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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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daily (except sunday)
daily
normalized irregular

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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
Coordinates:
29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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People are Busy and Rapidly Putting the Ex Exhibits
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AIL INDICATIONS POINT TO
A visit to the fair grounds at noon
today was encouraging to all who
boost our great annual show.
The grounds were bright with dec decorations
orations decorations and lively with busy people.
A lot of exhibits are in place and
more rapidly coming in. At the pres present
ent present rate there will be more than there
ever has been. There is already twice
as much corn as Alachua had, and the
agricultural hall is filling up.
It looks like there will be a bigger
display of machinery than ?for years.
Half the coops in the poultry depart department
ment department are already full.
. Th'ere is going to be a big stock
show. Many fine cattle and hogs are
now in the pens.
The ladies are making their build building
ing building a bower of beauty. The canning
club department is filling up. :
The colored folks are busy prepar preparing
ing preparing a fine exhibit.
There will be plenty to eat and
r.muse the folks. The Ocala ladies al already
ready already have their restaurant in order.
Eee their menu for tomorrow's dinner
alsewhere. The ladies of the Christian
church have their lunch stand ready
and are serving appetizing things.
The Johnny Jones Shows are put putting
ting putting their paraphernalia in place and
will be running this evening. Ad Admission
mission Admission to the fair grounds at night
is free.
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FLORIDA'S GOVERNOR WILL
OPEN THE FAIR
Tomorrow forenoon, as soon as the
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Great Auction Sale Goes on All Fair Week!
This Sale is the Talk of the Town. Articles Bought
Here at Less Than Half of What They Would Cost Elsewhere

Daily Auction of Watches, Diamonds, Jewelry of All Kinds,
Clothing, Shoes & Hats, Guns, Rifles, Revolvers, Ammuni Ammunition,
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A PLEASANT 10 INSTRUCTIVE
BREAKING ATTENDANCE
parade, which starts at 10 o'clock,
reaches the grounds and passes in re review
view review before the grandstand, Governor
Trammell, in the presence of other
great men, and many near great ones,
will open the fair. It will be your
misfortune if you are not there.
THE LIBERTY BELL
PRECIOUS RELIC VIEWED AT
. LOUISVILLE BY 50,000
PEOPLE
(Associated Press)
Louisville, Nov. 22. The police es estimate
timate estimate that 50,000 people viewed the
Liberty Bell while it was here this
morning on its way to Philadelphia
from the San Francisco Exposition.
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
A standard make typewriter, al almost
most almost new, in perfect condition, for
sale cheap, either cash or time. Ad Address
dress Address typewriter, Star office. 22-6t
Oil stoves, wood stoves, coal stoves
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GROUNDS
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OCCASION AND A RECORD
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- BET-- TER THAN EVER, WILL OPEN
AT THE FAIR GROUNDS
THIS EVENING
The Johnny Jones Shows, always
welcome in Ocala, where they have
given the people' dead loads of fun in
the past, arrived last night, prompt promptly
ly promptly unloaded and put up their tents.
They will be open at the fair grounds
this evening, glad to" see their old
friends and as many new ones as will
come. . -" '
The Johnny Jones Shows have been
in Ocala several times. They are run
by an up-to-date crowd of showmen,
who keep good order and give the
people a good time. They will be here
all this week and will prove one of
the drawing cards to the air. :
BUS FARE WILL BE 10 CENTS
At. the request of the fair manage management.
ment. management. Mr. E. EI Dobbs of the. Florida
house has agred to run his big au automobile
tomobile automobile bus. to the fair grounds, day
and night, for a 10-cent fare each
way.
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PARADE TO

MDHROW MOBNIIIG PROMPTLY AT TEH O'CLOCK

All those who intend to participate
n the parade tomoricw morning will
please ba at the startkig point not
later than 9:30 o'clock. The proces
sion will start from 31. S. Hall's cor
ner on Fort King avenue. Those who
wish can take places in the side
streets west of Mr. Hall's not too far
west, however.
PARADE WILL START AT TEN
PROMPTLY
The line of march will be from Mr.
Hall's residence on ,Fort King ave avenue,
nue, avenue, down that street to Main, thence
around the north side of the court
house square, out Exposition street to
the fair grounds and once around the
track.
FIRE DEPARTMENT FIRST
The fire department will head the
parade, and the floats, autoes, etc.,
making it up will take places in the
order of their arrival, first come, first
praced.
AWAKE TO THEIR INTERESTS
, Civic pride and alertness o their
own interests should cause as many
of our business houses as possibly.can
to be represented in this great parade.
Let it be particularly understood
that there will be .no delay in start
ing, a "id llicse who come last will be
placed last and if they are too late
they will have to get out. to the
ground in a: little procession of .their
own. L-ommittee.
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OFFENSIVE
DISPATCH TO GERMAN PAPER
REPORTS GREAT ACTIVITY
AT THE DARDANELLES
(Associated Press).
Rotterdam, Nov, 22. The Cologne
Gazette reports that a great offensive
movement had been initiated by the
Allies at the Dardanelles.
SHIP REPORTED SUNK BY A
SUBMARINE IS SAFE
(Associated Press).
Philadelphia, Nov. 22. The British
freighter Adriatic passed in at "the
Delaware breakwater V today, bound
from Kyamassi, Greece, for Philadel Philadelphia.
phia. Philadelphia. This eliminates the Adriatic
from the rumor circulated a week ago
that a vessel of that name had been
sunk. .
IT APOLOGIZED
London Globe Has Been Allowed -to
Resume Publication
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London, Nov. 22. The London
Globe, suppressed because it "publish "published
ed "published the report that Kitchener had re resigned,
signed, resigned, after warning by the official
press bureau, has resumed publica publication.
tion. publication. It apologized for -the report.
AMERICA DOESN'T APPROVE
But Little Assurance of Safety for
People Afloat in Small Boats
Washington, Nov., 22. While the
United States will wait for the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian reply to Ambassador Penfield's
inquiry concerning the circumstances
under which the Italian liner Ancona
was sunk before making representa representations
tions representations to Vienna, it is stated officially
that the placing of American citizens
in -small boats on the high seas was
not regarded as according them "a
place of safety" within the meaning
of international law.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
The best hot chocolate yon ever
tasted is now being served at the
Court Pharmacy. Try a cup and be
invigorated. 18-6t

THE FAIR STARTS TO-
WILL BE HERE
H EXT WEEK
Will D. Upshaw, One of the Most
Eloquent Temperance Orators
in the South
Will D. Upshaw, of Atlanta, one of
the foremost temperance orators of
the South will arrive in Ocala next
Sunday for a week's series of meet meetings
ings meetings in the interest of prohibition.
The meetings will begin with a mass
meeting at the Temple Sunday night,
on which occasion services at the
churches will be omitted and all-members
will join in attendance at the
mass meeting.
Mr. Upshaw has a national reputa reputation
tion reputation as a speaker for temperance. It
is to be hoped that the meetings will
be largely attended, not only by pro prohibitionists,
hibitionists, prohibitionists, but by their opponents.
It has been alleged with some
reason that imported prohibition
speakers have been too bitter, often
abusing those who disagree with
them, and causing the dry side to lose
votes by unfair attacks on the wets.
Mr. Upshaw has none ofthis kind of
talk in his stock. He has argument
and goodwill for all, abuse for none.
It is to be hoped that all will hear
nlm, and those whom he does not con convince
vince convince may be certain that they will
not be denounced.
TALIU ATTACK
FORCED AUSTRIANS TO RE RE-.
. RE-. TREAT ON THE ISONZO
FRONT
. (Associated Press)
Rome, Nov. 22. The Italians have
made an important advance on the
Isonzo front, especially on the heights
northwest of Goriza, according to the
official statement. The ground that
they gained is being maintained, de despite
spite despite vigorous counter attacks.
STACKED UP THE SHEKELS
Immense Amount Left r by Widener
for Others to Enjoy
-(Associated Press)
Philalelphia, Nov. 22. The will of
the late Peter A. B. Widener was
probated today. It leaves the bulk of
his estate to his son, Joseph, estimat estimated
ed estimated at from fifty to seventy millions.
The residuary estate will be held in
trust until the son is twenty-one.
After his death it goes to his young youngest
est youngest living descendant.
ARSON CASES POSTPONED
(Associated Press)
St. Louis, Nov. 22. The trial of
the St. Louis arson cases have been
postponed until December 6th.
PROCTOR-CRUMPTON
Mr. Thomas Proctor, one of our re reliable
liable reliable young business men, and Miss
Una Crumpton, one of Marion's fair
daughters, were married by. Judge
Smith, at his residence yesterday eve
ning, and immediately left on a wed
ding trip for South Florida.
Mr. Proctor has for a number of
years Jbeen manager of the grocery
department of Masters store.' His
bride is a pretty and charming young
ladyof the Berlin section.
Hot drinks of all kinds clam and
tomato bouillon and chocolate, at the
Court Pharmacy. : 18-6t
Try one cf those frosted! pints of
Psibst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
Auto tires, tubes and spark plugs.
Marion Hardware Co. 11-1G
Special prices to club members on
sign work. See Dodge the old re reliable.
liable. reliable. 20-3t
Farmers, before killing your hogs
buy lard cans from the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Company. 11-16

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Big Allied Fleet Insures Her
Behavior

ITALIANS Hi SERBIANS CLAIM VICTOIS, BUT OTHER 10-
IES SEEM IDLE

(Associated
London, Nov. 22. The rumors last
week that the Allies were determined
to compel Greece to repudiate all
hints that she might interfere with
the passage of allied troops across
her territory were substantiated yes yesterday
terday yesterday by the inauguration of a pa pacific
cific pacific blockade. This is expected to
bring about a clear declaration of the
intentions of Greece. Some Athens
dispatches say this has already been
attained as a result of Ki tchener 's
conference with King Constantine.
They claim satisfactory assurances
were given.
The British government hasn't in
timated that assurances have been
received. Greece is described as fear
ing the Germans, whose military suc
cesses have brought the Balkan the theater
ater theater nearer, while she naturally sym sympathizes
pathizes sympathizes with the Allies. Those dic dictate
tate dictate opposite courses. Some Greek
newspapers regard the blockade as a
violation of international law. It has
causes a profound impression.
For the time being military opera operations
tions operations in Southern Serbia have b&en
vistualy suspended. A Havas dis dispatch
patch dispatch says the Serbian minister at
Athens confirms the report of a Ser Serbian
bian Serbian victory near Loskovatz. The
German war office claims the capture
of 2,600 Serbians.
EAST AND WEST FRONTS ARE
IDLE
The Italian war office claims impor important
tant important successes in the Isonzo district.
The French war office reports little of
importance on the western front.
SEEK ROUMANIAN SUPPORT
Rome, Nov. 22. -Advices from re reliable
liable reliable sources say the central powers
are understood to be asking Rumania
to remain neutral but at the same
time are offering concessions if that
country will enter the war on their
side. :-
TIMS LOST TBAHSPOBT
MANY SOLDIERS WENT DOWN
WITH THE SHIP IN THE SEA
OF MARMORA
' isolated Press!
London, Nov. 22. A Zurich mes message
sage message forwarded from Amsterdam by
the Central News correspondent, re reports
ports reports the sinking of a Turkish trans transport
port transport carrying 500 soldiers across the
Sea of Marmora. The vessel struck
a mine and nearly all on board were
drowned.
HIGH HONOR FOR HO WELLS
Awarded Gold Medal by the National
Institute of Arts
Boston, Nov. 22. William Dean
Howells of New York, has been
awarded the gold medal by the Na National
tional National Institute of Arts and Letters
for distinguished work in the writing
of fiction. A medal is annually
awarded for distinguished service to
arts or letters.
Save auto troubles buy Diamond
tires and tubes from the Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
We are home again, ready for all
kind of signs and decorations. The
Dodge Sign Co. 20-t3
Parade and fair signs neatly, quick quickly
ly quickly and cheaply painted by the Dodge
Sign Co. 20-St
Don't shiver in the cold. Buy a
stove from the Marion Hardware Co.
and keep warm. 11-16
Dodge Brothers Motor Car will be
exhibited at the fair grounds this
week in charge of Mr. P. L. Billings Billings-ley,
ley, Billings-ley, whom yon all know. 22-St

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TISII SUBS
SWARM OF UNDERWATER TER TERRORS
RORS TERRORS IN THE NARROW SEA
(Associated Press)
Copenhagen, Nov. 22. The recent
naval activity in the Cattegat is as
cribed to the passage of a flotilla of
British submarines estimated to num number
ber number from ten to twenty-five. Both
British and German destroyers were
sighted in the Cattegat. Current re reports
ports reports say that a large British fleet
accompanied the submarines to the
entrance to the Cattegat. The de destroyers
stroyers destroyers went with them to the nar narrowest
rowest narrowest part, then the submarines
went alone into the Baltic.
BRITISH LOSE
TWO STEAMERS SUNK AND AN ANOTHER
OTHER ANOTHER IS ASHORE
(Associated Prea
London, Nov. 22. The British
steamers Hallamshireand Merganser
have been sunk. Their crews were
saved. The British steamer Salsette
is ashore in the Suez gulf.
BIG G A LANCE
FOREIGN TRADE BY MILLIONS
IN AMERICA'S FAVOR
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 22. Statistics
just compiled show the greatest fav favorable
orable favorable trade balance in the history of
the United States for the year ending
with October. Foreign trade for the
year was over five billions; imports,
one billion six hundred ninety-one
million seven hundred forty eight
thousand; exports three billion three
hundred and eighteen million six hun hundred
dred hundred thirty-four thousand.
Manager Joyner of the Postal Tel Telegraph
egraph Telegraph company has made arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to give the service of his com company
pany company at the fair grounds all of next
week, which will include local mes messenger
senger messenger service. This latter service
will no doubt be greatly appreciated
by the public -las it enables people to
communicate with all parts of town at
a minimum cp,st, as there will be no
raise in the prices. The wires and
other apparatus are being installed at
the grounds today.
Mr. A. V. Hamill, one of the A. C.
L's. most efficient conductors passed
thru town yesterday on his way to
Mount Dora, to attend the funeral of
hi3 father-in-law, a good old citizen of
that place, who passed away Satur Saturday
day Saturday night. Mr. Hamill had just aris arisen
en arisen from a sick bed. He has had much
misfortune of late, but his friends
hope that brighter days will soon ar arrive.
rive. arrive. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, tfie 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
Fresh Rape seed just received at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf

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UCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
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J. IL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter

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SUBSCRIPTION RATES

(Domestic)
One year, in advance ..,...$5.00
Six months, in advance ...... 2X0
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance....... J0
POPULATION OF OCALA
AND MARION COUNTY
According to the state census the
population of Ocala is 5370, a gain of j
an even mousanu buicc ws icu
census was taken in 1910. The pop population
ulation population according to the state census
in 1905 was 4493.
The population of Marion county is
28,757, an increase of 1818 over 1910
and an increase of 2134 over 1905.
According to these figures, the pop
ulation of Ocala decreased from 1905
to 1910 by 123, but increased almost j
20 per cent from 1910 to 1915. Dur During
ing During the five years from 1905 to 1910,
the population of Marion county in increased
creased increased by only 216, but from 1910 to
1915 it increased by 1818.
According to the 1915 census, the
population of Gainesville fs 6737; of
Orlando, 6449; of St. Petersburg,
7188; of Lakeland, 7287. It will sur surprise
prise surprise many to know that the popula population
tion population of St. Augustine i3 only 5471.
Tallahassee, the capital, has 5192.
Miami has the greatest increase of
any town in the state, from 5471 in
1910 to 15,437 in 1915.
Alachua county has 35,365 people;
Citrus has 5226; Lake has 12,468;
Putnam has 15,949; Sumter, 7517.
Jacksonville is the biggest city in
the state, with a population of 66,850.
Tampa is second, with 55,978. Pen
sacola has 23,247 and Key West 18,
695.-
COMING TO THE FAIR
Mrs. Tweedy, assistant secretary of
the Marion Fair association, has re received
ceived received very k'ind and courteous let let-ters
ters let-ters from the managements of the
big Gasparilla Fair at Tampa and the
coming Volusia County Fair at De De-Land.
Land. De-Land. These good folks are boosting
our fair in their respective communi
ties and promise to attend if possible.
SHOWING FRATERNAL SPIRIT
The Times-Union and Tampa Tri
bune of Sunday printed the Marion
Fair program in full in their Sunday
editions, which leave none of Florida
uncovered.
Light
Feather"
'"Talk about light.
fluffy, tempting and
wholesome Jelly Rolls,
Cakes, Bi scuits and other
good things! My! but
CALUMET
BAKING POWDER
certainly beats the band
for sure results for
purity, economy and
wholesome bakings.
Tell your mother to try
Calumet Baking Pow
der on the money-back
guarantee.
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(Foreign)
One year, in advance. .$8.00
Six months, in advance. AJZ5
Three months, in advance .... 2.25
One month, in advance ....... .80
OCALA FAIR OFFERS
golden opportunity
Says the Tampa Times, always
ready to speak a good work for
a
"f6"w
Principal among the features of the
Marion County Fair,
ir, which opens at
Ocala Tuesday and closes Friday,
vail be the livestock exhibit, which
will include the finest beef and dairy
cattle, horses, mules and hogs to be
found in Florida, with the exception
of those in the neighboring county of
Alachua, also a magnificent poultry
exhibit.
Marion county, which won the first
prize for a general exhibit at the
first state fair, held in Tampa in
1905, has for years taken the lead in
the breeding of fine livestock, in
which her businessmen farmers have
endeavored to interest citizens of
other counties. Never before has so
much interest been manifested in
Florida in the production of high
grade livestock, and the Marion Coun-
xy air oners inose inbo rn, tne
maustry agoiaen opportunity.
suiay me amerem, oreeus
vantages ior raising mem in ims r
state and section. 1
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boards of trade and other interested
parties will take advantage Gas
opportunity ana visit ucaia wnue
iair is in progress.
SUITS MR. SCOTT
Mr. G. S. IScott, many years a resi
dent of Ocala and one of our most
conservative and hard-headed busi business
ness business men, is in favor of the city bond
ing to build the trolley line to Silver
Springs and for the city to own and
operate the road. Mr. Scott says if
dends and had to be put into cold
storage, as it were, it would still be a
big paying investment, in the broad
sense of the word, for it would either
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get more of the freight to haul via
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the water route and thence to Ocala,
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or it would nave iorced tne railroads
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to have met the rate and give Ocala
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what she has been trying for thirty
years to get a water rate. This
would benefit every person who makes
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his or her living m Ocala by giving a
lower freight rate to everything that
comes into the city.
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line and a trolley connection from the
Springs probably would never haul
to advantage; for instance, brick,
pope, lumber, shingles, wood, soal,
VVy VCftXAVCfcU S bOt Xi.J.X fTlll I
even
tually force a general lowering I
of the rates into Ocala
and every
commodity and every person will reap
xi. i.
the benefit of it, whether such freight
ever sees the road or not.
- Let's bond for the road and build it.
ROAD BOOSTERS AT RODMAN
Dr. Weaver tells the Star about a
well attended roul meeting at Rod-
man last Thursday. Some 250 pea-
pie from Marion and Putnam coun-
ties were present." The reason for
the meeting was to build or rather re-
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luuu me ruau irora raiaisa 10 ur-
ange Sprmgs. Speeches were mad 2
by Messrs. Rooney and Weaver of
Marion and Tilghman, Elliott and
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uuieis .i rumam. jur. murpny, 01
the reorganized New South Farm and
xaome yo., pieagea ne neip 01 ms
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nig enaeawiui a sumptuous amner
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After reading the following from
the DeLand News, we will not be
surprised to hear of a lynching in De-
Land, nor will we blame the lynch-
ers:
"Court adjourned for the term yes-
terday. About 80 veniremen from all
over tne country had been summoned
las a special venire to try Lassiter
and Daly, charged with the horrible
murder of Wambles, whom, if the
stones be true, they ill-treated and
then hung from the bridge over the
read, by a rope taken from the auto-
mouue, wmcn wa-, swuen irom
owner. Attorney Murray Sams, for
Lassiter presented an affidavit show-
ing that Lassiter had been wounded m
uie neaa a coupie 01 years ago, ana
according to ur. w.n. vvooas was
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and could not be secured to testify at
this session 01 court A postpone-
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cuuru namuiei V aeau. xne
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case nas so lar cost tne county, pron-
aDiy, l,UUU.
Ihe American officials of the Ham
burg-American Line are on trial in
New. York for conspiracy. It is al-j
i leged against them, with strong
proof, that after war had been de-
clared they sent out of the port of

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(New York fifteen ships laden with
supplies for German cruisers, which
was a violation oi neutrality, lne
charge against them is that they de
ceived and defrauded the American
government in obtaining clearance
papers.
WANTS A MUNICIPAL
RAILROAD COMMISSION
Dr. Chas. R. Tydings, on being ask
eA if Tia -fnvnrpd hnildinc-thft railroad
SUver Springs said he emphatically
anJ beiieved it would be a great
help to the city:
If it is built, however, he wants it
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,,a
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mesg.
hag served on the council, says he
knows nothing of railroad affairs,
would not be willing to try to run a
railroad and doesn't want a body of
men who know no more about it than
he does to run one for him and his
fellow citizens.
POSTMASTER ROGERS'
BROADER PROPOSITION
A Star reporter, Saturday, consult-
x t. j
ed Postmaster Rogers in regard to
the plan to build a railroad to Silver
g
prings.
Mr. Rogers said he was in favor of
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and a benefit for the people. He said,
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current plant. This plant would.now
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be built and in operation if the inter-
ference of parties anxious to promote
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bond issue up in the-courts, where it
yet remains.
Mr. Rogers says he is indignant at
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be best to give up this bond issue,
and for the council to make an esti
mate of how much it would take to
build a combined light and water
plant and also a trolley line to the
Springs, and submit a bond issue for
it to the people. He believes that
utility and necessity of the plan as
well as the indignation, of the people
at the manner in which the road to
their welfare has been blocked would
carry the bond issue thru a whooping.
TEN CENTS TOO TRIVIAL
The boys who run the public autoes
ask the Star to ive their side of the
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case relating to rates to the fair
grounds. They say they can't afford
to niake the trip f or ten ts, as they
onft nnsspficpr. and
ten cents wouidnt pay for the time,
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machine. They say they offered to
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the fair management would let them
put up an office and sell interchange-
able tickets. The Star agrees with
the boys that ten cents is not enough
for the trip, and hopes that a proper
arrangement can be made bv next
year
Dr. C. E. Terry of Jacksonville,
city health officer, who is well known
in Ocala, has been made a member
0f the general board of directors of
the association for the study and pre-
jvention of infant mortality.
I The fammis T.Uwvrhr T?p11. nn its
way .from San Francisco back to
philadeiphia, had a narrow escape
from destruction in a fire at Paducah,
Ky,-Saturday night.
1 A nisnarcn Trnm fftmcrmil caxra
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Russia 700n00 fresh
troops in the field in a month and
j 2,000,000 by next spring.
Dodge Brothers. Motor Car will be
exhibited at the fair grounds this
wwt in hrro Mi- P T. Tti1Knr
ley, whom you all know. 22-3t
Syrup cans, all
kinds, Marion
11-16
Hardware Company.
Fresh seeds of all kinds at
tha
I Ocala Seed Store. 20-tf

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night at 8 P.
sale at Court
CALLING ON THE CHAIRMAN
OF THE STREET COMMITTEE
If anything could make the smile
come off the face of genial Mike
Roess it would be the remarks made
by his fellow citizens on Oklawaha
avenue, some of whom are swearing
like "our army in Flanders" over the
condition of the street. They want
him to have that street fixed and
have it fixed quick, if he has to take
a writ of habeas corpus and a double double-barreled
barreled double-barreled shotgun in order to do it.
The "army in Flanders," by the way,
is not mucn worse mussed up in
muddy ditches than, the unfortunates
who dwell on Oklawaha.
PATTERSON HAS COME BACK
Malcolm' R. Patterson, who a few
years ago retired from the office of
governor of Tennessee under a cl&id,
has come back. In the democratic
primaries for United States senator
Saturday, he was the second man,
and will m the final contest run
against Kenneth D. McKellar, mem
ber of congress from the tenth dis
trict. Luke Lea, now filling the office.
was third in the race, and will be
py.
few years ago, Patterson couldn
have been elected state dog catcher.
MAXWELL TOURING CAR
MADE A RECORD RUN
A record trip from Detroit to In
4ianapolis and return has been made
by McNamara in a stock Maxwel
touring car. The outgoing trip from
Detroit was made in Sf hours and 58
minutes, while the return trip wa
made in 10 hours and 4 'minutes. The
Maxwell was checked out of Detroi
by W. D. Edenburn, American Auto
mobile Association representative, a
3:11 a. m. It was checked 'at the
Soldiers' Monument in Indianapolis
311 miles away at 12 p. m by Jack
Baci, a local newspaper man. The re
turn trip was checked by the same
men, the car leaving at 12:23 p. m
and arriving at Detroit at 11:12 p. m
The machine in which the run was
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made is one of the first 1916 models
turned out by the Detroit plant, and
had already been run more than 17,
000 miles, including one trip across
the continent. Automobile Topics.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
TO CHANGE YOUR SKIN
Hoty to Develop the Highest Degre
of Vital, Nervous and Mus Muscular
cular Muscular Vior.
Snakes throw off their outer Bkin
once a year. Human brings change
their skin perhaps nine times in a year;
that is, they have a new ekin about once
in six weeks.
The value of a clean skin in main maintaining
taining maintaining health b not properly under understood
stood understood by the majority of people. Clean Cleanliness
liness Cleanliness is a part of health. You can cannot
not cannot be heakhy unless you are dean
not only externaLy, but also inter internally.
nally. internally. The blood should also be assisted
occasionally, like the skin, in throw throwing
ing throwing oil poisons so that the system may
not get clogged and leave a weak spot
for disease g3rm3 to enter. When the
blood is clogged we suffer from what ia
commonly called a cold.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov Discovery
ery Discovery purifies the blood and entirely
eradicates the poisons that breed and
feed disease. It thus cures scrofula,
eczema, boils, pimpl.33 and other erup eruptions
tions eruptions that mar and scar the skin. Pure
blood is essential to good health. The
weak, run-down, debilitated condition
which so many people experience is
commonly the effect of impure Mood.
Doctor Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery not only cleanses the blood of
impurities, but it increases the activity
)of the blood-making glands, and it en
riches the body with an abundant sup supply
ply supply of pure, rich blood.
Take it as directed and it will search
out impure and poisonous matter in
the stomach, liver, bowels and kidneya
and drive it from, the? system through
the natural channels.
It will penetrate into the joints and
muscles, and dissolve the poisonous ac accumulations.
cumulations. accumulations. Bad blood is driven out?
It will furnish you with rich, pure blood
full of vital force the kind that in increases
creases increases energy and ambiU?. tht TO TO-juvenates
juvenates TO-juvenates the entira bcdy

be Served at the Fair Grounds by
Ocala Ladies Tuesday, Nov. 23

Chicken Pillau..... .. Chicken Fried
Sliced Ham
Celery Heintz' Variety Pickles
Boston Baked Beans
Candied Sweet Potatoes
Bread Butter
Home-Made Assorted Pies
Coffee Tea
Extra
Oysters, Stewed or Fried
Hostesses: Mrs. George Rentz, Mrs.
George Martin.
School of Expression will Give a Play
in Ocala
The Columbia School of Expression
of Columbia College, Lake City, will
present "Billy's Bungalow," a comedy
m three acts, at the Temple theater in
Ocala, sometime within the next two
weeks. The exact date will be an
nounced later.
The scene is laid at Billy's -v 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
ma Williams.)
Theodore Thurston, Billy's friend-
(Mr. Landis Blitch.)
Gordon Middleton, a college chap
(Mr..William Collier.)
JVliss iaura tJauldwell, the unex
pected guest (Miss Rosalie Swand
be.) V
Col. George VarPer, from Washingi
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.
WINESAP APPLES
We have just received 10 barrels oi
choice winesap apples, the best eat
ing apple grown. While they last 60
cents per peck. Carn-Thomas Co. 19-2t
Hunting season opens Nov. 20th
Buy guns, leggins, hunting coats and
shells now and be ready. Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RUNT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
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
postoffice. 19-6t
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
Star. -. 17-6t
JjUSx Since INov. luth, milK cow;i
dark red; black face; bell and rope
around the horns; also strap arcundJ
one leg. Address Winter, Eastlake,
Fla. 17-6t
WANTED Bright young wan who
can give short time daily to office
work. Offers good opportunity to a
hustler. R. A. X., Care Star. 11-tf
FOR SALE At a bargain, runabout
Maxwell car. Address "X," care the
Star, 10-12-tf
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 motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, one Banner bicycle. Apply at
Meadows Repair Shop, N. Orange
street. 18
FOR. RENT Well located and nicely
fiirnishecT 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
pref erred, 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 liharal reward by returning
same to Sta? office. 17-6t
Lunch counters, hotels and restaur restaurants
ants restaurants can buy their paper napkins
cheapest at the Book Shop. 3t
CHIROPRACTIC
Many of the sick and afflicted are
being restored to health by Chiro Chiropractic
practic Chiropractic adjustments, so can you.
Charles E. Kiplinger
CHIROPRACTIC
Roomsi 20-21 Holder Building
OCALA - - FLORIDA

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WITH the rise of .22 rifle-sliootin to t!i? level
of a sport, Reminsrton-UMC became the fastest

selling .25 ammunition in the world.
Whatever make of SI rifle you shootRemincton-ujuC
Cartridges will give you better, surer results tnnn any other
in the world.
Go to the leading dealer the one who di?plays tne Led
Ball Mark cj Remington-U MC
He'll tell vou what sportsmen think abort the?-: famous

cartridges and he'll show you the lieminglr.n-OlC -1
Rifles, Single Shot, Slide-action and A u to !. ading
in a plass by themselves for "feel," easy operation

Sold by your home dealer and S70
other leading merchants in Florida
Remington Arm-Union Metallic Crb-id'r3 Co.
Woolworth Building (233 Broadway) New York City

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Next to 0. K. Grocery

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LOWELL HONOR ROLL
Catherine Shockley, Lena Niedern Niedern-hoefer,
hoefer, Niedern-hoefer, Amelia Niedernhoefer, Martha
Niedernhoefer, Gertrude Gladney,
Lela Mae Gladney, Thelma Green,
Edna Beck, Irene Swilley, Amy Hall,
Carrie McGehee, Lillie Mae Brock,
Ernestine Beck, Leonard Rou, Mal Malcolm
colm Malcolm Ray, Tommy Gladney, Oneal
Green, Loris Hall.
Luther Whitehead, Teacher.
ONION PLANTS
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.
CHAMBERLAIN'S TABLETS
Thi3 is a medicine intended espe
cially for stomach troubles, bilious
ness and constipation. It is meeting
with much success and rapidly gain-
ing in favor and popularity. Obtain-
able everywhere. Adx.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.

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Honest
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Our custornerr, whose tables
we serve, rert f'jlly assured tliat
they aie getting a square (teal
on weigiit.
We fxll phrne crders and cut
meat for children"- just as ac accurately
curately accurately ss thoih .v.'e were
serving our friends in person.
This business is bnilt on hon honest
est honest weight, hih quality cf
neat and reasonable prices.
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(Jcala, Fla.
THOMPSON
CARPENTER
I Contractor in all kindc
of Wood
) Work.
Roofs repa: "ed or Re-
shingled.
'AH work at Rock Bottom Prices.
' V Call Phone 437
1 Residence 806 S. Oran?e Street
OCALA FLORIDA
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For Good Wood
BIG Load -fr SI.
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
.'IMMEDIATE ATTENTION
J.V' L. : SMOAR
At Smonk's Wagon Shop.
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OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE
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JUST OPENED

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CHOICE OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY
BEST FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH
Florida and Western Meata Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables

PROMPT FREE DELIVERY

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Also fine Jine of Groceries.

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the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
jet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county, has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec rec-orsd
orsd rec-orsd or about 160,000 pag:es of record matter and among these is the
recod 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

florid a title and-abstract corporation

ocala, da.

MAN'S CLUB WORK

MRS. WALTER HOOD,

WHEN GOING

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STANDARD' IlAILliOAD OF THE SOUTH

M. R. WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.

MPYSTERS

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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.
W rite us for further information.
CRYSTAL FISH AND OYSTER CO.

Crystal River, Florida.
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"The Human Cult"
The shortness of life is bound uji
with its fullness.
It is to him who is most active, al always
ways always thinking, feeling, working, car caring
ing caring for people and for things that life
seems short. Keep a life empty and
it will seem long enough. Phillips
Brooks.
And Div Frank Crane has this to
say of the "Human Cult": Of all the
forms of charity called forth by these
hard times, none seems more unique
and efficient than an organization that
has been formed in New York city,
the aim of which is that people may
individually help each other, instead
of intrusting their gifts to agents or
to a society.
Anybody can belong. It i3 inclusive,

not exclusive. It pays no Tegard to
creed nor sect, to station in life, to
means nor to race. It includes mil

lionaires and down-and-outers ne negroes,
groes, negroes, whites and Japanese. The only
qualification for membership is that

you be a human being. The shatter shattering
ing shattering phrase of this cult is that it has

no collection box. You cannot give it

a check or otherwise hand it money.

It has no dues nor assessments. When

you join you express your willingness

to relieve the necessities of one or.

more families, or to try to get em

ployment for one or more persons, so

long as you are able. When a needy

case is reported notice is sent you,

and you go and buy groceries', bring

medical assistance or do any "other
task that may be called for. The so

ciety does not act; its individuals
act; it is a man to man program. All
service is rendered gratis. There is
no treasury. They have weekly meet meetings
ings meetings and even here distinguished

speakers and musicians give their
work free. It is simply an attempt
to organize the people of a commun

ity to help1 themselves. A young bus business
iness business man named Applebaum is the
founder, an enthusiast for humanity,

with no axe to grind. He has, means

of his own, and is looking neither for

profit nor advertising. The Cult was

brmed in November, 1914, and limits

itself to a certain city district. Up to

January 17, 1915, immediate relief

had been given to 317 families, 87

men had been put to work, medical
aid had been furnished in two cases,
and several cripples cared for. Of
the 317 families helped about 24 are
now helping others of the Cult. Many
doctors, druggists, nurses and law lawyers
yers lawyers are in the organization, giving

heir services free of charge in spe

cified cases, even advancing funds to
certain applicants to tide them over

until they receive their pension mn mn-ey.
ey. mn-ey. These people not only help the

deserving," but they also look after

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me so-caxiea "undeserving," giving
them personal attention, and have
succeeded in winning some back to
self-respect. There may be more in
this than appears upon the surface.
Why is it not a pointer .toward the
way out? We are not a hard-hearted
people, we want no one to suffer from
want, and there are plenty of means
for all. The trouble is, we do not
know, we are ignorant and afraid of
doing more harm than good. This
can be overcome by organization. Why
should not every neighborhood, in city
and country, get together and look
after its own unfortunates? Metho Methodist,
dist, Methodist, Catholic and Hebrew societies
for charity are good. But would not
a "Human" society be a lot better?
If every district would organize as
young Applebaum has organized his,
simply to bring the haves and the
have-nots into helpful contact, and to
dull the cutting edge of misfortune,
would not this world be a deal bright brighter?
er? brighter? Above all, let us get rid of the mon money
ey money fetish, the idea that by making a
financial contribution : we are dis discharging
charging discharging our duty. What the world
wants is you, not yours. This great
man might have given many thousand
dollars to charity. He did more. He
gave himself.

WILD ANIMAL CIRCUS

The chief attraction with the John Johnny
ny Johnny J. Jones Exposition Shows is the
trained wild animals, where one will
find the most interesting collection of
wild animals ever exhibited. The
most important part of the trip to the
aveiage circus is the visit to the me menagerie
nagerie menagerie where are on exhibition a col collection
lection collection of wild, ferocious animals
from all countries. Rarely, however,
has the public an opportunity of see

ing these animals under the control
of the human hand and brain, as can
be seen with this show. A group of
performers such as are presented here
represents the work of yearsfi and the
skill and patience of many trainers.
During the summer these wild beasts
have, been in constant training and
have been taught many new and novel
stunts. Captain Curley Wilson, the
chief trainer, is probably the most
able man in America who makes this
line a specialty, and what he does not

know about the subjugation of the
jungle bred animals is still a mystery
to the world. Captain Wilson has been
training animals, wild and domestic,

for twenty years, having been in the
employ of such widely known show

men as the late Carl Hagenbeck, of

Hamburg, Germany; Frank C. Bos Bos-tock,
tock, Bos-tock, of Liverpool, England, and many

others of note. Captain Wilson has

many scars and marks of battles with

unmanageable lions, tigers and leop

ards, and his success is due tojiis un undaunted
daunted undaunted energy, pluck and patience.

It is his proud boast that if an ani animal
mal animal is breakable he will handle him

The Johnny J. Jones Wild Animal
Circus consists of four separate

groups. Chief among them is the lion

act of nine full grown lions and lion lionesses,
esses, lionesses, forest bred, and each a perfect

monster specimen. The many varied
and beautiful groupings and postures
presented in this act are just short of
miraculous and pronounced to be

alone worth a visit to the shows.

Another group consists of leopards,

jaguars, pumas and a panther. For
treachery this group has no equal and
one is apt to see at any time a real
battle between man and beast, in
which the man is invariably" the con

queror, truly an exemplification of the
power of the master mind of man
over the beasts of the jungle.

Then those funny elephants an act

that appeals especially to the chil children.
dren. children. A visit to the Johhny J. Jones
Exposition Shows is, not complete

without a visit to the animal show.

When you attend the Marion Coun

ty Fair next week be sure to see the

Jones shows.

! WHILE ATTENDING

THE

MARION

COUNTY FAIR

DRINK

Get a Barler oil heater and keep

your room cozy and warm. Marion

Hardware Company. 11-16

MAGAZINES WANTED

Anyone having magazines about

the house which they can spare, will

please notify Mrs. E. A, Osborne,

chairman of the social service com

mittee of the Woman's Club, who will

see that they get into the hands of
people who cannot or do not take

magazines. 10-7-tf

Whitc Star Line Transfer"" Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
POONE 296

We sell

BEAVER BOARD

Superior to Plaster or

Ceiling in Quality
and Price
INVESTIGATE

Packing, Storing,

ppin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.

Baggage Service
the Best

RURAL CARRIER EXAMINATION

La.

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors

The United States Civil Service

Commission has announced an exami

nation for the county of Sumter, to

be held at Ocala on Dec. 11th, 1915

to fill the position of rural carrier at

Bushnell. Application blanks and in

formation may be obtained from the

office above mentioned.

SURGICAL RUBBER

GOODS REPAIRED

One Cause of Old Age,
According .tc a Roumanian scientist,
old age to siniply due to a decrease
In the amount of water In the human
.vffaf Am

Dally Thought.
The most gladsome thing in the
world fs that few cf us fall very low,
the saddest that with such capabili capabilities
ties capabilities we seldom rise high. J. M. Barria

I am now thoroughly prepared to

repair all kinds of surgical rubber

goods for physicians and nurses, as

well as rubber toilet and surgical ar

tides in the home. Davies the

Tire Man. 4-tf

Carter's Delicious Cake
Buy it for the children's sake.
I is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them all the time,
tf Carter's Bakery.

. Galvin's Orange Cocoanut creams

40 cents a pound at Gerig's Drug

store. tf

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1-Year rate... S .80
8-Year rate... 2-00
5-Year rate... 3.20

Shlrff!e frren.
$1.15 s vn
2.875 .S 3
4.60 1.40

JAXON METAL SHINGLES WIEI
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Quite a nice shower fell Sunday

night, much to the delight of the
truck growers. Since then we have
had a delightful touch of winter
weather.

Mr. J. M. Smith, wife and son and

Mrs. V. P. Smith in their new car to together
gether together with Mrs. C. M. Smith, Mr.

Cedrick Smith, Mrs. T. N. Smith,

Mrs. M. R. Beck and Miss Rosalie

Smith motored over to the University

City Thursday and- attended the fair.

They report a grand time and the ex exhibits
hibits exhibits were all good, especially the
live stock. One hardly realizes the

great resources of our section until

they are brought together.

Mr. Cedrick Smith, Miss Rosalie

Smith and Mr. Neal Mathews of
Flemington, took in the carnival at
the fair grounds Friday night.

Mrs. W. J. Edwards and two in

teresting sons of Ocala arrived Fri

day and are guests of Mrs. V. P.
Smith.

Mrs. J. O. Tyson and-children visit

ed relatives in Gainesville Friday
night and Saturday and took in the

air, Mr. Tyson going over for them

Saturday.

Mr. Cedrick Smith was a visitor to

Ocala Saturday afternoon.

Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry and

daughter Thelma and Miss Ethel
Senn "and Mr. Woodson Bradshaw
spent the day Sunday with Mrs.

Rhodes Whittington near Mcintosh.

n the afternoon Mr. George Whit-'

tington treated the young folks in
the party together with Miss. Abbie
Stokes to a grand ride thru the beau

tiful Mcintosh, Evinston and Mica Mica-nopy
nopy Mica-nopy section.

Mrs. R. C. Epperson and son, R. C.

and Mrs. Durden with Mr. Mike
Clancy as chauffeur, spent Tuesday

afternoon with Mrs. V. P. Smith.

Miss Leola Smith accompanied

Miss Loleta Rawls and party from
Montbrook to Gainesville Thursday

afternoon and took in the fair.

Mrs. R. P. Smith and Mrs. J. W.

Bradley and little Lucile Bradley ac accompanied
companied accompanied Mr. R. S. Bradley to the

air Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Pedrick of

Gainesville and thei rdaughter, Mrs.
W. J. Wilson and son of Spartan

burg, S. C, were spend the day guests
of Mrs. V. P. Smith Tuesday.

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OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1915

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Bits of Byplay

By Luke McLuke

Copyright, 1915, the Cincinnati
Enquirer

Program of the Great Indus
, trial Event of Next Week

TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23 "FLORIDA DAY"
9:30 A. SL Judging at Grounds of:
Roadsters, Standard and Non-Standard Breed.
American Carriage Horses.
10 A. M-Industrial Parade will leave Court House Square for the
Grounds, where Governor Park Trammell will open the Fair with an ad address
dress address before the Grand Stand.
7 RACES
1. 2:20Pace for purse of $150. . 7
2. 2:30 Trot for purse of $200.
3. Running race, half-mile dash, purse $50.
7:30 P. M Johnny J. Jones Exposition Shows and Music by the
Vitucci Royal Italian Band, each evening.

Advice.
When things ain't going right with

you, and you can't make tbem gee:

when business matters look real blue,
and you fear bankruptcy; when cob

webs gather on your stock. :ui cus

tomers are rare; when all your assets
are in hock, don't eu.ss and tear your

hair. Just listen to this good advice
and take It if you're wise: Give every
article a priceand then go advertise,
and advertise from morn to night:

don't overlook a day. and soon you'll
see the world go bright, and things will

come your way. Invest in goo;l pub publicity,
licity, publicity, and fortune you will greet, and

In a little while you'll be 'way up on
Easy street.

Paw Knows Everything.
Willie Paw, what are spakinj?

terms?

Paw Contracts for Chautau iua lec

tures, my son.

Luck.
This dope will do you good, rny boy.
If you are not too dense:
The only thing there is to luck
Is good hard common sense.

WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 24

9:30 A. M. Judging of:
American Pure Bred Draft Horses.
Draft Horses.
1 P. M Program will begin with address by Hon Champ Clark.
RACES
1. 2:18 Pace for purse of $200.
'2. 2:25 Pace for purse of $150.
3. Running race, half-mile dash, purse $50.
Slow Mule Race. -Horse,
Mule or Donkey Carrying the Most Children.
Tackiest Turnout.

THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 25
9:30 A. M. Judging of:
Thoroughbred Horses and Grades.
Saddle Horses, Pure Bred.
Saddle Horses, Grades.
Best Lady Rider Over 16; Best Under 16.
Best Gentleman Rider Over 16; Best Under 16.
Best Single and Double Seated Turnouts, Decorated.
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1. 1:30 Free for all for purse of $200. v
2. 2:20 Trot for purse of $150.
3. Running race, mile heat, purie $50. 7
Horse, Mule or Donkey Carrying Most Children Under 12 Years Old.
Motorcycle Race, 10 Miles, Purses $45.

FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26
9:30 A. M. Judging of Mules, Asses and Shetland Ponies.
10 A. M. Parade of School Children, Girls' Canning Club and Boys'
Corn Club.
Awarding of Prizes to Girls and Boys of Canning Clubs by Supt. J. H.
Brinson. '
... Short Address by Hon. W. A. McRae and State Supt. Sheats.
IP. M. The Winners in the Better Baby Contest will be Announced.
' Mothers and Babies will occupy reserved seats in grand stand.
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2. -2:40 Trot for purse of $150. Vi,.:;
3. Running race, half-mile dash, purse $50. V
Tackiest Turnout.
Slow Mule Race. "!'"'- :v.

THE GREAT INDUSTRIAL PARADE
The first, day of the Marion County Fair this year will be one of the
very best days.; So don't miss it. Rmember the date, Nov. 23rd. The
program will begin with the "Big Industrial Parade." This parade will
be participated in by the Merchants,Business Men and Farmers of the en
tire county. It is in the hands of the Peninsula Club, which has spared no
pains to make it a success. Plenty of good music will add to the interest
of the occasion.
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The races will be the best ever known in this county. In fact, the
Marion County Fair Association has absolutely the fastest horses to
start in its coming races that have 3ver come down for the word "Go" in
the state of Florida.

5Vy yzhdlg baki of our pod

Set out a whole box of our g ood cigars when your friends come

in.

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

Advertise in the Star.

The Reason.

MMy husband tells me that you fired

him," complained Sirs. Rounder, "What
was the matter with bim?"
"He was loaded," replied the boss.

DIPPY DUK

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The home economics committee of
the Ocala Woman's Club will give
five dollars in gold to the person ex exhibiting
hibiting exhibiting at the Marion County Fair
the best home-manufactured labor labor-saving
saving labor-saving device for use in the home.
Such articles as Kreless 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
gold piece.
The only condition is that there
shall be at least three competitors.

Our object is to do away with the old

raying:

"Man works from sun to sun
But woman's work is never done."
For farther information write to
Mrs. W. T. Gary, Chairman,
tl-9-tf Ocala, Florida.

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Behind his hearse we now parade,
He surely was a careless loon.
Today we'll plant him with a spade,
The man who took them off too soon

The Wise Fool.
"Silence is golden." quoted the sage.
"That's right," agreed the fool. "It
costs something to keep a man's mouth
shut"

Cheer Up!
You can be equal to the test,
Just hustle and quit sighing;
A fellow's bound to do his best
If he is always trying.

Two Recent Legal Decisions.
Dentists are not physicians within

the meaning of the statute which al

lows the sale of intoxicating liquor on

Sunday on the prescription of a phy

sician, and to hold otherwise would

make toothache more welcome and

prevalent than snake bite.

Wuff!
Dear Luke:

Absence makes the heart grow fonder.

Whisky makes the nose turn blue;

Peroxide makes the hair turn blonder.

But distance lends enchantment to the

view.
- K. P.

Why Birdie Gets Nothing but Boosts.
Musicians are agreed that the saxo

phone is an instrument out of which

but few can get any real music, but

Miss Birdie played it beautifully. She
is a popular member of our most ex

clusive social set and is also noted for
having once whipped a gentleman who

did not appreciate her saxophone play

ingPleasant Valley (Ark.) Palladium.

' Names Is Names.
Cole Tarr lives at Mound City, III.
Things to Worry About.

Most of the Turkish tobacco is-

grown In California.

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Our Daily Special.
Most of our obstacles are homemade
Luke McLuke Says:

Nothing seems funny to a girl after

she has discovered that she wrinkles

her nose when she laughs.

The man who takes his pay envelope

home to his wife without opening it

may be henpecked. But he is seldom
In line with the bunch that says "Good
morning, judge!" in the police court on

Monday.

Father never notices how much the
baby resembles its mother until It be begins
gins begins to bawl for things that it can't

have.

A man is never so poor that he isn't

willing to share his poverty with a wo

man by marrying her.

A court, even though it might know
all the law part- of the time and part
of the law all the time, might not know

all the law all the time.

Some people are so finicky that they
will not embrace an opportunity until

they have traced the pedigree of the
opportunity and found out. if it has

been embraced before.

A reader wants to know the differ

ence between an apartment and a fiat

Why. about. SJo a month. Ask us

something hard.

Mother will go to the ten cent store

and get a ten -eut hammer, a ten cent

saw, a ten cent chisel and a five cent

screwdriver, and then she will get mad

because father can't do a job of mend

ing for which the carpenter wanted to

charge her $4.ro.

Other people often strike you as be

mg cranky, don t tiiey.' Weil, that is

Just what they are thinking about you

When the bride sits down and sighs
and wonders if she might not have

done better the honeymoon beats it
into the bathroom and !egins frisking
the shelves for the cartiolie acid.
The less a woman's photograph re resembles
sembles resembles her the niorp.she likes it.
The old fashioned hu who used to
hunt for a white horse when he saw n
redheaded iriri ntr has a son who
hunts for redheaded girls when he i?
riding in his white automobile.

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DISTRESS IN THE STOMACH

There are many people who have a

distress in the stomach after meals.

It i 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: "tor some time I was trou troubled
bled troubled with headache and distrfess in my
stomach after eating, also with con

stipation. 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.

Loses Its Charm.
It's dim cult for a newly married
man to generate much enthusiasm
over his bride's beautiful hair after
he has scan her pila it on the bureau
for tlr .jht.

NOTICE OF INTENTION TO AP AP-PLY
PLY AP-PLY FOR LETTERS PATENT

Notice is hereby given that four

weeks after the first publication of
this notice, we the undersigned, will
apply to the governor of the state of

Florida in Tallahassee, Florida, for
letters patent to issue under the fol

lowing proposed charter.
II. B. Day.-
D. B. Turner. V
L. L. Warfield.

SPECIAL ATTENTION

Of Teachers and Public School Pat

rons Called to Children's Day
: Ocala, Fla., Nov. 17, 1915.
To Teachers and Other School Peo-

pie: I wish to call especial attention

to Children's Day on Friday, Nov.
26th, at the Marion County Fair. In
the cases of those schools in which

the teachers and the bulk of the

pupils attend the day will be counted

as taught. We are, expecting a most
creditable parade from the court courthouse
house courthouse square to the fair grounds and
would like to see every pupil and

teacher of the county in line. Ad Admission
mission Admission for pupils on this day. will be

ten cents and we expect to have ani

address from State Supt. Sheats and
possibly other prominent people.

We also expect to have a very cred

itable school exbibit and for entrance

blanks arid information address Mrs.

Anna Tweedy, assistant secretary, at

Ocala.
We have had the best crops, have

the best feeling in general and are

going to have the best fair in the
history of the county, so let us get
the most from it.
.m J. H. Brinson, Supt.

NOTICE

To the Members of the Boys' Corn
Club
The express company will bring
your exhibit to the fair free, if you
will send it to me in care of the sec secretary
retary secretary of the fair association. I hope
every one of you will get your corn
to the fair by the 22nd of November
Very truly yours
S. J. McCully,
Agent.

NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS

If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-uphclstered, re-polished
or remodeled, write, me. Satisfaction
guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 44, Ocalu.
Fla. 9-2-lm

Butter Nut Bread has the ri&ht taste;
None of it ever goes to waste.
It is so pure, wholesome and good;
Fcr health it's the very best food,
tf Carter's Bakery.

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

Call and see the new electric globea
at the Marion Hardware Co. 11-15

VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily, Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf

Dr. D. M. Boney

OPTOMETRIST

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EYESIGHT SPECIALIST
e have recently returned from
i New Orleans where I 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
researches. My reduction in prices
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest
to those in need of glasses.
OfSce and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
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OCALA - FLORIDA

Proposed Charter of Castor Oil De

velopment Company
. ARTICLE I.
Name

The name of this corporation shall
be CASTOR OIL DEVELOPMENT

COMPANY, and its principal place of
business shall be in Ocala, Florida,
but it may 'establish offices at other
places within or without the state pf

Florida.
ARTICLE II.
Nature of Business

The general nature of the business
to be transacted by this corporation

is:

(a). To buy, own, control, develop

and sell real estate;

(b). To buy, own, control, develop

arid sell all kinds of personal prop- j
erty;

(c) To borrow and lend money,
giving and taking therefor such evi evidences
dences evidences of indebtedness as may be re required;
quired; required; (d) To. do any and all things
necessary to carry out the above pur purposes.
poses. purposes.
ARTICLE III.
Capital Stock
The capital stock of this corpora corporation
tion corporation is to be TWENTY-FIVE THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS, ($25,000.), divided
into 250 shares of the par value of
$100 each, to be payable in cash or in
property and services at a fair valua valuation
tion valuation to be fixed by the directors.
ARTICLE IV.
Term
' The term for which this corporation
is to exist is ninety-inline years.
ARTICLE V.
Officers

The officers of this corooration by

whom the business of said cornora-

tion is to be conducted shall be a pres

ident, a vice-president, and a secre-t??Tv-trpfl
surer, who : shall be elected

by the board of directors, and a board
of diiectors consisting of not less

than three members nor more tnan
nine members, who shall be elected by
the stockholders; all of the above offi officers
cers officers are to be elected at the annual
meetings of the stockholders and
rlirertors to be held on the second

Tuesday in January of each year.
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The following named onicers snail
conduct the business or businesses of
this cornoration until those elected at

the first election shall qualify: Presi-

dent, 11. is. Day; vice president, u. n.
Turner; secretary-treasurer, L. L.
Warfield; beard of directors, H. B.
Day, D. B. Turner and L. L. Warfield.
ARTICLE VI.
Indebtedness
The highest amount of indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at any time subject itself is
Twenty-five Thousand Dollars, ($25, ($25,-000).
000). ($25,-000).
ARTICLE VII.
Subscribers

The names and residences of the
subscribers, together with the amount

oi capital-stock subscribed by each
are as follows:

Name Residence Shares of Cap. Stock
II. B. Day, New Smyrna, Fla 20
D. B. Turner, Tampa, Fla..: 20
L. L. Warfield, New Smyrna, Fla.. 20

STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.

I hereby certify that on thi3 day
personally came before me H. B. Day,
D. B. Turner and L. L. Warfield, to

me well known to be the individuals

who subscribed their names to the

foregoing notice of intention to apply

for letters patend and to the

foregoing proposed charter of CAS

TOR OIL DEVELOPMENT COM

PANY and each acknowledged to me
that he subscribed his name thereto

for the amount of capital stock set
opposite his respective name and for
the uses and purposes therein set

forth and expressed.

My commission expires on the 18th

dav of October, A. D. 191G.

Witness my hand and official seal

at Ocala, Florida, this the 30th day

of November, A. D. 191o.
(Notary Seal). D. Niel Ferguson,
11-1-mon Notary Public.

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CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
State. County and City fepos!tiry. :

With
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to carry you by the first of the month's billing
period. If not,
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time ample-time to prevent friction at bill making season.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1915

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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS!
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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)

The Marion county friend3 of Dr.
R. D. Sistrunk will be interested in
learning of the arrival of a daughter
recently at his home in Dade City.
Dr. and Mrs. Sistrunk have a group
of fine boys and the advent of a
daughter in their family circle oc occasioned
casioned occasioned great joy.
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Miss Wenona Wetherbce, a member
of the Raiford public school faculty,
will arrive Wednesday to spend the
Thanksgiving holiday with her par parents.
ents. parents. Following the morning service yes yesterday
terday yesterday at Grace church the infant son
of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Lytle of Stan Stanton
ton Stanton was christened, Rev. J. G. Glass,
the rector, reading the pretty bap baptismal
tismal baptismal service. Master. Lytle wa3

named John Pasteur for his maternal
grandfather and standing as his god godfather
father godfather and godmother were hi3 uncle
'nd aunt, Mr. and Mrs. George Pas Pasteur.
teur. Pasteur.
Messrs. W. S. and J. R. Bullock,
Beck, Evans and Geise had as their
guests for dinner Saturday at the
"Home of Matrimonial Possibilities"
in Fort Lauderdale, Mrs. W. V. New New-som,
som, New-som, Rev. and Mrs. R. D. Dodge, Mr.
and Mrs. J. B. Heirs and Mr. Jack
Heirs, s
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Miss Musie Bullock returned Satur Saturday
day Saturday from a pleasant visit to friends
at Fruitland Park.
Miss Lancaster had the regular
monthly recital for her music class

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Today A.t Tfio

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program:
A five-reel Paramount feature,

JIM, TIE

Feaiarine JOHN RMSON.
Admission: From 3:30 to 6:30, 5 ani 10 cents; from 6:30 to 10:30, 10-20c.

PENMAN,

To Marion Counfy Fair Visitors

Be sure to visit the AFFLECK

stairs in Helvenston s store, w.iere
and where all the Latest Models in

MILLINERY PARLORS un-

a hearty welcome awaits you,

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MEKY

are being constantly shown, and where the most reasonable prices
always prevail.
Hair Goods sail 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
pleasure.
AFFLECK MILLINERY PARLOR

Ocala

Florida

teiviiplje: THEATER:

One solid

year in
New York

Three
Hilarious
Acts at
Sixty
Miles a
Minute I

New York
Cast
Production

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life

PRICES
$1.50

1.00
75c
50c

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Seats on
Sale at
Court
Pharma'y

Mailorders
accepted, if
accompanied
by check. ..

Saturday afternoon. After the mus musical
ical musical program, which consisted of
piano solos, duets and trios, the class
was invited to the dining room, where
hot chocolate and cake were served.
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Health Day Program at the Temple
Theater
Saturday was health day in the
Woman's Club year book and the ob observance
servance observance of it by the chairman of that
department, Mrs. E. G. Peek and her
committee members, not only reflect reflected
ed reflected credit on themselves but the or organization
ganization organization in which they form a great
and important factor.
Had the general public realized the
beneficial significance of the meeting
the attendance wrou!d have been larg larger
er larger but the nearly two hundred ladies
and the few men present made up in
quality what the audience lacked in
quantity. The speakers of the aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon were given the closest atten attention
tion attention of their hearers and the valuable
information, statistics, cautions and
rules, the observance of which are
necessary to withstand or ocercome
hookworm and tuberculosis, the two
diseases discussed, will bear desired
fruit. In the audience were a number
of mothers whose babies were enter entered
ed entered in the better babies contest con concluded
cluded concluded that morning and possibly the
benefits to them will be greater but
no one left the Temple but who felt
that the hour and a half, the duration
of the program, will be of everlasting
and ever increasing benefit to them.
On entering and leaving the Tem Temple
ple Temple fruit punch was served from two
bowls presided over by Mrs. W. D.
Can?; Mrs.. W. E. Smith, Mrs. R. B.
Bullock and Mrs. Walter Hood.
Mrs. R. L. Anderson, second vice
president, opened the meeting. She
gave the report of the better babies
contest, announced that the names of
the prize winners would be given
from the judges' stand at the fair
grounds Friday, that seats in the
jjrand stand would be reserved for the
mothers cf the contesting babies at
th?.t time, and then she graciously in introduced
troduced introduced Dr. J. L. Young of Plant
City, a state health officer who" came
especially to take part on the pro program.
gram. program. Dr. Young talked on, hook hook-work,
work, hook-work, a disease he has indefatigably
fought. Hookworm is prevalent in
the district between the thirty-sixth
parallel north and the thirtieth par parallel
allel parallel south, and in some nations
between those parallels it goes as

high as 70 per cent. It is :'n every coun

ty in Florida, varying from 12 to 95
per cent and is one of the most co?n-

mon diseases in this country. It in

habits the upper part of the small in intestines.
testines. intestines. Each worm takes one drop
of blood and one adult lavs in the
neighborhood of 2000 eggs. Dr. Young
cited five ways in which the disease

effects a human body, told several of

he manifold symptoms, among which

is a capricious appetite, continuous
headaches, bloodless lips.

There are six laboratories in the

state treating hookworm; the treat treatment
ment treatment is free at each, and any Ocala

physician, the speaker said, would

furnish necessary information for the

examination. A perfect sewerage
system will do more, for eradicating
the disease than anything else.

Mrs. Peek announced the other

numbers on the program, calling first
on Miss Sidney Harold, who gave in

her charming style, Chopin's Etude. A

humorous reading was given by Miss

Mamie Gross, a reader of ability, who
depicted a girl washing dishes. She
was followed by Mrs. H. M. Hampton,
who sweetly sang "At Dawn," Miss

Gertie Peyser playing her accompaniment.

In presenting Mrs. Mary Spencer,

Mrs. Peek said she needed no intro

duction that her work had made her

known to all. Mrs. Spencer is district

tuberculosis nurse, under the state

board of health. She possesses a

strong personality, and in relating
her experiences while traveling and
working in her district comprising a

population of 107,000 people, she wras
closely listened to. Tuberculosis takes

from the country's inhabitants one
person every three minutes and one
gut cf every four people are victims

of it. Ocala is the only town in Mrs.

Spencer's district that has medical
examinations in the public schools
paid for by the city.
Gainesville is headquarters and any
one writing Mrs. Spencer there, can
get her services. She visits all
homes with victims without charge.
She emphasized the necessity of
sleeping out of doors, the benefits
from careful sanitation, the inpor-

tance of better baby contests. In pre presenting
senting presenting her message to the audience,

Mrs. Spencer gave knowledge that on
account of its f orcef ulness will be

spread by those hearing her, hence

the work of exterminating tubercu tuberculosis
losis tuberculosis was advanced Saturday by the

health committee of the Woman's
Club.

BE PREPARED 5 FOE EM ERG EN CI ES

it's raining blue blazes

YOU!

WHEN
Wl FE'S
FOR A

TAC KS DON T TELL H ER. TO LET GEORGE DO IT.
GET OUT YOUR UMBRELLA, PUT ON YOUR,
RUBBERS AND LIGHT UP A

AND

YOU TO GO DOWN TOWN

LE CARPET

AUNT ASKS

NICKELS WORTH OF INVISI

'tobacco 1W l N-;Jppi& THE CIGARETTE
FOR
S3 JL XmW)W COUPON IN VV 6feCiXl

more, where Mr. Raysor is connected

with the express company. Miss Iola

Liddon is making her home with her
sister, Mrs. Raysor.

Catarrh a Blood Disease
S. S. S. Drives I tFrom Your System

Because Catarrh affects the nose
an throat, causing sores in the nos nostrils,
trils, nostrils, stoppage of air-passages and
gathering in the throat, it has been
common practice to treat Catarrh by
lotions, washes and sprays applied to
these parts. This mode of treatment
Is entirely wrong. It cannot give per permanent
manent permanent relief, and it is liable to irri irritate
tate irritate and aggravate the trouble. Ca Catarrh
tarrh Catarrh cannot be trifled with. If al allowed
lowed allowed to run on it will disease the
bronchial tubes, settle on the lungs,
the Btomach indeed it is a very se serious
rious serious disease. Don't treat it locally.
The fact that it causes headaches is
proof that it la caused by impure and
diseased blood. The one treatment
that has proved effective in the
treatment Catarrh is S. S. S.;

it is the greatest blood purifier and
blood tonic known. It relieves the
cause of Catarrh by the process of re re-nourishing
nourishing re-nourishing the blood, renewing its
strength and vlffor. giviug new life to
the red blood corpuscles and stimulat stimulating
ing stimulating the flow so that it has the vitality
to throw oft! the poison and germs
from the system. It is literally a
blood bath. You quickly feel results.
Headaches disappear, the gathering in
the throat stops, the nostrils heal
before you hardly realize it you are
well. S. S. J5. is a natural blood tonic
and has proven effective in the treat treatment,
ment, treatment, of all blood affections. Eczema,
tetters, rash, .Scrofula. Get S. S. S.
at your druggist's. If you need spe special
cial special advice write the S. S. S. Co., At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga.

Mrs. J. C. Garrett and son Donald,
who spent last winter in Ocala, will
sail on December 18th from San Fran Francisco
cisco Francisco for China, where Mrs. Garrett
will resume her missionary work.
They are now in Hanover, Ind., visit visiting
ing visiting relatives of Mr. Garrett.
Mr. William Camp is home from
Washington and Lee University, Vir Virginia,
ginia, Virginia, recuperating from a recent ill illness.
ness. illness.
Mr. and Mrs) William Hocker and
three daughters were guests yester yesterday
day yesterday of Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Mote at
Leesburg, motoring down in their car.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Raysor, Ocal Ocal-ans
ans Ocal-ans who. since their marriage several
years ago have resided at various
points, are now residents of Balti-

' Dekle-Spurlin Wedding
An event of last evening was the
marriage of Miss Sallie Spurlin, the
daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Green
Spurlin and Mr. Carl Herschel Dekle,
which was soleminized at 8:30 o'clock
in the Oklawaha Baptist church at
Lake Weir.
The ceremony, which was witnessed
by relatives and scores of friends of
the couple, was impressively per performed
formed performed by Rev. Bunyan Stephens, pas pastor
tor pastor of, the First Baptist church of
this city. A pretty sentiment was
centered in the ceremony, in that the
bride, the only daughter, chose for
her wedding day the twenty-ninth

marriage anniversary of her parents.
The attractive new stone church was
beautifully decorated for the happy
event, the work being done by the

friends of the bride. Palms, ferns
and a quantity of cut flowers with a
wealth of pink vine, heavy in bloom,

was combined, with artistic effect,

making a beautiful setting for the
wedding which was the first ever per performed
formed performed in the church.4

Mrs. D. E. Mclver presided at the

organ and promptly at the appoint appointed
ed appointed hour Mendelssohn's wedding march
heralded the approach of the bride

and groom, who entered together,
taking their places beneath a wed

ding bell at the chancel where the
ceremony was performed.
The bride, a pretty brunette, was

charming in her traveling suit of
brown chiffon broad cloth with brown
fur trimmings and wore a pink neck
rulf and a" chic black hat trimmed in
pink. Her flowers were an arm bo bo-ouet
ouet bo-ouet of white crysanthemums.
Mr. and Mrs. Dekle, left on the
night train for a wedding trip of a
few days after which they will go to
Bartow to reside.
Mrs. Dekle is a charming, young
woman with many accomplishments

and is extremely popular in a wide!

circle of friends, all of whom will wish
her happiness in her new life.
Mr. Dekle is a busines man of
ability and is also popular with a host
of friends who will extend congratu congratulations
lations congratulations and best wishes. Both Mr.
and Mrs. Dekle have resided in this
city and it is with deep regret of
friends that they go to Bartow to .re .reside.
side. .reside. I
Attesting their popularity jthe
bride and groom were the recipent; of
a large number of beautiful wedding
presents. j
The wedding was attended by many

past month. Mother and son are do doing
ing doing nicely. Mr. and Mrs. Newburn re reside
side reside at Maxville on the Seaboard, west
of Baldwin a few miles.
Presbyterian Silver Tea
The Ladies. Aid Society of the
Presbyterian church heljj its monthly
silver tea and annual fancy work sale
this afternoon at the home of Mrs.
W. D. Taylor on East Fort King ave avenue.
nue. avenue. Mrs. Taylor and her mother,
Mrs. George MacKay, acting as
hostesses.
Roses and chrysanthemums adorn adorned
ed adorned the attractive rooms. The delight delightful
ful delightful affairs was attended by a large

number of ladies and quite a few gen- j
tlernen. A neat sum of money was
the result of .silver offerings and the
many pieces of fancy work purchased

by the callers.

Mrs. Taylor and Mrs. MacKay re

ceived Informally and standing with

them were Mrs. J. R. Herndon, Mrs.
Eli A Osborn and Mrs. E. M. Finch.
Mrs. G. S. Scott and Mrs. Robert
Blanke invited the callers to the din dining
ing dining room to partake of marshmellow
dainty and Sunshine wafers served
by Misses Musie Bulock, Elizabeth
Davis and Stella Cleveland.
Mrs. D. E. Mclver and Mrs. G. J.
Perkins saw. that all visited the fancy
work booth in the reception hall, pre presided
sided presided over by Misses Mary and Anna
McDowell, Nellie Gottlieb and Mrs. J.
H. Taylor. Coffee was served while
the pretty articles were being in inspected.
spected. inspected. Added pleasure was given
by the rendition of piano numbers by
Misses Gottlieb, Anna McDowell and

Mrs. J. H. Taylor and vocal selections
by Mrs. J. E. Johnson.

Ocalans who motored to the
the early evening.

lake in

Born this morning at 2 o'clock j to
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Newburn an 11 11-pound
pound 11-pound son. The boy arrived at the
home of Mrs. Newbum's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. C. Y. Miller, in thi3 city,
where Mrs. Newburn has been for the

Your Photograph
Is the most acceptiable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent
ones.
YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
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Zome early before the rush begins.

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Visitors Given a Charming Party
Honoring Mrs. R. A. Burford Jr. of
Boston, who concluded Wednesday an
extended visit to Ocala relatives, and
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski Jr. of Tampa, a
Thanksgiving visitor to the city, at attractive
tractive attractive young matrons whose hus husbands
bands husbands are former popular Ocala boys,
Miss Janet. Weathers entertained
charmingly this afternoon at auction.
The appointments of the party car

ried out the Thanksgiving motif. Yel- j

low chrysanthemums in vases were

places in the double parlors, where
four tables were arranged for the
players. Attractive tallies, appro appropriate
priate appropriate to the season, were distributed
by the dainty little cousin of the
hostess, Miss Margaret Stevens of
Lakeland, who also assisted Miss
Weathers in other ways during the
afternoon.

At the conclusion of the games the
honorees were presented pretty hand hand-embraidered
embraidered hand-embraidered fancy work aprons and
to the player scoring highest was
given a pretty Thanksgiving pin
cushion.
Chicken salad, cranberry ice, hot
Rose biscuits, sandwiches, olives and

wefers were served.
Miss Weathers is, at all times a
charming hostess, and her party to today
day today gave great pleasure to the fol following
lowing following who were her guests, Mrs.
Burford, Mrs.- Zewadski, Mrs. E. J.
Mills-Price, Mrs. Harvey Clark, Mrs.
C. M. Lloyd, Mrs. James Taylor, Mrs.
G. H. Ford, Misses Hope Robinson,
Mary Burford, Hester Dewey,- Mar-

iion Phelps, Adele Bittinger, Ellen
iClarkson, Alice Bullock, Edith Will

iams and Eugenia Fuller.

illness of Mrs. Bowie's father, M. J.
F. Quinney. Mr. Quinney was the
victim of an accidant about two weeks
ago from which he died on Saturday

! of last week.

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Mrs. B. D. Blackburn and her house
guest, Mrs. W. J. Bailey of Tampa
and Mrs. Charles Phippen and Mrs.
James Engesser spent Saturday in
Leesburg, the guests of friends.

Mrs. Mansfield and sons, Ernest
and James, are enjoying an extend extended
ed extended visit to Mrs. J G. Bradshaw in St.

I Petersburg.

Mrs. N. G. Wade and Miss Lena
Wade of Jacksonville are guests for
fair week of the former's niece, Mrs.
Eli A. Osborn.

E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer -Phooe
10 Ocala, Fla.

There will be no meeting of the

iShakspere class this week on account

of the fair.

Mrs. H. E. Schoefiin, who has been
spending the past month with Ocala
relatives and friends at Fairfield, re returned
turned returned to her home in Tampa yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon.
Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Lee and two
small children of Sylvester, GaM ar arrived
rived arrived in town today to spend fair week
with Mrs. Lee's brother and sister-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. Berry Carter, at
their home three miles out on the
Dunnellon road.
Mrs. Ben B. Bowie and little daugh daughter
ter daughter Frances, returned home yester yesterday
day yesterday from Louisville, Ga., where they
were called on account of the serious

Mr. and Mrs. S. F. Jackson of Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, arrived yesterday to visit
until after the fair with Mr. and Mrs.
B. D. Blackburn.
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The register at the municipal rest
room shows a large patronage.
Miss Lavinia" Fuller of Orlando is
visiting Mrs. W. W. Clyatt.
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Mrs. D. T. Mclntyre of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, arrived yesterday afternoon to

spend the week with her daughter,
Mrs. Joseph C. Caldwell. Mrs. Cald Caldwell
well Caldwell also has with her as fair week
guests; her two sisters, Mrs. Odell
and Mrs. Larson of Jacksonville.
Miss Mildred Merrill of Bellevievr
is among the out of town shoppers in
the city today.
Mrs. Marian D. Harris left Satur Saturday
day Saturday for Gainesville, where she will in
future make her home. The good
wishes of her Ocala friends attend
her.
m m. m
Miss Tommie Standley, who is
teaching this winter at the Lynne

school, spent Saturday at home. She
will return to take Thanksgiving din dinner
ner dinner with her mother, Mrs. S. A. Stand Stand-ley.
ley. Stand-ley. Mrs. E. M. Overstreet, Misses Lois
and Mabel Overstreet of Eustis, arriv arrived
ed arrived today for a visit of a week to Mrs.
S. N. Igou. They will be numbered
among the hundreds of out of town
visitors attending the Marion County
Fair.
.
Mrs. William Littledale left today

for her former home in Hawthorn to
be with her daughter, Mrs. L. E.
Wadsworth for a few days. A fine
11-pound son wa3 born to Mr. and
Mrs. Wadsworth, at their home in
Hawthorn at 10 o'clock yesterday.

Dodge Brothers Motor Car will be
exhibited at the fair grounds this
week in charge of Mr. P. L. Billings Billings-ley,
ley, Billings-ley, whom you all know. 22-St

Any two employes of the Star office
who take this notice to the store of
Mr. J. R. WTiite, on South Main street,
will be treated to bottled Coca-Cola
at the expense of the Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works, if thi3 notice is pre presented.
sented. presented. It

Hot clam and tomato bouillon at
the Court Pharmacy. Try them. Cfc



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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1915
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OCALA OCCURENCES
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K. of P. meet tonight.

WEATHER REPORT

Elks meet tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellow3 meet tomorrow night.
Royal Arch mets Friday night.

Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon.

Council meets tomorrow evening.
Special meeting to restore names
stricken from the registration list.

At their meeting this evening, the
K. of P. will nominate officers for the

ensuing term.
Among the Star's callers today was
Mr. Thomas Hicks of Lake Kerr. He
has been in South Florida for some
months and is returning home for the
winter.
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Marsh's market has been nicely
painted inside and out, Mr. F. K. Den Den-no,
no, Den-no, the painter having charge of the
work.

Mr J. D. McDonald of the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Valley railroad offices, returned
yesterday from a business trip to
Jacksonville.

The following reports of tempera temperature
ture temperature and rainfall are made to the Star
y the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
Max. Min. Rain

November
November
November
November
November
November
November
November
November
November
November
November

November
November
November
November

November

November

November

November
November

Weather Forecast
Fair tonight and Tuesday, probably

light frost interior north portion to

night, warmer Tuesday. ;

Dr. Nat Hunter has returned to Ft.
Myers from a visit of several days to

friends at Citra.

Mr. Minor Sistrunk of Montbrook,
who has been ill at the hospital in
this city for the past week with
throat trouble, does not improve as
rapidly as his friends and relatives

would wish for.

Mr. H. C. Sistrunk, Ocala's popular
city clerk, who has been at White
Springs for the past two weeks, will

be home Monday. :

For electric light globes see the

Marion Hardware Company. 11-16

Mr. Frank G. Scott, secretary of
the Johnny J. Jones Shows, made the
Star office a pleasant call today. The

shows will be opert for business to

night at the fair grounds.

1 .79 55
2 79 57
3 ........78 54 ..
4 .... 76 56 ..
5 78 52 ..
6 .77 51
7 80 72
8 179 59
9 ...81 57 ..
10 81 57 ..
11 85 58 ..
12 ... 82 63
13 ... 80 59
14 ...79 66
15 78 59
16 ...71 55 .17
17 .......72 57 .40
18 . .75 62 1.20
19 ..67 5a ..
20 .......65 46 ..
21 .71 38

At the Temple this evening will be

a live subject, the five reel feature of
"Jim the Penman." John Mason stars

in this play. It had a big run in New

York and is praised by all who saw

it.

Friends of Mr. Donald Schreiber

will learn with deep regret that he is

ill with typhoid fever at Lehigh, Pa

but at the same time they will be glad

to know that he has a mild case and

is convalescent.

Mr. George H. Upchurch of Jack

sonville, representing the L. C. Smith

Typewriter Co., was in town today,

calling on the trade.

Mr. J. H. Parker, who was quite

badly burned several days ago when
the yacht "Mimmie" at Silver Springs
burned to the water's edge, is in the

city today, tie says the tire was

caused by a leaky gas pipe, and that
the gasoline tank did not explode for

nearly an hour after the fire began.
Mr. C. A. Carter of Leroy is in the
city today. He brought in over a
dozen fine turkeys for which he found
a ready market at good figures.
For plumbing ana electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf :

Dr. Blitch and Miss Legie were in
town today, and reported Mr. Loonis
Blitch on the rapid road to recovery.
, Mr. E. M. Howard went to Auburn Auburn-dale
dale Auburn-dale this afternoon to visit his fine or orange
ange orange grove.

Mr. R. R. Tomlinson of Plant City
and Mr. John Q. Hanshaw of Madison,
are in the city on official business
connection with their positions as
prison inspectors.

Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies toy express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf
Mr. J. M. Mosely of Orange Lake,
will be in charge of the traffic squad
at the fair grounds this season. He
said that acting in this capacity has
been a Considerable sacrifice to his
interests at this time as he is in the
midst of lettuce and cabbage plant planting.
ing. planting. Mr. Moseley's experience in the
capacity he is acting at the fair
grounds will assure pedestrians and
drivers of vehicles of "safety first"
during the week.

SEVERE PUNISHMENT
Of Mrs. Oiappell, of Rye Tears'
Standing Relieved by CurdsL

Mt Airy, N. C Mrs. Sarah M. Chap Chap-pell
pell Chap-pell of this town, says: "I suffered tor
five years with womanly troubles, also
stomach troubles, and my punishment
was more than any one could tell.
, I tried most every kind of medicine,
but none did me any good.
I read one day about Cardui, the wo woman
man woman s tonic, and 1 decided to try it. I
had not taken but about six bottles until
I was almost cured. It did me more
good than all the other medicines I had
tried, put together.
My friends began asking me why I
looked so well, and I told them about
Cardui. Several are now taking it."
Do you, lady reader, suffer from any
of the ailments due to womanly trouble,
such as headache, backache, sideache,
Jjeeplessness, and that everlastingly tired
Jf.S0,!et,us urSe You to give Cardui a
trial. We feel confident it will help you,
Just as it has a million other women in
the past half century.
Begin taking Cardui to-day. You
won't regret it AH druggists.
Writr to: Chattanooga Medicine Co.. Ladle
kirisorf Dept.. Chattanooga, Teniw for StecuU
'mtrurtirHM on your case and 64-page book. "Home
-ctmect for Women. in plain wrapoer. N C 124

Superintendent Caldwell of the

electric light plant was busy Satur

day, fixing up the row of globes

around the courthouse for the illumi

nation this week. We had been of
the opinion that Joe had a special
method of running red and blue juice
into the globes intended for thos,e

tints, but when we came to look at
him we found he was going around
with two tomato cans, one filled with
red paint and the other with blue, and

tinted each globe by the simple pro

cess of pushing a can up under it till

the glass was buried in the paint.

Noble Grand Little and Secretary
Colbert of the Odd Fellows lodge
went to Citra Saturday to visit Mr.

T. F. Harrison, who has been sick for

some time.

Mr. H. C. Raysor, K. of P., the
other day, found a handsome pin evi evidently
dently evidently lost by some brother knight.
The owner can reclaim it by notifying

Mr. Raysor. r
That smart young Ocalan, Rea Fer

guson, is doing some good cartoon
work. He has drawn some good
sketches of well known men about
town which are not only good hits
from an humprous standpoint, but, are
pretty good likenesses. When Rea
draws a picture, it is not necessary to

label it for you know who it is.

The little restaurant at the A. C.
L. corner of the Ocala House has put
up a curtain that our older citizens
recognize in spite of the name on it
being upside down. On its green sur surface
face surface it bears the name of E. Delouest.

This curtain did duty in Delouest's
drugstore twenty odd years ago, and
people who recognize it wonder where

it has been all the intervening time..

. Mr. F. J. Huber of Bronson has
been in town on his way home from a

visit to Indiana.

BELLE VIEW CIVIC LEAGUE

The Civic League held its regular
meeting Tuesday "afternoon. Only
routine business was transacted. The
members were pleased to welcome
Mrs. Adam Hafner back to the meet meeting
ing meeting after her visit to Pennsylvania,
New York state and her old home in
DesMoines. She brought- some good
ideas on how to earn money for ex expenses
penses expenses and to make our club home

beautiful. After a social meeting the
members attended the Ladies' Aid So Social
cial Social at Mrs. O. M. Gale's home.

The league held a dance Friday

night, Nov. 12th, which was largely
attended. Guests were present from
Ocala, Shady Grove, Summerfield,
Oklawaha, Pedro and other places.

The hall was decorated with magno

lia branches and other foliage, flags

and flowers. The orchestra from

Ocala was exceptionally good.

Mr. Robert Freeman was chairman

of the committee and was assisted by
his wife, Mrs. Minnie Freeman, Miss
Lucile Bohanan, Mr. Bert Smith and
Mrs. J. A. Freeman.
Dancing was kept up until near 1
on'clock, all saying a cheerful good goodnight
night goodnight and a good time. It was an announced
nounced announced that another dance would be
given Dec. 3rd, but the date has been
postponed until further notice.
The league ladies will hold some something
thing something later that will be of interest to
a great manyv Members are request requested
ed requested to attend the next meeting to help
plan for our winter's work.

THIS ADVERTISEMEMT IS
meant for a Particular kind of Wo Woman.
man. Woman. For the woman who demands the
best in QUALITY SERVICE and
VALUE at a reasonable price.
For the woman who wants to' sup supply
ply supply the needs of her home, herself
and her tamily most intelligently.

Pala Brand California Yellow
Cling Peaches, a bargain. Don't let
this opportunity of getting a few
tins pass while we are making OKp
this special price of 2 tins for UU

EVERY GROCERY STORE
sells groceries.
But we don't suppose there are any
two stores any where that are identi identical
cal identical in OUALITY, VALUE ai d in
PRICE.
We wish to tell you that a whole
lot of people seem to like our methods
pretty well. They "stick" from year
to year and have no serious com complaints
plaints complaints to make.

J4L

Carolina Brand Early June Peas,
this is another real bargain. It isn't
the smallest pea in the world, but it
is .a good jone. During the dates O E
of sale, 3 No. 2 tins for ------ ub

Here are our GASH Specials for FAIR WEEK. Come ill whether you buy or not, let us
show you our store, the only one of it's kind in middle Florida. Prices are good from

MONDAY, 32nd to SATU

RDAYj

7th INCLUSIVE

Fancy Green, a
good one, lb
Roasted Whole
Bean, lb

You can't beat the price for less
than 15c to 20c per pound

12ic
12ic

CORN FLAKES
targe Packages Krinkle
Corn Flakes at 2;
per package
This is the same Corn Flakes as
;he old time Post Toasties, which
formerly cost you 10c. Get a
oackage while they last. They
ire fresh and crisp, having just
arrived from Battle Creek.

pLAN your THANKSGIVING DINNER early. We have all sorts of
good things for the feast. You will like these: Plum Pudding, Fruit
Cake, Currant Jelly, Sweet Pickled Peaches, Brandy Peaches, Mince Meat,
Guava Jelly, McLaren's Imperial, Deviled, Nippy and Deviled Cheese, Swiss
Cheese, Roquefort Cheese, Sage Cheese, Limburger Cheese, Edam Cheese,
Pineapple Cheese, Camembert Cheese, Cream Cheese, Pimento Cheese, Sap Sap-Sago
Sago Sap-Sago and many others. Royal Scarlet Raspberries, Strawberries, Blackber Blackberries,
ries, Blackberries, Blueberries; Royal Scarlet Table Peaches and Apricots;. Royal Scarlet
Sliced, Grated and Ready-to-Serve Pineapple, French Peas, Mushrooms, An Anchovies,'
chovies,' Anchovies,' Russian aviar and a hundred and one good things to eat which
are too numerous to mention here;

LOG CABIN SYRUP
Log Cabin Maple and Cane Syrup,
Pint Tins 25c, sellers HQ
for. ............ . . imt&A C
Quart tins, 45c, sellers O O
for. .. OOC
-Gal Tins 75c, sellers g g
1 Gallon Tins $1.40, tf f OA
sellers for & L dJ

2ic

FRUITCAKE
30c Oxford Fruit 07p
- Cake, each
75c Oxford Fruit RQn
Cake, each DOU
$1.50 Oxford M OC
Fruit Cake Sl-OJ

Mtaptfs MlaNe Mait9 per

White Bacon,Nis 14c Kingan's S 14c
Flakcwhitc Sd Ifle Full Cream Cheese H2c

&TSUP

Van Camp's Tomato Catsup, a 15
ounce Bottles at 1 f M
tor.:.: ............ 1 ic
A good Catsup and a large bot bot-tle.
tle. bot-tle.

irookfleli

ratter

Pound Prinls
for, each,

Van Camp's Evaporated
Milk, tall, per QHp
dozen will
Van Camp's Evaporated
Milk, baby, per Jjq

KARO SYRUP
No. iy2 tins, 3 tins2gQ

.... 23c
45c

No. 5 tins,
each

No. 10 tins
each....

ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS, ALL 1 Elf PA C

25c

Royal Scarlet Table Peaches
' pertin.

Royal Scarlet Table Peaches C O 7K
.C per dozen tins. 'v
The cheapest price we have had in
the history of this store-35c for years
Royal Scarlet Apricots, at per 2Q

Royal Scarlet Cherries at per
tin.- -. . -:

Royal Scarlet Sliced, Grated and
Ready-to-Serve Pineapple 1"7p
at per tin ,--.
Royal Scarlet Blackberries at QO ft
per tin Lias:
Royal Scarlet Blueberries at OO t
nor tin mmm3

7Vyl till -
Royal Scarlet Lima Beans, No.
l's, at per tin -

27c

31c

12c

Royal Scarlet Strawberries at
per tin ...

Royal Scarlet Red Raspberries O 7p
at per tin--. .
Royal Scarlet Lima Beans, No. 1Q
r 2's, at. per tin
RoyaLcarlet Asparagus tips 01 p
per tin ; . L
Royal Scarlet Baked Beans, per 1 On
tin .... ; 1 ILL

Royal Scarlet Succotash No. 2
tins . 1

Royal .Scarlet Corn, No. 2's per.....
tin
Royal Scarlet Corn No. l's per
tin .... .........
Royal Scarlet Tiny Peas, No. 2's per
tin.. .V ......................
Royal Scarlet Tiny Peas, No. l's per
tin ....
Royal Scarlet Early Sweet Peas per
tin. . .. .....................

iC

13c
11c
22 c
15 c
17c

SOAP and WASH WASHING
ING WASHING POWDER
Grandma's Washing Powder, per
package 4(. 7 lot 25C
Export Soap per cake only
4c7for 25c
Lenox Soap per cake only
: 4c 7 cakes for 25c
Hammer' Soap, 3 cakes for
10c 12 cakes 35c

CLOTHES PINS

5c

3 dozen Clothes Pins

for...

Fancy PRUNES, 40-50
to the lb., 2 lbs for. .

25c

12 Pound Bags, for -24
Pound Bags, for -96
Pound Bags, for -

47c
95 c
3.55

Stone's Cakes
9-Oz. wrapped pack packages
ages packages of Gold, Yellow, Cre Creole
ole Creole Fruit, Raisin, Spanish
and Mephisto, for
10c

there to entertain

When you do to the FAIR don't fail to visit our BOOTH. We will be

our friends and CUSTOMERS.
Don't fail to visit us whether you are our customer or not, we have a treat m store for
you. ;, ;

When you get tired and
worn out, go to our BOOTH
and get a cup of Good Old
CHASE & SANBORN SEAL
BRAND COFFEE, it will cost
you nothing, and you will be
under no obligation to us.

O.K.

f I!

eaoot

Q

OGALA

PHONE 16

rocery
- FLORIDA

"!f"

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

W. K. Lane, M. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida.

WHY PAY FAIR?
During fair week we will give &
free ticket to the fair with every Five
Dollar purchase of shoes or hosiery.
Absolutely cash.
18-6t Little's Shoe Parlor.

BEWARE CHEAP SUBSTITUTES
In these days of keen competition
it is important that the public should
see that they get Chamberlain's
cough remedy and not take substi substitutes
tutes substitutes sold for the sake of extra profit.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
stood the test and been approved for
more than forty years. Obtainable
everywhere. Adv.
Magnolia meat market, plione 167,
North Magnolia street, opposite Flor Florida
ida Florida House, fresh oysters, fish and
meats. 26-tf

SEABOARD SCHEDULE

South Bound
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 rth Bound
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.

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When you are in townf
visit our store and : see if
you do not agree with us
that we have the prettiest
GROCERY STORE in Middle
Florida.

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. tn.,

Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m.
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30
a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
re; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 p. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train.

ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS

This office will make close prices
on sets of tickets for orange packers
fcr the coming season. Write us for
.samples and prices.
d&w tf The Ocala Star.

OKLAWAHA VALLET
RAILROAD SCHEDULE

Nc. 71 Leave l alatka, f:30 a. mH
arrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1:05 p. m.;
arrive Palatha, 5:25 p. m.

Fresh seeds of all
Ocala Seed Store.

kinds at tHa
20-tf

On Saturday and Monday. 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, fof
casn. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

KX1GHTS OF PXTmAS

Ocala Lodge No. id. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial elcotae to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Kovell, C. C.
C&as. K. Sage, Kt of R. S. Ad

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