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VOL. 21. OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23,1915 P 278
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE I
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Eighth Marion Fair has Opened
GOOD ATTENDANCE THIS MGRiiG TO SEE THE PARADE
AHD HEAR THE GOVERNOR
The Marion County Fair opened on
schedule time this morning, and it is
the concensus of opinion that unless
bad weather prevents it will be the
best event of the kind yet. The ex exhibits
hibits exhibits are more numerous and varied
than ever before, and the attendance
promises to be record breaking.
The events of this morning were
the industrial parade and the opening
address at the fair grounds by Gov Governor
ernor Governor Trammel!.
The industrial parade was a great
success. It is a feature of the fair
greatly needed and conspicuously
lacking .for the last few events. That
it featured in this year is the result
of the enterprise of the. Peninsula
Club, which organization, it is to be
hoped, will live long and continue in
good works. ;
ine parauc passeu ine oiar ymce
corner a little after -10 a. m. It was
If A Kir Vi ro Olniof Clnamnr9 5n tna rr1
d.vil, from which, flew an immense
American flag. Following came:
The fire department.
The floats or decorated autoes of
P. L. Billingsley, -Governor Tram Tram-mell
mell Tram-mell occupying a seat in his car,
Van Boney, '
Blalock Bros. y
J. P. Phillip's,
Ocala Steam Laundry, -O.
K. Teapot Grocery,
Florida Lime Co.,
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank,
Ocala Iron Works,
F. G. B. Weihe,
II. A. Waterman, -Standard
John Dozier Co.,
Marion County Hospital,
J. M. Fennell, '
National Biscuit Co.,
White Star Transportation Co.,
Western Union Telegraph Co.,
Smith & Sandifer,
L. R. Chazal & Sons, 1.
Knight & Lang,
II. B. Masters,
Florida Abstract & Title Corp.
F. W. Ditto Real Estate,
"Why Pay More."
Ocala Ice & Packing Co.,
It is impossible to give a detailed
account of the parade today; it would
take two columns to justice to it. The
foregoing list does not include a
number of handsome and prettily dec decorated
orated decorated autoes, which flashed by in a
hurry, either independent of the par
ade, or intending to take a place in it
The pretty and impressive proces
sion passed out Broadway to the fair
grounds and around the race track;
giving everybody a good chance to see
it. It ought to be repeated on Tliurs
day, when the biggest crowd will be
THE GOVERNOR'S ADDRESS
After the parade arrived at the
grounds and made a trip around the
race track, Mr. J. D. Rooney, chair chairman
man chairman of the reception committee, in
troduced Governor Trammell, whose
'speech was really the signal of the
official opening of the Marion County
Fair for the 1915 season.
Governor Trammell congratulated
the people of this section of the state
upon the splendid showing made at
fhe present fair. He spoke of the
advancement made by the entire state
in the past few years, and especially
in the line of agriculture, horticul
ture and stock raising, of which he"
sees such evidences at the fair. He
mentioned that the great need at
present is the proper marketing of
our products, and stated -that he had
recommended the passage of laws
looking to that end at the last session
of the legislature, without, however,
any tangible results. Governor Tram
mell's speech was very eagerly listen listened
ed listened to, and throughout he showed that
he was wide awake to the doings of
the state and also to the needs of its
people, especially the tillers of the
soil, whom he recognized as the great greatest
est greatest factor in our future development.
' THE EXHIBITS
The agricultural exhibit is larger
and more varied than has ever been
shown in our county fair.
The first exhibit to the right of the
entrance is a most comprehensive one,
and probably the largest single col collection
lection collection in the building. It is from the
Muckland Farm, in the Oklawaha val valley,
ley, valley, just east of Candler. The exhib exhibit
it exhibit contains giant millet in the stalk
and hulled, forage corn and shelled
corn, rice straw and seed, fall pota potatoes
toes potatoes "Made in Marion County with
out Fertilizer," Honduras rice in the
stalk and shelled, large stalks of
dasheen and great quantities of roots.
A large stand decorates the center of
the exhibit and is covered with large
photographs of the farm and its pro pro-duets.
duets. pro-duets. All through this building may be
found individual and collective exhib exhibits
its exhibits of baled peavine, ragweed, natal
grass, crab grass, beggar weed, red
top, rice straw, velvet bean, alfalfa
and mixed and other kinds of hay,
squash, pumpkins, sorghum and rib ribbon
bon ribbon cane and broom corn.
Great quantities, of seed products
are in evidence, some in glass jars
and others in large receptacles; among
them are jamaica rice, millet, field
peas, velvet beans, pole beans, but butter,
ter, butter, beans, chufas, peanuts, rye, etc.
Sweet potatoes, cane and cane syr
up, some of the county's most staple
products are on hand in abundance,
as well as cassava, okra, turnips,
rhutabagers and other garden "sass"
Several grist mills have displays of
their products in this building, and the
wonder is that anything in this line
is ever imported in the county, when
such can be produced right here at
Officials in Charge of the Most Inter Interesting
esting Interesting Feature of the Marion
Mr3. J. R. Moorhead, superintend superintendent;
ent; superintendent; Mrs. L. E. Yonce, secretary can canning,
ning, canning, educational and floral exhibits;
assistants, Mrs. H.v A. Kramer, Mrs.
J. H. Spencer, Mrs. Lester Lucas.
Mrs. J. D. Rooney, secretary fancy
work exhibit; assistants, Mrs. F. W.
Cook, Mrs. F. E. McClane, Miss Annie
Mr. H. A. Waterman's float was
Mr. D. B. Mayo's new Maxwell auto
mobile, covered in red crepe paper,
printed to represent a solid brick
wall (the Brick City.) In the car were
Mr. D. B. Mayo, driving, with high
silk hat, black frock coat; Mr. Water Waterman
man Waterman himself in evening dress and top
hat, and three young ladies dressed
in men's coats, shirts, ties and stiff
hats, each with a white pennant on
which the different lines -of the store
were printed. The only thing about
the car to indicate what it represent represented
ed represented was a pennant, from radiator cap
to windshield, with "Waterman's" on
The Wildcats in the cage on their
float, with Mrs. Will Goin on the driv driver's
er's driver's seat, and their coach, Miss Ber Bertha
tha Bertha Smith, accompanying them on
horseback, made a ferociously lovely
picture. Any man would have given
ten dollars to have been thrown
headfirst into the cage.
Dodge Brothers Motor Car will be
exhibited at the fair grounds this
week irf charge of Mr. P. L. Billings Billingsley,
ley, Billingsley, whom you all know. 22-3t
MUCH GOLD COIN ARRIVED IN
NEW YORK FROM EUROPE
- (Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 23. Two ship shipments
ments shipments of gold valued at $15,750,000
arrived aboard the steamers Lapland
and St, Paul today, mostly for pay payment
ment payment of British munition bills.
OBREGON WILL TRY TO DRIVE
HIS FORCES OUT OF
Douglas, Ariv., Nov. 23. General
Obregon, the Carranza commander, is
expected to take the field today in a
final effort to drive Villa's forces out
of Sonora. Obregon expects to meet
the Villa forces somewhere on the
WILL BE POLICY OF WORKING
MEN AS DECIDED BY AMER AMERICAN
ICAN AMERICAN FEDERATION OF
San Francisco, Nov. 23. A resolu-;
tion endorsing legislative methods for
obtaining a universal eight-hour law
was defeated 8846 to 6896 at the final
session of the American Federation
of Labor, after a heated debate be between
tween between President Gompers and John
Fitzpatrick, president of the Illinois
Federation of Labor. Then the con convention
vention convention went on record as favoring
economic pressure only for obtaining
shorter hours. President Gompers
favored the latter method.
Seven Persons Killed and .Others In Injured
jured Injured in a Train Wreck
Columbus, Ga., Nov. 23. The bod bodies
ies bodies of seven persons have been recov recovered
ered recovered as the result of a head-on col collision
lision collision west of here last night between
a Central of Georgia passenger train
and a special train of twenty-eight
cars carrying Con T. Kennedy's car carnival
nival carnival company.
The Ocala Wildcats will play the
Williston basketball team at the
Camp court Saturday afternoon at 3
- DOCTORS TAKE NOTICE
The city physicians are requested
to register at the Board of Trade
headquarters in the rest room build building
ing building when they come on the fair
grounds so that they may-be found
when wanted. There is always some
one here with whom messages may
be left for them. By thus register registering
ing registering they may always be found when
wanted for emergency calls.
J. D. Rooney,
Chmn. Reception Committee.
DAKOTA MAX WILD WEST SHOW
Dakota Max's Wild West Show at
the Marion County Fair this week
gives a clean, refined and up-to-date
exhibition, consisting of bucking jbron jbron-co
co jbron-co riding, lariat throwing, gun spin spinning,
ning, spinning, trick and fancy rifle shooting
such as shooting small objects held in
the mouth of Madam Saunders; a
troupe of five performing goats, the
only act of its kind on the road.
Madam Saunders with her snow
white Russian wolf hound, is another
feature act formerly with the Selig
Motion Picture Company; Hotis Kil Kil-linger,
linger, Kil-linger, champion trick rider of Am
erica, last season with the 101 Ranch;
Montana Jack, steer riding; Rube La La-mont
mont La-mont and wife, with their bucking
mule; Jack Johnson and a number of
other high class acts.
Dakota Max offers $100 to any anybody
body anybody who producing a horse that can
not be ridden in full view of the au audience.
KICHLINE HAS SOLD OUT
Mr. J. G. Kichline, who has been so
successfully conducting the general
store at Eastlake in the Newport
stand for the past eight months, has
sold that business to Messrs. Klock &
Lee, who will operate the store in the
future. Mr. Kichline says it is so
pleasant, at the lake that he will re remain
main remain there for some time to come.
F0II SHORTER HOURS
MARION COUNTY WILL GAIN BY
ADOPTING UP-TO:DATE BUS BUSINESS
INESS BUSINESS METHODS
The following letter from the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank of Ocala to the Marion
county commissioners will probably
go a long way toward : inducing the
board to ask the people for a bond
issue, to place the county on a sound
The county is considerably in debt
and practically bankrupt. Not that it
i3 insolvent, for it has plenty of prop property
erty property and resources, but they are not
in shape to enable it to meet its obli obligations.
Up to last February, the county
was in debt almost $120,000, since
which time the sum has increased to
This indebtedness is not the result
of either extravagance or dishonesty.
The Star has been quite close to the
board of commissioners ever since it
was a paper, and it is certain that
our county affairs have been managed
honestly and capably. ; The commis commissioners
sioners commissioners have, of course, made mis mistakes,
takes, mistakes, and there have been isome in instances
stances instances of petty graft, among minor
officials, but when everything is con considered
sidered considered it is doubtful if the public af affairs
fairs affairs of any county in the state have
had a more honorable and careful a
management than those of Marion.
The trouble has been caused mainly
by the anxiety of the county com commissioners
missioners commissioners to stick as closely as possi possible
ble possible to the pay-as-you-go plan. They
have tried to keep the millage down,
and when they ran short have bor borrowed
rowed borrowed small sums to make both ends
meet. Marion,-like all other counties
in the state, ha3 for the last fifteen
years been making ;. improvements
which were imperatively needed. But
the "pay-as-you-go" plan has, on the
one hand, caused the improvements to
be made in a rather patchwork man man-ner'and
ner'and man-ner'and on the other hand has increas increased
ed increased the county debt. t 1
The county is now in the condition
of a man who has" plenty of property,
good business and some -debts, but
his business is not enough to both
allow him to pay expenses and pay
his debts. Under these circumstances,
the individual's course is clear. He
must borrow money to meet his obli obligations,
gations, obligations, and this, if he has substan substantial
tial substantial property it is easy for him to do.
He can: take the borrowed money and
pay his debts, and by paying interest
renew his notes until he can catch up
with his debts. If he doesn't take this
up-to-date way of settling his diffi difficulties,
culties, difficulties, his property may be attached
and sold for a debt of one-tenth of its
So the business-like way for Mar Marion
ion Marion county to put its affairs on a firm
basis is to issue bonds, meet its obli obligations
gations obligations and pay interest on the money
until it is repaid. This course, if
properly carried out, will not only
save trouble but should reduce taxes.
Its the Star's opinion that if the
county issues bonds, it should bond
for improvements as well as to pay its
debts. A bond issue to build a couple
of hundred miles of good roads in this
county would put it in line with the
other progressive counties of the
state, and would make things better
for all the people.
The property valuation of Marion
county is about $7,000,000. It can, if
its county 'government -remains as
honest and capable as it has been for
the last score of years, bond for
enough to meet its present obliga obligations,
tions, obligations, at least half a million for roads
and not know it is7 carrying the load.
Its the only modern and practical
way to do.
Following is the letter from the
Commercial Bank to the commission commissioners:
Board of County Commissioners, Ma Marion
rion Marion County, Fla.:
Gentlemen With reference to our
bid of date September 9, 1915, for not
less than $90,000 nor more than $110, $110,-000,
000, $110,-000, interest bearing coupons refund
warrants of Marion county, we beg
to say that we have just received the
opinion of Messrs. Dillon, Thomson
& Clay of New York in regard to
these warrants, and we regret to say
that the opinion is adverse to the
validity of the warrants. However,
as our bid is made conditional upon
their approval, and we have all con
fidence in their ability, we, of course,
will abide by their opinion in such
For your informaation we quote
from their letter, which is dated No November
vember November 17, in relation to this matter.
"The special act (chapter 7058 of
1915), authorizing the re-Issue' of
said warrants, provides that the re
issued warrants may be made paya
ble at fixed dates, to be determined
by the board of county commission commissioners.
ers. commissioners. It provides for the payment of
interest thereon semi-annually at a
rate of not exceeding six per centum
per annum. The act further provides
LIEUT. MILLING FEARS" SOME
UNITS OF HIS FLEET
(Assoc -ted Press)
Austin, Texas, Nov. 23 Four Unit
ed States army aeroplanes, flying
from Waco to Austin,. have been re
ported missing by Lieut. Milling, one
of the aviators landing here. Lieut.
Milling has appealed to all sources
that the re-issued warrants shall be
payable out of the same fund that the
warrants surrendered in lieu thereof
may be payable. The board of coun
ty commissioners Is required to can
cel the warrants surrendered imme
diately upon the re-issue of the war war-dan
dan war-dan ts in place thereof. The act fur further
ther further provides that the re-issued war warrants
rants warrants shall be Incontestable and shall
be and become binding and valid ob
ligations of the county.
"It is proposed that these warrants
shall be issued in denominations of
$1000 each, and that the principal
shall be payable in substantially
equal annual installments on April 1
of the years 1918 to 1933, inclusive,
without opposition of prior payment.
"The general statutes of Florida,
as contained in the compiled laws of
1914, sees. 781 et seq., providing for
the issue of warrants, requires that
the warrants shall specify the fund
upon which the same is drawn, that
no warrants shall be drawn upon any
fund except that for which said fund
was raised; requires that each fund
shall be kept separate; and provides
that warrants may be presented to
the treasurer for payment, and if not
paid the -treasurer shall endorse on
the warrant his reason of refusal for
non-payment, Itnd shall pay such war warrants
rants warrants in the order of their presenta presentation.
tion. presentation. "Chapter 6941 of tne laws of 1915,
being an act to provide for the levy
of taxes for the years 1915 and 1916,
authorizes the board of county com
missioners of every county to levy
taxes as follows: For the general
purpose of the county to meet the or
dinary and. necessary expenses and
all extraordinary exnepditures of a
general nature not more than five
mills; for the fine and forfeiture fund
a tax not more than two mills; for
the purpose ; of constructing, recon
structing, working and repairing- of
roads, bridges and ferries in such
county not to exceed eight mills; for
county school purposes not less than
three mills nor mort than seven mills;
to pay the outstanding Ipdebtedness
of the county and the interes there thereon,
on, thereon, not more than four mills; foY the
encouragement and protection of ag ag-riiulture,
riiulture, ag-riiulture, not more than one-half of
"The special act under which these
warrants are proposed to be issued
provides for an exchange of new war warrants
rants warrants for old warrants and does not
contain any specific authority for a
sale of the warrants but in the propo proposition
sition proposition made by the Commercial Bank
of Ocala to the board of county com
missioners there is a condition that
priorto the delivery of the new war warrants,
rants, warrants, the board by appropriate pro proceedings
ceedings proceedings shall levy a special tax of
sufficient millage to produce ample
funds to retire said warrants, princi principal
pal principal and interest, at maturity. There
is nothing in the said special act, or
elsewhere in the statutes of Florida,
so far as we have been able to find,
whiclf would authorize the board of
county commissioners to make a pres present
ent present levy of taxes sufficient to retire
the proposed warrants, which wi i ?.-
gin to mature after 1916.
The constitution of Florida, Art. 9,
Sec. 3, provides that "No tax shall be
levied except in pursuance of law."
In pursuance of th'r authority thus
conferred it has long been the cus
tom, as we understand and as an ex
amination of the general laws of Flor
ida indicate, for the legislature at
each biennial session to provide far
the levy of taxes for 'state and county
purposes at certain fixed ratea for the
ensuing two years, and, thererore, un
der such statutes hre i3 no con
tinuing power to lefy and collect the
taxes thus specified 'or moro than the
presecribed time. Without statutory
authority, it -is our opinion tbat the
board of couny commissioners cannot
pledge to the payment of specified
warrants taxes to be raised beyond
the time limited by the legislature,
and if warrants are issued under the
special act of 1915, and are not paid
when they become due, the holder of
such warrants might be obliged to
proceed by mandamus to compel the
levy and collection of the necessary
taxes to pay the warrants under the
provisions of the taxing laws as they
exist at the time when the warrants
become due. Further, we find no re restrictions
strictions restrictions upon the board of county
IMPOSSIBLE FOR THE LITTLE RATION 10 PLEASE BOTH
TEUTONS AHD ALLIES
commissioners, if they see fit to Is Issue
sue Issue other warrants payable out of
the same. fund as the re-issued war warrants;
rants; warrants; and there is no certainty, of
course, -as to the amount of taxes
which -future legislatures will author authorize
ize authorize to be levied by counties. Our
conclusion, therefore, is that under
the special act and the general tax taxing
ing taxing act of 1915, the board of county
commissioners of Marion county has
no power to pledge the taxes of the
county to be raised in future years
after 1916 to the payment of the re reissued
issued reissued warrants."
The above views are in accordance
with those expressed by the letter of!
Messrs. Hocker & Martin to the Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Bank, dated Ocala, Florida,
October 16, 1915, as follows : i
"In this connection, we will sayi
that the legislature of Florida, uni uniformly
formly uniformly at each session, provides for
the levy of taxes for the next suc succeeding
ceeding succeeding two years, and no more. No
tares;" according" to the constitution,
can be levied, except in pursuance of
law, which, law, so far as the present
question is concerned, is found in
chapter 6941, acts of the legislature
of 1915, and the special act. of the leg
islature authorizing the re-issue of
county warrants. We are of the opin opinion
ion opinion that the board of county commia
sioners cannot at the present time
levy a tax to be collected In future
years until these warrants are retir retired,
ed, retired, but this levy must be made eaci
year, as all other taxes are levied."
Therefore, it appears to us that in
view of these conclusions, that there
is nothing left for the county to do
but issue bonds, and we suggest that
you proceed in this way, in which
event, we shall be much pleased to
negotiate further in regard to the
raising of moneys for the county. In
addition, we shall be glad to exer
cise every influence, which we can,
towards the carrying of bonds, as wo
believe it is, in fact, the better plan,
not only from a standpoint of safety
to the investor, but in the interest of
the county itself from a financial
standpoint, and we believe that the
tax payers of Marlon county will
readily see the necessity of such
measure, and will gladly lend their
assistance in funding the indebted
ness of the county and assisting the
public improvements In this way.
As this necessarily closes the trans
action, please return us our certified
check for $2000, and oblige,
Very truly yours,
D. W. Tompkins, Vice President.
D. C. Stiles Jr., Cashier.
BANKS WILL OBSERVE
THnrsdav. November 25th. (Thanks
giving Day) beinr aMegal holiday in
the state of" Florida, the undersigned
banks of this city will be closed for
business on that day.
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Nat-
. tional Bank.
BOY-ED SPENT THE BOODLE
Was Busy Sending Supplies to the
New York, Nov. 23. The govern
ment in onenine the trial of Karl
Buenz and three' other employes of
the Hamburg-American Line, charged
with conspiracy, charged that Cap
tain Boy-Ed, a German naval attache,
with spending $750,000 in chartering
and loading neutral vessels with sup
plies for German warships.
HAPPY JACK THE SEA LION
Happy Jack, the baby sea lion, is
another of the attractions with the
Jones Exposition Shows at the fair
worthy of note. It is a show of real
merit and a guaranteed attraction.
to be the Next
London, Nov. 23. The latest news
from the Balkans revives the hope
here that Monastir may hold out un until
til until the French and British effect a
junction with the Serbians. The
Rome and London Serbian legations
have received reports of a great Ser Serbian
bian Serbian victory northeast of Pristina. As
these advices give neither details nor
dates, there are doubts as to their im importance.
GREEKS WONT AID GERMANS
It is now believed that the allied
forces which may take refuge on
Greek territory are hardly likely to be
subjected to attack. from the rear.
The most significant indication at
present of the attitude of Greece is
contained in remarks made by Greek
Minister of Justice Rhallis. Rhallis
is quoted in a press dispatch as hav having
ing having complained bitterly of the Allies
methods. He argued that their tard
iness in bringing effective support
for the Serbians made Greek partici participation
pation participation impossible. He declares, how
ever, that the Greeks are -determined
to maintain their neutrality and the
Allies need have no reason for fear
of danger if forced across the Greek
FRENCH HOLD ON IN MACE
French military positions in Mace
donia are reported as being improved..
Assertions are made that the Bulga Bulgarians
rians Bulgarians have retired after a vain at attack
tack attack against the French.
DESPERATE FIGHTING AT THE
A message from Constantinople, via
Berlin, tells of a violent offensive in
the Dardanelles. There has been no
official confirmation of the message.
RUSSIANS WIN NEAR RIGA
Nothing important has taken place
on the eastern line, except the Russian
announcement that the Germans had
been repulsed on the Riga front.
British artillery i3 said to be busy
on the western front.
SERBIA'S GOVERNMENT IS ON
Athens, Nov. 23 -Diplomatic advi advices
ces advices say that the Serbian government
has been removed from Mitrovitsa to
Prisrend, in Western Serbia near the
Albanian border. The diplomatic
corps has gone to Petich, Montenegro.
SHIPS NOT BEING SEIZED
London, Nov. 23 The foreign of office
fice office here states that no Greek ships
are being seized, or held up, in Unit United
ed United Kingdom ports and that no block blockade
ade blockade has been instituted or enforced.
SKOULOUDIS BETWEEN DEVIL
AND DEEP SEA
Saloniki, Nov. 23. The resignation
of Premier Skouloudis of Greece is
expected momentarily on account of
difficulties between Greece and Great
Britain, according to reports being
BERLIN CLAIMS SOME GREAT
Berlin, Nov. 23. Notable progress
for the Bulgarians in the region south
east of Pristina, Serbia, with the capr
ture of 8000 Serbians, 44 cannon, 22
machine guns and other munitions is
announced at army headquarters.
The Teutonic forces have taken 1500
additional Serbian prisoners and cap captured
tured captured six cannon. Northeast of Pris Pristina
tina Pristina and north of Mitrovitza the Teu Teutonic
tonic Teutonic 'force 3 are advancing, throwing
back the Serbians who are resisting
in rear-guard actions.
Thanksgiving service will be held
at the Methodist church Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock." Rev. J. H.
Hemdon, pastor of the Presbyterian
church, will preach the sermon. The
! choirs of different churches are cor
dially invited to assist in the music.
The service will begin promptly at 10
a. m. Everybody cordially invited.
J. M.Gross, Pastor.
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AT THE MARION FAIR
Park Trammell, governor of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, arrived on the evening train yes yesterday,
terday, yesterday, coming from Crescent City,
where Mrs. Trammell is visiting her
father. The governor came specially
to help Marion county people open
The governor-might have had a
spreadeagle reception with a brass
band if he had let the town know he
was coming but he preferred to come
in like an ordinary citizen. He step stepped
ped stepped off the Coast Line train, said
howdy do to the acquaintances he met
on the platform, and walked off to the
Harrington with Bob Adams like any
One of the good things about Park
Trammell is his dislike of formality,
fuse and feathers. He goes around
and mixes with the people, and has a
greeting, full of hearty goodwill for
all. He has made Florida a good
governor; few men have filled the of office
fice office as well, and fewer still have filled
Ocala is always glad to see him,
and its only regret on this occasion is
that he did not bring Mrs. Trammell
made the duty of the controller to
see that warrant is issued in the
event of failure or refusal to pay the
license prescribed, but the collection
of the license tax on state banks is
the duty of the county tax collectors,
who may call on the county solicitors
for assistance.' The Times has re
printed statements from other papers
which do Mr. Knott injustice, and it
presents this information with the
purpose of correcting the injustice in
sofar as it has been a party to it.
D. B. M.
PROOF OF A BIG PAPER
The Tampa Times has been criticis criticising
ing criticising Controller Knott a little too
severely, we think. Having found out
that it was mistaken in some of its
criticisms, it gives one of the sure
sign3 of a big paper it makes cor correction
rection correction in a wholesale way. We re reprint
print reprint its correction, as follows:
Justice to Controller Knott
Desiring always to do exact justice
to all men, the Times has .secured an
opinion from an attorney in whom it
has the fullest confidence on the sub subject
ject subject of the duty and responsibility of
the state controller in regard to the
issue of warrants for state banks (or
bankers) "failing or refusing to pay
the state license. This attorney ad advises
vises advises the Times that it is not the duty
of the controller to issue these war warrants."
rants." warrants." In the case of express, tele
graph and Pullman car companies do doing
ing doing business in the state it i3 clearly
TO CHANGS YOUR SKIN I
IIow to Develop the Highest Degree
of Vital, Nervous and Mus-
Snakes throw off their outer akin
once a year. Human beings change
their skin perhaps nine times in a year;
that is, they have a new skin about once
in six weeks.
- The value of a clean skin in main
taining health is not properly under understood
stood understood bv the majority of Ysorle. Clean
liness is a part of health. You can
not be healthy unless you are clean
A t .11 1 . 1 M
noc oniy externauy, duu aiso inter interna
na interna Uv.
The blood should also be assisted
occasionally, like the skin, in throw throwing
ing throwing off poisons so that the system may
not get clogged and leave a weak spot
for disease germs to en ten When the
blood is clogged we suffer from what is
commonly called a cold.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discov
cry purifies the blood and entirely
eradicates the poisons that breed ana
feed disease. It thus cures scrofula,
eczema, boils, pimples and other erup
tions 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 blood.
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 enriches
riches enriches the body with an abundant sup
ply ot pure, ncn blood.
Take it as directed and it will search
out impure and poisonous matter in
the stomach, liver, bowels and kidneys
and drive it from the system through
me natural channels. '
It will penetrate into the joints and
muscles, and dissolve the poisonous ac
cumulations, liad blood 13 driven out.
It will furnish you with rich, pure blood
full of vital force the kind that in increases
creases increases energy and ambition, that to
juvenates the entire bcdyt
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roofs repaired or Re Re-shingled.
All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
k Call Phone 437
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
PHONE 503 ;
For Good Wood
BIG Load tor $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL n AVE I
IMMEDIATE ATTENTION J
J. L. SMOAR j
At Smoak3 Wagon Shop. J
s s m u s e
CHAMP CLARK COMING
Hon Champ Clark will deliver
his lecture at the Temple The
ater Wednesday night at 8 P.
M. Tickets on sale at Court
Pharmacy under Management
Redpath Lyceum Bureau.
Don't fail to hear this famous
J D. Rooney, Secretary.
the first overcoat he was able to af afford
ford afford in ten years, and immediately
the weather warmed up.
Champ Clark, speaker of the House
of Representatives, one of the great greatest
est greatest and most influential men in Am America,
erica, America, will be in Ocala tomorrow. He
will deliver a brief ; address at the
fair grounds early in the afternoon,
and will give one of his great lectures
at the Temple tomorrow night!
Champ Clark is a national charac
ter, a man with long years of public
life behind him, during which time he
has kept his work unbroken and his
honor unstained. His reputation for
eloquence and wisdom is nation-wide.
Ocala owes it to herself to give him
not only a cordial; public reception
but to fill the Temple to overflowing
to hear his lecture.
The story that Mrs. Gait, Presi
dent Wilson's fiance, had ordered her
trousseau from Paris, caused great
resentment, evidently inspired by hy
phenated Americans, in some quar quarters.
ters. quarters. The story has been definitely
denied and it is "officially" stated that
Mrs. Gait's wedding outfit will be
made in the United States. Perhaps,
if it hadn't been for France, there
wouldn't have been any United States.
Its a picayunish sort of a patriot who
objects to our buying things from
Frenchmen just now.
PASSES FOOL LAWS
, The state hotel inspector was here
this week and made all the widow
women, crippled men and others who
are trying to make a living keeping
boarders pay him two dollars for pay paying
ing paying them a visit. Of all fool laws
passed by any legislature, the hotel
inspection farce is the limit. Perry
The queer thing about this is that
we heard the proprietor of a big hotel
make about the same remark.
IN LIGHT MARCHING ORDER
James Grantham, who was being
held for entering a hardware store in
Orlando recently, pried open his leg
shackles at the St. Lukes hospital,
where he was confined during the
night and fled in his night shirt.
When this was written Grantham was
still at liberty. Daytona Journal.
Johnnie must have warmed himself
by burning the wind. v
Dr. Haiselden of Chicago, who re refused
fused refused to perform an operation that
would have saved the life of a child,
which he was sure would grow up de
fective, and the mother of the "child,
who acquiesced in the physician's de
cision, are both worthy of honor. It
is difficult enough a task for the men
tally and physically fit to live; those
deficient are burdens not only to the
able but themselves.
Young man, join a strong fraternal
order as soon as you can gain admit admittance.
tance. admittance. It will help you in your home,
and should you, as most Americans
do, visit a distant state, it will open
to you the doors of friendship as no
other power can, and will insure you
friends in the time of need.
Major Ernest Moraht, a German
military expert, says that the Ger Germans
mans Germans will soon make another drive on
Paris. We doubt that anything would
suit the French better. r
The big merchantile establishments
of Rheinauer & Co, Helvenston, Mas
ters and Frank will close on Thanks
giving day at 1 o'clock, and the Star
recommends all other business houses
to do likewise. It will show kindli
ness and public spirit, both of which
virtues deserve every man's encour
The cornerstone of the McKinley
birthplace memorial was laid with im impressive
pressive impressive ceremonies at Niles, O., Sat
urday. William McKinley was not so
great a statesman as some who have
filled the presidential office, but no
better man or more genuine Ameri
can ever lived.
They must have some awful whisky
in Ocala. The Star says under the
Davis law you can get a half -pint for
fifteen cents, the price of one drink
under the old method. Tampa Tri
Well bet you the price of a pint
that you can find plenty of it in your
own town, and so far as we can judge
it isn't much worse than the stuff you
have to pay 40 cents for.
Christmas is thirty-two days
and we warn our friends that
have a No. 11 sock.
Mr. ; Stanley Cobb and Miss Mar
garet Corn were married at El Paso,
Texas, a few days ago. We pass this
up to the other paragraphers. Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Tribune.
We could make something out of it,
but we won't. v
MENU FOR DINNER
To be Served at the Fair Grounds by
Ocala Ladies Wednesday, Nov. 24
Roast Beef Chicken Pie
Creamed Potatoes Steamed Rice
Home-Made Assorted Pies
Oysters, Stewed or Fried
Hostesses: Mrs. J. M. Meffert, Mrs.
T. M. Moore.
BUS FARE WILL BE 10 CENTS
At the request of the fair manage
raent Mr. E. E. Dobbs of the Florida
house has agred to run his big au
tomobile bus to the fair grounds, day
and night, for a 10-cent fare each
Germany knows her enemies ought
to be whipped, but so far they have
not agreed with her.
.Just think if Noak's ark had struck
a mine. west raim ueacn. xropicai
Sun.; -..-'I.-.. '.
We wouldn't be murdering and rob
bing each other today.
Galvin's Orange Cocoanut creams.
40 cents a pound at Gerig's Drug
A BROAD HINT
Florida's present population is 921, 921,-569.
569. 921,-569. Say, folks, 'if we were to get
right busy, reckon we could make it
a million in tne next twelve monuis:
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
V 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 articles
ticles articles in the home. Davies the
Tire Man. : 4-tf
Carter's Delicious Cake Cake-Buy
Buy Cake-Buy it for the children's sake.
It is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them all the time,
tf Carter's Bakery.
Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies ty express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf
It would be splendid practice f ol
American battleships to steam along
our coasts and stop the interference
of British cruisers with' our coastwise
The afternoon paper has no use for
tomorrow. It tries to tell it all todav.
One newspaper man" in Ocala
knows what hard luck is. He bourht
Anyone having magazines about
the house which they can spare, will
please notify Mrs. E. A. Osborne,
chairman of the social service com committee
mittee committee of the Woman's Club, who will
see that they get into the hands of
people who cannot or do not take
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
This is a medicine intended espe especially
cially especially for stomach troubles, bilious biliousness
ness biliousness and constipation. It is meeting
with much success and rapidly gain gaining
ing gaining in favor and popularity. Obtain Obtainable
able Obtainable everywhere. Adx.
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
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. v 19-6t
OFFICE WORK WANTED Capa
ble young man wishes extra office
work to do between the hours of 8 a.
m. and 2:30 p. nw Phone orcall the
LiUSi since Nov. lUtn, milK cow;
aarK rea; DiacK lace; Dell and rope
around the horns; also strap arcund
one leg. Address Winter, Eastlake,
WANTED Bright young wan who
can give short time daily to office
work. Offers good opportunity to
hustler. R. A. X., Care Star. 11-tf
FOR SALE At a bargain, runabout
Maxwell car. Address "X," care the
WOOD For first class wood of
any size or length, call phone ft3M
four rings. J. M. Potter. tf
FOR SALE Florida raised mare,
years old, works anywhere; also one
buggy, one wagon, one Indian motor
cycle, one Banner bicycle. Apply at
Meadows Repair Shop, N. Orange
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house
keeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
FOR SALE Horse and Buggy. A
six-year-old, highly bred horse with
either surrey, or buggy, as may be
preferred, for sale cheap for cash.
Horse is a fine saddle animal or for
buggy, surrey or any other purpose
eentle 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 f rater
nity pin, set with pearls. Finder wil
receive liberal reward by returning
same to Star office. 17-6t
Many of the sick and afflicted are
being restored to health by Chiro Chiropractic
practic Chiropractic adjustments, so can you.
Charles E. Kiplinger
Rooms 20-21 Holder Building
OCALA - -FLORIDA
Wm 1m Mam aiM Boy
When You Buy of
JaTE sell only such Merchandise as we can, and
V do, stand behind. There's no uncertainty
as to your being pleased with the wear of pur clothes
and other wearables, for we always stand between
you and ANY dissatisfaction. Trade here & feel secure
Hart, Schaffner & Marx Boys' iiats and caps
ClOthCS "We specialize on Men's Accessor-
In snappy styles for young men and iesfoT. Evening wear and Full Dress
conservative styles for the older occasions.-
man, $18.00 to 25.00, and de- Suit Cases and Traveling Bags,
pendable suits in other makes Collar Bags, Handkerchiefs, Neck-
from $10.00 to $16.50 wear and Hosiery.
Boys Suits in new styles. Same ... ,
come with two pair pants. Prices J'f E Shoes m all leathers -t
from ..... $4.00 to $12.50 only -. . -. . $6.00
Opera Coats and Cravanette Rain "Waterman Special" Shoes in all
Proof Coats from $7.50 to $25.00 leathers from . . $4.00 to $5.50
Rain Coats for Boys $3.00 to $4.00 E. C. Skuffer Shoes in black and
Manhattan Shirts Sl.50 to $4.00 tan from Childs sizes, Boys & Men
Wilson Shirts $1.00 to $2.00 Boys' Shirts and Waists at 50c,
Stetson Hats $3.50 to $5.00 75c and $1.00.
Big assortment of Hats including This Store will be closed on
Young Men's Novelties at prices Thursday, Nov. 25tli, to ob-
from ... $1.50 to $3.00 serve Thanksgiving.
Unlimited quantities of White Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda Onion plants at 20 cents jer
hundred, or $1 per thousand. Phone
14. BITTING &' CO.,
3t N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.
WHY PAY FAIR?
During fair week we will give a
free ticket to the fair with every Five
Dollar purchase of shoes or, hosiery.
18-6t Little's Shoe Parlor.
Dodge Brothers Motor Car will be
exhibited at the fair grounds this
week in charge of Mr. P. L. Billings -ley,
whom you all know. 22-3t
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
For plumbing ana electrical
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300.
636 & FREUND-WAGENER
NATIONAL CARTOON STRVfCE TOBP. N. V.
(HELLO CHARU-v J
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
t"'' "f!iipp- ifepa1 '" i
j, mi- ii - -rim.
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18 Years Experience
The latest machinery, skill skilled
ed skilled labor andann abudant
supply of soTt water we are
able to give the public an
exceptionally high quality
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main SL
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Stock in our store will be
yfllii I filn f
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocala Ice l
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
U'f t .I' S.,!
(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1915
The ingredients of the food
you eat and give your children
should be pure and healthful
beyond any question.
Various food officials and
pure food experts have frequently
endorsed Royal Baking Powder a3
being superior to all other simi similar
lar similar preparations, and many of the
great chemists of the world,
including most of those of
official position, have given
No other article of food haS
ever received such emphat i c
commendation for purity, strength
and wholesomeness, froo.he'moat
eminent authorities, as Royal
Because Royal Baking Powder
adds only healthful qualities to
the food is one of the reasons why
it is always preferred by teach teachers
ers teachers of cookery and the medical
ROYAL BAKING POWDER CO.
We see by the Jacksonville Florid Florid-ian
ian Florid-ian that our enterprising young
friend, E. E. Robinson, is interested in
the formation of the Florida Utilities
Company, a corporation to build or
acquire gas plants in various cities of
the 6tate. Interested with him 1 is
Frank D. Moses, who built the Ocala
gas plant. It looks like a big thing,
and Emmett's Ocala friends hope he
will make good money out of the en enterprise.
terprise. enterprise. '
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Today At TTJtio
PATHE WEEKLY AND FOUR OTHER REELS.
NEW PATTERM-HATTS I
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Those who have not yet purchased their FALL HATS will have $
another opportunity of making a selection from a late arrival of
the newest models for 1915, during FAIR WEEK, beginning f
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 22nd' 1
Among these will be found a number of real chic designs in the ?
very latest shades of brown and other popular colors of the season. 5
NEXT TO MASTERS'
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He. is the richest man who knows
how to draw a benefit from the labors
of the greatest number of men, of
men in distant countries and in past
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe has as
their guest recently Mr. Joseph Mug-
nier of New Orleans. With his host,
Mr. Mugnier visited Silver Springs
and like the thousands of visitors who
frequent these waters annually, de
clared it was the most beautiful place
he had ever seen, and he has traveled
Miss Louise Booe of the Dunnellon
high school, will spend the Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving vacation with her mother, Mrs.
B. H. Seymour, arriving tomorrow.
She will be accompanied by Miss
Yonce and Miss Ruth Otwell, who will
be her guests.
The executive board of the Florida
Federation has accepted the invitation
of the Miami Woman's Club to hold
its 1915 convention in that city.
came up from the lake in their auto automobile.
mobile. automobile. Mr. Bartlett spent the sum summer
mer summer in Akron with his daughter.
They purchased an automobile ,and
Mrs. Connor drove it the 1700 miles
to Weirsdale, arriving here a fort fortnight
night fortnight ago. She will spend the winter
with her father.
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The "Wildcats" and the Gainesville
high school basketball team have de decided
cided decided not to have a game next Satur Saturday;
day; Saturday; however, they will play in this
city at an early date.
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann of
Citra and the latter's cousin from
Arkansas will be guests tomorrow of
Mr. and Mrs. John M. Graham, com coming
ing coming down to attend the fair.
Miss Lydie McDoughal, who holds
the chair of expression at Columbia
College, Lake City, will accompany
the members of the school of expres
sion to Ocala when they present their
charming play, "Billy's Bungalow."
Miss McDoughal is a niece of Mr. and
Mrs. R. S. Hall and in her honor Mr.
and Mrs. Hall will have as their
guests at their spacious home all of
those taking part in the play
The grades up to the ninth in the
city public schools are awarded a half
holiday when no one in the grade Js
tardy for a month. Nearly all of
them have won the half holiday and
tomorrow they will take them, mak making
ing making their Thanksgiving holiday extend
from Wednesday noon to Monday.
Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Billingsley ar arrived
rived arrived last night in their car from Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, to visit their Ocala friend3
during the fair. They are at the Har
Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Foss of Lake
Weir are taking in the fair. They
are guests at the Harrington.
Mr. Sherman Hammett, Miss Ger
trude Hammett, accompanied by Mrs.
W. A. Tompkins are in the city to
meet their dancing pupils at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club building.
Among the far-away visitors at attending
tending attending the opening of the fair today
are Mr. and Mrs. J. M, Poeger Jr., of
Dallas, Texas. They are pleasantly
domiciled at the Harrington.
Mrs. Edwards, who makes her home
with her daughter, Mrs. Maude Home,
is the guest of relatives at Williston
and will probably prolong her visit
until the Christmas holidays.
Mrs. M. C. Juhan is home from a
visit of three months to relatives in
Atlanta and other Georgia points.
Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Moore have as
their guests for fair week Mr. and
Mrs. E. A. Hickson of Micanopy, Mrs.
Lucy D. Hagood of Jacksonville and
Mrs. Bryan Walker of Gainesville,
who arrived today. Mrs. Hickson and
Mrs. Hagood are sisters of Mrs.
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Mr. and Mrs. G. T. Maughs have
returned home from a short visit to
their niece, Mrs. Arthur Williams and
family, at Murdock.
Mrs. J. P. Hilburn of Palatka is
visiting friends at Citra and in a few
days she will come to Ocala to spend a
week or longer the guest of Mrs. G.
Mrs. Ardis Waterman, who has been
in Jacksonville, the guest of her
mother, Mrs. B. J. Potter, will return
Miss Rebecca Smith, who came up
from Tampa to attend the Dekle-
Spurlin wedding Sunday, has return returned
ed returned home.
Mrs. Nellie Conklin and Miss Mat Mat-tie
tie Mat-tie Parkhouse of Fruitland Park, are
visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Carter
during the fair.
Mrs. N. E. Carter returned home
last night from Gainesville.
Mr. Ernest McLin arrived last
night from Jacksonville. Mrs. McLin,
Miss Margaret and Master Charlie
will be here tomorrow, to visit Mrs.
T. E. Bridges. The McLins will soon
be among us to stay which will great greatly
ly greatly please their friends.
Mr. A. A. Bartlett of Weirsdale,
made the Star office a pleasant call
today. Mr. Bartlett and his daughter,
Mrs. V. B. Connor, of Akron, Ohio,
Woman's Department at the Marion
The artistic arrangement prevail prevailing
ing prevailing throughout the woman's depart department
ment department at the fair reflects much credit
on the head of the department, Mrs.
J. R. Moorhead and her corps of effi efficient
cient efficient assistants. This year it is read readily
ily readily noticeable that the quality of the
exhibits surpasses that of .last year
and that feature reflects credit on
those making the entries. The fair
gives impetus to friendly rivalry, and
a visit to it each year instils new
thought and new blood into those who
are responsible for making the enter enterprise
prise enterprise a success annually the contrib contributors.
The writer visited the rooms yes yesterday
terday yesterday devoted to the display of the
ladies, the schools and canning club
girls and was agreeably surprised to
see at that early hour the number of
entries almost equal to the total num number
ber number of last year. And on another visit
made today found the quantity even
greater and everything in readiness
for the judges to begin their difficult
task. Mrs. Moorhead is a worker and
under her system, delay is eliminated
as much as it is possible.
Mrs. Yonce and Mrs. Rooney are
secretaries and among the assistants
are Mrs. F. W. Cook, Mrs. Lester
Lucas, Mrs. F. E. McClane, Mrs. J. H.
Spencer and Miss Annie Davis.
The large room opening into the
horticultural department is used for
the display of the canning club girls,
who under Mrs. Moorhead, the county
agent, have won an enviable state
reputation, the city school display and
general cooking. On account of a
lack of space the exhibits are crowd crowded,
ed, crowded, consequently do not show off to
an advantage, but on close inspection
the quality is seen to be of the very
best. It is the first time that the
schools have made an exhibit at the
fair and their exhibit is most credit creditable.
able. creditable. An inspection of it shows
thoroughness and mastery of subjects
studied. A Marion county product
may made by a pupil in one of the
lower grades will in all probability
teach every one who sees it a lesson.
It bears a sample or picture of every
product in the county, Oklawaha riv river,
er, river, Lake Weir, Orange 'Lake and
smaller bodies of water are repre represented
sented represented and in them are the various
fishes and other inhabitants of their
There is a collection of 35 samples
of different woods found around
Ocala. The fifth grade has compiled
a list of birds seen by its members
53 in all. The first grade has made
an exhibit of Florida kaolin moulding.
There are dolls made from corn
shucks, woven hammocks and doll
caps, slat weaving) all showing taste
and skill. The domestic art class of
the high school has a millinery de department,
partment, department, including only hats made
by the members they are beautiful
creations and are the girls' street and
dress hats for the winter.
The canning club girls always have
a large and complete display and this
year the contents of their hundreds
of glasses and cans even look better
than on previous occasions, if that is
In the Ocala Lumber & Supply Co.
building are the exhibits of the rural
schools, art and china painting, em
broideries, lace and drawn work, etc.,
general fancy work, practical sewing,
machine and hand work.
The Fellowship school has a collec
tion of 65 different kinds of woods
found near its building. Griner Farm
school has in its display a large num number
ber number of maps of the different nations.
In the antique department is a plate
over 100 years old with a picture of
the Boston state house; a "scrap pic
Its Delicious, Healthful, Invigorating
Take no Substitute Insist 'on Genuine Coca-Cola
Sold on the Fair Grounds at entrance to Agricultural Hall
aod by Boys in the Grand Stand
V '''' J I
Is the most acceptiable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent
YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
LY PROMPTLY DONE
Jome early before the rush begins.
OVER O. K.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR VV. .C. SMITH-
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
Yoim Cam Bony iln
THE FULLY EQUIPPED
FIve-PasseegeF Cer, $700 lit ca!;
Can you beat this, the celebrated MAXWELL "Wonder Car," a full, roomy, five passenger 25-30 horse horsepower
power horsepower motor that will pull through any sand or mud or climb any hill that will give you more miles on the
same tires, gas and oil money than ANY CAR MADE, excepting none; that is fully equipped with everything
that could be desired electric starter, high and dim jelectric lights, one-man mohair top demountable rims of
the best make, spare rim and rim carrier, ventilated, rain-vision windshield, etc.
If the question of money has kept you from buying a car it need no longer do so. Take advantage of my
credit or "Pay-as-You-Ride" plan. I will find you half of the money. No trouble or delay. Deliveries NOW
Come in and talk it over, phone or write me.
E. E. CAMIOtt, MstFlfoutof
AT THE STAR OFFICE
ture" of Stone mountain made of
scraps from Stone mountain; a fan
used by a bride of 1863, a hair orna
ment worn by an African belle and
pieces of rare old lace.
In the booth for inventions to lessen
household labor, arranged for by the
household economics committee of the
Woman's Club are several ingenious
articles, among which are a fireless
cooker, home-made and a scrubbing
chair, the later very low, on castors
with brushes hanging to the side and
a tin shelf under the seat for soap.
m m m
A Star reporter met a most un
usual and very interesting group of
persons on the street this morning,
watching the industrial parade. In
this group were four generations
commencing with Master Louis Na Na-Nathaniel
Nathaniel Na-Nathaniel Dosh, his mother, Mrs. R.
N. Dosh, his grandmother, Mrs. Annie
M. Perry and his great-grandmother,
Mrs. Annie E. Condon.
Mr. -T. J. Haines, of Clearwater, is
a fair visitor.
Rev. F. R. Bridges is home from
Tarpon Springs, where he occupied
the pulpit of the Methodist church at
both services last Sunday.
Mr. Wallace Stovall arrived this
afternoon from Tampa to spend
Thanksgiving with his mother, Mrs.
Mamie Howse Stovall.
Mrs. Robert Caruthers, of Antho Anthony,
ny, Anthony, and her house guest, Miss Cheta
Kendrick of Tampa will spend
Thanksgiving day in the city the
guests of Mrs. Frances Howse.
(Continued on Last Page)
Magnolia Meat Market'!
OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE
f. sin wh m
340 North Magnolia Street
xT in crrnvn st
Established Three Years.
CHOICE OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY
BEST FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH
X Florida and Western Meats
PROMPT FREE DELIVERY
Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables
WOKTH. EAST or
AT LA In TS
See That Your Ticket Reads
STANDARD ILULTIOAD OF TOE SOUTH
. R. WILLIAMS, J. G. KIRKLAND,
Ticket Agent, Ocala. Fla. D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
Advertise in the Star.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23, 1915
m soi us ;
(Continued from Third Page)
TTr fv rr rr w i
Fresh Rape seed just received at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
Sheriff Galloway has returned from
a hunt near M053 Bluff. He killed a
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. 20-3t
Genial Allie Angle, candidate for
controller, is amone the interested
visitors at the fair.
Hot drinks of all kinds -clam and
tomato bouillon and chocolate, at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-6t
Governor Trammell will remain
with us till tomorrow, when he wil
go to Lakeland, before returning to
Tallahassee. The governor says he
Hurry, hurry if you want Coca
Cola in bottles free. If any two of
the boys in the Ocala Gas Engine
Works will take this notice to the
Banner Lunch Room, N. Main street.
they will be treated to Coca-Cola at
the expense of the Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works. It
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Buildinur, Ocala,
Dr. A. L. Beck arrived today from
Fort Lauderdale for a visit of a week
to relatives and friends. Until las
summer Ocala was Dr. Beck's home
and he is being kept busy receiving a
cordial welcome from his host o
Mr. Earl Brown, president of the
Florida Poultry Association, has ar
rived from DeLand to spend the re
mainder of the week in town attend
, ing the Marion County Fair.
Butter Nut Bread has the right taste
None of it ever goes to waste.
It is so pure, wholesome and good;
For health it's the very best food,
tf Carter's Bakery.
The many Ocala friends of Mr
Fred R. Kaiser will rejoice with him
in the arrival at his home in Hastings
last Friday .of a big boy.
His many friends and former
neighbors are glad to see Mr. Percy
Bilhngsley with them this week. He
is here demonstrating the Dodg
The pretty Woman's Club float in
the industrial parade this morning
represented what many consider the
most active organization in the city
and in its make up the Woman's Club
was well represented. The club flow
er, poincettia, was used exclusively
and hundreds of the blossoms were
arrayed effectively, covering complete
the body of the float. Little Miss
Margaret Hocker, second daughter of
Mrs. William Hocker, the first presi
dent of the club, dressed as a poin
cettia, drove the pair of iron gray
horses. Of the fourteen departments,
eleven were represented: Mae Dozier
Haile stood for the art committee;
Charlotte Chazal for animal; Marion
Hunter as a municipal Christmas tree
for civics; Miss Ellen Clarkson, in cap
and gown, for culture; Virginia Bur
ford for education; Carolyn Peyser in
Indian costume and standing by an
oak tree represented the forestry com
mittee; Cornelia Dozier, dressed as a
trained nurse, health; Maud Gary as
a little Dutch cleaner with wooden
shoes, household economics: Elizabeth
Murray, as a lady of fashion, social;
Marion Meff ert as the angel of mercy.
social service, and Frances Mclver, i
spirit of music," the music depart
ment. The arrangement of the float
was in charge of Mrs. B. T. Perdue.
Mrs. Sydney Haile and daughter,
and Mrs. F. H. Rogers leave tomor
row for Kanapaha, near Gainesville,
to snend Thanksgiving at the old
Mrs. Mabry Sumner, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Charles Goddard
since Saturday returned to her home
in Tampa today.
Miss Mae Burts, an attractive
young lady of Plant City, will arrive
tomorrow to visit Mrs. E. G. Peek.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Clark Jr. mo motored
tored motored down from Gainesville this
morning to be present at the forma'
opening of the Marion County Fair.
Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Ponder of Or Orlando
lando Orlando and Mrs. O. N. Geise of Tampa
are in the city, guests of Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Ponder.
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Peek have as
their guest the former's mother, Mrs
Lucy Felton of Oldtown, who arrived
today. : ; s'
We heard only words of commen
dation of the excellent and bountifu
dinner served at the fair today by
Mrs. Rentz and Mrs. Martin with
their assistants and a corps of pretty
I girls who served. Governor Tram
mell was the guest of honor.
HOW TO PREVENT CROUP
By Being Constantly Supplied Witb
McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, of
this place, "with sick headache, and
Ten years ago a friend told me to try
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now, and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and it
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell of sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since we commenced
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu regulate
late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re relieve
lieve relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and similai
It has been in constant use for more
than ?0 years, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your druggist sells and recommends
Black-Draught. Price only 25c Get a
Package to-day. N.CI23
SOME OF THE THINGS VE MAKE
0 3xon Metal Shingles.
Jaxon Metal Cetiln.
Bare Trough and Gutters.
Conductor Pipe Flttlng-a.
Sheet Metal Roofing.
Metal "Brick" Siding.
Metal "Stone" Siding.
Acme Nestable Culreirta.
Imperial Biveted CulTert.
Turpentine Stills and Cups.
Sheet Metal Cornices.
Sheet Metal Skylights.
Dredge Pipe nd Fittings.
General Sheet Metal Workers.
Ask your dealer or write ns for eata-
Its FLORIDA METALPRODUCTS CO.
q 8650 Evergreen Are,
, -JACKSONVILLE, FLA,
WHEN IN NEED OF
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
x r? fer
It may be a surprise to ; you to
learn that in many cases croup can be
prevented. Mrs. H. M. Johns, iaida
Ohio, relates her experience as f ol
lows: "My little boy is subject to
croup. During the past winter I kept
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in the house, and when he be
gan having that croupy cougn
would give mm one or two doses o:
it and it would break the attack.
life it better for children than any
other cough medicine because chil
dren take it willingly, and it is safe
and reliable." Obtainable every
Mr. W. R. Bryant of Belleview was
among the Star's pleasant- Monday
callers. He arranged for the weekly
visits of Marion county's favorite-
newspaper for one year, and wishes
us success in our; efforts to put the
saloons out of business in the section.
THE NEXT BEST THING TO THE
PINE FOREST FOR COLDS IS
Dr. Bell's Pine-Honey-Tar which goes
to the very foot of cold troubles. It
clears the throat and gives relief
from that clogged and stuffed feeling.
The pines have ever been the friend
of man in driving away colds. More Moreover,
over, Moreover, the pine-honey qualities are pe
culiarly effective in fighting chil
dren's colds. Remember that a cold
broken at the start greatly removes
the possibility of complications. 25
cents. No. 1.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
HEALTH AND HAPPINESS
DEPEND UPON YOUR LITER
That sluggish liver with its slug sluggish
gish sluggish flow of bils is what makes the
world look so dark at times. Dr.
King's New Life Pills go straight to
the root of the difficulty by waking up
the action of the liver and increasing
bile. Dr. King's New Life Pills cause
the bowels to act more freely and
drive away those "moody days." 25c.
a bottle. No. 1.
of Ueirfsr lot ere
The arrival of a baby in the household
completely changes the entire aspect of
the future But In the
meantime, daring the
anxious period of ex expectancy,
pectancy, expectancy, there Is a
jplendid remedy known
as 'Mother's Friend"
that does wonders. II
Is for external use, re relieves
lieves relieves the pains of
soothes and quiets the
nerves, extends its in influence
fluence influence to the Internal
organs and removes to
a great extent the ten
dency to worry and ap apprehension.
prehension. apprehension. It Is a natural treatment, safe
for the mother, has no drug effect whatso whatsoever
ever whatsoever and for this reason must exert a most
beneficial influence upon those functions di directly
rectly directly connected with motherhood. In a
very interesting book the subject Is freely
discussed and a copy will be mailed free to
all expectant mothers by Bradfleld Regulator
Co., 408 Lamar Bdg Atlanta, Ga. Get a
bottle of "Mother's Friend" today of any
druggist. Use as directed and yon will then
know why mothers for nearly half a century
have used and recommended this splendid aid
to motherhood. Their letters ore messages
Cf cher..taat breathe, comfort ia rerz EortiU
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 family 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 OHn
this special price of 2 tins for vu
EVERY GROCERY STORE
: But we don't suppose there are any
two stores any where that are identi identical
cal identical in QUALITY, VALUE and in
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.
Carolina Brand Early June Peas,
this is another real bargain. It isn't
the smallest pea in the world, but it
is a good one. During the dates Of:
of sale, 3 No. 2 tins for ... -Jb
Here are our CASH Specials for FAIR WEEK. Come in 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, 22nd to SATURDAY, 27th inclusive
Fancy Green, a
good one, lb
You can't beat the price for less
than 15c to 20c per pound
Large Packages Krinkle
Corn Flakes at gp
per package . .
This is the same Corn Flakes as
ihe old time Post Toasties, which
formerly cost you 10c. Get a
package while they last. They
ire fresh and crisp, having just
arrived from Battle Creek.
TLAN your THANKSGIVING DINNER early. x 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 CheeseSage 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 Caviar and a hundred and one good things to eat which
are too numerous to mention here.
LOG GABIM SYRUP
Log Cabin Maple and Cane Syrui,
Pint Tins 25c, sellers AH
Quart tins, 45c, sellers
-Gal Tins 75c, sellers (2Q
1 .Gallon Tins $1.40, djl OA
sellers for. ....... vitU
i9 Mlatole I
30c Oxford Fruit OTp
Cake, each.-., fc.w
75c Oxford Fruit OQn
Cake, each..- 001
VWllii uaUlI9 per lb
Nice Cuts 4 M
ffingan's S K 14c
Full Cream Cheese Eebr 22e
Van Camp's Tomato Cats'ap, a 15
ounce Bottles at
for. i i v
A good Catsup and a large bottle.
Mi litter Pound int
Van Camp's Evaporated
Milk, tall, per Qjlp
dozen ... Uw
Van Camp's Evaporated
Milk, baby, per 5g
No. iy2 tins, 3 tins2gQ
No. 5 tins,
No. 10 tins
ROYAL SCARLET CANNED GOODS, ALL NE W PAS
Royal Scarlet Table Peaches
Roya 1 Scarlet Table Peaches T O H C
per dozen tins---
The cheapest price we have had in
the history of this store 35c for years
Royal Scarlet Apricots, at per g q
RoVal Scarlet Cherries at per J q
Royal Scarlet Sliced, Grated and
Ready-to-Serve Pineapple 1 "7p
nt npr tin ... I w
Royal Scarlet Blackberries at
per tin -. .
Royal Scarlet Blueberries at O O p
per tin.. .... LLm
Royal Scarlet Lima Beans, No. 1 0
l's, at per tin XL
Royal Scarlet Strawberries at
per tin -.
Royal Scarlet Red Raspberries
at per tin
Royal Scarlet Lima Beans, No.
2's, at per tin ..
Royal Scarlet Aspatagus tips
Royal Scarlet, Baked Beans, per
tin . . ..
Royal Scarlet Succotash No. 2
Royal Scarlet Corn, No. 2's per
tin . ...... . . . w. ...........
Royal Scarlet Corn No. l's per
Royal Scarlet Tiny Peas, No. 2's per
Royal Scarlet Tiny Peas, No. l's per
tin . .
Royal Scarlet Early Sweet Peas per
SOAP and WA
4c 7 !"r 25c
Grandma's Washing Powder, per
package A 7 for
Export Soap per. cake only
4c 7for 25c
Lenox Soap per cake only
-:; 4c 7 cakes for
Hammer Soap, 3 cakes for
12 cakes q
3 dozen Clothes Pins C
; IPB. IVI ATE
12 Pound Bags, for
Fancy PRUNES, 40-50
to the lb., 2 lbs for....
9-Oz. wrapped pack packages
ages packages of Gold, Yellow, Cre Creole
ole Creole Fruit, Rakin, Spanish
arid Mephisto, for
When you go to the FAIR don't fail to visit our BOOTH. We will be there to entertain
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. :v -'j-v ''
When you get tired and
worn out, go to our BOOTH
and get cup of Good Old
CHASE & SANBORN SEAL
BRAND COFFEE, it will cost
you nothing, and you will be
under no obligation to us.
When you are in
visit our store and see
you do not agree with us
that we have the prettiest
GROCERY STORE in Middle
A WONDERFUL ANTISEPTIC
Germs and infection aggravate ail ailments
ments ailments and retard healing. Stop that
infection at once. Kill the grms and
get rid of the poisons. For this pur purpose
pose purpose a single application of Sloan's
Liniment not only kills the pain but
destroys the grms. Thi3 neutralizes
infection and gives nature assistance
by overcoming congestion and gives
a chance for the free and normal flow
of the blood. Sloan's Liniment is an
emergency doctor and should be kept
constantly on hand. 25c., 50c. The $1
size contains six times as much as the
25c. No. 1.
SEE THE I- ARM on the biiver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
TIRES AND TUBES VULCANIZED
I)o 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
EVERY HOME NEEDS A FAITH FAITHFUL
FUL FAITHFUL COUGH AND COLD RRfEDY
When seasonschange and colds ap appear
pear appear when you first detect a cold af after
ter after sitting next to one who has sneez sneezed,
ed, sneezed, then it is that a tried and tested
remedy should be faithfully used. "I
never wrote a testimonial before, but
t know positively that for myself and
family, Dr. King's New Discovery is
the best cought remedy we ever used
and we have tried them all." 50c. and
$L No. 1.
The Citra list (precinct 16) in the
list of names stricken from the regis registration
tration registration list was published under, the
head of "Precinct 15," when the list
was published last week. The error
arose from there being no names
stricken in Precinct 15, that number
being put over the Citra list of
names stricken instead of being
shown blank. Hence we republish the
list of names stricken in Citra pre precinct,
cinct, precinct, as follows:
Precinct No. 16
W. C. Butler.,
W. H. Cason, Barney Cheshire, W.
E. Chesire, J. E. Cochran.
T. a Ellis.
E. L. Falkenberg.
T. M. Hardee, W. H. Harrison, W.
J. M. Landolt, W. C. Lockhart.
A. L. Marsh, J. S. McAllister.
W. J. Nease.
J. L. Perry.
J. L. Snooner, J. W. Spooner.
II. C. Weaver.
Fresh "seeds of all
Octla Seed Store.
kmdii at tba
DISTRESS IN THE STOMACH
There are many people who have a
distress in the stomach after meals.
It is due to indigestion and easily
remedied by taking one of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's ... Tablets after meals. Mrs.
Henry Padghan, Victor, N. Y.,
writes: "For some time I was trou troubled
bled troubled with headache and distress in my
stomach after eating, also with con constipation.
stipation. constipation. About six months ago I
began taking Chamberlain's Tablets.
They regulated the action of my
bowels and the headache and other
annoyances ceased in a short time."
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
The best hot chocolate you ever
tasted is now being served at the
Court Fharmaey. Try a cup and be
Don't shiver in the cold: Buy a
stove f com the Marion Hardware Co.
and keep warm. 11-16
1915 state and county
are now open.
2 per cent discount for November
payments and one vc-r cent discount
for December payments.
, Be sure and bring or send a correct
descnption of your property when'
you inquire about your- taxes and
when you pay them, thu3 red'idn
the possibilit yof an error to t1
, W. L. Colbert,
i1"1"113 : Tax CcLl-ctcr.
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