Generally fair tonight; probably
scattered showers and thunderstorms.
OOALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1916
VOL. 22, NO. 202
French Repulsed Attacks of Germans With
Liquid Fire at Fleury
lilt ALOHG THE EASTERN FOQUT
London, Aug. 21. Italian troops
began to disembark at Saloniki yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, according to press dispatches.
Active Italian participation in the
Saloniki campaign would mean war
.between Italy and Germany. It may
also be taken to mean the allies have
embarked on a campaign of extensive
proportions in the Balkans as there
already is believed to be 700,000 Brit British,
ish, British, French and Serbians on the Sa Saloniki
loniki Saloniki front, where hostilities on a
; large scale opened last week. The
Bulgarians are aided by Germans and
some Turks and Austrians, although
it has been indicated that many Aus Austrians
trians Austrians were sent to the Italian and!
Russian fronts. ; ,,
France says operations are con-
: tinuing along the entire Balkan front!
and Greece is reported disquieted at!
the Bulgarian advance to within seven
miles of the Greek seaport of Kavala.
France announces the repulse of a
German liquid fire attack against
Fleury and reports artillery fighting
raging aloig the Somme front.
Russia announces additional ad advances
vances advances along the Stokhod river, and
claims the capture of 1300 prisoners
and many guns the last two days. A
delayed Austrian statement reports
several Russian repulses along Gen.
Von Hindenburg's front. .7
The Russians are vigorously press pressing
ing pressing through "two of the Carpathian
, passes towards Hungary, but are
meeting with stubborn resistance.
The 'Austrians today announce they
have repulsed two attacks in the Car
pathian passes and captured Russian,
trenches south of Kovel.
THEDJ III TEIISSEE
f. Eight Killed and Others Wounded as
the Result of a Boiler
Jackson, Aug. 21. Eight people
were killed and several are missing as
the result of a boiler explosion at the
Harlan-Morris Stave Manufacturing
company's plant here today. Five of
the dead are whites.
MARION HAS THE MATERIAL
Should Build Its Roads, Says Port
land Representative, of Cement
Mr. G, A. Beckett, representing the
National Portland Cement, Associa
tion, 13 at the Harrington. tie says
that Marion county, having so much
material for the purpose ; right at
hand, should build cement roads. He
has just closed a contract for four
miles of two course concrete roadways
for the town of New Smyrna. Rock
obtained in Volusia county is to be
used for the bottom course, and gran
ite rock from Georgia is to be used
for the top course of the roadways.
Lake Weir sand is being used. Mr.
Beckett say a' that Lake Weir sand is
recognized by engineers as compar
ing most favorably with the famous
Ottawa sand 'of the middle west. A
half mile of the New .Smyrna roads
will be 24 feet wide, and the rest 16
feet wide. The road will be six inches
thick, and will cost $1.38 a square
MARCUS FRANK GONE
TO NORTHERN MARKET
Mr. Marcus Frank left Saturday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon for New York City, where he
goes on a hurried trip to purchase an
advance stock of fall goods for Frank's
popular store 'Mr; Frank will make
a trio to theity again, a couple of
months later t to buy the later sea
son's merchandise, as he finds that
more frequent trips and lighter pur purchases
chases purchases are far better for his trade.
RUSSIANS IHCESSAHTLY HAMMER THE SHAKING LIS OF
Wicked Bandit Cut Off Ears of Pris-
oners Before Standing Them
Against a Wall
El Paso, Aug. 21. The story of
how Baudelio Uribe, a Villa chief,
single handed, trimmed the ears off of
twenty prisoners who refused to join
the bandits and then had them shot,
was brought here today in copies of a
Chihuahua City newspaper.
Epidemic in New York Today Neither
Decreases Nor Increases
New York, Aug. 21. There were
thirty-three deaths and ninety-nine
new cases of infantile paralysis today.
GAMBLE & STOCKTON
SAY BRICK IS GOOD
Gamble & Stockton, who provided
the brick for the new waterworks,
which Mr. Ebner pronounced not up
to specifications, have sent the follow following
ing following letter to the contractor:
Jacksonville, Aug. 17.
Mr. Benjamin Thompson, Tampa.
Dear Sir: In reply to your inquiry
of the 16th, we beg to advise that our
Jacksonville brick have been used in
numerous school buildings throughout
this state arid they are now being used
in ten different large school buildings
at Jacksonville, and each building
was by a different Jacksonville archi
tect, and we also wish to state that
they were used in the postoflice build
ing at Live Oak, the court house at
West Palm Beach, the magne hos hospital,
pital, hospital, a government hospital, at Key
West, sewer work in Tampa, sewer
work in Jacksonville and water works
in Jacksonville, the Duval county
armory, at Jacksonville, the county
jail and county court house at Jack
Our brick are being specified by
such architects as W. B. Bailey,
Mark & Sheftall, H. J, Klutho, Boni-
foey & Elliot," August Geiger, Pheif
fer, Mundy, Murray, S. King, P. J.
Hutton, Francis Miller, F. H. Trim
ble, G. W. Warren, F. P. Kennard, R.
Holmes, George Holmes, E. A. Eh Eh-man,
man, Eh-man, M. S. Greely, and practically
every architect in the state has given
our material their endorsements. Also
several northern architects have speci
fied our material for. Florida work.
Yours very truly,
Gamble & Stockton Company.
Robert Wilson, a boy of 11 years
old ran away from the. home of his
father, E. H. Wilson, on the night of
August 18th, by the aid of some one
unknown. Anyone handling this boy
in any way without notifying his
father within three days'af ter his ar
rival will be prosecuted to the full ex
tent of the law. E. H. Wilson,
8-21-3t-w-25-lt. Ocala, Fla
MOTORCYCLE FOR SALE
A 1916 model Excelsior, twin
cylinder motorcycle, with side car, al
fully equipped, and;" absolutely first
ciass condition throughout. Been run
Jihfiit 1000 milpa. "Will cell fhtmn far
I cash. Apply at Star office. 8-14
ntends to Add Forty-Eight Thousand
Men to the Standing
Madrid, Aug. 21. The government
preparing- to oass a bill to increase
the peace strength of the Spanish
army from 40,U00 to 180,000 men.
n SEEMS TO BE SAFE
Recount Gives Him Six Majority with
out Counting the Fort McCoy
With the votes in all of the pre
cincts, except Fort McCoy, re-counted-
ed J. P. Galloway is the leader in the
sheriff's race, the recount giving him
a majority of six votes over his op opponent,
ponent, opponent, Mr. W. F. Adams. The final
decision rests with the court. The Fort
McCoy votes were not .counted, be
cause the ballots of this precinct were
found missing when the box was op
ened. If the court decides that the
vote in this precinct shall not be count
ed, it will give Sheriff Galloway a
majority of 27.
The sheriff's vote at Fort McCoy
was as follows: W. F. Adams, 35 first
choice, 5 second; J. P. Galloway 13
first choice, 6 second: Henry Gordon,
no votes; John T. Lewis, 2 first; W.
A. Priest, 21.
Sidney J. Catts received a large
majority in the missing Fort McCoy
box. The vote for governor in this
precinct was as follows: Sidney J.
Catts, 47 first choice, 3 second; Ion L.
Farris, 3 first choice; F. M. Hudson,
2 first; W. V. Knott, 14 first, 1 sec
ond; F. A. Wood, 3 first.
Real Work of War Forcibly Impressed
on the Second Regiment
(Jacksonville Metropolis, 18th)
The boys of the Second this morn
ing began digging trenches.
Not that they expect to be attack
ed, but as a matter of preparedness
preparing them for such duty should
tbey be ordered to the border and
should, after such an order and its
execution, trench digging became nec
essary they would be thoroughly fa
miliar with all its details.
The entire regiment was marched
considerably north of its camp, and
to a little used portion of the reser
vation. Trenches were staked out and
the back-breaking work started.
Regulation defensive trenches were
dug It was not haphazard work. A
first-line trench, three and a half feet
deep, with earth banked in front; sup supporting
porting supporting trenches and communicating
trenches were started. The sun broil broiled
ed broiled down and the men swung to their
work with the cheerful spirit which
has been noted every time the Second
has had to face hardship. Hundreds
of the boys had not previously made.
the acquaintance of tools of excava
tion, and, previous to mobilization,
could not have stood for an hour the
strain on muscles required in ditch
digging. However, this morning's
performance showed just what mill
tary training will do in the way of
making men physically fit, and the
trenches grew deeper and longer un
der the steady swing of the opera
"The John Dozier Co." will under
sell everbody for the next 15 days for
leash. Corn especially.
SENATE VOTES TO CONSIDER IT IIQVV I
VAITIIIG UNTIL flEXT SESSIO
, Washington, Aug. 21. The Senate
today voted 27 to 24 to take up the
immigration bill which the democratic
caucus had agreed to postpone until
next session. Eight democrats voted
to take up the bill. The passage of
the bill, which President Wilson pre
viously vetoed because of the literacy
test, seemed assured by this action,
and" some democratic senators believe
the president won't veto it again. De
bate of the Asiatic features of the bill
began in a secret session.
RESUMING THE STUDY
OF GOOD ROADS
Editor Star: In the recent pro
paganda for bonds for, roads, some
have manifested a spirit that to
others may seem reactionary, among
them myself. I would Vote for bonds
instanter if I could persuade myself
hat in the roads built by sale of
bonds we would get our money's
worth in roads. We buy so many
gold bricks and white elephants that
I am gun-shy.
Mr. Peabody in the Star of the
16th offers the best solution, so far,
in his remarks regarding concrete
roads, but his estimate, of cost per
mile is vastly too high and my opin opinion
ion opinion is that with the exercise of even
a modicum of inventiveness and ver
satility we can build our roads out of
Marion county material for about one one-third
third one-third the price of $8,u"00 per mile;
that is, if we do the job as econom economically
ically economically as any sane man would do it in
his private business.
'To begin with, we have our founda
tions already built. This lime rock
foundation is ideal for concrete, or
crushed rock as a top dress. Lime
rock roads in Florida deteriorate for
two reasons too much rain, or not
In the first plaee the lime rock
roads are eroded on the slopes, and
made into mudholes in the shade; in
the other, the lime is easily thrown
into a stifling dust, and disappears,
like a fond dream of prosperity.
A mighty good road can be built
out of crushed rock and p. better-and
more expensive one from concrete,
but in either case the mingling of the
material is really a fine art. You can
make an expensive crushed rock road
that will wear out in a few years,
or you can make an inexpensive one
that will be good after we have turn turned
ed turned to dust ourselves. You can make
concrete out of sand two parts and
cement one part, that will crumble
and fall apart, or you can make con concrete
crete concrete out of just the right propor proportions
tions proportions of coarse gravel, fine gravel and
sand, and one-seventh of cement, that
will ring like an iron bar and get
better with age. It's all in knowing
But there is more than that to
In laying roads for public use,
some one ought to be in control who
knows all about road material and
also knows how to make contractors
put it on when they are paid to put it
There is not a particle of doubt but
that for the country a properly con constructed
structed constructed macadam road is the cheap cheapest
est cheapest and best, provided you can get
the material close at hand. In our
case it would seem to me wise to find
out if our flint rock is good material.
If it is, then buy a rock crusher and
dress our lime roads with a com comparatively
paratively comparatively "thin top of rock to pre
For side streets in cities, I have
seen very good results from a combi combination
nation combination cement and rock. The center
of solid concrete about eight feet
wide, the sides of crushed rock
brought up flush with edges of con concrete.
crete. concrete. For cities in places where
traffic is not heavy it is both cheap
and effective; the center gets 90 per
cent of the wear. I enclose clipping
from Hastings (Mich.) Journal for
your consideration. Lester Warner.
BABY MAXWELL AT A BARGAIN
I have just. taken in exchange a
baby Maxwell, two-clinder, two-passenger
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
Wilson Will Spend Next Two Months
at Shadow Lawn in New
Washington, August 21. President
Wilson plans to spend practically all
of September and Octobei at Shadow
Lawn, in New Jersey.
LISTENED TO CATTS
A Star reporter picked up the fol following
lowing following this morning. It was evident evidently
ly evidently writen by some one who was in
town to hear Catts Friday night, and
wrote his opinion to some one in
town, who after reading it dropped
it on the street. We omit the signa signature
ture signature and the postoflice it was sent
"Waal, Bill, I thot I'd write and tell
yer that I got in my Ford and went
ter Okally nite before las' jeV ter hear
that fellow Catts what runned ergin
thet frien' of our'n in ther primary.
Waal, as I wuz sayin', this hereof el el-low
low el-low Catt is some talker on gineral
subjects confined largely ter himself.
I guess he ranted around somethin'
like a hour tellin' the 'sembled multi multitude
tude multitude of curus citizens and citizen citizen-esses
esses citizen-esses what er powerful memery he
had, and proved it by repeatin' er
speech he sed he had not sed in four fourteen
teen fourteen years, and tellin' thet he want no
boor whatever thet is no, he never
meant no animal, but that he was
lerned in the classes of Rome and
Greese, and thet he would prove thet
too, and then he repeated thet sad and
pathetic little song out Annie Laurie
and a tother piece by Bob Taylor
bout 'Song er ther Battel," but, blame
me, ef I knowed thet Bob Taylor ever
wuz in er British battel, and how fine
he wuz when it came to high figurin,
which Knott sez is so, for he proved
hit in er number of precincts he had
counted particulerly, wuz he good et
showin' as how ther squar uz ther
hipotenuse wuz ekal ter ther sum er
ther squars uv tother two sides uv
er rite angle triangle, which may be
ther truth, but I don't believe it, and
then he made er few remarks erbout
ther ,dresses them highfilutin' city
gals wares. He sed at first thet he
helt er 'stificate uv nomination, and
thet, begosh he would hold thet
'stificate no matter ter him what ther
'spreme cote sed erbout hit, an' he'd
go to jail in Okally 'fore he'd give hit
up, which is showly bluff or he's crazy
ter atack ther bulwalk uv our guver guver-ment
ment guver-ment like thet. Waal, all such things
'pertain' ter ther high offis uv gov gov-ciner
ciner gov-ciner he discussed at grate length,
and then he talked erbout such miner
matters uv ekalization uv taxes, of
which he sed he knew no thin' cept
what Iown Faris hed sed when he
made thet master piece speech in
Okally 'fore the primary, an' the pub public
lic public schools, an rite thar I thot he
would giv' them blamed Catholics
ther devil, but he never sed nothin'
ergin them furreners for they may be
erlowed ter vote in November, an
as how he would lam ther boys and
girls uv this fair state ter work,
yer know we'uns ain't never learned
thet yet, an how devoted he wuz to
ther interes' of Floridy in ways too
numerous ter mention in ther ? ten
minutes he had ter devote ter ther
miner matters, but ez all them things
did not pertain ter ther offis ter which
ther deer peepul had histed him, he
would resume thet more important
subject, hisself. "He sed thet he mite
want some petitions sined, an ? we
could send fer ther blanks ter J. V.
Burke in Jacksonville Bill, is thet
ther J. V. Burke what used ter live in
Okally, and he would send themand
ter vote for him, Sidney J. Catts.
Waal, L can't say as I didn't have a
good time et ther show, but I cum er er-way
way er-way sad ter think thet er state what
had had Drew, an Fleming an Blox Blox-ham,
ham, Blox-ham, an Broward might have Catts
fer guverner. I guess, Bill, ef I gets
ther chance IH jes vot fer old Bill
Knott ergin, an' maybe hell get er
fair count this time."
Employers Sticking to Principle
AND ARE OPPOS
S0P1E WAY TO
Washington, Aug. 21. Railroad
presidents and their committee of
managers worked steadily here today
to devise some means of averting the
threatened strike which would in the
main accept President Wilson's plan,
but at the same time preserve the
principle of arbitration, which has be become
come become the crux of the whole fight. No
conference between the railroad ex
ecutives and President Wilson is ex
pected before tomorrow. The brother brotherhood
hood brotherhood representatives, after a brief
meeting, adjourned to await develop developments.
ments. developments. Meanwhile they sent dele delegates
gates delegates to congressmen to inform them
of the details of the controversy. The
situation continued, as both sides ex
pressed it, serious but not hopeless.
Leaders of the railroad executives de
clared they are united against Presi
dent Wilson's plan as it now stands,
but hope to agree on some form of
counter proposal. Western railroad
presidents arriving today included
Lewis W. Hill of the Great Northern.
Many of them are optimistic of some
SUMMONED TO THE
When the president was informed
this afternoon that all the western
railroad presidents who could get
here in a reasonable time, arrive, he
would summons them to the White
House, tl was said, however, they
would soon be prepared to give him a
SERVICE TO THE SPRINGS
Jitney Will be Overhauled and Put
Back on the Job
Mr. Ed. Carmichael has bought the
motor bus formerly used by the Semi
nole Motor Bus Co. and will again put
it in service between here and Silver
Springs. He will not operate it him
self, but lease it to some reliable
party. : Before the bus isput in ser
vice, it will be overhauled and equip
ped witiu a much more powerful en
gine. t It will make a morning and
afternoon 'trip on week days, and
on Thursday and Sunday afternoons
will run on the hours. The jitney3
were a great convenience to us poor
folks and we will all be glad to see
one of them running again.
VON ENGELKEN CONFIRMED
Washington, Aug. 21. F. J. Von
Engelken of East Palatka, wha was
rioriiinated a day or two ago to be
director of the mind, has been con
firmed by the Senate and will assume
his duties immediately.
NEGRO BADLY CRUSHED
A negro man was run over by a
loaded log wagon near Lake Weir
this morning and so desperately
crushed that it was deemed unwise to
operate on him or attempt to bring
him to Ocala. Both of his legs should
be amputated,, but he is so weak that
an operation cannot be attempted
... Mr. Allen Rodgers brought to the
board of trade rooms Saturday several
specimens of the products of his farm
two miles east of town. Among these
are corn stalks fourteen feet high
with fine large ears; fourteen foot
stalks of sorghum cane, samples of
splendid ribbon cane, peanuts, etc. If
there ever was a demonstration of
what can be done on a Marion county
farm the past two seasons have
brought it out, as there has been
more real farming during that period
than ever before. An the desirable
part of it all is that it has been
profitable to all who have entered
with a determination to make it so.
The lunch counter of the Ocala
House Lunch Rooms, is the bar of the
old .saloon, and yet retains its brass
footrail. That foot-rail feels very
homelike to some of the old-timers.
ED TO WILSON'S PLAH BUT HOPE TO FILD
rui n in a
Jonesville Desperado Has Been Taken
by Alachua Officers to
Jacksonville, August 21. Boisey
Long, the negro who was captured
after a search for him as the slayer
of Constable S. G. Wynne, which re resulted
sulted resulted in the lynching of five negroes
near Newberry, has been brought
here for safe k?cping.
EXCITEMENT IN ALACHUA
Events that Led Up to the Wholesale
Lynching and the Capture of
the Principal Offender
The outbreak at Jonesville in
Alachua county was probably brought
to an end by the capture of Boisy
Long, who mortally wounded Consta
ble S. G. Wynne, of Newberry, at
Long's home Friday morning. Long
went Saturday night to the home of
"Squire" Long, an old colored preach
er, nine miles northwest of Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Square Long and his son very
sensibly took "Boisy" to the county
jail in Gainesville.
Wynne accompanied by Dr. Harris,
went to Long's home Friday before
daylight and put him under arrest.
Long, following the example of the
negro who shot Constable Olin at
Kendrick a couple of weeks ago,
opened fire on Wynne and Dr. Harris,
wounding them both, the former mor mortally.
tally. mortally. As Wynne fell wounded, he
fired at Long, the bullet 'taking effect
tut not enough to keep Long from
escaping. Wynne died Saturday night,
and the same night the people living
near the scene of the tragedy made a
general clean-up of all the bad char characters
acters characters in the neighborhood. One ne negro
gro negro was shot to death and five two
of them women were taken from the
Newberry jail and hung to trees on
the picnic grounds at Newberry. The
clan of negroes in which Boisey
Long was a leader had been a great
deal of trouble to their white neigh neighbors
bors neighbors for years, and had become such
energetic thieves that the farmers in
their neighborhood had about given
up trying to raise any hogs. The ac action
tion action of the old negro, Squire Long, is
bringing the murderer to the Gaines
ville jail was very unusual, very sen sensible
sible sensible and can't be too highly com commended.
mended. commended. Boisy Long, when captured,
had a high-powered automatic pistol,
but had no cartridges, else he might
have done more damage.
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. II. W. Tucker, Ocala,
REO AT A BARGAIN
A nineteen fifteen fire-passenger
Reo car, fully equipped, electric lights
and starter, two extra tires and tubes,
recently overhauled throughout. First
check for $400 gets it. R. R. CarrolL
' ELECTRICAL CONTRACTING
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let 3s furnish you
estimates. No job to large asd none
to small. H. W. Tucker. tf
Fresh fall garden seed now in. The
Ocala Seed Store. 8-l-tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERT DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER A CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Learearood, Busineaa Maaayer
J. LL Deaja mln. Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., poatofflce as second class matter.
One year, In advance $5.00 One year, In advance $1.00
lx months, in advance 2.50 Six month, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance 1.25 Three months, in advance ..... 2.25
One month, in-advance to One month, in advance SO
Brooksville is paving several of its
principal streets with asphalt.
THE STAR'S PHONES
Joe Reese of the Orlando Reporter-J
2tar s me iainer oi a nne Doy. nere s
hoping he will grow up to b3 as smart
as his daddy.
Another man that the president
might kick upstairs with advantage
to the country is Senator Gumshoe
Stone of Missouri.
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,
Catts held out' the olive branch -to
the Ocala papers Friday night. It
might have been accepted if it hadn't
looked so much like a fishing pole.
Champ Clark has gone to Maine, to
make speeches for the democrats. If
Champ doesn't talk any better in
Maine than he did in Ocala, he had
beter have stayed in -Washington.
Stefansson is reported to have
found immense copper deposits in the
new land he has discovered in the far
north, but about the only way to get
the ore out will be in airships.
The Germans are trying to create
the impression that they are entirely
happy about that British drive on the
Somme, but they are not succeeding
It looks like the railroad presidents
would rather have a strike than not
In case there is a strike they will de
pend on the government to see that
the trains were run, and my employ
mg strikebreakers they would try to
break up the unions.
ucaia is getting, so awiuiiy good
that the city council will not permi
the sale of fruit there on Sunday.
Ocala has been afflicted with that
brand of goodness for a long time.
.The Tampa Times calls attention to
the fact that "in 1900 there were only
two negro-owned. banks in the United
States. Now there are ninety-one.
The negro is 'coming into his own,
financially and otherwise."
That arrival of the Deutschland at
Bremen, reported from Geneva in Fri
day's dispatches, seems to have been
too previous. Our study of the dis
patches leads us to the conclusion that
the Geneva liar is in the first rank of
the liars of this war.
Mr. Catts, in trying to prove the
power of his intelect Friday night,
by reciting pieces he learned years
ago, weakened his cause rather than
strengthened it. Nearly all us older
men can recite things we learned
thirty or forty years ago. Bat when
we want the initials of a man who
came to town year before last,
reach for the city directory.
As the Belgians aid the British in
overruning German East Africa they
doubtless feel that they, are obtaining
some satisfaction for the devastation
of their native land. German. East
Africa is one of the most valuable
possessions any European power has
ever held on another continent. It
ba3 an area of 348,000 square miles,
and much of this territory is among
the richest in natural resources in the
President Wilson has made a very
-fair proposition to both sides in the
threatened railroad strike. He says
the employef should have an eight-
hour day, and all familiar with the
strain on railroad men must admit he
is right. He wants the men to be
willing to work overtime for regular
time pay, and while this probably
isn't what they should have it would
be better for them to take it than
strike. The president is trying to act
for the food of the whole country and
the conflicting interests had better
agree with him.
would have said if one of those wick
eO Catholics had arisen and reminded
him that the great majority of the
high school girls were the daughters
of Protestant families. We admit
that high school girls are taught a
whole lot of stuff that is of little or
no use to them, but all we know
seem to be as well on the way to
make as good American women as
their mothers and grandmothers be
fore them. It's as natural for a high
school girl as for low school girl to
want to wear pretty dresses and have
a good time. But any old citizen of
Ocala who looks back over the suc
cession of high school girls he has
known in twenty, years can testify
that the great majority have turned
out well, and are filling lovely and
useful places in life. And we have
no reason to believe that the high
school girls of Ocala's sister towns
art any different.
MRS. HARRIET C. LIVINGSTON
Ocala lost one of its best and most
loved women Saturday in the death
of' Mrs. Harriet C. Livingston, widow
of an old and honored citizen, J. H.
mrs. uvingsion leix ucaia some
weeks ago to spend the summer with
her son, Mr. Thos. M. Livingston and
family, near Orangeburg, S. C. Sat Saturday
urday Saturday morning, Mrs. Livingston was
found dead in her bed, having evident evidently
ly evidently passed away in her sleep.
MrS. Livingston came to Ocala with
her family many years ago, and dur
ing her life here endeared herself to
all who knew her. She was one of the
most useful members of the Baptist
church; also of the Daughters of the
Confederacy, and her lovely home on
South Wenona street was a center of
comfort and refinement- for her hus husband,
band, husband, children and all their friends. r
Mrs. Livingston's eldest sons, Hen
ry and Clifford, and one of Mr. Henry
Livingston's daughters, Miss : Mary
Harriet, left Saturday night for Or
angeburg to attend the funeral of
their mother. The funeral took place
Sunday, and Mrs. Livingston's re
mains were laid to rest by "those of
her husband, who died April, 1912.
STUDYING THE SUBJECT
Friday the Star published a story
from the Eustis Lake Region saying
that Dr. J. G. Baskin, G. W. Neville,
W. W. King and F. J. Titcomb of
Dunnellon, had visited Lake county
and were much impressed with the
sand-asphalt roads. Mr. Neville was
quoted as saying: "As to your sand sand-asphalt
asphalt sand-asphalt roads, we believe you have
the solution of the road question for
This is very interesting in view of
the fact that the Dunnellon delega delegation
tion delegation to the recent convention here was
instructed to vote for brick roads. It
is more interesting because it is evi evidence
dence evidence that these gentlemen are
studying the road question. If every
Marion county citizen would study the
question, the road problem in Marion
county would soon be solved.
The Star suggests that the citizens
of this county write to the good
roads bureau cf the United States
department of agriculture and ask
for a copy of the department'3 bulle bulletin
tin bulletin cn "Highway Bonds."
DURATION AND RESULT
OF THE WAR
PROSPERITY IS REAL
Conditions in United States Are
Not Due to the War.
txport of Agricultural and Manufac
tured Products for Twenty Months
Prove This Statistics That
Baffle Republican Orators.
Shortly after the war began the
Manufacturers' Record editorially pre predicted
dicted predicted that it would last at least three
to four years, and gave the reason
therefor. We have never seen any jus justification
tification justification for' changing that view.
Without pretending to any gift of
prophecy, the Manufacturers' Record
would offer the following speculative
The European war will last two
Germany and Austria will not only
have to pay, as far as money can re repay,
pay, repay, all that the war has cost Belgium
and France, but Germany will lose
Alsace and Lorraine and possibly some
additional territory. Moreover, they
wil have to pay an indemnity of not
less' than ten billion dollars.
Constantinople will fall to Russia
and Turkey will be dismembered and
the Turkish power driven out of Eu
The Hohenzollern and Hapsburer
"Uncle Sam would be on easy street
financially and business would be
Dooming even if there had not been
the stimulus to trade arising out of
tne war in Europe," said Fred B
Lynch of Minnesota, in an interview,
"Figures show," continued Mr
Lynch, "that within the last 20 months
we nave exported $4,000,000,000 of
agricultural and manufactured prod products,
ucts, products, while in the same time the value
of war munitions experts make a to
tal of only $340.UOO,000. These, in-
mo eatiiiimg ngures-, out we
could cut out the value of the exporta
tions for the warring countries of Eu
rupe ana navr still a tremendous to
tal coming solel;- from the nation's in
uusiry ana natural wealth. Of course
our Republican friends are quick to
say that all this prosperity is due to
me extraordinary conditions' in Eu
qui tney are appealing to the
credulity of the people and will.
think, make very little headway with
those who take the pains to make a
"For a long while tho American peo
ple were told that they could not have
prosperity under Demccratic rule. A
lot of Republican orators made that
statement so often that no doubt they
got to believing it themselves. Tn
the face of the cold -statistics of to
day the Democrats can get back at
them very neatly, for It Is a condition
of prosperity and not a theory that
now stands revealed where even the
dullest man can see It for himself."
Truths About the Navy.
We know now when the decay of the
American navy set in under the
maleficent Influence of Secretary Dan Daniels
iels Daniels and the Democratic administra administration
tion administration as a whole. The report of the
general board of the navy, dealing
with our fall from second rank among
the fleets of the world, gives exact
dynasties will be blotted out, and the data. On the basis of 'dianiarAmt
men oi tnese iamuies wno at the close
of the war are living will probably be
imprisoned for life and perhaps some
of them may be executed
murder in the killing of the English XV' n J ?Biae- 1911
nurse and others will h, tn ? fd Ta? was President. Since it is
-M rf."-- T; e vaDle "t Mr. Roosevelt
x.uj, n,u. u.Cu uca. it, win men snouia have been responsible for the
be too late to appeal for mercy. They criminal neglect of our navy, it must
snowed no mercy, and we doubt if oe assumed that the loss of iwwmrt
any mercy will be shown them. The Place in 1909 occurred after March 4
leaders who took the sword in the 01 mat year- But, on the other hand.
oi snips built, and building, the
United States dropped behind Ger Germany
many Germany in 1909. On the basis of dis displacement
placement displacement of ships In commission we
xeii Denind In 1911. For cart of I9n?
. Koosevelt was nr
campaign to conquer Europe will
themselves peris! by the sword.
In the end Geraany will become a
republic and the good people of that
country will rebuild its prosperity and
a neet does not go to pieces in a
day. There are such things as naval
programs which must be drafted years
m advance. If, therefore, in 1909 our
navy nau to make way for German v'a
it must be that, for several years be-
what to eat question these warm v (
rayswith Uneeda Biscuit J
I the crisp, perfectlij balced soda I
rackeiv Eat them at ami
time, m any vaij, with
rM j m- y
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
HAfUua-DUNM JiraSOSfC liODGK
Marion-Dunn Lodee No. 19. F. A
A. M., meets on the first and thlrA
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
h. C. Webb, W. M.
Jake Brown, secretary. Ad
The Ocala Tenrole Lodcrs No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets everv Tuesdav
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle HalL west
OI COUltnouse. Visitinc members at
cordially invited to meet with us.
nate a. uoweii, M. K.
Lena Tompkins. M- E. C
OCALA LODGE NO. 285. B. P. O. E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meet
the second and fourth Duesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting 'breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofBce, east side.
R. S. Rogers, E. R.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KNIG11T8 OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers-. G. A. Nash, C. C.
Chas, K. Sage. K, of R. S. A
AUTO FOR HIRE
allu occn. w awue iw uie iore mat. tnere was nn tho moq
u vi.-u i t i i
uuxiurs which nave oeen orougnt upon vision or our national needs and du
militarism, and then friendship of becretary Daniels.- New York Sat-
European people will take the nlace uraay Evening Post,
of present hatred.
fM. a "m
xnese are suggested merely as
speculative predictions. Two years
hence we may be able to see how
nearly we forecasted the future.
ORDER OF EASTERN &TAR
JOHN F. PERRY
At Your Service Any Hour
DAY or NIGHT
Reasonable Prices Terms Cash
Residence Phone 52
. F. BALLINGER
Mr. F. W. Prewitt, who has been
city editor of the Gainesville Sun for
years, has left that position to take
another with the Plant City Courier.
Mr. Prewitt is an excellent newspaer
man and has done his full share to toward
ward toward making the Sun interesting. His
place on the Sun will be taken by
Oliver. J. Farmer, well known to the
people of this section for many years
as editor of the Bronson Times-Democrat.
Mr. Farmer headed his editor editorial
ial editorial items on the Bronson paper as 'One
Farmer's "Opinion," and they were
always bright and interesting. For
the last few years he has been a
traveling representative of the Times-Union.
The esteemed Catts doesn't think
much of high school girls that is, of
ccurse, with the exception of Ocala
high school girls. Being in Ocala he
was willing to allow that perhaps the
girls here were o. k., but he was sus suspicious
picious suspicious of those of Tampa, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Orlando and other places. Now,
if he brings up the subject in one of
those other towns he will admit that
its gh-ls are the real thing, but those
of Ocala are not what they should be.
Wonder what the esteemed Catts
Tin and Sheet Iron Roofing,
Cornice, Spouting, Skylights,
'Tanks and General Repair
Sheet Iron and Copper Work
Phone Yonge's Tin Shop 388 1 1
210 S. Osceola St. Ocala, Fla.
THE SPECIALTY SHOP
ALL SEPTEMBER MAGAZINES
NOW DUE, ARE ON SALE
COMPLETE LINE OF OFFICE
CIGARS, CIGARETTES AND
Are all New Stock :
A- E. GERIG
One Door .East of M. & C. National
Mr. John -F. Perry, an old citizen!
"Republican leaders" are quoted by
fho Mimit V-klr- frit
. -Vw uijv. xiuiea as naving no
iear tnat tne Chicago convention will
Vt v A. 9
uo tstampeaea ror anybody. "Such
exceeding care," they said, "has' been
iu uutaiu staid and un
emotional delegates, that the : con-
uiuua wia; do as near stamnede
ncx.ts at Yonge hall the second and
'ourth Thursday evenings of each
month at' 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Myrtle G. Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. t.uuan Simmons, Secy.
of Rochelle, is dead. Mr. Richard proof a3-a convention can possibly be
Perry of Reddick. was one of his snns. maae
- I A f x im
a siampeae proof convention. In
the opinion of the Republican leaders,
is one which will do what the old
guard leaders, from Massachusettn
Tulula Lodge No. 22. I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
F. E. McClane, N. G.
L. H. Pillans, Secretary.
THE VALUE OF ANYTHING
IS ACCORDING TO WHAT
Essunmec, Fla. "Tho vluo of any
medicine is according to what it accom-
Elishes for one in
afi health, and the
v .! -ie of Dr. Tierce's
i uionta PrescriD-
OHAPTEiJ NO. 15, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
New York, and Pennsylvania think la Chapter No. X3, R. A. M., on the
best to be done. Kansas City Star.
5 S-2 j.l tlO'l
. The Issue of Smartness.
The main trouble with the Repub
lican party is mat It has no prlnck
pies and no issues that relate to ac-
nun conaiuons or government, and
does not know where to find them
All the claim it can make to power
is the egotistical assertion that while
there may be no Dartv Irsiip
j : : ...n: i ,. ""
uuKai, rwuHing ucan8 are ipso facto smarter than
trorn cm'Ls. fever Tmnmto .r, i.
andatnie 1 r-ul vprv Zr uu6ul LU govern.
ESeSbito 17r ,CpP,SiJns.Pfrty.ever overturned a
work or pleasure. .uunai aammistratlon on ch a plat-
tutu, auu we uuuui ii one ever will.
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p. m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown, Sec'y.
WOODMEN OP THE WORLD
"jQKUl Pellets ismort!uui
'mjw',1 1 can state. I had
in an exceed
ingly run-down con-
Fort King Camp No. 14 mbets af
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second nd fourth Friday. v Vlsltln
nvereign? ,re always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, U- C
Chas- K. Saje. Clerk.
.. .,.. ,..,JW,,
r-- T imwl
III "iNew Tilings' at the Walk-Over Shop II
I -r ;
I -v MS
mm w i :
HI gj f MMMMMkMon. i 5
J Ivory Satine Top and Ivory Kid Vamp. 2-inch covered heel
1 Prtce $9.00
I Ocala Florida
FIRE BONDS TORNADO LIFE
Z PLATE GLASS ACCIDENT
! Estahlished 1914
ert O. Harries
YOUR BUSINESS SOLICITED
was so tu-ed that life itself
My stomach was deranccd. too. and annA-
ui ana me nerves were in snrh an
irritable shape that I could not stand any
on our farm would set mv norvfta nuiwr-
ing; and to make bad matters worse, I party to con
was in the 'change,' with much of the Roosevelt
serious, unpleasant and uncomfortable
features that occur at this precarious
nine oi a woman s lite. J he 'Favorite
PrescriDtion wils wLf.t T npv?pr?
what broucht the btr,t of ch
general nealtn. My liver and bowels were
Den exited bv vusiv.e the Pellets." rB
J. a. JtiicKs, ltaia-oad St.
Middle aged women aboit to emcri-
ence that dreaded
C 1... it.
piuui, uy me ex;-cncTi''e oi tnouans of
noble women v. ho have eone thron-h
Reveals a Sorry Condition.
xtepuDiican opportunists find noth-
ing improper In going outside their
consider the availahiHtv
mo uisrupier. or
Jjord the ingenious mugwumD.. but
41. w 1 J A M
mcj- toiuu not, oi course accent
the leadership of the man who leads
the opposition to Republicanism. Noth
ing must be done which would so ad
vertise present distress or so imperil
tne future existence of the party
Cleveland Plain Dealer.
Treatment of Walls.
If a molding Is liked from which to
hang the pictures that do so much to
make our rooms homelike, the best
height for the molding is in line with
the top of the doors. The modern idea
seems to be to bring the window wood woodwork
work woodwork to the floor by using a paneling
beneath the sill, and to carry the tops
of doors and windows to a fixed line -the
molding line. Thus the walls are
divided into rectangular spaces, and
the decorative effect of a good paper
Is enhanced. A plain paper has the
dignity of a panel when so used. I
We Have the Equipment and AMIifyj
To serve you as you ought to be servied, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for this is the only way we can accomplish
Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten
tional, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY!
Ocala Ice h PacMiig Co,
THE BEST LAXATIVE
Mclvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EUBUUERS
PHONES 47, 104 05
Take Rexall liver salts for that
tired, lazy feeling. Gerig's. tf
the same period with little or no paui,
uwsviy or niseoni on.
i: t j t- ..
i 'i. a i .-t .a ravu-TT-e j '.scnotion
and Ls wi iui- rvarly bO years just
me mrui.:i n is rot a r-vvt i n nscription,
scription, nscription, for ir..r-iT,:rtdiw.ts are printed
u-uie wrarTer; u s -n te. .pcrance meui-
To keep the bowels resmlar the best
laxative is outdoor exercise. Drink a
full glass of water half an hour be before
fore before breakfast and eat an abundance
of fruit and vegetables, also establish
The Wrong Cart?
-The New York Tribune, which came
out with such a whoop for Roosevelt
a few weeks ago, seems to have qui- a regular habit and be sure that your
ooweis move once each day. When
a medicine is needed take Chamber
o:i!y does it bu?M up the entire
etiy crept indoors again. At least it
is net whooping any more for the
Bull Moose chieftain not since the
Massachusetts primary, but has decid
-stem nrdmake it strong and vigorous TZaJi"..,- t0
ou-h to tkstand theorQis distur- fi.nd Ut w?ere n 13 at- Can it be
'nobutithtisa quitLi c-wct upon inai 11 13 oeginnmg to rear that the
' -. t i r- v 1 1 li' I ti it uimr.on lniA nj i l
ly is not a band wagon, but a tum
bril? Louisville Courier-JournaL
L C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral, Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocila, Fla.
CURE FOR CHOLERA MORBUS
"vvnen our little boy, now seven
years old, was a baby he was cured
of cholera morbus by Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy," 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
gladly endorse it as a remedy of ex
ceptional merit. Obtainable every
Iain's Tablets. They are Dleasant tn
take and mild and gentle in effect.
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Why the Rainbow Is Round.
The rainbow is round, partly be
cause the way in which light rays
come from the sun makes It round,
and partly, perhaps, because the little
drops of water it shows through are
themselves round. The rainbow really
snoum be a full circle, but we can see
only one bow-shaped half of it which
gives It its name, rainbow. From
Boys and Girls' Ask-at-Home Ques
tions, by Marian E, Bailey.
II YORK RETURN $35.00
Only Direct Lino 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. WEFJZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Ticket OSce, Pier 1, Foot of lib trty St, Jacksonville. Florida.
Try Bouquet Dozira
per ounce, a Gerig's.
Many Have Same Thought.
''When you think you could do what
another feller's doln a heap bettern
what he's doin' it." said Uncle Eben.
"remember dot a lot of other fellers
is thinkin de same thing about, what
The Hotel for Florida People
Fire Proof -JACKSONVILLE,
I Per Day
Every Room With Private Bath
OCALA EVENING STAR, 'MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1916
rcf 1 he Commercial Bank
CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
Stat?, County and Cily Depository.
M AS H'S MARKET..
ify raft ir
FRESH KEATS, POULTCY,
FISH AND OYSTERS
AH kinds Fresh Vegetable,
MOVING PICTURE FEATURES
"Cross Currents the Triangle Fine
Arts feature, in which Helen Ware
was seen here Saturday, is a convinc convincing
ing convincing and entertaining example of the
wrecked yacht-desert story. Helen
Ware is excellent. She acts with fine
Vivian Martin, in "The Stronger
Love," a Morosco Paramount photo photoplay
play photoplay of the Kentucky mountains, will
be seen at the Temple this afternoon
and tonight. The photography of the
picture is said to be exceptionally
fine. There are many beautiful
scenes of forest and mountain, with
I Vivian Martin, as Nell Serviss, a wild
flower of surpassing beauty, wading
through icy mountain streams and
running barefooted over rough rock rock-strewn
strewn rock-strewn ground.
Holbrook Blinn will be seen here
tomorow is "The Weakness of Man,"
a Brady-made feature.
Manager Bennett announces the
following Paramount features: Viv Vivian
ian Vivian Martin in "The Stronger Love,'
Aug. 21; Blanch Sweet in "Public
Opinion," Aug. 24; Owen Moore and
Margaret Courtot in "Rolling Stones,"
Aug. 28; Sessue Hayakawa and wife
in "The Honorable Friend," Aug. 31.
STOP THE BREED
You know that most insects that pester the life out of you .lay
eggs in the cracks and crevices, and when you kill the insects it is
but a question of a few days until thousands of others will appear.
FEN OLE USED WITH A SPRAYER penetrates every crack and
crevice, and KILLS THE YOUNG before they hatch. It is safe to
use, will not injure the most delicate fabric. Buy it- at the drug
stores, at your grocer, or hardware dealer.
Fenole is for sale in Ocala by Marion Hardware Co., Ollie Mordis,
Court Pharmacy, Tyding's Drug Co., Smith Grocery Co., Anti-Monopoly
FENOLE CHEMICAL COMPANY
1546 Franklin St TAMPA Phone 3625
Annual Mountain and Seashore Excursion
VIA :; ;:'.: -rv
L A N T I e AST L 0 RJ E
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Round Trip Rates from Ocala
Washington, D. C $21.35
' Norfolk, Va. .............. -$193
Round Trip Rates from Jacksonville
Wilmington, N. C. ........ $12.25 i Chattanooga, Tenn. ... .$14.00
Richmond, Va. ......... $19.35
Atlantic City, N. J. ........ $26.05
Monteagle, Tenn. $15.25
Mammoth Cave, Ky. ........$18.20
Lexington, N. C. $14.25
Winston-Salem, N. C. $14.25
.Hot Springs, Va ...$18.75
Roanoke, Va. .$16.50
TICKETS SOLD AUGUST 23rd LIMITED TO SEPTEMBER 8th
, 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.
MERCHANT & MINERS TRAtlSPOHTATIOil COfJPAIIY
Summer Tourist Fares
From Jacksonville to
New York and return.. .$35.00
Baltimore and return... 32.00
Philadelphia and return. .30.00
Washington and return.. 34.00
Savannah and return... 6.00
Boston and return. . $43.00
Providence and return ,.41.00
Blue Mountain and return 35.50
Atlantic City and return. 36.50
Asbury Park and return, 36.50
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. TV
Philadelphia August 24, September 3, 14, 24, at 4 p. m.
Steamships Suwannee and Somerset have staterooms de luxo 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, f oare or any information cheerfully furnished
on application. Ask for tour book.
Address Merchants & Miners Trans. Co., Jacksonville, Fla.
"UTC. AVERY, Agt. L. D. JONES, C. A. J. F. WARD, T. P. A.
Put an Ad. in the Star
The merging and smothering of tra traditional
ditional traditional Issues will give us a new kind
of campaign this year. Aside from
foreign policies and the policy of na national
tional national defense, we are likely to hear
tittle Indeed about Issues. The battle
will be fought over administration. If
the foreign questions and prepared preparedness
ness preparedness could be kept out of the contest
the country would benefit from the
campaign. For it would lay the busi business
ness business of government before the people
as they have never had a chance to
behold It. If some profit does not flow
out of the controversy, In the way of
better government, whether the Ins
stay In or the outs remain out, we
should be surprised. Toledo Blade.
Against Extension of Income Tax.
The administration will make no
mistake by avoiding any further ex extensions
tensions extensions of the income-tax operations
If possible. It would be better to sell
short-term bonds to meet the extraor extraordinary
dinary extraordinary expenses than to drag further
sums from personal or corporate In Incomes,
comes, Incomes, because both have been sub subjected
jected subjected to heavy drains since the be beginning
ginning beginning of the war.
We believe a continuance of the
sugar duty would be far less objec objectionable
tionable objectionable than extending the income income-tax
tax income-tax operations. The people would not
object to a bond sale to meet the ex extraordinary
traordinary extraordinary expenses Imposed by a
strengthening of the national defenses.
Looks Like a Boom Year.
Unless there should be serious dam damage
age damage to the crops before harvest time,
prosperity will continue in full swing
throughout the year, and it-will not be
surprising to see it at flood tide Just
about the time President Wilson's re reelection
election reelection Is well discounted In ? New
York's financial district No, presiden presidential
tial presidential campaigns do not always spell de depression,
pression, depression, and 1916 in particular will
be remembered as a solid boom year.
5 Roosevelt's Empty Words.
Why should., the colonel believe, as
he expressed ft at Detroit, that there
are certain things which should be
said at this time? The president has
said them already much better than
the colonel. Baltimore Sun.
Explaining the Attendance.
Attendance at the Republican con convention
vention convention In Chicago was larger 'than
ever" before. Of course. These are
Democratic times, and 1, everyone,
though ruined, has money to spend.
Horse, cow and poultry feed, corn,
oats, hay and sweet feed. Ocala
Seed Store. 8-1-tf,
W. K. LANE, M. D, "Prysiclan and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Law Library Building, Ocala,
or the Thirsty to Remember"
Everybody knows it
by its name
Sold only in the original steril sterilized
ized sterilized bottle with the label on it,
at Soda Founts and other Re
If You Have any News for this De Department
partment Department Call Up Five-One-Y
Nearly all the ladies interested in
the Ocala library are opposed to the
move in the council to reduce the li librarian's
brarian's librarian's salary. A smaller salary
might be just for one new to the posi position,
tion, position, but it should be taken into con consideration
sideration consideration that Miss Lou Gamsby has
in the past dozen years done a great
deal of work without pay and for no
other reason than her love of the in institution.
stitution. institution. Her friends think her de
votion to a good cause should have
In honor of Mr. Morris Smith, who
was here for the week-end, Mrs. D. M.
Smith entertained a number of his
friends Saturday evening. Auction
was played in the summer house and
was enjoyed by all. Refreshments
were afterwards served. .Mr. Thomas
McGuire won first prize, a box of
Nunnally's candy. The guests were
Misses Alice Bullock, Marion and
Hester Dewey, Adele Bittinger and
Messrs. Edward Green, Thomas Mc McGuire
Guire McGuire and Reginald Hamilton. Mrs.
Smith made a lovely bower, with
flowers, vines and electric lights, of
the summer house, and it proved a
most enjoyable place to spend the
Mr. and Irs. S. T. Sistrunk, Mrs.
Emily Green and Mr. Edwin Green
had a pleasant motor trip to Weirs-
dale Sunday afternoon. They stopped
at Mr. T. B. Snook's place and ad admired,
mired, admired, among other things, his mango
trees and guava orchards. Mangoes
are not very numerous in this lati latitude,
tude, latitude, but Mr. Snook is having great
success with them, and has shipped
many boxes of the fruit He is also
very successful with guava s, and has
shipped great quantities of the fruit
this season. A notable product of Mr.
Snook's place is the olive trees. These
have grown from stock brought from
Europe years ago, and have expanded
into large trees. They are the only
olive trees, so far as the Star knows,
in Marion county. The original stock
was brought over by Major Rook of
Mrs. W. S. Bullock has been quite
sick for several days, but is much bet better
ter better today.
Miss Marguerite Porter is expected
home from Gainesville this afternoon.
Mrs. Kate Thornton of Birming Birmingham,
ham, Birmingham, Ala., and Miss Helena Wade of
Jacksonville, will arrive tomorrow to
spend several weeks as the guests of
Mrs. E. A. Osborne at her beautiful
home on Lake Weir avenue. Miss
Wade arid her mother will be pleas pleasantly
antly pleasantly remembered as guests of Mrs.
Osborne during the last county fair
season, when they made many friends
Miss Luvy Lee Schoeflin, who has
been spending the past few months
with her aunt, Mrs. Port V. Leaven-
good at her home on South Sanchez
street returned to her home in Tam
Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Rivers are
home from a week-end visit to Alach
Mrs. S. G. Moyers and children and
Miss Meta Jewett are having a most
pleasant outing at Saluda, N. C. Mr.
Moyers joined his family from Tulsa,
Okla., last week.
Mrs. R. A. Green left Jacksonville
last week to join Mr. Green in Illin Illinois.
ois. Illinois. Mrs. Green has been in attend attendance
ance attendance on her daughter, Mrs. J. W. An Anderson,
derson, Anderson, who has been very ill, but has
now almost recovered her health.
m m m
Mr. and Mrs, R. E. Yonge, Mr. and
Mrs. L. E. Yonce and Mrs. Lester
Lucas, who spent a-week in a cottage
at Dayton Beach, returned home yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon. The party went
and returned in Mr. Yonge's Max Maxwell
well Maxwell car and were only seven hours
returning via DeLand and Leesburg.
The automobile is certainly a revolu revolu-tionizer
tionizer revolu-tionizer of travel and convenience. In
the old way to go to Daytona, in ad addition
dition addition to the expensive railroad fare
for a party of five, there were half
a dozen railroad changes and then a
long bus ride across the bridge at
Daytona to the beach and an entire
day was consumed by the trip. Now
an auto party of five to seven can go
in an automobile in from seven to
eight hours, without getting out of
their seats, cool and in comfort, at a
cost of less than two dollars for the
Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Cook and
children left Saturday afternoon for a
two weeks visit to their former home
on the East Coast. They will spend
a portion of the time at West Palm
Beach with Mr. Cook's parents and
will visit other places between that
city and Miami during their absence.
Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Galloway are
spending the summer at their farm
just east of Moss Bluff.
Mr. J. B. Carlisle Jr., manager of
the Dunnellon Supply House, spent
Sunday with his realtives in the city.
Mrs. Carlisle, who is visiting her par parents
ents parents at Fort McCoy, will join her hus husband
band husband in Dunnellon in a few days.
The members of the K. of P. and
Pythian Sisters are looking forward
ummer clearance Money Sa?
". lj 1 H i
O buy at this sale is like picking
dollars off the trees.
We mention a few of the items be below,
low, below, but the counters are loaded
with all kinds of valuable merchan merchan-dise.
dise. merchan-dise. Come and see for yourself.
A Few Of The Bargains That Will Be Offered
One lot Colored Voils, Lawns 1 1
One lot 36-in. wide Long
Cloth, 18c value, at r IL2 c
One lot 36-in. wide Long Cloth
15c value at
One lot 29-in. wide India Lawn
10c value .at
Not over 12 yards of the above
three items to a customer.
One lot Colored Lawns, 10c
and 12 l-2c values at
etc., 25c values, at
One lot Colored Voils, Lawns iL iL-etc.,
etc., iL-etc., 25c to 35c values, at 10C
One lot Striped Seersucker and
Ripplettes at 1UC
One lot Colored Ratines, worth 21 n
from 50c to $1.25 at UlC
One lot Torchon Laces, etc., 5c 2 2-to
to 2-to 8c values at- 3C
All ladies' and Men's Bathing Suits at about Halt Price.
All ladies' Summer Dresses and Skirts at Half Price.
One lot Embroideries, 10c to 25c
values at ... ... 1
One lot Ladies and Misses lZn
Blouses, ?1 to $1.50 value- ItJL
One lot Ladies1 Waists, $1.00
One lot Ladies' Waists, $1.00, OC
and $1.50 values 00 v
One lot Ladies Ribbed Union Suits
"Merode" make, open and closed,
all sizes, 50c and 60c values if
One lot same make, 75c value,
Big line of Ladies' Muslin Under Underwear
wear Underwear consisting of Gowns, Corset
Cavers.Drawers, Eivalops Chemise,
etc., at greatly reduced prices.
One lot Ladies' Patent Leather
Pumps, all good styles. C? 'IE
$3.50 -values, at.... $L.Lv
One lot Ladies' White Canvass Low
Shoes, all new styles, worth Gf C
from $1.50 to $2.25.. .... tpLlt)
One Jot Men's Shirts, worth $1,
One lot Men's Sport.Shirtsi 50c
Don't Fail to Visit this Sale
to the K. of P. excursion on Silver
river and picnic at Delk's Bluff Thurs Thursday
day Thursday with pleasant anticipation. The
knights expect to be accompanied by
their families and the occasion will
be one of the most enjoyable from a
The Ocala schools will open Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Sept. 25, which is five weeks from
Mr. Julius Brown reached Ocala
Saturday afternoon from Valparaiso,
111., where he has been attending col college
lege college and will spend his vacation with
his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Brown.
Julius is one of Ocala's most clever
boys and has been much missed dur during
ing during this unusually dull summer.
Mrs. A. P. Gilmore and children
have returned from a visit to relatives
Mrs. L. N. Green and children have
returned from a very pleasant visit to
Mrs. Green's old home in Washington,
Mr. and Mrs. T.' RV Johnson have
returned from their trip to Salt
Mrs. W. B. Newbern and children,
who have been here on a visit to Mrs.
Newbern's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
Y. Miller, have returned to their
home at Maxville.
Mrs. G. F. McRae and son Don left
yesterday for a visit to friends in
Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Fraser have
sustained one of the world's most
ncble works by adopting as their
daughter a little girl from the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville orphanage.
Mr. Garland Upchurch of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, is the guest of his aunt, Mrs.
Harry Holcombe, at her home on Fort
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rouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled.
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Phones 43876 Ocala, Fla.
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FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 13, 1916
MONDAY, AUGUST 21, 1916
SOME GOOD SPORT
K. of P. meet tonight.
Elks meet tomorrow night.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
The new signs on the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank windows ars among
the most artistic of their kind.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Mr.' Stiles, wife and son of the Ocala
House went to Tampa today.
Dr. Eoney was among the Ocala peo people
ple people to go to Tampa today.
The Evening Star may always be
found on' sale 'at Gerig's News Store.
Mr. Peyton Bailey of the 'Maxwell
agency spent today in Tampa.
We give prescription work prompt
attention- and what the doctor orders
you get. The Court Pharmacy, tf
A card received this afternoon by a
friend in Ocala from Messrs. William
Hocker and Thurston Drake, his
brother-in-law,, in Colorado, has a pic
ture of those gentlemen standing at
each end of a string of game that
might well turn the head of a less
seasoned sportsman. There were a
dozen fine mountain trout and 25
specimens of mountain grouse, or
prairie hens, the result .of a day witn
rod and gun near their camp.
Mr. Dillard, the expert tailor from
Isaac Hamberger & Sons, Baltimore,
will be at Helvenston's store on the
23rd, 24th and 25th, with an exhibit
of the latest fashions in woolens for
fall and winter suits. An elegant line
of samples. Call in and see them 2t
Bean seed and multiplying
sets. Bitting & Co.
Mr. J. J. Gerig has bone to Boston
to attend the Rexall convention. He
will be gone about lOdays.
The jitney's being off the job, Van
Boney and John Needham had all
they could do carrying people to and
from the Springs Sunday afternoon.
Fifty cents was a very reasonable
price for the round trip in one of their
swift and easy riding cars.
We carry a full line of Thermos fill fillers.
ers. fillers. The Court Pjharmacy. tf
Mr. Johnson, the photographer,
with a friend will be welcome to the
courtesies of bottled Coca-Cola, at
the expense o fthi scompany ,i fthey
will call at the Cam-Thomas Com
pany's store and present this notice.
The Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
Mr. Dillard, the expert tailor from
Isaac Hamberger & Sons, Baltimore,
will be at Helvenston'3 store on the
23rd, 24th and 25th, with an exhibit
of the latest fashions in woolens for
fall and winter suits. An elegant line
of samples. Call in and see them 2t
It was reported here yesterday that
Ocala had quarantined against Tam
pa on account of infantile paralysis.
The Star would advise its readers to
disbelieve all such reports. There has
been no quarantine and one of our
best posted physicians says he doesn't
believe there is a case of infantile
paralysis in the state.
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract, $2 per
ounce. Gerig's. tf
We carry a
full line of Newport
A broken Thermos bottle is no
good bring it to. us and we will make
it "as good as new." The Court
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R. Carroll.
Mr. N. R. Herrick, of Eustis, came
up yesterday and bought a Maxwell
touring car from the Maxwell dis distributor,
tributor, distributor, R. R. Carroll, and drove
home in it. Mr. iierricK will repre
sent the Maxwell agency at Eustis in
Lake County, for Mr. Carroll.
Please don't forget that we carry
the famous NORRIS candies, tne best
made. Fresh each week. The Court
Mr. J. D. Rooney, sales manager
for the Florida Soft Phosphate &
Lime Company, has returned from a
farmers meeting at Bunnell, between
Hastings and Daytona. Mr. Rooney
also paid a short visit to Daytona
Beach and laved his plump form in
the ocean. Mr. Rooney made the
trip in his Maxwell car, in which he
goes all over the state.
Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,
for lall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
The K. of P. have been trying to
induce Frank Wetherbee, that famous
fisherman, to go down the river and
catch fish for the K. of P. picnic, at
Delk's Bluff, but Frank has joined
the don't worry club and is shy about
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R. Carroll.
Mr. R. L. Turner, of Inverness,
state inspector of schols, was in town
yesterday on his way home to Inver Inverness
ness Inverness from a visit to South Florida
Suckers are very scarce, ajid our
local sports are reduced to winning
each other's Kttle rolls. As anyone
of them can tell by looking at an another's
other's another's eyes about what sort of a
hand he holds, poker games these
days are not very interesting.
and flower seed
Bitting Co., 410
MAXWELL Touring Cars (60-inch
TREAD) now 'in stock at Ocala ready
for delivery. R. R. Carroll.
Something over 700 people left
Ocala this morning at 7 o'clock for
Tampa on the excursion train operat operated
ed operated by the Seaboard Air' Line railroad.
John Boisseau, city ticket agent for
the Seaboard, sold 693 tickets to
Tampa, and many boarded the train
of ten coaches without tickets. Over
125 whites took advantage of the rate
to the Gulf City.
Anyone intending to attend the Sil
ver Springs picnic of the Knights of
Pythias next Thursday with no trans-
Dortation arrangements to the
springs, should notify one of the mem members
bers members of the committee on arrange
ments, Jake Brown, D. W. Tompkins
or F. E. Wetherbee, who will see to it
that all get there.
One good thing about the Atlantic
Coast Line is that it has such an ex
cellent schedule for Ocala boys who
may have inspirations to the north of
here. A young man can leave Ocala
on No. 40, reach his best girl's home
at Gainesville, or any place between,
spend a pleasant afternoon and return
on No. 9. If she lives north of
Gainesville and "south of Raiford, he
can go up on No. 10 in the morning
and have a lovely half a day.
LIST OF MAGAZINES
AT THE LIBRARY
A. C L. SCHEDULE
. 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.' Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. n.
No. -. 10, Lee3burg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 1 51, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesdaj and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jim
jim (Sunny-jim ) Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 6:40 a. m. v
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
, No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson-1
rille, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosaesa to Ocala, 1:05
p.' m. .v .;.
No. 49, Ocaia to Bomosassa, .2:25
p. m. :
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 (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), i"uesday, Thursday and Satur
day, if 60 p. m.
ror a tftmeroua trial turi of tht vrpnhon9l innth nt i
md your dealer's name to Vivaudou, Dept. ft. Timet Building, New York. N.
THE PROPER WORD
"Is aviation expensive?"
"Yes; the upkeep Is quite consider
A n?w shipment of Crane's station station-er
er station-er Just in all styles. The Court
Following is a list of magazines to i
be read at the library when it is open:
Scientific American, Collier's. Sat
urday Evening Post, Country Gentle
man, Literary Digest, Review of Re Reviews,
views, Reviews, Popular Mechanics, The Out
look, Scribner's, Harper's, Century,
Bookman, St. Nicholas, Little Folks,
American, Youths Companion, Ameri
can Boy, Woman's Home Companion,
Delineator Ladies' v World, Ladies'
Home Journal, Pictorial Review, Mod
ern Priscilla, The Musician,- Garden
Magazine, McClure's, Everybody's,
National Geographical Magazine, Cur
rent Opinion, Physical Culture, Good
Oldbatch How does it seem to be
blessed with a wife?
Longwed I don't know. I'm merely
"Dobbs says he thinks his wife could
easily learn to swim."
"Because she's a good kicker."
GALA SOCIAL IB
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You Have any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Up Five-One-Y
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Miss Lola Raysor and Miss Elsa
Schneider, both of Ocala, will be
members of the Arcadia high school
faculty this year. The Arcadia En
terprise has the following to say of
Miss Raysor: "Miss Lola Raysor is a
graduate of Converse College, Spar Spartanburg,
tanburg, Spartanburg, S. C, an A. B. degree grad graduate
uate graduate of Vassar and a graduate of Co-
umbia University, New York City.
Miss Raysor was a teacher in the
teacher of English and Spanish in the
high school, El Paso, Texas, and has
held responsible poistions m the
schools of Mexico City and in Ancon.
A leading educational authority in
speaking of Miss Raysor says, Mis3
Lola Raysor is a young women of
strength of character, easily holds the
good will of patrons and pupils and
her standards are high. Her scholar-
snip is tnorougn. .tier appearance.
manners, habits and general culture
are all that could be wished.'"
The many friends of Miss Gene
vieve Spier will be glad to learn that
she will return to Perry the first of
the week and will begin the organiza
tion of her music class for the fall
and winter months. Miss Spier is not
only an excellent teacher but she will
be welcomed back to the musical and
social circles of the city of .which, she
was a popular member. Perry Her
Miss Spier is a niece of Mrs. E. M.
Osborn and spent part of the summer
with her aunt in this city.
Miss Kathleen Chandler of Way
cross, Ga., who has been the much
admired cuest of her aunt, Mrs. R. H
Purdom at the Arms House for the
past six weeks, returned home this
Mrs. Mills-Price and little daughter
are expected tomorrow" from Boston
to spend the fall and winter with Mrs
Price's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Lancaster have
moved from South Fourth street to
the corner of North Main and Jeffer
Mr. and Mrs. Harmon Luff man lef
yesterday for a vacation at Palmetto
Miss Lois Dame underwent an op operation
eration operation for the purpose of having her
tonsils removed yesterday, the opera
tion taking place at the Morrell Mem
orial hospital. Miss -Dame is getting
along nicely. Lakeland Telegram.
Miss Dame expects to go in a week
or two to Chattanooga, for a visit to
her uncle, Mr. Will Stone and family
She may stop to visit her sister, Mrs
H. W. Tucker, on the .way.
Mrs. J. S. Jewett and two attrac
tive children, little Misses Margaret
and Naif Jewett, who have been
spending some time in Birmingham,
Ala where they visited Mrs. Jew
ett's mother, Mrs. Ansley, have re
turned to Lakeland. Lakeland Tele
FOR SALE Used refrigerator, gas
stove, 2 kitchen tables,-kitchen chairs,
garden hose, window shades, baby
carriage, etc. Call at 231 "E. Second
"I understand that your new opera
has very catchy music,"
"Well, most of it's being 'hooked.'
THE PREVAILING FADS
"Life is not all beer arid skittles.
"No; a good part of it Is devoted to
afternoon tea and bridge."
Try Bouquet Dozira perfume, $2
pfx ounce, a Gerig's. tf.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
WANTED Four or five room fur furnished
nished furnished bungalow or cottage by man
"V iv viuiuiH nuuicas mjt
rnr Star tVoct 913f
rvjti ine Deautiiui ten acre
tract on the hill two miles out, on the
north side of the Silver Springs boule
vard; fenced, cleared, some orange
and other fruit trees, elegant shade
trees and a deep drilled well. If in
terested, call at Star office. 15-tf
GILL NET LOST Between Ocala
and Salt Springs, Friday, night, one
fifty-yard gill net. Finder will please
return to &tar omce ana receive re
MONEY TO LOAN without security
would attract your attention; then
why not save your clothing by having
it cleaned by experts? J. T. Clayton,
phone 13. 8-6t
iUJt SALJwjtove wood, seasoned
pine and cypress, a large load for a
dollar. Phone 223. Prompt delivery,
Welch Lumber Co. -8-5-tf
New Ocala House
LUNCH ROOM and
A la Carte Service
We solicit your patronage and
promise you the best the mark-
et 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
AUTO REPAIR SHOP
410 N. Orange Street
We Have Shock Absorbers
and Repiar Parts For
I Ford Cars
INNER TUBES VULCANIZED!
FOR RENT A two-story house with
all modern conveniences; in two blocks
of the square. Apply to Dr. Walter
FOR RENT A well located cottage
of five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap
ply to R. R. Carroll, Star office. tf
The registration books for distric
one (Ocala) will be open for registra
tion from Wednesday noon to Satur
day noon of each week from the first
Monday in August until the second
Saturday in October, 1916. If you
have never registered in Marion
county this is your chance.
D. M. Barco,
mon-tf Supervisor of Registration.
HAVING 1 ROUBLE r
WITH YOUR CAR i
Then bring it to me. Remedying
automobile troubles is' my business.
Honest, efficient service; you pay f oi
ine time put in on your car only.
a. Bouvier, Anthony road, phone
393, Ocala, Fla, ; 6-9-16-tf
SEABOARD LOCAL SCHEDULE
JNo. y Leaves Jacksonville 1:3a p,
m.; Ocala 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa
7:50 p. m.
iNo. l .Leaves Jacksonville :30 p,
m.; Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9 :15
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 8:05 p. m.
xso. iu leaves Tampa l p. in.;
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville
7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack
sonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
I p. m.; arives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
"I am bothered with liver trouble
about twice a year," writes Joe Ding
man, -Webster City, Iowa. UI had
pains in my side and back and an aw
ful soreness in my stomach. I heard
of Chamberlain's Tablets and tried
them. By the time I had used half
a bottle of them I was feeling fine and
had no signs of pain." Obtainable
STAN DING COMMITTEES
OF THE CITT CO UNCI!
Finance D. W. Tompkins, chair chairman;
man; chairman; 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. Mclver, chairman; D.
W. Tompkins, W.' A. Knight.
Fire J. J. Gerij?, chairman; J M.
Meffert, G. "Nash.
Police W. A. Knight, chairman; G.
A. Nash, H. M. Weathers.
Market H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; 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 Meffert.
fert. Meffert. Building H. M. Weathers, chair chairman;
man; chairman; H. A. Fausett, D. E. Mclver.
JUST THE THING
"About two years ago I had a severe
attack of diarrhoea which lasted over
a week," writes W. C. Jones, Burford,
N. D. "I became so weak that I could
not stand upright. A druggist recom recommended
mended recommended Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera
and Diarrhoea Remedy. The first dose
relieved me and within two days I was
as well as ever." Many druggists rec recommend
ommend recommend this remedy because they
know that it is reliable. Obtainable
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' V PRACTICAL
; CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Cor
tract work. Gives More and Bettei
v7?rk for the Money, than Any Othet
kntractoi in the tt.
in 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
Teams for Rent light and Heavy Hauling Moving, PatMsl
Phone .. 2
Broadway and Fourteenth Street
New York City
A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient American Plan, $2 per Day and uj
ana tiomeuKe uotei on both Amer- European Plant, $1 per Day and u
ican ana European nans.
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
CHURCHILL &J COFVfPAFJY
FINEST AND QUICKEST TRAIN OPERATED ENTIRELY
THE STATE OF FLORIDA ALL THE YEAR
SEABOAEIP MM LIME
The Progressive Railway of the South"
1:35 p. m. Lv. ." .Jacksonville
4:30 p.m. Ar. ..Oca a ..
6:21 p.m. Ar. .. ...........Dade City ..
7:06 p.m. Ar. .. Plant City
7:50 p.m. Ar. ....Tampa.,
St. Peter iburg
SOLID STEEL COACHES
OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS
Ar. 7:15 p.i
...Lv. 4:10 p.
Lv. 2:24 p. i
....Lv. 1:40 p.
....Lv. 1:00 p.r;
............ Lv. 10:15 a.
BROILER DINING CAE
Start your vacation by using this superb train. Summer toruist rati
on sale daily; return limit October31st. If you're going away ASK f?
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. & T. A G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. G. P. A
Phone 129, Ocala, Florida Jacksonville, Florii
MAXWELL TOURiWG CA1
In Stock in Ocala for
Ask for a Demonstration
Remember, too, that they are
and, just as important,
that I carry in stock in Ocala,
for my cars, the price on same being lower
than thosft for nnv other Antomnhilft
EASY TERMS, IF DESD2ED