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OCALA, FLOKIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1916
VOL. 22 NO. 26
DATTLES TODAY ME
Struggles Between Allies and Teutons
' Bring No Important Success
to Either Side ""
AT THE HEA
London, Oct. 20. -The Serbians on
the western end of the Macedonian
front, which Pans reported as con
jtinuing a vigorous campaign for Mon-
.astir successfully, have been halted,
according to a German report.
Paris announces the capture of Vel
ycselo, southeast of Monastir, but
Berlin claims the movement halted,
Fter temporary Serbian success.
i The French claimed the Bulgarians
,vere routed with heavy losses. Un
JHcial reports said the Serbians were
jacing the final line of Bulgarian de-
enscs on this sector.
Berlin asserted that some trenches
n the Somme front which the British
aptuied Oct. 18th, were re-taken yes-
:rday. British efforts to adyance last
light north of Courcelette and east of
resars are declared to have failed.
he statement is added that three
ritish "tanks" were 7 destroyed by
rtillery fire during the last great en-
nte attacks.:' ?.;,,
REAT TEUTON VICTORY IN
G ALICIA ...-'c'''-In
Galicia Berlin said the Teutons
ormed important Russian positions
ji the west bank of the Narayuvka
;ver, capturing fourteen officers', 250
en and eleven machine guns. All
unter attacks were repulsed.
NIP AND TUCK
Bucharest, Oct. 20 The Bulgarians
d Germans in Dobrudia have forced
;ck the Rumanian left wing, it is offi offi-illy
illy offi-illy announced. The Rumanians in
e Oituz valley have driven the Aus Aus-German'
German' Aus-German' forces back to the fron-
Sr. : 7
:,D MAN AVERY'S
Gainesville, Fla., Oct. 20. Will
aner, the negro convicted of killing
C. Avery, an aged horseman, here
t fall, was hanged today.
'ANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-j
j SIM-j ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
f -. ..V
INTED Experienced insurance
n, white or colored, to write and
jlcct weekly health and accident in in-pnee.
pnee. in-pnee. Good contract. Address I.AT.
in, care Evening Sta. 20-3t V
luSE TO RENT On Daugherty
7ct. Apply to A. G. Gates. 19-tf
JST Leather suit case on v street,
."stained girl's clothes, also baby
hes. Return to Lillie Ulmer, Box
Route A, Ocala. 10-12-6t
JlTAGE FOR RENT One-story
Mje; all modern improvements.
C) reasonable; one block from pri pri-7
7 pri-7 school, corner South Second and
, rez streets. Apply to Charles
7nauer. - 10-11-tf
CK SALE ."WANTED Ten acre
,t of land, U mile from Ilollister,
A. C. L. Title guaranteed by Title
! runty Co. of Jacksonville. Best of of-I
I of-I accepted. Money needed in other
nes3. j, n. snuitz, JNewarK, ueia-
OF All AH
Miner Sayg Villa is Well and in Com Command
mand Command of Eight Hundred
" EI Paso, Oct, 18, Thomas Mendez,
a mining man, said that Villa appear
ed at Cusihuiriachic September 26th
with 800 men, and that the bandit
leader looked well. Mendez wa3 shot
and wounded when the found bandits
under command of Martin Lopez loot
ing his house. Mendez came here for
O LD D UE
F HIS DUTY
Mining Engineer Met His Fate While
Trying to Rescue Ira Ira-prisoned
prisoned Ira-prisoned Men
I RENT Two furnished rooms;
lern conveniences, desirable neigh neigh-tood.
tood. neigh-tood. Mrs. A. M. Perry, Herbert
St . .4-tf-;
T On Lake Weir road to Ocala,
overcoat. Initials D. T. J. in-
Finder will be suitably reward-
y returning to D. T. Jeff coat,
a. Fla. 10-3-Ct
RENT A well located cottage
've rooms, three blocks from the
re; all modern conveniences. Ap-
R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
SALE Stove wood, seasoned
ana cypress, a large load for a
r. Phono 223. Prompt delivery,
i Lumber Co. 8-5-tf
n ED Five two-horse wagons
Me for heavy .hauling; state
-1 Address M. G. Davis, Zuber,
10-16-6t 7 1 i-K
CNT 250 acres of good land,
"Ii for growing corn, peanuts,
t cans or cotton. Write Mrs. J.
y, Ocala, Fla., or phone No.
; III ATHENS
Demonstration by Reservists Requir-
. ed Strong Force of French
to Hold It Down
London, Oct. 20. Greek reservists
in Athens Wednesday night took .: the
law into their own hands and condi
tions were extremely turbulent, ac
cording to a news "agency dispatch
filed last night. Strong entente de detachments
tachments detachments of marines were eriven vir
tually no assistance by the Greek au
thorities in maintaining order, the
The chief in control of the French
police notified all anti-Venizelos news newspapers
papers newspapers that beginning Thursday the
French would start a newspaper cen
sorship. 1 7"
Twenty-five officers and six hundred
men of "the Athens garrison have
joined the revolutionists and left for
Saloniki,' according to another dis
SAVE MONEY FOR THE CITY
Municipal Rock Crushing Plant will
Soon be Up and in Active
The action of the city council at its
regular meet Tuesday in accepting the
report of the street committee which
recommended the installing of a rock
crushing plant on the city's property
adjacent to the public park plat in the
first ward will mean the saving of
many dollars on street work in the
For some time the city has been
purchasing lime rock from the quar
ries near -town and having it shipped
in by rail. This has. been costing ap
proximately 60 cents per ton f. o. b.
Ocala. Chairman Mclver of the street
committee estimates that with the
new plant this rock can be delivered
on the street -department's carts at
ess than half of the former cost.
The crushing plant and quarry have
a capacity considerably greater "than
will be .needed for present uses, tho
with the street improvements the
council has in contemplation it will
facilitate matters a great deal in that
there will always be available suffi sufficient
cient sufficient rock to keep the regular force at
work. The city has been using an
average of three carloads a week, and
the saving on the new plan will with
in a yearand a half pay the cost of
installation besides putting the street
committee in a position to do its work
in a more economical manner than by
the old method of hand loading carts
and long hauls.
It is thought that 1 the new plant
will be in operation by January first.
A NOTED PREACHER
Fairmont, W. Va.t Oct. 20. L. M.
Jones, a mining engineer in charge of
the rescue crew from the Pittsburg
station of the burea- uof mines, was
asphyxiated while endeavoring to en
ter the Jamison mine near here, where
a dozen men were entombed by an ex
plosion yesterday. One man was over
come trying to save Jones. Four
bodies have been recovered.
SCHOONER LOST IH
Tanker Took Off Nine Members of
the Crew and will Land
Them in Tampa
CALL FOR OVERCOATS
Shivery Weather Prevails in Many
Places Today in the
(Associated Press) :
Atlanta', Oct. 20. Cold weather
cajling out overcoats and warm cloth
ing is reported in several sections of
the South today; Low temperatures
are reported over Tennessee, Missis
sippi, Louisiana and Northern -Ala
bama, with a light frost in Northern
Louisiana. Mobile reported a tem
perature of 53 degrees; New Orleans
was two degrees colder, and at Nash Nashville
ville Nashville 40 degrees was noted.
FROST III FLORIDA
May Be a Long Drop in the Temper
ature Before Tomorrow
Jacksonville, Oct. 20. Frost is ex
pected in Northeast Florida- tonight.
The temperature- will probably drop
below fifty degrees.
JENNINGS ON THE JOB
Spoke for Democratic Nominees To-
Day at Stuart
Jacksonville, Oct. 20. The demo
cratic state campaign opened at
Stuart today with a speech by former
Governor W. S. Jennings.
Rev. W. G. Fletcher, commissioner
of education, will preach at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church next Sunday morning.
Mr. Fletcher is a man of ability, and
rather wide experience for one of his
age. He was a missionary in Cuba
for a number of years. It will do you
good to hear him.
FOR A MUDDY COMPLEXION
Take Chamberlain's Tablets and
fldoDt a diet of vecetahles and 'cereals:
Take outdoor exercise daily and your
complexion will be greatly improved
within a few months. Try it. Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere.
Coca-cola made in .Atlanta, made
famous in Ocala at Gerig's.
r BRING COLDS
"Stuff ed-uo head. cloersred-uTi nose
tight chest, sore throat are "sure
sitrns of cold, and Dr. Kind's New
Discovery is sure relief. A dose of
tnis combination of antiseptic bal-
. At Xl 1 a 1
bains suouies me irniaiea memorane.
clears the head, loosens the chlecm!
you breathe easier and realize your
cold is broken up. Treat a cold per persistently
sistently persistently ; half-way measures leave
a lingering cough. Take Dr, King's
New Discovery until your cold is
gone. For 47 years the favorite rem remedy
edy remedy for young and old. At your
druggist. 50c. 3
The county commissioners will meet
Friday, the 27th day of October, 1010,
Istration (books all nannies erroneously
T-he following names jiave Deen
Preelnct 'o. 1
Beck, Aii' J.
Boney D. M.
Breuderly, Jos. A.
Chitty. J. A.
Castell, J. A.
Dankwertz, L. J.
Dodge. J. W.
DeCamp Aimer W.
Gloster, lxrain -Graham,
Glymip, J. E. t
Holly, G. F.
Haynes, F. N. .
Hutchins, E. J.
Brace well, James Graham, J. M.
Carswell, S. T. Snelling, Wesley
Green, Aggie Tucker, Wm.
Gamble, O. N. iValkup, II. C.
Graham. W. D.
Precinct Xo. 3
Anderson, J."E. Rafile, Clifford
Johnson," C I
Jones, M. P. ;
Magou, Fred B. -Mitchell,
Morgan, Walter P.
McOonnell, Henry J
McCorkle, H. M.
ircCorkle, Ralph E.
Robinson, Fred H.
Wilson. B. F.
Tampa, Oct. 20. A wireless from
the tanker Larrimer this morning said
that nine members of the crew of the
Pensacola fishing schooner Minneola,
who have been taken aboard the Lar Larrimer,
rimer, Larrimer, will be brought here. It is as assumed
sumed assumed that the Minneola was lost as
a result of the hurricane.
PANIC AMONG S
In the Vicinity of Chihuahua on Ac
count of Villa's Lawless
Chihuahua City, Oct. 20. Panic
stricken inhabitants of the Sanandres
district are pouring into Chihuahua
City with reports that Villa and part
of his command have taken possession
of the mining town of Sanandres, 25
miles from, here. The' refugees say
Villa was angered because the male
population fled, to being impressed by
him and that he burned -houses and
permitted atrocities on women and
FUN AT TnE FAIR
Anderson, W. B.
Watson. J. T.
; Precinct No.- 7
Buhl, Carl "Jacobr Alonzo
Fort. James M. Nixon, Isaac
Henry, H. W. Sr. Russell. W. R.
Hyde, Wm. T. tarr, Jno. C.
Jenkins, Will ..: W'estover, W. J.
" lreclnct Xo. 10 :
Collins, J. C.
Collins, M. J.
Precinct Xo. 13
Harris. C. O. Moore. Fred W.
Hand, W. A. ;.
Brown, H. A.
CoAvart, W. I
Futnelt Berry J,
Fishback, B. E.
Holland, Jas. H,
Longsworthy, LaicIus H. Sr.
Longs.worthy, Lucius 1L Jr.
Precinct Xo. 14
Carlton, R. A.
Precinct Xo. 10
Motes, O. E
McKenzie, W. L.
Pedrick, Harry G.
Rains, Rufus A.
Strickland, J. B.
Colbert. J. J.
-Ellis, Geo. W.
Ellison, E. R.
Douglas. R. C.
Evans, Arthur ; s
Hanson, T. F. -Jones,
Kunzie, W. T.
Lambert, A. S.
Lambert. B. L.
Moore, A. L. -Malphus,
Smith, Tally J.
Spoon er. J. W.
Titus, M. IL
Titus. S. L.
Likely that Lots will be Doing on that
Occasion in the Amuse-
. ment Line
- Mr, Irving J. Polack. creneral man
ager of the Rutherford Greater Shows,
which will furnish ; the joyland of
amusement features for our comine
fair, spent yesterday in conf erence
with the management of the fair, and
met the executive committee at 7 :30
p. m., at which time he made many
suggestions that will greatly add to
the interest and success of this our
ninth annual fair which bids fair to
be the largest and best that we have
Mr. Polack is interested in his work
and in the success of the fairs with
which he co-operates, far beyond the
interest taken by the ordinary show
manager. He says he is bringing us
eighteen shows, including the new
$10,000 Whip. :. ; :
The progress of Chase City, Va
where the show played before going
to Eastman, Ga., where they are now
located, says of the Rutherford shows:
"The carnival shows are among the
largest and best on the road and have
been given liberal patronage since the
opening of the fair on Tuesday morn
ing. There are fifteen shows on the
fair grounds including the latest and
greatest of all amusement devices,
the $10,000 'Whip and to the credit
of the local fair association it may be
said that Chase City is the first place
in the state of Virginia to exhibit this
wonderful device. Other attractions
are the motordrome, the merry-go-
round, the Ferris wheel and all the
other amusements usually offered at
The preliminary hearing of Lloyd
Rivers, charged with killing Norman
Brooks, was held before Judge Smith
this "morning. Rivers was held to
await the action of the grand jury.
Hunter, Pierce Pierce-Haynes,
Haynes, Pierce-Haynes, R- L.
Johns, J. W.
Martin, H. C.
Morse, A. G.
Polk, J. D.
Smith, J. F.
' Turnipseed, MV
Anderson, E. I
Dawdy, C. S.
Duckett. J. IL
Davis, W. A.
Edwards. W. D.
Guynn, W. E.
. Precinct Xo. 25 '
Caldwell, J. L. KlsUer,. J. W. J.
DeLong, W. IL Savage, C. A.
Hooten, Jas. P. Savage, David R.
Hilty, W. & Welsh, Thos. H.
Precinct Xo. 26
Bowers, S. B. Richardson, Esau
Gilbreath, J. B.' Wells, R. W.
Precinct Xo. 27
Atkinson, Albert WKInlow, R. H.
Dixon. Br ad en Kin low. A. W.
LDent. Sidney IL Lanier, J. IL
xicLiy, jp ji, X. ii. ill,
Jones, D. A. Wilson, John W.
Precinct Xo. 28
Miller. W. L. Walker, Robt. B.
- Precinct Xo. 29
Burney. Arthur Perry. C. T,
Precinct X'o. 17
Baskin, R. II. Arnold, Jake
Harris, Thos. F.
Moser, J. C
Odiim, Sam W.
dwindle. D. W.
Wills, W. C.
Hill. C. R.
Hill. C. O.
Williams, J, W,
Precinct Xo. 21
Brown, Ellis H. Lyles, W. J. -Freeman,.
R. T. Trofton, Newell
Kilpatrlck, Wm. Wiffhtman, A. P.
Kilpatrlck, R. F. v
lreclnct Xo. 22
Flewellen. R. TL Schlater, P. r. St
Granger, W. F.
Bonner. B. W.
Boulware, N. K.
Blowers, F. C.
Bawls, J. C.
Syms, Thos. C.
Shaw. C. W.
Simmons. R- L.
Cummin?, George Smith, Fletcber
Karly, B. F. D.
i-Hiott, J. R.
Finley, W. A.
Gunter, D. P.
I'erry, C. I
Solomon. W. I
Turner, C. S.
Turner, B. E." -Williams,
Washington, S. W.
Prrelnct' Xo. 32.'
Drumming. St C Kennard, E. S.
Ellis, R. T. McCullou-h. J. G.
Hunter, R B. Payton, A. T.
Harrell, J. B.
The foregoing list is published by
order of the -board of county commis commissioners,
sioners, commissioners, in accordance with section 200,
General Statutes of Florida.
W. D. Cam. Chairman.
Attest; P. IL NUGENT, Clerk. 10-20
SAVED ALL BUT
ill IFA lllll I
IA P V l MR L
nLLlLU If ILL IrlnllL
Passengers of the Cunarder Alaunia
Were Landed in a British Port
New York, Oct. 20. All members
cf the crew of the Cunard liner Alau
nia except two were saved, when the
liner struck a mine in the English
channe, the Cunard offices here an announced.
nounced. announced. The passengers were landed
at Falmouth Wednesday.
Band of Masked Men Attacked Street
Car and Smashed Its Windows
If They Allow a German Woman Con
demned as a Spy to be
Paris, Oct. 20. Madame Gomeno
Sanches, who before her marriage
was Alana Liberdall of Dusseldorf.
was unanimously condemned to death
ior spying by a Marseilles courtmar
Atlanta, Oct. 20. Forty men, who
wore masks of bandana handkerchiefs,
attacked an English avenue car last
night, riddling the windows with bul
lets. The motorman was painfully
wounded,- but the conductor and ;three
deputies, who were aboard the can
were unhurt. The deputies were nut
on the car after the trolley company
had been warned that the attack
would take place. Night service.
which was curtailed because of the
strike by employes of the company,
naa Deen resumed.-A Th trolley com
pany officials say the police had been
notified of the impending attack but
that no arrests have yet been made.
ANOTHER DELAY ASKED
HAD A 101
Man with a Big Knife was Arrested
When he Tried to Climb in
Some of Us Older Men, Won't Live to
See the Ocala Union
Station v '.
The railroads "will ask a further de-
ay of six months in building the
union passenger station. Difficulty in
straightening the titles is the reason.
All members of the council, except
Mr. Weathers (whose firm is interest interested
ed interested in the transfer of the property)
have signed the request for delay.
and the commission will give a hear
ing on the matter soon.
SAMESOP 15TSSPCTORS A!VD
CLERKS IS GEXERAL ELECTION
NOVEMBER 7, 1016 .
Precinct No. 1 (A to u'V w ."-nittn.
E C. Packham. M. J. Ropm. w. w.
Precinct No. 1 (M to Z) W. M. Mc Mc-Conn.
Conn. Mc-Conn. B. H. Seymour. D s Williams. .T
G. Ferguson, clerk.
Precinct No. 2 C. M. Cam. J. C. Du Du-pree,
pree, Du-pree, G. I. Bentley, E. D. Rou, lerk.
ir-recmct jno. 3 J. c. Mathews,. H. W.
Nettles, J. M. Smith, Rooh E. Mathews,
cierK. ' ... v.- j -
Precinct No. 4 A. W. Woodard. .T
D. Williams, J. A. Brooks, Newcomb
Precinct No. 5 W. H. Gullfoyle, J.
MV Nettles, A. J. Markham. T. F-Mor-
Precinct No. 6 Geo. O. Turner, C I
Stricklln, R. D. Stokes, H. A. Ross,
Preeinct No. 7 F. C Barnes, A. R. R.Douglas,
Douglas, R.Douglas, L' N. Wigrgrins, Fred G. Buhl,
clerk. - '?
Precinct No. 8 J. E. Branch. R. E.
Downs. O. C iStoODS. A. D Mitchell.
Precinct No. 9 J. B. Martin, A. W.
Yongrue, Hugh Knight, W. E. McGaha-
Precinct No. 10 A. W. For A.
Griggs, V. A. Meadows, J. C. Pillans,
Precinct No. 11 I. P. Stevens. O. H.
Rogers. I. W. Perkins, W. T. Hender Hender-son
son Hender-son cleric.
Precinct No. 12 W. P. Williamson,
Calvin Long, R. M. Long. J. F. Falana.
Precinct No. 13 S. II. Martin. A. J.
Albritton. H. M. Hutchinson. J. W.
-Precinct No. 14 J. B. Hall, W. C.
Kingsley, Silas W. Fletcher. W. F. Jor
dan, clerk. ,
Precinct No. 1 C. A. McRaney. D.
I. Drawdr. J. T. McRaney. E. 1 Draw-
Precinct No. 16 Dave Simmons, xa xa-vld
vld xa-vld Barcus, J. P. Ausley. R. K. Wart-
Precinct No. 17 c. c. Priest Jr., J.
M. Gates Sr.. N. W. Meadows. J. A. Tal-
Precinct No. 18 J. J. Knoblock. C.
H. Shaw, C W.: Lindner, N. J. Town-
Precinct No. 19 :M. E. Albritton. S.
J. OlcKinney, E. Schnitzler, A. E.
Precinct No. 20 J. W. Coulter. I T.
ITendrix. B. R. Blitch. E. K. Rawls.
Precinct No. 21 H. A. Kendall. J. N.
Shedd, George Spencer, O. iL Gale,
Precinct No. 22 E. W. Rush. J. TL
Bateman, Newton Alexander, Tully
Precinct No. 23 J. B. Diss. J. W.
Linderman, Walter Niche!, S. G. Lov-
Precinct No. 2i Geo. G. Hough. S.
W. Petteway, J.-.T. Williams, C E.
Precinct No. 25 J. N. Marshall, C. IL
Mathews, Alanson Belcher, C. W.
Precinct No. 26 J. N. Sinrmons. J. F.
Carlton, J. W. Colbert, E. W. Luffman,
Precinct No. 27 Enock Wells. J. P.
Brlnson, Thorn Howard, N. P. Frye,
Precinct No. 28 T. W. Barnett. W.
A. Redding, H. F. Smith. C, E. Lucius,
Precinct No. 29 J. E. Turnipseed. G.
B. ChappelL Jas. A. Ray, J. Guthery,
Precinct No. 30 1 D. Beck. CD. 'P.
Haycraft. W. N. Withers, J. H. Clark,
Precinct No. 31 W. T. Stokes. R. IL
Scott, Ll I Dodd. 1 E. Lenker, clerk.
Precinct No. 32 A. J. Brigance, IL
II. Harrel. B. F. Leitner. D. T. Zet Zet-rouer.
rouer. Zet-rouer. clerk.
Precinct No. 33 w. B. Kawis, "v. k.
Roe.T. M. Phillips, H. J. McCiilly,
clerk. : ' - ...
The foregoing were appointed In
spectors and clerks .by the board or
county comrmssioners at meir meeting
Oct 18th. 191$. to serve in election No November
vember November 7th, 191S.
W. D. CARN. Chairman.
Attest: P. IL NUGENT,
(Seal). Clerk. 10-20-tf
"When thirsty drink at Gerig's
Ocala's popular coca-cola fountain.
V Pittsburg, Pa., Oct. 18. President
Wilson and Wm. J. Bryan met here to
day. Both smiled and shook hands.
A man giving his name as Richard
Cullan was arrested when he attempt attempted
ed attempted to board the president's automo automobile.
bile. automobile. He carried a toot bag contain containing
ing containing a long knife. ; ;
Will Speak to the People of Ocala on
the Public Square
Congressman Frank Clark will
speak to the people of Ocala from the
bandstand onHhe public square to tonight.:;
night.:; tonight.:; Everybody come out and hear,
our eloquent and popular representa representative.
tive. representative. '.'" ? ;f '- :
PRIZES FOR THE : A:
H CANNING CLUB GIRLS
To All Canning Club Girls: We are
interested in 'what records you have
made on your one-tenth acre plot. If
you have been troubles by drought or
rain and storm, do not be discouraged,
but send in a record. No matter how
small the yield, we want a well kept
record. We hope you have made a
The Jacksonville Chamber of Com
merce makes the following offer for
their fair to be held in December:
To the canning club girls who send
in the best exhibit of canned fruits,
preserves, jellies, vinegars and canned
To the canning club girls who send
in the second best exhibit of canned
fruits, preserves, jellies, vinegars and
canned vegetables, $25.
To the county sending the best ex
hibit from not less than ten girls, $100.
To the county sending the second
best exhibit from not less than ten
- Some girl will get that $75, and it
is only the girls who try, who ever
win. Now is the time to prepare for
this exhibit. We can safely promise
to sell all of your products at a reas
onable price, if they are of excellent
You know Mrs. Okie Painter Will Williams'
iams' Williams' offer of a gold watch to the first
prize winner .in each county. Mrs.
Williams has given fifty-one girls gold
watches. No girl who wins one i3
eligible for a watch the second year.
No girl is eligible for the state prize
of $100, who has an irrigation plant
on her plot. This college is going to
present certificates to those girls who
have been club members of good sand sanding
ing sanding for four years. There are not
many to receive these certificates thi3
year, but we hope many of you who
are club members will continue in the
work long enough to receive certifi certificates.
cates. certificates. -. r -",,.:.;.;;-;
We are nappy that more Florida
girls are joining every year, and that
you are working hard to save the sur surplus
plus surplus fruits and vegetables, to study
home making, and to become helpful
daughters. Yours with best wishes,
Agnes Ellen Harriss,
State Home Demonstration Agent.
CATTS WHIG FOR
IKIES AIID Cliff
Not Much Support from Any of His
Adherents, for Democratic
When you feel discouraged and de despondent
spondent despondent do not give up but take a
dnse of Chamberlain's Tablets and
you are almost certain to feel all
right within a day or two. Despond Despondency
ency Despondency is very often due to indigestion
and biliousness, for which these tab tablets
lets tablets are especially valuable. Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere.
We are now making 5, 6 and 10 cent
loaves of bread and advise the use of
the latter size. Carter's Bakery, tf
Always showing exclusive designs
in individual ideas. Affleck. Millinery
Parlor, opposite Gerig's Drug Store.
Phone 161. 19-Ct
(Special to the Star)
Jacksonville, Oct. 20. -Reports are
coming to democratic headquarters of
the organization of democratic clubs
in a large number of v-ountles, re requesting
questing requesting literature,- and assuring the
camDaiErn committAA tka
a fcj -- 4bvf4A UV wW
until election they will actively work
for the election of every one of the
democratic nominees. Numerous re
quests are coming to the committee to
supply speakers for democratic ral
lies. These letters indicate a rarsidly
changing sentiment, and that the op opponents
ponents opponents of the democratic nominee are
losing support heretofore actively
working in behalf of other candidates.
From Bradford county comes the re
port that some of the Catt Clubs, or
rather the secret societies supporting
Mr. Catts in that county, have en
dorsed and instructed the members to
vote for Mr. Coffin, the Prohibition
Candidate for Congress against Hon Honorable
orable Honorable Frank Clark. It is also report reported
ed reported that some of these clubs have en
dorsed the republican electors.
It isc also reported that some of
those. f!atfa PlnKa in TiraAfnrA
have endorsed the Republican Electors
and also the Republican candidate for
justice of the supreme court against
Hon. R. Fenwick Taylor, Democratic
The Democrats of Putnam county
have organized and have begun an ac active
tive active campaign for the nominees, and
say that Putman will give a big ma
jority for the ticket next month.
Honorable W. T. Cowles spoke to
a very large and enthusiastic audi
ence at Palatka, preceding the meet meeting
ing meeting of the county democratic commit
tee. At the meeting of the county
democratic committee a resolution was
passed endorsing air the Democratic
nominees, and especially urging the
Democrats of' that county to the sup
port of Hon. W. V. Knott the party
nominee for governor. A resolution
was also passed condemning all Inde Independents
pendents Independents in the state and county, and
expressing unanimous conviction that
no Democrat could-consistently sign
the petition of any man whose design
was to become a candidate to oppose
the "Democratic ticket.
There are 28 members of the Coun County
ty County Democratic Committee in Putman
county, and a large number of these
members have heretofore been ardent
supporters of Mr. Catts, and the re remarkable
markable remarkable feature of this meeting was
that every member of the committee
unanimously endorsed all the nomi nomi-inees
inees nomi-inees and openly pledged their sup support
port support in the coming election.
This assures for Putnam county a
united Democracy and a systematic
and energetic fight for the election of
every nominee on the ticket.
The campaign literature distributed
by the county committee in Putnam
county has been the means of convinc convincing
ing convincing a large number of people who
have heretofore been supporters of
Mr. Catts, under the impression that
ne was tne rignuui nominee, inai x.ir.
Catts was not entitled to the support
of the Democrats of this state, and
that he enjoyed the distinction of be being
ing being the Democratic nominee for a
short time as a result of errors hon honestly
estly honestly made by the inspectors and
clerksand nQt as a result of having
: .1 iV nr. f"
UlUiC UlftU ..111, UUVtto
In the wake of Mr. Catts' speaking
itinery reports are coming in of false
statements made by the Independent
candidate the most misleading being
that the Supreme Court was biased
and if the Court should have ordered
the 69 votes in Alachua county count counted
ed counted that Mr. Catts would have been
the nominee. This statement is made
in the face of the signed statement in
the form of a telegram to Hon. Georga
P. Rainey, chairman State Democrat Democratic
ic Democratic Committee, that on October 10 there
were 66 uncounted votes for Mr. Catts
and 88 for Mr. Knott, which if re recounted
counted recounted would have increased Mr.
Knott's lead to 41 votes. Mr. Catts
was given full credit for the 69 votes
in the tabulation made by the secre secretary
tary secretary of state showing that since Sep.-
lemuer Zl iSir. l.nox.t iiau wn;rcocA
his lead from 21 to 41 votes. B. M. T.
For service first, trade at Gerig's
Ocala's best drug store.
Watch for the new Victor records at
The Book Shop. 3t
Men Havtt No Sense of Humor.
Here Is what girls laugh about:
They came home, three of 'em, lauga lauga-Ing
Ing lauga-Ing hysterically. It was several min minutes
utes minutes before they could tell what had
set them IC Finally It developed
that they walked home from the pic picture
ture picture show, right by the grocery store,
and Just as they reached the next cor corner,
ner, corner, Mary made them all go back to
the store after some ginger snaps.
Kansas City Star.
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OCALA EVENING STAR
rUBUSIIEfr EVERY D AY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGEB CARROLX, PROPRIETORS
R, R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leaven odV BaatneM Manager
Entere4 at Ocala. Fla., poatofflce aa second class matter.
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3tx months, in advance .. z.w
Tt,r0 mnntha. fA advance 1.26
One month, in advance .'. 60
; WE SUBMIT. THE CASE
TO OUR READERS
' Basing the standard on an item ap appearing
pearing appearing in another paper, the Times,
recently stated that the Miami Me Metropolis
tropolis Metropolis called upon democrats to
il -1 -c i, t r :
, scraicn me name ua x-raun uuius, :
editor of the Ocala Banner, because j
that paper had criticised Catts. On j
tropolis did not ask that Mr. Harris'
name be scratched, hence a voluntary
apology. Tampa Times.
Thanks, Huffaker; you always play
the game on the square. We knew you
has been misled by the malicious mis misrepresentation
representation misrepresentation of "that other paper"
a publication which is never fair
nor truthful, and whose editor has
admitted that he is always "scared
half to death" whenever he has to
criticise anything or anybody. Miami
The "other paper" referred to is the
Star, and we propose to submit the
printed evidence to our readers and
let them judge which i3 the nearest
right the Metropolis or the "other
We have to be gentle in dealing
with the Metropolis, because it is, we
are told, edited by a lady. We do not
know if this is the case, but we have
observed that its editorial page bears
many of the traits popularly ascribed
to women; that is, it uses assertion
instead of argument, is exceedingly
impatient ot being contradicted and
has a voracious desire for the test
, word. These traits, however, in our
opinion are more characteristic of
children. Women journalists, as a
rule, have outgrown them, if they
ever had them.
Be that as it may, the Metropolis
has several times, in the last half a
dozen years, praised the Star, and at
least once reprinted one of its edi editorials
torials editorials in full, with its implied hearty
endorsement. "So when it says the
"other paper is never fair nor truth truthful,"
ful," truthful," it contradicts itself We seem,
in fact ,to have been tolerably much
in the Met's favor until we proved
that it misrepresented Congressman
Clark, for whom there is reason to
believe somebody of influence on the
Met cherishes a case of personal dis dislike.
like. dislike. ' ':
The article in the Star that has
brought forth the most recent spasm
of the Metropolis was as follows:
The state democratic executive com committee,
mittee, committee, which has full power to do so,
ha3 ordered placing on the ticket by
petition for presidential electors six
citizens of whom Mr. F. E. Harris of
the Ocala Banner is one. The Miami
Metropolis, which claims to be a dem democratic
ocratic democratic paper, advises democrats to
scratch Mr. Harris because the Ban Banner
ner Banner has criticised. Catts. In other
words, the Metropolis wants the dem democratic
ocratic democratic vote in the electoral college de de-f
f de-f creased by one, because an editor ex exercises
ercises exercises his constitutional and conceded
right of criticising a man who is a
candidate for public office. A gnat
could comfortably sit on the Metrop Metropolis
olis Metropolis nose and kick it in each eye.
The aforesaid expression of the
Metropolis which caused the Star, to
' comment on the lack of width in that
paper was as follows:
Frank Harris, editor of the Ocala
Banner, never loses an opportunity to
ridicule and bemean Sidney J. Catts,
the democratic nominee for governor.
Real democrats are under more obli obli-tt,
tt, obli-tt, gations to support Mr. Catts for gov governor
ernor governor than they are to support Mr.
Harris for presidential elector, as Mr.
Catts went before the people in the
June primary and received their en endorsement,
dorsement, endorsement, while the name of Mr.
Harris will appear on the official bal ballot
lot ballot orly as a result of petitions being
circulated. The vote in November
will at least show the relative popu-
ularity of the two men.
We have great, respect for the
opinion of our good friend Huffaker
of the Times, whose kindness of heart
and broadness of mind are abnormal,
but if the foregoing extract from the
Metropolis is not implied advice to
democrats who favor,, Catts to scratch
Mr. Harris, we do not know how to
interpret the United States language.
A further proof that the Metrop
olis has it in for Mr. Harris is shown
in the following paragraphs: ;
- The Ocala Banner is going over its
exchange list and saying very nice,
but deserved things about various
Florida newspapers. The Banner is
edited by a real gentleman, a "true
blue" democrat, who is an ornament
to the newspaper business, and he is
also a candidate for elector on the
Wilson-Marshall ticket. Long may he
live and prosper Punta Gorda Her Herald.
ald. Herald. '.-., w-:.
That's what we have always notic
ed. The candidate who is up to snuff
goes about saying "nice things," ex extending
tending extending the glad hand and kissing the
. babies. It is all in the game, but
there is one man in Florida that Can Candidate
didate Candidate Frank Harris has omitted to
praise a man who has thousands of
ardent friends working to secure him
justice from the justice-loving people
of Florida. That man is Sidney J.
Catts, and it is bound to come about
that his friends and supporters are
going to remember the unkind treat treatment
ment treatment he has received from Frank Har Harris
ris Harris through his newspaper, at election
time. Miami Metropolis.
Will Huffaker in view of the forego foregoing
ing foregoing persist in saying the Metropolis
would be displeased at the action of
any democrat who scratched Mr. Har Harris?
ris? Harris? And doesn't Huff know that if
every man who votes for Catts
scratches Mr. Harris there is a prob probability
ability probability that Florida will have only five
democratic votes in the electoral col college
lege college and the republicans will probably
have one? ."' ' '-.
Any sensible man who has read' the
Banner knows it has. rt abur?d Catts
eix monia. m auvuce..
Three months, in advance
: .. Woodrow Wilson
For Vice President
J. Turner Butler.
J. P. Clarkson.
Milton H. Mabry Sr.
Will II. Price.
For United States Senator
For Congressman Second District
W. V. Knott.
For Secretary of State
II. Clay Crawford.
For State Treasurer
J. C. Luning.
For State Superintendent of Schools
W. N Sheats.
For Justices Supreme Court .
Jefferson B. Browne.
R. F. Taylor.
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Royal C. Dunn.
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nor overstepped the bounds of cour
tesy in criticising him. It has oppos
ed him, but are we to be told that any
newspaper or fany man. who opposes
Catts is to be persecuted ? j
This cowardice of ours isn't worrv-
ing anybody "but the Metropolis. Ev-
erybody else treats it with the utmost
good humor. v It's a. rather useful feel-
ing.- -It's not good to be so outrage
ously brave in places where there is
no special need of it.
; And while we are talking about
this bravery business, it seems to us
that we have sometime hearcl of a
gentleman connected with the Metrop-
olis who in his. home town, and sur-
rounded by his neighbors, sat still
and unresisting under: a most forcible
tongue-lashing laid upon him by a
certain public; man, who showed the
most unequivocal readiness to back up
ms woras, ii necessary.
.we snau not display tne spite to-
ward the Metropolis that the Metrop-
ons aispiays toward tne btar. me
Metropolis is a good paper in most
things. It exposes and rebukes many
evils. We floree with if: in manvAf
wfeo ojfo, oUU;.uuoVivi'u
principles it upholds. It shows con-
sidera Die courage sometimes. We are
sorry to see that it spoils a great deal
of the good it might otherwise do by
displaying a peevishness in little
things and a bigotry in larger things
that is very inconsistent in the policy
of a big paper.
SUMTER SHOULD HAVE
ITS OWN SENATOR!
The Bushnell Times very sensibly
"Do not overlook the constitutional pathy of his friends in his. bereave bereave-amendment
amendment bereave-amendment to be voted on at the gen- ment. 1
erai election wnich assures each
county a state senator. This amend-
ment should have the vote of every
man voting. The only possible objec-
tion if it be an objection is that it
would mcrease the number of senators
somewhat. But even then the body
will not be unreasonably large. It
will give to the smaller counties a and other information address, A. E. acription' alone and it relieved niy nay nay-fairer
fairer nay-fairer representation than they have Handley, Box 585, Ocala, Fla. 10-13-tf ZEiw!
naa oeiore. oumter county nas oeen
very fortunate in her alignment with
Marion county in the matter of state
senator; but it is hardly fair to either
Sumter or Marion. Marion should
have a senator of her own, all the
time, yet the big county has been
very fair to us and alternated. So
while .we have nothing to complain of U
about our treatment by our partner,
still .we feel that every county should
be represented by a home man all the
time. Vote for the amendment."
Authentic information is at hand
that injunction papers are already
prepared and are to be used in every
county in the state to enjoin the coun county
ty county commissioners from putting Mr.
Catts name on the ticket, regardless
of court's decision, regardless of pro prohibition
hibition prohibition party nomination and re regardless
gardless regardless of the petitions by the re requisite
quisite requisite number of qualified electors.
J. S. Blitch, in Tampa Tribune, Oct. 8.
A characteristic Catts falsehood.-
Punta Gorda Herald.
No; that's only one of Brother
Blitch's hallucinations. Hi3 "bete
noir" is crosses. When he doesn't see
pope's crosses he sees double crosses.
Ha will recover after awhile.
OCALA MEN GIVEN
A DESERVED HONOR
Confederate Veterans of Florida in
executive session today unanimously
honored Gen. Alfred Ayer of Ocala by
selecting him by acclamation head of
the state organization, V as major major-general
general major-general commanding the Florida di
vision. The scene in the casino" when
the name of General Ayer was plac
ed before the veterans was strongly
dramatic, and as the veterans voted
on the motion cheers burst from the
I lips of many of the old soldiers, and
spreal until something like ; the old-
time "Rebel yell" rolled out the casino
After taking his place as head of
the veterans, General Ayer appointed
Col. F. E. Harris of Ocala as adjutant adjutant-general
general adjutant-general and chief of staff. The names
of Miami and Gainesville were placed
before the veterans by proxy as meet
ing places' for the next annual state
i reunion, but on account of the lack of
representation from both places the
veterans left the decision to the divis-
! jon commander, with the understand understanding
ing understanding that other towns which wished to
invite the state reunion would be con
The veterans endorsed Tampa as
the meeting place for the national re
union of Confederate Veterans in
1919. Tampa is to receive the active i
support of the heads of the veterans j
and the camp sover the state, and : a
big delegation of veterans will go to
i the national reunion in Washington to
get the reunion for 1919.
CATTS ISNT CONSISTENT
Catts having accepted the nomina-
ition of the prohibition party as their
I candidate for governor, cannot con
sistently ask of democrats their sup-
mort as the democratic nominee.. It is
simply a question of whether you
i vote for or against the democratic
I nominee, Mr. Knott being that nomi
Mr. Bernard Koonce of Ocala,
spent Saturday night with his father
I here, returning in his auto Sunday
I morning. BushnelL Times.
William Hocker of Ocala is a real
i philosopher. His articles on the polit
ical situation recently published in
his home papers, prove his, wisdom.-
Punta Gorda Herald,
F. J. Huber of Ocala, spent the
week-end with his brother. C. J.
Huber, cashier of the Sumter County
State Bank, returning Monday. Mr.
Huber was for eighteen years the
popular7 and efficient passenger and
J ticket agent of the A. C. L. at Ocala
and later" postmaster under the ad-
ministration of President Taft. He
has just returned from a four months
stay in his old home in Indiana, where
Mrs. Huber is still, with her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. John Zimmerman. It
will be recalled that the daughter of
I Eugene Zimmerman several years ago
married the Duke of Manchester.
Webster item in Bushnell Times.
SPENCER WILL COMMAND
. SONS OF VETERANS
Tampa, Oct. 20. Charles Hardee
s pence r, of Tampa, was elected com
mander of the Florida division. Sons
L .t. ,r. .x.'
ti0n yesterday, xm. jn. weuons, oi
Tainpa, serves with him as state adju-
Bushnell Times: Sheriff. Coleman's
brother, Mr. Reece Coleman, whose
illness we mentioned last week, died
al his home near Leesburg last Sat
urday afternoon. The, cause of
death appeared to be an abscess upon
the brain. He was sick only a few
days, the end coming shortly after he
was taken. The sheriff has the sym-
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N even more detailed and In
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ation situation of the enemy's forces
In the east treating morale.
equipment and supplies has come to
hand this morning from an escaped
prisoner," said the aid to General
Stone, who, with his staff, had head headquarters
quarters headquarters at Rock Island.
rwho Is he?"
"A Captain Ashby of volunteers, who
was a member of the original volun
teer force which defended New York.
He fought in both the early important
actions and was captured, after beln?
sevsrely wounded, in the action abvo
Cayuga. He was in a prison stockade
until ten days ago. when "he escaped
with the help of certain patriots living
m the vicinity. One of these a girl
named Logau, between whom aud C:v?
tain Ashby, by the way. there Is ap apparently
parently apparently a sentimental attachment-
accompanied him here this morulas,
having piloted an aeroplane taken from
the enemy. She appears to Lave been
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tvery respect confirm your opinionsir.
that the enemy, having nguin failed to
gain a decision, will ia unable to con continue
tinue continue their campaign on the present
Stone took the report' aud glanced
over it "I seer I see. The enemy has
not only ceased to send supplies from
Europe to his armies here, but he is
actually withdrawing supplies soon'to
be needed to maintain his armies for
the relief of the situation In Europe
That is quite in line with my other in
formation of the situation across the
water. The scarcity in parts of Ea
This is Nellie's boy Bob and Nellie's
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The door opened, an officer entered
witn neaa nign, witn eyes glowing
"Sir," he cried, "the Argentine Repub-
lie this morning has pledged us the
aid we have asked. They have recog recognized
nized recognized that if this republic is destroyed
they cannot endure. They therefore
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to or seized by our enemies. Canada
adheres to the same agreement. If
attempt is made against either coun country
try country to seize the grain, if our ene enemies
mies enemies novr refuse to wittfdraw they
simultaneously with us will destroy
The chief of staff straightened and
brought his shoulders up, his eyes eyes-dimmed
dimmed eyes-dimmed with tears of which he was
"Dispatch to Argentina and Canada,"
k commanded, "the gratitude of the
American people for their adherence to
us In this extremity and Inform our
enemies, both in the east and in the
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Four days later the Invaders requir required
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Immediately afterward the Invading
armies began to withdraw.
The little city of Elgin, shell swept
and half destroyed, was abandoned on
the second day of this movement. As
the regent's troops marched out an
American battalion marched in. Cap Captain
tain Captain Ashby's company of that battalion
bivouacked In the fields beyond an old
ruined house with a new cottage be beside
side beside it partly, unroofed by a shell, but
part of this cottage was habitable, and
there Jim and Beatrice found Nathan
Ashby sitting at the door with a little
boy In his arms.
The old man his shoulders were
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up with tears streaming down his face
as he saw his son.
"Jim, Jim! This Is Nellie's boy Bob
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left Ton and Bob's boy and I, Jim.
we're all that's left!
Jim tmwed his head, tears running
down his cheeks too. : He stooped and
kissed Bob's and Nellie's son. Then
he brought Beatrice forward.
"Father, this Is Beatrice, my wife."
Tour wife, boy r
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;tK Rev.-Abbott Chailes, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
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Put an Ad. in the Star.
To the Few
However bad a man may be,
There's some one else as bad as he,
And nowhere is there one so good,
Who can't be better if he would;
And so I am inclined to pen
This line in honor to the men
Who never knock without a cause,
And never then unless they pause
To see if there's not one eood word
To make up for the bad they've heard.
A Wide-Awake Occasion
The members of the Young Men's
Wideawake Class of the Methodist
church had a pleasant two hours at
the Ocala House dining rooms last
night, sharing in an excellent oyster
supper, with which went useful in
struction and sociability of the most
genial kind. .
Guests arriving at the dining rooms
about 8 p. m. were cordially greeted
by Mn L. W. Ponder, teacher of the
class, and Messrs. Bernard Blair and
Sam Fraser, the reception committee.
Rev. J. M. Gross was the honor guest,
and took the Star reporter under his
The handsome dining room was ele
gantly arranged, and a few minutes
after 8 the following sat down to the
table : Messrs. Sam Fraser, Bernard
Blair, L. W Ponder, Sam Hickel, Har Harvey
vey Harvey Blakely, Floyd. Coleman, Harry
Stein, I. U. Forbes, J. M Gross, Carol
Fraser, Ernest Adams, Theron Hall,
Robert Peachin, Roy Samson, J. H.
Benjamin, U. S. G. Morgan,: W. W.
Miller, W. E. Pound, Glendon Hall,
Thomas A. Copenhaver, M. M. Carter,
Foy Carroll, Oscar Curry, J., C. Weth Weth-erbee,
erbee, Weth-erbee, Joe Rabern, Marshall Bouvier,
C. Smith Jr., Sibald Wilson, Carol
Blalock, Richard Stroud, Sam I
Mathews, Carlton Ervin, C. L. Puter-
baugh, Wayne A. TenEyck, Tracy
Pedrick, F. D. Pedrick, D. E. Swindell,
J. V. Sayton, Joe Blalock and Edward
Oysters most temptingly prepared
in all styles were served, and between
the courses instructive talks were
given. Mr. Thomas Uopenhaver spoke
on "Christian Association for Young
Men"; Mr. Carol Fraser on "Why I
Should Attend Sunday School?; Mr.
Ponder on "My Brother and I." The
last talk was by Rev. Gross, on the
sub ject of young men generally. All
the talks were brief and to the point.
The courses were closes with excel
lent coffee, after imbibing which, the
guests wended their way homeward.
The supper was first class. Effi
cient Mark Temple planned it before
leaving for Gainesville in the after
noon, and dropped in after returning
on No. 9, to see how it was going, and
W. Austin Bennett beamed in on the
gathering occasionally to see that
nobody was being neglected.
The Young Men's Wideawake Class
is a nne combination of young men,
and Pastor Gross as well as Teacher
Ponder is very proud of them.
A memorial service' for the late
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski will be held at
the Woman's Club Saturday at 3:30
p. m. All the different organizations
to which she belonged have been ask asked
ed asked to be present. The missionary so society
ciety society of., the Methodist church, will be
represented by Mrs. G. W. Martin, the
U. D. C. by Mrs; E. L. Carney, the
Woman's Club by Mrs. R. A. Burford
and the auxiliary board of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Hospital by Mrs. J. R.
Dewey for the president. The music
will be in charge of Miss Byrd Wart-
mann, and the ministers of the city
have been asked to be present.
Mr. Wiley Burford, a student at
the university, will come over from
Gainesville today. Tomorrow he will
take Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford Jr.
and Misses' Mary and Agnes Burford
in their car. to witness the Alabama Alabama-Florida
Florida Alabama-Florida game. They will return Sun
The most pleasant place to while
away a few moments is at the public
library, where the accommodating li
brarian will assist you to find what
you want. Miss Gamsby says every
body should read "Jest David," the
sundial book, by Eleanor Porter.
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Miss Gertie Peyser will leave this
afternoon for a month's visit to New
York, Baltimore and Chicago. She
will be accompanied as far as Jack
sonville by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Pey
ser and children, Carolina and Ba-
When Mr. E. -M. Finch arrives to today
day today he will find to welcome him a
dainty little daughter, who arrived
this morning at 7 o'clock. The rail-
road men passed the word along the
line, and everybody congratulated thel
blushing but proud young father.
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp and
family and Miss Elizabeth Davis will
attend the Alabama-Florida football
game Saturday in Gainesville. They!
Kvill remain over for the Pan-Hellenic
dance Saturday night, and will return
had a most pleasant time with his
comrades at the reunion. Accompani Accompanied
ed Accompanied by his daughter, Miss Victoria, he
went on to their farm at Lowell.
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The many friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Roy E. Brown of Miami are sympa sympathizing
thizing sympathizing with them in the death of their
infant son, which occurred Wednesday
morning. Miami Herald.
This news will be regretted in
Ocala, also, as Mrs. Brown was for formerly
merly formerly Miss Mabel Godson of this city.
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark will
bring little Miss Beth Robinson this
afternoon from Jacksbnville to visit
her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E.
Ocala will welcome Mr. and Mrs.
G. W. Neely and family of Sheridan,
Oregon. They have bought a home on
the Lake Weir road and will spend the
Miss Elsie Meade's friends will be
glad to hear she has decided to remain
until January, when she will return to
Mr. and Mrs. Christian Ax of Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore are expected to arrive in the
city Nov. 1st.
Miss Alice Sexton's friends will be
sorry to learn that she has been quite
sick, v .
9 m m
Miss Gamsby, the librarian, re requests
quests requests the Star to announce that the
hours at the Carnegie library will
hereafter be from 9 to 11 a. m., and
4 to 8 p. m.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our most sin sincere
cere sincere thanks to the friends and neigh neighbors
bors neighbors for their kindness during the
sickness and death of our mother.
Dr. G. B. Parramore.
J. L. Parramore.
Mrs. J. D. King.
Mrs. J. W. Harvey.
Mrs. C. H. Brown.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McLucas.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank everyone for their
kindness during the illness and death
of our dear little girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles McLucas.
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MOVING PICTURE FEATURES
In the play, "Her Father's Son," at
the Temple last night, Vivian Martin
certainly showed up most cleverly and
prettily in a very interesting story.
At the Temple tonight will be an another
other another installment of that thrilling seri serial,
al, serial, "The Girl and the Game," and "The
Judge," a Triangle Keystone Comedy
that will make you hold your sides.
Tomorrow we will see Lillian Gish
in "Daphine and the Pirate," a tensely
interesing Triangle drama.
Kendrick W. C. T. U.
On account of the absence of our
president, the parcel post sale has
been postponed until her return. An Announcement
nouncement Announcement will be made later as to
the exact date.
The next meeting of the union will
be held on luesday afternoon, Oct.
24th, in the church at Reddick. The
adies will go up on the early after
noon tram and autos will come for
hem to bring them back at the close
of the meeting. AH members of the
union are urged to be present at this
meeting. A cordial invitation is ex
tended to all to be present, and espe especially
cially especially all the ladies of Reddick are
invited to attend this meeting.
Julia H. Webb, Press Supt.
TYDI1GS S CO.
Mr. H. M. Hampton went to Jack- NEW FALL GARDEN SEED NOW
sonville yesterday to meet his family
who have spent the past summer in
North Carolina. They will arrive in
Ocala this afternoon.
The Baptist Sewing Circle meets
Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. Elmer DeCamp.
Mr. L. M. Raysor returned yester
day afternoon ffom Tampa, where he1 Ocala, Florida.
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The cynical humor of the Russian
is admirably illustrated In their prov
erbs. Here are some:
A fool shoots; God guides the bul
It you are not caught, you are no
When money speaks, truth keeps si
The spoken word
cannot be swal-
and the wind carries
It is a stupid mouse that knowaxnly
A woman's hair
sense is short.
You cannot sew
is long, but her
buttons on your
It's a bad soldier that does not as
pire to be a general.
A woman laughs when she can and
cries when she wishes.
Where God builds a church there
the devil has his chapel.
The greatest king must at last be
put to bed with a shovel.
A dog is wiser than a woman ;
does not bark at his master.
The czar Is generous, but his gen
erosity passes through the ministerial
If you go to war, if you go on a
sea Journey, pray twice; but pray
three times when you are going to be
Even in hell the peasant will have
to serve the landlord, for, while the
latter is boiling in a cauldron, the for
mer will nave to put the wood un under
der under it. r .
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quick relief. Bruises, sprains, strains
and other minor injuries to children
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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.
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throat take a dose of Dr. Benn's Pine
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hacking cough dragging through the
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 20, 1916
II III MF1S PARTY OF f.l
Dr. R. D. Fuller's office phone is
Beautiful roses for 50 cents a doz dozen;
en; dozen; also rose bushes from 15 to 50
cents each. Phone 445. 10-16-6t
14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
Now is the time to let The Book
Shop frame those Christmas pictures
for you. St
Exquisite taste that's the secret
of our success. Affleck Millinery Par
lor, opposite Gerig's Drug Store.
Phone 161. 10-6t
November Ladies' Home Journal on
sale at The Book Shop Friday morn
ing. Get one while they last.
Mr. Fred Cook of Ocala is spending
several days in Jacksonville on
business and pleasure trip combined.
Dr. II. L. Montgomery of Micanopy
was greeting his many friends in the
city yesterday Gainesville Sun.
Willie Turner will be hanged at
noon today in the county jail yard.
Mr. W. F. Malcolm of the Reming Remington
ton Remington Typewriter company is visiting
his Ocala friends. -'
14 Its. 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
Mr. D. C. Stiles will leave Saturday
for a short trip to New York.
Mr. Whitfield Palmer will arrive
home thi3 afternoon from Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. ".
Professor Cassels and Mr. W. T.
Gary will attend the football game in
Mr. J. P. Phillips was called to
Jacksonville last night on account of
the death of his step-mother.
Mr. W. M. Hodgson of Gainesville,
who is traveling Marion and Levy
counties in the interest of a small
electric light plant suitable for farm
ers and others not in position to get
commercial lighting, is in the city
demonstrating his apparatus.
While playing in the street in front
of Dr. Gross' house yesterday after
noon, Theodore, the little son of Mr
and Mrs. F. E. Weihe, was struck by
a passing auto and knocked down. He
wa3 considerably bruised and scratch
ed, but with the exception of being
sore is doing very well today.
A fire drill was given at the pri
mary school this morning. The alarm
was sent in from the central station
and the fire chief was present to see
how it was responded to. In a couple
of minutes, and without confusion, all
the children were out of the building.
Such efficiency is very gratifying to
the parents of the children and the
public in general.
Mr. Ed. Parr and one of his friends
will please call at the" Smith Grocery
company's store and ask for bottled
coca-cola. This will be at the expense
of the Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling
14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
. i hi mmmmm
The O. Kr Grocery display windows
are especially attractive now with
several of the concern's leading
brands of goods. The south window
i3 made up of extracts, consisting of
just twelve flavors. The store carries
thirteen flavors of these goods, but
the decorator, Mr. Howard Clark?
thought thirteen an unlucky number
and refused to put in the thirteenth
item. He claims another reason too
for not displaying the thirteenth one
it is Jamaica ginger and he feared a
run on this particular flavor by
"dopesters," many of whom drink i
as a beverage. ; .-
"Was the public dinner you went to
a success?" "It was the best dinner I
ever attended. Every speaker who
was down for a speech had tonsillitis.
Willis "They say Doctor Bump is
very quick to send a bill." Gillis
"Quick! He is premature. I hap
pened to mention to' him this morning
that I am going to a bachelor supper
tonight." Willis "Yes?" GUlis "And
this afternoon I received a bill for to
morrow morning's services." Judge
Line3 to Be Remembered.
So long as we love we serve; so
long as we are loved by others,
would almost say we are indispensa
ble: and no man is useless while he
has a frier;. Robert Louis Steven
THE LADIES, HOME JOURNAL.
THi: SATURDAY EVENING POST, and
THE COUNTRY, GENTLEMAN wish to
xecure the spare time of a man or wom woman
an woman to act as local representative tn
Ocala and vicinity, looking after the
renewals of their .many subscriptions
in this section, and introducing these
publications to new readers. Payment
will be made in salary and commission.
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'Miss Mary Connor arrived from
Gainesville this afternoon.
Miss Margaret Bell left this after
noon to spend Saturday and part ofi
Sunday at her home near Croora.
Betty Ruth is the name Mr. and J
Mrs. Edgar Finch have given the!
little miss who arrived at their home
Miss Laura Dozier has returned to
her home in this city after spending
three weeks most pleasantly in Ocala,
the guest of her grandfather, Mr. Len
Dozier, and her aunt, Miss Lydia Do
La Dor's Share of the Profit.
Income-tax returns prove that the
well-to-do are earning more money
than ever before. Reports of railroads
and industrial companies show that
they are earning onnhe average larger
profits than they ever earned in the
past. The general advance in wages
all over this country, emphasized by
United States Steel's announcement
of another increase involving $15,000,-
000, proves also that the American
workingman is getting more money In
his pay envelope than was ever put in
t in any previous year. Every com
modity, or at least every essential one,
s higher in price, and so the entire
and has been lifted upon a plane
hitherto untouched. Big profits, big
wages and big prices go hand in hand.
When prices are high commodities ap
pear to be scarce, and when wages are
higher labor is least plentiful. Today J
there is a genuine dearth of labor in
the United States, which contrasts
with endless lines at soup kitchens
and two millions idle a few years ago.
Democratic Right to Bo Proud.
Much has been said of the federal
reserve system as a constructive act
of legislation. But all that has been
said of it in this character as a fact
for peace Is "outdone in what is now
said of it as a fact for war by im
partial observers at a distance .and
speaking in the light of the greatest
cataclysm ever known to the world.
There has been no political maxim
in this country more arrogantly ex
ploited by its formulators than that
the Republican is the" party of con
struction and the Democratic the party
of destruction. But the fact remains
that this greatest act of legislative
construction in over fifty years is the
work of the so-called party of destruc-
tion -a work achieved in the nick of 1
time against the insistent1 neglect of
the so-called party of construction.
Surely a Call for Wilson.
It Is po time to put a demagogue in
the presidential office. It is no time
to put a logomachist there. The hour
la a rude hour. The circumstances of
the situation are realities that will
crush all that is artificial. We want
no artificiality, no humbug. The need
is for naked strength. American man
hood stripped of all shams, the habit
of thought that is sure and silent, as
all strong things
are. Providence 1
Republicans Have No Issue.
The Democrats are enacting a great
constructive program, and dealing with
great problems cautiously and : with
good results as a rule. The people are
realizing that in a critical time like
this it would be hazardous to trust
the Republican party, and there is not
one pledge that they can make in sin
cerity that the people would be Justi
fled in considering seriously.
The Republican party has no issue.
The Only Righteous Man.
We suppose Colonel Roosevelt loves
this country as much as could be ex
pected, considering the number ot
liars, scoundrels and all-round male-
factors ne regaras it to contain.
Easy to See Colonel's Aims.
The colonel declares that the pro protective
tective protective tariff must not, be the Repub
lican Issue. The reason is plain. On
that issue some other man might be
nominated. But of heroism and 'the
nation's soul the colonel has a snug
Country Is Not Complaining.
Of course nothing is ever done right
under a Democratic president, and yet
the country gets along extraordinarily
well. It is better off than any other
country in the world.'
SEABOARD LOuAL SCHEDULE
No. 9Leaves 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
tersburg 8:05 p. m.
aves aampa i p. m.;
ucaia 4:lz p. m.; arrives Jacksonville,
i .m iu.
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives JacK-
SOnVllie 0.40 a. m.
JNo. 4 JLeaves -lampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
. Chameleon Scared Vhite.
Madagascar Js the home of the cha-
meleon. In his Just published book
"A Naturalist in aiadagascar," James
Sibree says the chameleon changes
color for other reasons than adapta-
tion to. its background. He saw nn
that turned perfectly white out of
fright .when seized in the coils of a
snake. When released it resumed Its
ordinary color. The Malagasy call It
ranllaheloka, which means' "naughty
Republican "Leaders" Cannot
Organization Always Has Been With
'Big Business, and the Interests
of the People Have Received
Our neighbor the Tribune, which has
spasms of honest radicalism now and
then has delivered an ultimatum to
the Republican leaders, parts of which
we take pleasure In reprinting, says
the New York World:
'Do those whom a certain fondness
for the obsolete phrase still moves us
to call the leaders of the Republican
party desire to re-elect Woodrow Wil
The thing can be done. In fact, it
can be done with ease and with merely
Incidental campaign activities If only
Penrose, Barnes, Gallinger and a cer
tain number of equally eminent gen gentlemen
tlemen gentlemen turn their entire effort to the
"The Democratic party cannot save
Mr. Wilson, but the Republican party
can save him as easily as it assumed
the responsibility for electing him four
The trouble with the Tribune is that
It does not understand the Republican
party. The Penroses, the Barneses,
the Gallingers and the rest of the old
guard are not f accidental 7 leaders
clothed with a little brief authority.
They are the Republican party. They
represent the things that the Repub
lican party represents. They embody
Its principles, and if they were to re retire,
tire, retire, other Republicans who embody
the same principles would succeed
These men are the links that con
nect the Republican party with the
great financial interests, with the great
corporations, with the tariff monop
olists and with all the elements of
special privilege without which the
Republican party could not survive.
The Republican party is essentially
a property party, and when these men
put property first they are promoting
the true Republican doctrine.
It makes little difference who the
Republican candidate for president is.
his political evironment makes him
the candidate of property. Whether
Hughes or Root or Roosevelt or Bur Burton
ton Burton or ..Harding or Fairbanks or Mc Mc-Call
Call Mc-Call is named at Chicago, he will be
named by the cohesive power of prop
erty, and if elected he will give the
country a property administration. He
could not do otherwise if he would. A
Republican congress is bound to be a
property congress, a Republican ad-
ministration is bound to be a orooertv
No other president ever ranted so
much against property rights as
Roosevelt, and no president was ever
more docile when he was confronted
with a crisis that involved property
- rights. Yet Roosevelt merely followed
the genius of his party, and when he
gave assurances to Wall street that
the administration will not run
amuck," he was only announcing that
the Republican party controlled the
The Tribune cannot expect the Re-
puoucan party to do anytning Dut me
Republican party. When a political
party has championed property year
In and year out, it cannot change Its
habits if it would. : Nor is there any
real desire in the Republican party for
a change. Every Republican leader
knows that the one chance of Republi
can success next fall lies In a massed
attack of the great property interests
on the Wilson administration. With
out the support of Wall street, of the
stock exchange, of the banks, of the
railroads, of the predatory tariff, cor
porations, of big business, of steel, oil
and the like, it would not be worth
"while to hold a Republican national
convention and nominate a candidate.
The Tribune must take the Republi
can party as it is. When it assails the
character of the leadership of the par-
it Is assailing everything that
makes Republicanism Republican.
President, Not Public, Must Act.
Frequently announcements have
been sent from Washington to the ef
fect that President Wilson Is dis
pleased with certain stories purporting
to define his attitude regarding men or
policies. Yet, more frequently, the un
challenged assertion goes forth that
the president will not adopt certain
obvious policies until a pronounced
public demand for them is manifest.
We have yet to hear of any reproof
from the While House for the authors
of this latter class of stories. But
surely they.re inaccurate. The first
Democratic president Inaugurated
since 1896 does not regard himself as.
subject to the Initiative, referendum
and recall. He does not consider him
self a messenger, commissioned to
carry out what might have been the
will of the people four years ago, with
out regard to -changed conditions.
The Democratic party is immeasur
ably better off than the x. Republican
party. Mr. Wilson is not only the
ablest of living Democrats and the
greatest Democratic leader, but the
haye you noticed how the Colonel
ato at fh nrAsMpnffnl nrimsHai tiA
used to boost so hardf
Nine persons out of every ten who
suffer with their feet, do not need a
longitudinal arch ; support but an an
terior metatarsal. Go to the man who
has studied the anatomy of the foot I
three years and get "lief. Full line
of School's foot appliances. "The
Man Who Knows." Little's Shoe Par-
lor. 7. 27-tf
Seed oats, seed 'rye ana rape seed,
for fan planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
A GAME OF BLUFF
By HOPE A1NSL1E.
Bruce Fleming idly scanned the
want column as he waited for his
Uncle Robert to finish dictating so
they could give Bruce's new roadster
a trial spin to the Country club. As
he read an advertisement a second
time, he sat for a moment with his
gray eyes looking thoughtfully ahead.
Then he chuckled softly, and sang,
'She's the Lass for Me," just as his
uncle came from a private office, cap
and light overcoat In hand.
"Who's the lass this time?" asked
his. uncle. ... r--;-
'Miss Lctltia B. Addington of Add-
ingtonia," read Bruce, referring to the
advertisement. "Do you happen to
'Yes, I do, but as she Is old enough
to be your grandmother, I can't quite
see her as the lass for you."
'But Tm going to be her landscape
gardener, not her gallant lover. Unci
Bob. Just hear her plea: 'Wanted, a
landscape gardener to advise and in instruct,
struct, instruct, for reasonable compensation,
about municipal and private gardens
in conservative town cf five thou
sand But tell me how did you come
to know the lady?"
'Used to hold court in Addingtonia
when I was on the judicial circuit, and
that woman owned half the town and
was close as the bark on a tree."
"Well, if she is going in for mu
nicipal gardens at her own expense,
she must have had a change of heart,"
ventured Bruce. A I
"She must have lost her mind,
When Bruce left the house the next
day he remembered that it was Friday
and that the regular directors' meet meeting
ing meeting had been postponed until Monday.
That left nothing of great importance
awaiting him at the office, and as he
slipped into his snug seat in his shiny
new roadster, he deliberately turned
his car from a downtown direction
and shot out toward the wood beyond
the City park. The farther he went
the more he thought he would like to
take the 80-mile run to Addingtonia,
and make a bluff at qualifying for a
landscape gardener for the ancient
Udy. Consequently, a little after
noon, his shiny green roadster,
dimmed by the dust, slipped smoothly
along the shady streets of Addingtonia
and a street corner loafer readily an
swered his inquiry about the location
of Miss Addington s place.
In answer to his knock, the door
was opened by a diminutive woman in
ft gown of vast dimensions, a regular
hoop-skirt affair with flounces and
Dolly Vard en designs which became a
confused blur in the dim light of the
broad hall. But the incongruity of an
1860 ball gown worn as a morning
house gown in 1916 made him recall
his uncle's suggestion that Miss Add-
ington had probably lost her mind.
She sat in a Mark corner of the
drawing room and Bruse couldn't
make out enough of her face to tell
whether' she looked sane.
In desperation, Bruce began to talk
of the garden plan he had evolved as
he came in. Miss Addington sat on
the edge of her chair and nodded af
firmatively more than once, but did
not speak. He felt stifled thus shut
ap in the darkened drawing room with
the mysterious woman, and suggested
that they, inspect the grounds. The
lady rose In .silence and rustled out In
to the hall where, she snatched up a
huge poke bonnet and quickly put it
on, pulling it so far down that when
.walking beside her Bruce could not
see even the tip of her nose.
But the spell of the quaint old place
was on him, and he began really to en
thuse about the possibilities of the
grounds. To his amazement, the lady
responded with a like, enthusiasm, and
in a voice of wondrous sweetness. She
even withdrew her hands from the ca
pacious folds of her gown and flung
them wide. As she did so, Bruce's
eyes went wide with wonder, for the
hands were soft and plump and white,
with pinkish, oval nails.
Puzzled at his silence, the lady gave
the big bonnet a backward push, and
turned her face directly up toward his.
The climax of his amazement came
when. he saw, within that old bonnet a
lovely, girlish face, lighted with starry
brown eyes and framed with brown
"Of course, HI have to explain now,"
she said, with a defiant toss of her head
and a twinkle In her eyes. "You see, I
slipped on one of dear Aunt Letitia's
gowns Just for comparison with the
new styles. You clicked the old knock knocker
er knocker just as I ; passed the door, so I
thought it would be fun to go on-and
make believe I was a real antebellum
lady. But I've made a sad failure."
."You succeeded admirably until you
let me see those hands," Bruce reas reassured
sured reassured her.
"Poor Aunt Letitia died three
months ago and left me this lovely old
place with the request that I give to
it and to the town some of the bright brightness
ness brightness she might have given them."
"But, really," confessed Bruce, Tm
only a bluffer myself not a real land landscape
scape landscape gardener at all." And he pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to explain his presence there.
: "So we're both fakers, are we? But
We've already found that we have the
same ideas about gardens, and a pro professional
fessional professional would probably stifle every
suggestion Td make, so. why not bluff
it out together after all?"
Bruce looked his delight at the sug suggestion,
gestion, suggestion, and l it proved to be an in instance
stance instance In which the bluff worked satis satisfactorily
factorily satisfactorily for all concerned.
(Copyright, 191, by the McCiue Newspa Newspaper
per Newspaper Syndicate.)
WHEN YOU TAKE COLD
With the average man a cold is a
serious matter and should not be
trifled with, as some of the most dan dangerous
gerous dangerous diseases start with a common
cold. Take 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.
TT HAVE the following used cars at big bar bar-L
L bar-L gains.
One 1916 Maxwell Touring
inese cars are iuiiy equipped ana are in
Sober and Industrious.
"Mandy, is your husband sober and
industrious?" "Yes, ma'am, he shore
ly is. When he's sober dere ain't a
man In de world will work harder fo'
de price of a drink dan he will." De
troit Free Press. r
A CLOGGED SYSTEM
MUST BE CLEARED
You will find Dr. King's New Life
Pills a gentle yet effective laxative
for removing impurities from the
system. Accumulated waste poisons
the blood; dizziness, biliousness .and
pimply, muddy complexion are the
distressing effects. A dose of Dr.
King s New Life Pills tonight, will as assure
sure assure you free, full bowel movement
in the morning. At yur drug druggist,'
gist,' druggist,' 25c. '
- ; : -' : '
Killing an Odor.
How often an 111 person Is made m
comfortable by odors from other parts
of the house getting into the'sickroom.
Sometimes when the room is near
the kitchen the smells are unbearable.
By pouring a few drops of oil of lav lavender
ender lavender into a glass of very hot water
the air : of the room can be cleared
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye. Ear. Nose and
Threat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
" We are now making 5, 6 and 10 cent
loaves of bread, and advise the use of
the latter size. Carter's Bakery, tf
OCALA FRATERI1AL ORDERS
CHAPTliP NO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular ooii vocations of the Ocala
Chapter No, 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every moalh at
8 p. m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown, Sec'y,
WOODMK OF1 THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. liall at 7:30 p. xn, every
second nnd fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns axe always' welcome.
" J. G. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
IttlUOA-DUXa" aiASOHIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 1 F. 3
A. M., meets on the first and thirft
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
E. C. Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown? Secretary. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. ZS5, B. P. O. E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
aud Protectlre Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tkiesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcomo. Club house
opposite postofflce, east side.
R. S. Rogers, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
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. R.
Lena Tompkins. M E. C
ORDER OF EASTERN fcTAB
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S,
meets at Yonge'a hall the second and
fourth fhursday evenings of each
month at 7 SO o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtle G. Kramer, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian eimmofis. Secy.
KNIGHTS OF I'YTHIAJS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Coaveatlcm
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. t
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to pla plaiting
iting plaiting brothers. G. A. Nash, C. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R. 8. A
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O.-P,
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. IL Pillans, Secretary.
Touring Car.. $225.00
Touring Car ; $250.00
Buick, 4-Passenger Car
' o 1 1
Clycte SfteamsMp Co
Jacksonville and New Yorlc
Calling at Charleston, S.C
TOE FINEST COASTWISE VESSELS AFLOAT
. ? FARES, Including All Expenses
vrite for schedule and furthe
H. G. VVEHZEL, Tlorida Passongcr Aocnt
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib crty St, Jacksonville, Florida.
The Tire Blan v--1
r- Service car always ready for tire
If a-ouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Hres and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled. ;
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. xn.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. xn.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
. No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St, Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
No. 39, Jacksonville to St, Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 150, WUcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. xn.
. No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.
HOW CATARRH IS CONTRACTED
Mothers are sometimes so thought thoughtless
less thoughtless as to neglect the cold3 which their
children contract,- The inflammation
of the mucous membrane, at first
acute, becomes chronic and the child
has chronic catarrh, a disease that is
seldom cured and that may, prove a
life's burden. Many persons who
have this Iothsome disease will re remember
member remember having had frequent colds at
the time it was contracted. A little
forethought, a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy judiciously -used, and
all this trouble might have been avoid avoided.
ed. avoided. Obtainable everywhere.
Reason for Old Jokes.
"Why are there so many old jokes
on the stage?" "Oh, they go good.
That is due to the feeling of superi superiority
ority superiority produced by the fact that you
know the answer, while the actor gink
who is being told the joke apparently
does not."- Kansas City Journal.
Jessie "Please, auntie, the new
lady next door says, her compliments,
and will you play very low, because
her husband is extremely musical."
1st Cabin Excursion 2d Cabin St'rtige
........$24.90 $43.30 $19.00 $12.50
8.00 12.00 6.00 4.00
CITV REGISTRATIOX BOOKS
Notice is hereby given that 4he city
council at a meeting tield on the 17tti
lay of Oetober, A. X. 1916, revised the
registration 4ooks of the city and the
following names stricken therefrom:
Anthony, P. O. Knig-ht, S. A.
Blalock, lr. U F. Lamar, J. W.
Bliteh, Geo. J. Luckie, W. T.
Bout we II, G. P. Peter, E. IL
Harley, Lw W. Rlchey, V. D.
Huntsman, R. O. Smoak, "VV. C.
Johnson, J. E,. strong-, L-
Kline, Jake Weaver, Dr. R. T,
Keatingr, IL U
Bobbltt, A. IL Knisht. J. C.
Bullock, Julian R." Konow, V. A.
Bullock, W. S. Jr.
Koonce, IL U.
Bullock, H S.
Burge, W. B.
Carlisle, J. B. Jr.
Campbell, J. A.
Clark. A. a.
B-od&e, W. H.
Vmdaon, TY. IL
Dorr, Jr. X.
Dekle, J. IL
Puller, W. H.
Goddard, O. P.
Ooddard, J. IS.
Giles, J. J.
Geise, X. C
Kreger. C TL
Iansford, A. M.
Landers, C, O.
Luckie. T. C.
Luckle, J. M.
Mathews, C. IL
Mershon, Geo. P
.McGinn is. D. U.
Nelson, C. JtL
I'erry, Vr. 4.
Raysor, J. C.
Itaysor, L. M.
Haysor, B. J3.
Whitworth. V'. 13.
Wing, A. M.
" Ward Three
Bailey, C. C.
Boland, J. W.
Busier, D. E.
Caruthers, IL A.
Dusky, A. M.
Duke, B. F.
Felder, P. IL
Goodyear, P. D.
Gibson, L. if.
Munroe, C. C.Mitchell,
Mitchell, C.Mitchell, G. W.
Martin, J. E.
Marsh, J, K.
McCranle, C. V.
Parriis. D. R.
Turner, A. B,
Bangs, W. N. Lanson, O. V.
Blanchard, W. C Martin, S. H.
Blair, Curtis l Modes, George
Bliteh, G.--JL Moore, W. C.
Bug-bee, W. ML Slurry, J.
Blocher, Andrew Mclnto&h, J. W
Cook, IL IL iMcLean, W. L.
Cleveland, Wilbur Norman, David
Dodgre. J. W.
Proctor, E. L.
Dodson, M. F.
Dinkina, C. A.
Engesser, J. 8.
Gregory, L. O.
Hooker, W. W.
Hane, W. L.
Jones, IL C.
Jarvis. IL E.
James, A. M.
Joyner, A. P.
Parker, M. -Ferry,
liooinson, W. IL
Scandrett, C. A.
Shurtleff, J. R.
Washburn, P. A.
"Washburn, G. D.
Williams, C. D.
Whittinjjton. IL W.
Weaver, C. J.
The eouncil will hear complaints tor
the restoration of names stricken at
7:30 o'clock p. -m. November 21, 1918.
All parties desiring to register rear
do so from this date until the second
isaturday ii November at th office- ot
tne city ljrk. H. C. SISTItUXK.
City Clerk and Ex-Officio Supervisor of
Registration of the City of Ocala.
,Try. -Bouquet Dozlra perfume, f 2
per ounce, at Gerig's. tf
All kinds of seed for fall crdca
now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.
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