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Submarine from Germany Sunk Several Ships
Off Nantucket Lightship Sunday
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Newport, Oct. 9. No confirmation
had been received early this morning
of latest reports that nine allied and
neutral vesctls had been sunk by a
German submarine or submarines off
Nantucket lightship yesterday. Six
were sunk. There was no loss of life,
it being reported that every vessel
. was warned.
The crew of the British steamer
" Kingston, which took to the boats, has
not been reported picked up.
The sea is calm and many destroy destroyers
ers destroyers are still in the vicinity. Two hun hundred
dred hundred and sixteen members of crews
and passengers have been landed
SEEMS TO HAVE BEEN TWO SUBS
Boston, Oct. 9. With a few addi additional
tional additional reports available today the
story of submarine activity off Nan Nantucket
tucket Nantucket lightship yesterday was chang changed
ed changed only slightly from the first stories
; received. If the Germans continued
their work today,, nothing has been
hoard of it and it seemed likely they
Secretary Daniels informed the
president that as far as he could as ascertain
certain ascertain all international laws had been
observed. The navy department how however
ever however is prepared to establish a patrol
along the North Atlantic coast to see
that American neutrality is observed.
Six ships in all are positively known
to have been sunk, although the com commander
mander commander of the destroyer Ericsson re reported
ported reported he understood nine had gone.
No names of additional vessels are
mentioned. The report that nine were
sunk is from no other source. The on only
ly only persons from the six vessels not ac accounted
counted accounted for was the crew of the King King-;
; King-; Rton which took to the boats. Amer Amer-;
; Amer-; icatv destroyers havecombed the calm
" sca.?V "' ' .'".'"
Storied of the number jf submarines
' differed widely but many believed
1 there were two. It is assumed the
U-53, which came to Newport Satur Saturday
day Saturday was active. The survivors of
tno ship said they were-certain they
?;av U-C3 on another sub. As far as
it -is known only six torpedoes were
fired. The U-53 carried eight, v ;
AMERICAN DESTROYERS SAVED
: lives ;V-:':
Boston, Oct. 9. The submarine arm
:.f the Imperial Gorman navy ravaged
shipping off the eastern coast of the
United States yesterday.
Four British, one Dutch and one
Norwegian steamer were sent to the
bottom i or left crippled derelicts off
Nantucket Shoals. :
Last night, under the light of the
hunter's moon, the destroyer flotilla
s of the United States Atlantic fleet
I was picking up passengers and crews
j of the, destroyed veseels and bringing
them into Newport, R. I.
CREW F KINGSTON MISSING
So far a3 known, there was no loss
t life, though at a late hour the crew
U)f the British steamer Kingston had
been accounted for. A submarine
l.dd up the American steamer Kan-
Isc.9, bound from New York for Genoa
vith steel for the Italian government,
tut later on establishing her identity'
r! lowed her to proceed. The Kansan
came into Boston harbor late last
n?ght for her usual call here.
I The hostile submarine is believed to
be the U-53, which paid a call to New Newport
port Newport yesterday and disappeared at
unset. Some naval 1 men, however,
's dared that at least two submarines
re operating: close to the American
ore, though outside the three-mile
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TAK1I1G PARI III THE ATTACK
Cotton and Wheat Fell at Reports of
German Submarine Activity Off
New York, Oct. 9.-The stock, cot cotton
ton cotton and wheat markets were demoral demoralized
ized demoralized this morning as a result of Ger German
man German submarine; activity. Standard
stocks declined as much as twelve
points at one time. Cotton broke from
eight to thirty-two points. Wheat at
Chicago fell as much as five cents on
REACTION SOON FOLLOWED
.A11 tka. .-markets reacted . after the
first hour, gains of several points
from the lowest being general. On
the stock market the unprecedented
total of approximately 900,000 shares
were dealt in the first hour.
SET THE PIT? SEAL
State Democratic Committee Endors Endorsed
ed Endorsed Wilson, Knott, Clark' and
Jacksonville, Oct. 8 The state dem democratic
ocratic democratic executive committee convened
yesterday pursuant to .the call of
Chairman George P. Raney of Tampa,
forty-two counties being represented.
HalAdams of LaFayette county, of offered
fered offered a resolution recommending the
placing of the names of both Catts
and Knott on the ballot to be voted
on in the general election in Novem November.
ber. November. This was ruled out of order by
Chairman Raney, because the secre secretary
tary secretary of state alone is clothed with the
power to certify the names of candi candidates
dates candidates to be printed on the ticket. On
an appeal from the ruling the chair
was sustained by a vote of thirty-one
J. B. Hodges of Lake City then of offered
fered offered a resolution that the committee
take no action as to who was the reg regular
ular regular democratic nominee for governor.
He spoke at great length in support
of his resolution, and when he closed
E. W. Davis of Orange county offered
a substitute "resolution, calling upon
the democrats of Florida : to rally to
the support of W. V. Knott as the
regular democratic nominee for gov governor,
ernor, governor, Woodrow Wilson for president,
R. F. Taylor for justice of the su supreme
preme supreme court and Frank Clark for
Congress from ; the second district.
The substitute was adopted by a vote
f 28 to 13.
The committee then adjourned.
- The campaign committee met after
adjournment of the state committee
and considered various matters relat relating
ing relating to the campaign of the next five
weeks in behalf of the democratic
CARD OF THANKS
To our friends who did so much for
us in our time of sorrow and paid
such tender and loving tribute to our
dear departed wife, mother, sister and
aunt, we tender our heartfelt thanks
over and over again. May God bless
each of you and us.
W. K. Zewadski and Family.
Dr. and Mrs. Walter Hood.
Mrs. Josephine Turner.
B. B. Barco.
; Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Chace.
Try Bouquet Dozlra perfume, ?2
per ounce, at Gerig's.
OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER
I'llllI I III III 11 I I IV
BE III DANGER
Many Ships With Our Countrymen on
- Board are Approaching the
- (Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 9. The Interna International
tional International Mercantile Marine has ordered
steamers of their lines flying the Brit British
ish British flag to remain in port until fur further,
ther, further, notice. Their American ships are
not affected by the order. British,
Italian and French lines will not post postpone
pone postpone sailings.5 Many vessels are ap approaching
proaching approaching the danger zone. They
carry scores of American and Euro
pean passengers,' including many
prominent people. -
INSURANCE WENT UP
SUB ACTIVITY ON THE AMERI
CAN COAST SENT MARINE
New York, Oct." 9. Marine insur
ance rates from American to English
ports jumped from one to five per
cent today. The rates to Havre and
Bordeaux, France, increased from
five-eights and three-quarters per
cent to five per cent.
SANFORD WANTS IT LN
Sanford is working hard for the
1917 meeting of the Wesley "Bible
Class Federation which meets in
Ocala this week, as was" shown yes yesterday
terday yesterday when five of the members of
the Sanford class came to Ocala to
boost Sanford for the; meeting next
year. These men, Dr. R. M. Mason,
S. O. Shinholser, H. H. Peabody, Mr.
Bronson and Mr. Hutchinson brought
cards and ribbons with them to leave
with the Ocala class, asking that they
be given all the help possible to for
ward their movement.
The Sanford class had similar com
mittees in DeLand, Kissimmee, Or
lando, Winter Park and Daytona and
all are working hard for the next
Dr. Mason remained in Ocala to
start work on the first arrivals to the
federation and has had a large
streamer hung across the street be between
tween between the Ocala House and the Court
Pharmacy which reads "Sanford
1917," Sanford deserves the next
meeting and it is hoped that they will
be rewarded for their labor and trou troubles
bles troubles by having the ,1917 meeting in
, Judge Wm. E. Smith was aroused
from his peaceful slumbers at 2:30
Sunday morning by a party of young
folks, two of whom insisted that they
at once be made one. The, judge arose
from his couch and as soon as he could
assume enough garments to make him
conventional tied the young couple in
a matrimonial knot as secure as any
that could be drawn in a cathedral
with forty-seven attendants and two
thousand : spectators. T
couple was Mr. Odell G. Prince and
Miss Jessie L. Ludwig, who were ac accompanied
companied accompanied by the bride's sister, Miss
Myrtle Ludwig, Miss Evelina Chap Chapman
man Chapman and Mr. J. D. Adamson. The
party came in an auto and immediate immediately
ly immediately after the wedding left ; presum presumably
ably presumably for their home in Gainesville. -i
It Appears that International
Law Has So Far Been
Long Branch, Oct. ,9. President
Wilson, in commenting on the recent
submarine activity off the American
coast announced that the German gov government
ernment government will "be held to a complete
fulfillment of its promises" to the
Washington, Oct. 9. It became
known .this afternoon that the state
department believed, from available
reports, that the German submarine
or submarines operating off the Am American
erican American coast have so far broken none
of Germany's promises or internation
al law. : - -
NO WARNING GIVEN TO THE
New York, Oct. ,9. A submarine
fired upon the British steamer
Strathsdene without warning, the
Saturday's Session of State Can vass vass-.
. vass-. in g Board Ended Its Work for
Tallahassee, Oct. 8. Secretary of
State Crawford last night sent out in instructions
structions instructions to the various counties to
place Knott's name on the ballot as
the democratic nominee. Flournoy
made another effort yesterday to" re reopen
open reopen the case, but failed. Not satis satisfied
fied satisfied with the decision against him
Friday, Flournoy Saturday morning
formally asked the supreme court for
permission to amend his ; petition
which was denied yesterday. --Secretary
of State Crawford stated
that he considered yesterday the last
day and last night mailed out instruc instructions
tions instructions for the printing of the ballots to
the various counties. "Whoever was
the nominee at the close of business
yesterday will have his name printed
on the ballots as such" said Mr.
The socialists sent a petition to the
secretary of state instead of holding
a caucus, convention or primary, and
Secretary Crawford wired them of
their mistake. The petitions should
not be sent to Tallahassee, but to the
various boards of county commission commissioners...'',
ers...'', commissioners...'', f -.. '" A',.. '::'r : .'.
Mitchell, the V independent, of St.
Petersburg, made the same error of
sending his petitions to the secretary
of state instead of to the county com commissioners.
missioners. commissioners. Crawford has wired both
the socialists and Mitchell what the
law provides and stated that they had
until twenty days prior to the election
to get on the ticket in proper shape,
but in both instances they must go
through .the county commissioners.
C G. Allen and Mitchell may get
on the ticket through the counties but
not by order of the secretary of state.
Mr. Crawford returned their petitions
The name of George W. Allen went
out in the instructions last night .as
the regularly nominated republican
nominee, that party having had a con convention.
vention. convention. Catts will also go on the
ticket as the nominee of the prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition party, s Catts also had petitions
as an independent, but these must go
through the counties, i
Flournoy having failed in his last
efforts yesterday, Knott will go on as
the democratic, nominee. ..Flournoy's
amended petition for the writ com compelling
pelling compelling the state canvassing board to
reconvene and recanvass the Alachua
county returns, including Catts sixty sixty-nine
nine sixty-nine votes from precinct three, and
such other amended returns from
other counties as they deemed should
be canvassed in the discretion of the
board ; was denied at two o'clock by
the supreme court, becau se it sought
to make a judiciary body out of the
canvassing board,' whose duties are
only perfunctory and who must can-
II THE EAST
BALKAN ZONE AND RUSSIAN
FRONT REPORTS TODAY ALL
. (Associated Press)
London, Oct. 9. The eastern war
zone, aside frorxi German submarine
activity, is foremost in war news to today.
day. today. Athens reported that a consider considerable
able considerable force of Serbians crossed the
Cerna river and are advancing north
rapidly, having captured Swochivar.
Petrograd reported the Russians have
penetrated the Austro-German lines
at several points on the Vladimir Vladimir-Volnski
Volnski Vladimir-Volnski line.
Sofia's latest statement said that
south of Monastir the Serbians have
abandoned attempts to advance.
SUB'S DEADLY WORK
Paris, Oct. 9. The auxiliary cruiser
Gallia, carrying two thousand French
and Serbian soldiers," was sunk by. a
submarine off JSardina Oct. 4th. Thir Thirteen
teen Thirteen hundred men landed. v
vass' all that is before them properly
signed and otherwise regular, and
The denial of this writ leaves mat matters
ters matters as they were before the canvass canvassing
ing canvassing board. '- -::'
Flournoy is through a'nd Secretary
Crawford last night ordered the bal ballots
lots ballots printed with Knott's name on
them as the nominee.
GREAT CROP OF GRAIN
Almost Three Billion Bushels : of
Wheat and Corn, for
Washington, Oct. 9. The total
wheat production of the United States
for the present season is estimated at
607,557,000 bushels; corn, 2,717,932, 2,717,932,-000
000 2,717,932,-000 bushels, according to the depart department
ment department of agriculture.
VESPER MEMORIAL SERVICE
The vesper memorial service of the
W. C. T. U. at the Presbyterian
church yesterday afternoon was most
interesting and was well attended.
The following inspiring program was
Music Miss Irma Blake, Mr. W. W.
Hymn "Nearer My God to Thee."
Scripture lesson-Rev. J. R. Hern Hern-don.
don. Hern-don. :L'. '.
PrayerRev. Bunyan Stephens.
Duet, "The Christian's Goodnight";
Mrs. E. Van Hood and Miss Marguer Marguerite
ite Marguerite Porter.
Introductory Remarks Rev. Hern Hern-don."..
don.".. Hern-don.".. -, --: '.
A -Tribute to Mrs. E. L. Parr Mrs.
E. L. Carney and Rev. Gross. Mrs.
Carney's tribute was very beautiful
and touching and at the request of the
family of the departed will be 'pub 'published
lished 'published in the Star.
A Tribute to Mrs. J. H. Living LivingstonMrs.
stonMrs. LivingstonMrs. M. M. Little and Rev.
A Tribute to Mrs. E. P. Rentz
Mrs. R. L. Bridges and Rev. Gross.
In Loving Memory of Our Dead Dead-Mrs.
Mrs. Dead-Mrs. E. Van Hood.
Solo, "Abide with Me" Miss Irma
Blake, accompanied by Mr. W. W.
Condon on the violin and Mr. Carlton
Ervin on the organ.
Poem, "Thy Will Be Done" Mrs.
B. H. Seymour.
Prayer Dr. J. M. Gross.
Hymn, "Rock of Ages."
W. K. Lane, M. D-, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye. Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Flower seed and bulbs of all kinds
at the Ocala Seed Store.
By Two to One, Game Went
UHPHECEDEriTEDLY CLOSE GAME
Boston, Oct. 9. Cloudy, slightly
cooler weather with a moderate wind
is in prospect for the second of the
world series games. Rain is regarded
as not likely.
The weather is cloudy and warm
with a' light southerly wind. The Red
Sox are favorites in the betting at
odds of 10 to 4 on the series. :
Atendance, about 35,000.
". Dinneen at the plate.
Quigley on bases.
O'Day on the left field line.
Connolly on right field line.
- Boston: Ruth and Cady.
Brooklyn: Smith and Miller.
Brooklyn: Johnston fanned. Dau Dau-bert
bert Dau-bert hit past second for a single. My
ers hit to left field fence, Daubert go
ing to third and Myers landing on sec
ond. Wheat singled past third, scor
ing Daubert. Wheat was caught off
first and Cutshaw out on pop fly to
pitcher. One run, three hits, one
Boston: Hooper was out on a
grounder, pitcher to first, Janvrin out
on fly to center and Walker out on
foul fly to first. No runs, no hits.
. Brooklyn: Cutshaw was out, third
to first. Mowry was out on a line
drive to second. Olson fanned. No
runs, no hits,-no errors.
Boston: Hoblitzel drove a hot one
at short and was out at first. Lewis
and Gardner both out. No runs. No
hits. No errors.
' The official attendance is 41,373.
Brooklyn: Miller was out, short to
first. Smith hit one oh the nose to
the right field fence for a double, but
was out at third trying to stretch it.
Johnston singled to center. Johnston
was cut off at second trying to steaL
No runs, two hits.
Boston: Bcott hit to center field for
a triple. Thomas out, second to first,
Scott being held on first. Ruth out,
second to first, scoring Scott. Hooper
hit through Cutshaw and was safe on
the error. Janvrin forced Hooper at
second.. One run, one hit, one error.
Brooklyn: Daubert waited for four
wide ones and was passed to first,
Myers hit to short, forcing Daubert at
second. Myers was out at first. Wheat
was out on a grounder, pitcher to
first. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Boston: Walker grounded to pit
cher and was out at first. Hoblitzel
walked. Lewis hit into a double play,
third to second and second to first. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Attendance is close to forty thou
Brooklyn: Cutshaw was out on the
third strike. Mowry out on a grounder
to second. Olson singled to left. Mil
ler out, fly to right. No runs, one hit,
Boston: Gardner out, second to first
on first ball pitched. Scott was out,
third to first. Thomas hit along the
left field line for a double and when
Olson interf erred with him Umpire
Quigley allowed him to take third on
the hit. Ruth was out on third strike.
No runs, one hit, no errors.
Brooklyn: Smith was out, short to
first. Johnston got hi3 base on ball3,
but was out trying to steal second.
Daubert was out, third to first. Jtfo
runs, no hits, no errors.
Boston: Hooper out on fly to center-
field, Myers making a shoe string
catch. Janvrin was out on a fly to
center. Walker out, second to first.
No runs, no hits, no errors.
Brooklyn: Myers out, second to
first. Janvrin fumbled but recovered
the ball in time to make the out.
Wbeat was out at first, second to first.
Cutshaw out to first unassisted. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
Boston: Hoblitzel was rewarded the
VOL. 22 NO. 234
HOT DECIDED UNTIL THE
DRY ELEMENT EXPECTED TO
CAST ITS VOTES AGAINST
Jacksonville, Oct. 9. After the ad adjournment
journment adjournment of the state democratic
committee here yesterday, and after
the friends of Mr. Catts, failing in
their efforts to have the name of Sid Sidney
ney Sidney J. Catts certified and put on tha
ballot along with William V. Knctt,
the recognized nominee of the demo democratic
cratic democratic party, advice was received hero
from Tallahassee that Mr. Catts had
permitted his name to be certified certified-yesterday
yesterday certified-yesterday by the secretary of state to
the various counties as the candidate
of the prohibition party. This is taken
to mean that Mr. Catts andN his fol
lowing have decided to leave the fold
of democracy and cast their lot with
the prohibition party.
second time by waiting for four bad
cnes and passed to first. Lewis was
out on a sacrifice bunt, pitcher to first.
Hoblitzel taking second. Gardner
was out on pop fly to short. No runs,
no hits, no errors.
- EIGHTH INNING
Mowry singled to left field. Olson
out on a sacrifice bunt, catcher to
first, Mowry taking second. Miller
singled to center, Mowry taking third
and Miller went to second on the
throw." Mowry is out,. short to pitch pitcher,
er, pitcher, Miller taking third and Smith go going
ing going to second. Johnston was out,
pitcher to first. No runs, no hits, no
Boston: Thomas was out, first to
pitcher. Ruth was out on a fly to left
field. Hooper was also out on a fly
to right. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Brooklyn: Daubert was out; third to
first on the first ball pitched. Myers
was out on "a fly to centerfield. Wheat
was thrown out at first by pitcher. No
run3, no hits, no errors.
Boston: Janvrin doubled to left
field. Wheat barely touched the ball,
but couldn't hold it. Walsh bunted to
pitcher. Janvrin was safe at third
when Mowry dropped the balL WTalsh
took first on the error. Hoblitzel was
out on a fly to centerfield, Janvrin be being
ing being doubled at the plate. Lewis is
purposely walked. Gardner is out,
short to first. No runs, one hit, no
Brooklyn : Cutshaw out, second to
first. Mowry out, short to first. 01-
son got four bad ones and was passed
to first. -Miller out on line fly to
third. No runs, no hits, no errors.
Boston: Scott singled to right.
Thomas was out, sacrifice, second to
first, Scott taking second. Ruth wa3
struck out. IIoopersingled along the
third base line and Scott was caught
at third. No runs, two hits, no errors.
Brooklyn: Smith was out, third to
first. Johnston was out, third to first,
Gardner making a grand stop. Dau Daubert
bert Daubert was struck out. No runs, no hits,
Boston: Janvrin was cut on a pop
fly to first. Walsh out on foul fly to
first, Daubert making a sensational
catch. Hoblitzrl was walked f or the
third time. Lewis was out, third to
first. No hits, no runs, no errors.
Brooklyn: Myers was struck out.
Wheat out on a pop fly to third. Cut Cutshaw
shaw Cutshaw out, shoit to first. No runs, no
hits, no errors.
Boston: Gardner wai out on a fiy to
left. Scott walked on four balls.
Thomas forced Scott at second, third
to second. Ruth was out, pitcher to
first. No hits, no runs, no errors.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1916
OGALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
R. n. crr.il,' General I I.W Bart... M-nKer
, J. H. Beajamla, Editor : :,
Entered at Oca-la, FU.. poatotflce as second cla matter.
PIIOTff 13 61
on. Tear, in advance.... UM SlLJ'r':''':!
6lx months, in stance ?6 Three months, in advance..
"fe""".' r" "" 60 One month.
WILL PLANT COTTON
Catts is a bolter.
Knott 3 the nominee.
The German submarines have put
the fish in efficiency.
"Popular Mechanics" for
gives Florida quite a boost.
the autumn season make too extensive
for him to look after anything else.
iMr. Chazal has ben a very efficient
assistant, and is also a most clever
and -congenial young man to work
with. We hope that the day is not
far off when we can obtain his assist assistance
ance assistance again.
It's the Star's opinion that- Mr.
As a candidate, Mr. Hughes seems j Wilson is making a mistake in char-
x ji .M-;aannint. line' that war is certain if the republi-
to be a great deal of a disappoint
ment to the republicans.
It's the Star's opinion that Mr.
Hughes made the mistake of his life
.when he resigned from the supreme
bench. .' :
" The best history of Florida yet
written is that by Judge Benjamin
Harrison now running as a Sunday
seriel in the Times-Union.
in z that war is certain if the republi
cans win. When the conflict in Europe
ends, the combatants will have- had
enough war for fifty years. About
all the Americans that were in Mexico
have been murdered or driven out,
and as long as we keep on spending
fifteen million dollars a month to keep
a hundred thousand men on the bor
der, the Mexicans are not likely to
come into our own country to kill any
more not many, anyhow.
Where the farmers of Marion coun
ty planted one acre of cotton this year,
they will, plant at least ten acres next
season and we would not be at all sur
prised to see the acreage jump to one
hundred times what it was this season.
Many farmers who have not planted
an acre in years will go into it on a
large scale and plant from 50 to 200
acres cach Most all of those who
nlantiner from five: to ..ten
acres will double and some of them
quadruple their acreage. This will
bring solid, substantial prosperity to
the county and cash to every planter.
The price will not be low again for a
good many years -It is not likely to
be as cheap : as this year ana more
than likely will bring a much better
price. The Star will urge and advise
the farmers to plant cotton and more
Ocala has just completed a sewer sewerage
age sewerage system at a cost of $100,000.
Mark down another tally in the Brick
City's progress column. Jacksonville
mice lunua wv , ... n a.
Fellsmere, Cocoa and Delray, have den Spot' the ; Atlantic, Coast Line
. m calls attention in this week's issue of
given me uanui w wuiuch. c j
like to see it tried in Ocala. : "ie c ;,-
I very interesting pnases xor rausmg
The high cost of flivving is one of "ZTXZZ i
ana aouui uaruuua. uwikio, x iunua
and Alabama, and gives an authori authoritative
tative authoritative statement by Jay A. Bonstell,
of the United States department of
agriculture, bearing out the' facts
presented. The statement is embodied
the chief causes of worry for the aver
age citizen Jacksonville Metropolis.
Oh, awful, awful!
Catts may be governor of Florida.
it V. tM1 tVta firef. man fn fill
it. uc is c uv v.w ... i. ; 3 j.; .-u:v ;n
that position who ever made a speech xuu page auverut, u, a,
u. "t. v,A i -feu u- bound to attract iavoraDie awenuou.
Mr. R. S. Hall returned home. bat-
n or, Mroa! in Ppnsa- urdav from New York city. Mr. Hall
VjUULA oaiu ah uii cvva
rla that he had 60.000 majority in the found' business good in the metrop
primary. But that was as accurate I ol is and says there is every indication
as almost any other of his state
' By :
i EDWIN BALMER
Copyright. ISI6, by the Chicago
: Tribune -- J
"(Continued from Yesterday),
They have been calling the plain
Fordobiles in use up to now tin Liz
zies. We suppose the more ornamental
of a great number of tourists coming
to Florida this winter. Mr. Hall
thinks from what he heard that Wil
son will carry New York. Politicians
are opposed to him, but the business
men Mr. Hall met seem well pleased
i4- Mm,'v. intn nu will hp tin with Mr. Wilson's administration of
If Catts should ever be called on to s. J. Catts spoke to the people of
make an address to a bevy of high 1 Winter Haven Saturday night in the
school girls, it is obvious that hejpark. His address wag along his
would not look at their bright and I usual line, which is too well known to
pretty faces. I need repetition here. The only novel
ty introduced was a statement that
We hope that the guardians of lib- the fund raised by his enemies to de-
erty in Florida will take note of the feat him amounted to $180,000.. This
fact that their national court has in- differs considerably from the $10,000,
dorsed Hughes and entered on a vin- $20,000, $50,000, $80,000 and various
dictive campaign to defeat Wilson.. ; I other amounts he declared it to be in
various other cities. Winter Haven
Finding fault with Wilson about the Chief.
way he prevented the railroad strike J Catts counts on finding new dupes
is something like finding fault with a I in every town and he generally finds
fireman for not investigating the I them.
cause of a fire before putting it out.
It's intimated that Jacksonville may
have another street railway strike.
That "Bear Cat from Gum Swamp"
stuff which Guerry is writing for the
Catts Free Press is quite beneath
Being's most of the state troops have Guerry's character and talents. We
gone to the border, it couldn't cost never suspected that he would be
all' Florida as much as the last one guilty of it. Orlando Reporter-Star,
did. v Surely the Reporter-Star is mis
taken. It can't be that' Goode Guerry
is writing that stuff.
"As every reader knows, is malic
iously false," is an expression that
appears often in the newspapers in I Another reason why a man is a
campaign days. H'm, well; seems to J hypocrite is because when he strains
us tnn much to exnect from the read-1 his credit to buy an automobile he
ers. I tells his wife it is for her sake-
Tampa Tribune. .; :
The British armored motor cars, or I Many of our married friends tell us
"tanks," are failures, according to the j that if a man hasn't an auto, he'd bet-
semi-official Overseas News Agency iter not have a wife.
of Berlin, which tells how the' ma ma-rhines
rhines ma-rhines have been disabled and de
stroyed. ." ;
If Knott should by any miracle be
elected governor of Florida, the fol
lowing would in all probability com-
If H. S. Chubb and II. L. Anderson p0se his cabinet: Pleasant Holt, Bob
have lain down together, as reports jMcNamee, Charlie Jones, Joe Reese,
from Jacksonville intimate, we fear
that Mr. Anderson, politically speak
ing, may be seen after this only with
the assistance of the X-ray.
"Dakota Bob," an unique and rather
spectacular character, who visited
Ocala some years ago, died and was
buried in Tampa last week. In his
last days, the old man was looked
after mostly by the Tampa Tribune.
Lord. Robert Cecil, British minister
of war trade, denies as "a great cal calumny"
umny" calumny" charges in the United States
that commercial measures by the Al Allies
lies Allies are prejudicial to business with
America and says that such a project
would be contrary to common sense.
You don't have to vote for Knott
in the general election, but if you vote
for Catts you vote yourself out of the
democratic party. The democratic
party may be beaten in this election,
but it will be here in the next one,
and it's going to draw the lines tight
In his speech at Omaha, Mr. Wilson
said there was as much fight in
1 America as in anv nation in the
world. There should be more. Since
his little experiment at Vera Cruz,
Mr. Wilson has industriously striven
to prevent any fight getting away
from us. and we should have consid
erable stored up by this tirce.
Mr. L. II. Chazal, who has been with
tfrc Star in the capacity 'of city re reporter,
porter, reporter, besides writing many special
articles, dun?::: the last six months,
h:.s re "-ru I in order to attend to his
o v,-i i u-in?J r. 'T;l i rat .in cor.r. cction
H. H. McCreary, Hetherington, Geo.
T. Morgan, and a few others of that
sweet-scented bunch. Now wouldn't
that be a noutfit to grace ?) the
cabinet of a governor. Ugh! Tampa
Officers of the governor's cabinet
are all elected by the people. We
hadn't noticed any of the foregoing
names on any of the tickets.
It has been reported all over the
state, and in Ocala among, other
places, that Catts was arrested at
Lakeland when he made a speech
there some weeks ago at the instiga
tion of the editor of the Lakeland
Telegram. The truth of the matter is
that the editor of the Telegram was
absent on a vacation and was some
thousands of miles from Lakeland at
CHAPTEK MT MT-j
j MT-j Breakfast Under Fire.
y OMPANY P filed out the front
R door of the car. Corporal Jim
V Ashbyhis squad numbered two
other men besides Hilbane and
Swenson led. his four across the
tracks, avoiding third rails. lie climb
ed the barriers of the railroad right
of way and ted on to Madison avenue
The shells seemed to be bursting close
The shock of a detonation rocked the
air, and all about windows were bro
ken. The white and blue flag of Com
pany F was on the corner of 111th
street. All but two of the men who
had answered roll call after the wrecV
replied now. The battalion did not de
lay for those.
A sergeant, In the khaki of the reg
nlar army, rode up on a nootorcyele. He
found Major Wray. saluted.'and hand
ed over written orders. The command
came down the column:. "Forward
Certainly th? shells were burstln?
closer than a few minutes ago. and
they were coming more often, too
There was a big fire lower down ia thc thc-city
city thc-city several big fire3. The saioke ble
in great .streamers across the sky to
ward the Hudson. How the big saelU
were coming Breakfast under fire"
Jim had forgotten breakfast. He felt,
no hunger to remind him -ef it. Hi
did not need to cat There was talk
ing in the ranks, plenty of talking, but
no on spoke of needing to eat
What a sight was Madison avenue
If all tLe throngs who bad crowded the
boats on the river, the trains, and th
roads north of the city had fled.froir
New tork, where" could these peoplt
be coming from?? Well, some of them
were coming from houses and flata and
stores, right there on the avenue. Old
men, middle aged men. and boys. Men
gesturing wildly and excited, men stam
mering and furious, men quiet and pale
and too calm were leading their fami families
lies families from their homes to start flight
to end where and how?
That shell! There was no doubt that
the shells were bursting, farther up
town and were coming more often.
Women screamed and children cried.
Men cursed madly. What was the
matter with the forts what were they
doing? Where was the army and all
the men who had volunteered? Some
one started a cheer for the soldiers
marching down the car tracks. The
cars in Madison avenue for some rea reason
son reason were not running.
"Where're you from, boys?'
"Hurray! Hurray. Some more of the
Illinois boys! Hurray! Hurray! Say.
some of you fellows are hurt! Been
fighting? Where? How did it come
"No. Train wreck!" a recruit con
"Bridge blown up before us by spies r
some one corrected quickly. "We lost
half our men!" he boasted.
"Where you going?" Long Island?
"Don't know. Hope so!!
'"They need you there. Our boys
were beaten this morning. The re regent's
gent's regent's landing a hundred thousand men
and they're marching; on New York. Oh.
tnere's another one. merre tsuen tsuen-Ing
Ing tsuen-Ing New York. Those shells, they're
exploding just below there T
"Column forward! Forward r soma
one was beseeching now, not ordering
"Close up, men! Oh, close upr
: Corporal Ashby gazed iully at the
back of the rccn In front of him. then
to Kllbane marching at his side. The
Irish boy's face chalk white. Jim
knew that his skin was as bloodless
and his legs were as unsteady as be
strode. -. '" V -;
"Close up! Oh, hang it, dose upr
r Jim stumbled forward, certain the
cry must be meant for him. But Kil Kil-bane
bane Kil-bane scurried similarly at the same
instant like others all about Shell
fire. Big explosive shell fire! So this
was it, and they were marching into
it! "You low quitter. You rotten cow coward!"
ard!" coward!" Jim's lips whispered at himself
"Go on. You've got to go, and you've
got to walk straight You low. sneak
ing, cowardly quitter."
As a shell burst in a building Jim
swayed blind, deaf, insensible.
. Shell shock! That's alii" some one
"Get up everybody! You're all right
Get up! Get up!
Scores were stunned. Some were
mildly mad or babbling, quite Insane.
Wray, the major, called the men and
women who appeared from cellars.
"Take these men to safe places,
please, and look after them. They'll
probably come around all right after
a while. You can get a doctor, can t
you? One of you Is a doctor? That's
good. He detailed a couple of the less
injured soldiers to assist "When those
men recover you'd betters join any
other battalion you can find, unless yoo
happen to learn where we'll be."
. Wray, with the captains and the
lieutenants, was reforming the com companies
panies companies by physical force, pulling about
the men and pushing them into posi position.
tion. position. "We're going to the subway
now! the officers promised. We're
going as direct as we can to the .sub .sub-way!"
way!" .sub-way!" :
The battalion dazedly formed in col column.
umn. column. "Forward!" The men trailed
through the debris In the avenue and
went on. "Column right!" It was
marching on a cross street, with Cen Central
tral Central park on the right It passed the
end of Fifth avenue and went on. Jim
recognized Columbus circle. The col column
umn column beaded for the kiosk to the sub
way and halted. The major went
ahead to make explanations. The col
umn learned, while It waited, that the
subway r or the power plant or some something
thing something had been damaged so that only
a few trains mhrht be run, and the
whole subway system had been taken
over by the military. Wray reappear
ed. Evidently he had won dispensa
tion for his men suffering from shell
shock. Company E began to file down
under the street, F gratefully followed
Into the subterranean world where the
sound of the shells even those shells
which tore whole business squares to
bits and killed or crazed a score of men
without marking them-was dull and
distant and where you could lie back
on the rattan seat of a steel car and be
quite safe again. Where the train was
taking the battalion and why no one
at that moment seemed to care.
Swenson, who sat beside Jim, was
opening and closing his hands and star
No need to be "Hard-Up." We
LOAN MONEY on any personal
property of value.
Great Bargains in hundreds of
different articles of merchandise in
We8 Side o
It wouldn't be such a bad idea for
the Gentiles, as well as the Jews, to
also observe the Day of Atonement.
Miami Metropolis.. v
They .would have to observe at
least one a week for a century to
That Dlutocratic printer, W. F.
Stoval! president of : the Tampa Tri
bun A Publishing company, has been
named by Gov. Park Trammel! as one
of the delegates to represent the state
of Florida at the annual session of
the Southern Commercial Congress,
which will be held in Norfolk, Va
Dec. 11-14. Mr. Stovall will have to
pay, his own expenses, but he can.
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ing at them. "That's f unfiy," he said
6lowly. Tt was my right I couldn't
feel moving. Now it's the left"
Jim again tried the muscles of his
hands and feet Kilbane appealed to
Mm in a whisper. "Is siven time nine
Jim considered. Then he nodded.,
"You've awful pain here?" Kilbane
touched the back of his head."
"Then you, and mell watch alch oth other.
er. other. They make you dippy after awhile
sometimes, ye've beard?"
"Yes. I've heard."
"Worth street!" an officer's voice
warned. The next is ours. boys.
Did that mean marching on the sur
face again or going in cars exposed to
fire? Why couldn't every one stay in
the subway? It went to Brooklyn safe
deep down under the river. Tho train
Btopped and every one got out The
battalion started no to the street The
hells! They were bursting ceaselessly
Just above. The concussion of them
battered down the subway stairs and
the noise above was awfuL Not only
the shells screams also and crie3 of
men in panic, terrified, beaten.
"Forward boys! Come on, every
body! Forward f A
Smoke black, blinding smoke, hot
and scorching eddied down Into the
subway. The battalion struggled
through it There was a fight at the
top of the stairs. Soldiers were trying
to turn back men. who were crushing
to get Into the subway. They strug
gled and swore. The battalion brought
heln tf th miarda and Cleared the
stairs. Company F. following Company
E, came out to the street ; The end
of Brooklyn bridge lay before them.
shrouded in the smoke which rose from
the tenement blocks which were burn
ing. From the' smoke men staggered
and stumbled men in uniform and
with rifles, uniformed men without
guns, and others without uniform or
rifle, but wearing the arm band and
the brown shirts of American recruits
Shells burst above them and scurried
them on.' These were not the monster
shells which had been striking further
up In the city. These were smaller and
came much quicker and burst with two
different sorts of detonation- One sort
made little noise. The ether burst with
shock and roar of the same type, only
much less, as the shock of the shell
which had. dazed the battalion.
"Shrapnel that! And that's high ex explosive!''
plosive!'' explosive!'' .
- "Yesr v .,;-vv .:: -;
"Column fours! Column fours r the
company officers were begging. "For "Forward!
ward! "Forward! Forward, men! March r
A bugle blew the signal over and
over again. The battalion moved slow slowly
ly slowly toward the bridge. Shrapnel and
the quick, ceaseless high explosive
shells were bursting above Company
F now.. ':
"Oh. I'm hit! X The soldier who
cried it caught at Jim's shoulder and
dracffed thero. Ftevond him another
man went down without cry or gasp.
He Just crumpled, and the man march
Ing behind stepped on the body before
he knew it
"Forward, men! ; Forward! You've
got to come on! Oh, come on. you
cowards! For Illinois, boys! pome on'
On. n vpror minsl the womaleu
Don t look at the dead! Come on.
boys! Forward! Come on!"
Never mind the wounded!- That
meant for Jim Ashby that he must
free himself from the fingers of the
man clasping his shoulders. He must
let the man fall on his face in the
street ' ,-- ..
"Ashby!" Win slow, the captain, ap
pealed to him because he was a cor
poral. : At least he had a uniform.
Help bring up those men! Forward!
Make 'em come on!
; Jim freed himself from the wounded
man and laid him, groaning and grop groping,
ing, groping, on his back in the street
"Come on. boys!" Most of Company
F faltered forward a little. For the
moment the shells were worse behind
than in front The company advanced
further. Winslow's voice cried in
nraise: "That's the stuff, boys! Don't
let the New Yorkers think we're afraid.
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Come on. nowl"
xne rsew i orders ir tney were iue
men running from the bridge they had
a lot of right to think things about any
one else. They were running mad,
crazy with fear,- and ducking their
heads and trying" to dodge when the
shells were breaking above them. They
flung themselves, coughing, out of the
smoke, and when officers yelled to them
and tried to gather them and get them
together they ran .or fell wounded,
squirming In the street Only here and
there a few tormeoaifa moveo off in
order down side streets away from the
bridge. n ., ---' -.:
"Come on, boys! Illinois! Illinois
forward! "We're not going over the
bridge! We're not ordered there!
We're only going to the river front!
Come on! Come on!" X
The battalion began to move again.
Only to the river front That sounded
like some safer place. Anyway, it
couldn't be like the bridge. No place
on earth or in hell could be like the
bridge. No one could live on the
bridge. Some men were posted there
and were standing and not running at
alL They had a field battery and ma
chine guns trained across the bridge.
They were Just waiting there and not
firing. But those men were regulars.
That was their business to be in a
place like that Company F, following
Company E. turned Into Chambers
street and marched down It The shells
were not striking there often. They
were all breaking over the bridge. The
battalion reached South street on the
water front They could see Brooi
Irn plainly now across the narrow nei-k
of the East river. The whole city
d tn lw hnmin-' At least the
whole water front was screened m
smoke which swept over the river and
concealed and now disclosed and con
cealed ajiain boats coming over from
th nrooklrn side. The noise of the
runs on 'Long Island also was louder
They were c!oer and there were more
gun3 firing. Aeroplanes one, two.
four, six -were in the air orer the East
rirer. and above the smoke from Brook
tvn a treat, clobular object swung and
cwnrml in the wind an observation
There was no sort of column about
the battalion as it debouched from
Chambers street. The men proceeded
merelv bunched tosetUer In company
crowds. Some of the recruits of E
mnr1l with r. flllu F with G. and so
on. Bnt they turned to the north in
fnlr order as they readied the water
frnnf T'.a shc'.-'a were still striking
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spent Sunday with his relaivest in
Mrs. J. E. Walker (nee Miss Edna
Smith) arrived from Sarasota Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, for a few days' visit to her sister,
Mrs. Frank Mustin.
Mrs. H. M. Hampton and children,
who have been spending the past five
months near Asheville, N. C, will
reach home about the 20th.
Mrs. Si Perkins; who has been visit visiting
ing visiting relatives in Kentucky the last
month or two, is expected to return
the latter part of this week.
Mrs. II. C. Jernigan, who will ar arrive
rive arrive from Lake City tomorrow to at attend
tend attend the Wesley Bible class meeting,
will be the guest of Mrs. Geo, L. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor while in the city.
Mr. Chas. W. Hunter arrived yes yesterday
terday yesterday from West Palm Beach, where
he is superintending a big job for the
Florida Utilities company, for a brief
visit to his family here.
Mrs. Mosher and Miss Fern Bell
have charge of Mrs. Thos. J. Morri Morrison's
son's Morrison's new millinery store .next to
Count's grocery; Mrs. Morrison is
expected to be here sometime soon.
The W. C. T. U. will hold a short
business session at the close of the
meeting of the federation of Wesley
Bible classes. The time of the meet meeting
ing meeting has been changed on this account.
Miss Louise 'Sanders, who is teach
ing at Lake. Butler, had to return
home last week, on' account of a slight
illness.1 A few days at home restored
her, and she returned to Lake Butler
"Mr." J.-B. Carlisle Jr. came up "from
Dunnellon Sunday, to se his Ocala
friends. He returned to Dunnellon
this morning, accompanied by Mrs.
Carlisle, who has been visiting her
sisters, the Misses Melin.
Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Avery and
daughter of Detroit, are in the city
the guests of Judge Lester Warner
and family. Mr. Avery, who is Judge
Warner's son-in-law, has been taking
lessons in fishing from the judge. Mr.
Avery is a prominent citizen of De Detroit
troit Detroit and has an important position
with the Ford Motor company.
A large and aggressive party from
Sanford came in yesterday, to attend
the Bible class meetings here. Among
them were Messrs. Henry Peabody,
R. M. Mason, J. T. Hutchinson, S. O.
Pinholser and R, H. Bronson. Mr. Pea Pea-body
body Pea-body is the youngest brother of Mr.
Clifford Peabody, and has visited
Ocala several times previously.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Townsend of
Lake Butler have been visiting their
place at Salt Springs, over on the
east side of the county. Salt Springs
is one of the greatest natural feat features
ures features of the state. It's a little ocean
stream bubbling up in the middle of a
continent, and some of these days is
going to be one of the greaKt water watering
ing watering places in America.
On account of the meeting of the
Wesley Bible Class Federation to be
held this week the Junior sewing
circle of the Methodist church will
meet Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock
instead of Wednesday afternoon, with
Mrs. Barrett at the residence of Mrs.
J. W. Davis on Oklawaha avenue. All
members are requested to be present.
Mrs. Mary H. Spencer the public i
health nurse, who stopped in the city
Saturday evening, on her way home!
from Crystal River, was taken sick
Sunday, and had to be taken to the
hospital. Mrs. Spencer is not serious
ly ill, but ; has probably ; overworked
herself recently and needs rest. Un Under
der Under the care of Miss Marshall and her
assistants, she will probably soon be
" That ever popular actress, Blanche
Sweet, appeared in "The Storm," at
the Temple Saturday." This is a new
play, and Qcala was one of the first
places to see it. Like all of those in
which Blanche Sweet appears, it was
of the highest merit. The only Billie
Burke makes her appearance at the
Temple this evening, in "Peggy," a
Triangle production. It's likely that
a large crowd will be out to see Billy.
v Mr. and Mrs. R. S. R6gers will leave
Wednesday for Chicago, where Mrs.
Rogers will remain some time with
their son, Irving 'Rogers, who will be
fat home with his regiment from the
Mexican border by the time they ar
rive. Mr. Rogers will return to Ocala
in a few weeks and will be here at
least for the winter. His friends, who
are many, hope he will eventually
come back to live permanently among
The friends of Dr. J. M. Gross, pas pastor
tor pastor of the Methodist church, deeply
sympathize with him in the great loss
which he has suffered in the death of
his mother, Mrs. Mary Gross, who
passed away at her home nearrWythe nearrWythe-ville,
ville, nearrWythe-ville, Va., "one day last week. Mrs.
Gross had reached her 83rd year, and
was the dearly beloved and honored
of all who knew her. The news of
his mother's passing has brought
deep sadness to Dr. Gross, but he
has the satisfaction of many sacred
memories he gathered on the occa occasion
sion occasion of his visit to her a few weeks
ago. On that occasion, he was called
to her bedside by the news of her ill illness,
ness, illness, but was able to return home
leaving her much better and stronger,
and in the hope that she would remain
with her loved ones for yet some
years. The Star joins his other
friends in sympathy for the good doc doctor.
Regular meeting of Ocala Chapter
N o. 29, O. E. S., will be this even evening
ing evening at 7:30, instead of Thursday
on account of the Masonic school of
instruction. After the meeting a re reception
ception reception will be held, having as honor
gnests Messrs. James Connell, Walter
Scott and Marcus Endell, the instruc instructors
tors instructors of the Masonic school.
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-:
nished, including new piano. Pretty
lawn, deep drilled .well of soft water,
barn and garage. Will not rent for a
short time. If interested apply in writ writing
ing writing to box 164, city. 29-tf
You mly 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
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 r Man' Who
Knows." Little's Shoe Parlor. 27-tf
Coca-cola made in Atlanta, made
famous in Ocala at Gerig's.
.When thirsty drink at Gerig's
Ocala's popular coca-cola fountain.
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.
NEW FALL GARDEN SEED NOW
Also Flower and Field Seeds
CHOICEST DRUGS AND DRUG DRUGGIST'S
GIST'S DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES
All mail orders carefully and
TYDINGS & COMPANY
Druggists and Seedsmen
Ocala, Florida. Telephoni No. 30
I E. C. JORDAN & CO.
I Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W: C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
PHONES 47, 104, 305
For AH 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 pub-b'sh
b'sh pub-b'sh the following information" for
those desiring to communicate with
members of the Second Florida In Infantry.
fantry. Infantry. All mail should be addressed
to Co. Second Florida
Infantry, Laredo, Texas. Regiment
leaves today. Officers and men in good
health and spirits. Everyone request requested
ed requested to send me magazines and papers.
I will see that-proper "distribution is
made; Reading matter will be much
Lucien A. Spencer,
Chaplain Second Florida Infantry.
PRIZES FOR TOE
CANNING CLUB GIRLS
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
rain 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 Commerce
merce Commerce 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
vegetables, $75. ;
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 exhibit
hibit exhibit from not less than ten girls, $100.
To the county sending the second
best exhibit from not less than ten
girls, $25. ;
Some girl will get that $75, and it
is only the girls who try, who ever
win.1- Now is the time to prepare for
this exhibit. We can safely promise
to sell all of your products at a reas reasonable
onable reasonable price, if they are of excellent
quality. ".. . .
You know Mrs. Okie Painter Will Williams'
iams' Williams' offer of a gold watch to the first
prize winner in each county. Mrs,
Williams has given fifty-one girls gold
watches. No girl who wins one is
eligible for a watch the second year.
No girl is eligible for the state prize
of $100, who has an irrigation plant
on her plot. This college is going to
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 certificates.-
We are happy trfat more Florida
girls are joining every year, and that
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,
Agnes Ellen Harriss,
State Home Demonstration Agent.
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
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
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 Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 10 a. m. t
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 8:05 p. m.
IT. H r T rr 1 m
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville,
7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack
sonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 -Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
FOR A MUDDY COMPLEXION
lis now a universally acknowledged necessity. No business man is if
prepared to meet the daily affairs of his business if he is not pro-
We represent not only the best fire insurance companies, but
also the highest class INDEMNITY' AND BONDING concerns in
the world. Talk is over with us.
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"Dead Time" charged to customers.
We are agents for and have in stock the celebrated
: Oldsmobile Light .Eight
Best Eight-Cylinder Car in the World
for the Money
Price at Ocala $1275.00
Grease, Oils, Gasoline and Automobile Accessories in. Stock
Plenty of room to store your car. Give us a trial. You need not
come again if we do not satisfy you.
: W.L. CARMICMAEL, Prop
J Located in Carmichael's Fire-Proof Building, N. Magnolia Street.
OCALA :-: FLORIDA
IE1 -YORK VI IUI 351
- VIA :
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
v Fare Includes Meali 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 AgentJ
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib crty SU Jacksonville, Florida.
THE WiIS IFIOTE1
""'":"'y"''y '' ''' ' -...i .
ah the Heart of the city with tiemmicg Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From ?l-50 per day per person to ?6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. K AVAN AUGH
Take 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.
Blalock Brothers, 107 Oklawaha
avenue, have established a curb gaso gasoline
line gasoline filling station. Open from 6 a. m.
to 9:30 p. m. 6-lm
Advertsie in the Star.
ACCOUNT OF CONFEDERATE VETERAN REUNION, OCT. 17-18-19
Tickets limited to reach original starting point by midnight October 22nd.
ATILAMTB AST LDwH
! STAND AUD KADLIiOAD OF THE SOUTH
OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, OCTOBER 9, 1916
PROGRAM FOR THE
WESLEY BIBLE CLASSES
ON THE DIAMOND
Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow aft
Dr. R. D. Fuller's office phone is
The Bible class meeting will begin
I tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock and
close Thursday morning at 11:30.
Tuesday, October 10
3 p. m. Devotional service, Rev. F.
E. Steinmeyer, chairman of Sunday
3:30 p. Address of President S.
D. Harris of St. Petersburg.
3:45 p. m. Appointment of com
'3:55 p. m. "Importance of Men's
The newest 60-inch tread Maxwells
are now in stock.
The new Maxwell cars are all 60
inch or wide tread. Keep this in mind.
Mr. Ben Rheinauer has been on the! 3 '
,SlCk llSt. I j. OA TnnnA nf Wnm
en's Classes" Mrs. J. M. Pedrick, Or
4:40 p." m. ''Wesley Class Activ-
' .wlities" Rev. L.-D. Lowe, Lakeland.
mr.x. rl uei uu. o. Devotional service, led.
by CoL J. IL Bunch of Jacksonville.
8 p. m. Addresses of welcome: For
the city and for the church, with re
Those new, long spring, deep and I nt. n, w
nff unVmlatArorf Mvwp11s hav arriv- UCA v"c" w"
I XT A e-tir--Vi Tj.ftn fla
ed. They are 60-inch tread. tf .r"
weanesaay, vciooer n
The largest line of millinery ever 8:45 a. m-Devotional service, P.
displayed in Ocala is now to be seen M. Ulsch, Jacksonville.
at Affleck Millinery Parlor, Ocala Business.
House block. tf 9:30 a. m. "Benefits of Wesley
; Class Work Among Our Young Peo
Mr. Grover McClure, one of the pie" Fred G. Warde Tampa.
young members of the Ocala bar. has 9:50 a. m. "Wesley Bible Classes
cone to Miama. where he will be em- in the Country" D. B. Sweat, Lees-
s ployed with a law firm. burg.
A deal was closed some days ago 10 :15 a. m" Wesley Bible Classes
whereby Mr. Schmidtman, for several and Our Advocate" Rev. J. Edgar
years connected with the Muclan Wilson, Lakeland.
farms, became owner of the Treasure
Island nurseries near Leesburg.
Mr. C. V. Miller is here from Tampa
on a business visit.
10:35 a. m. "Intermediate Wesley
Bible Classes" Dr. J. H. Therrell
11:15 a. m. "Teachers' Ideals"-
'M. Way, secretary Atlantic 'division.
2:30 p. m. Devotional service, L,
.E. M. Finch, commercial agent for C. Hull, Plant City.
the A. C. LJ, was in the city a few Election of officers, etc.
days this week in the interest of his
company. Parry Herald.
All kinds of seed for fall garden;
now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.
3 :45 p. m. "Christian Fellowship
Banquets, Socials, Etc." Mrs. A. C
4:10 p. m. "Wesley Bible Classes
and Our College" Dr. R. H. Alder
Mr, Marcus Frank left on the early (man.
morning Seaboard for New York, 7:30 p. m. Devotional service
where he enters into the wholesale dry 8 p. m. -"Co-operation" Dr. J. H
goods business with one of the oldest Therrell.
firms in the city. His Ocala interests 9:15 p. m. Wesley Bible classes
will be in charge of Mr. Max Israel- and district organization.
son. .- i 9:35 t. m.- 'Stracreiers j.- m,
iss Ida Eley wishes to announce 9:55 p. m. "Wesley Bible Class
to her Ocala friends that she is show- Work in Florida" Rev A. H. Cole
ing up-to-date millinery at the par- Dade City.
lors of Mrs. T. W. Tillman in Palatka, Reports of committees, etc
and will be delighted to fill personally 11 p." m. "A Vision of the Future"
any orders sr.nt her from Ocala. Miss I Dr. C. D. Bulla.
Eley will be personally s remembered I Closing.
as head trimmer at the Affleck Mil- : Benediction.
linery Parlors last season. 5-6t
Miss Minnie Stovall and little Miss
Mr. C. P. Howell is an up-to-date Susan Stovall of Tampa, arrived on
farmer, but he takes a lot of stock in the beaDoara nmitea tms aiiemoon
signs that many inexperienced people for a visit with Mrs. Mamie Howse
denounce as superstitious. He has Stovall at ner nome on uiuawana ave
closely observed such things as thenue
thickness of the shuck, how the hof
nets build their nests, eronndhoe- dav. Airs. Marcus r ranK today presented
- j l.-
the light and dark of the moon, and to ine pudhc uurary two ueaumu
says their results are according to the large ferns, lhey are very mucn ap
orderly processes of nature. preciatea Dy tne laaies in cnarge.
Flower seeds and bulbs of all kinds
at the Ocala Seed Store.
Mr. Moffett of. North Ucaia and a
friend will be treated to coca-cola in
bottles, that delightful drink, if they
will call at the store of Mr. J. D.
Small and present this notice. The
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works. ..
Mr. Fred T. .Hocker, a well known
attorney of Ocala, was a. prominen
visitor who spent a part .of the week
in the city on legal business. Palatka
Seed oats, seed rye and. rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
There was a good and much needed
rain Saturday night, and Sunday was
a lovely Indian summer day. There
was a good crowd out at the springs,
and those who went in bathing found
the water more pleasant than the
Sunday before, when it was decidedly
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith and two
children returned to their "home near
Ocala this morning after a two weeks
visit here at the home of Mr. and Mrs
W. H. Freeman Clearwater Sun.
For service first, trade at Gerig's
Ocala's best' drug store.
The new Maxwell cars have longer
and easier, riding springs, deeper and
softer upholstering, dash lights, gaso
line gauges, new stormproof ? wind
shield and other improvements. Plenty
in stock. The yare all 60-inch tread
The first tramp of the season struck
Bell, llo. "I am the mother cf five
chiKlrcn. With my first four I had so
much trouble with
etc., that I dreadea
the ordeal again un until
til until one of my friends
. advised me to take
. Dr. Pierce's Favor
which acted so well
i Kw'm fear passed away.
Bcription' did mo bo
much good that all
my discomfort subsided. My doctor was
much surnrised as I was sick but one-
hour.'' Mks.W.C.ToWnsekd, R.F.D. 1.
Arcadia. Fla." i consider your i avor-
ite Prescrirticn' v.'ithout a superior for a
woman whose ailments "are peculiar to
her sex. No matter what her ill health is
due to it can bo benefited by this medi-
' cine that is. such as come from female
troubles. In my case I had terrible
bearing-down pains nth dull pains 'in
my back to such an extent that I could
not etand up long enough "to wash dishes.
1 was tired and weak all the tune and had
to lie down the greater part of the time.
My stomach was in such bad state that
I could not retain anvthine I took into
it, not even .water. The 'Favorite Pre Pre-ecription't
ecription't Pre-ecription't not only brought relief from
these symptoms but I believe it made
childbirth easier." Mrs. T: D. Drawdt.
Young mothers who preserve the
cliarms of face and figure, in spite of
an increasing" family and. the care of
growing children are always to be envied.
" Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription
gives the strength and health upon which
happy rotherrKDu oeprnds. It prao-i
tscaiiv ic :nviy with t!:e pains ot ma-
tcmitv. It cnJ;les the mother to nour-
Lh tLc in.'oi.t i!fo d;- ending on her.
"rit' 1.-. ri-r"r .li:ifT-J.f N. Y., foil
Mr. R. E. Hathway, a Jacksonville
iiei'neea man "wnn is irti"Alnr5rnr t.TlP
Nitra germ inoculation, is in t
Burson seamless hose at Little'
Shoe Parlor. 27-tf
The best poker hand .is made
up of calling cards.
Small brothers often come in
handy as engagement breakers.
Judicious use of "soft soap"
has prevented many a black eye.
The chap with the sunny dis disposition
position disposition has a shade the best
A good job can easily dodge
a man who has a lame reputa reputation.
tion. reputation. The leap-year girl still has
plenty, of time to look before
About half the time the aver average
age average man is forced to grin and
Hope Is an excellent stimu stimulantif
lantif stimulantif there ia anything for
it to stimulate.
A shrewd man is watting at
the door when he expects op opportunity
portunity opportunity to knock.
(Continued from First Page)
1 want what I ask for
I know; what it would
mean to go home -without
it. Mother won't take
chances she's sure of
: Calumet sure oflight,
wholesome, tasty' bak
ings of positive, uni
form results-of purity
and economy. You try
i lay aside your
favorite brand once
and you'll never go
back to it. Calu-'
met 13 the world's
best Baking Pow-
ilcr it s moder
ate in price.
Brooklyn: Mowry hit to third, Gard
iner threw wild and aiowry was sale
at first on the error. Olson out, sac
rifice pitcher to first, Mowry taking
second. Miller was out on a pop fly
to catcher in front of the plate, andi
Smith was out on a fly to left, Lewis,
for Boston, making a great catch. No
runs, no hits, one error.
Boston: Hooper was out, pitcher to
first on the first pitcher ball. Janvrin i
popped out to third. Walsh out pop
fly to third. No runs; no hits, no er
... FOURTEENTH INNING
Brooklyn: Johnston was outi short
i to first. Daubert was out on a fly to
center. .Myers was out, short to first.
No hits, no runs, no errors.
Boston: Hoblitzel got his fourth
pass of the game. Smith is evidently
afraid of him. Lewis sacrificed on a
bunt to pitcher to first, Hoblitzel tak
ing second. McNally is now running
for Hoblitzel. Gaynor batting for
Gardner singled to left, McNally
i - r
scoring the winning run. Une run,
one hit, no errors.
Brooklvn .. .. ............... 1
H A HNS
NEWS FROM COMPANY A
rOj Receded Highest iotj
' jVnW Can.
Mrs. Fannie Anthony received two
messages today irom ner son is ea,
with Company A' of the Second regi
ment. The first was mailed in Louis
iana, and said the company was hav
ing a fine trip; everything was pleas
ant and the boys felt well repaid for I
their hard work. The second was a
brief message, written on an army
biscuit, just as the train was enter
ing San Antonio, and said everybody j
was welL Mrs. Anthony also had a
letter from her daughter, Mrs. H. C.
Webb, at Houston, who met the trains
conveying the soldiers in that city,
and had quite a little visit with her
brother and friends in Company A.
Mrs. Webb wrote that she and Mr.
Webb intended to eo to Laredo soon
and visit the regiment.
HAVE the following used cars at big bar bargains
gains bargains Cash or Time Payments: v
One Ford Touring Car
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 mo dern improvements.
Call at Star office if interested.
Cheap and big can Baking Powders do not
save you money. Calometdoes it's Pure
and far superior to sour milk and soda.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL. NEEDS
FOR SALE-rJersey cow lately calfed.
Good, milker. Will sell on account of
having another milk cow. s J. Winter,
Eastlake,. Fla.' 10-9-6t
FOR SALE Seven year old horse
(black), set of harness, rubber tired
buggy, light wagon, and saddle. Ap
ply to Joseph Anderson, the plumber, I
Ocala, Fla. ?-6t ;
The Times-Union of Sunday con
tains an account of a pretty home
weddiner at Waverlv: Ga.. in which
Miss Bessie Louise Lang of Waverly
was married to Mr. Egbert Hugh
Rhodes. Mr. Rhodes is a young busi
ness man of Jacksonville, f and his
bride is a cousin of Mr. Louis Lang of
this city.,, ,. N
Messrs. Geo. W. Allen of Key West,
. . i ii
a canaiaate ior Erovernor. anu ouiei-1
prominent republicans, who will ad address
dress address the people of Ocala from the
i bandstand tonieht. are at the Har
Mr. S. J. McCully. the trucker and
stockman of Berlin, and one of the
best boosters for corn raising in, Mar
ion countv. :was among the "Star's
pleasant callers today.
Dr. D. C. Stiles Jr., of the Commer
cial Bank, Mr. Ed. Tucker of the Ford
garage and Mr. A. A. Vandenbrock,
the cigar manufacturer, left this aft
ernoon for a day's business visit to
LaDor's Share of the Profit.
Income-tax returns prove that the
well-to-do are earning more money
than ever before. Reports of railroads
and Industrial companies show that
they are earning on the average larger
profits than they ever earned in the
past. The general advance in wages
all over this country, emnhaslzed bv
United States Steel's announcement
of another increase Involving $15,000,-
000, proves also that the American
workingman is getting more money in
his pay envelope than was ever put in
it in any previous year. Every com commodity,
modity, commodity, or at least every essential one,
is higher In price, and so the entire
land has bean lifted upon a plane
hitherto untouched. Bie nrofits. biz
wages and big prices go hand in hand.
When prices are high commodities ap
pear to be scarce, and when wages are
higher labor Is least plentiful. Today
there Is a genuine dearth of labor In
the United States, which contrasts
with endless lines at soup kitchens
and two millions idle a7few years ago.
, Democratic Right to Be Proud.
Much has been" said of the federal
reserve system ae a constructive act
of legislation. But all that has been
said of It in this character as a fact
for peace is outdone In what Is now
said of it as a fact for war by Im
partial observers at a distance and
speaking in the light of the greatest
cataclysm ever known to the world.
There has been no political maxim
in this country more arrogantly ex exploited
ploited exploited by its formulators than that
the Republican Is the party of con construction
struction construction and the Democratic the party
of destruction. But the fact remains
that this greatest act of legislative
construction; In over fifty years Is the
work of the so-called party of destruc destruction
tion destruction a work achieved in the nick of
time against the Insistent neglect of
the so-called party of construction. :
FOR SALE One "33' model Hudson the metropolis.
auto, in good shape; extra inner tube.
Cheap for cash. Apply to I. M. Bar
rett, 303 Watula St Ocala. 7-3t
WANTES 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
Mr. L. W Duval has returned from
Jacksonville, where he attended the
meeting of -the state democratic ex-
from a visit to
Easterlinsr is home
QUICK SALE WANTED Ten acre
tract of land, xk mile f rom Hollister,
on A. C. L, Title guaranteed by Title
Guaranty Co. of Jacksonville. Best of
fer accepted. Money needed in other
business. J. R. Shultz, Newark, Dela
Harry Himes, a prominent business
man of Jacksonville, is at the Ocala
House for the week.
Surely a CaH for Wilson.
It is no time to put a demagogue In
the presidential office. It is no time
to put a logomachlst there. The hour
is a rude hour. The circumstances of
the situation are realities that will
crush all that is artificial. We want
no artificiality, no humbug. The need
Is for naked strength. American man manhood
hood manhood stripped of all shams, the habit
of thought that la sure and silent, aa
all strong things are. Providence
' EAT OYSTERS
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, Healthf ul ul-ness
ness ul-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 Barreil.
GULF FISH A OYSTER COIVIPArJY
Crystal River "our's are better Florida
r 1 1 z- 7?-- --
We do not charge you credit prices,
for we sell for cash only. Bring your
nocket or check book. Little's Shoe
FOR SALE Two March hatched Ply
mouth Rock cockerels; good stock; 75
cents each. B. N. Dosh. 6-6t
FOR SALE An upright piano; in
srood condition: attractive price. Or
wil Irent. Phone 242. 4-tf-
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract. ?J per
ounce. Gerig's. tf
Republicans Have No Issue.
The Democrats p-i-e enacting a great
constructive program, and dealing with
great problSj cautiously and with
gooa results as a ruie. x ne peopie are
realizing that In a critical time ilk
this it would be hazardous to trust
the Republican party, and there Is not
one pledge that they can make In sin sincerity
cerity sincerity that the people would be Justi Justified
fied Justified 'tn considering seriously.
The Republican party has no issue.
Threatenend Scarcity of Tin.'
Most of the world's sources of tin
ore are either stationary or receding
in output, Bolivia of all countries
alone giving promise of permanence
and future growth. ;
FOR RENT Two furnisned rooms;
borhood. Mrs. A. M." Perry, Herbert HOW CATARRH IS CONTRACTED
The Onfy Righteous Man.
We suppose Colonel Roosevelt loves
this country as much as could be ex expected,
pected, expected, considering the number of
liars, scoundrels and all-round male
factors he regards it to contain.
LOST On Lake Weir road to Ocala,
gray overcoat.. Initials D. T. J. in inside.
side. inside. Finder will be suitably reward
ed by returning to D. T. Jeff coat,
Ocala, Fla. 10-3-6t
FOR RENT Upstairs furnished for
light housekeeping; : city and cistern
water. Rent reasonable. -Mrs. P. H.
Gillen, No. I S. 5th St.
FOR RENT A well located cottage
cf five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap
ply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
Mothers at6 sometimes so thought
less as to neglect the colds which their (
children contract. The inflammation
of the mucous membrane, at first
lar-ute. becomes chronic and the child
has chronic catarrh, a disease that is
seldom cured and that may prove a
life's burden. Many persons who
have this Iothsome disease wilt re
member having had frequent colds at ;
the time it was contracted. A little
forethought, a bottle of Chamberlain's
Coue-h Remedv iudiciously used, and
all this trouble might have been avoid-1
ed.' Obtainable everywhere.
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL
Easy to See.Colonel's Aims.
The colonel declares that the pro protective
tective protective tariff must not be the Repub Republican
lican Republican issue. The reason is plain. On
that issue some other man might' be
nominated. But of heroism and 'the
nation's soul" the colonel has a snug
little monopoly. ;
In Many Years are Now
Any one wanting mules should see them
before buying. Prices are right and re re-member
member re-member they are the guaranteed kind.
.. Country Is Not Complaining.
Of course nothing is ever done right
undea Democratic president, and yet
the country gets along extraordinarily
welL It is better off than any other
country in the world.
Advertsie in the Str.
WANTED To seil Maxwell roadster
in good condition, for $150. Time pay
ments if desired. Address; Box 482,
Ocala, Fla. 28-tf
When you have plumbing or elec
trical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none j
too small, tf H. W. Tucker.
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
Treat in Store for the Boarders.
"Ma," queried the small daughter of
the boarding housekeeper, "what shall
I do with these basting threads?"
"Give them to me and I will stir them
Into the frosting for the cocoanut
cake," said her mother. Youth's Com
"You haven't get anything on my
husband," said the woman in the drug
store, "Oh, yes, I have" replied the
druggist;. "he's wearing a porous plas plaster
ter plaster he hasn't paid me for yet."
Little Eda's mother had been pre presented
sented presented with a watch for Christmas,
and it was quite small. The first time
Eda saw It she exclaimed. Oh, mam mamma,
ma, mamma, what a young watch you have!"
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
. 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.jn.
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
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 f 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. an.
1 CARPENTER AND BUTLDER
Careful Estimates mrde on all Con
tiact work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Othar
Contractor in the city.
WITH YOUR CAR
Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles i3 my business.
Honest, efficient service; you pay for f
the time put in on your car only. J.
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone I
Ocala, Fla. ... 9-16-tf I
WHEN YOU TAKE COLD j
With the average man a cold is a f
serious matter ana snouia not De i
trifled with, as some of the most dan-
gerous diseases start with a common ?
cold. Take Chamberlains Cough;;
Remedy and get rid of your cold as
quickly as possible. You are not ex-'t
perimenting when you use this rem- I
edy, as it has been in use for many f
years and has an established reputa-
tion. It contains no opium or ether f
narcotic, Obtainable everywhere.
For Puiffs Safety. f
The mayoA of the city and his cabt
net were solemnly considering the
problem of safety in the streets.' The!
police commissioner tad stated hi a
views and others proposed various
legislative measures to control vehicle j
drivers and pedestrians. Finally it
was the turn of the corporation coun-f
eel to speak. "I think," he said with!
Judicial calm, that what we need 13 an t
ordinance to make the girls wear long-1
er skirt. Then fewer men would get!
run over In the streets." j
, When you feel discouraged and de-f
gpondent do not give up but take ft
dose of Chamberlain's Tablets ar
you are almost certain to feel at
right within a day or two. 'Despond-;
ency is very often due to indigestion I
and biliousness, for which these tab-:
lets are especially valuable. Obtain-'
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