammell, secretary of
the board of trade, will, inform L. P.
I Dickie, secretary of. the Tampa board
of trade, that the ftour will be wel-
corned to Ocala, for the purpose of
J getting acquainted I and of talking
J over the trade matters which concern
I both cities. f
I It was pointed out last night that,
while Tampa and Jacksonville had al-
ways pulled against Ocala, which is
half way between the two cities, there
was certainly much to be gained by a
friendly get together meeting. Tampa,
jit was said, has been better disposed
toward Ocala than Jacksonville.
INTENDS TO HELP OUT
FAIR ASSOCIATION
The board of trade will co-operate
with the Marion County Fair assocla-
j tion with a view to making this year's
fair a success. The fair association
has askedf or the co-operation, of the
trade body,"anduiast night the""bxrard
of trade voted to assist the officers of
the fair in any way possible. L. R.
Trammell, secretary, will give his as-
sistance. ... ??
-j
The Ocala Star denies making the
statement that Hon. Sidney J. Catts
escaped responsibility for killing a ne-
gro by pleading insanity. Sorry we
do not keep a file of the Star, but if
friend Benjamin yryl glance over his
file of about September 1st he will
find that he printed a clipping from
the Lakeland Telegram to that effect
and commented on t in a manner that
was virtually a reiteration of the
Telegram's assertion. Daytona Jour
nal. ;..
The Lakeland Telegram did not
make any such anf assertion, and the
Star did not reiterate such an asser
tion. We regret tq see that Catts'
extraordinary talent for misrepresen
tation nas communicated itself in a
mild form to Hughj but if he will stop
and think and take a dose of castor
oil, he will get it out of his system be
fore it does much harm.
I note that Marion county farmers
are going strongly into the hog bus business,
iness, business, and that all 'of them are buying
Hampshires. I believe that Marion is
bound to succeed, ind I commend that
feature which ties 'the farmers to one
breed. The bankers are backing up the
farmers in good shape and have them themselves
selves themselves invested largely in brood sows.
Boys are encouraged to buy pigs, and
the bankers are taking the boy's notes
at 6 per cent. It';: is expected that
there will be 1,000 pure bred sows In
Marion county within the next ewelve
months. The Lancer in the Florida
Grower.
FORD FOR SALE
I have a Ford touring car, 60-inch
tread, in perfect condition. Apply at
once if interested. I only keep them
two days at the outside. R. R. Carroll.
K. of P. meet lIonday night..

STAR STIRRED HEM UP SOME
At the instance jpf Dr. J. E. Chace,
the board of trader last night decided
upon an investigation of Ocala's
freight rate situation. It was pointed
out that the. recent statements in the
Star, regarding rates were right or
wrong, and that, fright or wrong, the
facts should be known. President
Rogers named a committee consisting
of L. R. Trammell, secretary of the
board, David S. Welch, member of the

board of governors; and Louis H. Cha-
zal, to gather all possible facts bear
ing on Ocala's position, to report back
to a special meeting of the commer
cial body that will, be called as soon
as the report is ready.
Dr. Chace said it appeared to be
quite evident that there is something
very wrong in the conditions "that ob
tain. He thought that there should
be an investigation, and that, should
the investigation warrant it, the
board of trade, as the proper organi organization,
zation, organization, to do so, should undertake to
put things right. Dr. Chace said
that he believed the Star was actuated
solely by good motives, and he
thought it probable that the stimulou.3
eiven by the recent articles in the
Star was needed,
The concensus of opinion expressed
at the meeting was that the Oklawa
ha river, and the development of nav
igation thereon, is the key to Ocala's
freight rate problem. It was stated
that the amount of freight brought
up the river last winter had been felt.
Mr. David S. Welch jsaid that with the
proper co-operationf the freight line
between Jacksonville and Ocala could
be made a success.
Mr. Arthur C. Cobb called attention
to the articles that have appeared in
the Star, and began the discussion of
them. He thought the statements as
to Gainesville encroaching on the ter
ritory of the Ocala merchants bad
advertising for Ocala. Mr. Cobb
thought, however,? that the board of
trade should look into the matter. Mr.
Cobb, Col. Rogers and Mr. B. H. Sey Seymour
mour Seymour followed Mjp. Cobb's broaching
of the subject, bysaying that Sea Isl
and cotton is bringing a lower pric
in Ocala than it if in Gainesville, Live
Oak, Lake Butleif Raiford and other
places north of hre. Sea Island cot
ton, it was said, s selling for 9, 9V
and 10 cents in the towns and cities
named, as against 8 cents in Ocala.
Editor Frank E. Harris, of the
Banner, thought
at Marion county
of this city go to
of more conven-
people living nor
Gainesville becaus
ient train service.
t was stated that
just as convenient
tained into Ocala.
Mr. Harris said
service is maln-
at the abandon-
ment of the boat li
e was the very
worst thing for the
ity.
Mr. Hibbert Weat
rs did not think
that the facts justifijd the statement
that Gainesville is faking so much
business from the meichants of Ocala.
He said that his firml the H. B. Mas
cer:, company, got uusmebs irum inc-
anopy, which is m Gainesville tern-
tory. tie ret erred, p tne published
article about a Marioi county farmer
buying wire fencing rrom Gainesville,
having it shipped to lone of the sta stations
tions stations between this city and that, and
then hauling it in a wagon five miles,
and saving money.! Mr. Weathers
thought it probable that the wire was
bought in a large lot and the buyer
obtained a lower price in that way.
Mr. Weathers said jthat he' was not
fully informed on fhe Conditions ex existing
isting existing between this! city and Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. He expressed a doubt as to
whether, after the haul of five miles
in the- wagon, the -purchaser of the
wire really saved as much as stated.

Mr. D. E. IcJjasudha t-hMrCSe se&t beside Jim as the car started

merchants of the city a fair deal.
f
"Mr. Benjamin will print anything,"
said Mr. Mclver, referring to the edi editor
tor editor of the Star. j
The representative) of the Star ask ask-ed
ed ask-ed Mr. Mclver what particular article
he had in mind. Mrl Mclver said that
the paper had thi week printed
things it should notfhave printed. He
was understood as Referring to the
Star's editorials on the fining of the
women in the restricted district.
The Star's representative stated
his paper's sole pupdse-in printing
the articles about trade and freight
conditions under dscussion was for
the good of the city; and not for the
purpose of advertising Gainesville at
the expense of Ocaa. He told the
members of the bor.d of trade that
the first step to be taken in correcting
an evil is to recognize the existence
of an evil. The Star's representative
said that before prescribing physic physicians
ians physicians diagnose the Case in hand, and
that the newspaper! had published the
articles named witi no idea in view
except that of prfsenting a malady
from which this ciy is suffering with
a view to finding alcure for the same.
Mr. David S. Welch said that he
thought the reasoS why Gainesville
could get into Ocala territory was
that the former citjjjr has better freight
rates. The Star'sfrepresentative said
he thought "that Mi Welch had hit the
nail on the head, f and said that if
there were no other evidence the fact
that Gainesville has better rates is a
very good reason o think the merch merchants
ants merchants of that city jire getting business
out of this territory.
Mr. Mclver said that years ago
Gainesville had be en made a basing
point for freight rates. This was a
surprise to manyiof the members of
the board of trade.
Dr. Chace then moved that a com com-mittee
mittee com-mittee of three bar appointed to inves investigate
tigate investigate the whole situation, and the
motion carried unanimously.
1
f
14 lbs. sugar fr 51 with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries on Sat
urday and Mondaj. Smith Grocery Co.

EDWIN i BALMER
Copyright. Idle, by the Chicago
Tribune
(Continued from Yesterday)
Tnat 8 wnat I told Nellie, but sne
Just laughed at me. She said the men
would have to resist or they wouldn't
be men, and the women would drive
the men on to it when war really came
But I said that wasn't "so."
Jim brought uer head down on his
shoulder. "Let talk about getting
married. Agues.!
"Married, dearf"
"Yes; wheu"
:: v m
Two hours later Jim drove again to
ward town in the bright ui;oi;H ht
He smiled at the recollection of his or
rand to the factory early in the eveu
Ing. Agues had made him forget or
remember onlv with amusement-the
wild alarms which had disturbed him
Agnes and he were going to be mar married
ried married In three months; they had decided
on the day. lie was happy and he
whistled as he drove along. The win
dows of the factory laboratory were
dark now and the place seemed de
serted; but, as he was opposite the
end of an alley, some one leaped out
at him and called his name.
Wendell, having showed himself, re
treated abruptly into the darkness of
the aller and, as; Bob beckoned, Jim
backed his car Into the alley.
"Lights out," Wendell ordered. Jim
switched them off.
"What's up?" :
"You were just coming down to find
out?" Bob challenged.
"No; I was here at 8 o'clock."
"What did you find?''
"Just Ingouf and Enloe, working at
their valve."
"Working on their valve! That was
all you saw?"
"What else was there to see?"
"Those men" Bob motioned toward
the darkened laboratory as If they
were still there "tell me, how much
do you know about ttiem?"
Jim had not realized until he tried
to answer how little he knew about
them or about others in his father's
employ. They had come to Elgin re recently
cently recently to take machinists positions.
They were good machinists.
"lour cars gooa tor seventy or
eighty miles on the road?" Wendell de demanded,
manded, demanded, f
"Eighty-five on a straightaway. One
Uke it has been driven over 100 miles
an hour on traefc."
"And you dare drive it like the devil.
if we need to?
"Dare!" Jim rejoined. "What for?"
"t or your mends in there. 1 was
Thgy'ye motorcycles here. But If we
can let them come out as If they
weren t watched and show us where
they're going and we could then get
them we'd find out more. But," aside
from the pace, it's going to be danger
OUS." i
"Dangerous IT Jim ejaculated, with
scorn. I
"Quiet!" Wendell warned. "They're
coming!"
Jim 'gazed with, him about the cor
ner of the building. A door at the far
end of the factory opened, and two
men stepped ,-out into the shadow
They looked about, and apparently saw
nothing to disturb them. They took
motorcycles livhich were leaning
against the building, brought them to
the street and started away.
X2Jvvrce. He was In
and swiftly turned into the street and
followed the cycles.
Ingouf and Enloe, looftlng back; saw
the car; but, asjthey were riding at
little more than Ordinary pace and as
the car yet made.no attempt to over
take them, they
r
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as 1 was in a state of nervous collapse,
with exhaustion, mid after trying various
physicians and do improving 1 made up
my mind to try Df. Fierce s lavonte Pre
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I was so fully rejlorej to health that 1
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them nealtny. lftere are no more cry
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and sunken eyes, istles3 steps, sleepless
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If
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Munroe & Chambliss National

of Ocala, Florida
At the close of business September 12th 1916, as called for by the Comp Comptroller
troller Comptroller of the currency.

Loans and Discounts
County Warrants
Stocks and Bonds. :
Overdrafts
Bank Building, Furniture

s
Real Estate -. 1
Cash and Due from Banks n -.
TOTAL.

Capital Stock..
Surplus
Undivided Profits
Deposits.
TOTAL...

Deposits, Sept.

Deposits, SepL'12lh, 1915
Increase for One Year

that they were .lojlowed. 'iiiey went
fast and turned a ioruer. The car fol followed,
lowed, followed, and wltf n tf pursued also about
a second turn the-men on the motor motorcycles
cycles motorcycles no longer bad doubt that the
car was after them. They "opened
up" and speeded ":i faster. Jim's -foot
bore down on his accelerator, and the
car did not drop behind.
Eighty the speedometer showed, and
Wendell, clinging o the sides of his
seat, cried Jim onl He gave the car
all he had, knowing no more than that
Bob 'must believe that the overtaking
of Ingouf and Enloe that night was
worth Bob's life and. his own. and the
riders of the motorcycles made it plain
that their errand wag worth any risk.
The car had begun to gain upon one
cycle, although he other still kept
ahead. The ride of the slower ma machine.
chine. machine. Ingouf, realized he was losing.
"Look out!" Jim and Bob each cried
the warning to ttje other at the same
moment. t
A round objecl. metallic from Its
glint in the moonlight as it fell and
rolled in the roaddropped or was flung
back from the motorcycle. Jim, swerv swerving
ing swerving his wheels so that they would not
strike it, dashed Over the object while
it was still rolling. And the car was
barely over it was not ten yards by
when an explosion rocked the air. Jim,
his arms and legs all tense, his eyes
staring ahead, held the car on Its
course.
"Go on!" Bob cried to him, and he
saw without looking around that Wen Wendell
dell Wendell had a revolver ia his hand now
and was aiming It "Keep oni I'm go
Ing to fire!" i
The revolver roared twice spitting
Its smoke before Jim's face. The rush
of the air cleared the smoke, and Wen Wendell
dell Wendell fired twice again. The car was
coming up fast upon the motorcycle,
and the rider no longer tried to escape:
Instead he slowed, leaped off his ma machine
chine machine and turned, metallic missile in
hand, to fling it; at the car pursuing
him.
"Don't slow! Go by!" Bob command commanded,
ed, commanded, firing ngnin. and once more as the
car rushed by. Ingouf stooped at the
first pf the.?f shots and. having fired
his missile, drew, back his' arm. The
pistol was tired In front of Jim and
across him. but he was by Ingouf be before
fore before he could see what It did. He was
still steering the car at seventy miles
an hour when he heard, behind him
again, the detonation of an explosion,
and Wendell, shouting, was telling him
to stop.
He brought the car up as short as he
could; he leaped down to"the ground
after Bob, who was running back be beside
side beside the road, reloading the revolver a
he ran. The motorcycle which had
been ahead stopped far down the road;
the rider. Enloe. Jumped off and stood
staring back. Jim watched him, and
when he made no move Jim grabbed a
steel bar from his tool box and fol followed
lowed followed WendelL lie caught up with
Bob, who had stopied and crouched
fifty yard3 short of the spot where they
had passed Ingouf. The man's motor motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, lying on Its side In the road
and with the engine still running,
marked the place. Ingouf had disap disappeared.
peared. disappeared. "I ought to have got him with that
last, Wendell said, and as he spoke
Jim was not ashamed that his breath breathing
ing breathing was coming hard. "But we'd bet better
ter better make sure. What's Enloe doing
uowV"
Jim looked about. "He's riding again;
he's giing away.
"Then we must get Ingouf"
(Continued Tomorrow)

Condensed Statement of the
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RESOURCES
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and FixturesX
LIABILITIES
12lli, 19
16,.r......

WHEN THE GOAT THROWS YOU OFF COME TO US TO SE SELECT
LECT SELECT YOUR EMBLEM. WE HAVE THEM OF ALL KINDS
AND ALL PRICES, FOR ALL, ORDERS.
TO SEE WILL BE TO SELECT
WHEN YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT TO GIVE YOUR WIFE
DAUGHTER, SWEETHEART, OR FRIEND FOR A PRESENT,
COME IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE IN OUR JEWELRY STORE
WE CAN HELP YOU TO SOLVE THE GIFT PROBLEM QUICK QUICKLY
LY QUICKLY AND INEXPENSIVELY AS OUR HIGH QUALITY JEWELRY
WILL WARRANT '
WE MAKE QUALITY' RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE EIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
The Reliable Jeweler

FLO RI O fl AN"
FINEST AND QUICKEST TRAIN OPERATED ENTIRELY
THE STATE OF FLORIDA ALL THE YEAR

IE ABOARD AIM LINE KY.

"THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY OF THE SOUTH"

1:35
4:30
6:21
7:06
7:50

m. L.v. .. .Jacksonville .. ........... Ar. v:io p.m.

m. Ar Ucaa
m. Ar ....Dade

m. Ar .Plant yity .. Lv. 1:40 p.m.
,m. Ar Tamfa ..Lv. 1:00 p.m.

St. Peterfburg .i J-v. 10:15 a.m.
SOLID STEEL COACHES BROILER DINING CARS
OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS
Start your vacation by using this sliperb train. Summer toruist rates
on sale daily; return limit OctoberSlst. If you're going away ASK US.

JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. & T. A
Phone 129, Ocala. Florida.
MAXWELL 1916IMODEL FOR SALE
I have reposs
i 1 n 1 1 1
Maxwell tourin;
car and put same in
first class cond:
ion. Will sell at a
bargain; cash oi
time. R. R. Carroll,
tf
Ocala, Fla.
For delicious Hot tiscuits use Juba
Self -Rising Flouf. At all grocers.
Do you wad the unclassified ms?

Bank

:?347,641.e6
... 24,234.06
69,133.75
. ... 835
-38,500.00
1,913.40
117,081.02
--.-4598,512.24 I
50,000.00
...... 30,000.00
... 6,763.22
...... 511,749.02
...$598,512.24
$511,749.02
. 401,623.9 8
.$110,125.04
Afterwards
come to
Us
your pin,.
ring or Charm
WITHIN
l.v. 4:iu p.m.
City Lv. 2:24 p.m.
j G.
PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A
Jacksonville, Florida
GLASS CA1
NET FOR SALE
For sale, a
lass, oak finished dis-
play acbinet, si
feet high and 22x30
inches square;
ias four shelves or
compartments
dth two sliding doors I
. f
for each of ti
iour openings. lTr,
perfect conditio
Apply at the Star
9-15-6t
office.
14 lbs. sugar? for $1 with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Monfay. Smith Grocery Co.



OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1916

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FISH AND OYSTERS

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All kinds Fresh Vegetable

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Epworth eague Social
Last evening sL the home of Mr.
and Jlrs. J. P. Phllips the Senior Ep Epworth
worth Epworth League help its monthly social.
There were suchi" entertainments as
were befitting to the occasion. Song,
music and laughter reigned supreme
throughout the efening.
Mr. Dexter Philips, the host, held
& humorous business meeting, which
consisted in the Election of officers.
To those who arejnot acquainted with
Tom we introduce him as the drafts draftsman
man draftsman at the OcalJ Iron Works. He
having had considerable experience in
this capacity, walp elected draftsman.
His duties are thijbpening and closing
of windows. Nejt in order was the
appointment of sme one to tend th
furnace and a cl-man was needed,
so Mr. Floyd Gjfleman received the
appointment. An so on, each and
every one was appointed to his or her

immediate office
Piano selections were given by Miss
Marguerite LittJe and Mr. Floyd
Coleman and wefe enjoyed and encor encored
ed encored by every oneg Refreshments were
served and enjof ed, after which the
guests bid theii host and hostess

good-night. I

The followingfguests were present:
Misses Nellie LMdon, Fern Bell, Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Little, Isabel Blowers, Katie
Mae Eagleton, ertie Brigance, Ruth
Howell, Dixie Rpberts, Helen Veal,
Edythe Edmpngon, Eloise Bouvier,
Maude Little Catherine Strunk, Ella
Mae Rivers, Messrs. Dexter Phillips,
Sam Phillips, (Jarol Fraser, Bernard
Blair, Tom Copnhaver, Floyd Cole Coleman,
man, Coleman, Sam Hickll, L. L. Taylor, Mar Marshall
shall Marshall Bouvier, Iarry Stein, Paul Brin Brin-son,
son, Brin-son, Edward Cbnnor, Ray Garnett,
Hugh Coon andfEdward Howell.
Senior Methodist Sewing Circle
The Senior Methodist sewing circle
will meet at the residence of Mrs. R.
L. Bridges Moiiday afternoon a 3:30
o'clock. I

A number
(and one old
last night to
honor of Mis
will leave for

day. Bellevi

a fine place t

utilized from

of Belleview'i

north, but a

was out, inc

sister, Miss

if Ocala .young folks

be) went to'Belleview

gttendjthe,ball given in

Minnie Tremefe, who

louthern College Tues-

's pretty club house is

dance in, and was well

p. m. to 1 a. m. Many

people are yet in the

good-sized contingent

ding Miss Tremere, her

lleanor, and Mrs. .Nel

Baptist
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Pastor
will preach.
6:45 p. m. B.Y. P. U.
7:45 p. m. Evening service.
Everybody invited.
1.
First Presbyterian
Sunday school, ,9:45 a. m.
L. M. Murray, superintendent.

Preaching moning and evening by

the pastor.
Prayer meeting on Wednesday at
7:45 p. m. j
The public is cordially invited to
worship with us.
John R.I Herndon, Pastor.
t
Methodist
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a! m.
"The Sinner's Only Hope."
Junior League ,4:30 p. m.
Senior League 6:30 p. m.
Preaching 7:30 p. m.
"The Wandering Bird."
All cordially invited, strangers wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. 11. Gross, Pastor.
Senior Epworth League
Program for Sunday, Sept. 17. Ber Bernard
nard Bernard Blair, leaderj
Subject, Little Chance to Help.
Song. I
Scripture readufg, Ex. 17: 8-13.
Prayer. J
Scripture reference.
Cor. 1: 25-31 Myron Brown.
Luke 21:1-4 Falward Howell.

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Established 1914

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INSURANCE AGENCY
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED

OCALA.

No." 14 Yonge's BlockFort King Avenue.
PIIOME219 FLORIDA J

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Thi Hotel for Florida People J

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Unl UllllMriiJ ACKSONVILLE, FLA.
Ev ry Room With Private Bath

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lis now.a universally acknowledged necessity No business man is

prepared to meet the daily affahfe of his business if he is not pro-

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FIRE INSURANCE

We represent not only the bes

aho the highest class INDEMis
tlie world. Talk i3 over with us.

fire insurance companies, but

fTY 'AND BONDING concerns xn

D. W. DAVIS, M4mEE OCALA, FLA.

We Save the Equ

To serve you as you ought to bi

I Ot pnurse. scmetimes, little thin

tional, and, if you will call us up,

pment and; Ability'

servied, and when you are not let us

ask you again, to let us know, for tl"? is. the only way we can accomplish

our desire.

go wrong, but they are not inten-

y will be corseted IMMEDIATELY.

PHONE 31

Hcs-& S?aeMiif Go.

OCALA, FLA.

son, Mr. and-llrs. Guy Smith and sev

eral others. From Ocala went Misses

Claudia O'Nefl, Ruth Hardee, Mildred

.Warner, Loufee Bitting and Ruby

Knight Lieuf. Stone, Corporal Bla-

lock, the Stag representative, Messrs.
Van Boney, Jahn Needham, W. F. and
John Adamsl Roy James, Frank
Churchill anil a bunch of the other
boys who stepped around so live lively
ly lively the Starfreporter counldn't count
them. Messr. Wiley Burford, M. C.
Izlar and Jalnes Rentz, out autoing,
stopped in tollook on for awhile, and
late in the efening, Linn Sanders,
Sibbald Wilsofi and Carlton Irvine, on
their Way honje from the lake, halted
to have a had, or rather a foot, in
the fun. Caflton proved "a welcome

reinf oreement to the piano-pounding
contingent, nd Candidate Frank
Adams playe the fiddle, a la Bob
Taylor: The hady Grove contingent

was present n force, including Mr

Adams, who s- unexcelled at leading
the square dances. s The next ball is
announced for, Friday evening, Oct. 6,

and the Ocala contingent is already

planning to attend.

Everybody is glad to have Mr. and

Mrs. William- Hocker and children
home again. They arrived from Den

ver yesterday They have been out
west the latter part of the summer

and greatly eh joyed their trip. Mr.
Hocker says business is good in the

west. Speaking of the prices of land,
however, he says that what we call
a landshark clown here would be a
very moderate and reasonable real
estate agent out there. Regarding
politics, he makes no predictions, but
he says undoubtedly there is a con

siderable split among the republi

cans.

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Mrs. H. S Chambers and her

bright little boy Robert and her moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. Blocher, are home from the

akc. I

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Mr. and Mrs. J, P. Galloway have

returned from their country home at

Moss Bluff. ?

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Mrs. L. Ei Edmondson and daugh

ter, Leah, arrived yesterday, to visit
Mrs. Edmohdson's daughter, Mrs.

Chas. E. Harris.

Mrs. D. E. Mclver and Misses Bet-

tie and Francis Mclver have return returned
ed returned home from their summer cottage
by Lake Wir.

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The eighth birthday of that pretty

young lady, Miss uaoette geyser,
was celebrated yesterday afternoon by

a party given by her mother and
grandmother to a number of her
friends.-

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State Sehator Igou of Lake coun county
ty county and daughter, Miss Williej pass

ed thru Ocala today. Miss Willie
was on her way to Tallahassee, to

enter the Florida Woman's College,
and her father accompanies her as far

as the metropolis.

How the Battle! Went and Why, by

Dexter Phillips.
Piano solo by $Iiss Marie Burnett.

Great Folks Most Depend on Small

Ones, by Mary Bryce.

Anxious to DoBig Things, by Sam

Fraser. f
How the Lord fEstimates Our Ser Service,
vice, Service, by Miss Fern Bell.
Song. f
Discussion. J
Collection.
Benediction, f
St. Philip's Church

The service Sunday morning will be

at 9 for the summer months. Daily

at 6:30 a. m. I R. D. B.
Christian Science Society
1

Services every- Sunday at 11 a. m.
at Yonsre's hall!' Everyone is wel

come. I

The society ipaintains a reading
room in this hajl, open on Tuesdays
and Fridays froip 3 to 5 p. m., where
a welcome is extended to the public
and opportunity afforded visitors to

read and procure the Bible and au authorized
thorized authorized literature concerning Chris

tian Science.

PREACHING Ar

NORT1

THE

OCALA CHURCH

Rev. W. H. Col

the North Ocala

o'clock Sunday aJ

is cordially invit

jman will preach at

Union church at 4

ternoon. Every one

to come out and

hear Rev. Colemal

FORD

)R SALE

I have a Ford louring car, 60-inch

tread, in perfect fondition. Apply at

once if interested! N I only keep them

two days at the outside. R. R. CarrolL

Carn-Tlmmas Co.

GROCERIES

GoodGoos,
Cheap? Prices,

od Service

STATEMENT OF THE CONDITION OF
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OF OCALA, FLORIDA,

At Close of Business Tuesday, September 12th, 1916, Condenaed from report to
the Comptroller of the Currency!
RESOURCES

Loans and Discounts, Marion pounty Warrants and Securities.
Stock in Federal Reserve Bank of Atlanta .
United States Bonds to Secure Circulation ..
Banking House, Furniture ano Fixtures
Other Real Estate Owned .. ..
Cash on Hand and Sight Exchange ..

.$359,725.43
. 2,700.00
. 75,000.00
. 40,000.00
. 1,022.20
. 116,575.94
$595,023.57

LfABIOTIES

.1.

Capital Stock, Fully Paid in.
Surplus (Earned)
Undivided Profits ... ....
Circulation
DEPOSITS ..

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DEPOSITS September 12th,. 196.
DEPOSITS September 12th, 1915.
i
INCREASE ONE YEAR

..$ 75,000.00
.. 15,000.00
. o,8tK).83
.. 72,800.00
.. 426,367.74

$595,023.57
...$426,367.74
... 325,261.37

.$101,106.37

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YOU ARE CORDIALLY
INVITED TO ATTEND THE

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NIN.G

Of PATTERN HATS and EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY
Monday EYening September
Eighteenth, Nineteen Sixteen

SEVEN TO TEN O'CLOCK

Showing Continuing thru Tuesday and Wednesday

AFFLECK I

New Location-Ocala House Bit Opposite Gerig' s Drug Store

business! fou sale

THE SPECIALTY SHOP

School Supplies,
Office Supplies,
All Magazines,
and Newspapers

Electrical and ilumbing establish-

iment. Will sell fat invoice prices.

This is a good btfy as there "is going

to be about $40,00 worth of plumb plumb-!
! plumb-! ing work installedin Ocala within the

next few years. It W. Tucker, Ocala,

Fla. I 19-4t

PICIAL

Ffohi
OCALA

HAD BILIOUS ATTACKS

A. E. GERIG
Phone 165
i

One Door-East ofM. & C. National

Bank

'My son nineteef years of age suf

fered frequently f frm bilious attacks.

I My husband brougft home a ootue oi
Chamberlain's Tabfets and began giv

ing them to him. 1 They helped him
right away. He bejgan to eat heartily
and picked up right along," writes

Its. Thomas Camfbell, Kirkville, N.

Y. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

Advertsie in the fitar.

CHATTAHOOGA, TENN, and Return. Tickets on
sale Septl4-15-16-17. Limit Sept. 27th.

NEW YORk AND PHILADELPHIA, and return.
Tickets onsle daily to Oct. 15. Limit Oct. 31st.

riiiO.IJ ft on sail ifailv to Oct. loth. Limit Oct. 31st.

39.05

(Concluded on Last Page)

Mclver m MacKay j

UNDERTAKERS and EM B AIMERS

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OCALA FLORIDA.
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E. C. JORDAN & CO. j
Funeral ifirectors and I
Licensed! Embalmers

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CHICAGO, Itlu, and Return. Tickets on sale daily
to Oct. 15th. Limit Oct. 31st.

DETROIT, MICH.,

daily to Oct."

15th.

and Return. Tickets
Limit Oct. 31sL

on sals

STANDARD RAILRQAD OF THE SOUTH

AST-Li W

WILBUR 1W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer

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HOTEL IhURGHILL

TYDINGS & C0.fcJ

NEW FALL GARDEN SEED NOW

IN SOCK
Also Flower aftd Field Seeds

CHOICjSST DRU6S AND DRUG

GIST'S SUNDRIES

All mail orders carefully and

promptly filled.
TYDINGS & COMPANY

Druggists and Seedsmen

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER? AND BUILDER
r-
Careful Estimates made on all Con-

tiact work. Gives More and Better
I Work for the Money than Any Other

Broadway and Fourteenth Street

Union Square

New Tork City
A Clean, Comfortable, Ccnveniet American Plan, $2 per Day and up.
and Homelike Hotel on both Amf- European Plant, $1 per Day and np.
ican and European Plans.
SPECIAL EEKLY RATES
CHURCHILL; & COMPANY

Ocala, Florida. f Telephonr No. 30 1 Contractor in the city.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 16, 1916

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OCALA: OCCURRENCES

Mil SOGlflL iMS.

Mr. C. J. Phillips of Williston was
in town today. j
Seed oats, seed Kpe and rape seed,
for fall planting. olala Seed Store, tf

For service first
Ocala's best drug

trade at Gerig's

store.

Dr. D. M. Bonej is home from a
business trip to Ja&sonville.

Hfc-

We cany a full line of Thermos fill fillers.
ers. fillers. The Court Phjrmacy. tf

Col. R: F. Rogers thinks that Ocala
should go after more conventions.

Coca-cola made
famous in Ocala a

n Atlanta, made

Gerig's.

1

Mr. W. B. Newbern of Maxville
was a caller at the Star office today.

Mr. L. M. Murray, at the meeting
of the board of trlde last night, said

he thought an effort should be made
to bring the Tamjla and Jacksonville
railroad, which now terminates at
Emathla, into Ocala. This would be a

feeder for the northwestern part of

Marion county.

ine evening tar may always De
found on sale al Gerig's News Store.

h-

Try Bouquet! pozlra perfume, $2

per ounce, at Gyig's. tf

. Mr. J. A'. Boufier and a friend will

be treated to copa-cola in bottles, if
they will take lis clipping to the
store of Bitting pi company on North

Magnolia street! The Ocala Coca

Cola Bottling Wfcrks.

Use Juba Self-Ri

A

licious hot biscuits At all grocers.

311.

!sing lour for de-

Dr. R. D. FullA-'s office phone is

9-4-tf

Policeman Grubbs, after several

days of illness, is able to be on duty

again.

A nevt shfpment
er" just in -all i
Phamacy.

jof Crane's station-

tyles. The Court

tf

The Star regrei to learn that Mr.
II. A.' Fausett has lost two fine horses
in the last few days.
4-

We have a newlperfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lastiig extract, $2 per

ounce. Gerig's. I tf

Mr. J. T. Mays of the Blitchton

section, was a visitor to the city to today,
day, today, and while in tipwn paid this of office
fice office an appreciated $all.
7

Horse, cow and ppultry feed, corn,

6ats, hay and swlet feed. Ocala

Seed Store. I 8-1-tf

Mr. Jesse Lanier, jj who has been
sick for months, ha$ returned home

from Hot Springs, jnuch improved,

tho he has not yei recovered his

strength. 1
Judge Smith this kfternoon issued
a marriage license td Mr. Thomas I.
Johnson end Miss LBlia G. Herrell,
of Oklavk aha. I

WherV thirsty! drink at Gerig's

Ocala's popular loca-cola fountain.

Bennett and Temple at the

House dining roctns are going

Ocala

to

serve another of tthose excellent tur
key dinners tomofrow, which if prop

erly utilized willlsave much work to

Ocala housekeepers.

Eastern Star Meeting
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., held

a regular meeting Thursday night. On

account of Masonic school of instruc

tion which will be held in Ocala on

Oct. 10, 11 and 12, it was agreed to

call off regular meeting Oct. 12 and

hold same Oct. 9, when all past mat matrons
rons matrons and patrons "will fill the offices.
After the meeting? a reception will be
held having for the honor guests Mr.
Marcus Endel, Mr. Joseph Connell and
Mr. Walter Scott, Ithe two former be being
ing being past grand patrons and the lat latter
ter latter present grand sentinel of Florida,
who will be here as instructors of the
Masonic school. Miss Juanita Lytle
of Stanton received the degrees of the
order at this meeting, after which
cake-and coffee was served.

COUNTY OFFICIALS

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O.

Bullock,

Circuit Judge -TV.

Ocala.
State Attorney-Geo. W. Scofield,
Inverness.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Ocala. v
Sheriff John P. Galloway, Ocala.

Tax Assesor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Tax Collector--W. L. Colbert,

Ocala.

County Judge W. E. Smith, Ocala.
Superintendent of Schools J. H.

Br in son.

Surveyor Alex. Moorehead, Ocala.
Commissioners W. D. Carn, Wal

ter H. Luffman, N. A. Fort, S. R.
Pyles and J. T. Hutchins.

Members School Board G. S. Scott,

Ocala; B. R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S.
Grantham, Fort McCoy.

Sub-School Trustees Jack Camp,

J. E. Chace, W. T. Gary.

Use Juba Self-Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers.

FORD FOR SALE

I have a Ford Souring car, 60-inch
tread, in perfect condition. Apply at
once if interested! I only keep them
two days at the outside. R. R. Carroll.
STANDING CUJMITTEKS
OF IIIE CITY CO UN CI I
Finance D. W, Tompkins, chair chairman;
man; chairman; G. A. NashW. A Knight.
Cemetery J. Moore, chairman;
D. E. Mclver, Q.fA. Weathers.
Judiciary J. M, Meffert, chairman;
J. J. Gerig, D. EjMcIver.
Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, WA. Knight.
Fire J. J. Gerig, chairman; J M.
Meffert, G. K N6sh.
Police W. A. jtnight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, H.-M. Weathers.-
Market H. ftf, Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Gerig.
Sanitary H.-'4 Fausett, chairman;
D. W. Tompkins, J. T. Moore.
Light and Water G. A. Nash,

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

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

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DAVID S
PHONE 223

a

Mrs. W. T. Gary left yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for a visit to the home of his
ancestors in South Carolina.
i
Judge Smith has issued a marriage
license to Mr. James Scott Roberts

and Miss Mamie Vera Gray of Oak.

The Star understands that the wed wedding
ding wedding will take place tomorrow,
i k
Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake returned last

night from Montrose, Pa., where she

has been for two weeks visiting rela

tives. She was accompanied by her
niece, Miss Ethel Sloat, who will

spend the winter; in Ocala with her

aunt. ?

This office is in receipt of a card
from Mr. Lester Lucas, who with his

company, Coburn'g Minstrels, is play

ing a week's engagement at Akron,
Ohio. Mr. Lucas s well and the min

strels are doing a land office business
l

. Mr. Chas. H. Lloyd, who has been

in LaFayette county for the past
month or two, is greeting his Ocala

friends again. I

Mrs. L. W. Ponder, after a wek
pleasantly spent at Lake Weir as the
guest of Mrs. C, HJ. Winston, returned

home this morning.

Master Frank Rentz and Miss Ruth

Rentz of Ocala, aye spending severa

days with their father, Mr. George

Rentz, and brother, Mr. Eddie Rentz

Jacksonville Metropolis.

Miss Mildred Pyles has returned to

her home in Ocala after a delightfu

visit with Miss "Helen JCochrane.

Palatka News. J

Mrs. C. C. Taylor of- Ocala is ex expected
pected expected to arrive Saturday for a two
weeks' visit with the family of her
daughter, Mrs. Carl Smith. Lake

City Index.
..

Mrs. A. J. Turner is spending some
time with her sofi, J. J. Turner at

Lake Sixteen. Duiinellon Adovcate.

Rev. R. D. Dodge returned last

night from a six weeks' vacation trip

Mr. and Mrs. Dodge spent a week
with friends in Atlanta, two weeks
with his brother ih Anderson, S. C, a
couple of weeks in. Cape Charles, Va.,
where he was formerly pastor, and a
while with his parents in Jacksonville.

He reports havingv had a delightful

time. Mrs. Dodge, svho stopped for a
visit with her mothter in Ocala, is ex

pected Monday. Clearwater Sun.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and two
children are expected to arrive to tonight
night tonight from Ocala fir a visit with Mr.

and Mrs. W. H. Freeman. Clearwa

ter Sun. I
r
Misses Florence and Kathleen Leit Leit-ner
ner Leit-ner returned to olala Sunday after
having spent several weeks, visiting
relatives in town. J)unnellon Advo Advocate.
cate. Advocate. i
i
Miss Dorothy McjDonald of Orlando
is in the 'city, the guest of Miss Ro Roberta
berta Roberta Chambers. SHe will be here for
two or three weeksj and her visit will
be a most pleasant one. Tampa
Times. I
Miss Roberta, daughter of Mr. W.
J. Chambers, left Ocala when a little
girl, but her friends here have not for forgotten
gotten forgotten her. I
Mr. and Mrs. P.! J. Theus of Ocala
arrived yesterday morning to spend
about two weeks in Daytona while Mr.
Theus will be engaged in looking af after
ter after various business interests here.

Daytona Journal.

CITY OFFICIALS

C.

-W.

Mayor J. D. Robertson.
City Clerk and Assessor H.

Sistrunk.

Tax Collector and Treasurer-

W. Clyatt.

City Attorney F. R. Hocker.
City Physician Dr. H. F. Watt.
City Marshal R. L. Carter.
Chief Fire Department H. S.

Chambers. J

Superintendent Street Depart

ment Robert Marsh.

Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve

land.

Superintendent Light and Water

Department J. Ci Caldwell.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
1
WANTED, LOSf, FOUND, FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCL NEEDS

FOR RENT Twofc-room cottages, all
modern conveniences. Close in, $15 and
$10 per month. Aply City Marshall
Carter. I 12t
WANTED To exchange Ford car for
farming implements, stock, poultry,
etc.. Address, "L, care Star. ll-6t
LOST Between jOcala and Silver
Springs on hard rlad, one 34x4 Unit United
ed United States straight side tire. Finder

will please leave at Star office and re

ceive reward.

vx:-:-::x:-:::::

FOR KENT Furnl

single room sor in

commodations for

Has all modern coi

to Mrs.
street.

;hed rooms, either

uite of three. Ac

;ght housekeeping.

eniences. Apply

Wm. Sinflair, 20 Herbert

WELCH
- Ocala, Florida

Please don't foiget that we carry
the famous NORRIS candies, the best
made. Fresh each! week. The Court
Pharmacy. I tf

MERCHANT S MINERS I

. Summer Tourist Fares

ANSPORTATIOH

COMPANY

From Jacksonville to

'e VftIf mrkA (41! ftA

Baltimore and return... 32.00
Philadelphia and return.. 30.00 1
Washington and return.. 34.00 $
Savannah and return... 6.00 i

Boston and return.... ..$43.00
Providence and return .. 41.00
Blue Mountain and return 35.50
Atlantic Citv and return. 36.50

Asbury Park and return. 36.50

ThrOUO-h tickets to All TTactovn toenrte trritVi rofum CnX-m 91

1J16, with privilege of stopovers! at principal points. Sailings from
Jacksonville, via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Saturday. Tt
Philadelphia August 24, September 3, 14, 24, at 4 p. m.
Steamships Suwannee and Somerset have staterooms de luxe with
baths, also shower rooms, hot and, cold, fresh and silt. Running water
m all rooms. Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommodation unsur unsurpassed.
passed. unsurpassed. Reservation, fare or an? information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask or tour book.
Address Merchants & Miners frans. Cc, Jacksonville,, Fla.
II. C. AVERY, Agt. L. D. JCES, C. A. J. F. WARD, T. P. A

GET RID OF ThIt
MISERABLE FEELING

There are few diseases that make
one feel more miserable than a dis disordered
ordered disordered stomach, f Mrs. A. Wingale,
Gorman, N. Y., wntes: "I began us using
ing using Chamberlain's tablets about five
years ago. At that time I was hav having
ing having a great deal o trouble with my
stomach. I suffered great distress
due to indigestion land constipation.
Nothing did me much good until I got
Chamberlain's Tablets." Obtainable
everywhere. 4 Adv.
51
HAD BILIOUS ATTACKS

"My son nineteen; years of age suf suffered
fered suffered frequently from bilious attacks.
My husband brought home a bottle of
Chamberlain's Tabltts and began giv giving
ing giving them to him. They helped him
right away. He began to eat heartily
and picked up right along," writes
Mrs. Thomas Campbell, Kirkville, N.
Y. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
-. : ,y
Masons meet Thursday night.

CONFIRMED PROOF

Residents of Olala Cannot Doubt

What Has! Been Proved

In gratitude frr relief from aches
and pains of baft backs from dis distressing
tressing distressing kidney Ills thousands have

publicly recommended Doan's Kidney

Pills. Residents i.of Ocala, who so

testified years ago, now say the re

sults were permanent. This testimony

doubly proves the worth of Doan s

Kidney Pills tolOcala kidney suffer
ers. I

C. F. Hays, ice cream mfgr. 703 S.

Orange St., Ocal,says: "I think that

heavy lifting caiised my kidneys to

become weakened I suffered greatly

from severe paias m my back and

was often so stiff and lame that

could hardly work. I also had severe
headaches. Doans Kidney Pills gave
me relief." (Statement given May 13,

1908).

MORE THAN SIX YEARS LATER

Mr. Hays said: "L haven't had occas

ion to take a kidney medicine since I

used Doan's Kidney Pills."

Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Hays has twice publicly recom recommended.
mended. recommended. Foster-Milburn Co., Props.,
Brtfalo, N. Y. Ad. 42

SEABOARD LOCAL

SCHEDULE

Southbound
No. 9 Leaves iTacKsonville 1:35 p

m.; Ocala, 4:30 p.!m.; arrives Tampa,

7:50 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves 'Jacksonville 9:30 p

m.; Ocala, 1:45 pim.; arrives St. Pe

tersburg 10 a. m?
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 8:05 p. in.
Northbound

jno. iu Leaves lampa l 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.

No.' 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala

1 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m

MT. ZION A. M. E. CHURCH

Sunday services as follows:
Sunday school $ a. m.
Preaching at lj a. m.
Allen C. E. League 4 p. m.
Song service by league choir.
Prayer by Revif J. T. Marks.

Scripture lesson by Dora McKinney.
Topic, first anjd child's help dis discussed
cussed discussed by Mr. HM. McKay. Second,
anconscious help;'' and help by prayer,
discussed by Mis Florence Williams.

Third, helping Hhe weak and help helpless,
less, helpless, discussed b Dr. Lee Hampton.
Vocal solo, byMiss Mabel Tillis.
Cordial invitation to all.
Chas. A. illis, President.
Miss Carre Deas, Secretary.
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self-Rising Flour! At all grocers.

SAVES DAUGHTER
I
k&rias of Mother no Doubt Pre Prevent
vent Prevent DangLterfs Untimely End.

Ready, Ky. I; was not able to do.
anything for nearly? ssx months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratchef, of ahis place, "2nd
was down in bed fof three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and wii nervousness and
womanly troubles.
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mothef advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 though!
it was no use for 1 was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now I am able
to do all of my work and my own
cashing.
I think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health.
If you surfer from 5iny of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped so
rainy thousands of pther weak womei
in the past 50 years, t
At all druggists, f
Write t: Chattanooga?: Medicine Co- Laiies"
Idrisory Dept.. &:aU&noe&, Tenn., for Sttcta.
fnttructio cn rcur case and 64-page bock." f.a-rt
rretran for Wom in plain wrmtpwr. K O. 1 if

FOR RENT OR JSALE Five-room

cottage on South $ixth street two

blocks from school house. In good

condition. Electricf lights, city water
and cistern. Lot 6Sxll6. M. M. Lit

tle, t

FOR RENT Upstairs furnished for

light housekeeping city and cistern

water. Rent reasonable. Mrs. P. H.

Gillen, No. 1 S. 5t St.

FOR RENT A twfc-story house with

all modern conveniences, in two blocks
of the square. Apply to F. W. Ditto,

city. I 9-1-tf

FOR SALE Store wood, seasoned
nine and cvptpssJ a lare load for a

jc f x c
dollar. Phone 2231 Prompt delivery.

Welch Lumber Ci 8-5-tf

FOR SALE A jlrsey cow and young

calf. Apply to John Winter, East

lake, Fla.

9-13-2 1

FOR RENT A fell located cottage

of five rooms, three blocks from the

square; all mode conveniences. Ap

ply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf

NOTICE

Of

Application for Leave to Sel

Minor's Land
7i

Notice is hereby given that on the

9th day of October. A. D. 1916, I wil

PFly to Honorable W. E. Smith

county judge in and for Marion coun

ty, Florida, at his office in Ocala, in

said county, for ffcn order authorizing

me. as eruardian aof the minor heirs o

the estate of C. t). Donley and Carrie
Donley, deceased, to sell at private

sale the following property belonging

to said estate. toVwit:

Commencing 235 feet north of the

northwest cornerjof block 80, Old Sur

vey of Ocala, Florida, running thence
north 52 feet, feast 210 feet, south
52 feet, west 210 feet; also lot 15 of
E. G. Smith's addition to Ocala, Fla.;
also lot or block f4 of Caldwell's sub subdivision
division subdivision of land in "the Alvarez Grant,
as per plat in Deed Book L, page 929,
said lands being n the city of Ocala.
Said lands belonging to the estate
of the said C. D. fDonley, deceased, to
be sold for the pest interest of said
minor heirs. t
This 7th day of September, 1916.
Cynthia Middleton,

9-7-5tdly 1 Guardian.

CHRONIC DYSENTERY

Commercta
OCALft! FLORIDA

CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
State. Conrity afid City Depository,

fflano

n Cduratv

ormiiory f

We desire to call the attention bf all parties interested to the y
1 v

SCHOOL HOME provided and suervised by the Board of Public In- S
i struction of Marion county for tUe benefit of outside pupils who wish S

to attend the Marion County Highf School at Ocala.

This is a safe, comfortable ancf respectable HOME with good fare
and desirable surroundings at &oQ per week for pupils.

For further particulars addre

5

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y
y

t

J. H. Brlnson,

Mrs. D. M. Ro

Superintendent

berts, Matron v

1

0 1

"An old gentle

was almost-at the

chronic dysentery

had given up all
induced to try

Cholera and Diar

dose stopped the

n of this town who

oint of death with

ome time ago and

pe of recovery was
amberlain's Colic,

oea Remedy. One

ischarge, and after

taking a few mort doses he was com completely
pletely completely cured," writes J. L. Baer,
West Manchester! Pa. "Many resi residents
dents residents of Baer's station can testify to
the truth of the alove and were aware
of the old gentleman's condition." Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everyvheVe. Adv.

in horses an mules at
Tompkins 1 Stable. Call
and look Ithem over.
Prices from! $30.00 up.

FURNISHED

ME FOR LEASE

A most desirable small residence
for lease. Well located, close in. Has
six rooms, bath, wo halls, closets,
five fireplaces; every modern conven

ience including new instantaneous gas

hot water heater in bath; screened
throughout. Houe is completely fur furnished,
nished, furnished, including new piano. Pretty
lawn, deep drilled well of soft water,
barn and garage Will not rent for a
short time. If interested apply in writ writing
ing writing to box 164, city, 29-tf

CURED HER CHILDREN OF COLDS

"During the past winter I had oc

casion to give Ghamberlain's Cough
Remedy to my tw children, who were

at the time suffering from severe

colds. It proved to be the very medi

cine they needed,! writes Mrs. Myron
J. Pickard, Memfhis, N. Y. Obtain

able everywhere. Adv.

LIST OF MAGAZINES
UAT THE LIBRARY

Following is a, list of magazines to
be read at the library when it is open :
Scientific American, Collier's. Sat

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

views, Popular Mechanics, The Out

look, Scribner's, pHarper's, Century,

Bookman, St. Nicholas, Little Folks,

American, Youths ; Companion, Ameri

can Boy, Woman'f Home Companion,

Delineator, Ladies' World, Ladies'
Home Journal, Pictorial Reviev, Mod

ern Priscilla, Th Musician, Garden
Magazine, McCIure's, Everybody's,

National Geographical Magazine, Cur

rent Opinion, Physical Culture, Good

Housekeeping.

Garden and flofrer seed for fall

planting. Bittina Co., 410 N. Mag

nolia St. tf.

14 lbs. sugar fcfr $1 with one dol

lar's worth of other groceries on Sat

urday and Monday! Smith Grocery Co.

3

O

i

Rt Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.

CO!

Saint Leo, Paso County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade. City and On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOLI for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORF Ok ATED JUNE 4, 1889

1

CLASSICAL AND CDFilMERGlAL COURSES
..$225 FOR TElj SCHOOL MONTHS
U. r POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C L. TICKET Of FIC AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1916

EW YORK

Ireturw5.oo
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Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare Includes ileala Good on Any Ship.
Tickets Now on Salev and Stateroom Berth

Final Return Limit October 31st
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot otJA trty SL, JacksonWUe, Florida.

DAVIE

-The Tire ilan

Service car always ready for tf

xouble on the road. Fisk and Hoed

Tires and Tube3. All orders prompt

ly filled.

24 N.MAGNOLIA STREET

Phones 43876

Ocala, Feu

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