OOALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1916
Fair tonight. Friday probably
VOL. 22, NO. 193
ITALIAN !A11I IS
Great Victory for Its Armies in Cap Capture
ture Capture of the Important City
London, Aug. 10 All Italy is cele celebrating
brating celebrating the fall of Gorizia. It is re reported
ported reported that the Italians took twenty
thousand prisoners, with the city. The
retreating Austrians are being pur-
ITALIANS DRIVE AUSTRIANS
The Italians are driving the Aus Austrians
trians Austrians toward Trieste, twenty-two
miles away, the Italians say. This
apparently threatens the important
Austrian port on the Adriatic.
The capture of Gorizia by the Ital Italians
ians Italians is considered as one of the most
important gains made since the Al Allies
lies Allies began their offensive. Gorizia is
the door through which the Italians
hope to paS3 through in capturing
Trieste, Austria's big seaport at the
Tiead of the Adriatic sea.
A TEMPORARY CALM' :
The French report further progress
for their troops north of the Hem
wood in the Somme region, but it is
indicated the fighting is not quite so'
severe as in previous days. The Brit British
ish British also report a quiet night on their
"front. V ; :
MORE RUSSIANS IN THE WEST
Another contingent of Russian
troops has arrived in France.
MUSCOVITES MAKE ANOTHER
. MOVE v.':'
The Russians report the capture of
the railway station af Krpylinon the
The taking, of Kryplin is considered
important as it cuts the railway and
threatens Stanislau, whose speedy
evacuation by the Austrians is expect expected.
ed. expected. ,' y-'!.
MOVING PICTURE FEATURES
Good news for Ocala movie fans!
Beginning Monday, August 14, the
Temple theater will run eleven-day
Paramount pictures. That is, the pic pictures
tures pictures will be seen here just 11 days
after they are first released to the
public by the producers. -The Temple
will get the pictures immediately
after they, are shown at the Arcade
theater in Jacksonville, This change
will of necessity" eliminate the feat features
ures features that Manager Bennett has had
booked for this month from August
14 on; but he will make an effort to
get those eliminated features as ex extras.
tras. extras. The features for. thismonth
under the new booking will be: Paul Pauline
ine Pauline Frederick in "The Woman in the
' Case," Aug 14; Marguerite Clark in
"Little Lady. Eileen," Aug. 17; Cleo
Ridgely and Wallace Reid in "The
House of Golden Windows," Aug.' El;
Vivian Martin in "Stronger Love,"
Aug, 24; Blanch Sweet in "Public
Opinion," Aug. 28; Owen Moore in
"Rolling Stones," Aug. 1.
At the Temple this afternoon and
tonight will be seen Frank Losee in
"The Evil Thereof," a Famous Play Players
ers Players feature. It ii said to be a power powerful
ful powerful sermon, and an indictment of the
mad love of money and the evils
thereof. The plot has to do with the
idle rich and the overworked pooc
Tomorrow there will be another
Keystone comedy, Ford Sterling in
"The Hunt." The fourth episode of
"The Girl and the Game" serial will
be shown, and a Pathe News.
OLD SOLDIERS ASSEMBLE
Mnrinn Haitin No. 56. U. C. V.. met
August 8th, 1916.
The commander being absent, ex
Commander L. M. Graham was re
quested to take the chair.
Prayer by Chaplain Folks.
tVia fnllowincr comrades answered
A V o
to roll call: Alfred Ayer, J. L. Beck,
M. P. Frink, W. J. Folks, L. M. Gra
ham, F. E. Harris, A. Mcintosh, J. W
Nance, C. C. Priest, G. J. Ross, I. P
Stevens and D. H. Irvine.
Minutes of the last meeting were
read and adopted.
As there was no further business
the camp adjourned. t
- Alfred Ayer, Adjutant.
When you have plumbing or elec elec-contracting
contracting elec-contracting let 3s furnish you
estimates. No job to large and none
to cmal1. H. W. Tucker.
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
per ounce, a Ceng s.
GOIIIG TO PAY GOL
For Our Newly Contemplated Incum Incumbrance,
brance, Incumbrance, the Danish West
Washington, Aug. 10. The propos proposed
ed proposed treaty by which the United States
buys the Danish West Indies is be before
fore before the foreign relations committee.
It became known today the matter
was referred to the committee during
the executive session Tuesday. On
request of the Danish foreign office
the terms will be kept confidential
until, both governments agree to
them. It is understood the 'United
States would take over all government
property on the islands, guarantee the
rights of the Danes living there a'nd
pay in gold.
Special Men Sent to Marion County
for Descriptive Matter by
Ocala and Marion county are get getting
ting getting a wealth of good publicity these
days, and any. newspaper man knows
that in order to get the publicity it is
necessary that the city and county
has a "story" to tell. Special Wyriters
do not go after "stories" where they
do not exist. At present Mr. Earl C.
May,' representing the Thomas Adver Advertising
tising Advertising Service, of Jacksonville, and
Mr. George II. Walker, of that city,
official photographer for the develop development
ment development department of the Seaboard Air
Line railway, i are u here gathering
facts about, and getting photographs
cf, the live stock industry of the
county.5 Mr. May is writing the
"copy," and Mr. Walker is getting the
pictures, for an illustrated article
which the Seaboard Air Line will use
in one of its publications for the pur purpose
pose purpose of convincing the outside world
that cattle raising in Florida is a
Yesterday Mr. May and Mr. Walker
were put with Mr. Z. C. Chambliss,
and this morning were out with him
again, getting "stories" and photo photographs
graphs photographs of cattle, hogs, sheep, silos
and fields of feed for the stock. They
plan this afternoon to go to the
Muclan farms on the river.
Both Mr. May and Mr. Walker are
former newspaper men.
SOLD ABOVE PAR
Bartow, Aug. 10. The board of
county commissioners, at their meet
ing yesterday, accepted the bid of A.
B. Leach & Co. of New York, for the
whole of the $1,500,000 good roads
bond issue, the price being 100.171,
$2,865 above par.
Berlin, Aug. 8. Mr. and Mrs. Chas
B. Rawls of Ocala spent last week
here visiting friends and relatives.
Miss Inez Collins of Irvine is the at
tractive guest of the Misses McCully.
Mr. Thomas Proctor of Ocala
motored out last Thursday evening
and was the guest of Rev. and Mrs.
Crumpton over night. He was ac
companied home on Friday morning
by Mrs. Proctor and Mrs. H. E.
Crumpton and little daughter, who
have been the guests of relatives for
the past few days.
Mr. Fenton Blitch and Misses Legie
and Opal Blitch of Blitchton were
guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. McCully last Thursday evening.
Mrs. H. E. Snowden and Miss An
nie Lee Hood and Messrs. II. C.
Snowden, J. L. B. Hudgens, Bucher
Beck, S. D. Atkinson and Harry Mc
Cully of this place attended the .Ox
ford barbecue last Saturday ani re
port having had a pleasant time.
Mr. N. A. Noble of Morriston was
the .week-end guest of his family at
the home f Mr. and Mrs. McCully
last week. He was accompanied
home Monday by his wife and chil
dren,- who have been visiting rela
tives in Berlin the past week.
Misses Lora and Leone Brooks en
tertained the Young Ladies Friend
ship club last Thursday afternoon and
judging from the number of young
ladies ye scribe saw headed for Mrs.
Brooks home about 3 o'clock, they
must have expected to have a pleas
ant time. The club will meet' with
the Misses McCully Thursday of this
Miss WTinnifred McCully returned
home from Ocala last Wednesday
after spending a week very pleasant pleasantly
ly pleasantly the guest of Miss Jewel Marlowe.
Mr. E. B. Weathers disposed of an
equine last Saturday. These sales are
what it takes to make the farmer's
STRIVING TO PREVENT
' THE STRIKE
Mediation Board Trying to Bring
About an Understanding Between
Railroads and Their Men
New York, Aug. 10. -The federal
mediation board is prepared today to
meet with representatives of the rail railroad
road railroad workmen of two hundred and
twenty-five railroads to hear their
side of the wage controversy The
board heard the railroad side yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. These deliberations are secret.
There are three possible results of
mediation. The board may get both
sides to sign an agreement, get the
consent of both to arbitrate or fail in
both efforts if the men don't want to
PRESIDENT MAY BE APPEALED
If the United States board of medi mediation
ation mediation and conciliation fails to adjust
the differences between the railroads
in the country and the four hundred
thousand employes, President Wilson
will be asked to use his personal ef efforts
forts efforts to prevent a general strike.
MEN STANDING FIRM
While nothing has been officially
disclosed, it became known on good
authority that the brotherhoods show
Lno disposition td modify their de
mands. G. W. W. Hanger, one of the
mediators, said the situation might be
cleared in twenty-four hours or it
might be a week.
Gigantic Demonstration to be
Friday, August 25th, in
Jacksonville Aug. 10. A monster
preparedness parade designed for all
the people of Florida is to ,be held at
Jacksonville on Aug. 25. This will
mark the beginning of the three days
celebration which will eclipse any anything
thing anything of the kind in the United States.
The .Second Regiment stationed at
Black' Point will head the parade, fol followed
lowed followed by the First Regiment and
naval militia, which will be followed
by various organizations. In all, it
is expected that upwards of 30,000
people will be n line. ;
; The arrangements so far contem contemplated
plated contemplated include a parade on the after afternoon
noon afternoon of Aug. 25. A great ball will
be held at night at the Duval county
Saturday afternoon, Aug. 26, the
parents, wives, sweethearts and the
friends of the boys comprising the
Second Regiment will be conveyed in
automobiles to : Black Point, inhere
regimental drills will be in order.
. Saturday night the parents of the
soldiers of the Second Regiment will
be given a dinner at one of the lead leading
ing leading hotels.
On Sunday, Aug. 27, there will' be
a free barbecue, of the old fashioned
variety, at Pablo Beach.
Candler, Aug. 9. Mr. C. H. Math
ews returned from Daytona Friday
evening where he spent the past two
weeks most pleasantly.
Miss Violet Albertson of DeLand,
who has been visiting her sister, Mrs,
Douglas at Weirsdale, came "up Sun
day evening for a visit to Miss Mabel
Mr. Sam Mathews is a recent Ford
purchaser, which enables him to have
the pleasure of returning t home after
his daily duties in the Commercial
Bank of Ocala are over.
Mrs. B. B. Staats spent the greater
part of the past week visiting friends
at Fort King.
Miss Mabel McClain entertained
Tuesday evening in honor of Miss
An ice cream social will be given
at the manse Thursday evening, which
is the result of the work of the Ladies'
'Mrs. P. A. Fort is ill at her home
east of town, while Mrs.- Belle Holtz Holtz-Claw
Claw Holtz-Claw is convalescing from a recent
Dr. A. Belcher was a prominent
business visitor to Ocala Monday.
. School opens September 4th, with
Mrs. Blanche Thompson again in
Miss Elizabeth Freeman, a member
of the Kendrick school faculty, is
visiting that place today viewing the
landscape with a 'view of being in
readiness Sept. 4th.
WOOOMKJM OF THE WOKIiB
Fort King Camp No. 14 actets at
the EL of P. tail, at 7:30 p. m. every
second ana iourtn iTiaay. visiun
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, G C.
Chas- K. Saze. Clerk.
LOSS OF LIFE
In West Virginia Floods is Heavy and
Damage to Property
t Associated Press)
Charleston, W. Va., Aug. 10.
Twenty-three bodies have been recov
ered from the debris carried down by
he flood which swept the Cabin creek
valley yesterday. Looting has been
reported and most of two companies
of guardsmen have b;cn sent into the
district and are guarding property,
while relief parties are hunting for
more bodies and : distributing food.
Reports received here indicate the loss
of life very Jieavyv Whole mining vil-
ages were swept away and the min
ers are without food or any of their
possessions. It is believed the Ches Chesapeake
apeake Chesapeake & Ohio railroad will be able
to run a train the full length of the
valley by tomorrow.
ANOTHER TOWN SWEPT AWAY
Huntington, W. Va., Aug. 10. It is
reported that Jarolds, a valley town of
five hundred, was swept away by the
flood and seventy-five people lost.
HAD NO WARNING
The inhabitants of Jarolds had no
warning of, the approach of the flood.
More than two thousand are perched
on the hill tops in danger of starva-
ion, as it is difficult to get food into
the remote sections. The death list
may be heavier than first estimated.
CHANGES Oil FEDERAL
' RESERVE BOARD
larding will Succeed Hamlin as Gov
ernor and Warburg will be
Washington, Aug. 10. W. P. G.
larding of' Birmingham,, has been
designated by the president as gov
ernor of the Federal Reserve Board,
succeeding Charles Hamlin. Paul
Warburg was selected as vice gov governor
ernor governor tc succeed Frederick Delano.
Crystal River, Aug. 8. Sunday
morning about 4 o'clock the ice fac
tory owned by H. E. Charpie caught
nre ana was soon burned to the
ground. The firm alarm -was given
and almost the entire population ofA
Crystal River gathered, but could,; do
nothing; to save the plant. We have
not learned the correct value of the
plant,' but it was estimated at about
$10,000, and was j insured for about
half that amount. Mr. Charpie intends
o erect another double the capacity
of the one that burned, and until then
will have ice shipped from Dunnellon.
Mr. Charpie and family have the
sympathy of the entire community in
their great loss.
Miss Verda Hampton, who has
been the guest of Misses Eflie and
Gladys ; Holland for several .weeks,
eft Sunday morning for her home in
Martel. She was accompanied home
by Miss" EfiSe Holland. Miss Hamp
ton is an attractive and accomplished
young lady, and made many friedns
who regret to see her leave.
Messrs. H. W. and W. H. Edwards
spent Sunday in Dunnellon.
Mr. McDonald, an A. C. L. official
of Gainesville, was a business visitor
here last week.
Mr. Dempsey Mayo of Ocala was a
pleasant visitor here one day last
Mr. and Mrs. Sol Moon of Jackson
ville, Mrs. Roy Moon and Mr. Robert
Moon of Floral City, were guests of
Mrs. Mary Willis and family last
Mrs. J. E. Stevens and children re
turned last week from a pleasant visit
to. Salt Springs.
Dr. Green of St. Augustine spent
several days here last week the guest
of Mr. W. H. Espey. ;
W. E. Park spent Sunday in Martel.
Roney Sarvis, Jim Eagan and
Claude Holland left last Sunday .for
Dayton, Ohio,' where they have secur
ed positions with the Barney Smitn
BUSINESS FOR SALE
, Electrical and plumbing establish establishment.
ment. establishment. Will sell at invoice prices,
This is a good buy as there is going
to be about $40,000 worth of plumb plumbing
ing plumbing work installed in Ocala within the
next few years. H. W. Tucker, Ocala,
Fla. '. 19-4t
We give prescription work prompt
attention and what the doctor orders
you get. The Court Pharmacy, tf
-The Evening Star may always be
(found on .sale at (Jerig's News
il HEW YORK
Brings Relief to All and Slightly Re Reduces
duces Reduces Deaths Among the
New York, Aug. 10. It was cooler
at 9:30 this morning than any day at
the same hour for three weeks. The
temperature dropped 19 degrees and
the humidity was much lower.
FATAL CASES FEWER
Fewer deaths butlittle change in
the inf altjje paralysis epidemic were
noted' in today's bulletin. There were
thirty-eight deaths and 175 new cases.
Senator from Georgia Congratulates
Republicans on at Last Ob Obtaining
taining Obtaining an Issue
(Associated Press) V
Washington, Aug. 10. Senator
Townsend, in a speech in the Senate
today, supported : Mr. Hughes' state statement
ment statement that Census Director Durand
had been forced, out and challenged
Secretary Redfield's statement that he
Hoke Smith of Georgia, answered
that Durand's administration was in inefficient,
efficient, inefficient, but congratulated the repub republicans
licans republicans that "they had at last found
KENDRICK W. C. T. U.
The Kendrick W. C. T. U. metTuesT
day afternoon, August 6th, at the
church. There was a good attendance
at the meeting. We were favored by
having with us on this occasion our
pastor. Rev. J. E. Hartsfielcl of Red?
dick. We also had with us Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Little of Ocala, who added
greatly, to the enjoyment of the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon "by rendering several very
beautiful instrumental solos.
The meeting was opened by singing
'The Home Guard," Miss Berta Guth Guth-ery,
ery, Guth-ery, pianist. j
. Our pastor, Rev. Hartsfi eld then
read a beautiful scripture lesson from
I Corinthians and offered prayer for
the work of the organization in all its
departments throughout the land.
. Owing to ,the absence of the secre secretary
tary secretary the roll call was omitted. The
minutes of the previous meeting were
read and approved. Reports from
the treasurer and superintendent of
the Flower Mission department then
It was decided to give an ice cream
supper Tuesday night, August 15th,
in the grove on the Dixie Highway
between the homes of Mrs. Perry and
Mrs. Lyles. 4
Miss Margaret Little then favored
us with a piano solo entitled "Rip-
Our president, Mrs. J. B. Webb,
then conducted a temperance Bible
reading, which was very interesting
Instrumental solo by Miss Mar
Recitation, "A Little Child Shall
Lead Them," by Miss Ruby Spencer.
Instrumental solo by Miss Mar
Benediction by Rev. Hartsfield.
The next meeting of the union will
be held at the home of our secretary,
Mrs. B. C. Webb, Tuesday afternoon,
August 22. A cordial invitation is
extended to all to be present.
, Julia II. Webb, Press Supt.
A. C L. SCE2UULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Peterscurg to Jackson
ville. 2:25 a, m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 1 51, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No." 35, Ocaki to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Tharsday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141. Wilcox? Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersnurg to Jackson-
riUe, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocala to Bomosassa, 2:25
No. 39, Jacksonville -to St. Peters
burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines
ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9. Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny
jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 9:60 p. zn.
Advance in Prices Believed
Have Discounted Damage to
Chicago, Aug. 10.-?Wheat specula
tors were more cautious today and
conditions are nearly normal. The
big advance of yesterday is believed
to have sufficiently discounted crop
OUR STATE KEPT
ITS FRO UP
Criticism by Penrose and Other
Northern Senators of Florida
Troops was Unjust
St. Augustine, August 9, 1916.
Editor Star: There has been so
much comment in the press through
out the country, concerning the recent
mobilization of the National Guard,
that I have obtained the permission of
the governor to print and make pub public,
lic, public, a report "which was submitted on
July 25, concerning the mobilization
of the troops called for from this
state. : ''-'''
Recently in the Senate, during the
discussion of the army appropriation
bill, some of the "senators from north northern
ern northern states, and notably Senator Pen Penrose
rose Penrose from Pennsylvania, severely crit criticized
icized criticized the southern troops because
they had not been moved to the bor border.
der. border. The Pennsylvania senator select selected
ed selected Florida particularly for his com comment.
ment. comment. It is not known, of course,
whether there has been the same dif difficulty
ficulty difficulty in the northern states in ob obtaining
taining obtaining equipment for. the troops as
there has been in the southern states,
but it is certain that no troops can
move from their camps until ordered
to do so by the commanding general
of the eastern department. The lat latter
ter latter official advised this office that
orders for the Florida troops have not
been given because the regiment Is
not fully equipped.
Obviously, this is a matter for
which no responsibility rests upon the
National Guard itself, and certainly
the remarks of the senator were un unwarranted
warranted unwarranted and grossly unjust, and, as
it appears from the records, the Flor Florida
ida Florida troops were mobilized several
days before the National Guard of
Pf nnsylvanla. The completion of the
requisite organization in this state,
and its recruitment to practically
twice its strength on the date of the
call, within three days, i3 an achieve achievement
ment achievement for which neither the guard nor
anyone concerned need feel ashamed.
If the method of recruiting which
was in effect at that time had not
been brought to war strength within
a very short time.
Yours very truly,
J. Clifford R. Foster.
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; ucaia 4:au p. m.; arrives iampa
7:50 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p
m.; ucaia, .i;4b a. m.; arrives re-
tersburg10 a. in.,
No? 3--Leaves -Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; ucaia p. m.; arrives ou Pe
tersburg S:05 p. m.
, j Northbound
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.;
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; ucaia z:nv a. m.; arrives jacit
k A m m. T t
sonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a.m.; Ocala
I p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
OF THE CITT COUNCIL
Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair
man; G. A. Nash, W. A. Knight.
Cemetery J. T. Moore, chairman;
D. E. Mclver, H. A. Weathers.
Judiciary J. M. Meffert, chairman;
J. J. Gerig, D. E. Mclver.
- Street D.-E. Hclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W. A. Knight.
Fire J. J. Gerisr. chairman: J IL
Meffert, G. Nash.
Police W. A. Knight, chairman; G,
A. Nash, H. M. Weathers.
Market H. M. Weathers, chair
man; J. M. Meffert, J. J. Gerig.
Sanitary H. A. Fausett, chairman;
D. W. Tompkins, J. ,T. Moore.
Light and Water G. A. Nash,
chairman; D. W. Tompkins, J. M. Mef
Bmldinsr IL M. Weathers, chair
man; IL A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD1 now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R. CarrolL
Fresh fall garden seed now in. The
Ocala Seed Store. 8-1-tf
Seem Determined to Keep Congress in
Session After the First cf
Washington, Aug. 10. Senate re
publicans in conference today declined
to accept the legislative program sub submitted
mitted submitted yesterday by the democratic
steering committee with a view to
adjournment before September 1st.
Those inclined to agree wrere outvoted
by senators demanding action on the
Shady, Aug. 8. The Goins school
opened Monday, July 31st, with Miss
Sallie WTiitfield teacher.
Misses Ida and Bertha Perkins have
returned home after a delightful visit
of three or four weeks in Starke and
Mrs. John Goins had the misfortune
of getting a small sliver of glass in
her eye Saturday. ;
Mrs. Birdeshaw, after a month's
visit to her daughter, Mrs. George
Buhl, returned to her home in Miami
"To bond or not to bond" was the
question under discussion at tha
Shady school house Monday nighti
July 31st. The majority of the voterr
of precinct No. 7 were there and thi
sentiment of the voters was decidedlj
opposed to bonding the county for
sand-asphalt roads. A few were will-
in e to bond the countv to make hard
roads of our abundant supply of lime.
Messrs. Jim Adams and Goldie Barnes
were selected to represent the pre precinct
cinct precinct at the meeting at Ocala, Dec
7th. IL W. Douglas was chosen as
democratic executive committeeman.
And while 'we are talking of hard
roads and bonding for better, we
would mention just one little thing.
This writer has been on the Pedro
hard road a few times this summer.
and has noticed a pine tree in one
place which is just hanging there in
most dangerous way. It does not
sem to be anybody's business to move
it, as it has evidently been there five
or six months. Let's improve what
we have and insure "Safety First."
Ernest Blair was home for a few
days' visit to the old folks at home
and the girl he left behind Mm in par
ticular, and incidentally to see old
friends and that crop he worked so
hard on before being called off by his
Uncle Sammy. Ernest says every
thing is all to the good at his camp at
Black Point; plenty of drilling, plenty
to eat and plenty of good cheer among
the boys and his captain never puts
any of them in the guardhouse but
: e il T" r-l. tm
looking well and is contented with his
t T"rr 3 a1 1. ? L m
ii. J. vooas, me cnampion coium
grower of Shady, left his hoe, took up
his pole, and accompanied by Mr.
Johnson and T. D. Smith went to Gum
Swamp for a few days' fishing this
Last Monday morning about 2:30
o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Douglas gather gathered
ed gathered up their family and niece, Miss
rma Ley, and a few of the necessary
comforts of life and got aboard their
Overland, a two-mule wagon, and hied
hemselves away to the scores of
beautiful Lake Weir, for an outing.
Arriving at the Tipperary place, near
Weirsdale at 8:30 a. m. As the chief
object o'f this trip .was to enjoy the
bathing and rest up from farm work.
no attempt to beguile the finny tribe
was made. Just eating, sleeping and
bathing .and tho' there were quite a
few friendly mosquitoes we treated
them in a way that made them leave
the camp. The Douglas party was
joined by Mrs. Jim Knoblock and chil children
dren children of Martin on Tuesday. Wednes
day afternoon were were invited .to a
splash party" and supper at Stanton
dock, and spent a delightful afternoon
and evening with a few of the Weirs
dale folk who know so well how to
make people enjoy themselves. Thurs
day morning our camp was enlivened
by a visit from the Weirsdale Doug Douglases
lases Douglases and Miss Violet Albertson of
DeLand, who enjoyed with us another
dip in the lake. After the noon hour
we broke camp and bent our way to
Shady and home, having enjoyed a
short but happy vacation away from
but near our home.
Miss Irma Ley is in Ocala this week
visiting her uncle, J. P. Phillips and
NEW MAXWELL CATALOG
The new and very handsome catalog
of the Maxwell cars for the year be beginning
ginning beginning July 1st, has arrived and will
be mailed out to any one interested.
R. R. Carroll, Maxwell distributor,
Ocala, Florida. d&w tf
We have t new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, o fine lastii? extract, ?2 per
ounce. Gerig's. tt
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER A CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll General Manager Port V. JmmgooO, Hom
. tt Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., poa tof flee as second class matter.
One year, In advance........... $5.00 One year, In advance........... $8.90
Kir tnnnthi in iivanA .... 2.50 Six month, in. advance. 4.25
Three months, in advance..... 1.25 Three months, in advance...... 2.25
One month, In-advance.... .... 60 One month, in advance........
THE STAR'S PHONES
Way back yonder -in the dark ages,
the measure of merit of a policeman
was seeing how many men he could
. arrest and drag off to the lock-up. It
is pretty well established, however,
that there was more crime in propor proportion
tion proportion then than now
A more enlightened day has come,
and in the best-governed citiei it is
thai- hpsf nnViremnn vuhn has the least
trouble on his beat and has to make
the fewest arrests. The cop does not
swagger along and look for trouble;
he is the guide of the stranger and
uie protector ana xnenu oi we tiuitn.
He does not watch with hawk-eyes for
a chance to make an arrest, but if he
sees some one, perhaps thru ignor ignorance,
ance, ignorance, felightly infringe' a rule, he cor-
ictbs mc uiicuuci uiiu wax us uim
against a repetition of the offense. It
is just as much his business to keep
people out of trouble as it is to punish
them for causing trouble. Such has
been the' rule for many years in Lon
don, the best governed city; perhaps,
in the world, j and of late the example
has been largely copied in many
American cities. This practice has
obtained in Ocala for some time, and
the Star has often had occasion to ad admire
mire admire the patience of the members of
the city police, who have made it a
rule to correct rather than to arrest
all who seemed to offend through
ignorance. It has seemed to' the Star
that this was just exactly what they
' OUght tO dO... :-'TC
In the past few weeks, however, a
new star has shone in police circles
n person who was on the lookout for
the unwary citizen, to yank him be before
fore before the recorder and replenish ; the
"city treasury because the wheels of
u his auto did not track, or for some
thing else of the same importance.
And now we are told that there is a
, possibility that this star will become
a permanent light in the firmament,
rebuking with its lustre those dim
visioned cops who are so busy looking
for real criminals that they sometimes
fail to notice that a peaceable citizen's
; car is on the wrong side, of the' street
for a minute.
A few years' age we had a police
man, who believed every man guilty
until he proved himself innocent, and
acted accordingly. The said cop wound
up in jail, and missed being lynched
by a not very wide margin. And it's
the Star's opinion that if the author
ities ever putand try to keep on the
force any man who keeps the citizens
irritated by a policy of pin pricks,
4 he! will finish by being ridden out of
town on a rail. M
! The Star has been here over twenty-
one years, and has- seen many police
Grubbs and Wells, are about as good
men as we have ever had, and much
better than many we have had. If
we need an extra man, there are
others of their type. If the authori authorises
ses authorises put on a man who has already got
the town down on him, they will make
a grave mistake and one that will be
prolific of trouble in future.
The editor's phone is -,
while the business office re remains
mains remains the same. Our friends
will save themselves possible
annoyance and delay by keep keeping
ing keeping this in mind when calling
up the Star office in future,
uplift to progressive farmers that
has ever been placed on our law
books. If our farmers would co
operate, in the getting of one kind of
improved breeding stock, invest more
money in such stock, take good care
of the stock, get rid of ticks and sick,
stray hogs, Marion county would soon
feel the effects thereof and would be
made more prosperous."
Blitchton, Aug. 9. Mr. A. G.
Brantley of Zolzo was a week-end
Mr. Harold Tribble of Lake City,
preached at the Baptist church Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning and night.
Mrs. W. P. Hammons is on the
Mr. R. A. Jordan is teaching at
Emathla. v ... v.
Messrs. J. W. Coulter, John George
and Landis Blitch spent .Monday in
Mrs. J. T. Burgess is visiting Mrs.
George Richards at Lake Butler.
Mr. and Mrs. George Borlander
have moved to Fantville.
Mr. 0. S. Sanders visited Ocala
Dr. Blitch is spending this week in
Misses Legie and Opal Blitch left
today, for Irvine to visit Dr. and Mrs.
J.' L. Davis and Mr. and Mrs. G. M
Miss Geneva McCully of Berlin and
her guest Miss Inez Collins of Irvine
were Saturday callers.
Mr. Hunt of Ocala was a Tuesday
and Wednesday visitor.
A SINISTER CARTOON
ine btar yesterday published a
cartoon sent it by an organization,
which it believes is : working against
the railroad men who are working for
shorter hours of work and better
The cartoon was an illustration of
what ; would happen to railroad men
who went on a strike in Europe. "It
led the reader to infer that the most
severe measures would r be taken
against them, and, of course, implied
that the same severity would be de
served by striking railroad men in
' The cartoon was intended for a
threat, but it was only a bluff. The
people of this country do not want
the railroad men to strike, of course,
but they are not going to put them in
prison or shoot them if they do.
; Europe is at war; the railroads are
under control of the governments, and
every trainman is as much engaged in
the defense of his country a the sol
diers with ; arms in their hands. A
train will take 500 men to the firing
line, or take ammunition to enable 500
men to fight. Consequently a train
crew of five men is as important as
500 fighting men; if it refused to do
its wdrk it would be guilty of treason.
The railroad employes of America
are no nearer treason, and no more
deserving of being treated as traitors,
than their employers. They are only
asking for a little more time for rest
and a little more money to buy the
necessaries and some of the luxuries
of life. They, may be asking a little
too much (tho' we doubt it), but their
employers are offering too little. It
is their duty to meet the men at least
half way and the ) threat implied in
their cartoon should arouse the indig indignation
nation indignation of every American.
Irvine, Aug. 9,--Mr. L. K. Edwards
returned home Friday after a ten
days stay in Georgia. V,'--
Mr. and Mrs. .. Wilmer Gibson, Mrs.
Zora Mclver, Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Da
vis returned from Magnesia Springs
and report a good trip. t
Mr. and Mrs. D. H. Irvine of Oak
Lawn, Mr. Kincaide Irvine of New
York, Mrs. Zora Mclver of Ocala, Mr.
and Mrs. Wilmer Gibson, Mr. and
Mrs. George Blitch, Dr. and Mrs. J
L. Davis of Irvine motored to Orange
L. K. Edwards, Dr. J. L. Davis and
J. K. Mixon attended the. hard road
meeting in Ocala Monday.
The crate mill here resumed opera
tions Monday with a full force of
Mr, and Mrs. George Blitch were
Monday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. D
II. Irvine of Oak: Lawn. )
Mr. A. R. Griffin and family of An
thony- are visiting Mr. H. Griffin.
Mr. M. J. Chitty of Flemington,
was in our burg today.
Mrs. Ed Collins and children visit
ed Ocala yesterday.
Miss Mamie Fant returned today
after a month's stay in Franklin, N. C.
f Mrs. "X;.S. ; H. Blitch, Miss Rowena
Hammond, Miss Legie Blitch and Mr.
Landis Blitch are guests of Dr. and
Mrs. J. L. Davis today.
Mr. Rosco Mathews was a business
visitor here yesterday. v
BOARD OF TRADE MEETING
TROUBLE ON THE
ROAD TO TAMPA
' There is going to be a Mendenhall
affair to tell about which concerns
several Lakeland people if matters
don't take a sudden change. Those
who remember the case and consider
themselves guilty should have their
luck changed some way as there is
only one way to get to Tampa and it
is being kept mighty hot these days.
There is material for one or more
Mendenhall affairs in almost every
city, and Ocala is no exception.
There will be a meeting of the
beard of trade Friday night at 7:30
o'clock. One of the matters to be
considered will be the removal of the
offices of the board to another loca location.
tion. location. ,,
WHAT'S THE TROUBLE
s One of our most valued exchanges,'
the Miami Herald, has ceased to ar arrive.
rive. arrive. What's the trouble.
SHOW HUGHES UNFIT
Democrats Uncover Records of
His Public Career.
We carry, a full line of Newport
bathing shoes. Gerig's tf
THE FEDERAL LOAN ACT
Legislator Light sends us the fol following
lowing following synopsis, of the Federal Loan
Act, compiled by him from informa information
tion information sent him by Senator Fletcher.
The law in a few words is as fol follows:
Ten or more citizens in any com
munity can form a loan bank. Must
comply with regulations governing
No bank can be formed with less
than $20,000 loans wanted nor less
'than ten men and no one can borrow
more than $10,000 nor less than $100.
No money can "be loaned except on
farm real estate first mortgage, and
must be applied to purchase of lands,
or improvement of lands for live
stock, etc., and for no other purpose.
Money to the value of 50 per cent of
the appraised value of the : property
can be borrowed and no more. Inter
est at the rate of 6 per cent on from
five to forty years loans.
Of course the system cannot be put
into operation until the, farm loan
board is established and promulgates
the rules aad regulations and estab establishes
lishes establishes the twelve regional loan banks.
Mr Light says: ; 'v. ..V:.
We carry a full line -of Thermos "fill "fillers.
ers. "fillers. The Court Pharmac tf
HEALTH AND BEAUTY.
Sanford. Fla. "For woman's troubles
as well as nervous enervation r.ud depres
sion, lr. Pierce s
' tion is the best
' r-mvW fTit. T trnrrar
j' r of. v After being
J treated t by v many
'. pnysiciana wiunoui.
aoing me good, n
certainly was the
one thing needed to
bring about the
restoration of my
health. It made me
take on flesh,
brought back color to my pale, thin cheeks
and gave me more blobd. I knew of this
medicine from other members of my
family, all of whom cannot speak too
highly of it, and it was the only medicine
that made a well woman of me." Miss
Co ha Lee Hamricx, Magnolia and Tenth
Sts., Sanford, Fla.
Health always brings wealth of beauty.
A healthy state of the system comes with
Doctor Pierce's Favorite Prescription.
It's a medicine prepared for woman's
ailments it cures those derangements
and weaknesses which make a woman's
It is prepared from nature's roots and
herbs and does not contain a particle of
alcohol or any narcotic. It's not a secret
prescription for its ingredients are printed
on the wrapper.
Women are earnestly advised to take
it for irregular or painful periods, back backache,
ache, backache, headache, displacement, catarrhal
condition, hot flashes, svllow complexion
If vou are a sufferer, if vour daughter,
mother, sister need help,, get Dr. Pierce's
Favorite Prescription in liquid or tablet
j form from any medicine dealer to-day.
making an application for forms ( Buffalo, N. Y., for free book on woman's
application for, a bank to be opened diseases.
in this neighborhood. This law to my I The.slueftish liver can be cured by the
way of thinking can be made the best use of Ur. l wrcc'o i'ieaiint i'cLeta.
Lowell, Aug. 9. Mr. Si Irvine, for
merly of Eastlake, arrived last Thurs
day to relieve Mr. .George for
month. Mr. George will go to Chi
cago and various other places before
his return about the first of Septem
Mr. J. A. Snelling entertained the
Rook Club at his mother's home last
Thursday evening. The most inter
esting game was played lor some
time, and then an iced course of re
freshments was served by Mrs." Snell
ing, assisted by her son. Another
game was then played and the guests
bade the host and hostess a happy
good-night. Those present were Mr.
and Mrs. McLean, : Mrs. Stewman,
Mrs. Webb, Misses Bertha Whitehead,
Catherine arid Annie Shockley, Ruth
Stewman and Messrs. S. F. Rou,
Luther Whitehead, Hamp Millichamp.
J. A. Sneleling, J. J. Snelling, W. W.
Snelling, Si Irvine and Theton Hall.
Misses Erie Barco and Irene Den Den-ham
ham Den-ham entertained friends at an ice
cream supper at the home of Mrs. D.
M. Knoblock at Martin last 'Friday
evening. The young folks amused
themselves by games at cards, music,
dancing and those ever enjoyable
chats. Those from Lowell were
Misses Lelia .McQuaig, Annie and
Catherine Shockley and Messrs. W.
M. Shockley, Si Irvine and Olney Hall.
Miss Erie Barco of Dunnellon, who
has been visiting at the home of Mrs.
D, M. Knoblock at Martin, departed
for her home Saturday.
Miss Lillian Egan departed Satur
day for a visit to friends in Braden-town.
Miss Ella Bogie of Ocala was a
guest of Miss Lillian Egan Friday and
Messrs. S. F. Rou, T. J. McQuaig,
C. B. Howell and Olney Hall attended
the barbecue at Oxford Saturday, go going
ing going in Mr. Rou's car. Miss Egan and
Mr. George were also there.
Mr. L. S. Light and Mr. H. T. HaU
were delegates to the conventian at
Ocala last Monday.
Mr. C. B. Howell and family spent
Monday in Ocala.
Mrs. W. M. Shockley returned home
Monday, having visited her mother,
Mrs. D. N. Knoblock at Martin for
Mr. Fred Neil of Silver Springs,
paid a. visit to his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. R. G. Neil, Tuesday, coming out
on. his motorcycle.
There will be a dance in the hall at
Martin Friday evening. A fine time
Figures as Shrewd, Able Defender of
Big Financial Interests Declared
Ideal Candidate of the'
Charles Evans Hughes will be
shown In the campaign as the shrewd
and able defender of the financial in interests,
terests, interests, a corporation-minded man who
Is able to disguise in high-sounding
phrases his lack of sympathy for tne
plight of the average citizen who has
insufficient wealth to defend his rights
aeralnst bier bnsiness. according to a
dispatch from New York.
His record as governor of New York
and his other acts In public life are
being examined by eastern Democrats ;
who are close to the sources of Infor
mation, and It is declared that facts
will be broueht into the campaign
showing him the Ideal candidate of j
the money barons, sincere in his sup
port of protection for the financial in
terests, but out of sympathy with the
great mass of the American, people.
A charge that he stirred up an ac
ademic conflict over race-track gam
bling while governor of New York In;
order to distract attention from the af affairs
fairs affairs ?of his. administration will be
raised. Edwin S. Harris, chairman of
the New York Democratic state com- i
mlttee, disclosed the line of attack j
that Is to be made upon the Repub
lican nominee at a meeting of the new
ly-formed Young Democratic club of
In his discussion Chairman Harris
declared that Hughes was not nomi nominated
nated nominated at the Chicago convention, but
at a meeting last winter of the lead
ing powers In the business world.
"whose profits were taken away by
the Underwood tariff law and who look
upon the enactment of federal trade
and commerce laws as a personal at
tack upon themselves."
- "Man, the human being, has no place
In the thoughts of Mr. Hughes?' de declared
clared declared Mr. Harris. "He Is a defender
of property rights, as his veto of the
lower gas rate bill and his disapproval
of the income tax show.- The Repub
licans hope to win by dividing the i
country and deceiving the rank and
file. Hughes is an adroit, shrewd, re
sourceful politician and a campaigner
of unusual ability who can put more
feeling and force Into a sentence that
doesn't mean anything than any other
man In public life. But he was a
lamentable failure as a governor."
"It was the Hughes administration
that made the blunder of putting $30, $30,-000,000
000,000 $30,-000,000 in the sinking fund," Chair Chairman
man Chairman Harris continued. "It was the
Hughes administration that was re responsible
sponsible responsible for the unworkable plans for
the barge canal ; for the expenditure
of a huge surplus in the state treas treasury,
ury, treasury, and for increasing the state pay
Aggressive Campaign Promised.
Contrary to reports, the Democratic
organization will make an aggressive
campaign in a number of Republican
States. Plans are under way ror a
vigorous campaign in Maine, under the
direction of Homer S. Cummlngs, 'na 'national
tional 'national committeeman for Connecticut,
who is vice chairman of the commit committee.
tee. committee. Vance McCormlck, the new chair chairman
man chairman of -; the national committee, de declared
clared declared that any reports that the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats were going to avoid Republican
States were unauthorized. He said
emphatically that the Democrats were
going to carry the fight Into all-states
that might be classed as in any wary
doubtful, and the Democratic chieftain
looks upon Maine once regarded as a
rock-ribbed Republican state as ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding doubtful territory for the
BABY MAXWELL AT A BARGAIN
I have just taken in exchange i
baby Maxwell, two-clinder, two-pas
senger car. Fully equipped and in
fine condition throughout and looks
good. A bargain, and will move quick.
Hurry if you want it. It is the latest
of this model that was manufactured.
Cash or time. R. R. Carroll d&w
Do you read the unclassified ads?
v Republican "Patriotism.
. Great grief Is expressed in Repub
lican circles over the treachery of the
Democratic house in including in the
new revenue bill protective duties on
dyestuffs. This Is a tariff principle to
which the Republicans are sworn, and
they would rather see the rising dye
industry sacrificed and. be able to.
make political capital of the Demo Democrats
crats Democrats failure to save It from' destruc destruction
tion destruction after the war. Any pretext is
good enough for partisan fault-finding.
The Democrats are to be damned if
they do something and damned if they
do not. ...
Hie Maxwells Ha we Arrived! 2
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HllllH MT fcl VI V A s TL- I
I WW V55iv 1 n AW ;;. lie cnurmumf inLTOtte in i
If to due to the good words
The enormous increase in
our sales (about 10,000
cars sold in July) is large
ly due to the good words
spoken by Maxwell owners
YOU can get the most reliable information about
any car by asking the people who own cars of
. that make." 1
Ask Maxwell owners. If you don't know any of
them, we will give you their names and addresses.
There are more than 250,000 Maxwell cars in use
in the United States.
The satisfaction of this army of owners is responsible
for the tremendous asset of good will behind the Max Maxwell
well Maxwell car and the Maxwell Company
.H- We are satisfied to rest our case with any Maxwell
S-pmnseagor Touring Cr. $595 2-paasenger Cabriolet, $365
2-psamnger Roadster 580 6-pa9senger'Ton Car. 915
5'passcngor Sedan. $985
R. 0. Carroll, Distributor
Office In Star Bldg; Phone 51, Ocala, Fla.
I ii P i 1
jj j 1 ji 111 M'Hli ltj.i'!
Aiiicl Tliey re IMy-Mcli Tresifi
IJST OF I; AGAZINES
AT THE LIBRARY
Following is a list of magazines to
be read at the library when it is open:
Scientific American, Collier's. Sat
urday Evening Post, Country Gentle Gentleman,
man, Gentleman, Literary Digest, Review of Re
views, Popular Mechanics, The Out
look, Scribner's, Harper's, Century,
Bookman, St. Nicholas, Little Folks,
American, Youths Companion, Ameri American
can American Boy, Wdmans Home Companion,
Delineator. Ladies' World, Ladies'
Home Journal, Pictorial Review, Mod
ern Priscilla, The Musician, Garden
Magazine, McClure's, Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur Current
rent Current Opinion, Physical Culture, Good
SHOULD SLOAN'S I
i LINIMENT GO ALONG?
Of course it should! Fort after a
ctronnnna Hav whpn Vftnr TTinscIeS
hnvA hppn TPrrised to the limit an
armlirjition of rSloan's Liniment will
take, the soreness and stiffness away
and get you m tine snape ior tne mor mor-rnw.
rnw. mor-rnw. Ymi Rhonlfi also use it for a
snHden "attack of toothache, stiff neck.
backache, stings, bites and the many
accidents tnat are mcidentai to a va vacation.
cation. vacation. "We would as soon leave our
hacrtrss-e as po on a vacation or camD
out without Sloan's Liniment,f writes
nna vaoafinnief v. wWo TISO 5t for PV.
erything from cramps to toothache."
Put a bottle in your bag. be prepared
and nave no regrets. aov. Z
- WITH YOUR CAR?
When He Lost Faith in 'Em.,
Mr. Roosevelt Is not only ashamed
of the American people now, but he
has been ashamed of them ever since
the night of November 5, 1912, when
the election returns began to come in.
New York World.
Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles is my business.
Honest, efficient service; you pay foi
the time put' in on your car only. J
A. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone
893, Ocala, Fla. 6-9-16-tf
ITS A L11BHTY SLIM CHAHCE
The Progressive Republicans who
want to see things accomplished have
their only opportunity in joining with
the Democrats for the re-election of
Foolish Statement Refuted.
The Democratic party being In
power has been mainly Instrumental
In driving the American flag out of
foreign seaborne trade. New York
Evening Sun. 1
Why blink facts, even if unpalatable
politically? In the nine months end ending
ing ending with March, 1914, American ves vessels
sels vessels carried only 13 per cent of this
country's imports. In the nine months
ending with March, 1916, American
vessels carried 27.7 per cent of this
country's imports, as reported by the
department of commerce.
. AIR LINE RAILWAY
"THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY OF THE SOUTH"
ROUND TRIP FROM PO INTS NAMED BELOW
7:00 am Ocala . .10:00 pm
7:23am..... Belleview . 9:37pm
7:38am...... Dallas .. 9:23pm
7:16aml. .... Santo3 ...... 9:45 pm
7:32am...- Summerfield 9:2Spra
7:45am Wildwood .... 9:03pm
Low rates-from other points. Tickets good on special train only. Re
turning leave Tampa 6 p. m. same day.
SEPARATE COACHES FOR WHITE AND COLORED PEOPLE AND
PLENTY OF ROOM FOR ALL
JOHN'BOISSEAU, C. P. T. A. S. G. LINDERBECK, D. P. A.,
V Ocala, Fla. Tampa, Fla.
: ANNUAL EJiCUESIOR! ;i
' -. .Via :
. Premier Carrier of the South
Wednesday, Aug. 23 ESgS
Round Trip Fares From Jaclosonville
Atlantic City, N. J.. ....$22.75
Asheville, N. C. ........ 13o
Baltimore, Md. (via Nor-
folk and Steamer) 19.75
Black Mountain, N. C... 13.2a
Brevard, N. C... 135
ChatUnooga, Tenn. . 14.00
Flat Rock, N. C 12.45
Flovilla, Ga (for Indien
Springs) .. ......... 9
Hendersonville, N. C. 12.50
- Washington, D.
Lake Toxaway, N. C 145
Richmond, Va. $15.75
Roanoke, Va 16.50
Saluda, N. C. 12.33
Spartanburg, S. C 12L35
Tate Station, Tenn-, (for
Tate Springs) ...15.75
Try on, N. C. ........... 1255
Walhalla, S. C. 120
Waynesville, N. C 14.50
Winston-Salem, N. C. ... 14.23
C. ...... 17.75
CURE FOR CHOLERA MORBUS
"When tmr little boy. now seven
years old, was a baby he was cured
of cholera morbus' by Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy." i writes Mrs. Sidney Simmons,
Fair-Haven, N. Y. "Since then other
members of my family have used this
valuable medicine for colic and bowel
troubles with good satisfaction and I
e-ladlv endorse it as a remedy of ex
ertional merit Obtainable every
where. ; Adv.
that insects have in a home where
FENOLE is usfed.
FENOLE stands alone as the in-
sectide that "Hits them where
they live," and puts them out of
business without regard to class,
color or size.
FENOLE is to be used anywhere
and everywhere in the home; the -insect
hidden away in the darkest
corner or the deepest fold of car carpet,
pet, carpet, bedding, or clothing, has no
more chance for his life than his
fellow bug who risks it in the
open.' ; '',
FENOLE IS SOLD IN OCALA BY
Marion Hardware Co.
Tyding's Drug Co.
Smith Grocery Co.
Anti -Monopoly Drug Store.
Z Low Excursion Fares to Other Points. Standard Coaches and
, Pullman Cars on All Trams. Special Mountain Excursion
Train to North Carolina Points Will Leave Jackson- J
: ville on Wednesday, August 23rd at 8:50 P. 31.
City Ticket Office Corner Forsyth and Hogan Sts., Jacksonviile, lia. m
G.R. PETTOV D. P. A., JACKSONVILLE, FLA i
Broadway and Fourteenth Street
New York City
A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient American Plan, $2 per Day and up.
and Homelike Hotel on both Amer- European Plant, $1 per Day and up.
ican and European Plans.
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
CHURCHILL & COLIPAUY
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10. 1916
! REMOVAL ANNOUNCEMENT I
' Must Move to Ground Floor at
the Demands of Our Patrons
FOR many months hundreds of oar patrons have been importun importuning
ing importuning us to move to some first floor location, and we have decided to
mt't their wishes. We will move from the second floor of the Hel Hel-venston
venston Hel-venston store to the elegantly apointed store room recently vacated
by the Marion County Fair Association in the Ocala House Block,
opposite Ceng's Drug Store on
Tuesday, August 15th
, Rather' than 'move our stock to the new location, and also in or order
der order that we may open up with a BRAND NEW LINE we will sell all
of our present stock of Millinery, trimmed and tmtrimmed, at very
low figures. Many items haye only been m a few days, but everything
will be included in the price reduction. After the above date you will
no longer be compelled to climb a stairway to get your millinery.
AFFLECK MILLINERY PARLOR
. OCALA HOUSE BLOCfc AFTER AUGUST 15th.
NOW OVER HELVENSTON'S I
Teams fcr Kent light and Heavy naaiing Moving, Packing
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. It Always; Helps
says Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.f In
writing of her experience with Cardui, the woman's
tonic. She says further : "Before I began to use
Cardui, my back and head would hurt so bad, I
thought the pain would- kill me. I was hardly able
to do any of my housework. After taking three bottles
of Cardui, I began to feel like a new woman. I soon
gained 35 pounds, and now, I do all my housework,
as well as run a big water mill.
I wish every suffering woman would give
The Woman's Tonic
a trial. I still use Cardui when I feel a little bad,
and it always does me good."
Headache backache, side ache, nervousness,
tired, worn-out feelings, eta, are sure Signs of woman womanly
ly womanly trouble. Signs that you need Cardui, the woman's
tonic. You cannot make a mistake in trying Cardui
for your trouble. It ,has been helping weak, ailing
women for more than fifty years.
Get a Bottle Today!
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You Have any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Up Five-One-Y
Mr. Wiley Burf ord, who has been at
the Plattsburg military camp, returns
Miss Louise Sanders is home from
Gainesville, where she attended the
Mrs. Clifford Anderson is visiting at
the home of Mrs. F. M. Green, near
Orangeburg, S. C.
Mrs. C. G. Martin is expected home
tonight from a visit with relatives in
Ocala and Gainesville. Clearwater
Mr. and Mrs. Beverly Pendleton,
after a pleasant visit to their Ocala
friends, have returned to their home
Miss Mary Burford has returned
from Jacksonville, where she visited
Mrs. J. A. Livingston and Mrs. Ra-
mona Kay Inglis.
From present indications, one of
the Star's most valued friends is go
ing to need some of the orange blos
soms out of his own grove before
There will be a silver tea at the
home of Mrs. A. T. Thomas tomorrow
afternoon at 4 o'clock. AH members
of Mrs. Gross' class are invited and
each is asked to bring -a. friend.
The Daughters of the Confederacy
will meet with Mrs. B. D. Blackburn
Friday J afternoon at 3 o'clock. A
large attendance is: requested as mat
ters of importance are to be discussed.
Miss Christine Close has invited a
number of friends to a party at, her
home on Saturday afternoon. The
vouncr folks will assemble on the
square and ride to her home in auto
Mr. Robert MacKay, a student at
the Boston "Tech," is home for his
vacation. He arrived a few days ago,
and at once went on to the summer
home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
George MacKay, at the lake.
A card from Miss Mary Connor an announces
nounces announces she arrived safely in New
York after a voyage in which her ship
had a quick passage and good weather,
and is now pleasantly located at
Gould Hall of New York University.
phy, Azilee Lyles, Birdie Lee Oreggs
and Kenneth Stroman. Azilee; Lyles
won, the beautiful gold medal with
Kenneth Stroman only one-naif a
point behind ; her. The conteit was
enjoyed by people from the surround
ing towns of Lowell, Fellowslfip, Ir Irvine
vine Irvine and Berlin. The collectim was
most generous. i
Double Misfortunes 1
Mr. H. M. Hampton receive! a tele
gram yesterday from Mrs. Htmpton
at Weaverville, a few miles oit from
Asheville, N. C, where she isspend-
ir.g tne summer, stating tnear little
daughter was quite ill and that the
child had been moved to a hospital in
the city. This morning Mr. Hampton
received another f telegram : stating
that the child -was much worse and
the doctor advised his coming to her
at once. .11
While Mr. Hampton wa at home,
getting ready for the trip, he received
a telephone message from Floral City
stating that his mother, Mrs. J. A.
Hampton, was not expected to live
Mrs. Hampton is advanved ia years,
has been an invalid for some time and
her death has been expected,
Mr. Hampton ef t on the local Sea
board at noon for Weaverville, ar
ranging. for telegraphic information
of his Joved ones at Jacksonville and
Spartanburg, that he might be advis advised
ed advised en route. His friends hope that
both members of his family will soon
THE BABY'S BLUNDER
By CATHARINE CRANMER.
( Concluded on Last Page)
W. K. LANE. M. D lrysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala.
TOE SPECIALTY SHOP!
When you put up a house or any
other kind of structure you want
material that 'will give entire satis satisfaction.1
faction.1 satisfaction.1 The stock of millwork
which we sell is guaranteed to give
the best of service because it is
Mmm hh maw li'ioM, uj
you are assured of high quality at a
fair price. Tell us your building plans
iid we'll tell you how to secure the
most for your money and avoid waste.
Gxr Business Metho
New Friends Every Day
CYPRESS LUMBER IN STOCK
DAVID S. WELCH
PHONE 223 Ocala, Florida
The Hotel for Florida Teople
) I Per Day
Every Room With Private Bath
Miss Catherine Livingston, who has
had a most delightful visit in Bir Birmingham
mingham Birmingham and : Bessemer, v Ala., will
leave the last of the week for Gaines-!
ville, Ga., where she will visit blisses
lelen and Dorothy Dean i before re
turning home. ;
Mr. T. I. Arnold, manager of, the
uaK mm, says tnat tne mm, alter a
shutdown for repairs, is again in
operation, and as soon as possible he
intends to go with Mrs. Arnold for a
ew weeks vacation in the mountains
of North Carolina,
Mr. and Mrs. Ernest ; McLin and
children -left yesterday afternoon for
i six weeks or two months visit with
riends and relatives. Mrs. McLin and
the children go to Maysville, Ky., for
short time after which they will
also visit at Lexington. Mr. McLin
goes to Glenn Springs, S. C.
For the last few days, Dr. Walter
Hood has had the time of his life pre
paring for the auto trip he and Mrs.
Hood were contemplating. The kit
had to be packed on the auto just
right, and the "trailer" had to be
fitted just so. This morning, the doc
tor and Mrs. Hood left in their power
ful roadster, with ; the miniature
prairie schooner trailing on behind.
They will first visit some of the doc
tor's old home scenes and friends in j
Georgia, and from there will go
wherever their fancy and the car will
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Mr. Lester Lucas leaves today for
Cleveland, Ohio, to take part in the
rehearsals of Coburn's minstrels, pre
paratory to going out on the road as
soon as ; the season opens. On his
way north; he will stop a day or two
to visit his old home in Ohio. -Mr.
Lucas is a clever young man and has
made himself very popular in Ocala.
His friends here count on seeing him
again when the troupe comes thru on
its tour and stops in Ocala for its
regular winter visit.
Mr; H. S. Chambers and his assist assistants
ants assistants in the lire department have add
ect a new attraction to Hazel Park in
a very pretty arbor, in which they
hr.ve installed an electric light with a
crimson bulb. The vines, trained on
a wire frame, have grown so close
that they make green walls almost too
thick to be seen thru. The. electric
light is fixed in' the roof, and when it
ia turned on at night it shines on the
leaves in such a way as to turn some
of them red, giving the effect of red
flowers among the green leaves. It
is very pretty and'well worth seeing.
There was an L. T. L. gold medal
contest held at Fairfield Tuesday
night. The church was packed full
and a great many others were unable
to get in, but had to sit in their bug buggies
gies buggies or stand and hear what they
could of the speaking. The contest
ants were Gladys Byrd, Lucjle Mux-
The above name has been adopted
for my place of business, where you
can always find the latest Magazines,
Newspapers and JJooks.
' Exclusive agency for the F. S. Web Webster
ster Webster company's "STAR BRAND"
tvoewriter ribbons and MULTIKOPY
A new line of Birthday and Greet
ing Post Cards, and Score and Tally
Cards f or card parties, has just been
received, together with a choice selec
tion of Dance Programs, to s which
your inspection is solicited.
Am makinsr a specialty of the sub
scription business to all Magazines
and Newspapers, and will appreciate
Another specialty is my complete
line of Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobac-
Look over my line of office supplies.
A E GERIG
One Door East of M. & C. National
AUTO FOR HIRE?
3 At Your Service Any Hour
' DAY or NIGHT
Reasonable Prices Terms Cash
Residence Phone 526
W. F. BALLINGER
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
Cornice, Spouting, Skylights,
Tanks and General Repair
Sheet Iron and Copper ?Work
Phone Yonge's Tin Shop 388
210 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
New Ocala House
LUNCH ROOM and
A La Carte Service
We solicit your patronage and
promise you the best the mark market
et market affords at reasonable prices.
OPEN DAY and NIGHT
East Wing of Ocala House Block
W. AUSTIN BENNETT
H. D. NELSON, Manager
Formerly of Harrington Hall
John Elliott lay flat on his back in
a hospital bed and stared at the bare
and sanitary walls of his boxlike
room. His drawn face showed evi evidences
dences evidences cf mental suffering as well as
of physical tortures Inflicted by the
grippe, which had overtaken him in
late springtime after he had success successfully
fully successfully evaded it all winter. It was bad
enough to be shut up In a hospital at
any time, but to be thrust from one's
Pullman berth Into an ambulance In
a city a thousand miles from home at
the very beginning of a day on which
a big-business deal should have been
consummated was worse than bad.
It did not add to John's peace of
mind that the girl he had once loved
lived in this city, whither she had
come at the time of her marriage to
a wealthy manufacturer. He had al always
ways always felt that her father's rehabilita rehabilitation
tion rehabilitation in business Just after her mar marriage
riage marriage had a direct connection with the
match which all of Dolly's friends had
considered a wholly unsuitable one,
owing to the difference in age and
tastes between her and the middle middle-aged
aged middle-aged man she married.
He became vaguely conscious that
some object had appeared in his door doorway,
way, doorway, but before his aching eyes had
discerned that it was oiher than a
nurse looking In, he was greeted by
a little child's caressing voice.
"Poor Mr. Man," cooed the voice, as
its owner, a dainty blonde maiden of
three In a white frock and a flower flower-trimmed
trimmed flower-trimmed hat, tripped into the room
and approached his bedside, "does 'oo
head hurt 'oo? Don't 'oo want me to
With all the motherly tenderness
she would have bestowed on her fa favorite
vorite favorite doll, the child patted John's ach aching
ing aching temples, smoothed his eyelids, and
talked an alluring prattle in the most
sympathetic of baby voices. But the
fairy s godmother, in the guise or a
uniformed nurse" girl, appeared at the
door and summoned the little creature
from the realm of healing.
"Mercy doodness!" she exclaimed,
stooping down and bringing up a tiny
green basket filled with purple and
yellow pansies. "Muvver sent you
this, and I mos fordot it. Dood-byJ
After the child had gone, John real realized
ized realized that the basket of pansies re remained
mained remained in his hand. He removed a
card that peeped from the basket! and
on the side that first caught his eye
was written: "Pansies for thoughts.
you know; so be assured you are not
forgotten." Turning the card me
chanically, he whistled in sudden sur
prise as he read the name: "Mrs. Al
bert Brown Watklns." which was
the present name of Dolly Owen, 't the
girl he. had loved. v
A cold sweat broke over him and
with It came a queer feeling that all
his physical mechanism h4d suspend suspended
ed suspended operation. His" bewildered mind
' was at first as ineapacitated as his
body, but slowly he began to realize
that there was quite as much pain as
pleasure in being remembered by
Dolly, v v' -' : -:' ;-: ;" :
He was snappish toward the nurse
when she came in at noon to take his
temperature and to give him sOme
broth. :"J; -; v ;':
. Late that afternoon, John lay in a
delightful state of semi-slumber, when
from the corridor came the sound of
a voice that seemed to fit into his
dream. A lady was in conversation
with John's nurse.
"Quite by accident I found that my
nursemaid made a stupid blunder this
morning and took my little girl to
room 260 with some flowers I had sent
to dear old Mr. Throckmorton, who is
the paralytic in room 360, yqu know.
So I came over to see that lonely old
soul, and, as I saw you coming out
of 260 as I passed, I'd like to say that
I hope my little girl caused your pa
tient no annoyance this morning."
"Well," came the nurse's voice, "he
did have quite a turn just after she
left, but it may not have been caused
by her visit." ; :
"Oh, I'm so sorry." The lady's voice
was softly penitent. "Do you think it
would be an additional annoyance if I
went in now and apologized?"
As John slowly opened his eyes, he
could Just make out in the twilight the
outline of a slender woman's figure in
white entering his room.
Before either of them had time to
think, Dolly was kneeling at the s bed
side with her blushing face hidden in
his outstretched hands. A moment
later, came sane thinking into John's
head, and he sank back upon his pil
low with a groan.
"It's like hitting a man when he's
down, Dolly, to give me these glimpses
of the joy that might have been mine."
He sighed heavily. "Why should I
ever have thought you'd want to
cheer up my sickroom?"
"But I do want to, John; won't you
let me?" She looked appealingly at
"With yoir husband's full permis
sion, of course, retorted John, sud suddenly
denly suddenly becoming sarcastic again.
"My husband? Why, John, didn't
you know my husband was killed a
year ago in a" fire panic in one or his
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FISH AND OYSTERS
All kinds Fresh Vegetable
Good Goods, -;
Ten minutes later, Just as the ntse,
with a warning little cougn, was
about to enter the room with John's
supper, the patient released a hand
which he had been holding in his own
fond clasp and whispered ecstat
ically: "That blessed little baby! Her
blunder ba3 saved my life!'
(Copyright, 1313, by the MeClure News-
LOOK! GOOD FEEL GOOD
No one can either feel good noi
look good while suffering: from con
stipation. Get rid of that tired,
draggy, lifelesj feeling bys a treat treatment
ment treatment of Dr. King's New Life Pills.
tluv a bo i todav. take one or two
pills toniit. In the morning that
stuffed duu leeiing is gone ana you
feel bettei at once. 2oc at your
druggist.' Adv. &
Advertsle in the Star.
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PHONE 108 OCALA, FLA g
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Albert O. Harriss
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED
PHONE 219 FLORIDA J
We Have ttie Equipment and Ability
To serve you as you ought to be serried, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for this Is the only way we can accomplish
. m Tao wmPtimes. little thines go wrong, but they, are not inten
tional, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.
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Put an Ad. in the Star
OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, AUGUST 10, 1916
00 AT. A OCCTIRRFNOFS
OGAfA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
New Victor records at The Book
Shop. Hear them. Buy them. 3t
Private Melin of Company A, is
visiting his relatives here.
Take Rexall liver salts for
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's.
Mr. Frank Carlisle, a member of
Company A, is in town on a furlough.
Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS;
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
The bard of public instruction met
in regulir session August 1st with G.
S. Scott, chairman, B. R. Blitch, mem member
ber member and Supt. J. H. Brinson, present.
Mr. J. S. Grantham, member, came in
prior to the noon adjournment.
Messrs Baxter and Young, trus-
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Notice to O. E. S.
On account of remodeling Masonic
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chapter No. 29, O .E. S., will be held r fue kw.i, were Inspection and Bureau
Aug. 24 instead of Aug. 10. The r 'T u"c" attention to certain alleged defects
bliss Bank confirming the agreement
made with reference to carrying the
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scuwi accounts ior tne incoming
school year was received and filed.
Resignation of Mr. B. C. Murphy
as trustee of Griner Farm school was
reported. On recommendation Mr. J,
C. Fore was appointed in his stead.
A communication from the Florida
rthy matron urges all officers and 7 1 .,other mprovements electric wiring at the dormitory
members to be present on that date
for initiation of candidates.
A motor party from Inverness came
would attract your attention; then! f S;w snn ; :
MONEY TO LOAN without security
from district funds,
Grant JMickens, supervisor of the
ClarksviEej colored school, made re
quest for teachers to be furnished at
an early date.
why not save your clothing by having
it cleaned by experts ? J. T Clayton, of section f
coming a place of recreation for all
the .state. The
are Dr. and
Mrs. H. A. Reaves, Mrs. W. S. West
presented and it was ordered that the
matter be attended to.
A' petition from the auxiliary com
mittee of Howard Academy asking
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Mr. ri: a;-;c ltXO "1C ana graaes be
Pina n o i auucu w me present
course was pre
Read the Saturday Evening Post
every Thursday. Sold at The Book
Shop, Curtis Publishing Co. agency. 3t
WANTED Fifty men to do station v,,. date
work on hard road on yardage basis. senatnr Mr w q wf Tr Messrs. J. Randall and C. Hogans
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Roberts and Misses Julia and Clyde
Crawford of Jacksonville.
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Mr. W. Blitch, one of the Pleasant f",, aeClinea on
Hill trustees, conferred about a
teacher t open school at an early
account of the additional expense.
Request from Burbank for ceiling
material for. school house was refused
Request from Summerfield to have
of the Indian Mound school, made ob- ? f1 ?? d,0Wn was refused be
FOR SALE Stove wood, seasoned
pine and cypress, a large load for a
The Ocala House lunch rooms have x "l
vv eicn Liiimoer VO. js-o-u
their new fans in. and now have one
of the coolest places in the city.
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TRFJATH nnw In KnV at. Coott ran Axr
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r.x-oenawr u. iar was m vxlc for delivery. R. R. Carroll.
city from his Sumter
FOR RENT A two-story house with
all modpm rYnvfTiifnAS- in tron Wv1r
Americans are always norrmeu of the square. Apply to Dr. Walter
his brother, Mr. R. L. Anderson and
Miss Eloise Henry of Lake Weir.
. .line decided to nrocure wntpr
supervisor tnat Had I
Superintendent called attention to
the short course on school administra
panisn Duungnts, dui we are ul"Hood.
formed there was a very lively tight
with a Florida bull south of town OR RENT
sections U the
been appointed. Matter passed for
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Mr. H. L. Anderson of Jacksonville fT oeiy napei Tallahassee summer
in the city this week, the guest of olore ?o1 made for V16 school.
uuusc iu ue re-covereu. xie was in instructed
structed instructed to submit an estimate to the
board at its next meeting of the cost.
Prof Barnwell discussed with the
is spending, the day with Miss Blair b.oard matter of renewing rela rela-Woodrow.
Woodrow. rela-Woodrow. tions with Fessenden Academy. It
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,o a5xCCu tue cuuuty wuum xuruij.u Pine q f
Mrs. Charfes Rheinauer and Mrs. two f achers f or five months who repairs. Lumber for toilets and doo rs
M. Fishel have been called to the bed- muat "ave rionaa certmcaies, ana it flnd nails wp oot
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side of their sister. Miss Jenny Ho- wa ior ine supennienaeni 10 M F w .Tnril9
henberg of Alabama, who is seriously f ke UP th &e American Missionary j, trustees called and discussed
. maucis wun me Doara.
iir. vv a. uutnery, one 01 tne
.Request from Mount Zion colored
school for ceiling material refused.
By request Mr. C. P. Davis was
commissioned trustee of Summerfield
vice Dr. T. K. Slaughter, resigned.
nock James, supervisor of the
A well located cottage -n
sauare; all modern conveniences. Ap- ,... ... .... .. whI 1 ."nT0. 1"! ,.M- Moorhead, home demonstrator,
Mr. John M. Graham and his father, ply to K. E. Carroll. Star office, tt ,r. ".uc CLZTZ. a,scussea of h0"iing the
Mr. L. M. Graham of Grahamville,
who was his guest, visited Reddick
Plant City for a visit.
cussed with the board the matter of
canning exhibit at the fair or in the
Mr. W. A. Stephens of Macon, an
enterprising young business man of
Georgia's central city, is at. the Har
Mr. Louis Keef e, the young fire
man, who was so badly burned a few
weeks ago, is able to be out again. He
praises highly his physicians and his
careful and competent nurses at the j
Marion County Hospital.
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lca- n was agreeu iu mane me nf n.,lo Tt 4-v.
awnu uau nuiviiiumum i Mrs. IlaTrmier mnthor r-F M Tr. T. I saiary ox me prmcirai 30 Der moniDUU. i j iv.i 3 1
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Harris, has gone to High Springs. and to appoint Miss Nellie Clyburn. to hold a cookinz class exhibit un
Mr. Hogans of Indian Mount was town before the time for the fair but
Miss Meta Jewett leaves today for informed that the present appoint- the best time and nlace for the can.
a several months vacation at Saluda, ment would stand, the superintendent ning club exhibit was at the fair and
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to write me supervisor ana instruct also the canning club contest and
, mm in his duties. award.
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vev. o. d. uey, wno win leave nere ixr. o. n. vnnstian comerrea aoout The following bills were ordprpH
Large size Presl-o-Lite Tank.
Two new hand Klaxon Horns.
36x4 Diamond and Goodyear Tires, r 1
Apply to R. R. CarrolL Star OSce
WHY ENDURE SUMMER COLDS?
Prest-o-Lite Headlights, oval glass. M?ndfy f or a ur in his "Mandy," re- putting down a well for the Shady paid from county funds: G. S. Scott
cim,,, ceived a letter from Dr. J. Walter school, but was informed that it would for service on board $12. T? T? T?i;
Hood of Ocala, saying he had seen a not be done now. for same and mileage $18.40, J. S.
clipping from an Orlando paper that Messrs. J. L. Edwards and H. C. Grantham for same $1960, J. H. Brin-
he expected to leave Orlando Monday. Hozier discussed with the board the son for salary for July '$150 J. H.
Dr. Hood expected to leave Ocala to- financial relations of the district to Brinson office expenses $5,98, J. D.
Tt. isn't, nocoasarv tn Tia-ira o ctflP01 morrOW On a like tOUr, DUt Will Wait the COUnty. It Was Shown that the McCasldll fnr wnrt at Ar.;
Mr. Holmes Walters and one friend head, runnlnff nose. To coueh your over until Mr. Ley arrives and to-1 district had .become lareelv indebted S2.7S. Rtnarfa Pr,
wv-wx m i "v1' ,r: i?." zr lxy w getner me two cars win maice tne to tne county general school iund and S5. Dr. H F Watt fnr in wve f-
If they Will show this advertisement Lrous!Lr- s, e-laoney- trip.-Orlando Renorter-Star. the matter of voting an additional i'v,a -ttuv r..,;i-lV
iw it a riM.' Ane sooimng ana neaimg Daisams : i f
Vi oCtw w ATpri he .ino-o-pH onri i Dona issue oi not less tnan siu.uuo the TvTnT'iATi TJafAxtrova nn J
west UiXposmon street, the Ocala a short time you get relief and start Mrs. George MacKay and son, was discussed. It was agreed to have repair materials for Jacob's Well
Coca-Cola Bottling Works. on;the road to recovery. Your nose Robert, came up from the lake this prepared for the trustees a list of the Usnoi c-i,i nn
MATWFTT t r J geSmVbettlrV Get rning and took Mr. MacKay back warrants and purposes of same that the Ocala Star for minutes, $2.50ihe
MAXWELL Tourinc Cars ifi0-inphl 6 6 I ir, fVa r. t.;. unu v.i:j I nri w 4. ix xi. I
1 il notriH. nsf as nirprrpn kmii mnot iv (uiuuwu ivi uau uuuua.v. 1 "tic uciu u v uic tuuubv aiiiiiiBi. uie 1 u!) 3 KannoT miTnita. ?"J en
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready J is left as a cough and cold insur- district and the warrants taken up by printing $2.75 Ocala Star for printed
R. R. Carroll. ance.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis left yes
terday for Birmingham, Ala.
The Parisian Pressing Club which
has been operated for the past two
years by. Mr. George F. Williams, has We carry a full hne of Newport and Helen McDonald, who have been
been purchased hv Mr. W. C Ripe, nfl jcjtik a
Umatilla, who took charge of the bus
iness yesterday. Mr. Rice intends
improving upon the service of the es
We carry a full line of Thermos fill
ers. The Court Pharmacv. tf
wie county ior me aistrict at tne oe- envelopes for office $15.50, John M.
ginning of the present school year. Graham for commission $54.48. The
Mr. W. J. Crosbv of Citra presented Book Shop for office supplies $2J0.
Mrs. T. D. Wray and Misses Kate the following petition: Mrs. Elizabeth Thomas for office help
We. the undersisrned. dulv nualified $60
the guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. E. Mc- electors, residing within Citra special The following were ordered paid
Iver at the lake for some weeks, will tax school district No. 10 of Marion from district funds: On Dunnellon to
come to Ocala tomorrow morning and county, Florida, who are freeholders town of Dunnellon for water for May
leave ior tneir nome in uoiumoia, u. therein, hereby petition said board to at school $4.27; on Citra to Marion
il AlsHilM U iUULril I Mro 17! T TTo1rTicfnn a-A 4-, U;i.I i-.A? ... Ii in.. An r ,.
wv A K" TfivQ rjiTTT! ovctt?titI ; 7" a" eiwwuu to ueiermme wnemer or """""'S, o.uuj on Diiicnton to Mar-
A dren motored up from the lake this not bonds shall be issued by said dis- ion Hardware Co. for stove pipe 90c
.Don't suffer with a hacking coueh 6 -- c"c"aw" t"ci in tne amount oi twenty-live mciver & maciay lor materials
home with them this afternoon. hundred ( $2500 dnllaTs tha nmfaaA a I f or repair and incidentals nn
Mayor Robertson has 400 acres in ery, in use over 40 years, and ben- Mrs. Yancev and little Marv and k a u J;i--. i e;i. o i -j
4V,: ... I: Pine balsam with tar heal the irritat-1 7, ; f g maeoteaness incurred Dy. said dis-pcnooi ioc; on aummerneid to i. &
TTnZr r i T 'lr ed air passages soothes the raw ndier tms morning, and returned trict in building, enlarging and repair- W. B.'Drew Co. for desks $46.19.
tms aiternoon witn Mr. bam Mathews mg school houses in said district and The treasurer's report was present-
in tam S new car. I furnishing the samo. wri. inrtoKo1-1 ed and checked over and fvrmd t V.o
ness was incurred and the school I apparently correct. It shower for the
Warm as the weather is, Mr. W.
Austin Bennett says that he served
86 persons with waffles this morning, -ont suffer with a hacking cough
that has weakened youf system get
t-.x- f a bottle of. Dr. King's New Discov-
time, following watermelons with the l6STus d
("-race I i" n. r
TT TT TTVTT '.
fi-M 1 -.
"Phoslime carries a large percentage of moist- 5
lira lirViink V. V 1 1 t V
-.v., nmuu uds uccli repeuteuiy aemonstrated in
Pr?SLuse t0 keeD reen and weI1 nourished the
LAWNS on .which itas used." j
Prices F.-0. B. Phoslime, Fla., In Bags
a proKen inermos Dottle is no
good bring it to us and we will make
it "as good as new." The Court
vents racking the body with cough cough-incr.
incr. cough-incr. Dr. Kine's New Discoverv in.
duces natural sleep and aids nature
to cure you. Adv. 2
THE BEST LAXATIVE
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
houses and furniture mentioned were county funds conditions as follows:
and are being used for the exclusive! Balances and receipts for month of
use of the public free schools in saidlJuly on regular funds $1269.23 and
district, such election to be held pur- indebtedness fund $10,112.50, total
At the meeting of the stockholders! s'
To keep the bowels regular the best
laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a
tiuii glass oi water nan an hour be- snant tn setmn 17 f at,. i.i9 ,.! $11,381.73? transfei.d
fore breakfast and eat an abundance constitution of the .state of Florida, ness fund to regular fund by resolu-
rT f lilt onI TTAffAtA Tril sit nlnA ammVimWI I w
of. the Marion County Fair Associa- HAluu;DUjrx 3USOfO LODGE of fruit and vegetables, also establish and the laws of said state, Si w tion of board $3000, making footings
tion vesterdav afternoon in the hnnrd
nf tniio rnnm if w0 i v4- ianon-iJunn Loaze No. 19. F. A
w., w woa xvuuu tuab XL r .
.j it. i a ueis on me am ana tnira
would not be possible to amend the Thursday evening of each month t
luosutuuon. ic win oe necessary to b:uo o'clock, until further notice.
obtain an entirely new charter. It is i. C Webb, W. M.
jk iirown, secretary. A.d
proposed to amend the constitution
!:L!.P"7?!.llin?..tha OUALA TEMPLE
Boouviowun iiuu-proni institution.
a xreguiar uauiw ana oe sure inatyour j Crosby, R. K. Wartmann, J. E. fr regular fund $4269.23 and for in
riTl-'-r jTT, i." Sherouse, C. W. Driver, R. S. Short- debtedness fund $7112.50, less dis-
r.lT5rJT--fn-' i rT ridge' tSewart Ramey a A. Wart- basements for July leaving balances
bams Tablets. They are pleasant to manrif E. L. Wartmann, W. M; Har- for regular fund $325.58, indebted-
niJLJEr:?. W. T-.DuPree, S. E. Guesley. A. ness fund $1899. Total $2224.58.
yj. vyuite, wm. rranzott, ii. is. r ran-1 Uf ui strict zunas tne ioiiowmg
The September Cosmopolitan in the The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
NEW SHAPE, larger and better, Is Pythian Sisters, meets every-Tuesday
on sale today at The Boo!
one of the first to read it.
on sale today at The Book Shop. Be S'SSE L C'?L??J west
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
ana day. Merchant's Cafe, tf
Please don't forsret that we carrv zott G Middleton, Z. H. Shortridge, balances were shown: Ocala $66.72:
PYTHIAN SISTERS the famous NORRIS candies, the best M A Rice J- w- Hagins, D. HaU, W. Mcintosh $83.99; Belleview $369.42;
made. Fresh each week.' The Court A Kedutt J H. West, J. M. Lewis, pantvine ?bl4; Dunnellon $2.11;
Pharmacy. tf w- B- llovt E- Blackshear, D. O. EI-1 Keddick $6.64; Pine Level $213.79;
lis, Victor J. Kunze, G. R. Creekmore, Mayville $1960; Weirsdale $900.87;
LIVER TROUBLE P1- J- Hmmons, J. W. Hewett, ,L. B. iwtra $157; Gnner Farm $5.99;
Moody, J. J. McAllister, A. J. Ellis. Buck Pond $3021; Sparr $28.65:
"1 am bothered With liver trouble 1. U. Ellis. J. G. Rohert.?nn. .T. n handler 5692.49: Fellowshin 4.5S'
Sn h!toraT T1168 JuTmFg2 Pratt' J' E Williams, J. S. Kingsley, Electra $67.69; Blitchton $118.51;
man, Webster City, Iowa. "I had a t T d'Ur ,T rice.. ...
nains in mv sidA ond Wlr r, uugxass, l. W. melton, J. If. uxuo; ron xving s.ij;
Aii xzso. is. r. U. ful to Ausley, L. H. Hall, 3. W. Payne, D. Capulet $62.69; Linadale $422.54; Cot-
Ocaia Lodire No 28R TinAM-ant f? namberlam's Tablets and tried Barcus, J. K. West, Arthur Evans, ton Plant $139.59; Orange Lake $280. $280.-i
i $280.-i tT 11111'. B7 the tome I had used half John Stvls T?iVrinrd TTret n w 68: Oak Hill J17J?9? Mosa Tnntr
9 --"7 M AWMAMWf w IT I t J
cordially invited to meet with us.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C
A nw shipment of .Crane's station- and Protective Order of ElksV ineett
er just in all styles.
c w"un- nuu xroiecuve uraer or juiks. zneett a bottle of them I was feeling fin nd I
The Court the second and fourth Tuesday even- had o siSl of hSdnffiS Taylor'
Horse, cow and poultry feed corn,
oats, hay and sweet feed. Ocala
Seed Store. V 8-1-tf
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postomce, east side.
R. S. Rogers, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF IfTTHIAS
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
had no signs of pain." Obtainable Aayior yi cottage mil $26.62;
everywhere. Adv. : Upon the above petition being pre- Charter Oak $277.37; Pedro $37.78;
sented, the following resolution was Kendrick $88.26; Oklawaha $467.41:
JUST THE THING presented bv Mr. J. S. Grantham. RP.. HeidtviUe $3725: Pleasant Hill
FOR DIARRHOEA onded by Mr. B. R Blitch, and unani-p14.9-33; Fort McCoy $172.41; An An-'
' An-' I mouslv ndnntAd (9Z thohv $6.85:
, l w.w ttuivtugviuwi f iii
ADOUt tWO VPflTS SiCrt T hart o eavava .1 1 1 I TJ 1 I nn ni ;i t
..i v. "r v, -r' v..w eisewnere;. uumuu .o; isniion si.bu; jLowell
attack of diarrhoea which lasted over tt- J74 rs. fi..' .000
uiu uiuuuu iu was uruereu mai T w -.. v-vu wuu fo.oj. xotai,
. la wppV nn-itoo w n Tw t-t j upon mono
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready WJLm?'1: 1 N. D. "I became so weak that I could he resolution be forthwith pubUshed $6,625.51
Castle Hail, over tim Jam ah ViarHai I i ? uruggisi recom- once eacn weeicior lour weeks in the
R. R. Carroll.
L C. Jordan' Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C; SITK
Phone 10 Ocnla, Fia.
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vi-
iting brothers. G. A. Nash, C. C
Vha3. K. Sage. K. of R. S. AA
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR V
Ocala Cliapter. No. 29. O. E. S. I
meets at xonge & nail tne second and
fourth Thursday evenings of ead
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtle G. Kramer. W. M.
mrs. jjuiiao simmoAS, oecy.
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday eveniner in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly, a warm welcome alwavs
..1 1 1 1 a
extenaea S3 visitmg brotners.
. r E. McClane, N. G.
L. II. Pillans, Secretary.
CHAPTKtf NO. 13, It. A. M.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates mada nn nil r. Regular coiivocations of the nil
tract work. Gives More and Better lJS? 1? R' A M- 031
W-t1c fn thA a rt.c eyery mourn aft
inZSZ 7C r "J 8 ?lim- A- ?. Burnett, H. P.
M ww mv.,. jhkr rjrovm aoit
repom- once parh wir fni -frktiT- waoVo m fha I ine secretarv was mctmtoH
J J 1 1 I -U4W awa. AWMA. V 4VAJL VUI T w VWV W
menaea vinamoerlain s Colic Cholera I e r 1
nn1 niQY-vkrkao m 4x IT i 1 auu maimer, mere oeing no news- v aiittnuig wiui me
?eHe?ed me ltd wSht7 daI was published in Citra special tax banks the bond interest and sinking
as well as ever." Many druggists rec- school district. Iund accounts of the several bonded
ommend this remedy because they The following notice was ordered districts and to see that the proper
e7ehere--Adv. uDtamaoie to be inserted according to law..(See amounts were passed to the savings
auvemsement eisewnere;. fl"""w "u mat proper accounts as
It was agreed to ship thirty desks required by law were rendered by the
to W. J. Crosby for the Hawthorne depositories at the end of each month
colored school. lor, the bond.
The board adjourned for the day. j Mrs. Roberts, matron of the dorm dorm-Wednesday's
Wednesday's dorm-Wednesday's Session itory, called and discussed dormitory
A petition was presented from a matters and it was agreed that there
number of patrons of the Dallas should be advertisements carried in
school an$ the board ordered that the tne papers and bids would be asked
supervisor request a meeting of theor papering two of the rooms
patrons to discuss and decide upon a 'No further busmess appearing the
recommendation and report to the "oard adjourned to meet in regular
board. session on Monday, September 3.
Mr. Blitch recommended the an- 1916. They will not be in session on
pointment of J. R. Dixon as principal Tuesday on account of the teachers
of the Blaze Pond school, and the examinations being in progress at that
board ordered this to be done. time. J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
Letter from the comptroller and
the law with reference to depositories A 9-room cottage with all modern
to be designated instead of the county conveniences, including gas. for cook cook-treasurer
treasurer cook-treasurer received and filed. ing, for rent, Inquire of Mrs. 0. T.
Letter from the Munroe & Cham- Green, 605' Oklawaha avenue, 8-7-tf
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
FOR ANYTHING AND
110 N. Orange St Ocala, Fla.
iMver & Mae&ay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBUMERS
. PHONES 47, 104 d$
$9 Per Ton
LESS THAN CARLOAD
$10.00 Per Ton
WRITE FOR BOOKLET
FLORIDA SOFT PHOSPHATE & LIME CO.
UOX4W 4 Ocala 'Florida ?
H. A. FAUSETT, Local Dealer
"The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tire
xouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
Phones 438 76 Ocala, Fla,
THE WIM0K MOTE
aa the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
- RATES From $1.50 per day per person to ?6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
MERCHANT S MINERS TRAIISP0HTATI011 COMPAHY
Summer Tourist Fares
From Jacksonville to
New York and return... $35.00
Baltimore and return... 32.00
Philadelphia and eturn.. 30.00
Washington and return.. 34.00
Savannah and return... 6.0V
Boston and return...... $43.03
Providence and return .. 4 LCD
Blue Mountain and return 35.50
Atlantic City and return. 38.50
Asbury Park and return. 35.50
Through tickets to all Eastern resorts, with return limit October 31,
1916, with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings from
Jacksonville, via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday and Saturday. Tfc Tfc-Philadelphia
Philadelphia Tfc-Philadelphia July 2, 13 and 24, Aug. 3, 13, 24, at 4 p. m.
Steamships Suwannee and Somerset have staterooms de luxe with
baths, also shower rooms, hot and cold, fresh and salt. Running water
in all rooms. Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommodation unsur unsurpassed.
passed. unsurpassed. Reservation, foare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tour book.
Address Merchants & Miners Trans. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
H. C. AVERY, Agt. L. D. JONES, C. A. J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
W. P. TURNER, G. PA, Baltimore, Maryland
Eli YORK V RETUR
Only Direct Line from Jacksonville
Fare Includes Meals Good on Any Ship.
Tickets Now on Sale, and Stateroom Berth
Final Return Limit October 31st
Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib trty St, Jacksonville. Florida.
Annual Mountain and Seashore Excursion
l4H VIA ;
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Round Trip Rates from Ocala
Washington, D. C. $21.35 Richmond, Va. .. .,.......$19.35
Norfolk, Va. .$19.35 Baltimore, Md $23.33
Round Trip Rates from Jacksonville
Wilmington,' N. C. $12.25 Chattanooga, Tenn. ,f ... ..$14.00
Winston-Salem, N..C. ......$14.25 Monteagle, Tenn. .A $15.25
Hot Springs, Va $18.75 Mammoth Cave, Ky. $18.20
Roanoke, Va. $16.50 Lexington, N. C $14.25
Tickets sold AUGUST 16th Limit SEPTEMBER 1st.
For information or reservations call on A. C. L. ticket agent or
A. W. FRITOT, D. P. A J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
Jacksonville, Fla. Tampa, Fla.
Put an Ad. in the Star