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OCALA, FLORIDA, THUBSD AY, OCTOBER 5, 1916
VOL.22 NO. 231
M THF ITERS
OF THF DANUBE
Red with Blood, Say Victorious Bui Bui-gars,
gars, Bui-gars, of the Slaughtered
BATTLED FOR MILK
IS ANXIOUS FOB THEIR BABIES
VICTIM OF VILLA CLARK AND COETHALS OVATION IN OMAHA
or t ront beats, or at Least Front
News, for the World's
Several Hundred New York Women :
Almost in Despair at Trouble
Caused by the Strike
Italian Murdered at Bandit's Head
quarters, Where He Went to Ask
that Women be Protected
Sofia, Oct. 5 Bulgarians advancing
from Rustchuk and Turtukai defeated
fifteen or sixteen Rumanian battalions
which invaded Bulgaria near Rapove,
occupying six villages, according to
the war office. On the main battle
line in Dobrud ja the Russian and Ru- and Panama.
manian attempts to advance failed.
ihe Bulgarians completed the de
struction of Rumanian forces yester
day, according to a statement issued
at the war office. The Rustchuk col column
umn column met the Rumanians Tuesday,
compelling them to retreat toward the
Danube and leaving the field covered
"With dead. Toward eveninc of the
same day the Bulgarians occupied
Liohowo and Babow, the Rumanians
retreating east in disorder and run
ning into the Turtukai column.
Boston, Oct. 5. Inquiries regarding
seats for the world's series games
have been received from the battle
front in France, the Canadian north northwest
west northwest and Mexico. The press commit
tee had applications fro Canada, Cuba
Many applicants for re-
( Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 5. Police reserves
El Paso, Oct. 5. Caesar Sala, Ital- J
a naturalized Mexican. I
Selected by President Wilson on the
Board to Investigate the
strvea seats were unahle to get them, be served. Many carried babies. This
is the first disorder heregrowing out
were called ou
perse more than' five hundred women. v nia at usihuinachic, according
mostly foreigners, who stormed the an eye witness here. Sala went to see
two Harlem health department milk Villa 10 ur&e him to prevent his ban-
stations when they heard the supply I dits assaulting women
would be exhausted before they could
Omaha, Oct. 5. President Wilson
ian born but
the only foreign born survivor of the
Santa Ysabel massacre, was killed by has selected Major General Goethal
Villa at Cusihuinachic, according .toL
6U' wx.wic xranama canal zone,
and Commerce Commissioner Clark as
two of the three members of the board
investigating the eight hour law.
BUSINESS AND PLEASURE
RUSSIAN VICTORY OVER TURKS
Petrograd, Oct. 5. The Russians
west of Trebizond, Turkish Armenia,
severely defeated the Turks on a wide
front, capturing a fortified position in
River Kara Burnum region, it is offi
cially announced. The Turkish losses
BRITISH TOOK A TOWN
London, Oct. 4. -The British
tcrday captured Yenikoui, in Greek
Macedonia, two miles east of the
'Struma river, it is officially announc
BATTLING IN THE "BALKANS
Paris announces the continuation of
French progress in the Morval region
lm the Somme front last night. Nine
-inch guns were captured. In
Macedonia, Paris says, the Allies con
inued to press the Bulgarians back,
aking the town of Buf. Sofia claims
he Bulgarians have stopped the allied
Idvance in several Macedonian sec
Elegant Supper Followed Meeting of
Members of the Sub Exchange
The directors of the Marion County
Citrus Su Exchange, ten in number,
met last evening at the rooms of the
Commercial Club, and held a lengthy
session, which was not adjourned till
2 o'clock this morning. The members
partook of a fine chicken supper,
compliments of the president, Mr. Z.
C. Chambliss. r
There were' in attendance, Messrs.
Z. C. Chambliss," H. L. Borland, of
Citra, S. II. Gaitskill, of Mcintosh, W.
R. Lee and J. E. Klock of Eastlake,
J. II. Mathews, of Candler, vRev. J. G.
Glass, A. R. Sandalin, J. M. Thomas
and I. F. Bennett, of Ocala.
xe retain iee was nxea this sea
son the same as last, 2 cents a box,
yes"lfor Packing house charces
1 I II J
Tfc Air.- jt iL. i. aim
ble number of boxes of fruit that the
packing house would handle this sea
son and fixed it at 120,000 boxes, as
against 130,000 last season. The fruit
crop is much shorter than last season
but the local exchange has 150 more
acres of groves signed up for the sea
It was decided to open the pack
ing house and begin receiving fruit as
soon as the fruit will stand the federal
inspection, which will be about the
One share was subscribed in the
Exchange Supply Co., of Tampa.
of the deadlock between milk produc
ers and distributors over prices. Offi-
cers m charge said the milk station
supply was less than half of yester
AT THE MEADOWS
BORDEN WILL HELP BEAR THE
New York, Oct. 5. The Borden
Condensed Milk company, supplying
fifty of. the city's milk stations, an
nounced this afternoon that it would
meet the farmers demands.
SOLDIER BOYS STRETCHED
THEIR LEGS IN
THE CRESCENT CITY
Not Long Before It Will All be In and
Running day and Night
The plant of the Florida Peats Pro
ducts company, at Meadows, has been
completed with the exception of a
dredge and an elevator. All of the
machinery is now on the ground, and
the company expects to have the plant
running in its entirety in about three
weeks. Tests of the dryers have been
made and found most satisfactory, ac according
cording according to Judge David S. Williams,
secretary of the company. The dryers
were run a half day Tuesday, and all
day yesterday. When the plant is put
in full service, these dryers will be
operated day and night.
The Florida Peat Products company
is one of Marion's new industries. The
Will Draw Large Number of People to
Jacksonville from All Over
1 Florida and Georgia
t (Special to Gainesville Sun) -Houston,
Texas. 6 p. m.. Oct. 4.
We have just arrived at Houston. We ccmPany is capitalized at $100,000 and
detrained in New Orleans this morn
paraded for a while. Every
one is well and having a big time.
. Roy Manasse.
a most complete and modern plant
has been erected at Meadows, near
Citra. The peat deposits owned by
the company total 2600 acres. The
peat products, of which the entire out
put, with the exception of what will
be sold on the local market, are al
ready contracted for, will be used in
the manufacture of fertilizers' and
feeds. The by-product of the plant is
used among other things as a rough roughage
age roughage for live stock, and as a substitute
For All Who Want to Send Mail to the
Soldier Boys on the Frontier
Hdq. 2nd Fla. Regt., Oct. 2, 1916.
Editor Star: Will you kindly pub
lish ? the following information fori for excelsior in packing.
those desiring to communicate with
members of the Second Florida In
fantry. All mail should be addressed
to Co. Second 'Florida
Infantry, Laredo, Texas. Regiment
(Special to the Star)
Jacksonville, Oct. 5. That thou thousands
sands thousands of Floridians will attend the
celebration of tha opening of the Ar Armour
mour Armour packing plant here on Oct. 18,
19, 20 and 21, is the statement of of of-cials
cials of-cials of both the plant and railways.
Not only will Florida send large'
parties for the celebration, which will
include the annual fall festival, but
Georgia, South Carolina and other
states will be well represented, as the
opening of this plant marks a new in industry,
dustry, industry, not alone for Florida but for
the contiguous southern states.
A. C. Blowers of Ocala was a visitor
ih Jacksonville this week and was
registered at the Hotel Aragon.
B. A. Weathers of Ocala spent
Tuesday in Jacksonville, stopping at
the Hotel Aragon.
R. A. Burford was registered at the
Hotel Aragon Tuesday.
Given President Wilson, Who is Help Helping
ing Helping Nebraska Celebrate Its
Omaha, Neb., Oct. 5. One hundred
thousand persons from all parts of
Nebraska greeted the president here
today. He addressed the Commercial
Club and participated in a historical
parade to commemorate Nebraska's
mi eirs ui scaienooa. ine m-esi
dent will make a speech tonight.
WISH Ai FUJ
MEXICO CITY BAIS
Shut by Order of Carranza, Reopened
Washington, Oct. 5. The Banco
Nacionale and Bank of London in
Mexico City, owned by French and
He British citizens, which were closed be-
is being enthusiastically greeted thru- cause of Carranza's decrees requiring
out the Middle West.
FOR GEO. W. ALLEN
Berlin says the Rumanians are re-
: eating in portions of Transylvania.
PRIZES FOR THE
CANNING CLUB GIRLS
MEN AND MUNITIONS
I Statements made by General Sir
iiuiuii ivuucj ibuii, tiiicx ui uic mi
te rial staff, that England needed more
en for her army and munition works,
dicate dthat parliament may be con-
onted next week with a proposal to
ktend conscription to Ireland. The
an Power Distribution Board also
unounced that more men were need-
The Times and other newspapers
icently have been conducting a cam cam-lign
lign cam-lign for the application of conscrip-
pn to Ireland. It is believed that the
itators for this plan who have been
ned by Sid Edward Carson, will be
engthened by the announcement
it more men- are needed.
To All Canning Club Girls: We are
interested in what records you have
made on your one-tenth acre plot. If
you have been troubles by drought or
ram and storm, do not be discouraged,
but send in a record. No matter how
small the yield, we want a well kept
record. We hope you have made a
The Jacksonville Chamber of Com
merce makes the following offer for
their fair to be held in December:
To the canning club girls who send
in the best exhibit of canned fruits,
preserves, jellies, vinegars and canned
To the canning club girls who send
in the second best exhibit of canned
fruits, preserves, jellies, vinegars and
canned vegetables, $25.
To the county sending the best ex-
leaves today. Officers and men in good
health and spirits. Everyone request-
made. Reading matter will be much
appreciated. Respectfully. V a
. Lucien A. Spencer,
Chaplain Second Florida Infantry.
WESTERN UNION MEN
PUTTING IN WIRES
Flemington, Oct. 4.-F. E. Smoak,
C. H. Gray and C M. Mathews wera
business callers in Ocala Saturday.
The choir of the Flemington Bap
tist church is practicing under Prof.
Booie of Ocala preparing for the as association
sociation association which is to be held at Flem Flemington
ington Flemington church Nov. 2-4. ''
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith, daugh daughters
ters daughters Mrs. M. R. Beck and Miss Rosalie
Smith, sons,C. M. and C. N. Smith,
At a conference of Progressive par-
ed to send me magazines and papers. L n tt u t a 4
t J;-vl.il J office of Col. Herbert L-Ajerson, At-
awuua! un. uuuuuig, ureurge were sunaay visitors in this neigh
vv. Allen of Key West was nommat- borhood, taking sunner with Mr. and
ed by the Progressive party of Flori- Mrs. J. M. Mathews.
da for the governorship. The session Willie Mathews of Jacksonville was
was' an enthusiastic one. Mr. Allen the week-end guest of his mother,
is already the Republican nominee for Mrs. W. T. Taylor.
governor. He believes that there Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Mixson, son,
should be two strong white parties in little grandchild and Ira Beck of
the political affairs of the state and
no party clans to handle the wishes
of the people.
In the Old Merchants' Cafe in Order
to Obtain Play by Play Reports
. of Wold's Series
TIT j "r
vvcdLcrii union men xnis mornin?
- I TTT 1 j W i m 1- i
ran a special wire to the storeroom veryuoay js
formerly occupied by the Merchant's f nJoyine the nice fall weather and j
Cafe, and instal W inatnifnoVif on maKes us tnmK, "cane gnnaing" and I
there the results of each game of the hausaee "me" will soo be here.
world's hasohnll rf -will fiawaA Miss Rosalie Smith returned last
nlav hv nlflv. Tha first. o.Qm0 i aJ. week from Alachua where she visited
pected to be Dlaved Saturdav. but Mrs Henry Harris.
hibit from not less than ten irirls. $100. may be played on Fridav. The mat- Mrs M K Beck 13 home aSain
Gainesville were callers
greeting their old friends.
Miss Zelma Dunning of Micanopy,
spent the past week with her uncle,
W. T. Taylor.
Cecil Mathews left Sunday for Mic Micanopy,
anopy, Micanopy, where he will attend school for
the ensuing term.
Rev. Dickens will fill his regular
appointment here Sunday and Sunday
Arthur Mathews of Mcintosh spent
Sunday with relatives.
Berlin admits a retirement before
Serbians on the western end of
Macedonian front, while unofficial
hs advices say the beroians nave
itured Kessali. The Serbian terri-
y regained by the Allies amounts
230 square kilometers. The Ital-
3 have recaptured tne positions
t to the Austrians on the Italian
To the county sending the second
oest exhibit from not less than ten sion
Some girl will get that $75, and it
only the girls who try, who ever
win. Now is the time to DreDare for storeroom is beim? made readv.
A I C
this exhibit. We can safely promise
to sell all of your products at a reas- INTEND TO SPEAK IN OCALA
inees will start at 1 o'clock. Admis- ter a wee's visit to her friend, Mrs
will be 25 cents! Bob 'Adams uinn of Perry, Fla.
will take the "done" off the wire, and mr- and Mrs- b- Bauknight and
J. -J. Gerig will call the plays and neice M1SS Vman auknight, of MIc
Silver Springs, Oct. 5 The weather
at present reminds us that the melan-
mark the scores on a blackboard. The anopy aYld. Mr. Aubrey Bauknight, oflcholy days have come.
onable price, if they are of excellent
You know Mrs. Okie Painter Will
iams' offer of a gold watch to the first
prize winner in each county. Mrs.
ucharest, Oct. 5, via London.. Williams has given fifty-one eirls sold
ivujuaiiioiia uc waicnes. ino nr wnn wins nnA ia
defeat on the Germans and Aus- eligible for a watch the second year,
Vis in Trnnsvlvnnia. The Teutonic I fCr M i 1:.51,1 r iU.
.... i 6hi io cugtuic xui tue siii uriz,e
es were defeated in an engage- 0f $100, who has an irrigation plant
t in the region or ogaras. ine on her plot. This colWe is o-oino- tn
present certificates to those girls who
have been club members of good sand sanding
ing sanding for four years. There are not
many to receive these certificates this
year, but we hope many of you who
are club members will continue in the
work long enough to receive certifi
L ( Associated Press) cates.
U e o oc We are happy that more Florida
Republican Senatorial and State Can
didates will be Here Next Monday
The state republican campaign man
agers have arranged to hold a public
speaking in Ocala on next .Monday
eyening at the band stand on the
court house square.
Zolfo were guests to supper of Mrs.
('. R. Curry Sunday night.
Mrs. L. M. Smith and daughter,!
Miss Ieola, were shopping in Mica
nopy last Thursday.
Miss Violet Smoak was the guest of
Mrs. W. A. Goin in Ocala a few days
Mrs. F. L. Grantham of Ocala was
visiting her sister, Mrs. E. Goolsby,
Mrs. C M. Smith, Mrs. I. N. Smith, several days this week.
Mrs. M. R. Beck and Miss Rosalie
Smith were shopping in Gainesville
Saturday., The were guests of Mrs.
C. C. Pedrick and Mrs. C. G. Mix Mix-son,
son, Mix-son, while in the city.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Epperson and
son, Cameron, and Mr.
V .a 1 Vj i:
xro-uerman auacKs near uuurium
I 1 M 1 T"
3 repulsed ana xne Rumanians
more than 1,200 prisoners.
It is the present intention of the! Smith were guests to dinner of Mrs.
committee on arrangements to have as L. M. Smith Sunday.
VR END COLLISION
speakers "on this occasion the follow following;
ing; following; George W. Allen of Key West,
for governor; W. R. O'Neal, of Orlan
do, for United States senator; W. M.
Gober, of Ocala, for congressman; J.
Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Smith and fam
ily attended the singing class at
Flemington Sunday. They report a
pleasant day and good singing.
Mrs. J. B. Brinson and two little
sons, who have been visiting Mrs. L.
L. Usry, have returned to Pompano.
Mrs. J. D. Stilley is enjoying a visit
from her nephew, Mr. Ed Pedrick.
A negro named Williams died and
Napoleon I was buried here Sunday.
Mrs. M. E. Gallant and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth, were calling on
Misses Ruby Knight and Beatrice
Williams called on Miss Violet Smoak
Miss Jewel Usry has gone to Pom-
toona, Pa., Oct. 5. One man was.
tif vue is uuaauig anu vnyii-."
" V.. ...4. ---I. n DAMnovlvoniQ
lie were iiui b wiicii a x. cimojiT""
ess collided with the rear end of
ight here today.
Miss Mamie Gibbons, of Archer, and
M. Cheney, of Orlando, for justice of Mrs. Lyde Pierce of Gainesville visit-Ipano for an extended visit to her sis-
the state supreme court. ed Mrs. J. O. Tyson one day last I ter. Mrs. J. B. Brown.
All of these gentlemen are noted for week. Mr. A. N. Gallant and family were
I) BROTHERS PERISHED
V IN A ST. LOUIS FIRE
Louis, Oct. 5. Fire destroyed
pain building of the Christian
(iers College here this morning.
ler Gsrmac, aged 93, and Brother
ens, aged 72, are missing and it
lieved they perished in the, fire.
assistant nurse was seriously
in jumping from the building.
urday Evening Post and Coun Coun-entleman
entleman Coun-entleman always on sale at, The
girls are joining every year, and thater aDity as orators and no doubt 1 Mr. and Mrs. V. P. Smith, Mr. J. J among the many Ocala visitors to the
you are working hard to save the sur surplus,
plus, surplus, fruits and vegetables, to study
home making, and to become helpful
daughters. Yours with best wishes,
v Agnes Ellen Harriss,
State Home Demonstration Agent.
DAY OF ATONEMENT
The Jewish Day of. Atonement be
gins tomorrow, Friday, at sundown,
will draw a large crowd to hear their I&L Smith and Mrs. R. P. Smith were springs Sunday.
arguments on Monday evening. j pleasant visitors to Mr. J. J. Barrs, of j Our fall gardens are looking well
Micanopy Sunday afternoon. after the much "needed shower we re-
MANY WERE MISSING Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Bradley and lit- ceived Friday afternoon;
tie daughter, Lucile, were shopping in Mr. and Mrs. Berry Carter and lit-
Striking Carmen of Atlanta Not Able I Archer Saturday. J I tie son James visited friends here
to Make a Big Show Mr. C. R. Curry was a business vis-1 Thursday.
itor to Micanopy Saturday. j A number of children are suffering
(Associated Press) Mr. T. W. Bradley was in Bronsonjwith colds, occasioned by the change
Atlanta, Oct. 5. Three f hundred Monday, going over to attend court in Un weather.
and eighty-three men, wearing car-
and lasts until sundown of the follow-J men's uniforms, or parts of uniforms,
irg day. In consequence, all our Jew
ish business men will close their stores
at 6 o'clock tomorrow evening, and
will kep them closed until the follow following
ing following evening, when they will re-open
for the usual Saturday night business.
Use Jubf; Self -Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers.
marched in a parade of striking car
men and sympathizers here today.
Company officials recently said there
were 1025 carmen.
A nice shower
of rain would be
The largest line of millinery ever
displayed in Ocala is now to be seen
at Affleck Millinery Parlor, Ocala
House block. tf
Partly cloudy tonight and Friday;
probably showers south portion.
Don't fail to hear the new Victor
records at The Book Shop. 3t
We are sorry to hear of the possi
bility of our losing our neighbors,
Mrs. J. H. Hill and family, who are
thinking of moving to Rodman.
The REAL, new, long spring, easy
riding, soft and deeper upholstered
MAXWELL touring cars, SIXTY SIXTY-INCH
INCH SIXTY-INCH TREAD, have arrived in Ocala,
and will be on display the last of the
Belleview, Oct. 2.Mr. William
Baker, Mr. Hughes and Mr. Crawford
of east of Oxford, spent Sunday eve evening
ning evening in Belleview, visiting friends.
Ar. and Mrs. Foxworth and chil
dren, Mr. E. T. Jackson of Jackson
ville and the writer enjoyed a pleas
ant ride for several hours last Sunday
in Mr. Foxworth's mighty Michigan
So as to keep in touch with all the
other parts of the
f W V
he may be. Mr. C. C. fhirrv
county's roadmaster, comes in
planks down the coin to have
Weekly Star mailed to him
And to keep in touch with current
events as well as what hnrmpna in
elleview, Rev. S. N. Whidden joins
the ever growing family of Star read readers,
ers, readers, and will receive inspiration from
he many sided articles that appear in
it from time to time. People of all
classes and conditions feel the neces necessity
sity necessity of subscribing to the Star. Those
who do not subscribe, borrow their
neignDors paper, and those most
vociferous against the Star almost
break their necks in hunting up some
one to loan them one. It is only a
fair proposition that if an article has
merit it is worth the price, therefore
I am looking for a small sized flood
0 subscribers among those who read
but do not pay.
Sheriff Galloway came in town the
other day and told Mr. Joe Whise Whise-nant,
nant, Whise-nant, Mr. Wm. E. Merrill and Rev. S.
W. Whidden that they were wanted in
town P. D. Q. by order of the court.
After some lively- scurrying around.
w 0 j
Rev Whidden blew some gas into his
big Buick roadster, the four gentle
men climbed .all over it and off they
went at two-forty gait.
Another one of those justly popular
social events is booked for Friday
night, Oct. 6th, when Mrs. J. Walter
Nelson will chaperone the dance at the
club house. A famous dancer who has
danced his way from Los Anereles.
Calif., across the continent to New
York City and given exhibitions in
some of the biggest theaters of the
country, has promised to be present if
Mr. R. L. Griggs of Oxford was a
patron of the garage this past week.
Dr. T. K. Slaughter of Oxford,
came up to Belleview last Sunday aft
ernoon to visit friends and to attend
to a little fraternal order business.
Mr. and Mrs. J. O. llightower of
Heather Island, passed through Belle-
riew last Sunday afternoon, accom
panied by Mrs. E. W." Smith, who is
visiting them for a while.
Mr. E. L. Carney brought his sick
Fordlet over to Walter Nelson's gar garage
age garage one day last week and had a
slight operation performed on same.
Mr. John T. Martin, the turpentine
nabob of Dallas and Oxford, is quite
a frequent visitor to Belleview and
the auto hospital across the track..
Mr. J. O. Hightower passed thru
Belleview last Saturday night, having
in his charge Mr. Alex Moorhead,
with his transit and other accoutre accoutrements,
ments, accoutrements, bound for Ocala. They had
just come in from a trip to the far
eastern bounds of Marion county on
Lake George, where Mr. Hightower
has purchased a magnificent lake
Master Buck Bullock of Ocala spent
the week-end in Belleview visiting
with the Tremeres.
Mr. Harry Jones has been spending
a few days in town, boosting the pros prosperity
perity prosperity of Fruitland Park and Lees Lees-burg.
burg. Lees-burg. Mrs. Ida Maddox and children left
last Thursday for their home in St.
George Giles, the cotton factor of
Ocala, spent fifteen or twenty min minutes
utes minutes jn. the store the other day, talk talking
ing talking cotton to MrvTremere. Had my
ears wide open, absorbed all that was
said and have it safely tucked away
in the back of my head.
Mr. Chas. A. Tremere went up lo
Ocala last Tuesday to attend a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Elk3. I have been down
to visit the Elks' club building and I
have had something on my mind con concerning
cerning concerning those Elks for a long time,
and one of these days I am going to
sit down and write everything I know
about them and it will be a safe bet
that what I tell will astound the whole
country if not the whole United
Mrs. R. L. Sumner and children ac-
raore adequate specie reserves and the
redemption of outstanding notes. in
specie, have reopened under surveil surveillance
lance surveillance of a government examiner, ac according
cording according to a report received in official
quarters here. The banks must re redeem
deem redeem notes on presentation. They
have been given until Nov. 15th to in increase
crease increase their reserves. The British and
French embassies protested to the
state department against the closing
of these banks.
Chief Chambers, of the fire depart department,
ment, department, and his men, are today busy
and cleaning up Hazel Park, getting the
the nower Deas reaQy for hew winter and
spring nowers, and painting the vases
and pots and trellises. Among other
things Easter lilies, tulips and tube
roses will be planted in the park. The'
council on Tuesday night granted a
small appropriation for bulbs and
Lake Weir, Oct. 4. Dr. H. W. Hen Henry
ry Henry returned Saturday from his vaca vacation
tion vacation of two weeks spent in Roanoke,
and other points in "Virginia.
Miss Tillie Pasteur came down
Sunday evening from Martel and is
the guest of Mrs. J. B. Martin. While
here she will check in Mr. Arthur
Scott as postmaster at Lake Weir,
her resignation to take effect Oct. 1.
Dr. and Mrs. H. M. Henry motored
to Orlando Tuesday to take their
little daughter to the Cathedral school
which opened on the 4th of this
Dr. F. P. Herr arrived a few days
ago from his summer home in Penn Pennsylvania
sylvania Pennsylvania and is pleasantly located at
Mr. C. E. Connor's until the arrival
of Mrs. Herr, Nov. 1st.
Mr. Dallas Jeff coat and family of
Ocala are occupying the Carson cot
tage for a week or ten days.
The numerous friends of Mrs. Will William
iam William Bickley around the lake will be
delighted to know she is able to
travel back to'her winter home on the
south side of the lake, after spending
the summer at Asbury Park. Her
health has improved so rapidly that
Mr. Bickley and her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Snitzler have decided to accom accompany
pany accompany her to the lake for the winter.
Woodward Yongue, one of our very
energetic chicken fanciers, is demon demonstrating
strating demonstrating there is money is White Leg
horn chickens. He has a beautiful'
flock of nearly three hundred, having
started his far mone year ago, and
hopes to increase the number to one
thousand in another year, as he is
testing a new incubator that has just
been patented and with the practical
science he has been studying .on the
poultry raising he will have more
than a side line, as he as first thought.
He will plant several acres in Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda grass for their runs the coming
spring, as it not only furnishes for forage
age forage for them but is a great protection
from insects. "Woodie" is wiiat they
call a book farmer in the west. He
made a success of corn when there
was a state-wide contest. He has a
number of pigeons, beautiful flowers
and at night is not too tired to prac practice
tice practice his music lesson along with his
Mrs. Lester Warner, accompanied
by her daughter, Mrs. Will Jeffcoat, is
entertaining her daughter and son-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Avery of Detroit,
Mich. Mrs. Avery is one of the four
superintendents of the Ford auto fac factory
tory factory in Detroit.
companied by her mother arrived
Tuesday from Parrish.
Mrs. J. N. Shedd with her brother,
Rev. Herbert Noland of Summerville,
S. C, visited friends in Ocala one day
The grist mill ran full force and full
time to an appreciative gathering last
Mr. S. W. Etheridge, the leading
merchant and postmaster at Apopka,
passed through Belleview the other
morning bound for Ocala, Gainesville
and some other places. He stopped in
at Tremere's long enough to shake
hands, exchange a few compliments,
light a cigar and then he was gone.
The REAL, new, long tpring, easy
riding, soft and deeper upholstered
MAXWELL touring cars, SIXTY SIXTY-INCH
INCH SIXTY-INCH TREAD, have arrived in Ocala,
and will be on display the last of the
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OCALA EVENING STAR
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One month, in advance. 60 One month, in advance .20
MRS. ZEWADSKI MRS. TAYLOR
A shadow was cast over; our city
this morning: by the news of the pass passing
ing passing of Mrs. W. K. Zewadski and Mrs.
W. D. Taylor the former a matron
loved and honored for years by hus husband
band husband and children and hundreds of
friends the latter a lovely young lady,
a bride of less than two years, beloved
by all who knew her. They had been
friends since the younger was a child,
and doubtless their gentle spirits,
saddened despite the dawning glory of
the everlasting life they had just en entered,
tered, entered, as they thought of the sore
erief of those left on earth, found
sweet consolation in each others' pres presence
ence presence as they passed hand in hand thru
the gates of glory. ...
Mrs.' Zewadski had been ill for
weeks, but her friends had believed
she was better and had no idea but
that she would yet be with them many
years. To Mrs. Taylor the end came
with a suddenness that is stunning to
her friends. But day before yester-f
day she was bright and happy, and
apparently well, and all who knew
her rejoiced at the long and happy
me mat seemea to oe ner assured
future. .' ... :!.;
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski' died about 4
o'clock this morning. She had been
sick for six or seven weeks, and her
death followed an operation. Her
.health had not been good for about
" Mrs. Zewadski was the 'second
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph
Barco, pioneer settlers of Cotton
Plant, in this county, Mrs. Zewadski
was born at Cotton Plant Aug. 27,
1861. She spent most of her life in
this county. As Miss Amanda Barco,
,she was married at Cotton Plant
church to Mr. W. K. Zewadski; a
young lawyer, who was later to be
come a member of the state legisla
ture, and who now survives her. She
is survived, too, by two sisters, Mrs.
Walter Hood, of Ocala and Mrs. A. J.
rr s T 11. l l j.1
Mr. B. B. Barco of Clearwater, and
fcur sons, W. K. Jr. and Guy Zewadski
of Tampa, 'Clarence Zewadski of this
city, and. Olaf Zewadlki of Jackson
ville. A brother, Mr. James Barco,
died about a year ago. At the time of
her death, Mrs. Zewadski, always in
terested in charitable and civic mat-
Club, and the members of that organ organization
ization organization will attend the funeral in a
body. ,., r':s-::::-:'
Mrs. Zewadski had many friends
throughout the city and county, who
are saddened by her death, and who
have the deepest sympathy for the
members of her family.
The funeral will, take place tomor
row morning. Services will be held at
the Methodist church at 10 'o'clock.
The interment will take place at
Greenwood cemetery. Dr. J. M. Gross,
'UUVW4 V A 4UVWIIVUiU, VUMV&, f I AAA
Mrs. W. D. Taylor
Mrs. Taylor died very suddenly at
an early hour this morning, having
become seriously ill but a few hours
before. She was but 26 years of age,
and had been married, only, about a
year and a half. She was married in
May of last year to Mr. W. D. Taylor,
t tdi i. x. a.i. 'a...
ui wic x icsuucuaii uuuxcu m una city.
Before her marriage she was Miss
Bessie MacKay, the eldest daughter of
Mr. and Mrs. (Ze nro MapTTo v. KTia
was born in ,Ocala, and received her
early education here in private
schools, and was afterwards graduat graduated
ed graduated from the Washington Seminary,
Atlanta. As a member of the congre congregation
gation congregation of the Presbyterian church she
was an earnest and devoted worker.
She sang in the church choir, and her
loss will be deeply felt. She was one
of the city's most lovable and admir admirable
able admirable young women, and she had many
Mrs. Taylor is survived by Mr. Tay-
iui, jaxczibs, iiu auu lilt s, ucuigc
MacKay, five brothers, George Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay Jr., of Massachusetts, Robert and
Alfred MacKay, students at the Geor Georgia
gia Georgia School of Technology, Kenneth
and Reginald MacKay, of this' city,
and a younger sister, Miss Annie Mac MacKay.
Kay. MacKay. The most heartfelt sympathy
goes out to them all. Mr. George
MacKay Jr will not be able to reach
here for the funeral.
Mr. W. D. Taylor, the widower, is
one of the city's most estimable men,
uu a mcinucr (u ui linn w layior
Brothers. His friends deeply sympa sympathize
thize sympathize with him .in his loss, Jthe great
est that can come to any man.
A proclamation from Mayor Robert Robertson
son Robertson announces that next week will be
clean-up week in Ocala. While the
town is not dirty, it has taken on a
frowsy appearance, which should be
removed and everything made spick
and span not only for the delectation
of our own people, but to properly
impress the great number of tourists
wc may confidently expect this win winter.
ter. winter. The Times-Union draws a compari comparison
son comparison between the positions of Sweden
and the United States in the present
war. Sweden is about one-twentieth
3'str0t!?'as the 'United States' and' in
a hundred times more precarious posi
tion. Yet Sweden has preserved Jier
rights and maintained her dignity
thruout the struggle. She has not al
lowed either Germany nor Great Brit Britain
ain Britain to bully her in the way they have
bullied this country.
A CONVENIENT PROMISE
When the Ocala Star sought to dis
tort the truth and make Catts out a
coward, we knew that the purpose of
that distortion was deceitful and false.
So we waited, knowing we would soon
have the facts. One McCall, the same j
whose notorious part in the Greenville
ballot rape is well known, sought to
pick a fight with Catts by deliberately
calling him a liar. Possibly he had a
plot about on a par with the gunmen-
stunt that took the life of Rosenthal,
in his mind's eye, when he offered that
insult of that we know nothing, but
we do know that McCall is the coward
and not Catts. For Catts had promis
ed his wife that he would not respond
to any such bait as the one offered by
McCall. Catts then and there told
McCall as much, and came near break
ing his promise. Catts could have
made mincemeat of McCall and he
and the Ocala Star knew it. Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Free Press.
The" Free Press distorts the truth
when it says the Star has tried to
make Catts out a coward, and the
Star doesn't know that Catts could
make mincemeat out of McCall nor
anybody else. McCall was known as
a citizen of high standing in his coun county
ty county a number of years before Catts
came to Florida,' and the man who
wrote '. the foregoing libel about "him
from the safe distance of Jacksonville
would not talk that way to his face
any more than Catts would try to
The Tampa Tribune j tells of two
girls aged thirteen and fifteen, sisters,
who had come from Zephyrhills and
were enticed into a house of ill repute
by four young men. The article then
tells of the arrest of these young men
and later of the forfeiture of bonds "of
$25 each, as they failed to appear in
court. Does that kind of punishment
represent the limit of our law in such
an offense ? If so, the next legislature
should remedy the matter. We would
pass a law that such young scalawags
should be punished by death. The
crime committed by -: the Homestead
bank robbers pales into insignificance
when compared with this. Arcadia
The Old South thought a woman's
virtue was the most precious thing
under heaven. The New South is more
and more putting it on a commercial
basis, and sometimes the price is xery
This paper doesn't wish to provoke
anybody. Sometimes it calls another
paper or a man a liar, but it always
makes such a statement as a fact and
not as an insult. Whenever "the Star
makes a misstatement, it will correct
it at once on its being called to its at
tention, and it is always willing to
have its statements disputed, when
the disputing is done in the spirit of
good-natured correction that should
prevail among newspaper men.
The editor of the Gainesville Sun
has proved his case in regard to the
ungentlemanly language used by
Cutts in the presence of ladies in
Gainesville. Under the circumstances,
we think the Sun is excusable in quot
ing Catts' language. And we do not
see how any gentleman can excuse
Catts for making such a remark in
the presence of ladies.
Kent Pendleton, superintendent for
Florida of the Anti-Saloon League,
deposed last week by the executive
committee of this state, refuses to
give up his office. He says the com committee
mittee committee has not power to remove him.
Stay with them, Kent, old boy; we
glory in your spunk."
The grand jury of Jackson county
did not find a true bill against W. L.
Messer, the man who killed G. C.
Home, principal of the Dellwood
school, for whipping his (Messer's)
daughter. The Star isn't much sur surprised.
prised. surprised. ;
, Catts' mouthpiece, the Jacksonville
Free Press, says that the recount of
ballots in Marion county, by which
Knott gained .35 votes, was unfairly
Clarence E. Woods', who is trying to
found a' Carnegie ; library in Eustis,
has taken the Ocala building for his
No, Short Talks, the Ocala Star
isnt trying to build a bridge, but it
would, like to 1 help dig a swimming
Mrs. T. J. Morrison wishes to an announce
nounce announce that her millinery parlor next
to the "Counts Grocery Cor is again
open. At present it is in charge of
Mrs. Mosher. Mrs. Morrison will be
in ths city next week. 10-4-4t
Copyright, 1316. by the Chicago
.- -. Tribune
(Continued from Yesterday)
Troops Leave For the East.
T midnight, a bugle roused Jim
Ashby-nrivate in company F
of the Twentieth Illinois regi
men t from his blanket, where
he lay with fellow recruits on the grass
of Grant park. The Twentieth Jill
nols was one of the new regiments or
ganized from the old Third regiment
of. the state guard, t Consequently It
was very short of tents, as well as of
equipment of every kind. Only the
corporals and sergeants, who had been
privates and corporals In the militia,
possessed uniforms, Jim's platoon was
commanded by Connor, created second
lieutenant by ripping the chevrons
from his sleeves and sewing straps
upon bis shoulders. ; Jim Asbby, like
most of the other recruits, wore a
brown "sack suit, designated as a uni uniform
form uniform by a khaki arm "band. The re
cruits also had uniform caps and had
rifles and cartridge belts and bayonets.
Battalions of fire other Illinois regi
ments camped In Grant park, along
the lake front of downtown Chicago-
something over 4,000 men. There were
as many more in Lincoln park; other
regiments or battalions were in Jack
son park. ; Altogether there were more
than 20,000 militiamen and recruits
drilling and conditioning themselves by
day In Chicago parks while they wait
ed for their equipment At night dlf
f erent companies took turn guarding
the vitals of the city. Jim had stood
guard duty through two nights, with
the rest of his company, at the electric
plant which supplied most of the city
with light and power.
As the bugles roused the camp, now
at midnight ; Jim supposed that It
meant more riots, more attacks upon
the power plants and the railroads. It
was to be expected that the regent's
people would be celebrating their
sweep at sea. But the orders which
followed the bugle call were ; different
from any given before. Instead of tak taking
ing taking only rifle, bayonet and ammuni ammunition
tion ammunition and "doubling" down the ; boule boulevard
vard boulevard toward the noise of the nearest
fighting the order now: was to break
camp. Jim rolled his blanket and pack packed
ed packed his scant equipment canteen, knife:
fork and spoon and ..toilet articles.
After his first quick reaction, to the
call of the bugle he found himself very
stiff and weary.' Upon the afternoon
he had returned from an eighteen .liole
round of golf and argued with Bob
Wendell on the porch and that was
barely a week ; gone he would have
described himself as having been In
perfect physical trim," fit for any test.
But -even thirty-six holes of golf In
an afternoon with a caddy carrying
the clubs was no ; preparation for
carrying a rifle and 300" rounds of am ammunition
munition ammunition and a pack on a ten mile
practice 'hlke" with the thermometer
93 In the shade and then digging a
trench and later like as not standing
guard with every tired muscle strain strained
ed strained and every nerve tense, alert for
sign of attack upon a power plant The
soreness in bis left arm, where he had
received the first hypodermic inocula inoculation
tion inoculation against typhoid, did not serve to
mace uim more comiortame. uin; every
one else about was as sore and stiff
as he. No one complained.
? "Where're we going, do you suppose
to camp about the gas works?"
"We're going east, they say!"
"To New York!"
"We are! Then the regent's begun
lauding his troops?' .,-
Transports off the ea?t end of Long
Island, they say."
Jim's soreness and weariness sud suddenly
denly suddenly were gone. Instead a hot Impulse
of power, and passion stirred through
him. ; It was much more than a re rejuvenation
juvenation rejuvenation of the first excitement of
the camp'ln Chicago and of carrying
arms through the streets. The enemy
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or tne unired ijtarest was landing or
ahout to land upon the shores of the
country I He was being called, with the
resfof his regiment, to oppose them!
"There's been big doings In Washing
ton tonight. Have you heard?;
. "Nothing much.'
Well, we may get It; we probably
are going to; but they aren't to stick
It to us for nothing like they did with
the navy poor devils."
Jim choked and swallowed. All the
evening he had been thinking of Bob
and'N'ellle. Was Bob killed, and did
Nellie know it yet? 'What's hap happened
pened happened In Washington ? Jim asked.
"They v say Stone's In absolute
Some one else cut In eagerly. "And
the president calls out a million more
He don't call He orders. They're
going to draft by ages right away. No
slackers here, if Stone's bossing!'
The bugle blew again. Bugles an- i
swered all about.
"Say, what was that call?"
That was 'assembly
"Twas not. You fool, they don't
blow assembly when they want"
: "Well, that's 'boots and saddles'
they're blowing over there in the First
cavalry. I know that."
; "We're to get in line, boys over
there; column fours!" the sergeant
The confusion In the camp became
greater and greater. In the week's
tireless, Intensive drill Company F
aH raw recruits except the officers and
sergeants and corporals who had been
promoted from the Third militia regi regiment
ment regiment had only passably mastered
squad drllL "Form fours!" still
brought recruits tripping and tum tumbling,
bling, tumbling, passable platoon evolution? fcy
daylight were still in the future,' and
now. In the dark of midnight, a whole
battalion four companies together
was expected to form and march to
the railroad station and keep from
getting mixed up with the other battal battalions
ions battalions of the Twentieth and with un uncounted
counted uncounted battalions of other regiments,
not to speak of the troops of mounted
men who were on the march at the
same time. There was a great deal
of aweartng, and there was little light
to let any one witness just how bad
the formation was and somehow the
battalion got started.
"Some troupe traveling with us!"
the man marching at Jim's right com commented.
mented. commented. He was Paddy Kllbane, erst erstwhile
while erstwhile shipping clerk and star ln ln-fielder.
fielder. ln-fielder. A scout for the Cubs had recom recommended
mended recommended him Just before the Salem
located the regent's fleet. If Kllbane
was in place, Jim was not, but neither
knew who was out of position. But the
fact that "Swedy" Swenson marched
just behind caused Jim to suspect that
both himself and the Irishman be
longed elsewnere. Swenson was a
large, laconic man untli eight days
earlier Janitor of an apartment build
ing who possessed, as his reference
which he brought with hlnr stated, a
passion for orderliness and precision.
Kllbane continued: "And they must
be requiring us bad to start us up so
this time of the night. Swedy, me
bucko, 'tis a rifle ye're marching with,
not a mop, arid ye're pokln' me shins.
Put It over ye're shoulder like a ball
bat; 'twill not drip on ye!"( t v
- "Excuse, Mr. Kllbane!" Swenson
obliged. 'That ben fire bell, hey?"
The battalion was leaving the park
and turning Into Michigan avenue; an
order was shouted down the column;
the clanging of a fire bell warned
every one in' time how to interpret
the order. The battalion sprang to
the side of the road and let the fire
engine and, truck race by. The sky
ahead and also to the west was glar glaring
ing glaring red in districts where no factory
chimneys should crimson the clouds,
and distantly a shot and now a series
of rifle "shots echoed out of one of the
side streets. A number of handbills
were blowing down the boulevard; as
they swirled under the street lamps
they showed great, red letters. Jim
Ashby and others of the soldiers
stooped and picked up some of the
papers. Jim read as he passed the
next light: -'
"Fellow Citizens Further resistance
is useless. We are helpless! Let us
make terms before the men of our
army follow the men of the navy to
death In nseless slaughter!"
Kllbane read It at the same time
and laughed. "So those are what
they're plasterln' up everywhere!"
He jerked toward the windows of a
shop which ; they were passing. A
large placard was pasted there with
the same red letters as the handbills.
Other placards appeared on other win
dows, upon mall boxes, pasted to the
fronts of buildings and upon the
doors. It was plain that the agents
of the prince had had them printed
before the great naval battle, ready
to put up after the disaster.
Kilbane crumpled his bill and tossed
it away. "Tls too dispiriting! Cor Corporal,
poral, Corporal, dear, will ye be keepln' a close
watch on Swenson there? The enemy's
advertlsln is makln' him melancholic
He's like to desert!"
Arriving at tbe station, Company F
followed Company E out on the plat platform
form platform beside the cars which had just
been cleared of the refugees, the
soldiers boarded the train, found seats
deposited rifles and packs, and as the
train would not be ready to start for
some minutes many of the men went
out to the pfe forms a'ila. Tratchin.c
other trains arrivlnT f rora the east and
other" companies of recruits going to
Men, wearing sabers and spurs a
cavalry troop tramped by. Jim gazed
at the hats of those who were in
uniform and observed that they be belonged
longed belonged to the -First Illinois cavalry.
They had led their horses aboard stock
cars on freight tracks far down the
yards and were returning to find
places in the passenger trains.
A trooper somewhat slighter and
younger than the others, strolled
proudly along, and Jim. as he saw
him, felt his heart stop suddenly and
tbon' Tftr-A frter. Tbe dot tnrnpd
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But Chesterfields are MILD, too -that's, the
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more directly toward 'Jim, and "each
recognized the other.
"Mart!" Jim hailed. "Mart! So
here's where you are!"
The boy, at the first recognition, re re-colled;
colled; re-colled; then, eeeing avoidance of Jim
was impossible, he approached swiftly.
"My name's Wallace!" he whispered
In warning. "Wallace Scott!"
He 1 looked about cautiously and
plainly was disappointed that no one
seemed to have noticed that Jim had
hailed him by another name.
"You've enlisted!" Jim charged him.
"Well, why don't you write home to
tell them that, anywey? Of course,
they've supposed you enlisted, but
they're almost crazy, not hearing from
Tve written em or mother any anyway,:
way,: anyway,: Mart .defended himself. "I
mailed It just a minute ago. I was
going to write her as soon as we got
ordered out of Chicago. I'm not old
enough to enlist, you know, but I'm
big enough, so I had to come where
no one knew me. My name's Wallace
Scott, please ; remember, and I'm
twenty years old. and I haven't got
any parents or any one else. That's
what I've told them, and Ill stick to
It. I can ride pretty well, you know,
so I got. Into the cavalry. What are
you going to do about it?"
Toure going east. Mart?'
T suppose so; we're here to take a
train; that's all I know. I say, Jim!
Mart's hand now caught Jim's sleeve.
"How are they at home? You've
heard, of course.
Tea. I'vfi heard." Jim admitted.
(Continued on Page Three)
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Let us have your orders.
Crystal Fish Jk Oyster Company
Crystal River Florida
10 Second St
ft Korlh Maginolia St.
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FIRST.CLASS FARES FROM JACKSONVILLE
Savannah, Ga. ..'..$ 3.50
Baltimore, Md. ........ 20.00
Washington, D. C, .... 20.00
Pittsburg, Pa., 25.55
fThiVflo-n. 111.. .......... 26.15
Detroit, Mich., .... .... 26.15
t;i. ir.1n1a moala nnd stafprnnm hert.h on steamer, exceot
tickets reading to Savannah, Ga., do not include meals.
Staterooms on all steamers outside, large and airy. Steamships Su Suwannee
wannee Suwannee and Somerset have special rooms, with brass beds and bath,
toilet, etc. Wireless on all steamers. j
Steamers leave Jacksonville via Savannah, Qa., at 4 p. m., Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Saturday, to Baltimore, and Thursday and Sunday to
Philadelphia. . :
Through tickets to all points. For further information, illustrated
booklets, reservations, etc., write or call,
II. C. Avery, Ageirt. J. F. WARD, T. P. A U D. JONES, C. A.
Put an Ad.
Oyster Cracker that makes
the best oyster better.
Serve them with soups, salads,
chowder, etc. They will add to
your reputation as a hostess.
Alwayt fresh. At all grocer.
FRESH HEATS, POULTRY,
FISH AND OYSTERS
kinds Fresh Vegetable
: : Phone 167
Philadelphia, Pa., $22.40
New York, N. Y 24.40
Boston, Mass., ......... 27.00
Providence, R. I., .... ... 26.00
Buffalo, N. Y. 27.80
Elmira, N. Y. ......... 25.73
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If You Hare ,Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Up Five-One-Y
Notice to Members of the Woman's
The members of the Woman's Club
are requested to meet at the residence
of Mrs. W. T. Gary at 9:30 tomorrow
morning to attend the funeral of Mrs.
W. K. Zewadski in a body.
Members of Dickison Chapter, U. D.
C, are requested to meet & the Ocala
House tomorrow morning at 9:30 to
attend the funeral of Mrs. Zewadski
in a body. : ;
Mrs. E. L. Carney, President.
Silver Tea Called Olf
In consequence of the deaths of
Mrs. Zewadski and Mrs. Taylor, the
silver tea that was to have been given
by the Daughters of the Confederacy
at the home of Mrs. E. L. Carney to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon, has been called off.
Married, at the residence of Rev. R.
F. Rogers in this city Wednesday eve evening,
ning, evening, Miss Emily McGahagin to Mr.
John T. Lewis, both of Oklawaha. Mr.
Rogers officiated. After receiving the
congratulations of the few of their
friends who were in the secret, Mr.
and Mrs. Lewis left for their home.
This ne-made couple will have the
good wis. z of friends all over the
county and state. Mr. Lewis is one
of .our best-known citizens. He .came
to Florida ; in his young man manhood,
hood, manhood, and since has become one of the
popular men in Marion county. He
held for five years an important state
office, during which he traveled all
over Florida and made friends in ev every
ery every corner of the state. Everybody
in Marion knows John, who is one of
the most genial of men, and everybody
His bride is the youngest daughter
of that honored old citizen, Mr. W. E.
McGahagin of Oklawaha. She is well
known and well beloved in her own
community, and made many friends in
all parts of the county last spring, at
which time she accompanied, Mr.
Lewis and his party on a number of
the trips they made during the pri primary.
mary. primary. m
The Star well knows and highly es esteems
teems esteems this excellent couple, and joins
their other friends in the best of
v Mr. and Mrs. T. C Luckie left yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon for, Palatka, where
Mr. Luckie has accepted a position
with a big auto company. They will
make their home for a while at the
Saratoga, but will later go to house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. 'Mr. tuckie has been in this
city the last half a dozen years, and
Mrs. Luckie ever since she was a lit-;
tie girl. They are a most estimable
young couple, and their friends will
miss them greatly. Mr. Luckie is one
of the most skilled and careful auto
men' in the state, and any company
that secures his services is fortunate.
Silver Springs never saw a more
merry party than that which invaded
its pellucid depths yesterday. n the
party was Mrs. D. C. Stiles and Misses
Fannie and Rosebud Robinson, Hope
Robinson, Hester Dewey," Gladys
Drake, Mary Betty, Nellie Gottlieb
and Marion and Dorothy Long. Theyi
romped and bathed and rowed all day, i
and had a splendid picnic dinner under
the trees, the enjoyment of which was
much added to by a supply of hot cof coffee
fee coffee sent them by Mr. Ed.v Carmichael
from his camp near by. -
Mr. T. I. Ahold, president and man
ager of the big mill at Oak, is home
again, after a pleasant vacation spent
with Mrs. Arnold at Dula Spring's, N.
C. Mr. Arnold came v home sooner
than he intended, on account of. the
extra busy season evidently ahead for
the mill. Mrs. Arnold will remain at
Dula Springs for some weeks yet. Her
Ocala friends hope she will visit them
as soon as she returns to Florida.
Dr. H. C. Groves arrived from New
York last night and will be in the city
for some time. -Dr. Groves and fam family
ily family will probably return to Ocala for
the winter. He says Mrs. Bittinger
and Miss Adele are having a most
pleasant stay in the north. They will
not return to Ocala until genuine cold
weather drives them.
- A card to the Star from Mr. Lee
Raysor announced that he and Mrs.
Raysor would leave Reno, Nevada,
which they have made their home for
the last two years, on Sept. 30. Mrs
Raysor will stop to visit relatives in
Pensacola for a few weeks but Mr.
Raysor will come on home and should
be here in a day or two.
Mrs! II. S. Chambers and little son,
Robert, and Mrs. Chambers' mother,
Mrs. Blocher, left yesterday for Mrs.
Chambers' former home in Muncie,
Ind., where they will visit friends
until the frost king drives them back
to Sunny Florida.
Mrs. George Campbell has been sick
for some time, but her friends will be
glad to learn that she is now improv improving.
ing. improving. ,-.
Miss Ella Tvdings has been spend
ing several days with Mrs. Wesley
Meadows of Anthony.
That very popular and pretty young
lady, Miss Mary, Betty, will leave to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow afternoon on the limited for
her home in Montgomery, and dozens
of great big little glooms will hover
around the numerous friends she ha3
made during her visit here.
Mrs. Mary H. Spencer visited pa patients
tients patients at Reddick and Boardman this
morning, and this afternoon she went
to Crystal River, where her duties will
keep her busy until Saturday.
3IO VING PICTURE FEATURES
Dorothy Gish and Owen Moore will
be seen here today in "Betty of Gray Gray-stone,"
stone," Gray-stone," a Triangle Fine Artsf eatufe.
The story has to do with Betty, a
young girl driven out of a New Eng England
land England town because of a scandal, of
which she is an innocent victim. She
is found weeping by the roadside by
David Chandler of New York. She is
taken to New York by David, who in introduces
troduces introduces her to a bohemian life. Betty
becomes disgusted as a result of a
studio affair, and leaves. Things are
straightened out, and all end3 well
with the wedding of David and Betty.
."'."''""-" ; V : -;
Tomorrow Roscoe Arbuckle and
Mabel Normand will be seen in a
Keystone comedy, and there will be
another installment of "The Girl and
the Game," and a Hearst pictorial.
The first meeting of the present
school year of the county educational
association will be held in the study
hall of the Ocala high school Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, October 7, at 10:30 &. m. ; ;
All teachers of the county and
others who may be interested are cor cordially,,
dially,, cordially,, invited and urged to attend.
. The principal topic of discussion
will be the educational exhibit to be
made at the Marion County Fair.
The following program has been
Song by the association.
Invocation by Rev. J. R. Herndon.
Reading by Mrs. Allie Van Davis.
Election of officers.
Piano solo by Miss Pauline Mag Mag-ness.
Discussion of the educational ex exhibit
hibit exhibit at the Marion County Fair by
Supt. J. H. Brinson.
Address by Rev. J. R. Herndon.
Refreshments will be served in the
domestic science room of the high
school after the exercises.
These meetings have been of much
interest and benefit to the teachers
and friends of education in the past
years and particularly last year. This
is our cleaning house of educational
thought and inspiration. Last year
we were invited to various parts of
the county and we had splendid meet meetings
ings meetings at several places and brought to-
gether many who would not otherwise
liave ben with us and this year we
shall be glad to entertain invitations
from the various communities of the
county to hold our meetings with
We are looking forward confidently
to a most successful school year.
Very respectfully yours, y
J. H. Brinson, Supt.
Advertsie in the Str.
Has becomejthe slogan not
only on the highways of
travelrbut also in all lines
of industry. There's no
such thing as safety if
your valuable property is
not covered by
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the most reliable companies
in existence, and our facil facilities
ities facilities are not surpassed in
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I HOLDER BLOCK
J OCALA :-: FLA.
TYDIH6S & CO.
NEW FALL GARDEN SEED NOW
Also Flower and Field Seeds
CHOICEST DRUGS AND DRUG
All mail orders carefully and
TYDINGS & COMPANY
Druggists and Seedsmen
Ocala, Florida. Telephone No. 30
M- gains, Cash
One Ford Touring Gar
One 1916 Maxwell Roadster
One 1916 Maxwell Touring Gar
One "17" Buick, 4-Passenger Car
These cars are fully equipped and are in
good condition. The Maxwells have been work worked
ed worked over and are nearly as good as new, with
electric starters and all modern imorovements.
Call at Star office if interested.
(Continued from Second Page )
"At you'r Iior.se every one's well ex
cept or worryfuj? about "you."
"Mother? And father?"
Mart had to be assured of both sep
: "And Agnes?"
"Yes; she's all right too." ;
"Whdt's the matter. Jim?"
"Say.'what're you doing here, hey?
I knew you'd enlisted, too, of course.
You didn'tstay back. But well, Ag
nes hasn't come to yet? Is that It?
She's still in a trance?"
'She's broken our engagement, if
that's what you're getting at," Jim
"Because you're going to fight!- The
little Idiot What do you care for?"
Mart commented, younger brother like.
"Then, you haven't been hearing from
her? You've been hearing only from
"No, I've heard from Agnes too."
"I meant to ask, Jim. Anything
about Bob Wendell ?"
"No, nothing yet."
Connor shouted Jim's name; the en
gine at the front of the train blew a
warning blast Jim and Mart clasped
"Good luck, Martr
"Good luck, Jim!"
Mart ran down the platform for an
other train; Jim turned to his car and
found "his seat beside Kilbane. The
Irish boy. displayed a bit of delicate.
belaced and embroidered linen.
"I discovered it thrust bechune the
cushion so," he demonstrated. "She
was a fine and fair one who dozed here
on the westward tbrlpr
BOX SUPPER AT
There will be a box supper given at
Homeland schoolhouse Friday night,
October 6th, proceeds to be used in
purchasing a swinging, lamp for
Homeland schoolhouse. Everybody is
cordially invited to attend.
.' Floy McCully,
Mayme Parker ;
Belle Strickland, Com.
PLUMBING AND fiLECTKICAL
estimates. No job too large and none
- It A T-T TTT m 1
jjoo small, u xl. .vv xuc&er.
Loan of $2500 wanted on improved
city property for three years. Insur Insurance
ance Insurance policy to cover entire amount
Will pay ten per cent interest for first
year and eight per cent for balance of
time. Full particulars, write X. Y.
car Star office, Ocala. 9-30-6t
For, delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers.
Easter Lily Bulbs 75. cents per
dozen at Bitting & company, the
druggist and seedsmen. 9-12
Try Bouquet Dozlra perfume, $2
per ounce, at Gerigs. 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.
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self-Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6t
Flower seed and bulbs of all kinds
at the Ocala Seed Store.
Garden and fjower aeed for fall
planting. Bitting Co., 410 N. Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia St. tf.
For delicious hot biscuits use "Juba
Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6t
For service first, trade at Gerig'a
Ocala's best drug store. T-
following used cars at big bar-
or Time Payments:
"Phoslime carries a large percentage of moist-
ure, which has been repeatedly demonstrated in 4
practical use to keep green and well nourished the $
LAWNS on which it was used." ?
IMMEDIATE? DELIVERY V
Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags y
$9 Per Ton
I FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME CO. J
Box 462 : Ocala, Florida X
- H. A FAUSETT, Local Dealer
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare Includes Meals Good on Any Ship.
Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
' Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib erty SL, Jacksonville, Florida.
2 "The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tire
rouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt prompt-l
l prompt-l !y filled.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
THE WINPM HOTEL
. JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA
la the Heart of the city with
Every modern convenience in
second to none. . -
RATES From $1.50 per day
ROBERT M. MEYER,
LESS THAN CARLOAD
S10.C0 Per Ton
Hemming Park for a front yard.
ach room. Dining room service is
per person to $6.C0.
J. E. KAVANAUGH
Mason 3 meet thi3 evening.
Dr. K. D. Fuller's office phone is
Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed.
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
All kinds of seed for fall garden
now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.
MRS. TAYLOR'S FUNERAL
. The funeral of Mrs. W. D. Taylor
will take place tomorrow at 3 p. m-
it being deferred until that time in
hopes that Mr. George MacKay Jr.,
will be able to reach here in time to
attend the services. The services will
be held at the MacKay residence.
Do you suffer with pains and
cramps in the ankle or top of the
foot, or with callouses on the sole?
Let us give you instant comfort and
permanent relief. "The Man Who
Knows." Little's Shoe Parlor. 27-tf
We have just received a letter from
our friend, Mr, J. S. Blitch, but regret
to say it is too late ; for this issue.
Judging by its contents, if Knott re retains
tains retains the certificate, Mr. Blitch will
Use Juba Self -Rising Flour for 'de 'delicious
licious 'delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers. 6t
You only pay for what you get, and
not for what the other fellow had
charged and did not pay for. Little's
Shoe Parlor. 27-tf
Use Juba Self Rising Flour for de-
l -i. i :x a -it m ?
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.
When thirsty drink at Gerig's
Ocala's popular coca-cola fountain.
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers.
Use Juba Self -Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers. 6t
Mr. B. F. Condon has a mighty fine
display of auto goods in his show windows.
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self Rising Flour. At all grocers.9 1 6t
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.
Use Juba Self-Rising -Hour for de de-licious
licious de-licious hot biscuits. At all grocers.
Everything is of the very latest at
the Affleck Millinery Parlor, Ocala
House block. tf ;
THE SPECIALTY SHOP
Of lice Supplies,
t All Magazines,
As E. GEHIG
One Door East of M. & C Natiwial
Mr. R. M. Perry was in town today,
selling cotton from his farm near Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick to the Smith Grocery Co. Mr.
Perry says he likes to farm.
Miss Ida Eley wishes to announce
to her Ocala friends that she is show
ing up-to-date millinery at the par parlors
lors parlors of Mrs. T. W. Tillman in Palatka,
and will be delighted to fill personally
any orders sent her from Ocala. Miss
Eley will be personally remembered
as head trimmer at the Affleck Mil
linery Parlors last season. 5-6t
KNOTT MAINTAINS HIS LEAD
The latest news is that Knott has
a lead of 36 votes over Catts. The
matter of who shall hold the certifi certificate
cate certificate of nomination will be decided at
Tallahassee tomorrow or Saturday.
Mr. Guy Toph expects to leave
next week for an extended stay in
Mississippi, where he will take the
water cure at a certain noted spring,
physicians stating that his system is
so poinsoned with malaria that noth nothing
ing nothing else will restore him to his for former
mer former good health. His friends sin sincerely
cerely sincerely trust that the change and the
water will prove all that is claimed
and that he will find perfect health
while away. Lakeland Telegram.
Mr. Lige S. Strickland of Eureka,
came to the office of Judge Smith, in
the courthouse, Wednesday and asked
for a marriage license. He said that
a week before bis wife and himself
had been separated Iby a decree of
divorce obtained in Palatka, but had
now decided that they wanted to be
married again. They had decided
that they could not live apart. The
license was granted, for Mr. Lige S.
Strickland and Miss Alice Smith.
Mr. J. O. Dekle has accepted a posi position
tion position jwith that live dealer in gents'
furnishings, H. A. Waterman. Ardis
has four clerks, including himselfand
they are kept busy.
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Williams will
shortly move to Arcadia, their house household
hold household goods having been shipped by
the Messrs. Collier.
Dr. S. H. Blitch was in town today,
on his way to an inspection tour of
the camps on the coast. Dr. Blitch
says Mrs. Blitch has made 1100 bush bushels
els bushels of corn on her farm this year.
Coca-cola made in Atlanta, made
famous in Ocala at Gerig's.
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6t
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6t
OYSTERS are a most important factor in your food problem
OYSTERS are not, as has been erroneously stated, a luxury,
OYSTERS are, in fact a real daily need.
They possess the merits of Food Economy, Food Value, Healthful Healthful-ness
ness Healthful-ness and a "Peculiar" delicacy that lends itself to the preparation
of 'many tasty dishes.
$1.25 Per Gallon, Single Gallon
$1.15 Per Gallon, in Five Gallon Lots
$2.00 Per Barrel!.
: i GULF FISH & OYSTER COMPANY
Crystal m qurs are better" Florida
says M-s. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky., in
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic. She says further: "Before I began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds,vand now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
l wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a triaL I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, etc., are sure signs of woman womanly
ly womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It has been helping Weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Yon Ct C CCD V&Iae t ANY Price si i lisle or Cottaa 25c to $5.19 per pair'
jEzzzpj-Bccto CornpcTiy, inc.
iSS.lSt EAST 24th ST.
The Sun office received a pleasant
call last night from Captain Chas. E.
Harris, Co. H, 30th Eegt. U. R., W. O.
W., Ocala. Captain Harris came to
our city for the purpose of organizing
a Uniform Rank among the local
Woodmen of the World. He is an at attache
tache attache of the Ocala Star. Gainesville
Nine persons out of every ten who
suffer with their feet, do not need a
longitudinal arch support but an an anterior
terior anterior metatarsal. Go to' the man who
has studied the anatomy of the foot
three years and get relief. Full line
of School's foot appliances. "The
Mart Who Knows." Little's Shoe Par
Shady, Oct. 4. We never got the
assistant teacher for Shady school.
Some folks are madder'n wet hens,
some deeply disappointed; some take
it philosophically. We fell down on
the average on account of sore eyes.
We are sure if every one will send
regularly, this month we can "get
there" easy next time. No use to get
mad. It reminds us of the fellow who
went to the village for- some neces necessary
sary necessary supplies and while there took on
too much booze. Going home he frail
ed the old horse and jerked him about
till he fell down, whereupon the old
fellow looked down at him and "said
something" and told him if he didn't
get up he'd .; run over him Now we
can't run -over the law, but we can
pull all together and when we do that
it will be easy going. Here's hoping.
The well digging machine was go
ing leisurely toward Shady Monday
and when it passed an old colored
aunty's house a spark fell on the barn
and set fire to it, which was quickly
put out. The old aunty was friuch
upset tho' and yelled out to Captain
Shanks to take dat debbil away from
here before: you burn up my bread
house. We hope "dat debbil" will
stay in this neighborhood a good
while, or until some of us who need
wells so badly can get them put down
Mr. and Mrs. "J. H. Knoblock of
Martin, drove over Tuesday and spent
the day with Mrs. Knoblo:k'F mother,
Mrs. Carl Buhl.
Burbank, Oct. 3. Quite a crowd of
Burbankers attended the colored camp
meeting at Fort McCoy. In the crowd
were Mr. and ; Mrs. Gornto, Mr. and
Mrs. Walker, Mr. and Mrs. Abbott
and little daughter, Dixie, Mrs. Tur
ner and little son Raymond, Mrs.
Jones, Mrs. Helen Carter, Mr. Mc
Manus, Mr. Hughey McManus, Mr.
Summerville, Mr.VPearce, ,Mri and
Mrs. Rictor, Mr. Bowing, Mrs. Mar Mar-jorie
jorie Mar-jorie Wilson, Mr. and Mrs. George
Miss Vivenia Ellis returned from
her visit to her parents at Panasoffkee
to be present at the 69th anniver
sary of her grandmother, Mrs. G. W.
Gornto, which was celebrated Oct. 1.
The other relatives present were Mrs.
Gornto's son, Mr. F. L. Gornto of St.
A ugustine, her daughter, Mrs. A. E.
Williamson and family of f Palatka,
Mrs. J. A. Morris Sr., of Ocala, sister
of Mr. Gornto, and her niece, Mrs. W.
II. McConn of i Jacksonville. Other
friends present were Mrs. Stapp of
Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Allison and
family and Mr. Brinsoii of MarshvilLe,
Mr. and Mrs. B. Walker, Mr. and-Mrs.
J. II. Ewing of Burbank. Mr. Gornto
had prepared, a barbecue dinner and
everybody seemed to enjoy the occas occasion
ion occasion greatly.
GET RID OF THAT
.There are few diseases that make
one f eei more miserable than a dis disordered
ordered disordered stomach. Mrs. A. Win gale,
Gorman, N. Y7 writes: "I began us using
ing using Chamberlain's Tablets about five
years ago.. At that time I was hav
ing a great deal of trouble with my
stomach. I suffered great distress
due to indigestion and constipation.
Nothing did me much good until I got
Chamberlain's Tablets." Obtainable
everywhere. ; Adv.
Burson seamless hose at Little's
Shoe Parlor. 27-tf
"An old gentleman of this town who
was almost at the point of death with
chronic dysentery some time ago and
had given up all hope of recovery was
induced to try Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Remedy. One
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
the truth of .the above and were aware
of the old gentleman's conditioa." Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
HAD BILIOUS ATTACKS
"My son nineteen years of age suf suffered
fered suffered frequently from bilious attacks.
My husband brought home a bottle of
Chamberlain's Tablets and began giv giving
ing giving them to him. They helped him
right away. He began to eat heartily
and picked up right along," writes
Mrs. Thomas Campbell, Kirkvflle, N
Y. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
My little niece had been made happy
by being asked to be a rinar bea per at
a friend's wedding. A few evenings
later we noticed her looking with a
speculative eye at her older sister and
the young man who was calling, and
then she announced with a pleased
expression: "I expect he will maybe
ask me to be in his program, too."
Orange Springs, Oct. 4. Farmers
are busy harvesting their crops. With
plenty of corn,' sweet potatoes and
pork the high cost of living will be
somewhat diminished in this locality
for a while.
Next month cane will be made into
syrup, then sweets will be added to
the daily menu.
The picnic of last Wednesday was
enjoyed by all who attended. Palatka
and Ocala were well represented.
Among those from Ocala were Editor
Frank Harris, Messrs. Frank Mor Morrison
rison Morrison and J. H. Brinson, whose face
would be missed at the Orange
Springs festivities, as this is his old
home while in his normal teaching
School is progressing nicely under
the skillful management of Miss
The many friends of Mr. Eugene
Rosenburger of Micanopy will be in interested
terested interested to learn of .his marriage to
Miss Lilian Bauknight a few days
since. The writer received a "card
from them in Northfield, Conn., where
they are visiting, before returning to
their home in Micanopy. ;
: Mr. Riser, is improving from a
severe illness caused by a fall from
the roof of Mr. Murrah's house.
Miss Lucy Pegram gave an in informal
formal informal dance at Mrs. Sear's newly
completed house in honor of Misses
Gertrude and Lucile Wells of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, who were her guests for a week,
going from here for a visit to their
grandmother, Mrs. George Riles at
Mr. Lewis Benson and son Clarence,
have gone to New York for a visit.
The baby of Mr. and Mrs. Motes is
improving, from its recent illness.
The children of Mr. Isaac Matchett
entered school last week which brings
the enrollment to twenty.
HEAD OFF THAT
ALL WINTER COUGH
At the first sign of sore throat,
tight chest or stuff ed-up head take a
dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar- Honey.
The healing, pine tar, soothing honey
and glycerine quickly relieve the con congestion,
gestion, congestion, loosen the phlegm and break
up your cold. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar
Honey has all the benefits of the heal healing
ing healing aroma from a pine forest," it is
pleasant to take and antiseptic. The
formula, on the bottle tells why it re
lieves colds and coughs. At your
druggist, 25c. tZ
CURED HER CHILDREN OF COLDS
"Durine the past winter I had oc
casion to give Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy to my two children, who were
at the time suffering from severe
colds. It proved to be the very medi
cine they needed, writes Mrs. Myron
J. Pickard, Memphis, N. Y. Obtain
able everywhere. Adv.
BAD COLDS FROM
LITTLE SNEEZES GROW
Many colds that hang on all winter
start with a sneeze, a sniffle, a sore
throat, a tight chest. You know the
symptoms of colds, and you v know
prompt treatment will break them up.
Dr. King's New Discovery, with its
soothing antiseptic balsams, has been
breaking up colds and healing coughs
of young and old for 47 years. Dr.
King's New Discovery loosens the
phlegm, clears the head, soothes the
irritated memorane ana maices nreatn
ing easier. At your druggist, 50c. 2
Of Application r 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
ty, Florida, at his omce in Ocala, m
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 235 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 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,
said lands being m the city of Ucala.
Said lands .belonging to the estate
of the said C. D. Donley, deceased, to
be sold for the best interest f said
This 7th day of September,' 1916. s
SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7th
CHILDREN'S SOUVENIR DAY
And Every White School Child in Ocala will
be given a pretty
Call at the Star Office Any Time Saturday
That dull, listless, oom-essed feel feeling
ing feeling is d"A to impurities in your sys system,
tem, system, sluggish liver, clogged intestines.
Dr. King's New Life Pills give prompt
relief, A mild, easy,, non-griping
bcwel movement will tone up your
system and help to clear your muddy,
pimply complexion. Get a bottle of
Dr. King's New Life Pills today at
your drusrsnst. 25c. A dose tonight
will make your cheerful at break breakfast.
fast. breakfast. 2
FURNISHED HOME FOR LEASE
A most desirable small residence
for lease. Well located, close in. Has
six rooms, bath, two. halls, closets,
five fireplaces; every modern conven convenience
ience convenience including new instantaneous gas
hot water heater in bath; screened
throughout. House is completely fur furnished,
nished, furnished, including new piano. Pretty
lawn, deep drilled well of soft water,
barn and garaere. Will not rent for a
short time. If interested apply in writ writing
ing writing to box 164, city. 29-tf
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract. ?2 per
ounce. Gerig's. tf
14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries on Sat
urday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
W. K. LANE, "M. liTsicIan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
WITH YOUR CAR
Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles is my business.
Honest, efficient service; you pay fpr
the time put in on your car only. J.
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone
393, Ocala, Fla. 9-16-tf
FOR NEURALGIA ACHES
The dull throb of neuralgia is quick quickly
ly quickly relieved by Sloan's Liniment, the
universal remedy for pain. Easy to
aPPly; it quickly penetrates without
rubbing and soothes the sore muscles.
Cleaner and more promptly effective
than mussy plasters or ointment; does
not stain the skin or clog the pores.
For stiff muscles, chronic rheumatism,
gout, lumbago, sprains and strains it
gives quick relief. Sloan's Liniment
reduces the pain and inflammation in
in sect bites, bruises, bumps and other
minor injuries to children. Get a bot
tle 'today at your druggist, 25c. 2
We do not, charge you credit prices,
for we sell for cash only. Bring your
pocket or check book. Little's Shoe
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED Employment, by boy of
16, at once. Strong and willing to
work. Would like position where ad
vancement is possible if services are
satisfactory. Address, "Work," care
FOR SALE An upright piano; in
good condition; attractive price. Or
wil Irent, Phone 242. 4-tf-
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms;
modern conveniences, desirable neigh
borhood. Mrs., A. M. Perry, Herbert
LOST On Lake Weir road to Ocala,
gray overcoat. Initials D. T. J. in
side. Finder will be suitably reward
ed by returning to D. T. Jeff coat,
Ocala, Fla. 10-3-6t
COTTON RAGS WANTED Clean
cotton rags, white or colored, wanted
at the Star office for cleaning machin
FOR RENT Upstairs furnished for
light housekeeping; city and cistern
water. Rent reasonable. Mrs. P. H.
Gillen, No. 1 S. 5th St.
FOR SALE Very cheap, girl's bicy bicycle,
cle, bicycle, age 10 to 14 years. If interested
inquire of G A. Nash. 29-6t
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
WANTED To sell Maxwell roadster
ia good condition, for $150. Time pay
ments if desired. Address Box 482,
Ocala, Fla. 28-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
We Have the Equipmeet and
To serve yoiTas you ought to be servied, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for thi is the only way we can accomplish
Of course sometimes, kittle thing go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.
' Ocala Ice & PacMme Co.
is manufactured of carefully selected
stock, cut accurateiy : to all standard
sizes and seasoned thoroughly by
open-air process. We carry both
rough and dressed lumber in several
grades-suitable for various purposes.
We Assiire Sat Is! actlsm
to every customer, no matter what the
amount of his purchase. Come and talk
over your plans with us. We can show you
how .to save money in buying all kinds of
; building material. ;
Buyers Get Quality Guaranteed
on All Supplies
CYPRESS lAJMBER IN STOCK
DAVID m. 'vEILuCM
Bt. Rer. Abbott Charles, President. Her. Father Benedict, Director.
Saint Leo, Pasco. County, Florida
Five Mile? West of Dade City and Oot Mile East cf San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORF ORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL a'ID COuLiERCiAL COURSES
$225 FOR JEN SCHOOL MONTHS
b. f POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TEhn OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1916
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