The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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LOCAL NEWS
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PRESS TIME
WEATHER FORECAST
Partly overcast tonight and Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, probably with showers in south
poilion.

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Stubborn Fighting of Sunday Results in Their

AGCGBDIKG TO REPORTS FROM
London, Sept. 18. Paris announces
that the new French thrust south of
the Sbmme in Northern France', to toward
ward toward the important railway town of
Chaulnes, resulted in the complete en encircling
circling encircling of Deniscourt village. Denis Denis-court
court Denis-court formed the center of a wedge
the French aredriving into the Ger German
man German lines. Its resistance is holding
up an advance between Berny and
Vermandovilliers. The French have
further progress in this region, and
heavy German counter attacks were
repulsed last night, the report says.
BRITISH ARE STRAIGHTENING
THEIR FRONT
The British are apparently straight straightening
ening straightening thjeir front. London reports an
appreciable advance on the left to toward
ward toward Lesars, north of Martinpuich
and east of Courcellette.
SUNDAY WAS A GOOD DAY FOR
THE ALLIES
German positions exceeding four
miles in length were captured Satur Saturday
day Saturday night and Sunday by the British
and French armies in the continua continuation
tion continuation of their-offensive north and south
of the Somme. In addition quantities
of war material and a large number
of prisoners fell into the hands of the
entente allies 700 prisoners being
taken by the French alone. Heavy
counter-attacks against the, British
Sunday were repulsed with large
losses to the Germans.
INDEFINITE REPORTS FROM THE
BALKANS
- On the Macedonian front the en entente
tente entente attack in the Struma valley was
repulsed, Sofia announces. The Ger Germanic
manic Germanic forces in Dobrudja continue to
make progress according to Sofia.
The presence of a Serbian division in
Rumania alluded to in recent press
dispatches is not officially accounted
fo'r.
PREMIER ASQUITIPS SON WAS
KILLED
Lieut. Raymond Asquith, a son of
Premier Asquith, was killed in action
Sept. 15th, it was announced today.
MRS. LIVINGSTON
Resolutions by Dickison Chapter,
) U. D. C.
Whereas, It has pleased the Al Almighty
mighty Almighty Father in his wisdom to call
from all earthly labor to receive her
evarlasting reward, Mrs. J. H. Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, who was 'for many years a true
and faithful member and worker in
Dickison Chapter. IL D. C., of Ocala,
I Florida; now therefore be it resolved:
1. That in-the death and removal
of Mrs. J. H. Livingston, Dickison
ChaDter. U. D. C. has lost a true,
faithful and regular worker for the
cause, and one whose devotion to the
I objects for which the U. D. C. was
Lorganize'd is worthy of our admiration
and emulation.
" 2. Resolved further. That we. the
members of Dickison chapter, while
we bow in submission to the will of
the Heavenly-Father in calling her
hence, mourn her removal from our
1 midst and will miss her valuable ser
vices and wise counsel in all of the
work of our chanter.
Resolved further, That we extend
our deepest sympathies to the mem
bers of her bereaved family in their
irreparable- loss; and that the fore-
troincr nreamble and these resolutions
be published in the Ocala Banner and
the Ocala Star; and that a copy De
sent to the family of the deecased.
Mrs. L. H. Bailey.
Mrs. C. E. Waterman.
Mrs. L. T. Izlar,
Committee.
CORN SHELLER FOR TRADF
We have a power corn sheller that
we will trade for corn. Apply at the
Rtaloa nf Nirhols & Cobb. d2t W2t

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BERLIN AND SOFIA, BALKAN
THE ALLIES
(Associated Press)
BELIEVED TO BE
But Submarine Which Approached
New London Last Night was an
American War Boat
(Associated Press)
New London, Sept. 18. The sub
marine approaching here last night
believed to be the German submarine
Bremen was an American submarine
returning from the maneuvers, it de developed,
veloped, developed, with the return here of the
ocean-going tug T. A. Scott Jr. The
tug, which carried supposed repre representatives
sentatives representatives of the Bremen's agents, re reported
ported reported that nothing was seen or heard
of the Bremen.
III A SIMP
Robbers Who Raided the Homestead
Bank Gave Their Pursuers a
Deadly Repulse
Miami, Sept. 18. Two posse men
were killed, and two injured early
yesterday in an encounter in the Ev Everglades
erglades Everglades with four bandits who are
being hunted for jobbing the State
Bank of Homestead of $6000 on Fri Friday.
day. Friday. JEhe dead are Allen Anderson
and W. C. Anderson. Charles R. Wil
liams received five buckshot wounds
in his left side and arm, and William
Anderson was shot through the thigh.
The members of the posse appear to
have been caught in a trap. The posse
has been reinforced, and late last
night the bandits were thought to be
surrounded in a swamp.
STARVING THEM INTO SUR
RENDER
'(Associated Press)-,
Miami, Sept. ,18, "2:04 p. m. The
four bandits who robbed the Home
stead bank of $6000 Saturday and
killed two members, of the posse yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, are still at large. It is be
lieved they are hiding in the swamps
and are without food.
MAXWELLS MAKE MONEY
The Maxwell Motor Sales Corpora Corporation,
tion, Corporation, for the fiscal year closing June
30th, cleared a net profit of five and a
half million dollars. It will be remem
bered that the present Maxwell or
ganization is only three years old and
has no connection with the old com
pany operating under that name. It
has made a better car each year and
has reduced the price on the car each
year.
AUTO ACCIDENT
Negro Woman Killed When a Car
Turned Over
A negro woman was killed instant instantly,
ly, instantly, and other deaths were narrowly
averted when a Ford driven by Mr.
C. S. Gates, of South Lake Weir,
turned turtle on the "Dixie Highway
just below Weirsdale Saturday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Besides Mr. Gates, there were
three negro men and a negro woman
in the machine. Mr. Gates and the
three negro men escaped injury. Mr.
Gates, it seems, lost control of the
car, which left the highway, and
turned. The woman "was pinned be beneath.
neath. beneath. .' - -'': :
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.

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OCALA, FLOBIDA, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1916

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OPERATIONS ARE GOING AGAINST
MILLION A MOUTH
Will be Required of Americans to
Help Keep Belgians Alive
' During the Winter
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 18 Believing that
the war will continue at least another
full year, the commission for relief in
Belgium announced today that it faces
the necessity of asking and soon will
ask the American people to give a
million dollars every month in order
to avert widespread sickness and
death from lack, of proper food.
To date the United States has con contributed
tributed contributed an average of less than half
a million amonth, while the commis commission's
sion's commission's purchases in this country, thru
funds provided from other countries,
have lately averaged over ten mill millions
ions millions of dollars a month.
W. L. Honnojd, who has just arriv arrived
ed arrived in New York to succeed Captain
J. F. Lacey as -director of the com
mission in America, after having
filed a similar position in London,
says: .
"If the children of Belgium and
Northern France are to grow to
healthy maturity, they must be pro provided
vided provided with more food than is now
supplied to them, and to this end the
commission for relief in Belgium will
soon ask the people of the United
States to give at least one million
dollars monthly toward the cost of a
special meal which will be served
every day in the schools."
MAXWELL CARS
AID BILLY SUNDAY
The Baseball Evangelist Says that
Automobiles Make a. Bigger
Campaign Possible
Billy Sunday, the baseball evange evangelist,
list, evangelist, realizes the value of the automo automobile
bile automobile in conducting his great religious
revivals throughout the country. Dur During
ing During his recent campaign in Kansas
City, Mr. Sunday and his aides used
a Maxwell Sedan constantly during
his stay in the Missouri city.
The evangelist was immensely
pleased with the service rendered by
his car. In fact, he was so pleased,
that he wrote an appreciation to the
company. His letter follows:
"I wish it were possible to have
every one generally understand how
much you have contributed to the suc success
cess success of the campaign here in Kansas
City. It would not have been possi possible
ble possible for me to speak as many, times
and as many places but for the ex excellent
cellent excellent automobile service you fur furnished.
nished. furnished. "The cars have been dependable,
reliable' and comfortable. They have
always been in order, clean, attrac attractive,
tive, attractive, and we have had no trouble or
delay at any time. I thank you most
heartily.
"I had no idea that a light, inex inexpensive
pensive inexpensive car could arouse so much ad admiration
miration admiration as the Maxwell has done.
With best wishes for your continued
success and with kind regards.
"Sincerely yours, W. A. Sunday."
GLASS CABINET FOR SALE
For sale, a glass, oak finished dis dis-plav
plav dis-plav acbinef six feet hip-h and 2230
inches square; has four shelves or
compartments with two sliding doors
for each of the four openings. In
perfect condition. Apply at the Star
office. 9-15-6t
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.

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DEPARTMENT
(Associated
Chicago, Sept. 18. Further arrests
are expected in connection with the
so-called "blackmail syndicate," which
raids here Saturday night by United
States department of justice officials
exposed. The woman member of the
"syndicate" is believed to be in St.
Louis. Los Angeles authorities have
been asked to locate the sender of a.
telegram to Helen Evers, one of the
women arrested.
Information developed today indi
cated that operations were not confin
ed to the blackmail of wealthy men
and women. In the office of Edward
Donahue, one of the men arrested,
was some stationery of the "United
Turf Exchange," with "headquarters
in New York and offices all over the
world."
OPERATIONS ON LARGE SCALE
Dick Barrett and Edward J. Thomp-!
son, members of the alleged gang,
confessed that the operations of the
syndicate netted a million dollars dur
ing last year. Officials said there
were sixty in the band.
OPTIMISTIC AS EVER
Mr. R. S. Hall Believes the Silver-
Lined Cloud is About to be
Turned Inside Out
This section of the country has seen
the worst of the distressful condi
tions resulting from the war in Eu Europe,
rope, Europe, and better days are here, accord according
ing according to Mr. R. S. Hall, of this city,
whose interests put him in toueh with
conditions in this and other states.
Mr. Hall is highly optimistic, and be
lieves the times will steadily improve.
The evidence is to be seen on all sides,
he says.
In an interview given a represen
tative of the Star, Mr. Hall stated
that he expected to see a big tourist
season in Florida this winter, and
Ocala, he said, will get its share. The
remarkably fine weather which was
had last winter has advertised Flor
ida as only first hand evidence and
word of mouth can, and many who
came to this state last season will re
turn this season and bring their
friends with them. Although new
hotels and winter residences have
been built since last season, as a re
sult of the million or more tourists
that crowded the state, fears have al already
ready already been expressed of the inability
to take care of the crowds this winter.
Mr. Hall spoke of the large crops.
He spoke of the good prices for cot cotton,
ton, cotton, and turpentine. The citrus fruit
crop of the state will be a large one,
he said. The live stock industry, he
said, will be given a strong impetus
by the establishment in Jacksonville
of the packing plant of Armour & Co.
FUNERAL SERVICES
OF MRS. HOWE
Remains of the President's Sister
Laid to Rest Today at
Columbia, S. C.
(Associated Press) v
Columbia, Sept. 18. The remains
of Mrs. Anne E. Howe, sister of Pres President
ident President Wilson, were buried here today.
President Wilson accompanied the
body, which arrived at 11:30 o'clock.
The funeral services were held in the
Presbyterian church and the burial
was in the church yard.
SETH LOWE
(Associated Press)
New York, Sept. 18. Seth Low,
former mayor of New York and one one-timo
timo one-timo nrAsiAnt nf fYilnmhia Univer
sity, died yesterday at his country!
home, Broad Brook farm, Bedford
Hills, N. Y., at the age of 66 years.
GENERAL MILLS
Washington, Sept.-18. Major Gen General
eral General Albert L. Mills, chief of division
of militia affairs, died here of pneu pneumonia
monia pneumonia today.
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract, $2 per
ounce. Gerig's. tf

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OF JUSTICE
Press)
MARCUS FRANK'S
LATEST MOVE
Intends Going to New York but Will
Not Neglect his Large and Well Well-Conducted
Conducted Well-Conducted Business in Ocala
Frank's, one of the best known
stores in this section of the state, will
from now on be known as "the store
where styles are shown first." The
men's clothing and furnishing depart
ment has been done away with, and
heerafter Frank's will be exclusively
a woman's store.
Mr. Marcus Frank will leave about
October 10 for New York City, where
he has purchased a one-third interest
in a wholesale glove and handkerchief
house. He will continue his ownership
of his business here, which will be in
charge of his brother-in-law, Mr. Max
Israelson. Mr. Frank will not relin relinquish
quish relinquish any of his business interests or
real estate holdings here, and will
continue his citizenship in Ocala. In
New York Mr. Frank will do the buy buying
ing buying for his store here, and, as he says,
he will be in a position to watch the
markets closely and keep his stock
here new and up to the minute. As
soon as something new for women ap appears
pears appears iii New York it will be purchas purchased
ed purchased by Mr.Trank and shipped to Ocala.
Mrs. Frank will remain in this city
for six or eight months longer, before
joining Mr. Frank in New York.
Mr. Frank came to Ocala 17 years
ago, when the Boston Store was es established
tablished established here by his mother, where
the Court Pharmacy now is. In 1905
he formed a partnership with Mr.'
Thomas Harris, and the "Variety
Store" was opened; Mr. Frankpur Frankpur-chasing
chasing Frankpur-chasing Mr. Harris' interest in 1908,
since when the store has been known
as "Frank's." Mr'. Frank has been in
the dry goods business all of his life,
and knows it thoroughly.
The many friends' of Mr. Frank and
his family regret that they will no
longer make their home in this city.
They do not desert Ocala entirely,
however, for Mr. Frank expects to
make frequent business trips here.
Mr. Frank has always taken an in interest
terest interest in Ocala and hasdone much
for this city. He is a member of the
board of trade and has held office in
that organization.
THE AUTO TRUCK
SAVED A HOUSE
This morning about 8:30 o'clock the
fire department was called to the
home of Mr. Henry Gordon on the ex extreme
treme extreme south end of Orange avenue. On
the arrival of the fire apparatus the
roof of the kitchen, which set off from
the main house a few feet was found
in a blaze. To reach the house it was
necessary to lay hose from South
Eighth street for a distance of 1500
feet, and it was only after hard work
on the part of the firemen, with both
chemical apparatus and water, that
the blaze was confined to the kitchen
with only about $75 damage.
This fire demonstrated the worth of
the new auto truck. When horses
were used only 1100 feet of hose was
carried on the wagon which would not
have been sufficient to have, reached
the house. The driver would have had
to return to the station and load extra
hose and the firemen say that the
blaze would have been beyond control
by the time the extra hose arrived.
The new truck, however carries 1700
feet of hose, which gave the firemen
200 feet to spare, and allowed them to
save the house entirely and the kitch kitchen
en kitchen with only a small loss.
During the fire Capt. Louis Keef e,
who was only a short time ago severe severely
ly severely burned by the explosion of a gaso gasoline
line gasoline torch at the station, and has just
recently been able to resume his post,
had his left arm badly cut by a fall falling
ing falling window.
Fresh fall garaen seed now In. The
Ocala Seed Store. 8-1-tf
Horse, cow and poultry feed, corn,
oats, hay and sweet feed. Ocala
Seed Store. 8-1-tf

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On the Border Until the Crisis
v is Over

AT NEW LONDON

DISREGARD TRE MAIN POINT AT ISSUE

(Associated Press)

Washington, Sept. 18 The war de
partment has directed Gen. Funston
to return one regiment of the Nationa
Guard to its home station for each
new regiment sent to the border.
There are 18,000 guardsmen still In
state camps. It was indicated at the
war department that there would be
no general movement of the guards
men homeward until some decision af
fecting the border situation is reached
by the American-Mexican commission.
GREASERS DONT AGREE WITH
GRINGOES
New London, Sept. 18. The Mexi
can representatives, there was reason
to believe, were prepared when the
Mexican-American commission resum
ed its sessions here today, to insist
that the deliberations be directed to toward
ward toward an .agreement on control of the
border. The American representatives
had' planned to continue the study of
Mexican internal affairs.
All UGLY INCIDENT
British Ship with Twenty-Eight
Americans Aboard Reported
Sunk
(Associated Press) .-,
New York, Sept. 18. A torpedo
sank the British ship Kelvinia, carry carrying
ing carrying 28 Americans, according to G. W.
Dillard of Richmond, Va., who arrived
here today.
ARTISTS AID IN
MAKING AMMUNITION
Famous Porcelain Factory at Sevres
Enlisted in the Defense
-of
France
(Associated Press)
Paris, Sept. 18. The world-famed
national porcelain factory at Sevres
has suddenly been transformed into
part of the huge war machine. In
stead of making those dainty and
fragile statuettes and vases which
are the wonder of art collectors, it is
turning out "poteries de guerre," or
earthenware retorts and cauldrons
for manufacturing asphyxiating gas
and for all the various chemical pro processes
cesses processes of producing high explosives.
Even the famous artists whose names
are associated with the delicate col
oring of Sevres porcelain, are now ex exercising
ercising exercising their art in enameling these
huge retorts so as to make them
more resistant to theacids and chem
icals used in the war processes.
Early in the war, Mr. Bourgeois,
administrator of Sevres, learned that
the production of high explosives for
artillery was falling short owing to
the lack of earthen receptacles capa capable
ble capable of treating the acids. He there therefore
fore therefore proposed to the minister of fine
arts, M. Dalimer, that the art work of
Sevres be suspended and all its ener energies
gies energies given to producing the recep receptacles
tacles receptacles needed for powder-making.
This was approved and soon the
transformation was begun.
Sevres has gone through a com complete
plete complete transformation, and is today
furnishing thousands of receptacles
of all sorts in which powder, explo explosives
sives explosives and gases of all sorts are manu manufactured
factured manufactured and stored. With a staff
less than half its usual strength, the
production of Sevres is five times as
great today as.it was before the war.
And besides the great quantity of its
war output, the quality of its works
is making it a sort of expert school
for the engineers of the various pow
der factories. The chief workers of
these factories now come to Sevres
to study the chemical methods em employed
ployed employed in hardening clays and mak making
ing making them more resistant to high tem temperature.
perature. temperature. Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.

ASSOCIATED
PRESS
SERVICE

VOL. 22, NO. 216
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MEXJGAH DELEGATES PERSIST III TRYING TO

DISASTROUS DEFEAT
Met Villa and His Men When They
Attacked Chihuahua City
Saturday Morning
(Associated Press)
El Paso, Sept. 18. Two columns of
government cavalry are pursuing Vil Villa
la Villa and his main band which Saturdav

night attacked Chihuahua City. He
is headed for the Santa Clara canyon
country, according to reports to Gen.

Gonzales at Juarez.
If Villa manages to reach the can
yon, persons familiar with the country
believe the government troops will
have a hard time finding him. Today's
reports indicate that Villa has a force
of approximately 1,500 men. The gar-
nson numbered about 7.000. Villa re
mained outside the city.
DISASTROUS DEFEAT FOR VILLA
Mexico City, Sept.-18. General Ob-
regon, minister of war, announces
that a thousand followers of Francis
co Villa who attacked the -town of
Chihuahua Friday night, were routed
early Saturday morning with a loss of
six hundred men killed and many
captured.
RICH HAUL BY ROBBERS
Laredo, Sept. 18. Mexican bandits
are reported to have robbed a passen
ger train of $62,000 in gold near Tom-
osopo. The passengers on the train
were stipped of valuables.
NOTICE TO EASTERN STARS
The Eastern Star sewing circle will
meet with Mrs. Chas. E. Simmons
Wednesday at 3 o'clock at her home?
corner bancnez and boutn tilth
streets.
CAMPAIGN CONTRIBUTIONS
We, the undersigned citizens of Ma
rion county, Fla., endorsing the ad administration
ministration administration of the 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 sums annexed to our
names to aid in the national demo democratic
cratic democratic campaign, to be paid by Sept.
20th, 1916:
The following contributions have
already been made:
President of Board of Trade ... $25.00
Ocala Evening Star 5.00
Ocala Banner 5.00
W. D. Caldwell 2.00
Ed. D. Rou 5.00
L. R. Trammell .. 3.00
H. M. Weathers 4 '. 3.00
D. Niel Ferguson 3.00
Louis IL Chazal 3.00
W. J. Crosby, Citra 1.00
W. L. Colbert 2.00
C. B. Ayer 1.00
J. P. Galloway 3.00
P. H. Nugent .... 1.00
George L. Taylor 1.00 1
E. C. Bennett 1.00
IL C. Sistrunk .. 1.00
E. T. Helvenston 1.00
Harry O. Cole 1.00
W. W. Condon .1.00
W. T. Gary 3.00
John R. Rodgers 10.00
E. Jeffords 5.00
H. Brinson I ... 1.00
D. M. Barco 1.00
Alfred Ayer .3.00
BUSINESS FOH SALE
Electrical and plumbing establish
ment. Will sell at invoice prices.
This 13 a good buy as there is going
to be about $40,000 worth of plumb plumbing
ing plumbing work installed in Ocala within the
next few years. H. W. Tucker, Ocala,
Fla. 19-4t
Council meets tomorrow evening.



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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1916

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER CARItOLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. LeaTenzood, Baalneaa Manager
J. IL. Beajamlo, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., poatofflce ag second class matter.
PIION'E St

OCALA BANK DEPOSITS
CONTINUE TO INCREASE

(Domestic)
One year. In advance... '5-i?
61x months. In advance 2.60
Three months, in advance 1.25
One month, in advance 60

SUBSCRIPTION RATES
(Foreign)

One year. In advance $S.0O
Six month. In advance 4.25
Three months, in advance 2.26
One month, in advance SO

AMONG OURSELVES

The Star finds that most of our
people agree with it in what it has
said in the past weeks with a view to
awakening our business men to the
encroachments made on our territory
by the merchants of other towns.
Some people, of course, who don't
like the Star anyhow, have put an in intentional
tentional intentional misconstruction on what we
have said, and said we are advertis advertising
ing advertising other towns. Such a charge is
silly and not worth answering. Others
say that while what the Star says is

true, it should be discussed only
among ourselves. That is what the
Star has been doing. These prods to
Ocala, published in our daily paper,
which sends comparatively few copies
out of town, have not been published
in the weekly, which has a large
country circulation. Not that we
think this makes much difference.
The country people are plenty wise to
all these things. But we have always
pursued the policy of filling the week weekly
ly weekly up with the matter which we think
is of first interest to them, and by the
time that has been done there is not
much space left for what mostly per pertains
tains pertains to the town.
The ostrich policy, of trying to sup suppose
pose suppose nobody will kick you if you have
your head in a sack does not pay any
community any more than it pays an
individual. The Star has been trying
to pull the sack off.
Two or three weeks ago we pub published
lished published a circular letter sent out in
Marion county by a Gainesville firm,
and setting forth the advantages to
be gained by trading with the said
. firm. Every household in the terri territory
tory territory in which said firm was operating
had already received a copy of that
letter, but very few Ocala business
men would have known it had been in

circulation if they hadn't seen it in
the Star. Was that advertising

Gainesville ot telling Ocala what Ocala
needed to know?

If this country was at war with an another
other another country, and the enemy, un unknown
known unknown to Americans, had weapons
that gave them a great superiority
over our people, and this fact became

known to an American newspaper,

what should that newspaper do?

Keep quiet for fear of causing some

of our people to drop dead with heart

failure, or scatter the information

. broadcast so that all might prepare.

Only one answer to this can be made

by a sensible person.

Business is, and always will be, a
war. One Ocala merchant will take
business away from another, if he

can. Ocala merchants will take busi
ness away from Gainesville merch

ants ii tney can. And of course

Gainesville merchants will take busi

ness away trom Ucala ii they can.
Business men will take the bread out

of the mouths of each other's chil

dren in the way of competition, even

tho they might split their last dollar
to help feed another man's child if
necessary. And in business war, as
in-the war of guns, information of
what the other fellow is doing goes a

long way.

The Star has been observing these

things for some time. It has had re reliable
liable reliable information, and for a number
of months it spoke about it only by
word of mouth. What it said seemed

to be of little or no effect, so it began
to print, and there was something do doing
ing doing right away.
It is one of the most ridiculous
things in the world to think that the
country people can be fooled about
these things. They know, more about
them than the town people. They
have, as a general thing, less money
than the town folks, and they, calcu calculate
late calculate more closely and buy more care carefully.
fully. carefully. They know just how much they
can obtain, for their produce and for
their money in Gainesville as well as
they do in Ocala. Gainesville has seen
to that. Gainesville has been hustling
for their trade more diligently than
Ocala has.
It is claimed with some reason that
we do considerable business with the
southern end of Alachua county. Peo People
ple People who are well informed on the mat matter
ter matter say that Ocala drygoods stores
are better equipped and give better
prices than those of Gainesville. We
have much better roads than Alachua,
and it is natural for people who have
autoes to come to Ocala and to buy
while they are here. But we think
that a close examination of this busi business
ness business will show there is not enough of
it to keep even one Ocala store run running.
ning. running. It is a very small item compar compared
ed compared with what "goes into Alachua county
from Marion county by railroad.
It is tEe same way with the north northeastern
eastern northeastern corner of the county, where
ten people go to Palatka to trade
where one comes to Ocala. You seldom
see an Orange Springs man on our
streets, but we never open a Palatka
paper but we see notice of several
Orange Springs people being in that
town.
As for other matters that Marion
county people have in complaint
against Ocala, several of them were
set forth in Jack McCully's letter a
few weeks ago. This is another thing

the Star was criticised for publishing.

regard Jack as an enemy of Ocala.
But we have heard the same story

from others than Jack. And several

of our own business men have confess

ed some of the things he spoke of not
only months but years before he

wrote the letter. Jack is a pretty,

wise old scout, and voiced the opinions
of many people in his part of the
county. He is not an enemy to Ocala.
He was simply trying to pull the sack
off its head.
We all know, that Gainesville has
better freight rates than Ocala, so it
should not be a violent shock to be

told that Gainesville can undersell
Ocala, and it is only logical to sup suppose
pose suppose that she is doing so.

All advantages that Gainesville, has

over this town can be overcome by

energetic co-operation on the part of
our business men. There is not any
reason why the town should not have
practically the same freight rate.
There is only forty miles difference,

and that difference, unless unfair ad advantage
vantage advantage is taken, will make very lit little
tle little difference in a car of freight. The
trouble is that the roads are disposed

to take all the advantage they can.
Once in awhile, our people make a
kick on this. Then they relapse and
accept conditions for months -and
years. They fight by spasms and not
steadily and unanimously.
And, as we have told our people
many times, and as they know with without
out without telling, they are' neglecting at
present, they are absolutely ignoring
their main channel of relief, the
Oklawaha river.
The business done bv the Carmi-

ch'ael freight boat under considerable

disadvantages shows plainly what the

business men of the city could do for
themselves if they .would. The boat
was not so well calculated as it should
have been for that river. It draws too
much water and hasn't enough space
in proportion to its engine power. But
it carried a lot of freight, and it is

suicidal to let it remain tied up now

when the river is high. Our merchants
could get together and put a couple of
stern wheelers, for which the water
would never be too low, on the river,
and keep them busy the year, round.
They would give the town an advant advantage
age advantage that no other town in this part of
Florida could cope with.'
Some few people may 'criticise the
Star for talking out in meeting about
these things. But the Star has the ap approbation
probation approbation of the large majority, and
even if "it hadn't, it would be its duty
to speak.
We confidently expect to hear, or
see, in the next day or so, that the
Star says that all the "country people
are down on Ocala and Gainesville and
Palatka- are taking all Ocala's trade.
So we guess we had better say in ad advance
vance advance that we haven't said any such a
blank thing. Ocala holds the goodwill
of most of the people in her territory
and has most of their trade. But the
people have some reason of complaint
and think they have more, and some
trade is going to othtr towns that we
could have if we went after it. And

we are not doing what we could and
should do to obtain better freight
rates. The Star wants all reason for
complaint removed, and wants Ocala
to have all that is coming to her.
And now "if this be treason make

U1C UlUIli Ul ll.

Deposits in the banks of Ocala con continue
tinue continue to increase. Deposits in the
Ocala National, the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss National, and the Commercial
banks have increased over 280,000
since September of last year. This is
evidence of this section's ability to re recover
cover recover from the conditions brought
about by the war, which caused the
closing down of a number of the large
in dustries. Marion county, more moreover,
over, moreover, is harvesting a bumper corn
crop whkh will doubtless add to de deposits,
posits, deposits, not to mention cotton and
other crops, and the partial reopening
of some of the manufacturies that
were closed.
On September 12, 1915, the deposits

I in the Munroe & Chambliss National

Bank amounted to $401,623.98, and on

September 12, 1916, the deposits in

the same bank were $511,749.02, an

increase for he year of $110,125.04.
The deposits in the Ocala National

Bank on September 12, of last year,

were $325,261.37, and on the same
date this year amount to $426,367.74,

having increased $101,106.37.

The Commercial bank deposits on

September 12, 1916, amounted to the

very subtantial sum of $454,009.81.
The total deposits in the three banks

come to $1,392,226.57.

PREPARING FOR THE
INDUSTRIAL PARADE

A committee has been named to
take charge of the industrial parade
for fair week, and will meet this af afternoon
ternoon afternoon at 5 o'clock in -the office of
the board of trade to make plans for
a procession that is expected to sur surpass
pass surpass that of last year.
The members of the parade commit committee
tee committee are:
L. R. Trammell, H. M. Weathers,
Clarence Meffert, A. R. Sandlin, Louis
H. Chazal, A Waterman, Harvey
Clark, D. Neil Ferguson, Fred Hock Hock-er,
er, Hock-er, Duncan McDonald, Robert An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, Luther Mershon, Travis Col Collier,
lier, Collier, R. W. Blacklock, Rev. Bunyan
Stephens.

REV. BUNYAN STEPHENS'

IDEA OF REST

. (Baptist Witness)

Our genial brother, Rev. Bunyan

Stephens, of Ocala, has been "resting"

up in Georgia holding protracted

meetings. How like a preacher is
that. What other class of men on this

earth would take a.vacation that way

Brother Stephens is to fill his pulpit

in Ocala the first Sunday in Septem

ber, as usual. Georgia is a dangerous
place for a good preacher to visit,

holding a meeting. They covet
earnestly the best gifts over there,
and several of our best gifts have

gone to them. We warn them again

concerning .our John Bunyan Steph

ens. Hands off. We do not wish him

to make so many a "Pilgrim Pro Progress"
gress" Progress" to Georgia, he might find a
"delectable land" and fail to return

home.

A. P. Spencer, rumor says, will

leave the agricultural department and

go with the Florida Grower, succeed

ing Capt. Moreno who has cast his lot

with the big publishing house recent
ly incorporated at Winter Haven.
Leesburg Commercial.

Mr. Spencer is a frequent visitor to
this city and his numerous friends in
Marion would regret any change that

caused them to see him seldom.

Jesus Christ rebuked those who
persecuted the Magdalene and this
paper does not think that it needs
any higher example.

When it comes to talking about
southern states, there are few north northern
ern northern republican papers more unfair
and untruthful than the professedly
democratic New York World.

The 116th anniversary of MexicanJ

independence was celebrated thruout
that republic Saturday. It found the
Mexicans, if possible," worse off than
they were under the rule of Spain.

Don't forget the big meeting of

farmers at Summerfield next Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, the 23rd. The people of Sum Summerfield
merfield Summerfield hope that at least a thousand
farmers and stock raisers will be
present.

Under a five column headline the
Leesburg Commercial publishes a
four or five column story about the
110 acres of corn on the Muclan farm.
The Commercial makes special note
of the fact that the farms are near
Leesburg. Don't blame the Commer Commer-rial
rial Commer-rial at all. It does not say, however,
that the Muclan farms are in Marion
county, and nearer Ocala than Leesburg.

The state papers insist upon tell telling
ing telling us that Uncle Joe Dixon is back
with us but we miss him, if they do
not. He was up at Dothan, Ala.,
when we last heard from him, a little
uncertain about his return to Florida,
because, as much as he loves the
state, he says he hardly cares to live
in it should Catts be elected governor.
Lakeland Telegram.
Tell Uncle Joe to come on. It will

take a bieerer man than Catts tn tosTta

There seemed to be a disposition jto us stay out of Florida.

Horace White, for many years one
of the country's foremost journalists

and authorities on financial subjects,

died at his home in New York Sun

day. He was 82 years old. Mr.

White was a survivor of the dis

tinguished group of journalists which

included Charles A. Dana and White

law Reid. He was a personal friend

of Abraham Lincoln.

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.

MAXWELL 1916 MODEL FOR SALE

I have repossessed a 1916 mode

Maxwell touring car and put same in

first class condition. Will sell at

bargain; cash or time. R. R. Carroll,

Ocala, Fla. tf

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By

EDWIN BALMER

Copyright. 1516. by the Chicago
Tribune

(Continued from Yesterday)

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CHAPTER IV.
Evidence of Nation Wide Plot.
TIIEY separated and crept up.
crouching and listening every
few yards and then advancing
again. Tall, rank grass, which
would conceal a man lying down, was
between the road and a potato field
twenty feet to the left
Jim gasped as he crouched aain iu
this grass. His hands wore wet with
blood. Wendell walked past, shoving
his revolver into his pocket, and stood
staring down. Jim joined him.
Ingoufs body lay in the prass. so
mangled that Jim, forcing himself to
bend closer, scarcely could be certain
that this was the form of the man lie
had seen at the factory a few hours
earlier. If any of the revolver bullets
had hit him their marks had been ob
literated by the work of the bomb,
which, either exploding as he threw it
or having fallen from his grasp and
bursting at his feet, instantly had slain
him. The explosion had been of terri
ble force. The ground was hollowed
at Ingoufs feet, the grass was strew

ed and scattered, and the bodv was

torn and half denuded. As Jim stag staggered
gered staggered back from it. sickened. Wendell
knelt beside It
"We must search him." Dob said

quietly. Jim recoiled and walked off to

the motorcycle. The engine was still
running as it lay In the road. Jim

stopped It and looked over the ma
chine. It carried nothing but the ordi

nary equipment and the usual tools in
the case. The two bombs evidently

had been carried by Ingouf himself.

and he seemed to have had only the

two. At least Bob found none in his

search, and he discovered on the body

only keys and pocket knife, a few

coins and other ordinary trifles. In a

pocket of the coat it was a shredded

strip of wool, all blood soaked was a

letter addressed in typewriting to In
gouf at his home.

Half the envelop? and contents only

remained. The envelope bore In the

corner the return address of "S D

Marlatt, Insurance. Chicago." Withjn

was half the sheet of a typewritten

letter of the ordinary sort of life In
surance solicitation at least the type

written lines presented only the usual

appeal to the addressee to insure but

between those lines appeared hand

writing in the delicate, small charac

ters of a woman's script. Only the
first half of each line remained, and in

the moonlight the writing was not

legible. Wendell struck a match- and

held it oyer the paper:

Immediately upon receiving this you

vi

and proceed before morning to the west

er
etely demolish and burn and thereupon

you both in readiness for further serv

ice

when you will offer yourselves as volun

teers

and go to the front with the company for

the pur-

Wendell dropped his match. He gaz

jed at Jim across the blood soaked bit

of paper. "Do you see what we have?'

"You mean his orders for"
"For his duty at the start of war.'
"At the start of war?"

Wendell searched the ground finally

to make certain that he had found

everything; then he folded tbe bit of

paper and the half envelope within

other papers In his pocket.

"We can't get back to your house too

soon," he said to Jim. "They wil

come out of that farmhouse and do all

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Condensed Statement of Condition of

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OF OCALA,
OCALA, FLORIDA
At the Close of Business September 12th, 1916, as called for by Comptroller.

RESOURCES

LIABILITIES

Loans and discounts $378,062.93
Marion county warrants .. . 13,813.64
Overdrafts 3,166.27
State, county and other
bonds 16,675.00
Banking house, furniture
and fixtures 44,308.25
Other real estate 860.00
Cash and due from banks. 76,253.49

Capital stock .. . .$ 50,000.00
Surplus 25,000.00
Undivided profits 4,129.77
DEPOSITS .'. 434,009.81

TOTAL $533,139.58

TOTAL.. '.. .. ..$533,139.58

Accounts invited on the most liberal terms consistent
with good banking ;

Interest Paid on Savings Deposits

that needs to be done for that. There's
a secret service man In Chicago Si Si-bert
bert Si-bert who needs to know what we do
as soon as I can talk to him on a pri private
vate private line."
lie led the way back to the car. War
In America! They climbed to their
seats and Jim drove the car, dazedly,
toward his father's house. The clock
on the dashboard showed scarcely fif fifteen
teen fifteen minutes since he had stopped to
speak with Bob outside the factory,
and now Jim pulled himself togeth together.
er. together. A bright light was burning in the
lower hall of the Ashby house, and. as
the car came up the-driveway, the
front door opened and a girl's figure
In kimono showed in silhouette in the
doorway. It was Nellie, and she held
a telegram.
"You've been recalled, dear!" she
said to Bob. "The message Just came;
I was looking for you.
"Recalled!" Bob repeated.
"Yes; you are to report at Newport
News at the earliest possible hour. I've
put in a call for Chicago." she motion motioned
ed motioned toward the telephone. "I'm trying
to find if there's a Pennsylvania or
Baltimore and Ohio train out for Wash Washington
ington Washington or the Virginia capes tonight"
"Newport News!" Jim reiterated.
The name made strangely vivid and
understandable to him the idea of war;
it brought back from his boyhood mem memories
ories memories the turmoil and panic at the
start of the Spanish war when the
Spanish fleet was supposed to be sail sailing
ing sailing to bombard tbe American coast
and citizens clamored in terror for
American battleships to guard them
and when the Oregon was rounding
the Horn to re-enforce the Atlantic
fleet. "What's happened?"
"That's all they say," Nellie replied
to Jim, but her eyes never left Bob.
"He's to report Immediately. Do you
want me to follow you to Virginia,
Bob, or wait here till you can wire me
what's likely to be your home station?"
"That's best. I think, Nellie.''
"For me to wait here awhile V
"Yes; I'll leave money for you now."
He stopped, half dressed, and wrote
a check at the desk. "There, that will
cover expenses till next pay. day. I'll
notify the department to send you the
next checks direct. I won't need any
extra money on active service, ol
course."
"I'll keep my address at the depart department."
ment." department." Nellie agreed steadily. She
wiped her eyes with the corner of the
sheet while he was not looking. He
was talking, she knew, about the pen pension
sion pension to be paid her if anything tap tap-pened.
pened. tap-pened. If anything happened!
nis arms were about her, and he
was holding her again. lie had bun bundled
dled bundled her up and was hugging her tc
him.
"Nellie! My little Nellie." That was
all he could say, her name over and
over again. "Nellie!"
She could only cling to him as be
held her, and now be was putting her
down. When be was ready to get
into the machine he looked up at her,
mute, and mute she remained as she
watched him wave to her from his seat
beside Jim. Then the turn in the
road took him out of sight.
The roadster, driven over deserted
highways, rushed swiftly toward Chi Chicago.
cago. Chicago. It was midnight, and -with the
full moon still bright overhead Jim had
no difficulty In driving. The speedom speedometer
eter speedometer strip, under tbe little light on his
dashboard, registered over forty miles
an hour. It was slow compared to
the pace which he had driven in pur pursuit
suit pursuit of Ingouf, but there was no need
now even for the speed at which he
was driving. But his Impulse was to
drive faster and faster. A strange
seizure, impelling him to risk himself,
nnKto&cwl him
(Continued Tomorrow)

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on application. Ask for tour book.
Address Merchants & Miners Trans. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
H. C. AVERY, Agt. L. D. JONES, C. A. J. F. WARD, T. P. A.

II ill IB

If You Hare any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Up Five-One-Y

Put an Ad. in the Star

Walker-Smith
The Star has received the following
announcement:
"Mr. and Mrs. D. S. Smith annaunce
the marriage of their daughter Edna
Ethel, to Mr. John Elliott Walker,
Saturday evening, September the six sixteenth,
teenth, sixteenth, nineteen hundred and sixteen,
Ocala, Florida.
"At home after September the thir thirtieth,
tieth, thirtieth, Sarasota, Florida."
The marriage of Miss Smith to Mr.
Walker took place at the Methodist
parsonage Saturday night. Beside
the officiating clergyman, Rev. J. M.
Gross, and the high contracting
parties, only a few close relatives and
friends were present. The happy
young couple left on the early morn morning
ing morning train for Sarasota, where they
will make their home.
The bride is a very pretty girl,
brought up in this city and a favorite
with all who know her. About two

years ago, she went to Sarasota, to
make her home there with her sister,
Mrs. Mustiri; and take a position as
stenographer with a leading business
firm. Durjng her stay in Sarasota,)

she met Mr. Walker, and courtship
and marriage followed. "Miss Edna"
came home a few weeks ago to pre

pare for the wedding that took place

Saturday.

Mr. Walker is an active business

man of the hustling city of Sarasota.
The Star leads their Ocala friends in
best wishes for him and his charming

bride.

Mr. Walker is formerly from
Shenandoah, Va., but has been in

Sarasota for the past year and a

half. He is a civil engineer.
Mrs. Pelot and daughter, Miss Car

rie, leave tonight for Tallahassee, to
visit Mrs. Pelot's son, Marion Pelot,

an ex-Ocala boy, who now holds a re
sponsible office in one of the state de
partments.

Miss Collie Clark leaves tomorrow

for'Selma, Ala., in one of the schools
of which city sne will teach this fall

and winter.
Mrs Allie Van Juhan Davis, who

will teach one of the departments of

the high school this term, is making

her home with Mrs. A. M. Perry.

Mrs. B. A. Weathers and daugher,

Miss Janet, and son, Mr. Paul Weath

ers, will leave this afternoon for Jack

sonville, where tomorrow Mrs. Weath

ers and Paul will take the steamer for
New York. Mr. Weathers is on his

way to Harvard, for the second and
last year of his business course, while
Mrs. Weathers will visit friends in the

north for a month or two. Miss Janet

Weathers will go to Newnan, Ga., for
a visit with Miss Frances Arnold.

Mr. E. L. Bridges and family of At

lanta, will arrive Jn Ocala about the
first of October and occupy the resi residence
dence residence of Mr. E. P. Rentz. Mr. Bridges

is at the head of the Alkahest Lyceum

Bureau.

Mrs. O. A. Taylor left Sunday for
Lake City, to visit her daughter, Mrs.
Carl C. Smith. Accompanied by her
three pretty daughters, Misses Mar-
jorie, Donnie "and Sybil, Mrs. Taylor
came to Ocala some three years ago,
and has made many friends during
her residence here. All her daughters
are now happily married, and Mrs.
Taylor expects to put in some months
visiting them before returning to her
to. her former home at Live Oak.
..-
Mrs. John M. Graham and little

daughter have returned from a visit

to relatives in Jacksonville. They were
accompanied home by Mrs. Graham's
sister, Miss Kate Hull, who will be
the guest of Mrs. Graham for some

weeks.

Mrs.-Miles 'M. Landers, Mrs. Jessie

A. Rowe of this city, and Mrs. Wal

lace E. Johnson Sr., of Montbrook,

were guests of Mrs. Wallace E. John

son Jr., at Reddick Sunday, attending
the wadding of Miss Marjorie Taylor

and Mr. Leander M. Green.

Mr. James Leslie of Panasoffkee,

who has been visiting Mr. and Mrs

F. G. B. Weihe for a week, returned

home today having spent a most en

joyable visit in Ocala.

Miss Helen Veal of Leroy was the

week-end guest of Miss Katie Mae

Eagleton.

Miss Emma Perry, who has been

the guest of relatives in Jackson

ville for some weeks, is expected home

in a. day or so.
m m m

Miss Dorothy Schrieber leaves to tonight
night tonight for Tallahassee where she will
attend the Florida Women's College
for the ensuing term.
Miss Katie Mae Eagleton leaves
tonight to enter the Florida Gollege
for Women at Tallahassee for the
term of 1916-17.

Miss Beulah Hall is here for a vis visit
it visit to Mrs. R. S; Hall.
Miss Willie Proctor, of Eureka,
was the Sunday guest of her rela relatives
tives relatives in this, city, and with them vis visited
ited visited Silver Springs.
Mr. John M. Martin and daughter,
Miss Sara Peafi, returned Sunday
from a visit to Mr. and Mrs. John F.

Williamson in DeLand, and today

Miss Martin leaves for Atlanta to re

sume her studies at Agnes Scott Col

lege. During her stay in Ocala Miss

Martin has been the guest of Mr. and

Mrs. Lewis Long.
Green-Taylor

Miss Marjorie Madia Taylor, eldest

daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar A.

Taylor, and Mr. Leander Milford
Green, were quietly married Sunday
noon at the home of the bride's sister,

Mrs. Wallace E. Johnson Jr., at Red

dick. Mrs. Mary E. Bogie performed
the ceremony, which was witnessed by

.relatives and a very few intimate

friends.

The rooms were simply tho taste

fully decorated with roses and other

cut flowers.

The bride, an unusually attractive

young lady, was charming in a travel

ing suit of king's blue taffeta with ac

cessories to match.

The young couple were attended by

Miss Ella Bogie and Mr. Glenn John Johnson.
son. Johnson. A delicious luncheon was served
immediately after the ceremony. Mr.
and Mrs. Green left shortly after
amidst a shower of rice and good

wishes, over the Atlantic Coast Line

for Jacksonville and Pablo Beach,
where they will spend a few days be

fore going to their future home in

Live Oak.

Numerous telegrams of congratula congratulation
tion congratulation were received, and there were
many pretty and useful presents sent
by friends to the bride.
The bride has made her home in
Ocala for the past four years, coming
here from Lake City, and has a wide
circle of friends who will wish" her
every happiness in her married life.
Mr. Green is a valuable attache of the
Atlantic Coast Line at Live Oak, and
has a host of friends who will extend
congratulations.
Mrs. Frederick Hocker and little
son, Clifton, returned Saturday from
Elizabeth town, Ky., where they spent
the summer with relatives. Mrs.
Hocker's grandmother, Mrs. Gran Granville
ville Granville Watkins, accompanied them for a
visit to Florida.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meffert of

Lowell were in the city Sunday, for a
visit to Mr. Meffert's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. J. M. Meffert.
Mrs. Mabry Sumner and little
daughter, Evelyn, left Saturday for
a week's visit to relatives in Dade
City and Tampa.
Mrs. Maude Home and son, Mr.
Norman Home, are .expected home
from their summer vacation tomor tomor-row.
row. tomor-row. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Cullen and

children are home from a very pleas pleasant
ant pleasant visit to Daytona Beach, having an
easy trjp over Saturday in Frank

Morrison's car. Miss Miriam Pas-

tuer, who will teach one of the high
school departments, is making her
home with Mr. and Mrs. Cullen.

.
This evening from 7 to 10 o'clock

the Affleck Millinery Parlor will en entertain
tertain entertain its friends and patrons at its
annual fall opening and showing of

the latest and most up-to-date styles
in millinery. The spacious parlor at
the firm's-new location in the Ocala
House Block has been tastily arrang arranged
ed arranged for the occasion and all who at attend
tend attend will receive a hearty welcome.

MOVING PICTURE FEATURES

On tomorrow and Wednesday mov movies
ies movies of the Second Florida regiment in
camp at Black Point will be shown at
the Temple. Company A, from Ocala,
is shown very prominently in the pic pictures.
tures. pictures. The. friends and relatives of
the Company A boys will want to see
these pictures, which will be run in ad addition
dition addition to the Temple's regular program.

"The Price of Power," the Triangle
feature at the Temple Saturday, was
good. The story was unusual. The
fight scene was unusually well handl handled.
ed. handled. Orrin Johnson did some good
work as "Daffy" Smith.
f
Today Louise Huff will "be seen here
as a Famous Players star in "The
Reward of Patience," "a story of a
pretty Quaker girl. Miss Huff is
from Gainesville, and has many

friends in Ocala. She is steadily

climbing in the theatrical world. Lot Lottie
tie Lottie Pickford, sister of Mary, is in the
cast with Miss Huff.

Tomorrow Carlyle Blaekwell and
Ethel Clayton will be seen here in "A

Woman's Way."

Cam-Thomas Co.
GROCERIES
Good Goods,
. Cheap Prices,
Good Service

ff i3ecause theij taste so ocxxl-slicjhtly
sweetened to satisfy TOunosters palates
Crown ups lite theralecause they not
ff only taste oockI Titit are nour-
ishinciaswelLSoMby- - JT-
J mSc&lOc BISCUIT
S5C ZZ Packea COMPANY
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Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAL'JERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
OCALA FLORIDA,

ML

MY

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CEMEP

YOU ARE CORDIALLY
INVITED TO ATTEND THE

A

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ID

I IN 6

Of, PATTERN HATS and EXCLUSIVE MILLINERY
This Evening September
Eighteenth, Nineteen Sixteen
SEVEN TO TEN O'CLOCK
Showing Continuing thru Tuesday and Wednesday

AFFLECK MILLINERY PARL

New Location-Ocala House Blk. Opposite Gerig's Drug Store

NOTICE

To Our Friends and Customers:

Owing to the big advance on flour

and other raw material used in our

ine, we are compelled to raise the

price on bread and other bakery
goods. We dislike very much to do
this but as you know flour and other

materials have almost doubled in

price, you can readily understand our
reason for raising prices.

We are compelled to do so and after

Sept. 16, 1916, our price for small

oaves, will be 6c, butternut and other

10c. loaves, 12c; Pullman bread 18c,

all rolls 12c per dozen, cookies 12c

per dozen, doughnuts, 12c. per dozen,

etc. Very truly yours,

Carter's Bakery,
Per T. C. Carter.

When thirsty drink at" Gerig's

Ocala's popular coca-cola fountain.

FRESH MEATS, POULTRY,
FISH AND OYSTERS

PHONE 108

All kinds Fresh Vegetable
in Season
OCALA, FLA

TYDINGS I CO.

NEW FALL GARDEN SEED NOW

IN STOCK
Also Flower and Field Seeds

CHOICEST DRUGS AND DRUG

GIST'S SUNDRIES

All mail orders carefully and

promptly filled.

TYDINGS & COMPANY
Druggists and Seedsmen

Ocala, Florida. Telephonr No. SO

: E. C. JORDAN & CO. :
I Funeral Directors and I
I Licensed Embalmers

AVE

"The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tire
a-ouble on the road. Fisk and H.3
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
Fhones 438 76 Ocala, Fla.

I JL03EBI

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer

: Phone 10 Ocala, Fla. :

HOTEL CHURC

Broadway and Fourteenth Street

Union Square

New York City

A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient American Plan, $2 per Day and up.
and Homelike Hotel on both Ame- European Plant, $1 per Day and op.
ican and European Plans.
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
CHURCHILL a COMPANY



OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 18, 1916

S f 1

OCALA OCCURRENCES

K. of P. meet this evening.
Council meets tomorrow night.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.

Woodmen meet Friday night.

Try Bouquet Dozlra perfume, $2

per ounce, at Gerig's. ti

Mr. Joe Borden visited Gainesville
on his motorcycle yesterday.
Mrs. R. D. Dodge left for her home
in Clearwater this afternoon.
Easter Lily Bulbs 75 cents per
dozen at Bitting & company, the
druggist and seedsmen. 9-12
"
Mr. Tom Wallis has accepted a po position
sition position with the Anti-Monopoly Drugstore.

On consulting the bookkeeper, we

find that our friend, J. N. Simmons of

Sparr was only three and a half
months behind, instead of six, when

he wrote us that little note last week.
The editor doesn't keep the books, and

naturally supposed that Mr. Simmons

time was out when he ordered the day, 6:40 a. m.

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 Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 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 (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur-

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.!

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

FOR RENT

FOR RENT Two 6-room cottages, all
modern conveniences. Close in, $15 and

Ten-room residence on Adams

street. Furnished or unfurnished. Has

attractive large living room with six

windows, bath room, hot and cold wa

ter, tiled hearths, gas, electric lights,

kitchen and pantry finished in white

enamel. All bed rooms have from

four to seven windows. Two sleeping

THE BEST

$10 per month. Apply City Marshall a wv

- 1 Pvl UilCS. 11UU3C CV1CC11CU lUiUUUUUUU
hen Tr 1

L. mm V

Carter.

paper stopped. This makes Mr. Sim

mons owe the Star about 43 centSj

which we cheerfullv make him a

present of.

Mr. George Chambers visited Uma Umatilla
tilla Umatilla yesterday. He passed along the
Leesburg road shortly after the acci acci-Hont.
Hont. acci-Hont. fn Mr. Gates?' car in which a ne

gro woman named Marion Hector was hurg, 2:36-2:40 p

and

No. 141. Wilcox, Gainesville

Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. In.

No. 40, St Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.

No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05

p. m.

No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25

p. m.

WANTED To exchange Ford car for
farming implements, stock, poultry,

etc. Address, "L," care Star. ll-6t

LOST Between Ocala and Silver

Springs on hard road, one 34x4 Unit

ed States straight side tire. Finder

'
will please leave at Star office and re

ceive reward.

Nearly four acres of grounds chick-

; en houses and runs. Moderate rent to

desirable tenant. Apply .to Miss Jef
ferson Bell. Phone 278. If

NOTICE

Of Application for Charter of Marion

County Fair and Agricultural
Association

Notice is hereby erven that on the

3rd dav of October. A. D. 1916. four

(Carload f

ft'
I

FOR KENT Furnished rooms, either weeks after the first publication of
i i a this notice, we will make application

No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters- n ,?U"Y to the Honorable W. S. Bullock, judge
, 9.,fi o.4n m commodations for light housekeeping. of the Fifth judicial Circuit of the

killed. Mr. Chambers also reports a

shooting scrape in Leesburg yester

day in which one negro gambler killed

another.

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,

r ii il i: tA I ntuut, -"v. j jr-

f ruD" WA r n No. 32; Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny-
a friend will be treated to coca-cola, Thursday and Satur-
if they will call at the store of M. S.

IJJg UOjr, f

Has all modern conveniences. Apply state of Florida, in and for Marion

to Mrs. Wm. Sinclair, 20 Herbert county, to become incorporated under
I fVia 1 o Tire? i-i-f Tho cfato nf r Inrina nn.

1 A I Villi ian 1 VJU MV mj V -m. -m. V 4V JVyw wmm f

street. I 1.-v,1

under the following proposed charter.

J. M. MEFFERT.
W. T. GARY.
D. E. McrVER.
JAKE BROWN.
L. PWILSON.
ANNA TWEEDY.

W. K. LANE, M. D frysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.
Mr. Alfred MacKay left today for
Atlanta, where he will finish his stud studies
ies studies in the "Georgia Tech."
A new coat of paint has added to
the good looks of the Munroe &
Chambliss block.
Please don't forget that we carry

the famous NORRIS candies, me best
made. Fresh each week. The Court

Pharmacy.

Garden and flower seed for fall

planting. Bitting Co., 410 N. Mag

nolia St.

Sawaya and present this notice

Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.

FOR RENT OR SALE Five-room
cottage on South Sixth street two

blocks from school house. In good
condition. Electric lights, city water

and cistern. Lot 65x116. M. M. Lit

tle.

MAXWELL 1916 MODEL FOR SALE

FOR RENT Upstairs furnished for
V.trht hmisekeenincr: citv and cistern

I have repossessed a 1916 model wate. Rent reaSonable. Mrs. P. H.

In its report of Friday night's board
of trade meeting the Star inadvertent inadvertently
ly inadvertently gave the name of Mr. David S.
. i il.

wa n qq o mpmnpr i 1 1 iiit cejiiiiuillcc i

o- investigate the bargain; cash or .time. R. K. umrou, FQR RENTA two-story house with

Ul ttt.v.,w. o I S 1 T7I1 -F I

... .. .. j ucaia. rid.

f reieht rate situation as regaras

Maxwell touring car and put same in GiUen No x s 5th St.

first class condition. Will sen ai a

Proposed Charter of Marion County

Fair and Agricultural Association

We, the undersigned, hereby desire

to become incorporated as a corpora

tion not for profit under the following

charter:

ARTICLE I.

In many years will be shown at
Tompkie's Stable
Monday, Sept. 25th
Any one wanting mules should see them
before buying. Prices are right and re remember
member remember they are the guaranteed kind.
Remember the Date is Monday, Sept. 25.

The name of this corporation shall

nil modem conveniences, in two blocks be the MARION COUNTY FAIR

SPECIAL KATES

From
OCALA

mam norc AT t n P fATYITYllL

teeTr'e II. M7weathers, L. R. Tram- CURED HER CHILDREN OF COLDS

ouu "iinnnc me nasL winter x uau v-1 . j

j-, mt- ... n i i wif wa i u x.rnva nrnnn spRsnnen

to give Chamberlain's uougn

of the square. Apply to F. W. Ditto, AND AGRICULTURAL ASSOCIA-
H FF o 1 f-f TION, its principal office to be in
CltV. y-l-tl rv.ol-1 Mor-inn ennnfv Vlorida.

tf.

Mr. M. M. Clyatt of Otter Creek
was a guest of the Harrington last
night.
The mule season has opened. Cobb
arid Nichols will have in a carload of
the finest specimens of the long-eared
tribe tomorrow.

casiun w give jiioiiiuv.iiu.il 1
n A h nones at. the li?ht Remedv to my two children, who were pine and cypress, a large load for a

e n .nr.iioy, TOSter- at the time suffering from severe dollar. Phone 223. Prompt delivery.

. ; colds. It proved to be the very mem-
day and last night. A bearing burned th needed writes Mrs. Myron

out and naa to oe re-DaDDiiea. oup- j. ickard, iviempnis, i. x. uoiam

a c.iaoX inA Viia men -were a hie evervwhere. Adv.

Cl lllicuuciib jciiia v-ii hhu i

husv un to a late hour last night mak

Via i-anoif TVlorn xati a tin put in Uli urriWHbo

lllg ViiV rwmm-m. m
the service, however.

Welch Lumber Co. 8-5-tf

FOR RENT A well located cottage

of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap

ply to R. R. Carroll, Star office.

tf

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

Earl Hall, who has been a visitor in

the citv for the past few days, left Sistrunk.

n.nrr.irKr fm- nis home in Ocala. Tax Collector and

V' ilV mm.tmTM. w---
Orlando Reporter-Star.

C.

-W.

SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE

When ready to connect your plumb plumbing
ing plumbing with sewers or need tin work,
roofing, tanks, gutters, etc., plumb plumbing,
ing, plumbing, gas fitting, stove or general re repairing,
pairing, repairing, phone 494 for P. A. Durand,

the' plumber. 9-4-tf
That earnest and useful young
preacher, Rev. Bunyan Stephens, com commends
mends commends the Star for its criticism of the
"blackmail" system of licensing ques questionable
tionable questionable resorts.
Seed oats seed rye and rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
For service first, trade at Gerig's
Ocala's best drug store.

Dr. D. M. Smith and his two pa

tients. Mr. Frank Adams and wife of

Jacksonville, are at the famous min mineral
eral mineral springs near Alexander City, Ala,

We give prescription work prompt
attention and what the doctor orders

vou cret. The Court Pharmacy, tf

LIST OF M AGAZINES
AT THE LIBRARY

Following is a list of magazines to
be read at the library when it is open:
Scientific American, Collier's. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Evening Post, Country Gentle Gentleman,
man, Gentleman, Literary Digest, Review of Re

views, Popular Mechanics, The Out Outlook,
look, Outlook, Scribner's,v Harper's, Gentury,
Bookman, St. Nicholas, Little Folks,
American, Youths. Companion, Ameri American
can American Boy, Woman's Home Companion,
Delineator, Ladies' World, Ladies'
Home Journal, Pictorial Reviev", Mod Modern
ern Modern Priscilla, The Musician, Garden
Magazine, McClure's, Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur Current
rent Current Opinion, Physical Culture, Good
Housekeeping.
GET RID OF THAT

MISERABLE FEELING

Treasurer-

W. Clyatt.
City Attorney F. R. Hocker.
City Physician Dr. H. F. Watt.
City Marshal R. L. Carter.

Chief Fire Department H. S.

Superintendent Street Depart Department
ment Department Robert Marsh.

Sanitary Inspector G. W. .Cleve .Cleveland.
land. .Cleveland. Superintendent Light and Water
Department J. C. Caldwell.

ARTICLE II.

General Nature of the Object of this

Corporation

The general nature of the object of

this corporation is:

(a) To acauire. own. lease ana

control, suitable grounds and build

ings for the exhibit of the products

of Marion county, Jbioriaa;

(b)To provide facilities for the dis-

nlav of live stock, agricultural, hor

ticultural, industrial, educational, me

chanical and manufactured products

of Marion county, Florida;

(c) To provide inducements to en

courage' the citizens of Marion county

to improve tne stocK ana to inspire

them to more emcienj eitort in tne

CHATTANOOGA, TENN, and Return. Tickets on
sale Sept. 14-15-16-17. Limit Sept. 27th.
. . fm-.mm . 1

3h pm NEW YORK ANu HilLAUiiLi'mA, ana return.
!y)ByS) Tickets on sale daily to Oct. 15. Limit Oct. 31st.

BALTIMORE and WASHINGTON, and return. Tick Tickets
ets Tickets on sale daily to Oct. 15th. Limit Oct. 31st.

Jl mKLW IS? ESL CHICAUU, IL.U, and iteturn. licKets on saie aany
'O1 Bm to Oct. 15th. Limit Oct. 31st. :

and Return. Tickets on sale

to Oct. 15th. Limit Oct. 31st.

18.00

36.05

Southbound

No. 9 Leaves JacKSonville 1:6b p.

r i .nn Tamna mem lu mure cmciciit ciiui b i wre
m.; Ocala, 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa, f -A res0urces

, f mmn mm pm DETROIT,

l&y 'BSdaily

STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH

No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 3:60 p.

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

tersburg 10 a. m.

No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a

Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe

m

m.

COUNTY OFFICIALS

tersburg 8:05 p.

Northbound

No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.,

Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville,

7:15 p. m.

of the countv:

(d To provide scientinc and edu

cational advantages for the citizefis
of Marion county, and to co-operate

with the United States department of

agriculture, and the Florida state de department,
partment, department, in the development of the
agricultural and other resources of

the countv:

(e) To provide for demonstration

work in agricultural, horticultural,

educational and social lines m various
portions of the county;

(i) To provide entertainment and

Judge W.

S.

No.

ers.

We carry a full line of Thermos fill-

The Court Pharmacy. tf

Coca-cola made in Atlanta,
famous in Ocala at Gerig's."

made

A card from Dr. H. F. Watt says he
and his family are having a very
pleasant stay in Chicago. Dr. Watt
today is in Rochester, Minn., observ observing
ing observing an important feature of municipal
work being demonstrated in that city.
Dr. R. D. Fuller's office phone is
311. 9-4-tf

A n?w shipment of Crane's station station-er
er station-er just in all styles. The Court
Fhamacy. tf
Chris Huthmacher, a traveling man
who made frequent visits to Ocala up
to about two years ago, died at his
home in Jacksonville Saturday.
"Chris" was a good fellow and all who
knew iiim will regret to hear of his
death.

I SAFETY

I FIRST

There are few diseases that make

one feel more miserable than a dis disordered
ordered disordered stomach. Mrs. A. Wingale,

Gorman, N, Y., writes: "I began us using
ing using Chamberlain's Tablets about five
A . 1 . mm 1

years ago. At tnat time l was nav-

mg a great dear of. trouble with my

stomach. 1 suffered great distress

due to indigestion and constipation.
Nothing did me much good until I got

Chamberlain s Tablets." Obtainable

everywhere. Adv.

Circuit

Ocala.
State Attorney Geo. W. Scofield,
Inverness.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Ocala.
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.
Brinson.

Survevor Alex. Moorehead, Ocala. 393, Ocala Fla.

Commissioners W. D. Cam, Wal-

ter ii. gunman, xn. a. rort, o. xv.

Pyles and J. T. Hutchins.

Members School Board G. S. Scott,

No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30 amusement features during the period

ffTA J t-k4 nil IllVirva 'MAM

sonville 6:45 a. m. isL t ? "11

4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala snpriied Mrooea. :

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

HAVING TROUBLE

WITH YOUR CAR

Then bring it to me.

automobile troubles is my business.

Honest, efficient service; you pay for
the time put in on your car only. J.
A. BouVier, Anthony road, phone

9-16-tf

STANDING

COMMITTEES

OF THE CITY COUNCIL

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

J. J. Uerig, D. E. Mclver.

Street D. E. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W A. Knight.
Fire J. J. Geris, chairman; J M.
Meffert, G. JL Nash.
Pol iie W. A. Knight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, H. M. Weathers.
Market H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; 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.
FORD FOR SALE

Has become the slogan not
only on the highways of
travel, but also in all lines
of industry. There's no
such thing as safety if
your valuable property is

not covered "by

j FIRE INSURANCE
Z We represent a number of
Z the most reliable companies
in existence, and our facil-
ities are not surpassed in
Florida.
: D.W.DAVIS, Agency
HOLDER BLOCK

OCALA :-: FLA.

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.

CHRONIC DYSENTERY

"An old gentleman of this town who

was almost at the point of death with

Ocala; B. R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S. cnronic dysentery some time ago and

had given up all hope oi recovery was

Camp, induced to try UhamDeriam s tone.

Unoiera ana Uiarrnoea xveuieuy. viic
dose stopped the discharge, and after
taking a few more 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
Viq miVi nf li nhove and were aware

When you have plumbing or elec- Qf tne gentleman's condition." Ob-

tT-ial pnntriictinw let-ns furnish vou I tainahle evervwhere. Adv.

xi 1 XT 4- In.on nv nnna

Grantham, Fort McCoy.

Sub-School Trustees Jack

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

PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING

ARTICLE III.
Members
Any resident of Marioncounty, Fla.,
may become a member of this asso association
ciation association bv purchasing not less than

Remedying ne share of stock and the payment

lor StOCK sUDscnueu lor axiaii aumii
any resident to full membership. -ARTICLE
IV.
Term
This association shall exist for a
period of ninety-nine years.
ARTICLE V.

Subscribers and Their Residences
, Shares
of Stock

J. M. Meffert, Ocala, Fla VZ

W. T. fiarv. Ocala. Fla 1

' T

too small, tf

H. W. Tucker. FURNISHED HOME FOR LEASE

NOTICE

A most desirable small residence
for lease. Well located, close in. Has
. ... i i n i i.n

To Our Friends and Customers: six rooms, patn, two nans, uw,
Owing to the big advance on flour five fireplaces; every modern conven conven-and
and conven-and other raw material used in our ience including new instantaneous gas

line, we are compelled to raise the hot water neater m Dam; reeueu

price on bread and other bakery throughout. House is completely xur xur-goods.
goods. xur-goods. We dislike very much to do nished, including new piano. Pretty
this but as you know flour and other lawn, deep drilled well of soft water,

materials, have almost doubled in harn and garage, win nou reut xui

price, you can readily 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, doughnuts, 12c. per dozen,
etc Very truly yours,
Carter's Bakery,
Per T. C. Carter.

short time. If interested apply in writ writing
ing writing to box 164, city. 29-tf

NOTICE

Of

MAXWELL 1916 MODEL 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 time. R. R. Carroll,
Ocala, Fla. tf
v LADIES

Send me your old hats to remodel
with the latest styles at reasonable

prices. I will give "orders my per personal
sonal personal attention if cent this month.

Mrs. Thomas Morrison. Address P.
O- Box 224 Elizabethtown,' Ky.

Louisville address, 173 N. Keats ave.

Cure for Leaky Pens.
Empty the fountain pen, thoroughly
clean it, fill with ink and apply some
soap to the threads of the screw.

Youthful Watch.
Little Eda's mother had been pre presented
sented presented with a watch for Christmas,
and it was quite small. The first time

Eda saw it she exclaimed. "Oh, mam mamma,
ma, mamma, what a young watch you have!"
Great -Success.
"Was the public dinner you went to

a success?" "It was the best dinner I

ever attended. Every speaker who

was down for a speech had tonsillitis.'

Has the Wrong Idea.
"A man generally tninks," said Uncle
Eben, "dat -he's terrible when he gits
mad, when de chances are dat he's
only jes' funny."
Worth While Quotation.
"No inheritance can supply the
want of a virtuous education." Thom Thomas
as Thomas Wilson.
Uses of Adversity.
Adversity has the effect of eliciting
talenjs which in prosperous circum circumstances
stances circumstances would have lain dormant.
Horace.

Application for Leave to Sell

Minor's Land
Notice is hereby given that on the
9th day of October, A. D. 1916, I will
apply to Honorable W. E. Smith,
county judge in and for Marion coun countv.
tv. countv. Florida, at his office in Ocala, in

said county, for an order authorizing
me, as guardian of the minor heirs of
the estate of C. D. Donley and Carrie
Donlev. deceased, to sell at private

sale the following property belonging
to said estate, to-wit:
Commencinsr 23512 feet north of the

northwest corner of block 80, Old Sur

vey of Ocala, Florida, running thence
north 52 feet, east 210 feet, south

52 feet, west 210 feet; also lot 15 of

E. G. Smith's addition to ucaia, ria.;

also lot or block 64 of Caldwell's suD

division of land in the Alvarez Grant.

as per plat in Deed Book L, page 9Jy,
said lands beiner in the city of Ocala

Said lands belonging to the estate

of the said C. D. Donley, deceased, to

be sold for the best interest of said

minor heirs.
This 7thTlay of September, 1916.
Cynthia Middleton,
9-7-5tdly Guardian.
HAD BILIOUS ATTACKS

"My son nineteen years of age suf suffered
fered suffered frenuentlv from bilious attacks.

My husband brought home a bottle of
Chamberlain's Tablets and began giv giv-iner
iner giv-iner them to him. They helped him

right away. He began to eat heartily
and nicked up riarht along," writes

Mrs. Thomas Campbell, Kirkville, N

Y. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.

D. E. Mclver. Ocala. Fla 25

Jake Brown, Ocala, Fla 12

P. Wilson, Ocala, Fla... l

Anna Tweedy, Ocala, Fla 1

- ARTICLE VI.
Officers

The affairs of this corporation are

to be managed by the following ora

cers: fresiaent. vice-presiaeni, secre

tary, treasurer, which are to be elect

ed by the board oi directors at tne

annual meetings, and by not less than

seven or more than thirteen directors

to be elected at the annual meeting

of the stockholders.

ARTICLE VII.
Temporary Officers
President. J. M. Meffert; vice

president. D. E. Mclver: secretary,

Anna Tweedy; treasurer, L. P. Wil

son; directors, Jake Brown, A. Kj,
Cobb. D. E. Mclver. J. W. Davis, L,

K. Edwards, S. H. Blitch, E. L. Wart-

mann, W. M. Gist, J. M. Meffert, W.
D. Cam. are to manage the affairs of

the corporation until the first election

of officers under this charter.

ARTICLE VIII.
By-Laws

The bv-laws of the corporation are

to be made, altered or rescinded by
the stockholders at their regular

meetings, or at special meetings call

ed for such purpose.

ARTICLE IX.
Indebtedness

The hierhest amount of indebted

ness to which this corporation shall

at any time subject itself shall not

exceed $6oO0.

ARTICLE X.
Real Estate
The amount in value of the real

estate wmcn tnis corporation may

hold shall be $25,000, subject to the
aDoroval of the circuit judge "for

Marion county, rionda.
J. M. MEFFERT.
W. T. GARY.
D. E. McIVER.
- JAKE BROWN.
L. P. WILSON.
ANNA TWEEDY.

STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.

On this day came personally before

me Anna Tweedy, to me well known

who, being by me first duly sworn,
deposes and says: That she is one of
the subscribers who subscribed to the

charter upon which this oath and ac

knowledgement is endorsed; that it is
intended in eood faith to carry out

the purposes and objects set forth
therein. ANNA TWEEDY.
Sworn to and subscribed before me

this the 1st day of September, 1916.
(Seal) D. NIEL FERGUSON,
9-4-mon Notary Public
Advertsie in the Str.

Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
St Leo College
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for B(5YS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. P. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A.CL TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 13, 1916

WHITE STAR LINE

TRANSFER

AND

ITORAGE

Teams for Rent light and Heavy Hauling Moving, Packing

AX0Mj
Motor Cars
BEAVER
Wall Board

Collier Bros.

f 7 ''

Fire
WCDP
Uthla
WATER

Phone

296

MAXWELL TOURING CARS

In Stock in Ocala for
Ask for a Demonstration

Remember, too, that they are

ixfly

Iici

tresis

and, just as important,
that I carry in stock in Ocala,

for my cars, the price on same being lower
than those for any other Automobile.
EAST TER3IS, IF DESIRED

Mo

CAEMOILIL

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