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OOALA, FLOIIIDA, SATUEDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1916
VOL.22, NO. 21
Fair tonight and Sunday.
IMPORTANT POINTS ON THE
SOMME FRONT ARE NOW
BY THE ALLIES
London, Sept. 23.-Notable aerial
activity is reported by the French and
British war offices. Paris reports
French aviators were in fifty-six bat battles
tles battles yesterday, shooting down four
German machines. A French aviator
test night bombarded Ludwigshafen
and Manheim, Germany. The British
war office reports successful British
aerial raids on German aerodromes at
St. Denis, Westrem, Chistelles and
The British also report successful
trench raids on the Struma and
Dorian fronts in Macedonia.
The French report active artillery
fighting south of the Somme.
Apparently the Franco-British
forces on the Somme are preparing
Ito close their grip on Combles, an im important
portant important town on the Albert-Peronne
jrailr.oad, six miles northwest of Pe Pe-ironne,
ironne, Pe-ironne, which is virtually surrounded
!by the All ies. The French war office
says that French patrols have pene penetrated
trated penetrated the nearer edge of Combles,
wringing back prisoners. Razing op operations
erations operations usually precede larger move movements.
ments. movements. The British report the cap-
ure of German trenches on a half-
ile front, east of Courcellette.
HAD WEATHER IN THE BALKANS
Paris says bad weather is delaying
' READY TO REVOLT
The Greek situation is more com com-lex.
lex. com-lex. Former Premier Venizelos is
juoted as declaring if the government
ontrolled by the court party doesn't
let, the nation itself must defend its
; The mutiny on the Greek armored
miser Averoff'ia declared to have!
TOOK MANY TEUTONS
On the Somme front the British and
ench have made additional gains.
the British' have advanced towards
Sapaume, while the French have ap-
arently begun another effort to eject
he Germans from Combles and its
ailent in the allied line.
North of Somme, after checking
Jombles, the French have captured
everal trench elements and one hun-
red and forty prisoners. The British
ave straightened their line between
Iartinpuich and Fleurs, a distance of
bout a mile, by taking two lines of
German trenches. Paris reports that
fty-five thousand, eight hundred
ermans have been captured by the
inglo-French forces between July 1st
nd September 18th, more than thirty-
;our thousand of which were captur-
4 by the French.
ON THE RAGGED EDGE
Athens, Sept. 21 (Delayed) The
Ireek government, according to the
est of authority, has telegraphed
efinite proposals to the entente cap-
late which if accepted will mean
freece's entry into the war. If the
ncertainty in Greeco-Entente rela-
'ns continues, it is regarded as like-
y that Greece may declare war on
j Bulgarian on her own occount.
Von MacKenzen's Armies, After Cap Capturing
turing Capturing Silistria, Could Not Re Retain
tain Retain Their Victory
Rome, Sept. 23. Gen. Von Mac MacKenzen's
Kenzen's MacKenzen's retreat from Dobrudja, Ru
mania, continues, according to a wire
less to the Wireless Press from
Switzerland. The Danube fortress of
Silestria, recently captured by the
Germans and Bulgarians, is said to
have been abandoned to the Russians
CENTRAL POWERS INFANTRY IVES
HAD SUCCESS ANU CAS ATTACKS
On All Sides Today, Berlin Reports,
in Repulsing Their
j Powerless Against the Russian
Position in Galicia, Says
BAD POSITION FOR
A BIG BOAT:
TREVIND 111 TR0UBLE1XIC0 HOLDS 0
Its Becoming Evident that Report of I
Villa's Raid on Chihuahua City j
TO ITS HIES
MAY SUSPEND WORK
New ,York, Sept. 23. Unions here
and in Westchester county began vot
ing on the question of ratification of
the action of the eighty delegates yes
terday who called for a "general sus
pension of work" next Wednesday
morning. Leaders have appealed to
union workers to stay at home until
the traction companies make it pos
sible for them to ride on street cars
with offense to their union allegiance.
Berlin, Sept. 23. An official an announcement
nouncement announcement says the French and Brit British
ish British attacks on the Somme front yes yesterday
terday yesterday were unsuccessful.
Russian and Rumanian troops in
Dobrudja which have been attacking
Gen. Von MacKenzen on both flanks
of the battle line, have ben repulsed,
the war office says.
j Petrograd, Sept. 23. The Germans
ki launched two gas attacks lasting an
hour each in : the region of Lake
j Harocz, on the Russian line, yester yester-;
; yester-; day, says an official report. Waves
j of infantry attacked the Russians be-
j twen the gas attacks.
Eastern Company's Steamer
State On the Shoals of
TENNESSEE SUPREME COURT
SMASHED LOCKER LAW
Knoxville, Tenn., Sept. 23. The
state supreme court held as unconsti
tutional the so-called "locker law"
prohibiting the maintenance of lock
ers for bars or buffets in clubs in
Senator N. P. Bryan of Jackson
ville, Mrs. J. M; Bryan of Mandarin,
Mrs. A. A. Simpson of Kissimmee,
Miss Nancy Coir Bryan of Mardarin
and R. M. Price of Miami, a motor
party, spent the night here last night,
guests of the Harrington.
Please don't forget that we carry
the famous NORRIS candies, ine best
made. Fresh each week. The Court
Last evening Fort King camp No.
14, W. D. W., met in regular semi semimonthly
monthly semimonthly session, with a good attend
ance. After the business session the
camp was presented with the charter
of the Uniform Rank company by
Capt. Harris. This document, which
is the official recognition of Fort
King camp's affiliation with this feat feature
ure feature of the order, was accepted on be behalf
half behalf of the camp by Adviser Lieuten Lieutenant
ant Lieutenant T. D. Lancaster Jr. and Sovereign
W. L. Colbert, The charter, which had
been neatly framed by Quartermaster
Sergeant Fred Burden, was hung
upon the camp hall -wall where it will
bear witness to the camp's efforts to
carry out the initiatory work as pre prescribed
scribed prescribed by the beairtiful ritual of
During the evening Mr. A. G. Moree
was duly guided through the treach treacherous
erous treacherous trails and swampy paths of the
forest under the escort of the Fort
King Guards, arriving at last, after
a fatiguing journey at the choppers'
rendezvous, where after proper in
struction he was accorded the priv privileges
ileges privileges of a "Woodman.
The following additional contribu contributions
tions contributions to -the national democratic
campaign fund have been made:
John H. Taylor $ 5.00
W. D. Taylor .. 5.00
P. L. Billingsley 1.00
II. A. Davies 1.00
II C. Dozier 1.00
Frank D. Sanders . : 1.00
E. L. Stapp 1.00
J. J. Gerig . .' 2.00
J. D. McDonald 1.00
W. V. Wheeler 1.00
D. C. Peabody 1.00
I. C. Denman, Reddick . 1.00
C. D. Bryant 1.00
T. C. Carter 1.00
T. E." Bridges 2.00
J. B. Devore 1.00
Portland, Maine, Sept. 23. The
Eastern Steamship corporation's
steamer Bay State, bound from Bos Boston
ton Boston for Portland, went ashore off the
tip of Cape Elizabeth during a heavy
fog. Two hundred and fifty passen passengers
gers passengers were removed by the coast
guard. The steamer is high and dry
in a dangerous position. The crew
of sixty remained on board. It is
feared the Bay State will be a total
Brownsville, Texas, Sept. 23. Re Reports
ports Reports received here today said that
General Trevino's position as com commander
mander commander of northern Mexican troops
was seriously jeapardized by the Villa
attack on Chihuahua City. The re reports
ports reports say Nafarrate has been selected
as Trevino's successor.
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 sent this month.
Mrs. Thomas Morrison. Address P.
O. .Box 224 Elizabethtown, Ky.
Louisville address, 173 N. Keats ave.
The Senior Epworth League will
Mclver 5.00 j hold its monthly missionary meeting
Sunday evening at 6:30 o'clock. Mr.
Sam Fraser will be leader and the
following program will be rendered:
Subject, "The Fountain Head of
Song, I Love to Tell the Story.
Song, "From Greenland's Icy Moun Mountain."
tain." Mountain." Scripture reference.
Talk, "God the Father" Harvey
, Talk, "God the Son" Eloise Bou Bou-vier.
vier. Bou-vier. Talk, "God the Holy Spirit" Nellie
"The Irresistible Conclusion" By
Song, "Tell It Out.''
BIG COTTON OIL PLANT
IN JACKSONVILLE BURNED
Jacksonville, Septi 23. Fire at the
plant of, the Florida Cottonseed Oil
Mills last night destroyed one, of the
large buildings, a quantity of cotton cottonseed
seed cottonseed and five box cars loaded with
cottonseed on a sidetrack alongside
Mr. B. Goldman and a friend may
call at the store of Mary Basha, west
of the square, and drink bottled coca coca-cola
cola coca-cola if they will show this advertise advertisement,
ment, advertisement, at the expense of the Ocala
Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
Bennett and Temple at the Ocala
House dining rooms invite the people
to visit them tomorrow noon and save
the trouble of cooking a Sunday dinner.
Use Juba Self-Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers.
Blitchton, Sept. 2i: Mr. Loonis
Blitch left Sunday for Lake City,
where he will coach athletics in Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia College.
Mr. Jay Starkey of St. Petersburg,
ir the guest of Mr. Landis Blitch.
Mr. Fenton Blitch and Miss Oda
Blitch were week-end guests at Mor-riston.
A number of our people attended,
revival services at the Baptist church
at Morriston last week.
Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Blitch, Mr. and
Mrs. B. R. Blitch, Mr. and Mrs. B. C.
Blitch, Miss Legie Blitch, Mrs. Mazie
Lyles, Messrs. J. W. Coulter, Landis
Blitch, Fenton Blitch, G. V. Blitch and
J. A. Lynne attended the speaking
at Morriston Tuesday afternoon by
Mr. Sidney Catts.
Mr. Leland Akin of Dunnellon spent
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch and Mr.
and Mrs. L. D. Hendrix of Pleasant
Hill, motored to Anthony Sunday for
Messrs. Goree Blitch and James
Sanders spent Tuesday in Ocala.
Mr. Allen J. Stephens of Sparr, nom nominated
inated nominated in the June primary for mem member
ber member of the school board, was in town
Friday, and reports everything flour flourishing
ishing flourishing at that solid agricultural center.
There is a big corn crop, and there
will be plenty of hogs, both to butcher
and to ship. He t,hinks the oranges
will not be as plentiful as they were
last year, but will be of the test
Use Juba Self-Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers. 6t
Treasury Department Informs the
Operators They May Expect No
Remission from Taxes
Mexico City, Sept. 23. The treas treasury
ury treasury department, in a circular issued
last night, answering the appeals of
individual mine owners for a remis remission
sion remission of taxes on mining property, de declared
clared declared that their title? were merely in
the nature of a lease of subsoil from
! the government and do not give ab-
solute ownership. As long as persons
hold the titles they must fulfill their
contract by paying taxes.
Candler, Sept. 20. Mr. Thomas
Pritchett came in from Inverness Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for a few days' viist to his
mother, Mrs. Janie Pritchett.
Mrs. George Russell of Lake Weir,
was the week-end guest of Mrs. Mary
Hiscock. Capt. Rfissell came up Sun Sunday
day Sunday and remained for quarterly con conference
ference conference in the afternoon.
Mr. Harry Baxter has returned
from a visit of several weeks among
relatives and friends in Pennsylvania.
Mrs. George Yancey and little Mary
Elizabeth, Yancey have returned from
Mr. Charles Tillis is the latest Can-,
dlerite to possess an auto.
The stork visited the home of Mr.
and Mrs. Oliver Snell Monday and left
i baby girl.
Sunday afternoon, while Mr. and
Mrs. P." A. Fort and sons were out
driving they encountered a very large
deer which took French leave immed immediately
iately immediately upon being discovered.
Rev. Carmine delivered hi3 farewell
sermon as presiding elder of this dis district
trict district Sunday afternoon, to the regret
of the congregation of the Methodist
church, as Rev. Carmine luw been
respected and much liked luring the
past six years he has had this chaise
under his supervision.
14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
PUBLIC SPIRITED PEOPLE
Following are the names of those
ho have so far contributed to buy
enches for the courthouse square.
hese seats will fill a long-felt want.
Everybody chip in. Every little do do-ation
ation do-ation will help some, and a big del delation
ation delation will help a" great deal:
I Ocala National Bank. Louis H. Cha-
hl, J. Malever, W. E. Smith, L. Ze-
i adski, C. Camp, T. W. Troxler, J. R
vhite, E. M. Howard, J. H. Benjamin,
J. F. Condon, C. H. Lloyd, Ed. Tucker,
I. R. Whaley, Marcus Frank, R. L.
Win, W. V. Wheeler, D. B. Mayo,
H. Spearing, Ocala Grocery Co.,
cala Iron Works, B. F. Borden, R. L.
nderson. H. M. Weathers, David
Velch, J. E. Chace, Stephen Jewett,
I. F Morrison, Van Boney, John
eedham, Joe Doney, E. W. Clement,
paries McLucas, Mclver & MacKay,
J. A. Davies, The Book Shop, L. R.
rammell, Cam-Thomas Co., Smith
14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol-
..... it -e ...rioe nn Sflt-
n a worm oi. uuici &i --
rday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co:
HAD BILIOUS ATTACKS
"My son nineteen years of age suf suf-xf
xf suf-xf frAm bilious attacks.
Ty husband brought home a bottle of
famberlain's Tablets ana Degan giv giv-j:
j: giv-j: them to him. They helped him
ight away. He began to eat heartily
Ind picked up right along writes
Trs. Thomas Campbell, Kirkville, N.
. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
SI topi ItfMIMY,
S i. .L .E
THIS is merely an introduction to our new store. We have disposed of everything worn by men and boys. We will in the future only sell Dry Goods, Notions,
Millinery and all kinds of Ready to Wear Goods for Women and Children. By specializing in these lines only, we will be better prepared than any
other store in the city to take care of your wants. OUR AIM WILL BE TO SHOW STYLES FIRST. Another feature of our store will be that Mr. Frank will be
in New York all the time, constantly on the lookout for values and new styles. The management of the new store will practically remain the same. The honest
methods that have been used in the past will continue in the future. Every customer must be satisfied, or no sale. In order to get the public acquainted
with our new store we have decided to place a few useful and timely items on special sale for ten days.
COME TO SEE US THE OPENING DAY and then continue giving us your business.
Something that you should buy now, as no .doubt
you are getting the home ready for the new season.
Here are some exceptional values. Remember that
goods are now higher than they ever were. Don't
take our word for it, but find out for yourself. Save
money now. Strike while the iron is hot.
72 inch Mercerized Table Dam- A En,
ask, a good 59c value, at per yd. "ww
20x20 inch Mercerized Napkins (M in
worth at least $1.50, at per doz.P U
81x90 inch Bleached Sheets, no
seams, worth 85c, at only
81x90 Pepperell Bleached Sheets 7QA
$1.00, today at only U
42x36 inch Pepperell Pillow Cases 1 7n
worth 23n-atonlv iu
45x36 inch Pepperell Pillow Cases
Worth 25c, at only
18x36 inch Bleached Huck Towel s.Qp
today's price 12c, at only. .... Ou
78x88 inch Crocheted Bed f Spread,
weight 3 3-4 pounds, $2.50 M CQ
value, only..... 4'-vw
78x90 -inch Satin Finish Bed Spread,
weighs 3 1-2 pounds, $3.00 M 7Q
value at only
THIS line is now at high tide. In the history of the business merchandise has
never been as hige as it is today. However, we are quoting prices that
would have been cheap at any time, Get samples and compare.
9 Yard-wide white Linene a good 13c item, at
CI ner vard onlv lvrC
29 inch Fast Colored Chevoits, real 12 c val-
ues, at only, per yard
27 inch Dress Ginghams, Fast colors, real
12 Vs c values, at per yard only
Toile du Nprd Dress Ginghams, 15c val values,
ues, values, at per yard only
Amoskeag and Lancaster Apron Ginghams,
10c values at per yard
Yard-wide Hill Bleached Sheeting, 12V&C val values,
ues, values, at per yard.
American and Simpson's Calicoes, today 10c
at only per yard
28 inch Bleached Cotton Flannel, heavy
12 value at per yard
40 inch White Organdy, very sheer, 35c val values
ues values at per yard
40 inch White Voile, a real 25c value at per
33 inch Shirting Madras, a real 25c value,
fast color at per yard
Yard-wide English Long Cloth, a good 15c
value at per yard, only
Yard-wide Middy Cloth, something
worth 20c at per yard only
Fast Colored Brown Apron Checks,
8c, at per yard only
One lot Light Blue Chambrays, 10c value
at per yard only
Another lot Dark Gray Manville Chambray,
12c value at per yard...
31 inch Real Feather Ticking, a real 19c val- Ac
ue at per yard A T
Yard-wide Sea Island Sheeting, 10c value 'JjUf
at per yard only
27 inch Unbleached Canton Flannel, 9c value
at per yard only
30 inch Unbleached Heavy Drilling,
value at per yard only
36 inch White Pa jama Checks, a good 15c
grade at per yard only
a 12c 8c
Yard-wide Silk Messaline, assorted colors
$1.25 value at per yard
26 inch Silk Messaline, assorted colors, 90c
values at per yard
FOUR LITTLE, SPECIALS
One lot Ladies Black Lisle Hose, a
real good 25c value, at per pair only
One lot Ladies' Silk Waists, assort assorted
ed assorted colors, all sizes, worth up to $3.00,
your choice at only
One lot Ladies' White Waists, most mostly
ly mostly with short sleeves, worth up to $1.50
your choice at only
One lot assorted color Silk Ribbons,
in 40, 60 and 80 lignes, worth up to
15c, at per yard
STORE CLOSED cnpmoi pPlvPC STORE CLOSED
All the Jewish stores in Ocala will be closed apctldl niCtSS An the Jewish stores in Ocala will be closed
THURSDAY, SEPT. 28th. Will begin Monday, Sept. 25th and continue THURSDAY, SEPT. 28th.
Of course ours will be closed, too. till closing time Friday, Oct 6th. No longer. Of course ours will be closed, too.
" NEW FALL GOODS . Z MILLINERY
We are getting in New Goods every day. Remem- TT TTT) f TXT T V (O We are showing the best line of popular priced
ber that we are the only store in Marion County H W( Zj IVvl A shapes in the city. We only sell medium priced
that is catering exclusively to the wants of Ladies 11 ULW l JL J 1111 -JtJ hats, but we understand that they match up favor-
and Children. No matter what you want we have n . A ,c vnT TTCT T A CTnT?T7 ably with those that cost nearly twice as much,
it or will have it. OCALA S EXCLUSIVE LADIES' STORE Remember that we trim your hat FREE.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUXDAx
BITTIXGER A CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. R. Carroll, General Manacer Port V. Leavengood, Ilalne Maaagrer
J. H. Beajamln, Editor
Entered ftt Ocala, Fla., poatoffice aa second class matter.
ne year, in advance 16.00 One year, in advance ?8.00
Six months in advance 2.60 Six month, in advance 4.2o
Three montha. in advance 1.26 Three months, in advance 2.2o
One month, in advance 60 One month, in advance 0
The United States army has 200 a stranger to the matter would read
machine guns, which might defend an them he would think that a Turk was
entire mile of the Sornme front. the editor and that that Turk strongly
, favored a holy war. This one wants
Jacksonville going to bid for one America to be all Protestant, another
of the new naval stations. But our decidedly favors that we be all Cah Cah-biggest
biggest Cah-biggest battleships can't come into olic. When I see the number of base base-Jacksonville,
Jacksonville, base-Jacksonville, i ball fans that are sitting comfortably
. ; in the bleachers on Sunday afternoon;
Judging by an expression in one of when I hear the whine of the tin Liz-
our exchanges, editors of Florida ,. filled with healthy Americans;
. ;n u n Qif n when I see the movie houses filled to
newspapers will soon have to tawe a
reli 'ious test overflowing and the beaches crowded
re J with bathers all that day, I know that
. J America will remain normal. You are
iooks i k tue -""
mane-rove islands oi iar-soumern
m m c 1 1 i
Florida are a safer retreat for bandits
than the Wild West.
Mrs. Perry, widow of E. A. Perry, J
who was governor of Florida from
1885 to 1889, died a few days ago in
Ilendersonville, N. C.
The Palatka News says the Gem!
City has no bakery. Ocala has four,!
an, if nerpssarv can shin the Palat-!
kans all the bread they want.
Director Hamlin of the federal re reserve
serve reserve system says prosperity is sure
to last. The last seen of it in Flor Florida
ida Florida was about the year 1911.
The hyphenated vote made its
power felt in the New York primary.
It is responsible for the nomination
of Calder over Bacon, who was a much
more able man.
Judging by the experience Pinellas
county is having with its roads, Mar- J
ion will never pave its highways with (
brick, unless it can make them right
here in the county.
As our own country won't punish
Tr6vino, was is responsible for. the
treacherous attack on the American
soldiers murdered at Carrizal, our
people wouldn't be sorry if Villa ac accomplished
complished accomplished the retribution.
In the New York primary they had
a more complicated system than the
Bryan law, and there were about ten
times as many votes cast, but they
didn't have a hundredth part of the
trouble we have had. It was all over
and settled the next day.
Outlaw's boat is sunk by sheriff's
posse, says a Florida news dispatch.
Are we going back to the days of
Captain Kidd and the pirate times?
Augusta Chronicle, i
Compared with the pirates of mod modern
ern modern times, Captain Kidd was a rank
Mayor Mitchel of New York city
notifies the strikers and their friends
' that he will use all the powers of the
law to repress disorder and protect
the public from any evils that may be
thrust upon it by the strike. Mayor
Mitchel has nerve enough to be presi president.
dent. president. v
F. J. H. von Engeiken of East Pa Palatka,
latka, Palatka, who was recently appointed by
President Wilson to be director of the
United States mint, is now delivering
democratic speeches in the west. He
i3 not what might be called a spell spellbinder,
binder, spellbinder, but for addresses filled with
solid information he probably has no
.There is an open season for mis missionaries
sionaries missionaries in the South Sea islands.
The British and French naval forces
who have been keeping cannibals in
subjection for the last half a century
are busy elsewhere, and the maneat maneat-ers
ers maneat-ers have f?ee range on many coasts
where up to the last two years they
had to stay out in the sticks.
The Ocala Star sticks to the asser assertion
tion assertion that it did not assert that Sidney
J. Catts escaped the consequences of
killing a negro by pleading insanity.
We are not going to fall out about it,
preferring to believe we failed to wipe
our glasses before leading the Star
09 a certain occasion. Dayton Jour Journal.
nal. Journal. Better keep them wiped, Hugh. It
happens that that episode is one of
the things the Star has insisted Catts
.shouldn't be blamed for.
An appeal to the supreme court
will be made in the case of the in injunction
junction injunction to restrain the city from
making payment to Benjamin Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, contractor, for the new light and
water plant. The injunction was ask asked
ed asked for on July 20, before Judge Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, by Richard McConathy and H.
M. Hampton, solicitors for A. A. Van Van-denbrock,
denbrock, Van-denbrock, E. T. Spencer, Bertha L.
H.ogan and J. D. Small, of North
Ocala. Judge BuJlock refused on
July 22 to grant the injunction, de deciding
ciding deciding in favor of the city.
The following from the Key West
Journal will appeal strongly to the
great majority who are weary of re religion
ligion religion in politics:
"Scattered throughout this country
are hundreds of so-called religious
magazines and newspapers. They are
nothing but trouble makers. They
strive to array church against church,
denomination against denomination. If
entitled to your religion; let me haver
AMERICA AND EUROPE
The following fiom the Toronto
Mail and Empire, a leading Canadian
paper, is of much interest at this par
The United States Needs Friends
In the opinion of the New York
Herald, the United States is now
without a friend on earth, and the
time is coming when friends will be
needed as never before. On the south
is Mexico, and there is nothing but
hatred for Americans there. To the
east is Europe, and the United States'
attitude toward Europe has been one
of indifference except to sell goods.
Germany hates the United States be because
cause because the United States has sold mu munitions
nitions munitions of war to the Allies, and the
Allies realize that but for the British
blockade the United States would have
sold just as readily to Germany or
Turkey. There is no friendship for
the United States in Canada, says the
Herald, "because Canada feels more
deeply than do England and France."
Japan is certainly not friendly. "How
then," asks the paper, "shall we draw
nearer to those great nations on
whose banners victory is already
written? Who will lead .the movement
to break our commercial ice and show
the wrarmth of sympathy to nations
battling for what were once regarded
as American ideals?" The Allies
have not been without many warm ex expressions
pressions expressions of sympathy from the Unit United
ed United States. Many of the leading Am
erican public men, most of the lead
ing American papers, including the
Herald have testified to the right
eousness of the Allies', cause, have
expressed the fervent hope that they
will win, have asserted again and
again that they are fighting the bat
tie for the United States as well as
themselves, and have uttered warn
ing that if the Central Powers should
triumph their next enemy would be
the United States.
British, French and Canadian news
papers have from time to time given
expression to the feelings of grati gratitude
tude gratitude in the Allied nations aroused by
the sympathy of the American people,
and the solider American help in the
form of Red Cross supplies, ambu
lances, and the enlistment yof Ameri American
can American citizens who have already fought
or are now training to fight side by
side with the soldiers of the Allies.
As far as the Allies are concerned
there has been a very general hope
that the United States should not be become
come become involved. The Allies feel that
they are quite equal to the task be
fore them; not on their account would
they have the 'United States drawn
into the struggle. Undoubtedly their
admiration for the United States
would have been tremendously in
creased if the Washington government
had protested against the invasion of
Belgium, and had avenged the Amer
ican citizens who were murdered on
the Lusitania. But that was our neigh
bors' affair, and if they are satisfied
nobody else will complain. It is djf
ficult for us to imagine a time when
the United States and Great Britain
or the United States and France will
not be friends; but the ties forged in
the fire of battle among the Entente
Allies will no doubt be more powerful
bonds than a kinship due to a common
origin. Britain and the United States
will remain cousins. France and Brit Britain
ain Britain have become brothers.
The high weeds in the primary
school lot and on South Fourth street
have been cut, but as yet there is no
evidence that the stieet department
intends to help the situation at that
point by putting a drain on Fourth
street to do away with the big mud
hole on Tuscawilla.
It has been reported to the Star
that cows are running loose within
the city limits and have been espe especially
cially especially bothersome in the southeastern
section of the city. The pound master
should get busy and see that they are
taken up, and that the owners are
notified to keep them up.
The jitney is now running to the
springs only on Thursday and Sunday
afternoons, business the other days in
the week not making expenses. It
leaves Ocala on the hours from 1
o'clock to 5, and the springs return returning
ing returning on the half hours.
P. A. Durand, plumper, phone 494.
Sewer connections, tin work and
stove repairing. Shop 614 E. Adams
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7:30
p. m., preaching by the pastor. Ser Sermon
mon Sermon in the morning on "The trans transformed
formed transformed Life," and in the evening on
"Friends of Jesus."
It is now time to take up the work
of the church in real earnest, after the
summer vacation. And the members
lot the church and congregation are
requested to be present at all the ser services
vices services unless providentially hindered.
The public is cordially invited to wor worship
ship worship with us.
Prayer meeting Wednesday evening
at 7:30. We will take up next Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday evening a "Study of Great
Chapters," and endeavor to make the
prayer meeting very helpful and in inspiring.
spiring. inspiring. Come and be with us.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Pastor
6:45 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:45 p. m. Evening service.
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
"The Vision of the Holy Waters:
As the Gospel River."
Junior League 4:30 p. m.
Senior League 6:30 p. m.
Preaching 7:30 p. m.
All cordially invited, strangers wel
come. J. M. uross, fastor.
St. Philip's Church
The service Sunday morning will be
at 9 for the summer months. Daily
at 6:30 a. m. R. D. B.
Christian Science Society
Services every Sunday at 11 a. m.
at Yonge's hall. Everyone is wel welcome.
come. welcome. The society maintains a reading
room in this hall, open on Tuesdays
and Fridays from 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 Christian
tian Christian Science.
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. .i' nit' ..". use its wen as witnin
!:; v. ;s Osi urbanee. It might mean
Six t SiiK-it and bis men had arrived;
it i.u;.!i? luvnn that the feTiards without.
I'aiine! Iiy the confusion within, were
f'iiterijr4 to investigate. In either case
it was the moment in which Jim must
ju t t!?e moment in which he must
take his c h;me. He swept up a heap -J
'f letters from the larger table and.
hundlin them together, he thrust them
under -his coat before any one turned
the person who turned was
the younj: girl who h::l sat facing the
door. Jim had made no noise which
coultl have, caused her to suspect his
presence. She tseeuwd to have realized
before any of the others that the fact
that Dole was bound meant that the
one who had been Hole's prisoner must
be free in' the house- She spun about
to the salon to protect the documents
there, and. seeing Jim, she did not re
coil: she cried to the others nnd ran
The rest, still much amazed, did
not follow her at on e and she advanc advanced
ed advanced alone upon Jim. He backed toward
the nearest window and. pointing his
revolver, tried to frighten her
"Stop!" he warned her sharply, "do
"Shoot!" she dared him. "Flease
fire!' and she rushed at him.
He skipped back to the curtain over
the window, and as she reached him
he fired. The firing did not frighten
her. He had pointed the revolver far
to one side to avoid all chance of hit hitting.
ting. hitting. She saw this before he shot, and
she laughed at him tauntingly as she
seized his hand. He dropped the re revolver
volver revolver and tried to throw her off, bat
she held him. A man rushed up to
help her. It was' the young man ic
evening clothes. Jim threw the girl
back from him. and as the man came
Jim caught LVm with a fist under the
Jaw,- but the man came on and grap
pled at the same moment that the girl
tripped Jim, and he crashed back
against the window, shattering the
glass about him and the man who
fought with him.
The girl cried out shrilly as the glass
smashed on the floor. Then she stifled
ber cry, and as Jim struggled with his
antagonist he felt the girl's small.
tense hands seizing him. He was roll
ing on the floor amid the broken glass
with the inyi vho. had grappled him
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when a pistol shot ralig outm tile
Another shot replied from beside
the house. Now there were shouts all
about, and a whistle blew. As Jim
wrestled and rolled over below the
window, from outside a man smashed
In the rest of the glass and stepped in
A window farther down the room was
burst open, and sis another man ap
peared the lights in the salon wcui
In their pku-e a natjuo flared sud
denly from the enter f the room and
jumped from r-.ig to table ami to tin tin-hangings
hangings tin-hangings before the door, and Jim ni nine
ne nine gasped for bivaih swked in thf
fumes of gasoline.
The man with whom' he was wre
tling was trying no longer to hold him
Instead the man now was struggliir
to get away, and Jim was the one wh
was holding. The girl no longer inter
fered. Now. Jim maJe out .SibertV
voice calling commands to his men
the burning roon:
and Jirn's .-mta!:
onist wcakem d i.
"Ashby. w h e r
are youV" SIbertV
voice called "Ash
J i lii a nswercl
and Sibert was be
side him. Jim stood
up with his prison
er as Silert"s men
H Was Rolling on the Floor Amid the
capture of the house and, bringing buck buckets
ets buckets of water, darkened the room again
as they extinguished the lames which
the spies had started.
"War! President fears var! Army
and navy chiefs in all night council at
White House! President fears war!'
the scream of a newsboy echoed in the
street. It was dawn- A gray glow
spread over the sky from the east, and
the moon, yellow and bright a few mo moments
ments moments before, became whiter and dim dimmer.
The street lamps went out, and
garish were the electric lights which
showed the ruin of the salon 'in the
house of the spies. Two. police motor
wagons backed before the door were
removing the men and the women
caught in the house, except the girl
who had struggled with Jim Ashby
and one of the men who had been on
guard. An ambulance already had
taken the girl to a hospital, where a
surgeon would repair the artery In her
arm cut by the broken glass. The
fcody of the guard was to be removed
In the dining room Jim Ashby and
Sibert spread upon tin? table the letters
which had been saved. .There were
only scraps or charred bits in addition
to the bundle of undamaged papers
which Jim had saved; the spies had
succeeded in burning or otherwise de destroying
stroying destroying all the rest. Sibert sponged
the sheets of paper with a chemical
solution which he had brought, and be between
tween between "the lines of typewriting sen sentences
tences sentences of script came out in clear,
"How many more letters were there?"
"I got maybe a fourth of those in
The secret service man gazed down
at the letters grimly. "These are a
quarter of the orders they were send sending
ing sending out from here. Ashby, think of
this sort of "thing going on all over the
country this morning!"
The newspaper delivery boy was hur hurrying
rying hurrying up the walk with the morning
paper which had been held a little
later than usual for the last "War Ex Extra"
tra" Extra" when Jim reached his father's
"A Million Men Called r the headline
blared across the top of the front page
"A Million Men Needed For Imme
"Hostile fleet, approaching our shores,
ainks American scout cruiser Salem!
Commander Barrett, violating instruc instructions
tions instructions to take president's advisers to
naltl, discovers powerful fleet in north
Atlantic. Salem immediately fired on.
but before sinking succeeds In flashing
warning to Washington!
"Hostile fleet contains twenty-six
ships of the first line four dread dread-naughts
naughts dread-naughts of the Zeus class, six of the
Trajan, four of the Pharaoh, six of the
Sargon and two of the Thor. with four
battle cruisers of the Carthage class.
Fleet more iowerful than our strong strongest
est strongest combination! Our ships scattered!
"Army of the prince regent, at least
"300,000 strong, now on transports or
ready, to take ship to attack our coasts;
800,000 men will be landed on our
shores within month Is enemy's plan!
To orwi;o tfjrs jrL;idpnt ''alia for
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of making it mutually profitable.
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If You Have any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Up Five-One-Y
The new social club of the high
school girls -had a very pleasant time
at Silver Springs yesterday evening.
Chaperoned by Mr. and Mrs. Russell
Dehon, they went out to the springs
about sundown, and after a swim had
a picnic supper in the grove. After
supper they were joined by a number
of the boys and all passed a couple of
hours dancing to the music of a vic vic-trola
trola vic-trola in the new pavilion. The young
ladies of the party were Misses Sid
ney Perry, Louise Spencer, Lesley
Jackson, Callie Gissendaner, Sarah
Dehon, Theo Beckham, Ellen Strip Stripling,
ling, Stripling, Lillian Ciarkson and Ruby Gis-
sendaner. The boys were Norman
Home, Robert Hail, Julian Rentz,
Carlton Ervine, Joe Borden, Wellie
Meffert, Carol Blalock, Wayne Ten
Eyck, Sibbald Wilson and John Batts.
A silver tea for the benefit of the
proposed city park will be given at
the home of Mrs. Harvey Clark on
Fort King avenue, Friday, September
29. The hours will be from 4 o'clock
in the afternoon to 10 o'clock in the
evening. The park i3 being promoted
by the Woman's Club, and the club
asks the assistance of the public.
Work on the park will be started next
month, under the direction of Mr.
Harold B. Swope, landscape architect.
Miss Katie Mae Galloway of Mc-
Comb, Miss., Miss Lucile Cooper of
Brookhaven, Miss., and Miss Helen
Vaughan of Thomasville, Ga., who
will be on the teaching staff of the
Ocala high school, have arrived for
the opening of school Monday.
Dr. H. F. Watt, city physician and
! health officer, is spending this week
in Rochester, N. Y., with the famous
Mayo brothers, surgeons. Dr. and
Mrs. Watt and little Helen are enjoy
ing their trip, and Dr. Watt is having
a splendid post-graduate course at the
The Star is glad to report that Mr.
Chas. J. Leitner has sufficiently recov
ered from his recent severe illness to
be able to go to Oak, where he and
family will spend several days with
his father and mother.
The Baptist sewing circle meets at
the home of Mrs. Paul Durand Mon
day afternoon at 3 o'clock. All mem members
bers members are specially requested to be
Miss Marguerite Porter left this
morning for Daytona Beach, where
she will spend a week or more, enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying the pleasures of that superb sum
mer resort. On her return home, Miss
Porter will open her music studio at!
her home on Fort King.
Miss Emma Perry, who has "been
visiting her aunt, Mrs. B. W. McDon
ald, at her home in Jacksonville for
the past month, will return home this
After a pleasant visit to friends in
this city, Mrs. C. B. Strickland left
yesterday for her home in Gainesville.
Judge and Mrs. Wm. E. Smith have
bestowed the name of Marguerite Ray
on their dainty little daughter, who
arrived a couple of weeks ago.
Mrs. R. T. Weaver, who has been
in the city attending to business af affairs
fairs affairs this week, left this afternoon
for her present home in Dade City.
Miss Carrye Brown has accepted
the position of cashier at Frank's.
Mrs. J. B. Hayes and pretty little
daughter, Mary Lena, returned yes
terday from a visit to friends in Or Or-llando,
llando, Or-llando, Ocoee and Winter Garden.
Mr. and Mrs. Dell Moody were in
the city from their. home near Okla-
waha last night.
We find in the Lakeland Telegram
reference to two ladies who are most
pleasantly remembered in Ocala:
'Mrs. Guy W. Toph was the charm
ing hostess to the Y. S. club yester-
Lday afternoon at her lovely home on
Peachtree street, the occasion being
one of great pleasure to all present.
The club will meet next Wednesday
afternoon at the home of Mrs. Edwin
Spencer Jr., in Rosedale."
Born, to Mr. and Mrs. B. D. Hiers,
on Tuesday, September 19th, a fine
ten-pound son. Mother and child both
doing well. Judge Hiers is receiv
ing the congratulations of his many
friends. Gainesville Sun.
ivirs. uena iseisier oi Trilby is
visiting her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Burke at their
home on Sanchez street.
m m m
Miss Nona Sewell, one of the effi
cient teachers of the Hernando high
school, left last Tuesday morning for
DeLand, where she will spend several
days before returning to the city.
Palatka friends of Lieutenant and
Mrs. William Lowndes Calhoun, U. S.
N., will be pleased to learn of the birth
of their second son, who has been
named, for his distinguished great-
great grandfather, U. S. Senator John
I Caldwell Calhoun of South Carolina.
Lieut. Calhoun was born in Palatka
and is a graduate of the Palatka high
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1,000,0(a) men for immediate service.
In all night council with cabinet and
war chiefs apportionment has been
made between states and size of levy
required telegraphed to all governors
New York leads list with apportion apportionment
ment apportionment of 140,000 soldiers at once: Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania asked to supply 100.000. Illi Illinois
nois Illinois required to muster 80,000 imme immediately."
diately." immediately." lie looked through the other pages of
the paper it was a Chicago morning
paper for the notice of the discovery
and capture of the spies, but either the
news had reached the paper too late or
Slbert had prevented it from being
printed. He found an article under an
Elgin date line that the body of a me
chanic named Ingonf identified by the
number on Ins motorcycle had been
found in a tield outside of Elgin. He
appeared to have been killed as the re
suit of some violent explosion after a
fight with two men who disappeared
in an automobile.
Jim went back to the kitchen, where
the cook voluble and excited gave
him breakfast Then he went away
from the house on the road to town.
Flags were being raised above houses
as if it were Memorial day or the
Fourth of July. They were flying
above school buildings and draped in
front of stores. The stars and stripes
"War!" The word was on every
one's lips. .
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AUTO. FOR. SALE. CHEAP 1914
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fully equipped. Address .P. O. B. 47.
FOR RENT Two 6-room cottages, all
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Has all modern conveniences. Apply
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FOR RENT OR SALE Five-room
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blocks from school house. In good
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light housekeeping; city and cistern
water. Rent reasonable. Mrs. P. H.
Gillen, No. 1 S. 5th St.
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Ladies are all invited to call
and see this line.
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I Cor. Harrington Hall Hotel Ocala, Ha.
At the Temple today Wilfred Lucas,
Bessie Love and Mary Allen .will be
seen in "Acquitted," a Triangle feat feature.
ure. feature. On Monday Valentine Grant will be
seen in "The Daughter of Macgregor,"
a Paramount picture.
It is announced that D. W. Griffith,
producer of "The Birth of a Nation"
and "Intolerance," will return to the
production of five reel features. Grif Griffith
fith Griffith is one of the directors for the
A broken Thermos bottle is no
good bring it to us and we will make
it "as good as new." The Curt
SCHOOL PATRONS, TAKE NOTICE
Children who have been in any city
infected with infantile spinal paraly
sis after September 10th, 1916, will
be prohibited from entering school
until ffiteen days have passed since
exposure to infection.
3t Ocala Board of Health.
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
porches. House screened throughout.
Nearly four acres of grounds chick chicken
en chicken houses and runs. Moderate rent to
desirable tenant. Apply to Miss Jef
ferson Bell. Phone 278. tf
FOR RENT A two-story house with
all modern conveniences, in two blocks
of the square. Apply to F. W. Ditto,
FOR SALE Stove wood, seasoned
pine and cypress, a large load for a
dollar. Phone 223. Prompt delivery.
Welch Lumber Co. 8-5-tf
FOR RENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap
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stomach troubles, and my punishment
tvas more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
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man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I
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My friends began asking me why I
looked so well, and 1 told them about
Cardui. Several are now taking it."
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such as headache, backache, sideache,
sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
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the past half century.
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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 23, 1916
A ill IB
THE more bank deposits a community has the more prosperous will be both
the individual citizens and the community as a whole. The bank, and
its depositors, co-operating, can bring about gratifying results in the form of
We invite your account, large or small, and if you need to borrow money
we are glad to let you have it on a conservative bank basis.
The Ocala National Ban
Member Federal Reserve Bank, Atlanta
FIRE BONDS TORNADO
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! Established 1914
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STANDARD KAIMc AD OF THE SOUTH
TOURISTS IN TENNESSEE
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood with their
Auto and Trailer Attracted Much
v Attention in Chattanooga
Walking up to an automobile with a
trailer attached to it, standing out in
the middle of Broad street at the
corner of West Sixth street, a News
reporter stopped at, the back of the
trailer to 'fead in large red letters,
"Ocala, Florida." A few people would
come up and look it over and pass on.
The car was covered with mud, and by
that it wa3 evident at first glance that
it ha'd come from the lower country
and through Georgia. While the re reporter
porter reporter was" standing there looking at
the car and wondered how it came to
Chattanooga, and who it belonged to,
the owners, Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood,
came walking up, and as Dr. Hood
expressed it after the reporter had
made herself known, "We walked
right into the hands of a reporter, so
I guess we shall have to tell what we
know before we get out."
Dr. and Mrs. Hood left Ocala, Fla.,
about a month ago, and have been
touring the state of Georgia, and came
to. Chattanooga from Rome. Dr. Hood
stated that they had traveled some something
thing something over nine hundred miles, and
that they left Ocala the 10th of Au
"I suppose," said the reporter, "you
try to make it into a town and then
stop at a hotel for the night
"Oh, no," he replied, "we have our
hotel with us." And when the curtains
of the trailer were thrown back, the
reporter saw a nicely made bed with
a white spread over it, and. from the
top of the trailer hung a mosquito
bar. "No," he said, "that is the bed bed-;
; bed-; room," and then without further ques ques-,
, ques-, tioning he pulled out some keys and
opened a box on the running board of
the car. "This is the kitchen," and
in the box was everything needed for
the trip. Among some of the things
noticed were two small skillets, sev--eial
pans and a bucket of sugar, a
jar of coffee, spoons', knives and forks.
Mrs. Hood remarked something about
the stove, and with that the doctor
pulled out a little stand and a can of
solid alcohol and set it on the stand.
"That will burn one hour, and we cook
everything on it." When asked what
their food consisted of Mrs. Hood said
eggs, bacOn, coffee, bread, butter and
sometimes, if they were Camping near
a farmhouse, we have buttermilk.
When the reporter suggested that the
butter would melt, Mrs. Hood ex explained
plained explained that they only kept just a lit little
tle little butter at a time, and, they used it
up before they gave it time to melt.
On the other side of the ear was a
large bottle filled with water, and an another
other another one filled with oil, and strapped
to the back were two suit cases which
she said were their wardrobe.
Both Mr. and Mrs. Hood were
v dressed in khaki suiU, and Mrs. Hood
remarked, in a pleasant way, "If you
ever go on a trip like this, this is the
very kind of clothes to wear; they are
In telling about the housekeeping
and cooking Dr. Hood statedthat he
did the work one day and Mrs. Hood
did it the next, and added that it
didn't take long to fry some eggs and
bacon, and some one said, "Yes, that
was a short order." "No, that is no
short order," said the doctor; "that's
The reporter was quite inquisitive
and inquired how much the trip had
cost them so far ,and, to her sur
prise, .was told that, it had only
amounted to $40, and that some of
that was to fix the self-starter.
"Where do you stop at night?"
asked the reporter, and Mrs. Hood
said that they usually tried to camp
near some farmhouse if it was pos possible,
sible, possible, as they felt like, if anything
should go wrong, they would be near
Dr. and Mrs, Hood left the city
Saturday for Atlanta, and are going
back to Ocala.
They were both very pleasing peo people,
ple, people, and Dr. Hood found several notes
tied to his steering wheel from people
that used to live in Ocala, asking
hi mto call on them before leaving the
city. While the reporter was inter interviewing
viewing interviewing him a gentleman came up and
introduced himself to Dr. Hood, and
said that he had some very good
friends in Ocala and wanted the doc doctor
tor doctor to remember him to them upon his
OPENING OF THE SCHOOLS
The Ocala schools will open Mon Monday
day Monday morning at 8:30 o'clock. The
ministers of the different churches,
school officials and representatives of
the local papers are requested to at attend.
tend. attend. It is a matter of regret that
the school does not have a large as assembly
sembly assembly hall in which the opening ex exercises
ercises exercises could be held and to which the
public could be invited. As it is,
there is barely room in the high
school study hall for the students,
but all who are interested are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to come and share such
accommodations as can be found.
. In the graded and high school Mon Monday
day Monday morning will be spent in classi classifying
fying classifying and assigning lessons and the
afternoon will be devoted to entrance
The outlook for a large attendance
in the high school is very bright.
Quite a number of the pupils, who
have completed the work of the small smaller
er smaller schools of the county, are coming
to take advantage of the superior op opportunities
portunities opportunities offered by the Ocala high
The following is the course of study
offered by the Ocala high school:
First Year: Algebra, "5 periods per
week; English; 5 periods per week;
ancient history, 5 periods per week;
Latin, or physical geography, 5 per periods
iods periods per week; speliing, 5 periods per
week; home economics, 5 periods per
Second Year: English, 5 periods
per week; Algebra, 4 months, geom geometry,
etry, geometry, 4 months, 5 periods; mediaeval
and modern history, 5 periods per
week; Latin or biology, 5 periods per
week; business arithmetic, 5 periods
per week; home economics, 5 periods
Third "Year: English, 5 periods per
week; plane geometry completed
and Algebra reviewed, 5 periods per
week; physics, 5 periods per week;
Latin or French, 5 periods per week.
Fourth Year: English, 5 periods
per week; trigonometry, 4 months and
solid geometry, 4 months, 5 periods;
Latin or French, 5 periods per week;
American historjr and civics, 5 per periods
iods periods per week; psychology, 5 periods
The following twelve units are re required
quired required of all students: English, four
units; mathematics, (Algebra through
quadratic equations and plane geom geometry),
etry), geometry), two units; history (ancient,
mediaeval and modern and American
history and civics), three units;
science ; (physics or biology), one
unit.' Two. other units of science, or
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self Rising Flour. At all grocers.9 1 6t
Mr. J. W. Davis of Summerfield is
in the city today.
For,, service first, trade at Gerig's
Ocala's best drug store.
x.' T j. v : rx t..i
Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers.
Garden and flower seed for fall
planting. Bitting Co., 410 N. Mag
nolia St. tf.
Try Bouquet Dozlra perfume, $2
per ounce, at Gerig's. tf
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.
Horse, cow and poultry feed, corn,
oats, hay and sweet feed. Ocala
Seed Store. 8-1-tf
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self-Rising Flour. At all grocers.
Use Juba Self -Rising T'lour for de
licious hot biscuits. At all grocers.
Seed oats, seed, rye and rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self-Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6t
Use Juba Self-Rising Flour for de
licious hot biscuits. At all grocers. :
Mr. Linn Sanders has removed the
TimesUnion bureau from North Mag
nolia .street to the little store room
next to the Harrington cafe.
' Use Juba Self Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers.91 6t
Easter Lily Bulbs for sale. Phone
Dr. R. D. Fuller's office phone is
Coca-cola made in Atlanta, made
famous in Ocala at Gerig's.
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self -Rising" Flour. At all grocers.
We cany a full line of Thermos fill
ers. The Court Pharmacy. tf
Mr. Walter Pedrick and his smart
little son Clyde are in the city from
St. Augustine for a few days.
Easter Lily Bulbs 75 cents per
dozen at Bitting & company, the
druggist and seedsmen. 9-12
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self-Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6t
Fresh fall garden seed now In. The
Ocala Seed Store. 8-1-tf
Mr. A. R. Griffin, one of the pros
perous farmers of the Anthony sec
tion, was a business visitor to the
city this morning. Mr. Griffin says
he- is just preparing to cut a bumper
crop of peavine and beggar weed hay.
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting' extract. $2 per
ounce. Gerig's. tf
C. K. McQuarrie and E. S. Price of
the experiment station in Gainesville,
were registered at the Harrington
Mrs. I. S. Craft, Miss Amelia Craft,
and Miss Floss Knight of Tampa,
made up a motor party returning
from the mountains of Carolina. They
reached Ocala yesterday, and are
spending the week-end here, guests
of the Harrington. They have visited
Silver Springs and are delighted with
W. K. LANE, M. D Prysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
two of Latin, or two of French, two
Sixteen units are required for grad graduation,
uation, graduation, the other four, not mentioned,
being elected from the course. Five
recitations per week, each recitation
requiring one hour of outside prep preparation
aration preparation is called a unit. Students are
advised to major in as many subjects
a3 possible, that it to take three or
four units, where possible in each department.
Of Application for Leave to Sell
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 county,
ty, county, 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
Donley, deceased, to sell at private
sale the following property belonging
to said estate, to-wit:
Commencing 2354 feet north of the
northwest corner of block 80, Old Sur Survey
vey Survey of Ocala, Florida, running thence
north 52V2 feet, east 210 feet, south
52 feet, west 210 feet; also lot 15 of
E. G. Smith's addition to Ocala, Fla.;
also lot or block 64 of Caldwell's sub subdivision
division subdivision of land in the Alvarez Grant,
as per plat in Deed Book L, page 929.
I said lands being in the city of Ocala.
j Said lands belonging to the estate
'of the said C. D. Donley, deceased, to
be sold for the best interest of said
i This 7th day of September, 1916.
(Continued from Third Page)
school and the U. S. Naval Academy
at Annapolis. He is a brother of
Judge Julian C. Calhoun. Mrs. Cal
houn was an Ocala raised young lady
and a former social favorite of that
city, Miss Margaret Anderson. Lieut,
and Mrs. Calhoun are at present mak making
ing making their home at Long Beach, Cali California.
fornia. California. Palatka News.
An Evening Worth While at the
Last evening at the Baraca-Phila-thea
Hall, was given a most beauti beautiful
ful beautiful and effective pageant, "Florida
for Christ." Those taking part were
the members of the Young Woman's
Auxiliary and the Girls Missionary
Society of the church. The setting for
the play was particularly pretty with
shaded pink lights, baskets of coral
vine, rugs and easy chairs and a
couch piled high with pillows. The
scene was supposed to be in the liv living
ing living Toom of a handsome home. The
characters taking part were:
Girlhood, Miss Gladys Osborne.
Womanhood: Miss Marguerite Por Porter.
ter. Porter. (Substitute Irs. W. A. Goin.)
Spirit of Love, Marie Robertson.
Spirit of Light, Lucille Osborne.
Spirit of Service, Mary Gates.
State of Florida, Louise Booe.
Representing the needs of Florida
were: Myrtle Brinson. Mabel Aikins,
Maude Marshall, Gertie Brigance,
Myrtle Hall and Henrietta Livings Livingston.
ton. Livingston. Mrs. S. A. Stanley gave the pro prologue.
logue. prologue. The scene opened with Girl Girlhood
hood Girlhood (Miss Osborne) longing for the
higher and better things but becom becoming
ing becoming discouraged by the indifference
of older christians to the great cause
of missions the "greatest thing in the
world." Womanhood (Mrs. Goin),
begged that she would not give up her
ideals. Girlhood felV asleep and had
a vision. Soft music played and one
by one came the sweet spirits of Love,
Service and Light, each bringing her
own message and together sweetly
singing "Florida Needs You Today."
The closing scene was most effective
as Miss Booe bore aloft the U. S. flag
and Miss Mary Gates the white flag
of the cross, the chorus singing, "Loy "Loyalty
alty "Loyalty to Christ." At the close Mrs.
Van Hood, who desires to be known
only as the girl's friend athd helper,
made a short appeal using as her
theme "In the beginning God."
Mrs. W. A. Goin, guardian of the
Y. W. A's. and Mrs. Calvin West of
the Girl's Auxiliary, deserve great
credit for planning the lovely enter
tainment and the spirit in which it
was carried out by the girls was one
of beautiful consecration to the better
things o flife.
Following the entertainment was a
social hour in which all made merry.
One particularly humorous phase was
"keeping school," led by one of the
popular Ocala high school teachers,
Miss Mihnie Lee Carlisle, who drilled
her class most strenuously in geogra
phy. Rev. Bunyan Stephens, the be beloved
loved beloved pastor who so thoroughly enters
into everything pertaining to his
young people, was given five demerits
because he forgot to "rise" when he
answered his question; however, as
one small champion declared, he
"didn't miss" and was not "turned
Dainty sandwiches and iced tea
were served by Mrs. Seymour, Mrs.
Gary and others. The attendance was
large and it was indeed an "evening
11 Jl L
All TIRES changed free of charge, regardless
of what TIRES you use
Mr. Wallace Stovall and his mother,
Mrs. Mamie-Howse Stovall, returned
yesterday from a very pleasant out outing
ing outing in Georgia and Tennessee, and
Mr. Stovall goes on this afternoon to
Tampa, to resume his work on the
big morning daily of that city.
The friends of Mrs. W. K. Lane,
who .has been on the sick list for
some time, are glad to see her out
Mrs. H. C. Lane, who has been
visiting her nephew in Grifton, N. C,
will arrive next week for a visit to
her son and wife, Dr. and Mrs. W. K.
Lane. Mrs. Lane will be accompanied
by her niece, Mrs. Whitfield.
Misses Marie and Louise Love, two
pretty young ladies from Alachua,
who have been the guests of Miss
Percy Christian, left for their home
Mrs. J. K. Dickson and pretty little
daughter, Elizabeth, are home from
Anderson, N. C, where they spent
The Senior Methodist Sewing Cir Circle
cle Circle will meet Monday afternoon at
3:30 o'clock with Mrs. G. W. Martin.
All members are especially requested
to be present.
Mrs. J. E. Chace and children are
home from their outing at the lake.
Mrs. C. E. Winston and smart little
son, Cornelius, are home from the
Mr. Neal Harris, who left a few
days ago to visit his family in Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, Va., is expected to return with
them next week.
Miss Byrd Wartmann has returned
from her visit to Johnson City, Tenn.
Mrs. H. P. Newman and dainty
little daughter, after a visit to Mrs.
Newman's mother, Mrs. M.-A. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, have returned to their home in
Miss Meta Jewett has returned
home from her visit to Saluda, N. C,,
Use Juba Self-Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers. 6t
Retreads Skillfully Bone
With our New Retreading Plant
All retreads guaranteed 2,000 miles. All casings
repaired guaranteed to outlast rest of tire.
If you don't get the service that you expect don't go
away and "Knock.". Tell the boss, he wants to know.
Phones 438 and 76
Iff y I -VXi
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. .i neimD
Invite You to Attend Their.
Opening Sale of
Mules amudl MdDiPse
We have just received the first shipment of mules, that has been shipped
into Ocala this season. rOur being on the market first has enabled us to
buy them so that we can positively save youmoney, if oubuy tew. Ihey
are the very best that can be bought and sold under'a guarantee.
HELP WANTED IN OCALA
And Furnished by the Help of Ocala
Those who suffer with kidney back backache,
ache, backache, urinary ills or any little kidney
or bladder disorder, want kidney help.
Who can better advise than some
Ocala resident, who has also suffer suffered,
ed, suffered, but has had relief. Ocala people
recommend Doan's Kidney Pills. Here
is one case and there are many others.
Mrs. A. E. Holly, 113 S. Second St
Ocala, says: "The kidney secretions
were unnatural. My back was sore
and lame and every time I stooped, a
catch shot across my loins. My feei
and ankles were swollen and the flesh
ur.derneath my eyes was puffed up. I
tried several kidney medicines and
even took a doctor's prescription, but
nothing did me any good until I used
Doan's Kidney Pills. They cured me.'
Price 50c. at all dealers?-Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
cured Mrs. Holley. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 46
We cive crescrlntion wnrtc ru-rtmrs- V
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attention and what the doctor orders
you get. The Court Pharmacy, tf
14 lbs. sugar for ?1 with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
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