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VOL. 21. OCALA, FLORIDA, WE I)N ES DAY, NOVEMBER 21, 1915 NO. 279
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THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
I-'IGIITLVG TODAY GOING
THEIR FAVOR OX ALL
(Assoc .tel Press)
London, Nov. 24--Contradictory
claims of victory leave the Balkan
situation in doubt though it is evident
the advance of the invaders of Ser Serbia
bia Serbia irn't as rapid as earlier reports in indicated.
dicated. indicated. Apparently heavy fighting
is under way in the section where
Lr.lgarians and Germans are trying
t"j form a junction. The fate of Mon Monastic
astic Monastic is in the balance. Athens re reports
ports reports state the Bulgarians are wait waiting
ing waiting for the Germans to occupy the
city. In the entente capitals renewed
confidence is professed that Greece is
moving toward a complete agreement
with allied wishes.
ARMIES GATHER AT ODESSA
Berlin revives the report that Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, contemplating a great Balkan
campaign, has gathered a large army
at Odessa. The Germans are circu circu-alting
alting circu-alting this report but do not seem cer certain
tain certain Rumania will refuse to allow this
army to cross her territory.
STRUGGLE ALONG THE STYE
Ptrograd reports a slight advance
along the Styr river, with the Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians and Germans checked sharply
on both the northern and southern
ends of the eastern line. Vienna, on
the other hand, reports there is noth nothing
ing nothing worthy of mention there. Never Nevertheless,
theless, Nevertheless, there is apprehension in Vien Vienna
na Vienna and Berlin of the result of an ex ex-pectde
pectde ex-pectde Russian offensive in the ex extreme
treme extreme southeast. ; -
city is Shattered
Italy looks for the fall of Gorizia
immediately. Reports say that artil artillery
lery artillery of both sides dominate Gorizia,
making it no man's land.
SERBIAN CITIES TAKEN
Berlin, Nov. 24. The war office an announces
nounces announces the capture of Mitrovitsa and
GAINING GROUND AT GORIZIA
Rome, Nov. 24. Further Italian
advances in-the attack on Gorizia are
announced. ?,The crest of Calvario
heights, west "of Gorizia, was reached
and is maintained. Positions recently
wonth northeast of the city have been
STRONG TALK FROM SKOULOU SKOULOU-DIS
DIS SKOULOU-DIS Paris, Nov. 24The Petit Parisien
quotes Premier Skouloudis of Greece
as saying if the allied troops retreat
into Greecethey may be disarmed, al although
though although the'Greek government hasn't
committed itself on this point.
MR. McIVER'S ACCEPTANCE
To the' Voters of Ocala:
. By your strong petition for me to
make the race for councilman at
large for the city of Ocala, I will ac accept
cept accept the nomination and ask that my
name be put on the regular ballot,
and if elected I will promise to do alf
I can for the benefit of the taxpayers
of Ocala. Thanking you one and all,
I ask for your support at the polls
on the 8th day of December.
D. E. Mclver.
SHOOT THE JUICE INTO SCHMIDT
Albany, N. Y., Nov. 24. The week
beginning January 10th has been set
for the electrocution of Hans Schmidt,
convicted slayer of Anna Aumuller,
in New York city in 1913.
The following reports of tempera
ture and rainfall are made to the Star
y the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
Max. Min. Rain
November 1 79 55 Y.
- November 2 ..... ...79 57
November 3 ....... .78 54
November 4 ..76 56
November 5 ....... .78 52
November 6 77 51
November 7 ........80 72
" November 8 ..... . .79. ; 59
November 9 ........81 57
November 10 81 57 ..
November 11 .......85 58
November 12 ...... .82 63
November 13 .......80 59
November 14 79 66 .
November 15 78 59
November 16 71 55 .17
November 17 .......72 57 .40
November 18 .75 62 1.20
November 19 .......67 -58
November 20 .......65 46 .
November 21 . .71 38
November 22 ... 73 39
November 23 ....... 74 50
Fair tonight and Thursday, wanner
northwest portion tonight.
AMERICAN NEUTRALITY IS NOT
RESPECTED BY TEUTONS
Washington, Nov. 24. The watch
fulness of guards about the principal
government buildings has been order ordered
ed ordered redoubled. Guards have been sta stationed
tioned stationed at strategic positions about all
entrances to the state, war and navy
buildings under orders to question
and, if necessary, search anyone they
are uncertain about. Anyone carry carrying
ing carrying a package is to be questioned.
Hundreds of tourists go through these
ETITIONS OF CANDIDATES FOR
ENSUING CITY ELECTIONS
RECORDED BY THE
An adjourned meeting of the city
council was held last evening,- with
all members present except Alder
men Smith and Roess.
Levi Irvin appeared and asked that
his, name be restored to the registra registration
tion registration list, which was granted. V
A communication was read from
Supt. T. W. Parsons of the Seaboard
railway, stating that he was pleased
to furnish a flagman for the West
Broadway crossing during the fair.
The clerk was instructed to write Mr.
Parsons, thanking him for his "cour
teous and prompt response to the
city's request in this matter.
A communication from Mr. E. J.
Crook, secretary of the bond trustees
was read and filed. It stated that he
had deposited the bonds with the
Commercial Bank on the 13th of this
month, with draft for $55,000 and in
terest from August 1st to date of
payment against the purchasers, and
that immediately upon receipt of the
money he would notify the council.
A communication from Messrs.
Twombley & Henney regarding the
settlement of balance due on sewer
age work, which had been referred to
the finance committee, was deferred
until next regular meeting for action.
Petitions, were filed for city officers
at the- coming election, and the fol-
owing names were ordered printed on
the official ballots: For mayor, H. M.
Hampton and J. D. Robertson; for
alderman at : large, C. M. Livingston
and D. E. Mclver; for alderman first
ward, W. A. Knight and J. H. Spen Spencer;
cer; Spencer; for alderman second ward, J. M.
Meffert; for alderman third ward, R.
T. Adams and, H. M. Weathers; for
alderman, fourth ward, E. E. Dobbs
and G. A. Nash.
An ordinance introduced some time
ago, and favorably reported upon by
tne committee to which it was re
ferred, allowing the Atlantic Coast
Line railroad to use the sidetrack on
Osceola street between Fort King
avenue and South Second street for
loading and unloading purposes for a
reasonable time, was passed.
On motion the clerk was instructed
to notify the city engineers, the J. Bv
McCrary Co., not to allow any sew
erage pipes laid except while an in inspector
spector inspector is personally present with the
gang laying them.
Chairman J. T. Moore of the cem
etery committee, was instructed to
have Evergreen cemetery worked
over and properly cleaned up, the
work to consume not over two weeks
cf a man's time.
The street committee was instruct
ed to have the refuse earth from
other streets in the city placed on
May street when it was necessary to
remove it. i v
There being no further business
council adjourned ; to next regular
meeting date in December. ;
Mr. Garrett Murphy, president of
the Bradentown Banking and Trust
Company, is in the city for a few days
attending our county fair. Mr. Mur-
phy is an extensive cattle grower in
South Florida, and while here is look
ing over some of ur thoroughbred
StOCk. : w ."
"Judge F. J.. Titcomb, of Dunnellon,
is among the fair jyisiicrs in the city.
Many of the judge's friends urge him
to run for thei legislature next year.
FOR RENT Two desirably located
residences on Oklawaha avenue, re recently
cently recently occupied by P. V. Leavengaod
and J. E. Johnson. The former one
has been thoroughly repapered and
repaired. Both in splendid condition.
Apply to Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocklawa Ocklawa-ha
ha Ocklawa-ha avenue. 24-6t.
Mr. and Mrs. Percy Logan were au au-tomobilists
tomobilists au-tomobilists spending last night at the
Colonial en route to their home in
Bartow from Indiana.
STORY TOLD OF HOW AMERICAN
SUPPLIES WERE SENT TO
New York, Nov. 24. How a Hamburg-American
liner reached German
warships during August and Septem September,
ber, September, 1914, with coal and provisions,
was told at the trial of three of the
Hamburg-American Line's employees,
charged with conspiracy, by Captain
Falkenberg of the American steamer
Berwind. The Berwind sailed form
New York for Buenos Ayres, August
5th. Joseph Poppinghaus, one of the
defendants, was supercargo on the
Berwind and in charge. He ordered
the Berwind's captain to keep inside
of the three-mile limit to avoid Brit British
ish British cruisers. Later he ordered the
vessel's course changed and sail made
toward Cape Roque. There the cap captain
tain captain was told to steam back and forth
as he might meet German ships. A
German fleet of five ships was sighted
CAUGHT WITH THE GOODS ON
New York, Nov. 24. The Berwind's
captain told how he was discharging
cargo to the German auxiliary cruiser
Cap Trafalgar with the Pontas stand standing
ing standing by, when the British-cruiser Car Car-mania
mania Car-mania and another boat approached.
The Berwind escaped while the Ger German
man German ships gave battle.
After several witnesses testified to
selling supplies, the defense offered
the concession that the Hamburg Hamburg-American
American Hamburg-American Line paid $1,410,394 for
chartering, coaling' and supplying
twelve vessels for relief of German
cruisers. s --'
EVENING STAR WILL
GO TO PRESS EARLY
Tomorrow being Thanksgiving, the
Evening Star will go to press at
noon. All dispatches that arrive aft after
er after 12 o'clock will be bulletined in the
east window of the business office.
CANDIDATES FOR TEE
Railroad Commissioner Royal C.
Dunn, candidate for re-election, and
State Senator Wells, who wants his
job, are both welcome visitors to our
O. K. WILL CLOSE THURSDAY
The O. K. Teapot Grocery store will
be closed all day Thursday (Thanks (Thanksgiving
giving (Thanksgiving day) to give the employees a
chance to observe the day and visit
the fair. Keep this in mind and do
your trading this afternoon and eve evening..
ning.. evening.. .- "' ; .;
THANKSGIVING SERVICE AT
GRACE EPISCOPAL CHURCH
10 o'clock a. m., morning prayer
and holy communion.
Col. W. C. Leigh of Crystal River,
is visiting his children, Mr and Mrs.
S. E. Leigh, on Wenona street, and
incidentally taking in the attractions
of the fair. Colonel Leigh candidly
acknowledges that of the three incen incentives,
tives, incentives, children, county fair and Champ
Clark, the latter-is the strongest, and
really brought him to Ocala. The col colonel
onel colonel is receiving flattering requests
from his friends to become a candi candidate
date candidate for the legislature from his coun county.
ty. county. Mr. W. C. White of Moss Bluff, his
sister, Mrs. Blount and her daughter
were in town yesterday. Mr. White
gives an encouraging report of the
big work of engineering which Capt.
Young of the Oklawaha farms is
pushing, and by which another 5000
acres of good land is to be added to
Two of the force from the Ocala
freight office of the -Atlantic Coast
Line railroad will be treated to Coca-
Cola in bottles at the expense of the
1 0cala Coca-Cola Bottling Works, if
they will show this notice and ask for
the drink that refreshes and invig
orates at the Merchants' Cafe. It
Mr. Minnick and his family and Mr.
Tomlinson of Fruitland Park and Dr.
W. R. Burns and wife of Umatilla, all
of whom bought new Maxwell cars
from R. R. Carroll, the local agent,
some time ago, were in town today in
their cars to attend the fair. They
are delighted with their Maxwells,
which have never given them a par particle
ticle particle of trouble. Dr. Burns comes and
goes through the big scrub, the "hor
ror" of the automobile driver of this
Dodge Brothers Motor Car' will be
exhibited at the f air, grounds this
week in charge of Mr. P. L. Billings Billings-ley,
ley, Billings-ley, whom you all know. 22-3t
A BRIGHT MORING BROUGHT
MORE EXHIBITS AND A
The second day of the fair dawned
under a blanket of fog, but this soon
cleared and' by eight o'clock the sun
was shining brightly. As soon as the
gates opened, more exhibits came in
and people began to arrive in hun hundreds.
dreds. hundreds. ONE GREAT DISAPPOINTMENT
There was a great disappointment
to the people this morning when the
Star bulletined the disagreeable news
that owing to delays Champ Clark,
speaker cf the national house of rep
resentatives, would not arrive in time
to speak to the people. This caused
great regret as all wanted to see and
hear this great man, but as many as
the Temple theater will hold will
have a chance to see and hear him j
A telephone message from Gerig's j
annex at the fair grounds at 11 sc. m. I
said that autoes were arriving from
all over the county, that a substantial
addition to the exhibits had been!
made, and that the fair grounds wera
lively with people, all of whom seem seemed
ed seemed to be having a good time. j
The following list of exhibits is
continued from yesterday:
. Some of -the finest specimens of
home-made vinegar to be imagined are
displayed in quart bottles; they are
made of cane and other Marion county
products and the flavor cannot be sur surpassed
passed surpassed by any. ;
Pecans, black walnuts, soap berries
and other nuts on display show what
can be produced in this line.
A display of crushed flint for road
purposes is exhibited by the A. T.
Thomas Co. It varies from the fine
sand to rocks the size of an egg. This
is a part of the Marion county pro product
duct product that has made us headquarters
in the state for building materials,
such as sand, rock, lime, etc.
Shady community has a pretty dis display
play display of field and garden products,
such as okra, sweet potatoes, turnips,
cane, corn, tobacco, peppers, pump
kins, peanuts and various kinds of
baled hay. As a community exhibit
this seems to be the best, though sev several
eral several individual exhibits are larger.
The Meffert farm at Lowell has a
large exhibit of the various products
made there, of which we shall have
more to say later.
There is an exhibit of a new variety
of vegetable, the choyote, which is
shown canned, pickled,' preserved,
boiled and. lastly made up in a pie.
It seems, to be available for preserv preserving
ing preserving in almost any shape. No name
appears on the exhibit and we did not
learn who made it.
In the north annex of the agricul agricultural
tural agricultural building is the exhibit of the
corn club, both men's and" boys'. Thi3
department up to ten o'clock had over
150 entries, over half of which was
from the corn club boys. Each en
try consists of ten ears, instead of a
large quantity as heretofore, making
it very much, more convenient for the
judges in their work of awarding pre
miums and a great deal Jess trouble
and expense in getting the display
to the grounds. The display will con convince
vince convince the most skeptical of our abili
ty to take care of ourselves in this
line under any circumstances.
The north portion of the annex is
devoted to the floral exhibits of which
there are quite a number of entries.
The poultry exhibit was not nearly
all arranged yesterday, tho Mr. Ed.
Bennett and his assistants were busy
as bees unpacking the thoroughbreds
from their shipping crates and get getting
ting getting them arranged in the proper
booths. There had at that time been
over sixty entries, which Mr. Bennett
figured meant something over six
hundred fowls. Besides every breed
and variety of domestic fowls, there
are in this department a number of
pets, such as peacocks, guinea pigs,
dogs, Maltese cats, etc.
The industrial building is occupied
by the following exhibitors: H. B.
Masters Department Store, Cheek Cheek-Neal
Neal Cheek-Neal Coffee Company, Florida Citrus
Exchange, Davies "The Tire Man".
Ocala Iron Works, O. K. Grocery,
Florida Soft Phosphate and Lime Co.,
and the Reo Auto Agency. All the
booths are nicely, decorated and so
arranged as to bring out the partic
ular products for which they stand,
and each is in charge of attendants to
explain their merits.
West of the industrial building is a
large display of agricultural imple
ments from the Knight & Lang es
The Marion Hardware Company's
exhibit consisting of a big line of the
International Harvester Company's
farm implements, gasoline engines.
etc., is also located between the in industrial
dustrial industrial and the agricultural build
ings. Mr. D. N. Mathews, who has
charge of the display has taken ad advantage
vantage advantage of the opportunity to show
; his line of stock feeds, which has be
come such a favorite with the farm farmers
ers farmers of this section of the state, tho
it has not long been on the market.
Mclver & MacKay occupy the
building which they constructed the
first year of the fair just west of the
office building. Here they have a
complete display of household goods
to fit up the home, and also wagons,
buggies, paints, hardware, etc. Mr.
Shurtlette, manager of their paint de department
partment department had charge of the decora decoration
tion decoration and arrangements.
The colored people's building, as
usual, is one of the most interesting
places on the grounds, with its dis display
play display of the products of the farm, field,
garden, home and factory.
Fessenden Academy is very much
in evidence with it3 display of handi handiwork
work handiwork of its pupils, such as cabinet
work, fancy needle work, baskets of
native fibers, the products of its cul culinary
inary culinary department, etc.
The Ocala Knitting & Manufactur Manufacturing
ing Manufacturing company has an excellent display
of its products here, including the
cotton in its raw state, showing its
every step from the field to the finish
ed product as it it turned out in the
shape of underwear, for which this
institution has already made for it
self a name in the commercial world,
. The colored people also have a
splendid agricultural display, as well
as very creditable showings in pre preserved
served preserved fruits, jellies, jams, pickles,
syrups, etc. :
The Martel colored school primary
department has a very creditable dis
play of work in needle work, which
attracts a' great deal of attention.
The stock pens pre full to over overflowing
flowing overflowing with the finest horses, mules,
cows and hogs that have ever been
assembled at our county fairs, and
the management will feel proud of
the showing they have made in this
The hungry and thirsty public is
being served on Ihe grounds by the
Ladies' Aid Society restaurant, the
W. C. T. U. restaurant, the Rexall
Drug Store, the Coca-Cola company,
the Chero-Cola company and Messrs.
E. G. Rivers and Ernest Spencer also
have a cool drink and cigar and fruit
stand at the entrance to the grand
stand, where they invite their friends
to come when they : are thirsty or
want a good smoke.
The Johnny Jones Shows are all in
The Converse mill has very kindly
furnished the rest room with a num
ber of comfortable seats and several
cribs for the babies.
The Board of Trade occupies a
space in the rest room where an at attendant
tendant attendant is ready to give information
and distribute the various booklets
issued by that organization.
FINE ARRAY OF FLOATS
The Star was not able to do half
justice to the floats in the industrial
parade yesterday; there was no time
to do anything like give a description
of this splendid feature. If it is re repeated
peated repeated next year, the floats should be
preserved until the day of greatest
attendance and then taken around 4;he
race track so all may see them.
We have already spoken of the
Wildcats (afraid not to) and H. A.
Waterman's brick city auto. All the
floats were excellent, but we are par
ticularly moved to refer to J. M. Fen Fen-nell's
nell's Fen-nell's big farm wagon loaded with
Marion products, to the Florida Lime
Co's. float, to that of the Western
l3nion,with Charlie Sage working as
tho he liked it, to the Chazal & Sons
gristmill display, to the artistically
decorated wagon of Carter's Bakery,
and the well gotten up float of Gerig's
drugstore, to big Louis Lang driving
wagon full of farm implements and
drawn by a mule, to Frank Ditto's
float which proved some of the good
things that grow on Marion real es
tate, to the big block of ice with
flowers frozen in it, displayed by the
Ocala Ice" & Packing Co., to H. B.
Masters' float and genuine plowboy
and his plow and, in fact, if wre had
anything but our mind's eye to re
produce them in we could easily write
a page about them. Every circus pa parade
rade parade needs a clown, and it was fur furnished
nished furnished in this by "Why Pay More"
pushing a, trunk on a wheelbarrow.
The car of the Haycraft Millinery
was a dream in white, green and
pink, representing an evenly woven
basket for the body, while overhead
was suspended a huge hat, beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully trimmed with flowers. Occupying
the car, besides the chauffeur, were
Miss Ethel Haycraft, Mrs. L. W. Pon Ponder
der Ponder and little Sarah Johnson, dressed
in colonial style, with their hair pow
dered in the fashion of the days they
represented. It was the only car en entered
tered entered by a millinery establishment,
and was prety enough to represent
the whole profession in Ocala.
Among: the beautifully, decorated
trade exhibit cars in the industrial pa
,rade yesterday was that of Weihe the
jeweler. On the radiator was attach
' ed a large watch, while the "Y" which
has for years been a trade mark of
his store, adorned the windshield. Gay
buntings and masses of paper flowers
and tinsel adorned the car from end
to end. Mr. and Mrs. Weihe rode in
the car, the former driving while Mrs.
Weihe distributed valuable souvenirs
of the occasion to those watching the
parade from the ( sidewalks. These
presents consisted of pretty pin?;
brooches, chains and bracelts with
bangle attachments, and were eagerly
sought after by the bystanders.
The attendance at the fair grounds
is never large on the first day, but
that of yesterday was the largest of
any Tuesday for some years. j
A big crowd was at the grounds
last night, and all conceded that the
Johnny 'Jones shows were better than
ever. They surely know how to
amuse the people.
Everybody who went thru the In Industrial
dustrial Industrial Hall had to stop at the O. K.
Grocery's booth, where the pleasure
of drinking genuine coffee was added
to by Mrs. Harvey Clark, the charm charming
ing charming wife of the proprietor, who 'not
only poured the fragrant beverage but
gave a bright smile and a pleasant
greeting to all her friends and she
always makes a friend as soon as any anyone
one anyone sees her.
The new gate on the west side of
the grounds, letting cars go out on
the Blitchton road, is a great conven
ience for both town and country
The Ocala Star's exhibit attracts
considerable notice. Its a big hornet's
nest, hanging in the Agricultural
Hall, with the label, "And you needn't
think the hornets are all dead, because
they ain't." There is an affinity be between
tween between hornets and printers, because
hornets were the first paper makers.
Genial Perry G. Wall, a candidate
for United States senator, is at the
fair. Perry is a good mixer, and no nobody
body nobody can help liking him.
Mr, C. C. Rawls and family from
Montbrook, wrere in the city yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, visiting the fair.
Mr. George H. Upchurch, repre representing
senting representing the L. C. Smith Typewriter
Company of Jacksonville, is in the
city taking in the fair and incidentally
placing several new machines for his
Messrs. Ed. L. Wartmann, Henry G.
Dunn and A. C. White are represent representing
ing representing Citra in the city today at the big
Marion county fair.
Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Denham, of
Gainesville, are among the fair ground
throngs today. Both are well known
in Ocala and they aro. busy receiving
the welcome of Ocalains to the city.
Mr. J. W. Coulter the Blitchton
farmer and trucker, came in this
morning with his car loaded to the
"water level" with people for the fair.
Mr. O. S. Bogue of Oxford is a
visitor at the fair.
Mr. John S.: McFall of Tampa, a
former citizen of Marion, and yet
owning a big stock farm near the
Levy line, is a visitor to the fair.
Mr. T. A. Carroll, the veteran fer fertilizer
tilizer fertilizer salesman, is a pleased visitor
to the fair.
Of course we couldn't have a fair
without Norris Levis.
Every train in today brought a big
crowd of visitors to the fair.
A BIG ATTENDANCE
A telephone message from the fair
grounds at 2:30 said that a big crowd
was present, that the races were live lively
ly lively and there were at least 2000 people
in the grandstand.'
Gerig's Drug Stores will close to
morrow, as usual, at 1:15. p. m but
will open again at about 5 o'clock.
The decorative work in the windows
of the Ocala Pawnshop prove that Mr
Henry Herzenberg is not only an auc
tioneer of the first water, but also a
window dresser. The display shown
there is by all odds the most compre
hensive one ever put up in Ocala. To
attempt to enumerate the articles
that go to make up the display is be
yond us.. Take a look at it, tho, and
be sure to attend the auction sale3
that are now going on at the pawn pawnshop.
shop. pawnshop. They are going out of busi
ness and the opportunity to get goods
at your own offer will come in good
stead at this time, as the Christmas
gifts may be bought at greatly reduc
Mr. Hayes Lewis, of Jacksonville,
collector of customs-for the federal
government, is in the city shaking
hands with his friends. Senator Nat
Bryan wanted to take Hayes out to
the fair grounds, rent a tent and
charge admission to see the "Tallest
living man in captivity." Lewis said
he was game, but only he had to be
cashier. Mr. Lewis said he was. only
in Ocala once overnight before and
that was 20 years ago, and there was
quite a coincident attached to the two
nights as he had the same room in the
same hotel, each time.
Call and see the new electric globes
at the Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
LIKE TO KNOW WHAT WILL
HAPPEN IF THEIR TROOPS
HAVE TO CROSS THE
l Associated Press)
' Pris, Nov. 24. The Allies' min ministers
isters ministers at Athens called upon the
Greek government at noon Tuesday in
a body to discuss the question of
what action Greece would take should
allied troops be compelled to retrent
into Greece, says a Havas dispatch.
The message says the ministers stat stated
ed stated the step was entirely friendly.
RAILROAD OFFICES WILL CLOSE
The freight offices and warehouse
of the Seaboard, A. C. L. and Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Valley railroads will close at
noon tomorrow, on account of Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving holiday. ;
W. P. Huckaby,
Agent A. C. L.
C. A. Harris,
Agt. S. A. L. and Oklawaha Valley.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
The Board of Public Instruction
met in regular session Tuesday, Nov.
2, with G. S. Scott, chairman, B. E.
Blitch, member, present with Supt.
J. H. Brinson. secretary. J. S. Gran
tham, member, was absent.
W. B. Rawls, trustee for the Fel
lowship school, asked for a teacher's
desk, chair, heater and piping for
J. F. Parker, trustee Homeland
school, presented a bil for closet and
transporting children. The bill was:
filed to be paid. The matter of trans transportation
portation transportation was postponed for later ac action.
tion. action. ,:f -; .;
Miss Mays, principal and G. W.
Neville, trustee, of the Dunnellon
school, discussed the work and asked
for another teacher. Action was post postponed.
poned. postponed. IL R. Roddenberry inquired about
his account for opening a school road
being refused at last meeting. After
discussion no action was taken.
A patron of Hope school presented
the condition of their house and the
board agreed to .grant five sash and
material for. a flue, the people to do
thework of putting it in.
-v -i; ) Tuesday Afternoon
. The board met with all members
present, Mr. Grantham having arriv arrived.
ed. arrived. ..
The matter of transportation was
discussed with Mr. Parker and it was
agreed to pay him for two and 'one 'one-half,
half, 'one-half, months from district funds.
Later it was agreed if he would take
the wagon at $12 per month he would
be paid for past time and the balance
of the term.
Miss Mays and Mr. Neville appear appeared
ed appeared again. It was agreed that there
would be another teacher furnished if
it could be done inside the budget
made at the beginning of the school
Joe Williams and H. R. Rodden Roddenberry
berry Roddenberry of Homeland protested against
stopping the wagon in their district.
The board agreed to allow $12 per
month for the wagon from district
Minutes of meetings held on Oct.
5 and 6 read and approved.
The board agreed to furnish ten
new desks for the North Ocala pri primary
mary primary school. y
Mr. J. K. Christian, chairman cf
the board of trustees of Mcintosh,
asked in a letter that the decision of
the board in the matter of teachers
salaries be changed. The board de
clined the request and instructed the
secretary to write Mr. Christian at
length in the matter.
Communication r f rom Mr. W. D.
Young, trustee, and Mrs. E. F. Proc Proctor,
tor, Proctor, principal of the Buck Pond school,
oin regard to suspension of a pupil
for gross misconduct was presented.
Action was endorsed and papers filed,
Upon request Miss Effie Eawls was
appointed teacher of the Old Town
Superintendent reported awarding
the bill of lumber for the Old Town
school to the Lumber Manufacturing:
Co. cf Gainesville and receipt of the
bill for same.
Superintendent reported the re reopening
opening reopening of the Churchill school and
the appointment of Mr. Earle Gran Grantham
tham Grantham as teacher.
Communication from the attorney
general's office was presented in
which progress was reported on the
Citra bond issue.
Mr." J. B. George, trustee of the
Fantville school, reported by letter
that the house had been covered. His
request for new desks was granted.
Mr3. Carolyn Moorhead filed her
report as domestic demonstrator.
neport. oi coiorea rural mausi.x
teacher filed for information.
(Concluded on Second Page)
OCALA EVENING STAR
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- J. IL Benjamin, Editor
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SENATOR BRYAN IN OCALA
United States Senator N.. P. Bryan
is among the distinguished visitor at
the Marion County Fair. He came
over from Jacksonville on the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard Limited Tuesday, and has been
greeting his friends and looking at
Marion's great annual exhibition of
There was a rather interesting
gathering in the Harrington hotel of office
fice office Tuesday evening, when three
candidates for United States senator
were present, namely, Senator Bryan,
Governor Trammell and Mr. Perry G.
Wall. All were having a good time
and cordiality reigned supreme. It
was to be regretted that bluff and
jolly General Gilchrist wasn't also
As all our readers know, the Star
favors Senator Bryan's reelection to
the office he holds. The Star has for
this the same reason that caused it to
support Senator Fletcher. Mr. Bry Bryan
an Bryan is serving a term as senator; he
has made good and gained experience.
Its good democratic doctrine to give
a second term to any man who has
faithfully performed his duties in his
first one. It is also to the advantage
of the people, particularly in Con Congress,:
gress,: Congress,: to keep experienced men in of office.
fice. office. We have proof of this in the
lower house, where Sparkman and
Clark have far more influence than
the new men from other districts.
If any one of the three other, can candidates
didates candidates is nominated in next year's
primary, and serves out his term he
will be certain to ask for another, and
advance as an argument why it should
be- given him that he has made good
in the first one. And if the Star is
here it will be very likely to admit
the justice of the claim.
The Star does not think an inferior
or mediocre man should be given a
second, term in preference to a more
brilliant, or useful opponent. But
when we look at the four candidates
we do not see why any man should for
any other reason than personal
friendship prefer either of the other
candidates to Nathan P. Bryan. As
the Star has said, both Trammell and
Gilchrist have made good governors.
Neither lias made a better record in
to criticising each other. Now they
have become coadjutors and help each
other in the great work of building
up Central Florida. Which is much
better and more pleasant for all.
ATTEND CHAMP CLARK'S
LECTURE THIS EVENING
To be Served at the Fair Grounds by
Ocala Ladies, Tomorrow, Tranks Tranks-giving
giving Tranks-giving Day
office than Senator Bryan. Mr. Wall
i3 a good citizen and a good business
man. His Qualities as a statesman
remain to be shown.
The truth is that Senator Bryan's
merits in office are not as well known
as those of Messrs Trammell and
Gilchrist. : Of all the men we have
known in public life, Nat Bryan is the
most reticent and the least given to
advertising himself. ; In the live years
he has been in Washington, he has
made no move to draw the limelight
in his direction. He has no press
agent and never has himself inter interviewed.
viewed. interviewed. He went to the Senate to at attend
tend attend to a senator's duties, and it
hasn't occurred to him to do anything
So far as this paper is concerned,
it prefers that sort of a man for pub public
lic public office', and with all good will to the
other candidates it thinks the ? people
of Florida will serve their own inter interests
ests interests best by re-electing Senator Bry Bryan.
an. Bryan. 1
bowls and pitchers and one dozen
In the matter of designating certain
banks as depositories for proceeds of
bond sales, interest funds and sink sinking
ing sinking fund accounts is was agreed that
the chairman and secretary should be
authorized v to make necessary ar arrangements.
rangements. arrangements. Daily Schedules Adopted
The superintendent presented the
following resolution which wTas adopt adopted
ed adopted without objection:
Whereas, It has been observed in a
number of instances that irrpp-nlaT-
Butter hours are being taught in the schools;
therefore be it
Resolved, First, that a school day
shall consist of six hous of actual
school exercises exclusive of the .re .recesses
cesses .recesses unless there be expiess per permission
mission permission from this board obtained to
teach less time;
Second, that the following schedule
is endorsed unless there should be suf-
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION I ncient local reasons that would jus
tify a variation in the schedule, viz;
8:30, take in school; 10:30, dismiss
for 15-minute recess; 10:45, resume
Following were granted for the Old school; 12:00, noon; 1:00, take in
Town school: a chair, heater and pin- school; 2:30,. 15-mmute recess; 2:45,
ing, teacher's desk, blackboard and resume school; 4:00, dismiss for the
Third, that no
Roast Turkey Sliced
Rice with Giblet Gravy
Celery Mixed Sweet Pickles
Chicken Salad Fresh Lettuce
Home-Made Fruit Cake
Mince Pie Pumpkin Pie
' Oysters, Stewed or Fried
Hostesses: Mrs. R. A. Burford, Mrs,
L R. Pyles and Mrs. B. H. Seymour,
(Continued from First Page)
PROMISES THE CITY A PARK
Mr. Ed L. Wartmann of Citra, one
of the state's foremost thinkers and
busines men and a member for many
years "of the state board of control,
slapped a Star reporter on the back
at the fair: grounds' yesterday and
said, "Go to it, you are on the right
road in your efforts to have the city
build the trolley line to Silver Springs;
the people will back you up and vote
for the bonds." ":
Mr. Wartmann said the venture
would pay directly, in a financial way,
after it was well started,' and in a
direct way as a benefit to the city and
community it would pay 'many fold
and be one of the very best business
ventures the city, could possibly em embark
bark embark jri.
"I think enough of it," said Mr.
Wartmann, "to gladly give the city a
pretty park in my well-located and
attractive subdivision on Oklawaha
This subdivision, by the way, is one
of the most attractive spots in the
whole country and would ? make ah
ideal spot for a park; indeed, it' is
now a natural park. When such men
as Ed. Wartmann are backing the
Silver Springs trolley line it cannot
It should be a duty as well as a
pleasure for the people of Ocala to at
tend the lecture by Speaker Clark at
the Temple this evening. Owing to
missed connections, caused probably
by the uncertainty of his being called
here for two days last week, Mr.
Clark will not be able to arrive here
until "4:30 p. m., and consequently will
not deliver a speech at the fair
grounds as was hoped.
Its no use for us to take time and
space to praise Champ Clark. He is
more than a national character and
his name is a household word. Con Conceded
ceded Conceded by his political opponents to be
one of the most just and tactful of
speakers, he exercises in this nation
an influence second only to that of the
president, andkhas used it wisely and pupils' desks.
well. It is seldom that a man of his The secretary presented a directory
Tf of the county school. He was author-
everybody go to the Temple tonight have same Ptedfor distri
to hear mm. its an opportunity no one Ctmntv ,WS rpnort of Wt slieht exercises in school on Fridav
I- J J O f
licenses for the month was presented, afternoons is condemned and will not
showing $107 for the school funds. be allowed.
BUSINESS HOUSES THAT WILL Matter of moving the old school ifth, discontinuing school without
CLOSE FOR THANKSGIVING house at Citra for a colored building permission of the board or the super
was discussed. It was agreed to have Untendent except in case of emergency
. . - - I Z 11 A. 1 A A 1 1 A 1
Some of the business houses com- ie Ultra trustees advertise tor Dids wm uoi oe-permiueu anu m tnese
I . ......I J.1 J. J J. T H V
plained because the Star gave the again and report to tne board. uw fcupermtenuem, au oe im-
k, tAi.Wn. I a resolution was rjresentea irom "icuiaLciv uuuueu. irusiees auu
IHSLUIGO Ul UIU J IvUi vovoUAlolllUvllwu I -- Jr I
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bnt. would clnt dnrinp- Thank striving the county educational association pervibors are mstruciea xo see tnai
day. That was not the Star's fault asKing tne Doard to grant permission "s1""""9 xeww tu
u 4.1. fpv, a .u i, v to teachers who would attend the as- matters are compiled wun Deiore
UUI H1C11B. JLliC ouii uum nave uccn i -- I ...
onlv too elad to eive them credit if station to dismiss school Friday wgnmg reports for the time taught.
I f TTT TT n 1 T
iov Yioi nnfifid it atternoons before the meetings and n vsseis, principal,
, ' : "' "" "T" "r"7"; """ "" ' 3
! Bu a. whole bo of our 4pod
I Cirars fcr Thankspivitx-x? 5Qnas S
Set out a whole box' of our good cigars when your friends come
Saturdays will be
counted as taught.
Fourth, that the practice obtaining
in some places of having none or very
It's cheaper to buy them. by the box.
We keep our cigars in "good conldtion;
this gives them a bet
Star .notice of their intention to shut
their doors all or part of the day.
All day the banks, the Cam-
Thomas' r Co., the O. K. Grocery,
Counts Grocery, Marsh's market and
Burnett's jewelry store.
At 10 a. m. Mclver & MacKay,
At noon Marion Hardware Co.
At ; 1 o'clock The Book Shop,
Rheinauer; Helvenston, Nash, the
Five and Ten Cent Store, Little, Mas
ters, Frank's "and Hayes & Guynn.
LTHE STATE'S OCALA PROPERTY
ERNEST McLIN; FARMER
'This Is the
Kind I Want V'
Mothertried all brands.
. she knowa which is bent
, know how to got good,
wholesome bzhings every
bake-day how to save
'4 Jiaking 1'owder money
Ifl 1 avoid bake-day sorrows.
"She likes the wonderful"
feJ T leavening strength fine
C3 -1 ww
purity great economy of
''Don't think thcBaLIr.g
' Powder you now uce h bctt.
Try Calumet or.ee find
out what real bakings
Received Hifer trar-
Neav Cook u- i rc;
lSce Slip in Toand Can
Cheap and big can Baking Powdersdo not
save you money. Calametdoes it'sPure
and far siiperior to sour milk and soda.
One of the most popular young men
in the state is Mr. E. E. McLin, or
Ernest, as thousands of his friends
call him. Mr. McLin resided in Ocala
for a couple of years and it will be
good news to his friends here to know
that he is "coming home" to' take
charge of his farm. Mr. McLin is
now in the city and his family will
follow him to become residents of
Ocala in a short time.
Mr. McLin is a son of the late la lamented
mented lamented B. E. McLin, for many years
the state's best loved commissioner of
agriculture and is a Florida raised
boy. .-. . ;; .',;-' '.v.:' :
He has recently bought the Marion
Farms, a 600-acre tract of land, east
of the city, two miles, that is as fine
a body of land as the state can boast;
it is m a high state of cultivation
with many improvements upon it.
The state of Florida has had charge
of the property for many years, tho
it: has been owned by a stock com company
pany company of which Mr. McLin was an of
ficer and extensive stockholder. The
state has kept its indigent prisoners
there and, under the charge of var various
ious various superintendents Rogers," Purvis,
Adams and others, so well has the
property been handled that tho op
erated by the halt, the lame and the
blind, it has been practically self self-sustaining.
sustaining. self-sustaining. The state is preparing to
get its personal property and prison
ers off of the farm and moved to
Raxford. Mr. McLin will immediately
take charge and will make the prop
erty one of the model farms of the
south, specializing in live stock of
superior breeds, poultry and intensive
garden and farm products. :
Success to Mr. McLin he deserves
it and it is coming to him.
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roofs repai ed or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. '."
All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 457
.. Residence 806 S. Orange Street
I OCALA FLORIDA
Every once in awhile we receive a
bunch of wet argument about the fail
ure of prohibition. in Maine and Kan
sas. V For the life of us we can't see
why a saloon man should quote Maine
orKansas. Both states are prosper
ousmore so than Florida both
have had prohibition for years, and
both obstinately stick to it. Nearly
all the people we see who come from
Maine or Kansas are intelligent and
well to do. Its only reasonable to be believe
lieve believe that if prohibition worked con contrary
trary contrary to their interests they would
vote it out of their states.
Anti-Monopoly ; Drug- Store.
J. G. PAKKISII, Proprietor
WE TAKE CARE
The following have so far given the Pr all or part of their traveling ex- Chace and W. T. Gary, tnistees of
penses. It was agreed that for two ueaia, preseniea me necessuy exisi-
mpetinp- it would hf neTmissahle to ing in the high school for increased
dismiss school at noon on Fridays apparatus for teaching the sciences.
when teachers actually attend the They asked for $300 for this purpose.
association, but there would be no al- The board agreed that if this amount
lowance for traveling expense. was not in excess of the budget for
Request from Blaze Pond colored this purpose same would be granted.
CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
State, County and City Bepm?lSary.
chool for heater and piping was
An account against the Cotton
Plant district for board of teacher)
was refused upon the ground that the!
salary of the teacher was already as
much as the regulations allowed un under
der under the certificate held.
Board met with all members pres
ent and acting.
Supervisor of Roper Farm colored
school requested 'six pair of sash, a
pulley for the well, lumber for closets
and some desks. Same was granted.
Mr. J. Camp-trustee, Ocala, dis
cussed the matter of the roofing of
the high school building. It was
Certificate from J. C. Caldwell as
.aa agent for the Fire Underwriter's As
aiijt i,CuPiC..mCvYJiuuclCu a. iAfivrtvA to WvA'tliA ntf.ornPV for the
il i TT1 : J J I aUtlitUiUIl LllciW LI1C HUUJK 1UI ClCttUt -O" J
... v v 4.U lights in the dormity was in com- hoard insist upon the roofing being
own east of the city on which the . A
i??cfri,i c,wv TOiii Prance witn their requirement was dtums BiR!U,IMMU,,s
nied as a casis tor paying tne ac- viu,ixi-i.
counts for the wirine. : -Mrs. Roberts, matron of the dorm-
It w?s agreed to furnish the dorm- itory, reported as to conditions and
itory with three slop jars, three requested extra turniture wmcn wa3
and just where the property is locat located.
ed. located. The Star is now in position to
give this Information correctly
The state owns 120 acres of as fine
and as there is in this section of the
country. ; It is a strip off the east
side of the Marion Farms tract and
runs for a considerable distance back
or south from the Silver Springs
boulevard, yet it has ample frontage
on that thoroughfare.
As to the investment the state will
put on this property,; we can only
state that the board of control has
?35,U0U available lor the purpose,
only f a small portion,; comparatively,
having been expended for the site.
lhe state will commence in a very
short time to erect the buildings and
improve the property and it. will not
be long till the school is ready for its
FROM MOTHER TO
FIcrid3 Women Testify.
Mr; Crosby, trustee Citra, discuss
ed with the board the removal of the
old building. It was ordered that a
warrant be issued to Harrison Clark
Lakeland, ria." My mother has al- for ?50 for the lot at Citra for the
ways been a firm. advocate of Dr. Picrce'e colored school building. Mr. Crosby
.; lavonte Trescnp. was authorized to sell the old colored
i-..' J. ZZa building to the best advantage.
Treasurer's report was presented
r.r.;.r,n n-uu. t I i' -u j j r a 4- u
18 Years? Experience
The latest machmery, skill skilled
ed skilled labor and aim abudaiit
supply of soft water we are
able to give the public, an
exceptionally high quality
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
- ;?:'" -Sy"- te.K
' ; x-l i
- t :s I
r correct, it snowea receipts ana ais
wiPmy own "Si $267.31; received from county judge
Wreadies woman- fCT hunting licenses, $41; from tax
hood I will give it ,0. t
bursements as follows for the county
troubles, and when funds. Balance from last month,
Stock in our store will be
to her eo firm i collector ior regular pons, extra
my conviction of its many virtues. The polls, $34; from comptroller for tax
purpose of my using it was for irregu- redemption for May $26.72: from
jlanty. 1W physical condition was very superintendent for tuition from Put-
stir about or work. I took tha medicine nam county $"3.30, and from Citrus
pigs that weighed net 1500 pounds.
He made from the trimmings 190
pounds of choice sausage and 300
aU U mm
eiiifluy &.Hi3 wISmsa l- lull il x
R. S. HALL AS A FARMER
Out on the well located 400-acre
farm owned by Mr. R. S. Hall, on the right along without missing a dose until county for same, $20
left sirl of t.hft Silver Rnrintrs honle- my general troubles were all corrected. Disbursed. S449.37: balance. $21.16
vard, going out, Mr. D. N. Waldron, LW, om loan fund, $931.39, and
the manager, is making the farm pay prescription.'" Mrs Lavixa' Dehson from refunding fund, $25.37; disburs
expenses and a little better. Mr. Wal- 804 N. ilonda Ave., Lakeland, Fla. ed from the, refunding fund, $zo.i7,
dron butchered todav and olaced in At the first smntoms of an v derange- leavinsr total balance on hand of
cold storage 15 head of last spring's ment,cf.3 feminine organism $952.55. The following balances were
f1.'S.Pw.MK5: r a? ? andsif-
tion. ing funds of the district: Ocala,
Tens of thousands cf women have taken $1703.24: Dunnellon. $933.77: Citra,
pounds of lard. Mr. Waldron said he 11 wiiag wc ior tusoa ot a ?41662
has 50 more of these hogs that he will 1 T ; T.Vf r7 tn ;n ttmos of The following disbursements and c:X-X-X"X:-X-X:X
butcher a little later, when they will trial and at times of pai 1 when the organs balances were shown from the dis-
weigh- considerably more. They will 1101 penormisg in?ir iuncuona. ror trict funds: Ocala 2U.33, $syu.0b; mc mc-also
also mc-also be placed in cold storage at the JSS tefeSSSS Intosh $12.25, $185.64; Belleview
Taylor Bros, plant. Mr. Waldron said depression, dizziness, fainting snelk lassi- $39.40, $3337; Fantville $74.83;
1 1 111 1 1 U..J a 1 i: i u I T.. it 1 nn or T .AAinr
mat ne naa a numoer 01 cnoice Deei iuub auu cwusuuii wuuku buoum uever uunneiiun aivo.4j, axi.x, ncuu.a
steers that he is fattening; has saved faU take thia. tried and true woman's U250, $7.85; Pine Level $27.25, $293.
. AAA 1 1 1 1 1 tuctiicillc. Ion. r ni. oho rn. TT7:,11 fnK
xuu oaies 01 nay ana nas as mucn Mothers, if vour dauzhtera are. weak. iuayyme xxo,
more in the fields that he will soon lack ambition, are troubled with head- $851.21; Citra $50, $3.83; Onner
bale. Mr. Hall will greatly increase aches, lassitude and are pale and sickly, Farm $59.33, $4.14; Buck Pond $35.-
the. productiveness of this farm in XTri J 4y -?zU4.y; sparr $ou, $0.2; xana
under Mr. Waldron's
what they need.
BUS FARE WILL BE 10 CENTS
At the request of the fair manage management
ment management 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
, GOODS REPAIRED
f I am now thoroughly prepared to
repair all kinds of surgical rubber
goods for physicians and nurses, as
well as Tubber toilet and surgical ar ar-ticles
ticles ar-ticles in the home. Davies the
Tire Man. 4-tf
In the proper and praiseworthy
fraternal spirit, the Gainesville Sun
gives the Marion County Fair a good
write-up arid advices Alachua people
to go see it. Some years ago Ocala
j and Gainesville, Marion, and Alachua,
1 were rivals, and were muchly given
Carter's Delicious Cake
Buy it for the children's sake.
It is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them .11 the time.
tf Carter's Bakery.
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
ome early before the rush begins.
OVER O. K.
ler $65.87, $46.68? Fellowship $99.83,
$13.41; Electra $21.60, $42.36; BUtch-
ton $20, 91.23; Martel $5, $461.11;
Fort King $21.30, $161.42; Capulet!
$20, $2.72; Linadale $275.45; Cotton
Plant $13.92, $235.95; Orange Lake
$25.25, $266.57; Oak Hill $5853; Moss
Bluflf $17.17; Fairfield $50, $2.21;
Cottage Hill $39; Charter Oak $23,
$419.13; Pedro $21, $11.62; Kendrick
$192.66; Oklawaha $260.40; Heidt-
ville $30.50. S332.71: Pleasant Hill
$25, $163.45; Fort McCoy $175.67;
Anthony $115.22; Summerfield $912;
Homeland $50.74; Shiloh $104.14.
Mrs. Roberts, matron of the dorm-
itarv. called and discussed various
matters pertaining to it.
The monthly accounts were audited
and ordered paid from county funds.
No further, business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular
session on Tuesday December 7.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
RY our Fresh Meat it will
please you. Fresh Veg
etables in season.
Also fine Hne of Groceries.
1 1! iff 5
Oil stoves, wood stoves, coal stoves ;
at the Marion Hardware Co. 11-13
For electric light globes see -the
Marion Hardware Company. 11-16
" Auto tires, tubes and spark plugs.
Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
Wholesale and Retail
BEWARE CHEAP SUBSTITUTES
In these days of keen competition
it is imDortant 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 Coueh Remedy has
stood the test and been approved for
more than forty years. Obtainable
We ship the famous CRYSTAL RIVER OYSTERS
in Seal Plug Carriers, which insures them reaching
you in a sanitary condition. We also furnish SALT
WATER FISH in any quantity. The most careful
attention is given small as well as large orders.
Write us for further information. .
UiYaiMfiStt- RAW 3Zolk
Crystal River, Florid
1 r i
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1915
Today At The
0CALAv SOCIAL AFFAIRS
4 TiTiTnrnim 'T'keMis
Kit STEM? L A U i J D f Y
GEO. C. PASTEUR, Prop.
Qualify and Service
Special Attention Given to
DRY CLEANING j
No Extra Charge for Hurry Work
1 20 W.I-1. King Ave.
Next to 0. K. Grocery : Ocala, Fla.
THE WINTER OF GREAT DISTRESS
Damp and cold weather is destined to cause much suffering among
. Rheumatics. Guard Against it.
Get ready for winter by realizing
that Rheumatism is a blood disease
and must be relieved through the
blood. Throw away the liniments and
lotions, cut out the pain killers and
stake your chances of relief on S. S. S.
Some o the most renowned physi physicians
cians physicians that the world has ever known
have been studying Rheumatism for
fifty years in the laboratories of the
Swift Specific Company in Atlanta,
and if Rheumatism can be permanent permanently
ly permanently relieved and WE KNOW THAT
IT CAN they will tell you what to do
for your trouble,
i Rubbing with liniments, blistering,
Cjir! the application of plasters; in fact.
anything that will produce counter-irri-"tation,is
good for external treatment
of Rheumatism, but these simple rem remedies
edies remedies do not reach the seat of the
disease nor touch the real cause, and
relief is therefore only temporary.
Rheumatism is due to Uric Acid and
other irritant, poisons in the blood,
and as It circulates through the sys system,
tem, system, these acid poisons are deposited
in the muscles, joints and nerves, and
exposure to the night air, cold east
winds, or any suddenchange In the
weather, will bring on an attack which
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.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
"Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any. Other
f ntrn. tor in thf citv
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
Our customers, whose tables
we serve, rest fully assured that
they are getting a square deal'
on weight. ''
. We fill phone orders nd tatn
meat for children just as ao-
curateiy as tnougn we wera
serving our friends in person.
This business is built on hoiip
est weight, high quality, el
meat and reasonable prices.
may last for a few days or linger for
months. Every battle with Rheuma Rheumatism
tism Rheumatism leaves the blood in poorer condi condition,
tion, condition, while the corroding acids' ; are
gradually consuming the oils and
fluids that ylubricate 'the'tousclesand
joints, thus they become stiff, some sometimes
times sometimes absolutely rigid. ".'
Rheumatism with its sharp cutting
pains canont be conquered untit the
acid blood is cleansed, purified, liter literally
ally literally washed free of the poisoned sub substances
stances substances which it contains, and nothing
affords such prompt and lasting relief
as S. S. S. The tonic effects of this
vegetable remedy are wonderful. The
blood Is cleansed, purified and its ear early
ly early strength and vigor renewed, causing
the health to rapidly improve and
builds up the entire system. The suf sufferer
ferer sufferer is not only free from Rheumatic
pains, but experiences once. more the
thrill and exquisite pleasure of per perfect
fect perfect heaith.
Get rid of Rheumatism before cold
weather make3 it worse. Don't take
substitutes for S. S. S. Write our
Medical Department at once; they
want to advise you how to relieve
Rheumatism quickly, thoroughly and
make you well. S. S. S. sold at all
drug stores. Don't accept substitutes
they are dangerous. Write the
Swift Specific Company, Medical De Department."
partment." Department." Room 16, -Atlanta; Ga.
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS
If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-upholstered, re-polished
or remodeled," write me. Satisfaction
guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala,
Ha. W: 9-2-lm v
. Ilot clam and tomato ? houillon at
the Court Pharmacy. Try them. 6t
(If you have 4 any -items for this
Thoughts for the Day
It is not my concern if you are
harsh er unjust to me; it is only my
affair that I am kind and just to you.
It is not for me to judge my neighbor,
nor is it my place to dictate the line
&fv another's path; it i3 my part to
regulate my own angle of action and
to attend to keeping my own doorstep
cleansGrace M. Brown in Life
Mr. and Mrs. 'John M. Graham en entertained
tertained entertained today at a prettily appoint appointed
ed appointed six-course dinner, their guests in including
cluding including M?..and Mrs. E. L. Wart-
mann, Mr. and Mrs. V Allison Wart-mann"-of
Citra, Miss Mabel Meeks of
Arkansas, Senator N. P. Bryan of
Jacksonville and Mr; and Mrs. W. T.
Instead of having its regular meet meeting
ing meeting this week to play auction, the
Tuesday auction club formed a con congenial
genial congenial group this afternoon and in a
body -went to the fair grounds at two
o'clock, to take in all the attractions.
In the crowd are Misses Rosebud Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, Helen Brown,' Ellen Clarkson,
Nellie Gottlieb, Kathleen Jackson,
Mary McDowell Dorothy Schreiber,
MrsI H. T. Lattner and Mrs. R. N.
Dosh. They were accompanied-by
Misses Fanny "Robinson and Adele
Bi ttinger and late- this "afternoon they
will be joined by Mr. Lattner, who
wrllr take -supper with them and ac
company them for a trip down the
Johnny' Jones midway.
Mr. "and Mrs. James Badger bf Old-
town are fair visitors. They motor
to the city in r the morning; and re return
turn return home late in the evening
Rev. R. D. Dodge has returned to
Clearwatfcr"fronf Miami; where he ac accompanied
companied accompanied last' week his wife and her
mother, Mrs. W. V. 'Newsom for a
visit tothe tetter's -sister, Mrs. J.-B.
Miss Blair- Woodrow, -who opened
last week a dancing class in the Mc Mc-Clane
Clane Mc-Clane hall ir meeting with5 success,
her class including about thirty girls
It will be welcome news to the
friends of Mrs. Ella Glass to learn
that she is greatly improved from her
recent serious illness. She is able to
sit up in her room daily and expects
in a short while to be sufficiently
strong to leave the house.
Mrs. Leon Fishel and daughter Eliz
abeth and'Miss McCormick will come
up tomorrow from Leesburg to spend
Thanksgivings with Mr. Fishel's par
ents, Mr; and Mrs. M. ishel. y
I Mr. C. H. Mathews" of Candler is
spending fair week in the city. He
will 'bejoined' tomorrow by r- Mrs.
Mrs. T. I. Arnold has arrived from
Jacksonville to spend Thanksgiving
with Mr. Arnold "at the Arms House.
Dr. and Mrs. T.' C. Thompson are
guests of the former's mother, Mrs.
J. M. Thompson."
Miss Mabel Meeks, a charming
young r lady fronr Arkansas, arrived
yesterday to visit Mrs. "Allison Wart-
mann at Citra until after the Christ
Mr. 'and Mrs.' John"Dozier have as
their guests for Thanksgiving their
son-in-law and-daughter Dr. and Mrs.
Sylvan McElroy and son vof Orlando,
who arrived today in their car.
t Mr S. J.? B. Borland, Misses Louise
and "Ethel Borland," Mr.r and Mrs.
Harry Borland Master James Bor
land and Mrs. W. T. Dupree composed
a party tf prominent ; Citra people
spewdingiTuesday at the fair.
Miss Edna-Borland of Fort Myers,
who1 is-' pleasantly known; in this city,
w-iir arrive at 3itra next week to visit
her'ouslns, Misses Louise and Ethel
Mrs'.'' TBf Snobk of Weirsdalewho
has ; quite- a large exhibit of canned
goods-: at? thefairj has' given instruc instruc-tioris'that
tioris'that instruc-tioris'that after' the"fair is over her
products are to be turned over to the
Marion County Hospital and the boys'
industrial school at Marianha.
J Mrs T. J. Kemp rof Juliette and
Miss Mattie Potlow of Tampa, will be
guests of Mrs. D. N. Mathews during
then week, 'while attending the fair.
Mfi andrMrsv?R." Ar Wood of John
ston City," Tennv are guests of Rev.
and Mrs. J. R. Herndon at the Manse
for some? weeks'
Miss Laura Smith,1 "who has been
spending several weeks in Ocala and
Lakeland, has returned to her home in
f The "Brick City" Haberdashery
float gave all who saw the parade yes yesterday
terday yesterday a fine idea of the latest styles
and excellent' grade of : clothing car carried
ried carried by Mr. H. A. Waterman. Much
ingenuity was displayed in the get get-up
up get-up of the float. The covering of the
car Tesembled brick and the occupant?
wore to an advantage the smartest
styles decreed for men. In the car
were three bachelor girls, Misses
Edith Williams, Bettie; Mclver and
Virginia Sistrunk wearing strictly
tailored manish looking suits and Mr.
Waterman and Mr. D. B. Mayo. Mr.
Waterman entertained the party at
dinner at the fair grounds and gave
to each a season ticket.
I Mr. and Mrs. r W. E." McArthur
motored in this1 morning from Mont-
brook to" attend the fair.
Mr.-Tom Proctor and pretty bride
have returned from a brief wedding
trip to South Florida." They were
department, rsli Vkvi.c
welco ned home with a delightful little
supper party given by Mrs. Proctor's
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. H. A. Ciumpton.
'Miss 'Anna Fowler and brother, Mr.
Fowler were numbered among the
Gainesville citizens attending the fair
Another very artistic and ceautiful
float in the parade yesterday was
that of the O. K. Teapot Grocery. It
depicted a Japanese tea garden and in
it were bewitching Japanese maidens
imbibing tea. They were Miss Fran Frances
ces Frances Clark, the pretty little daughter
of the owner, Mr. Harvey Clark, Miss Misses
es Misses Martha Kate Rentz, Mamie and
Sarah Gross and Blair Woodrow.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Deschamps
of South Carolina, are guests of Mrs.
T. E. Bridges.
Mr. John Tarver is home from a
visit to Tallahassee, where he was the
guest of Mrs. J. E. Padgett.
. Miss Meta Jewet will return home
the first of next week from Lakeland,
where she is the guest of her brother,
Mr. Sanford Jewett and family.
Mr. C. R. M. Shephard of Daytona,
superintendent of public instruction
of Volusia county, and family will ar arrive
rive arrive this afternoon in their car to
visit Mr. Shephard's sister, Mrs. John
Edwards for the remainder of the
Mrs. M.' P. Geiger, baby and sister,
Miss Bertha Lee left today for Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville to visit relatives until Sunday.
Miss Mamie Shephard, a graduate
of the Ocala high school, arrived to to-day
day to-day from DeLand to visit her aunt,
Mrs. JohnL". Edwards,- until Sunday.
Miss Shephard is a student at Stet Stetson
son Stetson University, from which institution
she will receive an A. B. degree next
Mr. and Mrs; Lonnie Edwards and
children, of Irvine, are daily fair vis
Miss Lou Moody of Lake Weir was
in town today attending the fair and
taking advantage of the bargains of offered
fered offered by the merchants for fair week.
News come from Apalachicola of
the birth of a daughter last Thursday
to Rev. and Mrs. Earl Sheridan, for formerly
merly formerly of this city. Ocala friends ex
r Mrs. S. G. Moyers and two children,
Tillie and Edward, will leave Friday
for their home in Jacksonville. They
will be accompanied by Mrs. Moyers'
mother, Mrs. Edward Badger, whom
they have-been visiting for several
Miss Carolee Green and two young
brothers of South Carolina, who made
an extended visit to their aunt, Mrs.
T. E. Bridges the first of the year,
have returned and with their father,
who has been in the city sometime,
will make this their home.
Miss Rosabelle Sistrunk and niece,
Miss Lorayne Sistrunk of Montbrook,
spent today in Ocala, coming especial especially
ly especially to see their brother and father,
Mr: Minor Sistrunk, who is ill at the
Mrs. A. J. Brigance of Flemington
was visiting her Ocala friends yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. Fair business and pleasure viistors
registered at the Colonial include: J.
K. Cauthen, New York; J. S. Cauth-
ern, Mayo; W. L. Ferguson, Mayport;
M. S. Reed, Valdosta; J. B. and G. B.
Shell, Cuthbert, Ga.; Mr. and Mrs.
William Scare, Pittsfield, Mass.; Mr.
and Mrs. McCabe, Columbus, S. C;
Mr. and Mrs. Jesse Marr, North Car
olina; George Worrel, wife and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Philadelphia.
Thanksgiving service will be held
atUhe Methodist church Thursday
morning at 10 o'clock. Rev. J. H.
Herndon; pastor of the Presbyterian
church, will preach the sermon. The
choirs- Of different "churches are cor cordially
dially cordially invited to assist in the music.
The service will begin promptly at 10
a. m. Everybody cordially invited.
J. M.Gross, Pastor.
-;-'. PLAY WILLISTON
The Ocala Wildcats will play the
Williston basketball team at the
Camp court Saturday afternoon at 3
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
A standard make typewriter, al
most new, in perfect condition; for
sale cheap, either cash or time. Ad
dress typewriter, Star office. 22-6t
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
Fresh Rape seed just received at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
' Fresh seeds of all kinds at tha
Ocala Seed Store. 20-tf
V y THE
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(.. VALUABLE COUPON IN EACH PACiCAGE )
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The News, of Arcadia, has not been an advocate of the Florida Citrus
Exchange. On the contrary,- the editor of this paper has severely
criticised the organization on numerous occasions. This fact makes
all the more remarkable the following tribute to the Exchange pub published
lished published in a recent issue of the News: A
No one thing pleases the News more
than to give proper credit to others.
While in the North this summer we did
not miss an opportunity to discuss the
citrus fruit marketing, both with whole wholesale
sale wholesale and retail dealers. Without a
single exception each party interviewed
spoke in the highest praise of the M ay
the Citrus Exchange handles its fruit,
all agreeing that the fact that these
people put up the fruit was sufficient
guarantee that the condition was O. K.
Mr. Sisetrunk, manager of the largest
and t best equipped wholesale fruit
storage plant in central Kentucky,
The. standing of the Florida Citrus Exchange in every important
citrus fruit market of the country is as good as in the cities visited by
Mr.' Jones, the editor of the News. Why not take advantage of this
favorable condition when selling your oranges or grapefruit, and
market them through the Exchange? See the manager of the local
association, if there i$ one in your community ; otherwise communi
cate with this office for further particulars.
Florida Citrus Exchange, Tcunpa, Florida
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
UNDERTAKERS and ES5DAL1IERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
1 OCALA, FLORIDA
The best cigarette
tobacco that grows
comes from Virginia
that's where ciga cigarette
rette cigarette tobacco was
born! And only the
Virginia tobacco goes
into Piedmonts. By
the way, did you
know Piedmonts are
cigarette in America?
They are. Try them
VALUABLE COUPON IN EACH
located at Lexington, was very profuse
in his praiseof the good vWork done by
the Exchange, both along the lines of
the improved pack and what they 'have'
done in advertising the Florida product.
He thinks the future of the state's pros prosperity
perity prosperity is assured if we will jo.ok more
fully to the proper distribution so that
no city will be supplied with more
fruit than the demands. 'Mr. Sisetrunk
agrees with us that it is infinitely pref preferable
erable preferable that it should remain on the
tree with risk of dropping than to force
it into an already overcrowded market.
Editorial from the Arcadia News.
See That Your Ticket Reads
STANDARD HAILTtOAD OF THE SOUTH
M. R. WILLIAMS,
. .Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
. 'S" -xsj i
J. G. KIRKLAND,
D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24, 1915
Royal Arch mets Friday night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
John T. Lewis of Oklawaha is
among the fair guests.
If we cant get our price, we'll take yours. We must turn them into
within the next 15 Days
Jefferson Thomas, the advertising
man from Jacksonville is in town.
Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies ty express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf
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Mr. G. A. Camp of Oklawaha was
in town today.
Mr. H. L. Kelley of Lakeland, for formerly
merly formerly of this county, was in the city
today. lie is a guest of the Harring Harrington.'
ton.' Harrington.' Hunting season opens Nov. 20th.
Buy guns, leggins, hunting coats and
shells now and be ready. Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
Mr. C. V. Miller of Tampa, was in
. town today attending the fair. Mr.
Miller was born and raised in Ocala
and will always consider it his home.
Mr. Miller is at the Harrington.
Mr. M. E. Gillette of Tampa, one of
South Florida's most entersive land
owners, was in town today.
Mr. S. D. Moon of Floral City was
a guest of the Harrington last night.
Magnolia meat market, phone 167,
North Magnolia street, opposite Flor Florida
ida Florida House, fresh oysters, fish and
Mrs. and Miss Carter of West Palm
Beach, are guests of the Harrington.
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
. Mr. L. W. Ponder is having some
cement walks laid and other work
done1 at his pretty home on South
Eighth street. Mr. Chas. L. Moore
is doing the vork.
Save auto troubles buy Diamond
tires and tubes from the Marion
Hardware Company.- 11-16
' Try one cf those fro3ted pints of
Patst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf
In with the canning club exhibit at
the fair are two baskets, attractively
trimmed in green, to receive volun voluntary
tary voluntary contributions for the Children's
Home in Jacksonville.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Syrup cans, all kinds, Marion
Hardware Company.- 11-16 .
Dories, Built to
BOILERS AND TANKS
BUILT TO ORDER
WHITE PINE and
& ALL HARD WOODS
Competent Force of Work-
men for Road Work at
Dr D. M. Boney
I have recently returned from
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.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
,1111011, irnriBrBi-ri r t rir j
Mr. W. M. Conn, representing the
General Film Company of Atlanta,
was a recent visitor, coming especial
ly to interview Mr. E. C. Bennett of
the Temple and to find out the grade
of pictures desired by the Temple
patrons. Arrangements were made
whereby Mr. Bennett will from now
on show only the very best pictures
put out by the General Film company.
The Court Pharmacy has just re
ceived its first shipment of San-Tox
remedies, and is very proud of hav
ing secured the exclusive Ocala rights
to handle the line.; The present ship
ment consists of thirty-seven prep preparations
arations preparations out of the nearly two hun
dred. Mr. Horrell expects to before
long stock the entire line of San-Tox
preparations, as he says it is beyond
doubt the bestjie has ever seen.
Mr. Frank E. Crawford a promi-1
nent business man of Montbrook is
among the many Levy county ites at
the Marion county fair today.
We are home again, ready for all
kind of signs and decorations. The
Dodge Sign Co. 20-t3
Mr. A. J. Leavengood, of Stanton,
is visiting the fair today.
Parade and fair signs neatly, quick quickly
ly quickly and cheaply painted by the Dodge
Sign Co. -20-3t
We noticed our good friend David
Kirkland out with a sleigh Tuesday.
It seems as though Dave is rushing
the season a little, although; we -will
all be glad to see the snow. Ormis-
town (Canada) Bulletin. ;
Hot drinks of all kinds clam and
tomato bouillon and chocolate, at the
Court Pharmacy. 18-6t
Mr. Harry Palmer is expected to
arrive tomorrow from Tampa for a
short visit to his brother, Mr. Whit-
field Palmer and incidentally to at-
tend the fair.
Special prices lo club members on
sign work.- See Dodge the old re
liable.' rM-T??.: fz-A-.;:.j-s 20-3t .v;
Dr. W. P. Reeve has- resigned as
rector of St. Andrews Episcopal
church in Tampa and will preach his
farewell sermon next Sunday. His
successor has not been announced.
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.
$f Carter's Bakery.
Mr. McPherson'of the A. C. L.
switching engine, is taking a few days
off, to let a sore toe heal. Engineer
Shouse is subbing for him.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
The O. K. Grocery this morning re
ceived a big supply of new goods by
the Oklawaha river freight line.
Galvin's Orange Cocoanut creams,
40 cents a pound at Gerig's Drug
store. tf i
Mr. W. C. Gray drove his car in
this morning from Flemington and
brought with him Mr. and Mrs. J. C.
Mathews, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Chitty,
land Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathews, of
the Fairfield neighborhood.
Get a Barler oil heater and keeD
I your room cozy and warm. Marion j
Hardware Company. 11-16
Farmers, before killing your hogs j
buy lard cans from the Marion Hard
ware Company. 11-16
HERE AT HOME
Ocala Citizens Gladly Testify and
Confidently Recommend Doan s
It is testimony like the following
that has placed Doan's Kidney Pills
! so far above competitors. When peo people
ple people right here at home raise their
voice in praise there is no room left
for doubt. Read the public state statement
ment statement of an Ocala citizen:
C. C. French, carpenter, 103 W.
Sanchez St., Ocala, says : Doan's
Kidney Pills did me more good than
anything else I ever used. -1 had
been having attacks of "backache and
trouble with my kidneys for some
time. It made me feel miserable and
run down in health. As soon as I
used Doan's Kidney Pills, I got re relief
lief relief and I have relied on the remedy
Price 50 c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy-
; get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Mr. French had. Foster Milburn
i Co., Props., Buffalo N. Y. AL3
BANKS WILL OBSERVE
Thursday, November 25th, (Thanks (Thanksgiving
giving (Thanksgiving Day) being a legal 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-
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
Mr. F.-W. Merrick, of Tampa, who
travels Florida for the Royal Type
writer Company concluded today- a
business visit to Ocala leaving for
Mr. George Davis was a recent vis
itor to Tallahassee, returning home
Mr. C. P. Haycraft of Fellowship
was numbered among the fair visitors
The fifth grade, this morning be
fore being dismissed for its Thanks
giving vacation, gave a most attrac
tive little play.
Mr. S. P. Hollinrake, superintend
ent of the Oklawaha Valley railway,
returned today from a visit to Chica
go where he was called on business.
Unlimited quantities of White Ber-
muda Onion plants at 20 cents per
hundred, or $1 per thousand. Phone
14. s BITTING & CO
3t N. Maemolia St.. Ocala. Fla.
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. 22-3t
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.
We Want YOU
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
Every day we will give a
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
at our expense. Watch the
columns of the Star for
Ocala Coca-Cola :
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SFilITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
NORTH OF COURTHOUSE
mn mi mm if n n r? nnn tf fp n7 n nn;a o
ii ih m in hi mi hi i n nil iii i ll fill i riff i i iter i till iiu ii ti tFi
uu.au uj h m w m '? LA U !n
Miss Susie Lou Ellis has returned
home from a visit to friends in Or Orlando
lando Orlando and Altamonte Springs.
Mrs. R. A. Burford Jr. and pretty
little daughter Virginia, who have
been visiting Mr. Burford's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. A. Burford Sr. for
some time, left on the early train to today
day today for Jacksonville, sailing from
there this afternoon for New York,
from which place they will go direct
ly to their home in Boston.
Miss Helen Newsom has, joined her
mother in Miami at the home of her
aunt, Mrs. J. B. Hiers. Mrs. Newsom
and daughter will return home
Christmas ond will be accompanied
by Mr. and Mrs. Hiers, making the
trip in the Hiers car.
Miss Myrta Wilson, who is spend spending
ing spending this winter in Atlanta, is the guest
for the week of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs, W. M. Wilson. Miss Wilson will
return to Atlanta Sunday.
Mrs. E. C. Beuchler of Anthony is
among the fair visitors in town today.
Mrs. Dessie Hendricks and son Carl
of Stanton, are among the visitors in
the city to take in the fair.
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.
For plumbing ana electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT 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 V-;-'
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
LOST Since Nov. 10th, milk cow;
dark red; black face; bell and rope
around the horns; also strap arcund
one leg. Address Winter, Eastlake,
WANTED Bright young wan who
can give short v 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
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 IndiaD motor motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, 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;
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 f rater
nity pin, set with pearls. Finder will
receive liberal reward by returning
same to Star office. 17-6t
S VirTTT'X-' TXT VXTH fV
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
U U U U U U U U L-ZJ LJ U U Li U U U Li U
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,
tion, Ammunition, Hunting Shoes, Coats & Legging, Clocks, Musical In
struments, Carpenters' Tools, and a thousand other articles
Now's the Chance to Get
TIRES ANEL TUBES VULCANIZED
Do not wait; bring your tires and
tubes to me NOW and have them
properly vulcanized as soon as the
need appears. We do the work right
and GUARANTEE results. Davies,
the Tire Man. 4-tf
DISTRESS IN THE STOMACH
There are many people who have a
distress in the stomach after meals.
It is due to indigestion and easily
remedied by taking one of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets after meals. Mrs.
Henry Padghan, Victor, N. Y.,
writes: "For some time I was trou
bled with headache and distress in my
stomach after eating, also with con constipation.
stipation. constipation. About six months ago I
beeran taking Chamberlain's Tablets.
They regulated the action of my
bowels and tne neaaacne ana otner
annoyances ceased in a short time."
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
The best hot chocolate you ever
tasted is now being served atf the
Court Pharmacy. Try a cup and be
Don't shiver in the cold. Buy a
stove from the Marion Hardware Co.
and keep warm. 11-16
nOW TO PREVENT CROUP
It may be a surprise to you to
learn that in many cases croup can be
prevented. Mrs. H. M. Johns Elida,
Ohio, relates her experience as fol follows:
lows: follows: "My little boy is subject to
croup. During the past winter I kept
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in the house, and when he be be-ean
ean be-ean havinsr that croupy cough I
would give him one or two doses of
it and it would break the attack. 1
life it better for children than any
other cough medicine because chil children
dren children take it willingly, and it i3 safe
and reliable." Obtainable every
Be sure to register at the Rexall
Store at the fair. 11-16
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
This is a medicine intended espe
piallv 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,
Be Sold out
Sale Goes on All Fair Week!
Your Christmas Presents at LESS THAN COST
Jzza w USX U
Square Next Ocala
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec rec-orsd
orsd rec-orsd or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is the
record history of that title.
some .searching and checking before the abstract man knows
that he has got it alL v
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE -TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK
florida title and abstract corporation
Maciitolla Meat Marlcei
OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE
340 North Magnolia Street
No. 10 S. SECOND ST.
Established Three Years.
CHOICE OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY
Florida and Western Meats
PROMPT FREE DELIVERY
1 i V
- n if
i i J It.
. PHONE 380
BEST FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH
Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables
in the Star.
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