Generally fair "tonight and Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. Somewhat cooler tonight in cen cents
ts cents al and northeast portions.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1916
VOL 22 NO. 32
Jl li ii
Entire Dobrudja About to Fall
STRUGGLE 01! THE SOMME AHD
General MacKenzen's forces in the
Dobrudja are pressing the retreating
Russo-Rumanian army hard. Sofia
reported this army in precipitate
flight toward the Danube. Petrograd
admitted a retirement of more than
forty miles north of the Constanza Constanza-Tchnernavoda
Tchnernavoda Constanza-Tchnernavoda railway. Berlin said
the Teutonic forces had reached the
Hirsova district, about forty miles
north of Tchernavoda.
The Entente forces resisting the
Teutonic drive from the northwest ap apparently
parently apparently were more 'successful. Pet Petrograd
rograd Petrograd said the Rumanians on the
Moldavian frontier captured another
village and an important height.
Berlin said Gen. Von Falkenhayn's
forces farther south continued their
advance in the direction of Campulung
and below Predeal. ;
Paris announced the French advanc advanced
ed advanced west and south of Fort Vaux on the
Verdun front last night, closing in
closer on this stronghold. All coun counter
ter counter attacks 'against Fort Douaumont
were repulsed. Berlin declared the
French attack east of Fort Douau Douaumont
mont Douaumont failed with heavy losses.
On the Somme front Berlin an announced
nounced announced the breaking up by German
artillery of a French attack being pre prepared
pared prepared in the Fresnes-Mazancourt-Chaulnes
sector south of the river.
In Volhynia and elsewhere along the
Russian front the Germans reported
the repulse of Russian attacks.
A NEW LINE ESTABLISHED
Petrograd, Oct. 27. The Russo Russo-Rumanian
Rumanian Russo-Rumanian forces in the Dobrudja are
"retiring to the north of a line between
Hirsova and Casapkeui, according to
an official statement, but. are stub stubbornly
bornly stubbornly resisting the Teutonic advance.
The new line is between forty and
sixty miles north of the Tcheriiavoda Tcheriiavoda-Constanza
Constanza Tcheriiavoda-Constanza railroad. Teutonic forces
are attacking aloag the entire Dob Dobrudja
rudja Dobrudja line, said the statement.
BY THE TIMES
Mrs. A. Tweedy, secretary of the
Marion County Fair Association sends
the Tiroes a complimentary ticket to
the ninth annual fair, which will be
held at Ocala, November 28 to Dec.
1 inclusive. We acknowledge the
courtesy and we hope that the fair
will -be as Mrs, Tweedy says, "more
inspiring, entertaining 5 and progres progressive
sive progressive than ever before." The prospects
for exhibits, it is said, both in quan quantity
tity quantity and $uality, were never better.
St. Petersburg Times.
Shady, Oct. 26. -Jack Frost was
abroad Saturday night, nipping the
ears off all who were out when honest
people should have been in bed,
blighting young truck and when this
writer arose Sunday morning we did
wish the cook had some good fresh
sausage for breakfast.
One thing we hope Jack Frost kill killed
ed killed is these little pesky malarial
germs that are causing chills and
fever, sore eyes and laziness, in our
midst Here's hoping after this we
can keep step as lively to the frosty
feeling in the air as to the most en enchanting
chanting enchanting dance music. We are need needing
ing needing rain badly and tho all' the good
old signs have failed lately we are
trusting the change in the moon to
day and believing we are to have a
young flood. Here's hoping.
Shady has lost one of her prettiest
girls since Miss Bonnie Purvis left
us Monday to stay in Ocala with her
aunt and be nearer school.
Mr. Dewey Albertson was over
from DeLand last week to visit his
sister, Miss Louise Albeon. Dewey
thinks Shady is great ami we hope to
see him here often.
Rev. Bunyan Stephens came out
with Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood, Mrs.
Stephens tnd Mrs. Jackson: Sunday
afternoon and preached to a com
fortably full house.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Wiggins spent
VERDUfI FRONTS GOES Ofl FIERCELY, BUT WITHOUT ANY
PRESIDENT '.OUH vWILL HET0HII TO SHADOW
ffll FROM THE WEST THIS EVEIIIIIG
Grafton, West Va., Oct. 27. Jres-
ident Wilson, en route from Cincin
nati to Long Branch, made several
brief stops in West Virginia and
Maryland to shake hands with people
ta the stations. He is due at Shadow
Lawn at ten o'clock tonight. This is
his last middle western trip ; before
FELT III AMERICA
Boosts the Price of Wheat Today to
$1.86 Per Bushel
Chicago, Oct.' 27. Wheat rose to
$1.86 at the close, passing Wednes
day's high record. News that the
Argentine drought was not broken
caused the rise.
Sunday with Mr. Sam Redding and
family and attended preaching.
Mr. Sam Christian, accompanied
by Misses Mabel Aiken- and Dovie
Gates, motored out to Spring Hill
Tuesday and spent the evening very
pleasantly with Miss Albertson play playing
ing playing rook.
A few of the young folks attended
the dance at Oxford Friday night.
Miss Mary Gaskins visited her sis
ter, Mrs. Bennett Johnson at York
Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. H. W. Douglas went to Mar
tin Saturday to spend a few days with
his daughter, Mrs. J. J. Knoblock and
Prof. Brinson visited the school at
Shady Friday. He gave our school a
good talk and among other things
stressed the advantages of a t sub sub-school
school sub-school district. A good bit of inter interest
est interest has been around in regard to this.
, Berlin reminds us of a, story we
heard once. A man had a good coon
dog and two pups he was anxious, to
train. He went out hunting one eve evening
ning evening and the old dog treed a coon and
the pups made much to do over it
also. The man came up with his gun
and shot the coon, .whereupon the old
dog told the pups to "come away now,
we've got him." Be ; a good sport,
Berlin, and fess up that you saw that
hard road coming down the pike be before
fore before you cast such a big vote against
county division. And again, do you
think if we paid t our. little over overworked
worked overworked teacher more salary she could
do more work? When a cup is full
can you make it fuller? She is doing
her very best, which just now amounts
to the work of two ordinary teachers.
The box supper Friday night at the
school house was a great big success
every way. Socially it was every everything
thing everything desirable and financially it was
good. No great stack of money was
taken in, but the main object ; for
which it was given was realized and
some cash left m the treasury. Sick-
( Concluded on Fourth Page)
Into Hands of
HI THE DOG
Minority Members of the State Dem Dem-,
, Dem-, ocratic Committee will Hold
a Meeting Tomorrow
Jacksonville, Oct. 27. Minority
members of the state democratic ex
ecutive committee, who support Catts
for governor, will meet here tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. It was stated they were ready
to criticise the majority for declaring
Knott the party nominee and demand
an accounting of the committee's
MEETING OF AN
,Mr. A. P. Anthony, president of the
Peoples Bank of Jacksonville, Mr. H.
H. Root, vice president of the Bank of
Plant City, are in the city today and
with Mr. Z. C. Chambliss, chairman,
held a meeting of .the agricultural
committee of the State Bankers As Association,
sociation, Association, at the Commercial Club at
2 o'clock this afternoon.
. These gentlemen met here with" the
object of furthering the work begun
at the- state association meeting, in
Daytona. Part of the committee's
work is the establishing of the boys'
pig clubs and cattle tick eradication.
Some of the fruits of the agricultural
committee's work may be seen in Ma Marion
rion Marion county, where the boys' pig club
has already obtained 48 fine brood
sows which have farrowed over 100
The committee had a successful
meeting and some of the ideas ad advanced
vanced advanced will bring forth results of
great value to the state.
MRS. ETHEL A YER STADLER
Many friends in Ocala and Marion
county will be saddened to learn of
the death of Mrs. Stadler, wife of Dr.
Stadler of -Greenville, Ala, who died
yesterday at her home at the age of
38 years. ;;;- V:;-..,
Mrs. Stadler as Miss Ethel Ayer
was well known as the daughter of
the late Dr." Louis i Ayer J., of North
Lake Weir, where she spent her child childhood.
hood. childhood. She was happily married sev
eral years ago, and leaves beside her
husband, five young children, the old
est eight years old.
Mrs. Stadler was a niece of Mr. Al
fred Ayer of this city.
PREACHING IN NORTH OCALA
Rev.. W. H. Coleman will preach
hi the North Ocala church at 3 o'clock
Sunday afternoon. -' All are cordially
invited to attend the services.
SKIiil 1 C1IL
: TiHWT SEBVICE
Attack of the Teuton Destroy Destroy-ers
ers Destroy-ers However Was Driven Off
London, Oct. 27. Ten German de destroyers
stroyers destroyers attempted to raid the British
cross channel transport service last
night, the admiralty announced. Two
German destroyers were sunk, The
British destroyer Flirt is missing and
the Nubian was disabled by a torpedo.
Nine of the Flirt's crew were saved.
WILL BE IN THE
America, Says President Wilson, Will
Find it Impossible to Keep Out
(Associated Press) -Cincinnati,
Oct. 27. In discussing
the relations of the United States to
the European war, in an address
here yesterday- President Wilson de
clared that this was the last war that
involves the the world that the United
States can keep out of. He gave as
his reasons for this, his belief that the
business of neutrality is over and that
the war now has such a scale that the
positions of neutrals, sooner or later,
becomes intolerable. He added that
the nations of the world must get to
gether and say that nobody can pre-
fer to be' neutral-as Tespects the dis disturbance
turbance disturbance of the world's t peace for an
object, which the world's opinion can
not sanction. i a
After denying the Republican claim
that the business prosperity of the
United States the past two years had
been due to the war, the president
ridiculed the predictions that j. after
the war Europe would overwhelm the
United States by its economic
strength, and dump on the United
States goods which, are now being
stored for that purpose.
FLORIDA BOYS ON
(Plant City Courier)
Camp Florida, Laredo, Texas, Oct.s
19. Under command of Colonel Al Albert
bert Albert H. Blanding, of the Second Flor Florida
ida Florida Infantry, who is serving as com commander
mander commander of the Third Brigade in the
absence of ; Colonel Slocum, the Bri Brigade
gade Brigade left this morning at seven-thirty
o'clock for a practice march of
twelve miles through cactus fields,
mesquite brush, alkali dust and Rio
Grande mud, a combination which
would be hard to beat in testing the
staying qualities and marching effic
iency of a body of troops. The Bri
gade is composed of the Second
Florida infantry, the Second New
Hampshire infantry, with the Ninth
U. S. infantry attached.
The march will be "somewhere out
on the border," assuming the line of
march followed in active campaign,
with full Brigade complement, includ
ing, a -convoy and a wagon train for
each regiment. -' Although the march
is for practice and instruction, each
battalion wagon carries a case ( 12, 12,-000
000 12,-000 rounds) of ball cartridge rifle am ammunition,
munition, ammunition, conveniently placed on the
wagon for quick access and distribu
tion J in case an emergency should
arise, such as an attack from a mar marauding
auding marauding band or the troops being fir
ed upon by snipers or a detachment
of Mexican bandits. It is not 'con
templated that it will be necessary to
bring the ammunition into use, but
the lesson of preparedness has been
learned long since here in this uncer uncertain
tain uncertain and treacherous country, and on
all occasions of a body of troops go going,
ing, going, any distance from the camp a
plentiful supply of ammunition is car carried
ried carried along. In the absence of any
special maneuvers or combat problems
the Brigade should return to camp by
noon, as the march of twelve miles is
considered but a short one.
The Second Florida regiment, with
its gruelling and detailed training at
Black Point, does a little more than
"stack up well" with the other regi regiments
ments regiments of guard here, and is practi practically
cally practically conceded to be the best regi regiment
ment regiment along this stretch of the border
country. It is the largest regiment
ever stationed here, and in its drill
and effficiency it leads the others as
it does in fighting it leads the others
FRENCH LINER IS RACING FOR
Boat from Bordeaux to New York Has
One Hundred and Eighty Pas-
sengers on Board
New York, Oct. 27. The ; French
liner Chicago, with 180 passengers,
from Bordeaux for New York, is rac racing
ing racing for Fayal, in the Azores, with one
of her holds on fire, according to ad
vices received here. ; The Chicago is
expected to reach Fayal sometime to-
day. ; : :
DAVIS AVOH'T SPEAK
Mr: E, W. Daviswtll not 'Speak 'at
the bandstand tonight, as has been an
nounced in the Star the past few days,
but will speak in Leesburg. Many ex
pected to hear Mr, Davis and are dis disappointed.
appointed. disappointed. It's not the Star's fault.
The notice was sent us from head headquarters
quarters headquarters and we were not notified to
the contrary until this morning. ;
: ? T ; FORT KING ": V
Fort King, Oct. 26. Mrs. J. Y. Pur Purvis
vis Purvis "and daughter-in-law, Mrs. Marcus
Purvis have moved to Ocala. We are
very sorry to have Mrs. Purvis leave
us as she was our Sunday school sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent and a faithful worker in
the mid-week prayer meetings and B.
Y. P. U. Mr. Purvis will still work
on the farm here, making up his
syrup and butchering for some time.
Mrs. W. J. Young is visiting her
daughter, Mrs. J. A. Getford of Eus Eus-tis.
tis. Eus-tis. .' j
Mr. F. C. Clayton had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune of losing one of his horses last
Mr. Fred Neil, tho operator' at the
Silver Springs junction, has had a
vacation of two weeks. He attended
the reunion at Tampa and passed
through here Sunday on the way tP
his home at Lowell. He will resume
his work Saturday.
Mr. John Whaley had the misfor misfortune
tune misfortune of having some of his hogs put
in the pound Wednesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Brabham and Mr.
Cork motored up from Oranke Lake
and spent the day with their sister
and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C.
L. Young last Sunday.
Mr. Brinson made our school a
pleasant call Monday, accompanied
by Mr. Blacklock, who also gave the
boys a talk on behalf of the pig and
corn club work. f
We are sorry to hear of the serious
illness of Mr. E. LT Vaughn of Ocala.
as it does in fighting strength.
The neatness, cleanliness and gen general
eral general good appearance of the men of
the Second Florida has caused much
favorable comment on the regiment,
and throughout the town a Florida
man is easily picked by his appear appearance,
ance, appearance, although the same style of uni uniform
form uniform and equipment is worn by all
soldiers here. Florida early won the
distinction of being a clean regiment,
easily excelling in appearance as she
has done in size, personnel, efficiency
and general well behavior of the men.
WHEN YOU TAKE COLD
With the average man a cold is a
serious matter and should not be
trifled with, as some of the most dan dangerous
gerous dangerous diseases start with a common
cold. Take Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and get rid of your cold a.-s
quickly as possible You are not ex experimenting
perimenting experimenting when you use this rem remedy,
edy, remedy, as it has been in juse for many
years and has an established reputa reputation.
tion. reputation. It contains no 'opium or. other
narcotic. Obtainable everywhere.
Evidently Intended to Em-
harass the Administration
PARTICULARS OF THE PLAN
DUE FRECAUTIOHS TAKEH
Washington, Oct. 27. War and
state department officials refused to
disclose the source or specific nature
of information on which Secretary
Baker last night issued a statement
charging that a bandit attack on the
American troops in Mexico or on the
border has been planned. It was said
that the channel through which the
report came was so valuable that
nothing could be given out that might
injure its usefulness. :
Secretaries Baker and Lansing laid
stress upon the statement that domes domestic
tic domestic politics had nothing to do with the
issuance of the stateemnt. "It will
have served its purpose if it serves
notice on the lawless people in Mexico
that we have been warned and are pre prepared,"
pared," prepared," said Secretary Baker.
Secretary Lansing, whom Secretary
Baker consulted before issuing the
statement, view the information, al-
hough indefinite as to individuals, as
showing a dangerous border situation.
BANDITS BEATEN BY COWBOYS
-Columbus, N. M., Oct. 27. A wire
eSs from the American expeditionary
headquarters in Mexico said reports
had been received there that thirty thirty-five
five thirty-five cowboys from Santa Ana ranch,
a Hearst property near Babricora,
had attacked and defeated a Villa de
tachment near Sangeronimo. Four
bandits were captured.
BAKER SEEMS TO BE TRYING TO
Washington, Oct. 27. Secretary
Baker announced late yesterday that
the. war department had received def
inite information that the enemies of
the government's policy towards Mex
ico, in co-operation with Villa, and
other bandits, had arranged for a
spectacular attack on the American
troops on the border, to be made be before
fore before the election in order to create
sentiment against the administration.
Full particulars of the plan, the sec secretary
retary secretary said, have been forwarded to
Generals Funston and Pershing and all
the American forces are in readiness
for the attack. In a statement issued,
the secretary added, that it was sig significant
nificant significant in this connection that both
state and war department advices
said that the bandit forces operating
at present in Mexico are being paid
in silver coin.
No additional information could be
obtained from Secretary Baker, who
left the city before the statement was
made public, to deliver an address in
West Virginia. From other sources,
however, it was learned that the in information
formation information regarding the plot was reT
ceived from the state and justice de de-parements
parements de-parements on the border and other
sources which were not disclosed. It
is understood that no military report
from the border has mentioned the
It is also stated on reliable author authority
ity authority that none of the evidence in hand
involves any Americans and the Mex Mexican
ican Mexican interests in the United States are
believed to be directly responsible for
' Secretary Lansing authorized the
statement that Secretary Baker had
no intention of intimating that any
Americans were involved in the ban bandit
dit bandit attack plot. Secretary Lansing
said his attention had been called to
the fact that an effort would be made
to construe" Baker's statement as a
IS WELL AGAIN
Mrs. L. B. Sanders returned to the
city last Saturday evening from New
Orleans, where she has been spending
the past several months, with her
daughter Mrs. Sistrunk. Mrs. Sand Sanders
ers Sanders was called to New Orleans by the
sickness of her daughter, who under underwent
went underwent an operation in a hospital in that
city." The many friends in this city
of Mrs. Sistrunk will rejoice to know
that she is again well and in good
health. Brooksville Argus.
HAVE BEEH OBTAINED A!
BY FUUSTON AHD PERSIIIFIB
BATTLES III 8E
Older Men in the Great European
Armies are Rapidly Being
(Associated Press) ;
London, Oct. 27. The war threat
ens soon to become a struggle between
mere boys. The pace is said to be en entirely
tirely entirely too fast' for the older men long
to endure. j
It is declared here that next year
the Entente Allies will be facing boys
oi x in me uerman army.
General Sir Douglas Haig, com
manding the British expeditionary
forces, is said to have objected to the
sending out of men of middle age. He
wants young men of from 18 to 25.
After the latter year it is said the
fighting value of the human unit
shows a raoid and steadv declini
The good soldier 'of today it seems
must be of the age which excels in the
most strenuous athletic games the
football player type. The older men
have their place, but generally speak speaking
ing speaking it is said now to be in "the army
behind the army" the men back of
the line, in the supply and transport
divisions where the strain is not so
great. These older men are too sus susceptible
ceptible susceptible to trench diseases to be of
gi eat value on the firing line.
England already is registering boys
born in 1899 preparatory to calling
them up when they attain their eight eighteenth
eenth eighteenth year.
THEIR WAY TO TAMPA
Sixteen members of the University
J of Tennessee football team, including
Mr. David Getaz, their manager, pass passed
ed passed thru the city yesterday siternoon
in their special car, which was attach attached
ed attached to the Seaboard Limited, on their
way to Tampa, where they will play
the University of Florida team to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. The Tennessee team is an
aggregation of fine-looking young
men, and our Florida boys evidently
have their work cut out for them. Sev Several
eral Several Ocala friends were at the station
to give them a cordial greeting. Mr.
LGetaz has a brother who visited Ocala
a few winters ago and made; many
friends while here.
WINER FOR ALDERMAN
We, the undersigned citizens and
voters of ward No. 1 of the city of
Ocala, Florida, hereby petition A. A.
Wriner to run for councilman for this
ward in the coming election to be held
December 12th, 1916:
J. D. Robertson, W. W. Wood, Chas.
E. French, L. W. Duval, F. B. Beck Beckham,
ham, Beckham, F. W. Ditto, Wm. Littledale, W.
F. Blesch, J. O. Dekle, S. P. Anthony
Jr., S. S. Savage Jr., A. Slott, C. R.
Tydings, W. H.' Clark, B. H. Clark, S.
B. Long, F. E. Wetherbee, J. A.
Chandler, Sid R. Whaley, J. W. Nance,
B. H. Norris, T. W Baker, F. C.
Clayton, Wm. Hocker, W. A. Goin, J.
Martin, C. H. Stuart, J. Brown, E. M.
Howard, Baxter Cam, L. IL Pilians,
W. C. Jeffords, Joseph Bell, George
Stuart, C. W. Smith, R. W. Flinn, W.
L. Colbert. :
HIGH PRICES FOR OLD GUNS
I will pay a good price for your 6l(
shotgun, rifle or revolver, or I will
allow you its fall value in exchange
for a new one. If inconvenient to come
to my store, mail or express your gun,,
state what price you are willing to
take, and I will either ismit you that
Price or return the article via next
B. Goldman, Ocala, Florida.
OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, OCTOBER 27, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY D AY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGEB A CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R.U. Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavensrood, Baalneaa Mamase
J. a. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., poatofflce as second claw matter.
One year. In advance ...$5.00
Six montha, in advance ........ 2.60
Three months, In advance...... 1.25
One month, in advance.. 60
For Vice President
J. Turne'r Cutler.
J. P. Clarkson.
Milton II. Mabry Sr.
Will II. Price.
For United States Senator
For Congressman Second District
W. V. Knott.
For Secretary of State
II. Clay Crawford.
For State Treasurer
J. C. Luning.
For State Superintendent of Schools
W. N. Sheats. -For
Justices Supreme Court
Jefferson B. Browned
R. F. Taylor.
For Railroad Commissioner
Royal C. Dunn.
For Adjutant General
" J. Clifford R. Foster.
For the House of Representatives
W; J. Crosby.
L. S. Light.
For County Judge
W. E. Smith.
J. P. Galloway.
For Clerk Circuit Court
P. II. Nugent. -For
Superintendent Public Schools
For Tax Assessor
For Tax Collector
W. W. Stripling.
Straws show how the wind blows,
but straw votes only how hot -air
blows. : v.
Since the votes for women ladies
have split, they are no longer suffra suffra-gp.ttes
gp.ttes suffra-gp.ttes but Wilsonettes and Hughes Hughes-etts.
Attorney General Tom West r an announces
nounces announces unequivocally that he will
support Knott and all the other party
With violets in the winter, faster
lilies in the spring, morning glories
in autumn and roses all the year
round, Ocala is one of the flower cities
of the world.
Hugh Sparkman of the Daytona
Journal has been arrested and put un under
der under bond for criminal libel. Hugh
has been telling the truth too much
about the Volusia county ring. Here's
hoping he comes out all right.
The Lakeland Star, reprints with
evident approval our comment on the
Tampa Tribune's attempt to carry
water on both shoulders. We disagree
with the Lakeland Star about several
things, but we must say that there is
never any room to doubt which side
it is on.
A perfect deluge of circulars from
the liquor houses in Jacksonville has
descended on the city during tne past
week or so. These things are an in infernal
fernal infernal nuisance which there should be
some way of abating. The average
business man knows jtvhere to buy his
private stock and doesn't want his
postoffice box choked with booze cir circulars.
culars. circulars. ''
A German military critic says,
speaking of the expenditure of Allied
ammunition on the western front:
"Every German killed, costs the Brit British
ish British and French a fortune."
This isn't much consolation to the
man killed, or his relatives, but its the
best Germany has to offer.
That there is such a thing &s a
submarine manned by a crew ot
Turks was the unmistakable inference
in a recent dispatch. Columbia State.
How sa Did they see to it that all
the women and children were saved?
Peerless and progressive Pinellas
has again demonstrated her up-to-,
dateness. In Clearwater .Monday wo women
men women property owners voted in the
bond election. Miss Sue Barco was
the first woman to exercise her right
of suffrage under the new charter
which allows women property owners
to take part in elections of this char character.
acter. character. St. Petersburg Times.
Miss Barco is a Marion county girl.
The democratic executive commit committee
tee committee of Lake county, in a meeting at
Tavares last Monday, endorsed Knott
tind all the other party nominees. In
a ringing speech, State Senator Igou
said: : ': ':.
"The republicans are out full space
in the newspapers and on the stump"
with their wornout piecrust promises
that they will give us peace and pros prosperity
perity prosperity if we will only turn out state
over to them once more. But I don't
know of any republican in Florida
One year, in advance..... ...... ft.OO
Bis month, in advance........ 4.25
Three months, in advance 2.25
One month, In advance........ .99
that I am quite willing to trust with
our Dolitical affairs not yet. -1 don't
think we want any more negro post postmasters
masters postmasters in Florida. They are asking
us to vote for Mr.' Catts only in the
hope that Mr.' Knott, our regular
democratic nominee for governor, may
be defeated. The canvassing board
found that Mr. Knott had a clear and
substantial majority in the primary,
This fact cannot be successfully dis
puted. Mr. Flournoy, leading attor attorney
ney attorney for Mr. Catts, tried to have the
sixty-nine votes of Alachua county
counted for his client but he did not
want Mr. Knott's one : hundred and
sixty-two additional votes counted at
all. That's fair, isn't it? Mr. Catts
went to Jacksonville to try. to get the
state executive committee to put both
Catts' and Knott's name on the ticket,
but this didn't work either. It was
very correctly overruled as being out
of order. When they couldn't get that
done, why, they didn't want anything
done. Why did Catts consent to be the
prohibitionists' nominee ? Because,
plainly enough, that was the only way
he could get on the ticket at all, and
he was determined to get on it in
some way if he could not get there as
a democrat. Therefore it is perfectly
clear--even to Mr. Catts, if he would
admit it that he is not the democrat democratic
ic democratic nominee and never has been. He
knows Mr. Knott is the nominee. As
Mr. Raney said in ; Jacksonville, ; the
first time he ever heard or saw Catts
he was standing on the street corner
and he heard him telling the people to
write his name on the ticket in No November.
vember. November. So, you see, Catts ,was run running
ning running as an independent candidate as
far back as that time."
In a speech at Tavares last Mon Monday,
day, Monday, State Senator Igou of Lake
county, well known and much es esteemed
teemed esteemed in Marion, asked the following
"Will Mr. Catts explain to the peo people
ple people of Florida what he, did with the
money he collected in my town and
other places to aid him in his effort to
have his name put on the ticket in the
primary ? Now, Mr. Catts didn't have
to mandamus the committee to get his
name there, yet be collected that mon money
ey money for that purpose. What did he do
with the money? If I should say to
Mr. Duncan here, give me ten dollars
to buy some groceries for a widow,
and if I used it for some other pur purpose;
pose; purpose; wouldn't you say I stole it? Mr.
Catts came to my town and said the
committee was not going to put his
name on he ticket, and that he want wanted
ed wanted to take up a collection to man mandamus
damus mandamus the committee to have his
name put on the ticket. The people
all over Florida gave him money for
this purpose, but he didn't mandamus
, In answer to a letter from Geo. P.
Raney, chairman of the State Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Executive Committee, Senator
"Dear Mr. Raney: I have had no
part in the recent democratic primary
in Florida, or in the contests which
followed it. It is my firm conviction,
however, that it is' the duty of demo democrats
crats democrats to support the nominees of the
party as determined by the supreme
court of Florida; the final action of
the state canvassing board and en endorsed
dorsed endorsed by ) the state democratic ex executive
ecutive executive committee. The supreme
court and the state committee are the
final and only tribunals to determine
disputes to the results of j primary
electionsand their conclusions are
binding upon the party. The life of
the democratic party depends 1 upon
the ready, acceptance by every demo democratic
cratic democratic candidate and voter of the re results
sults results of the primary election as de determined
termined determined by the existing law and the
highest authority of the party. Not
only! the success but the continued
existence of the present system of
white democratic primaries depends
upon the loyalty of the members of
the organization. Therefore, it is my
purpose to vote for every candidate of
the democratic primary nominated at
the June primary as determined' by
the decisions of the supreme court,
the final action of the state canvass canvassing
ing canvassing board and the endorsement of the
state democratic executive committee.
' "Yours sincerely,"
? "Duncan U. .Fletcher."
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Editor Star: At the conclusion of
my last number I left you at the grave
Darden's war-horse, and am going to
say now what I had in mind then', but
the article had reached its length and
I held back until now. I have always
had a profound respect and admira
tion for any one who has a heart big
and tender enough to be touched by
the loss of a dumb but faithful ani animal.
mal. animal. It was only a rough board it is
true, and Darden's carving was crude,
but by these he expressed more gen
uine heartfelt sorrow and a deeper
feeling of regret than is often felt by
those erecting elaborate and costly
stone and marble shafts in memory
of ', departed relatives and the lines
Darden laboriously cut came nearer
recording the true virtues and char characteristics
acteristics characteristics of the deceased than many
of the epitaphs carved into numbers
of these same marble gravestones.
said, too, that I saw this a few 4ays
after the fight at Walthall Junction
and of that fight I wish to state a few
facts which may not be learned from
the current histories, for nearly or
quite all of these that I have exam
ined are more or less partisan. Ha
good s brigade, of wmch our regi regiment,
ment, regiment, the '25th or Eutaw was a part,
was on its way to Richmond to join
Gen. R. E. Lee's army facing General
Grant. The first section composed of
part of the 21st S. C. V. and one bat battalion
talion battalion of our regiment had just reach reached
ed reached Petersburg when we were hurried hurriedly
ly hurriedly ordered to Walthall Junction, which
was about six or seven miles from
Petersburg on the road to Richmond,
and our train hauled out without de delay
lay delay and rushed to Walthall. Col. R.
F Graham of the 21st regiment, be being
ing being ranking officer present, was in
command. When we reached the
junction the federal forces were in
sight and not more than half a mile
away. As soon as the train stopped
we hustled out of the freight box boxcars
cars boxcars that we were packed in (none of
your nice Pullman cars that the sol soldier
dier soldier boys of today travel in) on the
opposite side from the eneny, and
the train backed away towards Peters Petersburg.
burg. Petersburg. We quickly formed in line,
marched across the railroad towards
the enemy about thirty yards and
made our stand in an old sunken
road-bed which made a pretty good
trench as trenches went in those
days. In the meantime the enemy
was advancing and spirited firing was
going on. This force had been sent
out by Gen. B. F. Butler (known as
"Beast" Butler) to capture and cut
the railroad between Petersburg and
Richmond to prevent reinforcements
from reaching Gen. Lee. Butler's
base was at Bermuda Hundred where
he had 30,000 men of all arms. The
fight at Walthall was short, sharp
and spirited, but the' enemy, was re repulsed
pulsed repulsed with considerable; loss, and
ours very small. The Edisto Rifles
had only one casualty, S. P. Hall be being
ing being quite severely wounded. The
federal forces were commanded by a
Gen. Hickman, and in the report
made of the -fight by Gen. Smith,
Hickman's corps commander, he said
that the "attempt ; on the railroad
failed, because the enemy resisted
with unexpected strength. The place
could have been carried probably, but
only with a loss which Gen. Hickman
did not think proper to suffer for
this object and risking the probable
annihilation of his command. It is
proposed now to renew the attempt
with a force that "will Overcome all
opposition. Gen. Hickman reports
troops brought by rail from both di directions
rections directions during the fight.' Col Dutton
and Captain Webb, who were both
present, report troops as most ably
handled, and behaving with greatest
gallantry. Gen. Hickman and both
these officers are confident that the
opposing .forces consisted of veterans,
and were little, if any, inferior in
numbers, their position being one of
great strength, though not fortified."
Now, the above is the report of the
corps commander and is now on file
in the archives at Washington, and it
is from such records that historians
TiRKDt uef:;cssei, losing
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ness seriousness of my Case in my losing weight from
176 to 119 pounds. I was also suffering
from woman's weakness. I took half a
dozen bottles of the Favorite Prescript
tion continuously, with the 'Pleasant
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tion Prescription for women, and Pleasan t Pellets
for liver and bowel troubles." Mrs. I. M.
Allen, 153 St. Francis, Tallahassee, Fla.
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. Like an open book, our faces tell the
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L.,- ;-,;,.;,,:;,:; -iL:;,.-,.,. -,...r,l i ,,n,, r--,,J
- m. m. mmr m w J 'm. fc. m 1 HI. M
pretend to write history. Now the
truth of the matter is that the Con Confederate
federate Confederate forces numbered i about 500
men part of the 21st and one battal battalion
ion battalion of the 25th, as I have already
stated while Gen. Hickman had one
bVigade and a, battery of field artil artillery
lery artillery in action, and another brigade of
infantry at hand for. 1 support, his
forces numbering at .least 4 to 1 of
ours. We had no artillery and no re reinforcements
inforcements reinforcements of any kind came to us
from any direction, either by rail or
otherwise, during the fight. Both
Confederates and Federals however,
were reinforced during the night. On
our side Gen. Hagood arrived with
the balance of his brigade and Gen.
Bushrod Johnson with his and the
fight was-renewed next morning with
much vigor and persistence on both
sides, the enemy at one time getting
possession of the railroad which they
held tenaciously for several hours, but
were finally driven from their posi position
tion position by the 25th regiment under Col.
John G. Pressley, the other battalion
having come in to us when General
Hagood arrived. Near the end of the
battle when the. enemy was making
his last stand, Col Pressley was se severely
verely severely wounded, having his right arm
shattered near the shoulder joint. He
and Russell Zimmerman and my
brother Willie had crossed the rail railroad
road railroad a little in advance of the line of
battle and had taken position on a
small hill, and standing in line al almost
most almost touching elbows brother Willie
in the center and had hardly taken
their position when Zimmerman was
instantly killed by a Minie ball
striking him in the right eye and he
had just fallen when CoL Pressley
was wounded as above stated, and as
he was falling brother Willie caught
him in his arms and eased him down.
By this time the line of battle had
passed on following the beaten and
retreating enemy and at Col. Press Press-ley's
ley's Press-ley's request brother Willie obtained
an ambulance and took him into
Petersburg to the hospital. In a
later number I shall have more to say
about this able, gallant officer and
splendid and distinguished gentleman.
In this second day's battle the Edistos
lost two fine young men and brave
soldiers Sergeant J. E. East and Pri Private
vate Private Lewis Jenkins were killed, and
J. M. O. Holman and E. E. Inabinet
were wounded. During the night after
the second day's fight the Confed Confederate
erate Confederate forces evacuated Walthall and
fell back about three miles and took
position on the south side of Swift
Creek; Capt. Izlar of the .Edisto Eifies
withdrawing the outpost pickets" arid
bringing up the rear. The arrival of
Gen. Butler with his entire forces ren rendered
dered rendered this retrograde movement a
military necessity. Hagood's brigade
threw up works about two hundred
yards south of the creek and made
preparations to meet the advance of
Butler's army, our regiment being on
the right of the turnpike facing to towards
wards towards Richmond. Butler's army came
op carefully and occupied the heights
on the opposite side of the creek. Our
outppsts were on the shores of. the
creek on the south side. This being
the situation, maintained for a few
days after we had entrenched our ourselves
selves ourselves as already stated, late one aft-
( Concluded on Fourth Page)
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HIGH PRICES FOR OLD GUNS
, I will pay a good price for your old
shotgun, rifle or revolver, or I will
allow you its full value in exchange
for a new one. If inconvenient to come
to my store, mail or express your gun,
state what price you are willing to
take, and I will either remit you that
price or return the article via next
B. Goldman, Ocala, Florida.
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When She First Said, "Daddy"
When she first said "daddy," why it
seemed to me my heart
Just danced a jig for joy and gates o'
heaven swung apart,
For her baby eyes were sparkling and
her cheeks were dimpled so
That I caught her and I kissed her as
a proud dad will, you know.
When she first said "daddy" Lord
I almost whooped in glee
For I heard the angels singing and
the world looked good to me
And her mamma smiled her pleasure
as she looked at me so glad glad-Just,
Just, glad-Just, a big old awkward man, but oh
tne light heart that I had.
When she first said, "daddy," oh, our
baby how she crowed.
As though she'd pointed me the way
along the Sunshine Road.
And I never knew that earth could
hold for any man such bliss
As when she called me "daddy," and I
answered with a kiss.
Arranging for a Festive Occasion
A Star reporter-last night visited
the headquarters of the Commercial
Club and found the members of the
entertainment committee with a num
ber of friends busy completing, ar
rangements for the reception and ball
Hard at work were Messrs. Sand Sand-in,
in, Sand-in, McDonald, Davis, Pasteur, Holmes
Walters, Carlisle Izlar and T. D. Lan Lancaster
caster Lancaster Jr., and either efficiently assist
ing or inspiringly looking on were the
following very charming young ladies,
Mrs. Will Goin, Mrs. Robert Allen
Burf ord, Misses Ruby and Callie Gis-
sendaner, Alice Bullock, Mary Bur-
ford; Kathleen J ackson and Marion
Dewey. Some of the girls did real
work, some suggested and sometimes
bunch of them got together and
smiled, aloud so musically that ; one
couldn't help wishing he could can the
sound and sell it to the Victrola fac
tories and so send Ocala melody to all
parts of the earth.
Their skill and good taste, as well
as their industry, is very evident in
the arrangement of the stairway, the
hall,-" the ball and clubrooms.
The down stairs entrance is deco
rated with palmettos, as is the whole
stairway, which is also decorated
with quantities of yellow and black
crepe paper. The hall is dressed in
the same color. The ball room is the
most elaborate of the rooms, and is
most attractive, the Halloween spirit
being carried out in every possible
manner. : From the ceiling are doz
ens of alternate black and yellow lines
being carried to the sides, and to the
numerous Japanese lanterns. The
orchestra is enclosed-with many pal-
The reading room and card room
are more simply, but none the less
artistically, decorated with the same
materials. From all the mantles and
every available nook peep tiny light-
THE WINBSOM MOTEH;
( THAT SURE is)
a (A FUNNT OMEJ
MOVING PICTURE FEATURES
The picture story, "The Kiss," at
the Temple yesterday afternoon and
evening, was a pretty and interesting
one Dainty Marguerite i Courtot is a
delicious little actress and never show showed
ed showed up to a better advantage than in
this story, which had just enough
meanness it in for spice. Everybody
present enjoyed the play; t
Tonight there will be another in installment
stallment installment of that fascinating story,
'The Girl and the Game," and tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow the attraction will be ''The Fly Flying
ing Flying Torpedo," a thrilling Triangle
Fine Arts Feature."
HIGH PRICES FOR OLD GUNS
day with Mrs. G. S. Scott at her
home on Fort King avenue. This so society
ciety society takes up two books each year,
one in the fall and one in the spring.
The present one is "Home Missions."
The refreshments at these pleasant
and profitable meetings are always
brought by the different members at attending.
Junior League Social
The Junior Epworth League, of the
Methodist church will hold a Hallo
ween social at the home of Mrs. J. M.
Gross, on Fort King avenue, this
evening October 27th, from 6:30 to
9:30. The "children are expected to be
ccstumed and masked. 'The families
and friends of the Juniors are invited
Dr. and Mrs H. C. Dozier reached
home last night from Philadelphia and
other northern cities, where they have
been for the last month, during which
time the doctor has A been studying
some of the latest methods in his pro
fession. In his last week in Philadel Philadelphia,
phia, Philadelphia, the doctor attended the clinical
congress of North America, at which
over 2000 surgeons were, present.' Dr.
Dozier says republicans are getting
scared about Pennsylvania.
Mrs. J. M. Martin returned last
night from the vacation she and Col.
Mn-H-Jn Tiflve Kppti fsilfirKr ftvr .Tia Inst.
r: I Regular convocations of the Ocala
two months with relatives in Georgia Up. No 13, R. A. M.. on the
fourth Friday tn every month ast
8 p. m. A. E. Burnett, H. P.
Jake Brown, Sec'y.
I will pay a good price for your old
shotgun, rifle or revolver, or I will
allow you its full value in exchange
for a new one. If inconvenient to come
to my store, mail or express your gun,
state -what price you are willing to
take, and I wiir either remit you that
price or return the article via next
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OCALA FRATERIIAL ORDERS
CHAPTER NO. 13, II. A. M.
and the Carolinas. Both had a pleas
ant outing and are feeling well. Col.
Martin stopped for a few days in At-
lnntji. t.n visit fiTip nf Tiis Rnns. Mr.-Fl.
ea pumpsms ana ntue lunny laces. Martin.
xne reception will begin at 8 o'clock
and the indications are that the even
ing will be one of large attendance
and great pleasure.
WOODMJSM OF THE WOBIJ
A message to the Star from Belle-
view lasfc night said that the informa-
Fort King Camp No. 14 mbets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourta Friday, visitln?
tion given the other day to the effect I aovereigns ax always welcome.
Mrs. T. H. Wallis will return tomor
row from Fernandina.
that there would be no ball at the club
house there tonight was erroneous.
The Civic League- will give a dance to
nicht. 'and Tinnps tr see all its frierirls
r tt r tt a t- i : I 0 r
rnrs. xi. iVL xiampion wno nas oeen frnm nMla nH pIspwTipta.
quite ill for several days, is much bet-
tni tAarr .. I 5 ." '..'' V" .' ''
. Inf t.Vi .TiTnirT TTrornrK Tn cnip Tiaa
Mrs. Si Perkins, who has spent the LlAimAi Hiitfl TTftllnwe'pn nartv
...t AT I TT A- 1 1 f.- O" x
f,9k icw in xvenvucKy, is ex- fnT,io.T,t fn-r th 1 nt th Mptli-
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ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. K A VANAUGH
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Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Packham reach-
home last evening from their vacation
in Philadelphia and New Jersey.
Mr. N. I. Gottlieb will arrive home
tonight from the western part of the
state to spend the week-end with his
- Miss Marion Pritchard left yester
day for her home in Fernandina, after
a short visit to Misses Theo and
Gladys Wallis. V
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. S
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each .month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
: t. U. Webb, W. M
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
j odist parsonage from 6 to 9:30. The
parents of league members f are cor
Keep your f rontyards clean. One
of Ocala's most energetic housekeep
ers declares that more people form
ppinions of the characters of their
friends from the looks of their yards
than from the insides of their homes.
This may apply to the backyards also.
Next Friday is "Mother's Day," and
the teachers in: the grammar school
are busy" preparing programs to fit-
OCALA LODGE NO. 2S8. B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 386, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meet
the second and fourth Uuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting: breth
ren always welcome. Club house
opposite postofSce, east side.
K. S. Rogers, E. B.
E. J. Crook, Secretary.
- PYTHIAN SISTERS
Mrs. W. H. Coleman will entertain tmgly observe that day,. All motners
her Sunday school class tomorrow with are invited to be present. This beau-
a Hallowe'en party at her home on the tlful custom is being universally ob-
Lake -Weir road. served.
WHITE STAR lM
TU ANSWER m
ijollier Bros, watcr Plione 269
Mrs. Herbert Lattner will arrive Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire and I
nome Monday after spending the 1 son, Mr. Tom McGuire, will leave lor
greater part of the summer with her I their former home in Chicago, either
parents in Jacksonville. I Saturday or Sunday. Their friends
" J hope they will return the coming win-
Dr. and Mrs. J.' M. Willis and ter.
daughter, Miss Virginia, Miss Mae I
Willis and friend, Mrs. McDonald, of Mrs. Alfred Aver and daughter,
Ttrriii- i it i .. I
TTiuiawxi, were m me cny snoppmg Miss Edna. leave this aiternoon on
today the limited to visit Mrs. AVer's son.
Dr. Guv Aver, and family, in At-
Cards have been received from Miss Urnta for a few weeks.
Marguerite Porter at Inverness, re-
porting a most deligntful trip. So far M;co ut,; m thi wppV
t t i A.t I w
w.ey ve iounu me roaas in excellent lf r n,T, T.9V nA Oala. wTiptp
wuuiuuu. : I i ;n j : V 4-
sue win speuu sums uuic, uic gucsb wi
friends and relatives. Times-Union.
Put an Ad. in the Star
airs. r ,ti, Mcuiane is to give a
matinee party tomorrow,., for her in
teresting grand-daughter, Miss Helen
Killebrew who is making her home
with her this winter.
FRENCH, SPANISH, GERMAN
The Ocala Temple Lodsre No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Kate B. Howell. M. K.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chanter. No. 29. O. E. S
tneeta at YongeV hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Mvrtie G. Kramer. W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Secy.
'KNIGHTS OF "PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carllsl
drugstore. A cordial welcome to t!-
iting brothers. G. A. Nash, C. C.
Cbaa. K. sag?. K.OIK.B. a
Tulula Lodee 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. ti.
L. H. Pillans, Secretary.
Elementary classes will be formed
the near future for teaching the
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers who ab0 ve languages according to tne
have been in the north for some natural method. Also private or class j
weeks,, are home again, arriving last lessons for advanced pupils. For terms
evening. Miss Janet Weathers will 1 and other information address, a. i
return from Lakeland today. Handley, Box 585, Ocala, 1 la. 10-13-tf
' I'' ....... .... ...
Mrs. B. H. Seymour left today for I DOMESTIC WORK WANTED
a visit first to her daughter, Miss
Louise Booe, in Jacksonville, and then I Wanted, by a young white woman,
to friends in Miami and Homestead.! place to do general housework where
She will be gone about a month. Ishe and her six-year-old daughter
. (could have a home. Capable of doing
The members of the Presbyterian I any kind of housework. Apply to the 1
missionary society are spending the I Star office or Dr. E. Van Hood, tf
E. C. JORDAN & CO. :
Funeral Directors and
WII.RIIR-IV. fi. SMITH
I Licensed Lmbalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla
"The Tire Man
Service car always ready for tire
rouble on the road. Fisk and Ho- d"
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt promptly
ly promptly filled.
24 N. MAGNOLIA STREET
Phones 438 76
it op .West-
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12 Great Scrkh or Groups in 1917. and
253 Short Stories, a thousand Articles
rnd Suggestions, a thousand Funny-
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12 issues a:u a dress pattzm
The Fashion AUTHORITY fallowed
by raiiiion3 of American women. You
itnly issues ot
merely a "de-
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Vaa pQblii&n of thm fm.-t tn waich
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(This Offer is to new Youth s companion su&scriDers onjy.;
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.Five MUes West of Dade City and Os Mile East cf San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
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CLASSICAL AMD GOMMERGiAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MOHTHS
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A. a L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT.1 3, 1916
Woodmen meet this evening.
Royal Arch Masons meet tonight.
Dr. R. D. Fuller's office nhone isUnhrihA the mms annexed to our I
The, workmen are now building the j
tank dii the watertower. I
Whole wheat bread, 5 and 10 cent
leaves. ... Carter's Bakery.
Shipment of new novels
ceived at The Book Shop.
The cottonrose bush by the postof-1
fice entrance is" in full bloom and is a j
thing of beauty.
Encourage home industry by IN
S1STING on having CARTER'S
bread and cakes. None better made.
Carter's Bakery. tf
Get November Victor records at
The Book Shop next Saturday. Don't
forget the day. Hear them before
they are picked over. 3t I
A petition asking Mr. J. J. Gerig toJW. T. Gary
stand for re-election as alderman in I
the second ward is being circulated J
and universally signed.
Seed oats, seed ryft ana rape seed,!
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
All kinds of seed for fall garden
now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.
The street force under Mr. Marsh is
giving East Broadway a covering of
screenings from the city rock crusher.
The work is being well done and islL.
making a beautiful street.
Try Bouquet Dozlia perfume, $2
per ounce, at ueng's. tx i
Century and McKinley 10c. music
always in stock at The Book Shop. 3t
Coca-cola made in Atlanta, made
famous in Ocala at Gerig's.
Homemade and baker's bread 5
cents a loaf at Carter's Bakery. Ask
for CARTER'S. tf
The county commissioners have I
been in session to see if anbody whose
name had been wrongfully stricken J
from the 1916 list of voters wanted it
restored. Commissioner Luffman said
he guessed the board had done a good
job, as no complaints had been made.
November Victor records will be on
sale at The Book Shop Saturday, Oct.
28th. Wait and hear them. Then buy
at home. 3t
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Word was received in the city this
morning of the serious illness of Mr.
B. W. McDonald at a Jacksonville
hospital. Mr. McDonald had his hand
mashed in a piece of machinery and it
is feared blood poison has set in.
Genuine BUTTERNUT BREAD
"made in Ocala" by Carter's Bakery,
at 10 cents a loaf. Insist upon hav
ing Carter's. tf
Sunny Jim Robinson started south
in his car yesterday, to sell shoes,
but he hadn't gone far when his care
broke down, and if he had not found
good friends at Belleview he would
have been all broke up. He reached
the Star office last night, bringing the
Star's owl scribe a box of beautiful
flowers, which set in vases have been
perfuming the inky atmosphere ever
THE LADIES. HOME JOURNAL,
TUB SATURDAY EVENING POST and
THE COUNTRY GENTLEMAN wish to
secure the spare time of a man or wom woman
an woman to act as local representative In
Ocala and vlcinity., looking after the
renewals of their many subscriptions
In tnis section, ana introducing these
publications to new readers. Payment
will be made in salary end commission.
Previous experience is desirable but no
essential. or details aaaress, witn
references. Box 654, THE CURTIS
PUBIJSHING COMPANY, Independence
uare, Fhiladelpnia. zt
RATES Twenty-five words
or less one time 25 cents;
three times 50 cents; six
times 75 cents. Over twenty-five
words, and under fif fifty,
ty, fifty, double above rate.
This rate is for consecutive
insertions. Special rate by
the month. Try them out.
We. the undersiened citizens of Ma-
rion county, Fla' endorsing the ad-
ministration of the Honorable Wood-1
row Wilson as president of the United I automobile hospital across the way, and passed .through our lines un un-States
States un-States and desiring to perpetuate thel will be treated to bottled coca-cola if molested, but when he reached the
principles of democracy, do hereby J
Drinciples of democracy, do hereby
names to aid in the national demo-Ithng
cratic campaign, to be paid by Sept.
The followine contributions
already been made:
President of board of Trade. ..$25.00
Ocala Eveniner Star.
I Ocala Banner
w. D. Caldwell
Ei D. Rou
; lj, xv. lauiuicu .........
r t rn
H. M. Weathers
D. Niel Ferguson
Louis H. Chazal ...
W. J. Crosby, Citra
W. L. Colbert
C. B. Ayer
J. P. Galloway
P. II. Nugent
George L. Taylor
. c. Bennett
H. C. Sistrunk
E. T. Helvenston
Harry O. Cole
W. W. Condon
John R. Rodgers
Ij. H. Brinson
D. M. Barco
John L. Edwards
David S. Welch
John M. Graham
R. B. Meffert
F. R. Hocker
jE. H. Martin
R. A; Burford
J. E. Chace
C S. Cullen
B. A. Weathers
u. o. scow
J; M. Thomas
L. P. Wilson
A. E. Gerig
C. L. Fox
E. L. Parr
L. W. Ponder
C. H. Lloyd
Jno. L. Rogers, Lynne
G. T. Maughs
R. S. .Hall
R. L. Anderson
W. D. Cam
H.' D. Stokes
Hayes & Guynn
A. G. ; Gates
R. J. Rivers
P. J. Randall, Conner .........
L. M. Graham
O. H. Rogers
H. W. Tucker ..............
C. M. Mathews, Flemington ;
C. A. Tremere, Belleview. ...
Nathan Mayo, Summerfield
W. T. Hall, Summerfield,. .
J. W. Davis, Summerfield ..
Walter Mathews, Summerfield.
R. L. Gyburn, Summerfield. ...
H. C. Groff, Summerfield. ... ..
W. J. Pyles, Summerfield......
O. M. Gale, Belleview. ........
J. J. Nelson, Belleview. .
W. H. Mason ................
P. Thigpen ..
T. B. Pasteur
J. O. Myers
W. R. O. Veal
T. H. Parker
P. E. Edwards
D. W. Glisson
John H. Taylor
J. H. Parramore
W. W. Lollie ..."
George Smith ..,
W. B. Johnson
T. W. Graham
Walter Ray .i ...
B. I. Freyermuth
A. Cuthill .....
L. A. Smith
J. H. Seekinger
T. A. Vinning
J. L. Watson
W. a Ray ....
W. D. Taylor
D. E. Mclver
P. L. Billingsley
H. A. Davies .....
H. C. Dozier ........
Frank D. Sanders
E. L. Stapp
J. J. Gerig
J. D. McDonald .....
Cash .. ............
W. V. Wheeler
D. C? Peabody ......
I. C. Denman, Reddick
C. D. Bryant
T. C. Carter
T. E. Bridges ......
J. B. Devore .......
Dr. E. G. Peek
C. E. Simmons
W. P. Preer ..
M. R. Williams
A. T. Thomas 1.00
P. B. Baum
W. W. -Stripling
Dr. S. H. Blitch
Landis Blitch ..
G C. Bryant
I. C. Denman
C. G. Bryant ...
W. E. Smith ...
T. E. Bridges ................ 2.00
J. B. Devore, Reddick 1.00
R. K. Wartmann, Citra 5.00
W. T. Dupfee, Citra 1.00
C. W. Driver. Citra........... 1.00
Dr. D. M. Smith .'. ........
N. R. Dehon ... ..............
Mrs. Edward Badger .........
W. J. Edwards ........ ... 10.00
John L. Inglis, Jacksonville. ... 10.00
Dr. M. C. Izlar V" 1.00
E. S. Grace, Citronelle 2.00
Dr. W. M. Richardson ".U;iv: h 1.00
Insist on having Carter's Delicious
Cake (ft re flavors) 10 cents. .tti:J
BOARD OF TRADE
The next regular meeting of the
Board of Trade will be held tonight
Dr. Book and Dr. Forney from their
they will show this notice at carters j
Bakery. The Ocala
HIGH PRICES FOR OLD GUNS
I will pay a good price for your old
shotgun, rifle or revolver, or I will
5.00 allow you its full value in exchange and his horse were killed. Upon ex ex-5.00
5.00 ex-5.00 for a new one. If inconvenient to come amining his body papers were found
O AA It. ymxr ctniro TYiail vr PmTPSS VrtTIT c Ktrri n r. Viityi f rv o 'tratiL-fta cvn-
Ut,to wt : nnVp m.i are trill in e to
oW T win vnn that
price or return the article via next
B. Goldman, Ocala, Florida.
Commencing Sunday, October 22nd,
have taken the agency for the Flor-the
ida Times-Unipn, and will be pleased
to have the patronage of .the good
people of Ocala and vicinity. Will
deliver the paper to your door, take
subscriptions and accept contracts for
advertising. For further information,
apply to A. E. Gerig, at the Specialty
Shop, one door east of the Munroe & J
Chambliss National Bank. 21-6t
Layer cake, angel cake and mac-
caroons. fresh every day, at Carter's
Bakery. v tf
14 lbs. sugar for $ 1 with one dol-1
lar's. worth of other groceries on Sat-
urday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co. J
We have a new perfume, Bouquet
Dozira, a fine lasting extract, 2 per
ounce. Gerig s. tl I
" 7 I
When thirsty drink at Gerig's
Ocala's popular, coca-cola fountain. ;
14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol-
lar's worth of other groceries on Sat-
urday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co. j
r We make 5 and 10 cent loaves of
bread, and advise buying the 10 cent
loaf. Carter's Bakery. tf
A CLOGGED SYSTEM
MUST BE CLEARED
lou win nna ur. ing s iNew axe
Pills a gentle yet effective laxative
for rpmovino. impurities from the
for removine impurities from the
svstem. Accumulated waste poisons
the blood ; dizziness, biliousness and
PlinpiyV muaay complexion are wi
Kirie's New Life Pills tonight will as-
stire y0U a free, full bowel movement
in the morning. .Af ypur arug-
UULf lOOIr IlU HUO
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NJSEDS
WANTED A small set of books to
"keep .evenings by an experienced
bookkeeper. Apply to "Bookkeeper,"
0 Care the Star Office. 27-6t
MONEY TO LEND If you want
some, call and see .we. Will lend in
9 f Z
sums from ?300 to ?5,000 on tirst
mortgage on improved city property,
Laurie T. Izlar, Ocala. 27-tf
FOR RENT Five room cottage with
bath and other conveniences. Apply
to Mrs. O. T. Green, 605 Ocklawaha
I avenne. Ocala. 25-6fc
WANTED Several boarders can get
reasonable rate on board and room in
private family by addressing "Pn-
vate," care Star office, 24-6t
WANTED The address of a buyer
I rags and paper. Please name, price
on same. Address "Paper," care Ocala
Star, Ocala, Fla. ? 24-3t
WANTED Position as bookkeeper,
cashier or clerk, by competent young
woman badly in need of employment.!
Salary reasonable. Address Cashier,
J care Ocala Star. 23-3t
HOUSE TO RENT On Daugherty
street. Apply to A. G. Gates. 19-tf
COTTAGE FOR RENT One-story
rent reasonable; one block from pri
I mary school, corner South Second and
FOR RENT Two furnished rooms;
modern conveniences, desirable neigh-
u.-t.-.j r i tt.Ax
trarnuou. ours. a. r err, xierueri
FOR RENT A well located cottage
1 0f five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap-
ply to R. R. Carroll, Star office, tf
FOR SALE Stove wood, "seasoned
pine and cypress, a large load for a
dollar. Phone 223. Prompt delivery.
Welch Lumber Co. 8-5-tf
FOR RFNT-250 nrres f o-ond land,
stable for growing corn, peanut,,
velvet Deans or cotton, wnie mrs. j.
, a i j Ttr r. w t
A. Manley, Ocala, Fla or phone No
334. v 10-16-tf
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates mHe on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Othw
Contractor in th" city. "-'t."
; (Continued Frdm First Page)
ernoon a lone horseman rode
the turnpike from towards Petersburg
bridge which spanned bwift Creek he
was commanded to nait Dy one ol oui
pickets, but instead of obeying the
command he jammed his spurs, into
the sides of his horse with a view of
rushing across the bridge, but as soon
as he did that he drew the fire of two
or three of our pickets. and both he
Hr.w ho nt prChrr hw ir I
t,,j w f tri, ha
came no one ever knew, but if he had
gotten through he would have carried
valuable information to Gen. Grant.
A few days after this incident a re re-connoisance
connoisance re-connoisance was ) made across the
creek by the 11th regiment of S. C. V.
and a battalion of the 25th (including
Edisto Rifles of course) under, the
command of Col. F. II. Gantt of the
eleventh. It was not long after cross-
ing over before the enemy was struck
ir strong force, when a short but se-
vere engagement followed in which
CapL Hammond and two of his lieu-
tenants Seabrook and Hammond
were killed, leaving his company with
out a commissioned officer. Lieuten
ant Hammond was but a short dis distance
tance distance from his brother when he was
shot and seeing him fall ran to him
and was bending over him when he
was shot down and fell across his
brother. The night after the little
fight I have just mentioned, for some
unknown reason to us, Gen. Butler
fell back with his entire army, x his
base at Bermuda Hundred which left
the way open for us to take the steps
which placed us in position to fight, a
few days later, the battle of Drewry's
Bluff, of which I will write in my next
number, and close this number by
stating an incident or two in connec-
tion with the Swift Creek fights. You
win recall that in one of my early
numbers I spoke of the Lucas bat
talion of so-called regulars, on Cole's
Island, and mentioned a sereeant be
longing to that battalion who instruct
ed us in artillery drill on Goat Island.
We all liked him and he was fond of
our boys. ; Well he got a furlough and
instead of going home, if he has one
hp -fnllnwAH list f n Vircrinia ufn
m fighting," as he said, and came
U1"c 6 s'
to our company at Swift Creek. .He
9 our company
I was at the foot of the bridge on our
sidef jate in the afternoon of the day
we had a piece of artillery. While
j standing there a yankee officer rode
out into the turnpike : about half a
mile off and was apparently making
observations. About the same time
Gen- S?004 came to the foot of the
bridgeor a like purpose. The Lucas
battalion 'sergeant begged Gen. Ha-
good to let him aim and fire the piece
of artillery at the federal officer. Hav Having
ing Having 'obtained permission he carefully
aimed the piece (which was a rifled
gun and loaded with a percussion
shell) and fired and killed both the
horse and the officer. Near the turn-
liVo anrt within tho ?nna tha fio-lnf
which grew out of Col. Gantt's re-
connoisance, was a pretty little Meth
Indict' .Vinw'K aHA A t'Ua
1 VU10V MX Vt V-CAAAV-U 41iiVM UaU
Methodist church." The inside of it
was finished off with white, smooth
plastering, and a pretty little orsran
I was Dart of its eauinment. The lines
0f battle swayed back and forth with
the church between the firine' lines. A
few days after the fight I went into
I Tia 'T
I on both sides, the nlasterinsr was so
perforated with bullet holes that
there was not a single place that a
man could have stood if he had gone
in before the ficrht and remained in
one Tjosition. without beiner hit. The
pretty little organ too, was ruined. I
visited the battle "s
ETOunds around and
near Petershurir some vears aco. and
win tell you in some future number
as this one has about run its length.
- Laurie T. Izlar.
' FOLLOWS EXPOSURE
In the rain all day is generally fol
lowed by painful twinges of rheuma-
neuralgia. Sloan's liniment
i Txn 1 1 mra xrrin mnnir tpiipt nnn nrivfnt
itne twinges irom Decommg torxure-.iiioddari, o.
1 It quickly penetrates without rubbing jGoddard. J. iL
I and soothes the sore and aching
1 joints. For sore, stiff, exhausted
muscles that ache and throb from
overwork, Sloan's Liniment affords
auick relief. Bruises, sprains, strains
and other minor injuries : to chUdren
are quickly soof.d,by J0"
ment. Get a bottle today at your
i riruffsrist 25c -3
, To shfn a mirror without breaking
J the glass, paste narrow strips of paper
diagonally across the glass. Thi3
breaks the vibrations and prevents the
damage that often results.
PINE TAR RELIEVES A COLD
Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey contains
all the soothing elements of the pine
forest. It heals the irritated mem membrane,
brane, membrane, and bv its antiseptic properties
loosens the phlegm, you breathe eas-
I r 3 a l
ifn" un. Frthal
i -wv.v. vw-w. :
stuffed-up feeling, tight chest or sore
throat take a dose of Dr. Benn's Pine
Tar Honey and prevent a wearing,
hacking cough dragging through the
win'er. At your druggist, 25c. 3
She (in art museum) "They say
that famous marine artist was onco
a plain farmer's boy. I wonder where
he developed his talent?" He "Prob
bly drawing water on the f arra.'r
Advertsie .in the SUr.
1 III I MMBMBHM
(Continued from First Page)
ness prevented some from going but
a goodly number of the patrons were
there. Capt. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles,
rever so happy as when helping a
good caur e, were there with their
daughters, Misses Katharine and Mil Mildred.
dred. Mildred. These young ladies added to
the pleasures of the occasion vby ren rendering
dering rendering some very swot music and
singing some duets. Mr. and Mrs.
Reuben Redding were there assisting
ir: every way they could, as were also
a party of young people from Ocala.
Mr. kam Christian, whose boyhood
heme was m Shady, has gotten some
Shady sand in his shoes again lately
and came out Friday evening to the
box supper, bringing with him some
pretty girls from Ocala. Messrs.
Frank .and Tracy Pedrick were pres present
ent present on this occasion too, and we no noticed
ticed noticed these two young men were out
again Sunday afternoon. We wonder!
Belleview says there is a person
thereabouts whose delight it is to
drive spikes in automobile tires. Such
a person was at Shady Friday night,
ruining the tires of the Pedrick boys
bicycles. Such peopleare a nuisance
anywhere they go and as this is the
first time this has ever happened at
Shady, we feel sure it was not one of
our boys and herewith give this party
a cordial invitation to stay away from
our social gatherings or mend his
Bay Lake, Oct. 26 Mr. J. H. Moody
of Sanf ord, spent a few days here this
Messrs. D. M. Waldron and I. B.
Waldron motored to Jacksonville
Wednesday to visit Mr. Waldron's
daughter Mrs. R. L. Geiger. They
also were present at the big barbecue
which vas given ; for the purpdse of
opening the Armour plant.
Messrs. E. Hinson, W. H. Cassels,
D. R. Waldron, Bailey Waldron and
Mrs. G. ; W. Kingsley and daughter,
Miss Cassels, motored to Ocala Sat
. Miss Olda Hinson of Fort McCoy,
spent the week end with Miss Othella
Cassels, coming to attend the dance
given at Mr. Peck's new residence.
: Mr. Bailey Waldron and sister Mat-
tie returned home from Jacksonville
Friday, having been guests of their
sister, Mrs. R. L. Geiger.
Messrs. I. B. and Bailey Waldron
and- W. H. Cassels called on friends
in Fort McCoy Sunday afternoon.
; Mr. H. L. Moody of Lacrosse, is
visiting his aunt, Mrs. D. M. Waldron
for a few days.
When you feel discouraged and de
spondent do not give up but take a
dose of; Chamberlain's Tablets and
you are almost certain to feel al
right within a day or two. Despond
ency is very often due to indigestion
and biliousness, for which these tab tablets
lets tablets are especially valuable. Obtain
14 ILs. sugar for $1 with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries on Sat
urday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co
Threatenend Scarcity of Tin.
Most of the world's sources of tin
ore are either stationary or receding
in output, Bolivia of all countries
alone giving promise of permanence
and future growth.
Notice is hereby given that "the city
council at a sneetlner neia on tne ma
day of October, A. i. 1818, revised the
registration ooK3 oi tne cuy ana tne
loilowing names stricisen xnereirom:
Anthony, F. G. Knight, S. A.
Blalock, Df. I F. Lamar, J. WV
Blitch, Geo. J. Luckie, W. T.
Boutwell, G. P. Peter, E.. H.
Haxley, I W. Richey, W. D.
Huntsman, K. J. amoas, w. vj.
Johnson, J. E.
Keating, R. I
Strong. I. I.
Weaver, Dr. R. T.
Bobbitt. A. M.
Bullock, Julian R.
Bullock, W. S. Jr.
Bullock, R. S.
Burge, WV B.
Carlisle, J. B. Jr..
Campbell, J. A.
Coney, E. F.
Clark, A. S.
Dodge, W. H.
Dodson, W. H.
Dorr, G. N.
Dorr, W. I
Dekle, J- H.
Knight, J. C.
Konow, W. A.
Koonce, R. E.
Lanslord, A. M.
Luckie, T. C.
Luckie, J. M.
Mathews, C. H.
Mershon, Geo. F.
McGlnnis, D. U.
Nelson, C E.
Perry, W. S.
Rarsor, J. C.
Raysor, L. M.
rii7;r. B. Ji.
Taylor, Koiu t
Whitworth, W. E.
Wing. A. M.
Fuller, W. la.
Giles. J. J.
Geise, N. C -Kreger,
Bailey, C. C.
Boland, J. W.
Busier, D. E.
Caruthers, H. A.
Dusky, A. M.
Duke, B. F.
Felder, P. H.
Goodyear, P. D.
Gibson, L. M.
Mitchell, G. "W.
Martin, J. B.
Marsh, J. B.
McCranie, C V.
Parris, D. R.
tstewart, C tx.
Turner, A. is.
- Ward Four
Bangs, W. X. Lanscn, O. W.
Blanchard, W. C. Martin, S. H.
Blair, Curtis Li Modes, George
Blitch, G. M. y. Moore, W. C.
Bugbee, W. M. Murry, J.
Bloher. Andrew Mcintosh, J. "W.
Cook. R. H.
McLean, '.v. L.
Proctor, 13. L.
Parker, M. -Perry,
Robinson, W. IL
Scandrett, C. A.
Shurtleff, J. R.
Thrilling Sol -Thomas.
Washfburn, P. A.
TN'ashburn, G. D.
WiLliajns. C D.
Eodsre, j. v.
rInkins, C. A.
Engesaer, j. s.
Gregory, L. O.
Hooker, w. w.
Hane, W. L.
Jones, H. C.
Jarvls, IL E. -Janes,
Joyner, A. F.
Whittinston, R. TV.
Weaver, C J.
The council will hear complaints for
the restoration of names stricken at
7:30 o'clock t. na. November 21. 11.
All parties desiringr to regrister may
ao so rrom 15 iat v.ntn tne second
Saturday in November at the office of
the city clerK. H. u. tilSTKlXNIC.
City Clerk and Ex-Ofasio Supervisor of
.. Kegistnititm or tna City or Ocala.
BLACK N3,WHITC TAM
KEEP YODR SHOES NEAT SO
when you build your house lath
that will hold plaster for a lifetime
and never warp and crack the wall
surface. Only the best lath will
"stand upland give the sort of serv service
ice service required by tKe .careful builder.
' ' ...
0 We :isE; That MM-
Come in and see us before you buy build building
ing building material. We can show you how to get
the greatest value for your money and how
to. avoid waste. Our advice is honest and
fre, because we want to make business
friends and keep them.
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WEINGARTEN BROS Inc.
Blalock Brothers, 107 Oklawaha
avenue, have established a curb gaso gasoline
line gasoline filling station. Open from 6 a. m.
to 9:S0 p. m. 6-lm
nOW CATARRH IS CONTRACTED
Mothers are sometimes so thought
less as to neglect the colds which their
children contract. The inflammation
of the mucous membrane, at first
acute, becomes chronic and the child
has chronic catarrh, a disease that is
seldom cured and that may prove a
life's burden. Many persons who
have this Iothsome disease will re remember
member remember having had frequent colds at
the time it was contracted. A little
forethought, a bottle of Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy judiciously used, and
all this trouble might have been avoid avoided.
ed. avoided. Obtainable everywhere.
Exquisite taste that's the secret
of our success. Affleck Millinery Par Parlor,
lor, Parlor, opposite Gerig's Drug Store.
Phone 161. 19-t
Va V 1 Rs srw
- Ocala FIorMi
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make large Hps disappear; fcsllcy
waist-lines more graceful; awk awkward
ward awkward bast-lines smaller and
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comfort with tie first fitting.
$5.00 and $3.C0.
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PLUMBING AND LECTRICAI
When you have plumbing or
trical contracting let us furnish yl
estimates. No job too large and no
too small, tf II. W. Tucker!
1 FOR A MUDDY COMPLEXION
adopt a diet of vegetables and cereal
Take outdoor exercise dally and yc
complexion will be greatly imrovf
within a few months. Try it. Obtal
able everywhere. 1
Nine persons out of every ten th
suffer with their feet, do not nc
longitudinal arch support but ar.
terior metatarsal. Go to the man v,
has studied the anatomy of the fd
three years and get relief. Full 11;
of School's foot appliances. "T
Man Who Erov;-?." Little's 'Shoe Pr
lor. :' 27-tf I