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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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WEATHER FORECAST
Rain tonight and Wednesday cen central
tral central and northwest portions; fair east
and south portions. .

OGAM, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, OCTOBER. 17, 1916

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OPTIMISTIC ADDRESS OF PRESIDENT STOOKBRIDGE AT THE AI1HUAL MEETIIIG OF THE FARM-
EfiS' G0I1ESS AT I1AIIAP0US

(Associated Press)

Indianapolis, Oct. 17. The Ameri American
can American farmer never has seen so gen general
eral general or widespread a period of, agri agricultural
cultural agricultural prosperity as that of the
present year, declared H. E. Stock Stock-bridge,
bridge, Stock-bridge, of Atlanta, president of the
National Farmer's Congress, at the
opening of the Congress' annual meet meeting
ing meeting here today. Farmers throughout
the country as so busy counting the
profits, Mr. Stockbridge declared,
"they haven't time to worry over
whether they are receiving a fair
share of the consumer's dollar.'
Mr. Stockbridge praised the admin administration's
istration's administration's handling of the Mexican
situation, but condemned the facilities
for mobilizing and equipping an army,
lie urged industrial preparedness, de declaring
claring declaring the European war has shown
that success depended greatly on this.
Referring to the recent railway
strike situation, he called attention to
the association's eight hour day non non-arbitrable
arbitrable non-arbitrable principle, saying while no
attempt has been made to apply it to
farms, "the farmers was the chief im immediate
mediate immediate sufferer'from a recent at attempt
tempt attempt to enforce this principle in an another
other another industry." He urged farmers to
ask Congress to enact a compulsory

arbitration law.

FPU!

fffi FLORIDA TO

AID III

Trammell Requests Our People to

Help the Victims of
the Turks

(Associated Press)

Tallahassee, Oct. 17. Gov. Tram Trammell
mell Trammell has issued a proclamation urging
all Floridians to contribute to the
Armenian relief fund Oct. 21 and 22.

BRANCH IN BAD

Tax Collector of Hillsborough County

Short in His Accounts at
' Least $80,000

Tallahassee, Oct. 17. John L.
Branch, tax collector of Hillsborough
tounty, was suspended from office
Saturday night at 10 o'clock by Gov.
Park Trammell, after M. C. Mcintosh,
'.sistant state auditor, had checked

liim short. Exact figures have r.ot
Icn announced, but it is understood

the shortage is at least $80,000
! GRAND GOLD CONTEST

i In yesterday's issue of the Star

there was a short notice of a grand

gold contest that was held in the
I Methodist church at Fairfield Sunday
'night. The editor evidently thought

the word grand was inappropriate pr

unnecessary mere ana so umiiwi
in 'the. printed copy. If he had been
"tare familiar with workings of the

ncdal contests he would think that

.vork grand belonged where it was
Tr:d would have printed it with a big
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Li the W. C. T. U. medal contest

vork the contestants, whether old or

' ang, speak first for a silver medal,

vhich having won, they are entitled
3 compete for a gold medal. After

-'Z won a gold medal they are

. '.IS.q to contest for a grand gold
'-!. This one which we mention

. t!:e first one of its. kind ever held

Florida. After we have held

- h of the errand gold contests, the

t step will be for the winlner of

; high grade medals to compete
a diamond medal. This is a great

...-.tage to those who strive for the

.i as there is a marked improve

in their delivery and ease of

. ?t each time. The name of Tur

O Ibert was omitted from the list

' lestants. '- -:; f '"
Mrs. G. D. Washburn, Supt.

Intends to Speak in the Even-

, ing to the People of Ocala

The friends of our able and popular

congressman will be glad to know
that he is coming to Marion county.

He will be in Ocala Friday afternoon,

and at 7:30 in the evening will ad-

dress the people from the bandstand

in the public square.. Nobody can

make a better speech than Frank

Clark. Everybody turn out and hear

him.

AT DUNNELLON SATURDAY
Mr. Clark will go on to Dunnellon

Saturday morning and address the
people of the Phosphate City that aft

ernoon.

FOUGHT FOR Fill

And France Gave the Cross of the

Legion to the Brave Young
American

(Associated Press)
Paris, Oct. 17 The cross of the Le

gion of Honor was pinned on the

breast of Norman Prince, the young
American aviator, as he lay on his

death bed in. the hospital at Gerard Gerard-mer,
mer, Gerard-mer, in the Vosges. Prince had taken
part in a great aerial raid which had
been followed by a stirring fight in

the air between the entente allies aer

oplanes and German machines. He
suffered injuries to the head, which

apparently were the direct cause of
his death.

Though wounded the American

pilot kept his gun going, warding off

hostile craft which had ascended to
attack the French bombarding squad

ron. He remained long in the air,

coolly facing the fire of the "German

machine guns. Finally, in attempting
to land, he struck an aerial cable the
mischance, it is thought, being due to

his injuries. He was picked up un unconscious
conscious unconscious and died apparently without

suffering.

LITTLE ALBERTA McLUCAS

In the early hours of this morning

Alberta, the four-year-old daughter
of Mr. and Mrs. X Charles McLucas,
passed to her rest at the home of her

parents on North Main streets C 2 N

Funeral services will be held at the

residence at 10 o'clock tomorrow fore

noon, Rev. B. Stephens of the Baptist

church officiating. The funeral will
be in charge of Messrs. Mclver and
MacKay and interment -. will be in

Greenwood cemetery.

The parents have the sympathy of

all their friends in the loss of their

little one.

CLEAR BAD SKIN FROM WITHIN

Pimply, muddy complexions are due

to impurities in the blood. Clear up
the skin by taking Dr. King's New

Liile if ills. 1 heir mild laxative quali qualities
ties qualities remove the poisons from the sys

tem and brighten the eye. A full,
free, non-griping: bowel movement in
the morning is the regard of a dose
of Dr. King's New Life rills the night
before. At your druggist, 25c. 1

PRESIDFIIT CAIIIiOI

, HELP POLAH

Efforts to Relieve the Suffering Peo

ple Repelled by Both the Teutons
and the Allies

(Associated Press)
"Long Branch, Oct 17. President

Wilson today announced that his : ef

forts to get the belligerent nations to
agree to allow the sending of relief

supplies to Poland have failed. He is issued
sued issued a statement saying the rulers of

Great Britain, France, Russia,' Ger Germany
many Germany and Austria-Hungary replied to
his letter sent in July suggesting they

combine to assist in Polish relief. The

president said important differences
between the Allies and. Central Pow Powers
ers Powers still prevailed. v

FLORIDA SENATOR SHOULD

HAVE HIGHER POSITION

Jacksonville, Oct. 17. U. S. Sen

ator -D. "U. Fletcher, here today, an

nounced that he would resign the

chairmanship of the Senate printing

committee if named chairman of the
commerce committee for which he is

in line as a result of the death of

Senator Clarke of Arkansas.

PRICE OF WHEAT WENT

UP WITH A RUSH

Chicago, Oct. 17. Wheat rose sev

en and one-eight cents on the bushel

today as the result of general rush
buying. It was said that export

transactions totalled a' million and a

half bushels. ; The British are report

ed to be making every effort to cheap

en the handling.

IS' DOING GOOD WORK

(Times-Union)
Friends and admirers of F. J. H

von Engelkeri, of East Palatka, who is
now the director of the United States
mint- at Washington, will be pleased
to hear that he is making numerous
new friends: during his speaking tour
in the West. Mr. von Engelken- is

making a trip through Nebraska
Iowa Wisconsin, Michigan and In

diana, discussing the rural credits

system, and is everywhere heard with

attention and interest. The people of

Kansas have asked that he be sent
there. As much time as he can spare
has also been requested by the na national
tional national democratic committee, for his
work is recognized as being effective

and important. Mr. Von Ene-elken

very highly esteemed in Florida "and
his ability as a thinker and speaker

to recognized.

We are now making 5, 6 and 10 cent

loaves of bread, and advise the use o
the latter size. Carter's Bakery, tf

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(Special to the Star)

Jacksonville,, Oct. 17. The demo

cratic campaign committee began

starting out speakers yesterday. W.

T. Cowles opened with a speech at

Palatka and will make a number of
speeches this week in Putnam and St.

Johns counties. Mr. Knott left here

o take up an itinerary covering the

counties west of Tallahassee, during

the coming week Amos Lewis will
address a rally meeting for the or organization
ganization organization of the Knott club at Mar Mar-ianna
ianna Mar-ianna tonight, and will speak during

the week in Jackson,- Madison and

Calhoun'Counties. Just as rapidly as
dates can be arranged, speakers will
be started. -';v? V-.

A very strong and convincing-piece

of campaign literature, showing by

photographs of the tally books, the

various forms of errors made by in

spectors in the counting of the votes,
by which Mr. Catts was given votes
that were not cast for the other can candidates
didates candidates for governor, are being mail mailed
ed mailed out to the voters of the state. This

piece of literature is gotten up in an

attractive form, and proves in a most

convincing and positive manner that
Catts was never nominated by the

voters at the primary election in!

June, and that he enjoyed the-honor!

of being considered the nominee, as" a

result of errors made by inspectors.

Senator Fletcher and a number of

other very prominent democrats visit

ed the democratic headquarters yes yesterday
terday yesterday and gave assurance of co cooperation
operation cooperation and such support as they
cculd render.

Reports are coming to democratic

headquarters of the organization of

Knott clubs and other campaign pre

parations in a large number of the

counties, and optimistic reports of a
rapid changing of sentiment in favor
oi the entire democratic ticket.

Parker Working for! Republicans
Billy Parker, national organizer of

the Guardians of Liberty, has formed

an alliance with the republicans. He
has visited a number of the guardian
courts in the neighborhood of Jack

sonville in the interest of Mr, Allen,
republican candidate for governor. He

leaves Jacksonville tonight for points

in South Florida with a grip and
trunk well: stocked with republican
literature. No statement was .made
or reasons given for his new align alignment
ment alignment but' the report is current, and
no denial has been made, that Parker

insisted that the secret political or

ganization that he is known to be in

terested in I organizing in this state,

has endorsed Mr. Hughes in the

north, and that an order had been sent
to the courts in Florida, demanding

that they also endorse Mr. Hughes,

the republican nominee, and ordering
all members to vote for the republican

electors in Florida. Parker is a re republican
publican republican of the Pennsylvania type
and insists that the courts in this

state must obey orders from the na national
tional national court in so far as it pertains to
the national ticket. T -,

The advisability of organizing sep

arate courts in this state for the col-

ored citizens is reported to have been

under consideration at the national

headquarters for the past several
months. The constitution and ; by

laws of the organization in the north northern
ern northern states is the same as used by the

courts in Florida and permits the col colored
ored colored citizens to join on the same

basis as the whites. It has not been

considered advisable in thi3 state to
open the doors to any -but white citi

zens and for this reason the separate

courts will be organized for the col

ored citizens. The same constitution

and by-laws it is understood, will be
used for the colored organizations, as
is now in use by the jwhites. -Those
who are familiar with Mr.
Parker's methods are inclined to the
belief that it is his intention to begin
the organization of these courts at
once, and it was "this motive that
prompted him to force his alliance
with the republicans.
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Use Juba Self -Rising flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers

ALLIES III coiitdl
AT ATHENS

Another Note, in Severe Terms,
Handed Greek Government by the
French Admiral

(Associated Press)
London, Oct. 17. A new note of
extremely grave character, has been
handed the Greek government by Vice
Admiral Fournet, commander of the
Anglo-French fleet in the Mediterran Mediterranean,
ean, Mediterranean, according to a news agency dis dispatch
patch dispatch from Athens. King" Cohstantme
immediately hastened to Athens from
the royal residence at Tatoi, ,the dis dispatch
patch dispatch added.
Another Athens dispatch said that
French and Italian sailors have oc

cupied the railway stations at Athens
and Piraeus, the city hall and Castalla
barracks, to assist the police in quell

ing threatening demonstrations. An
urgent cabinet council has been called.

TOOK QVEBiTHE SHIPS 1
London, Oct. 17. The Allies have
taken over the Greek battleships Kil-

kis, formerly the United States bat

tleship Idaho,; and Lemnos, formerly
the Mississippi, and the Averoff, ac

cording to Reuter's Athens corre

spondent. Allied crews have been
placed aboard and the Greek crews
sent to Athens.

GREAT STORM

II THE GULF

All Coast Points Warned to Prepare
for the Gale and Shipping Ad Advised
vised Advised to Remain in Port ;

(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 17. Northeast
storm warnings have been ordered up
from Carrabelle, Fla., to Galveston. A
tropical storm is moving northward
across the gulf- Shipping has been
advised to remain in port, and coast
points warned to prepare to meet the
force of the gale.
MATRON'S SILVER
MEDAL CONTEST

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Feature of the Fighting on the
Somme Front

III OTHER THEATERS OF THE 1R IITIIER SIDE 11 11
AHY DECIDED ADVAIITAGE

(Associated Press)

London, Oct. 17. Heavy fighting
continued today on the Somme front
in Northern France. The French last
night again took the offensive north
of the river, pushing their way fur further
ther further into the village of Sailly-Saillisel
on the Peronne-Bapaume road, and re repulsing
pulsing repulsing a German counter attack, ac according
cording according to Paris.
HEAVY FIGHTING NEAR HALICZ
In Galicia, southeast of Halicz, the
Teutonic forces have begun heavy at attacks
tacks attacks on the Russian lines, Petrograd
reported. Assaults were launched
north of Korythiza and in the vicinity
of Bolchovtse, five miles north of
Halicz, after intense artillery fire.
The fighting apparently continued.
RUMANIANS HOLD THEIR OWN
The strong Teutonic offensive near
the junction of Rumania, Transylvan Transylvan-ian
ian Transylvan-ian and Bukowina borders has thus
far been fruitless, according to a
Petrograd official bulletin.
' BULGARS BEATEN BACK
In Greek Macedonia Paris reported
the Serbians repufsed a Bulgarian
counter attack in the Cema region.
BERLIN SAYS RUSSIANS WERE
-'V, v v'-:.-": BEATEN
Berlin, Oct. 17. The Russians were
heavily defeated in Galicia, the Teu Teutons
tons Teutons taking a mile and a quarter of
their trenches with 1900 prisoners,
said the war office.
COMBATS AMONG THE CLOUDS
Paris, Oct. 17. An official state statement
ment statement said that German and French
aeroplanes fought sixty-five battles in
the Somme region yesterday.

1 1 iaHi

HE WHO GI VES AT OIIGE 0
mo TIMES

1

ENCOURAGING LETTER
FROM THE ENGINEERS

A matron's silver medal contest was
held by the Lake Weir W. C. T. U. at
the Weirsdale church Thursday even evening,
ing, evening, October 12. As the evening was
fair and bright all who are interest interested
ed interested in temperance work attended and
the church was crowded crowded-Six
Six crowded-Six excellent selections were given

by six ladies, Dr. Swan, Mrs. James j

Fife, Mrs. Lottie Peters, Mrs. W T.
Kelsey, Mrs. J. M. Douglas arid Mrs.
S. Nelson. ; .
I The judges decided that the medal
should be awarded to Mrs. Lottie
Peters, who gave a beautiful render rendering
ing rendering of "The Result of Treating."
MR. DUNN IS MISSED

Try Bouquet Dozlra perfume, $2
per ounce, at Gerigs. tf

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

V (Tampa Tribune) v
Mr. and Mrs. H. B. Dunn and little
Annie Lena, have gone to Ocala in
their car to be with; their uncle, Mr.
Henry Dunn, formerly a banker and
orange grower of that place, who is
now very ill and is soon to undergo
an operation. He is a gallant Con Confederate
federate Confederate veteran, and his friends of
the reunion will be grieved not to
number him agaong the gathering at
the celebration this week.

SIX NEW MAXWELLS UNLOADED

The Ocala Maxwell agency unload unload-and
and unload-and placed in its warehouse today six
Maxwell touring cars, of the new,
easy riding model.

Twombly and Henney Think there
Will be No Permanent Trouble
With the Imhoff Tank
President Nash of the city council
this mornirig received the following
letter from Twombly & Henney:
Kew York, October 14, 1916.
Mr. George A. Nash, President City
Council, Ocala, Fla.
Dear Mr. Nash: We have just re received
ceived received your letter of October 12th,
concerning the Imhoff tank at Ocala,
also copy of your letter to Bryan &
company and their reply to the same,
and copies of your two telegrams.
We wish to assure you that we will
co-operate with you in every way and
get this tank in proper condition. You
can readily understand that any con concrete
crete concrete tank, exposed to the weather as
this tank has been for so long a time
without being filled with water, would
become more or less porou3 and that

these pores fill up by use. The ex excessive
cessive excessive leakage in this tank indicates
that there i3 some trouble similar to
the trouble experienced at the reser reservoir
voir reservoir at water works. By pumping the
tank out the trouble can be discovered
and remedied. Our Mr. Ebner will do
everything possible to assist you at
present, and our Mr. Henney expects
to be in Ocala shortly and will stay
there until this trouble i3 remedied.
The construction of this tank was first
class in every respect, good material
and workmanship being used in its
construction, and we have no doubt
that the source of the leak can be dis discovered
covered discovered and permanently fixed. With
kind regards.
Very truly yours,
Twombley & Henney.

DON'T NEGLECT YOUR COLD
Neglected 'colds get worse, instead
of better. A stuffed head, a tight
chest must be relieved at once. Dr.

Bell's Pine Tar Honey is nature's
remedy. Honey and glycerine heal the

irritated membrane, antiseptic tar
loosens the phlegm, you breathe
easier and your cold is broken up.

Pleasant to take, Dr. Bell's Pine Tar
Honey is an ideal remedy for chil children
dren children as well 83 grown-ups. At your

druggist, 25c. It

, : New York, October 12, 191G.
Editor Star: We are at the begin beginning
ning beginning of the critical period of tho cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Time is now the important
element. Only one month remains.
We must have action, and have it
quick. We can overcome anything
except delay.

Say to your readers that they must

not think the campaign will be won
by the other fellow. It won't. It must
be won by them. Are they doing their

full part?

Is your precinct committee active

and getting results? Is it organized
and at work ? Your success is not
measured by the amount alone which

of the people who should contribute,

the work will be apparent. All I ask

of your committee is that it really
tries. Make a list of the folks who
want Wilson re-elected, estimate what

you think each one of them should
give, an dthen go and try to get them

to come up to a proper standard.

They can't be patriotic for a dol

lar, if they can afford more. Present

our case to them in this light. Get

them to, give up to the point where it

really means sometning to tnem. une

young lady sent in ten dollars the
other day and said she had saved it

out of her salary as a nurse. If you
can inspire your folks with the spirit

this girl had, money will be forthcom forthcoming
ing forthcoming in abundance.

We are making a card index record

of every penny that. comes in. This'

will be a part of the permanent re

cords of this office. The, lists will also
be sent to your state. Surely many,
many of your people want to be on
these permanent records, in substan substantial
tial substantial amounts. In a way, the relative
amount they give is evidence of their
desire for party success.

xjk: t nix; ueti itviu jf uu aw vjj-c mui

a detailed report of what your com committee
mittee committee has done and is doing.

Very sincerely yours,
W. W. Marsh, Treasurer.

HAVING TROUBLE

v WITH YOUR CAR

Then bring it to me. -Remedying

automobile troubles is my business.

Honest, efficient service; you pay for
the time put in on your car only. J.
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone
393, Ocala, Fla. 9-16-tf

FURNISHED HOME FOR LEASE

A most desirable small residence
for lease. Well located, close in. Has
six rooms, bath, two halls, closets,
five fireplaces; every modern conven convenience
ience convenience including new instantaneous gas
hot water heater in bath; screened
throughout. House is completely fur furnished,
nished, furnished, including new piano. 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 13 a
serious matter and should not be
trifled with, as some of the most dan dan-crerons
crerons dan-crerons diseases Ktart with a common

cold. Take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and get rid of your cold as
quickly as j.ossible. You are not ex experimenting
perimenting experimenting when you use this rem remedy,
edy, remedy, 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,



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PUBLISHED EVERY D AY EXCEPT SUNDAY
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DEMOCRATIC TICKET

Tor President (
Woodrow Wilson
For Vice President
Thomas Marshall
Presidential Electors
J. Turner Butler.
Morton Caraballo.
J. P. Clarkson.
Frank Harm.
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
; H. Clay Crawford.
For Comptroller
Ernest Amos. -For
State Treasurer

J. C. Luning.

For

driven, from his home town and
wandered in this direction. Monday

.morning we received from him a let-

j ter filled with abuse for the people

CRAVE NEWSPAPER

' MEN OF BELGIUM

of this city and vicinity. As he hadn't

i tYia ma nhrwl t.n si P'n his name, we

.take this method of informing him
f that his letter has been contempt

uously referred to the wastebasket.

1

Gober has joined the

i Since Judge

'republican party, most of our people

treat him with sad consideration due

' to a good man gone wrong. Some Some-,
, Some-, times. tho, some one raps him cruelly.

j The other day he was abusing the
I party that he so strenuously defended

up to one short year ago, and among

other things mentioned that $15,000,-

nnn worth of raw eold had been

Talk about running a newspaper

under difficulties here is what the

journalists of Belgium are doing:

The Belgian government authorities
in Havre have received information
of the continued appearance of pat patriotic
riotic patriotic newspapers at Brussels and
throughout Belgium, in defiance of

the German censorship and despite
all the efforts of the German military
police. It is one of the mysteries of
the German occupation of Belgium

how these secret papers can be pub

lished, where they engrave their car cartoons
toons cartoons ridiculing the Germans, and

how they set the type and circulate
the papers.

There is a price of 50,000 marks on

the head of the editor of the Free

Belgium, but it keeps on appearing

just the same. Several id the suppos

ed editors are said to have been shot.
One man was sentenced to twelve

years hard Jabor, others to three and
eleven years, and a woman, Madame
Scheupens, to five years. But each
time that a supposed editor is im

prisoned and the German authorities
feel the trouble is ended, the paper
appears the following day more lusty
than ever with a cartoon making fun
of the prosecution. ;
A file in kept in Havre of these sec

ret papers, as a matter of curiosity.

P 9
Will 1
3E?i Dy

EDWIN BALMER

Copyright. ISI6. fay the Chicago
Tribune

y

hrouffht from the west to Washington

(probably to be cooked). Said one of Free Belgium, which has given tne

hi hearers. "Well, it's lucky the dem- most trouble, prints the following

' ntrofa art in rViarfP of the treasury." notices under its title

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j. Kj. juumng. and the iudfre subsided. "A bulletin ol patriotism, bud m it-

State Superintendent of bchoois Uw to no censorship whatever.

W. N. Sheats.
For Justices Supreme Court J
Jefferson B. Browne.
R. F. Taylor.
For Railroad Commissioner
Royal C. Dunn.
For Adjutant General
J. Clifford R. Foster.
For the House of Representatives
W. J. Crosby.
L. 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.

(Continued from Saturday)
CHAPTER XXIV.
Ruin and PiHage.

N all sides the region or wanton

ruin and savage pillage was ex extending.
tending. extending. From his hiding plac

next day Jim saw a troop of

lancers ride to a farmhouse. Some of
the men entered and came out, their
arms full of loot; others drove the in

habitants before them ; others ran off
the cattle and sheep and killed the

chickens. Then, when everything was

taken, they burned house and barns

and rode away, leaving the homeless

family in a little huddled group on the
hillside. All day parties of horsemen
galloped past in every direction: all

day great columns of smoke billowed

up to the sky from behind the hills
ahead and on both sides. After dark

Jim led his men on.

It was cold that night, and a snow

storm had begun.' It made conceal

ment easier for the fugitive soldiers.

They passed a little crossroads store

which had been looted and then burn

ed, but under the coals there were

some boxe3 or cracsers ana meat.

- rlL- onH his I oci luuy doom,, xiuu -iv-xw

tU I .llllir I MSIII1 Iff JI A IV U11U I

and navy to infinity

fmm mcc Point, were rest- "Business office: Not being handy

VlAiVt J V ' 9 I t 1 I I bll V W V aviMv

ine in the Ocala House office Sunday to have an estaDiisnea aaaress, we are Women. with children, and old men uttle lines of ditches, each with a man

the halL Jim re rested into a coat
closet and waited. No one came.

In a locked room above, the door of

which he broke down. Jim found four

girls overcome by escaping gas. Thej

were attempting to till themselves.
One of the plris was Beatrice Logan.

whom he tried to revive. Summoning
the fire men who had been traveling
with him.' thev returned to the house.

where they repulsed an attack of the

regent's soldiers, killing five of them.

Even as he worked over the hair on-

conscious Beatrice she struggiea

against him.

"It's it's your she murmured at

last "You you were" :

Yes. it's I," Jim assured.
"Then then where am IT
Gradually he-got the sense to her.

"We came and found you, ana we

have killed them all who were here;
we have killed them!"

"Killed them!" she cried. "Killed

them! You hate killed the soldiers

here! Oh, our poor people! Oh. help
our poor people T

Later Jim led his party and the

girls to safety.

Jim became a captain and vowea

that his part of the battle line would
be held next time. -;

He' was going to shoot his men tf

they faltered. Far, far better to shoot

them and fall In the battle line than to

abandon more women and children to

the Invader.

Along with the infantrymen of his

company there were men who, when
they had had horses, had been caval

rymen. Mart Ware was among them.
The company was quite nondescript,
but all had been under fire before, so
they were stationed at a vital point In
the first line trenches above Cayuga
lake.
The lake was miles longer than pre previously,
viously, previously, all the valley on the north be being
ing being flooded. Jim's section of front was
lust beyond the flood. There were

two more trenches behind him three

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dinner,' a couple of ladies who were on cellar.
the other side of the room, and had "Advertisements: Business being
heard of the visitors, inquired of a ml under German domination, we
newspaper reporter where were the have suppressed our advertising page
officers. "There they are," he said, and counsel our patrons to keep their

indicating the group of gentlemen in money tin times get oetxer.

civilian garb, who were smoking and

talking just like any bunch of busi
ness men. "Why, where are their uni

Telegraphic address: Care of Ger

man commander at Brussels."

A recent issue of Free Belgium

forms and swords? said the lady, Npve a canoon oy aemaKer, aaap.eu

who was one of the many who beljeve "om uustave iore s scenes ::m xxen,

the sons of Mars wear their panoply showing women ana cnnaren m agony
all the time. as they are trampled down by a sol-

aier in a uerman neimet, tne i ace 01

Of all the eastern states, the repub republicans,
licans, republicans, are certain only of Pennsyl Pennsylvania.
vania. Pennsylvania. ' ' '

The American consul general at
Moscow reports that Russia now holds
over a million Austro-German prison prisoners.',
ers.', prisoners.', i 1 : ;: ;

Greeks are ; leaving the United
States on every ship in order to join
the party of Venizelos in their native
land. The spirit of Marco : Bozzaris
isn't dead. r

Francis P. Coffin, prohibition candi candidate
date candidate for Congress, is said to be a

Sunday school teacher. He probably

thought he was distributing Sunday

school leaflets when he was handing

out that dirtv anonymous circular

about Frank' Clark.

werfe picking over the hot ashes and

sharing their finds together.. They
gave supper to the soldiers. Jim asked

of the men only direction of the roads.

but he heard other things:
"Where's Mabel, Ed?"
s "Mabel! Oh, heavens!"
"You mean they got her?'

"But she'll fool 'em. She
has poison with her. She'll kill herself

before"

For the thousandth time Jim read

and reread the letter which Mart had

left with him when the boy was called

away for duty the letter in which
Agnes told that she was learning

army nursing and was coming east to

she
had

shows Where was she? Might she be among

military the women captives in those lighted

Not doubting that Bryan & Co. will e bveing evidently meant for gervice as gn ag she could. Had
"" 6 I that, nf the kaiser. Another cartoon. j a t

attend to the leak in the seewrage -7" : :. come euSl air uuu

tank, nor desiring, to give them advice j,"-

on something they should know more commander of Brussels, trying to find houses, surrounded by the regent's
about than we do, we venture to re- . m11 J w.,, wh. the enemy's offi

mma mem ux vC4Jr vwv0 MnmB cers drank and sang ana reveiea

. .a L e J" X 11, I aititXBf. nuuc tUC U1 Wild i VUUiai i
that if they put off attending to the a jaA while the American refugees stole si

matter until a large number of houses u:- oKoii p.i.

oic wimw,vu o-.- i: j

tern, they will find they have a job .
" i.f v, n Bissmg's vain efforts to capture the
that will sicken not only them but all te

that part of the town in
tank is located.

which the

editors.

La Patrie is another of these secret

newspapers, it announces under its

title that. 'it is a "non-censored iour-

While Major Harllee of the Marine aDDearin how. where and when

Corps .was at dinner at the Ocala ,, j Anfh 1? Rtaes that

House dining rooms Sunday, he spied it is in the seCond year of its publica-

a bottle of pepper vinegar .and at t5on The bitterness of this paper is
once had it steered his way. He re- h n ctonHino- line carried at

marked that- he was fond of pepper the head of its editorials, referring to

the Germans as "barbarians and liars

vinegar, but seldom found the real
thing. He founa it that time for he

kept' it right by him and often re

ferred to it. It interested the major

when the newspaper; man sitting by
him told him that the said vinegar
was a home product, made and put up

right here in Marion county.

lently past in the dark, crouching low
over the snow?
A cry a weak little cry of a child child-came
came child-came to him. Jim did not try to rise;
he burrowed under the snow. A wo woman
man woman was lying there. She was frozen.
There could be no doubt of that; but
bundled within her arms and wound
within a blanket was a baby, who
cried weakly once more as Jim lifted
the bundle. lie got to his feet again
and stumbled to a house and entered
the kitchen.
There was ho one In" the kitchen
now. but the floor was wet and mud

died with the marks of men's boots.

always." A recent number showed These marks alarmed Jim, ana, laying

the Germans "en route for Calais" by the baby on the tame as nenearo i

heavy step approaenmg, ce wew ma

The grain growers or the West, the

cotton growers of the South, and the
shippers of supplies to the Allies
everywhere, may be tolerably sure

that if the Germans institute a block blockade
ade blockade of the American coast, the British

navy will break it up.

Confederate Veterans, Sons of Vet Vet-.
. Vet-. erans and Daughters of the Confed Confederacy
eracy Confederacy are gathering in Tampa today
for the state reunion, and the Star
btlieves they will have a better time
in the' gulf city than anywhere except
'Ocala.

way of the Yser river, with the bodies
of German soldiers slaughtered by the

Belgians, floating in the river.

L'Echo, another of the secret jour

nals, announces that it prints "what

censored journals dare not and cannot

WTiile Congressman Clark was here say." A recent number gave the

Sunday, he took pride in showing his speech of Premier Asquith in the

friends his new walking stick. It was house of commons, declaring there

a most handsome article of the kind, WOuld be no peace 'until Belgium was

The work on the new .water and
electric plant is well under way, and
the operations are interesting to view.
The Star would advise the citizens to
go take an occasional look at the
work.- It's their property, and they
should see how it is being improved..

and made of compressed newspapers.

It was as strong and flexible and al

most as handsome as ivory. It was

made and presented to the congress

man by an admirer of his.

i

free. The editorial was headed: "Teu

ton Pirates and Vandals."

Other secret newspapers are La

Verite and the Fleming Lion, v There
is also a Weekly Review of the French
Press, giving articles which have been

At Silver Springs, the "City- of prohibited from being published in

Ocala" is on the stocks, being over- Belgium. Illustrated books also con-

hauled for her winter cruises. She tmue to appear, with : handsome en en-has
has en-has always been a dandy little boat, gravings and colored maps, giving the

and will be better than ever.

As will be seen elsewhere, Billy Billy-parker,
parker, Billy-parker, the apostle to Florida of the
guardians of liberty, is at work for
Geo. W. Allen, the republican nomi
nee. Billyparker was the predecessor
of Catts in his campaign, and Catts
often praises him on the platform.
They cx?m to bo congenial souls.
There were nearly -500 men in
Villa's command when he raised
Columbus, N. M., last March. Of
these, Pershing's punitive expedition
killed or captured 400. They would
have taken Villa if Carranza's troops
had net interf erred, and they would
have wiped Carranza's troops off the
face of the earth if their own govern government
ment government had allowed them to do so.

The Star deeply regrets to learn of
the death at Tallahassee of Mrs. T. J.
Appleyard, wife of Mr. T. J.. Apple Apple-yard,
yard, Apple-yard, the veteran publisher and secre secretary
tary secretary of the State Press Association.
Mrs. Appleyard had been ill for a
long time. The Star joins the other
members of the state press in sincere
sympathy for Mr. Appleyard and his
children in their great bereavement.

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have been we have met some broad broad-minded
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Belgian story as against the German.

Even a : secret press bureau has

been set up as Brussels, which issues
typewritten sheets comparing favor favorably
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bureaus of Paris and London. The

editing is well done, showing that

there must be capable men to gather
the material and put it in shape. The

sheets, mechanically, are even better

than those issued at Paris and Lon

don, showing there must be a large

and first class duplicating process
somewhere beyond the powers of the

Germans to discover.

The Belgian ofEcials themselves do

not know how this work is done, and it

is simply incomprehensible how all

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door. A large man, in the uniform of
the regent's cavalry, strode In unstead unsteadily.
ily. unsteadily. He was flushed with liquor, but

he was clear headed enough to have

suspected that some one had entered.

Suddenly he dropped his chunk or
meat and. crouching, started toward
the pantry.

Jim, waiting, shifted his revolver
to his left hand and drew his sword
with his right He crouched, too,' and

as the man came around the end; of

the door Jim hinged. His point caught

flesh and went through it There was
a horrible gasp, a gurgle, but no other
snnnil Tho man. ran throusrb the

neck, fell without his finger contract
lng so as to fire his revolver.

"Derrinr5 a man's voice was calling.

obviously for tha man whom Jim had

just killed.: "Derrin!"

The man who called he wore the

same uniform with the chevrons of a
sereeant was coming down the stairs.

Jim aimed his revolver pitilessly and

shot the sergeant through the head.

Ifco man mnmlpd and rolled down to

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every yard or so just those three lit

tle lines between invasion, as Jim had
seen during these recent days, and
security and sanctity for honor, life
and possessions. Jim talked to his
men frankly before th& battle began.
Every man was to stand and fight as

long as he had strength. If the order
came to" leave the trenches and ad advance
vance advance the company was going to ad advance
vance advance or the officers would shoot the
men who failed.
During all the forenoon, for five
hours following the dawn, that sec section
tion section of trench was shelled. A few of
the men went mad that morning, two
from head wounds which made them
maniacs for the Inhuman hour before
they died. Then, during a snow flurry
In the afternoon, the shrapnel ceased
and the assault came the charge of

thousands of yelling, white coated fig

uresand the American gun3 could

not even make a gap in their line. It

was all up to the men In the first

line trenches. They were ordered, aft after
er after they had emptied their rifles useless

ly into that charging line of thousilds,

to Jump up in front of the trench and
face them with bayonets.

Only Jim Ashby, the captain of a

company, "kept his word. Wild, fran

tic as the madmen, he struck at the
men who crouched and wouldn't get

up; he dropped one,, shot another, and

the men beyond that one jumped out
of his way and fought.- Another balk balked
ed balked and defied the captain. Jim scream screamed
ed screamed at him, struck him and shut hi3 eyes

as his revolver went off at the blow.

He leaped up In front of the trench;

an opposing bayonet entered his body

and bore him back, and be tumbled
into the trench upon the body of the
soldier of his command whom he had
Just shot

More bodies piled above him; then

the battle was far beyond. Jim Ashby,

captain of volunteers, moved his head

and, after a struss'e, was able to
touch with his lips the brow cf the

boy he had shot The bullet hid gone!

through his head, acd death bad been j
.instant'"' '- : -.;

"Mart!" Captafn Ashby whispered.
"Mart!"
Some time after the eo!d and the
snow had stopped the- bkciiiug of

Jim's wound and his Coat to all stiU

with frozentblooi men of the regain's
ambulance corp3 hers him to a e'jurch
at Auburn, where rows of coi i replaced
the pews and nnrscs were moving
about :'- .: ". ..'.'
The bayouet .1 im was told, b ad
broken two of bfc ribs a?;d shattered
his collar bono. It hr.d left a great
ho!e through hi.1 shoulder, but the steel
had missed his luns
It was the twelfth day later when,
as he lay on his side staring at the
door, he saw Agnes approaching slow slowly,
ly, slowly, gazing at every cot in her search
for Mart.
"Jimr
He had put back the bed covers
from his face, so she saw him from a
few feet away. Her cry was scarcely
more than a whisper. Now she was
beside his bed.
"Jim r she cried again, but her eyes
tnstAful nf Ktavioe unon him glanced

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"The Intrigue' at the Temple last

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roost laughable.

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And you shall have our thanks with

out end,
In closing I remain as ever, your
friend, J. M. Fennel,
Kendrick, Fla., Friday, Oct. 13.
t FORD FOR SALE

A first-class Ford touring car in ex excellent
cellent excellent condition; seat covers, perfect
working Gray & Davis electric starter
and lights; new tires, V-shaped rad radiator,
iator, radiator, etc. Apply to R. R. Carroll,
Ocala, Fla.

SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE

The World's Need
So many gods,' so many creds,
So many paths that wind and wind,
While just the art of being kind
Is all the sad world needs.
Wilcox.
Miss Blair Woodrow left this morn morning
ing morning for an extended trip, first to Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah to be the guest of Mrs. Bev Beverly
erly Beverly Pendleton, and then to Charles Charleston,
ton, Charleston, S. C, to visit Miss Franklyn Har Harvey.
vey. Harvey. The first of December she ex expects
pects expects to be in Jacksonville to take the
two weeks course in dancing and phy physical
sical physical culture under Mr. Sherman
Hammott and Miss Gertrude Ham Ham-mot.
mot. Ham-mot. Miss Woodrow will probably
teach these dances in Ocala during the
holidays. Mr. Hammot and his sister
have just taken this course in New
York.
Mr. D. E.' Busier left yesterday for
Little Rock, Ark., where he has ac accepted
cepted accepted a position with one of the
leading retail shoe stores as manager.
Mrs. Busier and daughter, Miss Car Carrie
rie Carrie Belle, will follow in about three
weeks. Mr, Busier has for several
years been connected with the shoe
department of the II. B. Masters com company
pany company and the family has made many
friends here who will regret their de decision
cision decision to make their home in another
city.
m
The reading club will have its first

meeting today with its president, Miss

Minnie Gamsby. This year the club

will take up the Bay View course of

civil government, which includes the

following: "Woman's Part in Govern

ment," Wm. H. Allen; "Training in

Citizenship," Joseph N. Smith, and

'America in Ferment," Paul L. Han-

worth. ;

The Junior sewing circle of the
Methodist church will meet with Mrs.

Eugene Rivers at her home on Watula
street tomorrow afternoon at three

o'clock. The members are making

great preparations, for their festival

which will be held at the armory Nov.

3rd.

The Hallowe'en dance that was to

have been given by the Daughters of
the Confederacy on the public square

on the evening of Oct. 27 has been de

ferred until the following Friday eve

nmg, iNov. 3. it is expected to be a
most f estive occasion and all the town

should attend.
Mrs. H. H. McCreary of Gaines

ville, president of the U. D. C, and

Mrs. D, E. Mclver, vice president, left
today for Tampa. They went espe especially
cially especially to attend the board meeting,

but will remain for the reunion. They

will be guests of Mrs. Webb.

Mrs. Emelie Suarez, who has been
visiting her sister, Mrs. NvR. Dehon,
has returned to her home in Brook Brooklyn,
lyn, Brooklyn, N. Y. Her friends will be inter interested
ested interested to know that in the near future
she expects to go to Havana, Cuba to
live.
,

, Lenore Ulrich, the popular movie We are now making 5, 6 and 10 cent

star, won many admirers in Ocala loaves of bread and advise the use of

several weeks ago when she appeared the latter size. Carter's Bakery, tf

here for the first time in "The Heart

of Paula' They were just as pleased Use Juba Self -Rising flour for de-

wit.h hfr Inst, intent: m Th Tntrnrnf Mimmic Vinf Kiprii c Af oil trrnoore

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Mrs. E. L. Carney left yesterday for Nine persons out of every ten who

ampa to attend the U. D. C. conven- suffer with their, feet, do not need a

tion. bhe will be the guest of Mrs. longitudinal arch support but an an-
A. G. Baker, wife of Brig.-Gen. Baker, terior metatarsal. Go to the man who
at the Tampa Bay hotel. Mrs. Car- has studied the anatomy of the foot
ney will return Saturday. three years and get relief. Full line

of School's foot appliances. "The

A small party of young folks Man Who Knows." Little's Shoe Par-

motored to the lake this morning to lor. 27-t

bring Miss Elsie Meade to Ocala. She

. Southbound
No. 8 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; Ocala, 4:30 p. m.'; arrives Tampa,
7:50 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala, 1:45 p. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 10 a. m.
No., 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 8:05 p. m..
Northbound
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. 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 Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
. No. A Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.

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

All kinds of seed for fall garden

now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.

For delicious hot biscuits use Juba

Self-Rising Flour. At all grocers.

Try Bouquet Dozlra perfume, $2

per ounce, at Geng's. tt

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"THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY OF THE SOUTH"
Account of Meeting of Southeastern Live Stock Associ Association,
ation, Association, Florida State Live Stock Association, Opening
Armour Meat Packing Plant and Interstate
Stock Yards
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On train leaving Ocala 2:30 a. m., returning on train,
leaving Jacksonville 9:30 p. m. same day, Oct. 18-19-20
On all trains of Oct. 17-18-19-20. limited to return
October 31st

-vOHN EOISSEAU, C. P. & T.
Ocala, Florida.

G. 2. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A
Jacksonville, Florida

Put an Ad. in the Star

will be the guest of Misses Dorothy

and Marion Long for several days.

Mrs. H. A. McConn and her pretty

baby boy, who have been here visit visiting
ing visiting relatives for some weeks, expect

to return to their home in Jackson

ville in a day or so.

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Miss Victoria Raysor is in the city
or a visit to her brotherMr. Henry
?aysor, and family, while her father,

Mr. L. M. Raysor, attends the Confed
erate reunion.

mm

Master Thomas Sexton's little

riends will be glad to have him back

in school after an absence of several

weeks on account of sickness.

m m m

Mrs. Max Tobleski, who was operat

ed on at the Marion County Hospital,

is very much improved, and has been

taken to her home.

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The Tuesday afternoon auction club

will meet this afternoon with Miss

Nellie Gottlieb on Oklawaha avenue.

Mrs. L. M. Brinkley has been in the

hospital for some weeks. Her friends

are glad to see her out again.

s

Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rheinauer

left Saturday for New York, where

they will spend a month.
i

Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Martin have
returned from a very pleasant vaca

tion at Franklin, N. C.

Bliss Irene Gardner of Palatka is

spending a few days as the guest of

Mrs. M. L. Mershon.

Miss Gamsby, the librarian, re

quests the Star to announce that the

Use Juba Self Rising Flour for de

licious hot biscuits. At all grocers.91 6t

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(Continued from Second Page )

now down the line of cots beyona.
"Jim! Mart is he here too?"

He tried to speak, but he could not.

He wet his lips and tried once more.

Agnes! Agnes!" was all he could

say.

"What Is it? Mart, Jim? You

know something of Mart?"

She stopped. That Jim knew some

thing of her brother she now was cer certain.
tain. certain. His manner had told that to her.
He could not deny it now if he would.

He knew, and he must tell her.

"Mart Mart's dead, Agnes."
"Dead!"
"Yes.1 ne was with me,, Agnes. He

was in my company."

"So so you saw him before he was

killed?"

"Yes."
"And afterward?"
'Yes. I I shot him."
You!"
He told her alL Hs had to tell her,

but she did not understand for many
minutes. When the nurses had taken

her away a doctor gave Jim morphine

to make him sleep.

While he remained in that hospital

Agnes did not appear again. His ra-

y. i

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There Was a Horrible Gasp, a Gurgle,
but No Other Sound.
covery, as the surgeon had assured,
promised to be complete. Accordingly
during the next week he was separat

ed from those certified by the regent's

sunreon as "disabled and unable to

again bear arms,"
Jim was sent from the hospital with
the other convalescents to a great

stockade surrounded by barbed wire

barriers charged with electricity and

commanded by machine guns. There,
given a blanket, a bunk in a long

board shack, a tin plate and cup and

snoon and a number to distinguish

him, military prisoner 142,004, recentlj

James Ashby, assistant superintendent

nf thp, Ashbv Brass works. Elgin. MIL.

and more lately captain of American

volunteers, continued his convales
cence.

(Continued Tomorrow)
FRENCn, SPANISH, GERMAN

Mclver & MacEay

UriBERTAKEHS end EDAIHIESS
PHONES 47. 104, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

Elementary classes will be formed
in the near future for teaching the

above lansTiaees accordins to the

nataral method. Also private or class
lessons for advanced pupils. For terms
and other information address, A. E.

Handley, Box 585, Ocala, Fla. 10-13-tf

FOR A MUDDY COMPLEXION

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LADIES' SUITS, SKIRTS and COATS.
GENTS OVERCOATS and SUITS and
PRESS ON A HOFFMAN
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OCALA STEAL! LAUNDRY

PRESS

-The Tire Man
Service car alvtay3 ready for tire
a-ouble on the road. Fisk and Hoed

I Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt prompt-!
! prompt-! !y filled.

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24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
Phones 43878 Ocala, Fla.

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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. ...

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

Rt- Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.

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SaintLeo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Ar tenia
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORF ORATED JUNE 4, 1BS9
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A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE

FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 13,1916

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PAGE FOUR

OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, OCTOBER 17. 1916

Ji

ia ess

PLEASANT EVENING

FOR THE K. OF P.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Council meets this evening.

311.

Use Juba Self -Rising Flour for de

licious hot biscuits. At til grocers.

Some weeks ago the evening of Oct.

16th was set by the local lodge of

Knights of Pythias as the date for
having an oyster supper after the

meeting, and as the attendance was

I considerably swelled the cause may

For delicious hot biscuits use Juba b to extent traceable to said oy-

Self Rising Flour. At all grocers.91 6t gter supper.

After the resrular business of the

Dr. R. D. Fuller's office phone is hgg was dispensed with the field was

y-4-tI Uiool fr- o.tir.n ru Mr. C Far

rell, a member-elect of the Martel

lodge, was shown the way through the
second rank by request of his home

lodge. After strenuous efforts on the
part of the candidate and ; working

team Mr. Farrell finally reached the

shore in safety.

A number of splendid addresses

were made during the evening and
while more or less levity was inter

mixed the lessons to be derived from
them were good.

At 9:30 the "oyster committee" an

nounced that the spread awaited

those who cared to partake, and near nearly
ly nearly everyone present fell into line and
marched to the Ocala House Cafe,

When thirsty drink at Gerig's

Ocala's popular coda-cola fountain.

Mr. Lawrence Beck, one of Fel Fellowship's
lowship's Fellowship's best citizens, was in town

.yesterday.

"AGIN THE AMENDMENT has one senator and two representa

tives. She shall have one senator and

Editor Star: -The makers of the U. three representatives. Dade has one

S. constitution did well when they de- fourth senator, one representative

clared the small states should have J She shall have one senator and two
the same number of U. S. senators as I representatives. Marion has half a

the largest states. senator and two representatives. She

The makers of the U. S. constitu-1 shall have one senator and three rep-

tion did well when they proportioned! resentatives. The smallest county
the House of Representatives accord-1 shall have one senator and one repre-

ing to population, giving the larger I sentative

and smaller states the same represen-1 Is the proposed amendment better

tatives according to population. jtlia nthe old regime?

The makers of the U. S. constitu- The prposed amendment is better

tion did well when they caused an au- j than the old. It .will forever settle

tomatic re-apportionment each ten! the question of the legality of the

years according to population. The! Florida legislature.

apportionment adopted by the makers
of the U. S. constitution has been in

t ? -F .-wsi s -fw 1 OQ trflOM

without a single change or a single

miss. - :

Beautiful roses for 50 cents a doz

also rose bushes from 15 to 50

cents each. Phone 445. 10-16-6t

en;

Let us compare the apportionment 1 for God's sake, and more particularly

of this state with the national consti- j the linotype operator's sake, to put a

tutiori and see which is best, and then j new ribbon on his typewriter.

act accordingly.

For delicious hot biscuits use Juba

foW twv sVin nf Marfl where Host Bennett had prepared the

and Arthur Williams of Cotton Plant, juicy bivalves in every known style.

Many oi tne memoers wno in me

lodge room play the roll of wall flow-

were in town yesterday.

The constitution of this state says

there shall be but 32 senators, 68 rep

resentatives ; (barring the one repre

sentative from each new county) and
each ten- years the legislature shall
re apportion the membership of the

egislature.

Our state constitution is

old.

w rmw makW fi a nd 10 mths certainly do shine at the festive

loaves of bread, and advise the use of Hoard and. these were no exception at

last evening's least.

Besides the candidate for initiation

Tv,a ctn, ha from Mattel : lodge were present

fnrrA rm ca! r. fJrio.' XT Stare. Hess- :U.iV!Uiliu uu u.

v. -'- a TT- I .' I t 1

hicks, ana several irora ouier nearuy

M-J

A ten-pound boy arrived at the luuscs

home of Mr. and Mrs. George Gordon

at Martel today.

Mr. C. C. Stevens, our staunch far

mer friend from Fellowship, -was in

i J I 1 J J.1 OX

TT JnKn Kolf.PiaW Flnnr fr Hp.Iw yesieraay, anu abKeu iuouu

W Wmfa. At. 11 wrs: fit ""rite all the town folks who wanted

. 1 v n IimI nrrxvAj vtritXt tlne Vta

IU uv a uitu a uajr o nuiik nivu nit uwv

or rake, and then enjoy a good coun

try dinner, to attend the working at

Fellowship tomorrow, on which oc

casion the good people of that neigh

borhood will clean up the cemetery

and when work is done refresh them themselves
selves themselves from well-filled baskets. The

Mr. J. E. Hyndman will be taken to

his operation will be very successful.

Use Juba Self -Rising Flour for de

licious hot biscuits. At all grocers.

Coca-cola made in Atlanta,' made people of Fellowship take great pride

famous in Ocala at Gerig's. mr W1C

I out wim it win an nonorauie worn.

Two North Orala homes were made

hnrnv i7Pterflw hv n visit of tlie fUlWiW; lUUft AtUM

-rr r j "j I i-i i i i.

stork. A boy was born at the home SSS&rjSS
of Mr. and Mrs. W, J McGehee, and f rom rheumatism, gout, lumbago,

a srirl to Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Roland. I neuralgia, eet a bottle of Sloan's Lin

lment, the universal remedy for pain.

t.- t.. i Easy to apply; it penetrates without

w imvc xiew pciiumc, uuuijueii ii- xArth the toiler flesh.

T J ,e l a; x -i. r I T o - r.

uvziru, a una jasung ex true t. er i cleaner and more effective than mus

tf sy ointments or poultices. Tor strains

or spj-ains, sore muscles dr wrenched

Mr. B. H. Seymour and a friend, by SlowTS

calling at the store of A. Arabian, relief. Keep it on hand for emereen-

ounce. Gerig's.

may refresh themselves with our cele

brated drink, bottled coca-cola at the

expense of the Ocala Coca-Cola Bot

tling Works.

cies. At your druggist, 25c.

STOP THE FIRST COLD

A cold does not get well of itself.

The process of wearing out a cotd

That srood old veteran. L. M. Rav' wears you out. and your cough be

M Tt- i comes eenous negiectea. riacKine

. i.t,Ai, coughs dram the energy and sap the
were in town today on their way to vitity. -For 47 years the happy

uie reunion in lampa. ivir. xtaysor combmation of soothing antiseptic

back so hard he almost broke him ery has healed coughs and relieved

in two. That old man could
several good battles yet.

fight

Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,

congestion. Young and old can tes

tif y to the effectiveness of Dr. King's

New Discovery for coughs and colds
Buy a bottle today at your druggist

50 cents. .. 1

for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf HQW CATARRII IS CONTRACTED

Some cities have ordinances to pre

vent mules braying or roosters crow

ing, and now our clever young friend,!

Mothers are sometimes so thought

less as to neglect the colds which their

children contract. W The inflammation

I vf Vo Tnnrtne rMamrirona o fii-CT

. D. McDonald, wants steps taken w acute, becomes chronic and the child

stop jaybirds from chattering and has chronic catarrh, a disease that is
causing him to lose his beauty sleep seldom cured and that may prove a
r m.. ; rt life's burden. Many persons who

aoout jayDiras gomg:to neii on n- member having had frequent colds at
days is a myth, unless they go after the time it was contracted. A little

breakfast.

W. K. Lane, Mi D., Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf.;

I forethought, a bottle of Chamberlain's

Loufirh Kerned v ludiciouslv used, and

all this trouble might have been avoid

ed. Obtainable everywhere.

Use Juba Self -Rising Flour for de

licious hot biscuits. At all grocers. 6

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W I it m "Wri :

Let us vote for the amendment!

Yours truly, L. S Light.
Reddick, Fla., Oct. 16.
The Star is always glad to hear

from Mr. Light, but would ask him

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USEFUL INFORMATION

For All Who WTant to Send Mail to the

Soldier Boys on the Frontier
Hdq. 2nd Fla. Regt., Oct. 2, 1916.

Editor Star: Will you kindly pub

lish trio fnllrfarirtrr iryf rirnrt rt tirvn "f nr

30 years L.-. j

The legislature m 1897 and m 1907 fantry AU fce addressed

to 1 Co. Second Florida
Ttrfanf-Mr T n rcA r Torno Poffimont

1907, an effort made in 1909, two ef- leayes men in good

forts in 1913 and 1915 by a : three-

fifths vote of both houses. A new
constitutional amendment was passed

health and spirits. Everyone request

ed to send me magazines and papers.

I will see that proper distribution is

(and.to be -voted on by the people iW- Uade.,. Reading, matter will be much

appreciated. Respectfully,

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

DESPONDENCY

fall) something on the order of the

national proportionment.

There are now 32 senators, .74 leg

islators 106 members. Yet our con

stitution limits the number to 100.

The constitution of the state should

be above the action of the legislature.

The legislature of the state has fail- When you feel discouraged and de

ed to obey the state "constitution in I spondent do not give up but take a
dose of Chamberlain's Tablets and

v"w i i. t r i

H, ,. . juu aic annual tci taiu iu icu an
our constitution is right, then Lht itnin a d v or two Desnond.

some of the past legislatures were il- encv is very often due to .indigestion

legal. and biliousness, for which these tab-

tt inarri inciAfnra lets are especially vaiuaDie. uotam

FOFiFVl

AVERAGE FIGURES

REDUGO
GTouTnouRnn

W.B.Nnform Corset

me Style, Ccisfort and perfectly
fitting Gown. Long wearing, tiey
assure the ctaost in a corset at
most Ecoroidcal Price. $3.C3

V.B.Reduco Corsets
cuke large Lips disappear; bulky
waist-lines mere gracefd; awk awkward
ward awkward bast-lines cnaller and
neater, and have the "old corset"
comfort with the first fiairs.

?5.C3 and $3.C3.

YVEINGAUTEN BROS, fcc Hew York, duoji Smfttndta

Put an Ad. in the Star

If the proposed amendment is de

feateel at the polls this fall. then it is
up to the next legislature to make a

new re-apportionment.

Judging from the past the legisla

ture will refuse to do so. Because it

would say to Lake, Nassau, St, Johns,

Putnam, Hamilton and; Bradford or
other counties but half of a Senator,

and but one representative, and Hills

boro and Pinellas but one senator be

tween them, etc.

Will these counties submit to such

treatment?

A few days ago the Tampa Times

showed the, inequality of giving a
small county the same strength in the

state senate as the large county.

,The Tampa Times failed to show

the inequality as it exists today.

Look at the inequality of the Unit-

eu btates benatorial apportionment.

New York has more than! 9,000,000,

Florida has 900,000. New York ten
times that of Florida. Nevada has
81,000 people. Hillsboro county has

83,000 more than the state of Neva

da. New York has more than 100
times as large a population. The
twenty states in the Union having the

lowest population have about the

same population as New York state.
They have 40 votes in T the United

States Senate to New York's two.
k You say this is wrong.

If this wrong why has.it continued

for 128 years?
What injustice has it done?
Why no complaint?

Why is there a change in the re

apportionment of congress each 10

years without fail?

There is an eternal and righteaus

fitness in this fact that says to ur
legislative department of this great

country that the small and weak state
shall have the same voting strength
iu the United States Senate as the
large and strong states have.
Hillsboro has now one half a sena senator,
tor, senator, two representatives. The amend amendment
ment amendment proposes for Hillsboro to ; have
one Senator and three representatives.
Pineallas, has. one half senator and
one representative. They shall have
one senator and two representatives;
Manatee has one-half a senator and
one representative. She shall have, one
senator and two representatives. Polk

Disgusted the Minister.

"The new minister called upon the

factory superintendent today." "How'd
he come out?" "Boiling. The super

intendent thought he was a man look

ing for a job and told .him that he
would give, him a job in spite of his
looks, if he could furnish first-class

references and give a bond." Houston

Post.-

Dante's Claim Rejected.
"What was that tenderfoot try in' to

eell you?' asked Broncho Bob. "Dante's

Inferno," replied Three Finger Sam.

I told him I didn't see how Dante had

any business stakin' a claim on what

Crimson Gulch Was liable to produce
gratis and abundant any minute."

Washington Star.

For service first, trade at Gerig's

Ocala's best drug store.

ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

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ML iry, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap Chap-pell
pell Chap-pell of this town, says: "I suffered for
five years with womanly troubles, also
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I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good. ; c
1 read one day about Cardui, the wo woman's
man's woman's tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six bottles until
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My friends began asking me why I
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feeling? -
If so, let us urge you to give Cardui a
hial. we feel confident it will help ycu,
just as it has a million other women in
the past half century. :
Begin .taking Cardui to-day. Yet
won't regret it. All druggists.
Write t0f Chattanooga Medicine Co., Ladies'
Idfisory Dept.. Chatxaiioojra. Tenn., for Sttcuu
'futr-uctiens on your case and 64-p&g book. "Horn
TntaUot Women." at j&tin wrapoer. HQ. 114

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You will find many animals in
this cargo to suit you, whether
you want a heavy draft or
driving pair. Call and see
-them. They will be sold under
a guarantee.

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Stables on West Broadway
OCALA : FLA.

Cars RepFesemi Greater VaMs

TSuae FoFdis PeE Dollar Mvet

Figures Compiled from the Wall Street Journal

President Flanders of the Maxwell Co. thoroughly understands the policy
of popular leadership in the automobile field through continuous price reduc reductions.
tions. reductions. He says "Every man I ever met either owned an automobile or in intended
tended intended to own one. Every price reduction we make enlarges the field: Our
popular car was $G95 about a year ago when we cut it $40. This year we cut
it $60, making the price $595, and every cut we are able to make will increase
the output."
The broadening character of the automobile industry is shown by the fact
that while Ford and Maxwell are reducing prices, several higher-priced cars
are advancing their prices and cars of limited output and of super-excellence
in individualized construction and finish are contemplating radical advances.
The highest-priced car in the future will be more than ten times and pos possibly
sibly possibly more than twelve times the price of either the Ford or Maxwell.
We class these two cars together because they are substantially at the
same price when the accessories, such as electric starter, demountable rims,
speedometer, etc., are added to the price of a Ford or deducted from the price
of a Maxwells yet the Maxwell is a larger type of car, more artistic in appear appearance
ance appearance and claims other points of superiority.
Maxwell Price vs. Ford Price
Ford gets a tremendous amount of advertising because. Westing house and other concerns are ad advertising
vertising advertising accessories for the Ford car.
, Here is a list of items which a large number of Ford buyers "add to their car, but which come com complete
plete complete with the MaxwelL The goods here listed are regularly advertised as needful additions to a Tord:
v Parts Required Prices Quoted By Price
High tension magneto ............ ..Bosch Magneto Co. 58.00
Electric starter .... ....... ...Simms Magneto Co 75.00
Storage battery ................... Prest-o-lite Co. ............. 28.00
Demountable rims .Kelsey Wheel Co. .......... "22.00
Demountable rim carrier. .Auto Equipment Co 3.50
One man mohair top, $27.50; less
$10 for old top....... .Barton Auto Top Co 17.50
' Linoleum running boards ......... .Auto Equipment Co 6.00
. Rain-vision ventilating windshield.... Vanguard Mfg. Co.. .... 10.00
Speedometer Stewart-Warner Co... ....... 10.00
,3-inch tires for front U. S. Tire Co......1..... 7.20
Dash light and gasoline gauge....... Auto Equipment Co 2.50

List price of Ford car (F. O. B. Detroit) .
Ford Car Complete (F. O. B. Detroit)...
Maxwell Touring Car (F, O. B. Detroit) .
Difference in favor of Maxwell. ...... .

$239.70
...$360.00

...$599.70
...$595.0?

...$ 4.70

And Then Your Ford is Narrow Tread
Your Maxwell "is Wide, or G0-in., Tread
Sensible, people will be surprised, we think, to consider these figures and see that the Maxwell
costs less than a Ford without considering the extra room, beauty and full spring equipment as com compared
pared compared to the two cross springs on a Ford.
The questions asked in the automobile and financial world a few years ago as to the future of
the Maxwell have been answered with emphasis and are being answered, daily and monthly, with
record output and increasing net returns' fey the organization which President Flanders has built up.
Maxwell has come back and, in its class, is in the race for leadership,. this year.
v One Chassis Five Bodies

. .....i...........$580 Touring Car ..$393
. ................. 865 town Car 913
,:...f ............. 525 Sedan .. .. ............ ... 9S5
THESE PRICES F. O. B. DETROIT

Roadster;
Cabriolet
Chassis.

OCALA

Dealer

FLOHIDA

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

LOST Leather suit case on street.
Contained girl's clothes, also baby
clothes. Return to ,Lillie Ulmer, Box
33, Route A, Ocala. 10-12-6t

COTTAGE FOR RENT One-story
cotage; all modern improvements,
rent reasonable; one block from pri primary
mary primary school, corner South Second and
Alvarez streets. Apply to Charles
Rheinauer. 10-11-tf
QUICK SALE WANTED Ten acre
tt act of land, M 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

YORK

IiLilliiiy

VIA

FOR SALE -An upright piano; in
good condition; attractive price. Or
wil lrent. Phone 242.' 4-tf-

FOR RENT Two furnished rooms;
modern conveniences, desirable neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Mrs. A. M. Perry, Herbert
street. V 4-tf-

LOSTOn Lake Weir road to Ocala,
gray overcoat. Initials D. T. J. in inside.
side. inside. Finder will be suitably reward rewarded
ed rewarded by returning to D. T. Jeff coat,
Ocala, Fla. 10-3-6t :

Only Direct Lino from Jaoksbrtvlllo
FARES, Including All Expenses
1st Cabin Excursion 2d Cabin St'rage
To New York ............... $24.90 $430 $10.00 $12X0
To Charleston ....... ... 8.00 12.00 6.00 4.C0
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. VEFJZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib erty St, Jacksonville, Florid

FOR RENT -A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. R. Carroll, Star ofiice. 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

WANTED Five two-horse wagons
suitable for.;, heavy hauling; state
price. Address M. G. Davis, Zuber,
Fla. 10-16-6t- :

FOR SALE 250 acres of good land,
suitable for growing cornr peanuts,
velvet beans or cotton. Write Mrs. J.
A. Manley, Ocala, Fla or phone No.
334. - 10-16-t Y

WANTED To hire ten teims to work
on hard road in Levy county near
Dunnellon. J. B. Gaddis & Co., Inglis,
Fla. 10-16-3t

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J ACII SONVILLE FLORIDA

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a the Heart of the city with nemming Park for a front' yard.
.Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $8.00.

ROBERT M. MEVER,
Proprietor.

J. E. KAVANAUGH

Manager.

Ustt of Adversity.
- Adverrity h&j tne effect of eliciting
talents which in prosperous circum circum-stap.ces
stap.ces circum-stap.ces would have lain dormant
Horace. j

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

Treat in Store fcr the Boarders.
Ma." queried the small daughter cf
the boarding housekeeper, "what ehall
I do with these basting threads?".
"Give them to me and I wilj -stir ihera
into the frosting for tha c jcoaaat
cake," sail her mother, Tenth's Cc.
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