VOL. 21. v j OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1915 NO. 27
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Arrival of French in the Balkans Put Heart
in Their Allies
BULGARIANS DRIVEN BACK AND AFFAIRS OF THE ENTENTE
London, Oct. 18 Strumitza, the
Bulgarian town 50 miles north of
Saloniki, has been occupied by Ser Serbian
bian Serbian and Anglo-French troops, ac according
cording according to an official telegram. This
follows closely the news that Ser Serbian
bian Serbian troops, with the assistance of
allied troops, repulsed the Bulgar Bulgarians
ians Bulgarians at Vilandovo, causing them to
retreat beyond their own border.
This arrival of French troops at
the psychological moment has dra dramatic
matic dramatic qualities overshadowing other
fronts for the moment. The chief
military importance of this success
is in its defeat of the Bulgarian pro project
ject project to cut the Nish-Saloniki rail railroad.
road. railroad. It is not clear whether British
troops were engaged or not. An
Athens message, stating they left
Saloniki Saturday for the Serbo Serbo-Bulgarian
Bulgarian Serbo-Bulgarian frontier, indicates they
were at least near at hand.
ITALIANS AND RUSSIANS PRESS
GERMANS AND AUSTRIANS
Russian and Italian help is con confined
fined confined to increased ... aggressiveness
against the Teutons, making; the di diversion
version diversion of more troops to the Balkans
by the Germanic allies impractical.
The Germans are again attacking
the Russians southeast of Riga. This
is regarded as an effort to draw at attention
tention attention from Dvinsk and'Galicia.
FIERCE ARTILLERY BATTLE ON
On the western front, intense ar artillery
tillery artillery fire on both sides in the Cham Champagne
pagne Champagne is reported by the French.
GERMAN ATTACKS REPULSED
Paris, Oct. 18. The war office an announces
nounces announces that French troops repulsed
throe German attacks at Bois, En En-hrfchc
hrfchc En-hrfchc and northeast of Souchez last
BERLIN SAYS SERBIANS ARE
Berlin, Oct. 18. Serbian forces in
the Nacva district of the Save-Drina
front, where strong resistance has
been oft'ered, are beginning to retreat,
says army headquarters.
ALLIES AT ENDS
LANDED TROOPS AND SEIZED
AN IMPORTANT RAILWAY
London, Oct. 18. -'A Central News
dispatch says an Athens dispatch to
the Rome Massaggero states that the
Allies landed forces at Enos on the
Aegean sea in European Turkey,
close to the Bulgarian borderland
have seized the railroad.
DOWN IN THE DEPTHS
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Willie Wilson Walked on the Bottom
of the Boil at Silver Springs
Mr. W. H. Wilson established the
record for diving at Silver Springs
Sunday. Clad in his diving suit, he
went down in the "boil" and walked
on the bottom in the very deepest
part of the springs. So far as the
Star knows, this has never been done
HONORABLE MAN IS
Southerners at Frisco Pay High Tri Tribute
bute Tribute to the Alabama Senator
l Associated Press)
San Francisco, Oct. 18. Many
Southerners are gathered here for
Oscar Underwood day. The U. S.
senator is named as the most dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished citizen of his state.
BAY 111 THE
SHUTTING THE SALOONS SEEMS
TO KEEP SOME MEN SOBER
( A?--.ociated Press)
Chicago,' Oct. 18. There were 74
violations of the Sunday closing order
yesterday. This is an increase of 46
over Sunday a week ago. Thirty-five
j were charged with obstructing vice
bars. There were fifty arrests for
drunkenness during the day. The
average Sunday arrests is 75.
UNION SOLDIER WHO CAPTUR CAPTURED
ED CAPTURED PRESIDENT DAVIS OVER
I FIFTY YEARS AGO
( Associated Press) .'
Washington, Oct. 18. Wm. P.
Stedman, a private soldier in the
Fourth Michigan cavalry during the
civil war, who captured President Da Davis,"
vis," Davis," was buried here today. He died
COMING TO FLORIDA
Intends to Manage a Big Develop Development
ment Development Between Palatka
Says the Savannah News: M. O.
Walsh, formerly managing editor of
the Augusta Chronicle," who has been
living in New York for some years,
was in the city yesterday on a visit
to his sister.
. Mr. Walsh is on his way to Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, where he will" take charge as ad advertising
vertising advertising manager of the Florida
Farms and Homes, Inc., a 150,000, 150,000,-acre
acre 150,000,-acre development project lying be between
tween between Palatka and Ocala. The prop property
erty property which includes the Oklawaha
railroad operating between Palatka
and Ocala was bought recently by
several of the big banking institu institutions
tions institutions of the north as representatives
of the bondholders, and. James R.
Murphy, a prominent real estate
operator of New York City, .was
, Mr.' Walsh was deputy commission commissioner
er commissioner of the department of water supply
of the cityof New York under Mayor
Gaynor and held over under Mayor
Mitchell until last October when he
resigned to take up Southern develop development
ment development work; He has been in confer conference
ence conference in Washington and Baltimore
with the officials of the Souther?.
Settlement and Development Organ Organization
ization Organization and with the land and indus industrial
trial industrial agents of the trunk line rail railroads
roads railroads serving Florida.
It is the company's purpose to col colonize
onize colonize the land along the most approv approved
ed approved lines and to establish experimental
stations for the benefit of settlers in
that section of Florida.
CERTAIN SIGN THERE
; IS NO SCARCITY
No use talking about hard times
in Ocala. There was enough rice to today
day today on the steps and in the vestibule
of the A. C. L. parlor car on No. 40
to feed a good-sized family.
Fresh peanut brittle just in at the
Court Pharmacy. 13-Ct
LOOK MUCH BRIGHTER IN THE
In Irish Potatoes will be Excellent
Policy for Marion County
The farmers of Marion county now
have an opportunity, if. they will
only grasp it, of growing a crop that
will bring them immediate returns,
and is one that our lands and condi conditions
tions conditions are most favorable to.
. Through the industrial department
of the Seaboard Air Line railway the
question of increased acreage in
Irish potatoes is being canvassed and
our people shown what an opportun opportunity
ity opportunity we have before us. Mr. A. P.
Fant, assistant industrial agent of
this line was here today in con conference
ference conference with the secretary ,:of our
Board of Trade to get in line with
our farmers that want to get in touch
with these facts and learn why there
exists this great demand for this
crop. Mr. Fant is thoroughly ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with this subject and dur during
ing during his: stay set forth the following:
"The last report of the United
States department of agriculture
shows that the Irish potato is one of
the; few general crops that has shown
a decline, equal to about 10 per cent.
Last year's crop was estimated at
406,000,000 bushels, while the crop
for the preceding five years has been
350,000,000 bushels. The crop is re reported
ported reported affected with blight and rot
and the- keeping qualities poor, and
this will mean there is a large supply
of old potatoes. New potatoes uni uniformly
formly uniformly bring good prices, I think,
therefore we ought to urge our peo
ple in adapted sections to increase
their acreage in Irish potatoes."
One of the strong points brought
out in this interview was that in in inducing
ducing inducing our farmers to plant this in increased
creased increased acreage to Irish potatoes, is
their willingness to cooperate along
all the lines of information that
will help each one to succeed, such
as what crop best to precede the por
tatoes, selection of seed, and the best
and strongest point, by securing a
large acreage bring right to each and
every v grower the buyer that will take
care of the crop grown. This is along
lines of proper encouragement and
development, and the Seaboard is to
be congratulated for inaugurating
this idea, and it is hoped the farmers
of our county will at once get in
touch with either Mr. Fant or our
secretary as they are working to together
gether together for the best interests of our
people. He will be here this week
for several days and will make the
Board of Trade his headquarters and
wishes to meet all of our farmers
and growers that are interested.
When you begin to investigate this
question, and realize the vast number
of bushels we have been importing
each year, but now on account of the
European war, conditions will be just
reversed, and we will be exporting
millions of bushels and with the
crop of old potatoes as he states af affected
fected affected with blight and rot, gives to
Florida such an opportunity as has
never been presented to our people.
It is hoped the farmers of Marion
will grasp this and meet with Mr.
Fant, learn all they .can and place
him in the position when he has been
able to learn just as to the acreage
that may be expected to be planted
here, can definitely assure us of the
marketing conditions and that the
buyers will be here to take care of
The history of the Babylonians i3
the most instructive and impressive
that can be found in the whole range
of Bible history. See the Babylon Babylonians
ians Babylonians in Belshazzar, Temple theater,
Thursday evening, Oct. 21st.
IIS ACTIVE III TIE HUH!
BRITISH BUST III THE BALTIC
Paris, Oct. 18. The Marseilles
correspondent of the Petit Journal
telegraphs "that the mail boat Eugene
Peroire arrived there with thirty thirty-three
three thirty-three members of the crew of the
French steamer Admiral Hamelin,
which was sunk by a submarine.
Previous reports from a Havas cor correspondent
respondent correspondent said that seventy-one
persons perished when the steamer
went down. The Petit Journal says
the Admiral Hamelin was torpedoed
without warning, and that while the
passengers and crewf were being plac placed
ed placed in lifeboats, an Austrian sub
marine fired forty shells into th
sinking vessel. I
. BRITISH SUBS fVERY BUSY
Petrograd, Oct. 18. British sub submarines
marines submarines operating in the Baltic hav
sunk five more German transports
and forced another ashore, says a
Russian official statement.
Patriotic Young Men are Working to
Add a Great Attraction to
The committee of "nine of-, the. new
young men's organization met this
morning, and resolved that the indus industrial
trial industrial parade planned for the fair
should take place.
All members of the committee
were authorized to call on the busi business
ness business men and ask their cooperation
in preparing for the parade.
This' organization is a live bunch.
Any wheel it puts its shoulder to has
IN MILITARY CHARGE
State Troops Keep Order at the
Inquest Over Sidney Cohen
Charleston, S. C, Oct. 18. The in inquest
quest inquest over the body of Sidney J.
Cohen, the newspaper reporter who
was shot Friday in the democratic ex executive
ecutive executive committee rooms, opened this
morning with several companies of
state troops assisting the civil au authorities
thorities authorities in keeping order. In the
state court habeas corpus proceedings
have been started in behalf of Ed Edward
ward Edward J. McDonald, who is charged
with murder and Henry J. Brown,
charged with conspiracy to murder
and battery with intent to murder.
There are no apparent signs of trou trouble.
ble. trouble. GREAT ENCOURAGEMENT
FOR CANNING CLUB GIRLS
Proficiency in Her Work will' Win
One of Them a Pen of
Mrs. Geo. J. Blitch, who is espe especially
cially especially interested in fancy poultry, has
most generously donated a pen of her
finest fowls as one of the prizes to
be awarded the canning club girls at
their contest to be held during fair
wreek. Mrs. Moorhead, the canning
club end home demonstration agent,
is aT-rnging to display all prizes in a
most r.ttraetive manner in the grand
parade on children's day, at which
time all club members of Marion
county will meet and take part in full
nANDSOME NEW FALL SUITS
Mr. Marcus Frank has a large num number
ber number of very handsome new suits for
ladies, in the new and stylish fall cre creations.
ations. creations. The suits are arriving each
day via express, and a great many
ladies are calling, admiring and pur purchasing
chasing purchasing them. Mr. Frank for sever several
al several years has been giving a good deal
of attention to the finer grades of
ladies' ready-to-wear goods, for the
best class of trade and his business
in this line is increasing each year.
For pine or oak wood call 3 M. four
rings. Quick delivery. 9-27-6t
IN SPEECH NOV. 4 FOR ARMY
AND NAVY INCREASE
Washington, D. C, Oct. 18. Presi President
dent President Wilson will open the adminis administration's
tration's administration's national defense campaign
program in a speech before the Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan Club of New York, Nov. 4th.
This will be his first public utterance
on the subject since he approved the
plans Secretaries Garrison and Dan Daniels
iels Daniels prepared. It is expected the
president's speech will has special
significance as he is expected to dis disclose
close disclose the reasons to urge Congress to
pass the appropriations necessary to
carry out the program.
HANDSOME PORTRAITS OF
Gen. Rosborough, commanding the
Confederate Veterans of Florida, was
in the city today, consulting with the
various committees about the coming
General Rosborough brought some
large and handsome portraits of
Robert E. Lee and Stonewall Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, which have been placed in promi prominent
nent prominent places at the Board of Trade
RAPID EXCHANGE OF BULLlETS
SUNDAY ACROSS THE RIO
Brownsville, Oct. 18. The first
firing across the border for three
weeKs .occurred yesterday morning at
Mercedes. Mexicans fired thirty or
forty shots. American soldiers re-
i turned the first. No one was hurt.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Ocala, Fla., Tuesday Oct. 5, 1915.
i The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met in regular
session with G. S. Scott, chairman,
and B. R. Blitch, member, and J. S.
j Grantham absent. Supt. J. H. Brin-
son was secretary.
Grant Mickens, supervisor of Clark Clark-ville
ville Clark-ville colored school, called and made
request f6r extra heater and pipe and
material for flue, which were granted.
Mr. S. D Atkinson, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Fellowship district, called
and discussed with the board the lo location
cation location of the proposed school in the
Emathla neighborhood. Mr. Carter
called and requested that the school
be located to the. north of the crusher
so as to accommodate a number of
people in hi3 section. No action tak taken
en taken at this time.
Mr. Barnet, one of the Charter Oak
trustees, called and made inquiry as
to whether a pupil had a right to go
from a district to another school.
Messrs. J. K. Christian, E. A. Rush
and Dr. Walkup, trustees of the Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh district, called and discussed
with the board their appropriations
for salaries for their teachers. They
requested that the $20 per month of
J supplementary salary being paid from
district funds to the principal be
paid from the county funds and that
a salary of $60 per month be paid
their assistant whose salary had been
listed at $50 per month by the board.
The matter was quite fully discussed
and the request that the county as assume
sume assume the $20 supplement to salary of
principal was refused and in the mat matter
ter matter of the district paying $10 extra
on the salary of the asistant in order
to make it $ GO per month when her
present certificate under county regu regulations
lations regulations entitle her to only $50 per
months it was agreed that if she would
Important Town Occupied by
EVIDENT THAT GREECE AHD
London, Oct. 18. The occupation
of Strumitza, Bulgaria, by allied
forces, was confirmed by an Exchange
Telegraph Athens dispatch this morn
mg. '" .'". '-."'.
Strumitza is an important town in
that part of Macedonia which was
ceded to the Bulgarians in 1913. It
is about 70 miles north of Saloniki,
and perhaps twenty miles east of the
railway from Saloniki up into Serbia
that the allies are fighting to main maintain.
tain. maintain. The attack on this town shows
that the allies have not abandoned
Servia; also, "that they are sure, of
their communications thru Greek
The British, French and Serbians
have joined forces in the Balkans.
Operations are being conducted vigo
Anglo-French forces just about the
time of the outbreak of hostilities be between
tween between Serbia and Bulgaria were hur hurried
ried hurried north from Saloniki to Gievgeli,
east of Strumitza. Apparently they
are carrying out the previously re reported
ported reported plan of invading Bulgaria in
addition to assisting Serbia in holding
the Bulgarians back.
Allies warships are cruising in the
Aegean sea off Dede Agach.
ABOUT TO JOIN THE ALLIES
Athens, Oct. 18. The energetic ac
tions of the Entente allies and the act actual
ual actual hostilities between Bulgaria and
Serbia- apparently is defining rapid rapidly
ly rapidly the attitude of the Greek anti
war party. There is good authority
for the statement that King Constan Constan-tine
tine Constan-tine is preparing to go to Saloniki and
it fs said Greece will abandon her
neutrality when concentration of
troops is complete and army arrange arrangements
ments arrangements are completed.
The impression prevails here that
Roumania will soon ally herself with
the Entente allies.
make a state primary certificate at
the examinations to be held in Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee during the holidays, the sup supplement
plement supplement would be allowed for the
term, otherwise the regulations must
be adhered to.
During the discussion of the above
matter Mr. Grantham came in and sat
with the board.
The board adjourned for noon.
Tuesday Afternoon Session
The board met in session with all
present and acting.
Messrs. S. D. Atkinson and W. B.
Rawls, Fellowship trustees, and a
number, of citizens of the Old Town
neighborhood, called and discussed
the location of the proposed school.
It was agreed that the school would
be granted to be located on lot to be
donated by Mr. Arthur Brooks and
to proceed at once to build the house
upon deed to be furnished for the lot.
Mr. N. B. Potts called and requested
that a book case be furnished for the
Fellowship school. The board declin declined,
ed, declined, to purchase same from county
Mr. E. S. Tyner, supervisor of Pais Paisley
ley Paisley school, called and requested the
board to reimburse him for labor that
he had furnished on the addition to
the .school building to amount of$3.50
which was agreed to.
Mr. George Turner, one of the trus trustees
tees trustees of the Pine Level school, called
and requested the county to make cer certain
tain certain changes in the school house.
Requests was referred .to the trustees
Mr. Markham of the Buck rona
neighborhood called and protested
against the general transportation of
children from Rem eo by the Buck
Pond district to the Buck Pond school
as there were others in other direc directions
tions directions alleged to be as far from the
school as the Romeo children. No
The minutes ot the last regular
meeting held on August 31 and Sept September
ember September 1 and the special meeting held
mum U u
English Girl Executed by Germans
For Aiding her Countrymen
London, Oct. -17. 'The American
embassy has notified the British for foreign
eign foreign office that Miss Edith Cavell,
head of the Brussels school, has been
executed by 'Germans. She was"
charged with assisting to escape fug fugitive
itive fugitive French and British soldiers.
IN CASE OF NEW HAVEN DIREC DIRECTORS
TORS DIRECTORS ON TRIAL FOR
New York, Oct. 18. H. LT Batts,
opening for the government, will take
all of today and possibly tomorrow,
to outline his case to the jury in the
trial of the eleven directors and for former
mer former directors of the N. Y., N. H. &
H. railroad, charged with conspiracy
to monopolize interstate commerce.
on September 7 were read and approv approv-ed
ed approv-ed as read.
Mrs. Roberts, matron of the dormi dormitory,
tory, dormitory, called and discussed with the
board the condition and prospects
and also the .necessity for electric
lights and of having the roof repair repaired.
ed. repaired. In regard to the roof it was
agreed to have estimates made on ex
pense to nave me worx aone. in re regards
gards regards to lights several bids wereop wereop-ened
ened wereop-ened but no action taken at this time.
Later it was agreed that Mr. Thomas
having made the lowest bid would be
entitled to the work if all preliminar
ies could be complied with.
Mrs. Moorhead called and discuss
ed with the board the proposition of
designating certain schools as having
what may be called demonstration
school grounds where special atten attention
tion attention hod hoon cri von tVia fara onrl
beautifying the grounds. The policy
was endorsed by the board but with
the understanding that it would not
entail any expense upon the part of
the school board.
The time having arrived as per due
legal advertisement that had been
made in the Ocala Weekly Banner and
Ocala Wreekly Star for the receiving
of bid3 for the sale of the bonds vot
ed on March 17, 1914, by Citra Special
tax school district, and upon consider considering
ing considering the matter It was ascertained that
the bid of the state of Florida as an
investment of the state school fund
of S5 per cent was the best bid pre presented,
sented, presented, it was ordered that the bonds
be sold to the state department of edu education
cation education and the matter be concluded
as soon as posible.
The principal of the Ocala schools
and the trustees called and discussed
the crowded condition of several of
the rooms and grades and requested
that another teacher be furnished.
The matter was left for the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent to investigate and act upon.
They also reported that the roof of
the high school building was leaking
and it was ordered that the matter be
taken up with F. W. Long Company
The board adjourned for the day.
Wednesday Morning Session, October
A request from Pine Grove school
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
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ANTIETAM PAPER COMPANY
Two of those most active in the
committee preparing for the press
convention have been S. G. White and
Otto W. Renner, treasurer and local
manager, respectively, of the Antie Antie-tam
tam Antie-tam Paper Company, manufacturing
and jobbing in book papers. This
company was established over fifty
years ago, its original mill being on
Antietam Creek, at Bissell, two miles
from Hagerstown, Md., where the
main plant is" located. The Jackson-
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WET OR DRY ?
In common with most other busi
ness establishments, the Star would
have preferred that no wet or dry
election should be called at this time.
For both business and political reas reasons,
ons, reasons, this particular season does not
seem the most auspicious for a cam campaign
paign campaign on that issue, or any other,
that can be avoided.
However, an election has been call call-'
' call-' ed and will be held on December 7th.
Its the Star's opinion that it will
Yif best for the citizens of Marion
county to vote their county dry. For
one reason, to do so will settle a
long-standing dispute, which causes a
great deal of disturbance and ill ill-feeling
feeling ill-feeling every time 4t is brought up.
The prohibitionists of Marion
county will ne vet quit until the coun county
ty county is dry. They have brought the
matter up four times in the last fif fifteen
teen fifteen years, and can bring it up every
two years as regularly a3 the time
rolls around. There is no doubt that
a majority of the white voters in the
county want to vote the saloons out.
The Star does not believe that pro pro-"hibition
"hibition pro-"hibition would bring a wave of pros
perity to the county, or that it would
cause a cessation of crime. At. the
same time it is positively sure that
prohibition will not hurt Ocala and
Marion county, and it believes that
it will lessen rather than increase
Other counties in the state have
tried prohibition for .years, and it
hasn't hurt any of them. All that
have voted dry have persistently re
fused to go back to wetness, which is
mighty good proof that they find pro
hibition to agree with them. j If Mar
ion goes dry it will stay dry, and the
constantly recurring elections with
their ill feeling, which extends to all
auarters of political, business and
even social life, will be avoided.
For this reason, if no other, the
Star is going to vote dry, and advises
all its friends to do likewise.
The campaign will be brief, and the
Star hopes it will be less marked with
bitterness than usual. We are in
formed by our dry friends that al
denunciation and recrimination wil
be carefully avoided. We hope they
will stand by that determination. The
saloon men of Marion county are
much in the condition of the southern
slave-holders sixty, years ago. They
did not establish the saloon business
but found it when they came. They
are all good citizens, and have done
their share in bearing the public bur burdens.
dens. burdens. So the Star does not think it
will be either policy or justice to
abuse them. It is sure, however,
that if they are ever voted out of the
liquor business, they will stay out,
. they will engage in other lines of
business and both they and the com community
munity community will be better off in the. long
The Star has some friends among
the saloon men and it pains us to do
them an injury, but like many other
things in life, these feelings have to
give way and some few have to suf suf-'
' suf-' fer for the good of the great major-
ity. ; :
In keeping with the paper's policy
of taking a decided stand in all pub public
lic public measures, the Star therefore casts
its lot with the dry people.
One year, in advance -""Iville branch was opened April 1, 1914,
and now has two traveling represen
tatives covering the South, Arthur
Green and John Sherman.
The distributing area of the local
branch is as far north as Charlotte.
tion and admiration. On his recent K c Birmingham and Montsromerv.
visit to Ocala, Congressman Clark's d f south as Key West and
I i i I
attention was attracted by tne piani, Havana. The personalities of Messrs.
Intend to Lecture at the Methodist
Church this Evening
Miss Elizabeth Kilpatrick, one of
the secretaries of the Sunday school
board at Nashville, Tenn., Rev. A. H.
Cole, Sunday school secretary of the
Florida annual conference, will lec lecture
ture lecture at the Methodist church his eve evening
ning evening at 7:30. All Sunday school
workers of the city are cordially in invited.
vited. invited. Both these are specialists in
Sunday school work. .Miss Kilpatrick
will speak with special reference to
the organized class work. Let us
have a full house. All cordially in invited.
vited. invited. J. M. Gross, Pastor.
A HANDSOME NEW TRUCK
Mr. Fred Webber of Oak has jist
nnfl he obtained Miss Tremere's ad- t? w- a m., purchased through Mr. R. O. Con-
- I M -, I -.m rt T
dress from Postmaster Rogers, m- enocefnl vtpn; nf nor ana Messrs. Kmgnt & lang a
t.nH!n tn ask her for a cutting toLv a ua Woi v,.' vry handsome 1500-lb. International
v. r, --. 1 iiic tuiuuaii v aim I , ,r
set out at his home in uamesviue. oneration, anA have been prominent "" u,c """"
figures throughout the convention
REPUBLICS AND BIG ARMIES Jacksonville Metropolis.
ber will use the truck in hauling
goods for his store and ice plant and
The Star has bought, most-of its for evening parties to the Temple
ine limes-union iiaviug uivu& i news ana joo siock. irom uie auucwui
the Star to book, or rather to bocks, I Paper Company for the past several
on the subject of republics, their years and has been buying extensive
armies and inclination to use them, jy from the company for almost 20
the Star begs leave to call the T.-U s. years. This company sells 90 per
attention to the following, which it CGnt. of all printing paper that is
thinks will be amply supported by noW sold in
history: above named gentlemen, Messrs.
There never was any republic with white, Renner and Green, have many
a representative form of government friends here
that amounted to anything until the
United States of American was or- MANLEYS MOVING TO MARION
Anyone having magazines about
the house which they can spare, will
Ocala and three of theft1 notify Mm. E A. Osborne,
cnairman oi tne social service com
mittee of the Woman's Club, who will
see that they get into the hands of
people who cannot or do not take
OF INTEREST TO MOTHERS
Owing to receiving so many
The ancient republics of Greece Mrs. john A. Manley of Sturges
and Rome were not republics in our
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sense of the word. They existed at and stopped temporarily at the LT TV- 1 C Z Tu-
w TOQC m-Winal -h -e-n a ter their babies in the better babies
me uuic huch rot f tr i ucaia House, one win oe luuuweu x i
and most honorable calling of man-1 1
kind, and so far from their being fn Jni fr MV Chi. babies two months over three
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ready and anxious to try a new army a carload of blooded years, and one montn unaer tne age
out on something as soon as they had horses for breeding purposes
one, their armies came into existence M Maniey it wni be remembered,
in the early spring, bought the fine
1200 acre farm from Mr. Frank B.
Turner between the Dunnellon and
Shady Grove hard roads, four miles
with them, or rather existed before
them, and they used them not as ex
periments or new toys, but as a mat
ter of course.
limit, six months. They will not be
eligible for the prizes, but will re
ceive the benefits of the examina
England has been a democratic smitWst of towl, and the family is
country, comparatively speaKing, iw coming to resi(je on the prop
IS YOUR BABY ENTERED?
Has your baby been enrolled for the
Better Babies Contest? If not see
since the days of the first revolution. that it is before November 1st. Age
The army formed during that revolu- Mr jjaniey is a wealthy man and limit six months to three years. Ac Action,
tion, Action, and maintained by Cromwell, wag attracted to Marion county by plication cards furnished by Mrs.
was not large in, proportion to the rpTO1ttion for rood soil and sue- Eugene reek.
size of the nation, or. in comparison .ssfnl field and stock farminer. He
with the armies of other nations, and tVl. Ald r(,oAonc& on the Fresh Nunnally's candies ty express
England during the commonwealth place rebuilt and made into a thor- twice a week at Ueng-s. tl
was one oi tne most moaeraie anu oughy modern 'home, preserving
peaceful nations in Europe. nf th frame and the j-. ver.
The only time the United States hi h built o
ever had a big army was at the close hewn logs before the civil war. He
of the civil war, -; and it disbanded gpend a large sum Gf money on
that army as quicKiy as poiu the place andf when through
republic came ltock farm
have a beautiful home and a
WHERE IS TnE LIGHT
Unless very recently repaired, the
arc fight in front of the Monroe &
Chambttss Bank comer in a "dead
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
after the war.
When the French
into being at the latter end of the
eighteenth century it had no army Mr j M ThomaSf vice president
or navy except what was left to it by of- the Munroe & chambliss National
the Bourbons. Before the rencn hs returned home from
had any opportunity to settle their weecs stay in his former home, At-
own affairs, they were attacKeu oy lanta Mr Thomas was attending
Austria, Prussia and Great Britain, United States court on business for
and compelled to raise a large army, the Rentz pj0perties, for which he is
which nnding it could more man cope trU9tee.
with its enemies naturally entered on
a career of conquest. The French
people under the Jacobins, the direc directory,
tory, directory, the consulate or the empire,
were never so ill-governed and mis
erable as during their last century
under the Bourbons. The second re republic,
public, republic, which lasted only a few years,
was not aggressive, but as soon as it
became the 'second empire under
Louis Napoleon, it entered on the
career of militarism, which ended
with the Franco-Prussian war. The
third republic, which now exists, has
had to maintain an immense army,
which it didn't use until it had to,
after forty-three years of -peace.
If the T.-U. has any history con contrary
trary contrary to the foregoing, we wish it
would lead us to it.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
For Severe Cold with Cough.
Orlando. Fla. "Dr. Pierce's Golden
, j Medical Discovery has certainly proved of
mo3el the best of service
to me in the case of
a severe cold, with
cough and tight tightness
ness tightness of the chest.
.Any one so afflicted
knows the many
connected wita it.
I had exposed my
self to very incle inclement
ment inclement weather while
doing my farm work. I was not a strong
man, and was m a run-aowu couuiuou.
Had tired, wornout feelings all the time,
and my debility was so as to make my
daily duties very laborious. The only
relief I cot was from Dr. Pierce's Golden
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Medical Discovery, ana l am pieasea to
recommend it to others." Mr. John
Nichols. 404 Long St., Orlando, Fla.
The best time to cure a cough is when it
A BEAUTIFUL PLANT
In the pretty yard of the federal
building is one of the most beautiful
flowering shrubs or bushes in the
city. It was given to Col. Rogers,
Ocala's postmaster, by Miss Eleanor
Tremere of Belleview, and is but lit
tle more than a year old from the
planting at which time it was a little
slip. The bush is now eight or ten
feet hfgh, has large, thick green
leaves and is covered every day with
huge blossoms, resembling both a
rose and a cotton blossom. The
beauty of the blooms is that, they
open pure white, as large as the larg largest
est largest American beauty rose, later in the
day turn a delicate pink, then a
bright pink and and on to the deeper
shades of red and finally, still main maintaining
taining maintaining their red color, wilt and drop
off, but there seems to be an endless
crop of buds coming on. The leaves
are not unlike those of a thrifty cot cotton
ton cotton leaf and the buds very much re resemble
semble resemble the bursting of a cotton boll.
Some call the bush a California cot cotton
ton cotton rose and some a Japanese cotton
rose. It has still another name, tho
one seldom heard now, and that is
the "Confederate Kose, which is
given it because the flowers repro reproduce
duce reproduce the colors of the flags of the
Southern Confederacy, the "Red,
White and Red." There are no others
in the city that we know of, and the
plant attracts a great deal of atten
Mayor Grace of Charleston de denounced
nounced denounced Governor Manning of South
Carolina for having militia ready to
repel disorder in the primary in that
city. "The police," said the mayor,
"were amply able to cope with any
situation that might arise." However,
the police didn't prevent a distur disturbance
bance disturbance in which one useful and peace peaceful
ful peaceful man was killed and half a dozen
were wounded, and later when the
militia searched the mayor they
found a pistol on his person, which
was an offense against the laws of
the state and the ordinances of-the
Florida saloons have made changes
in their furniture, but they won't take
out the foo trails until the supreme
court declares the Davis law consti
vi,j nrAnr c n tyi at. I starts. Ordinarilv. a few doses of Dr.
" r. -r i- ii.i. rK...i CirJAa-n A f rxH t r q 1 TYi aorvtrfrv xxnlt
Castle riaii, over tne james varuaws i
vlrugstore. A cordial welcome to vis- cure a cough at the begmnmg. But even
ij.: i -a i. r t UataII rr i lwnen uuutm us uccu-acaicu oukx mc
luntr urutucia. v. xj. nuns") v. i ; t. T)- i
Ctao. Jv. sage, us., or it. a. au i ; v-X- m :1 T I
jrOiaen ivieaicai A-isuuvery wu ui uiuou
JLVBION-DCNN MASOXIC IDGE -- iSSPSSSSSlMba Di
. p covery to-day from any medicine dealer;
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F- & it is a powerful blood purifier, so pene-
A. M., meets on the first and third trating that it even gets at the impure
Thursday evening ol each month at deposits in the joints and carries them out
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
of the svstem.
Depend upon this grand remedy to
give you the Kind ot Diooa inai maites
the skin clear, the mind alert, the vision
keener, and puts ambition and energy
into the entire body. You will not be
Regular convocations of the Ocala b(Xotl blooH nte Dr. V. M. Pierce,
CHAPTER NO. 13, R. A. M.
The Key West Morning Journal
announces that ivir. jenerson a.
Browne will be a candidate in next
year's primary for a seat on the su
preme bench of the state. Mr. Browne
has been an occasional visitor to
Ocala and has always made a pleas pleasant
ant pleasant impression.
The Lakeland Telegram accuses
editor of the Ocala Star of not being
up-to-date in the war game. This is
most unkind and inconsiderate. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody should know that Editor
Benjamin is the first. and indeed the
only real authority on war in Florida.
Joe Reese praises us, perhaps tin tin-intentionally,
intentionally, tin-intentionally, to the detriment of the
greatest military expert in the state.
We refer to the writer on the Times
Union, who- tells us just what the
Germans will do and the Allies
should do. If Britain and France
had only heeded hi3 advice, the war
would be closing now.
Chapter No. 13. R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown Sec'y.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
. Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hal! the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacL
month at 7S0 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Liiiian Simmons, Sec'y.
VOODMK. OF THE WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 mtets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p: m. every I
eecond and fourth Friday. Visum?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C-
Chas. K..Sage, Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday!
evening at 7:30 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extend ;d to- visiting
brethren. M. M. Little; N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
When vou put a bakine into the oven, are
vnn nkvnvs sure it will come out right? Are you
sure it will be" light and fluffy md, tastily baked
or will it be a flat, soggy failure?
The whole thing hinges on the baking powder you use. So what
the use of taking chances in baking, when with
you can always be sure that every baking will be
successful? Failure simply means time-lost, mater materials
ials materials wasted and the whole baking to be done over
and yet you take that chance whenever you don't
use Calumet. For Calumet alone is unfailing in
good results Calumet alone guarantees success.
Use Calumet and be sure.
Then you can bake with more certainty oi good results. The
baking will be mor j uniformly raised lighter tastier more
wholesome, because the materials in Calumet are so perfectly
adapted to all baking requirements and then so carefully propor proportioned
tioned proportioned that failures are almost impossible.
Calumet shows a great saving in price over trust" brands and
is much more economical in use than cheap, "big-can" brands.
Received Highest Award at World's Para Food Exposition, Chicago;
Paris Expoaition, Franch. Marco.
I M t 11 i i I i ill I
ZYou don't save money when you buy cheap or big-can baking powder. Don't be misled. Buy Calumet.
lt more economical more wholesome give best resulU. Calumet i far upenor to sour milk and oda.
Buffalo. N. Y.
In sickness and liealth send for the
People's Common R?nse Medical Adviser.
A book of 1(X)S paces. Setivi 6 dimes to
Lti. .fierce, Invalid Hotel, iiwalo, JNi. Y.
WHEN IN NEED OF
PHONE 2 3 5
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
L C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 2S6, Benevolent
and Protective Ordei of Elks, meets
the second and fourth 'Buesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club housf
opposite postoffire, ast side.
H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise. Secretary. At.
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.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
CONCORDIA LODGE F. U. OT A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yongt3 Hall
cn the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary Ad.
Go North by Sea
MERCHANTS MINERS TMHS.G0
New Steamers. Low Fares.- Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc
I. C. AVERY, AGENT
Fop Good Wood
BIG Load tor $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
Dr. D. M. Boney
have recently returned from
New Orleans where I have
been taking a post graduate
course in optometry under the most
noted specialists in the country. I
can now be found in my office pre prepared
pared prepared to give those in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
researches. My reduction in prices
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest
to those in need of glasses.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
18 Years Experience
The latest machinery, skill skilled
ed skilled labor and an abundant
supply of soft water we are.
able to give tlie public an
exceptionally high quality
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main StT
HjiRY our Fresh Meat it will
ii please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine line of. Groceries.
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roofs repaired or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 457
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocala Ice & PacMiig Co
PHONE 34 OCALA. FLA.
Put Your AcL in the St
OCA LA EVENING STAR MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1915
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
(If you have any item 3 for this department, call 'phone 106)
Henry B. Walthall and Ruth Storehouse in "TEMPER." (S. & A.
CUTEY FORTUNE HUNTINGS Featuring Wallie Van and Nita
STUDIES IN CLAY. (Lubin Animated Cartoons.) -THE
MAN WHO CAME BACK.
ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
CHANGE OF PROGRAM DAILY
H. MARSH'S MARKET
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.
Best Treatment for Catarrh
, 2 2 2 Removes the Cause
Specialists in Catarrh troubles have agreed that it is an infection of
tlisbToofl. The laboratories of the S. S. S. Co., at Atlanta, have proven it.
nce you got your blood free from impurities cleansed of the Catarrhal poi poisons,
sons, poisons, which it is now a prey to because of its unhealthy state then you
will be relieved of Catarrh the dripping in the throat, hawking and spitting,
raw sores in the nostrils, and the disagreeable bad breath. It was cans"ed. in
the first plaee, because your impoverished blood was easily infected. .Possi .Possibly
bly .Possibly a slight cold or contact with someone who had a cold. But the point is
don't suffer with Catarrh it is not necessary. The remedy S. S. S., discov discovered
ered discovered over fifty years ago, tested, true and tried, is always obtainable at any
drug store. It has proven its value in thousands of cases. It will do so in
your case. Get S. S. S. at once and begin, treatment. If yours is a long:
standing case, be sure to write the S. S. S. Co., Atlanta, Ga., for free expert
medical advice. They will tell you how thi3 purely vegetable blood tonic
cleanses the Impurities from the blood by literally washing it clean. They
will 'prove to you that thousands of sufferers from Catarrh, after consistent
treatment with S. S. S., have been 'freed from the trouble and all its disa disagreeable
greeable disagreeable features and restored to perfect health and vigor. Don't delay the
treatment. Txko.S. S. S. rt once. v
White Star line
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
COLLIES BROS., Proprietors
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President.
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On' Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U S POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS' and
' A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915
iclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
No matter how you like yotur
roast cooked, you will surely be
satisfied with it if bought here.
Our roasts are fine. We cut
your size carefully.
You know very well that in
buying meat you trust a lot to
the experience and honesty of
the butcher. That's why we
can safely urge you to come
here and let us serve you.
HEAVY HAULING DONE
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS
This office will make close prices
on sets of tickets for orange packers
for the coming season. Write us for
samples and prices,
d&w tf The Ocala Star.
Our Evening Thought
Life is like a candle. Often when
at its brightest it is extinguished,
and sometimes when it seems most
needful. Yet the l'ght that does not
shine for glory had better be covered
by the shadow of his -wing and set
aside in silence and darkness. R. M.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver most charming charmingly
ly charmingly entertained this afternoon at her
home on Pine street the Presbyterian
social and silver tea, between the
hours of 3 and 6 o'clock. In her duties
as hostess Mrs. Mclver was assisted
by the church officers, Mrs. W. W.
Condon and Mrs. George MacKay re receiving
ceiving receiving at the front door, Mrs. Mc Mclver
lver Mclver introducing all callers to the
guests of honor for the afternoon,
Rev. and Mrs. John R. Herndon, the
newly appointed- minister of the
church. After a few minutes pleas pleasant
ant pleasant conversation, Mrs. R. L. Anderson
and Mrs. E. A. Osborne led the way
to the dining room, where hot coffee,
chicken salad, pickles and wafers
were served by Misses Bettie Mclver,
Eugenia Fuller, Mary McDowell,
Elizabeth Davis and Alice Sexton,
assisted by Mrs. R. G. Blake. This
room was beautiful in wild flower
decorations. The table was centered
by an immense basket of yellow cos cosmos
mos cosmos resting upon a crystal reflector,
the effect being very pretty indeed.
Cut flowers and potted ferns made
the front hall and elegant reception
rooms most attractive. In the music
room Miss Irma Blake presided
throughout the afternoon, rendering
i magnificent progres of her very ;
oveliest selections. The guests linger- i
ed long to fully enjoy this delightful
feature of the afternoon's" pleasure.
This silver tea, being the first of the
season and in compliment to the pop
ular pastor and his charming wife, j
was greatly enjoyed by a large at attendance,
tendance, attendance, all of whom were delight delighted
ed delighted to meet them upon such an aus-
picious occasion. Kev. and Mrs.
Herndon express themselves as de- j
ighted with their new home and en
vironments, and this afternoon added
many friends to their rapidly grow growing
ing growing list of acquaintances. Through
Mrs. Mclver's wonderful tact and
charming hospitality the ladies of
this organization are to be congrat
ulated upon the success of this aft afternoon's
ernoon's afternoon's affair, which elicited much
praise from every one present. It is
the custom of the church to hold one
of these silver teas each month
throughout the winter, at the resi
dence of some one of the members,
and it is needless to add that through
its mighty social medium' lies the
strength and power of growth and
unity. Socially and financially, this
afternoon's affair was a complete suc
Mrs. Robert Marsh entertained the
members of the Baptist sewing circle
this afternoon at her home on Tusca-
willa street. She was assisted by her
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Walter Marsh,
and at the social hour served her
guests to delicious refreshments. The
afternoon with Mrs. Marsh was in
every way most enjoyable.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Blount have
returned home from a honeymoon
spent in New York City and are at
home .to their friends at the residence
of Mr. Blount's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
B W".? Blount, on King street, River Riverside,
side, Riverside, Jacksonville.
"Smile," its painless. Nobody ever
frowned that it didn't hurt either the
frowner or the frowned upon.
Mrs. William Sinclair left today
for Canaveral, where she will spend
the winter with her daughter, Mrs.
Holmes and family.
The "Wildcats" enjoyed a splash
party Saturday afternoon at Silver
Springs, the crowd going down in
three automobiles contributed by
Messrs. Jewett, Davies and Davis.
The afternoon was one of great sport,
the atmosphere being warm and the
water most exhilerating. Enjoying
this splash party were Misses Bertha
Smith, the club coach and Susan Tid Tid-ball
ball Tid-ball as chaperone; Annie Moorhead,
Callie Gissendaner, Theo Beckham,
Agnes Burford, Louise Rentz, Louise
Spencer, Leslie Jackson, Lillian
Smith, Meme Davis, Nellie Beckham,
Gladys Osborne and Sidney Perry.
The Wildcats have begun practicing
again after a suspension for the
summer, the members of the team be being
ing being practically the same as last
m m m
Dr. and Mrs. W. K. Lane returned
last night from a week-end visit .to
Brooksville, where they were guests
of Mr. and Mrs. Burwell and family.
Mr. Burwell, who has been so des desperately
perately desperately ill, is rapidly recovering, and
his many friends hope' to see him out
soon. Dr. and Mrs. Lane made the
return trip home by moonlight and
just one mile out of Inverness they
had the misfortune of plunging their
car into a fallen tree which lay across
the road, thinking it" was a shadow.
Mrs. Lane was pitched out .of the
machine and received several severe
bruises and cuts about the mouth. Dr.
Lane was held in by the steering
wheel. The car was badly bumped,
axles bent, and is in a deplorable lop lopsided
sided lopsided condition this morning. The
timely application of brakes was all j
that averted a serious accident and j
possibly a fatal one. The balance of j
the trip home was made under trying ;
circumstances. At Inverness they re- i
ported the tree to the sheriff and he
sent a man out and had a light plac-'
ed as a danger signal. Dr. and Mrs.
Lane are to be congratulated upon j
their narrow escape and their friends
are glad to know it was no worse.
The marriage of Miss Evola Strong
of this city to Mr. Phillip Yonge of
Savannah, was solemnized this morn morning
ing morning at 11 o'clock at the home of the
bride's mother, Mrs. Hayes on North
Magnolia street, in -the presence of a
home audience and a few of the im immediate
mediate immediate friends of the petite bride.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens officiated. The
home for this occasion was most
elaborately decorated in white drap draperies
eries draperies and cut flowers, interspersed
with potted ferns. The ceremony
took place in the Jiving room, which
was almost entirely done in white.
The bridal party took their places
under an immense pure white wed wedding
ding wedding bell. The bride was attended by
Miss Cecile McDonald, and the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful ring service was used. Miss
Strong was gowned in an exquisite
going away costume of blue with ac accessories
cessories accessories to match, and was very
pretty and most attractive looking,
Carrying an immense wedding bou bouquet
quet bouquet of gorgeous bridal roses. The
groom wore the convention morning
wedding suit and was all that a win winsome
some winsome bride could wish. After the im impressive
pressive impressive ceremony a delicious ice
course with white cake was served,
the young couple leaving immediate immediately
ly immediately on the northbound Coast Line train
for Savannah, which city will be
their future home, amid a shower of
good wishes and many congratula congratulations
tions congratulations for a long and happy life. Miss
Strong grew to young womanhood in
this city and is a very popular girl
among her circle of devoted friends,
who wish her every happiness in her
hew home.- Mr. Yonge is an exem exemplary
plary exemplary young man, being an engineer
on one of the Seaboard lines out from
his home city, and has a wide circle
of friends to wish him every happi happiness.
ness. happiness. The bridal party was accom accompanied
panied accompanied to the train, and showered
with rice and good wishes by num numerous
erous numerous friends. Misses Fannie Lou
and Laura Edna Taylor, two charm charming
ing charming young ladies of Savannah, who
came to be present at the wedding,
returned home with the bride and
Miss Tilly Pasteur is the guest of
her sister, Mrs. Charles Cullen and
family for a few days, coming up
from the lake on last Thursday.
Mr. R. L. Carter, who is connected
with the Worth-Stevens Furniture
Co. in Live Oak, spent the week-end
in this city with his wife at their
pretty home near the high school
dormitory. Mr. Carter was accom accompanied
panied accompanied to Ocala by Messrs. George
Allison of the Suwannee Hardware
Co., Jim Adams of the Worth-Stevens
Co., R. T. McMullen and U.' V. Stev
ens of Bloom & Co., of Live Oak.
These gentlemen spent the day "see "seeing
ing "seeing Ocala," and were delighted with
out little city and the beauties of
Silver Springs. The entire party re returned
turned returned to Live Oak last night.-
Miss Snow, one of the representa representative
tive representative young ladies of the Pedro sec section,
tion, section, came to the dormitory Saturday
afternoon to make her home for. the
winter, and attend the high school.
Mrs. J. II. Dunn left this morning
for a few weeks' visit to her sister,
Mrs. C. P. Moore and family at St.
Mrs. L. M. Murray, who has been
quite sick for several days, is we are
pleased to state much improved and
was' able to sit up for a short time
Mr. and Mrs. Fishel leave tomor
row for their new home in Leesburg.
The good wishes of their Ocala
friends accompany them.
The Eastern Star "sewing circle
will hold 'a business meeting Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at the
home of Mrs. L. W. Harley.
Mildred Hendricks, whose
marriage to Dr. Henry Scruggs of
Fort Lauderdale, will be a pretty
event cf Wednesday afternoon in
Jacksonville, is the guest of honor at
a very charming little needle party
this morning given by Mrs. Claude
Shine at her cozy apartment in Ash
ley Court. Miss Hendricks has been
the recipient of many pretty little
pre-nuptial affairs and her marriage
on Wednesday will be a very lovely
The Young Woman's Christian As
sociation of the Woman's College in
Tallahassee 4ield its annual reception
Saturday evening. Altho the affair
was in honor of the new arrivals in
the school, every one was invited
The program was in charge of the
social committee of which Miss Annie
Pope Eagleton is chairman and was
a magnificent success.
m m m
Mr. and Mrs. W. M. Dale and little
daughter, Miss Virginia Dale, Mr.
I can make
All Wool, the Latest
Style, to your measure
as you want them for only $3.50.
stop in soon before they are all gone,
only Seventy-Five pieces in the entire
and Mrs. Stringfellow and Mrs. Dell
and little daughter, were guests of
friends yesterday in the city, motor
ing down from Gainesville early in
the morning and returning by moon-
Mrs. Cary Dyer of Palatka arrived
Friday for a several days' visit with
Mrs. William Preece, at her pretty
home on Pine street.
Mrs. W. A. Girard is expected this
afternoon from her home in New
York City to spend the winter as the
guest of her mother, Mrsi William
Preece. Mrs. Girard was:here for a
few weeks last season and her friends
made upon that occasion will be de delighted
lighted delighted to meet her again.
Curtis E. Hay of Inverness, accom
panied by Misses Esther, and Allie D.
Stephens and Miss Mary Seymour,
motored over from that city Sunday
and spent several hours here sight
seeing. Crystal River News.
NOTICE TO MOTHERS
Mothers who have requested appli
cation blanks for the Better Babies
Contest will please have them filled
in and returned by November 1st..
Mrs.'E. G. Peek.
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS
If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-uphelstered, re-polished
or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala,
Rag carpets, rugs, etc., made to
order. Curtain cleaning, lace curtains
a speciality. Write or call except
Saturday, Mrs. Youngberg, No. 719
Wenona St., Ocala, Fla. law-4w
BILIOUSNESS & CONSTIPATION
It is certainly surprising that any
woman will endure the miserable feel feelings
ings feelings caused by biliousness and con constipation,
stipation, constipation, when relief is so easily had
and at so little expenese. Mrs. Chas.
Peck, Gates, N. Y., writes: "About a
year ago I used two bottles of Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets and they cured me
of biliousnessand constipation." Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Try one cf those frosted pints of
Patst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh .vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
The best peanut brittle on earth is
the kind that has just been received
at the Court Pharmacy. 13-6t
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
drinks, at Johnny's Place. tf
v J j
THIS lucky Purchase on my part of
Seventy-Five Wool Ends makes it
possible for Seventy-Five Men in Ocala to
have a pair of Trousers made to their in individual
dividual individual measure for only $3.50 per pain
HTHE goods are All Wool, good patterns,
and you can have yours made exactly
Why Pay More"
No. 1. Lv. Jacksonville, 6:30 p. m.;
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa 6:30 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
9:30 a. m.
No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Oc&la 1:17
p. m.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
8 p. m.
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.;
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. m.
No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.
Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. m.,
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30
a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p..m.; Ly. Ocala, 4:10 p.
ro.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.
TO THE PUBLIC
"I feel that I owe the manufactur manufacturers
ers manufacturers of Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy a word of
gratitude," writes Mrs. T. N. White-
ill, Gowanda. N. Y. "Wnen 1 De-
gan taking this medicine I was.m
great pain and feeling terribly sick,
due to an attack of summer com-
laint. After taking a dose of it I
ad not long to wait for relief as it
benefited me almost immediately.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
To Hunters and Trappers
Ship your furs to me. I pay high
price for all kinds of hides. Check
goes back same day fur arrives. Z.
O. Lynn & Co., Brooker, Fla. 14-
No. 71 Leave Palatka, 7:30 a. m
arrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1:05 p. m.;
arrive Palatka, 5:25 p. m.
Buy your drugs from
Ocala's best drug store.
Charles E. KipHnger
DOCTOR OF CHIROPRACTIC
Rooms 20 and 21 Holder Block
Consultation free. Office hours: 9
to 12 a. m., 1:30 to 5 p. m. Evenings
their customers are
well pleased with
You had better
because there are
We Want YOU
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
. .. EVERY DAY
Beginning Thursday, Octo October
ber October 14th we will give some
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
at our expense. Watch the
"Unclassified Ad." column
of the Star for your name.
, Care Square Deal Garage
YONGE'S BLOCK, OCALA
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
.Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the ciu
1 d I
OCALA EVENING. STAB, MONDAY, OCTOBER 18, 1915
IT SHOULD BE INVESTIGATED
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
OCALA OCCURENCES I
K. of P. meet tonight.
Council meets tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Woodmen meet Friday night.
Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow
For plumbing ana eiectrical work
see II. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
Mr. M. M. Clyatt of Otter Creek
was at the Harrington Sunday.
Our sheet music stock Is up-to-date.
8-2-tf Lattner's fiano Store.
Max. Min. Rain
October 1 83 74 .79
October 2 84 72
October 3 84 71 .17
October 4 88 72 1.20
October 5 87 70 .05
October 6 88 71 .32
October 7 87 70 .45
October 8 ...75. 69 .02
October 9 .'... 70 54
October 10 ..72 51
October 12 76 58 ..
October 13 83 64 .24
October 14 .........85 70
October 15 ...86 72
October 16 85 72
October 17 ...83 72" .51
Mr. W. T. Gary, who ha3 been on
the sick list for some days, i3 out
and attending to business today.
Everybody cordially invited to be
present at the Sunday school lecture
at the Methodist church this evening
at 7:3,0. Don't fail to be there.
Don't forget the Sunday school lec
ture by Miss Kilpatrick. at the Meth
odist church this evening at 7:30. Be
sure to come.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
employing all registered pharma
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
The following reports of tempera
ture and rainfall are made to the Star
by the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
Partly cloudy tonight and Tuesday
with local showers Tuesday.
Besides its regular and very inter interesting
esting interesting program this evening, the
Temple will have a special education
al feature in "The Man Who Came
B'ck." There is no extra charge and
all should see it.
Clever and popular W. B. Galla Gallagher,
gher, Gallagher, after a pleasant vacation in
Kentucky, is back among his numer
ous Ocala friends.
' Nice fresh peanut brittle, the kind
that has made us famous, at the Court
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
Report of Cruelty to Animals in Lake
County Road Work
Mrs. Perdue of the Ocala Humane
Society, has received a letter from a
lady in Lake county, telling of the
conditions of the mules that are be being
ing being worked on the public roads.
"That is the worst I ever heard of,"
she says. She saw them with should shoulders
ers shoulders raw to the bone and the blood
running from their legs. At the same
time they were unmercifully beaten.
The matter has been taken up with
the authorities and it is to be hoped
something will be done to stop this
Mr. Frank Mathews, who is engag
ed in building two handsome boats in
Jacksonville, spent Sunday with his
Mrs. D. N. Mathews received a tel
egram this morning stating that her
neice, Mrs. Lottie Neuner, of Plant
Mathews went down to Plant City this
City, was very ill. Mr. and Mrs.
afternoon to be with Mrs. Neuner.
Mr. J. M. Looney and family ar-.
rived yesterday from near Atlanta to
become residents of Ocala. They are
guests of the Ocala House for the
present. Mr. Looney will have charge
of Mr. J. A. Manley's big farm, suoth suoth-west
west suoth-west of town.
Mr. A. R. Sandlhv of the Citrus
Fruit Exchange and Mr. E. M. Finch
commercial agent of the Coast Line,
left this morning in Mr. Sandlin's,
auto to look after business to the
south of here.
The events that occurred at the
close of Belshazzar's brief reign in
the year 538 B. C. are very interest interesting.
ing. interesting. The city of Babylon was 50
miles in circumference. Belshazzar's
palace was seven miles in circumf er
ence. Belshazzar will be at- the Tern
pie theater Thursday evening, Oct.
Tuesday, Wednesday, Thursday
Values up to $25.00
r7 T T
Only one of a kind.
Look at thegWindow
WHERE YOU WILL BE!
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Ocala to Jacksonville
HALF FARE 75c
UNVEILING OF THE WOMAN'S
Tickets, on sale October 25th, good to return October 26th. ':
M. R. WILLIAMS, C. T. A., J. G. KIRKLAND. D. P A
Mr. W. D. Richey, the veteran trav
eling man is in town today from
Lakeland. Mr. Richey says business
slowly but steadily improves.
If you are not a Sunday school
worker, come out to the lecture this
evening and learn how to become a
worker. Something helpful is in
store for those who hear Miss Kil Kilpatrick
patrick Kilpatrick and Rev. A. H. Cole at the
Methodist church this evening at
Always trade at a Rexall store.
They are the world's best drug
NONE EQUAL TO CHAMBERLAIN
"I have tried most all of the cough
cures and find that there is none that
equal Chamberlain's Cough Remedy.
It has never failed to give me prompt
relief," writes W. V. Harner, Mont Mont-pelier,
pelier, Mont-pelier, Ind. When you have a cold
give this remedy a trial and see for
yourself what a splendid medicine it
is. Obtainable 'verywhere. Adv.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
MR. W. II. McCONN And one friend
will each receive a bottle of Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola by presenting this notice at the
store of the Rivers Grocery Company
on North Magnolia street.
ESTRAY DOG A Collie pup. Any
information will be rewarded by Dr.
J. G. Purvis. 16-3t
FORD WANTED Wanted a Ford
touring car; must be cheap and in
good condition; Address "Ford," care
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A.C Gates. 10-9-tf
COTTAGE FOR RENT A small cot cottage,
tage, cottage, well located. Owner will re remodel
model remodel same according to wishes of
tenant. Apply to Davis S. Welch. 29-tf
FOR SALE At a bargain, runabout
Maxwell car. Address "X," care the
FOR SALE Bea room furniture;
dresser, ladies' dressing table, wash
stand; cost $50; good as new; will
sell for $25 cash. Address, Furni Furniture,
ture, Furniture, care Star. 10-15-6t
FOR RENT Large and comfortable
rooms with fireplace; nicely furnish furnished;
ed; furnished; conveniently located; all modern
conveniences; rates reasonable. Apply
603 East Second street, corner San Sanchez,
chez, Sanchez, or at Star office. 9-7-tf
(Continued from First Page)
for chair for teacher and one lock for
door and slating for blackboard was
The superintendent reported the re reopening
opening reopening of the Lake Bryant school
and a request was presented for the
appointment of C. H. Rogers as su supervisor
pervisor supervisor which was ordered to be
done. Also, repairs to the house and
means of getting water not to exceed
$20 were requested and granted.
A communication was presented
from Mr. W. J. Crosby for the trus trustees
tees trustees of Citra district mentioning that
one of the teachers had left and
the place had been supplied by anoth another
er another and also that the negroes were
having to use a church on account of
the unsafe condition of their old
school house. Also there was a re request
quest request that the board proceed to let
contract as soon as possible to have
the old white school building removed
to the lot secured for the colored
school building and set up in the
same condition as it is at present.
Five No. 3 desks were granted for
the Dallas school and one length of
A bid from A. B. Moore for the re
moval of the old school building at
Citra was presented and it was order ordered
ed ordered to ask the trustees for additional
bids to be considered in connection
with this one for the work.
Several bids were presented for the
electrical wiring of the county dormi
tory and the lowest being that of Mr.
J. McL Thomas, the work was award
ed to him for $64 for 34 lights.
A communication was presented
from Mr. E. D. Rou of Reddick with
reference to the building of a sani sanitary
tary sanitary closets there and it was ordered
to send specifications to the trustees
for their information, and guidance.
A request from the teacher in
charge of the Citra colored school
for additional help was presented but
it was not thought necessary to furn
ish any more help until the house
could be gotten fixed.
F. B. Harper was granted permit
to send to Bay Lake instead of Or
ange Springs school on account of it
A bill of supplies for the industrial
department of Howard Academy, in
the way of equipment was presented
and discussed with the prnicipal and
the industrial teacher. ,r The original
amount asked for was over $500., but
the board authorized the superintend
ent to expend not more thaw $175 for
the equipment most needed at this
The superintendent reported that
the average ot the Citra school hav
ing passed the required average of 85,
there had been a fourth teacher sup
plied. Also the average for the Buck
Pond school having passed 35 there
had been an assistant furnished.
A request for 15 new desks at Ir
vine was granted and It was agreed
that when the Fantville school house
was completely covered the county
would furnish new desks there and
use the old ones at, some, other place
A request for recitation sette.e, for
Orange Springs school ( was granted.
A request from principal of the Mt,
Olive school for .increase in salary
was refused. v
Reports of the county judge ofthun
ters license for the month of Septem
ber showing $41 turned into school
fund was presented.
Mr. J. Camp for the Ocala trustees
called and discussed the leaks in the
roof of the new building and it was
ordered to take the matter up with
the architect and the contractors and
A delegation with the principal of
Fessenden Academy called and dis-
cused with the board the possibility
of operating the county school in
connection with the academy. It was
agreed that there was no warrant in
the law for so doing and the people
were requested to secure a lot for
the erection of a county school build building.
ing. building. The board adjourned for noon.
Wednesday Afternoon Session
The board met with all present and
The petition of the electors of. the
Heidtville district asking that an elec election
tion election be called for the purpose of de determining
termining determining whether or not the district
boundaries should be changed, having
been duly advertised in the Marion
County Advocate of Dunnellon, It was
ordered that due notice of an election
to be held on .Tuesday, November 16,
1915, should be published in the same
A great many bills were audited and
need apply. A genuine business
proposition. All correspondence con confidential.
fidential. confidential. If you mean business ad address
dress address "Lease," care Ocala Evening
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also fop light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
FOR SALE Two-story house on
Fort King avenue. One of the very
best locations in Ocala. Terms to
suit. Address P. O. Box 273, Ocala,
FURNISHED ROOMS FOR RENT
Call at No. 1, South Fifth street. Mrs.
Mary Gillen. 10-12
FOR LEASE I have a three-year
lease on large store room which I
want to sub-lease; location best in
town for any retail business; will give
possession January 1. No "pikers"
THIS IS THE NEW 1916 MODEL
IT IS A
Five Passenger Touring Car
ITS PRICE IS
In OCALA -The
The Maxwell is the Best Looking,
The Best Riding end Cheapest Car
Of any of the 1916 Products
The MAXWELL will give you MORE Tire, Gasolene and Oil Miles
and Less Expense for General Upkeep than any automobile made, with
no exceptions. You can see the new car and get a demonstration of what
it will do by calling on the agent. Catalogs and specifications mailed on requjs t
Agent for Marion County
FOR RENT A six-room and bath,
completely furnished, well located
residence, with every convenience, in including
cluding including garage, for rent for not less
than four months. Address "Furnish "Furnished
ed "Furnished Residence," care the Star. 13-tf
LAND TO RENT A ten acre tract
two miles out, fronting on Silver
Springs boulevard; fenced. Will be
rented on shares. Apply to R. R.
Carroll, Star office. 9-30-tf
AUTO TRUCK FOR SALE One
ton truck, powerful and in first class
condition; cheap for cash. Apply at
Florida House or at Star office. 9-tf
STOLEN Thursday night, red frame
j Pierce bicycle, red tread tires. Suit Suitable
able Suitable reward for its return to P. V.
jLeavengood, at Star office. 9-t
ordered paid from county funds,
s The treasurer's report .was present present-e;d
e;d present-e;d and checked and compared with
warrants returned and showed results
as follows: Balance from last month
$240.43, from tax collector for 1912
$3.70 and for 1913 $3.70 and for 1914
$206.22, extra polls $92, 1914 $419.3G;
from the comptroller, for Ocala Nor Northern
thern Northern Ry. for 1912 $483.30; tax certifi certificate
cate certificate for April 1915 $33.86; from the
superintendent for examination fees
$61, total $1548i7, disbursements
$1281.26, balance, $267.31. From the
loan fund balance at beginning of
month $1368.69, disbursements $437. $437.-30,
30, $437.-30, balance on hand $931.30, balance
on of refund account $25.37, total
balance on hand $1224.07. The fol following
lowing following balances for the bond interest
and sinking funds accounts were
shown: Ocala, $123.02; Dunnellon,
$818.20; Citra, $379.77.
The following district balances
were shown: Ocala, $118.67; Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, $119.91; Belleview, $326.26; Fant
ville, $62.45; Dunnellon, $7.82; Red Reddick,
dick, Reddick, $174.61; Pine Level, $275.29;
Mayville, $82.06; Weirsdale, $818.35;
Citra, $16.97; Griner Farm, $10.43;
Buck Pond, $213.28; Sparr, $6.83;
Candler, $571.35; Fellowship, $22.37;
Electra, $50.70; Blitchton, $65.74;
Martel, $435.46; Fort King, $150.01;
Capulet, $0.84; Lindale, $262.55; Cot Cotton
ton Cotton Plant, $236.76; Orange Lake, $274.-
tlr. Ragland Writes Interesting
Letter on This Subject.
Madison Heights, Va. Mr. Chas. A.
Ragland, of this place, writes: "I have
been taking Thedford's Black-Draught
for indigestion, and other stomach troub troubles,
les, troubles, also colds, and find it to be the very
best medicine I have ever used.
After taking Black-Draught for a few
days, I always feel like a new man."
Nervousness, nausea, heartburn, pain
in pit of stomach, and a feeling of full fullness
ness fullness after eating, are sure symptoms of
stomach trouble, and should be given the
proper treatment, as your strength and
health depend very largely upon your
food and its digestion.
To get quick and permanent relief
from these ailments, you should take
a medicine of known curative merit.
Its 75 years of splendid success, in the
treatment of Just such troubles, proves
the real merit of Thedford's Black Black-Draught.
Draught. Black-Draught. Safe, pleasant, gentle in action,
and without bad after-effects," it is sure
to benefit both young and old. For sale
everywhere. Price 25c NLCia
When kind nature has given you beautiful pearly teeth, use" our
brushes and pastes and PRESERVE them.
A clean mouth and sweet breath are net only a' mark of good
breeding, but also make food taste better and aid digestion.
You can better make your hair pretty and keep it pretty by us using
ing using our tonics.
The minute you enter our drugj store you will say "Well, here's
where I will trade."
Anti-Monopoly Drug Store.
WE TAKE CARE
97; Oak Hill, $40.98; Moss Bluff, $1.79;
Fairfield, $18.95; Cottage Hill, $27.27;
Charter Oak, $349.73; Kendrick, $115. $115.-76;
76; $115.-76; Ocklawaha, $198.34; Heidtville,
$330.77; Pleasant Hill, $175.41; Fort
McCoy, $115.67; Anthony, $99.15 ; Sum
merfield, $63.60; Homeland, $8.09;
Shiloh, $21.88. Total, $5907.31.
No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet inregular
session on Tuesday, November 2, 1915.
J. H. BRINSON, Sec'y.
WORTH THEIR WEIGHT IN GOLD
"I have usedChamberiain'3 Tablets
and found them to be just as repre represented,
sented, represented, a quick relief for headaches,
dizzy spells and other symptoms de denoting
noting denoting a torpid liver and a disorder disordered
ed disordered condition of the digestive organs.
They are worth their weight in gold,"
writes Miss Clara A. Driggs, Elba,
N. Y. Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Aunt "You've counted up to eight
nicely, dear. But don't you know what
comes after eight?" Elsie "Bedtime."
At 10:30 a. m. on Tuesday, the
2Cth day of October, A. D. 1915, 1 will
offer for sale at Dunnellon, Fla., the
entire stock of general merchandise
and store fixtures of D. G. WTatkins in
bankruptcy. On the same date I will
also offer for sale the stock of paints
of the above named bankrupt.
The above stocks to be sold for cash
to the highest and best bidder. The
trustee reserving the right to reject
any or all bids as he may see fit.
S. S. Savage Jr.,
10-13 Trustee in Bankruptcy.
Real Weak Point.
Ken, for the most part, have mora
food ideals than they are capable of
using. Ike weak print in people
lot in thftir knowlode of eood
itril nor in thir desires to be good.
rat m their Wilis weak to realize
he ior.'ingF i ?H ;ritual natura
Where Steadines Is Requisite.
A steady hard In military affairs is
more rt-cjuipite in peace, because
an error commftt-.l !n war may prova