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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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WEATHER FORECAST

Generally fair tonight and Friday;
cooler northwest portion.
OOALA, FIOKIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1916
VOL. 22 NO. 25

PRESSING FOBO

TOWARD PEIli
trench and British are Now Aiming
to Capture the Key Point of
the Somme Front
(Associated Press)
London, Oct. 1?. Paris announces
that the French are pursuing closing
in operations on Peronne on the, Som Somme
me Somme front by continued pressure south-1
west of the town between Biaches and
La Maiscnette, on the opposite bank I
of the river, after carrying the entire
German first line on this sector yes-
iiraay. iney withstood all counter
attacks and extended their gains, the
announcement states.
RUSSIANS HOLD THEIR GROUND!
Petrograd reported spirited fighting
in Volhynia. East of Vladimir Volyn Volyn-ski
ski Volyn-ski the Russians are said to have re
pulsed several attacks.
MAKING
PROGRESS
i DONIA
IN MACE-!
Despite notably unsettled conditions
in Greece, which apparently had a
tendency to delay determined pushing
of entente operations on Macedonian
front, n frph 'Hn.aB.i u
T.1 L i r. .
"J j uuvwvouui abbOV& I) V I
i rerifn Jinn arniin trnAna 9 1
ed. Paris announced the
Serbians
have retaken Brod in- the Cerna river
region, southeast' of Monastir, which
the Bulgarians recently recaptured,
A delayed report from Sofia declared
attacks in the Cerna region failed.
INDICATES AN OFFENSIVE
Interest is attached to possible de
tuiHuika hi lire varuar reeion atl
the-center of-th Mn;n
T iffto -t;n. t- t..'
u unuiuj ovuuij una ucen i
repouea there recently. A Paris an-
nouncement last niirht that ententJ
forces had captured hostile trenches
a quarter of a mile deep indicated the
possibility that a heavy entente of
fensive may be extended there.
1, TIDE HAS TURNED
A Bucharest' dispatch announces
tthat the Rumanians are driving th
, o w
Teutons back in Transylvania.
ROUGH TIMES AHEAD
FOR TOE RAILROADS
(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 19. T. II. B. Mc-
iimgnt, of the iennsylvania -railroad,
v t- t 'vT1; -ff
V i. w T
the reduction of immigration and keen
foreign competition would cripple
American business after the war. He
.said the railroads faced a critical sit
uation. -
EARTHQUAKE IN ALABAMA
(Associated Press)
Birmingham, Oct. 19. Birmingham
md this section of Alabama had the
jverest earthquake .in the history of
ne section yesterday, and although
kittle property damage was caused,
)tner than the destruction, of chim- j
tys and windows, great excitement
irevailed.
E. E. BEDFORD
(Associated Press)
i
G reen Ba v. Wis.: Oct 1 9. tthpn
srene Redford. author of "Silver
,.
breads Among the Gold," died here
esterday of typhoid fever.
FLEMINGTON
Flemington, Oct. 18. J. M. Math-
s spent a few days in Jacksonville
st week.
p ,( r i
C. M Mathews was ,in Ocala several
ys or last week. lr
I
Cecil Mathews spent the week-end
L home
Miss. Lillian Bailey of
Ocala has
turned home after spending awhile
uh Miss Tilhe Dantzler.
v,. Mauiews leit.tounoay to ac-
A it . .
I V VWM'. CU1"U" "lt"
' C. M. Mathews attended a ball at
I.
4
reher Friday night.
r. Clarence Chitty, Misses Jane
rpe and Rubye Edwards, of Irvine
-re callers here Sunday.
Elbert R. Mills of Ocala was in our
isrhborhood Sunday afternoon.
FOR 'A MUDDY COMPLEXION
Take Chamberlain's Tablets and
j t a diet "of vegetables and cereals.
outdoor exercise daily and your l
-" plexion will be greatly improved i
in a rew months. Try it. UDtam UDtam-h
h UDtam-h everywhere.
a.
K. Lane, M. D Physician and
rr?on. soeeialist Fre. Ear. Noss and
;u. Law Library building,
'-i".
3 4 lbs suit ar fnr $1 with one dol-
worth of other groceries on Sat-

. r ... ft fm I l a f W"1J IttlUDUlCi J U Chilli
and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.ahfa everywhere

IS MUCH ALIVE

Keport of the Death of Lieutenant
William Thaw Proved to be a
Baseless Rumor
(Associated Press)
Pans, Oct. 19. Lieut. William
Thaw of the Franco-American avia
tion corps, arrived here last night to
attend the funeral tomorrow of Ser
geant Norman 'Prince, it was said at
his home here. A New Haven dispatch
said yesterday that word had been re
ceived there of Thaw's death.
VILLA AND HIS VILLAINS
Unable tp Agree Among Themselves,
Although They Continue to Have
the Best of Their Enemies
(Associated Press)
El. Paso, Oct. 19. Villa personally
led his band into Cusihuiriachic, Oct.
10th, according to arrivals here. They
seized all supplies found. He was in
possession of Cusihuiriachic last Sat
urday, they said. ;
UNABLE TO AGREE
Chihuahua City, Oct. 19. Deserters
from Villa's band arriving here re-
Prted dissension among the bandit
leaders. They said Villa nuarrelp
Inrith Sal'i'rii. i.rV;i.n C1 1 TT..;i. I
" A I
"vu uiuai, nunc oaidar aiiu urine 1
w eir Plslols during a recent dis
pute.
SERVICES AT CHRISTIAN
CHURCH SUNDAY
. As the seauel to corresDoncTenre hv
tne omciaioardton behalf of the
cnurcn, tne Kev.
C. E. Wyatt is expected to reach
r 1
Ocala from Louisville, Ky.. the latter
part of the week to remain nv'pr.twn
r
"
Mr. Wyatt is a young man, well
equipped for ervice and with some
year.s 01 aive pastoral work to his
credit. He comes to us very highly
recommended, and should the outlook
and other conditions be v mutuallv
. .
"61ll-ai"c' remam anu
enter at once into his duties as min
ister.
The public is cordially invited to
hear Mr. Wyatt preach on the next
two Sundays at the usual hours.
ABOUT TO BEGIN
PACKING ORANGES i
Cjty i3 at Qcala packing houge
and the work of packing them will
FPn today or tomorrow.
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
South Lake Weir, Oct. 18. Rev. E.I
C. Albertson and family spent the day f
last Sunday with the former's broth
er, Rev. G. V. Albertson and family
at DeLand, making the trip in their
car.
The orange season opened up very
brisk Monday the 16th.
AH the large I
packinghouses are running full time.
The first car of the season was ship
ped from the Willard packing house
Tuesday of this week.
Mr. E. Schnitzler and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. Bickley and Miss Louise Schmidt I
arrived last week from Asbury Park. I
Mrs. Bickley is in very poor health
! She is still confined to her bed and
her many friends wish her a speedy
recovery,
. .
Anere are lulie a numDer oi young
raen .wianao pacumg or
ping at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Geo.
O ....... ..v.. iO BlUU- I
J. Hickey.
t Tjj u
Mr. Roy Anderson came up last
Sunday and spent the day visiting his
.A V tT"- c
. A A r. . "I
ivjw: went to ucaia iasi Saturday,
shoppin. and
- - cj-j
& it. r v Miii m .- vi iii rii u van in rw i
Mr. J. C Le e and frW? nf u.'e
bure were in town visitine- the orar,
crrnwprc tWo woiiir -w, I
comDliment of havW Som nf
nof wi A
AVr Bar A j
w oJMit o tiCOfc
deal for our community, as Mr. Lee
was raised in 7 and V around orange
groves." He certainly ought to know,
and we are glad we are holding the
name we have had for years, that the
most beautiful
groves are
found I
around Lake Weir.
HAVING TROUBLE
WITH TOUR CAR
Then bring it to me. Remedying
automoDiie trouDies is my business. I
Honest, efficient service; you pay for
the time put in on your car only.
J.
A. Bouvier, Anthony
893,' Ocala, Fla.
road, phone I
9-16-tf
DESPONDENCY
When you feel discouraged and
dose Chamrlai
you are almost certain to
von are almost rtcm : f a fl all
nght within a day or two. Desnond-
ency is very often due to indigestion
;21r5-Ar

GHin JOHN

PAUL JONES

Order of Merit Awarded to Com
mander of U-35 for Havoc Made
Among the Fatherland's
.'' Enemies -
(Associated Press)
Berlin, Oct. 19. Lieutenant Com
mander Perriere, commander of the
submarine U-35, has been awarded
the order of Pour Le Merite for sink
ing 126 vessels, totalling 270,000 tons.
He is credited with fighting seventeen j
battles. One French and one English j
cruiser were among those sunk.
ALAUNIA WENT UNDER
Cunard Liner Hit a Mine in the Ene-
litfh Channel
(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 19. The Cunard
liner Alaunia was sunk by a mine in
the English channel this morning, be
tween Falmouth and London, accord
in2 to a cablegram received at the
Cunarfd offices here. It is believed
that the passengers landed at Fal
moutb. Some of the crew are miss
11f?
The Alaunia left here Oct. 7th.
ARE WILLING TO AID
Editor Star: Will you kindly let me
i know if a committee has been ap
pointed or if any one intends to go
nm ii.. t "'
tne Dusiness men and people
wuecuon xor
;V';r V6n,"; """c"j-
WW1 othfs arf denrous.aid.
1 i ,
m? m ihe good work.
Yours truly, Ollie Mordis.
:
C!rt fa. o il r.
1 !" "f18 there as
VlAAH tlA IMAt. Z. J! A.
m uua UUCWWUU
in Ocala. Syrians, however, are
much entitled to assistance as any
v a.;f. ; .
other people ; probably more than
someras many of them have settled
j j
: -
MOSS BLUFF
Moss Bluff, Oct. 19. Miss Sallie
Morrison spent Sundav with her
( 3
friend, Miss Maud Davis. ;
Mrs. M. N. Waters and Mr. Gus
Waters attended church at Capulet
Sunday. ,.
and Bob Griggs spent a few days at
Lake George, and found the fishing
nne.
Mr. Oliver Fort and family and
Miss Ramsey attended church at Cap-
met bunday, heard a fine sermon by
Kev s- W. Colson, met a host of
charming people and had a fine din-
ner. I
Mr.. Sam McKinney visited school
this week. These visits are appreciat-
ed by teacher and pupils. Let more
of us visit the school and show our
children and teacher that we are in-
terested in what they are doing.

J. G. Lege of Eastlake is here pick-ling

ing and hauling oranges. He will be-1
gin packing soon.
Mr.. N. A.- Fort is having a public
road opened up across the scrub. It
wil extend to Orange Hammock and
M1 De a great improvement.
PLUMBDfG AND ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
When you have plumbing or elec-
7 :" V. A . AUrm you
I
Muuwiea. Hu juu too large ana
none
too small, tf
H. W. Tucker.
FRENCH, SPANISH, GERMAN
Elementary classes will ht form a?
. 7 .
the near future for teaching the
above Ianeuaffes kecordin? tn t tKe
natural method. Also private or class
. ... w
ssons ior advanced pupils. For terms
and other information address. A. E.
Handley, Box 585, Ocala, Fla. 10-13-tf
BAD COLDS FROM
- :
LrlTHJ SNEEZES GROW
Many colds that hang on all winter
start with a sneeze, a sniffle, a sore
throat, a tight chest. Tou know the
symptoms of colds, and you know
prompt treatment will break them up.
jur. jxing-s new juiscovery, witn its
soothing antiseptic balsams, has been
breaking ud colds and healinc concha
of young and old for 47 years. Dr.
Kjng's New Discovery r loosens the
Stated membrane
pniegm, clears the head, soothes the
ing easier. At your drue-pist. Kfk- 9.
If you are seekincr hats that will en
hance your good looks, hats of achar-
lacter of workmanship unexcelled anv-
where, and last, but not least, hats so
figured that the price suits everv-
de-lbody. call to see Mrs. .: Mmta. Aa.
exV "ry. Next
"UUi counts grocery. UUT exhibit
, oi pattern hats continues all week. 2t
Use Juba Self -Rising tflour for de
licious hot biscuits. At all grocers.

1101!
President on His Way to Chicago
Would Not Speak but Shook
Hands with the People -
(Associated Press)
Goshen, Ind., Oct. 19. President
Wilson shook hands with large crowds
l at a number of towns and cities in
Ohio and Indiana today en route to
Chicago. He refused to make any
speeches. v
SCORE OR MORE
OF MINERS KILLED
, (Associated Press)
lairmont, W;Va.; Oct. 19. A num
ber of men were entombed by an ex
plosion today in mine number seven
of the Jamisen Coal &; Coke Co., at
rraLKVlue' ipany omciais said
f, , . .
tuere were not less man twenty, it is
WACAIIOOTA
Wacahoota, Oct, 18The weather
still continues warm and dry. We
would be glad to see a shower on the!
young vegetables.
Mrs. B. C. Bauknight of Jennings,
La., arrived on the 7th and is visiting!
ner mother, Mrs. J. Porter Smith, and
other .relatives.
Rev. Williams of Micanopy preach
ed an interesting sermon at the M. E.
cnurcn bunday afternoon. He was
m
accompanied from Micanopy by Mr.
Roberts. ".".-;
Mr Npal AT a f h oxxra ef- PlAmitinlnft
-- v,k reuuutwu
Ltfn
Sunday afternoon; .
, Quite a large crowd met at the
home of Mr. and Mrs. v P., Smith
inursoay, uct. iz, to celebrate thel
84th birthday of Mrs. J. Porter mith.
vuvjf-Auui coioHuittuu-p'
Uother Smith, as shei is called, en-
I lACmfo hfli.oin'httTAn iron wr -mm m Jl
hrtWfl mnfAltr A U1U 1 I
aoie to De out witn tne. guests and to
enjoy all the pleasures of the day. At
noon dinner was served on the lawn, j
L.j .. i.L... ,
-uuvi u ugs uaa,uBc, auu we luiigi.
taoie was lull.to overflowincr with all
the dainty viands that thrifty house-
wives can cook. In the center of the
table was an immense square angel I
food cake and was baked to hold 84
candles. Mrs. Smith was the rppinipntJ
. J- '-X
of a number' of lovely gifts. Those
from a distance were Mrs. B. C. I
Bauknight of Jennings, Ga., Mr. and
Mrs. C. C. Pedrick of Gainesviller Mrs.
James Wilson and Mrs. Isom of Spar-
tanburg, S. C, Mr. and Mrs. B. F.
Mathews, Tacoma, Dr. C. G. Mixon,
wife and son and Mrs. Charles Mixon, i
Gainesville, Miss Emma Bodie, Bates-
burg, S. C, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Ed-j
wards and sons, Ocala, Mr. and Mrs. I
R. C. Epperson and son Williston, J
Miss Loleta Raws of Montbrook. The
only thing needed to make the crowd
complete were Mrs. Smith's two
daughters, Mrs I. N. Rawls of Mont-
brook, and Mrs. James Bauknight of I
Gainesville, who were detained at
home. All left at a late hour wish-
Mrs. Smith all good wishes and
hoping to spend such a pleasant day
with her again.
Mr. Cedrick Smith and Miss Rosalie
Smith and Mrs. M. R. Beck attended
the dance at Archer Friday night.
Mr. Neal Mathews of Flemington
and Miss Leola Smith of this place,
attended the dance at Archer Friday
night. -'i: 'f r:.
Mrs. V. P. Smith left Sunday f or a
few days visit in Jacksonville.
Mrs. I. N. Rawls and children of
Montbrook were Sunday visitors here.
,
Mrs. J. Porter Smith, Mrs. B. C.
Bauknight and Mrs C. M. Smith are
spending a few days at Mrs. B. F.
Mathews' home at Tacoma this week.
Miss Belle Chitty of Micanopy and
Miss Loleta Rawls of Montbrook, are
visiting Miss Rosalie Smith this
week.
The annual cemetery working at the
M. E. church will take place Thurs Thursday,
day, Thursday, Oct. 19th.
Mrs. J. O. Tyson and daughter,
Janielie, accompanied Mr. J. W. May
and daughter of Micanopy, to Alach Alachua
ua Alachua for the day Sunday.
) Mr. and Mrs. R. P. Smith were
week end guests of Dr. J. D. Watkins
of Micanopy. -
; upt. Ji H. Brinson of Ocala and
Mr. S. Phillips of Williston, inspector
of rural schools, paid the Central
school a pleasant visit Friday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. HEAD OFF THAT j
v. ALL WINTER COUGH
At the first sign of sore throat,
tight chest or stuff ed-up head take a
dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey.
The healing pine tar, soothing honey
and glycerine quickly relieve the con congestion,
gestion, congestion, loosen the phlegm and break
up your cold. Dr. Bell's Pine Tar
Honey has all the benefits of the heal healing
ing healing aroma from a pine forest, it is
pleasant to take and antiseptic The
formula on the bottle tells why it re relieves
lieves relieves colds and coughs. At your
druggist, 25c ; t2
;For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self-Rising Flour. At all grocers.
6t

ran r

EPIDEMIC III BIG

CITY RAN OUT
For the First Time in Four Months,
There was Not a Single New
- Case Reported Today
(Associated Press)
New York, Oct. 19. There was not
a single infantile paralysis death in
the city reported today for the first
time since the last week in June, when
the epidemic began. The total number
of 'deaths since then is 2375. Six new
cases were reported today.
BELLE VIEW
goblins will narade in and
JJCiicview. uci. ix i.nncta onri
"
town hall Tuesday evening, Oct. 31
The- devil will he tW At
jvui i U1E 4Ulk 1UCIC WUi
be laughter by the ton. The proceed!
will eo to the cemeterv as
All of this and more too will hannen
' W"'WVJt40
under the able direction of Mrs. R. L.
Sumner, who has charge of the affair.
Have you seen George? Nearly ev
ery one has, and all seem elad to crept
him: If you don't know, who I mean
I refer to. Mr. Georce Newlands. the
j advance guard of our winter visitors,
I who drooped in on us fast .Tim rcot
1 wearing his perennial smile and stat
ed that the folks are coming down
I -
I this line.
I To take care of the ever increasing
business of the town, a nA fnr nar
nnnvicaB nn4ln. j. 1
r-ovg. ouumw uiutery siorB lias
the Masonic temple store. room under
the hustling management of Mr. Rex
ford H. Nichols.
two years ago there were five
stores; two months ago there was one
wuay mere are tnree stores
doing business.- in hustlinir little
1 CTnro an1 4-'Ua.m. xl t '.
Rq?Ihti'at TV:- J a. i
uasis, wnicn dispenses ice cream, soda
water, candy, bread, cakes and can
goods. The Oasis' goes on forever.
. V
vvuummau u.-a. xvenueii came UD
from WUd wood last JuesHav fm- ftiA
purpose-of attending a council meet-
mg thatame night, At this meeting
a brand new safe was ordered.
Mr. W. A. Faeger of Polk countv.
has bought a riier nT Ismrl in'-.- flia
tJ X v VU V
south end of town, and has leased the
Kilpatrick home, and will make his
home with us in the future. v
Mr. John T. Hames left last Friday
contract to build a house.
'.Mrs. S. P. Pierce left last Friday
for Manatee, where she goes to attend
thet big camp meeting and revival ser
vices.
Mr. J. O. Hightower of Heather
Island, passed through town last
Monday bound for Ocala with two big
beeves thatwere rollinsr in fat anrl
ready to hang on the butcher's hooks.
Miss Lorena Freeman left on last
Tuesday f or Wildwood, and will make
her headquarters at the Hotel Maies-
tic for some time.
; Mr. W. R. Bryant is having Mr. J.
N. Shedd and Freeman Hames build
him an addition to his house.
Mrs. True Whittier has returned
from a visit to friends" at Eustis.
After spending several weeks visit-,
ing with Mr. and Mrs. S. G. Thomas,
Miss Dessie Ritter has returned to her
home at Sydney.
. Mr. John T. Moore of Ocala and
Tampa was chatting with his friends
in Belleview last Tuesday morning.
Mrs. O. M. Gale very pleasantly en entertained
tertained entertained the Methodist thimble party
Tuesday afternoon.
At the last dance given at the club
house, Mr. T. E. Jackson of Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville left his car in front of the club
house. Before starting his car, he
noticed something WTong and upon in
vestigation found a twenty-penny
spike driven into one of his tires.
Thinking it merely a pick up, he re repaired
paired repaired it and went on his way. The
following night,' being Saturday, he
left his car in the yard in. the rear of
the Belleview Trading company. Upon
getting ready to leave for his abode,
he found one of the rear tires flat.
Thinking it merely a leak he pumped
it up and went home. In the morn morning
ing morning he found a twenty-penny spike
driven in the tire. In both instances
the spikes were brand new, and had
never been used. These two com complaints,
plaints, complaints, taken in connection with sim similar
ilar similar ones that have come to us from
time to time in the past are not con conducive
ducive conducive to a friendly feeling from out outsiders
siders outsiders who visit our little town on
pleasure, business or otherwise.
Mr. John G. Baker of the Pedro
section, with his son was in town last
Tuesday morning with an Overland
car that they had just driven down
from Jacksonville ths previous day.
Mr. R. L. Sumner and Rev. S. W.
Whidderi took a little joy ride to Ocala
last Monday afternoon.
- Mr. Tremere made a brief visit to
Ocala last Tuesday afternoon.
We are now making 5, 6 and 10 cent
loaves of bread' and advise the use of
the latter size. Carter's Bakery, tf

iB'SLOSSCOIICEOEDHUIlUE PEAP

An Unknown Fate Overtook the Bre
men "Somewhere in the
- Atlantic
(Associated Press?
W ashington, Oct. 19. The loss of
the German merchant submarine Bre
men i3 virtually conceded by Teutonic
diplomats familiar with the vessel's
movements. They know she left
Eremerhaven and should have reached

America about the middle of Septem- numcane whlch swept Southern A! A!-ber,
ber, A!-ber, but are without information of abama and Western Florida yesterday

her fate.
IN MEMORIAM
"Little Alberta is gone." There are
the words on our lips today, for once
more God has sent his death angel
into our midst and taken one of our
sweetest flowers little Alberta Mc-
Lucas.
She has left behind her a darkened
home,, where once she was the light.
She has left a silent home where once
she was a very song bird, with her
baby prattle, making music all the
day. She has left father and mother
with bleeding hearts; she has left lit-
tie brother without his dearest play-
mate, but our loss is her train, and to-
day she is 'free from suffering and
happy with the ansrel band.
As we stood beside the casket and
looked at her little form, surrounded
and covered, as it was,1 by the sweet
fragrant flowers she so loved, wc
heard a friend express our thoughts
in the words, "She looks so like an
-
angel." And to the sorrowing parents
we say, she is not dead but just
asleep. Today you have one more tie
to bind you to heaven, one more little
hand from the gateway is beckoning.
Dear loved ones, let us bow our hearts
in humble submission to His will.
knowing God doeth all things well.
' i
MOVING PICTURE FEATURES
Everbody who saw Marguerite
Clark in "Gretna flrn at tha Tom.
pie last night, was well pleased. The
play was particularly well fitted to
the talent of that bright little movie
star. i .J-
"Her Father's Son." which is shown
at the Temple tonight, has been most
dighly complimented wherever it has
appeared. Vivian Martin, a universal
movie favorite, is the leading lady in
this play.
DEATH OF AN AGED LADY
DUNNELLON
Dunnellon, Oct. 18. At its recent
meeting the Dunnellon Democratic
Club passed the following resolution:
"Whereas, the democratic party on
he 6th day of last June held its pri
mary election, and through its regu-
ar channels, i. e., inspectors of elec
tion, county canvassing boards, and
state canvassing board, nominated its
nationalstate and countv candidates.
and-.
'
"Whereas, the courts of the state
hrough the machinations of unscru
pulous Doliticians have technicallv set
aside the verdict of the democratic
voters as regards to the nomination
or governor, and
"Whereas. S. J.; Catts. the resnlar
democratic nominee for governor, has
been nominated bv another party and
he has accented the nomination in
order to get his name on the ticket;
be it .. '. 1.
"Resolved, that we, the members of
Uthe Democratic Club of Dunnellon,
endorse the nomination of S. J. Catts,
;he rightful nominee of the demo
cratic party, and do everything
we
honorably can to secure his over
whelming election at the coming gen
eral election in November, thereby
or all time showing the world that
we wiU not submit to wrong when it
is wrong, and will not be dictated to
by the servants of the people when
they assume the role of masters."
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HOWr CATARRH IS CONTRACTED
Mothers are sometimes so thought-!
less as to neglect the colds which their
children contract. The inflammation
of the mucous membrane, at first
acute, becomes chronic and the child
lias chronic catarrh, a disease that i3
seldom cured and that may prove a
life's burden. "Many persona 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.

A SCANTY HARVEST

After Shaking Up the Gulf Coast, It
is Wreaking Its Wrath oa
the Inland
(Associated Press)
Mobile Ala., Oct. 19. Writh the
subsiding, a casting up of the damage
showed property loss comparatively
small. The total damage at Mobile
and Pensacola, which felt the full
force of the storm, will probably be
not more than one hundred thousand
dollars. There wa3 one death in each
city. .
The storm swept toward Indiana
today with decreased intensity. It
will move rapidly northeast again in
creasing in force, weather bureau re
ports said.
POUNDED PENSACOLA
Pensacela, Oct. 19. Several vessels
in tne narbor were sunk and numbers
Pr 6maU craft suffered damage and
Pne life kat was lost in the terrific
tropical hurricane which struck here
yesterday.
I Ane Wln at one time reached a ve-
Iocity of one nu"dred and fourteen
m per hour Property damage is
conhned chiefly to roofs blown off and
Plae glass windows destroyed.
i -ti .
reports irom the navy aeronautic
station here said that it had escaped
with comparatively; little damage. The
newiy completed permanent hangars
withstood the storm in good shape. In
Pensacola several persons were hurt
D" DemS Mown through windows.
lheJrmd after reaching a velocity
-
of one hundred miles an hour died
out to fourteen miles an hour and
then ten minutes later it blew at the
rate, of .ninety-eight miles an hour
from another direction. The weather
bureau on the top of an office build-
ins was destroyed soon afterwards
LET MOBILE OFF LIGHT
Mobile, Ala.; Oct. 19.-Mobile was
battered jfor about two hours yester-
day morning by a hurricane and when
the storm cleared it was found that
xeS3 uian nousand dollars damage
na1 Deen aone m tne Clty Proper
-Anere was one iatanty. a negro
woman was killed by a live wire.
The wind reached a velocits of one.
hundred an dten miles here. Inland
at Opp, Ala., a factory was destroyed,
and several buildings were unroofed..
At Troy, Ala., several buildings were
damaged.
A. C L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala' at the
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St Peters-
bur 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No- st- Petersburg to Jackson-
ville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to
Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m. :
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No- 3o Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny
iuesday, ihursday and: Satur-
aaT t;4y
ov xi, Wilcox, oamesvilie and
KaiatKa w "caia, n:io a. m.
No- 40, SL Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters-
burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines
ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
P : :
Wilcox .to Ucala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny-
Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.
SEABOARD LOuAL SCHEDULE
Southbound
No. 9--Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; ucala, 4:30 p. m.;' arrives Tampa,
Ocala, 1:45 p. m.; arrives St. Pe-
J tersburg 10 a. m.
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. isl,
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville,
7:15 p. ra, i
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m Ocala 2:30 a. xa.; arrives Jatk Jatk-scnville
scnville Jatk-scnville 6:45 a. in.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; OcrJa
1 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. in.
WTien thirsty drink at Gerig'f
Ocal's popular coca-cola fountain.
Use Juba Self-Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers.

V'



OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY,- OCTOBER 19, 1916

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DEMOCRATIC TICKET

Anthony, Oct. 18. The death of

Mrs. Warren Milligan occurred on
Thursday, Oct. 12th, after a long ill

ness. Her children were all present
except a son who lives in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and failed to receive the mes

sage in time to get here. Ralph, an another
other another son, who was in the army, got

a furlough to come and see his mother.

He was at Fort Strong, Mass. Mrs.
Milligan was a devoted Christian wife

and mother, a friend to all, and every

one who knew her was her friend. She

was a faithful member of the Baptist

Holly was a Confederate veteran and church Rey Newton Plummer, pas

a member of the Lutheran church.

For President
Woodrow Wilson
For Vice President
Thomas Marshall
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
II. Clay Crawford.
For Comptroller
Ernest Amos.
For State Treasurer
- J. C. Luning,
For State Superintendent of Schools
W. N. Sheats.
For Justices Supreme Court
Jefferson B. Browne..
R. F. Taylor.
For Railroad Commissioner
Royal C. Dunn, r
For Adjutant General
J. Clifford R. Foster.
For Ihe House of Representatives
W. J. Crosby.
L S. Light.
For County Judge
W. E. Smith.
For Sheriff
J. P. Galloway,
c For Clerk Circuit Court
P. II. Nugent.
For Superintendent Public Schools
. J. II. Brinson. i
For Tax Assessor v
Alfred Ayer.
For Tax Collector
W. W. Stripling.

The sympathy of all their friends ; is the funeral

tor of the Baptist church, conducted

service. A large congre

gation of friends and relatives were

present, and floral offerings were

numerous. She was laid to rest in the
Anthony cemetery, the first of the

family to be called home. ;.

All good democrats are invited to There were several from this place

add their campaign contributions to U attended the Wesley Bible Class

with his widow and his daughter, Mrs.

Henry Griggs.
EVERYBODY SHELL OUT

the list published elsewhere.

Federation at Ocala. Among

11

3

By

EDWIN BALM ER

Copyright. 1916. by the Chicago
, Tribtme

(Continued from Saturday)

those

Florida is going democratic any-1 who attended were Misses Julia

how, so it is not enough for a dera- Meadows, Stella Moore, Bertha Lamb
ocrat who wants to help his party to Clara Hamilton, Mrs. W. W. Howell

vote, tho he should not forget that. Miss Sarah Forbes and F. W. Bishop

He should give, give as much as he Mr. P. E. Brewer from Williston

can and give at once. The time is made an extended visit here. I sup

short. The real work of the cam-1 p0Se his visit must have met with en

paign will end in just two weeks from couragement as he said his visi

Saturday night. would be repeated soon.

Remember, that if the democratic There is a prospect of having our

.party is beaten, the work of the last town lighted. Wouldn't it be fine.

six years will be undone, and the Ted Howell has moved his family to
country will go back to the old policy Martel, where he has accepted a posi posi-of
of posi-of SDoils and special privileges from tion with his brother-in-law. Mr.

which it make a determined effort to Jackson.

extricate itself in 1912. Remember Little Grannel Priest, who has been

also that'no matter how much a dem- in the hospital for the second time

ocratic victory means to the country, with a broken thigh, came home Sat

it means even more to Florida or any jurday and" is cheerful and happy, and

other southern state. glad to get home again.

Everybody shell out, and shell out Mrs. Alex Lamb from Brunswick,

at once.

CHAPTER XXVI.
Jim Makes His Escape.

TM, cramped In the hole raider the

barrel; top, heard anxiously the

first alarm of the guards. Ex Exultantly
ultantly Exultantly he heard them accuse

each other, count the prisoners over
and over again, and then scatter to
search all the surrounding district

The breathing hole in his : barrel top

The JsnsiMe Wa;

for a coffee

drinker to ricl Him Him-elf
elf Him-elf of the headaclies.

biliousness, heart flutter
and other ills that often
come from coffee drink drinking
ing drinking is to cjuit coffee
and us. the delicious

euro food dr in

r

J-

bail it

I

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it
I;!

ElSIftllT FOSTTJ

FOSTUH O

GEIlEAv

Ptoetnm Cereal Co, Limit

'There's s
At Gr

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A Blow With a Pistol Butt was Quite

Enough.

The Times-Union's occasional crit- Mrs. Tom Lamb.

icisms of President Wilson's policy James urn, wno nas Deen in ooum

seem to make some good democrats Carolina for some time, is spending a
verv nervous. They do not notice while with his parents, Dr. and Mrs.

that it criticises Mr Hughes more "1

Judeine from the crreat loads oi

darkened verv soon after that.' ..It -was

niffht.. and everv one was cone, and

Ga., is here, also little Frederick, ner eTerythlng was silent. Jim puslie i

baby boy. They are visiting Mr. and away the barrel top. and. very m u

tiously, he looked out

There seemed to be no guard or. n?

best, an Inadequate guard a" tout I'm

field at night He crawled on. II

reached the stream anchallen-Hl

crossed It and came beside the $tt'n

wood. The nisht remained cloude-.!

quite limp. Jim, at Beatrice's direc direction,
tion, direction, got Into a seat; she took the pi pilot's
lot's pilot's seat behind him. The motor was
still running; she speeded It up and
the plane began to rise.
He leaned back close to Beatrice.
Where are we going ?n he shouted.
"To our lines if we can get there.
The regeriVs going to make another

drive; there's going to be the biggest

than it does Mr. Wilson, or that it

steadily and consistently opposes the hay and corn we see coming in from very dark, but he could see that battle yet to make us make peace

policy of the republican party, altho we iarms, one wouia xninit mere on tne other side of tne cotton wo
that is more the subject for the voter would be fat cattle, horses and hogs vras an open space, which appeared to

to decide upon than the actions of the this winter.

president.

John P. Coffin says in f his circular

that "Frank Clark's name was not on

the primary ticket. He was not de

The Florida hospital corps left last
night for San Antonio.
There will be about sixteen million
votes cast in the election of Nov. 7.

Lake Weir, Oct. 8Mrs. J. L. Den

nmg returned to the lake a few days

clared by the state canvassing board ago from Chicago and several points hng school for aviators, who often pra

be a candidate. You are not m na wnere sne nas Deen V15ifc ticed night flying over uayuga iaKe.

' Big, heavy hammers for their broth brothers
ers brothers and, sharp little knives for .their
sisters is the practice of the majority
of men and women.

"Clean-up" week has not made
much splash in Ocala; however, sev several
eral several frowsy lots have been worked
over.

One of the strongest and most log

ical arguments for democrats to sup

nort the nominee is made by the

Leesburg Commercial.

The Star suggests that Congress

man Clark, in the coming debate at

Starke next Monday, ask John P. Cof

fin and Francis P. Coffin if either or

both of them voted in the primary of

June (3.

George Mathews of the Fort Lau

dcrdale Sentinel is going strong. He
says the people of Florida have less

rights than they had under the mother
country. We suppose George refers

to Spain, but we didn't know he could

remember that far back. t

Whenever a hieh official of .the

United States, or a man who is a can

didate for a high office, is so hedged
about with such divinity that ths

newspapers may not criticise his ofS

cial actions, the American republic

will have ceased to exist.

LAKE WEIR

be a pasture. There was no sound a:

all on the ground. Overhead was tin

clatter of an aeroplane. That was not

at all unusual in the neighborhood o

the stockade. The regent, had taki.i

over an American neroplaue factor;

In the vicinity, and tnere was a train

to

II-

- 1 A? J J 4-

rUAa0A fn Vim Wane vnn tipvpt inS reiauves ana xrienus iur tuc

Mfhpr fnr nr no-ainst: him. He two months.

M ntnm( hpW thA npnnlP. He Mr. W. E. McGahagin left Monday

paid his filing : fee and therefore morning for Tampa to spend the week
claims h the nnminPA t.hmih he at the Confederate reuiiion, and while

did not receive a single vote from the ere De f Suesi ?ms.son' rn'
nct : Wo mnlv tfcinlc nr Wnars est, who has been tcsiding in Tampa

to think that the office belongs to him xo&ome,

KMl,B:Wsit Hdofli. ur. ana mrs. v,. tamp nave pur

ha rtnt hp W fnr the ceased a lovely little oungaiow in tot.

nns f nn. W Hn tint holiAve that the cxx6 v.6v,

. ., .1 .1 I Miss Mvrtice. will snend the winter in I both knew it.

voters 01 ionaa are willing umi tne -.7 ; ttm.:m n- hrtnffht about it-he

nomination of their candidate should . J hor n hia nrms. snd she dime

. ... . llRtS. 1 ji.

be leit to a simple payment 01 money .

xne 1 menus uj.

"Jim !' The hail was a whisper.

knew the voice. v

"Jimr she cried again. lie moved

over to hef and touched her. Now he

had her hand in his. "Beatrice, you-

youT His voice choked.

"Xou are quite au right, Jim r
"I ? I was never so all right, Bea

trice, as at this moment You.; How

are you?".;'-"-; '.

"I?" she repeated. She was trem

bling, and he was trembling, too; they

He seizedmher. There

"I've got a cart for your mother, mother,-Nellie,"
Nellie," mother,-Nellie," said Nathan Ashby. "It can
take you and little Bob too."
Nellie shook her head. 'Mother
can't be moved, father."
"She must be I Nellie, they'll be here
tomorrow I Our men are going to b'urn
Chicago tonight and then give It up.
They're destroying the grain elevators

today, I hear. The fighting will be be

yond Chicago tomorrow night,"

"Mother cannot stand being moved

at alL father miles and miles to the

end or the world In an open cart! It
limply would be killing her. She can
tun no greater danger here."

"Then you, Nellie; you must go you

and little Bob."

The rumble of the guns in the great

battle about Chicago sounded continu continuously
ously continuously as a deep, distant undertone.
Now and then It seemed to swell loud

er, then diminish and Increase.

Nellie turned from her father and

went into the room where her mother

, EAT O'VTIBIS
OYSTERS are a most important factor in your food problem
OYSTERS are not, as has been erroneously stated, a luxury,
OYSTERS are, in fact a real daily need.
BECAUSE
They possess the merits of Food Economy, Food Value, Healthful
ness and a "Peculiar" delicacy that lends itself to the preparation
of many tasty dishes.
PRICES
$1.25 Per Gallon, Single Gallon
- $1.15 Per Gallon, in Five Gallon Lots
$2.00 Per Barrell.
. GULF FISH (h OYSTER COMPANY
Crystal River "owsare better" Florida

without their having a voice in the

Mrs

. R. L. Martin I t0 him and when ne kissed her lay in bed. Since the night of the air

.it x. Jr,m Jacksonville and will return to the

auuw U1C ilgUli UJ. tuuicc Ul WCU Vlll-

cials to be sold."

Tho enmo arornment wnnlrl nnnlv in

sioner of Agriculture McRae and Ad- mice Miss rim irom ueorga.

whom had any opposition, and whose T "
...x-'xii-n- 4. t, 11 o'clock.

names auioraaucauy went tuc 'r,.i' .

f;rtv. a the -rTT law eTT Kinea nis nrsi rat

In this county it would also apply to tIesnakf a f ?w ago in his grove,

xx r ? x s r a ,e i liicaauxixiK okJL iccu YVitu nine aaiuco.

lake the latter part of this week.

Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Spurlin are en-

and

Rev. Staats of Candler will hold

Dasslonately. she offered her lips again.

"Beatrice!" he cried In wonuer her

name over and over; then at a sound
over the pasture both came to them

selves. She pushed from him, and "he
let her go. They knelt side by side

and crouched on he grass; her fingers

found his, but it was to give him a

pistol now.

An aeroplane landed nearby and an

officer dispatched his pilot on some
errand while he himself tinkered with

the engine.

?- Beatrice whispered, scarcely audibly

raid she had been helpless. Nellie was
not going to leave her in thatstate.
Besides, there were other reasons why
Nellie knew she could not go, for the

time was here when Bob would come.
He had to come at this season. The
leaves and the grass and the dust on
the road now were Just as she always
saw them In her dream. So she stayed.
The east wind bore upon It the next

morning a parched fog, as from a for

est fire the smoke of Chicago In

flames. And through this smoke men
fought and fell, advanced, gave ground.

We Have the Equipment aM Ability
To serve you as you ought to bo servied, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for thi is the only way we can accomplish
our desire. (
- :
Of course, sometimes, little thing go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.
;eala Ie2 S PaeMecj

PHONE 34

OCALA. FLA.

tative, and D. M. Barco, supervisor of snakeship was surely an advocate mto Jim's ear; she needed few words Btood and tnen ground again.

DAMiofwAtiAn v flirhfli rf TrrwrYY nan fltltT I r Mr I

i. CKIOM awiUll lltiwivi vtjl. nMVtu i t, Jl

opponents. The question occurs, what

ngm nas Mr. Lcmn w try w lea uem-
. j ., v: I hunting a good warm place to hiber
ocrats who are and who are not their fe- v

xT O,of naxe tnrougn me long monxns of wm

candidates.

he didn't, we suppose, take any part

ward Yongue is tanning the skin and

. . T j. j ., r. i I wen u x uiiguc xo uuiw

. ; . 1- will, exhibit it next summer to his

me aisnonesuy in opposing r rants, i

Clark;

friends in Maryland.

Miss Marshall, superintendent o

the Marion County Hospital, has re

ceived a letter from Mr. Rollie Keat-

NOTICE

This pas

ture was the usual place where ma machines
chines machines in trouble descended that was

why she had chosen it. Sometimes

several machines alighted there during

an evening. Beatrice was not an ex-

oert. but she could make a machine

fly; the chance before them was as

good as any which might offer.

It was even better a minute later
when the officer started the motor. It
was no trick at all for a man to stalk

an enemy deafened by those motor ex-

It is apparent even to the most

casual observer that that section of
the American coast between Apa Apa-lachicola,
lachicola, Apa-lachicola, Fla., and Brownsville, Tex.,
is receiving much, more than its fair
share of the unfavorable attention of
the weather clerk.

The Associated Press began two
years ago to make preparations to re report
port report the presidential election of Nov.
7, and at 9'o'clock that night at the
latest the United States will know
who is to be president for the next
four years.

Sitting by our side Wednesday, Mr.
John P. Coffin, head of the prohibition
party in Florida, took his little pencil
and marked out one of the charges in
the circular he issued against Frank
Clark. Mr. Coffin seems to be a rather
fair-minded old man. We expect he
would mark out most of the said cir circular
cular circular if the evidence was submitted to
him. In that he differs from a promi prominent
nent prominent prohibition candidate, who seems
to believe that a lie well stuck to is
preferable to the truth.

ri o ennr him

Blalock, Brothers, 107 OHawaha h

avenue, nave estabiisnea a cutd easo-i w ..n... ... w er-nm nonn a

i i 1 I I BUUW1 nB3 UOk

ins, wiiu v 6"." line filling station. Open from 6 a. m. blow with a pistol butt was quite

montns ago. Ane letter was written in to 9:Z0 p m; 6-lm enoueh. The officer ttnabled and lay

FORD FOR SALE

MAN Y W O M EN OF OUR captured and had been certified as per-

a hospital in England, where Mr.
Keating is recuperating from wounds
received in battle on the Somme. On
leaving Ocala Mr. Keating went to

Canada and volanteered into one of

v""""iS. iVt working Gray & Davis electric starter rsug, x u x uu
service in Europe. The regiment , A ,r , 1 Pierce's Favorite Prescription before and

But here there was no rout Before

the regent's regiments battalions or
the Americans fought a rear guard ac action,
tion, action, making the regent pay for every

gain as he had not paid for American

ground before. One battalion in par particular
ticular particular took Its toll of the Invaders

along a line Just to the east of the city
of Elgin. As It took position and dug

itself In a man with bandaged eyes
and wearing a faded and patched uni uniform
form uniform of a lieutenant In the United

States navy joined the battalion. He
reported to the major and explained
that just now he was blind. He had

been In the great sea battle and was

rescued unhurt, but later when com

manding a gun at Fort Hancock his

eves had been Injured. He had been

A first-class Ford touring car in ex-j

. jcellent condition; seat covers, perfect

HOME STATE WOULD
TESTIFY.

St. Petersburg. Fla. "I used Dr.

vnAw4 ATtAw 4 a 1L tnmt null w 4- iti rm I

, w, v,,u etc Apply tQ R R Carroll,

ttuu iruui were ia i jjww uu wc i

uatue line ; xvuiiic iicia cviucnujf uuuc
his duty well, for he has been promot promoted
ed promoted to the rank of sergeant. His many

Ocala friends, will be glad to hear of
him and know he is behaving like a

genuine American in the world's

greatest war. 1

All kinds of seed for fall garden

now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.

'1

For service first, trade at Gerig's

0i1o'o Kocf A-rrttr efnra

VVU1M U MV'kJ H MWW.

manently disabled by the regent's sur surgeons,
geons, surgeons, and so recently he had been ex exchanged
changed exchanged for another disabled man. He
had reached Chicago just as the army

was abandoning the city. The truth

for several weeks wag if be removed his bandage from
after the. birth of M. M ,a ,9l1 utto sfcht enoueh

to see that men aimed as they fired;
enough to see that men stayed In po position.
sition. position. He was used to controlling

am glad to testify J men. :
that I was comfort-1 go Bob Wendell fought. He kept his

..able and free from j eyeg bandaged till the assault came on.

tneaimoyaiiceawiM i Hna then, thoush he knew it meant

darkness for him forever, he took the
black cloth from about bis .-bead, and

my Dapy. inis
course I followed
with each of my

three babies and

His neighbors across the river were
greatly saddened a few days ago to
learn of the death of their uld friend,
Mr. Alexander Holly who died in
Lakeland last week aged 71. Mr.
Holly was a native of South Carolina
and was one of the pioneers of the
Oklawaha valley. Some years ago, he
removed to Lakeland where he was
quite successful in business. His re remains
mains remains were brought back to his old
home and laid to rest in the family
burying ground at Lynne. Rev. R. F.

r.r-'rn-s jond-cted the services.

r.

The Star learns with great regret
of the death of W. F, Pulliam of Red-

dick. Mr. Pulliam was about forty-

five years of age and came to Florida
about twenty years ago. He was a
farmer, and for several" years had

acted as deputy for Sheriff Galloway.
He was an efficient Officer and a good

citizen, and his death is sincerely re

erretted by all his neighbors. His-

funeral : took place at Reddick Tues

day afternoon and was largely attend attended.
ed. attended. Mr. Pulliam leaves a 4 wife and
five children." The Star joins the
other friends of the deceased in deep

sympathy for the widow and orphans.

The Evening Star may always be

found on sale at Gerig's News Store.

eo with such a con-

jjdition. My chil chil-jyr
jyr chil-jyr dren were born with

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PAGE THREE

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Commercial's Club's Opening Recep Reception
tion Reception
Messrs. A. F. Sandlin, J. D. Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, Norton Davis, M. C. Izlar and
R. L. Anderson Jr., the entertainment
committee of the Commercial Club,
met at the club rooms last night to
make further arrangements, for the
reception arid ball to be given by the
club on the night of Friday, Oct. 27
Work has beeri going on steadily at
the club rooms for the past few weeks
and they are in the best of. shape for
a social center. The pride of the
committee is the ballroom, the floor

of which has been polished and var varnished,
nished, varnished, and will be waxed, until it is
as smooth as glass.
On the night of the reception, the
rooms will be beautifully decorated. A
committee of young ladies have
agreed to look after this feature,
which is a guarantee that the task
will be faithfully and tastefully per performed.
formed. performed. The reception will begin at 8 o'clock.
At the foot of the stairway leading to
the clubrooms, the guests will be met
and welcomed by Messrs. J. J. Gerig
and Albert Harriss. The receiving
line will be at the head of the stairs.
It will consist of President Hampton,
Secretary Dozier and several ladies.
, After. the guests' are assembled, a
brief and appropriate address of wel welcome
come welcome will be made by President
Hampton, after which all will be ex expected
pected expected to make themselves happy the
remainder of the evening. ... I
Mr. Norton Davis will be floor man manager
ager manager in the ballroom, where Prof essor
Booie's orchestra will render music
until midnight. For those who do not
dance, there will be : comfortable
seats, tables and all varieties of
games. A bevy of girls will dispense
refreshments from a big punchbowl
at a convenient corner in the hall.
It is evident that there will be a
large attendance and a most enjoy enjoyable
able enjoyable evening.
The members of the Commercial
Club desire to make their rooms a
social center. Ladies belonging to
the families of the members, and
friends who may be their guests, will
be welcome to visit the rooms at any
time, and Thursday is to be particu

larly designated as ladies' day.

The entertainment committee .is

considering arranging for at least
two balls a month thru the season.

and will do so if it has proper sup support.
port. support. It intends to install a graph graph-ophone
ophone graph-ophone in the ball room, so the young
people connected with or friends of
the club can have dancing .any even evening
ing evening they may desire to do so.

The committee, in fact, will make

of the club a place where its member
and friends, both of the city and visit visitors,
ors, visitors, can meet and have a social hour

any time they desire. The plans, are

good and should be heartily backed up
by the membership.

-

"The Ocala friends of the high-

contracting parties have been favored

by receiving copies of the following
invitation:

Mrs. Minnie Smith
invites you to be present at the"
marriage of her daughter
Ruth Marie
to
Mr. Thomas B. Jamieson

Wednesday evening, October the

' twenty-fifth at eight o'clock
Clairmont House, Mt. Pocono
Pennsylvania
At home after November 8, 1916,

No. 507 East Liberty street, Ann Ar Arbor,
bor, Arbor, Michigan.

- Mr. Jamieson is well remembered in

Ocala where he lived and worked at

his business of cement laying, for

several years,' and his bride-to-be is a

very pretty young lady who was the

guest of Miss Ella Bogie a couple of

winters ago. The young people form

ed during that visit the acquaintance

which led to courtship and will finish

in marriage.

lhe auto is a great convenience,

but it reduces the exercise of walking

a little too much for some people. One

of our city's youncr married women

who lives on the east side of town, and

having no auto, walks in and out

whenever she wants to shop or see

her friends, declares that walking

keeps her in good health. She is cer

tainly blooming like a rose.

The members of the Young Men's

Wide Awake class of the Methodist

Sunday, school and some of their

friends are expecting a most pleasant

session at the oyster supper to be

given by the class at the Ocala House

dining room this evening.

Miss Marie Hulbert left this mom

ing for Tampa, where she expects to
spend several days at tHe convention
held by the Confederate veterans.

While there she is to be the1 guest of

Mrs. M. W. Carruth. St. Petersburg

Independent.

m m m
Mrs. C. M. Holloway arrived yester

day from Evinston, for a visit to her

son,, Mr. C. A. Holloway. Mrs. Hol Holloway
loway Holloway is; mourning the death of her
husband, a good citizen of Evinston,

who passed away last week.

Mr. and Mrs. William Charles are

making, their home with Mrs. Arch
Mclver."
The members of the Jingo Club,
one of the live social organizations
among Ocala young men, have joined

the Commercial Club, and will aid in
promoting the pleasant affairs that
the club intends to give this season.
U. D. C. Reception
The beautiful home of Mr. and Mrs.
C. E. Webb, Lafayette street, was the
scene of one of the prettiest recep receptions
tions receptions ever held by the U. D. C. yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon, from 4 to 6 o'clock.
The occasion was a compliment to
the state officers of the U. D. C4 who
are in the city as guests during the
reunion, and a large number of the U.
D. C. called during the-afternoon, as
well as the official ladies of the Con Confederate
federate Confederate Veterans and Sons of Vet Vet-erans.
erans. Vet-erans. v;
; Mrs. Webb's home is ideally arrang arranged
ed arranged for entertaining and it was beau beautifully
tifully beautifully decorated yesterday in appro appropriate
priate appropriate colors, red and white. The re receiving
ceiving receiving line included Mrs. C. E. Webb,
hostess; Mrs. Leon A. Harrison, pres president
ident president of the local U. D. C. chapter,
and the state officers, Mrs. H. H. Mc Mc-Creary,
Creary, Mc-Creary, U. D. C. state president; Mrs.
John Blocker, vice president; Mrs. D.
E. Mclver, second vice president; Mrs.
W. F. Gwynn, third vice : president;
Mrs. W. N. Ferguson, recording sec secretary;
retary; secretary; Miss Mary Johnson, registrar,
and Mrs. Amos Norris, estate regis registrar
trar registrar .for the Children "of the Confed Confederacy.
eracy. Confederacy. Tampa Times..
. . .
Hallowe'en Party
Much interest is being centered on
the Hallowe'en party that is to be
given by the grammar school ; and
ninth grade on Saturday, Oct. 28th.
The contestants for the books display displayed
ed displayed in Helvenston's store this past
summer were divided into the "Reds,"
"Whites" and "Blues." The Whites
won, and the losing sides are planning
this Hallowe'en affair in their honor.
It will be held in the gardens back of

the Ocala House. ---

Mrs. E. L. Carney writes from
Tampa to the Star that at least 500.
old soldiers are enjoying the hospital hospitality
ity hospitality of the Gulf City. Mrs. Carney is
the special guest of General Baker,
and. is the recipient of every courtesy.
."....!.
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss went to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville yesterday afternoon to .attend
the gathering at the new Armour
packing plant today and tomorrow.
Mrs. Chambliss. who accompanied
him, will extend her trip to Georgia
for a visit to relatives.
Mrs. Lester Lucas expects to leave
Monday for Wcstbaden, Ind., where
she will meet Mr. Lucas, who is on
the road with Coburn's minstrels.
Mrs. D. E. Mclvtsr of Ocala, who
has been visiting Mrs. Amos Norris,
i? now the guest of Mrs. C. E. Webb
for the remainder of the reunion.
Tampa Times.
"
Miss Gamsby, the librarian, re requests
quests requests the Star to announce that the
hours at the Carnegie library will

hereafter be from 9

4 to 8 p. m.

to 11- a. m., and

4

HAVE the following used cars at big bar bar-gains.
gains. bar-gains. ;;:v: ; : :.
One i916 Maxwell Touring

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One Ford Touring Car

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Th equipped and are in
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FLORIDA

1911?

(Continued from Second Page )

Mr. and Mrs. John Young, Mitchell

Jr., who were married in Norfolk, Va.,

the 11th, are taking a wedding trip
which includes ; Ocala. They are ex expected
pected expected any day n iw by Mrs. Mitchell's

friends. Mrs. M tchell was Miss Alice

Bell, who has visited Mrs. George T.

Maughs on several occasions.

Ocala friends will deeply sympa

thize with Mr. and Mrs. B J: Benson
of Dunnellon in the death of their

only child, Mamie, four years old. She

was taken suddenly ill and only lived

a few hours. She died on Tuesday and
was buried at Rockwell.

Mrs. Fanny Anthony and others do

nated six volumes of fiction to the li library'
brary' library' today; Mrs. D. M. Smith six

volumes of animal books, and Mr. J.

L. Leitner one religious volume.

V

Mrs. Edward Holder's mends are

glad to have her back after an ab absence
sence absence of several months. She reports

a delightful trip with very pleasant

weather. '

Mrs. Edgar Mills-Price has issued

invitations to an auction party which
she will give next Wednesday after

noon, in honor of her sister, Miss

Hope Robinson, a November bride.

Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bennett and Mr.

and Mrs. Blowers motored to Orlando
today, where they will spend : the
night, returning tomorrow.

Miss Emily Hinckley of Massa Massachusetts,
chusetts, Massachusetts, is "spending the winter with
Mrs." Charles Sewell on the Silver
Springs road.
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall will return
this afternoon from Jacksonville,
where they have spent the past few
days.
Mrs. E. H. Peters, formerly of
Ocala, now of Tampa, was stricken
with paralysis two weeks ago and is
still very ffl.
V ;. ' ;
Mrs. Ardis Waterman and little
daughter Valeta," have returned from

a visit to Mrs. Waterman's parents in

Jacksonville.

Mrs. Clem Purvis has returned

home after a nleasant visit to her

mother, Mrs. D. M. Boney.

' MrsJ J. A. Tucker continues quite

ill, but is able- to be wheeled on the

veranda daily.

Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor returned

yesterday afternoon from Sanford.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

where he was men rougat as nowuere
else.. They stood and fought back four
times there number till the general of
the brigade sent word that the troop3
whose retreat they protected were
well away and the battalion was to
withdraw as It could.
Late that afternoon as Nellie Wen Wendell
dell Wendell looked out from the cellar where
she was hidden with her mother and
her son she saw a soldier in different
uniform from the rest sink down by
the side of the road. There were shells
breaking over the road, but Nellie for-

f?bt them as she saw the man, on the

grass try to get up. She ran out and
caught him in her arms.
"Bobr She kissed him. "Bob, It's
Nellie! Bob. look look at me!" she
begged.
He raised his eyes, and then she
knew. She cried out and hugged him
to her. v '-.
"Little wife, little wife," he said to
her over and over again. "Nellie, lit little
tle little wife, the baby it was born?"
A boy, Bob. a boy oh, just like you
your son!"
"A boy! My son! Where is he?
I'm I'm not only just blind; I've been
hurt, I think. But you mustn't stay
here. For his sake go, Nellie, go!"
"Go T she cried and hugged to him.
"Go from you now?"
- A shell burst beside them, and the
enemy's soldiers half an hour later
found them dead together by the side
of the road, and the sergeant who
searched the cellar of the house near
by found a baby beside an old wom woman
an woman who was dead without apparent

wound and therefore from natural v

causes. ; 1
(Continued Tomorrow)

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.

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STANDARD RAn.RO AD OF THE SOUTH

ACCOUNT
- Meeting Florida Live Stock Association
Opening Armour Meat Packing Plant
Sale Blooded Live Stock. Annual Fall Festival
National Rifle Matches State Camp Florida
TICKETS ON SALE

Tickets on Sale October' 17-18-19-2

Return Limit October 31, 1916 f'

See local A. C L. agent for rates, etc

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Jacksonville, Fla.

J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
Tamia, Florida-



PAGE FOUR

OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 19, 1916

U ill

SIX NEW MAXWELLS UNLOADED

Mr. Guy Miller of Fairfield was. in
Ocala yesterday. ;

Use Juba Self -Rising Flour for de

licious hot biscuits. At all grocers. 6t

Mr. H. F. Adams was among the

Ocala visitors to Tampa. ,

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

311. -r 9-4-tf

The Ocala Maxwell agency unload-

and placed in its warehouse today six

Maxwell touring cars,-of the new,

easy riding. modeL

L. M. Raysor Jr., connected with

the Southern Pacific railroad, with

headquarters at Reno, Nev., was
among the visitors in the city yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, a guest at the DeSoto. Tampa

Tribune.

Mr. W. W. Condon is in Norfolk,

Va., on business. He will return Mon
day. .:'

For delicious hot biscuits use Juba

Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers.

, Gus Morton of Williston was in

town today, and took occasion to high

ly compliment the Star on its position

in the present campaign.

Beautiful roses for 50 cents a doz

en; also rose bushes from 15 to 50

cents each. Phone 445. 10-16-6

Mr. E. F. Wyatt, an Al hotel man
from Tampa, will arrive tomorrow, to

take a position as a clerk at the Ocala

House. :

For delicious hot biscuits use Juba

Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6

Mr. L. II. Chazal was a business

visitor to Gainesville today.

Coca-cola made in; Atlanta, made

famous in Ocala at Gerig's.

Mr. M. R. Williams is expected
back tonight from a brief business

trip to Atlanta.

Use Juba Self-Rising Flour for de

licious hot biscuits. At all grocers. 6

We are now making 5, 6 and 10 cent

loaves of bread, and advise the use of

the latter size. Carter's Bakery, tf

Mr. E. L. Mays, a live young busi

ness man from Philadelphia, is assist

ing Mr. Sandlin in the Ocala sub-ex

change.

The degree team of Fort King Camp

No. 14, W. O. W., goes to Eustis this

afternoon where it will put on the ini-

tory work work for the lodge of that

city The local goat has not been fed
recently so is in fine trim for the even

ing's proceedings.

One of the guests at the K. of P.

banquet at the Ocala House dining
rooms Monday night found a pearl in
one of his oysters. Some of those at

the supper to be given at the same

place' tonight by the Young Men's

Wide Awake class may make similar

discoveries.

Always showing exclusive designs

in individual ideas. Affleck Millinery

Parlor, opposite Gerig's Drug Store,

Phone 161. 19-6t

Mr. Van Boney leaves again today
in his Hudson for Jacksonville. His
Ocala friends will be sorry to learn
that he expects to locate there in the
future.

14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.

Now is the time to let The Book
Shop frame those Christmas pictures
for you. 3t
Use Juba Self-Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers.

Exquisite taste that's the secret
of our success. Affleck Millinery Par Parlor,
lor, Parlor, opposite' Gerig's Drug Store.
Phono 161. 19-6t

For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers.;
. Watch for the new Victor records at
The Book Shop. 3t

For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
Self Rising FJour. At all grocers 1 6t

JTovember Ladies' Home Journal on
sale at The Book Shop Friday 'morn 'morning.
ing. 'morning. Get one while they last. 3t

Mr. F. C. Whitthorne, the efficient
representative of the Times-Union in
this territory, was in town yesterday.

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

Mr. A. Hercules, agent for the
American Seating company, has been
in the city consulting our school au authorities.
thorities. authorities. Mr. Hercules is a lineal
descendant of ,the gent who cleaned
out the Augean stables several -thousand
years ago, and has inherited a
fair amount of the muscle of his an ancestor.
cestor. ancestor. '. : A

. Seed oats", seed rye and rape seed,

for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store.' tf

Mr. Percy Perkins returned Wed

nesday from Tampa.' He says tha

Tampa is full of Confederate veterans
and that the people of that city are

giving the old soldiers one of. the bes

reunions they ever had.

Try Bouquet Dozlra- perfume, $2

per ounce, at Gerig's. tf

: Col. R. F.' Rogers and a friend may
call at the Carn-Tfiomas company's

store and drink bottled coca-cola a

the expense of our company. The

Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.

14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one do!

lar's worth of other groceries on Sat

urday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co

Men Have No Sense of Humor.'
Here Is what girls laugh about

They came home, three of 'em, laugh

Ing hysterically. It was several min

utes before they could tell what had

set them off. Finally it developed

that they walked home from the plc
ture show, right by the grocery store
and Just as they reached the next cor

ner, Mary made them all go back: to

the store after some ginger snaT?s.
Kansas City Star. -

SLOAN'S LINIMENT

- FOR NEURALGIA ACHES

The dull throb of neuralgia is quick quickly
ly quickly relieved by Sloan's Liniment, the
universal remedy for pain. Easy to

apply: it quickly penetrates withou

rubbing and soothes the sore muscles

Cleaner and more promptly effective
than mussy plasters or ointment; does
not stain the skin or clog the pores.

f or stiff muscles, .chronic rheumatism,
gout, lumbago, sprains and strains it

gives quick relief. Sloan's Ianimen

reduces the pain and inflammation in
in sect bites, bruises, bumps, and other

minor injuries to children. Get a bot

tle today at your druggist, 25c. 2
Sign of Convalescence.

"You have a solendidlv eauirroed

hospital and a very efficient and
charming corps of nurses. What I
do not understand,' however, is how

you can always tell when a natient

well enough to be taken home from
the hospital." "As soon as he is able

to sit up and try to kiss his nurse he

Is strong enough to be sent home."
WHEN YOU TAKE COLD

(Continued from Third Page)

Mrs. Jake Brown is visiting friends

m Candler.

Miss Emma Washburn has returned

fiom Dunnellon.

Mrs. IL B. Clark of Austria is mak

ing her home this winter with Mrs.

Charles McLucas.

-

Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark ; left

yesterday for Jacksonville. They will

return Saturday. Little Miss Frances

13 staying with her grandparents, Mr.

and Mrs. F. E. Harris.

Miss Elsie Meade returned to the

lake .yesterday afternoon. Miss

Meade's mother and little sister will
remain at the lake for another month.

Mrs' Joseph Malever, who under

went an operation at the hospital yes

terday, is much better today, and wil

soon be well and strong again.
- A little bird perched on our shoul
der today and chirped in our ear tha

a handsome man from Virginia wil

soon arrive to be wedded tca dainty

little Ocala lady, a true daughter o

the South and one very dear to all her

friends.

A letter from Mrs. Mclver this

morning says that she and other Ocal
ans at the reunion in Tampa are hav

ing every attention shown them and

are enjoying every minute of their

stay.

, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis of Irvine

were in the city last night, guests o

Mrs. Arch Mclver.

Mr. and "Mrs. R. A. Burford receiv

ed news today that their son, Mr.

Robert Allen Burford, and his family,

who have been expected here for sev

eral4 days, but have, been delayed

wduld arrive on this evening's train.
c

Mrs. M; E. Layne returned yester

day from a visit to her daughter; in

Chattanooga. v

Marguerite Clark was very charm

ing last night' in "Gretna Green."

Ocala is certainly on the main circuit,

We saw Marie Doro in "The Lash"

Thursday night, and the following

Friday it was shown in Erie, Pa., a

city, of nearly a hundred thousand.

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 Chamberlain'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 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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11 Always Helps

says M's. Sylyania Woods, o! Clifton Mills, Ky., In
writing of her experience with Cardul, the woman's
tonic. She says further : "Before I began to use
Cardul, my back and head Twould hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of CarduL I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mllL
lavish every suffering woman would give

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aurora

The Woman's Tonic
a trial I still use1 Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache, backache, side ache, nervousness,
tfrir1. Wftrtl-rtiif fA!lncrt tr art euro cirrnc nf wnmri-

x Iy trouble; Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
z tonic You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
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women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today I
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Gigantic Butterflies.

The largest butterflies are found
n British Guiana, some of which have
i wing measurement of 11 inches.

CONSTIPATION DULLS
YOUR BRAIN

: That dull, listless, oppressed feel feeling
ing feeling is d" to impurities In your sys system,
tem, system, sluggish liver, clogged intestines.
Dr. King's New Life Pills give prompt
relief. A mild, easy, non-griping
bowel movement will tone up your
system and help to clear your muddy,
pimply complexion. Get a bottle of
Or. King's New Life Pills today at
your druggist, 25c. A dose tonight
will make .-. your cheerful at break
fast. 2

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM- -ILAR
LOCAL NEEDS

HOUSE TO RENT On Daugherty
street. Apply to A. G. Gates. l-tf

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. i ; 10-1 1-tf
QUICK SALE WANTED Ten acre

tiacl 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 Ari 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. ... 4-tf- l

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

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

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-"Talk about light,
fluffy, tempting : and
wholesome Jelly Rolls,
Cakes, Biscuits and other
good things 1 My! but

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BLOTS ON THE LANDSCAPE

CALUMET

BAKING POWDER
. certainly beats the band
for sure results rr for
purity,' economy and
wholesome bakings.
Tell your mother to try
Calumet Baking Pow

der on the money-back

Recurred Hlgliert Awards

Ktv Cm! Beei fne

Stt Slff i futad Cam,

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Good Reasons Why Disfiguring Signs
Should Ail Be Removed From
v the Public Roads.
The city beautifiers who have ex extended
tended extended their pulchritudlnous measures
to the country will be delighted,
though somewhat abashed, to note

that the state of Pennsylvania has an antedated
tedated antedated them for Bome years.
An old and forgotten enactment of
the commonwealth forbids the placing,
erecting or maintaining along any
road within the state, whether state
highway, state or county or township
road, of signs of any description.
Read employees have been instruct

ed, since this old law has been dug

up, to tear down all signs that may be

fastened on trees, fences, posts or
bowlders along the roads. Where
these disfiguring signs are painted on
the fences the workmen are instructed

to paint them out.

, But what of the equally disfiguring

signs within the lands inclosed by the
fences or bordered by the roads? Is

it the idea of the state that only land
owners may have licence to disfigure
the landscape? That law needs amend

ing. Of what avail will it be to paint

outtthe sign, "Take Mapleton's Pills

wnen It occurs on a fence Doraering

the highway, and leave untouched the

glaring announcement: "A dose of
Humfuddlers Bitters Is Just the thing

you need," simply because it stands

inside the highway fence? Fort
Worth Record.

lie

OCALA. FLORIDA

0

CAPITAL STOCK S50,00a00.
State, County andl City Depository.

1 PITONF. 499 No. 425 N. ITARVflT.TA ST.

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 RENT 250 acres of good land,
suitable for growing i corn, peanuts,

velvet beans or cotton. Write Mrs. J.

A. Manley, Ocala, Flaw or phone No
334v 10-16-tf

Cheap and big can Baking Powders do not J

save you money. Calumet does it's Pure;
. r - I

ana iar eupenor to sour mux. ana soaa.

Killing an Odor.
How often an ill person is made un

comfortable by odors from other parts
of the houfie getting into the sickroom:
Sometimes when the room is near

the kitchen the smells are unbearable!

By pouring atfew drops of oil of lav lav-nder
nder lav-nder into a glass of very hot water

tne air of the room can be cleared

almost instantly. ' -

OCALA FflATERIlAL ORDERS

OHAPTKJR NO. 15, B. A. M.

Regular convocations of the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on .the
fourth Friday in every month at

8 p. m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
. Jake Brown, Secy. :

WOODMlfi OF THE WOULD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets X

the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. ta. every

second .and fourth Friday, visiting

sovereigns axe always welcome.
J. G. Ferguson, C. C.
. Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

I IS NOW OPEN AND READY TO SHARE OF YOUR AUTOMO

BILE REPAIRING

J Skilled workmen, guarantee prompt and efficient service with no

"Dead Time" charged to customers.

J We are agents for and have in stock the celebrated

ADD TO CITY'S APPEARANCE

Motor Car Service Depots That Are

of Artistic Design and Excellent
Construction.

Motor car supply stations, at which
gasoline, oil and a limited variety of
accessories are dealt in, have been
springing up throughout the residen residential
tial residential districts of nearly every city of

prominence. Often these depots con

sist-of small brick huts, sheet-iron

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The Graceful Lines of This Structure,

a Motor Car Service Station, Make

It Attractive, Rather Than an Eye

sore to the Neighborhood In Which

It Is Situated.

shacks or frame structures, most of

them unsightly, buildings which 'de

tract from the appearance of the

neighborhoods in which they are lo located.
cated. located. ; In California and particularly
at Los 'Angeles, this condition ; is be being
ing being ameliorated by the erection of

small attractive structures designed
after the "old' Spanish missions of the
Pacific coast and Southwest. Popular

Mechanics Magazine.

Ifarion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and thlrfl
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
B. a Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. 4d
OCALA LODGE NO. 253, B. P. O. H
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tkiesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club he use
opposite postoffice, east side.
" R. S. Rogers, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
OuALA TEMPLE
' PYTHIAN SISTERS

Don't Knock Your Home Town.

The man who talks against his town

makes a serious blunder, a serious mis mistake.
take. mistake. To do so is to help to create a

sentiment against the place where he
makes his living, a place which means

much to him at all times and especial

ly when it is prosperous, and this it

cannot be if the citizenship is continu

ally finding some excuse to deplore its

existence. One of the essential things
in all towns is a successful business

organization. To attack this organiza organization
tion organization upon all occasions means that the
town is on the downgrade and that the
persons making the attacks are assist assisting
ing assisting the town to go further down. No
organization can make headway with
the citizenship out campaigning
against it when they ought to be out
speaking praises for it. If the citizen citizenship
ship citizenship expect to build a town by fighting
its way for growth and prosperity they
are badly, mistaken.- Greenville (Tex.)
Banner.

Oldsmobile ligltf Eicflif
Best Eight-Cylinder Car in the World
for the Money
Price, at Ocala $1275.00 :
Grease, Oils, Gasoline and Automobile Accessories in. Stock
Plenty of room to store your car. Give us a trial. You need not
come again if we do not satisfy you.
W. L. CApMICfiAEL, Prop
Located in Carmichael's Fire-Proof Building, N. Magnolia Street.
OCALA :-: FLORIDA

insures long wear and first-class ap appearance
pearance appearance in a dwelling house or
other structure. Our stock of siding
is made of carefully selected lumber
and seasoned thoroughly. That is
why it wears so well.

f :

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II WILLI KZJiJ ii iiCiL-

for building and we will show you how to
avoid waste and get the most for your money.
Our customers are our best Mends, because
they can rely on our advice jibout building
and building material. They always return.

E i
H

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The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Kate B. Howell. M. B.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
ORDER OF EASTERN hTAR

Health Signs.
Some public-spirited citizens in Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia have started a system of health
advertisements along the roadside In
opposition to the unsightly patent
medicine advertisements which have
to a great extent obscured the view
and defaced the scenery in many sec sections
tions sections of the country. The former meet

with approval generally and have been

the means of bringing about a changed
condition as far as the public health
is concerned. One of the signs reads
as follows: "The best farm in this
county is the one on which the health
of the family is best protected." An Another
other Another contains the legend, "Beware
mosquitoes! They breed in stagnant or
slowly-running water."

Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth rhursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtie G. Kramer, W. M.
Mrs. Liliian simmocs. Secy.

KNIGUTH OF ITTHJAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over. the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to rin
iting brothers. G. A. Nash, C. C.
- Chas. K. Sago. K. .of R. S. A
ODD FELLOWS

.Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. Pn
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
F. E. McClane, N. G.
L. H. Pillans, Secretary.

We have a new perfume. Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract, 2 per
ounce. Gerig'sT tf

Use Juba Self Rising Flour for de delicious
licious delicious hot biscuits. At all grocers.91 6t

Cjirn-ThomasCo.
GROCERIES
Good Goods, : -Cheap
Prices
' Good Service

We Guarantee the Quality of
Everything We Sell

.CYPRESS LUMBER IN STOCK
' OAI O) -S.WELCH
PHONE 223 - Ocala JFlorida

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

Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and One 2Iile East of Saa Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
- ;;V:;MEN,:mCORFOTED.JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEfl SCHOOL MOUTHS
D. K POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 13, 1916

IE

The Tire Man
; : ., , y
Service car always ready for tire
rouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt-'
ly filled.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET

Phones 4 SS--76

Ocala," Fla.

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