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VOL.21. OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915 NO. 276
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE A
SERBIANS MAY YET HOLD OR
MAY HAVE LOST THE CITY
London, Nov. 20, An Athens dis
patch to the Exchange Telegraph Co.
says that Serbian troops at Monastir
succeeded 'yesterday in advancing
about four and two-thirds miles. The
telegram adds that the intentions to toward
ward toward Monastir of the Bulgarians who
have occupied Perlepe are unknown.
Although no official confirmation
has been received of the report that
the Bulgarians have captured Mon Monastir,
astir, Monastir, little hope is felt here that the
announcement is premature. The im impression
pression impression is growing that the Allies
arrived too late to aid the Serbians.
The Serbian military situation is go going
ing going from bad to worse. In the north
the main Serbian armies are giving
way slowly before the battering of
the Teutonic forces, which probably
would move faster is the weather waa
better. It is established that if the
Bulgarians have taken Perlepe Mon Monastir
astir Monastir would be untenable.
ANGLO-FRENCH TROOPS ARE
The Anglo-French armies based on
Saloniki seem doing no better than
to hold their positions. An optimistic
feeling regarding the diplomatic sit situation
uation situation with Greece persists-. Reasons
for this optimism continue obscure,
WEATHER CLOGS THE WAR
The weather has intervened again
in Russia. Little activity is reoprted
on any of the fronts. :'
GERMANS CAPTURE MORE SERB
Berlin, Nov. 20. The war office
announces the capture of 2,800 more
SQUARE THING DONE
BY THE SEABOARD
Flagman will be Placed at Exposition
Street Crossing During the Fair
The following letter was received
by the city government today.
. ; Seaboard Air Line Railway
Flagman for West Broadway, during
. : .Fair.
Tampa, Nov. 18, 1915. ps
Mr. H. C. Sistrunk, City Clerk, Ocala.
Dear Sir: I beg to acknowledge re receipt
ceipt receipt of your lettBr November 17th.
I have this morning written our
agent to provide a crossing flagman
as referred to in your letter.
I sincerely trust that the Marion
County Fair will be a success. I
know it could not be otherwise with
its magnificent management, and I
hope I will have the opportunity to
spend at least one day at the Fair.
With kind personal regards,
Yours very truly
T. W. Parsons, Supt.
TROUBLE BETWEEN LABOR,
American Federation Narrowly Es Es-'
' Es-' caped Losing 200,000 Members
San Francisco, Nov. 20. By adopt adopting
ing adopting resolutions offering a solution to
the trouble between the Machinists'
Union and the United Brotherhood of
Carpenters and Joiners, the Ameri American
can American Federation of Labor avoided los losing
ing losing 200,000 members. The resolution
was substituted for one calling for
the withdrawal of the carpenters'
charter. Officials declared the adop adoption
tion adoption of the resolution withdrawing the
charter would disrupt the federation.
BUSINESS IS BRISK AT
Our sale has thus far been a suc success
cess success in every sense of the word, and
the public has not been slow to see
the immense saving of buying goods
at the first pf the season instead of
the end at sacrifice prices. We solicit
your continuance of the past few
days' most extraordinary trade.
The first two attaches of the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Board of Trade who reach
the store of the Cam-Thomas com company
pany company with this clipping will be treat treated
ed treated to invigorating Coca-Cola in bot bottles,
tles, bottles, at the expense of the Ocala
Coca-Cola Bottling Works. It
SUB CHAS M
CLOSE CALL FOR THE VERONA
OFF THE SPANISH COAST
Madrid," Nov. 20. A telegram re received
ceived received today gives news of a wireless
message said to have been sent out by
the Italian' steamer Verona, stating
that she is being pursued by, a large
submarine with two periscopes. Ac According
cording According to the telegram the sub submarine
marine submarine is accompanied by a steamer.
The Verona's position is given as lat latitude
itude latitude 40, longitude 6, off Cabopalo.
The telegram was received from
Soller on Majorca Island -in the Med Mediterranean
iterranean Mediterranean off the Spanish coast.
VIEW THE CORPSE
Of Hillstrom, Shot 4to Death by Unit United
ed United States Authorities V
Salt Lake City, Nov. 20. Scores of
friends and hundreds of the curious
view the body of Joseph Hillstrom,
who was shot for murder yesterday.
The Industrial Workers of tEe World
will hold services Sunday and ship
the body to Chicago, to be "buried
outside of Utah," as Hillstrom re
HARVARD IS PROVING
V TOO MANY FOR YALE
(Associated Press i
Cambridge, Mass., Nov. 20. The
score at the end of the first period of
the football game between Harvard
and Yale is Harvard, 13; Yale, 0.
JIMBOB IS A GEM
Messrs. Robert Clarkson and James
Taylor launched their handsome new,
high power motor boat into the crys crystal
tal crystal waters of Silver Springs yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon, in the presence of
quite a crowd of friends and relatives.
Collier brothers hauled the boat to the
Springs from Mr. Clarkson 's home,
where it was built, and launched it
right off the wheels of the wagon,
the vehicle having been backed out
into the water.
The boat was christened "Jimbob,"
a name coined from those of the own owners
ers owners and builders, Jim Taylor and Bob
Clarkson, and was christened by Mr.
Clarkson's baby brother, Harry, by
the breaking of a bottle of ginger
which foamed just like a bottle of
champagns and had lots more "gin "ginger"
ger" "ginger" in its make-up, and that is some
thing this boat is filled with, for she
is equipped with a high power motor
and will develop great speed.
The boat' is 24 feet long and will
seat a dozen passengers comfor comfortably.
tably. comfortably. She steers with an automatic
wheel and the powerful machinery is
all housed in and' concealed under the
long, forward deck. The boat was de
signed and built entirely by the own owners,
ers, owners, mostly by Mr. Clarkson. The
lumber was all cut at Taylor's mill
and is of the most beautiful woods,
many different kinds of both hard and
soft woods being used. The lines of
the boat are very graceful. There is
not an ungraceful point, about her,
and the finish and fittings t are per perfect.
fect. perfect. Her young builders have a ves vessel
sel vessel that they may well be proud of,
and all the more so, that she is en entirely
tirely entirely ,their own handiwork and
There is no better built or finer
finished pleasure boat on the Springs
or river than the "Jombob" and the
builders and their friends will spend
many a pleasant hour riding in her.
WHY PAY FAIR?
During fair week we will give a
free ticket to the fair with every Five
Dollar purchase of shoes or hosiery.
18-6t Little's Shoe Parlor.
Mayor Robertson and Mr. H. W.
Tucker were up and out early this
morning. They went over in the big
scrub, killed a fine buck and were
back in time for dinner.
At the Temple tonight is the Pathe
News and Cartoons, always extra in interesting,
teresting, interesting, and "My Lost One," a par particularly
ticularly particularly fine Broadway drama. Then
there are two mighty funny comics,
all making up an excellent bill for
the afternoon and evening.
ABOUT 10 BREAK
THE III ICE
SLENDER TIES BETWEEN ITALY
AND GERMANY MAY BE
(Associated Press i
London, Nov. 20. The "Central
News correspondent at Berne, Switz Switzerland,
erland, Switzerland, telegraphs:
Diplomats understand that an Ital Italian
ian Italian declaration of war on Germany is
only a matter of hours.
VICTORY SEEMS TO HAVE DEF DEFINITELY
INITELY DEFINITELY DEPARTED FROM
Douglas, Ariz., Nov. 20. Cananea
is surrounded by Carranza troops en endeavoring
deavoring endeavoring to cut off Villa forces un under
der under Rodriguez, according to advices
to Carranza officials here. The claim
is made that the battle in that part
of Sonora is turning in Obregon's
favor. Indications of another Car Carranza
ranza Carranza victory are apparent, officials
said, in advices stating that Villa's
main army at Nermosila has been
cut off with communication with
Nogales on the border.
SEVERE STORM SWEPT
THE EASTERN STATES
High Wind and Heavy Rain Yester Yesterday
day Yesterday from Florida to New
New York, Nov. 20. Gales ac accompanied
companied accompanied by rain swept over New
York, New Jersey, Pennsylvania and
the .New England states yesterday,
seriously interfering with telegraphic
communication in many places, and
endangering hipping along the coast.
Conditions in thees states, termed
"the most unusual in many years" by
the weather bureau, were created 'by
a heavy storm moving in a north northwesterly
westerly northwesterly direction up -the' coast and
another storm of almost equal inten
sity moving east and slightly north
from the Ohio valley.
As these two storms moved toward
New England a low pressure area ex extending
tending extending from Southern Pennsylvania
to Maine was created. At New York
city the wind at 8 a. m. had a velocity
of between 60 and 65 miles an hour.
Similar heavy winds were reported
from various points over the low
pressure area. At 7! o'clock last
night it was blowing 48 miles per
OF MR. CROWELL
The funeral services of Mr. W. D.
Crowell, who died at the hospital yes yesterday
terday yesterday was held at the Mclver & Mac-
Kay chapel at 11 o'clock this forenoon
with Rev. Herndon, of the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church conducting the services.
After a short service at the chapel
the body was conducted to Greenwood
cemetery, where the local, lodge of
Odd Fellows held their ritualistic bur
The pall bearers were Messrs. W.
L. Colbert, Jake Brown, J. W. Dodge,
Chas. W. Smith, W. C. Blanchard and
L. F. Ballard.
Mr. Crowell, was born in' Illinois
eighty-three years ago, and for the
past four years has been a resident of
Marion county. He leaves a wife and
three sons, one of the latter, being
present at the funeral.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED ?
A middle aged man with four young
daughters wishes a steady, middle middle-aged
aged middle-aged white woman who can give best
of references to keep house for him.
She would be required to do the house
work with the assistance of the girls,
who attend school. A good home for
the right woman. Do not reply to
this advertisement unless you would
care, to keep the position permanent permanently.
ly. permanently. If interested, write to G. L.
Chandler, 610 Palm Avenue, Miami,
Florida, or inquire at the Star office
for particulars. ll-19-tf-d&w
Mr. J. G. Kichline of Eastlake was
in town yesterday.
WHAT WE 111
SHOULD WE FAIL TO VOTE
COUNTY DRY ON DECEMBER
As our readers, will remember, in
an article a few days ago we express
ed the opinion that should Marion
county go wet December 7th, it would
soon be found that the Davis law had
brought about a worse state of affairs
than we had when the saloons ran on
the old system. A very good proof of
our claim may be found in the fol following
lowing following dispatch from Pensacola to
DAVIS LAW INCREASES DAMP DAMP-.
. DAMP-. NESS
Pensacola, Nov. 16- The Davis
package law, passed by the last legis legislature
lature legislature and designed to curtail the op operations
erations operations of saloons by compelling
them to close at 6 p. m., sell only in
packages of not less than one-half
pint and do sundry other things hes,
instead of putting an end to drinking
really opened up the saloon, that is
so far as Pensacola is concerned, for
down in the middle of the new law is
what might be termed a "joker."
This section licenses serving clubs and
fails to put any regulation on their
hours. As a result most of the sa saloons
loons saloons have moved. At least have
moved their stocks to some adjoining
building or one nearby and there the
liquors; are sold to be served in the
serving clubs. The latter occupy the
places of the saloons and as a re result
sult result drinks are served over the bars
at all hours of the day and night, in
cluding Sunday. Persons desiring to
do sb can order their liquors during
tho day, and they will be served at
the serving club. Heretofore the city
has compelled all saloons to close
their doors at 10 p. m., and not to open
until 5 a. m. Under the new condi
tion- of affairs the city i is powerless
in the premises and the saloons re
main open throughout the night as
well as all day Sunday
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
L. Moreton Murray, superintendent.
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7 p. m. V-t
Junior Society, 2:30 p. m.
Mid-week service, Wednesday, 7 p.
m. .. ;
The pastor will preach tomorrow at
11 a. m. on "The Death, of Christ"
and at 7 p. m. on "The Resurrection
of Christ." The public is cordially
invited to worship with us.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.
SUNDAY SERVICES AT
THE BAPTIST CHURCH
9:30 a. m. Sunday' school.
11 a.lm. Preaching by the pastor.
Topic, "The Problem of Habits."
6:45 p m. Preaching Service.
Topic, "The Problem of Amuse Amusements."
ments." Amusements." 7:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
Please notice that the preaching
service at night i3 at 6:45.
Come on time.
Welcome to all.
SUNDAY SERVICES AT
THE METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m., "The World's
First Great Tragedy," No. 1.
Junior League, 2:30 p. m.
Senior League, 3:30 p. m.
Preaching 7 p. m.
All cordially invited.
J. M. Gross, Pastor.
BUNCH OF HAPPY
The Ocala colony at Fort Lauder Lauderdale,
dale, Lauderdale, composed of young bachelors,
has established a home known as
"The Home of Matrimonial Possibili Possibilities."
ties." Possibilities." The young men all live there,
and judging from the stationery used
by them in their correspondence with
Ocala friends, their home is conducted
on business lines. The letter heading
contains the names of Messrs. J. F.
Bullock, A. J. Beck, W. I. Evans and
W. S. Bullock as directors of the in institution,
stitution, institution, while the name of Sonny
S. Geise appears as chef. The many
Ocala friends of these young men will
be pleased to know that all are enjoy enjoying
ing enjoying good health and an abundant pros prosperity
perity prosperity in their new home. They ex expect
pect expect to visit Ocala during next week
to take in the big county fair.
ADDED TO THE SQUADRON AL AL-READY
READY AL-READY AT WORK AT
Washington, Nov. 20. Three new
hydro-aeroplanes will be added to the
navy aeronautical station at Pensa Pensacola,
cola, Pensacola, Fla., "next week. Instruction
flights last week developed a new re record
cord record of 3528 miles.
CONFER WITH PRESIDENT
DOUBTLESS WILLING TO SUP SUPPORT
PORT SUPPORT HIS PLAN FOR NA NATIONAL
TIONAL NATIONAL DEFENSE
Washington, D C, Nov. 20. Pres President
ident President Wilson today met Senator Gal Gal-linger
linger Gal-linger and Representative Mann, re republican
publican republican leaders, who conferred with
him on the national defense program.
It is evident that before Congress
opens the president seeks republican
HAPPY TIME AT
THE BAXTER HOMESTEAD
Last night was an ideal one for the
entertainment given by the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood at the residence of Mr. and Mrs.
J. E. Baxter on Silver Springs boule boulevard.
vard. boulevard. The moon was almost as bright
as day and the weather just cool and
crisp enough to make everybody feel
fine. Mr. Baxter had huge bonfires
burning about the grounds and the
porch was strunk. with Japanese lan lanterns,
terns, lanterns, making the approach seem like
After being cordially welcomed in
the large living room by Mr. and Mrs.
Baxter, the guests with one accord
gathered around the big syrup ket kettles,
tles, kettles, where there was a quantity of
juice, ice cold nectar fit for the gods.
A bevy of charming young girls serv served
ed served the hot boiled syrup, ready for
pulling, and fun ran riot as one by
one, big and little, old and young, pro proceeded
ceeded proceeded to get "tsuck up."
There was also a lot of freshly
roasted peanuts on sale and a neat
sum was realized 'for repairing the
pretty little neighborhood church
across the road near the Baxter,
home. r i
At the call of Mr.- Parker, the
groups from all about the yard as assembled
sembled assembled around one bonfire to listen
to a splendid, p'ractical temperance
talk by Dr. Herndon, pastor of the
Presbyterian church in Ocala. Fol Following'
lowing' Following' Dr. Herndon was Master
Herschel Roberts, the bright little son
ofMrj and Mrs. Vernie Roberts, who
gave two temperance recitations in
fine style. Master Roberts received a
round of applause. Several temper temperance
ance temperance songs were sung by the young
people and Dr. Herndon closed this
part of the evenings's exercises with
an earnest prayer for God's blessing
on the temperance cause and upon the
good people of the Fort King neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Mr. Baxter gave in a con conversational
versational conversational way many facts from
"dry" Kansas, which state was his
home before coming to Florida. He
will "lend a hand" to help Marion go
into the dry column during, the cam campaign.
paign. campaign. Mr. and Mrs. Baxter are compar comparatively
atively comparatively new citizens, having bought
the old Geiger home two miles from
town a few months ago. They are
substantial, good, Christian people,
just the kind we need to make us
strong in every way.
There were besides the neighbors
a large crowd from Ocala, among
whom we noted Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
Green, Mrs. Todd, Mrs. W. W. Con Condon,
don, Condon, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Goin, Miss
Frances Tarver, Dr. and Mrs. E. Van
Hood, Mrs. Vernie Roberts, "Miss
Cevie Roberts, Messrs. Willie Hood,
Clarence Blalock, Miss Dovie Gates
We are home again, ready for all
kind of signs and decorations. The
Dodge Sign Co. 20-t3
Mr. G. W. Crum of Maryland, one
of our winter residents, was in, town
from Lake Weir yesterday.
Florida Federation of Wamen's Clubs
Favors Votes for Females
i Associated Press I
DeLand, Nov. 20. The Tlorida
Federation of Woman's Clubs by a
vote of one hundred to five went on
record in favor of woman suffrage.
The federation admitted to member
ship the Orlando Suffrage League,
the first organization of its kind in
the state. Last year the federation
opposed suffrage for women.
IT WAS All AUSTRIA
ALL DOUBT REMOVED REGARD REGARDING
ING REGARDING NATIONALITY OF THE
SUB THAT SUNK THE
Washington, Nov. 20. The Italian
foreign office has notified American
Ambassador Page at Rome that it
has no reason to believe the sub submarine
marine submarine which sunk the Ancona was
other than AustrianT v This clears the
last possibility that the submarine
might have been a German craft.
Parade and fair signs neatly, quick quickly
ly quickly and cheaply painted by the Dodge
Sign Co. 20-3t
Mr. William Gist of Mcintosh was
in town today. He says Mcintosh
will be at the fair with a big corn
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR EXCHANGE Ten acres near
Burbank, Marion county; will trade
for Washington state property. J. E.
Ring, Box 638 Breinerton, Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. 20-4t-sat v
MEALS During the Marion County
Fair we will serve meals at 25c each.
The Carlton House, Mrs. M. E. Ervin
proprietor, 205 Main street,' near the
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
i 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 arcund
cne leg. Address Winter, Ec?tiake,
WANTED Bright young wan who
can give short time daily to 6fSce
) work. Offers good opportunity to a
hustler. R. A. X., Care Star. 11-tf
FOR RENT Cozy, 5-room cottage,
electric lights, bathroom, etc; $12 a
month. Call 164. 11-8-tf
FOR SALE At a bargain, runabout
Maxwell car. Address "X," care the
Star. 10-12-tf v
WOOD For first class wood of
any size or length, call phone 3M
four rings. J. M. Potter. tf
FOR SALE Florida raised mare, 6
years old, works anywhere; also one
buggy, one wagon, one Indian motor-
cycle, one Banner bicycle. Apply at
Meadows Repair Shop, N. Orange
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for, light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
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
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf
Lost A heavy gold Chi Psi frater fraternity
nity fraternity pin, set with pearls. Finder will
receive liberal reward by returning
same to Star office. 17-6t
OCALA EVENING STAB SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1915
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OCC AL A9 IFLQIRHIEDi
A Demonstration of what can be Accomplished on the Farms and in the
Homes of Marion County. We claim our's the Best County in the
state of Florida for General Farming and Stock Raising. Come and Let Us
Prove it You be the Judge.
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Tie Mfceil lepartmcite will, Pictare tie Comty's laiy lesoirces
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23,
The Industrial Parade will escort
the Govenor of Florida to the Fair
Grounds, where he will make t h e
opening address before the grand
. The Industrial Parade is in charge
of the Peninsula Club, and will be
a most interesting feature. Railroads
are giving reduced rates, and general
admission to the grounds is 35c.
The Amusement Features Will be Provided by the
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24
Hon. Champ Clark will be the
guest of the Fair Association and
will make a short address at the Fair
Grounds, and will lecture at the
Temple Theater at night.
Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner
Will be served by the Ladies' of
Ocala, who have secured the main
Each day of the Fair will have
its numerous and varied attractions
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FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26
The Parade of School Children, the Girl's Can Canning
ning Canning and the Boy's Corn Clubs will be the lead leading
ing leading special feature of the forenoon. The Parade
will leave the Courthouse Square promptly at
10 a. m.
' Prizes for the Girl's Canning Club and for the
Boys' Corn Club will be awarded before the
Grand Stand, by Superintendent Brinson.
Hon. W. A. McRae and State Superintendent
Sheats will address the Children.
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School Children will be supplied with tickets
at 10 cents each, good for this date only.
On this day the results of the Better Babies
Contest, held under the auspices of the Woman's
Club, will be announced from the Grand Stand, in
the afternoon. Seats will be reserved for the
mothers and babies. See the daily Fair Program
for further particulars.
The Jones Shows are no strangers in Ocala. For years they have been the
great attraction atxthe Fair Grounds, and this year, with many new features, they
will prove a still greater feature. FREE ATTRACTIONS in front of the grand
stand each day. Music each day by Vittucci's Royal Italian Band.
Fvptv Dav hftdinninf nr 1 1SO n nv ther will he Horse Racing
fn T 1 1 T I f X rr1 T il 1
i roiung, racing ana KUimmg. mis year mere win ue seen
some of the best and fastest horses ever put on the local track.
Motor Cj cle Races; by Marion County Riders only, and on one day only. See
For other Special Attractions see daily program.
JOHNNY JONES SHOWS
No one can very well afford to miss this great
exposition show. There is a whole street of fun
for everyone, old and young alike. Good music,
shows that are clean, fun making and instruc instructive.
tive. instructive. Some of the features are as follows:
BETTY THE ALLIGATOR GIRL
HAPPY JACK, THE SEA LION. BABY
THE FLEA CIRCUS
TEN-IN-ONE SIDE SHOW
DAKOTA MAX WILD WEST SHOW
Tickets, $1; Single Admissions; Adults, 35c; Children
under 12 years old, 20c, under 5 years, freel Grand
Stand Admission: Adults 25c, Children 15c.
REMEMBER THE DATES
NOVEMBER 23 to 26
And Attend the Fair All Four Days
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WILD ANIMAL SHOW WTTH THE JOHNNY JONES SHOWS
PERFORMING GOATS WITH THE JOHNNY JONES SHOWS
DT US 0DW TO BE UiARBON'S
j. M. MEFFERT, President.
GEO. J. BUTCH, Treasurer.
A. C. COBB, Secretary.
UCALA EVENING STAB SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915
THE OCALA BAZAAR HAS A FINER SHOWING THAI EVER BE BEFORE.
FORE. BEFORE. THE PUBLIC IS CORDIALLY INVITED TO CALL.
The Star reporter paid a visit this
week ,to Frank P. Gadson's Bazaar fighting their country's battles, he
Store, in its handsome Tiew nuartprsihas thousands of others that were
in the St. George block, where the
popular store occupies three of the
commodious store rooms on the front
and a large addition in the rear which
was built afterwards, entirely for the
The store has a far better oppor opportunity
tunity opportunity than it has ever had before taf
display its huge stock of goods and
the different departments are
tematized and the different classes of
goods arranged in different parts of
the store. Every department is filled.
There is a complete stock of the lat latest
est latest creations in dry goods, notions,
clothing for men and boys, ready
made garments for ladies and chil children,
dren, children, shoes, hats and millinery.
GREAT TOY DEPARTMENT
The store occupies over 4000 square
feet of floor space and with the eco economical
nomical economical arrangement of goods, the
many extra tables and shelves and
display cases that space is more than
While the toy department proper
is in the huge room in the rear of the
main store, where there is nothing
but toys, yet toys and holiday good 3
are more or less displayed all over
the store, wherever additional room
could be found to take care of the
There are some, very handsome
cases of silver ware, jewelry and
other high class good3 and a large
line of graphophones and reords have
Every available foot of space in the
toy room is filled, the walls and even
the ceiling has been covered, where
hundreds of larger toys are suspend suspended.
ed. suspended. The place is well lighted and a
cash register has been placed there
and the clerks will always be in at attendance
tendance attendance to wait on the public.
It seems to the Star man, who has
been watching Gadson's holiday dis display
play display for 20 years, that he has excell excelled
ed excelled himself this season, for the toy de department
partment department is certainly a fairyland and
will delight the hearts of the chil children
dren children and their mothers as well, and
make their shopping easy and pleas pleasant.
ant. pleasant. AN EXCELLENT DISPLAY ROOM
Shelving has been placed all around
the walls, from floor to ceiling of the
store and wide tables and sets of
shelves, extending from the floor to
as high as one can reach, give the ut utmost
most utmost display room for the size of the
apartment, and it is all filled, every
inch of space that is available, after
leaving ample room for the custom customers
ers customers to get about, all over the room
and see everything that is displayed.
There are more toys and holiday
goods at the Bazaar than most stores
would hold, and Frank says that it
would have been impossible to have
even stored the goods in the old store
up-town, and but for his greater
space he would have had to rent a
store outsidei. The big store has no
vacant space; and the unusually
heavy stock of goods in all lines, in
that department, has taxed the store's
force to its utmost to provide space
to make .anything like a display of it.
FRANK GOT AHEAD OF THE BIG
Eidently Frank Gadson got in
ahead of the European war, some somehow,
how, somehow, for he has many toys and novel novelties
ties novelties that were in truth "made in .Ger .Germany."
many." .Germany." When asked how this was,
he said he bought his toys as he al always
ways always does, early in the ( summer; in
fact, -in the spring, especially in the
expensive mechanical toys and char character
acter character dolls, that cannot now be du duplicated
plicated duplicated at any cost. Many of the
goods have doubled arid tripled in
price since he bought them; but he is
sticking to his original prices and will
give ,the children and their parents
of this section the advantage that he
Gadson seems to have a happy
faculty for buying,, for striking the
market just right; for knowing what
the public wants, and for picking up
big jobs and bargains and well he
might, for he has been 29 years at
it; going to New York twice or three
times each year, and has learned
what is the most desired by the pub public
lic public in that time, and if it is to be had
in the big city he is going to find it
and buy it.
It looks like he has exceeded all
previous efforts this season, and al although
though although he has many foreign toys,
toys made by hands that are now
made in America," where peace and
plenty prevail and where the stock stockings
ings stockings and "tummies" of the little ones
will be filled as usual, at the ap approaching
proaching approaching Christmas tide.
Almost every child in Ocala, who
has been here for as much as a year
knows Frank Gadson and likes to go
to his store at the holiday season, in
sys-'fact, "children" who now have little
ones of their own, remember going to
see toys and Santa Claus at his store
almost 30 years ago, when they too
were tots, and thought that such
things were of more importance than
all else in life.
In the extensive toy department of
the Ocala Bazaar, are so many differ different
ent different items that one can but mention a
few and the public can realize what is
MAGNIFICENT DOLL DISPLAY
The display of dolls is the best of
all, perhaps, there being many hun hundred
dred hundred of them, and possibly over a
hundred different styles and hair as
many different prices. There are tiny
little ones, and some as large as a
four year old child, with beauiful
features? natural hair and jointed
limbs. Then there are the character
dolls, real babies with baby features
and all kinds of funny little dolls and
big. ones too that are comic and life lifelike.
like. lifelike. Some cry and some walk and
some do both. They are mostly well
made, durable and will last the chil children
dren children for years. Many are dressed
ready for a party and others have as
little on as possible, leaving this
work for the new mamas to revel in.
The mechanical and iron toys are
very attractive and will set the chil children
dren children wild, especially the boys. There
are railroad trains that rush around
circular tracks and out on side tracks
through reversible switches and back
again onto the main !line and round
and round, rocking and swaying like
a real train, but never leaving their
well built tracks. Then .there are all
kinds of engines and coaches, fire
trucks and hose, wagons, automobiles
and horses, steam boats and every
kind of a mechanical toy, durable,
heavy and well made.
TOYS FOR PRACTICAL USE
Especially attractive to the larger
boys and girls will be the "grown
up toys, such as automobiles, veloci
pedes, tricycles, wagons, hobby hor horses,
ses, horses, doll and baby carriages, carts
and go-cycles, all of large sizes, fully
capable of lots of- services and very
handsomely made and finished.
The furniture department will de delight
light delight the girls. There are complete
sets of furniture 'of all kinds, big
enough to furnish the play house and
others small enough for a doll's play
There is every kind of toy musical
instrument, tops and balls and masks,
fireman's and soldier's outfits, drums
and horns and guns, garden and car carpenter's
penter's carpenter's tool chests, some novelties in
street arc lamps, elevators, bridges
and towers and many items that you
would never think of till you see
The china and glassware depart department
ment department is very complete, with hundreds
of sets of dishes for the girls and
their dolls, with finer articles for
gifts for the older ones. China and
glassware in every conceivable article
and vas es of all kinds and prices and
sizes; everything in glass and china
goods of the holiday season.
PRETTY CABINET SETS
Beautiful cabinets and sets for the
ladies' and girls' dressing table, sew
ing table, or the smoking den, jewel
boxes, photograph albums, manicure
sets, comb and brush sets, shaving
(sets, etc., in medium priced goods
but good enough and handsome
enough for any one.
, Hundreds of picture books, Christ Christmas
mas Christmas cards, framed and unframed pic pictures
tures pictures of all sizes, most useful for
. jviagic lanterns and real moving
picture machines with the picture
reels all complete, are among the
latest additions to toyland.
To this department has been added
a very large line of fine stationery
and box paper, paper that is good
enough for the best and the prices
are within reach of all. The public
will do well to look over the line of
stationery when visiting this depart department.
ment. department. Frank Gadson wishes to extend a
cordial invitation to the people of!
Ocala, especially the ladies and chil children
dren children to visit Toyland. The little ones
will be delighted. When you come to1
the store, be sure you ask to see the the Ocala Woman's Club will give
display of toys in the huge toy room five dollars in gold to the person ex ex-in
in ex-in the rear. Let the children come and hibiting at the Marion County Fair
see for themselves. He assures them : the best home-manufactured labor-
that there will never be a day when
the store is so busy that some one
will not show them the pretty things
placed there for the little ones of
Ocala and this section of Florida.
To the Members of the Boys' Corn
The express company will bring
your exniDii to xne iair iree, u. 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,
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
bled 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.
S ' ill"
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
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS
If ;you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-upholstered. re-po!ished
or remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Kox 44U Ocala,
Call and see the new electric globes
at the. Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
Dr. D. M. Boney
I have recently returned from
New Orleans where 1 have
been taking a post graduate
course in optometry under the most
noted 'specialists in the country. I
can now be found in my office pre prepared
pared prepared to give those in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
restate he's. My reduction in prices
on lenses of every description lor
a .limited time will of interest
to rhofc n need of glasses.
Oflice and .I aboratoi v Rooms 2-6
t Gary Block
OCALA - FLORIDA
and All Shapes.
of AH Kinds.
Force of Worb
men for Road
FIVE DOLLARS REWARD!
The home economics committee of
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.
Qur object do th M
"Man works from sun to sun
But woman's work is never done."
For further information write to
Mrs. W. T. Gary, Chairman,
.1-9-tf Ocala, Florida.
No. 1. Lv Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. Tampa 6:30 a. m.; Lv
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
9 30 a. m.
No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:17
p. m.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
8 p. m.
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.:
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. Tampa, 6:55 p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. m.
No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.
Ocala, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1:20 p. m..
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv.v St. Petersburg, 8:30
a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 o. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.
On Saturday and Monday. 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, foi
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Advertise in the Star.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
)IARIOX-DUXX MASONIC liODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
-A. Al., meets on the first and thirC
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
;' A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
3, R. A. Mi
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. Al., on tht
fourth Friday in every month a'
8 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown. Sec'y.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'd hall the second an an-fourth
fourth an-fourth Thursday evenings of eacl
month at 73 olclock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Liiiian Simmons, Sec'y.
' : t
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O E.
Ocaia Lodge Mo. i 85, Eenevlefl
and Protective Ordev.of Elks, meet
the second and fourlh 'Buesday even
ings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club nous
opposite postoffie, east side.
2 s H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelsoti Geise. Secietary. At.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall,, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R. t
KNIU1ITS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A .cordial welcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C C
Ctas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
COXCORDIA LODGE F. U. OP A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets In Yongt Hall
2n the second Thursday evening o'
each month. .Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sae, Secretary Ad
WOOIirJ OF THE WORLD
Fon King Camp No. 14 mtets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Vlsitln?
?vereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, a C
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. A. warm wel wel-me
me wel-me always extend id to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
Set out a whole box of our good
It's cheaper to buy them by the box.
We keep our cigars in "good conidtion;" this gives them a bet better
ter better flavor.
4nti-Monopoly Drug Store.
J. G. PARRISH, Proprietor
WE TAKE CARE
Respect Yolir Loved Ones
Who Have Passed Away
By erecting to thair memory a Tombstone over their
resting place. It is the last tribute you can show them.
Our facilities for making all kinds of
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, MARKERS, IRON
or CEMENT FENCING, ETC.,
are unsurpassed, and our prices will be found reason reasonable.
able. reasonable. Let us submit specimens of our work. Call or
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
Opposite Catholic Church
NORTH MAGNOLIA ST.
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
St Leo College
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On' Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COBCiAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
, U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
J FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915
Broadway and 14th Street.
H E W YORK GITY
A Clean, Comfortable, Convenient
and Homelike Hotel on both
American and European Plans.
See That Your Ticket Reads
. via ;
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
M. R. WILLIAMS, t J. G. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
Derivation of ''Comedy.'
Comedy, the anglicized form of th
Latin comaedia, is. lerived from the
Greek comus, a festive procession, and
aeideni, to sing, bearing on the oda
4ung during the procession-
cigars when your friends come
American Plan, $2 per Day,
and up ..
European Plan, $1 per Day
T or WEST
One Way of Avoiding Germs.
There is nothing better adapted for
catching germs than gelatin and for
this reason dishes containing It should
never be allowed to stand about na-covered.
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UCALA EVENING 5JTAK SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
U. R. Carroll, General Mtiager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second clas3 matter
One year, in advance
Six months, in advance
Three months, in advance..
One month, in advance....,
,$5.00 One year, in advance
.2.50 Six months, in advance
, 1.25 Three months, in advance.
. .50 One month, in advance....
The decorators are busy and the old
towns looks like a bouquet.
Over three thousand people read
the Star every day, and most of them
read the ads. Is yours now appear appearing,
ing, appearing, Mr. Merchant?
Whatever worth having a man has,
other men can always be found will willing
ing willing to take it from him. It is the
same with nations. Let ours prepare.
Many articles that have served
their usefulness to you, can be sold
to someone who needs just that ar article
ticle article by using the Star's advertising
Friend of ours says he is looking
for a man with more money than
brains. Money is always more plen plentiful
tiful plentiful than intellect, but people ara
more careful with it.
was here yesterday, says he made ar arrangements
rangements arrangements to have this remedied,
and is to be hoped his instructions
will be observed. Its true that the
contractors have had bad weather to
contend with this week, but it is up to
them to take advantage of the good
weather now prevailing. The truth
of the matter is that the city govern government
ment government should keep a close watch on the
streets and see that they are proper properly
ly properly repaired. It has the power and
should use it.
GOOD WORK GOING ON
AT THE FAIR GROUNDS
. Most men can go to death for a
cause with smiles on their faces and
cheers on their lips, but the French Frenchman
man Frenchman fighting for his country goes
with joy in his heart. May it be so
with Americans, if the day comes.
The owners of the public autos
have refused to give a cheap rate to
and from the fair grounds nexjweek.
They have been requested to give a
rate of 10 cents each way, but insist
on 25. Well, the walking is good,
and they will probably lose money by
not giving a cheaper rate.
The Star thinks that it would be a
mighty fine thing if ihe merchants
would close their stores at noon
'Thursday, so they and their clerks
could have plenty of time for dinner,
and then all go to the fair. If they
will do so, hey will make, as much
money and all will feel better.
The people at the fair grounds are
hustling lively and everything will be
in good shape when the big show
opens next Tuesday.
The grounds and buildings and
race track have never looked better,
and when yovt take a good look at
them and compare them with others
you will have to admit that old Mar Marion
ion Marion stacks up mighty good in this, as
in most other things.
The busiest place is the stables,
where all the stalls are filled with
runners and trotters, while their
trainers and grooms are either look looking
ing looking after their equine charges or at attending
tending attending to other jobs connected with
the horse business, which like all
other occupations has many tricks of
The grounds have been reaped and
raked, the buildings cleaned out and
all trash removed. There has been
no building to do this year and very
little to renew.
The reporter found Mrs. Moorhead
very busy in the canning department,
which up to last year contained the
woman's exhibit. Mrs. Moorhead said
that "her girls" were so numerous
that she had been obliged to notify
them to condense, lest there might
not be space enough for them all in
the big room.
Everything is being put shipshape
in the large halls devoted to agricul agriculture
ture agriculture and horticulture, anrl tViPv tiHII
tt l -r j l. i j j .....
x.vry memuer oi me ooara oi nine be ready for exhibits Monday morn morn-aldermen
aldermen morn-aldermen of the city of Ocala has ing workers were also bugy fa
been interviewed on the proposed v r j .
aaw wwoMvMK The colored folks are going to
steam or electric road from Ocala tomake a fine exhibit thig year and the
Silver Springs with the proceeds of jgood.sized building devoted to their
a sale of city bonds, as provided byiuse is being made ready
the amended city charter, and all ofi McIver & MacKay's men are busy
them are heartily in favor of the bond;preparing their buiiding. for its usual
x iicjr uiuoujr, huwcvci, m fine dinlav
Charlie Fox is rapidly putting up
IS IN FAVOR OF IT
favor of a larger bond issue, say $50, $50,-000,
000, $50,-000, so that whatever portion of it
the classiest drugstore ever seen on a
needed may be used in building the f airground Qerig's drugstore will
road right of heavy steel rail, grad
ed and with proper and sufficient ter terminals
minals terminals at each end; operate it with
have soda-water, candy and cigars, a
line of drugs, stationery and toilet
articles, a telephone and the great-
electricity and put on adequate cars,!est innovation a Postal teles-ranh of
both for freight and passengers, j fice wnere you may send a dispatch
There is no such thing as failure in straight to New York or San Fran Fran-the
the Fran-the plan. Ocala is going to have this cisco jf you want t0(
trolley line. We venture the asser-l The ladies of Ocala will have, at
tion that, when the bonds areadver- the usual place, an up-to-date restaur-
tised, or when the advertisements arejantf where one may obtain at reason-
placed for bids on the construction abie cost just as good a meal as is to
wvxa, wc; in uavc uiaiijr uiuuci o,
among whom there will be more than
one willing to build the road and take
the bonds for their pay. Talk about
it to your neighbors, so that when it
comes to a vote on the bonds there
will be a solid vJte for the bond issue.
Among the substantial attractions
at the fair will be a high class res
taurant, conducted by some of Ocala's j
. i i "-
most lamous nousexeepers, wnere unt;
can get a good dinner at reasonable
rates. The ladies will alsowe under understand,
stand, understand, serve oysters any style at any
hour of the day. This is certainly a
great thing for the comfort of the
people and we congratulate the man management
agement management of the fair upon being able
to secure such service.
BUECHLER IS SOME FARMER
, The Florida Federation of Woman's
Clubs may felicitate itself on Ocala
being chosen as the site for the girls'
industrial school, but from what the
Star hears Ocala has had a cinch on
the site ever since some time last
summer. In this, as in other things,
politics and pull were the ruling prin principles.
ciples. principles. The Star isn't kicking, be because
cause because the site chosen is a good site
for the school, and disinterested
motives would not have prevailed any anywhere
where anywhere else any more than they did
Mr. E. C. Beuchler, manager of the
Anthony Farms, who is working
about twenty men on the place, has
been experimenting with different
kinds of feed stuffs and has fine suc success
cess success with them. He planted a field of
peas and cut a ton of hay per acre
from the field. Just 60 days later he
cut the same field again, where the
peas had come up. from the first
stalks and got three-fourths of a ton
per acre of fine vine and peas.
Mr. Beuchler planted a patch of j One of our citizens, who feeds at a
Soudan grass on June 1st and cut it boarding house, is so lazy that his
be had for the money anywhere.
The ladies of the Christian church,
who did so well with their lunch
stand last year, will be at the same
place next week, but better prepared.
The telephone company is putting
in -four phones, beside the one in the'
fair office, so communication with
town will be quicker and more easy
than ever before. ,
As for amusements Johnny Jones
that's all. (
The papers of the state are again
mentioning Frank Harris of the Ocala
Banner as a manworthy of the gov governorship.
ernorship. governorship. Sure he is worthy of the
presidency, too, for that matter but
the trouble lies in getting men of the
Frank Harris stripe to enter the pri primary
mary primary race. Palatka News v
Frank Huffaker of the Tampa
Times certainly does love all the state
officials in Tallahassee. He never
misses an opportunity to "bean" one
of them. Key West Journal.
Huff thinks the state officials at
Tallahassee are trying to form a dy dynasty,
nasty, dynasty, and he wants to "bust" it up.
He may be wrong about some of the
individuals 'but he is right aEout the
principle.' A dynasty in a demo democratic
cratic democratic state is bound to be more of offensive
fensive offensive than one in a monarchy.
on Aug. 27 when eight feet high. He
cut the same field a few days since,
less than 60 days later, when the
grass was seven feet high. This
grass makes splendid forage and
grows not only very prolific but
rapidly and cattle eat it with a keen
Mr. Beuchler is very enthusiastic
over natal grass and thinks it is one
of the coming forage crops of this
section. He says the complaint that
landlady says he will be the last man
up on the resurrection morning.
Mr. E. E. Robinson of Jacksonville
will be a former Ocala taking in the
fair next week.
AN IMFORTANT LETTER
FROM A TALLAHASSEE
TftTlansissv Fla. "I have taken Dr.
it is too thin or too light in yield per f pierce's Favorite Prescription and have
acre is only the case where the land
is poor; that good Marion county land
will make heavy yields of natal grass
per acre. He says it is being more
generally raised around the Anthony
section and he. ses a bright future for
it. The people in Lake county are
going wild over the growing of natal
hay and many of them talk nothing
PRIZED IT LOOSE FROM PERRY
Mr. Robert L. West of St, Peters
burg, the popular vice president of
the J. B. McCrary Co., was in town
yesterday, looking after sewerage af affairs,
fairs, affairs, for which work his firm is con consulting
sulting consulting engineers. Mr. West says
that people are arriving in St. Peters
burg by the carloads; that there are
more there now than have been at
this time' of year for several years
past. Mr. West returned to St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg this morning. He is a most
genial gentlemen and always welcome
' in Ocala.
found it just what
it is claimed to be.
I had woman's
trouble. After my
first baby was born
ray health was
ruined. I was bo
nervous and weak
I could not do my
work. Was told by
a friend about Dr.
Prescription and I
sent and got a bottle. I could tell
that it had helped me. I took five
bottles in all and can say that it has
cured me. I can do my work. It. is a
pleasure to me to be well, and' I would
advise all mothers to take Dr. Pierce's
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We solicit new business with a view
of making it mutually profitable.
When You Buy of
tJE sell only such Merchandise as we can, and
as to your being pleased with the wear of our clothes
and other wearables, for we always stand between
you and ANY dissatisfaction. Trade here & feel secure
Hart, Schalfncr & Marx Boy Hats and caps
ClOthCS We specialize on Men's Accessor-
In snappy styles for young menand S wear and Full Dress
conservative styles for the older occasions.
"man, $18.00 to $25.00, and de- Suit Cases and Traveling Bags,
pendable suits in other makes Collar Bags, Handkerchiefs, Neck-
from i $10.00 to $16.50 wear and Hosiery.
Boys Suits in new styles. Same t o mr cuQO ; n w q
V come with two pair pants.; Prices ;J;M- Shoes, in all leathers at
from --- $4.00 to $12.50 only y6.00
Opera Coats and Cravanette Rain "Waterman Special" Shoes in all
Proof Coats from $7.50 to $25.00 leathers from : . : V $5.00 to $5.50
Rain Coats for Boys $3.00 to $4.00 C. Skuffer Shoes in black and'
t Manhattan Shirts $1.50 to $4.00 tan from Childs sizes, Boys & Men
Wilson Shirts $1.00 to $2.00 Boys' Shirts and Waists at 50c,
Stetson Hats $3.50 to $o5 75c and $1.00. r
Big assortment of Hats including This Store will Be closed on
Young Men's Novelties at prices Thursday, Novr 25111, to ob-
from ... ..$1.50 to $3.00 serve Thanlcsoivlno.
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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.
4 Magnolia meat market, phone 167,
North Magnolia street, opposite Flor Florida
ida Florida House, fresh oysters, fish and
, The fair association received the
$500 voted to it bv the countv com-
missinners. hut the commissioners 1 Favorite Prescription. I always tell the
. i 1 i 11 17 1(nri U i rn WTTIT
145 St. Francis St., Tallahassee, Fla.
The Star's remarks yesterday on
the conditions the streets, are being
left in after laying the sewer pipes
meet with popular approval. Al
though the work on Oklawaha avenue
has been finished for several days,
the street is almost impassable. Mr.
West of the McCrary company, who
had to mandamus Clerk Nugent be before
fore before he would sign the warrant. Mr.
Nugent is a kind-hearted man and
says he will go to see the commission
ers and take them some cigars when
the state puts them in jail. The com
missioners are now worried because
the banks won't cash warrants.
The trouble is all caused by the ab absurd
surd absurd state law, which interferes with
a county managing its own affairs.
Mr. Nugent, of course, thinks the fair
ought to have help from the county,
and the banks know the county is sol solvent.
vent. solvent. And if the board of commis commissioners
sioners commissioners is not competent to manage
the affairs of the county, the state of
ficials certainly are not. Its to be
hoped there will be enough sensible
men in the next legislature to repeal
this annoying, and useless statute.
There is nothing that will bring com com-fort
fort com-fort and' renew hope to the invalid so
surely as good news. When the vital
forces are at low ebb ana everytning
seems useless a ray of joy and assurance
will stimulate the weary body. A letter
from a loved one has turned the tide in
many a siege of sickness.
Doctor Pierce, of the Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y., has good news for every
Buffering woman. Write him to-day and
tell bim your troubles, and he will send
you just the right advice to restore you
to health and bring back the roses to
your cheeks, and without charge. His
"Favorite Prescription" has been the
rescue of thousands of suffering women.
Many grateful patients "have taken Dr.
Pierce s advice.
Send three dimes (or stamps) for mail
ing charges to Dr. Pierce's Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y., and you will receive a
copy of the Common Sense Medical
Adviser," all charges prepaid.
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Work. Roofs repaired or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 457
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
PHONE 503 :
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1. :
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
IMMEDIATE ATTENTION Z
:j. L SMOAR
J At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Wholesale and Retail
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
attention is given small as well as large orders.
Write us for further information. . K
CRYSTAL FISH AND OYSTER CO.
Crystal River, Florida.
18 Years Experience
The latest machinery, skill skilled
ed skilled labor and ann abudant
supply of soft water we are
able to give the public an
exceptionally high quality
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 Sooth Main St.
OCALA EVENING STARSATURDAY, JNOVEMBER 20, 1915
Today At TItkb
MY LOST ONE.
Vitagraph three-reel feature, featuring 'Dorothy Kelly and Nicholas
Lubin Comedy featuring Billy Reaves. x
PATHE NEWS No. 84 AND CARTOONS.
HAM AND BUD AT THE BEACH.
Kalem Comedy, featuring Ham and Bud.
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in ouuml n ninu
To Marion County Fair Visitors
Be sure to visit the AFFLECK MILLINERY PARLORS up upstairs
stairs upstairs in Helvenston's store, where a hearty welcome awaits you,
and where all the Latest. Models in
are being constantly shown, and where the most reasonable prices
Hair Goods and Hair Work a Specialty
This establishment has provided an extra room for the accommo accommodation
dation accommodation of visitors, where they can rest and refresh themselves, eat
their lunch, leave their wraps and baggage in safety with assur assurance
ance assurance that everything possible is being done for their comfort and
AFFLECK MILLINERY PARLOR
Qcala - v - Florida
ALL LADIES' READY-TO-WEAR
Stock in our store will be
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Acts at i
of Play Players
ers Players Com Complete
plete Complete Production
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j accepted, if
Thought for the Day
!The truth that yesterday was mine is
i larger truth today;
Its face has aspect more divine, its
kinship fuller sway,
For truth must grow as ages roll,
i and God looms large upon the
! soul. Anonymous.
Boston Visitor Honored
To introduce her house guest, Miss
Marion Phelps of Boston, in an in informal
formal informal and enjoyable manner to a
few members of the unmarried set,
Mrs. W. K. Zewadslri Sr. entertained
last evening at a motion picture
party, the affair giving great pleas pleasure
ure pleasure to the guests and. the lovely hon hon-oree.
oree. hon-oree. Enjoying the hospitality of the
hostess were Misses Phelps, Irene
Campbell, Mamie and Sarah Gross,
Mary Burford, Martha Kate Rentz,
Hester Dewey, Alice Bullock, Bettie
Mclver, Rosebud Robinson, Janet
Weathers, Mrs. R. A. Burford Jr.,
Messrs. Guy Zewadski, Niel Fergu Ferguson,
son, Ferguson, Clarence Meffert, Hibbert Weath
ers, Jim Rentz, Frank Harris Jr.,
Holmes Walters, Charlie and Jdhn
Chazal, O. B. Howse, Mr. and Mrs. W.
K. Zewadski Jr. and Dr. and Mrs. J.
The guests assembled at the home
of the hostess on Oklawaha avenue,
shortly after 8 o'clock and went in a
group to the Temple, where the pic pictures
tures pictures formed pleasant entertainment
for an hour or more. On returning
to the Zewadski residence, the Misses
Gross gave several very delightful
vocal solos and readings.' The even evening
ing evening was also interspersed with vic-
A delicious refreshment course,
consisting of chicken salad, olives,
cheese straws, wafers, salted al almonds
monds almonds and punch was served.
School of Expression will Give a Play
The Columbia School of Expression
of Columbia College, Lake City, will
present "Billy's Bungalow," a comedy
in three 'acts, at the Temple theater in
Ocala, sometime within the next two
weeks. The exact date will be an announced
nounced announced later.
The scene is laid at Billy's new
bungalow, on Cedar Island, where
"Billy Middleton" and his wife,
"Peggy," who have been married only
three months, are giving a house
party to a crowd of jolly young folks.
Among those invited are:
Miss Kitty, Campbell, the little flirt,
not "out" yet (Miss Thelma -Schell.)
Miss Dorothy French, a rich Amer
ican girl, Peggy's sister (Miss Em
Theodore Thurston, Billy's friend
(Mr. Landis Blitch.)
Gordon Middleton, a college chap
(Mr. William Collier.)
Miss iaura uauidweu, tne unex
pected guest (Miss Rosalie Swand'
Col. George VarPer, from Washing
ton (Mr. Loonis Blitch.)
The Hon. Francis Fairweather
Spaulding, engaged to Miss French
(Mr. Homer Howard.)
There are many amusing episodes
which take place during the house
party, and the situations are both
serious and ludicrous, and the climax
is extremely effective.
Professor Irvin, who has the chair
of French, Greek and German in Co
lumbia College, plays the part of
"Billy," builder of the bungalow and
Miss Edna Albritton as "Peggy" is
quite a charming hostess.
Our success depends on the success of the community.
We invite any one who needs the service of a strong banking institution
to call and talk over their plans with us.
'he Ocala National Bank
Capital and Surplus $90,000
Many of the sick and afflicted are
being restored to health by Chiro Chiropractic
practic Chiropractic adjustments, so can you.
Charles E. Kiplinger
Rooms 20-21 Holder Building
OCALA - -'FLORIDA
What Have You to Offer
that is worth $5000 for my splendid
farm in the heart of the famous Man Manatee
atee Manatee River trucking section?
Owner, Box 505,
Pretty Birthday Party
November 19th, 1915, will long be
remembered by nearly forty little
girls and boys. The important event
of that particular date is the tenth
birthday anniversary of Miss Carolyn
i Peyser, who, to help her celebrate
her natal day invited her school
mates, to the-number of nearly forty
ito assemble at 3 o'clock at the home
of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles Peyser for a frolic of two
hours. Many interesting games were
played anfl in the contest of pinning
the tail on the donkey Cornelia Dozier
and Marion Lummus were prize win winners.
ners. winners. The house was adorned vwith cut
flowers and in giving her young
friends a royal good time the pretty
hostess was assisted by her mother,
her grandmother and by her sister,
Babette Peyser. Ice cream, cake and
bon-bons were served during the aft
Jingo Club Dance
The second of the series of dances
to be given by the Jingo Club this
winter was held last night at the
Woman's Club building, the affair
proving most enjoyable. The night
was ideal for dancing and to the
strains of Needham's orchestra a pro
gram of twenty numbers and four ex
tras was danced.
Present were Misses Leslie Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Ethel Haycraft, Nellie and Theo
Beckham, Virginia Sistrunk, Alice
Sexton, Hester Dewey, Sidney Perry,
Ellen Stripling, Louise Spencer, Lil
lian Thomasson, Gladys Osborn, An Annie
nie Annie Moorhead, Meme Davis, Messrs.
Joe Borden, Dick and William Stroud,
Welsh Dewey, Albert Harris, William
Avery, Joe and Carol Blalock, George
Looney, Hugh Geiger, Wayne Ten Ten-Eyck,
Eyck, Ten-Eyck, Rae Ferguson, Carlton Ervin,
John Tarver, Wallace Davis, Albert
Harriss, Dr. and Mrs. Harry Walters
and Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Finch.
Punch was enjoyed between dances.
Mrs! R. A. Burford, Mrs. W. T.
Gary and Miss Annie Atkinson, pres president
ident president and delegates respectively who
represented the Ocala Woman's Club
at the annual federation convention in
DeLand, returned home last night.
The Ocala club has for some time
been dubbed the banner club in the
federation and judging by the ap
plause accorded the president's splen splendid
did splendid annual report read at the morn morning
ing morning session yesterday, it deserves that
recognition and will continue to hold
it. Mrs. Hocker, a state officer, was
also an attendant at the meeting and
with the Ocala club representatives
enjoyed the many hospitalities ex
tended by the hostess club. The meet
ing was a great success; new blood
was infused into the federated clubs
through their delegates, the club
spirit was greatly increased, many
mportant resolutions were passed,
the reports all showed activities with
desired results in the clubs during the
past year. The social features were
particularly enjoyable and included
both formal and informal receptions,
motoring trip to DeLeon Springs,
followed by an informal tea at the
club rooms and other smaller cour courtesies.'
The better babies contest was con
cluded" today and Mrs: E. G. Peek and
those promoting it are highly delight delighted
ed delighted with the results. This afternoon a
health program is being rendered at
the Temple theater, to which the gen
eral public was invited to attend. On
the program were instrumental and
vocal numbers by Miss Sidney Har
old and. Mrs. H. M. Hampton and a
reading by Miss Mamie Gross. The
two speakers on this occasion are Dr.
Porter of Plant City, state health of
ficer, and Mrs. Spencer of Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. Mrs. Spencer has tuberculosis
as her subject and Dr. Young hook
worm. One hundred and two babies
were examined. 4
Mrs.R. A. Burford Jr. and pretty
little daughter Virginia, will leave
Wednesday for their home in Boston,
sailing-on the Lenape from Jackson
ville for New York and continuing
their trip by rail. They have been the
lovely guests of Mr. Burford's par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford Sr.,
since early fall.
Miss Louise DePass, an attractive
Gainesville girl, is the week-end guest
of Miss .Nina Camp, arriving yester
NEW PATTERN EAT!
Those who have not yet purchased their FALL HATS will have
another opportunity of making a selection from a late arrival of
the newest models for 1915, during FAIR WEEK, beginning y &
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd
Among these will be found a number of real chic designs in the
very latest shades of brown and other popular colors of the season.
NEXT TO MASTERS'
(Concluded on Eighth .Page)
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
Jome early before the rush begins.
THE GREATEST HOT, WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
; Ocala Ice & Packing Co.
OVER O. K.
Our customers, whose tablet
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.
Tnis business is built on hon
est weight, high quality c3
meat and reasonable prices.
W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala, Fla.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR VV. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
Stale. County and City Depository.
j&fflfi ("fronBtented Cows"
I fe For cookmg. dnnkutf, whipping.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALI1EES
PHONES 47, 104, 305
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20. 1915
t By order of the board of county
commissioners notice is hereby given
that the board of county commission commissioners
ers commissioners will meet at the court house in
Ocala, November 24, .1915, to hear
complaints of all persons whose
names have been stricken or erased
from the registration books, and who
may desire to show cause why their
names should not be restored to the
' The following names have been
stricken or erased from the registra registration
tion registration books by the supervisor of regis registration
tration registration and by the board of county
commissioners, at their meeting No No-Tember
Tember No-Tember 16, 1915,, to revise said regis registration
tration registration books, to-wit:
Precinct No. 1
Butler Agent, C. E. Ahern, P. S. Al Alderman,
derman, Alderman, Jas. C. Aldrich, S. P. Antho Anthony.
W. N. Bangs, A. J. Beck, Chas. Beck,
Ernest Bell, Richard Bell,. Isaiah Bil Bil-linger,
linger, Bil-linger, P. L. Billingsley, Willis Bird,
Hack Black, Curtis L. Blair, Andrey
M. Bobbitt, D. I Boone, Geo. P.. Bout Bout-well,
well, Bout-well, C. A. Brabham, Isaac Brooks,
Stephen Brown, J. B. Brown, F. W.
Bruce, Jesse D. Bukey, H. B. Bullock,
J. B. Brown.
J. A. Castell, S. H. Cauthen, T. S.
Clark, Chas. W. Cleveland, Wilbur
Cleveland, T. A. Cobb, O. W. Cordero,
Isaac Cohen, Frank Cook, L. P. Con Con-Terse,
Terse, Con-Terse, T. E. Conway, W. M. Conway,
Felix Cotton, Geo. C. Crom, Arch Cul Cul-,
, Cul-, breath, J. G. Culpepper,
Legion Dawkins, Wm. Day, Joseph
DeBar, A: W. DeCamp, Thomas L. De-
kle, H. Donbrook, D. N. Dorr, Wm. L.
Dorr, M. C. Dosh, A. M. Duspey.
A. M. Flaney, T. M. Floyd, N. L.
Fort, Paul E. Fort, Preston A. Fort,
Jack S. Fulcher.
Jonah Gadson, Robt. Gallman, C. L.
Gamsby, A. E. Gervais, Aaron W.
Gates, J. E, Gates, Walter D. Gates,
A. P. Geiger, J. C. Gefeer, Paul Gei Gei-ger,
ger, Gei-ger, Jas. J. Giles, Lawrence C. Gill,
F. C. Gloster, Felonious Gloster, L.
Gloster, H. K. Goldsmith, Robert Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, L. Griggs, Will Grimes, H. C.
Groves, Willie C. Grubbs."
Samuel H. Hadley, Will W. Hall,
: Eddie Hamilton, Charles E. Harris,
Wm. H. Harrison, T. B. Harley, S. B.
Hawks, J. R. Hewitt, J. A. Higgins,
Nathan A. Hill, A. A. Hillman, James
Hogan, John F. Hollingshead, Frank
J. Huber, E. J. Hutchins.
Charlie Jackson, Wm. James, J. F.
Jenkins, J. S. Jewett, Alfred Johnson,
E. O. Johnson, Henry Johnson, C. O.
R. L. Keating, Jasob Klein, J. C.
Knight, R. E. Koonce, C. R. Kreger.
Thos. LaBerth, like Langford, A.
M. Lansford, H. H. Lapham, F. L. La La-Rue,
Rue, La-Rue, Francis L. LaRue, C. A. Liddon,
W. H. Little, Carl L. Loden, John C.
Loos, J. M. Luffman.
A. D. Marlow, Robert Marshall, E.
S. Martin, J. C. Massey, J. G. Mead Meadows,
ows, Meadows, Fred Mention, Geo. F. Mershon,
Buck MIddleton, Benjamin Mitchell,
Ed H. Mitchell, Wm. Mock, John F.
Moore, R. C. Muncaster, Howard C.
Munroe, Amos Myers, S. J. McAteer,
Releford sMcCants, H. M. McCorkle,
Jno. M. McCorkle, R. E. McCorkle,
James McCoy, J. J. McClaine, E. W.
McDonald. Geo. McGahagin, Fred B.
McGraw, D. W. McGImes, Jack Mcin Mcintosh,
tosh, Mcintosh, J. W. Mcintosh, D. M. Mclver,
W. L. McLane, Thomas McLane.
C. E. Nelson,' Nelson Newels, U. N.
Norwood, E. J. Nix, J. Nix.
Robert L. Parks, Don Peabody,
Clayton A. Peacock, D. B. Perzello, J.
M. Peterson, Chas. J. Phillips, E. Li
Proctor, W. G. Puckett, Jesse S.
- Hardy W. Rawls, J. C Raysor,
John F. Redmon, J. A. Rentz, Jas. J.
Retkey, L. S. Rhodes, W. D. Richey,,
Hardy W. Roberts, J. H. Roberts, Em Em-mett
mett Em-mett E. Robinson, Arthur Roddenber Roddenber-ry,
ry, Roddenber-ry, John Royal, Tony Russ.
John Sammia, Charlie Sampson, C.
R. Sapp, S. S. Savage, Sr., J. W.
Schenck, Hampton Scott, J. N. Shell,
W. J. Sheridan, Jas. T. Simmons, Wm,
S. Simmons, A. Smith, Archie Smith',
Warned W. Smith, S. W. Sparkman,
Edwin Spencer, Jr., F. W. Stanley, R.
, B. Starbuck, Handy St, Clair, Chas. H.
Stewart, Maurice Strauss, C. B.
Strickland, W. F. Stroman, A. G.
Strunk, Mabry Sumner..
Joe Taylor, Robert Taylor, Daniel
P. Thomas, Jacob Thomas, John F.
Thompson, Jno. M. Thompson, Sol
Thrilling, Peter A. Tweet, Thomas
Tucker, Sam Turner, W. E. Tydings.
Alonzo W. Walker, Thos. Walters,
Geo. Washington, Sam Washington,
C. J. Weaver, Chas. B. Whitfield, J.
A. Wiggins, James Williams, Samuel
' Williams, Wm. Wolff (colored), J. H.
R. B. Zachary.
Precinct No. 2
John Bennett, Pinkney Brown.
J. W. Fraser.
J. O. Johnson.
Jas. E. Leitner.
L. D. W. Mason, W. M. Milling, L.
E. Mock, S. E. Mock.
Louis Sanders, Sam Small. -Davis
Wm. Williams, Jr.
Precinct No. 3
J. A. Britt.
D. C. Gunnels.
W. H. .Phillips.
R. P. Smith.
J. A. Weisner.
Precinct No. 4
William DeHon. v
C. M. Hawkins.
T. W. Simpson.
Precinct No. 5
W. W. Dean.
H. M. Gunter, W. P. Gunter,
J. A. Lanier. .'.
A. P. Markham, N. I Moore, R. A.
1 J. C Nettles.
R. J. Omans, J. C. Osteen.
J. C. Young, R. T. Young.
Precinct No. 6
Precinct No. 7
T. J. Barnes, Joe Bell, Johnnie Bell.
John Cain, John Coon, Lona Ches Ches-ler,
ler, Ches-ler, A. L. Copeland.
T. J. Davis, Jack Damon.
.-J. T. Foster, Eddie Floyd, Matt
Fears, H. Felder.
Mose Gibson, William Guess, Thos.
L. Glymp, John Glymp, Walter Glymp.
Sherman Holland, Thomas Houston,
Albert Hope, Silas Henderson, Robert
Hampton, Joseph Harris, John Har
vey, Louertos Henderson, Sam Hamp Hampton.
ton. Hampton. Thomas Jackson, George Jackson,
W. E. Johnson.
Frank Livingston, McCoy Living Livingston.
ston. Livingston. William Mercer, Robert Michall,
Zacharias Morris, Gilbert Michael, Ed
Mossey, William M. McLucius.
A. D. L. Swinson, W. R. Scott, Rob Robert
ert Robert Smith.
Erwick Thomas, Frank Thomas.
J. Hedrick Vereen, MarcellU3 Vogt,
Cope Wilson, Wrilliam Wilson, D.
C. Wright, Henry Williams, Orlando
Precinct No. 8
man, Lem Blackman, Wm. Blackwell,
C. J. Balch, J. C. Balch, E. L. Black Black-Eddie
Eddie Black-Eddie Blackwell.
W. H. Carr, N. A. Chaney.
T. N. Davis.
John Elder, Samuel Elder, James
Lewis C. Griffin.
Hiram Hector, H. J. Heet, A. Holle Holle-well,
well, Holle-well, Sam Howard.
T. L. Johnson.
G. Kim, J. G. King, Geo. Kravalis.
J- N. Lenox, Dowdy Lloyd.
C. A. Messenger, James McCormick,
J. McNeal, Geo. E. Mullen, W. H.
Geo. C. Nehlson.
J. S. Pyles.
James C. Smith.
Geo. TS. Williams, J. R. Worrick.
Precinct No. 9
E. W. Agnew.
J. IL Fort.
1 T. J. McGahagin.
L. W. Sellers.
Precinct No. 10
N. L. Fort.
J. H. Halford.
C. A. Oueer.
I. C. Putnam, Isaac Perry.
E. H. Sylvester.
Precinct No. 11
Robert Holly, B. I Hull.
C. A. Roberts.
D. K. Tillis.
Ivey E. Williamson.
Precinct No. 12
Precinct No. 13
C. E. Adams.
David C. Clayton.
U. P. Davis, Chas. M. M. Drum.
J. K. Edgarly.
H. B. Hamilton, J. B. Hanly, E. W.
Hill, Geo. H. Howell.
Harry Johanson, John Johnson,
John P. Jones.
Albert G. Kirk.
F. J. Magin, M. L. McQuaid, Joseph
Melice, Sherman G. Miller, Sidney
Moore, O. E. Motes.
Frank, W. Plum, Gilbert Proctor.
Walter Raines, Otto A. Ravell.
Chas. W. Sheerer, Gasper H. Sis Sis-trunk,
trunk, Sis-trunk, Francis W. Smith, J. L. Smith,
O. G. Stanbrough.
W. H. Worden.
Precinct No. 14
James Herbert Ford.
Herman Gerber, N. E. Gibson.
R. T. LeFevre.
John Moore, J. E. Massey.
P. W. Peck, Ji H. Pegram, F. W.
L P. Wells.
F. Wm. Zoerb.
Precinct No. 15
W. C. Butler.
W. H. Cason, Barney Cheshire, W.
E. Chesire, J. E. Cocbran.
T. C. Ellis.
E. L. Falkenbercr.
T. M. Hardee, W. H. Harrison, W.
J. M. Landolt, W. C. Lockhart.
A. L. Marsh, JS. McAllister.
W. J. Nease. ;
J. li. Perry.
J. L. Spooner, J. W. Spooner.
II. C. Weaver.
Precinct No. 17
J. L. Andrews.
W. H. Barrend, Joseph C. Baskin,
C. W. Beal, J. J. Beard, Benjamin
Samuel Clinch, John F. Collier,
Hardy -Crawford. t
G. H. Davis.
C. F. Gamble, Geo. M. Glover, Geo.
W. W. Harrell, C. A. Harroll.
Milton C. Jones.
J. P. Leitner.
F. A. Markham. Richard C. Mark-
jham, W. M. Morgan.
L. G. Neal, Robert Neal.
W. T. Rogers.
W. J. Simmons, C. D. Souter, H. J.
Walter Wells, Wm. Witherspoon,
R. H. Wilkins.
C. R. Young.
Precinct No. 18
Jos. L. Wiley.
Precinct No. 19
Joseph E. Adams, William Allsop.
Alien B. Clippinger.
Sumner R. Hall, Joseph Hostetter.
James A. Logan, Frank Lytle.
Edward T. Newport. :
C. J. Rast.
Carl Schmid, Julius F. Sigmon,
Winston H. Stokes.
' Precinct No. 20
M. L. Armstrong."
Peter Gibson, Henry Gunter.
R. G. Limbough.
Henry Scadver, Amorzil Shipp.
Isaac Thomas, Noble Thomas.
Precinct No. 21
W. F. Abshire.
O. C. Baker, Adolph Baumgartner,
A. A. Bogart, F. T. Brown, W. H.
Jesse D. Carter, C. H. Cherry, A.
Alfred Davenport, Samuel Daven Davenport,
port, Davenport, E. Daymon, M. A. Dudley.
Wm. F. Evans.
Chas. E. Fletcher, John Franklin,
Boshon Full wood.
John Hafner, Thos. L. Haines, W.
R. Haines, John D. Harrell.
Andrew Jackson, Jesse Jackson,
Jonas Jackson, David Jenkins, Law Lawyer
yer Lawyer Jenkins, Solomon Johnson, Steve
J. A. Lucius, Wm. Lucius.
J. T. Martin, Tony Maxy, J. L.
Middleton, John Mills, Joseph Mill Mill-son,
son, Mill-son, H. Morrison, Wilbur Morrison.
. G. J. Proctor.
W. F. Ritter, Isaac Rivers.
Fred Samuels, Wm. Seise. O. B.
Sias, J. A. Slykes, Parker Slykes, B.
A. Smith, John Smith, Mose Step Step-light,
light, Step-light, Phil Summers, Wm. Summers.
Dock Taylor, John Taylor, P. A.
Thomas, Japhet Thompson.
David Whisenant, I. C. E. Whise Whise-nant,
nant, Whise-nant, Sandy Williams, W. C. Wil Wil-loughby,
loughby, Wil-loughby, A. W. Wilson.
Precinct No. 22
Jas. F. Barron.
J. P. Richardson.
W. C. Sanders, W. H. Snoddy.
J. O. Turnipseed.
J. E. Walker, Andy Wingo, A. W.
Wingo, Walker Woodard.
Precinct No. 23
L. S. Perry.
W. H. Shaw.
J. E. Swearington.
Precinct No. 24
G. L. Abbott, M. R. Atkinson.
J. C. Bellah, G. T. Bobbitt, D. E.
Brantley, A. R. Brockington, E. A.
Bronson, S. L. Bryant, J. R. Byrd.
A. L. Colhoun.
H. L. Dennis, M. J. Dixon.
C. O. Faircloth, Ben Feinberg, Har Harry
ry Harry Feinberg, M. Feinberg.
Jefferson Gaines, J. B. Goodwin.
A. J. Harp, C. L. Hayes, L. W.
Hood, T. W. Hooker, J. G. Hunter.
Lina Kenady, H. W. Knight, A. B.
Kibler, W. H. Koon.
Earl E. Lennhard, C. P. Lowry.
J. A. Mann, N. M. McDonald. Dan
Miller, C. K. Mizelle, J. H. Mott.
R. B. Norton.
C. E. Osburn, L. E. Osburn.
R. L. Payne, J. H. Perry, J. W.
!M A Reich
C M. Schneider, C. E. Smith, J. W.
Smith, Tom Smith, J. A. Stanford,
J. Thomas, W. A. Thompson, D. E.
I. W. Waddell, C. C. Williams, Den-
nie Williams, "Jesse Williams, Lazarus
Williams, L. L. Wingate.
L. J. Zimmerman.
Precinct No. 25
F. E. Driver.
F. C. Snell, D. B. Snell.
A. R. Williams, J. F. Worwick.
Precinct No. 26
E. D. Brown.
Cazzie Carter, J. J. Colbert.
Lloyd Gadson, John G. Gary, Sloan
Galbreath, D. L. Grantham.
J. T. Hooker.
Joshua I vine.
J. A. R. James, Lee Johnson.
E. W. Larkin.
L. E. Mangum, Nance Myers.
J. M. Neal.
Jno. D. Richards, S. A. Richards,
S. D. W. Smith, J. A. Strickland,
M. J. Strickland, Mitchell H. Strick Strickland.
land. Strickland. C. A. Taylor, Ely Taylor, David
Thomas, Frank P. Thomas,- Charles
P. B. Young.
, Precinct No. 27
A. M. Browning.
James L. Freddia, J. L. Freddia.
A. W. Wilson.
Precinct, No. 28
A. H. Angus. ;
T. F. Bennett, A. M. Buser.
W. H. Fields, W. J. Frink.
J. O. Hicks, T. G. Hicks.
W. A. Kelly.
J. W. Lolley.
C. H. Martin, C. F. McGuire.
C. A. Oliver. t
11. P. Perry.
G. E. Stringer, H. R. Shaw, T. K.
Harry R. L. White.
Precinct No. 29
J. H. Corbitt.
Jeff Davis. i
B. F. W. Early.
Henry Holly, David Hopkins.
Hector Johnson, A. L. Jones.
T. M. Lewis.
F. C. Monroe, W. J. McGehee.
Geo. W. Ray, Gilbert N. Ray.
Thos C. Syms, Fletcher Smith.
Precinct No. 30
Jas. A. Adams.
' R. M. Bell, Long Bostick, J. H.
Henry Chambers, A. C. Clark, Fred
Conner, James A. Custer, Wm.
James Davis, Dan Dermick, Ben
Dickson, Sink Dickson.
Eddie R. Harper, J. J. Holland, W.
G. A. Jacobs, Jake Jacobs.
B. G. Lake, Berry G. Lake, Maley
Lawrence, Henry W. Long, R. T.
Richard Mug, J. E. Myers.
Brooks B Register, John W. Rog Rogers.
ers. Rogers. Benj. F. Scott, Hudson Sheppard,
Harry Small, J. M. Sullivan.
Rufus Washington, Walter Will Williams.
iams. Williams. Precinct No. 31
R. T. Crouch.
Prestley R. Dukes.
T. C. Ferguson.
H. M. Gunter, W. P. Gunter.
E. H. Hogan.
C. P. Ivey.
Percy A. L. H. Jones.
W. M. Locke.
T. J. Mance, Alexander M. Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, B. M. Montgomery, James J.
Morston, C. H. McAllister.
J. A. Randall, Arthur Riggins.
Jim Scofield, T. J. Sherouse, J. D.
Smoak, J. P. Smoak, P. Strickland.
Harvey Washington, Preston Will Williams.
iams. Williams. W. D. Cam,
Chairman of Board of County Com Commissioners.
missioners. Commissioners. P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS
This office will make close prices
on sets of tickets for orange packers
for the coming season. Write U3 for
samples and prices.
d&w tf The Ocala Star.
SPEED OF PROJECTILES.
How the Velocity of Cannon Balls and
Bullets Is Measured.
How fast loe6 a bullet travel? The
highest velocity ever given to a cannon
ball la 1.C2G feot per second. This is
equal to a mile in little more than
three seconds, or nearly twenty miles
A rifle bullet does not travel so fast
as a cannon ball, the average rate be being
ing being 1,275 feet per second. This mat matter
ter matter of speed is tested in a very inter interesting
esting interesting way.
A long wooden shed is used. In which
a distance of exactly 100 feet has been
carefully marked off. At each end of
this space is a stand something like a
target with a large circular open in?
where the bullseye should be. Across
each opening Is stretched a small elec electric
tric electric wire, connected with a delicate
Instrument in another room.
The rifle from which the tiring Is
done is so aimed that the bnllet which
flies from it t-uts both wires. Obvious Obviously
ly Obviously the difference in time between the
cutting of the two wires marks the
speed of the bullet through that 100
When the first wire is cut an electric
current is broken and a rod falls, mov moving
ing moving a pointer on a slide in its descent
The breaking of the second wire acts
in the same manner on another set of
rods, slides and pointers.
The difference in the marks made by
the pointers on the slides makes it pos possible
sible possible to estimate the difference in their
time of falling, and from these calcu calculations
lations calculations accurate figures as to speed are
obtained. London Answers.
Little Things That Make Living a Joy
' Are Not Always Appreciated.
We are to.d that happiness comes by
pieces and that it is these small bits
linked together that make our lives
worth whUe. Some of us are not con content
tent content to take our happiness by degrees
or at intervals. We want it all the
time in big pieces, and if we cannot
have it that way we think that we are
deprived of our natural rights and look
upon ourselves as injured beings.
It is a rather singular expression of
human nature how happiness affects
the individual. With some of us it
makes us friendlier toward others and
anxious that they should experience
like joys; with others it makes us too
satisfied with ourselves to think very
much of our neighbors.
Perhaps those of us who know what
the joy of living means have experi experienced
enced experienced both of these attitudes at dif different
ferent different periods of our lives and are in
position, therefore, to appreciate a
varying viewpoint, but even so it is
only after we lose something of that
joy of living and have found out for
ourselves that there are shadows which
no amount of sunlight can disperse
that we can readily appreciate the
blessing of whatever happiness may
find its way into our lives.
The little things that count so much
in our intercourse with each other are
not always regarded as highly as they
should be. and for this reason we pass
by much that would give us joy it we
only knew how and where to find it it-Charleston
Charleston it-Charleston News and Courier.
Gardens In the Ice.
A glacier when it dislodges itself and
sails away over the Arctic ocean never
travels alone. In the wake of every
large one floats a line of similar com companions.
panions. companions. The Eskimos call this phe phenomenon
nomenon phenomenon "the duck and ducklings
and any one who has watched the
progress of the, wild duck followed by
her brood will appreciate the aptitude
f the naiae. Strange as it may seem,
plants jtrow and blossom upon these
great ice mountains. When a glacier
is at rest uioss attaches itself to it,
protecting .the ice beneath, just as
sawdust does. After a time the moss
decays and forms a soil, in which the
seeds of buttercups and dandelions,
brought by the wind, take root and
In many of the mean streets of Lon London
don London there are professional pawners
. women, well known to the pawnbro pawnbrokers,
kers, pawnbrokers, who for small payments take
clothes and household goods to pawn
for their neighbors. It is stated that
the function of the professional pawn pawner
er pawner is twofold. The woman who pawns
through a recognized intermediary gets
a larger loan than she would if she did
the business herself. For the pawn pawnbroker
broker pawnbroker the professional pawner guar guarantees
antees guarantees the good faith of the owner and
"will be able to exercise pressure in
case of default London Express.
DOING THEIR DUTY
Scores of Ocala Readers are Learning
the Duty of the Kidneys
To filter the blood is the kidneys'
When they fail to do this the kid kidneys
neys kidneys are weak.
Help the kidneys do their work.
Use Do&n's Kidney Pills the test tested
ed tested kidney remedy.
Ocala people endorse their worth.
J. A. Chandler, proprietor of The
New Grocery, 34 W. Broadway, Ocala,
says: "One of my family had been
having considerable trouble with the
back and kidneys. At one time the
patient was obliged to give up for
several days on account of lameness
across the back. As soon as Doan's
Kidney Pill3 were taken these trou troubles
bles troubles were relieved and by continuing
their use, a cure was' eventually
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mr. Chandler recommended. Foster Foster-Milburn
Milburn Foster-Milburn Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. 2
For plumbing ana electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
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 43 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous 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
rrnRY our Fresh Meat it .-.will
-U- please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine Jin e of Groceries.
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Special Attention Given to
No Extra Charge for Hurry Work
20 W. Ft. Kino Ave.
White Star line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
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COLLIER BROS., Proprietors
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. PetersDurg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. mV
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.
Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies Dy express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf
- Ocala, Fla. I
; Shippin of Freight, I
Pianos, and Safes.
I am now thoroughly prepared to
repair all kinds of surgical rubber
goods for physicians and nursesfs t
tides In the home. Davies the
Tire Man. 4-tf
NpTICE OF ELECTION
Under and by virtue of authority
vested in the undersigned as mayor
of the city of Ocala, a municipal cor corporation
poration corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the state of Florida, I
hereby proclaim and give notice that
a municipal election for the city of
Ocala is hereby called and will bo
held in the said city of Ocala, Marion
county Florida, onythe
14th day of December, A. D. 1915
for the purpose of electing a mayor
of the said city; also one councilman
from the first ward; also one council councilman
man councilman from the second ward; also one
councilman from the third ward; also
one councilman from the fourth ward;
also one councilman at large for the
city aforesaid, and hereby appoint tie
inspectors and clerks as follows:
Ward. No. 1. O. B. Howse, F. B.
Beckham, George Stuart, inspectors,
and W. A. Goin, clerk.
Ward No. 2. E. W. Clement, J. H.
Livingston, H. H. WTietstone, inspec inspectors,
tors, inspectors, and Isaac Stevens, clerk.
Ward No. 3. T. B. Barnes, Wm. A.
Jeff coat, E. M. Williams, inspectors,
and Judge Lester Warner, clerk.
Ward No. 4. E. W. Kraybill, R. C.
Loveridge, Ollie Mordis, inspectors,
and W. H. McConn, clerk.
11-13-sat J. D. Robertson,
Mayor of the City of Ocala, FKT
OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915
Of Marion County Florida, for Term of 1915-1916
FOR WHITE SCHOOLS
. MEMBERS OF THE BOARD
G. S. SCOTT, Chairman, Ocala. B. R. BLITCH, Blitchton. J. S. GRANTHAM, Fort McCoy.
J. H. BRINSON, Secretary Id the Board and Superintendent of Public Instruction, Ocala.
No. Schools. Teachers. Trustees or Supervisor.
1. Ocala High School
,....W. H. Cassels, Principal, Ocala ..Jack Camp, Ocala.
Miss Tommie Abernathy, Ocala Dr. J. E. Chace, Ocala.
Miss Susan Tidball, Ocala W. T. Gary, Ocala.
Miss Lena Day Godby, Ocala ,
Mrs. M. P. Geiger, Ocala...
Domestic Science ....Miss Mildred Groman, Ocala.
Expression .. .... ....Miss Mary Lee Hill, Ocala...
Ocala Grammar School
, Miss Elizabeth Mizelle, Ocala
Miss Bessie McKissack, Ocala
Miss Minnie Lee Carlisle, Ocala. ...
Miss Yeba Johnson, Ocala
Miss Goldie Ford, Ocala.
Mr. Robert Connor, Ocala
Mrs. Rex Todd, Ocala
Miss Ethel Robinson, Ocala....
Mrs. H. S. Wesson, Ocala ;
Miss Eugenia Fuller, Ocala.........
Ocala Primary School Miss Nellie Stevens, Principal, Ocala.
! Mrs. W. T. Evans, Ocala
Miss Eunice Marsh, Ocala.....
Miss Edith Griffin, Ocala
Miss Lulu Griffin, Ocala
Mrs. Maude Rochford, Ocala........
. Miss Fannie Clark, Ocala....
Miss Marcella McLean, Ocala.......
North Ocala Primary .... . . .Miss Ella Mendenhall, Ocala. .......
' Miss Collie Clark, Ocala
................. E.H. Miller
Miss Appie Redditt
...J. K. Christian, Mcintosh.
...A. C. Walkup, Mcintosh.
E. W. Rush, Mcintosh.
, .H. P. Chambers W. N. Fielding, Belleview.
Miss Sallie Sigmon .D. C. Standley, Belleview.
J. L. Wisenant, Belleview.
. .... .... .........Miss Mary Forbes
......... .J. B. George, Morriston.
R. B. Fant, Montbrook.
M. R. Godwin, Montbrook.
6. Dunnellon . .Miss Isabel Mays, Principal ....... .Wm. Griffith, Dunnellon.
Miss Grace Robertson G. W. Neville, Dunnellon.
, Miss Rosa Yawn J. M. Barksdale, Dunnellon.
Miss Gerardine Anderson .........
Miss Clarissa Whitaker .............
Miss Ruth Otwell i
. Miss Louise Booe
. . . A. C. Maddox I . j
' Miss Sadie Dansby' .
7. Pine Level Miss Rae Folks
...... ............Miss Ida Vause
. v .J. B. Devore, Reddick.
C. M. Cam, Redick.
J. W. Wilson, Reddick.
............ W. L. Brooks, Gaiter.
J. T. Ross, Gaiter.
r George Turner, Gaiter.
, ...... .R. V. McNatt, Weirsdale.
W. B. Coggin, Weirsdale.
Alton B. Coggin, Weirsdale.
............ .W. A. Guthrie, Stanton.
H. H. Rast, Weirsdale.
C. S. Gates, Weirsdale.
10. Citra J. M. Feagle W. J. Crosby, Citra.
. i Miss Susie Ervin ..; .. C. W. Driver, Citra.
; Miss Pauline Lambert ...R. Shortridge, Citra.
i H L. Tolbcrt ......
11. Griner Farm ................ .Miss Frances Ramsey ...B. C. Murphy, Oak.
'" Miss Agnes Crago ................ F. B. Cahoon, Oak.
. I J. A. Luffman, Oak.
. I .......... W. D. Young, Juliette.
............. .W. H. Markham, Romeo.
J. D. Wiggins, Romeo, v
.Miss Josie Parish ................ .J. E. Thomas, Sparr..
Miss Grace Brownine ............ .E. Clements, Sparr.
A. J. Stephens, Sparr.
...................Mrs. Blanche Thompson ..........J. N. Marshall, Candler.
A. C. McClain, Candler.
J ;' i Dr. A. Belcher, Candler.
. . . . .. .. .... ..Miss Kathryn Salters S. D. Atkinson, Berlin.
' Miss Janie Mae Perry ............. W. B. Rawls, Berlin.
Miss Blanch Moody S. W. Curry, Berlin.
12. Buck Pond . Mrs. R. F. Proctor
. Miss Louise Nash
13. Sparr.. ..
14. Candler .
16. Electra .. ............ .......Miss Mary Hamilton
17. Blitchton .. ..................Miss Emma Ekloff ......
18. Martel.. ...... Miss Etta Faglie .........
19. Fort King: Miss Vida Outland ........
20. Capulet . .... . . ... ....... Miss Ruby Cappleman
21. Linadale . ................. .Miss Lillie Marsh
22. Cotton Plant ... ............. G. Fred Turner
trV 23. Orange Lake ........'........Miss Laura Floyd ........
24. Oak Hill '.Miss Pearl Forbes
25. Moss Bluff Miss Viola Lee .........
.Geo. W. Brant, Electra.
J. M. Mock, Electra.
A. B. Mock, Electra.
...O. S. Sanders, Blitchton.
Joseph Akin, Blitchton.
B. C. Blitch, Blitchton.
D. A. Walker, Martel.
J. Seckinger, Martel.
Walter Ray, Martel.
, ... ..E. J. Johnson, Ocala, Ft. King Route.
W. J. Young, Ocala, Ft. King Route.
C. G. Parker, Ocala, Ft. King Route.
. . . A. C. Barker, Montague Route, Ocala.
, W. R. Green.
C. E. Foglestrom.
, .....C. A. McCraney, Umatilla.
Mitchel Rigdon, Umatilla.
, S. M. Thomas, Umatilla.
, . . .C. R. Veal, Cotton Plant. '.
A; W. Woodward, Cotton Plant.
J. S. Weathers, Cotton Plant.
.D. H. Burry, Orange Lake.,
C. E. Cork, Orange Lake.
David Burry, Orange Lake.
, ,F. E. Smoak, Micanopy Rural Route.
H. W. Nettles.
J. M. Mathews.
, .J. S. Martin, Moss Bluff.
A. W. Fort, Moss Bluff.
S. A. McKinney, Moss Bluff.
. . G. C. Flanders
Miss Daisy Ross ,
28. Charter Oak ................. Miss Mary Allen
,J. J. Beard, Principal
Mrs. C. C. Driggers
Miss Cora Simmons .
...... R. H. Scott, Fairfield.
, B. R. Chambers, Fairfield.
D. B. Mathews, Fairfield.
,.' W. A. Redding, Summerfield.
J. A. Scroggin, Summerfield.
T. W. Barnett, Summerfield.
....... M. M. Proctor, Summerfield.
.. Hugh Oliver, Summerfield.
....... S. G. Lovell, Summerfield.
30. Kendrick .
, A. E. Ashworth ......
Mrs. May Ashworth
31. Oklawaha . ..... .......... .J. W. Mann
32. Heidtville . ...........
.Miss Mellie Tomberlin
33. Pleasant Hill ............ . .Miss Olive Jones
34. Fort McCoy
.W. B. Feagle
Mrs. W. B. Feagle. ....
Miss Mabel Marlow .....
, J. J. Guthery, Kendrick.
....... W. B. Livingston, Kendrick.
f J. E. Turnipseed, Kendrick.
...... H. W. Henry, Oklawaha.
W. E. McGahaghin, Oklawaha.
Robert Martin, Oklawaha.
, . W. T. Strickland, Heidtville.
C. L. Strickland, Heidtville.
F. H. Miller, Heidtville.
, L. D. Curry, Standard.
R. D. Mills, Standard.
W. R. Blitch, Standard.
......Tom Pierce, Fort McCoy.
.... ...E. L. Bosshardt, Fort McCoy.
, W. S. Priest, Fort McCoy.
.H. E. Adderhold .....G. M. Brown, Anthony.
H. G. Shealy C. W. Turner, Anthony.
Miss Hettie Harwell C. C. Priest, Anthony.
Miss Ruth Young
.Miss Nellie Clyburn
Miss Mabel Hall .
37. Homeland Miss Helen Thornton
38. Shiloh Miss Abbie Stokes
3S. Lowell Miss Minnie Lee
40. Greenwood Miss Nora Creekmore
43. Goins .. ......
44. Marshville ...
46. Bay Lake
47. Orange Springs
48. Martin ..
49. Grahamville ..
50. Indian Mound
51. Key Pond
54. Shady . . .
55. Churchill . ...
56. Lake Bryant .
61. Mill Creek
62. Dallas . .....
64. Paisley . f ....
65. Burbank . ...
66. Turner Farm ..
68. Derby .. .....
69. Silver Springs
70. Old Town
.Miss Ethel Senn
.Miss Annie Mae Hawkins ..
.Miss Nettye Massie
.Miss Floy McCully
.Miss Fay Beck ...........
.John H. Kennedy
,W. P. Shigley
.Miss Una Shealy
.Miss, Mary Nash
.Miss Trixie Dalrymple ....
.Miss Carrie Holly
.Mis3 Daisy Albertson
.Earl Grantham ...........
.Miss Tommie Standley
.Miss Hattie Akins .......
.Miss Donnie Proctor .7...,
.Mrs. Suelow Proctor .....
.Miss Opal Blitch .....
.Miss Mary McKim ........
.Miss Edith Howard .......
.Miss Ethel Crosbys........
.Miss Irene Miller .........
.Miss Gracie Harrell ......
.Miss Effie Rawls
..Nathan Mayo, Summerfield.
. .R. L. Clyburn, Summerfield.
H. Groff, Summerfield.
..J. F. Parker, Leroy.
H. R. Roddenberry, Leroy.
J. D. Williams, Leroy.
. .D. R. Zetrouer, Micanopy.
A. J. Wyche, Micanopy.
W. R. Dreyer, Micanopy.
...H. T. Hall, Lowell.
S. F. Rou, Lowell.
H. Neidenhofer, Lowell.
..G. D. Turner, Pine.
M. H. Titus, Pine.
Harmon Hall, Pine.
, .C. R. Curry, Micanopy.
. . W. P. Sapp, Irvine.
, ..F. Lightsey, Santos.
, .L. B. Marsh, Burbank.
, .F. M. Harp, Eureka.
, ..I. D. Matcnett, Bay Lake.
, ..J. B, Hall, Orange Springs,
iv.. Samuel Slack, Martin.
, . J. R. Peebles, Conner.
, ..I. P. Stephens, Conner.
...O. H. Rogers, Lynne.
,..J. T. E. Gaskins, Shady.
, .D. E. McRae, Lake Kerr.
, ..C. H. Rogers, Lynne.
,..H. E. Colding, Williston.
,..D. B. Brinson, Eureka.
...J. D. Proctor, Dallas.
. ,E. S. Tyner, Williston.
...Geo. S. Bowens, Burbank.
...Sylvester Smith, Bay Lake.
...John BalUet, Ocala.
, ,E. W. Creider, Summerfield.
...Joel Terrell, Silver Springs.
,..W.B. Rawls, Berlin.
It Was Once a Spot Apart From tha
Island .of Manhattan.
The Magazine of American History
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embraces the whole island, or the city
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"In 'other words, the latter is the
present borough of Manhattan. Man Manhattan
hattan Manhattan Island was a knoll along the old
water front of the East river about an
acre in extent surrounded by creeks
and salt marsh and made an island by
the tide. ( Near it was Henry Eckford's
shipyard, an ancient landmark. It
may be identified on General Egbert I.
Yiele's map of the water courses.
"In the reticulation of the present
streets it lay between Rivington and
Houston. Sheriff and Cannon streets.
Columbia and Stanton streets Intersect
on' what was about the center of the
island. Just north of it was one of the
tidal mouths of a stream that arose
near First avenue on Sixth street,
flowed through Tompkins square and
reached the river between Manhattan
Island and Burnt Mill or Branda Mu Mu-nah
nah Mu-nah Point, about Third and Lewis
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The Story of "Hard Hi."
"Mr. Orchardson, if 1 thought that
by killing you I could paint a picture
like yours I would stab you to the
heart." Such was the remark made by
Pellegrini, the famous caricaturist, to
the Royal academician. Sir William
Orchardson, when at a private view he
first saw "Hard Hit. the picture of
the ruined gambler. "It was," said
the artist, "the greatest compliment I
could have had." Curiously enough,
the model who sat for the ruined
gamester was rather fond of cards
himself. One day the artist noticed
that he looked somewhat depressed.
"What is the matter? he asked. "1
was- awfully hard hit last night. he
answered. "By Jove.' replied the art artist,
ist, artist, jumping up with delight, "I've got
It at last: Hard Hit.' of course."
And that is how the picture cot its
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The new Maxwell is equipped with a cue cue-man
man cue-man real mohair top. It can be raised or low
ered almost in an instant, by one person.
There are no top bows near the driver's seat.
This gives the driver and passenger beside
him am unobstructed view on both sides of
' The storm curtains are quick-adjustable.
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Put Your Ad. in the Star.
OCALA EVENING STAB, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 20, 1915
f OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(Continued from First Page)
Representative Henderson from
Lynne was in town today.
Mr. L. R. Chazal is enjoying a visit
from his brother, Mr. Phillip Chazal,
New line of silver plated picture
frames at The Book Shop. 3t
Farmers, before killing your hogs
buy lard cans from the Marion Hard- j
ware Company. 11-16
Oil stoves, wood stoves, coal stove3
at the Marion Hardware Co. 11-18
W. K. Lane, M. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Buildinz, Oca la,
Pabst 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
"Mr7 W. K. Zewadski, who has been
transacting business at Inverness, re returned
turned returned home this afternoon.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
The best hot chocolate you ever
tasted is now being served at the
Court Pharmacy. Try a cup and be
Mr. Landis Blitch who is coaching
the basketball team of Columbia Col
lege, is playing with the Gainesville
high school today.
Florida Growers' Rye seed, any
quantity,' at the Ocala Seed Store, tf
Lunch counters, hotels and restaur restaurants
ants restaurants can buy their paper napkins
cheapest at the Book Shop. 3t
Fresh seeds of all kinds at th3
Ocala Seed Store. 20-tf
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Mr. W. T. Goodyear, who has been
residing in Lakeland for seevral
years, has accepted a position as
pharmacist in the Palace Drug Store
Hot drinks of all kinds clam and
tomato bouillon and chocolate, at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-6t
The International harvester com
pany will have an exhibit at the fair.
Marion county should have a good
Thanksgiving. There are plenty of
turkeys in the county.
Syrup cans, all kinds, Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
Yearly subscriptions for all mag magazines
azines magazines taken at The Book Shop. We
also give club rates on every mag magazine
azine magazine that clubs.- 3t
',. The Book Shop is the agency for
the best engraving I house in the
South. Prompt deliveries given on
visiting cards, invitations and em embossed
bossed embossed stationery. 3t
On Saturdays and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
i. c :i-U o tii.- joi A.m
wtsu oiuiiu viiucery vju. it uuiie tot. ui
r resn nape seea just receivea at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
Galvin's Orange Cocoanut creams,
40 cents a pound at Gerig's Drug
Get a Barley oil heater and keep
your room cozy and warm. Marior
Hardware Company. 11-16
Save auto troubles buy Diamond
tires and tubes from the Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
Try one cf those frosted pints of
Pabst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf
Auto tires, tubes and spark plugs.
Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
McKinley and Century editions" of
10c music at The Book Shop. 3t
V 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-lnv Tax Collector.
Mrs. Park Trammell of Tallahassee,
who was a lavishly admired delegate
attending the federation meeting held
in DeLand this week, is now the
guest of her father at Crescent City.
Before returning to the governor's
mansion about Dec. 7th, Mrs. Tram Trammell
mell Trammell will visit relatives at Winter
Park and in Orlando.
The infant daughter of Mr. and
Mrs. Niel A. Weathers of Short Hills,
N. J., has been given the name Mar
ion Juliet for her two grandmothers,
Mrs. B. A. Weathers of this city and
Mrs. Cushing of East Orange, N. J.
Born to Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Coulter
of Blitchton a 14-pound boy. Mother
and son doing nicely.
Miss Donnie Griffin of Anthony, a
well known state educator, is at Van-
derbelt University, Nashville, taking
a domestic science course, which she
will complete next summer.
Mrs. Eugene Rivers will be hostess
to the Junior sewintr circle of the
Methodist church Monday afternoon
Though organized only a few weeks
ago this circle will have a fancy work
sale Dec. 10th, with the Senior circle.
A full attendance is desired at the
meeting Monday so as to get as much
work done as possible toward com
pleting the articles for the sale.
Mrs. John Hansbrough of Tampa,
a frequent visitor to Ocala, is the
guest of Mrs. B. F. Watts in Lees
burg, arriving there today.
Miss Margaret Jackson is planning
to leave the first part of December
for Okeechobee to make an extended
visit to her brother, Mr. J. C. Jack
son Jr. and wife.
Miss Bettie Mclver is the guest for
the week-end of Mrs. H..W. Henry at
Lake Weir, going down this afternoon
especially to be present tomorrow eve
ning at the marriage of her cousin,
Miss Sallie Spurlin to Mr. Carl Dekle.
Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Maughs left last
night for Murdock to visit Mr. and
Mrs. Arthur Williams and daughters
Miss Frances Liddon, a former
Ocala girl, has many friends here
who will be clad to learn that she is
rapidly recovering from an attack of
scarlet fever at Bethel College, Hop
kinsville, Ky., where she is attending
The members of the Tuesday auc
tion club are going to take in the fair
attractions in a body. They will go
out early Wednesday afternoon and
are anticipating a genuinely good
Mr. Hugh Wicker of Coleman, a
student at the University of Florida,
is the guest until tomorrow of his
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. J. A.
The "Wildcats" are expecting to
play the Gainesville high school bas
ketball team in this city next Satur
day afternoon. The "Wildcats" de defeated
feated defeated badly the G. H. S. girls last
week and if the game is played much
interest will be .centered in it.
The St. Petersburg Independent
contains the following item which
will be of interest to the friends here
of the hostess and her guests: "One
of the most enjoyable social events of
the week was the supper and slumber
party for the Bachelor Girls given by
Miss Mary Bradshaw at the pretty
Bradshaw home last night. A buffet
luncheon was served by the hostess at
6 o'clock, after which the young la ladies
dies ladies held an informal reception to
their friends. Hot chocolate, home home-made
made home-made cake and fruit were served dur during
ing during the evening. The girls compos composing
ing composing the party were: Misses Jessie
Key, Frances West, Helen Alfred,
Mabel Dalton, Ophelia Gray and May
Bradshaw, and their guests were
Messrs. Charles Gray, Joe Kinkaid of
Griffith, Ga., who is a guest of Mr.
Gray;' Roy Dew, Herchel Sterling, R.
C. Kithcart, Bainbridge Hayward,
Roffell and Fred DeHon."
Please bear in mind that it was I who
first man in Ocala to begin selling GOOD
below the regular price. I have always
value giving ever since I began and am still leading.
You will always find my prices right at any
time of the year. When I offer special inducements
I they are
and you save an additional amount to my already low prices.
I have no last season's Ladies' Coat Suits to show you: My
my system is to rid my store of all unseasonable goods at the end
of such season.
Special prices to club members on
sign work. See Dodge the old re reliable.
liable. reliable. 20-3t
Hot clam and tomato bouillon at
the Court Pharmacy. Try them. 6t
MacjiuoHm Meat Market I
OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE
340 North Magnolia Street
ISaFaso! a Market
No. 10 S. SECOND ST.
Established Three Years.
CHOICE OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY
BEST FRESH AND SALT
Florida and Western Meats
PHONE 167 f
PHONE 380 v
WATER FISH $
Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables X
Every Coat Suit in
my store has been bought in the last
ing Continuing until
I will offer three Exceptional Opportunities in
This Season's Styles Only
Outing Flannels, all i col colors,
ors, colors, real 10c value, at per
yard only 7
Bleached Sheeting, yard yard-wide,
wide, yard-wide, real 10c value, at
per yard only
Shirting Cheviots, stand standard
ard standard make, fast colors, 10c
value, at per yard only
Shepherd Plaids, Black
and White checked woven
colors, at per yard only
English Long Cloth, real
10c yard value at 12 yards
Toile Du Nord Dress Ging Ginghams,
hams, Ginghams, the standard of
America, at per yard only
Pillow Tubing, 45-inch
genuine Indian Head Mills
25c value at only
, In this lot you will find a large
assortment of fabrics, leading shades,
some trimmed with fur, some velvet
and some plain. The values run up
to $15. Fair Week Price, only
In this lot you will find a larg larger
er larger assortment of styles, than in the
above. The goods are Serges, Gab Gabardines,
ardines, Gabardines, Pop ins, Whipcords. Broad
Cloths and other new fabrics. Val Values
ues Values up to $20, Fair Week price
In this lot you will find a still
larger assortment. All the newest
fabrics and the very latest cuts.
Plenty of colors. Almost any size
from 16 to 45. The values run up
to $30.00. Fair Week Price only
THE FAIR WEEK
Ladies' White Hemstitched
Soft Finish Handkerchiefs
at only each
Crepe De Chine, all silk in
twelve colors, $1.50 value
at per yard only
' All Suits will be sold for CASH ONLY. None
will be exchanged under any circumstances. Al Alterations
terations Alterations free.
Make your headquarters at my store during the
Fair. Have your friends to meet you at my store.
Make my store your store during Fair Week.
Where Styles Are Shown First
Linen Sheeting, 90 inches
wide, 98c values, at per
Sheets, no seams, 75c val values
ues values at only
45x36-inch Bleached Pil Pillow
low Pillow Cases, 15c values at
81x87-inch Crocheted Bed
Spread, weighs 3 1-2 lbs.,
$2.00 value at only
Ladies' House Dresses, as assorted
sorted assorted materials, values
to $1.50, at only
PROMPT FREE DELIVERY
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