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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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Porter & Harding
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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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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST

OCALA, FLOBIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1916
Fair tonight and Thursday.
VOL. 22 NO. 36

Six Americans On Board the Marina Went

Down With the Ship
STATE DEPirtir IS INVESTIGATING ffl III PROBABLY DEPORT THAT THEY COMMITTED

London, Nov. 1. Consul' Frost at
Queenstown telegraphed the names of
Hve Americans lost when the Marina
. was sunk to the American embassy
here. All were lost when the lifeboats
were launched. Affidavits made by
American survivors agreed that the
Marina was torpedoed and was not
shelled.
INVESTIGATION WILL BE MADE
Washington, D." C., Nov. 1. Secre
tary Lansing authorized the state
mem, louay xnai tne political cam
paign now in progress would not af
feet an investigation of recent sub
marine attacks and that there has
been no change in the American gov
ernment's policy. He said that no de decisive
cisive decisive action would be taken in the
Marina and Rowanmore cases until
Germany hay replied to an inquiry for
her version of the attacks.
It was said the American embassy
at Berlin was instructed to ask for an
investigation, not an explanation.
German Ambassador Bernstorff has
asked his. government to wireless him
all available details of the sinking4 of
the Marina at once.
SIX AMERICANS WENT DOWN
WITH THE SHIP
London, Nov. 1. Six Americans
were killed in the sinking of the Brit
ish steamer Marina, according to
telegram received by American Consul
Frost at Queenstown. The, telegram
said that fifty-one Americans had
been saved from the members of the
crew. The Americans reported killed
were two by the name of Brown, one
named Middleton, one named Robert
son and two named Thomas. Miller
and Davis were said to have been in
jured. .;, .
COULDN'T USE THE CANNON
London, Nov.; 1. Affidavits made
by American survivors of the Marina
said jthe vessel had a small gun astern,
but couldn't use it as the submarine
attacked without warning.
LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, Nov. 1. Mrs. R. L.
Martin arrived Saturday evening
from her summer trip of four months
spent in Louisville, Ky., Nashville,
.Tenn., and Jacksonville, where she has
been visiting relatives and friends.
Rev. Wilhan Weaver with his family
arived last week from Tennessee to
spent the winter on the lake, and are
pleasantly located is one of the Henry
cottages.
The friends of Miss Myrtice Camp
are glad to know she has returned to
the lake after having spent two
months in Atlanta and other points in
Georgia. '. r
. Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rogers of Lynne
are making a short visit to Dr. and
Mrs. II. W. Henry. v :
Mr. and Mrs. Aden Morrison of Sa
vannah, Ga., are spending several
weeks with Mr. William McGahagin
and other relatives at Oklawaha.
, The spooks "walked and the "hants"
levealed themselves at the home of
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Mann Tuesday
night. Woodie Yongue was master of
ceremonies, leading all the games and
dances until the wee small hours ap
proached and the time of departure
drew near,' Woodie said, "Mr. Mann,
r wish you would open a new road, it
very dark through that woods."
Dr. II. W. Henry i s turning his
; ock ranch into a poultry farm and
several hundred pure bred White
' thorns, and hopes to increase the
'.. 'r.ber to 1500 or 2000 within the
xt year. Mr. Joyner wilK have
.' -irge of the farm and will move into
: e of the doctor's cottages Dec. 1st.
t remains to be seen whether this
i is going to benefit the neighbor neighbored
ed neighbored or not, as the writer came out of
li'rch last Sunday with a white
i -t?er on her hat fresh from Mont-
.-ry "VTan but all the same was
w with a close inspection with eye-
J:

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SUICIDE

(Associated Press)
MMUN1CATI0NS
Seems Like Villa's Men. Have Com
pletely Surrounded Chi Chi--
- Chi-- huahua City
(Associated Press)
El Paso, Nov. 1. Railroad and tel.
egraph communications between Chi-
huahua City and the oorder have
been interrupted and the city Is now
isolated.
TRAGEDY AT TRENTOfJ
Duel in the Little Alachua Town Re
sults in One Man Dead and
, Another Dying
GainPsvillP. 'lsw i a
le, Nov. 1. A
the Sun from Trenton says
it oucuai w
-
' EL C. Smart was shot and killed and
J. L. McDonald is apparently in a dy
ing condition as the result of a pistol
duel which occurred on the streets of
lrenton Tuesday afternoon about I
2:30 o'clock. The tragedy occurred I
in front of Lancaster's drug store on
the mam street of the little town.
It is alleged that McDonald's 17-

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year-old daughter had some disagree- of October 25th addressed to me, by
ment with her mother Thursday of Hon. T. F. West, attorney general, he
last week and went first to Newberry, declared his support of all the demo demo-and
and demo-and thence to Valdosta. It is said cratic nominees in this election, which

that Smart left on Saturday and

joined the young lady. Miss McDonald tne newspapers of this state. The let let-returned
returned let-returned to Trenton Monday after- ter of Mr. West was in reply to a let-

noon and Smart returned Tuesday af-1
ternoon. Smart was walking up the
main street of the town when McDon-
aid approached and commenced firing,
the first shot taking effect" in Smart's
back. It is alleged that Smart wheel-1
ed around, drew his gun and shot. I
About this time the men c clinched. I
McDonald received two wounds, one
m the stomach and the other between
the eyes and at a late hour last night
was said to be in a dying condition. 1
Smart was shot in the back, in the!
stomach, m the chest and in the head
and lived only about fifteen minutes,
The tragedy is a sad one and has
cast a gloom over the whole town. Mr.
McDonald is a traveling man and has
a wife and three daughters. Smart
is said to have lefti a wife and two
Children m his home town of Palatka.
Smart had been working in Trenton
for about five weeks.
brows knit and a hiss, "Where did you
get that feather"? If you happen to
oc o icauier in lor dinner VOU
must go to the trouble of crematine
every feather. And if you are seen
practicing climbing a six-foot wire
fence, you are flatly told you are not
like Caesar's wife. However. ffpr
the election of Mr. Wilson we expect
an invitation to a chicken trillan on
Dr. Henry's beach as there is a sign
up: "Boys and girls, nlease take the 1
- 6
roosters and leave the Dullets
Mr. and Ms. John T. Lewis nrf
. I
Capt. J. B. Martin spent several days
tne past week in Jacksonville.
Mr. F. M. Brooks has the lumber on
the Erround to remodpf arA mm.
Kunkle place, which he recently pur-
chased and will occuov it as soon as it
is habitable as his permanent home.
And you may be sure he and family
win beautify both ,, the house and
v ... -' -w -mvmwv I
grounds until it will be a bright spot
cn the landscape and an ornament to
the lake. Every piece of pronertv Mr.
Brooks has purchased on the lake has
blossomed out until you would scarce
ly recognize it in a year or two, illus-
iraimg wnat enterprise and money
A l 1 a I
wm ao to ouua up old groves. I

I I i! li fill il fU H M n v l K Lii U i

CYCLONE MfTCHFLL
WILL SPEAK
Independent Candidate for Governor
WTill Address People of Ocala
this Evening
The Star has received the following
telegram from "Cyclone" Mitchell of
st.? Petersburg, independent candi
date for governor:
Tampa, Nov. l.I will speak in
Ocala tonight. Cyclone Mitchell.
SWINGING ROUND THE CIRCLE
President Woodrow Wilson is Abroad
on his Final Campaign
' Trip,
(Associated Press)
Buffalo, N. Y., Nov. 1. President
Wilson arrived here today on his final
uuui. xue president shook
u-.j. J j. -.. .. .
u"u win wuwus at iiiteen stops r
SETTING THE
RECORD STRAIGHT
headquarters Democratic Executive
' Committee, Jacksonville, Fla.
. -' October 31, 1916.
Editor Star: By letter bearing date
wtter has recently been published in
ter written by the democratic cam-
P1 committee to him, specifically
requesting that he declare himself
Wlth respect to Wilson, Knott and
TayIor and all democratic candidates.
Subsequently, Mr. West published
a tftegram in the Palm Beach post, in
wnicn ne complained of some staU-
ment niade by Mr."B. M. Turner, and
Jwmcn might indicate that his letter to
me above referred to was not genuine.
1 01,37 1 wired .Mr, West as follows:
"Hon- T. F. West, Tallahassee, Fla.
Prement. with respect to yourself
tendering services to this committee
and t which you object by published
'elegram in Palm Beach Post oriei-
nally came from Tallahassee corres-
Pndent direct to Times-Union and
was first information we had that you
nad written your letter of twentv-
fiftn instant to me. In fairness to this
committee and to myself personally I
request that you wire me that your
letter to me as published in Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union and other papers last week is a
full, true and correct copy of letter
-..wt, "vH Wi icucr
uacea ucu 1916 and signed by
you. Geo. P. Raney. Chairman
In reply I received the followinff
Ptfr0m, Mr West to-wit:
lion. Oeo. P. Raney, Chairman.
Jacksonville, Fla. Your wire. Mv
letter to you as chairman democratic
executive committee of 25th correctly
Idfaoa A J -' J- ...
"IJf ana copy published
is correct copy oi letter, but I do not
lS m. J. urner as democratic
.- TT -m mr mmm
executiye committee, and matter sent
iiJO Ktier oi m instant to i'aim
.cft Fost outlining program for me
nout consulting me so far as it re
la.ted to me .1TOS unauthorized and I so
imxeA rn. Suggest you see his letter
and all copy sent by him. T. F. West."
These telegrams, together with Mr.
West's letter, endorsing nil
- .
Cra nominees are self-explanatory.
ieo. v. Kaney.
. NOW READY
White Bermuda onion slants 2fV.
per 100, $1 per 1000. Bitting & Co.,
Ocala, Fla. Sl-12t

I P

1,1 fflUJQ HAVE AGAII1
THE ATLANTIC

(Associated Press)

. New London, Nov. 1. The German
merchant submarine Deutschiand, ar arriving
riving arriving here this morning from Bre Bremen,
men, Bremen, carried a cargo of 750 tons of
dyestuffs, medicines arid chemicals.
The voyage of the Deutschiand which
was made in twenty-one days, was de declared
clared declared uneventful.- Preparations have
been made to unload the vessel as
soon as4 permission is granted.
Captain Koenig, commander of the
Deutschiand, and Captain Hinsch of
the Eastern Forwarding company,
were uncommunicative about the trip.
They promised to see newspaper men
later. Crowds thronged the dock, but
were unable to see the Deutschiand
VESSEL CLOSELY GUARDED
New London, Nov. 1. The German
merchant, submarine .Deutschiand,
which arrived here this morning, is
being elaborately guarded. Guards
from the German steamer Willehad
and detectives kept visitors away
from the vessel's vicinity. The Wilie
had is used as protection on one side,
with a floating fence, the pier and
river, bank oh the others. Wires con connected
nected connected with an electric gong in the
office are stretched between the piling
under the pier.
STAYED MOSTLY ON THE SUR-
- FACE : ' v
The Captain of the Deutschiand
brought a letter to the German am ambassador,
bassador, ambassador, Count Von Bernstorff. The
Deutschiand was submerged for onlv
120 miles near the British coast, mak
nk the rest of the passage on the sur-
MAY CARRY MAILS
wasnington, jnov. l. The postomce
department announced it was prepar prepared
ed prepared to accept the proposal of the Gef-
man ambassador that merchant sub-
marines transport mails between the
United States and Germany.
COPELAND CLEARED
Tried for the Murder of William
Black, Anti-Catholic Lecturer
at Marshall, Texas
(Associated Press)
Galveston, Nov. 1. John Copeland
who has been on trial here on the
charge of murdering William- Black,
an anti-Catholic lecturer, was ac acquitted
quitted acquitted by the jury. Black was killed
at Marshall, Texas, in February 1915.
PASTOR RUSSELL"
Canadian, Tex., Nov. 1. Charles
Tazer Russell, the independent minis minister,
ter, minister, who was widely" known as "Pas "Pastor
tor "Pastor Russell," died aboard a Santa Fe
train at Pampa, Texas, late yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. His death is attributed to heart
disease;. He was en route from Los
Angeles to New York. His body was
taken to Kansas City on the train on
which he died. Rev Russell 'was
president of the International Bible
Students Association of London and
was an author as well,
years old.
He was 63
SOCIALIST TICKET
Following is the ticket nominated
by the socialists to be voted at the
election next Tuesday: v v
Presidential Electors: Franklin
Pimbley, J. H. Lastinger, Fred A.
Coles, W. W. Gordon, F. W. Cotton,
Henry Dalloz.
For governor: C. C. Allen.
Attorney General: Admer D. Miller.
Comptroller: Angelo Leto.
Treasurer: Carl Harter.
Railroad Commissioner: Charles F.
Schneider."
Justice of the Supreme Court: Jo Joseph
seph Joseph I. Granger.
U. S. Senator: R. L. Goodwin.
Congress, 1st District: Frank L.
Sullivan.
Congress 4th District: A. N. Jack Jackson.
son. Jackson. Homemade and baker's bread 5
cents a loaf at Carter's Bakery. Ask
for CARTER'S. tf
Insist on having Carter's Delicious
Cake (five flavors) 10 cents. tf

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OBSERVED HSLLOrE'EII
Compared with Former Occasions
Tuesday Night's Celebration
was Somewhat Quiet
'As time passes there is less interest
manifested in Hallowe'en. In contrast
to this fact there is more precaution
taken against .the ; pranKs the boys
' r J
.-
Keneraiiy piay. i esterflay atternoon
.i ij l Jj
many people could be seen depositing
their gates in safe places, and rid-
11
ding their norche's of evervthW mov.
able, chairs, flower nots. etc. The no-
lice force was increased considerablv.
and men were placed in all parts of
town to see that no private propertv
was destroved Another tTiino- their-

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. ; vmv..
have moved their residence from this
city, while others are on the plains of
Texas.
As was seen this mnmincr snn.0 f
our artists made, their rounds: and
some of the drawing were as follows?:
A splendid portrait of A. E. Gerig
next to the "Specialty Shop"; a pol
itician on the Anderson Pharmacy; a i
cat with his back all ruffled up and a
knot in his tail, with an appropriate
penning affixed, on tJie Book Shop: a j
likeness of Dr. Carlisle around the
eyes in front of his store, and pictures
of Jews on the different Hebrew
places in the town.
One crowd procured thirty-seven
gates and after carrying them as far
as they wished, deposited them. An
other thing the boys did, was to move
he sign of Green, th colored barber,
around in front of Percy Perkins'
- a
place. The only other sign that we
have record of them" carrying off, was
the one at' the Seaboard dining room.
The proprietor became very wrathy
over the prank played on him. The
1 1 m m :
Doys aiso set a hacic across the side-
waiic on JNortn Magnolia street.
services were going on in a colored
cy . . .
cnurcn, ana tne Doys broke the meet-
ing up oy ringing the bell. The col-
""" uiougnt nanowe en ghosts
naa gotten them sure enough,
Some of the anonymous inscriptions
on ite winaows were as follows:
ocar orace: we print the Star .to
aavertise Maxwells. We teach our
3 j -mm-
printers to nx autos.
xuciors omce: ume m alive, go
OUt aeaa.
. 1
uas omce: Wanted a man to ran
our gas. 1
Bostick Millinery: We don't make
over 500 per cent profit.
Gounts Grocery: Business is rush rushing
ing rushing by the door.
O. K. Grocery: Boarding house for
cars; ask old man Clark.
Marsh's Market: Fresh sausage ev
ery day. We buy cats and dogs.
Harrington Hall: Rooming house,
especially for bedbugs.
H. H. Barber Shop: Insure your
nose, we're liable to cut it off.

regular leaders were not here. SnmiUnear .J-esDoeuis, on the bomme front,

Uid H. H. Lunch Room: Auction always broke,
sale of bankrupt stock Tuesday. Commercial Bank: Capital, one
- Savage & Murray: Second hand scent scent-Maxwells
Maxwells scent-Maxwells taken in exchange. Masters Grocery" Store: Our bread
Osborn's: Gasoline insurance. Will got fresh, so we beat ; it up. Poor
open Christmas morning. bread!
Troxler's : Lost, strayed or stolen Masters' Dry Goods Store : New
a' nickle. $6 reward for finder. The kids just arrived; they're undressed,
first nickle taken in is on exhibition in Bars-am House: Snecial sale.' ad-

back. v
The Book Shop: (Picture of cat with
knot in tail). Knott in the Catt's tail.
Old Anderson Pharmacy: If you
want to get beat up, vote for the other
fellow. ;
M. & C. Bank: Brotherhood of pro-
tected safe robbers. Undertaking par-

lors we bury your money. Hayes & Guynn: Hay and grain for
A.E. Gerig: Portrait of Albert sale. Rotten shoes.
Gerig in native costume. T; Mclver & MacKay: Stop here for
Burnett's: We sell diamonds, but junk. Fish and oysters in season,
we ain't no Jew. Fishel's: The greatest in the age.
Waterman's: If your clothes are too Everything on sale, 10c.
large for you, eat at the Empire Cafe Carn-Thomas: Fresh salt and rot rot-and
and rot-and get "fat." ten eggs for sale.
Rexall store: Buy our pills and get Smith Grocery: Fresh candy, only
premiums. Vote for Catts for gov- ten months old.

ernor.
Condon's: Side show attraction,
Reo," the largest man in captivity.
O. H. Lunch Room:. Horse feed for
Sale. :, ;
Court Pharmacy: Melin's marriage J

Both Sides Successful on Tran-

sylvanian Border

FRENCH AND BRITISH MADE
III Oil

(Associated Press)

Important successes for the Teu
tonic and Kumanian armies on the
Rumanian-Transylvanian border are
claimed in today's dispatches. Berlin
announced the capture of Rumanian
nositions WPst. of tht TrorT-l mnA
I X v A VWVl. WV
f m x
irether with nronrpss fnr tha Tontnre
1 X O- w-.w w waau
,.1,, .
southeast of Rothenthurm pass. Ru
.
maman success is reported in an un
pmciai Bucharest dispatch to Rome.
cernn announced tnat nve Kussian
attacKS on German positions along
the Narayuvka river in Galicia were
p
ihc French reported an advance
.- ..
last nignt and the repulse -of German
a c s at iailly-Saillisel. -
-Berlin recorded the failure of Brit-
ish .attacks between Lesboeufs and
GueYdecourt and at Courcelette.
" Ane rrmsn nave capturea JtJaKakll-
Azuma, on the Struma front in Mace
donia, Paris announced.
AMERICANS KILLED
Paris, Nov.. 1. Two American avia
tors were killed near Nancy, accord-
lnS to a dispatch from that city,' No
details were given. The Matin said
i their machine
capsized during a
I flight.
A RUMANIAN VICTORY
London, Nov. 1. The Rumanians
have driven the- Austro-Germans
across the frontier from the vicinity
t S
of Campulung, Northern Rumania; ac
cording to a Bucharest dispatch, said
a wireless from Rome. Four Teutonic
battalions were annihilated, said the
report.
agency. One findim? most hairs in iVa
cream gets a free trin to heaven.
I ... .
Western Union: TpI e cram in af. r-
ceived Be a patriot and steal H. D
Stokes' gate
. Rheinauer's Men's Store: We sell
non-skid B. V. D's. Get in vour cants
at the top. don't trv to crawl un the
leg.
Rheinauer's: Don't' hnv
clothes;
I
live with the fishes.
Sid WhaW Ad
I " J V w w W b..Ac. AllVli
Do as I did. save 90c. of vour first
MnTlnr
I
WoiWo RnPcon unotnn, a
Smashem."
Helvenston's': All vote for Catts.
Nash's: If the citizens of Ocala dis
like me, let them find another "Bull"
artist.'- ;"' -1 ;- ; :
McCrorey's: We now sell Maxwell
parts. ::::
Marion Hardware: We sell slow
doses for raving mother-in-laws.
Perkins' Barbershop: Green the
Barber.
An ti -Monopoly: We keep our money
next door. That's the reason we are
varice on junk. Oh, Jake! Borrow a
tire and save ours.
The Globe: B. Goldman's annex.
Pawn Shop: Where, is the Ford?
Cocktails and soft drinks for sale.
Seed Store: Saloon; liquor for sale.
Frank's: Livery stable inside; we
shoe you while you wait.
Oral NTat
Abstract Office: Titles for muck
land procured here.
Knight & Lansr: Undertaking nar-
...-flora fnr rats Hn n-nA oViiVans Alt
you Bingville police force.

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SLIGHT ADVANCES AND TEUTOJIS
EASTERN FflOflT
?
Another Excellent Home
Started in a Marion County
Town
The bumper corn crop of the past
few years in. Marion county has put
business people to thinking of the
vast possibilities and also the proba probabilities
bilities probabilities in the grinding of corn for the
market.
The latest concern to enter actively
in the milling business is a new com
pany just formed at Sparr under the
above name, and Mr. F. L. Grantham,
one of the members of the firm is in
the city today to close a deal for a 15-
horsepower oil engine and grist mill.
which they will erect at once. The
Spafr Milling and Ginning company is
composed of Messrs. F. L. Grantham,
A. J. Stevens and D. O. Rik pr.
The company expects by next fall
to have in operation several gins at
its Sparr plant. : Whether they will
be for long or short staple cotton de
pends upon which one the farmers
throughout the county devote their
attention to.
The gentlemen composing the com
pany are all business men of known
ability and the fact that they have
branched forth in this line further
demonstrates that they mean to keep
. .....
"gnt up with the procession as Mar
ion county, farming advances each
season. Present nrosDeets flrfl that
ho the corn crop this year has been
a large one, next year's crop will be
fa in excess of it. The same also an-
plies to the cotton acreage in every
section of the county.
TEUTONS ADVANCED
Petrograd, Nov. 1. The Teutons
have occupied the villages of Eaoo-
vitza and Titechti, south of Rothen Rothen-thurn
thurn Rothen-thurn pass, said the war office.
TICK TICKS
The cattle tick lives on the outside,
but gets its living from the inside.
If the cattle ticks blew as hard as
hey suck, tick infested cattle would
ook like balloons.
A tick-infested steer weighing 730
pounds was freed from cattle ticks
by dipping. In two months, with the
same kind of feed, it. gained 285
pounds. The owner was then feeding
the steer instead of the ticks.
Ticks reduce the -value of hides.
Hides that have been punctured by
ticks are usually graded at No. 4 qual quality,
ity, quality, while the same hides if free from
ticks would grade as No. 2. This de depreciation
preciation depreciation averages about $1.25
hide.
A dairyman in a heavily infested
territory dipped hi3 herd of. 42 cat cattle.
tle. cattle. One week after dipping the cows"
gave 10 gallons, of milk a day more
than before. The milk sold for So
cents a gallon, $3.50 more per day
from, his herd. He had begun to feed
the cows instead of the ticks.
Nine hundred and thirty-three coun
ties were under quarantine on July 1,
ivvb, because of the cattle tick. Bv
Sept. 1, 1916," the use of arsenieal
dipping vats had cleaned the tick
from 396 counties and 31 parts of
counties.
The first federal appropriation for
the eradication of tick fever was
$82,500 made available July 1, 190C.
This appropriation has been increased
from time to time, until $632,400 of
federal funds is made available for
the fiscal year ending June 30, 1917.
Genuine BUTTERNUT BREAD
''made in Ocala" by Carter'3 Bakery,
at 10 cents a loaf. Innst upon hav having
ing having Carter's. tf

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PUBLISHED EVERY D AY EXCEPT SUNDAI
niwwriCB CARROLU PBOPRISTOBI

R. H. Carroll. General Port V. LeTood, Bi1e HMt(
J. H. Beimia, Editor-
Entered at Ocala, Fla.. potofflee a second clau mattw.
iTtntraiPTIOX RATES

FreUa)

$5.00 One year. In advance......
2.60 Six month. In advance 4-
1.26 Three months. In advance
, 60 One month. In advance. .......

PRACTICAL BANKER-FARMING

(Domeetfe)

One year, In advance....
61x months, in advance '.
Three months, in advance......
One month, in advance

THANKSGIVING THOUGHT,

merits made by Catts in his speech

here Monday night. Its reasoning will

Let's relieve the gloom mciaent 10 nave an enett o leMwwuw nan(j needed the cattle to maintain sou

The Breeders' Gazette of Chicago

prints the f olowing, which will be of
(interest in Marion county, as we have

some of that sort of banks here:

"Speaking of the advantages of his

county for farming, a Missounan re

cently boasted that the local banks

would loan a farmer all the money he

wanted with which to buy cattle and
would charge him no more for it than

the rate charged for loans on lands

Asked why that was he replied that

cattle paper was recognized there as

secure, that cattle feeders made

necessary market for the hay and
! grain of other farmers, and that the

the first of the month by figuring out

what we can sei.d to our boy s m

KnaKi on me

Let everybody cheer up as Krazy Krazy-cat
cat Krazy-cat says; the worst has came. This
time next week the campaign will be
. i. .11 1.1 rt ia tA it Wlfll

over, adoui au mc w
the average voter is a desire to have
his views enforced on the other f el-

low. The good will oi your neiguwr

but we find that Catts prejudice is fertiiity and sustain crop yields. This

contagious ana nas uuecieu Kw ig practiCal banker-farming

many of his supporters, who do not In seVeral sections where interest

wish to listen to anything that dis- rate3 kave been high bankers have

PICK YOUR WINNERS

TWAIN MADE PAPER FAMOUS

The names cf democratic electors

will be mixed on the ticket with the
electors of other parties. Democrats

should be certain to memorize the
names of their electors before they go

to the polls. Following are the dem

ocratic electors fasten them in your

mind:

J. Turner Butler.
Martin Carabalio.
J. P. Clarkson.
Frank Harris.
Milton H. Mabry Sr.
Will H. Price..

DEMOCRATIC TICKET

agrees with their opinions.

EXCELLENT ADVERTISING

We have received a CODY of the

Breeder's Gazette of Chicago (Corn-

arranged special accommodations for
farmers wishing to buy purebred bulls
and cows. A case in point is the fi financing
nancing financing of a purchase of 65 head in
Gibson county, Tennessee. So soon
as a number of farmers were ready to

modore Goodwin's paper, dated "Ci. co erate in bringing in a carload of

c tia otrpf nr across
the road is 26, which contains ah excellent ad- urebred cattle, all the banks in the

worth more to you than the good will vertisement for Florida and Marion county became interested, and agreed

xxTin r Hughes, of Knott or county, placed therein oy tne gen-

rrua fnrmer will nevet eral development department of the

.. nn m after which is Seaboard Air Line railway, Norfolk,

near w Pui .."" -. i, TT

fco isn't, roomer to do anything I V a., C. u.-nwuner, Kcuv.

C ivv tvu V w- to J

to lend up to $15,000 to cover the cost,

The 65 head were delivered at an av average
erage average cost of $150, exclusive of

calves, and were distributed to up

The ad

3 m .. liiiisiotiAnt AAnfaino an llllictfninn I ...... t

e The twn latter couian t uo cniMiuwi w.,a ... i warns or individual iarmers. ijouk

w,j, r vnu if thev would, and if of some of the fine Hampshire hogs ti loans at reduced interest were

ii n nanp- on their words, or that Marion county is improving its de t those wh0 could not nay for

hang on their necks, alter election, ewe BUu cmaM v ..., the cattle. Une DanK acted as agent
they will greatly prefer your room to that the banks of Marion county ad- for the others in the transaction. The
vour company, whether they say so or vanced the money to buy the stock, bankers figured that there were safe

not. Politics is a game and snouia dcj x oiu iu oj MoanSt an(i would result in a perma-

nlaved according to the rules and vertising. Florida wr some time, ana nent increase in the cattle values'of

wiithout bitterness. If another man is now preparuig an illustrated mag- the county.

is bitter and unfair, that is no reason azme tnat win oe mostly aevotea to "The cold, close' calculations of

why you should be. Our office holders tnis immeaiawj secuun. xuuu ux x- iux- bankers are not mixed with much
are nothing after all but our hired ida advertising has been of pleasure sentiment. They would-not favor cat-

men, and we are fools if we become resorts ana orange groves, out vne tle j-oans urless cattlemen were known

angry over wmcn oi mem suau nw p"- .r r" as money maKers,; in mis case wnat

,i T.Pt.' ran the nolitics. remem- oi tne nortn ana west ae&cnpuuns ux i -..j for the farmer ;s QOA for the

ber we are all citizens of Marion coun- the solid advantages Florida can offer banker. There is no philanthropy

ty and Florida, and all should oe m wupa u about it. It is practical banking. It
friP: Let's iret toeether and dis- good work for our state and the scope Lcouraes Dracticai farminff. Even

cuss the best way to make our fair a ox its operations is increasing. farmers who do not need to borrow, or

envAH. t.rt have crood crons and stock,! whnsp hankers do not hold out snecia'

roads and streets, better business and I GRAFTING ON THE GUARDIANS jnducements, may gain encourage-

better freight rates, and the other

things that go to making life easier
worth livincr. Politics is a I

necessary evil, but we should not al

low it to poison our lives.

mpnt in their rattlft hreedinc asnira-

Whether he is elected or not, this Uona f rom thig attitude of m

year will be a profitable one for Catts. hen(jers."

It is alleged that he is assessing the
guardians of liberty all over the state

for funds, and doesn't leave it op

tional with them whether to pay or

Wi fin A if. impossible to suit the

partisans of Catts. We have said that ot, but draws on the lodges thru the
many, perhaps most of them, are hon- banks. A little lodge m this county,
est in their support of him, but they made up of poor men whose dollars
are not willing to admit that we can are fewand far betweenwas drawn

nn0tf in snnnnrtin? Mr. Knott. Pn DV atts ior o.

WHAT FLORIDA FOLK SA?
ABOUT IT. ;

The ; brethren

When Catts made his first speech were greatly troubled, for ;they didn't
here, we reported it in person, and his the money, and thought they had V

admirers were greatly aggrieved.

When he came the second time, we
sent to report his speech a man well

known to this entire town to be a

careful and conservative writer, and

: who is also nolitical friend of Catts,

vet that nerson's supporters declare And they took his advice

that he garbled his speech. Last time

to pay it anyhow. But luckily they

sought-the advice of an outsider, wise

to the ways of commerce and confi

dence men, and he Jaughed and bade
them cheer .up, and told them to mark
the draft "refused" and send it back.

It. Myers, Fla.i "I cannot do justice
fcj praise of your medicines, which I con-

siaer 10 De mosi
wonderful. My
trouble was inflam inflammation,
mation, inflammation, which was
so painful at times
that it was unen unendurable
durable unendurable and at pe periods,
riods, periods, the pain was
excruciating. An
operation was
urged, but I posi positively
tively positively refused to be
operated upon, and

believed that your

For President
Woodrow Wilson
For Vice President

Thoma3 Marshall

Presidential Electors

J.' Turner Butler.
Morton Carabalio.
J. P. Clarkson.
Frank Harris.
Milton II. Mabry Sr.
Will H. Price.

For United States Senator

Park Trammell.

I'or 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.
For Adjutant General
J. Clifford R. Foster.
For the House of Representatives
" W. J. Crosby.
L. S. Light. .
For County Judge
- W. E. Smith.
For Sheriff

J.P.Galloway.
For Cltrk Circuit Court
P. H. Nugent.
For Superintendent Public Schools
J. H. Brinson.
For Tax Assessor
- Alfred Ayer.
For Tax Collector
W. W. Stripling.

Virginia City Enterprise, Now Defunct,
Printed Some of the Best Work
of Great Humorist.
To only the old or middle-aged will
there be anything significant in the
announcement that the Enterprise
newspaper at Virginia City, Nevada,
has passed away. The Enterprise was
not potent as a molder of public opin opinion.
ion. opinion. Its circulation was not notable,
and outside of the state few people
knew of its existence. But it had once

one member of the staff who made it
famous in his day and who himself

later became famous.

It was the Enterprise on which Mark

Twain first used that name which af

terward became a household word.

He had contributed articles from min

ing camps under the pseudonym of

Josh," but when he Joined the staff

he adopted as sobriquet "Mark

Twain," a reminiscence of his pilot

days.- As new "strikes" were made the

newspaper office was moved first from
Genoa to Carson and later to Virginia

City. v

One can visualize Mark In the En

terprise office of the '60s, his long legs

twisted about the tilted chair,; the old
hat on his great brush of hair, writ

lng some such matter as "Mr. Bloke's
Item," swapping stories with Ban de

Quille, or listening to the quaint ver vernacular
nacular vernacular of visiting miners or prospec prospectors."
tors." prospectors." It was there he began the first

of those experiences which were to en enrich
rich enrich the literature of the country and
to teach a tired world how to laugh.
The Enterprise Is gone, but .so are the
Oil City Derrick, the Laramie Boom

erang, and the Danbury News, at least

nprone now hears of them since the
humorists who made the reputations

of those journals have passed away.

,v S Iff.

MOTHER'S DAY IN THE SCHOOLS

mediciies would help) me, and I found

No use to deny this little story, for joui JAJ

- raffs was here no member of thelwe nave tne prooi. we are airaia Discoverv did save, me from the knife.

I.t i i i i i I.. . t

condition, my

s ctQflr wf;,t fo fhA meeting and no I there are many other little lodges in j Also corrected my worn-out

. otota 'liAWAvai- intiA )iiWt a inittnm? nerves snd irrcinikiitv.

report whatever was made, and now j-- fllT wi to "My mother found a Seminole woman
Catts' friends declare this was the timely friend to make them wise to iEvergMe9
worst of all. We are willing to the fact that there is no law to make wanted children, my mother sent and got

iy of them a coca-cola said bettthem Pay a draIt unless they nave ax bottles of the favorite description

value received for it.

HE SAID IT

for this woman. Since then, the Indian

woman has always taken the 'Prescrip 'Prescription
tion 'Prescription and is now the mother of five
healthy cliildren." Mrs. R. hi Kennon,
436 Victoria Ave, Ft. Myers, Fla.'
St. Aueustinc Tla.: "This is to certify

that I luive used 'Favorite Prescription'

bet any

to be paid when we meet at the Mar

ion County Fair that we try harder

to please them than they try to please

While Mr. Williams of Uamesvilie,

I t v i,. v njr n;i.fa that 1 luive usea "x'avonto tresenpuon

Terror ;tipo fhe nrimarv the Ocalal"c wi Bi"" wuug- Ui6.. A U in Un f?r,o ff fKl

publications have been working des- meeting, and an ardent supporter of luter to wemen, as it helped me and

perately to swing the, county for l,IV.r v tmTC RV I
--j u. u;.t.: 1 versation with an Ocala business man Mas. E. E. Foster, 09 King St.

xvnu, im uav ucc puuxx we necessarv Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription is

nmri affor eniimn ot nrpniciinns. f

x-- i,-j l- v! m r .a11 b remeuy uiab any aiuug, wuiutut can
When Catts was in Ocala a short time andtwjasaske? him a"s.rey safely taie becauseit is prepared from

ago he addressed a large crowd and h-u w roots, and is nora secret remeay ior its

the Ocala papers had never a word to

Attention is called to the law desig

ns ting the first Friday in November
as Mother's Day. This does not make

it a holiday but provides that thert

shall be exercises appropriate to. the

celebration of this day in honor of our

mothers. :

At the suggestion of the state

uperintendent I most cordially sug

gest that a portion of this Friday aft

ernoon be devoted to special exer

cises well adapted to impress upon the
pupils and visitors the sacredness of

he word mother.

; Very respectfully yours,
. J. H. Brinson, Supt.

say about the meeting. Miami Me

tropolis.

The Metropolis is very careless in
its statements., Anybody who says
the Ocala papers have been working
desperately is ignorant of what the i

nresence of ladies, in Gainesville. I insrredionta are nrinted on wranoer,

Mr. Williams admitted that Catts Get it toiayv either in "quid or tablet

had done that very thing. Buffalo N. Y., for free and confidential

xne ucaia man asea mm lie p-1 medical advice

proved of it.

Mr. Williams said he did not ap

prove of it, that he much regretted it,

- 1 htir na rTtetAayaA faf-t-a 4-ha nAminaa

word desperate means. Anybody who vw Mr,

ontrc fho I la noners havA nunlisnpn I. r a

i j r 4. 1 We are very glad we do not consider

, A, rt i I Catts the nominee.

reaa ine ucaia papers or. is uchucj-
n fill ir crto Jnrv o n nntifh. ThA Star

has not made anv predictions about Tribune now has xeady for

u n0., ho a I puDiication aoout six columns ox

In sickness or in health send for the

People's Common Seaso Medical Adviser.

A book of 1008 pagf's. Send three dimes to

Ur. iaerce. Invalids liutci, iiuiituo, JM X

the election, and

not made more than one or two, and
those very brief and conservative. The
statement that the Ocala papers had
never a word to say about the Catts
meeting in August is untrue, as the
files of the said papers will show. We
have sent the Metropolis proof that it
has misrepresented the Ocala papers
if it does not correct its misstate misstatements
ments misstatements it will be because it is a de deliberate
liberate deliberate liar instead of being simply
careless.

The Ocala Star calls the members
cf the governor's cabinet who won't
come out in support of Knott "polit "political
ical "political cowards," but why "cowards," if
as the Star so ardently believes, Mr.

Knott is to be elected. It would seem
that they were especially brave --'-.in
not antagonizing the "next governor
of Florida." The Star mixes up its
logic perhaps. Miami Metropolis.
In view of the facts, the foregoing
reads like the Metropolis has been
mixing its drinks.

Catts clippings against less than one

column of Knott clippingsEither the

Catts sentiment predominates in the
state press or the Knott .papers are
"loafing on the job" of saying things

in his behalf. Tampa Tribune. ;
Any well-posted newspaper man in
the state will form his own opinion of
the Tribune's sincerity on Teading the
foregoing statement.

Geo. W.. Allen, republican candidate

for governor, flatly; denies that he has
made any deal to help elect Catts in

return for support for Hughes elec

tors. All who know Mr. Allen will be believe
lieve believe him. During his public career

he has created the impression that he

is above that sort of thing.
It seems an inconsistency that the
average consumer has to produce be before
fore before he can consume:

1 SAFETY

FIRST

Today is the fifth birthday of the
Lakeland Telegram, one of the best
little dailies in Florida. We hope it
will live forever and that Mr. and Mrs.
Hetherington will be with it at least
to its fiftieth anniversary.

The Star is glad to see that its
bright and live contemporary, the
Orlando Sentinel, has moved into a
more commodious and better equipped
home.'

mm

CO.

We congratulate the Banner on the
exceeding dispassionate ard logical
m .inner in wHeh it confuted the state-

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such thing as safety if
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SEABOARD LGuAL SCHEDULE

Southbound
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville p.

m.; Ocala, 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa,

7:50 p. m.

No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.

m.; ucaia, i:4o p. m.; arrives oi. xre xre-tersburg
tersburg xre-tersburg 10 a. m.

No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a

m.; ucaiaiii!:4U p. m.: arrives oi. x-e-

tersburg 8:05 p. m.

Northbound
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.,

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

7:15 p.m. V

No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
m. ; Ocala 2 : 30 a. m. ; arrives J acs

sonville 6:45 a. m.

No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a.m.; Ocala

1 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.

GREAT MASS OF PROOF

Reports of 40,000 Cases of Kidney

Trouble, Some or Them ucaia
Cases

Each of some 6.000 newspapers of

the United States is publishing from
week to week, names of people in its
particular neighborhood, who have
used and recommended Doan's Kid-

nev Pills for kidney, backache, weak

kidneys, bladder troubles and urinary

disorders. This mass oi prooi memoes
over 40,000 recommendations. Ocala is

no excention. Here is one oi tne

Ocala cases.

C. C. French, carpenter, 103 W.
Sanchez St., Ocala, says: "Doan's
Kidney Pills did me more good than
anything else I ever used. I had been
having attacks of backache and trou trouble
ble trouble with my kidneys for some time.
It made me feel miserable and run

down in health. As soon as I used

Doan's Kidney Pills, I got relief.

have relied on this medicine ever since

for return attacks.

Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't

simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills rthe same that
Mr. French had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Prons. Buffalo. N. Y. Adv. 40

Daily Thought.
Everyone sees what you seem, few
know what you are. MachlavelLl.

When Cows Sold at $1 5.

How the increase In the cost of liv

ing has progressed in the last thirty

or forty years was discussed by Gov.

J. B. Kendrick of Wyoming, an old

stockman, who has watched the march

of events. Today a chicken Is worth

more than a turkey was a few years

ago ; a turkey more than a hog ; a hog
more than a cow used to be worth, and

a cow more than a horse. This lllus

rrnfps thft increase' In the price' of

food stock.

"In March, 1879, I went down to

Texas to look over two thousand head

of steers In Matagorda county, south

era Texas," Governor Kendrick said,

according to the Washington Post.

While I was down looking over the

young cattle I was asked by the man

ager of the ranch If I cared to Duy

some older steers. The owner, I was

told, had a number of six-year-oia

steers that he would sell, although he

was not anxious. V He was going to
hold them until he got his price he

declared. The manager Impressed
upon me, however, that I need not
hone to buy unless I was willing to

rav the owner's price.'

T asked tho -price, and was toia
that he wanted fifteen dollars a head.
Think of it fifteen dollars a head for

nids. and today calves are

bringing eighty-five dollars."

Gaslight in Oil Lamp.

A war time substitute for the kero kerosene
sene kerosene oil light has been provided in
Germany in the form of a carbide
candle which supplies the old lamp
with acetylene gas, the Columbia State

notes. The candle is a cylinder having

a suitable gas burner at the top and a

removable cover at the bottom, and

holding two or three ounces of cal

cium carbide. It Is set into the lamp

after the oil burner has been removed.

In operation the font of the lamp is
about half filled with water and the

carbide filled candle Is placed In It,
when the moisture reaching the car

bide causes the generation of acety

lene for a considerable time.- The rate
of emission of gas is regulated by vary

ing the amount of water. A chalky
residue is left on the exhaustion of

the carbide, but this is easily removed

when dry or with suitable care, while
still wet and In this state giving off a
small amount of inflammable gas. The
average cost of the carbide used is
stated to be about a quarter of a cent
an hour. Vy

Worth Careful :Thbught
..
Do you read the label to know whether
your baking powder is made from cream
of tartar or, on the other hand, from alum
or phosphate?
Royal Baking Powder is made from
cream of tartar, derived from grapes, and
adds to the food only wholesome qualities.
Other baking powders contain alum or
phosphate, both of mineral origin, and
used as substitutes for cream of tartar
because of their cheapness.
Never sacrifice quality and healthful-
ness for low price.
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Where the Bird Learned It.
"That parrot of theirs! Why, it

rattles off all the gossip of the neigh

borhood !" "Yes, When it was leani

ng to talk they forgot to take it out

of the room the day the sewing society

met." Browning's Magazine.

Complimentary.
A much loved Irish physician was
calling on a peasant patient. The
grateful woman, wishing to pay him a
fine compliment, said enthusiastically:
"All, doctor, it's a rale Job's comforter
ye are!"

y

'pn fi?

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Take outdoor exercise daily and your
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fK. of K.w Feared Drowning. ?
Lord Kitchener had a sort of fore foreboding
boding foreboding of an accident at sea. So
much was this the case that he never
crossed from Dover to Calais without
wearing a lifebelt waistcoat, one that
he had specially made for him In

Egypt before he made his famous ad advance
vance advance to Khartum.
Though so often on the sea and an
excellent sailor, he detested sea trips,
and never felt comfortable on board
ship. He complained "that the sea
affected his sight. v
Another curious point was that while
he always acquired curios in any part
of the world in which he might be,
he took care never, to allow his pur purchase
chase purchase to be on the vessel on which he
was a passenger.

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Another Political Emblem.'
What I propose," said the man
who gets very much In earnest, "is a
political organization that will be free
from all selfish interest, laboring only
for the highest ideals
T know," Interrupted the rude, per person.
son. person. "You're going to start one of
those sea-serpent parties
"Why do you refer to it as a sea-serpent
party?"
"Because there ain't no such anl
mai."

New York Land Reforested.
Five thousand acres of state land
and 3,000 acres of privately owned
land in New York state has been re reforested
forested reforested this year

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toilet, etc. Wireless on all steamers.
Steamers leave Jacksonville via Savannah, Ga., at 4 p. m., Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday and Saturday, to Baltimore, and Thursday and Sunday to
Philadelphia. .
Through tickets to all points. For further information, illustrated
booklets, reservations, etc., write or call,
H. a Avery, Agent. J. F. WARD, T. P. A., L. D. JONES, C. A.
Jacksonville, Florida

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j OYSTKII3 arc a. most important factor In your food problem
:' OYSTEIIS are not, as has been erroneously -stated, a luxury,
-OYSTEIJS are, in fact a real daiiy need.

BECAUSE
They possess the merits of Food Economy, Food Value, Healthful Healthful-nesa
nesa Healthful-nesa 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
t'2.00 Per Barrel!.
GULF FISH & OYSTER COMPANY
Crystal Riverv "qurs are better Florida

TRADE MARK REGISTERED

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partment, Department, Call Up Five-One-Y

FOR

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"Phoslime carries a large percentage of moist-
t ure, which has been repeatedly demonstrated in
I practical use o keep green and well nourished the
& LAWNS on which it was used."

I IMMEDIATE DELIVERY
Prices F. O. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags
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CARLOAD
$9 Per Ton

LESS THAN CARLOAD
$10.00 Per Ton

WRITE" FORBOOKLE? X X
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Bex 462 Ocala, Florida &

K. A. FAUSETT, Local Dealer

business men, a few days ago,. Mrs.
Rice is quite a pretty young lady, and

comes, we understand, from the very

nice little town of Umatilla. Mr. and

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An Original Hallowe'en Party
One of the cleverest Halloween
parties given this year was the one
last night, when Miss Margaret Wal Walters
ters Walters entertained the Rook Club. The
guest3 were all dressed as ghosts, and
were met at the front door by a ghost
who handed each couple a card, bear
ing the words "Go to the back door
and follow the rope." And it was a
spooky walk following it up the dim dimly
ly dimly lighted back stairs, where the
guests left their wraps. The living
room was full of black cats and
witches and here a witch (Mrs. T. E.
Bridges) told fortunes.
The dining room was especially at attractive,
tractive, attractive, the mantel being banked
with moss and here and there big
golden oranges, yellow flowers and
jack-o-lanterns completed it..
Numerous games were played one
especially amusing, when two blind blindfolded
folded blindfolded couples sat opposite each other
and tried to feet the other corn
flakes. The1 winner being presented
a little pumpkin, inside of which was a
little box of corn flakes. Long strings
were passed around with marshmal marshmal-Iows
Iows marshmal-Iows in the center, and one person at
each end and it was great fun to see
who could get the marshmellow first.
The dining room table contained
all the materials, and the guests made
their own sandwiches. They were
also served chicken salad, sal tines,
olives and pumpkin pie with whipped
cream.

Tuesday Auction Club

Miss Onie Chazal entertained the

Tuesday auction club, and several ex extra
tra extra friends in compliment to Miss
Hope Robinson, a bride-elect, yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon at her home on Fort

King avenue The guests played in

the parlor which was decorated with

California daisies, being most appro

priate for Hallowe'en week, and also

as Miss Robinson's color scheme, yel

low. At the end of the four rounds,
Miss Kathleen Jackson had made top
score ahd was presented two dainty
handkerchiefs. Miss Mary Burf ord
won the visitor's prize, also handker

chiefs. The scores were kept on at attractive
tractive attractive Hallowe'en card. Miss, Rob

inson was presented a ; beautiful 18 18-i
i 18-i piece luncheon set. Miss Chazal serv served
ed served her guests fruit salad, sandwiches,

olives and coffee. Those present were

Misses Hope Robinson, Caroline Har

riss, Rosebud Robinson, Mary Mc

Dowell, Nellie Gottlieb, Alice Bullock, baby, of South Carolina, are expect-

Kathleen Jackson, Mary Burf ord, ed today to visit Captain and Mrs.

Hester and Marian Dewey, Mrs. E. J. T. H. Johnson. Dr. Hartzog has.

Mills-Price, Mrs. R. A. Burford Jr. been attending the Seaboard surgeons

This club cordially welcomes Miss convention in Jacksonville.

Caroline Harriss, a new member. ..

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DOMESTIC WORK WANTED

Wanted, by a young wnite woman,

place to do general housework where

Mrs. Rice are making their home at I she and her. six-year-old daughter

the Colonial.

During the month of October 142

people registered at the library and
955 books were loaned.

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Mr. Stephen Griswold, of St. Louis

Mo., has been the guest of Mr. Dun

can McDonald for several days.

Mrs. Anna Tweedy is home from
DeLand, where she attended the wed wedding
ding wedding of her daughter, Miss Lilian, to
Mr. C. I. Botts.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire and
son, Tom, left Tuesday for Chicago.
Mr. McGuire and his son going as far
as Jacksonville in their car.
Miss Inez Sandifer has been the

guest of Miss Bertha Guthery of
Kendrick, and when she returned home

was accompanied for a few days' visit

by Miss Guthery.

Dr. and Mrs. Lighton Hartzog and

could have a home. Capable of doing
any kind of housework. Apply to the
Star office or Dr. E. Van Hood, tf

NOTICE

Blalock Brothers, 107 Oklawaha

avenue, have established a curb gaso gasoline
line gasoline filling station. Open from 6 a. m.

to 9:30 p. m. 6-lm

Watch for our Ostrich

feather sale. Mrs. J. T. Mor

rison. 10 31-3t

W;.K. Lane, M. D Physician and

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

Florida. tf

Nine persons out of every ten who

suffer with their feet, do not need a

i longitudinal arch support but an an

terior metatarsal. Go to the man who

has studied the anatomy of the foot

three years, and get relief. Full line

of School's foot appliances. "The

Man Who Knows." Little's Shoe Par

lor, v -27-tf :

(Concluded on Fourth Page)

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BROILER DINING CARS

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ia the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard. v
Every modem convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. K A VAN AUG H
Proprietor. Manager.

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

Sto Leo College

Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and Oni Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORF ORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND -GOMEnERGIAL COURSES
$225 FOR yTEN SCHOO L MONTHS
0. a POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TEIrul OPENS VEDHESDAYr SEPT. 13y 1916

Notice to King's Daughters

The King's Daughters will meet at

3 o'clock tomorrow afternoon at the

Methodist church., There is much
important business to atend to, and

all members are requested to be pres

ent.

Mrs. W. W. Clyatt; Secretary.
.
Tuesday afternoon Mrs. R. B. Bul

lock entertained about twenty-five

little people in honor of Carlos Bul

lock's fifth birthday. Mrs. Bullock
assisted by her daughter, Mrs. S. T.

Trantham, and Mrs. D. R. Connor

helped the little folks play numerous

games on the front" lawn and later
took them into the library where blind
folded they tried to pin the tail to a
big black cat. Margaret Herndon.

came the nearest and won a box of

i

handkerchiefs. Paul Theus and Bob

bie Watermann tied, they drew straws
for the prize, the latter winning, a

necktie. After this the guests were

taken into the dining room, and there

stood the loveliest table, with pink

shaded candles and in the center a

big birthday cake with five little

pink candles. The guests sat all

around the room, the real little tots

making a cunning picture on the par

lor floor. Misses Caroline Peyser and
Mildred Bullock served them pineap

ple ice cream and cake. Those pres

ent were Misses Mary Troxler, Caro

line and Babette Peyser, Majorie

Morgan, Dorothy Frank, Marian Os

borne, Virginia Peek, Mary Rentz,

Hazel Livingston, Ruby Condon, Ivy

Waterman, Maud Gary, Mary New

ton Green and Margaret Herndon.

The boys were Fred McAteer, Paul

Theus Jr., Fred Vogt, Buster Fort,
Leo Morgan, Charles Troxler, H. M.

Hampton, Jr., Bobby Hunter, Robert

Waterman, Harry Garkson Jr.. Fran

cis Drake and Edward Helvenston.

Mrs. Mary H. Spencer, the public

health nurse, so well known here, has
been appointed by Dr. Porter of the

state board of health to visit Talla

hassee, Plant City and Bartow, to

give in each place a course in sanita

tion and hygiene in the institutes that

will be held for the prize winners of

the canning clubs. Mrs. Spencer

takes great interest in the subpect,

and there is no one any better fitted

to carry out the work. :

THE SPECIALTY SHOP

Halloween Novelties
Candle Shades
Individual NutC ups
Place Cards
Decorative Cut Outs
A. E. GERIG
Phone 165

One. Door East of M. & C National

Bank

. Try Bouquet Dozlra perfume, $2

per ounce, at ueng s. .ti

'For delicious hot biscuits use Juba

Self -Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6t

Encourage home industry by IN

SISTING on having CARTER'S
bread and cakes. None' better made.
Carter's Bakery. tf

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Fresh Sweet Milk in Pints and Quarts Received Daily
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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

CHAPTER NO. 13, It. A. 3L

Regular coavocatlcns or the Ocala

Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the

fourth Friday in every mouth at

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

WOODlK OF THE "WOKLB

cibots a!
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E. C. JORDAN & CO. j

Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embaliners

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

Fort King Camp No. 14

I the K. of P. tall at 7:30 p.

second and fourth Friday. Visltina
sovereigns are always welcome.

J. G. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.

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Jacksonville and New YofIi
Calling at Charleston, S. C.
TIIE FINEST COASTWISE VESSELS AF10AT
FARES, Including All Expenses
- 1st Cabin Excursion 2d Cabin St'rage
To New York ...............$24.90 $43,30 $19.00 $12.50
To Charleston ............... 8.00 12.00 6.00 4.00
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H. G. VENZEL, Florida Passenflor Agent
Ticket Ofiice, Pier 1, Foot of Lib crty SU JacksonHfle, Florida.

'Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. S

A. M., meets on the first and tairft
Thursday evening of each month at

8:00 o'clock, until further notice.

Jb.. U. WeDD, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary, Ad

I OCALA LODGE NO. 2Sb. B. P. O. E.

Miss Legie Blitch drove her car in

from Blitchton Tuesday, bringing Dr.

Blitch and Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully
to do some shopping. Mr. and Mrs.

McCully are in the same class with

the Rockefellers and Morgans. They
have plenty of eggs to eat and some

to sell. As King Conhetua's bride

said, "eggs is eggs" these days.

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A welcome comer to Ocala is Mrs.

W. C. Rice, who joined her husband,
who is one of our. industrious young

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Ocala Lodge No. 28 6 Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks. meeU
the second and fourth 'Buesda- even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcomo. Club bouse
opposite postofBne, east side.
R. S. Rogers, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
OuALA TEMPLE
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The Ocala Temnle Lodge No. 23

Pvthian Sisters, meets every Tuesday

afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members art
cordially invited to meet with us.

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Chas. K. Sage. K. of R. S.
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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.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, "WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 1, 1916

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Masons meet Thursday evening.
Dr.
311.
R. D. Fuller's
office phone
9-4-tf
13
Layer cake angel cake ana mac
caroons, fresh every day, at Carter's
Bakery. tf
The Evening ZJtar may nlways be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.
We have a new perfume. Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract, $2 per
All kinds of seed for fall garden
now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.
Seed oats, seed rye ana rape JBeed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
Mr. N. I. Gottlieb arrived home
Tuesday and will remain until Thurs
day.
When thirsty drink at Gerig's
Ocala's popular coca-cola fountain.
For service first, trade at Gerig's
Ocala's best drug store. .
We make 5 and 10 cent loaves of
bread, and advise buying the 10 cent
loaf.
Carter's Bakery.
tf
At last evening's session of the
Odd Fellows, Messrs. J. D. MacDon-
ald, W. H. Cassels and D. S. Smith
Jr. were instructed in their duties as
members in the first degree. The vis
iting brothers present were" Mr
Stanley Steiner and Mr. William
Nehrboss both of New York City.
Anyone wishing to buy an UNUSU
ALLY GOOD 5-year old HORSE
weighing 800 pounds, 12 hands high;
works single or double, excellent un
der saddle, call, write or phone H. V.
Lee, Eastlake, Fla. 31-6t
While D. J. Carroll was operating
a meat slicing machine at the Smith
Grocery store this forenoon he caught
the first finger on his left hand in the
blane and nearly cut it off at the first
joint. A doctor immediately dressed
the wound and it is not thought that
he will lose his finger.
Watch for bur 0 st rich
feather sale. Mrs. J. T. Mor
rison. 10-31-3t
A little darkey who was caught
.stealing sugarcane out of a garden
patch last night forfeited a $5 bond
in recorder's court this morning.
High-priced sugarcane.
. The preliminary trial of the negro
who killed Mr. Briggs at Homosassa
is going on before Judge Bullock.
Encourage home industry by IN
SISTING on having CARTER'S
bread and cakes. None better made
Carter's Bakery. tf
Like All the Rest.
"I caught the street-car conductor
who owes me money on the car plat
form last night." "Did you get your
money?" "No; he did the same thing
my other editors do." "What's
that?" 'Tut me off." Birmingham
Age-IIerahl.
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NATIONAL 'CARTOON SERVICE CORP. N Y.
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CIGARS THAT "ROOKERF ELlERj
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MOVING PICTURE FEATURES

The 'story "Friday the 13th' at the
Temple last night was a very good
one, as those who read it in the orig original
inal original expected.
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That lively and pretty favorite
Manruerite Clark will be on the
screen tonight in "The Wildflower,"
and all who go may expect a picture
full of grace and interest.
Tomorrow night Anita Clark and
Thomas Meighan will appear- in "The
Heir of Hoorah." Anita Clark is al-
ways a favorite, mis win De ner
first appearance on the Temple screen
for several weeks.
A SUGGESTION
Editor Star: In times past, some
others besides the inspectors and
clerks at a general election have aid aided
ed aided in tallying up the result of the
election. The writer labors under the
impression that it is not strictly legal
to allow anyone to aid the inspectors.
Will Mr. D. M. Barcb, registration of
ficer. answer through the Star and
oblige, Yours respectfully,
Chas. P. Haycraft.
If the three construction men on the
new Ocala water tower job will call
at the store of M. Honsteur and pre present
sent present this notice, they will be treated
to delicious, bottied coca-cola at the
expense of the Ocala Coca-Cola Bot
tling Works.
Mr. L. J. Dankwertz has bought Mr.
Shuey's grist mill and is removing it
to set it up at his place on the Pedro
road, twelve miles south of town. Mr
Dankwertz has erected a big substan
tial structure, out of the timbers of
the old Levon mill, will install the
gristmill just bought and other ma
chinery, and will have a fine indus
trial plant out there is the pinywoods.
Wish we could obtain a thousand new
settlers like Dankwertz right away.
Our respected old fellow-citizen,
Major Izlar, after several days of in
disposition, is able to be out again.
The Star is informed that the state
hotel inspector, on his recent visit
here, gave the Florida House a gold
seal. This old, established hotel, re recently
cently recently made young, is steadily grow growing
ing growing in favor with the traveling public.
Mrs. G. E. Camp, accompanied by
Miss Myrtice Camp, arrived last ev
ening from Lake. Weir, and will make
their future home in the Sunshine
City. St. Petersburg Indeepndent.
Monkey Ruled r Steamboat.
This Is the story of a monkey. (Oer-
copithecidae, habitat Albany, N. Y.)
that wanted to captain a ship- and
did, for a little while, the New York
World states.
When the good ship Berkshire of the
Hudson river night line, left Albany
recently this particular anthropodean
quadrumanous mammal passengers
caiiea him worse names. than that got
loose from his keeper and started the
merriest little party the Berkshire has
seen in all her voyaging days.
The first thing he did was to seize
four umbrellas from passengers and
do a wild dance on the deck. Then he
or she, as the case may bewent
down to the engine room and threw
coal at the engineer and firemen, who
retreated. He was. chased to the top
deck, whence' he jumped into the river.
A disciple of Professor Garner might
have translated, the monkey's last cry
as Death before surrender V
Passengers on the Berkshire told the
story. H. F. Moss, general traffic man manager
ager manager of the line, said an animal dealer
was bringing three or four monkeys to
this city and one of them escaped.
Photography In Air Raids.
Photography, of course, is playing
an ever-Increasing part in the aerial
reconnoissance. It is now one of the
prime means of ascertaining the accu accuracy
racy accuracy with which bomb dropping is at attended.
tended. attended. Contrary to the general idea,
when a place is to be bombarded the
process does not consist merely of a
few plucky airmen piloting their ma machines
chines machines to the neighborhood and tak taking
ing taking tig risks to try to get In a lucky
shot before returning. : The fire 'that
follows the dropping of each bomb is
photographed by aircraft from above,
so that a permanent record is made
concerning the places actually dam
aged. Nothing is left to guesswork.
H. Massac Buist in London Post.
'.' Determined Gloom.
"You must admit that there has
been little complaint about the sum
mer climate."
"Oh, I don't know," replied Mr.
Growcher. "I dont think so much of
a summer that keeps you thinking
about coal bills and ice bills both at
once.
Not Complain ins.
"So you have to wear your
Josh's old clothes?" .".
boy
"Yep," replied Farmer Corntossel.
"We can't afford to waste 'era. : And
there's something to be thankful for
when I think of what, mother would
look like If Josh had been a daugh
ter Instead of a son."
About the Wedding Ring.
The wedding ring Is of gold to sig
nify the nobility and durability of af affection.
fection. affection. The form is round to Imply
that love should never end. The place
is on the third finger of the left hand,
where the ancients thought there was
vein that came directly from the
heart, and where It Is always In view.
The third fineer belnsr a fineer least
used, the ring may be least subject to
wearing out. ;
Food for Horse and Sheep.
A healthy horse eats nine times its
weight In food. in a year; a healthy healthy-sheep,
sheep, healthy-sheep, six times. "

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(Continued from Page Three.)
Mrs. E. L. Carney is expecting her
father, Dr. A. J. Wilson, of Estell
Springs, Tenn. Dr. Wilson has many
friends in Ocala who will be glad to
have him here this coming winter.
He is now visiting his daughter and
son-in-law, Dr. and Mrs. W. M. Scott,
in Savannah.
Miss Virginia Sistrunk of Ocala re
turned home yesterday. She has been
spending several days in the city visit visiting
ing visiting friends and was among the out-of-town
guests that attended the foot football
ball football dance at the Country Club Satur Saturday
day Saturday evening. Tampa Tribune.
- 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.
Mr. and Mrs. John L. Edwards,
Messrs. Bunyan Stephens and W. T.
Gary left today to attend the meet meeting
ing meeting of the Marion Baptist Associa Association
tion Association : at Flemington. Several others
will go tomorrow and Friday. Flem Flemington
ington Flemington is one of the most hospitable
parts of the county, and those who at attend
tend attend the association will be fortunate.
: ;"" ."
Signor Berini, a vocal teacher of
considerable reputation, was in town
today. Mr. Berini has formed a class,
and will come over from Gainesville
every Wednesday to give instruction.
He was here during the Chautauqua
two years ago and greatly pleased his
audience. Signor Berini is a ntive of
Italy, of :, Genoa, where Columbus
was born, but is now making his home
in America.
" : C?: V; Z '. - 'r- f - -Professor
Koontz, the new high
school teacher, has entered on his
duties and is well pleased with the
city. Mr.' Koontz makes his home
with Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rivers and
takes his meals at the Arms House.
MR. KNOTT'S ITINERARY
Following is the Itinerary of W. V.
Knott, Democratic Nominee for
'- Governor
Dade City, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.,
Nov. 1st.
Sarasota, Thursday, 2 p. m Nov. 2.
Bradentown, Thursday," 7 :30 p. m.,
Nov. 2.
Plant City, Fridays 2 p. m., Nov. 3.
' Tampa, Friday, 7:30 p. m., Nov. 3.
Clearwater, Saturday, 11 a. m. Nov.
4th.
Largo," Saturday, 2 p. m., Nov. 4.
St. Petersburg, Saturday; 7:30 p
m., Nov. 4th.
f LEA FOR BED AS IT VMS
Modern Things That Masquerade as
Such Are Properly Condemned by
Chicago Newspaper.
Modern life, having succeeded in
eliminating economy from the. list of
virtues, is now, apparently, conducting
a drive against sleep, which the old older
er older authorities numbered among ; man mankind's
kind's mankind's blessings. People, city people
in particular, seem to be ashamed of
the fact that they must sleep. Tired
nature's sweet restorer,!' sore 2 labor's
bath, that which, knits up the raveled
sleeve of carethe inventor of which
was so praised by Sancho Panza,
prince of squires, is In disrepute.
This tendency to conceal the fact
that sleep still falls upon mankind is
strikingly illustrated by modern furni furniture.
ture. furniture. The bed that was frankly a bed
is being thrust into the background
as something to be ashamed of. Its
place is taken by various kinds of
monstrosities that masquerade as oth other
er other articles of furniture in the $ day daytime,
time, daytime, and, indeed, far Into the night,
.confessing that they can be made to
serve as beds only when frivolity can
no longer stand or sit, but must, per perforce,
force, perforce, become recumbent. ; ;
The bookcase, the piano, the bath bathtub,
tub, bathtub, the mirror, the closet door, the
Morris chair -these may at any mo moment,
ment, moment, by the pulling of a strap or the
pressing of a spring, be revealed as
sleeping '. utensils beds one cannot
fairly call them. ; And they function
as beds in a diffident, half-hearted way,
as if ashamed of the office. Jacks of
many trades, they are masters of
none. x
Until sleep itself becomes obsolete
the human race must have beds of
some sort, and the more comfortable
they are the better. No sleeping im implement
plement implement disguised as a phonograph, a
bird cage or a cook stove can take
the place of the old-fashioned piece of
furniture that was a bed and nothing
else. Chicago News. .
COUNTY OFFICIALS
Circuit Judge W. 3. Bullock,
Ocala.
State Attorney Geo. W. Scofield,
Inverness.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Ocala.
Sheriff John P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Assesor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
Ocala. :
County Judge W. E. Smith, Ocala.
Superintendent of Schools J. H.
Brinson.
Surveyor Alex. Moorehead, Ocala.
Commissioners W. D. Cam, Wal
ter H. Luff man, N. A. Fort, S. R.
Pyles and J. T. Hutchins.
Members School Board G. S. Scott,
Ocala; B. R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S.
Grantham, Fort McCoy.
Sub-School .Trustees Jack Camp,
E. Chace, W. T. Gary.
Coca-cola Unade' .In Atlanta
made
famous in Ocala at Gerig's.

PRIZES FOR THE

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 weil kept
record. We hope you have made a
profit. 4
The Jacksonville Chamber of Com Commerce
merce Commerce makes the following offer for
their fair to be held in December: ..
To the canning club girls who send
in the best exhibit of canned fruits,
preserves, jellies, vinegars and canned
vegetables, $75.
To the canning club girls who send
in the second best exhibit of canned
fruits, preserves', jellies, vinegars and
canned vegetables, $25.
' To the county sending the best ex exhibit
hibit exhibit from not less than ten girls, $100.
To the county sending the second
best exhibit from not less than ten
girls, $25. i 'r--'.
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 reasonable
onable reasonable price, if they are of excellent
quality.
You know Mrs. Okie Painter Will Williams'
iams' Williams' offer of a gold watch to the first
prize winner in each county. Mrs.
Williams has given fifty-one girls gold
watches. No girl who wins one is
eligible for a watch the second year.
No girl is eligible for the state prize
of, $100, who has an irrigation plant
on her plot. This college is going to
present certificates to those girls who
have been club members of good sand sanding
ing sanding for four years. There are not
many to receive these certificates this
year, but we hope many of you who
are club members will continue in the
work long enough to receive certifi certificates.
cates. certificates. :' :.;.,:";;V- -T) ; 7
We are happy 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 Harris s,
State Home Demonstration Agent.
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, at Gerig's. tf
UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Furnished flat for rent
with use of- garage. Call Mrs. W. .V,
Newsom, phone 207. 31-tf
WANTED Man to "collect and write
sick and accident insurance on the
weekly plan. Good chance for ad
vancement. baiary ana commission,
See W. L. Essex, superintendent or
address Box 75, Ocala, Fla. 31-6t
WANTED White sawyer, $2.50 per
day; five saw mill hands, $1.50 per
day, 10 hours; no booze fighters
Chas. Ryan, Alturas, Fla. 31-12t
LOST Friday evening either on the
street or at Commercial Club recep
tion, star shaped brooch made up o
pearls, with diamond in center. Re
turn to Mrs. C. S. Cullen, Fort King
avenue. 316t
WANTED A good farm (improved)
Must have : stocK and an orange
grove; must be cheap and near town
Address B. J., Webster, Fla. 27-tf
WANTED At once, young lady as
clerk at cisrar.xounter. Address S. 24
care Star office. 30
WANTED A small set of books to
keep evenings by an experienced
bookkeeper. Apply to "Bookkeeper,"
care the Star office. 27-6t
MONEY TO LEND If you want
some, call and see we. Will lend in
sums from $300 to $5,000 on first
mortgage on improved city property
Laurie T. Izlar, Ocala. 27-tf
FOR RENT Five room cottage with
bath and other conveniences. Apply
to Mrs. O. T. Green, 605 Ocklawaha
avenue, ocala. zo-bt
WANTED Position as bookkeeper,
cashier or clerk, by competent young
woman badly in need of employment.
Salary reasonable. Address Cashier,
care Ocala Star. 23-3 1 ".
HOUSE TO RENT On Daugherty
street. Apply to A. G. Gates. 19-tf
COTTAGE FOR RENT One-story
cotage; all modern improvements.
rent reasonable; one block from pri primary
mary primary school, corner South Second and
Alvarez streets. Apply to Charles
Rheinauer.; 10-11-tf :
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms;
modern conveniences, desirable neigh
borhood. Mrs. A. II. Perry, Herbert
street 4-tf-
FOR RENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; air modern conveniences. Ap
ply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
FOR : SALE Stove v wood, seasoned
pine and cypress, a large load for a
dollar. Phone 223. Prompt delivery.
Welch Lumber Co. 8-5-tf

Msifiloiial

FLORIDA
S. B. Wilson, Jacksonville. .$ 22.42
C. Macomber,- Jacksonville 40.12
Henry C. Melzer, Jacksonville. ............. 159.78
F. R. Moddie, Jacksonville........... .. 32.69
Mrs. M. .A. Strickland, Jacksonville. . 11.56
F. M. Peterson, Jacksonville 23.96
J. F. Dunn, Jacksonville.................. 187.25
Kirby Phillips, Jacksonville. 14.31
S. Peterson, Jacksonville . .............. 30.89
J. J. Drawdy, Jacksonville . . ... ... 20.50
K. G. Quarterman, Jacksonville 81.60
O. BromwelL F. P. Hanford, Jacksonville... 1C5.15

J. S. Higgingbotham, Crawford
E. it. Keene, Crawford ,v
W. M. Shetter, Pablo Beach
John Oehler, Pablo Beach ................
J. L. Jackson, White House.
W. N. Taylor, White House
Pinholster & Colson, Huntington.
Pinholster i& Colson, Hunington. .. . .....
F. H. Morgan, L. V. Shore, Mabel. .......
Dan J. O'ConnelL West Palm Beach. .....
D. V. Dyal, Kent ;.
. W. Lamb, Delray Ti ....................
C. S. Lesher, Boynton. ......... ......
C O. Lloyd, Hilliard
N. A; Gaylard, Wellborn
N. C. McNeil, Dunnellon." ............. ..
W. D. Wilkes, Waldo ... .... ..........
W. E. Pinholster, Brooker. . ... .... .
J. J. Griflis, Sapp
J. F. Roberts, Bosiwick. .... . . . . .
Osceola Telephone Co., Kissimmee. ........
Marion BV. Carson, Kissimmee.
M. J. Hicks, Kissimmee. ...............
Melton & Woods, Lakelan d .'......
Daniel Tucker, Lakeland ...... ..... .
L. S. Gaulden, DeLand. . . . .
Elmer Bass, Whittier

Tic-MoiM-CoMecio

Washinaton, D. C
OTHERS WILL BE ADVERTISED LATER
Claims Solicited for Collection
" W. G. HINGER," State Representative

i$t0ltl
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
too small, tf IL ,W. Tucker.
CITY OFFICIALS
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
City Clerk and Assessor H.
C.
Sistrunk. :
Tax Collector and Treasurer W.
W. Clyatt.
City Attorney F. R. Hocker.
; City Physician Dr. H. F. Watt.
City Marshal R. L. Carter.
Chief Fire Department II. S".
Chambers.
Superintendent Street Depart Department
ment Department Robert Marsh.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Superintendent Light : and Water
Department J. C. Caldwell.
LIST OF MAGAZINES
AT THE LIBRARY
Following i3 a list of magazines to
be read at the library when it is open:
Scientific American, Collier's. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday Evening Pest, Country Gentle Gentleman,
man, Gentleman, Literary Digest, Review of Re Reviews,
views, Reviews, Popular Mechanics, The Out Outlook,
look, Outlook, Scribner's, Harper's, v Century,
Bookman,-St. Nicholas, Little Folks,
Am erican, Youths Companion, Ameri American
can American Boy, Woman's Home Companion,
Delineator, Ladies' World, Ladies'
Home Journal, Pictorial Revier, Mod Modern
ern Modern Priscilla, The Musicianr Garden
Magazine,1 McClure's, Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur Current
rent Current Opinion, Physical Culture, Good
Housekeeping.
DESPONDENCY
When you feel discouraged and de
spondent do rwt give up but take a
dose of Chamberlain's.: Tablets and
you are almost certain to feel all
right within a day or two. Despond
ency is very often due to indigestion;
and biliousness, for which these tab
lets are especially valuable. Obtain
able everywhere.
Be Lenient In Judgment.
It is only by trying to understand
others tha we can get our own hearts
understood; and in matters of human
feeling the clement judge is the most
successful pleader
Great Question Concerning Work.
One of the worst of chronic human
evils is working for daily bread with
out any interest in the work, and with
ill will towc-d the institution or per person
son person who provides the work The work
of the world must be done, and the
great question is. Shall It be done hap
pily or. unhappily ? Charles W. Eliot.
Many Materials In Piano.
Forty-eight different materials are
employed In the construction of a
piano, which 16 countries are called
upon to supply.
Profuse In Promises.
'He's a promising author. Yes.
,'ve several of his signed promises in
my strong box now, and they're all
over lue." Detroit Free Press.

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CoIlecQIomi Age

Washington, B. C.
Will Dispose of Uie Following JudQemccts

H. E. Connor, Dinsmore ..........
James L. Gavagan, May port. ... ..
J. W. Durden, Bostwick. . ......
Emanuel Jones, Mill Creek. . .....
W. II. Starrett, Orange Park.
GEORGIA
Mrs. A. D. Robert, Albany..........

21.08
18.52
361
42.95
93.00
403.99
128.87
126.40
1708
124.45
49.18
18.6a
69.79
37.19
17.52
38.65
12.58
129.39
38.25
29.42
37.97
162.01
613.14
37.70
,15.31
225.63
69.51

W.; R. Nevil, Register.
J. II. Wells, Brooklet. . . ..
J. G. Moseley, Lyons...... i.
C. E. Sanders, Statesboro. .
D. S. Partin, Uvalda.
W. D. Wolfe, Uvalda........
Thompson Bros., Lyons.
E. B. Causey, Cordele ......
Angel D. Ramos, Cordele. .
II. F. Geiger, Thomasville.
J. Bluestein, Darien. . ....
S. B. Riggs, Reidsville.

C. Pano, Fitzgerald . .
J. C. Harbisson, Jessup
B. S. Wallis, Brunswick
W. P. Thompson, VidaHa
Joe Abney, Swainsboro
J. F. Scott, Sylvania

H. C. Turner, Rockingham

J. M. Smith, Pembroke

Erastus Lyons, Milner.
R. E. Hartley, Sandersville

Hodges & Co.,
J. A. & C. TV.
G. B. Stanley,
Send All Bids To

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To serve you as you ought to be servied, and when you are not let ui
ask you again, to let us know, for this is the only way we can accomplisl:
our desire. ."" 1 s
Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and,-if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.;

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PHONE 34
NOTICE OF APPLICATION
LETTERS PATENT
FOR
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned will apply to the governor
of Florida for letters patent incor incorporating
porating incorporating the Independent Realty
Company under the proposed charter
hereafter set out and hereto annexed,
on November 27, 1916.
H. M. HAMPTON.
E. L. STAPP.
F. D. SANDERS.
Articles of Incorporation Independent
Realty Company
.The undersigned hereby associate
themselves together for the purpose
of organizing a corporation under the
laws oi t lorida for pront, and make
and publish the following articles of
incorporation and proposed charter.
Kon-'-'.i. v
The name of the corporation shall
be INDEPENDENT REALTY COM COMPANY,
PANY, COMPANY, and its principal place of bus business
iness business shall be at Ocala, Florida.
IE
The general nature of the business
to be transacted shall be to buy and
sell real estate, and deal generally as
a real estate agent. The company
may own real estate and all neces necessary
sary necessary property, mortgage the same,
and carry on all such business as is
incident to the purposes of this char charter.
ter. charter. . -
III.
The amount of capital stock au
thorized is Twenty-Five Thousand
Dollars, which shall be divided into
fifty shares of the par value of five
hundred dollars each; said stock shall
be paid in either in money, services,
or a conveyance to the company of
property of a value equal to the
amount of stock issued.
IV. ..v-'V ;
The corporation shall exist for a
period of fifty years.
V.
The business of the company shall
be conducted by a president, vice
president and a secretary and treas treasurer;
urer; treasurer; the last named office may be
held by one and the same person; and
also a board of directors consisting
of not less than three stockholders.
Said officers shall be elected at the
annual meeting to be held on the first
Tuesday in January of each year.
Until those elected at the first meet
ing shall be qualified, IL M. Hamp Hampton,
ton, Hampton, president, E. L. Stapp. secretary
and treasurer, and F. D. Sanders, vice
president, and H. M. Hampton, E. L.
Stapp and F. D. Sanders, directors,
shall conduct the business of the cor
poration.
VI. .-
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which the corporation
can at any time subject itself is two
hundred .and fifty, thousand dollars.
VII.
The names and residences of the

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J. J. LeMatty, R. Roth, Palatka. ... 1S3.47
W. P. Shuttle wood, B. P. nester, Evanst on 252.83
John W. Braddock, Callahan. .. ... . ..... 41.68
Chas. T. Howard, Crystal Springs. ... . .... .450.44

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subscribers, and the amount subscribl
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snares. t
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shares.
F. D
shares.
. Stapp, Ocala, Flerida, 24
Sanders, Ocala, Florida,
Witness the hands and 'seals of t!.;
incorporators at Ocala, Florida. Oc October
tober October 24, 1916. I
H. M. HAMPTON, (Seal). I
E. L. STAPP, (Seal), f
F. P. SANDERS, (Seal).
STATE OF FLORIDA, I
COUNTY OF MARION.
Personally appeared H. M. Hamp-f
ton, L. Stapp and F. D. Sanders, tr1
me well known to be the persons de described
scribed described in and who executed t.he fbre!
going articles of
incorporation sue
acknowledged the execution of th
same for the uses and purposes therel
m set xortn and expressed. ;
Given under my hand and seal o'
office October 24, 1916.
(Seal) JOSEPH BELL,
Notary Public State of Florida.
My commission expires Februan
17, 1917. 10-25-wed
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth JudiJ
cial Circuit of FlorMa, 4n and for
r Marion County In Chancery. I
Mamie Haris, Complainant vs. Geors-f
Harris, Defendant Order for Con Constructive
structive Constructive Service.
It Is ordered that the defendant here-i
In named, to-wit: Greorg-e Harris bv
and he is hereby required to. appear t
the bill of complaint filed in thin cau
on or before I
3Inday, thr 4th day of December, 1916
It is further ordered that a copy 0i
this order toe published once a week!
for four -consecutive weeks in the Ic&lal
Evening- Star, a newspaper .publishefl'
in .ai" county and state. i
ThiS' 30th day of October,' 1916 I
(Seal) P. H. XUGENi, I
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon countv
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D C
EDWARD P. 3.IARTIN,
Complainant's Solicitor.
11-1-
wedf
HOW CATABBH IS CONTRACTED j
Mothers are sometimes so thought-1
less as to neslect the colds which thpirt
children contract. The inflammation I
of: the mucous membrane, at first
acute, becomes chronic and the child!
has chronic catarrh, a disease that i3
seldom cured and that may prove a I
life's burden. Many persons who ;
have this lothsume disease will .re- i
member having had frequent colds at f
the time it was contracted. A little
forethought, a bottle of Chamberlain's I
Cough Remedy judiciously used, and I
all this trouble might have been avoid- f
ed. OMainable everywhere.
Killing an Odor.
How orten an 111 person Is ir.aile v
comfortable by odors froa ether part
of tiie house getting into the jsicsrooml
Sometimes wheu the rooci :is iiea?
the kitchen the Emeils are unbearablj
By pouring a few drops of oil cf lav lav-nier
nier lav-nier into a clr.rs of rery hoi water
Ifee air of. tho "cro cc-.n t ia.C
dlEost testantly. ;

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