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The Ocala evening star
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WEATHER FORECAST

. OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7,-1916
Generally fair tonight and Sunday.
VOL. 22 NO. 233

1? PflTT f HOHIll

IIIL UfHEi ILL

IINUM HAS

THE NOMINATION

r liioi uamk OF THE SERIES

WAS SWIFT AND HARDLY
CONTESTED

Arbitrary Act of Secretary May Have SUPREME COURT REFUSES TO

Caused an Innocent Man to GRANT NEW WRITS FOR

be Electrocuted EITHER SIDE

ANOTHER SUB
HAS CROSSED

(Associated Press)

lallahassee, Fla., Oct. 7 Attorney

Flournoy, for Catts, yesterday peti-

bmg bing, N. Y.,- Oct. 7. Thomas tioned the supreme court for a man-

Bambrick was electrocuted this morn- damus writ, to compel the state can

ing for the murder of George Dap-1 vas-sing board to recount and count

lioston, Oct; 7. Clear skies, light P,n a New York policeman, a year J only his 69 votes from the precinct of

breezes and a moderate temperature ag0 i3ambnck has twice been re- Alachua, in Alachua county, and at

(Associated Press)

formed perfect weather conditions for

prieved.

the same time Attorney Adams for

the first of the world

Thomas M. Osborne, the warden at I Knott, asked the court ?for a writ to

senes games, sing Sincr. addressiner a patherW of compel the recanvass of all

xne mgnt nne was smaller than that bankers and business men in New returns since the last canvass. Both

preceding any game here in years, butlYoric last night," said.:. there was no! writs Were denied, which leaves Knott

many arrived at daybreak. When the c iamDncK was innocent, j me nominee on what is generally re-
barriers were swun rW f fl of the test

- wv,. vv hitman ftn tha tfl anhAna I,,,- V I tnr tha i.nn. nf nn

. . I w v wlkUHUilG UUt 1113 Bet" I v "W""WUU

uwiusittsuc xans scramDied lor. tne

best places

Two thousand extra Eeats had been

erected and the additional standing s'mS him

snace TimviiluA UJ IrorS.

- x vyx vus viivuauuu pcu-

pie brings the capacity of the park up

to w,w, .Many carried heavy boxes! Brooklyn: Daubert out: third to

containing lunch and to he saH aalfirRt tStno-pi

MM 1 w w... -i w W W. Mill 1 U bl llLb UllU I W I 111 II I I I 1 U III riIQ niEl innrt I wI-it

- i . 1 ixtuuv. iiio icau duu -live

vvneat. out second to nrst. iNo runs, over and above the sixty-nine that

no hits, no errors. Catta minima Tha

following is the special report giv- Boston: Gardner hit to short and writ oA the .n, w if c

en to the Star" off the Western Union I Olson fumbled. Gardner landing1 on necessarv to rranvn tn '1

r v I P WW AAA vAi vMhJ V bl v

v.-e Dy air. u. ueng: ; first. Scott forced Gardner, third to lead of Mr; Knott as the result k s in

LINE-UPS second, Scott taking first. Cady got (the nominee would not be changed by

r pass to nrst, ocott going, to second. la recanvass.

Brooklyn: Myers, cf; Daubert, lb: ohore out on a pop fly to first. Hooper The. court wrote an oninion in de-

Mengie, rf; Wheat, If; Cutshaw, 2b; out on tiy to short. No runs, no hits, nying Flournoy's writ which follows:

retary refused to awaken him unless

the petitioners had new evidence.

One run, two hits, no er er-SIXTH
SIXTH er-SIXTH INNING

The state committee meets today

and the law requires that the secre

tary of state, not later than thirty
days prior to the election, send out in

structions for the printingof the bal

lots. Knott is the nominee now by 21

votes, the same as before, but the re recanvass
canvass recanvass of all new amended returns

seats.

THE ATLANTIC

THE GERMAN SUBMARINE U-531

ARRIVED AT NEWPORT
THIS AFTERNOON

ALLIES GAINING DRIVE BMH'I

III THE BALKANS THE GRAND DUKE
Either Quiet Prevail on or Conflict- Drive to be Made by Russians Into

,ing Reports Come from

Other Fronts

(Associated Press)

(Associated Press)

London, Oct. 7. The Entente cam campaign
paign campaign against Monastir in Southern
Serbia is developing rapidly from
k V 4-1 IL 1 .

Kpwnnrt t t cst -' n ti, WM1 vue bOUin aa east. While the

man submarine U-53 arrived in the ied Mforcef have pressed to within

harbor here this afternoon. The sub- V1 ". A f e cuy lrom south,

iiic oeroians nave aavanced north

mersible crossed in 17 days.

PilEIDE

ADDRE IIIG

r

THE PROGRESSIVES

WiU Refute the Charge that He and

Congress Yielded to the
Brotherhoods

west from Kaimakcalan on the west western
ern western slopes of the Nidje ridge. Paris

reports they have reached the vallev

of the Velaboda, which empties into

tne river Cerna almost

Bulgaria Through the
- Dobrudja ;
London, Oct. 7. Most alarming of

all the news recently published in
Germany is the report, received thru

Stockholm, that Grand Duke Nicholas
had left Trebizond for Odessa to pro-

.

- vwww w feV LU uic i vcu wiuniy aiter tne acci-
Dobrudja to take command of the! dent The Hawkhea! i;

i .. . I . z & w

imies ariving tnrougH Bulgaria to- the shipyard under her own steam,
ward Constantinople. The one hundred

Reports from many quarters affirm safely removed from the Citv of Nor-

wiaw mebe armies nave Deen organized lolk after the crash.

on a very powerful scale and the Ger

PiCEEOItKrUilll
HER fll'li PfllVEfl

BRITISH STEAMER WAS
SUNK BUT WAS ONLY
BADLY BATTERED

NOT

. -:i
Norfolk, Oct. 7,The British tramn

steamer Hawkhead which was in col collision
lision collision with tlie 5teamer City of Nor

folk in a fog last night, was not sunk

man reading public is being prepared
for COmin? PVPnts Vitr tha onTmnn

direCtly I ry,r, I- I

east of Monastir. Farther west aW YTlr "l campa,P Ior

TVa TrecKo --wqueni oi itoumania and the roll-

.,w-- v,- ui..: "V A xvussian leic, r ieia Mar-

Paris reports that French troops are K" n ""r f Vf, T
. 1 I Kenzen to whom, it is recalled, is

TRUCK AHD TOACTOl

participating in that movement.

SOFIA REPORTS SUCCESS

(Associated Press)
Long Branch, Oct. 7. President

Wilson reached his summer "home

from his western trip this morning

and began working on the speech he Somme, Paris reports. : The only

MowrySb; Olson, ss; Meyers, c; Mar
quard, p. ; ; ..

Boston: Hooper, rf ; Jarvin, 2b;
Walker, cf; Hoblitzel, lb; Lewis,"; If;
Gardner, 3b; Scott, ss; Cady, c; Shore,

BATTERIES
Boston: Shore and Cady.
Brooklyn: Marquard and Meyers.
UMPIRES
At plate: Connally.
On bases: Dlneen.
' Rightfield: O'Day.
Leftfieldr Quigley.
' Attendance; 40,00Q-'
FIRST INNING

Brooklyn: Myers out on foul fly to
catcher.' Daubert out on strike. Sten Stengel
gel Stengel out, second to first. No runs, no
hits, no errors. '"'"" ''J,
Boston: Hooper fanned Jarvin fan fanned.
ned. fanned. Walker drove to center field
fence for a triple. Hoblitzel out, sec second
ond second to first. No runs, one hit, no er errors.
rors. errors. ;
SECOND INNING

one error.

SEVENTH INNING
Brooklyn: Cutshaw was. out, second

to first. Mowry singled to right field

and Olson hit into a double nlav.

Mowry being forced at second and Ol

son was out at first. One hit, no runs,

no errors. t

Boston: Jarvin doubled to left, Wal

ked hit to short; Olson fumbled, Jar

vin going to third and Walker : was

safe at first on Olson's error. Hob

litzel hit a hot one to second which

Cutshaw fumbled. Jarvin i scorinc.

w,iU iiuuiiww was Hi,.! v0- A-.f---. it.

Uini i T j- , lemur.

4"a vjiuiier nit 10 secona ana m,, j .

rfct,- tx. i j. vauaM xcxcueu to was maae

"uuuiici io vii I nnA f j.j j i.j-.

il; j ,j r j c m. e -fvu .uw cuisiiucu oiiu tonecieu re

m-.u rtiiu uaruiier on iirsu ocoil OUII,..,, iu. t.r i

"In the supreme court of Florida,

ex rel Sidney J. Catts, relator, vs. H.
Clay Crawford, Thomas F. West and

J, C. Luning. secretary of stM At

torney general and state treasurer.

respectively, constituting the state

canvassing board for the democratic

primary of June 6th, 191G, respond

ents.

"The prayer of the petition is that
the state canvassing board be com

pelled to add the sixty-nine votes
from precinct No. 3, in Alachua coun county,
ty, county, to the canvass made on Sept. 21st,
and from this to declare as a result

JTov-

EIGHTH INNING

!

V. J v rri

flZlghtA "0bht!el SCOn'"g n Krit here prayed confines that board

' f lo to the returns before it on said date
first. Three runs, one hit, two errors. and takes from its consideration any

amended or corrected returns since
filed. In other wnrHfl if enol-o

Brooklyn: Meyers out short to first, the state canvassint? hoar t

Johnson, who is now batting for Mar- the true result of the nrimarv

quard. drove a sincfle to richt. Mverslti

Brook.: Wheat Angled feast first hit inio a douMe ay, Johnson beiH. Ibui rflTi'SS
sc. Cutshaw hit with a double forced ont at second nd Me,. uk ;.-....

play, forcine meat out al second. d,ubled at first K. ZJ

rf v ,,w- ouji.i -ivicvi. y ic-
errors. ornnts

fanned, retiring the side. No runs, Boston: Pfeffer now nitohi fAJTVr:WmCn

I e I "vivii-u uv uic icialiULi
one hit, no errors. Brooklvn.' Rhnro m.f flv f --.l-ft w -x...

Boston: Lewi, was presented with Hoot; : walked on ., r,,!, rT'. ,B 8

a baso on balls. Gardner bunted Uintrled to nVht. iWr pH nnLu v,- i.,-.....: '. ,

l"f. T v 5 S .! Stengel'S bad thr0W t0 third' Jarvin from its consideration any account of
single, Lewis taking second. Scott g-oinsr to second. WalW w.W ...k,,-, .

" 7 ...vv.i .buuviju&uu Lunctuuus uj, witi various
Hoblitzel out on fly to left. Lewis hit county returns, however meritoTimi,

to second and forced Walker at that
station. One run, one hit, one' error.

will deliver to the progressives and
independents this afternoon. He read

many telegrams congratulating him

on his first Middle Western trip.
The president considered it possible
that, he will again refer to the settle-

due the fact that the Prussian army
is still camping in Russia, that Ser Serbia
bia Serbia IS in -the Vm-nrta 4V.-. 1 t

CJ z '., I via mc veil ti ax lil-

T V rePUIS01. assaults lies, that Bulgaria is carrying out
on the Bulgarians and their, allies hWdpH rr,intw.

along the line south of the Constanza- large scale, and that. Turkey has lost

T xaiiwa,. none of her confidence will probably

QUIET ALONG THE SOMME e to maneuyer extensively on ac

. : count or the peculiar terrain of the

it is comparatively quiet along the j Dobrudja.

The vast quadrilateral of the Dob-

ac-

uyity of the last day or two was a rudja lying between the elbow of the

sngnt advance of the French near Danube, the Blank Sm'

manian-Bulgarian frontier on the
south, is an immense sandy plain with

Bouchavesnes.

RUMANIANS ARE RESTLESS

marshes on the edge of the river and
of the seashone. There is no water

apart from salt wells and the country

t A T?nmo ttt. moo MM

. ."vau ob-mc hca f roch Piln.oi'- J.-i: l '".

fi.Q -.,;4-:i--u ... """"""" cAjfcuiuon nas cross-

Pastur-

- ... w fcw.w, yon MacKenzen is said to

wcuuuau neiuier siae asKca ior.iegis
lation.

CARD OF THANKS

Ocala,. Fla., Oct. 7th, 1916.
To the many dear friends whose
tribute in "very conceivable wayi in
service, love, kindness and sympathy

m the last hours in the

have at- ages, which grow up after the spring

tacked it without success. storms, and support the herds of sheep
; Berlin reports an advance in Tran-and buffalo on which the sparse pop-

syivania and the British; claim the u'ation makes its living. This popu-

capture of two villages in Macedonia. Nation is of mixed blood, comprising

Turks, Roumanians, Greeks, Bulgar-

COMMANDER OF MOEWE KILLED

London, Oct. 7. Count Von Dohna-

Schlodien, who commander the Ger-
W--an. .' vi- J . :

mail ijiiuer moewe, was Killed in

ians and J ews, about 200,000 in all.

The only completed railroad in the
territory is that running ., westward

from the port of Constantza toward

To be Purchased by the County Com

missioners for Working
the Roads
The county commissioners have" de

cided to purchase a three-ton truck

and a small tractor for woi&ing the
reads in this county. These machines

will be purchased in lieu of the five five-ton
ton five-ton road working truck, which the

commissioners have been investiirat-

ing. The three-ton truck will be used

for hauling material, and possibly for

COM a 1 1 . m

oviamg. a ne na.cur wm oe usea lor

hauling; and scraping. Neither of
these machines will scarify, as it is

claimed the five-ton truck would. The
commissioners, however, decided that
the five-ton truck could not be handled

with sufficient facility. The three-ton

wiuvn... wm jye useu, 10 siarc With, in
district No. 1, under Commissioner
Carn, and the tmctor in district No.

under Commissioner Luffman.

PRIZES FOR THE

CANNING CLUB GIRLS

To All Canning Club Girls: We are

interested in what records you have
made on your one-tenth acre plot. If

. ... --u tiuuvi iuucnC was l&lllcU 111 I v ,.. w..
, jue oi our ri.. "! . - .. . I nit-ii n..v..c4- 'a- t, t..

t . .- .... .. i iMaute- Hucoraini'' tj a news disnat-h "v vi.vu, uutuaivou,. -o tne iwu-

uear one, ana in tne last rites after T " 7 I zjaixias rri t. you have Wn t.mh1p hv a

j-tuiu xuan. was reported a tew 1 1 .. co W1C uauuuc wiuun j v.wu6i. Vi

days ago that the Germans were usintr tneir own territory, the Dobrudja of-1 a,lu u" noi dg oiscourageo,

. ....

sailors from Belgium on the Somme Icrs STeateT tacuity for operations

out, sacrifice catcher to first, Lewis

taking third and Gardner on .second.

j Cady went to first on four balls. Ex

o j citcment, ran high. Shore fanned and
j Hooper out on fly to centerfield. No

j runs, one hit, no errors.
! THIRD INNING
' Meyers but, pitcher to first, Mar-

NINTH INNING
Brooklyn: Daubert got a pass to
first, Stengel singled to right, Dau Daubert
bert Daubert going to second, t Wheat forced

Daubert at third, pitcher to third.

Mowry hit to sec

ond, Jarvin fumbled the ball and Sten

;uard struck out. Myers singfed torCutshaw waR h;t hv MTV

x i i T..i. : i i t I r

-vnw.xiieiu. iauDert went out on tne bases were full

tnird strike. No runs, one hit, no er-

Via. . I -vol r.r,A mnnt WUl. 1

lioston: -.jarvin -tanned, catcher on se(.on(1 nnf, Mnwrv nn fircf n1cn

dropped the ball but recovered and Lrnxro w riri, fi...

I th'e w thf .r"nne, J lker knocke4 it do;but couId not hold it.

In V ? ; -f001 Meyers was out on a foul fly to first.

ir.r, ;Ti nettIO,r ;?ree Meride. who is now batting for Pfef-

Qouoiea to leit neia, scormg fe- was :vpn t,;, h. n Kal1

iroblitzel. Lewis out at second, iT1 Cnt&hw nf.rr.se, it-w.

. x. . a t.-. I : ".v

to snorv. une run, iwo mra, other run. Mays now pitching and

Thomas catching for Boston. Meyers

;no errors.

FOURTH INNING

V.

hit one over the pitcher's head for a

single. Mowry scorinsr. Bases still

Brooklyn: Stengel singled to left full. Daubert out. short to first. Four

neld. Wheat hit the first ball Ditched

CO the ric-ht field fence for a tnnle.

' scoring Stengel. Cutshaw out, sacri- Box Score:

fico fly to right and Wheat thrown Brooklyn

. oiit at the plate. Mowry out second J Coston

Ro first. One run, two hits, no errors.
1 Boston: Gardner fanned by Mar Mar-(q"ard.
(q"ard. Mar-(q"ard. Scott was out on a fly to left
-ell. Cady went to first on four bad
ones, but Shore was out on a foul to
atcher. No runs, no hits, no errors.

R H E
.0001000046103
.00 10 103 lx 6 81

and impeccable.

was denied."

The alternative writ

DUTCHER IS DEAD

Philanthropist Whose Invalidism Gave
Him National Fame
(Associated Press)
Fennville, Mich., Oct. 7. Florence
L. Dutcher, 52 years of age, an in invalid
valid invalid of national fame wa3 buried

here today. He was a wealthy phil philanthropist,
anthropist, philanthropist, blind, paralyzed ;and un unable
able unable to open his mouth. One of his
teeth had been broken out to admit
nourishment.

death, we tender our heartfelt thanks

and assurance that your kindness and

devotion to our dear departed one is

a lasting memory and 'solace to each
of us, in a loss that is hard to bear.

Most sincerely,
Wm. D. Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. John H. Taylor. -Mr.
and Mrs. James Taylor.
Margaret and Mamie Taylor.
Mr. and Mrs. George MacKay.

ATLANTA WOMAN WON ,.

front.

RUMANIANS REPULSED
Turning on the advancing Ruman Rumanians,
ians, Rumanians, the Austro-German troops, in
Transylvania, defeated the invaders
decisively along a fifty mile front.
According to Berlin, the Rumanians

are retreating north of Fogaras and
at: the juncture of the Hamered and

Alt rivers, near. Reps. Bucharest ad

from Roumania against Bulgaria
than for operations in the opposite

direction, especially if the Bulgarians
fulfilled their agreement, made in the
treaty of Bucharest of three years

ago, to dismantle and raze the forti

hcations of : Rustchuk, Shumla and
Baltchik. So true is this observation,

that the ancient Romans in the davs

of Trajan had decided to close this vegetaBles, $75.

OTMr ITITTOOlAn h .n.VlTTatT ttr vnnna I XO tne CanT.lT.f'

but send in a record. No matter how

small the yield, we want a well kept
record. -We hope you have made a

profit. '

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

club girls who send

GOLF CHAMPIONSHIPS Te withtow wal!s to Pct the Roman empire tie Second best exhibit oi canned

(Associated Press)

before superior forces in the region
of Fogaras. The Austro-Germans in

Boston, Oct. 7. Alexa Stirling, of this5 section were led hv vn

Atlanta, won the woman's' national Falkenhayn. .

1 J T m f m m I ..

goix cnampionsnip today, deteatmg ln the- Dobrudja heavy

Mildred Caverly two and one.

SIX BALLOONS

HAD A GOOD START I

fighting

continues with Bucharest recording
advances for the Rumanians and Rus Russians
sians Russians on the center and. left of the
line. ...

Race Began at Muskogee to Establish

a New Record

SOLD SIX CARS

(Associated Press)
Muskogee, Okla, Oct. 7. Good
weather today favored the start of six

balloons in the international race in & second-MaxwelL

an enort to DreaK tne long distance
record..

The Ocala Maxwell agency, R. R,
Carroll owner, sold and delivered six
Maxwell cars for the week ending to today,
day, today, Saturday. The cars were sold to:

Jake Brown,' city, who purchased

against the barbarians.

The position- and fortunes of the

army of Prussians, Bulgarians and

Turks under Field Marshal von Mac

Kenzen,"' ostensibly dealing an offen

sive blow for the destruction of Rou

mania, and in reality endeavoring to

stay the invasion of the army of Rus

sians, Koumanians and Serbians, are

therefore of intense concern to all ob-

servers in the Teutontic countries, and

it is realized that on them may hang

the early decision of the war. One

fruits, preserves, jellies, vinegars and
canned vegetables, $25.

To the county sending the best ex

hibit from not less than ten girls, $100.

To the county sending the second

best exhibit from not less than ten

girls, $25. V

Some girl will get that $75, and it

is only the girls who try, who ever

win. iNow is the time to prepare for

this exhibit. We can safely promise

to sell all of your products at a reas

onable price, if they are of excellent

point of great importance is being I quality.

freely admitted, namely, that all hope You know Mrs. Okie Painter Will Will-of
of Will-of taking the Russian-Roumanian iams' offer of a gold watch to the first

forces in the Dobrudja by surprise is prize winner in 'each county. Mrs.
now gone and that operations hence-1 Williams has given fifty-one girls gold

CONGRESSMAN CLARK
, IS AT HOME

USEFUL INFORMATION

FIFTH INNING

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-

Grooklyn: Olson was thrown out byllish the following information for

j rd at first. Meyers- drove a long those desiring to communicate with

no to center field. Walker lost members of the Second Florida In-

in the sun and made a triple. Mar- fahtry. All mail should be addressed

Ii ard out second to first, Meyers held to --Co. Second Florida

third. Myers to bat but was out Infantry, Laredo, Texas. Regiment

a pop fly to short. No runs, one leaves today. Officers and men in good

t. M frrnril .health Anil Snfrifa V.vamrn-nn roniinot

Boston: Hooper doubled to center, led to send me magazines and papers.

J, Hooper taking third. Walker made. Reading matter will be much

i.led to left, scoring Hooper. Hob- appreciated. Respectfully,

1 out at first, unassisted, WTalker

ing second. Lewis hit to third but

lker was out at third, Mowry tag-

Lucien A. Spencer, -Chaplain
Second Florida Infantry.
Laredo, Texas.

(Gainesville Sun)
Congressman Frank Clark arrived
home yesterday from Washington and

was accompanied by Mrs. Clark. : Mr.

Clark has many warm personal

friends in the city who will be glad to
see him and learn from him his, views
of the national political situation. Mr.
Clark has been "making some speeches
for Mr. Wilson, and there are few men
better posted than he.
NOTICE
Pursuant the delay occasioned by
time required to secure the new char charter,
ter, charter, the adjourned meeting of ; the
stockholders of the Marion County
Fair Association will be held at the
board of trade rooms, Tuesday, Oc October
tober October 10th, at 2 p. m.
Please be prompt as Mr. Duval
must meet another engagement at 3
p. m.

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

Harry Peter, Dunnellon.
G. A. Camp, Oklawahav
Oscar Andrews, Ocala.
J. P. Hathcox, Martel.
Jose Giles, Ocala.
.Twelve new Maxwell touring cars

GOOD THINGS TO EAT

. WTalnut Meat, Pecan Meat, Shelled
Almonds, Fresn Cocoanuts, Canned

v. v..vl .u.u. u vU, oouiwu,, arnvea ior tne ucaia agency,

ix. x. atate iream ineese, rimento Six of them were unloaded this aft aft-Cheese,
Cheese, aft-Cheese, Swiss Cheese and Roquefort ernoon and the other six will be un un-Cheese,
Cheese, un-Cheese, New Cranberries, Salt ,White loaded next week.
Fish, Sail Mackerel, Genuine Codfish These cars' are the new, deep up up-Waffles,
Waffles, up-Waffles, Soft Shelled Walnuts, Pine- hclstered, longer spring and new type
apple ; Cheese, Philadelphia Cream windshield models, with a number of
Cheese, Finnan .Haddie in glass, other improvements, including gaso gaso-Smoked
Smoked gaso-Smoked Pork Sausage, Sausage in oil, lme gauges and dash r lights. The
Cold Boiled Ham, Chipped Dried Beef, price remains the same, $650 deliver-

fcrward must be conducted practical practically
ly practically in the open. This fact is not en

couraging to the Prussians, as their

! resources in men and material are be

lieved to be greatly inferior to those

opposing them.

MOVING PICTURE FEATURES

Minced Ham, German Salomi, Pan

cake Flour, Graham; and Whole Weat
Flour, Creamed Chicken a la King,
Beef Stew, Tuna Fish, Heinz Sauer
Kraut with Pork, Dill Pickles, Sour
Cucumber Pichles, Sweet Mixed

ed at Ocala.

ni vine : v

Irvine, Oct. 4. Dr. and Mrs. J. L.

Davis returned Saturday from a six

ickles, Japanese Rice Cakes, Sun-1 n &
c w- o.jTj Keeks visit in Hot Springs, Ark.

shine Sugar Wafers, Dates, Seeded

Miss Mamie Fant is home again.

Instead of Marie Doro in "The
Lash," as announced, Blanch Sweet

and Theodore Roberts will be seen
here this afternoon and 'tonight in

"The Storm, another Lasky feature.

Miss Sweet appears as a half wild,

fun-lbving daughter of a retired pro pro-f
f pro-f essor who is so submerged in", his
studies that he permits his daughter
to run at will in the Maine summer

resort where, they live. 1

Billie Burke will be seen in Ocala
for the first time Monday, when she
appears as the star in the Triangle j

watches. No girl who wins one Is
eligible for a watch' the second year.

No girl i3 eligible for the state prize

of $100, who has an irrigation plant

on her plot. This college i3 going to

present certificates to those girl3 who
have been club members of good sand sanding
ing sanding for four years. There are not

many to receive these certificates thi3

year, but we hope many of you who
are club members will continue in the

work long enough to receive certifl-

cates. ..-

We are happy that more Florida

! girls are joining every year, and that
you are working hard to save the sur surplus
plus surplus fruit3 and vegetables, to study
home making, and to become helpful

daughters. Yours with best wishes,

Agnes Ellen Harriss,

State Home Demonstration Agent.

NOTICE

Raisins, Preserved Skinless Figs, and lhliyhig spent scvcral weeks with ?ay ture, -Peggy The pic-

friends and relatives in Ocala, Fant-

a hundred and one other items too

numerous to mention will be found .at Ule, Blitchton and Morriston.

me j. jx. xeapot urocery. vau and
see us.v 2t

Mrs. Sue Mclver is the guest of Dr.

Davis and family.

Mr. and Mrs. Dug Fant and chil

dren of Flemington visited Irvine

EASTERN STARS

Regular meeting of Ocala Chapter! Sunday.

No. 29, O. E. S., will be. Monday, Oct.1 The Irvine school i3 progressing
9th, 7:30 p. m., instead of Thursday jnicely under the management of Miss

on account of the Masonic school of j Jane Thorpe of Thomasville, Ga.

instruction. After the meeting a re reception
ception reception will be held, having as honor

guests Messrs. James Conneli, Walter
Scott and Marcus Endell, the instruc instructors
tors instructors of tho Masonic school. :

Flower seeds and bulbs of all kind3

at the Ocala Seed Store.

We do not charge you credit prices,
for we sell for cash only. Brine your

For delicious hot biscuits use Juba I pocket or check book. Little's Shoe

Self-Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6t Parlor. 27-tf

ture was produced under the personal

direction of Thomas II. Ince, who pro produced
duced produced "Civilization' how running in
New York. The incidental music is
by Victor Schertzinger. The -story
has to do with Peggy Cameron, a
lively member of New York's ex exclusive
clusive exclusive set, and her escapades in
Woodkirk, in the Scottish highlands.
Fairies play an important part in the
story. : --
FOR A 3IUDDY COMPLEXION

Blalock Brothers, 107 Oklawaha

avenue,, have established a curb gaso

line filling station. Open from G a. m.

to 9:30 p. m. 6-lm

Tak6 Chamberlain's Tablets and
adopt a diet of vegetables and cereals.
Take outdoor exercise daily and your
complexion will be greatly improved
within a few months. Try it. Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere.

We have a new perfume, Bouquet

Dozira, a fine lasting extract, $2 per

ounce, uengs. ti

The largest line or millinery ever
displayed in Ocala i3 now to be seen
at Affleck, Millinery Parlor, Ocala
House block. tf

For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self-Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6t
1 Everything is of the very latest at
the Affleck Millinery Parlor, Ocala
House block. tf



TWO

OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1915

OGALA. EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY PAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGEB CARROLL, PROPRIETORS.
II. R. Carroll. Geerl Mcer Port V. Leve.ood, Bu.l-e.. Maer
.... J. H. BeaJamLa, Editor
Entered at Ocala. Fla.. poet of flee as second class matter.
proxb si

BUB SCRIP
(Domestic)
One year. In advance. 15.00
6lx months. In advance
Three months, in adTance ...... 1-
One month. In advance 6
RISES TO DEFEND ITS RATES
The Star has received the follow following
ing following from the Jacksonville Chamber of
Commerce: -'
Editor Star: In a recent issue of
your valuable paper, we note the fol following:
lowing: following:
"A business man of Ocala gave us
an interesting piece of information the
other day. He ordered some goods
from New York via the Clyde Line
and Jacksonville. By mistake they
were consigned to the Mallory line and
came by Tampa. They arrived a lit little
tle little bit late, but when they came he
was surprised to find that his freight
was 31 cents per hundred pounds less
than if they had come through Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Ocala, by the way, has al always
ways always been considered as in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville territory, but if anything like
that difference exists on other freight,
it might be advantageous to move
Tampa's line to the north of this
city'
If the gentleman referred to receiv received
ed received a shipment from New York via
Tampa at a less rate than he would
have paid if .it came by way of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, he has been undercharged.
For your information, we give the
following:
To Ocala via Mallory and Tampa:
Classes 1 2 3 4 5 6
1.57 1,38 1.15 .96 .80 .70
Via Clyde-Jax 1.291.15 .97 .74 .61,50
Difference .28 .23 .18 .22 ,19 .20
In addition, all the commodity
rates are less via Jacksonville than
via Tampa. Ocala merchants who
have their commodies shipped via
Jacksonville find that from the north northern
ern northern ports there is an average of more
than one boat to Jacksonville per day
with a three-day service and then
through fast freight to Ocala. Parties
shipping by way of Tampa would find
that there is one boat per week with
a six-day sailing time and no fast
freight service.
We are not giving you these figures
in any spirit of criticism of Tampa
for we all agree that she xs a wonder wonderful
ful wonderful city and has a wonderful future,
but we cannot have an incorrect state statement
ment statement such as this left unchallenged,
and are sure that you will gladly give
this correction the same publicity that
you gave this item, v
Appreciating your courtesy in this
matter, we are, Yours very truly,
Jacksonville Chamber of Commerce,
George E. Leonard, Secretary.
AMERICA STANDS FOR
TnE HIGHEST IDEALS
In his speech at Omaha Thursday
night President Wilson took up the
relation of this country to the rest of
the world because of the war. In his
late afternoon talk before the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Club he discussed the rela relations
tions relations of the government of this coun country
try country to the business interests, pointing
out the old cry of "Stop" to the bus business
iness business interests has been replaced by
instructions to go ahead under sane
regulation.
"It is very important that other na nations
tions nations should understand America,"
said he at the night talk "We have
held off from the conflagration in Eu Europe
rope Europe because we wanted to play a
different part. The causes of the Eu European
ropean European war are not plainly known,
but Europe should know us. We are
holding off because when we use the
force of this nation we want to know
what we are using it for. There is as
rnucH fight in America as in any na nation
tion nation in the world. We want always
to -old the force of America to fight
for the rights of mankind, not for the
rights of property. But in fighting
for these things we must have abso
lute allegiance to America." We must
be truly American. The rights of hu
manity are the essence of freedom."
IS THIS CLOSE ENOUGH?
While you' are considering setting
the clocks an hour ahead, in order to
gain that much daylight, you might
consider the example of Germany. The
Germans tried the plan a year and
then resumed the regular time. If the
plan would have worked well, it is ex exceedingly
ceedingly exceedingly likely they would have
stuck to it. The Star thinks people
in this country will find it pays them
best to observe standard time, and if
they want more daylight to secure it
by the simple method of rising sooner.
Ocala Star.
. But why use Germany as a crite criterion.
rion. criterion. Ask the citizens of Detroit or
Cleveland what they think of their
new time schedule.- Clearwater Sun.
The best answer to this is the fol following
lowing following from the Times-Union: "Eng "England
land "England and Germany both turned their
clocks forward an hour and then turn turned
ed turned then back again, but there are still
people in this country who think they
can fool the sun." ""
x'allahassee Elks will journey -to
Gainesville, to initiate a large class
into the B. P. O. E. lodge in the Uni University
versity University City next Thursday night. The
trip will be made m autos.
A special from Washington to the
Jacksonville Metropolis says: "The
federal farm loan board informs Sen Senator
ator Senator Fletcher it probably will be at
Jacksonville on October 20 to conduct
u hearing in which the whole state of
Florida will be interested,-'-: It "will be

TlOJf RATES
(Foreign)

One year. In advance..
Kl-r rrmrtth. in advance
.JS.00
4.25
2.25
.10
Three months. In advance
One month. In advance. .
in reference to the location of a farm
loan bank. No other hearing will be
conducted in Florida. Any cities of
Florida desiring the bank will be re
quested to send delegates to Jackson Jacksonville."
ville." Jacksonville." HOW THE SOLDIERS
FARED ON THEIR JOURNEY
- The ', following from the Tampa
Times will be interesting to all who
have friends in the Second Florida
Regiment:
On Train Between New Orleans and
Mexican Border (somewhere in
Taxas), Oct. 4.- Speeding in four sec sections,
tions, sections, the Second Florida Infantry is
every momentnearing the ; Mexican
border at Laredo, after spending
three months in training at Black
Point, Florida. About the time most
of the members of the Florida con contingent
tingent contingent had decided that a trip to
Mexico was but a mythical journey
Colonel Albert II. Blanding received
orders from the war department to
proceed. ; Immediately upon receipt
of the orders, the camp became a ver veritable
itable veritable beehive of activity, and several
hours before the trains were ready
Florida's soldiers were ready, to a
man.
Some delay was experienced getting
away from Black Point, and the ride
from Jacksonville to Montgomery was
not a record breaker for speed, but
after leaving' Montgomery for New
Orleans fast time was made, and the
stay of forty-five minutes in the. Cres Crescent
cent Crescent City was far too short to suit the
majority of the men who would have
been glad to look the city over.
When Montgomery was reached
Tuesday night about 6:30, the officers
and men of the Second Battalion dis disembarked
embarked disembarked from their Pullmans and en
joyed a battalion parade on the streets
of the capital for thirty minutes, lim limbering
bering limbering the men up after having been
on the train for twenty-four hours.
Generous applause gree'ted the troops
from South Florida,' and J numerous
complimentary remarks were heard
on every side as the soldiers marched
by, such as "Fine work, boys," and
"Hurrah for Florida," all of ; which
made the officers and men alike feel
that their three months of hard drill
ing had some redeeming features
after all.
The red clay hills of Georgia and
Alabama proved quite a sight to some
of the soldiers who had never) seen
them before, but the most interesting
sight so far is the wonderful delta
lands of Louisiana, with their thou
sands of acres of cane. Mile after
mile passed with nothing on each side
of the train but' the waving tops of
cane with now and then the stacks of
an immense cane mill protruding
above the tops.
Ample provisions were stored in the
baggage car that is attached to the
two Pullman cars "assigned to each
company, and while it is a little in
convenient eating at meal times, espe
cially when the train happens to be
going at a high rate of speed, so far
none of the men have complained of
not getting enough to eat.
Friday was the saddest day Ocala
has seen in many years, and all sin sincerely
cerely sincerely wish that another like ilf will
never be known in our little city.
Tuesday the Reporter-Star printed
an editorial from the Ocala Star on
"Intolerance," and yesterday we had
one from the Ocala Banner on "What
Is It to be a Democrat"? Both treated
of questions growing put of the gov governorship
ernorship governorship mixup, and both were con
vincing arguments against Catts and
bis false issue. Ocala is to be con
gratulated on having ; such able and
outspoken editors. We venture that
the Catts vote will be negligible in
Marion as a result of the strong and
consistent work of these writers
Orlando Reporter-Star.
. Well, we don't know. Every Catts
man we meet declares we are making
votes for Catts,
A man who allows his religious pre prejudice
judice prejudice to control his politics has either
very little religion or very little sense.
-Tampa Tribune.
One of the truest things you ever
said. But why take this shot at your
own candidate? Ocala Star.
We were aiming at some one else.
Tampa .Tribune.
No matter who you aimed at, you
hit Rev. Catts in the bullseye.
Not much news comes out of Egypt
these days, but there is enough to
convince the world that England, sit sitting
ting sitting on the lid, has not an altogether
soft seat ,
The republican candidates will ad address
dress address the people of Ocala from the
bandstand in the public square Mon Monday
day Monday evening, and we hope they will
have a large audience.
There is one thing certain and that
is that the Bulgars and Rumanians
are the most talented liars engaged in
the great war.
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Sslf-Itisirg Flour. At all grocers. 6t

1 11
-By
EDWIN BALMER
Copyright. 1316. by (he Chicago
Tribune
(Continued from Yesterday)
CHAPTER "XVI I.
' Millions In Flight
HE knew it! That's why she
Jumped. She was In on it,"
Jim gasped to himself over
and over as he ran. "She
knew it was coming."
He stumbled over something "and fell
forward very hard. When he got up
he noticed a long shadow before him
from ; some light behind, lie looked
about and saw the headlight of an another
other another train coming from the west
undoubtedly another troop train from
Chicago. Jim scrambled up on the
grade and ran up the track toward the
headlight, waving his arms. The train
slowed and stopped. He screamed his
warning to the engineer. The train
crew, and ; armed men Jim saw the
.crossed sabers of Mart's cavalry regi
mentcrowded about 1dm. Jim told
them what had happened, and tthe
armed men ran down the track abead
of the engine, which now slowly pro proceeded.
ceeded. proceeded. Jim refused their invitation
to go aboard the train. He stepped to
the side of the track nnd waited till it
was gone. .
It was all dark again about him, but
he was near the spot where, Marion
Marlatt had leaped from the car step
and he had seen something huddled in
a' heap on the soft ground a little
away from the track. He went to the
heap and knelt beside it. That was she.
He sat down and pulled her over into
his lap.
She was slight and little and very
limn, now as he held her. Was she
dead? Her cheek lay quite cold against
his neck; ne pulled off her clumsy
gloves, and her hands were cold and
limp. How soon after death did one
stiffen? Jim did not know, ne had
never touched ; a dead person, except
Ingouf, the minute after he was killed
There was no pulse in ; Marion Mar-
latt's wrist; there seemed to. be no
breath between her lips. Jim unbut
toned the blouse -jacket and felt for a
throb over her heart There was
warmth there, at least yes, and life.
He tried to rise, holding her, and
could notT He laid her down, got to
his feet and picked her up. There was
a house a couple of hundred yards
away. The windows had blazed into
light since the wreck. Jim staggered
toward the house, carrying Marion. ; He
laid her down twice to rest himself.
Then he 'gained the house. The door
stood open and a lamp was burning
within, but no One was about .Every
one had run down to the wreck. There
were three bedrooms on the first floor
of the house. Two had been occupied,
the bedding used. The third room was
a spare room with clean linen on the
bed. Jim bore Marion Marlatt to this-
bed and laid her down. He took off
her little boots and her puttees. ; He
loosened her blouse further and was
looking about for water ; or brandy
when he heard some one ranning. A
woman, breathless and excited, entered
and saw him.
"They sent me back!" she explained
to Jim her return to her own house.
"They sent me back to get the beds
ready and make bandages. There are
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needle.. Could not sleep soundwould
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truth that Dr. Pierce's Goldea Medical
Discovery was what put meon my feet.'
I have never stopped praising it to others.
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hundreds dying, they say. Oh. it's
awful r

-Have you brandy ? Jim asked.
The woman found II. and he led ber
to the spare room.
"A girir the woman cried. "Oh, the
lovely, sweet thing! Oh. sir, is she
yours?" ;.-
Jim shook his head. "No. I just-
found her beside the track."
The woman touched Marlon Mar-
latt's cheek with awe. The lovely
thing! Oh. the sweet lovely little
lady!"
"She's only fainted, I think. Ill leave
her with you now," Jim said, and went
unsteadily out of the house.
The wreck was burning, or the res-.
euers had lit a great bonfire near it to
give light for the work. Jim turned to toward
ward toward the glare, and found a road
which led to the fire. It was the
Th Engine and the Cars Plunged
Headlong Into the River.
wreck which was burning. There had
been a bridge over a stream which how
was almost dry. The first span of the
bridge had been blown up, and engine
and ; cars j plunged headlong into the
bed of the river. '
It was a bad wreck indeed. Thejnen
of Jim's battalion" who had escaped
serious injury and the cavalrymen from
the following train were pulling form
after form out of the ruins of the cars.
They put out the flames now with
water from the stream. At last a long
line of bodies lay on the river bank.
Another row of the desperately injured
lay awaiting removal. The country
road was full of farmers' carts and
men with improvised stretchers bear bearing
ing bearing moaning and delirious men to the
nearest shelters." Jim found himself
sick and shaky as he set himself to
help.
This dynamiting a bridge in front of
a troop tram was, of course, simply an
act of war. This was only the carrying
out of one of the many "score of such
plans as he had read in the secret or orders
ders orders to the regent's agents in the
house of the spies those orders which
Marion Marlatt had been helping to
prepare. But the horror, the barbarity
of those orders had not been able to
reach him in full till now. This these
rows of dead, those lines of dying and
mangled men, destroyed not in fair bat bat-tie,
tie, bat-tie, but by 6tealth or treachery while
they were asleep this was what one of
those orders meant t :
Could Marion Marlatt have realized
It Jim challenged himself almost con continually
tinually continually as he worked. Could she
that lovely little woman whom he had
left on that white bed could she have
had any part at all In this? She had
lain like a child in his arms. tAnd now
she flared at him and brought the blood
hot to his cheeks when she denied that
she was a spy I : Oh, was it possible
that she knew nothing of this? Might
it be that his accusation of her had
driven her to leap from the train that
moment when he turned, away; and
that she had no knowledge that the
bridge there was about to be destroyed?
Jim was steadier and stronger while
he was convincing himself of that
; Now everything had been done which
might be done for' the Injured. Jim
turned away from the wreck and wan wandered
dered wandered back toward the house where he
had left Marion Marlatt He went in
through the open door. The house had
become a tiny hospital, and in the spare
room where Marlon Marlatt had been
a recruit now lay with a country doe doe-tor
tor doe-tor working over him.
"Where ; is she the girl I brought
here?" Jim demanded of the woman.
"Oh, we brought her about right
quick!" the woman boasted. "She
wasn't hurt much the lovely little
lady. She was only a bit faint and
dizzy."
"Where did she go?"
The woman didn't know. She sup supposed
posed supposed the girl went down toward the
wreck. Anyway, she went out by her herself
self herself and quite all right the woman
thought though In queer clothes.
The notes of a bugle can echoed over
the field. Jim did not recognize the
call, but Its meaning was obvious. The
scattered infantrymen and cavalrymen
were being recalled. Jim returned to
the track. Two more trains from the
west had come up and stoprod behind
the troop train which had brought the
cavalry. The headlight of a west westbound
bound westbound train glared at the wreck from
the other side of the river. Other trains
stood in a long line behind it Some of
the passengers from those trains from
the east crossed the river and mingled
with the soldiers. These passengers
were refugees, too, of the sort which
Jim bad seen In the station at Chicago
Jim heard first from one of these refu
gees a woman that soldiers under the
direction of officers were stripping cer
tain of the dead so that live soldiers
could wear their uniforms.
An hour after sunrise -the train at
last got away. By noon, running
lirough Ohio, it began to pass trains
fall of refugees who had fied from the
eoast after it was known that the
American fleet was destroyed. Com
pany F ate once during the day. It was
at Cleveland, about 3 o'clock in the
afternoon. The train stopped there to
change engines. There were no ar arrangements
rangements arrangements made to supply the sol soldiers.
diers. soldiers. The company officers learned
that the train would stay there for at
least half an hour, and every one Was
told to go out and forage for himself.
'
Jim gazed out the open window at
hi4 elbow. A wide river with hi;h

. t

on AT, A,
FLORIDA
Danks lay Derore mm tue Hudson a
few miles below rough keepsie. A large
passenger steamer of the sort which
ply between New York and Albany
was midstream, steaming north. Its
decks were crowded with people far
beyond any legal limit Indeed, it was
evident even from the traln.! that no
more people possibly could be packed
aboard. A brown freight steamer an
ocean tramp, whose pilot plainly waj
following the deepest channel as shown
by the course of the Albany boat was
close behind. It carried no cargo.. It
was high out of the water, but its
decks were janatned with passengers,
and beads protruded from the open
port i v -. V,---
Other light seagoing craft and har harbor
bor harbor boats now appeared. There was a
tug, 'belching smoke, towing a string
of lighters and scows. "People packed
the tug's narrow deck, and the tow tow-boats
boats tow-boats were black and speckled with
their human freight Motor launches
speeded swiftly up the river in the
shallower waters near the graceful pri private
vate private yachts which rushed past the
scows. The yachts were private no
longer. The only space which was un
occupied was upon the crafts which
were scurrying, downstream. Their
decks were absolutely deserted. The
fugitives no longer could be numbered
by the thousands. They were count countless.
less. countless. :(.-'- i-'.
"now long have we been passing
that sort of thing?" Jim appealed in
amazement to Kllbane.
''Since we've been beside the river,"
the Irishman returned "I woke be be-yant
yant be-yant Albany." V
Thousands! There must be millions
in flight Across the river, below the
high banks, the 'trams on the West
Shore railroad were in plain sight One
long line of cars followed another,
freight trains filling the gaps between
passenger trains. 1
"They're hauling population be
freight over, there the. same as here,"
Kilbane observed.
-Jim gazed out the windows on the
other side of his car. A freight train
was passing. x Every car was crowded
with people. The traffic on the two
ncrth bound tracks of the New York
Central was almost' continuous. Empty
trains were returning to the great city
on the other south bound track.
They're shelling New York, ye've
heard," Kllbane explained. :
'Tfow?' Jim asked.
; 'Tart by airshlp--dhropping bombs,
ye know. Tart from the sea."
"From the sea? The Sandy Hook
forts have fallen?"
"The ships that're doing the business
are off beyant range from Sandy Hook.
I heard they're over be Rockaway
beach tossing th big burstln boys
over fihrooklyn a matther of fifteen
or eighteen miles, they, say."
i Soon the train wjis, rushing e beside
the narlem river. It crossed into Man Manhattan,
hattan, Manhattan, and above the noise of the cars
there rose distinctly at persistent regu regular
lar regular intervals of seconds the sound of
shells bursting In the city.
Fort nancock. far out at the point
of Sandy Hook, was replying, every
one knew. Perhaps Fort Wadsworth
on Saten Island and Fort Hamilton on
the other side of the Narrows were
firing then guns. But the sound of the
American guns came only as a low, dis distant
tant distant rumble. The noise now and now
and now was the detonation of great,
high explosive shells striking only a
mile or so farther south.
Suddenly the train stopped. It had
not reached the station. It was still
up above One Hundred and Tenth
street But something was the mat matterperhaps
terperhaps matterperhaps only traffic congestion congestion-farther
farther congestion-farther "on. The order came' for the
men' to leave the train. The sound
of the shells rose to monstrous, thun thunderous
derous thunderous thudding. Jim took out hi3
watch and timed the intervals between
the eruptions. They came every six
seconds, ten every minute as regular
as the ticking of his watch.
"Beys, we can't try to form much
here by the tracks," the company offi officers
cers officers were calling. "Madison avenue is
the next street west Every one get
over there as-quick as you can and
bring all equipment please! Bally at
company flags. Well form over there
and call the roll
"(Continued Monday)
Use Juba Self -Rising Flour for de delicious
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1916

THREE
who is enthusiastic fisherman, ex expects
pects expects to visit some of the noted angl angling
ing angling places in the vicinity of Murdock.
1 H D I u'd V R y rfiT?

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Absolutely Para
No Alum No Phosphate

Crucial Test.

Jlave you made any notes of the
?ch you Intend to deliver?" "No,"

ilea Senator Sorghum. "I am go

to speak extemporaneously. When
epare a speech In advance I'm 11a 11a-to
to 11a-to read It over a few timea and

eches, I lose my nerve."

That Little Word "If."
Husband (testily) "Oh, If if If X
You remind me of what the fellow who
got lost in the woods said to his com companion."
panion." companion." Wife 'tWell, what did he
say?" Husband "He said: 'Now, If
we had some ham we'd have some ham
and eggs, if we had some eggs."'
Boston Transcript.

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WHEN YOU DO NOT KNOW WHAT TO GIVE YOUR WIFE
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GOME IN AND SEE WHAT WE HAVE IN OUR JEWELRY STORE
iVE CAN HELP YOU TO SOLVE THE GIFT PROBLEM QUICK QUICKLY
LY QUICKLY AND INEXPENSIVELY AS OUR HIGH QUALITY JEWELRY
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slruction of Marion county for the benefit of outside pupils who wish a

Thi3 is a safe, comfortable and respectable HOME with good fare

and desirable surroundings at $3.50 per week for pupils.
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Marion Teachers 3Ieeting
The first meeting for the winter of
the Marion County Teachers' Associa Association
tion Association was held in the study hall of the
Ocala High school at 10 o'clock this
morning.
There were some forty or : fifty
teachers present representing nearly
all parts of the county. Miss Nellie
C. Stevens, principal of the Ocala
Primary school, presided and Miss
Minnie Lee Carlisle, acted as record recording
ing recording secretary, s
The first number was the singing of
America. Dr. Herndon then led in an
earnest prayer for the work of the
teachers in moulding the children of
the future. Mrs. Allie Van- Davis,
teacher of expression of the Ocala
High- school, gave a clipping from
Van Dykes, "The Other Wise Man."
Mrs. Davis made a fine impression, her
rich voice and faultless enunciation
giving added pathos and beauty to
her beautiful selection.;
The election of officers for the en ensuing
suing ensuing year resulted as follows : v
President Prof. E. H. Miller, prin principal
cipal principal of Griner Farm .school.
Vice President Miss Abernathy,

Ocala.

2nd Vice President Prof. s Feagle,
principal of Citra school.
Secretary and Treasurer Mrs.
Wesson, Ocala.
. Following the business session the
program as printed in the county pa papers
pers papers was carried out, with the addi

tion of a splendid speech on "The Ideal

School," by Prof. R. L. Turner, of In

verness, one of the two state inspec

tors of rural schools.
. Prof. Turner has recently visited
eleven schools in Marion' county and
stated that he was delighted with the
conditions existing in the rural schopls

of this county, many of them having

100 per cent, attendance, painstaking,

competent teachers and many good

school buildings and fair school equip

ment. Among the many helpful

things urged by Mr. Turner was the

organization in every, school of "Parent-Teacher's
; Societies", in order

that there may be a better understand understanding
ing understanding of the child by these two guardi

ans of child-life.

He paid glowing tribute to' the
state board of health for what it is

doing for improved sanitation in the

schools of Florida. He suggested also
in every neighborhood that the
school house be the social and civic
center and a neighborhood "book
shower" to provide a library, however
small of good books and standard
magazines. These are only a few of
the many valuable suggestions made

by Mr. Turner to the county teachers

and is clearly the "right man in the
right place.".
. Rev. J. R. Herndon, of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church spoke briefly of his in interest
terest interest in the education of the head,

heart and hand. He stated three nec

essary things in a teacher; 1st, know
thyself. Know your capabilities and
your limitations. 2nd; a knowledge of
your pupil as an 1 individual. 3rd;
book knowledge withiut confining
yourself to the book. Strive always
for the broader vision of literature
science, poetry and music as applied
to life.
The next discussion was on the the
school exhibit at the Marion : County
Fair by Mr. Brinson, superintendent
of the public schools of Marion coun county,
ty, county, who urged ev,ery teacher to be begin
gin begin at once preparing and arranging
an exhibit to be ready for the edu educational
cational educational exhibit. Not a fancy, nor
necessarily a showy exhibit, but the
best sample of the everyday work be being
ing being done in our county schools.
The next session of the Association Association-will
will Association-will be held at Sparr, on November
11th. .
Following this helpful and inspir inspiring
ing inspiring meeting, a delicious light lunch luncheon
eon luncheon was served in the domestic

science room furnished by. the teach

er s of the Ocala schools and served

under the direction of Miss Cooper,

teacher of domestic science. This
courtesy was greatly en joyed and ap

preciated by the members of the as

sociation.
,"
Miss Virginia Sistrunk returned

this afternoon from a several months'
sojourn with friends in Galbraith

Springs, Greenville, and Knoxville,
Tenn.
."

Miss Mary Betty left yesterday aft

ernoon for her home in Montgomery,
Ala. We have never known any young
lady from another city to win more
friends in the same time as Miss
Betty has, and we sincerely join in
the hope that she may ere long visit

us again.

Miss Harwell, the trained nurses so
well and favorably known here, and
now making her home in Gainesville,
was in town today, on her way back
to Gainesville from Wildwood, where

she has been caring for a patient for

the past few weeks.
9
Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Spurlin of Lake
Weir were in the city last evening,
guests of Mrs. Minnie Bostick.

Mr. J. A. Sewell, after a pleasant
visit of several days with his daugh

ter, Mrs. J. P. Galloway, left today
for his home in Brooksville.
Mr. and Mrs. G: T. Maughs leave
Monday for a two weeks visit to Mr.
and Mrs. Arthur Williams, at Mur Mur-dock
dock Mur-dock in DeSoto county. During his
stay in South Florida, Mr. Maughs,

Miss Bobbie Baldwin of Mcintosh
is the guest of Miss Birdie Reed
Palatka News.

Mr. and Mrs. Wm. M. Barrett and
baby of Ocala spent the fore part of
the week in Palatka with friends.
Palatka News.
Miss Edna Nelson of Tampa, for formerly
merly formerly of Ocala, who has been the
guest of friends in Hot Springs, Ark,
since July, left the latter city Monday
in company with her hostess, Miss
Frances Smith, for Denver, Colo. In
all probability Miss Nelson will be in
the west several months.
"
The senior" sewing circle of the
Methodist church will meet Monday
afternoon at 3 o'clock with Mrs. P. G.
Barnett, 603 Tuscawilla street.
Mr. B. B. Barco returned to his
home in Clearwater last night after a
short stay the guest of his sisters,
Mrs. Walter Hood and Mrs. Turner.
Mr. and Mrsi Osco Zewadski left
yesterday afternoon for their home in

Tampa.

-;..- ::' m ;
Mr. George MacKay Jr., arrived

this afternoon from Boston for a visit
of ajfew days to his parents.

General and Mrs. Alfred Ayer

and Miss Edna have returned -from
their country home near Flemington,

and are again at their residence out
on East Jefferson street.

: ''
Mr. Marcus Frank .will leave Sun

day or Monday for New York. Mrs.

Frank and the children will remain

for some months, however; probably
until spring. Not only business but

social circles will greatly miss Mr.
Frank, who has made thousands of

friends and lost very few, since he
came to Ocala a mere boy some fifteen

years ago.

Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford are ex expecting
pecting expecting .a visit from their, son, Mr.
Robert Allen Burford, and his family,

who will probably arrive in Ocala from

Boston about the 14th.

. '... ..---
Dr. James Chace, after a brief but

pleasant visit to his son, Dr. J. E.

Chace, and family, in this city, return

ed today to his home in Jacksonville.

Miss Nora Strickland of Citra, who

was operated on for appendicitis at

the l hospital, is doing well. Her
father, .Mr. James Strickland, came in

to see her yesterday.

'
' Mrs. L H. Hall will arrive in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville this evening from Ocala, and

will be the guest of friends for sev

eral days, en route to New, York city,

where she will spend the coming
month. Times-Union.

FUNERAL OF MRS. TAYLOR

The funeral of Mr?. W. 1). Taylor,

held yesterday afternoon from the

home of her parents, Mr., and Mrs.
George MacKay, ; was attended by

hundreds of sorrowing friends and

relatives. Mrs. Taylor was one of

the most loved young women in this

city, and her sudden death made a

very deep impression, and has been
felt keenly.

The masses of beautiful flowers
which filled the parlor of the MacKay
borne," in which the' funeral services

were held, were commented on by the

ministers in their eulogies of the
young life called away. Rev. J. R.
Herndon, pastor of the Presbyterian
church, of which Mrs. Taylor was
such a devoted member, conducted the
servicesx A beautiful tribute was paid
the deceased by Rev, Herndon, and by
Dr. W. II. Dodge of Jacksonville, for former
mer former pastor of the Presbyterian church
here; the latter also offering a prayer.
Other ministers, present were Rev. J.
M. Gross,' pastor of the Methodist
church, Rev. James G. Glass,; pastor
of Grace Episcopal church, and Rev.
Bunyan Stephens, pastor of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church. The Presbyterian choir,
of which Mrs. Taylor had been a mem member,
ber, member, sang two hymns, "Abide With

Me" and "Safe In the Arms of Jesus."

In his tribute Rev. Herndon said:
"Hers was a glad and happy life The
graces of her character were maney.

She shone in every station in which
life found her. To her life seemed to
open into long vistas of service and

enjoyment. But it was not the will of

her Father in- heaven that she should

longer sojourn here with us, and so

He has made heaven more attractive
io us by adding her beauty to the un unseen
seen unseen side of things."
"She was affectionate in her nature

but not sentimental, candid but not
bold, mirthful but not frivolous, and

pious without sanctimony. In her home

life she was the companion and chum
of her mother, the comrade of her
father, brothers and sister, the genial
and loving partner of her husband in

all the joys, pleasures and duties of

married life. Her taking away is a
grievous loss to these loved ones in
the home,, and the whole community
mourns her untimely death."
At Greenwood cemetery, where the
interment took place, Rev. Herndon
pronounced the words committing the
body to the grave and Rev. James G.
Glass pronounced the benediction.
Many Have Same Thought.
' "When you think you could do what
another feller's doln' a heap better'n
what he's doin it," said Uncle Eben,
"remember dot' a lot of other fellers
is thinklnr de same thing about' what
you's doinV

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D elicicD'us RefresKitv

OCALA COCA-COLA BOTTLING WORKS

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TpHE 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
more business.
W e 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

Member Federal
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ANNOUNCEMENT

. Mrs. T. J. Morrison wishes to an

nounce that her millinery parlor next
to the Counts Grocery Co. is again
open. At present it is in charge of

Mrs. Mosher. Mrs. Morrison will be
in the :ity next week. 10-4-4t

Nine persons put of every ten who
suffer with their feet, do not need a

longitudinal arch support but an an

terior 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

Man Who Knows." Little's Shoe Par

lor. 27-tf

We have a. hew perfume. Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting, extract, $2 per
ounce. Gerig's. j tf

The largest line of millinery ever

djsplayed in Ocala is now to be seen
at Affleck Millinery Parlor, Ocala

House block. tf :

For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6t

Everything is of the very latest at
the Affleck Millinery Parlor, Ocala
House block. V tf

Try : Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, at Gerig's. tf
Flower seed and bulbs of all kinds
at the Ocala Seed Store.

Use Juba Self -Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. "At all grocers. 6t

Coca-cola made in Atlanta, made
famous in Ocala at Gerig's.
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers.
:i Easter Lily; Bulbs 75 cents per
dozen at Bitting & company, xthe
druggist and seedsmen; 9-12 ;
When thirsty drink at Gerig's
Ocala's popular coca-cola fountain.
r Advertsie inthe Str.

Carn-Thomas Co.
GROCERIES
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Cheap Prices,
Good Service

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FRESH HEATS, POULTRY,
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All kinds Fresh Vegetable
in Season
OCALA, FLA

We Quote the Following Prices on Oysters
For the Season
Oysters in Shell, per bbL... ... ................. $2.00
, f Oysters per gallon solid measure ... 1.23
Oysters in7 5 gallon lots, per gallon ... ............. 1.23
First class stock. We ship n SANITARY SEAL PLUG carriers.
Let us have your orders.
Crystal Fish &. Oyster .'Company:
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Only Direct Lino from Jacksonville1,

Fare Includes Meals Good on Any Ship. -Tickets
Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
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Write for schedule and further particulars.
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Ticket OSce, Pier 1, Foot of Lib crty St, Jacksonwille, Florida.

NEW FALL GABDEN SEED NOW
; LN STOCK ;
Also Flower and Field Seeds
CHOICEST DRUGS AND DRUG DRUGGISTS
GISTS DRUGGISTS SUNDRIES
All mail orders carefully and
promptly filled. J-
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Druggists and Seedsmea
Ocala, Florida. Telephonr No. ?0

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OCALA, FLORIDA

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in the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none. V"';V
RATES From $1X0 per day per person to 8.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. K AVAN AUGH
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OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, 1916

ilfl.lG

IS

Columbus Hays, the ice cream man,
ha3 left the hospital, having almost
recovered from an operation.

Dr.' R. D. Fuller's office phone is

311.

9-4-tf

For. delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers.

Mr. A; W. Fort the Moss Bluff
stockman is among the Saturday vis visitors
itors visitors in the city.

Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
Mr. E. M. Howard returned Friday
fiom a visit to his big grove at Au-

All kind3 of seed for fall garden
now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.

The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerigs News Store.
Mr. M. M. Little and a friend will

be treated to that delightful bever beverage,
age, beverage, coca-cola in battles, if they will
call at the stand of William-DeHart
and show this notice. The Ocala Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola Bottling Works.

Among the Star's pleasant callers

today was Mr. W. A. Hand of Moss
Bluff. He reports that his crops have
been "exceptionally successful thi3 sea

son and he looks for still :-y" gr : iter
things another year as he intends
draining a splendid piece of muck
land on his property for a corn field.
Though Mr. Hand has been a resident
of Marion county for about two years
he is just now enrolling on our week weekly
ly weekly subscription list. Just how he has
been getting along all this time we
did not understand until he informed
us he had been reading a neighbor's
Star pretty regularly.
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
week. tf

Garden and flower aeed for fall
planting. Bitting Co., 410 N. Mag Magnolia
nolia Magnolia St. tf .

For service first, trade at Gerig's
Ocala's best drug store.

; In the rush yesterday the ad. man
failed to put the name of the Seaboard
railway on its excursion rate adver advertisement.
tisement. advertisement. This however was not a
Rerions mistakA in Drain; as Mr. .Tnfm

Boisseau, the local ticket agent, is as'
well known here as the Seaboard it itself,
self, itself, and his name was signed to the
announcement, which sufficed. How However,
ever, However, it's all rieht now. i

14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries on Sat

urday and Monday. Smith. Grocery Co.
Mr. Harry Peter has accepted a po position
sition position as salesman for the Blowers
Lime and Phosphate company of
Ocala; and is busy placing orders in
this section. Dunnellon Advocate.
Harry is as good a specimen of a
genial hustler as you will find in a
day's ride.-
A note from Mr. E. C. Rawls, for formerly
merly formerly of this city, but who is now
making hi3 home in Birmingham,
Ala., says : "I notice in one of your
recent issues that you stated I was
connected with the Seaboard Air Line
in Birmingham, Ala. I wish to cor correct
rect correct this statement as I am with the
Illinois Central and Central of Geor Georgia
gia Georgia and not the Seaboard."
Use Juba Self -Rising tflour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers.
Burson seamless hose at Little's
Shoe Parlor. ; 27-tf

Mis a Ida.' "Rlov wirTips- tn snvnnimo.a

to her Ocala friends that she is show showing
ing showing 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 Millinery
linery Millinery Parlors last season. 5-6t

Discussing the question of a royalty
on the Imhoff tanks of the new sew sewerage
erage sewerage system, Councilman Meffert
said this morning that it was under understood
stood understood in council, when the Imhoff
tanks were approved by that body,
that there would be a small royalty
on the tanks, to be paid to the owners
of the patents. The amount of the
royalty has never been learned by the
city, but a letter on file in the city
clerk's office; says the royalty is a
small one. The Pacific Flush Tank
company of New York, represents the
Imhoff interests in this country

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.

The first game of the world .series
of baseball is being played this after afternoon
noon afternoon in Boston, between the Boston
Americans and the Brooklyn Na Nationals,
tionals, Nationals, and the plays are being flash flashed
ed flashed here over a special Western Union
wire to the bulletin board in the rooms
formerly occupied by the Merchants'
Cafe. Bob Adams is taking the
"dope" off the wire, and J. J.-Gerig is
scoring the plays on the blackboard.
Every game of. the series will be flash flashed
ed flashed here play by play. An admission
of 25 cents is being charged for each
matinee. .

W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. . tf

.You only pay for what you get, and
not for what the other fellow had
charged and did not pay for. Little'3
Shoe Parlor. 27-tf

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

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

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, y Pretty
lawn, deep drilled .well of soft water,
barn and garage. Will not rent for a
short time. If interested apply in writ writing
ing writing to box 164, city. 29-tf

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Mr. James H. Dillard,
the expert tailor, repre representing
senting representing Isaac Hamberg Hamberg-er
er Hamberg-er 8i Sons, Baltimore,
will give a second open opening
ing opening at EELVMSTOBTS on

The Slh and 101h

He will show a beautiful
line of suitings in the newest
Fair weaves. Call in and order
your Fall suit.

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A.CL SCHEDULE

AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW

Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times :
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. -35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a..m.
No. 141," Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
: No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m. ; ' .'
- No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.
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The Rabbit Scored.
A cottager and his wife endeavored
to capture a wild rabbit by holding a
net along the end of their garden,
which borders a deep canal. Making
a final dash, the rabbit ran toward the
woman and tripped her, -causing her to
overbalance and fall Into the canal.
Her husband dived to her rescue, and
but for the timely assistance of two
men both would have been drownedL
London Observer.

HOW CATARRH IS CONTRACTED

Mothers are sometimes so thought thoughtless
less thoughtless as to neglect the colds which their
children contract; The inflammation
of the mucous membrane, at ? first
acute, becomes chronic and the child
has chronic catarrh, a disease that is
seldom cured and that may prove a
life's burden. I Many persons who
have this "Iothsome disease will re remember
member remember having had frequent colds at
the time it was contracted. A little
forethought, a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy judiciously used,, and
all this trouble might have been avoid avoided.
ed. avoided. Obtainable everywhere.
The Word 'Stunt." -A
"stunt" Is' a feat or performance
striking for the strength or skill re required
quired required for its accomplishment; hence
It has come to mean any real feat
The word has made its way Into both

Webster, and the New Standard dic dictionary,
tionary, dictionary, but neither states its origin.
Webster -suggests a comparison with

the old word "stint' which means "a

task." It la interesting to note .that
obsolete provincial English had a
word "stunt" which meant "dull or
"stupid." ;

First Presbyterian
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
L. Moreton Murray superintendent.
Public worship at 11 a. m. and 7 p.

m, preaching by the pastor.

The communion of the Lord's Sup

per will be celebrated at the morning
service. All the membership .of the

church urged to be present. : The ses session
sion session of the church will meet after the
adjournment to receive any who de

sire to join the church. v

The Presbytery of Suwanee will

meet at High Springs nevt Tuesday

evening. The pastor and Mr. A. Mc

intosh are expected to attend.

John R. Herndon, Pastor.
Methodist
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
"Paul's Conception of God and the

Elements in Paul's Religion."

Junior League 3:30 p. m.
Senior League 6:15 p. m.
Preaching 7:30 p. m.
"A New Commandment."
All cordially invited, strangers wel

come. J; Id. Uross. Pastor.

SL 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 Tonge's hall. Everyone is wel

come.

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

thorized literature concerning Chris

tian Science.

ARE YOU RHEUMATIC ?

Many Pangs that Pass for Rheuma Rheumatism
tism Rheumatism are Really Due to Weak
.. Kidneys
Is it rheumatism ?
Not every pain is.
Weak kidneys let uric acid collect.
Uric acid causes many queer pains.
In the thigh it's sciatica ;
In the back, lumbago;
In the nerves, neuritis.
Gout, gravel, dropsy are uric trou troubles.
bles. troubles. .".'
When you suspect, the kidneys use
Doan's Kidney Pills
The home-recommended remedy.
Ocala testimony is the best proof.:
Read this Ocala woman's story.
Mrs. S. E. Fraser, -104 Fifth street,
Ocala, says: "I have used Doan's
Kidney Pills and they have always
given the best of satisfaction. My kid kidneys
neys kidneys were out of order and I was very
dizzy. At times I couldn't get about,
owing to rheumatic pain across the
small of my back. ,1 had other kidney
troubles as well. I used Doan's Kid Kidney
ney Kidney Pills and they brought me im immediate
mediate immediate relief-"

Price 50c., at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs- Fraser had. Foster-Milburn Co.,

Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 41

SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE

- Southbound

No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.

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

7:50 p. m.

No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.

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

tersburg 10 a. m. r

No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe

tersburg 8:05 -p. m.
Northbound

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

7:15 p. m.'

No. 2Leaves Sti Petersburg 4i30

p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.

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

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

When Inclosing Stamps. ;
Here is a hint for my own benefit
as well as yours: When sending a
postage stamp in a letter instead of
moiseniiig one corner and sticking it
to the paper, moisten a small spot in
the center of the stamp and the affix
it to your inclqsure. The removal of
a small part of the center of. the
glued back in no -way impairs the use usefulness
fulness usefulness of the stamp, but the corner
iiften tears off, Exchange.

MT. ZION A. M. E. CHURCH

Allen C. E. League will open at 6

p. m., with the following program:
Five minute song service.
Scripture. '
Song by league." -Prayer
by J ohn Merine.
Song by league.
- Recitation by Miss Mattie Cail.
Discussion of topic by Sam Small.
: Quartet by S. Small, "W. Kelley,
George Suber, Ellie SmalL
Paper by Miss Lessie Davis. V

Baptist
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
A good one. You will receive a

hearty welcome.

11 a. m. Morning worship Pastot

will preach.

Topic, "A Great Victory."
; 6 :30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
The training service. A call to vol

unteer comes to one and all.

7:30 p. raJ Evening service.
Good singing. Baptism at close of

service.

Welcome to all..

Saturday Evening Post and ; Coun

try Gentleman always on sale at The
Book Shop. 3t

SAFETY
FIRST

v Has become the slogan ? not
only ", on the highways of
travel, but also in all lines
: of industry. There's no
. such 'thing as .safety- if
your valuable property is
not covered by
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent a number of
the most reliable companies
in existence, and our facil facilities
ities facilities are not surpassed in
' Florida. ; ;

D. W. DAVIS, Agency :

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OCALA 4 :-: FLA. J

SEVERE PUNISHMENT

Of I!r$. CbappeH of five Year'
. Stasdin, Relieved By C&rdoL

ML irv. N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chao

pell of this town, says: "I suffered for

live years with womanly troubles, also
ttomach troubles,' and my punishment
fras more than any one could tell.
I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.

5 1 read one day about Cardui, the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six bottles until
I was almost cured. It did me more
good than all the other medicines 1 had

inea, put together. r ;J
My friends besan askincr cis vrhv I

looked so well, and 1 told them about

vjaraui. beveral are now taiang xt."

Do you, lady reader, suffer from any

oi we ailments cue to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideache.

sleeplessness, and that everlastingly tired

If so, let us urge yoti to give Cardui a
trial. We feel confident it will help yous
fust as it has a million other women in

e past half century.

Begin taking Cardui to-day. You

won't regret it. All druggists.

Writ tor Chattanooga Medicine Co.. LadieV

mntrctin9 on your cas and 64-pat book, "Homt

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER ATTO BUILDER

Careful Estimates m?4e on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Othsr
Contractor in the city. ;y

ID A HDTC A TTTTFThDnrhin)'

IT HAVE the following used cars at big bar

gains, Cash or Time Payments:
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One Ford Touring Car
One 1916 Maxwell Touring Car
One "17" Buick, 4-Passenger Car

These cars are fully equipped and are in

condition. The Maxwells have been work

ed over and are nearly as good as new; with
electric starters and aU modern improvements.
Calbat Star office if interested.

MAXWELL DEALER

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HAVING TROUBLE

5-' WITH YOUR CAR

Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles is my business.
Honest, efficient service ; you pay for
the time put in on your car only. J.

A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone

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

, Ministers' Live Longest.
Statistics show that a religious life
tends to prolong existence In this
country, and that ministers are among
the longest-lived individuals. Brain
workers live longer, than those who
labor, with their muscles, women long longer
er longer than men and the married longer
than the single. ;

WHEN YOU TAKE COLD

With the average man a cold is a

serious matter and should : not be

trifled with, as some of the most dan

gerous diseases start with a common

cold.- Take Chamberlain's Cough

Remedy and cet rid of your cold as

quickly as possible. You are not ex experimenting
perimenting experimenting when you use this rem

edy, as it has been in use for many

years and has an established reputa reputation.
tion. reputation. It contains no "opium or other
narcotic. Obtainable everywhee.

Don't fail to hear the new Victor

records at The Book Shop. 3t :

Use Juba Self -Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers. 6t

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE. FOR BENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL' NEEDS

FOR SALE One "33 model Hudson
auto, in good shape; extra inner tube.
Cheap for cashl Apply to I. M. Bar Barrett,
rett, Barrett, 303 Watula St., Ocala. 7-3t
; .... .'
WANTED Employment, by boy of
16, at once. Strong and willing to
work. Would like position where ad advancement
vancement advancement is possible if services are
satisfactory. Address, "Work," care
Star. ; 10-2-Ct

QUICK SALE WANTED Ten acre
tract of land, mile from Hollister,
on A. .C. L. Title guaranteed by Title
Guaranty Co. of Jacksonville. Best of offer
fer offer accepted. Money needed in other
business. J. R. Shultz, Newark, Dela Delaware.
ware. Delaware. -J 6-12t

FOR SALE Two March hatched Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth Rock cockerels; good stock; 75
cents each. B. Dosh. 6-6t j

FOR SALE An' upright piano; in
good condition; attractive price. Or
wil lrent. Phone 242. 4-tf-
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FOR RENT Two furnished rooms;
modern conveniences, desirable neigh neigh-Lorhood.
Lorhood. neigh-Lorhood. Mrs. A. Perry, Herbert
street. . 4-tf- -..;

LOST On Lake Weir road to Ocala,
gray overcoat. Initials D. T. J. in inside.
side. inside. Finder will be suitably reward rewarded
ed rewarded by returning to D. T. J eff coat,
Ocala, Fla. : ; 10-3-Ct ; ;
FOR RENT Upstairs furnished for
light bcjisekeeping; city and cistern
water. Rent reasonable. Mrs. P. H.
Gillen, No. 1 S. 5th St.

FOR RENT A well located cottage
cf five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. R. CarrolL Star office, tf
WANTED To sell Maxwell roadster
in good condition, for $150. Time pay payments
ments payments 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,
city. 9-1-tf

FOR SALE Stove wood, seasoned
pine snd cypress, a large load for a
dollar. Phone 223. Prompt delivery.
Welch Lumber Co. v 8-5-tf : -,;

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.
:r;:;:V' BECAUSE
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.
" w PRICES '. o
$1.25 Per Gallon Single Gallon
$1.15 Per Gallon, in Five Gallon Lots
$2.00 Per Barrell,
GULF FISH & OYSTER COH1PANY

Crystal River "ows-are better

Flor;'

AEE S
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Service car always ready for tire
arouble on the road". Fisk end Hood
fires and Tubes. All orders promnt promnt-'ly
'ly promnt-'ly fiUed.
: 24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
Phones 43876 t "yr Ocala, Fla.

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When you put up a house or any
other kind of structure you want
material that will give entire satis satisfaction.
faction. satisfaction. The stock of millyork
which we sell is guaranteed to give
the best of service because it is
made right.
you are assured of high quality at a
fair price. Tell us your building plans
and we'll tell you how to secure the
most for your money and avoid waste.
Our Business Methods Make
New Friends Everj Dtiy
CYPRESS LUMBER IN STOCK

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S.WELCH

- Ocala Florida!

PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING

When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too .large and none
too small, "tf H. W. Tucker.

Use "Juba Self Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocer s,91 Ct

DESPONDENCY
When you feel discouraged and de despondent
spondent despondent do not g'ive up but take C
dose of Chamberlain's Tabkt3 i.r
you are almost certain to feel all
right within a day. or two. Despond Despondency
ency Despondency is very often due to indigestion
ad biliousness, for 'uhich these tab tablets
lets tablets are especially valuable. Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere.

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