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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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WEATHER FORECAST
Fair tonight and Thursday except
probably showers north portion state
tonight; warmer Thursday in extreme-"
northwest portion.

OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER. 11, 1916
VOL. 22 NO. 236
M
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Calls from Both

(l!CE WAR BEGAN,
London, Oct. 11 British troops are
jithin two miles of Seres, one of the
pst important towns in Greek Mace Mace-Lnia,
Lnia, Mace-Lnia, occupied by Bulgarians. The
ritish statements from Saloniki an an-lunced
lunced an-lunced the capture of the towns of
ipalova and Prosenik, -east of the
ruma river. The sustained charac charac-r
r charac-r of the British offensive indicated
at serious operations have finally
irted on the Macedonian front,
'oavy fighting-' has occurred in both
Je Struma region and south and
jutheast of Monastir. These opera opera-,ms
,ms opera-,ms were probably undertaken to re re-I
I re-I ve pressure on the Rumanians, who
ansylvania.
Vienna reported the repulse of Ru-
inian attacks, stating the Ruman-
ns were being pushed into the moun-
UTTLE NEWS FROM LEMBERG
Austria reported the repulse of
jils of the great battle for the pos-
cjTti i f T .ayi Vti tirnvn mirAti
ON THE WESTERN FRONT
jOn the Somme front Paris reported
ther French advances. In the
sges the Germans penetrated the
anch line but were driven out.
ER TWELVE BILLION
LARS
DOL-
rhe bill for a credit of twelve billion
rks will be presented to the Ger Ger-n
n Ger-n Reichstag soon. Thi3. brings
rmany's total since the war started
sixty-four billion marks.
ITAIN NEEDS ANOTHER BIL-
I LION AND A HALF
Premier Asquith" was to 'introduce
the house "of commons today a bill
vote a credit of approximately one
lion five hundred million dollars.
f.
s is the thirteenth credit asked
le the war started, bringing the
il to approximately fifteen billion
1 hundred and sixty million dollars.
ItLIN SAYS INVASION OF RU RUMANIA
MANIA RUMANIA HAS BEGUN-
,'cutonic forces have begun the in in-ion
ion in-ion of Rumania, according to a
ii-ofilcial German announcement
h said the Bavarian troops which
. :rcd Rothenthurm Pass had
'scd the border. A Berlin official
'.oment said the Rumanians were
l ated at Kronstadt and are now be
j pursued. Reports have been re reed
ed reed that the Rumanians also met
. at at'Altualley. ;
I TEUTONS ARE TRAPPED
" erlin announced that Germans in
salient nroiectintr toward Ver-
idoviliers, on the Somme front,
j surrounded by the French.
TOR RURAL
CARRIER EXAMINATION
no United States civil service com-
ion has announced an examina
.'. for the county of Marion, to be
H at Ocala on Nov. Hi 1916- to fill
'position of motor rural carrier at
a. The salary on motor routes
res from $1,500 o $1,800 per an
i. The examination will be open
' to male citizens who are actively
1 leiled in' the territory, supplied
mail by a postoffiqe in the county.
ication blanks may be obtained
'M Ocala postoffice or from the U
vil Service Commission at Wash
Jo, D. C. The appointee to this
Uon will be required to furnish
i liih and operate a modern motor
le with a carrying capacity o
t less than 800 pounds.
( o you suiter with pains and
W' in the ankle or ton of the
,-cr with callouses on the sole?
I t: 5 give you instant comfort and
isricnt relief. "The Man Who
; s." Little's Shoe Parlor. 27-tf

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British and German Govern

ments for Fresh Credits

GERMA11Y HAS SPEIIT SIXTY-FOUR BJLLlOn
THREE BILUOII POUIIDS STERLIIIB

(Associated Press)
A FALSE Mil
Submarine Reported Off .Savannah:
Believed to be in Same Class
with the Sea Serpent
(Associated Press)
Savannah, Oct. 11. If a submarine
is lurking in he south' Atlantic, as
was unofficially reported yesterday, it
successfully evaded detection today.
Credence given first, reports had" di
minished to such an extenjt, Captain
Glover of the British steamer Noya,
announced he expected to sail today.
he British consul and local customs
officials who yesterday said they heard
a submarine was off the coast, today
stated the report was based on "street
rumors
Steamers Arriving in .New York
Report No Unusual Occur Occurrences
rences Occurrences at Sea
(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 11. Steamships ar
riving here today from the; east and
south observed nothing to indicate the
presence of a German submarine off
he American coast. There was no
unusual activity at sea, the arrivals
said. No- entente warships were
sighted.
DELEGATES TO THE
BIBLE CLASSES
.. f .... ... -
.JThe following delegates to the Wes Wes-ey
ey Wes-ey Bible classes are at the Ocala
House:
P. M. Ulsch, Mrs. E. M. Lane, J.J.
Pratt, J. L. Kilgore, Chas. W. Dudley,
J. N. Warfield, H. W. Black, Jackson
ville; Fred Ward, Rev., I. C. Jenkins,
W. M." Poage, Miss O. M. Hooper, Mrs.
F. R. Berry, Mrs. A. K.. Grambling,
Mrs. H. Blaine Peacock, C. W. Earn-
shaw, S. C. Peacock. Tampa; J. W.
Dorsey, R. H. Cooper, Palatka; W. O.
Lemanters and wife, Mrs. G. C. La
nier, Mrs. D. Springstead, Chas. .B.
Galloway; Brooksville ; F. E. Stein-
meyer and wife, James Maughton, A.
R. ChappelL F. F. Foster, John: D.
Jenkins, N. W. Taylor, E. F. House
holder, J. F. McClelland, T. D. Hayes
and wife. Miss Zachary, W. A. Zach
ary, Mrs. Roberts, Miss Roberts, Miss
Munson. J. A. Young, W. W. Aber
natiiy and wife, L. P. Flagan and wife,
Mrs. W. H. Sharpe, Mrs. J. M. Maye,
Mrs. B. Stephens, Mrs. H. L. Gibson,
Mrs. C P. Herndon, Mrs. W. P. Fields,
Mrs. P. M. Elder Miss Robeson, San
ford; Myrtle Brown, Clearwater;
Lowell Rivers, Sutherland; E. C. Mc
Laughlin, Mrs. W. N. Rogers, RI E.
Maye, Arcadia; S. Phillips, Williston;
L. D. Lowe, Lakeland; D. B. Swan,
Leesburg; M. H. Norton, Bartow;
Smith Hardin, Orlando; H. L. Good
win. Center Hill; W. J. Hooten, Cen Center
ter Center Hill; Chester DeRoche, Braden-
town; D. A, Cole, Zolfo; A, T. Pattello
E. II. Talton, DeLand; J. D. Harris
and wife, St. Petersburg; John Powell,
E. A. Spencer, B. S. Rauce, Alachua;
S. H. Martin, Fort McCoy; John Rod
oric, Otter Creek; J. Edgar Wilson,
Lakeland; R. F. Hudnutt and wife
Plant TCity; Douglas Bailey, Charlie
Brown, William Sevanbough, Winter
Haven.
FOR A MUDDY COMPLEXION
Take Chamberlain's Tablets ana
arfoot 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.

SAW tin SUDS

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MARKS AND
BRITAIII OVER
Believed to Belong. to British Steamer
Kiugstonian, Sunk by German
Submarine Sunday
(Associated Press)
Newport Oct. 11. The finding of
five abandoned ship's boats by the
Spanish steamer Antonio "Lopez, and
reported in a wireless' relayed to the
naval station by Nantucket lightship,
is considered in naval circles as sug suggesting
gesting suggesting a possible trace of the crew
of the steamer Kingstonian, reported
torpedoed by a German submarine
Sunday.'; Naval authorities have sus
pended. search for the crew. Part of
the message was unintelligible.
BOYS' CORN CLUBS
SHOULD GET BUSY
Ocala, FIa.r Oct. 111916.
Marion County Corn Club Boys.
My Dear Boys: Now is the time for
every boy in the corn club to begin
to get his record book in shape. Don't
ran to gatner your acre ana maKe a
rep"brt. If you have a small yield and
are a little bit ashamed; of it, just
show yourself to be a boy of charac
ter and report just what you made and
then prepare to do better next year.
I expect to give every boy a chance
to join the Pig Club for 1917, who has
his acre for corn well broken and a
cover crop such as oats or rye growing
on it by January 1st. Our pigs for
all boys will be -a small gilt from 10
to 12 weeks old and valued at $10.
Every boy in the club will have the
same size pig This includes the boys
whp are members of this year and
have grown "sows as they will take one
of their small pigs and ; work with
that. It would not be fair to let
them have a grown hog and the new
members a young pig so all will have
the small gilts while of course the old
members will go right on with their
old sow and make money from her.
No boy will be elegible for the 1917
Pig Club unless he has his acre brok broken
en broken and the cove crop planted by Jan January
uary January 1st.' Of course a boy who is do doing
ing doing something which will take 7 the
place of a cover crop such as penning
cattle on his acre will be allowed to
enter without the cover crop but ev
ery boy mast have his acre broken
good and deep by January 1st. This
covers all boys, both old members and
new members. But in addition to this
no boy from this year's Corn : Club
will be taken into the Pig Club if he
fails to report on his acre and exhibit
his ten ears of corn at the Fair thi3
fall.
These rules are hard and fast and
must be observed by every boy who
wishes to join the Pig Club. Any boy
who does not follow these rules need
not apply. A boy who does not take
interest enough in his club work to
report is too sorry to have a pig and
won't be allowed in the Pig Club.
Now we must all pull together and
work to make the Marion County Corn
and Pig- Clubs the best in the state
and it will take good work and plenty
of it as several of the counties are
doing better work at the present time
Remember that Marion county needs
ycur work and get busy; make out
your reports, select your best ten ears
of corn and be ready for 'the "Fair.
It is more creditable for you to make
a low yield and report than to try to
slide out by not reporting. I will see
every one of you before the fair and
go over your report and help you in
any way I can. Yours for success,
R. W. Blacklock, County Agt.
We do not charge you credit prices.
for we sell for cash only. Bring your
pocket or check book. Little's Shoe
Parlor. 27-tf

SEE THE
I
(Special to
Jacksonville, Oct. 11. The demo democratic
cratic democratic campaign committee has opened
headquarters in the Heard building
and gone to work to carry out the
general plan perfected at the commit committee
tee committee meeting here last Saturday. Sten Stenographers
ographers Stenographers and clerks were busy yes yesterday
terday yesterday getting out letters and shaping
up information to place in the hands
of the voters.
The committee has had prepared
and is nowjeady to be turned over to
the printer for publication a complete
illustrated campaign booklet showing,
by reproductions of the tally book
pages, errors made in various coun counties
ties counties by the inspectors and clerks of
the election and shows up in an un un-unanswerable
unanswerable un-unanswerable and convincing manner
how the votes of the other candidates,
on account of the misunderstanding of,
the proper method of counting second
choice votes were made to count for
Mr. Catts for the reason that his
name appeared first on the ticket. No
argument so strong, as these illustra illustrations
tions illustrations could be advanced to prove that
Catts was never entitled to have re--ceived
va certificate or to have been
considered the nominee of the party.
No democrat who will take the time
to examine the facts this booklet con contains
tains contains and has any respect for the will
of the voters, as expressed on the bal ballot,
lot, ballot, or for his obligation he took when
he participated in the primary, can
refuse to support the democratic nom nominee.
inee. nominee. W .r ,.'-: 1 -vj ,.v r'l 'i
f "Itineraries for speakers are being
arranged by the committee and they
will be advertised just as soon as
completed. Mr. Knott will likely be begin
gin begin his campaign at St. Augustine or
Palatka and will open with a speech
either Friday or Saturday. Next week
Mr. Knott will likely go into Suwanee,
Hamilton, Madison, Taylor, Lafayette
and Columbia counties. From two to
three speeches will be made daily.
Picnics and barbecues will be arrang
ed and every possible efforfTput forth
to have a large- crowd to meet the
iiead of the -state ticket at all of his
appointments. Nothing will be left
undone by the committee to show the
democratic voters of Florida that they
have no justifiable reason for, desert deserting
ing deserting the-democracy to take up with in
dependents or the prohibition party
that is run by John P. Coffin and wife,
assisted by their son, who has been
nominated to oppose Congressman
rank Clark, "democratic nominee for
Congress in the second district. In
formation is coming to the committee
headquarters from the second con
gressional district to the effect that
many of the Catts clubs have secretly
endorsed Mr. Coffin for Congress and
hat it was the encouragement offered
y these organizations that .prompted
Mr. Coffin to put his son in the race
j.or congress, uunng tne primary
campaign Mr. Coffin worked and so
licited, votes for Mr. Catts and it is
alleged that he has been making his
political headquarters in the same
rooms here in Jacksonville that are
known as the Catts club headquarters.
The convention that was held here in
Jacksonville a few weeks ago. and
nominated Mr. Catts was held in the
room that the Guardians of Liberty
and Patriotic Sons of America hold
their meetings. The convention was
held behind closed doors and about the
only information that was ever given
to the public was that the convention
was held and that Mr. Coffin Sr. was
chairman, Mrs. Coffin secretary, and
Mr. Coffin Jr. was chairman of the
committee on platform and resolu resolutions,
tions, resolutions, and that they had nominated a
state ticket, headed v by Sidney J.
Catts for governor.
FUNERAL OF MR. LIVINGSTON
The funeral services of Mr. R. R.
Livingston, whose death was reported
yesterday, occurred this afternoon at
2:30 o'clock from the Shady Grove
churck-in that neighborhood. Mr. Liv
ingston came here with his two grown
sons several years ago from Suwanee
county. He was 73 years of age and
apparently in fair health. No cause is
known for his taking his own life. One
of his sons remained on the farm,
about a mile south of Capt. Pyles'
home and the other worked at Lowell
for Mr. Meffert. E. C. Jordan & Co.
conducted the funeral services.
' The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.

STATE WILL

HAS

WAGED

HOTTEST CI II ESI THAT
SIIICE SEVM

the Star)
B. UUSIIIG
IS MYSTERIOUS
Proceeding to Washington from Long
Branch but Has Nothing to Say
for Publication
(Associated Press) :
Long, Branch, Oct. 11.- Secretary
Lansing, who refused to discuss the
conferences he had with the president
here, left this morning for. Washing
ton. It was reported that Mr. Lans
ing would stop at Atlantic City to
confer with members of the Mexican Mexican-American
American Mexican-American joint commission, but at the
executive offices here it was said he
indicated no such errand.
CAPT.BRIGGS KILLED
Popular Hotel Man at Homosassa Re
ceived a Fatal Blow in a
Wrangle with a Negro
' (Special to the Star) :'
f
Homosassa, Oct. 11.- T. D. Briggs
died at 8 o'clock this morning as the
result of a blow dealt by a negro
named Chisholm at 5 o'clock yesterday
afternoon.
Chisholm had been hunting on the
properties of the Rendezvous, a hotel
operated by Mr. Briggs, and after he
had been taken to task about it.
struck. Capt. Briggs over the eye it is
said with his fist. There was nothing
serious contemplated from the blow at
fix st but it seems that.an artery was
broken which caused cerebral hemor hemorrhages.
rhages. hemorrhages. Several hours after the oc occurrence
currence occurrence Mr. Briggs began to Jose
consciousness and never rallied.
Mr. Briggs has for a number of
years been proprietor of the Rendez Rendezvous,
vous, Rendezvous, having moved here from Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia in 1910, and was very popular
not only with his neighbors but with
the traveling public, and his death is
quite a blow to the community. Chis Chisholm
holm Chisholm was taken to the Inverness jail
last night to await developments, and
is now in a celL It is intimated there
may be a lynching.
Mr. jBriggs was a man of about
forty-five years and leaves a wife.
Funeral arrangements have not yet
been announced.7
VISITING MASONS
Up to noon today the following
Masons had arrived in the city to at
tend the school of instruction:
J. A. Murrell, J. M. Mosely, W. E.
Christian, J. C. Ferguson, Mcintosh;
C. C Davis, Eastman, Ga.; L. F. Boy
er, Freeport, 111.; E. W. Bunker
Palm Beach; R, H. Stodden, H. D.
Myers, S. W. Sargent, Avon Park; F.
B. Bryan, Kissimmee; H. Norris,
H. B. Shaw, J. N. Shedd, C. A. Tre-
mere, H. C. Groff, D. C. Stanley, C P.
Davis, A. D. Mitchell, J. F. Hames, M.
M. Foxworth, T. P. HalL Belleview;
Earl Holloway, C M. Curry, Key
West;; P. H. Cooper, Harmon Hall, W.
R. Bryce, S. H, Martin, Fort McCoy;
H. J. Fisher, Largo; J. B. Gaines, L.
L. Kenney. J. Akin' Lee, Leesburg;
W. Scott, Fort Meade; Marcus En
del, Jacksonville; James Carnell, .Or-
mond; R. E. McMahon, Dade City; J
H. Pratt, Leesburg; Chester D.
Ricker, Bradentown; E P. Clarke, J.
J. Harris, "W. L. Aldridge, Emorey
Priest, A. G. McKean, E. F. Mitchell,
Morriston ; C M. Mathews, Williston j
N. J. Hooten, H. L. Goodwin, Center
Hill; J. P. Harrell, H. W. Henry, Ok-
lawaha; W. C. White, John G. Bal
lard, Electra; J. W. Atkurs. E. W.
Hill. B. H. Bridges, Coleman; G. R.
Reddick, Cotton Plant; W. S. Pope, J
Otes Hall, Winter Park; A. T. Pa-
tillo, DeLand. : x
Coca-cola made in Atlanta, made
famous in Ocala at Gerig's.
All kinds of seed for fall garden
now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.

Begins to Look like Victory
for Boston

TEAM FROM BEANTOWil TODAY
OF SiX

(Associated Press)

New York. Oct. ll.-The weather
today is more favorable than yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, it being clear and cool, for the
burth of the world series games.
The gates of the park were opened
at 11 o'clock and the stand filled up
slowly. At 12:22 p. m. the Brooklyn
team lead by MiUer came on the field,
the RedSox lead by Duffy Lewis fol-
owing a few minutes later.
SPECIAL REPORT
The betting on the series is three to
one today, inavor of the Red Sox.
itchers for today look like Leonard.
a southpaw, or Shore, a right-hander
for Boston, and Marquard, who is
Robinson's best bet for a left-hander,
or Cheney, a right-hand spit-ball ar
tist for Brooklyn. :
UMPIRES
Quigley at the plate.
Dineen on. bases.
O'Day in left field.
Connolly in right field. '
FIRST INNING
Boston: Hooper, the first man up,
was out, pitcher to first. Janvrin went
out via the same route 4 as Hooper.
Walker fanned, making the third out
for the inning. No runs, no hits, no
errors. -,
Brooklyn: Johnston tripled to cen-
terfield.on the first pitched ball. My
ers singled to right, Johnston going
home amid great cheering. Merkle
got his base on balls, Myers taking
second. Wheat forced Merkle at sec second,
ond, second, Myers going Jto third. Cutshaw
up and first ball pitched went as a
ball being a wild pitch. Wheat going
to second. Cutshaw hit to second and
Janvrin fumbled, Myers scoring, and
Wheat going to third. Cutshaw was
safe at first. Cutshaw stole second.
Wheat was caught off third and
Mowry is out on the third strike. Two
runs, two hits, one error.
SECOND INNING
Boston: Hoblitzel waits on four
wide ones. Lewis hit to right field
fence for a double, Hoblitzel going to
third. Gardner hit to deep center for
a clean home run, scoring two runs
ahead of him. Scott hit a long fly to
left which Wheat muffed and Scott
was safe at second. Carrigan bunted,
out pitcher to first- Scott going to
third on the sacrifice. Leonard fan
ned. Hooper was out at first unas
sisted. Three runs, two hits, one er
ror.
Bro6klyn: Olson was out, third to
first, Gardner making a sensational
stop. J. Meyers is rewarded by wait
ing on four balls. Marquard was out
on a sacrifice, pitchef to first, Meyers
taking second. Johnston was out,
short to first. No runs, .no hits, no
errors.-' '.
THIRD INNING
Boston: Janvrin was out,, second to
first. Walker hit a slow one to third
and beat it out, getting a singleHob singleHob-litzel
litzel singleHob-litzel flied to center and was out.
Walker was out trying to steaL "No
runs, one hit, no errors.
Brooklyn: Myers flied out to center.
Merkle 'was out on a fly to short,
Wheat was out on a fly to left. No
runs, no hits, no errors.
FOURTH INNING
Boston: Lewis hit along the third
base' line for a single. Gardner out
on a sacrifice bunt, third to first,
Lewis going to second. Scott is out,
third to first, Lewis held on second.
Carrigan singled to center, scoring
Lewis. Leonard was passed on four
balls, but was caught off first, which
retired the side. One run, two hits.
no errors.
Brooklyn: Cutshaw hit to right field
fence for a double. Hooper made a
great attempt, but barely missed it.
Mowry went to first after looking at
four wide ones. -Olson out on a bunt
flv to first. Meyers was out on a fly
to short. Pfeffer is now hitting for
Marquard, but the best he could do
was to go out on the third strike. No
runs, one hit, no errors.
FIFTH INNING
Boston: Hooper walked. Janvrin

TOOK THE GAhlE BY A SCORE

TO TWO
IIITERIIATIWL HEWS
SERVICE SIT OUT
Garbling Messages and Breach of
-Faith Charged Against It by
British Government
(Associated Press)
London, Oct. 11. -Morninsr newspa
pers published in a conspicuous places
i omcial order denyiner to the Inter
national News Service further use of
the official Dress bureau and ns nf
cables and all other facilities for the
transmission of news because of its
"garbling of messages and breach or
aitn."
Commenting editorially, all praise
the government for its disciplining
agency, the Times declaring the meas measure
ure measure a satisfactory sign the "govern "government
ment "government appreciates the importance of
dealing drastically with lying news
agencies."
was called out on thirdstrike. Hooper
stole second, which was the first
stolen base for the series for Boston.
Walker out on a pop fly to short Hob-
itzel doubled to left, scoring Hooper.
Iewis out on the third strike. One run,'
one hit, no errors.
Brooklyn: Johnston was out on a fly
to left field. Myers out on a flv to
right. Merkle singled to rights Wheat
hit the first ball past third for a
single". Merkle taking second. Cut
shaw flies to left for the third cut No
runs, two hits, no errors.
SIXTH INNING
Boston Gardner fanned, Scott fol fol-owing
owing fol-owing suit Carrigan hit along third
base line for a single. Leonard fan
ned. Cheney, pitching for Brooklyn.
evidently has the goods. No runs, one
hit, no errors.
Brooklyn: Mowry out on a fly to
left, Lewis making a fine running
catch. Olson out, short to first.. Mey
ers out on pop fly to first No runs,
no hits, no errors.
SEVENTH INNING
Boston: Hooper singled to left, but
Janvrin hits to third and forced Hoon-
er at second. Walker bunted to the
pitcher and was safe at'first on Chen
ey's wild throw, Janvrin scoring. Wal Walker
ker Walker and Lewis both out One run. one
hit, one error.
Brooklyn: O'Mara, who is batting
for Cheney, fanned. Johnston is out
on a fly to left; Myers out on fly to
right. No runs, no hits, no errors.
EIGHTH INNING
Rucker is now pitching for Brook-
lyn.
Boston: Gardper was out second to
first, Cutshaw making .great stop.
Scott put up a pop foul which Merkle
muffed.: Scott out, short to first Car Carrigan
rigan Carrigan fanned. No hits, no run's, no
errors.
.Brooklyn: Merkle out, short to hrst.
Wheat out, fly to center. Cutshaw hit
a line fly to right and was out No
hits, no runs, no errors.
NINTH INNING.
The crowd broke through the ropes
in left field and the cops had to drive
them out The attendance today is
about 23,000. N
strikes. Hooper hit to right for a
single and Johnston fumbled, Hooper
taking second. Hooper was out try trying
ing trying to steal thirdT Janvrin fanned.
No runs, one hit, one error.
Brooklyn: Mowry was out on a fly
to left Lewis making a great catch.
Olson got his base oh balls. Meyers
grounded to second and Olson was
forced at second, uetz now batting
for Rucker. Stengel is running for
Meyers. Stengel out, third to first.
By innings 1 2 34 5 6 7 8 9 R HE
Boston 0 3 0 1 1 0 1 0 06 8 2
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OCALA EVENING STAB, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1916

OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY

BITTIXGE3 A C1RIIOLL, FROFKIETOIIS
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DEMOCRATIC TICKET
Presidential Electors
J. Turner Butler.
Morton Caraballo.
J. P. Clarkson.
Frank Harris.
Milton II. Mabry Sr.
Will H. Price.
For United States Senator
Park Trammell.
For Congressman Second District
Frank Clark.
For Governor
W. V. Knott.
For Secretary of State t
II. Clay Crawford.
For Comptroller
Ernest Amos.
For State Treasurer
, J. C. Luningy
For State Superintendent of Schools
W. N. Sheats. .
For Justices Supreme Court
Jefferson B. Browne.
R.-F.Taylor.
For Railroad Commissioner
Royal C Dunn.
For the House of Representatives
W. J. Crosby.
JL. S. Light.
For County Judge
W.E.Smith.
For Sheriff
J. P. Galloway. ;'
For Clerk Circuit Court
P. H. Nugent.
For Superintendent Public Schools
J. II. Brinson.
For Tax Assessor
' Alfred Ayer. -..
For Tax Collector
W. W. Stripling.
As usual, the Star will do its proph prophesying
esying prophesying when the election is over.
Our cotton buyers way down here in
Ocala felt the effects of the 11-538 ex exploits
ploits exploits the next day, and they are now
anxiously watching' the market.
The United States of America is at
least twice as strong as Germany. If
it had half as much spunk, nobody
would ill treat its people on land or
sea. v
"America first" nowadays has re resolved
solved resolved itself into a wonder as to what
country will be the first to kick Amer America.
ica. America. They all do it.
An optimistic cotton dealer, of this
city says that if the farmers will just
go ahead and plant the cotton, that
Ocala will have a cotton seed oil mill
next year.
If the U-53 is joined by other Gerr
man submarines, a virtual blockade of
American ports for weeks or months
will result. What will Mr. Wilson' do
about it?
Passengers on New York streetcars,
which have been bombarded by wives
of the strikers, say that the oft-repeated
statement that women cannot
throW must take its place with other
myths.
The heads of the big railway broth brotherhoods
erhoods brotherhoods have sent out circular letters,
calling on the members 'of those
brotherhoods, to vote for.. President
Wilson, whose prompt action, averted
the great railway strike.
Our streets are lively with the dele delegates
gates delegates to the Wesley Bible classes, and
our people are busy with the pleasant
duty of entertaining them. The meet meeting
ing meeting of the classes is proving a most
agreeable occasion for both the city
and its visitors.
In consequence of the Masonic
school of instruction being held here,
there are a large number of that noble
order in Ocala. They are of the finest
type of visitors, and the city in gen general,
eral, general, as well as their lodge brethren
i3 glad to welcome them.
Sara Bernhardt and Lina Cavalieri
were on board the French liner
L'Espagne which reached New .York
Tuesday morning. The last day and
two nights of the run were made on
a zigzag course, in the momentary ex expectation
pectation expectation of being attacked by the
U-53.
If Mr. Wilson had allowed allied
merchant ships and liners to carry full
batteries of guns, as they have a right
to do,and as American merchant
ships always did when we had a big
merchant marine, this country would
not be threatened with a submarine
blockade.
The national association for the
study and prevention of tuberculosis
says that with few exceptions tuber tuberculosis"
culosis" tuberculosis" sanitariums throughout, the
country refuse to accept colored pa patients.
tients. patients. Such being the case, steps
should be made to provide special san sanitariums
itariums sanitariums for them. Aside from the
claims of humanity, prevalence of any
disease among the negroes endangers
the whites.
Among the editors of the state, we
cdmire for his stand on any question
is Editor Benjamin of the Ocala Star.
V: lie this rsr'-r and the CUr c'd not

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agree politically, yet we believe that
whatever is said in the Ocala Star
comes as a sincere expression and the
people there know it. He is not afraid
to say what he thinks and often gets
t on the wrong side the same as all of
! us do, yet his stand is admired and re
I spected. It is this kind of a man and
.newspaper that the public likes and
j respects, regardless of whether they
: agree wun tne editor or noi. xveauers
always know where to find, them and
knoow they have nerve enough at
least to take one side or the other.
Lakeland Star.
Being's we have differed with -the
Lakeland Star on some matters, and
rappedjt tolerably hard a couple of
times, ;we must say it has shown it
self a good sport in printing the fore
going. Editor Bloom of the Lakeland
Star is quite outspoken himself and
it's our opinion that he can be
a
staunch friend as well as an aggres
sive opponent. We always read his
lively little paper with interest.
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"ITS A WORLD OF A HELL'
Editor Star: An impulsive young
man said to mo yesterday, after hear hearing
ing hearing the hard luck story of some unfor
tunate person, "This is a hell of
world."
Not the first time I have heard the
remark. It has seemed to fit in with
affairs quite frequently during my ex
istence, particularly in the last two
years. But it seemed to take hold on
my mind more strongly than previous
utterances of the kind.
I went to supper, ate a slab of fried
beefsteak, two or three petrified bis
cuit and some other things, went to
the lodge, the picture show, to. bed
and to sleep. And because, I suppose
of the fried steak, I was like Pharoah
I dreamed a dream.
I dreamed I was dead,' and my soul
of course, went to the bad place. And
it located in. said bad place in a par
ticularly uncomfortable locality, tho
not having any flesh and bones to hurt
it didn't seem to worry me as much
as the toothache does here above. As
I hadn't fully availed myself of all my
opportunities to be wicked, liis Satanic
majesty was not very severe. There
were thirty-three degrees of damna
tion, but I received, only the third. A
philanthropic imp handed me an as
bestos fan and told me to make mysel
miserable. I sat down on a redho
chunk of slag and, with a lively inter
est viewed the hellscape o'er.
Presently there came along another
ghost, who sat down beside me, and
sociably borrowed my fan. Not having
anything else to exchange, we ex
changed confidences. ,He was a Ger
man and had had much experience. He
had been on a polar expedition. helped
build a railroad in tropical Africa
toured the slums of London, and had
opportunities to view American coal
mines'and sweatshops. When the war
broke out, he went to the front and
after many months in the trenches and
open fields had tried to stop a French
shell in front of Verdun, with the re result
sult result that he went where the kaiser
will find everlasting trouble and Von
Tirpitz will never know any rest.
He was an observant spook, and he
sat and looked at the warped and
sulphur-shaded scenery and the hag haggard
gard haggard and wandering ghosts with mild
interest. After awhile, he turned to
me and said much in the same spirit
and with about the same intonation as
that used by my young friend on earth
the day before:
"This is a world of a hell."
CANDLER
Candler, Oct. 9. Rev. and Mrs. B.
B. Staats today went to St. Cloud to
meet with the Presbytery.
Little Miss Dorothy Williams of
Tampa, who with her mother and lit little
tle little brother are visiting her grandpar grandparents,
ents, grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. McClauy entertain entertained
ed entertained a number of her little girl friends
Saturday afternoon..: Games, on the
lawn and, refreshments were enjoyed
by the little guests.
Mr. and MrsHenry Clark, and Miss
Edna Clark arrived from Southamp Southampton,
ton, Southampton, L. I., last Thursday.- Miss Edna
will attend the Ocala high schooL
Miss Catherine Carlisle came down
from Ocala Friday and was the guest
of friends for the week-end. -r
. Miss Mabel McClain came up from,
Weirsdale Saturday morning return returning
ing returning to school duties Sunday evening.
Mrs. Watterson Tucker of Ocala
was the week end guest of Mrs. C H.
Mathews and Mrs. George Yancey.
'". Mrs. George Thompson attended the
teachers' association in Ocala Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday.
The following was handed in by the
town poet, which; speaketh for itself:
Chickens Think,. Moonlight Day and
Dormont Hens Lay
Chickens in Dormont last night ad advanced
vanced advanced several hours ahead of the
classic early bird that catches the
worm. So bright was the moon at 12
o'clock that the hens end roosters and
pullets and cockerels, and even the lit little
tle little chicks, in the coop of Mrs. J. H.
Mathews thought it was morning and
left their roosts and wandered forth
to scratch in the loamy chicken yard.
No amount of shooing could persuade
them to the contrary, according to the

dispatch's special correspondent in

Dormont; indeed, some of the hens
were so certain that it was day and
not night that they laid their usual
daily egg. The question that 13, or
was, puzzling Mrs. Mathews last
night, was will the hens lay again to
day. If they do she proposes to rig
up an artificial moon in the hen house
and beat the eg trust.
FEAST OF TABERNACLES
The Jewish feast of Tabernacles or
Succoth will commence on Wednesday
evening, uctoDer!, and win last lor
nine days. According to the Bible the
feast lasted only seven days In the
course of time, however, the feast was
lengthened to nine days; the last two
being the eighth day of solemn as
sembly or the feast of conclusion, and
the day of rejoicing for the law.
Succoth means booths, and the name
owes its origin to the fact that on this
feast many families build festive
booths in which the holiday, meals are
served. In some cases pious people
will spend all the days of the feast
living in the booth in order to give
literal fulfilment to the injunction: "In
booths shall ye dwell seven days."
The frail booth built as a tempor
ary dwelling, an imperfect shelter
from the elements, is to remind man
that he is constantly under the protec
tion of the Almighty, just as the fath
ers of Israel were under his protec protection
tion protection in the wilcferness. f In order that
your generations may know that I
made the children of Israel dwell, in
booths, when I brought them up from
the land of Egypt."
The sentiment of the feast is rooted
deep in the ancient agricultural life of
Israel. Succoth was one of the great
pilgrimage festivals. The other two
were passover and the feast of weeks.
Each of these was at the harvest time
of some particular crop. On these
three occasions the people from all
over. the land of Canaan would jour journey
ney journey to the Holy City and spend the
festival there. This feast. Succoth.
known also as the Feast of Ingather Ingathering
ing Ingathering was at the time of the gathering
in ,of fruits. The booths therefore
may be reminiscent of the booths
erected by the busy harvesters as
temporary dwellings in the field. The
palm branches and the willows, the
myrtle and citron still borne in pro procession
cession procession around the synagog on this
feast also suggest this ancient harvest
setting.
Succoth was the last of the three
harvest festivals; and as it ushered jn
the winter season when rain was need needed
ed needed for next year's crop, a water ser service
vice service was held in the temple; and to
this day the prayers for the last day
of Succoth include special prayers for
rain, which are continued in the ser services,
vices, services, until the time when the spring
harvest comes again with the feast of
Passover.
PROGRAM FOR THE
WESLEY BIBLE CLASSES
Wednesday, October 11
8:45 a. m. Devotional service, P.
M. Ulsch, Jacksonville.
Business!
9:30 a. m. "Benefits of Wesley
Class Work Among Our Young People"-
Fred G. Warde, Tampa.
9:50 a. m.- "Wesley Bible Classes
in the Country" D B. Sweat, Lees-
burg.
Song.
10:15 a.m. "Wesley Bible Classes
and Our Advocate" Rev. J. Edgar
Wilson, Lakeland.
10:35 a. m. 'Intermediate Wesley
Bible Classes" Dr. J. H. Therrell.
Round Table.
11:15 a. m. "Teachers' Ideals"
M. Way, secretary Atlantic division.
2 :30 p. ; m. Devotional service, L.
C. Hull, Plant City.
Election of officers, etc.
3:45 p. m. "Christian Fellowship;
Banquets. Socials. Etc.'V Mrs. A. C.
McCall, Oneco.
Song.
4:10 p. m. "Wesley Bible Classes
and Our College" Dr. R. H. Alder Alder-man.
man. Alder-man.
7:30 p. m. Devotional service.
8 p. m. "Co-operation" Df. J. H
Therrell.
9:15 p. m. Wesley Bible classes
and district organization.
9:35 p. m. "Stragglers" J. M.
Way.
9:55 p. m. "Wesley Bible Class
Work in Florida" Rev. A. H. Cole,
Dade City.
Reports of committees, etc"
11 p. m. "A Vision of the Future"
Dr. C. D. Bulla.
Closing.
Benediction.
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171
By
EDWIN BALMER
Copyright. 1S16. by the Chicago
Tribuns
(Continued from Yesterday)
CHAPTER XX.
President Hears From Stone.
STONE arose from his seat'in bis
office as the president with his
party entered the room. The
chief of staff beard the argu argument
ment argument in silence. ; ..
' "The fact that there is no precedent
for the defense of such a city as New
Cork is the best possible arjniment for
holding it to the end. gentlemen." he
replied .quietly. "It is the "last thin?
the enemy expected: he was so absolutely-confident
of our capitulation
when he appeared opposite the cit j
that he has based all his campaign
upon "occupation of New Vork city
We prevent that and we balk his en
tire plan, and every day we hold him
opposite ffew York every day he's
there merely, destroying millions of
your property we are gaining a day
worth more than millions to us. Our
machinery Is going west to factories
to make munitions, our men are being
mustered, trained, hardened. We gain
one more day for doing, the thousand
and one things we should have done
long ago. - '
. "You would not build forts and train
men before, so now, when the country
Is invaded, we must use the forts we
have, and New, York city ; is a most
marvelous and wonderful fort. Con
sider the blocks of the great steel gird
ed buildings Which cannot be burned
And which will stand if every stone
and brick is blown away; consider the
canyons ofv the streets with the car
tracks and "the railroad tracks for cars
upon which we may mount guns and
move them from place to place. Then
there is the subway, where men and
guns may be moved unseen and under
the heaviest fire; there are the basfr
ments and underground vaults and
the rivers all about; the city the for
tress moats! .' Were there ever such
moats? Oh, believe me. gentlemen.
New York is a marvelous fort which
we will be able to hold for long
enough I Consider it as such, gentle
men!"
. "But the city! It will be destroyed;
it is being destroyed now!"
"That in war, gentlemen, may be
the fate of forts, but this, I believe,
will serve its purpose first. Mr. Pres
ldent, have I told you? I have learn
ed within theJioux' that the regent
caused to be announced yesterday in
his capital and from there throughout
Europe that he had taken New York.
Nothing more favorable could have
occurred. He is now committed to
take the city and cannot change his
plan if be wished to. t do not mean
that he may not Initiate another cam-
"Go back-to your places."
paign against the Chesapeake or New
England. Very probably he may by
IS YOXJIl BLOOD GOOD
OR BAD.
Twenty-four hours af'er you start to
take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery;
covery; Discovery; poisonous matter and blood im impurities
purities impurities begin to leave your body through
the liver, Bowels, Kidneys and Skin,
, So powerfully penetrating in this
purely vegetable remedy that through
the circulation of the blood it reaches
every fibre, muscle and joint, dissolve?
the poisonous secretions and drives them
out of the body.
It brings new activity to the liver,
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thus causing sallowness, indigestion and
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It enters the tiny blood-vessel3 of the
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blood, and abiding faith in its wonder wonderful
ful wonderful cleansing power has come to thou thousands,
sands, thousands, when pimples, boils, carbuncles,
rash, eczema, acne and other skin troubles,
dried up and disappeared.
Good blood means good health; good
health means strong men and women.
Any medicine dealer will supply you with
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
in either liquid or tablet form.
. Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets, are the
original little liver pills, first put up 40
years ago. They regulate and invigorate
stomach, liver and bowels.
HOME FOLKS ENDORSE
OUR STATEMENT.
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the stomach, liver and bowels I do not
know of one so good a3 Dr. Pierce's
Pleasant Pellets. My whole digestive
tract was out of order before I began to
use the Pellets My tongue was badly
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digestion indigestion pave me a languid, tired feeling,
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No need to be "Hard-UD." We
LOAN MONEY on any personal
property of value.

Great Bargains in hundreds
different "articles of merchandise
Unredeemed Pledges.

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moVes we have decided it shall be to
Cleveland--but he must employ his
main army before New York as long
as we hold the city."
"Which will ber 1
( "As long as military purposes will
be served and not onp second less, gen gentlemen.
tlemen. gentlemen. I must ask you to excuse me
how, Mr. President and gentlemen. As
you observe, it is rather later t!ianr
daybreak, and General Balnbridge has
reported that at dawn the bombard bombardment
ment bombardment of the city altered character to
intensive shell fire against our posi positions
tions positions opposite Brooklyn, a probable
preliminary to a general assault."
The assault, as a matter of fact, al already
ready already was begun. N 94, barely a third
of a mile from the front of the cap captured
tured captured borough of Brooklyn, was In the
very center of the American position
under attack. One gunf hidden some somewhere
where somewhere across the river, evidently was
detailed to the destruction of the ware ware-house.
house. ware-house. The shells, arriving every twen twenty
ty twenty seconds, struck first in the street
and a little to the right; now they
burst directly in frost of the building;
now they struck the building itself and
began to blo- it to pieces.
Jim Ash by, crouching behind a cot cotton
ton cotton bale at a window on the second
floor, clinched his musket with every
muscle : strained and tense, his skin
bloodless and damp with cold sweat.
He repeated to himself the words of
his major "Stick! Hold your position
or die!"
The smash of a shell the awful, soul
shredding burst and batter of a high
explosive charge dashed him down
abject, shrinking, nerveless against the
floor. "O God! O God!" he prayed.
"Let me live!"
Twenty feet away, just down there
past the second window, a great, grisly
smear which had been a lieutenant
and four men was spattered about the
floor. Another shell came, and the
man beside Jim at the window, two
more on the other side, flattened them themselves
selves themselves on the floor, gasping, then rose
and scurried for the stairs. Jim saw
them and started to scramble after
them.
"Go back 'to your places! Go back
there, I say T It was Houston, the
wooden legged man, who headed them
off and caught one, bodily and hurled
him back toward the windows.
fOh, we we can't stay here! Let
us by! Let us by! Oh, oh, this Is
murder! We got to get out! Let
us by!"
Four of the recruits were trying to
get past the wooden legged man now.
They were wild, beside themselves.
Houston struck the first full in the
face with his revolver. fThe recruit
went down and lay quiet. Houston
struck the next and staggered him
back. Corporal Ashby whose busi business
ness business now it was, If -it was any one's,
to hold those men to their posltiona
got up and faltered toward them. But
was it to join them against Houston
or to help the wooden legged man?
Jim stopped himself from joining the
two now trying to run, but he could
not help Houston.
Too wen he knew his duty was to stay
and make them "stay, to drive them to
It to stay there and be slaughtered.
How could he do that? Why should
he? hat sense was there til that?
He must be crazy. The wooden legged
man must be mad. Every one must
ha mad pxcent thasw men. who were
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Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer, excent

tickets reading to Savannah, Ga., do not include meals.
Staterooms on all steamers outside large and airy. Steamships Su Su-wannee
wannee Su-wannee and Somerset have special rooms, with brass beds and bath,
toilet, etc. Wireless on all steamers. x
Steamers leave Jacksonville via Savannah, Ga. at 4 p. m., Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Saturday, to Baltimore, and Thursday and Sunday to
Philadelphia. to
Through tickets to all points. For further information, illustrated
booklets, reservations, etc., write or call,
II. C. Avery, Agent. J. F. WARD, T. P. A., L. D. JONES, C. A.
. Jacksonville, Florida

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JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

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m the Heart of this eitv with Kemminf Park fnr a

a wmk. jiuu
Uery modem convenience to each room. Dining room service is

RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.00.

IIOBERT M. MEYER, J. E. K AVANAUGH

I rropnetcr. Ilanager.

Notice, U. D. C
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet Friday afternoon at three
o'clock at the residence of Mrs. C. F.
Flippen on Oklawaha avenue.
.
-Executive Board Meeting -There
will be an executive board
meeting of the Woman's Club on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, afternoon, at 4 o'clock at the club
house. Names of new members must
be presented at this meeting.
L. L. Brumby,
Recording Secretary.

Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Spencer and
family, of Zuber are spending the day
in the city. .
Mrs Johnson Powell and her smart
little son, of Wildwood, are the guests
of Mrs. Jessie Bishop.
,.
Our good fellow citizen, Mr. M.
Fishel, who has been sick for some
days, is somewhat better today.
-
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rogers of
Lynne are among the visitors in town
today. Mr. Rpgers is superintendent
of the Ocala government reservation
east of the Oklawaha river.
Miss Donnie Sims, one of Anthony's
clever ad charming young ladies, is
again filling a position in Frank's big
store. Miss Sims is making her home

with her sister, Mrs. R. L. Carter.

The missionary society of the Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church will hold its monthly

meeting at the manse Thursday, Oct.
12, at 4 p. m.

Mrs. E. C. Beuchler of Anthony, ac

companied by her sister. Miss Ernes Ernestine'
tine' Ernestine' Walsh of Savannah, who is spend

ing a few months with her, were in
the city on a shopping expedition yesterday.

Mrs. James E. Johnson' and her lit

tle daughter Lucy Geise, who have
been visiting Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Pon Ponder
der Ponder at their home on 1 South Eighth
street, left today for Palatka via the
Ocklawaha Valley railroad.

A rvrpt.t.v ninp-nnimd danchter was

Soni last night at 6 o'clock to Mr. and

Mrs. J. D. McCaskill at their home,
No. 728 Winona street. Mother and

daughter are doing well. Mr. and Mrs.

McCaskill now have two sons and two

daughters.

Miss Ganisby, the librarian, re

quests the Star to announce that the

hours at the Carnegie library will

hereafter be from 9 to 11 a. m., and
4 to 8 p. m.

Mr. S. C. Peacock, Epworth Era

agent Florida league conference and
president of Tampa City Epworth
League Union, is acting secretary of
the" Sunday school federation now in
session.

' .
Mrs. D. E. McIver,.who is vice pres

ident of the Daughters of the Con Confederacy,
federacy, Confederacy, will leave Tuesday for Tam

pa, to attend the Confederate re-union
in that city. Mrs. Mclver and the
president, Mrs. H. H. McCreary of
Gainesville, will be the guests of Mrs".
C. E. Webb at her heme on Lafayette
street. v
'Among the delegates to the Wesley
Bible Federation are Dr. R. H. Alder Alderman
man Alderman and wife of Sutherland, kinfolks
of that general favorite, Mr. W. B.
Gallagher. Mr. Alderman is presi president
dent president of Southern College. He and
Mrs.. Alderman are stopping at the
Harrington.
Prof. Garfield Evans of Sutherland,
president of the Florida Epworth
League, "while en route from the

league presidents' conference at Spar Spar-tenburg,
tenburg, Spar-tenburg, stopped in Ocala during yes

terday's session of the Sunday school
federation. North Georgia, South
Carolina, Florida, Baltimore, North

Carolina, Holsten and Virginia con

ferences were represented, Dr. F. S.
Parker of Nashville, presiding.

ine Tuesday Auction (Jlub had a

most pleasant afternoon yesterday
with Miss : Kathleen Jackson. Prizes

Consisting of a pretty chiff on collar
for each were won by Misses Nellie
Gottlieb and Hope Robinson. Miss

Jackson4 served refreshments to her

guests, who were Misses Nellie Gott Gottlieb,
lieb, Gottlieb, 3Iary McDowell, Fannie and

Rosebud Robinson, Marion and Hester

Dewey, Hope Robinson and Mary Bur Bur-ford.
ford. Bur-ford. '...,
Mr. G. S. Scott of Ocala arrived in

Jacksonville last evening to meet Mrs.
Scott and daughter, Mrs. John Tay

lor, who will arrive by Clyde Line
from the North. Accompanying them

will be Miss Mary Taylor, who enjoy enjoyed
ed enjoyed a summer's outing with Mrs. Scott
and Mrs. Taylor in Canada, New York

and New Jersey. They will leave for

Ocala after a brief sojourn in the city.

Times-Union.
.
The Star's Silver Springs corres

pondent, Miss Blanche Miller, and her
aunt, Mrs. H. A. Caruthers, are in

town today.

Mary Pickford, in 'Such a Little

Queen," will be seen at the Tempi
tins evening.

1911?
-"(Continued from Second Page )

trying to"get away. It was murder.
plain self slaughter, to stay.
"Houstonr be appealed 'Houston r
"And you. too r the wooden legged
man bawled back at him.- "I shoot
you too! Go back to your place there
or you get It too! Hang you cow cowards!
ards! cowards! Go back go backr. The Wood Wooden
en Wooden legged man 'In Ms fury drove the
others before him. Jim slunk back
with them and stared dizzily again
out toward the East river. :
It was Houston now who told him
that he would shoot right through the
bead the first man who left his posi position,
tion, position, who shot down a man for run running
ning running back it was stark, physical fear
of Houston that was holding Jim in
his place. Jim knew that; he could
not deny it. ne was planning whether
he could shoot Houston before Hous Houston
ton Houston killed him when he turned. If the
shells were killing -every one why
weren't they killing that wooden legged
fiend who made a man lie still to be
murdered.
"Oh, Gcd. kill him r. Jim. prayed
"Kill him, and let me go!".
"Hold your places and watch the
river! The range will be battle sight
when you first "will see anything. Put
down ; the leaf of your sight,. When
you see them take aim with the leaf
do wn and fire slo wly T Houston was
going from man to man and looking
at the rifles. He had examined. Jim's
also. :' ". ; ..;-;.,.;.
"Watch the river!.
Jim was watching .the river that Is,
he was staring fixedly out of the slit
between his cotton bale and the win window.
dow. window. Jut instead of seeing ;out Jie
seemed to be looking into a close, con confined
fined confined room In which a flame was burn burning.
ing. burning. It was a bluish yellow flame at
the end of a pipe, -and he knew that
the flame was himself. Its burning, was
his life. As the shells burst .fa the
room they blew the flame down and
down so that it almost went out; then
slowly the flame straightened and burn burned
ed burned yellow till another shell came and
blew it almost out again, v He follow followed
ed followed the flame, gasping, fascinated each
time it blew ; flat If it blew out he
knew he was -dead..- For, -many min minuteshow
uteshow minuteshow many Jim did not kno w
ythe hallucination held him; be saw

nothing else. Then the flame and the
pipe and all was gone, and he knew
that he saw boats taking form In the
haze over the river. Besides the shells
bursting about him he beard again the
gun which had fired from behind N
94, and Houston's fingers fixed the
sight of his rifle and Houston's voice
commanded him to fire.
He fired as they were, firing, from
the other windows '. and all up and
down the river front rifles, machine
guns, artillery; they all were going.
There a boat sank; but oh, the shells!
The gun behind was not firing any
more., f -;
"Aim ahead of the boats or at the
front of them. Pick out one boat and
shoot at that; don't shift from boat to
boat! Keep on one -and fire slowly,
slowly Sight your rifles. : Aim, aim,
aim, men; then fire! Aim at the front
of the boats!" ;
That meant the boats were coming
on. The shells! They were smother:
ing the guns on this side; they were
killing all the rest of the riflemen on
both sides of N 04. There couldn't
be any question of it and the boats
were coming on. Jim and those few
men about him who hadn't been killed
yet were the only ones firing at the
boats. They were fighting all, those
men alone. :' ; ., ...
"Fix bayonets!"
Company F could not do that
Though the first boats from the smoke
were dashing to the docks before. N
94; though the shell 4flre from across
the river had stopped now that the
regent's men were landing; though
they were rushing -N 94 with boat
load after boatload of yelling, men
Company F could notmove. to meet
them. Company F had held under
fire. Win slow and his sergeants some somehow
how somehow had held his men behind the bales
of the first floor of N 94; above, it had
been Houston. y; ':: ".--v
Jim Ashby was the only corporal

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All mail orders carefully and

promptly filled. y ;'
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Druggists and Seedsmen

Ocala, Florida. Telephom No. 30

Carn-Thomas Co.
GROCERIES
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Cheap Prices,
Sood Service

E. C. JORDAN & CO.

Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
- Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla

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Maxwell has put a real meaning into the word
"Service."
Simply by requiring every Maxwell dealer to carry a
full supply of Maxwell parts so that he can replace
any damaged or worn part at once, without waiting for
parts to be shipped from the factory.
If you are a Maxwell owner your car will always be
in running order because our dealer any Maxwell
dealer can give you real and immediate service. If he
couldn't, he wouldn't be a Maxwell dealer. -Not
more than one of two automobile builders in the
country can give you service that compares with
Maxwell Service.
This is a vital point. Investigate it fully before
buying your car.

Roadster SS80; Touring Car S59S: Cabriolet S86S: Town
Car S91S; Sedan 3985. Fully equipped, including
electric starter and lights. All prices f.o. t. Detroit.

R. R. CARROLL

Phone 51

DISTRIBUTOR

Ocala Fla.

Deferred Payments
If Desired

there; the lieutenant ami tfie scr'reanTs
were killed. Conoral Ashby therefor?"
was in command. Dut lie could u?t
even fix 'bayonet to his own rifle, lie
could not rise and start to ohar:
those yelling men below, much less
force others to charge. ,ne could stick
to his post at the window and he could
fire. He had fixed that In his mind, or
the wooden legged flend had fixed, if
there for him. So he nnd the rest
held their places and' fired' while the
"regulars." who had held the positions
on both sides, rushed out with b:i;
nets flashing and drove the ycilins
charging men back to the water, then
tumbled them into it and shot the olh
ers who were cljml)in up. ;
Then more" boats ame. IJut frvra
"the lower river American destroyers
dashed up with quick firing cruns all
booming. The batteries in.;' Brooklyn
turned upon them They sank one of
the destroyers, now smother. A third
blew up. But how they .had driron
through those boats!
: The shells! They were bursting
ceaselessly, furiously asain about' N
.04. That meant Houston wns yell
ing it that the-nttac k was' leaten'
back: the regent's men were retreat,
Ing; they were no lonjrer 'trying to
land. -"
The guns across the river shelled
,the American positions now to cover
the retreat. They kept up the shell
fire for nlf an hour longer in revenge
for the check. Then there was a ces cessation
sation cessation of the fire. Jim Ashby, very
'weak, but glowing within with the
sense of heroic achievement, turned
about and saw Houston. The wooden
legged man was kneeling beside S wen wen-son
son wen-son and caring for a hurt in "Swedy's"
head.
"Corporal," he said quietly, "the boys
on each side of us got us through, and
the general could better have had us
take more loss. We must get the bay bayonet
onet bayonet into our minds. Next time we
must be able to bayonet!"

(Continued Tomorrow)

MORE ABOUT MILLINERY

Mrs. Morrison will arrive in the city
during this week with one of the
most elaborate lines of millinery ever
shown in Ocala. It will be on display
in the Wallis building, next to Counts
Grocery Store. 10-3t

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.

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. 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. .
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract. $2 per
ounce. Gerigs. 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

The new Maxwell cars are all 60 60-inch
inch 60-inch or wide tread. Keep this in mind.
' Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, at Ceng's. tf
- ..
For, service first, trade at Gerig's
Ocala's best drug store.

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates m?de on all Con Con-tiact
tiact Con-tiact work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Othy
Contractor in the city.

m lAM 5S hivm LwilZALiL4.L3i Si

FRESH MEATS, POULTRY,
FISH AND OYSTERS

PHONE 108

All kinds Fresh Vegetable
in Season
OCALA, FLA

m

LADIES SUITS, SKIRTS and COATS.
GENTS OVERCOATS and SUITS and
PRESS ON A HOFFMAN PRESS
: PfKB3E 101
OCALA STEAm LAUNDRY

PHONE 499

No. 426 N. MAGNOLIA ST.

J IS NOW OPEN AND READY TO SHARE OF YOUR AUTOMO AUTOMO-J
J AUTOMO-J BILE REPAIRING
J Skilled workmen, guarantee prompt and efficient service with no

'Dead Time" charged to customers.

We are agents for and have in stock the celebrated
v ; ; ; ; '
Oldsmobile light Eight
Best Eight-Cylinder Car in the World
r for the Money
Price at Ocela 81275.00

Grease, Oils, Gasoline and Automobile' Accessories in. Stock
m .' ; -' -,-..' ;
Plenty of room to store your car. Give us a trial. You need not
come again if we do not satisfy you.
: W. L. CARMICHAEL, Prop j
J Located in CarmichaePs Fire-Proof Building, N. Magnolia Street.
OCALA :-: FLORIDA

and Hcfurn

OcfolbeF 15-16-17
ACCOUNT OF CONFEDERATE VETERAN REUNION, OCT. 17-18-19
Tickets limited to reach original starting point by midnight October 22nd.

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STANDARD IIAILROAD OF THE SOUTH

We Save Hie Equipment and Ability
To -serve you as you ought to be servied, and when you are not let U3
ask you again, to let us know, for this i3 the only way we can. accomplish
our desire. - '
Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you- will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.

Ocala Ice S PaeMnne Co

PHONE 34.

tCALA. FLA.



OCALA EVENING STAK, WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 11, 1916 9

TAGE FOUR

111

Woodmen meet Friday evening.

Dr. R. D. Fuller's office phone
311. 9-4-tf

is

Mi3s B. S. Renee, one of the most

capable traveling saleswpmen in the

United States, is at the Ocala House.

When thirsty drink at Gerig's

Ocala's popular coca-cola fountain.

Messrs. S. W. Sargent, R. H.

Stodden and II. D. Meyers, prominent

Masons, of Avon Park are ot the

Ocala House.

RECRUITING FOR THE

SECOND FLORIDA INFANTRY

HAVE THEIR HOMES

AT THE HARRINGTON

CAMPAIGN

The war department has issued or-1 The following delegates to the Wes-

ders under which- the recruiting ; offi- ley Bible Federation and prominent

cers of the National Guard of Florida Masons are-at the Harrington:

who were stationed at points through

out South Florida have been recalled

and mustered out of the service. It is

explained that this has been done as a

I. Will Yon and G. S. Roberts, Tal

lahassee; H. J. Fisher, Largo; Mrs. G.
W. Watson, Lakeland; R. R. White,

Orlando: J.- B. Gaines. -Leesburg; S.

CONTRIBUTIONS

Americans of German descent in
Wisconsin say they will vote against
President Wilson not because of the
hyphenate issue in particular, but be because
cause because of his record and policies in
general.

Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,

for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf

Mr. A. A. Vandenbrock and one
comrade may call at the Teuton Sup

ply company's store and drink bottled

coca-cola at our expense, if they will
exhibit this notice. The Ocala Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola Bottling Works.

matter of ecenomy and that recruits W. Larsen, Kissimmee; D. B. Sweat,

for national guard organizations now j Leesburg; C A. Pound, Gainesville; J.

in the service of the United States I C. Green, Lake City; B. W. Brinson,

will be accepted by recruiting officers Madison; R. IL Alderman, J. Lawon
of the regular army. Moon, ,H. Wr. Blackburn, Sutherland;
The Second Florida Infantry, which J. G, Ball, A. G Leverett. Gainesville;

is the national guard regiment repre- W.D.Richey, Lakeland; H. W.Purvis,

sentine'the southern section of the Jacksonville; C. Fred Blackburn, Mad

state, is now on the Texas border with ison; Harry Dunkle, Jacksonville; J.

headquarters at Laredo, and quite a H. Wiley, Tallahassee; B; W. Bunker,

number of recruits are required to West Palm Beach; Morris Spanner,

bring this regiment up to its prescrib-1 Jacksonville; Charles Bronson, Or

ed war strength. The. moving of this lando; F. C. Bryan, H. R. May, Kis Kis-regiment
regiment Kis-regiment from the mobilization camp jsimmee; Wi G. Cam, Marcus Endle,

to Texas was so delayed by the. war J Jacksonville.

department authorities that doubt

existed in the minds of many young FROM PHILADEPLHIA

men, who would have been glad to see

service on the border, as to whether! Philadelphia, Oct. ; 7. I have just

Flower seed and bulbs of all kinds

"at the Ocala Seed Store.

Flower seed3 and bulbs of all kinds

at the Ocala Seed Store.

The recent big rise in the price of

cotton found Mr. R. E. Layton of this
city in possession of quite a goodly
quantity of the fleecy staple which he

had carried for a long time, and he is
naturally proud that he held on for a

better price. 4

or" not the reiriment would ever leave! returned from Cape May Point, N. J.

he state. This doubt has how been J A delayed equinoxial storm raised the

set at rest and the regiment is on duty ire of the Atlantic till it fairly shook
in Texas where it will give a good ac- the house and entirely drowned the

count of itself and perform service! incessant booming of the big guns at

which will be a credit to Florida. J the proving stations Vs a few miles ;

This statement is given out from above. It also brought the tempera-

he office of the adjutant general in j tare down to a point that suggested

St. Augustine, and we are requested packing a grip and hustling back to:

to publish the information that any Ocala.

young men who desire to enlist in this j Writing about the big guns at the

regiment for service on the ; border j proving station brings to mind the j

may do so by applying direct to the I fact that the Bethlehem Steel : Co.,

recruiting officer of the regular army J builders of the big guns, have bought j r, jjejygngton ... .

ana Stating mat tney oesire to emist i aiiuuier numeuse seeuuu ua lanu mj i goyjy q (Jole

in tne oeconu norma inianiry. iiierciauu tu iucu preseui, uumuiga, givuig

is a branch recruiting office at Tampa them facilities for handling a greater

and the main recruiting office for Flo- number of guns, and incidentally lead-

rida is located oa the second floor of I ing people to think that the war will

not have run its course for sometime

yet.

I see by the Star that the boys have

left Black Point for the front and will

Mr. W. A. Redding of Jacksonville
i3 here attending the meeting of the

Masons and visiting his mother.

Rev. J. R. He. rndon returned this

afternoon from High Springs, where
he went to attend the Presbytery
which is now in session. He became

ill yesterday and decided to 'return

home before adjournment.

Mrs. Chester J?ort at ner home on

South Third street this afternoon is
giving a party, to the young friends

cf her little son, Chester Jr., who eel

ebrates his sixth birthday today. Some

dozen, of the young folks are present.

and with games and refreshments are

having a good time. A big i birthday

cake with six candles on it is a feature

of the occasion.

Miss Sue Barco, after a pleasant

to her friends and relatives in Ocala

and the Cotton Plant neighborhood

returned this afternoon to her home

at Clearwater.

Miss Ida Eley wishes to announce

to her Ocala friends that she is show
ing up-to-date millinery at the par

lors of Mrs. T. W. Tillman in Palatka,
and will be delighted to fill personally
any orders sent her from Ocala. Miss

Eley will be personally remembered

as head trimmer at the Affleck Mil

linery Parlors last season. 5-6t

Mr. II. J. Lee, traveling salesman

for the Maxwell Motor Sales Corpora

tion of Detroit, and who is in charge

of the Florida territory for his com

. pany, stopped over 'yesterday -for

short while between trains. Mr. Lee

is very much pleased with the busi

ness done for his company in the

Ocala territory and complimented Mr.
Carroll quite highly over the good

work of the Ocala agency. Mr. Lee is
-a fine young man, knows his business
thoroughly and is of a great deal, of
assistance to the dealers with his ad advice
vice advice and counsel. He visits the fac factory
tory factory half a dozen times each year and
keeps thoroughly posted on the busi business
ness business 'of making and marketing Max Maxwell
well Maxwell cars.

THE LIST IS LONG, BUT THERE

IS ROOM ON If FOR
MANY MORE
We, the undersigned citizens of Ma

rion county, Fla., endorsing the ad-

ministration of the Honorable Wood-

row Wilson as president of the .United

States and desiring o perpetuate the

principles of .democracy, do hereby

subscribe the sums annexed to our
names to aid in the national demo

cratic campaign, to be paid by Sept.
20th, 1916:

The following: contributions have

already been made:

President of Board of Trade... $25.00

Mi' mm

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Ocala Evening Star .

Ocala Banner" .... .
W. D. Caldwell ......
Ed. D. Ron

L. R. Trammell ....

H. M. Weathers ......

D. Niel Ferguson . .
Louis H Chazal .'. ..
W. J. Crosby, Citra .
W. L. Colbert

C. B. Ayer

J. P. Galloway . . .
P. H. Nugent ........
George L. Taylor ....
I E. C. Bennett ...... .

H. a Sistrunk

the building on the corner of Laura

and Bay streets, Jacksonville: ; Capt.

Charles E. Elliott, U. S. Army, retir

ed, being in charge of that office.

The officials of the military depart-replace the men who have been there

ment of the state are very anxious for sometime. Among the latter are
that the Second Florida regiment shall some Pennsylvania troops. These are
be recruited to its full war strength, expected in Philadelphia on Monday

and, if any information is desired as J and Tuesday Vf next week and a big

to service by those contemplating en-reception awaits them -parades, mus-

listment, it will be furnished upon ap-lie, city officials and the inevitable ban

plication to the office' of the adjutant quet, but the one thing that makes

general of Florida, state arsenal, St. J this reception unique is the fact that

Augustine.

LAKE KERR

Lake Kerr. Oct. 10. Last Thursday

afternoon the agreeable voice of' Mr.

W. C. Townsend was ; heard the

postoffice. His favorite pastime is

looking over his possessions on Lake

Kenr and Salt Springs. Mrs. Townsend
has returned to their home at Lake

Butler.

Last Saturday morning Miss Myrtle

Hicks went out with dog and gun and

brought in a squirrel and an owl 6f a
large species, and upon close exami

nation the writer found herself some

the wiser. Miss Hicks is becoming

quite a marksman.

The morning of the 8th inst. Mr.

James Wallace in company with J. Y. Lxity to' the same.

Hicks, dipped his oars in the blue rip

pling waters of Lake Kerr and crossed

to the south side, spending the day

with the south siders.

Mrs. Joseph Rauch has returned

W. W. Condon ...... .... ...
W. T. Gary .................

John R. Rodgers .... ... ...

E. Jeffords

J. H. Brinson ." ........... . ..

Dt M. Barco ....... ..........

Alfred Ayer .. .. .". ...........

John L. Edwards . . . . ... .

David S. Welch
John M. Graham .". ... . ...
M. Frank ...... ..............

R. B. Meffert
F. R. Hocker ..........
E. H. Martin .... ..... ... .
R. A. Burford .. ....... .. ...
L. R. Chazal

J. E. Chace ............ I ...
C. S. Cullen ...................
B. A. Weathers .............
G. S. Scott ....... ..... . .

J. M. Thomas

L. P. Wilson
A. E. Gerig :

C. L. Fox
E. L. Parr . I
1 L. W. Ponder 4......

George MacKay .....
C. H. Lloyd ....

I Jno. L. Rogers, Lynne

G; T. Maughs .......

R. S. Hall 4,.....
R. L. Anderson' . .

W.T. Carn

H. D. Stokes

Hayes & Guynn .... . ... . .
John H. Taylor $

A. G. Gates ..................

R. J. Rivers

P. J.' Randall, Conner .... ...

L. M Graham
O. H. Rogers

H. W. Tucker

C. M. Mathews, Flemington ...
C. A. Tremere, Belleview.

deaths as at any previous time, but Nathan Mayo; Summerfield
people arei beginning to understand W. T. Hall, Summerfield. . V. i
that there are ten times as ; many J. W. Davis. Summerfield

deaths from several othef diseases as Walter Mathews, Summerfield.
there are from, infantile paralysis. R. L. Clyburn, Summerfield. ."

Of course I have; been much inter-1 H. C. Groff, Summerfield.. ...

ested in the progress of the Ocala W.J. Pyles, Summerfield. ... .

an tne public scnoois are to ave a

half holiday on each day and take part

in the exercises.

Our people seem to have gotten over

the scare of infantile- paralysis, for

when the board of health wanted to

hold the schools off till October 9, they

were up in arms about it and flooded

the newspapers with their opinions of
the aforesaid board of health till that
august body had to consentto allow
them to open a week earlier. To show
the extent to which they carried the

question, a friend of mine wanted to

ship some of his household goods from

New; Jersey to Philadelphia and was

told that it would be necessary to have

a doctor's certificate to the effect that

said chairs and tables had never had

lmantiie paralysis, or been in prox-

Another strange

thmg about this quarantine is that

they took it off the movies sometime

before they did the Sunday .schools,

also that if ever it was needed it

should still be in force,- as there are

........

......

Nine persons out of every ten who
suffer with their feet, do not need a
longitudinai arch support but an an anterior
terior anterior metatarsal. Go to the man who
has studied the anatomy of the foot
three years and get relief. Full line
of School's foot appliances. "The
Man Who Knows." Little's Shoe Par Parlor.
lor. Parlor. 27-tf

The new Maxwell cars have longer
and easier riding springs, deeper and
softer upholstering, dash lights, gaso gasoline
line gasoline gauges, new stormproof wind windshield
shield windshield and other improvements. Plenty
in stock. The yare all 60-inch tread.

USEFUL INFORMATION

l or 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 publish
lish publish the following information for
those desiring to communicate with
members of the Second Florida In Infantry.
fantry. Infantry. All mail should te 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
appreciated. Respectfully,
Lucien A Spencer,
Chaplain Second Florida Infantry.
Laredo, Texas. ,

Gigantic Butterflies.
The largest butterflies are tova-i
!n British Guiana, some of which have
a wins measurement of 11 Inches.

from art extended trip to New York, still as many new eases and as many

where she combined business with

pleasure.

Mrs. J. Y. Hicks of Lake-Kerr, who
is visiting relatives near Madisonville,

Ky.j writes that she is enjoying the

Kentucky climate.

The birds sing continuously and
persistently. Why don't people sing

instead of sigh?

The writer was recently the recip

ient of a box of fresh chinquapins, the

best ever, from Suwanee county.

Since goldenrod is in evidence m our

locality, we earnestly hope that the
national flower will not be changed for

the mountain laurel, for if the change worth of new

is made Floridians will not be allowed
the privilege of gathering the national

flower in their own state.

Nothern friends inform us that they

intend turning their faces southward

water works, especially as Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia is just now facing the necessity j
of extending her water system as the j

present; supply is inadequate for the
consumption, and the reason given is
the greater demand not only from the

normal growth of the city but because

in the last nine months $25,000,000

manufacturing enter-

prises nave oeen started nere. I sup

pose that is several million more than

has been started in Ocala during the

same time.

All well; expect to reach home- on

H. C. P.

and will spend a while fishing and the 26th.

hunting on Lake Kerr.

At present fishing is no sport here,

as fish won'ti bite for love or money.

Mr. J. F. Fanany spent a day in

Eureka m an effort to procure hogs John M. Martin Camp, S. C. V.

for fattening. A singular case it is, meet at the Court House, Friday even-

ATENTION MEMBERS

- OF THE S. C. V.

a

we are surrounded by hundreds of

head of razorbacks and we can't buy

one for any kind of money.

Mr. J. Y. Hicks left early this morn

ing via Sharps ferry for his farm at

Levon. He wip return by Ocala, at-1

tending to business matters there.

On old log landing on the north
shore of Lake Kerr there Js a rut in
the road. All going that way will
please drive around to save making

the rut any deeper.

"There is no such thing as an iso

lated act,"

For a few nights the moon will

shine 'all night on Lake Kerr.

ing at 7:30 o'clock, for the purpose

of electing delegates to the Tampa re

union. All members are. urged to be

present. D. E. Mclver. Comd't.

W. T. Gary, Adjt.

CONFDRMED PROOF

Doubt

SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE

Southbound

io. y Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p,

m.; Ocala, 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa, from severe pains in my

7:50 p. m.

Wo. l Leaves Jacksonville vuiO p

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

tersburg 10 a. m.

JNo. 3 Leaves Jacksonville y:io a

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

tersburg 8:05 p. m."
Northbound

Mo. 10 Leaves Tampa l p. zru,

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

7:15 p. m. t -

No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30 Brffalo, N. Y.

p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack

sonville 6:45 '&.ik.7:Xc ; Those .new, long spring, deep and

No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala soft upholstered Maxwells have arrivr

1 p. m.: arrivea Jacksonville 5:25 p. m. ed. They are 60-mch tread. tf

Residents of Ocala Cannot
What Has Been Proved

In gratitude for relief from aches

and pains of bad backs from dis

tressing kidney ills thousands have

publicly recommended Doan's Kidney

Pills. Residents of Ocala, who so

testified years ago, now say the re results
sults results were permanent. This testimony
doubly proves the worth of Doan's

Kidney, Pills to Ocala kidney suffer-

ers.

C. F. Hays, ice cream mfgr. 703 S.

Orange" t, Ocala, says: I think that

heavy Iiftmcr caused my kidneys to

become weakened. I suffered greatly

back and

was oiten so stur and lame tnat l
could hardly work. I also had severe

headaches. Doan's Kidney Pills gave
me relief." (Statement given May 13,

1908). .-e-:'r:.

MORE THAN SLX YEARS LATER

Mr. Hays said: I haven't had occas

ion to take a kidney medicine since l

used Doan's Kidney Pills."

; Price 50c at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidneys Pills the same that
Mrl Hays has .twice publicly recom

mended. ; Foster-Milburn Co- Props-

Ad. 42

O. M. Gale, Belleview .1

J. J. Nelson, Belleview. . .

W. H. Mason .. ... . ..... ....

P.Thigpen

T. B. Pasteur .
John Pasteur ;
J. O. Myers ....

W. R. O. Veal
T. H. Parker ...
P."E. Edwards

D. W. Glisson

J. H. Parramore
W. W. Lollie ...

George Smith ;

W. B. Johnson

T. W. Graham;.......

Walter Ray

B. I. Freyermuth . .
A. Cuthill
L. A. Smith .. .... .

J. H. Seckineer . .

T. A. Vinning ... ...
J. L. Watson ........

W. a Ray
WD. Taylor ........
D. E. Mclver ........
P. L. Billinsley ....
H. A. Davies .... .
H. C. Dozier ........
Frank D. Sanders ..
E. L. Stapp ..... ..
J. J. Gerig
J. D. McDonald ......
Cash
W. V. Wheeler
D. C. PeaDody....7r
I. C. Denman, Reddick
C. D. Bryant ........
T. C. Carter .........
T. E. Bridges
J. B. Devore ..... ...
A. T. Thomas . . .
Dr. E. G. Peek
C. E. Simmons .......
W. P. Preer .... . ..
M. R. Williams:;....

B. B. Baum

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TT HAVE the following used cars at big bar-J-
gains, Gash or Time Payments:
One Ford Touring Gar
One 1916 Maxwell Touring Car
One "17' Buick, 4-Passenger Car
- '" ..... " '' '. J
These cars are fully: equipped and are in
good condition The Maxwells have been work worked
ed worked over and arfe nearly as good as hew, witii
electric starters and all modern improvements.
Gall at Star office if interested.

Mo

OCALA

CAKE
MAXWELL DEALER

3L

FLORIDA

ZZ3

FURNISHED HOME FOR LEASE

A most desirable small residence
for lease. Welf located, close in. Has
six rooms, bath, two halls, closets,
five fireplaces; every modern conven convenience
ience convenience including new instantaneous gas
hot water heater in bath; screened
throughout. House is completely fur furnished,
nished, furnished, including new piano. Pretty
lawn, deep drilled well of soft water,
barn and garage. Will not rent for a
short time. If interested apply in writ writing
ing writing to box 164, city. 29-tf

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 dangerous
gerous dangerous diseases start with a common
cold. Take Chambterlain's Cough
Remedy and get 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 everywhere.
Y W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. V tf

? TRADE MARK REGISTERED

PfiOSLiriE

FOR

LAWNS

t'Phoslime carries a large percentage of moist moisture,
ure, moisture, which -has been repeatedly demonstrated in
practical use to keep green and well nourished the
LAWNS on which it was used.'
immediate; delivery
Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

LOSTWhitd and liver colored point

er, dog; large head and almost solid
brown; two years old and in fine con condition.
dition. condition. Leather collar with brass name
plate on him with name of W. M. Par Parker,
ker, Parker, Ocala, Fla., on plate. ; Answers to
name of Charlie. Suitable reward paid
for his return. W. M. Parker at Mas

ters store. ll-3t V

CARLOAD
$9. Per Ton

LESS THAN CARLOAD
$10.00 Per Ton

.- WRITElFORBOOKLET
FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE k LIME CO.
Box 462 Ocala, Florida

H. A. FAUSETT, Local Dealer

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THE BEST

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COTTAGE FOR RENT One-story
cotage; all modern improvements,
rent reasonable; one blook from pri primary
mary primary school, corner South Second and
Alvarez streets. Apply to Charles

Rheinauer. 10-11-tf

WrANTED Second hand Gregg short

hand text book. H, care Star. ;

FOR SALE Jersey cow lately calfed.
Good milker. Will sell on account of
having another milk cow. 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 Apply
ply Apply to Joseph Anderson, the plumber,
Ocala, Fla. 9-6t

FOR SALE One "33' model Hudson
auto, in good shape ; extra inner tube.

Cheap for" cash. Apply to T. M. Bar

rett, 303 Watula St., Ocala. 7-3t

QUICK SALE WANTED Ten acr
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. 6-12t :

FOR SALE Ah upright piano; in
good condition; attractive price. Or

wil lrent. Phone 242. 4-tf-

FOR' RENT Two furnished rooms;

modern conveniences, desirable neigh

borhood. Mrs. A. M. Perry, Herbert

street. 1; 4-tf-

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In Many Years are Now
: TompMe's, St aMe
Any one wanting mules should see them
before buying. Prices are right and re re-member
member re-member they are the guaranteed kind.

LOST On Lake Weir road to Ocala,
gray overcoat. Initials D. T. J. in inside.
side. inside. Finder will be suitably reward-

L00 ed by returning to D. T. Jeff coat,

50 Ocala. Fla 10-3-Ct

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W. W. Stripling 1.00

Dr. S. H. Blitch

Landis Blitch .

G. C Bryant

I. C Denman . .
C. G. Bryant . .... . .
W. E. Smith
T. E. Bridges ...... ...

J."B. Devore, Reddick

R. K. Wartmann, Citra
W. T. Dupree, Citra .
C. W. Driver, Citra

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FOR RENT Upstairs furnished for
light housekeeping; 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

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

YORK RETU

VIA

Only Direct Lino from Jacksonville!
- ; Fare Includes Meals Good on' Any Ship.
- Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Ikrth
- Final Return Limit October 31st
CHARLESTON EXCURSIONS
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H, G. WEF1ZEL, Florida Passenger AgcntJ
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib trty St, Jacksonville, Florida,

Youthful Watch.
Little Eda's mother had been pre presented
sented presented with a watch tor Christmas,
and It was quite smalL The first time
Eda saw it she exclaimed. "Oh, man
ma, what a young watch you havett

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

Bursoiv seamless
Shoe Parlor.

hose at Little's
27-tf

, Worth Whiie Quotation.
No inheritance can supply the
want of a virtuous education.' Thorn Thorn-is
is Thorn-is Wilson.

DESPONDENCY
When you feel discouraged and de despondent
spondent despondent do not give-up tut take a
dnse of Chamberlain's Tablets and
you are almost certain to feel all
right within a day-or two. Despond Despondency
ency Despondency is very often tiue to indigestion
and biliousness, for which these tab tablets
lets tablets are especially valuable. Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere.

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