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VOL. 21. ; . OCALA, FLORIDA, WKDXKSDAY, NOVEMBER 17,1915 NO! 278
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE ;.
STRUGGLE BETWEEH RUSSIANS
London, Nov. 17. The fate of the
Serbian army may be only a matter
of hours. Monastir is reported in
such perilous position that consular
officers have departed. From the. var various
ious various conflicting reports it seems the
facts are that the Bulgarians have
taken Kruseve and are within six!
:i e n i mi ai. xi I
Serbian army and the Allies
fronted with, imminent peril
out-flanking movement. The Bulga
ians possess Tetovo. The fate of the
berbians holding Uabuna pass is
more obscure. One report states the
pass has been forced. It seems cer certain
tain certain the defenders are threatened, at
least to the extent that the position
will soon be untenable. With Krus-I
evo and Dabuna pass in the invaders' j London; Nov. 17. The British hos hos-hands
hands hos-hands the fate of Perlepe would be 'pital ship Anglia was sunk by a mine
sealed and the road to Monastir open- in 'the English channel today. Three
ed. ; hundred men out of a total of three
Greece is giving some indication of
seeking a solution to the problem
which will be presented if entente
troops are. forced into Greece. The
Allies are bringing
pressure to bear.
STRUGGLE ALONG THE STYR
The attempted re-crossing of the
Styr by Teutons has cheated the
greatest interest on the eastern front.
Petrograd reports admit only the loss
of Pedacie, five miles from the river.
INCESSANT FIRE OF ARTILLERY
Artillery battles 'continue on the
TWO THOUSAND TAKEN. BY THE,
Berlin, Nov. 17. The Serbians
again failed to check the Teutonic ad advances.
vances. advances. Two thousand prisoners were
captured yesterday, the war office
BOOKER WASHINGTON BURIED
Attendance was Great at the Funeral
of the Colored Educator
Tuskegee, Ala., Nov. 17. Booker
T." Washington was buried here today
with simple ceremonies. Fully 8,000
people came for the services, but only
2,500 were in the chapel. Prominent
men of both the white and colored
races were present.
TOOK A LONG AUTO TRIP
Illinois People, who will Probably
Make their Home Among Us
Mr. J. F. Baldozier and mother of
Bushnell, 111., arrived in the city Sun Sunday
day Sunday from a 27-days' trip, driving part
the time every day of the trip
Mr. Baldozier started his long trip
from Columbus, Ohio, from whence
he went through Indiana into Illinois,
into Iowa, then back to Illinois, thru
Indiana again, down into Kentucky,
thru that state, Tennessee, Alabama,
Georgia and Florida, a distance alto altogether
gether altogether of 2500 miles. Mr. Baldozier
and his mother drove a Ford car. He
came over some of the worst roads
ever made and some of the bestas
well. He had only one puncture, hav having
ing having Ohio and Illinois air yet in the
other three. He cleaned one spark
plug on 'the long trip and had no
Mr. Baldozier likes Ocala so well
that he is planning to make his future
home here, but will go on to Tampa to
close up some business affairs, when
he expects tor return. They are stop stop-(
( stop-( ping at the Magnolia apartment
The Demp ey.IIat Shop has opened
permanent millinery parlors for the
season at the residence of Mrs. W, H.
Hetrick at 220 East Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. 10-6t
11 tRktfh i
of Brave Little
AND AUSTRIANS INCREASES
BANKS Of THE STYR
EIGHTY-FIVE H IIITJOI III THE
hundred and eighty-five kwere saved.
VERY UNUSUAL EVENT IN
WEST VIRGINIA POST
Fairmont, W. Va., Novi 17. Twenty-five
clerks and carriers of the post
office here, practically the entire
force, struck this morning, it is said,
as a protest against the discharge of
Assistant Postmaster W. H. Brand
and three other employees, Brand,
who has been connected with the local
office for seventeen years, was recent recently
ly recently discharged on the charge of giving
assistance to applicants in civil ser-
1 vice examinations. Postmaster .Chas.
II. Manley is- a democrat. Most of the
strikers are republicans.
RUSHING SALE AT RHEINAUER'S
Hundreds of People Today Visited this
"The sale started this morning
with a. rush,", said anattachee of the
Rheinauer & Company store when ap approached
proached approached by a I tar reporter during
the forenoon. "However, that is no
more than could be expected when it
is taken into consideration that near nearly
ly nearly all the advertised articles are
brand new goods bought for this sea season's
son's season's business."
The salespeople all entered into the
sPirit of enthusiasm that filled
prospective purchasers, and the
crowds were handled with little or no
friction, everybody was waited, on in
due time, and all were satisfied
Hundreds of specially attractive
items that the Rheinauer store will
offer during thi3 sale were not shown
today as the time for marking and
preparing for the occasion was so
short. However, by tomorrow morn
ing it is hoped that the work may be
completed, and those who called to today
day today are especially invited to come
again and look over the new goods
which will be shown.
The windows are handsomely deco decorated
rated decorated for the occasion with most at
tractive displays of beautiful as well
as useiui and seasonable merenan
dise. The window displays are the
work of Mr.C. G. Greenwood, of the
shoe department and Mr. Charles
Simpson, of the c'othing department.
TIRES AND TUBES VULCANIZED
Do not wait; bring your tires and
tubes to me NOW and have them
properly vulcanized as soon as the
need appears. We do the work right
and GUARANTEE results. Davies.
the Tire Man. 4-tf
IN FIERCENESS ALONG IRE
HE III A
LETS HER CHILD DIE RATHER
THAN LINGER IN USELESS
AND PAINFUL LIFE
Chicago, Nov. .17. Mrs. Anna
Bowlinger at the German-American
hospital today, told the story of her
consent to let her six-day-old boy, de
formed in body and mind, die rather
than live a life "barren and useless."
Mrs. Bowlinger declared she loved
her child but its life would be barren
and useless and it would 1e a burden
to itself. A simple operation would
save the life of the child.
Dr. J. H. Haisolden, chief of the
hospital staff, believes if the child
ived it would be a mental and per
naps moral defective. Iherefore,
with the consent of the child's par-
entSj he declined to perform the op
eration. The death of the child is ex
pected in 48 hours.- Its mother was
seriously ill with typhoid when the
baby was born.
SPECIAL SESSION OF THE
Managers and Clerks for the Coming
The Board of County Commission
ers met in special session Tuesday,
with all members present.
The object of the meeting was to
revise the registration list and ap appoint
point appoint clerks and managers of the wet
and dry election to be held on Decern-"
ber 7th. The entire day was consum
ed in the task. Registration officer
D. M. Barco was present to assist
them with the work.
The "wets" requested that they be
allowed representation at all the polls
which was granted by the appoint appointment
ment appointment of men from the lists furnished.
A jtumber of parties called during
the session with other matters but as
the special session was called only for
the work above noted, they were told
that their, cases would be taken up at
the regular session in December.
I am now thoroughly prepared to
repair all kinds of surgical rubber
goods for physicians and nurses, as
well 'as rubber toilet and surgical ar
ticles in the home. Davies the
Tire Man. 4-tf
von z sniver m tne cold. .Buy a
stove from the Marion Hardware Co,
and keep warm. 11-16
The Philathea class of the Baptist
Sunday school will be glad to receive
orders for paper flowers. If you are
planning to decorate your, car or float
for the fair parade, you will do well f
to consult Mrs. W. A. Goin, who will
have charge of the. work.
Program of the Great Indus Industrial
trial Industrial Event of Next Week
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23"FLORIDA DAY"
9:30 A. M. Judging at Grounds of:
Roadsters, Standard and Non-Standard Breed.
American Carriage Horses. 5
10 A. M. Industrial Parade will leave Court House Square for the
Grounds, where Governor Park Trammell will open the Fair with an ad
dress before the Grand Stand.
1:30 P. M. Races.
. 2:20 P. M. Pace for Purse of $150.
2:30 P. M. Trot for Purse of $200.
Running Race, Half -Mile Dash, Purse $50.
7:30 P. M. Johnny J. Jones Exposition Shows and Music by the
Vitucci Royal Italian Band, each evening.
WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24
9:30 A. M. Judging of:
American Pure Bred Draft Horses.
Draft Horses. J V) :
1 P. M. Program will begin with address by Hon Champ Clark.
' Races: i
2:18 P. M. Pace for Purse of $200.
2:25 P. M. Pace for Purse of $150.
Running Race, Half-Mile Dash, Purse $50
Slow Mule Race.
Horse, Mule or Donkey Carrying the Most Children.
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9:30 A. M. Judging of:
Thoroughbred Horses and Grades.
Saddle Horses, Pure Bred.
Saddle Horses, Grades.
Best Lady Rider Over 16; Best Under 16.
Best Gentleman Rider Over 16; Best Under 16:
Best Single and Double Seated Turnouts, Decorated.
1:30 P. M. Races:
Free for All for Purse of $200.
2:20 P.NM. Trot for Purse of $150.
Running Race, Mile Heat, Purse $50. 4
Horse; Mule or Donk&y. Carrying Most Children Under 12 Years Old.
Motorcycle Race, 10 Miles, Purses $45.
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26
9:30 A. M. Judging of Mules, Asses and Shetland Ponies.
10 A. M. Parade of School Children, Girls' Canning Club and Boys'
Awarding of Prizes to Girls "and Boys of Canning Clubs by Supt. J. H.
Short Address by Hon. W. A. McRae and State Supt. Sheats.
1 P. M. The Winners in the Better Baby Contest will be Announced.
Mothers and Babies will occupy reserved seats in grand stand.
2 P. M. Races:
2:35 P. ,M. Pace for Purse of $150.
2:40 P. M. Trot for Purse of $150.
Running Race, Half-Mile Dash, Purse $50.
Slow Mule Race.
vTHE GREAT INDUSTRIAL PARADE
The first day of the Marion County Fair this year will be one of the
very best days. So don't miss it. Rmember the date, Nov. 23rd. The
program will begin with the "Big Industrial Parade." This parade will
be participated in by the Merchants,Business Men and Farmers of the en
tire county. It is in the hands of the Peninsula Club, which has spared no
pains to make it a success. Plenty ofgood music will add to the interest
of the occasion.
The races will be the best ever known in this county. In fact, the
Marion County Fair Association has absolutely the fastest horses to
start injlts coming races that have ever come down for the word "Go" in
the state of Florida.
Berlin, Nov. 17. Cane, grinding is
the order of the day now.
Mrs. J. L. Davis and Miss Mamie
Fant of Irvine are the guests of Mrs.
V. B. Potts this week, coming down
especially to attend cane grinding.
Among those who attended the
Alachua county fair last week from
Berlin were Mr. and Mrs. S. J. Mc Mc-Cully
Cully Mc-Cully and Messrs. J. H. Badger,
Alfie Brooks, Paul Rawls, John Fer Ferguson,
guson, Ferguson, Harry McCully and Mr.
Wayne. They all pronounced the
fair a great success.-
Mr. L. T. Hendrix and son-in-law,
Mr. Mitchell of Morriston, called on
Mr. S. J. McCully last Sunday morn
Rev. Gorbet of Altoona preached
two very interesting sermons at the
Fellowship church last Sunday to
attentive audiences. He will fill the
pulpit again on the 12th of December.
Mr. G. W. Mills says he had a hen
to lay one day last week. He consid considers
ers considers he has struck a" streak of good
fortune and his neighbors are con congratulating
gratulating congratulating him on his proverbial
Mrs. E. M. Howard and a party of
friends were guests of Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Baderer last- Sunday afternoon.
Mr-W. B. Rawls purchased a very
fine young horse from Mr. J. H.
Pearce last Saturday.
The farmers are busy this week
getting up exhibits for the fair. Here
is hoping the fair will be a success,
Candler, Nov. 17. Mr. Harry Bax Baxter
ter Baxter has the Martsolf packing house in
operation and his force of men busy.
Capt. DeLong, who has been ill
for some time, was taken suddenly
worse Sunday, but is resting more
Mrs. Albert McClain has returned
home from a visit to her daughter,
Mrs. Arthur Williams and family in
The Ladies' Aid will give a "dime
social" at the manse next Wednesday
BETTY THE ALLIGATOR GIRL
Too much cannot be said in connec connec-5tion
5tion connec-5tion with -this show. Think of it,
folks, a real, live human being cover covered
ed covered with scales, just like an alligator.
Hundreds of doctors have examined
this wonderful little lady and pro pronounce
nounce pronounce it one of the seven wonders of
the world. Her mother and father,
who travel with Betty, tell a very in interesting
teresting interesting and wonderful story. Don't
fail to pay Betty a visit, as this is
truly the sight of a life-time. Betty
is one of the many attractions with
the Johnny Jones Shows at the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair next week.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
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Asquith and lioyd George Con Consult
sult Consult With French Allies
KITCHENER AT THE DARDANELLES FilAY LEAD A DRIVE FOR
London, Nov. 17. Official an announcement
nouncement announcement is made that Premier
Asquith, Foreign Secretary Gray,
Minister of Munitions Lloyd George,
and First Lord of the Admiralty
Balfour have arrived in Paris to con consult
sult consult with the French government.
WAR COUNCIL IN SESSION
Paris, Nov. 17. The first meeting
of the joint Anglo-French war coun
cil was held here today.
KITCHENER AT THE STRAITS
Athens, Nov. 17 'Newspapers here
state that Earl Kitchener, British
war secretary, has left Mudros for
the Gallipoli peninsula.
120 CARLOADS OF
CITRUS EXCHANGE IS CERTAIN CERTAINLY
LY CERTAINLY DOING A BIG BUSINESS
The packing house of the Marion
Sub-Exchange is certainly doing a
fine business. By nightfall it will
have its 120th carload of fruit for
this season on the rails and moving
STACKS OF GOODS SOLD
BY HELVENSTON STORE
The big Sale Extraordinary at the
Helvenston store opened this morn morning
ing morning as advertised, and, considering
the very short notice upon which it
was inaugurated, gives promise of
being the biggest success the estab establishment
lishment establishment has ever enjoyed on an oc occasion
casion occasion of its kind.
Eager patrons began arriving to
make their selections from the many
useful and seasonable articles which
were named in the advertisements.
The whole stock is included in the
"Sale Extrao"rdinary," and exception exceptionally
ally exceptionally low prices prevail throughout.
The ladies' ready-to-wear depart department
ment department seemed to have the call at to today's
day's today's sale, as the goods in this line
began to disappear more rapidly than.
Mr. M. B. Hess, of the firm of Hess
Brothers, Baltimore, under whose
direction the sale is being conducted
is on hand to welcome the patrons of
the store. Mr. Hess' ability as a
decorator and sign writer is in evi evidence
dence evidence all over the store. All the
priecs are marked in plain figures,
thus preventing any mistakes.
Mr. Helvenston, the proprietor, is
very much pleased with the opening
of his big sale, and invited the people
of Marion county to call on him all
during fair week and take advantage
of the reduced prices which prevail
during the "Sale Extraordinary."
DORA E. JENNINGS
Orlando, Fla., Nov. 17, Mrs. Dora
E. Jennings, wife of B. S. Jennings,
of Fairfield, died at Saint Luke's hos-
i pital at Orlando, Sunday night at 7
o'clock. She was 58 years of age
She was the mother of six children.
Her daughters were Mrs. Flossie
Trantham, Mrs. Lula Randall and
Miss Gussie Jennings of this city.
Her daughter Gussie nas been a
nurse at McEwen's hospital here for
the past year and was by her mother's
side until the last. Mrs. Jennings
had been in bad health for some time
and spent the last two winters in Or
lando. She ha3 many friends here
who sympathize with her entire fam
iTy. The body was sent to Fairfield,
where the funeral took place Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning at 10 o'clock. Her hus husband,
band, husband, B. S. Jennings and daughter,
Mrs. Lula Randall, left with the body.
VEGETABLES, 3I1LK AND EGGS
from our own farm daijy. Open night
and dav. Merchants Cafe. tf
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PRIVATE FIRMS TOO
BIG A PRICE
SEEMS LIKELY THAT UNCLE
SAM WILL BUILD HIS OWN
Washington, Nov. 17. None of the
bids by private concerns on the con construction
struction construction of the two superdread superdread-naughts
naughts superdread-naughts authorized by the last Con Congress
gress Congress submitted; fell within the limit
of $7,800,000 fixed as the maximum
cost for the hull and machinery of
each ship. The bids of the New York,
Philadelphia and Mare Island navy
yards are all within the limit, most of
them being below seven millions. ';
Of Teachers and Public School Pat Patrons
rons Patrons Called to Children's Day
Ocala, Fla., Nov. 17, 1915.
To Teachers and Other School Peo People:
ple: People: I wish to call especial attention
to Children's Day on Friday, Nov.
26th, at the Marion County Fair. In
the cases of those schools in which
the teachers and the bulk of the
pupils attend the day will be counted
as taught. We are expecting a most
creditable parade from the court courthouse
house courthouse square to the fair grounds and
would like to see every pupil and
teacher of the county in line. Ad Admission
mission Admission for pupils on this day will be
ten cents and we expect to have an
address from State Supt. Sheats and
possibly other prominent people.
We also expect to have a very cred creditable
itable creditable school exhibit and for entrance
blanks and information address Mrs.
Anna Tweedy, assistant secretary, at
We have had the best crops, have
the best feeling in general and are
going to have the best fair in the
history of the county, so let us get
the most from it.
Very truly yours,
J. II. Brinson, Supt.
OLD RELIABLE STORE
BEING 3IADE OVER
The Marion Hardware Company's
store is being remodeled so, as to give
more display room in the main build
ing. A large window is being cut
in the southeast corner of the build building,
ing, building, where will be located the office
of the manager. The bookkeeper and
secretary will occupy the southeast
corner. Anentrance way will be leit
between the two office railings for
egress to 'the store rooms in the rear.
The new arrangement ,will be quite an
improvement besides giving more dis
play room in the front.
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD
The home economics committee of
the Ocala Woman's Club will give
five dollars in gold to the person ex-,
hibiting at the Marion County Fair
the best home-manufactured labor-
saving device for use in the home.
Such articles as fireless cookers, ice ice-less
less ice-less refrigerators, egg testers, etc.,
have been put together by home in ingenuity
genuity ingenuity and there are doubtless
others in the homes throughout the
county. Bring them in to the fair
and some one will get a five dollar
The only condition is that there
shall be at least three competitors.
Our object is to do away with the old
"Man works from sun to sun
But woman's work is -never dene."
For further information write to
Mrs. W. T. Gary, Chairman,
,ll-9-tf Ocala, Florida.
UCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
. BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
U. R. Carroll, General Mtiager Port V. Learengood, Business Manager
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
One year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance ...... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
One month, in advance .50
British diplomacy may fail to keep
Greece out of the Teuton camp, but j
the British navy won't.
Jack McCully looked at the corn
show at the Alachua fair, and says
that Marion will pass it like it was
A submarine base for German and
Austrian submarines has been dis
covered on the isle of Crete, Whiclf
belongs to Greece.
The Tampa Times has heard that
it is extremely likely that the Tampa
Northern will be extended north from
Brooksville to Inverness. It certainly
should be done.
The bright little DeLand DailJ
News i3 with us again, but, alas! the
editorial column that Chris Codring Codring-ton
ton Codring-ton could fill so entirely well is hab hab-itated
itated hab-itated .by a bilious-looking piece of
Nothing helps out a fair more than
good racing, and the Marion County
Fair is going to have plenty of the
best this time. Over two-score of the
fastest horses in the country are now
out at the fair grounds, and the west
side of the big field looks like the
barracks of a cavalry troop.
The Star is informed that the Ocala
fire department will lead the big in industrial
dustrial industrial parade to the fair grounds
next Tuesday. Proper facilities will
be furnished by the telephone com company
pany company to keep the firemen in constant
touch with headquarters, so if an
alarm should be sent in they can re respond
spond respond as quickly as if they were in
the fire hall.
The Orlando Board of Trade has
passed a resolution demanding that
Editor Clarence Woods of the Eustis
Lake Region be bounced out of the
Florida Press Association, on account
of his attacks on methods of road
building in Orange and Pinellas
counties. We don't approve of Editor
Woods' action in regard to the roads
in other counties than his own, bul
we respectfully remind the Orlando
Board of Trade that his membership
in the Florida Press Association is
none of its business. If Editor Woods
interferes with roads or other affairs
in Marion county, we will spank him
good and hard, but we shan't call on
any boards of trade or press asso associations
ciations associations to hold him while the spank spanking
ing spanking is in progress.
The Star regrets to announce that
Ocala and the fair will almost cer certainly
tainly certainly lose the hoped-for visit from
Champ Clark. The only reason why
we miss seeing and hearing this lead leading
ing leading statesman is lack of public-sp'rit
in some of our people, and stinginess
in others. It ha3 been impossible to
find anyone who could push the sale
of lyceum tickets, and those who have
tried to sell tickets have been met by
moat of those whom they approached
with the statement that as they could
see and hear Mr; Clark at the fair
ground. for nothing, it wasn't neces necessary
sary necessary to buy a lyceum ticket for the
privilege. These people of extra sav saving
ing saving disposition forgot that the only
way to have Mr, Clark at the fair
was to secure him thru the lyceum
We Want YOU
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
Every day we will give a
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
at our expense. Watch the
columns of the "Star for
One year, in advance......
Six months, in advance.....
Three months, in advance.,
One month, in advance....,
course, and in their anxiety to save
half a dollar have lost the privilege
of attending a genuinely historical
occasion. Champ Clark is. one of the
biggest men in the country and al
most any other town would have fell
all over itself in the rush to secure a
visit from him.
For many years the wet men of
Marion county have flagrantly brok
en the law and defied morality end
public welfare by wholesale bribery
of the more ignorant and purchasable
class of voters, paying their poll
taxes, dosing them with cheap whis
ky and marching them to the poll3
like sheep. And the dry men have
gone around like so?many old hens
with straws over their "necks and
allowed it to be done.
In this campaign, the wets, who de depend
pend depend entirely for their grip on the
county on this element, are repeating
their former tactics. The liquor inter interests
ests interests have sent money into the county
to pay poll taxes for hundreds of ne
groes and some whites, and hired de depraved
praved depraved men to go out among that
element and by bribery and threats
induce them to vote wet.
But the drys have woke up and are
going after this bunch of law break breakers.1
ers.1 breakers.1 They have the law with them
and they intend to make good use of
It is a crime, punishable by a term
in the penitentiary to bribe a man to
vote or to accept a bribe to vote. The
law specially sets forth that to pay
another man's poll tax is a bribe
and that both the payer and the payee
In the last few weeks the tax col
lector of Marion county has received
a number of polls obviously not paid
by the voters in whose names they
were sent. He has secured a number
of' affidavits from parties the polls
were paid for, and is going after
He warns all parties who allow
their taxes to be paid contrary to law
that they are fooling" with fire. He
will not only have their votes chal
lenged at the polls but will put their
cases in the hands of the grand jury,
and if they are convicted they can
expect to go to the penitentiary.
The men who paid these, or who
rather acted as agents of the whole
sale whisky dealers, are also in dan
ger. There is already some proof
against-them and the dry people are
after more, and they stand a mighty
good chance to stand up in court
alongside of their dupes and tools.
The prohibitionists intend to offer
rewards for evidence to convict, and
some of the men who have been cor
rupting Marion county politics stand
a good show to work in stripes.
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Let all members of the' new organ organization,
ization, organization, the Booster Club, be present
at the meeting in the Yonge block
this evening and support the enter enterprise
prise enterprise of building the railroad to Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs. The plan is entirely
practical and the road is entirely
necessary. It is a reproach to Ocala
that it has not been built long ago.
It will not cost much to build the
road, and it will pay on the invest investment
ment investment from the day it is opened. What
other town than Ocala, in less than
six miles of a navigable river, and
with such a pleasure resort as Silver
Springs as well, would have gone un unconnected
connected unconnected with both by a railway so
hong. Let's get busy and provide
ourselves with quick and easy trans transportation
portation transportation to the springs before next
There was a big meeting of farm farmers
ers farmers at Burbank last Saturday, over
j00 people being present. Mr. J. D.
Murphy, the new manager for the
New South Farm and Home Com Company,
pany, Company, was present, and outlined the
plans laid by the organization for the
improvement of the country and the
condition of the people. The company
will have its headquarters at the most
appropriate place, namely, Orange
Springs, where it will establish an ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural experiment station and also
set on foot methods for the scientific
marketing of crops. Speeches were
made by Messrs. Hollinrake, Rooney,
Sandlin and others. To help out the
occasion was a big dinner and music
by a fine band. It looks like the
New South Farm and Home Com Company
pany Company will be rejuvenated and yet
build a splendid industrial structure
out of what threatened to be a ruin.
A great deal of good work has been
done by the pioneers of the undertak
ing, and there is undoubtedly a fine
country to work in. Hard work and
proper methods will make it an Eden.
Oil stoves, wood stoves, coal stoves
at the Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
Fresh' seeds ; of all kinds at th2
Ocala Seed Store. 20-tf
The city council met last night in
regular session. There were in at
tendance President Meffert and
Councilmen Tompkins, Knight, Gerig,
Nash and Fausett.
Minutes of last meeting were read
Under the head of written com
munications the message of the may mayor
or mayor to the council and the report of
City Engineer Drake were read, but
were taken up and discussed later in
Mr. M. L. Mershon filed a written
request for rebate of excessive water
charges. Same was referred to the
light and water committee with power
A petition was read from Messrs.
L. R. Chazal Sons Co. and others
asking to have Wiomina street paved
from Daugherty to Torrey streets.
The petition was referred to the street
committee to investigate and report
at the next regular meeting.
A communication was read from
the Buffalo Steam Pump Co. relative
to its bill against the city. The clerk
was instructed to write the company
that the bill would be paid as soon as
funds are available. .
A communications was read from
Messrs. Mclver & MacKay regarding
the setting of the new pumps at the
water works plant and the connec
tions to same.
Messrs. Twombley & Henny of
New York, who did some engineering
work for the city, requested a check
for the balance on their account. As
the McCrary Co. is to pay a portion
of this, the matter was laid over till
it could be adjusted.
The Florida Metal Products Co. of
Jacksonville, urged that its bill Te
paid." The clerk was instructed to
write the company that the bill would
be taken care of soon.
On motion the bill of George Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, a carpenter, for building the tool
and vehicle shed was ordered paid.
Mr. J. P. Phillips of the Ocala
Telephone Co. was present and ad addressed
dressed addressed the council on the matter of
alleged raise in telephone rates and
the joint use of the poles of the tele telephone
phone telephone and city electric light plants.
Mr. Phillips explained that the mu mutual
tual mutual use of the poles, in many places,
was a great advantage to the public
as well as the respective companies,
saving expense and the placing of
two large poles in crowded places or
along residence streets, where one
would do for both. He explained that
the agreement was entered into be
tween the telephone company and the
city council several years ago and
had worked very satisfactorily since.
Mr. John H. Taylor, a member of the
council at that time, was present and
verified the matter. On motion the
arrangement was allowed to stand as
it is now. In the matter of alleged
raise in rates, Mr. Phillips declared
the rates were exactly the same as
they had been.
The mayor's communication in re regard
gard regard to insufficient inspection facili facilities
ties facilities or men for the sewer work, was
taken up and Engineer Drake and
Mr. McCormick, the McCrary en engineer,
gineer, engineer, were heard. Mr. Drake ex explained
plained explained the report he had made in
writing that had previously been
made. He showed where the Mc McCrary
Crary McCrary company had not been supply supplying
ing supplying its engineers with adequate in instruments
struments instruments and had not been provid providing
ing providing enough inspectors to properly
cover the eight working crews. Con Considerable
siderable Considerable discussion -folowed. Mr.
McCormick explained that his com
pany would have instruments here in
a very short time. Mr. Drake, how however,
ever, however, when asked if the work so far
was satisfactory said it was and that
he had required all discrepancies to
be remedied up to date.
On motion, the clerk was instruct instructed
ed instructed to telegraph the J. B. McCrary
Co. of Atlanta, demanding four more
inspectors for the job and adequate
instruments for the engineers.
In the matter of the complaint of
Mr. Akin, where he stated he had
seen six-inch pipe laid without the
workmen getting the oakum inside
the joint, Mr. Bryan stated that the
contract did not call for oakum in the
joints of six-inch pipe and under, and
if his men were putting or attempt attempting
ing attempting to put it in them, they were doing
it without authority and it was not
necessary. Reference by the clerk to
the contract verified this statement.
Mr. Bryan then asked the council to
go today to the place and he would
have his men dig up the pipe and in inspect
spect inspect it. '
Later on a motion prevailed that
the chairman of the sanitary com committee,
mittee, committee, Mr. Fausett, Mr. Bryan, Mr.
Akin, who made the complaint, and
any others who wished to do so,
would go this morning and inspect
the work. Mr. Bryan said he invited
)the closest inspection of the public
and the council of any and all of his
The clerk was instructed to inform
the mayor of the action taken in the
matter of his communication.
On motion as Mr. Gerig, chairman
of the fire committee, his committee
was instructed to purchase rubber
boots and trousers for the firemen, as
cold weather will soon be here.
The city attorney, Mr. F. R.
Hocker, reported progress on opening
South Fourth street, stating that sev several
eral several suits liad been filed to condemn
property for right of way. He stated
that he thought Mrs. Bertha Davis
was willing to arbitrate the matter of
a right of way through her property
through her agent, Mr. F. W. Ditto,
and he was instructed to see if same
could not be handled in that way.
(Concluded on Last Page)
From the Sky
By ROV L. McCARDELL
Copyright, 1915, by Roy L. McCardell
(Continued from Last Week)
Fire, Fury and Confusion.
T JTFIEItE was the diamond from
AM the sky? It was not in the
g grasp of Frank Durand, erst-
wniie King or aiamonas; it
was not clasped in the tigress talons
of Kansas Em, the dance hall fury;
it was not in Esther's hands, as Quab Quab-ba.
ba. Quab-ba. the ever watchful poor Italian,
drew her from the maelstrom of the
melee ere the roof had fallen on the
struggling mob in Pete's Palace.
It was in the first outbreak of Kan Kansas
sas Kansas Em's frenzied indignation when,
after she had tad aloud the prayer in in-the
the in-the old locket a mother's prayer come
so strangely to the light after all these
years that the diamond, with its
chain, had been knocked from the
dance hall amazon's hand after her
first screaming outburst in protecting
the shrinking Esther, so strangely
thrust into this sin stained, sordid sat saturnalia
urnalia saturnalia when she sought her love. Oth Others
ers Others had gathered there, moved by the
spirit of greed, swayed by the desire
for the diamond from the sky. Hers
was a higher, brighter motive.
Arthur, gasping and wild eyed at
Bight of Esther, the center of a strug struggle
gle struggle for the diamond from the sky. bad
fought to her side and had embraced
Others Still Fought at One Another's
her. Then like a mighty wave, the
mass-of stark mad and heaving hu humanity
manity humanity had broken upon them and
torn them apart. Then It was that
Arthur raged like a demon and struck
out on all sides and knew no more in
his madness, even when the wall gave
way and the roof fell upon his.uncon
. Eddied to the outskirt of the combat.
Quabba had plucked Esther from the
storm of blows and had led her. dazed,
When the riot had broken loose
Smythe had struck out smartly, hitting
every skull in sight. But when the
surge of the crowd had borne against
the side wall and men and women had
turned like Leasts to rend and tear
each other the lawyer, taking advan advantage
tage advantage of being near the doorway, had
darted out into the night, which seem
ed to promise safety.
In the excitement and the struggle
he had not noted the diamond had been
hurled through the air when Luke Lo Lo-vell,
vell, Lo-vell, struggling for it like the rest, had
struck the arm of Kansas Em, loosen loosening
ing loosening her grasp upon the chain of the
"locket as she held it high above the
throng. Over the heads of the crowd
it had flashed and fastened upon the
deer horn, and so the lawyer had borne
it from the scene of struggle unnoticed
by any one in the struggling medley,
not even by himself.
Scarcely knowing what he did. the
panic stricken lawyer darted Into the
first haven of safety he encountered.
It was a barrel that Pete's bartender
had converted into a kennel for a stray
puppy which had been given to him
Those who had not been Imprisoned
or crushed by the falling roof of the
dance hall dragged themselves from
the debris. Home ran wildly through
the muddv sfn-tts of the little town
cows' milk in
every can of
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Advertise in the Star.
crying for help and calling Fire!,
Others plucked at the ruin with torn
and bleeding hands, and others stili
fought- desperately at one another's another's-throats.
throats. another's-throats. Such a uroui) as still fought, despite
the death and disaster all around them.
were Frank Durand. who had come to
these wild regions fur thc"Ciamoud...t.o
see it and to iose L and the bestial
Peter UuS. the dance hall man. The
two fought madly, still with Luke Lo Lo-velL
velL Lo-velL The quick eye- of Durand had
seen the blow Luke aimed at Kansas
Em to gain the diamond.- Durand had
not seen where the diamond- had
fallen, but instinctively he had torn
through the little knot that fought
around him and had struck Luke a
mighty blow between the eyes with all
his strength and skin, for Durand had
been a boxer in his earlier career. Dut
Luke had shaken himself as a dog
might do and had closed in quickly on
Luke was nearly a match for the
two. but finally they beat him to his
knees and searched him near the tar
rel where the hiding lawyer lay. Then,
with curses of disappointment. Durand
and Huff rushed back to the dance
hall just as the roof fell, and Luke,
staggering to his feet, made off in the
darkness, firm now in the belief that
the devil himseif dwelt in the diamond
from the sky, even though a mother's
prayer had been all these years hidden
The lawyer, peering cautiously from
his hiding place, hears a clink and clat clatter
ter clatter against the side of the barrel into
which he has crept to tiide. In the
darkness, and on his hands and knees,
(Continued on Page Three)
Bow It Acts In Every Day Life.
The human heart, in a healthy man
weighs but eleven ounces. It beats
from long before birth untuV dath, in
an average lifetime, about seven mil million
lion million times, allowing seventy beats to
the minute Every twenty-four hours
this slight organ performs labor equiv equivalent
alent equivalent to lifting a ton of material eighty
feet into the air. If the blood becomes
poor, and filled with poisoa from dis diseased
eased diseased kidneys, the heart is not only
starved, but poisoned as well. It soon
becomes exhausted and unable to meet
any extraordinary demand which may be
made upon it. Supply pure blood; get
the kidneys to working; tone up the
feeble stomach! Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery purifies the blood,
relieves the kidneys and tones up the
alimentary canal. Give the heart the
food it needs and it will continue to work
till the natural end of life. v
Pensacola, Fla. "I was in a very bad
shape four yeara ag" and rora what I had
read in regard to heart trouble, considered
my case quite serious, which would have
in time become fatal but for the strength strengthening
ening strengthening and sustaining good that I received
from Dr. Pierce's valuable Golden Medical
Discovery. My heart would palpitate
very fast, and often things would grow
dark before my eyes and I would fall,
and remain dead to the world for some
time. Afterward I would have to re remain
main remain on my back for a long while, as I
was too weak and nervous to stand on
my feet. My health was in this state
for about two years. A friend of my hus husband's
band's husband's from Jacksonville advised him to
give me the 'Golden Medical Discovery
as" it had been so helpful to his wife.
After taking six bottles I was made en entirely
tirely entirely well, and have not had an attack of
my old trouble since." Mia'.. J. A.
Fontaine, 604 W. Itomana- St.
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For reservations, tickets, etc.
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I have recently returned from
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been taking a post graduate
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pared prepared to give those in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
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on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest
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Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
OCALA - FLORIDA
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roofs repai "ed or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Calf Phone 457
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
Magnolia Meat Market
OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE
340 North Magnolia Street
lar asotar Market
Nc.lO S. SECOND ST.
Established Three Years.
CHOICE OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY
Florida and Western Meats
THE GREATEST HOT WEATOER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost' is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well chaiged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocala Ice :
rrpRY our Fresh Meat it will
-J- please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine Jine of Groceries.
STANDARD. HAIl.HnAD OF THE SOUTH
Gains ville.aiMil Metara
Tulanc-FlorMa Foot Ball Game
Tickets on sale November 17, and 18th., good returning midnight
November 19th. Good on all trains, at rate of
Children half fare. Usual baggage allowance will apply. For further in information
formation information call on
M. R. WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, Ha.
We ship the famous CRYSTAL RIVER OYSTERS
in'Seal Plug Carriers, which insures them reaching
you in a sanitary condition! We also furnish SALT
WATER FISH in any quantity. The most careful
I attention is given small as well as large orders.
Write us for further information .
j CRYSTAL FISH OYSTER CO. j
I Crystal River, Florida. :
18 Years Experience
The latest machinery, skil 1 1-ed
ed 1-ed labor and an abundant
supply of soft water we are
able to give the public an
exceptionally high quality
Ocala Sleani Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
L C. Jordan & Co,
Funeral Directors and
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Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
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OCALA EVENING STAR WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17. 1915
THE INFORMER'S STORY.. (Lubin. A sequel to "All for Old
Ireland," which appeared a few weeks ago.
THE MAKER OF DREAMS.
BROADWAY FAVORITE. (Three reel drama.)
ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO 1 0:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Stat?. County and City Depository.
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Our customers, whose tables
we serve, rest fully assured that
they are getting a square deal
We fill phone orders and cut
meat for children just as ac accurately
curately accurately as though we were
. serving our friends in person.
This business is built on hon honest
est honest weight, high quality ol
meat and reasonable prices.
W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
; PHONE 108
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good, Marion county has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec rec-orsd
orsd rec-orsd or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is the
record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it all.
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK
florida title and abstract corporation
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS 1
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 105)
Our Evening Thought
The world is striving for success.
If you would be successful in your
undertakings you must not give up
and grow discouraged because your
object is not reached at once. Do not
count the time put into your work
but the success you get out of it.
E. C. Dowd.
The poet Thompson says: "Home is
a resort of love, joy of peace and
plenty," and if your home does not
conform to these standards you are
not getting all out of it that you
should get out of life. Your children
are being deprived of a heritage of
pleasant environment to which they
are justly entitled. The lack of pleas
panied by their charming house guest,
Miss Marion Phelps of Boston, and
Friday evening Mr. and Mrs. Zewad Zewad-cki
cki Zewad-cki will entertain about ten couples
of the older society set in compli compliment
ment compliment to Miss Phelps.
A merry party of Gainesville ladies
spent yesterday in our city, combin combining
ing combining business with pleasure, motoring
over early in the day. In the party
were Mrs. II. H. McCreary, Mrs.
Kate Medlin, Mrs. Fletcher Burnett
and Miss Marion Gay. While in the
city they were registered at the Har Harrington.
rington. Harrington. Dr. and Mrs. J. M. Jackson of Mi Miami
ami Miami arrived in the city yesterday aft-
ant environment will taint a child's ; ernoon from a short visit to Dallas,
whole life and his age will be sordid, ) Texas, where they have been in at at-squalid
squalid at-squalid and mean, while with cheery j tendance upon the rneeting of the
environments will develop alike the j Southern Medical Association. After
good qualities of a child, and will in j a short visit to Dr. and Mrs. Walter
a large measure affect the lives of J Hood and Mr. and Mrs. Zewadski and
your neighbors. Rossetti says a res- j family, they left for Cotton Plant for
idence surrounded by flowers is likely I a week's visit to Mrs. Jackson's
brother, Mr. Newcomb Barco and
family.' Dr. and Mrs. Jackson will
make a week's visit to relatives in
this city before returning home.
to be a happy home. We know they
wilL bring peace to a weary soul and
joy and love to a broken heart.
LOOK OUT FOR COLDS
Don't let this Winter bring to you the annoyance of Catarrh and
suffering which every man and woman who is afflicted
with this disease, has cause to dread.
First of all remember, if you will:
continue to suffer with Catarrh, it is
your own fault. Catarrh is worse in
Winter because the most common commonplace
place commonplace precautions against germs and
contaminations are neglected.
We go to stuffy theatres and inhale
over and over again vitiated and
germ-laden air. We sit in over-heated
rooms, neglect exercise, exclude fresh
air because it's cold, and in a hundred
ways do,everythlng possible to assist
In the ravages of a disease that is al already
ready already making tremendous progress to towards
wards towards a complete sapping of vitality.
It is small wonder that Winter brings
additional annoyance to Catarrh suf sufferers.
ferers. sufferers. The nostrils, reasonably free in
summer, are easily stopped up by the
inflammation of the tender membrane,
and the phlegm and secretions which
cannot readily flow, aggravate the
Jelicate lining of the throat and poi poison
son poison the system. Hawking and spitting
becomes more frequent. In fact, Ca Catarrh
tarrh Catarrh Is not only a nuisance, danger
and annoyance to the afflicted, but a
continued menace to everybody. Any Anyone
one Anyone who comes in contact with Ca Catarrhal
tarrhal Catarrhal germs, expectorated or ex exhaled
haled exhaled In stuffy rooms, poorly venti ventilated
lated ventilated theatres or cars, may contract
the diaase. They'll think they have
taken cold, but it is more likely that
this insidious waster of strength and
vigor has hastened itself upon them.
They will soon know the Catarrhal
headache, the disagreeable closing of
air passages, they may find it attack attacking
ing attacking the bones of the nose, the tissues
of the, ear, resulting in deafness, the
loss of smell, for no part of a body
is secure from the ravages of Ca
tarrh. Catarrh makes you sick all
over. It is a disease of the blood. It
circulates through the system, and for
this reason sprays, washes, vapours
and salves must be failures in curing
it. You can relieve Catarrh thoroughly
and permanently. S. S. S. will cleanse
the blood., relieve unhealthy secre
tions, reduce the memo. aneous swell
ing. It will literally wasn tne diooq
frpe from the Doison. S-S. S. goes di-
rpctlv to the source of trouble, en-
whilft ft cleanses the blood. It
is a wonderful tonic invigorator. Write
us particulars of your case and let our
nhvsicians helo you get no 01 ims
stubborn and dangerous malady. Our
nhvsicians are trained specialists.
their services cost you nothing. We
will take pleasure in answering ques questions.
tions. questions. S. S. S. is for sale at drug
stnrps Refuse imitations. Write the
Swift Specific Company, Medical De
partment, Room 15, Atlanta, ua.
Mrs. M. A. TenEyck most charm charmingly
ingly charmingly and elegantly entertained the
members of the "Wesley Organized
Bible Class" of the Methodist church
this afternoon at her beautiful home
on the corner of Earl and South Fifth
streets. The ladies assembled about
3 o'clock and were greeted by the of officers
ficers officers of the club, Mrs. TenEyck, vice
president; Mrs. J. M. Gross, teacher;
Mrs. Frederick Cook, president; Mrs.
J. A. Bouvier, secretary and treas treasurer.
urer. treasurer. Mrs. TenEyck's home was
aglow with pretty lights, flowers and
ferns and with cheerful fires in the
great open hearths, the atmosphere
of cordial hospitality was heartfelt
and cheering. Each lady brought a
portion of some domestic goods which
was nicely folded and placed in a box
to be sent immediately to the or orphan
phan orphan home at Enterprise, the last re request
quest request being made from the matron of
the home that the organizations send
goods to be made into useful articles
by the girls of the. institution, be because
cause because so often the girls were without
materials to work on and then, too,
it is quite necessary to keep the arts
of domestic science up to the stand standard.
ard. standard. This initiative is quite commen
dable and the box prepared at this
afternoon's party is calculated to
keep the little ladies of the Enter
prise institution engaged for some
time. After this Mrs. TenEyck dis-
ributed a flower contest beautifully
hand-script, the questions to be an
swered by the name of different flow-
ers. ims was very clever and most
entertaining and to the lady answer-?
ing the greatest number of questions
was presented a dainty hand-made
handkerchief with crocheted lace
edge. At the close of. the afternoon's
entertainment the hostess served her
guests to a delicious two-course I
uncheon of sandwiches, coffee, potato ;
chips, pickles, white cake and snow
pudding with whipped cream. The
entire afternoon was one of greatest ;
pleasure and informality to the thirty
adies present. Mrs. TenEyck is a
most gracious hostess and .left noth nothing
ing nothing undone for the enjoyment of her
Friends in this city and surround
ing country will be interested to learn
that upon, a recent visit to Orlando
Mrs. G. D. Washburn was signally
honored by having the recognition
among the devoted workers in the W.
C. T. U. of holding more contests in
the United States than any one lady
during the past year. For her effi efficient
cient efficient work in the great cause she was
presented a silver star from the na national
tional national organization of the W. C. T.
U. and is very happy in its posses
sion. Also she was presented a prize
for holding the greatest number of
L. T. L. contests in Florida. Mrs.
Washburn is to be congratulated for
she is indeed an untiring and earnest
worker and at the state convention
held in Orlando was the recipient of
special courtesies and admiration.
Mr. and Mrs. Sheffield of Denver,
CoL, arrived yesterday afternoon and
in all -probability will spend the win winter
ter winter in our city. At present they have
rooms at the residence of Mrs. E. J.
Redding on South Second street. Mr.
and Mrs. Sheffield have spent several
winters' in Florida, but have been
away about three years.
The hospital auxiliary of the char charity
ity charity department of the Marion County
Hospital met this afternoon with
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski on Oklawaha
avenue. It was strictly a business
meeting and there Was a good attend attendance.
ance. attendance. Mrs. W. V. Newsom and daughter,
Mrs. Richard Dodge, left this morn morning
ing morning for a several weeks' visit to Mrs.
Newsom's sister, Mrs. Jack Hiers and
family in Miami.
- Mrs. S. M. Dillard returned to her
home at Summerfield yesterday after
a short stay in our city, since the
passing of her brother, Dr." W. V.
Newsom, last Thursday.
. Mr. and Mrs. T. Becker of Holder
spent yesterday in our city, -visiting
with friends and shopping.
Miss Adele Bittinger will entertain
the young ladies' auction club tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow afternoon at the residence of
Mrs. Jake Brown instead of on Fri Friday,
day, Friday, which is the regular club day.
Dr. and Mrs. S. II. Blitch, Miss
Legie Blitch and Mrs. B. R. Blitch
and' Mr. Earl Phillips of Blitchton,
formed an auto party, to Ocala today.
They announce that Mr. Loonis
Blitch, who was injured in a football
game at Valdosta, Ga.; some days
ago'is rapidly improving in the hos hospital
pital hospital at Lake City.
Miss Mary Gates has received a
letter from Miss Frances Rowley, her
former assistant in the kindergarten
here. Miss Rowley has just returned
to her home in San Mateo from a
pleasant visit to New York.
Mrs. Jack Zimmerman and son,
Master Jack Zimmerman of Arcadia,
willcome up the first of next week to
spend some time as the guest of Mrs.
Zimmerman's parents, Mr. and Mrs.
Goodyear and family.
Mrs. J. W. Carr and daughters left
yesterday afternoon for Savannah, to
make their future home.
Mrs. Geo. K. Robinson' entertained
the ladies' auction club this after afternoon
noon afternoon most charmingly at her home
assisted by her daughters, Miss Hope
Robinson and Mrs. Mills-Price of
Boston. The two tables for the play players
ers players were placed in the attractive par parlor
lor parlor of the home and enjoying the sev several
eral several hours of fascinating' auction
were Mrs. Ernest Crook, Mrs. F. T.
Schreiber, Mrs. Chambers, Misses
Lou and Minnie Gamsby and Abbie
Munroe. A pretty deck of Congress
playing cards was given to the one
holding the highest score. A refresh
ing menu was served at the conclus
ion of the afternoon's pleasures.
'Why. Do Business
TP 1 V
it is a significant fact that the business men of every community iii
Florida, which has a Florida Citrus Exchange packing house, proudly
advertise this fact to the world.
There is equal significance in the fact that nurserymen, packing house
machinery men and others whose future success depends on the pros prosperity
perity prosperity of the citrus industry, are consistent boosters of the Exchange.
No less is it significant that bankers, land company operators, news newspapers
papers newspapers and others interested in bringing to Florida men and money
for the further development of the State, make a great deal of trie
Exchange as the key to the future.
These things "would not be true, and the keenest business men of
Florida today would not be such staunch supporters of the Florida
Citrus Exchange, if in their judgment it had failed to do the work
for which it was founded. j
The degree of success which can be attained byj the Exchange in the
future working out and execution of plans for the good of the citrus
industry in Florida depends upon the measure of support it receives
from the growers of the State, and with control of fifty per cent or
more of the citrus fruits grown in Florida it can do twice as well for
its grower-members as with twenty-five per cent.
Now is the time to add your support to that of your fellow-growers m
making bigger and better the Florida Citrus Exchange the only truly
co-operative body now at work for citrus Florida. Put your fruit in
the Exchange and sell it yourself you will have as much voice in the
organization as any other member. See the manager of your local
association, if there is one in your community, otherwise communi communicate
cate communicate with this office.
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tampa, Florida
(Conuded on Fourth Page)
Many of the sick and afflicted are
bein'r restored to health by Chiro
practic adjustments, so can you.
Charles E. Kiplinger
Rooms 20-21 Holder Building
OCALA - - FLORIDA
What Have You to Offer
farm in the heart of the famous Man
atee River trucking section ?
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Ansley of!
Tampa, were registered at the Har
rington yesterday en route to their
home from a business visit to Jack
sonville and Gainesville. Mr. and
Mrs. Ansley are touring in their
machine and have had a delightful i that is worth $5000 for my
Mrs. Clara Moore Pyles left this
afternoon for "an indefinite visit tot
friends at her mother's old home at
Moberly, Mo., perhaps spending all ; Ocala,
Mrs. C. L. Moore left today to
spend some time with her daughter,
Mrs. E. C. Staley and family at Pal Palmetto.
metto. Palmetto. Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski Jr.
of Tampa will arrive tomorrow for a
ten days' visit to Mr., and Mrs. W. K.
Zewadski Sr. They will be aecom-
Owner, Box 505
Melver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
PUG'S ES 47, 104, 305
(Continued from Second Page)
he clutches tne deer dead Closer, leeis
it to ascertain if it has been injured,
and his trembling hand closes upon the
The roof has crushed, maimed and
pinioned down a score of- men and
women who but a moment before mur
derously sought one another's lives.
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Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Sto Leo Go
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile tast of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
.'v. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
. A. C L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERfil OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 5, 191 5
White Star line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY- nAULING DONE
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
COIJLIER BROS., Proprietors
"A gypsy woman bereft of reason in
Some lie crushed to death's stillness be
neath the wreckage. Of these there is
one stalwart young man In auto cos
tame. His face, blanched in death or
unconsciousness, is cameo-like. It is
Arthur Stanley. A great timber is
across his chest, and he is crushed and
"Are you hurt, dearie?' asks Kansas
Em, turning to Esther from the sick
ening sight of the wreckage and the
hideous cries which still rise loudly
Esther is sick and faint "I am not
hurt," she said tremulously, "but where
Ls Arthur? Has he escaped? Is he
"Was he your friend?" asked Kansas
Em. "Why, that's the boss, Mr. John
Powell, the millionaire, who has just
bought the mines around here. He had
just arrived when this broke loose. Is
he your friend?"
Esther could have said that the young
man known as John Powell was her
only friend in all the world, save the
poor Italian. Quabba, and a gypsy wo woman
man woman bereft of reason in faroff Rich Richmond.
mond. Richmond. But Esther said no word, but
sped to the ruins and fought her way
through several groups of men and
women, who, coming to their senses,
were beginning the work of rescue in
the face of the flames that were now
bursting oot in several places In the
The crackling fire shed Its light
among the ruins and down in such In Interstices
terstices Interstices as where Esther thrust her herself
self herself in search of Arthur. Those who
were pinned In the wreckage and were
conscious of the added- peril of fire
screamed and begged for aid and
Broadway and 14th Street.
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A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European Plana.
SPECIAL WEEKLY RATES
American Plan, $2 per Bay.
and up .
European Plan, $1 per Day
CHURCHILL & COMPANY
There was no cry from the pinioned
man whom Esther sought and whom
she found. As one dead he lay, half
covered by the wreckage, but win face
tmscarred and undlsfigured. Already
the red edges of fire were creeping
near to him. Esther grasped at his
shoulders, but the task was beyond her
strength until Quabba and their friend,
the outcast Kansas Em, joined their
efforts with hers. Together they drag dragged
ged dragged the unconscious man from the
burning ruins of the dance halL Men
were arriving with stretchers from the
mine, and upon one of these Arthur
was placed, and then Esther, her
strength and resolution leaving her.
feels a deadly numbness come swiftly
(To be Continued)
W. K. Lane, in. Physician and
Sursreon. sDecialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Buildinz, Ocala,
Is the most acceptiable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent
YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
LY PROMPTLY DONE
Come early before the rush begins.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, tha best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 17, 1915
GC AL A OCCURENCES
Masons meet tomorrow night.
Call and see the new electric globes
at the Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
Two members of the "Pillar of
Fire," claiming to follow Salvation
army methods, are in town.
. For electric light globes see the
Marion Hardware Company. 11-16
State Auditor Amos and Assistant
Auditor Mcintosh are in town, check checking
ing checking up the county officials.
Try one cf those Irosted pints of
Piitst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
W. D. Upshaw, of Atlanta, one of
the foremost temperance workers of
the South, will be here on the 26th to
start a six-day meeting in behalf of
Fresh Rape seed just received at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
The Peninsula Club is going to is issue
sue issue a booklet, setting forth the beau beauties
ties beauties and advantages of Ocala and
Marion county. It is going to be the
daintiest thing in the way of a book booklet
let booklet ever issued in Florida.
Galvin's Orange Cocoanut creams,
40 cents a pound at Gerig's Drug
Mr. and Mrs. Elbert Mills accom accompanied
panied accompanied by their son, Elbert Jr. and
little Miss Bertie, are among the
visitors in Ocala today f rom the
western section of the county. Mr.
Mills is proud of the stand takeiTby
the Star in the recent efforts to divide
the county and also proud of the out
come of the contest, as he wants to
continue his residence in the banner
county of Florida indefinitely.
Syrup cans, all
Magnolia meat market, phone 167,
North Magnolia street, opposite Flor
ida House, fresh oysters, fish 'and
tlorida urowers' liye seed, any
i quantity, at the Ocala Seed Store, tf
Any two employees of the Banner
V office can "drink on the house" by
presenting this notice and calling for
bottled Coca.-Cola at the Dixie Cafe.
The Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
Get a Barler oil heater and keep
your room cozy and warm. Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
Mr. J; H. Pearce of Berlin was
; among the Star's pleasant callers to today,
day, today, and joined his congratulations
with those this paper is receiving ev every
ery every day on the stand it has taken on
the wet or dry issue.
Carter's Delicious Cake
Buy it for the children's sake.
It is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them s.11 the time,
tf Carter's Bakery.
.Auto tires, tubes and spark plugs.
Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
. Hunting season opens Nov. 20th.
Buy guns, Ieggins, hunting coats and
shells now and be ready. Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
12920 OF ISfiiiy
MiaitiQO m asms
In the expectant mother's mind lliero
Is co limit to what the future has in store,
and vet durlnsr the ne-
"; J riod of expectancy,
&? cinch depends upon
iSi tii3 physical comfort cf
,4f. the mother. One of tha
best aid3 Is a remedy
known as "Mothers
Friend." Applied over
rv i ; r fit -jw iv r?
tlis muscles, it pene penetrates
trates penetrates to the net work
fif Ti.rvrsl rplipvpa tha
iJ pairs incident to
1 c-1 -t i gP (wr1 one!
"Jj i lijrament. taakes them
ft tuar.E, inauces aatiy
& calm mind" ard p'essnr.t anticipation. You
use it with your own Land, apply it as need needed,
ed, needed, and at once fcl a sense of relief.
Mothers who" t:ive learned all this froru
experience tell cf the biessed relief from
morning sickness, tn3 alwen.ee of strain and
the undoubted I.enJlLTnl ir-Huenco Imparted to
the cominar baby.
Get a bottle- cf tL!. splendid heTa today.
Phone your nearest drngrgrist or Bend for it.
Then write Brad field Regulator Co., 404 La Lamar.
mar. Lamar. Bid"., Atlanta, Ga., for a valuable book
of Instruction for expectant mothers.
"Another s i-nenrt is recommended every
where by women who lave used it. Ami you
, can read some very interesting letters if you.
write tor uua dock.
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CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any' Other
Contractor in the citr.
The following reports of tempera
ture and rainfall are made to the Star
y the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
Max. Min. Rain
November. 1 .79 55 .
November 2 ........79 57 ..
November 3 . ... .78 54 ......
November 4 ... .... .76 56
November 5 ...78 52
November 6 .77 51 ..
November 7 ....80 72 .
November 8 ..... .79 59
November 9 81 57 ..
November 10 .. .81 57
November 11 .... . .85 58
November 12 .......82 63 ..
November 13 ...... .80 59
November 14 ..... .79 66 .
November 15 ....... 78 59
November 1 6 ....... 71 55 .17
Partly cloudy tonight, probably
rain central and south portions."
A Church Social
A social will be given Friday night,
Nov. 19th, at the home of Mr.. J. E.
Baxter (the Geiger homestead) three
miles out on the Silver Springs road,
for the benefit of the neighborhood
church. Taffy candy and peanuts will
be sold and a cane grinding enjoyed.
All are invited to attend.
On the occasion of a recent visit to
Gainesville, a Star representative
met Mr. George M. Blitch, who was
the guest of his daughter, Mrs
Mazie Lyles, in that pretty town. Mr
and Mrs. Blitch are now sojourning
at Irvine, which is one of the best
localities in north central Marion.
For plumbing ana electrical work
see' H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
Mr. A. R. Griffin, of Anthony, is
among the visitors in town today. He
is accompanied by his son,. Mr. R. H,
Griffin, who recently came down from
Salsbury, N. C, with his family for
a visit to his parents at Anthony. He
has disposed of his interests in a large
coal business in Spartanburg to the
Southern Utilities Co., and will prob
ably enter business in Florida.
Mr. Bethel Gallagher and Mr. La
Grange Sistrunk left this morning
for Leesburg, Eustis and vicinity in
the former's car on a few days' busi
There was some excitement over a
the courthouse this afternoon. Dave
Jackson, 'a colored man from Ken
drick, who admitted he had paid his
son's poiltax, came in and wanted the
money refunded. Tax Collector Col
bert is willing to excuse, any man who
mistakes thru ignorance, but suspect
ing this man was acting- for other?.
he took out a warrant for him. On
Teaming he was to be arrested, Jack
son took to his heels, but was over
taken and brought back. He is held
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
. SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Young mare, wagon,
buggy and harness; also Indian
motorcycle. Apply Meadows' Repair
OFFICE WORK WANTED Capa Capable
ble Capable young man wishes extra office
work to do between the hours of 8 a.
m. and 2:30 p. m. Phone or call the
FOR RENT Mrs. Law's twelve-room
house on Fort King avenue, partly
furnished. Stephen Jewett. 17-4t
LOST Since Nov. 10th, milk cow;
dark red; black face;" bell and rope
around the horns; also strap around
one leg. Address Winter, Eastlake,
FOR RENT Six-room cottage, good
location; modern conveniences, $10
per month. Apply to Mrs. R. L. Car Carter,
ter, Carter, 211 W. 5th St. 11-12
WANTED TO RENT Suit of fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeeping;
modern conveniences and good loca location
tion location required. Address Box 383,
Ocala, Fla. ll-12-6t
FOR SALE Horse and Buggy. A
six-year-old, highly bred horse with
either surrey or buggy, as may be
preferred, for sale cheap for cash.
Horse is a fine saddle animal or for
buggy, surrey or any other purpose;
gentle and reliable. Apply to O. B.
Howse, Ocala, Fla. 11-tf
WANTED Bright young wan who
can give" short time daily to office
work. Offers good opportunity to a
hustler. R. A. X., Care Star. 11-tf
FOR SALE At a great bargain, Ear Early
ly Early English dining room set, consisting
of china cabinet, sideboard, 12-foot
extension table and eight chairs, Ap Apply
ply Apply at Star office. 8-lt.
FOR RENT Cozy, 5-room cottage,
electric lights, bathroom, etc; $12 a
month. Call 164. 118-tf
FOR SALE One good second hand
piano in excellent condition; very
(Continued from Second Page )
The judiciary committee by Mr. G.
A. Nash reported unfavorably on the
Osceola street railroad ordinance, and
that matter was dropped in its pres
On motion of Mr. Gerig, seconded
by Mr. Tompkins, the clerk was in instructed
structed instructed to write the division super
intendent of the S. A. L. railway and
demand that a flagman be placed on
Exposition street at the crossing
during the entire period of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair, to prevent acci accidents.
dents. accidents. The police committee reported in
the matter of a bill against one of the
policemen, stating that in their opin opinion
ion opinion the resolution of the council con contemplated
templated contemplated requiring city officials to
pay their current living and house
hold bills and did not go as far as to
require them to pay business obliga obligations
tions obligations outside.
Matter of police protection at the
fair next week was brought up. The
matter was left in the hands of the
police committee to give the fair
management such extra police as it
The street committee made its -re
port. It was recommended that the
Ocala National Bank be required to
connect its roof pipes to its deep
well, instead of allowing the water to
run out in the alley. That Mr. Ditto's
claim of the sewerage work trespass
ing on property owned by him was a
just one; that the S. A. L. railway
company's fence in southwest Ocala,
near the lime pit, infringed on a pub public
lic public street. The clerk was instructed
to inform the railroad company of
this condition and ask it to have it
The light and water committee
made its report. It recommended that
the request for rebate on wajer bill
at the Bell flats be refused. The re
port was adopted.
Mr. Meffert stated that he had hop
ed for a report from the bond trus trustees
tees trustees in the matter of the light and
water bonds, but the report had not
yet been made.
The council then adjourned to
Tuesday night, Nov. 23th, when com
plaints, if any, will be heard of voters
erroneously stricken from the regis
reasonable terms. Apply at the Star
FOR ; RENT A six-room and bath.
completely. ): furnished, well located
residence, with every convenience, in including
cluding including garage, for rent for not less
than four months. Address "Furnish
ed Residence," care the Star. 13-tf
FOR SALE At a bargain, runabout
Maxwell car. Address "X," care the
Star. 10-12-tf '. .'
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house
keeping. ; Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
LAND TO RENT A ten acre tract
two miles put, ; fronting on Silver
Springs .boulevard; fenced. Will be
rented on jshares. : Apply to R. R,
Carroll, Star office. 9-30-tf
FOR SALE One pair Toledo com
puting scales used three months; one
National cash register. Both in ex
cellent condition. Will sell either or
both very cheap for cash. -Apply E.
G. Rivers, Box 34, Ocala, Fla. 18-3t
WOOD For first class wood of
any size or length, call phone 3M
four rings. J. M. Potter. tf
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf
Lost A heavy gold Chi Psi frater
nity pin, set with pearls. Finder wil
receive liberal reward by returning
same to Star office. 17-6t
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS
If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-upholstered, re-polished
or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala.
DISTRESS IN THE STOMACH
There are many people who have a
distress in the stomach after meals.
It is due to indigestion and easily
remedied by taking one of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets after meals. Mrs.
Henry Padghan, Victor, N. Y.,
writes: "For some time I was trou troubled
bled troubled with headache and distress in my
stomach after eating, also with con constipation.
stipation. constipation. About six months ago I
began taking Chamberlain's Tablets.
They regulated the action of my
bowels and the headache and other
annoyances ceased in a short time."
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Save auto troubles buy Diamond
tires and tubes from the Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
Unlimited quantities of White Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda Onion plants at 20 cents per
hundred, or $1 per thousand. Phone
14. BITTING & CO.,
3t N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.
BEWARE CHEAP- SUBSTITUTES
- In these days of keen competition
it is important that the' public should
see that they get Chamberlain's
cough remedy and not take substi substitutes
tutes substitutes sold for the sake of extra profit.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
stood the test and been approved for
more than forty years. Obtainable
U UAL AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
The third .day of the better babies
contest has been a record day, twenty-four
youngsters being put through
the "grill" and seemingly each little
fellow trying hi3 best to behave bet better
ter better than the other, for thi3 morning
during the reporter's visit there was
not a squeak from any of the twelve
ittle ones that were then being ex
amined. To date there have been 67
examinations and every one happy.
The committee and its chairman are
the busiest ladies in the city and are
rounding out a wonderful work. On
Saturday afternoon at the Temple,
under the auspices of the health com committee
mittee committee an interesting program will
be given and it is to be hoped that
every parent in the county will awail
themselves of the privilege of this
free lecture, which will be brim-full
of information that all should know.
The program is as follows:
Instrumental selection by Miss
Lecture on "Hook Worm," by Dr.
C. A. Young of Plant City.
Song selection by Miss Cecile
Lecture on "Tuberculosis" by Mrs.
Mary Spencer of Gainesville.
Song selection by Mrs. H. M.
Delivery of the better baby report
by Dr. Crigler of Tampa.
This occasion is free to every one
and it is sincerely hoped that these
able lecturers and health officers will
be greeted by one of the largest au audiences
diences audiences ever assembled in the theater.
Please be there promptly at 3 o'clock
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Christian church met yesterday and
enjoyed a spend the day party with
Mrs. C. E. Winston and her mother,
Mrs. Whitfield, the occasion being for
the purpose of preparing the meats to
be used at their lunch stand during
fair week. Some fourteen ladies re responded
sponded responded to the call of the chairman
and all were promptly on hand at the
appointed hour, with wash dresses
and immense kitchen aprons on. At
a large table placed in the nooky
back yard of Mrs. Winston's pretty
home, the fun began when twenty
chickens and five big turkeys with
more to come were brought forth
from the execution block for fair
fingers to pick. My! how the feathers
flew and fun ran riot until long past
the usual lunch time. At last when
all the birds were dressed, salted and
peppered they were sent to cold stor storage
age storage to await their turn for the oven
and their final serving at the tables
by these good ladies who have under undertaken
taken undertaken the great task of furnishing
those delicious dinners that have be become
come become famous td! the patrons of the
Marion County Fair.- Then Mrs.
Winston, assisted by her mother,
served in the dining room, which was
made most attractive, an elegant
dinner. This brought to a climax one
of the most unique "parties" ever
given in this city. To say how much
the affair was enjoyed would be im impossible.
possible. impossible. It was great and thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly enjoyable.
Mrs. J. R. Moorhead has returned
from a short business trip to Citra,
where she went in the interest of the
canning club work. She reports great
enthusiasm in Citra over the school
children's parade in this city during
the fair, and has the assurance of Mr.
Wartmann that -efforts will be made
to have the school children of Citra
here in a body on that day to partic participate
ipate participate in the parade.
' ; '
The ladies of the Methodist church
will hold a fancy work sale on the
veranda of the Ocala House on the
morning of December 10th. They
have been working diligently all the
year and have a magnificent selection
of beautiful as well as ornamental
articles which they will offer at most
reasonable prices on that date.
A large delegation from this city
is; expecting to go to Gainesville to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow to witness the Florida-Tulane
football game. The ball tomorrow
night in that city will eclipse any
social event of the season and will be
largely attended by many, persons
from all sections of the state.
The members of the Jingo Club
will entertain Friday evening at tha
Woman's Club, the invitation list in including
cluding including several of their friends.
Mrs. T. T. Munroe spent a restful
night and is doing well today.
Mrs. Marian D. Harris expects to
go in a few 'days to Gainesville and
make that city her home.
To the Members of the Boys Corn
The express company, will bring
your exhibit to the fair free, if you
will send it to me in care of the sec secretary
retary secretary of the fair association. I hope
every one of you will get your corn
to the fair by the 22nd of November
- Very truly yours
S. J. McCully,
ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS
This office will make close prices
on sets of tickets for orange packers
for the coming season. Write us for
samples and prices.
d&w tf The Ocala Stari
We, the officers, teachers and
scholars of the Presbyterian Sabbath
school of Candler, Fla., feel moved to
express our sense of loss in the call calling
ing calling from labor to reward of our be beloved
loved beloved superintendent and cb-vorker,
Elizabeth Olive Worrick, wife of our
brother, the Rev. E. G. McKinley.,
We respected her. highly for her
sterling worth of character, we be believed
lieved believed thoroughly in her sincerity of
motive and devotion to the work of
the Master's kingdom; we appreciat appreciated
ed appreciated her good judgment in matters of
Sabbath school work; we found her
unselfishly lo'yal to the best interests
of the school and were glad to work
under her leadership.
While we recognize the fact that
our Divine Lord never inflicts irre irreparable
parable irreparable loss in His church, or His
people, yet we feel that it will be dif difficultif
ficultif difficultif not humanly impossible
to fill her place in the ranks. But
the same steadfast faith and acquies acquiescence
cence acquiescence in the will of the Father, which
sustained and moved her, prompts us
humbly to bow to His decree, sorrow sorrowfully,
fully, sorrowfully, yet trustingly, to accept Hi3
will, prayerfully to await His guid guidance,
ance, guidance, and earnestly to take up the
burdens of the work, hoping that the
"mantle" which has fallen from her
may rest on us with a "double por portion"
tion" portion" of the spirit of efficiency.
We are grateful for the years of
her active and fruitful leadership.
Our prayer is that her memory may
be in us an inspiration to do our best
and that, henceforth, our consecration
to the work may be more complete.
We extend to her greatly bereaved
husband, our beloved brother and
fellow laborer, the assurance of our
prayers and of our heartfelt sym sympathy
pathy sympathy in this his hour of sorrow. May
He who "maketh all things work to together
gether together for good to those who love
Him" make this providence to work
for the highest well being of us all
and for the truest advancement of
His kingdom of grace and redemp redemption.
tion. redemption. We would inscribe on our records
this tribute to the memory of our
late superintendent, who "being dead
yet speaketh," and would place in the
hands of Brother McKinley, and of
her bereaved father, Elder Worrick, a
copy of the same in token of -our
A. N. Belcher,
Mrs. E. Herron, Sec'y Sec'y-Mrs.
Mrs. Sec'y-Mrs. George Thompson,
Bergen B. Staats, Com.
Enacted this, the fourteenth day of
November, nineteen hundred and fif fifteen.
Anyone having magazines about
the house which they can spare, will i
please notify Mrs. E. A. Osborne,
chairman of the social service cora-
. ( THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 18 )
To the finst fifty customers en entering
tering entering our store at the opening hour
9 A. ft.
we will sell one dozen Men's White,
Soft Finished, Hemstitched
are 5c values therefore you
M. BAKER &
FRANK'S MEN'S STORE
- V -
LL LADIES' READY-TO-
Stock in our
mittee of the Woman's Club, who will
see that they get into the hands of
people who cannot or do not take
iHAT OCALA WANTS
A Statement from One of Our Well Well-Known
Known Well-Known Citizens
Stop right here this is the proof
you've been seeking. Mr. Ashley, a
well-known Ocala citizen, gladly
states his opinion of Doan's Kidney
Pills for the benefit of his fellow
townsmen. His story is one you can
easily investigate. Read It.
11. J. -Ashley, prop., of the Ashley
Shoet Metal Works, Ocala, says: "I
usd Doan's Kidney Pills, procured
at Gerig's Drug Store, and found
them to be just as represented. They
soon relieved me of backache and
disordered kidneys. I think if taken
as directed, Doan's Kidney Pills, will
cure most any ordinary case of kid kidney
ney kidney complaint and I don't hesitate
giving my name praising them."
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney JPill3 the same that
Mr. Ashley had.' Foster-Milburn Co.,
Props., Buffalo. N. Y. 1
1915 state and county tax books
are now open.
2 per cent discount for November
payments and one per cent discount
for December payments.
Be sure and bring or send a correct
description of your property when
you inquire about your taxes and
when you pay them, thus reducing
the possibilit yof an error to the
W. L. Colbert,
11-1-lm Tax Collector.
Fresh seeds pf all kinds at. tha
Ocala Seed Store. 20-tf
store will be
Butter Nut Bread has the riht taste;
None of it ever goes to waste.
It is so pure, wholesome and good;
For health it's the very best food,
tf -,. Carter's Bakery.
. Farmers, before killing your hogs
buy lard cans from the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Company. 11-16
HOW TO PREVENT CROUP
It may be a surprise to you to
learn that in many cases croup can be
prevented. Mrs. H. M. Johns, Elida,
Ohio, relates her experience as fol follows:
lows: follows: "My little boy is subject to
croup. During the past winter I kept
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cocgb
Remedy in the house, and when he be began
gan began having that croupy cough I
would give him one or two doses of
it and it would break the attack. I
life it better for children than any
other cough medicine because 'chil 'children
dren 'children take it willingly, and it is safe
and reliable." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
( This is a medicine intended -espe-
cauy ior stomacn irouoies, diuous diuous-ne:;s.
ne:;s. diuous-ne:;s. rnd constipation. It is meeting
with much success and rapidly gain gain-in
in gain-in r in -favor and popularity. Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adx.
Oil stoves, wood stoves, coal stoves
at the Marion Hardware Co. 11-13
W. K. Lane. ill. D., Physician and
"iurjreon, Fper?2list Eye, Ear, Noee and
Throat. LawLibrary Buildinsr. Ocala,
Pab?t Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Be sure to register at the Rexall
Store at the fair. 11-16
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