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Fair north and probably local
showers in central and south portions
tonight and Saturday.
Italians Suddenly Assume
With the re-occupation of Fort
Vaux by the French, officially an
nounced today, the ring of defensive
fortifications about Verdun was re reestablished.
established. reestablished. The Germans announced
fyesterday that they had evacuated
I On the Somme front Berlin admit
ted thejoss of portions of Sailly-
aillisel, but announced the repulse of
111 T" A 1- - 1 f i t
,uie iiriiisn east oi uueuaecouir ana 01
the French in the St. Pierre-Vaast
In Galicia the Russians attempted
JtfcOUl giUUUU ictcuu aiung
jt.be Narayuvka river, southeast of
jLemberg, Berlin said. Seven Russian
Assaults were repulsed. Reports from
T t .annin miAimfl .sYsn4.1 1
:hange. Sofia announced the repulse
if Serbian attacks along the Cerna
FRENCH OCCUPIED THE FORT
Paris, Nov. 3. The French last
ight occupied Fort Vaux which the
(Termans evaluated. t)iA war nffir an.
bounced. The French waited some sometime
time sometime after the last German troops
fwere out of the fort for the great ex explosions
plosions explosions inside the' fort to cease. The
rrencn sunerea no losses.
PUSHING INTO THE PASSES
Berlin, Nov. 3. Teutonic forces
jsouthwest of Predal and southeast of
IRothenthurm pass, said the war office.
TOOK A TOWN
Paris, Nov. 3. The war office an
nounced today that the British have
taken Alitsa in Greek Macedonia.
ITALY'S NEW OFFENSIVE
London, Nav. 3. The Austrian loss
es for the first day of the new Italian
offensive were 15,000 men, said a
Rome dispatch to the Wireless Press.
jFive thousand men were taken prison-
ers. The battles continued.
CANNING CLUBS ON
Washington, Nov. 3. Agricultural
ind canning clubs conducted cooper-
tively by the state colleges and the
iepartment of agriculture had enroll enrolled
ed enrolled in their membership 260,000 boys
.and girls during 1915.
HARD AT WORK AT
THE. PACKING HOUSE
Mr. C. C. Boyd, the manager of the
.Ooala Citrus Packing House, is quite
usy packing and shipping fruit.
jWith the close of today's business he
has shipped 23 carloads of fruit and
Isomeof it sold exceeding well. He
wns packing today an exceptionally
fine carload of grape fruit from Mr.
Y' M. Thomas' Fairy Island grove.
COLONIAL HAS A GOLD SEAL
J Ths Colonial hotel, Mrs. R. E. Brig Brig-ance
ance Brig-ance proprietor, was the recipient this
I week of a gold seal, the emblem of
perfect hotel service so much sought
Rafter by the hotels of the state, and
.the highest award of the hotel com commissioner.
missioner. commissioner. This gold seal is the third
tbe Colonial has possessed, Mrs. H.
I C. Jones having secured two of them
during her management of the popu popular
lar popular hotel.
HUNTING WAGON ON TRUCK
I have a Ford hunting wagon with
two seats, or a light truck for sale
for $150 cash. R. R. Carroll.
We have a bunch of live wire mon-
O -"7 saving cash specials on for Satur-
and next week. See our ad. or
all on us. O. K. Teapot Grocery. It
. ,; ..
1 We make 5 and 10 cent loaves of
tread, and advise buying the 10 cent
af. Carter's Bakery. tf
Against the Austrians
MEN LOST TO THE LATTER IH THE FIRST
III FIND THE DIVERSION A WELCOME
MADE THE TRIP
After Alighting Twice, Victor Carl-
strom Brought His Machine
Into New York
New York, Nov. 3. Victor Carl-
strom, who left Chicago yesterday in
the New York Times mail carrying
airplane, arrived here at 8:55 this
morning and landed at Governor's Isl
and. Carlstrom left Hammondsnort.
N, Y., at 6:35 this morning.
Nearly Two Thousand Merchant Ships
Sunk by War Vessels of the
' (Associated Press)
New York, Nov 3. One thousand
eight hundred and twenty merchant
ships were sunk by the belligerent na
tions during the twenty-seven months
of the war ending Nov. 1st, according
to figures compiled here and publish published
ed published by the Journal of Commerce. The
aggregate gross tonnage of the ships
sunk is 3,328,584.
To a Promient Citizen of Kentucky is
a Live Topic of Gotham
New York, Nov. 3. No confirma confirmation
tion confirmation of the reported engagement of
Mrs. Henry M. Flagler to Judge Robt.
Worth Bingham of Louisville, Ky.,
was obtainable here today. A Louis Louisville
ville Louisville dispatch said Judge Bingham's
friends understood the marriage was
to occur Nov. 15th.
MR. SWOPE NOW -OWNS
Mr. Harold B. Swope, the landscape
architect of Eastlake, today bought a
Maxwell touring car' from R. R. Car Carroll,
roll, Carroll, the Maxwell dealer. Mr. L. E.
Yonce of the Maxwell agency deliver delivered
ed delivered the car to Mr. Swope.
CANNING CLUB WORK
Mrs. Caroline Moorhead, county
canning club agent spent a busy day
yesterday in the ..southern part of the
county. r She gave a canning demon demonstration
stration demonstration at Summerfield, and several
new members were added to the list.
At Belleview she also met the mem members
bers members of the local club and held a dem demonstration.
onstration. demonstration. The work is now being planned for
next year and more enthusiasm is be being
ing being shown in every section visited by
Mrs. Moorhead. The prospects are
that next season there will be many
times the acreage planted in former
WHEN YOU TAKE COLD
With the average man a cold is a
serious matter and should not ",'
trifled with, as some o JJo,e roost dan
gerous diseases Start Wrs j,mon
cold. Take Chamberlain's' "Cough
Remedy and get nd of your cold as
quickly as possible. You are not ex experimenting
perimenting experimenting when you use this rem
edy, as it lias been m -'nssss
years and has anc
tion. It ps
That Catts has Been Urging Demo Democrats
crats Democrats to Vote for Republican
(Special to the Star)
Jacksonville, Nov. 3 Positive proof
was received at state democratic
headquartersJhte morning that S. J.
Catts, independent candidate for gov governor,
ernor, governor, is advising all democrats that
if they find themselves unable to sup support
port support him (Catts) then they should
vote for George W. Allen, republican
candidate. This proof is in the nature
of an affidavit signed by nine of the
leading citizens of Fellsmere, who are
all duly registered and qualified vot voters.
ers. voters. The affidavit, whis speaks for it
self, is as follows:
I nstate of Florida, ...
County of St. Lucie.
"The undersigned qualified voters
and residents of Fellsmere, St. Lucie
county, Fla., being first duly sworn.
on their oath depose and say that they
were each at a political meeting held
in the interest of Sidney J. Catts, on
October 14, 1916, at the Dixie play playhouse
house playhouse in Fellsmere, Fla., and did each
hear the said Sidney J. Catts, in a
public address, urge and implore the
voters of precinct No. 14, St. Lucie
county, Fla., to cast their ballots in
favor of Geo. W. Allen, the guberna gubernatorial
torial gubernatorial candidate of the republican
party, in the event they could not con consistently
sistently consistently vote for the said Sidney J.
"Signed : I. S. Lloyd, William L.
Dreier, William Alden James, John A.
Sutherland, R. F. Dunnam, F. W.
Dole, Q. V. Smith, D. H. Saunders, L.
Subscribed and sworn to before me
this day of October, A. D. 1916, at
Fellsmere, St. Lucie county, Fla.
Signed: H. M. Morphew,"
Blitchton, Nov. 2. Mr. Harry Ben
nett of Mcintosh will preach at the
Baptist church Sunday.
Dr. Blitch and Mr. Landis Blitch
returned Sunday from Lake City.
They went up to attend the Columbia-
Mercer football game, Saturday last.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch and Mr.
and. Mrs. G. V. Blitch motored to
Gainesville Tuesday. -We
expect to be well represented at
the Marion Baptist association at
Flemmgton Thursday and Friday.
A number of our young people at
tended a cane grinding party "at Mor Mor-riston
riston Mor-riston Friday night.
Mr. B. W. Stone of Morriston was
a Monday caller.
Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Blitch, Mrs. B.
R. Blitch, Messrs. J. J., Lynne, Landis,
Fenton and Goree Blitch, Dr. Blitch
and Misses Legie and Varina Blitch
were shopping in Ocala Wednesday.
Everybody is looking forward to
the Marion County Fair and cane
Mr. Goldman's car was wrecked
near here Wednesday. We are glad
no one was injured.
Mr. J. W. Coulter left Tuesday for
a few days in Jacksonville.
Mr. O. S. Sanders spent several
days week at Mcintosh.
Mr. Otis Sistrunk and Mrs. M. M.
Sistrunk of Montbrook, Miss Mabel
Hendrix and Mr. Mitchell of Mor Morriston
riston Morriston were Sunday callers.
sNine persons out of every ten who
f" ?i, with their feeV do not need a
longitudinal arch support but an an anterior
terior anterior metatarsal. Go to the man who
has stud; the anatomy of the foot
three y 4 get relief. Full line
ttle's Shoe Par-27-tf
OCALA, 'FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1916
NISHED THRU THE EVENING STAR TO THE PEOPLE OF
OCALA. BY THE ENTERPRISE OF GERIG'S DRUG STORE
Result of Bulletins Taken Yes Yesterday
terday Yesterday in Every Rexall
HOOSIER STATE ADDED TO WILSON AND SUBTRACTED FROM
(Special to the Star from the
BOSTON, NOV. 2, 7:53 P. M,
VOTE TAKEN TODAY WAS AS
IDAHO .. ..
MISSOURI .... ....
NEW MEXICO ....
SOUTH DAKOTA .
UTAH .... ........
VIRGINIA .... ....
WEST VIRGINIA .
SHOULD ROPE OFF THE STREETS
Whenever the street force oils a
street, it should be roped off until the
oil is sanded. One of our citizens ran
a fine auto into an oiled stretch of
street on Oklawaha avenue the other
night. The oil had been poured on
half the street,-but it was not roped
cff, lit nor guarded in any way. The
car skidded, broke its fender and a
lamp and did other damage amount amounting
ing amounting to several dollars; also the newly
cleaned car was fouled with the oil,
and the wheels were soaked with it to
the possible great damage of the tires.
The oil. is useful, but it is mighty
nasty stuff to get on one's feet, clothes
and cars, and the street force should
take precautions against such things
PICK YOUR WINNERS
The names of democratic electors
will be mixed on the ticket with the
electors of other parties. Democrats
names of their electors DeTore they go
should be certain to memorize the
to the polls. Following are the dem democratic
ocratic democratic elects fasten them in your
J. Turner Butler.
J. P. Clarkson.
- Frank Harris.
' Milton H. Mabry Sr.
Will H. Price.
United Drug Company)
-THE" RESULT OF THE STRAW
. ........ 7
... .. 29
.. ..... 18
CONNECTICUT .... .... ..
ILLINOIS . .... .... .....
MASSACHUSETTS .. ...
NEW YORK .......
--V ft ft M
CLIFFORD IS COMING
Billy "Single" Clifford, while in
England, was invited to spend a week
end in the country by a distinguished
and elderly duchess, who rather pat patronizes
ronizes patronizes Americans.
After Clifford, had arrived and had
been shown to the great hall, his
hostess came in. "Oh, Mr. Clifford,"
she gushed, "1 am so glad, so very
glad to have you as my guest! You see
I love Americans, and I know all
about you. Oh, indeed, yes I do I
know all about you."
Clifford looked around apprehen apprehensively.
sively. apprehensively. "If that's so," he asked, "how
did I get in?"
Mr. Clifford will be seen at the Tem Temple,
ple, Temple, theater Wednesday, Nov. 8, in
"Linger Longer Lucy."
A lady brass band and orchestra is
carried with Mr. Clifford's company.
The lady band will parade and play a
free concert on the streets at 4 p. m.
OPEN ALL NIGHT
Beginning tonight, Mr. B. B. Baum
will keep the Empire Cafe open night
and day, never closing the doors of
his popular eating house at alL
13 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
Advertsie in the Star.
Hughes and Wilson will Return
Long Branch, Nov. 3. President
Wilson returned here this morning
from New York. The president will
make the final speech of his campaign
here tomorrow. Special arrange arrangements
ments arrangements have been made for him to re receive
ceive receive the returns Tuesday night.
TEN WEEKS OF TRAVEL
New York, Nov. 3. Charles E.
Hughes, the republican nominee, end ended
ed ended his campaign tour today. He left
Albany this morning for a tour thru
the Hudson valley, ending with sev several
eral several speeches in Brooklyn tonight. Mr,
Hughes has been on the road about
two months and a half, traveling ap approximately
proximately approximately 28,000 miles through 33
SCADS HAVE BEEN SCARCE
Washington, Nov. 3. The republi republican
can republican national campaign fund totalled
$2,012,535 and the democratic fund
totalled $1,310,729 at the close of bus business
iness business October 30th, according to sup supplemental
plemental supplemental reports filed here today.
, The democratic committee reported
$304,456 collected since its first report,
while the republicans reported an ad addition
dition addition of $340,778. The republicans
had spent $1,886,569 and the demo
CAUGHT THE CRIMINALS
Police of New York Arrested Men
Implicated in Dynamite
New York, Nov. 3. Six- men, in including
cluding including several strikers, were arrest arrested
ed arrested here today charged with bringing
dynamite into the city and with caus causing
ing causing an explosion in the 110th street
subway station last week. The police
declared the arrests broke pp plots to
dynamite the 59th street and City
Hall stations. One man was said to
UNION MONEY USED
The police said evidence in hand in indicated
dicated indicated a special committee .used
union funds to finance the explosions.
BANKERS WILL TAKE
DAY OFF TO VOTE
Tuesday, Nov. 7th, 1916, being a
legal holiday (General Election Day)
in the state of Florida, the under undersigned
signed undersigned bands of this city will be clos closed
ed closed for business on that day.
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss
Following is the ticket nominated
by the socialists to be voted at the
election next Tuesday:
Presidential Electors: Franklin
Pimbley, J. H. Lastinger, Fred A.
Coles, W. W. Gordon, F. W. Cotton,
For governor: C. C. Allen.
Attorney General: Admer D. Miller.
Comptroller: Angelo Leto.
Treasurer: Carl Harter.
Railroad Commissioner: Charles F.
Justice of the Supreme Court: Jo Joseph
seph Joseph I. Granger.
U. S. Senator: R. L. Goodwin.
Congress, 1st District: Frank L.
Congress, 4th District: A. N. Jack Jackson.
son. Jackson. DESPONDENCY
When you feel discouraged and' de despondent,
spondent, despondent, do not give p but take a
dose 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.
VOL. 22 NO. 38
BEEN SCARCE AND RESULT WILL
RY HONEST AND THINKING MEN
LETTER FROM LAHEDO
Second Florida Regiment Has Plenty
of Strenuous Practice at
(Special to the Star)
Laredo, Texas, Oct. 30. The fol following
lowing following is a summary of the week's
doings of the Second Florida regi regiment.
ment. regiment. Monday a sham battle, two miles
east of Laredo.
Tuesday the regiment made an' all all-day
day all-day scouting trip, scouting over the
hills, pitching "dog" tents at noon.
Dinner was served in the field.
Wednesday was another one of
those twelve-mile hikes over rock cov covered
ered covered hills and thru clouds of alkali.
Knott Elected Governor
Sunday was election day in the Sec Second
ond Second Florida A straw vote was taken
by Sergeant Asher Frank of Co. H,
Tampa. There are many Cat( ts )
here, but for every (Cat(t) there was
a Knott. When the battle of votes
was over there were 39 more Knott
votes than there were for Catts.
Owing to the fact that Co. A has a
large delegation of Cattsites from
Oxford, Co A gave Catts a majority
of 14 votes. The soldier boys are
Knott for Catts. As these Catts have
only one life they will be harmless
on Nov. 7.
To prevent Mexicans from running
quarantine and bringing cattle, into
this country without duty, Co. A has
been stationed at Indian Ford, several
miles from Laredo.
Monday the First and Second bat battalions
talions battalions of the Second Florida go on
border patrol. They will be out two
weeks. The boys are all anxious for
some, real soldiering, being very tired
of this close camp life, tho there is no
dearth of excitement down here, as
there are plenty of horned toads,
snakes and -cactus. Everything here
has horns even the trees.
The Second Florida band of Palat Palat-ka,
ka, Palat-ka, under the leadership of Prof. J.
W. Chattaway, gave a concert Thurs Thursday
day Thursday night at the plaza. A piece com composed
posed composed by Prof. Chattaway and played
at this concert made quite a hit with
Col. Slocum is quoted as saying,
"The Second Florida is the best band
on the border." Chas. G. Woods.
AT OAK CHURCH
The ladies of the Baptist W. M. U.
will give a chicken pillau at the Oak Oak-Griner
Griner Oak-Griner Farm church Friday evening,
Nov. 10th. The public is cordially
invited. Proceeds to be used for the
benefit of the church. Five miles
north of Ocala on Anthony hard road.
Mrs. L. V. Helton,"
Mrs. J. S. Roberts,
Mis Annabell Roberts,
Miss Zenia Oliver,
wit dly tf Committee.
Genuine BUTTERNUT BREAD
"made in Ocala" by Carter's Bakery,
at 10 cents a loaf. Insist upon hav having
ing having Carter's. tf
13 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.
That dull, listless- oppressed feel feeling
ing feeling is d to impurities in your sys system,
tem, system, sluggish liver, clogged intestines. intestines.-Dr.
Dr. intestines.-Dr. King's New Life Pills give prompt
relief. A mild, easy, non-griping
bowel movement will tone up your
system and help to clear your muddy,
pimply complexion. Get a bottle of
Dr. King's New Life Pills today at
your druggist, 25c. A dose tonight
will make your cheerful at break breakfast.
fast. breakfast. 2
OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGEH & CAKKOLIj, PROPRIETORS
R. n. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavenffood, BosiacM Huagtr
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., pes tof flee as second class matter.
One year,, In advance
Six months, in advance ...
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance....
.....15.00 One year, in advance 11.00
2.50 ix month, in advance 4.25
1.25 Three months, in advance...... 2.25
, 10 One month. In advance SO
A VERSE FROM AN OLD SONG
"The good old mother dear,
"She would grab me by the ear,
"And spank me for not minding
"But I'd soon forget the pain,
"And go singing down the lane,
" 'A boy's best friend is his
If Catts believes in what he says, he
will have many disillusions in case he
t n 1 r 4- i y I
Burt w. Mcdonald
The Duval county democratic ex executive
ecutive executive 'committee has endorsed Knott
Vance McCormack declares Mr.
Wilson is certain of Ohio, Indiana and
Illinois, which would insure his election.
Fairbanks,-Alaska, one of the cold coldest
est coldest places in America was named aft after
er after the republican candidate for vice
As will be seen by yesterday's
straw vote, Indiana with its fifteen
votes leftythe Hughes column and
went to that of Wilson.
The British admit the loss of six
drift net boats in the recent Prussian
naval raid on channel traffic, in addi addition
tion addition to the craft first listed as destroyed.
Berlin reports the safe arrival in a
German port of the submarine U-53,
which made a raid on commence off
Nantucket after a sensational call at
Newport, R. I.
John Wanamaker has begun an ad advertising
vertising advertising campaign for Mr. Hughes
to offset work being done by Henry
Ford for Mr. Wilson. When dough dough-bag
bag dough-bag meets doughbag, then, comes the
tug of wan
All his friends (and they are many)
in this city deeply regret to hear of
the death tf Mr. B. W. McDonald,
who passed away at St. Luke's hos
pital in Jacksonville last night.
Mr. McDonald came to Ucala a
dozen years or more ago from Winter
Haven, to take a position here. He
made good in a business way and also
found a place in the social life of the
city. He was a very reliable as well
as pleasant young man, ; an4 there
have been few of his age and length
of residence who were more highly
A few years ago, Mr. McDonald
was married to Miss Fletcher Condon,
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Con Condon,
don, Condon, and one of Ocala's brightest and
m est lovable girls. Shortly after the
young people removed to Jacksonville,
where they have since made their
heme, but sometime visiting Ocala,
where there was always a warm wel
come for them.
A few days ago, while busy in the
factory where he. was- employed, Mr,
McDonald caught his hand in the ma machinery
chinery machinery and lost a finger. As the re
sult of, the wound blood poisoning set
in, and after some days of intense
suffering he passed away.
Beside his widow, he leaves a little
daughter, Florrie Mae. Their Ocala
friends sympathize deeply with the
widow and orphan in their sorrow,
and sincerely deplore the loss of a
lman who well filled his place in life
and performed his duties with a brave
and cheerful spirit. f
Catts' assertion that he will employ
Goethals to drain the everglades is
about like Catts. Any man who would
believe it would be vastly ignorant. It
is to be doubted that Goethals ever
heard of Catts and it's probable that
he never will.
In Santo Domingo, the other day,
where our armed forces are doing
what Mr. Wilson says it is immoral
for them to do in Mexico, there was a
bloody battle, in which several of our
marines were wounded and in return
shot some forty or ffity of their
dusky assailants. .
Catts declared in a speech at Plant
City that 4000 negroes were register registered
ed registered in Volusia county to vote for Knott.
Anybody but a blanked fool knows
there are not 4000 negro votes in any
county in Florida. There are only a
little over '4000 registered voters in
Volusia county, and at least three three-fourths
fourths three-fourths of them are white.
Prominent public man startled us
yesterday by saying American would
be at war with Germany in thirty
days. We can't see why.. After pass passing
ing passing up the death of over a hundred
people, some of them world famous,
when the Lusitania sa'nk, we surely
are too proud to fight about half a
dozen horse wranglers who went
down with a transport.
The Catts campaign committee has
asked the district attorney to send
federal officers to Tampa to. watch the
election of Tuesday. Federal inter interference
ference interference with state elections is what
the democrats of the South made a
brave struggle against over a quarter
of a century ago, and with the aid of
David B. Hill and other northern
democrats won. A southern man who
favored the force bill in 1890 vas con considered
sidered considered a traitor to his people!
Senator Lodge is a man of high
reputation. People expect great
things of him. Consequently his story
of the postscript to the Lusitania
note at first caused a great sensation.
But when it was found what flimsy
evidence he had to support his asser assertion,
tion, assertion, everybody was disgusted to find
that a man like Lodge could start
such a report with so little to back it
We have received the initial copy of
the New Port Richey Post, Powell's
latest paper. It IS x handsome four four-page
page four-page sheet, printed on book paper,
well illustrated and filled with ,, boost
stuff that Powell knows so well how
to write. Port Richey' is a pretty lit little
tle little place on the coast of Pasco fcounty.
Powell is secretary of its board of
trade as well as publisher of its
newspaper, and that means Pori
Richey wi!l be put on the map in glit glittering
tering glittering letters. We are going to see
it some time.
It is easy to see by the lien of
promises handed out by the esteemed
Catts that he expects to be elected not
only governor but the legislature". He
talks about what he will do as though
he expected to have the powers of a
czar. Everybody who knows any anything
thing anything knows that the -governor of
Florida can't put a law on the statute
books, nor take one off, nor take a
dollar out ;of the treasury, nor even
order out a company of state troops
without a request from local officers.
As time passes there is less interest
manifested in Hallowe'en. In contrast
to this lact there is more precaution
taken against the pranKs the boys
generally play. Yesterday afternoon
many people could be seen depositing
their gates in safe places, and rid
ding their porches of everything mov movable,
able, movable, chairs, flower pots, etc. The no-
Ike force was increased considerably,
and men were placed in all parts of
town to see that no private property
was destroyed. Another -thing, their
regular leaders .were not here. Some
have moved their residence from this
city, while others are on the plains of
Texas. Ocala Star, Nov. 1.
Editor Star: I think this an unjust
advantage and should be corrected, as
the regular leaders are not on the
plains of Texas, but all that have not
moved away are in the city and the
reason they were not now active is in
your paper of October 31, 1916. I call
your attention to this through justice
to the boys who are men with back backbone
bone backbone enough to be on the plans ot
Texas. Very truly,
Geo.' C. Woods.
The Star accepts Mr. Woods cor correction;
rection; correction; "but it doesn't think any of
the boys on the border will be ag aggrieved
grieved aggrieved with coupling them with Hal Hallowe'en
lowe'en Hallowe'en pranks. We've all been there.
Friend Benjamin of the Ocala Star
recently intimated that Friend Dean
of the Miami Metropolis was a "north "northern
ern "northern man of the bitter ( extreme, south south-hating,
hating, south-hating, negro-loving kind generally
fanatical prohibitionists, or socialists,
who are almost all supporters of
Catts." This follows a controversy
between the two editors over the
charge of the Star that the Metrop Metropolis
olis Metropolis had called upon democrats to
scratch the name of Hon Frank Har Harris,
ris, Harris, editor of the Ocala Banner and
nominee for presidential elector, from
the ticket Now Friend Benjamin,
anti-Cattsite, is an honorable, hard hardhitting
hitting hardhitting editor who is always fighting
openly and forcefully for what he
deems to be right, and Friend Dean,
Cattsite, fights in the same way.' He
is not a northern man, but was born
in Alabama and his father was a
Scuth Carolinian and his mother a
Virginian. Seems to us that Benja Benjamin
min Benjamin and Dean ought to meet on half halfway
way halfway ground next Wednesday and cele celebrate
brate celebrate "Make-Up and Forget It Day."
We did not intend said intimation
to apply to "Friend Dean." De do not
expect to leave Ocala next Wednesday,
but if "Friend Dean" should come this
way at any time, he will find a latch latch-string
string latch-string as long is a well rope hanging
out at the Star office. We do not
create nor cherish grudges in our
We cut the following excellent ante ante-election
election ante-election advice from the DeLand
"In the meantime, keep cool. You
and I and the other fellow will have
to live side by side whether Catts or
Allen or Knott happens to receive
the most votes. And bacon will be
just as high whichever wins."
Iclver k H
fft'Bi'RTASERS and E&BAlliERS
PHONES 47. 104, 305
Ocala, Fla., Nov. 1, 1916.
To the. Democratic Voters of Marion
On this the eve of the general elec election
tion election to be held November 7th, 1916, as
the democratic nominee for the office
of sheriff of Marion county, Florida, I
desire to present to you the facts in
reference to the primary election held
June 6th, 1916, wherein it has been
determined thaP I received the high highest
est highest number of votes cast Inline demo democratic
cratic democratic primary of June 6th, as candi candidate
date candidate for sheriff of our county, and am
therefore the democratic nominee for
that office, and to ask the complete
perusal of and careful consideration
of this communication by all demo democratic
cratic democratic voters.
The state of Florida and its govern governmental
mental governmental affairs have been controlled by
you and your fellow democrats of this
state since 1876, when by the elec election
tion election of the Hon. George Drew as gov governor
ernor governor of Florida, you and your fellow
democrats wrested the control of the
state governmental affairs from the
hated and disgraceful "carpet bag baggers,"
gers," baggers," who had Deen forced upon the
people of Florida as a result of the
civil war, as a part of the aftermath
and suffering to which Florida and our
southland was subjected.
So, my fellow democrats, you have
since controlled the state government,
have enacted the laws, including those
governing elections and have estab established
lished established your courts, elected your judg judges
es judges and have passed the statutes gov governing
erning governing those courts in the adminis adminis-thation
thation adminis-thation of your laws, and be those
courts, those laws and those statutes
what they may, they are yours, for
you have made and created them by
Since years and years ago I became
a voter, I have been a democrat, ever
true to the democratic principle that
in a free government as is ours, the
will of the majority shall rule, and
that democrats must abide by and
stand fast to the will of the party's
majority, or to the will of such part
of the party as the party should sub substitute
stitute substitute for that majority.
On June 6th, last, after a heated
campaign of several months, the white
democratic electors of this county had
before them five candidates for the
office of sheriff of Marion county
myself, Mr. Gordon, Mr. Adams, Mr.
Lewis and Mr. Priest all supposedly
loyal democrats, who had offered
themselves to the democratic voters
that a party representative might be
selected, not according to each indi
vidual voter's opinion, but by the wil
of the greatest number 'of democrats
voting according to the law that you
through your representatives had pro
We five candidates for sheriff, by
participating in that primary, at least
impliedly solemnly promised and
pledged ourselves to you and to each
other that we would stand to and
abide by the actual result of your
ballots cast on that day in that pri
mary. That was and is a democratic
principle, and it was an immemorial
custom of our party that each candi
date participating therein should
stand to and abide by the will of the
party as expressed by the electors at
the polls by their ballots, in accord
ance witn the election laws ol our
state, and to me, as a democrat and
as a man, that sacred pledge stands
as binding as if we candidates had
given it upon our oaths, as we im
pliedly gave it byv participating in the
democratic party's councils and in the
affairs of the party. Small favor any
of us would have found with you had
we intimated that we would hot be
bound by its results! To a man of
honor and of priuc'.pld au implied
pledge is as binding as an oath, and
any who don't so hold is unfit to be a
democrat and to exercise the rights
o; an elector under our free govern
On June 6th, the democrats of this
county cast their ballots, and then
you settled the democratic party's
choice of its candidate for sheriff of
Marion county, to stand on November
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7th as your democratic representa representative
tive representative against all comers, be they re re-pubilcan.
pubilcan. re-pubilcan. socialist, prohibitionist, in independent
dependent independent or what not, and every
elector of this county, by participat participating
ing participating in that democratic primary gave
to each of his fellow democrats and
to each candidate his implied promise
to stand to and abide by the result,
and on November 7th to stand true
to the democratic party and to its
principles, and to support its nomi
nees in the general election. To
man of honor and of principle an im
plied pledge is as binding as an oath
'As is shown by their conduct, Mr
Gordon, Mr. Lewis and Mr. Priest
are men of honor and of principle
and by abiding the result of the pri
mary of June 6th and lending me their
active support to secure my election
in November are exhibiting to you ma
terial evidence that they are men o
principle and of honor, who are loya:
democrats, ever ready and willing to
abide and respect the will of their par
ty, and men to whom an implied
pledge is a solemn, binding obliga
un November 7th, in tne genera
election, my name will appear before
you as the democratic nominee for
sheriff and it will be there by reason
of the fact that on June 6th the elect
ors of the democratic party actually
cast the greatest number of their
first and second choice votes for me
ana 11 1 were not satisfied that on
that day they did actually cast the
greatest number of their votes for
me, I assure you that I would not be
now before you as a candidate, as
would hold myself too much of a man
to.be still contending before you for
an office for which you had rejected
As compared with the sacrifice and
slaughter of democratic principles
and the destrtuction and disruption
and final defeat of the democratic
party in v this state, the .matter o
which man serves you as your sheriff
for the next four years is of smal
concern to me, and should be to every
white democrat of Marion county.
On June 6th, after the electors had
deposited their ballots in the boxes
and the polls were closed, it was the
duty of the clerks and inspectors to
correctly count and tabulate the votes
cast for the five candidates for sher
iff, and those votes were correctly
counted as to numbers, but they were
not correctly tabulated and credited
to the respective candidates for which
they were in fact cast. Small errors
were found scattered about over the
county, some in my favor and some
in favor of Mr. Adams, but the most
material error found was that made
in the precinct of Pedro. According
to the ballots actually cast for sheriff
the vote was:
Tirst Second Total
Choice Choice Vote
Adams.. ... ..7 8 15
Galloway. .. ..8 3 11
Gordon.. .. ..5 2 .7
Lewis 6 4 10
Priest.. .. ..15 12 27
As tabulated by the inspectors and
clerks the vote was:
First Second Total
Choice Choice Vote
Adams 7 18 25
Galloway. .. ..8 0 8
Gordon.. .. ..5 0 5
Lewis.. 6 0 6
Priest 15 0 15
By a comparison of the above any
one can see that by the incorrect tab
ulation of the votes of Pedro precinct
Adams received and was credited
with 10 second choice votes that were
not cast for him, that he was not en
titled to receive and that were in fact
cast for us other candidates, and that
were wrongfully taken from us and
from the electors who cast them, the
said electors being by this error, de
prived of their rights in the election.
The only wrong that has been done
Mr. Adams was to take these and a
few other like votes from him and
give them to those candidates for
whom they were in fact voted, and
to whom they rightfully belonged!
A great wrong to jusltfy a man to
bolt his party and to become an inde
Had this error of improperly giving
Adams 10 votes which were not cast
for him, not occurred, I would have
been the nominee on the face of the
returns, and would have been so de
clared by the county canvassing
board, and to clearly establish this
fact I state that it is a fact that the
inspectors and clerk of Pedro precinct
made this same mistake in favor of
Mr. Catts against Mr. Knott, and when
those inspectors and clerk were in
Ocala re-counting the votes in the
Knott-Catts contest they admitted
that they had made such mistakes,
and were glad to correct them.
The county canvassing board met
and tabulated the returns made by
the inspectors and clerks, added them
together and declared the result, hav
ing authority under the law to do this
and only this and nothing more. By
that action, and by reason of the Pe
dro precinct error Mr. Adams had
one vote more than I did, and by the
ace of the returns, including errors,
he was the nominee, but those returns
showed on their face that errors had
been made, and I filed my petition
with Judge Bullock asking and secur securing
ing securing a re-count and a correction of
these errors by Commissioners Gerig,
Crook and Jewett, men .whom Mr. Ad
ams and myself, through our attor attorneys,
neys, attorneys, agreed were fair men, and would
give to us both a correct count and a
square deal, and all the ballots were
counted in our presence and In the
presence of our respective attorneys.
and such of the public who cared to
attend. While I desired, offered and
asked a recount of the entire county,
under the facts and circumstances
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the law allowed me to recount only
seven precincts, but all the remaining
precincts were recounted at the re request
quest request of Mr. Adams, and he received
benefits from my recount, and I re received
ceived received benefits from his recount, and
in the end it was apparent and was
determined that on June 6th, 1916, the
democratic electors participating in
the primary had actually cast 705
votes for me and 697 votes for Adams,
choosing me as their candidate by 8
It was proved that no fraud had
been committed and no ballots had
been tampered with.
Mr." Adams name will appear be before
fore before you as a candidate, but I desire
to call your attention to the fact that
he appears as an independent, and as
a bolter of the democratic party, and
not as the democratic nominee. Each
democrat who votese fo rhim on No November
vember November 7th thereby becomes a bolter
and leaves the democratic party! Are
you going to do it?
Mr. Adams is saying that the court
took his nomination away, and fur further
ther further that it ordered him to deliver up
a certificate, when he in fact had
none, and it ordered him to pay the
costs. These things were !lone, but
when attention and consideration was
given to the points Judge Bullock
promptly corrected those matters by
j-an amended order, and In this Mr. Ad
ams is attempting to deceive an in intelligent
telligent intelligent people to make a "mountain
out of a mole hill. No injury or wrong
was done him, and that is not the is issue
sue issue before the democratic voters of
The issues are: Is Adams a bolter
of the democratic party? And are you
going to bolt the party with him?..
Keep these issues clear In your
mind until and on November 7th. By
what, right can Mr. Adams ask. you,'
as democrats, to support and vote for
If you doubt that he had a square
deal ask Commissioners Gerig, Crook
ahd Jewett. Ask his able attorneys,
R. A. Burford, L. N. Green and W. K.
Respectfully, yours, for honest and
JOHN P. GALLOWAY,
Democratic Nominee for Sheriff of
Marion County, Florida, d&w It
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First Informal Gathering of the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Club
The officers of the Commercial Club
have been most cordial in their invita invitation
tion invitation to the young folks of Ocala to use
their lovely ball room. Last night the
following took advantage of the invi invitation:
tation: invitation: Mr. and Mrs. Jim Taylor, Mrs.
Clifton Camp, Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Burford Jr., Misses Alice Bullock,
Mary Burford and. Ruby Gissendaner,
Messrs. Holmes Walters, Carlisle Iz Iz-lar,
lar, Iz-lar, Norton Davis and Clarence Mef Mef-fert.
fert. Mef-fert. Miss Aikens' Dinner Party
Miss Mabel Aikens entertained at
n charming dinner party last night.
The dining room was 1 shaded with
Japanese lights. The table was espe especially
cially especially attractive, being covered with a
beautiful Japanese cloth. Japanese
dishes only were used. In the center
of the table was a large angel cake
with lighted tapers, a large one in
the center, taking alternate pink and
white ribbons to the six places,, the
pink one stied to little baskets of
mints, the white ones each to a little
Japanese doll. The place cards were
hand-painted with Japanese scenes.
; A' three course dinner was served,
of fried oysters, creamed chicken,
rice, peas in timbals, salad, sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, olives and fruit gelatin with
After dinner rook was played for
Woman's Club Meeting
The Woman's Club will meet tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon in regular session at
3 o'clock. The executive board will
meet promptly at 2:30. j
Mrs.' R. L. Anderson, the new pres president,
ident, president, will speak a few words of
greeting to the Club.
Mrs. R; A. Burford and Mrs. Wil William
liam William Hocker will make reports on
their visit to the Bi-ennial.
Mrs. Tydings will tell of "Club
Experiences of the Past Year."
All members are urged to be pres
ent as matters of importance will be
taken up. L. L. Brumby,
Mr. and Mrs. George K. Robinson
returned last night from Gainesville.
Mr. R. A. Burford Jr. arrived yes
terday afternoon from Tampa, where
he has been the guest of Mr. Osco
Mrs. E. A. Osborne, who has beer)
spending the summer in the moun mountains
tains mountains of North Carolina, is expected
Mrs. T. C. Carter,lklrs. Fanny An
thony and daughter, Mrs. Harry Webb
of Houston, Texas, motored to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Thursday. V
Mr. Frank Ditto was called to Bir
mingham, Ala., Wednesday by the
serious illness of his only sister, Mrs.
Marguerite Clark and Pauline
Frederick are in the movies for good,
but Hazel Dawn has deserted them for
the musical stage.
Hosts of friends of Mrs. Thomas
Sexton will be glad to hear that she is
doing splendidly at the Marion County
Hospital. Mrs. Sexton's operation
was very successful.
Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Scruggs of Lau
derdale, Miss., are receiving congrat
ulations on the arrival of a dainty lit
tle daughter who came Hallowe'en.
Mrs. Scruggs as Miss Mildred Hen
dricks made several visits to Ocala.
Among those3" attending the Baptist
association meeting in Flemington are
Mr. and Mrs. J. D. Robertson, Mrs.
Paul Durand, Mrs. F. E. McClane,
Mrs. W. A. Goin, Mrs. J. C. Caldwell,
Mrs. A. R. Sandlin, Mrs. Emma Perry,
Mrs. Morrison, Miss Marguerite Por
ter, Miss Katherine Livingston and
Miss Frances Tarver.
The armory is most attractively
decorated for the Methodist festival
tonight. Dahlias and yellow daisies
adorn the different tables. The "post-
office" is in the center of the back part
of the building and looks like a little
white building, covered with vines
The prices are most reasonable for
oysters, salads, cakes and candies.
During the past year the Ocala W.
C. T. U. with Mrs. George Martin as
the efficient president, has been un unusually
usually unusually active. Few of the meetings
however, and little of the work have
been adequately reported to the pa papers.
pers. papers. We are therefore giving the
following resume of tne year's work:
The year began in November and
during this month the W. C. T. U.
conducted a restaurant on the fair
grounds by which, with hard work
and generous donations by many of
our merchants, friends and other
unions in the county, they cleared
about three hundred dollars. The suc success
cess success of the undertaking was "due to
these donations and to the untiring
efforts of Mrs. B. H. Seymour, the
general manager for the Ocala union.
Mrs. Seymour, in recognition of her
services, was presented on behalf of
the union by Mrs. Van Hood, then the
acting president, a beautiful W. C.
T. U. pin, the white ribbon bow done
in pearls set in gold. : The presenta presentation
tion presentation was made at the silver tea held
at the residence of Mrs. W. T. Gary,
on Willard Memorial Day, Feb. 17,
On December 7th, the wet or dry
election was held at which time the
sale of intoxicants in open saloons
was discontinued in Marion county.
In this campaign the W. C. T. U. took
no small part. It paid the expenses
and fee of Mr. Wm. D. Upshaw from
Georgia, who spent two weeks speak speaking
ing speaking throughout the county. It spread
literature in every precinct and held
meetings at which its state president,
Miss Minnie E. Neal spoke. It paid
for the use of the Temple theater for
several evenings and paid the band to
play for the open air meetings. Many
incidental expenses were also met by
the W. C. T. U. at this time.
On March 5th Mrs. Mary Harris
Armour, one o the greatest woman
speakers in the world, spoke in the
Temple theater to a full house. A gen generous
erous generous collection was taken at this
meeting which went into the state
treasury to aid in state work.
Much literature has been sent out,
especially by the medical temperance
superintendent, Miss Emma Wash
burn, who has mailed 4311 pages to
fifty physicians residing in Marion
county. Miss Washburn received the
prize at the last state convention for
the best work done in medical tem
One hundred copies of the cigarette
laws printed on cards were placed in
conspicuous places. Literature has
been placed in the jails and testa testaments
ments testaments supplied the prisoners by Mrs.
R D. Loveridge, superintendent of
jails and prisons.
Mrs. Van Hood, superintendent of
work among the colored people, has
held meetings and had speaking in
their churches by Mr. Upshaw, Miss
Neal and Mrs. Armour, beside doing
much personal work and keeping the
colored hospital supplied with litera-
As superintendent of medical con
tests Mrs. G. D. Washburn has held
more contests than any ether super- j
intendent in the United States and for j
this work shes received from the na- j
tional superintendent a beautiful gold
medal and also one from the state
The flower mission under Mrs. D. I
W. Tompkins and Mrs. Baxter Cam
has done much good work sending to
the sick and "shut ins" beautiful
flowers and delicacies and groceries to
the poor. Nursing and visiting the
sick have also been done as mission
work of the union. I
Through the influence of the W. C.
T. U. many of the whisky signs have
been removed from our streets. I
The following red letter days have
been observed with special programs:
March 1st, Union Signal day, the
birthday of the national president,
Mrs. L..M. N. Stevens, at the Presby
terian church with special program
by Mrs. E. E. Packham.
Feb. 17th, Frances Willard Memor
ial day, a silver tea at the residence
of Mrs. W. T. Gary. A part of the
silver gift from this tea went into the
June 9th, Flower Mission day, at
Presbyterian church, with program
by Mrs. W.' D. Tompkins. Many beau
tiful flowers were brought to this
meeting and distributed afterwards
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
In addition to our low
prices on the season's best
Millinery Styles, we em employ
ploy employ an expert milliner who
will assist you in clesigning
and offer suggestions. Our
work-room is also at the
disposal of our patrons.
HAIR WORK and
Ocala House Block
Opposite Gerig's Drug
Our Complete Line of
HAVE JUST ARRIVED
Russia, Gun Metal
Vicis and Kangaroo
A Shoe for
A's to Ws
English, Hump and
Erary Foot a
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to the hospital, jail and other sick and
On June 13th, at the armory, a sup
per was tendered the soldier boys
eaving for Black Point. A short pro
gram was given before the. supper at
which several of the ministers of the
city spoke and the Ocala band played.
A souvenir bouquet tied with the
white ribbon and flower mission card
was pinned to each man's coat by a
number of Ocala's sweet young girls.
In August a number of the mem
bers of the Kendrick and Ocala unions
and a few friends gathered at the
home of Mrs. W. T. Gary and made
comfort bags for" the boys at Black
Point. One hundred and eleven in all
were made, some being made by the
Belleview union. The expense of the
material for these bags amounted to
$15.50 and was met by the Ocala
union with the exception of two dol-
ars worth of material given by Mr.
Jerry Burnett, and a percentage off
on good purchased at Frank's store
and H. B. Masters.
On October 8th a beautiful memor
ial service was held at the Presbyter-
an church in memory of three of the
deceased members of the union, Mrs.
J. H. Livingston, Mrs. J. L. Parr and
Mrs. E. P. Rentz. All of these wom women
en women had been active members and en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic believers in the cause of
Miss May Parr has had placed
upon the memorial list of the state
book' the names of her father and
mother, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Parr, and
;he name of Mrs. Livingston will also
be added. The last public act of Mr.
Parr was to leave his bed in order to
cast his vote on the side of temper temperance
ance temperance in the election of 1913.
During the year delegates, have
been sent and their expenses paid to
the state convention in Orlando and
the district convention at Williston.
The Ocala union has at present
sixty-four paid up members and the
officers for the coming year are as f ol-
ows: Mrs. B. H. Seymour, president;
Mrs. E. Van 'Hood, vice president;
Mrs. W. T. Gary, corresponding sec secretary;
retary; secretary; Mrs. E. E. Packham, record recording
ing recording secretary; Mrs. G. D. Washburn,
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N XJ FORM
W. B. Nuf orm Corsets
give Style, Comfort and perfectly
fitting Gown. Long wearing, they
assure the utmost in a corset at,
most Econocucal Price. $3.00
make large hips disappear ; bulky
waist-lines more graceful; awk awkward
ward awkward bust-lines smaller -and
neater, and have the "old corset"
comfort with the first fitting.
$5.00 and $3.00.
VEINGARTEN BROS., Inc. New York, Chicago, San Francisco
Encourage home industry by IN
SISTING on having CARTER'S
bread and cakes. None better made.
Carter's Bakery. tf
TYKS : CO.
NEW FALL GARDEN SEED NOW
Also Flower and Field Seeds
CHOICEST DRUGS AND DRUG
All mail orders carefully and
TYDINGS & COMPANY
Druggists and Seedsmen
Ocala, Florida. Telephoni No. 30
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
to Leo Colle
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile" East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and Y.OUNG
MRN. iNCORF ORATED JUNL 4. lbTO A
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
' $225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
O. P. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
C L, TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TEKfjl OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13,1916
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates mr4e on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Othr
Contractor in thr city.
"mm ..STAR 1ME
M E W (D)
Collier Bros. Phone 269
Put an Ad. in the Star
OCALA EVENING STAR, IRIDAY, NOVEMBER 3, 1916
Magazines at The Book Shop. 3t
Dr. R. D. Fuller's office phone is
Mr. Mr. C. V. Miller of Tampa is
spending several days in Ocala.
The Evening star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.
Baskets of all kinds at The Book
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.
Pictures, framed and unframed, a
The Book Shop. 3t
Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
New novels coming in regularly at
The Book Shop. 3t
We have a bunch of live wire mon mon-ey
ey mon-ey saving cash specials on for Satur Saturday
day Saturday and next week. See our ad. or
call on us. O. K. Teapot Grocery. It
Coca-cola made in Atlanta, made
famous in Ocala at Gerig's.
Don't forget the new Victor records
at The Book Shop. 3t
13 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries on Sat
urday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
When thirsty drink at Gerig's
Ocala's popular coca-cola fountain.
Mr. W. S. Hilands is expected to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to return from a visit to
Insist on having Carter's Delicious
Cake (five flavors) 10 cents. tf
For delicious hot biscuits use Juba
v Self-Rising Flour. At all grocers. 6t
For service first, trade at Gerig's
Ocala's best drug store.
We have a bunch of live wire mon money
ey money saving cash specials on for Satur Saturday
day Saturday and next week. See our ad. or
call on us. O. K. Teapot Grocery. It
Mr. Joe Caldwell and a friend may
drink bottled coca-cola at the expense
of this company if .they will present
this notice at the store of Mr. Reece
Hunnicuft, in the second ward. The
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
REPORT OF SCHOOL FUNDS, MARION COUNTY, PERIOD. ENDING
' JUNE 30, 1916
The following report of the receipts and disbursements of the SCHOOL
FUNDS OF MARION COUNTY for the six- months ending June 30th, 1916,
with the balances and the amount of warrants outstanding', and a statement
of the ASSETS AND LIABILITIES and the value of the SCHOOL property of
said MARION COUNTY as reported by the County School Board, and the
superintendent of public instruction on the thirtieth day of June, 1916, Is
hereby published under the provisions of Chapter 6813 of the Laws of 1915.
W. V. Knott, Comptroller.
GENERAL SCHOOL FUND
Treasurer's balance Dec. 31st, 1915. ...f
Warrants outstanding Dec. 31, 1915..
Deficit Deccmfir 31st. 1915..
RECEIPTS: Dec. 31st, 1915, to June sw.
1916. From: All sources
Making deficit in fund
DISBURSEMENTS: Dec. 31sU 1915, to
June 30th, 1916.
FOR: Salaries of teachers
Repairs to buildings
Domestic science department
Incidentals for schools
Salary superintendent .
Traveling expenses superintendent ...
Per diem and mileage of imembers of
Commissions of treasurer
Incidentals for board and superintend superintendent
ent superintendent ....
Expenses of examinations ............
Tuition paid for county line pupils....
Tax collector's commissions
Salary home demonstration agent....
Making deficit in fund
Less warrants cancelled
.Actual deficit June 30th, 1916 .........
Warrants outstanding June 30, 1916...
Treasurer's balance June 30th. 1916...
REPORT OF ASSETS AND LIABILITIES
General School Fond
ifaTance cash in treasury
Uncollected taxes, including current year
Special Tax DUtrlct
Balance casn in treasury ..
Uncollected taxes, Including current
xd.ia.ii;v vttou ;
TA1-AA ah n Kni IntPTPSt J4 Tl Cl S1T1
Warrants outstanding for current expenses S.0X1.TS
lime war r tiii is uuisiauums
Current warrants outstanding
Time warrant souisianaing
TOTAL .......... .......
School houses and lots
School furniture ......
Other school property
School houses and lots
Other school property ;
MAUION COUNTYREPORT OF BOND INTEREST AND SINKING FUNDS
SIX MONTHS ENDINGO JUNE 30, 1918
u ci 4
O 3 9J
$75 000.00 -$5,217.60
Totals $6,284.36 $87,000.00 $7,707.94
MOVING PICTURE FEATURES
"The Heir to the Hoorah," at the For
Temple last .night was a story of
sparkling interest. There was a lot r
human nature, most 'entertaingly
brought out, in it, and it wound up I
with a happy finale.
"Damon and Pythias" tonight is a
great educational and historical pic
ture, an illustration of an incident
that took place over two thousand
years ago and so riveted itself upon
the minds of men that the moral is not
lost or its memory not likely ever to
fade. The story of Damon and Py-
thias stands out bright on the pages
of history, dramas innumerable have
been written about, a great fraternal
order has been founded upon it and
nobody should miss the chance of see-
ing it this evening.
Hnvften Owens, a voune Nimrod.l
living four miles from town, on the
. ... 'i J. I
Martel road, KHiea a Dig catamount.
this morning! The animal was over
three feet long, with claws like eight-
penny nails. The young men deserves
credit for such a feat.
Raymond, Edmondson, one of the
Western Union boys, feels a foot
higher today. Raymond is from New-
port News,Va., and while there made
the acquaintance of Victor .Carlstrom,
the aviator, who made the record
flight from Chicago to New York yes-
terday and today.
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
B. C. Boyles, manager of the
Keystone Type Foundry, Atlanta, and
Mr. M. T. Lallatte, traveling sales
man for the same firm, were welcome
visitors to the Star office today.
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
me dioou; dizziness, muuusi-coo uu
; u, -Jaa mmiav;nn o tti
it. Li-.j. j- J t
distressing effects. A dose of Dr.
King's New Life Pills tonight will as-
sure you x f ree, full bowel movement
Anyone wishing to buy an UNUSU UNUSUALLY
ALLY UNUSUALLY GOOD 6-year old HORSE
weighing 800 pounds, 12 hands high;
works single or double, excellent un-
der saddle, call, write or phone H. V.
Lee, fcastiake, la. JSl-bt
W. iv. Lane, M. D., rnysician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
year .. ..
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; ; xX X
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b es a
7,386.64 $2,211.67 $75,000.00
. J 2,096.00 800.79 ; 12,000.00
; 9.408.96 88.24 8.000.00
$18,831,60 .-. $3,100.70 s $95,000.00
. Woodrow Wilson
or vice rresiaent
l nomas aiarsnan
J. Turner Butler.
J. P. Clarkson.
Milton H. Mabry Sr.
Will H. Price.
For United States Senator
For Congressman Second District
W. V. Knott.
For Secretary of State
- H. Clay Crawford.
t or State Treasurer
J. t-. tuning.
For State Superintendent of Schools
TIT XT dtnno
For Justices Supreme Court
Jefferson B. Browne.
For Railroad Commissioner
Royal C. Dunn.
For Adjutant General
J. Uiinora k. foster.
For the House of Representatives
W. J. crosny.
' L. S. Light,
For County Judge
W. E. bmith.
t or Sheriff
J. P. Galloway.
For Clerk Circuit Court
P. H. Nugent.
For Superintendent Public Schools
J. H. Brinson.
For Tax Assessor
Por Tax Collector
W. W. Stripling.
For Supervisor of Registration
D. M. Barco.
For County Surveyor
L. B. Marsh.
For County Commissioners
First District W. D. Cam
Second District J. G. Barlein.
Third District J. W. Davis.
Fourth District N. A. Fort.
Fifth District Walter Luffman.
- c ii t j
for Members of School Board
First District G. S. Scott.
Second District C. R. Veal,
District Allen Stevens.
For Justice of Peace
TV. a. tieacuau
German service at the Broadway
church Sundav. Nov. 5. 2:30 p. m.
H. Niedernhoef er. Pastor.
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL
When you have plumbing or elec
trical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
too small, tf i H. W. Tucker.
WILL SHOW RETURNS
The Court Pharmacy has made ar
rangements with the Postal Tele
graph company to receive the returns
from the election next Tuesday eve
ning and will display them in its
PINE TAR RELIEVES A COLD
Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey contains
all the soothing elements of the pine
forest. It heals the irritated mem mem-I
I mem-I brane, and by its antiseptic properties
loosens the phlegm, you breatne -eas
ier, ana wnat prumiseu lu oe cci
cold has been broken up. For that
stuffed-up feeling, tight chest or sore
throat take a dose of Dr. Benn's Pine
Tar Honey and prevent a wearing
hacking cough dragging through the
wmer. At your druggist, zoc. d
Paris is showing Ostrich
yiuuiea miu i auuj icauicis
on all Dress hats-this means
tney snau oe worn universal
ly next Season. Be prepared
uy no w- e bought a large
suDDly of evervthm m the
. . i
OStHCh line and Offer them
Degmning next Monaay, wo
vember 6th. at ft n'Hnnk a
I a." Saving of 25 per Cent. Se
i i .
lect what you want and take
One-fOUrth Oil Tegular Selling
SEE OUR SHOW WIN
Mrs. T. J, Morrison,
Next Door to Counts Grocery
: E. C JORDAN & CO.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla,
(Continued from Third Page)
Mr. Edward Bissell Savage and
Miss Edith O. Raulerson were quietly
mnrripl lncf Tnecrfnv mnrninor at the
home of the bride's mother near Ar-
cadia. Rev. Smith officiating The
bride was handsomely dressed in a
traveling suit of blue cloth combined
with blue satin and
The bridal couple arrived in this
city Wednesday and will be the guests
of relatives for several days before
going to housekeeping.
Mrs. Savage is a very attractive
brunette and has a host of well wish
ing friends in her home community
and Arcadia. She is a talented elo-
cutionist and it was while teaching
this pleasing art in Winter Haven
that tVio rnmono KflCfln. I
Mr. Savage is well known in Ocala,
and is the third son of Mr. and Mrs.
S. S. Savage. He has business inter-1
ests near here and his friends are de-
lighted that he and his lovely bride
will make their future home here.
We clip the following from the De-
A weddinc of Drominent in this
ity was the marriage of Miss Lillian
Tweedy and Mr. Clifford Botts, which
cok nlare Mondav evenmcr at 6:30
o'clock in the Baptist church.
As there were no cards issued the 1
well-filled church testified to the pop-
ularitv of the hride and crroom.
The church was decorated entirely
with greenery and handsome pot
plants from the Stetson greenhouses,
Before the appointed hour, and as
the guests were assembling, wedding
music was rendered by organ and vio-1"
in and as the organ pealedrforth the
strains of Mendelssohn's wedding I
march, the bridal party entered the tion, star shaped brooch made up of
chuch, led by Dr. D. J. Blocker and pearls, with diamond in center. Re Re-Dr.
Dr. Re-Dr. C. L. Collins, who officiated. The turn to Mrs. C. S. Cullen, Fort King
ushers, who were all members of Mr.
Botts' college fraternity, the Phi Kap
pa Deltas, entering next, marching
separately, closely following came the
maid of honor, Miss Stella Botts and
the bridesmaid. Miss Marion WnVht.
both making attractive pictures in
their costumes of not nnH fJeoro-ette I
crepe and carrying: arm bouquets of
bride roses tied with tulle.
The Lohengrin wedding march an-
nounced the coming of the bride in her
dainty loveliness, who proceded to the
alter unattended. i Her beauty was
emphasised by her bridal robe of
crepe, self -trimmed. Her veil was
worn cap effect and placed in graceful
bandeau effect with valley lilies and
bride roses. Under an improvised
canopy of feathery greens she was
met by the bridegroom and best mair,
the groom's brother, Mr. Frederick
Botts, where the ring ceremony was
Following the ceremony a reception
was held before the departing on their
wedding trip, the destination of which
they kept secret. On their return to
the city they will be at home to their
friends at the Lexington.
For a Bride-Elect
Mrs. H. M. Wright entertained at
a small informal dinner party Friday
night in honor of the bride of this
week. The dinner marked almost the
close of Miss Lillian Tweedy's ex existence
istence existence and hailed the entrance of Mrs.
Clifford BottS". The rooms and tables
were decorated with cut flowers and
ferns, and the evening passed with
laughter and good cheer. Those pres present
ent present were the beautiful honoree, Miss
Tweedy, the hostess, Mrs. H. M.
Wright and her daughter, Miss Mar Marion
ion Marion Wright; also Miss Olive Kruse and
the Misses Eula and Stella Botts.
Pleasant Surprise for the Bride
Mrs. T. E. Arnold, Mrs. C. S. Gail Gail-breath,
breath, Gail-breath, J. P. Simmons and T. B. Stew
art were instrumental in successfully
conducting about fifty of Miss Lillian
Tweedy's friends in a body to her
home Thursday evening. The party
was in the nature of a surprise shower
and the presents received showed the
esteem Miss Tweedy held in the
hearts of her friends. The evening
was passed in hearty enjoyment.
The Pollyanna Club had a splendid
meeting yesterday afternoon. Miss
Mary Burford, the new president,
made a short but splendid nttle ad
dress, thanking the Pollyannas for
the honor paid her. The number of
the Pollyanna Club is limited to 18,
and there being one vacancy it was
voted to a;sk Miss Mamie Taylor to
join, and the invitation has been ac
Today, and always hereafter the
first Friday of November, the people
of Florida will observe as "Mother's
Day." And devoted children, will each
bring a white flower to "Mother."
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hall, Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Carter and Mrs. J. H. Pay Pay-ton
ton Pay-ton of Umatilla, motored to Ocala yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. B. F. "Condon went
this morning to Jacksonville, to attend
the funeral of Mr. Burt McDonald.
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.
"Grandma" Tucker, who has been
making her home an the Dame house
on South Lime street, wants her many
friends to know that she has moved
across the street and now has rooms
in the residence of. Mrs. Sherouse on
the corner of Lime and South Fourth
Mr. and Mrs. E. Tl Becker of Hol-
der, alter a pleasant visit to Mr. ana
Mifs Nellie Stevens is attending a
feting of primary teachers at Lake
City. Miss Stevens is conceded to be
one of the best in the state
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED Laundering or house
cleaning. Can guarantee satisfactory
service. Address box 459, Ocala,
LOST Pair of gold rim spectacles in
case, either on Sanchez street, Okla-
waha avenue or North Watula street
north of telephone building. Return
to Mrs. F. E. Vogt, 507 East Adams
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. salary and 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.
LOST Friday evening either on the
street or at commercial -wud recep-
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
MONEY TO LEND If YOU Want
some, call and see we. Will lend in
sums from s $300 to $5,000 on first
mortgage on improved city property.
Laurie T. Izlar, Ocala. 27-tf
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
mary school, corner South Second and
Alvarez streets. Apply to Charles
1 f III I II Mil II IN
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms;
modern conveniences, desirable neigh
borhood.- Mrs. A. M. Perry, Herbert
FOR RENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap
ply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
FOR SALE Stove wood, seasoned
pine and cypress, a large load for a
dollar. Phone 223. Prompt delivery.
Welch Lumber Co. 8-5-tf
FOR A MUDDY COMPLEXION
Take Chamberlain's Tablets and
adopt a diet of vegetables and cereals.
Take outdoor exercise daily and your
complexion will be greatly improved
Wltlllll ix AC w XI1UULI1S. xxjr it" vuwaur
'1.1.: tV. rn fU4-nt
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
CHAPTEK NO. 15, R. A. H.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M on tne
fourth Friday in every month art
8 p.m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown, Sec'y.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 ratets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visitln
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. G. Ferguson, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
UAttlU.N-DUN MABOXIG LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. 4
A. M.t meets on the first and thirft
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
B. C. Webb, W.-M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
OCALA LODGE NO. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meet
the second and fourth "Buesdav even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club nous
opposite yostofflee, ast 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
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
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.J2, McClane, N. G.
- FOR SALE
I have the following Ford Cars for sale at
One FORD, with wagon or truck body, two seats, finest
thing in the world for delivery purposes, farm work or
hunting and fishing parties. Price... ... ......... '.. $150.00
One FORD TOURING CAR, Trice ... .$200.00
One FORD TOURING CAR, Price... ............. .$225.00
One FORD TOURING CAR, Price. .. .. ........... .$250.00
One FORD TOURING CAR, Price, .. .. ....$275.00
These care are all in good condition.
They will not be long in stock, so come early if you want one.
If time payments are desired prices will be somewhat in excess of
IS. M. Carroll
SR WEDNESDAY, WJ.
AND A MERRY
14 Song Hits 14
Ladies Brass Band. Parade 4 P. M.
BEST SEATS $1 OTHERS 75, 50, 25 CENTS
SEATS ON SALE AT COURT PHARMACY
MR. KNOTT'S ITINERARY
Following is the Itinerary of W. V.
Knott, Democratic Nominee for
Dade City, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.,
Sarasota, Thursday, 2 p. m., Nov. 2.
Bradentown, Thursday, 7:30 p. m.,
Plant City, Friday, 2 p. m., Nov. 3.
Tampa, Friday, 7:30 p. m., Nov. 3.
Clearwater, Saturday, 11 a. m. Nov.
Largo, Saturday, 2 p. m., Nov, 4.
St. Petersburg, Saturday, 7:30 p.
m., Nov. 4th.
In the rain all day is generally fol
lowed by painful twinges of rheuma rheumatism
tism rheumatism or neuralgia. Sloan's Liniment
will give you quick relief and prevent
the twinges from becoming torture.
It quickly penetrates without rubbing
and soothes the sore ana acning
joints. For sore, stiff, exhausted
muscles that ache and throb from
overwork. Sloan's Liniment affords
quick relief. Bruises, sprains, strains
and other minor injuries to children
are auickly soothed by Sloan's Lini
ment. Get a bottle today at your
druggist, 25c. 3
SEABOARD LOuAL SCHEDULE
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; Ocala, 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa,
7:50 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala, 1:45 p. m.;arrives St. Pe
tersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.'; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 8:05 p. m.
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.,
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville,
7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives JacK JacK-sonville
sonville JacK-sonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a.m.; Ocala
1p.m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
HOW CATARRH IS CONTRACTED
Mothers are sometimes so thought thoughtless
less thoughtless as to neglect the colds which their
children contract. The inflammation
of the mucous membrane, at first
acute, becomes chronic and the child
has chronic catarrh, a disease that is
seldom cured and that may prove a
life's burden. Many persons who
have this Iothsome disease will re remember
member remember having had frequent colds at
the time it was contracted. A little
frirpthnrKrht. a hnttle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy judiciously used, and
all this trouble might nave Deen avow avowed.
ed. avowed. Obtainable everywhere.
DOMESTIC WORK WANTED
Wanted, by a young white woman,
place to do general housework where
she and her six-year-old daughter
could have a home. Capable of doing
any kind of housework. Apply to the
Star office or Dr. E. Van Hood, tf
Layer cake, angel cake and mac-
caroons, fresh every day, at Carter's
CITV IIEG1STKATIO.V HOOKS
Notice is hereby given that the city
council at a meeting- held on the 17th
day of October, A. 1). laiC, revised the
registration looks of the city and -the
following names stricken therefrom:
Anthony, F. G. Knight, S. A.
Blalock, Ir. Li. F. Uraar, J. W.
Blitch, Geo. J. Luckie, W. T.
Bout we 11, G. P.
Peter, E. II.
Richey, W. D.
Strong-, 1. I.
Weaver, Dr. II. T.
Harley, I W.
Huntsman, K. O.
Johnson, J. 13.
Keating, 11. Ix
Bobbitt, A. 11
Bullock, Julian R.
Bullock, W. S. Jr.
Bullock, R. S.
Buree, W. B.
Carlisle, J. B. Jr.
Campbell, J. A.
Coney, 13. i -Counts,
Clark, A. S.
Bodge, W. H.
Dodson, W. H.
Dorr, G. N.
Dorr, W. U
Dekle, J.' H.
Fuller, W. H.
Goddard, O. F.
Goddard, J. M.
Giles, J. J.
Geise, N. C.
Kreger, C. R.
Knight, J. C.
Konow, W. A.
Koonce, It. K.
Lansford, A. M.
Landers, C. O.
LuckLe, T. C.
Luckie, J. M.
Mathews, C. II.
Mershon, Geo. F.
IcGinnis, D. U.
Nelson. C. E.
Perry, VV 5.
Kaysor, J. C.
Itaysor, I M.
Itaysor, B. E.
Whit worth. W. E.
WTing, A. M.
Bailey. C. C.
Boland, J. W.
Busier, D. E.
Caruthera, H. A.
Dusky, A. M.
Duke, B. F.
Felder, P. H.
Goodyear, P. D.
Gibson, li M.
Mitchell, G. W.
Martin, J. B.
Marsh, J. 13.
,McCranle, C. V.
Parris, D. It.
Turner, A. B.
Ward Four j
Bangs, W. N. Lanson, O. W,
Blanchard, W. C,
Blair, Curtis L.
Blitch, G. M.
Bugbee, W. M.
Martin, S. H.
Moore. W. C.
Mcintosh, J. W.
McLean, W. L.
Cleveland, Wilbur Norman, David
Dods:e. J. W,
Proctor, E. L.
Dodson, M. .F.
Dinkins, C. A.
Engesser, J. S.
Gregory, L. O.
Hooker, Wr. W.
Hane, W. L.
Jones, H. C.
Jarvis, H. E.
James. A. M.
Joyner, A. F.
Perry, R. M.
IWoinson, W. II.
Kcandrett, C. A.
Shurtleff. J. R.
Tuggf rson, Tom
Washburn, F. A
Washburn. G. D.
Whittington, R. W.
Weaver, C. J.
The council will hear complaints for
the restoration of names stricken at
7:20 o'clock p. rn. November 21, 1116.
All parties desiring to register may
do so from this date until the second
Saturday in November at the office of
the city -lerk. H. C. SISTRUNK,
City Clerk and Ex-Offlcio Supervisor of
Registration of the City of Ocala.
"Stuffed-up head," clog-ged-up nose,
tight Jiest, sore throat are sure
sign3 of cold, and Dr. King's New
Discovery is sure relief, A dose of
thi3 combination of antiseptic bal balsams
sams balsams soothes the irritated membrane,
clears the head, loosen3 the phlegm,
you breathe easier ar.d 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 13
gone. For 47 years the favorite rem remedy
edy remedy for young and old. At your
druggist. 50c. .. 3
White Bermuda onion plants 20c.
per 100, $1 per 1000. Bitting & Co.,
Ocala, Fla. 31-12t
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, at Gerig's. tf
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