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PROGRESS OF TEUTONS STOUTLY CONTESTED III THE
I London, Nov. 13. A Kews dispatch
I from Petrograd says that General
I von Hindenberg has announced that
he is ready to resign hi3 command
should the emperor not give him re-
enforcements. This announcement is
reported to have been made after the
field marshal and the emperor met
and the former's demand for more
men- was 'refused on the ground that
fciey could not be SDared from other
RUSSIANS ADVANCE FROM RIGA
The news from the eastern front
agrees that von Hindenberg's situa situation
tion situation in the Riga district is extremely
difficult. The Russians are continuing
their attacks between Olai and Lake
Babit. It is reported the Germans
are being forced int othe woods, and
j GREAT ANXIETY OF THE ALLIES
1 ABOUT GREECE
I Uneasiness is being shown by the
I Allies over the attitude of Greece.
This is not likely to be allayed by
) news of the the German military mis-
I sion arrival at Athens. Paris official
eddies does not believe there is any
I possibility of Greece changing her
position and distinctly favoring the
j central powers. Such rumors became
so persistent though that the Greek
I minister to France felt called upon to
l assure the foreign office that Greece
j would adhere to her traditional friend-
jship for France.
;P TO DATE REPORTS OF THEIR
SURVIVAL ARE UNCERTAIN
f Associated Press
; Rome, Nov. 13. American Am Ambassador
bassador Ambassador Page has received a report
J'rom the Italian foreign office in
VhictoTit is stated the fate of several
aave or naturalized American citi citi-ens
ens citi-ens on board the Acona is still in
IOWELL CAN ALSO RAISE PIGS
I Editor Star: I read with much
leasure the statement of Mr. Shaw
l Summerfield in regard to hjs hog
aising and was much interested in
'a me, and as you have asked if any
;ne can beat it I shall give you a few
icts relative to hog raising:
I have a sow which farrowed on
une 7, 1914, ten pigs; she farrowed
Dec. 1, 1914, eight pigs; on May
, 1915, she farrowed nine pigs, and
ept. 12, 1915, she farrowed 14 pigs,
.aking a total of 41 pigs farrowed in
months and five days. I sold the
rst two litters, 18 of which dressed
J292 pounds, for $229.20. The third
liter of nine will now dress about
10 pounds and the last litter will
Verage about 30 pounds gross.
If this record can be beat by any
, rmer in the county who can produce
.ISdavits proving same, I will make
"m a present of one of the last litter
I said pigs.' ;. ...
I Very respectfully yours,
J C P. Howell.
y .. .. ... ;.
j Try one cf those f ro3ted pints of
xbst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. t
STAR IS THE ONLY
Si SAUK All
SIX OF THE PASSENGERS AND
15 OF THE CREW WENT
V DOWN WITH THE SHIP
. (Associated Press)
Rome, Nov. 13. The Italian steam steamer
er steamer Firenze has been sunk. The vessel
was torpedoed by a submarine.
Twenty-seven passengers and ninety ninety-six
six ninety-six members of the crew are report reported
ed reported safe. J Six passengers and fifteen
of the crew are missing.
ZEALANDIA HAD NO PAPERS
British Claim They Did Not Violate
Treaties in Searching the Ship
Washington, Nov. 13. The British
embassy has explained to the state
department that when the British
cruiser searched the American steam steamer
er steamer Zealandia, near Progresso, Mexico,
the Zealandia was three-quarters of a
mile outside of the line of Mexican
territorial waters and not inside as
was claimed. The British said they
searched the steamer, for contraband
and they found that although the ship
flew the American flag the Zealandia
had no documents to show her na nationality
tionality nationality or registry.
ATLANTA GIRL WANTED
TO BE ENGAGED
Carried on Fake Correspondence and
Tried to Prove it with a Corpse
(Associated Press) f
Atlanta, Nov. 13. Miss Julia
Choate Crumley, music teacher here,
shipped the body of an unknown man
killed in a railroad accident from Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, saying it was her fiance, Dr.
Alleyne Hensley, of Quebec, Canada.
The suspicions of her relatives and
friends became aroused, and she con confessed
fessed confessed that Dr. Hensley never exist existed.
ed. existed. She carried on a deception of be being
ing being engaged for three years. Miss
Crumley is being attended at the
home of her father, Rev. Howard Lee
Crumley, a former Methodist min minister.
ister. minister. PROBABILITY OF LYNCHING
AT WEST PALM BEACH
West Palm Beach, Nov. 13. The
police are closely guarding a negro
'arrested on suspicion of attacking
Mrs. C. A. Lester, the wife of a local
merchant. The woman fought the ne ne-!gro
!gro ne-!gro off, screaming. A neighbor rush
ed in and the negro fled.
Jewelry, rings, diamonds, watches,
clocks, tools, ammunition, fire arms,
cutlery, etc, at your own price, at the
great auction sale Saturday and Mon Monday
day Monday at the Ocala Pawn Shop. 3t
TJo not fail to attend the auction
sale at the Ocala Pawn Shop Satur Saturdays
days Saturdays and Mondays. Greatest bargains
of your life. ll-ll-3t
OCALA. FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NO VEMBER
NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING
DECLARES THE SEIIAT0I1 FROM FLORIDA
New York, Nov. 13. The necessity
of providing at least 400 auxiliary
ships for the navy as an arm of the
national defense was urged by Sen Senator
ator Senator Duncan U. Fletcher last night
at a meeting of the Acadamy of Po Political
litical Political Science at Columbia University
as justification in itself for the en enactment
actment enactment of a bill for the government
ownership of merchant ships. Senator
Fletcher had charge of the govern government
ment government ship purchase bill in the Senate
last session and his words were listen listened
ed listened to as indicative of plans for en enacting
acting enacting the measure into law at the
"Last January when the ship pur purchase
chase purchase bill was before the Senate, I
pointed out that Great Britain, with
all of its naval establishment, had
found it necessary to commandeer
about 1500 merchant vessels during
the present war,' said the senator.
"I pointed out our need of naval aux auxiliaries.
iliaries. auxiliaries. The need grows on us. The
government is compelled to build and
acquire ships to meet the necessities
of the navy. Navy auxiliaries are a
certain and controlling need. These
auxiliaries can be constructed so as to
serve commerce in time of peace and
be made ready to serve the navy in
time of threatened or actual war. It
is an arm of the national defense
which must be developed and made
Private control of transportation
may serve the purpose today and to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow may join foreign combina combinations
tions combinations in utter disregard of both in investors
vestors investors and the public, he continued
"We must be free from foreign
domination,'' he added. "I do not
know how this can be secured except
by government control, in view of the
great lead that the merchant marines
of other countries have secured."
Was Carrying Dynamite on Board a
Ship of the American Line
New York, Nov. 13. A man going ;
aboard the American liner St. Louis
five minutes before the vessel sailed
for Liverpool was arrested. He car carried
ried carried two sticks of dynamite in a pack
age. He claimed he had forgotten it.
Efficient City Marshal of Ocala and
VESSELS A NECESSITY,
GAINESVILLE TEAM BEATEN ON
ITS OWN GROUND TODAY
BY OCALA GIRLS
(Special to the Star)
Gainesville, Nov. 13, 12:11 p,
The basketball game on the grounds
of the Gainesville high school this
morning, between the home team and
the "Wildcats" of Ocala resulted in a
victory for the visitors by a score of
15 to 5.
Ocala: Forwards, Callie Gissendan Gissendan-er,
er, Gissendan-er, : Lillian Smith; centers, Agnes
Burford, Lesley Jackson guards,
Meme Dairisf Kathleen Leitner; sub substitute,
stitute, substitute, Louise Spencer; line keeper,
Clarence Camp; scorer, E. C. Smith
Jr.; linesmen, Louise Ren tz, Sidney
Gainesville: Forwards, Colclough,
Verna Bullard; centers, Bishop, Grace
Bullard; guards, Colson, Chestnut;
substitutes, Bol tin, Bishop.
Referee, Bertha Smith
i Umpire, Mrs. Gorbert.
Miss Gissendaner made four field
goals and four foul goals ; Miss Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Smith three foul goals; Miss Col Colclough
clough Colclough one. field goal, one foul goal;
Miss V. Bullard, two foul goals.
EMPEROR WILLIAM WILL
VISIT HIS ALLIES
Fraternize with Ferdinand and Smoke
a Pipe with the Sultan
London, Nov. 13. A Daily Mail
dispatch from Copenhagen says that
(Thursday Emperor William passed
through Orzova, Hungary, en route
for Sofia to visit King Ferdinand for
two days. Later the kaiser will in-
spect Gen. MacKensen's armies invad-
ir.g Serbia, and then visit Constanti Constantinople.
nople. Constantinople. Magazine subscriptions sent in by
The Book Shop. 3t
for Office of Sheriff of
French and Serbs Active on
GREAT UNEASINESS FELT AMONG THE ALLIES OVER THE
ATTITUDE OF GREECE
Saloniki, Nov. 13. The entire Bul Bulgarian
garian Bulgarian force operating west of Var Var-dar
dar Var-dar has been endangered by simul simultaneous
taneous simultaneous offensives undertaken by
Serbian arid French troops, accord according
ing according to advices from the front receiv received
ed received here. The Serbians have retaken
and are on the offensive at Supagora
and are reported to have defeated the
Bulgarians in Katchanik pass, de demoralizing
moralizing demoralizing them.
CHURCHILL HAS RESIGNED
London, Nov. 13. It is officially
announced that Winston Spencer
Churchill, chancellor of the Duchy of
Lancaster, has ; resigned from the
cabinet and will join the British army
PROGRESS OF GERMANS SLOW
IN MOUNTAIN PASSES
Progress in the Balkan campaign is
slow. Serbia's allies are making their
presence felt along the Macedonian
frontier. The French are reported io
be within a mile and a quarter of
Veles and have occupied several vil villages
lages villages on the right bank of the Var Var-dar,
dar, Var-dar, but the expected Serbo-French
junction before Rabuna pas3 hasn't
been effected. The Germans are ex experiencing
periencing experiencing the most difficult phase of
their campaign in front of the moun mountain
tain mountain barrier which must be surmount surmounted
ed surmounted before they can hope to completely
disorganize the Serbian army.
FOR DR. NEWSOM
The remains of Dr. W. V. Newsom
were laid to rest in Greenwood cem cemetery
etery cemetery yesterday afternoon. A large
concourse of sorrowing friends was
present, many coming from all parts
of the county to join in paying the
last tribute to a good and useful
The funeral services took place at
the family residence on Fort King
avenue. Revs. Herndon and Gross,
who officiated, were assisted by Dr.
W. H. Dodge, who came from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville to attend the funeral of his
valued friend. The three clergymen
paid touching tribute to the departed,
and spoke words of comfort to the
bereaved relatives and sorrowing
Dr. Newsom 's favorite hymn, "Let
us Cross Over the River and Rest
Under the ,Shade," was beautifully
sung by Miss Cecile Downs.
.Many followed the remains to
Greenwood, where they were rever reverently
ently reverently laid in their last resting place,
the wealth of floral offerings com completely
pletely completely covering the grave from sight.
Unlimited quantities of White Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda Onion plants at 20 cents per
hundred, or $1 per thousand. Phone
14. BITTING & CO.,
St N. Magnolia St," Ocala, Fla.
RHEUMATISM AND ALLIED
PAINS THEY MUST GO!
The congestion of the blood in its
ow causes pain. Sloan's Liniment pen penetrates
etrates penetrates to the congestion and starts
the blood to ow freely. The body's
warmth is renewed; the pain i3 gone.
The "man or woman who has rheu rheumatism,
matism, rheumatism, neuralgia or other pain and
falls to keep Sloan's Liniment in their
home is like a drowning man refus refusing
ing refusing a rope." Why suffer. Get a bottle
of Sloan's. 25c and 50c $1 bottle
holds six times as much as 25 cent
size. No. 3.
ASSAILANTS OF THE .ANCONA
SEEM TO HAVE HAD AN EX EXTRAORDINARY
TRAORDINARY EXTRAORDINARY AMOUNT
(Associated Press) ;
Naples,' Nov. 13 Survivors of the
Ancona, interrogated by the authori authorities
ties authorities at Tunis, are quoted as saying
that the submarine during the night
following the sinking of the vessel
chased the boats filled with survivors
capsizing some of them.
GREAT DAY 0
FOOTBALL TEAMS BATTLING ON
THE NATION'S MOST
Atlanta, Nov. 13. The attention of
southern football enthusiasts is turn turned
ed turned today to the Vanderbilt-Auburn
game at Birmingham as the premier
football event of the South, but inter interest
est interest is also manifest in the Georgia Georgia-Georgia
Georgia Georgia-Georgia Tech game at Atlanta, be because
cause because of the fierce rivalry between the
In the east, Princeton meets Yale
in the second of the so-called major
fames of the season.
Auburn has not been scored on this
season but Vanderbilt is expected to
give the Alabama eleven a hard con con-eest
eest con-eest in view of her consistent play playing.
ing. playing. -' ; v
The betting is five to four in favor
of Georgia Tech. The betting is four
to one that Princetcn beats Yale.
Come in and look at The
Shop's, new framed pictures.
NOTICE OF ELECTION
Under and by virtue of authority
vested in-the undersigned as mayor
of the city of Ocala, a municipal cor corporation
poration corporation organized and existing under
the laws of the state of Florida, I
hereby ; proclaim and give notice that
a municipal election for the city of
Ocala is hereby called and will be
held in the said city of Ocala, Marion
county Florida, on the
14th day of December, A. D. 1915
for the purpose of electing a mayor
of the said city; also one councilman
from the first ward; also one council councilman
man councilman from the second ward; also one
councilman from the third ward; also
one councilman frcm the fourth ward;
also one councilman at large for the
city aforesaid, and hereby appoint the
inspectors and clerks as follows:
WTard No. 1. O. B. Howse, F. B.
Beckham, George Stuart, inspectors,
and W. A. Goin, clerk. 1
Ward No. 2. E. W. Clement, J. H.
Livingston, H. H. Whetstone, inspec inspectors,
tors, inspectors, and Isaac Stevens, clerk.
Ward No. 3. T. B. Barnes, Wm. A.
Jeffcoat, E. M. Williams, inspectors,
and Judge Lester Warner, clerk.
Ward No. 4. EJ W. Kraybill, R. a
Loveridge, OUie Mordis, inspectors,
and W H. McConn, clerk. .
11-13-sat J. D. Robertson,
Mayor of the City of Ocala, Fla.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915
The Girl on the Cover
Advises Movie Stricken
Women and Girls-r-Also
Discusses Movie Wardrobes
S ... .1
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Miss Edith Johnson who herewith
writes her own story .of motion pio
h a 8 developed
within the past
few years Into
one of the most
vesatile of movie
debut in the
know as "the girl
on the cover," her
outside covers of
By EDITH JOHNSON
was nothing ex
citing about my entering motion pic pictures.
tures. pictures. I just wanted to get into the
work and 1 applied to the Selig com
pany because I enjoyed their, artistic
productions. I surely was surprised
when I received word that 1 would be
given a trial, for I bad feared that my
ambition would never be satisfied.
I had been working for a Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia Company posing for illustrations
which appeared on the covers of their
advertising booklets. When I re received
ceived received word from Mr. Selig that an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to enter motion picture work
awaited me, I took the first train for
the West, and arrived as soon as pos
sible in Los Angeles where the great
studios of the Selig Company are lo located.
cated. located. ', I have found it is so much easier for
the men who pose for the camera to
dress than the women that it almost
seems unjust at times. One of the
things which keeps me busy night
after night In my home is planning
new dresses" to wear in forthcoming
It has become almost impossible for
young women without previous theat
rical experience to. secure engage
ments in motion picture productions.
Long lists of experienced theatrical
people are 'waiting for engagement
and there is little opportunity for the
amateurs to gain a livelihood via mo
tion picture acting. And some of
these girls would be sadly disillusion disillusionized,
ized, disillusionized, too. should they engage in the
art. When your screen favorite ap appears
pears appears in the cozy theatre and the or orchestra
chestra orchestra plays and there is applause,
the girls may be pardoned for longing
to become film favorites like the oth others.
ers. others. This is just one side to the situa situation,
tion, situation, however. The other side is not
so attractive. There is the hard toil
which every movie actress must un undergo.
dergo. undergo. Frequently work starts at
7, a. m., and does not finish until late
jft night There are no bright lights,
no applause in the actual work of
movie acting. Instead there Is the
sometimes gloomy studio, suffocating
ly hot under the glass roof in the sum
mer time, often unbearably cold in the
big barn-like structure in the winter
time; there is the director who does
not hesitate to reprimand; there are
the scenes to be rehearsed time and
time again until one is exhausted:
there are the hazards which are nec necessary
essary necessary to undergo in order to provide
the thrills longed for by the audiences
and there is the uncertainty for weeks
or maybe months whether or not your
part has "gone over."
To all "movie-struck girls" 1 would
Film critics tell me that my very
best work was in the part of "Sweet
Alyssum" in the late Charles Major's
appealing story of the same name, re released
leased released as a Selig Red Seal play in five
acts. I am not surprised. The part of
Bay Lake, Nov. 11. Mr. and Mrs.
W. H. Francis and children of Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville are guests of Mr. W. C. 'Kingsley
for a few days.
Mr. E. F. Wilson was a business
.caller in Ocala Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Geiger and two
; bright children, Milton and Meyers,
jof Hopkins, came up Monday to be
guests of Mrs. Geiger's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. M. Waldron. Mr. Geiger
after visiting friends and relatives in
i Ocala and Wildwood, returned home
Sunday. Mrs. Geiger and children
will remain till Christmas.
Mr. E. M. Waldron and son Bailey,
motored up to Palatka Saturday.
Messrs. L. -H. Pinner and Bert
Ergle of Island Grove were visitors
here Friday. i
,,.G .This Stock Must be
bank Sunday. j
Mr. D. R. Waldron, Mrs. R. L.
Geiger and Mrs. D. M. Waldron. were 1
visitors in Fort McCoy Tuesday. j
Miss Maud "Wilson and mother ;
were guests of Miss EditlT Howard
of Turner Farm Friday afternoon. 1
Mr. D. R. "Waldron attended church j
at, Citra Sunday evening. j
Mr. Guyton Melton of Citra was a.
caller Monday and Tuesday.
Messrs. D. M. Waldron, W. H.
Francis, D. R. WTaldron and Bailey
Waldron attended the Alachua fair at
Mire Mock oi the
Our Great Auction Sales Every
Mr. j imffy ofx)CaiawaSa bus. .; A the Talk of the Town. Private sale goes on all the time through
mess caller here Saturday. I ii . .
Misses Donnie and Mattie Waldron the week, when goods are sold, almost at your own price. Christmas is
ofawc'L mt0red ver.toi coming. This is a good time to prepare for it, as among this great stock
Mr. : i. b. waldron is attending are many articles that you will need, and you can save almost half your
school at Burbank. j i 1 i t t l i t t 1 t t
i money on purchases made now. In the big stock, besides hundreds or
Berlin I other articles, are
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Berlin, Nov. 10. Misses Bertha
and. Edna Lowman of Raleigh are
guests of their uncle and aunt, Mr.
and Mrs. H. E. Snowden.
Miss Legie Blitch and Mrs. B. C.
Blitch of Blitchton were callers in
Berlin last Monday afternoon.
Quite a number of our citizens are
attending the Alachua County Fair in
is tnat ot an mno- uamesviue mis wees.
. Miss Katheryn Salter spent the
week-end at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
S. J. McCully last week.
Mr. J. J. Harris of Morriston ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Misses Mabel Hendrix
and Leola Priest of Morriston and
Misses Emma Ekloff and Odo Blitch
of Blitchton, were welcome visitors at
the Fellowship Sunday school last
Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Crumpton and
charming little daughter of Ocala
spent last Sunday guests of Rev. and
Mrs. Z. A. Crumpton.
Miss Una Crumpton is spending
this week in Ocala the guest of rela relatives.
tives. relatives. ... .
Rev. R. J. Gorbett of Altoona will
i preach at the Fellowship Baptist
church next Sunday morning at 11
o'clock; also Sunday evening at 7
o'clock. Everybody is invited to at-
itend. : .,
Mr. George Woods of Ocala was a
caller in Berlin last Sunday evening.
Clothing and Suits, Shoes and Hats, Shot Guns, Rifles and
Revolvers, Ammunition, Cutlery, Tools of all kinds,
Musical Instruments, Jewelry, Watches,
Diamonds, Clocks, Suit Cases,
Hand Bags, Trunks,
Remember, we are positively going out of business, and the stock must be sold.
Store is crowded all day long. Come and get -your share. Such an opportunity was
never heard of heremay never be offered again in the history of Ocala.
iv) If! ill ;J
Next to Ocala Seed Store, .West Side of the Court House.
On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
DADDY, IT'S OUR
productions. It may surprise many to
know that when an actress wears the
same dress In two or three produc productions
tions productions she Is certain to receive a num
ber of letters commenting on the fact.
It is necessary therefore to change
every gown in some manner after it
has been worn in a few scenes in a
motion picture play.
The work is harder than posing for
cover subjects and there is a great
deal of art connected with the work
despite certain contrary statements.
After several years with the Selig
Company, during which I have been
cast for more and more important
role3. 1 can look back and easily notice
the advancement I have made in both
experience and conception of motion
'picture art. I fear I would have been
lost when I started my engagement
with the Selig Company if I had not
had some previous dramatic experi experience,
ence, experience, but even in my schooldays I was
fond of amateur theatricals and fre frequently
quently frequently appeared in them, and this ex experience
perience experience proved very valuable indeed.
There are many hazards encoun encountered
tered encountered in the course of motion picture
.production, but an actress gets used to
that quickly and it becomes a matter
of course a part of her daily life. 1
have got so that I consider the wild
beasts at the Selig Jungle-Zoo as pets
rather than ferocious animals and 1
am told that if I feared them I would
never be able to work in scenes with
them. They are really like little chil children
dren children and one must humor them con continually
tinually continually in order to keep them In the
best of spirits.
There is one thing I feel it my duty
to discuss here and I hope all the girls
who read my story will profit by my
experience. This is my advice to the
hundreds of girls in all parts of the
world who continually write to me ask
ing if there are opportunities for them
to become motion picture actresses.
Some of these epistles come from very
ng girls, too girls who should be
ng of their school work and not
cent young girl, care-free and unso
phisticated. She lives with her father
on a little farm and is the apple of his
eye. And then the stranger comes
into her life. He Is handsome a
school teacher with a past. She loves
the stranger with all her heart and
they elope and are married. Later he
Is arrested for theft and bigamy.
There is a baby which "Sweet Alys Alyssum"
sum" Alyssum" is willing to sacrifice for the life
of her husband. Of course everything
turns out all right and the real villain
I always loved that story and I was
delighted when Director Colin Camp Campbell
bell Campbell cast me for the title role. I was
proud, too, to appear In -a Selig Red
Seal play in a stock "company that in included
cluded included such artists as Tyrone Power
and Miss Kathlyn Williams. I really
and truly lost iuyself in the role, some
thing that Is as possible In motion pic
ture art as on the legitimate stage.
The big .scene where "Sweet Alys
sum" holds her first-born in the line
of fire from her father's rifle in order
to save the life of her young husband,
was rehearsed again and again before
it was satisfactory and I am told the
rehearsing was worth while for the
scene has been pronounced one of the
most intense In motion pictures.
mere is another scene that I Just
know would be praised. That scene is
where Roanoke Brooks confronts his
wife with the hidden finery. It should
be remembered by motion picture lov
ers that "Sweet Alyssum is the first
Selig play in which Tyrone Power and
Miss Kathlyn Williams appear. How
could the scene be otherwise than
tense with those two great stars play
ing opposite to each other? It is ac
tion that Is certain to go down in.o
motion picture history.
Magnolia meat market, phone 167,
North Magnolia street, opposite Flor
ida House, fresh oysters, fish and
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's, the only drug store in Ocala
employing all registered pharma
Florida Growers Rye seed, any
quantity, at the Ocala Seed Store, tf
By Being Constantly Supplied With
Perhaps That's the Reason.
"How are your daughter and her
husband getting along?"
"Very welL We haven't been ( 9ire
to see them lately." Detroit j
McDuff, Va. "I suffered for several
years," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, oi
(his place, "with sick headache, and
Ten years ago a friend told me to trt
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
and 1 found it to be the best tanuly medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all th
time now. and when my children feel a
little bad, they ask me for a dose, and il
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tnea.
We never have a lone soell of sick
ness 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 70 years, and has benefited more
than a million people.
Your druezist sells and recommend
Black-Draught. Price only 25c Get a
Cackle to-day. tlCQ
Our success depends on the success of the community.
We invite any one who needs the service of a strong banking institution"
to call and talk over their plans with us.
The Ocala National
Capital and Surplus $90,000
A. C L. SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersrrarg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday ; and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, WUcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a, m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. nu
RL Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On? Mile East of San Antonio
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MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
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FALL TERH0PENS WEDfJESDAY,SEPT.15, l915
Foes and Friends.
When two men are extremely pe-.
Hte to each other It is a sign that
they don't like each other. But when
they say, "Hello, yon onery old pup!"
and "How's yourself you porch porch-climbing
climbing porch-climbing old horsethlef V they
rood friendi. Cincinnati Enquirer,
Plenty of Experience.
"Have you had any ezperienc? ;
tha lunch business?" asked the c:
of the man who applied for vrc
"Why, I should say so," replied i
energetic youth. "I've been luncl
for almost twenty years." U;;
GIRL DRIVER ill
Miss Eva Cunningham and Winning Car
We Want YOU
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
EIGHTY NEW MAXWELLS IN IN INTERESTING
TERESTING INTERESTING COMPETITION
FOR FLANDERS PRIZES
MISS EVA CUNNINGHAM OF
HAVERHILL, MASS, BEAT
III CROSS COUHTRY TOUR
MAXWELL AVERAGES HIGH
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915
Predicted that W inners Will Have to
Average Better Than 30 Miles
to the Gallon
One of the feature events of the
touring year, the returns from which
are awaited with great interest gen generally,
erally, generally, is the unique competition just
hid by the Maxwell Dealers' Associa Association
tion Association of Zone 1 a sales district in including
cluding including Eastern New York Eastern
Pennsylvania, New England, New
Jersey and Maryland.
The event was an efficiency tour in
which eighty new 1916 Maxwells,
fresh from the factory, competed over
a cross-country course lying between
Buffalo and the dealers' respective
home cities. It followed a visit to
Detroit where the members of the
asosciation had inspected the busy
Maxwell plants, and had purchased
for the run the $52,400 worth of cars
which they used in it.
The dealers took ship at Detroit for
Buffalo, their eighty new automo
biles occupying the hold. At the Lake
Erie port they climbed into their cars
and rolled out for the test.
Each car had been furnished lubri
eating oil and water for the start.
The oil reservoir had been sealed, it
being taken for granted that one gal gallon
lon gallon would be enough to carry any of
the cars to its destination, as none of
the contestants had to travel more
than 1000 miles.
During the run each driver kept
exact track of the amount of gaso gasoline
line gasoline used. On his arrival he filled out
a blank form of affidavit which he
forwarded to Walter E. Flanders, the
Maxwell president and general man manager
ager manager who had donated three cash
prizes as awards to the winners."
Tf ia rnnfirlentlu Ttrfftiftcil that. tht
prize winners in the tour will be
compelled to average better than 30 The Dempsey Hat Shop has opened
miles to the gallon of gasoline a permanent millinery parlors for the
feat which, if realized, will be an al-1 season at the residence of Mrs. W. H.
most revolutionary commentary on ; Hetrick at 229 East' Fort King ave ave-the
the ave-the efficiency design of the modern nue. 10-6t
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The first of the above articles tells of the starting out of the big party in Maxwell cars to make the economy
tests. This was made about two weeks ago. The second story, which has just been sent out,- tells of the
final result of the trip, all of the contestants having reported to headquarters.
This contest, which is absolutely authentic, will answer emphatically the question often asked: "How is
the Maxwell on gasoline and oil consumption?" The Maxwell has the workTs record on gas, oil and tire
v R. R. CARROLL, DISTRI BUTOR, OCALA, FLA.
light, American-built automobile.
During the early stages or the run
several drivers claimed to be excell excelling
ing excelling the 30 mark. As their cars were
then new and had been started with
no preparation except the standard
factory road tests and adjustment,
even better results were hoped for, as
the tour progressed.
Several of the tourists b'ving in
Eastern New York were able to reach
their homes in one day of running by
covering from 200 to 300 miles. For
most of the tourists the run contain contained
ed contained two days of cross-country work.
H. B. Leary, Jr., of Washington, D.
C, and Alvin Piper of Damariscotta,
Me., had three long days of travel
ahead of them at the start, Leary
being nearly 600 miles from home by
the main traveled highway, while
Piper had over 700 miles before him
at the start.
c lke"Wcmcter Car" I
t The 1916 Maxwell is equipped with de demountable
mountable demountable rims, and has the same size tire on
all four wheels. Two vitally important features.
To replace a tire on the road it is only nec necessary
essary necessary to loosen five bolts ; slip off the flat
tire ; slip on spare rim and tire ; tighten three
bolts, and proceed.
We are waiting to take you for a
test ride in the car that has broken
all low "First-Cost" records, and is
breaking all low "After-Cost" records.
g R. R. CARROLL, DISTRIBUTOR g
OCALA.'- bUKiii.. j
Results Tell the Tale
Can you doubt the evidence of this
You can verify Ocala endorsement.
Rev. D. W. Price, 4 Orange street.
Ocala, says: "My kidneys were
weak and at times I couldn't control
the passages of the kidney secre
tions. I was. greatly bothered dur-
On next Sunday evening at the
Baptist church in this city there will
be a lecture by Mrs. Lillian Britton
Fulton, a celebrated orator and white
ribboner, who will speak on "Tem
perance from an Educational Basis.'
Mrs. Fulton comes with the highest
testimonials as a womanly woman, a
clear reasoner and an interesting
speaker. She has spoken in temper temperance
ance temperance campaigns in seven states and
two foreign countries and is now just
. O .I
a m story oi tnai remaricaDie piace
first hand as she worked there for
two years. We solicit for her a large
ing busy hours of the day. I. got a; returned from Panama. She will give
box of Doan's Kidney Pills and be began
gan began using them as directed. They
certainly, acted qtrickly in regulating
the action of my kidneys and reliev relieving
ing relieving the lameness In my -back. I don't
hesitate to recommend them t6 any anyone
one anyone having kidney complaint."
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy remedy-get
get remedy-get Doan's Kidney Pills the same
that Rev. Price had. Foster-Iilburn
Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 11.
To the Members of the Boys' Corn
The express company will bring
our exhibit to the fair free, if you
will send it to me in care of the see
retary of the fair association. I hope
every one of you will get your corn
o the fair by the 22nd of November
Very truly yours
S. J. McCully,
BEWARE CHEAP SUBSTITUTES
In these days of keen competition
it is important that the public should
see that they get -Chamberlain's
coueh remedy and not take substi
tutes sold for the sake of extra proht.
Chamberlains Cough Remedy has
stood the test and been approved for
more than forty years. Obtainable
ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS
This office, will make close, prices
jn sets of tickets for orange packers
for the coming season. Write us for
samples and prices.
d&w tf The Ocal Star.
On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, foi
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
)IARION-DUNN MASONIC TiODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first ana tniro
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. bl. .Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown", Secretary. Ad
CHAPTER SO. 13, R. A. M.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at
8 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown. Sec'y.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
No. 1. Lv Jacksonville, 9:30 p. m.
Ar. Ocala, 1:45 a. m.; "L v. Ocala 1:50
a. m.; Ar. lampa 6:d0 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa 7:30 a. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
9:30 a. m.
No. 3. Lv. Jacksonville 9:30 a. m.;
Ar. Ocala 12:57 p. m.; Lv. Ocala 1:17
p. m.; Ar. Tampa, 5:25 p. m.; Lv.
Tampa, 5:40 p. m.; Ar. St. Petersburg
8 p. m.
No. 9 Limited train; Lv. Jackson
ville 1:30 p. m., Lv. Ocala, 4:30 p. m.:
Ar. Tampa, 7:45 p. m.
No rth Bound
No. 2. Lv. St. Petersburg, 4:30 p.
m.; Ar. rampa, b:5& p. m.; Lv. Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, 9 p. m.; Ar. Ocala, 2:30 a. m.; Lv.
Ocala, 2:35 a. m.; Ar. Jacksonville,
6:45 a. m.
No. 4. Lv. Tampa, 9 a. m.; Ar.
Ocala; 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 1 :20 p. m..
Ar. Jacksonville, 5:25 p. m..
No. 10 Lv. St. Petersburg, 8:30
a. m.; Ar. Tampa, 10:50 a. m.; Lv.
Tampa," 1 p. m.; Lv. Ocala, 4:10 p.
m.; Ar. Jacksonville, 7:15 u. m. Lim Limited
ited Limited train. ,' : '
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge'a hal! the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacl
month at 7 SO o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.v
Mrs". Lillian aimmots, Sec'y..
OCALA LODGE NO. 280, B. P. O E
Oca id Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Ordek" of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Uuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club houat
opposite postulfie, east; side.
H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelscr. Geise Secietary. At.
Five Score Records of Better Than 30
Miles Per Gallon in New
To the amazement of the veteran
road drivers who took part in the re recent
cent recent Maxwell eClciency run from
Buffalo to their homes in New Eng England
land England and the other North Atlantic
states, the first place winner turned
out to be the only woman pilot in the
'Miss Eva Cunningham, daughter of
F. J. Cunningham, Maxwell dealer at
Haverhill, Mass., drove from Buffalo
to Haverhill, 567 miles, on exactly 17
gallons of gasoline an average of
33.37 miles to the gallon. He car
was a new Maxwell roadster.
There is no disputing Miss Cun Cunningham's
ningham's Cunningham's record. Her drive was un under
der under the eye of several witnesses and
the details are set forth in her own
Miss Cunningham's car also went
the route without the addition of a
drop of cylinder oil to the original
supply. This is really the fact which
won her the big slice of the Flanders
prize, as her mileage on fuel was ex- J
celled by two of the other cars in the
big tour those driven by her father
and by George D. Robinson, of Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, Mass. Mr. Cunningham's new
Maxwell touring car averaged 36.85
miles per gallon, and Mr. Robinson's
roadster, 34.9 miles. Each of the
male pilots, however, added a quart of
oil to the original supply. ;
Second prize went to Verne H.
Jackson, of Pen Argyle, Pa., and
third to Joseph De Cantillon, of Meri Meri-den,
den, Meri-den, Conn., the former covering. 368
miles and the latter 474 miles.
Six of the tourists, virtually all of
whom were Maxwell dealers driving
new cars to their homes from Buffalo,
scored averages of better than 30
miles per gallon; sixteen scored be between
tween between 25 and 30 miles. In fact, the
average of the entire tour, including
eighty cars, was very close to 25
miles to the gallon a degree of ef
ficiency almost incredible to those not
acquainted with recent barburetion
development in 'cars of the light,
The tourists who watched Miss
Cunningham's driving praise her
without reservation. She piloted her
car up "Jacob's Ladder" a rolling
climb of 130 miles on high gear,
and showed the most dashing sort of
skill on a number of detours where
rough and difficult roads were met
A year ago a sensation was caused
when a Maxwell, under observation at
Yale University, made a record of
33.2 miles to the gallon. This record
was bettered by three of the cars in
the recent tour, including the one
driven by Miss Cunningham.
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. W atch the
columns of the Star for
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M. E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
NOTICE TO HOUSEKEEPERS
If you want any kind of furniture
repaired, re-upholstered, re-polished
6r remodeled, write me. Satisfaction
guaranteed, and the prices are right.
Fred J. Burden, Box 448, Ocala,
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castle Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial velcome to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell, C. C.
Cha3. K. Sage, K. or K. s. ,2ia
CONCORDIA LODGE T. U. OF A.
Concordia Lodge, Fraternal Union
of America, meets in Yonge'v Hall
2n the second Thursday evening o?
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary Ad.
AYOpDMlSJl OF THE WORLD
Fot King Camp No. 14 mbeU at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30. p. m. every
second and fourth v Friday. Vlsltm?
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, C C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. A warm wel
come always extend d to visitinj
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Put Your Ad. in the Star.
OCALA EVENING STAR SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915
OC ALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
SUNDAY SERVICES AT
THE METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday school, 9:20 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m. Subject, "God's
Junior League, 2:30 p. m.
Senior League, 3:30 p. m.
Preaching 7 p. m.
All cordially invited.
J. M. Gross, Pastor.
CAPITAL and SURPLUS
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
K. R. Carro!!, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
We solicit new business with a view
of making it mutually profitable.
6ne year, in advance ..... .$5.00
Six, months, in advance .k ... 2.50
Three months, in advance. . 1.25
One month, in advance. . .... .50
One year, in advance.
Six months, in advance. .
Three months, in advance.
One .month, in advance....
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
L. Moreton Murray, superintendent.
Preaching services at 11 a. m. and
7 p. m.
Junior Society, 2:30 p. m.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.
SUNDAY SERVICES AT
THE BAPTIST CHURCH
A telegram from New York says
the New York Americans the Yan Yankees
kees Yankees will train in Macon, Ga., next
A lot of saloon fixtures in St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, which cost hundreds of dol dol-dolars
dolars dol-dolars a few months ago, were sold
last week for $10.
Up to date, the Star has not found
any evidence to connect any responsi responsible
ble responsible "wet" man of Ocala with the
persecution of Mrs. :. Washburn and
Editor Benjamin of the Ocala Star,
came he saw, he was amazed and
then converted Gainesville Sun.
Nay, contemporary; we didn't have
to be converted. We went in full
faith and found it fulfilled.
Clarence Woods of the Eustis Lake
Region invites us to go to Eustis to
be his guest and see his sand-oil
road. We would go to Eustis any
day to be Woods' s guest, if there
wasn't any sand-oil road in a hundred
Its all over now. Bob McNamee's
Dixie is out in a double-leaded editor editorial,
ial, editorial, denouncing the Serbians as a na nation
tion nation of robbers and assassins. Dixie
.has hyphenated Americanism so bad
It almost gives it hydrophobia. If
"Dixie doesn't know any more about
Serbia than it does about some things
in a hundred miles of Jacksonville, it
Congressman Frank Clark Says un
equivocally that he favors prepared-
measures xur jjuiung mc uuiteu
States in 'condition to defend itself.
Mr. Clark has patriotism and good
' tj. i j v i i: x
it ... i -w-r t
make him democratic floor-leader in instead
stead instead of Kitchin of North Carolina,
who seems to be suffering from a
severe attack of damphoolishness.
Ocala has established a municipal
rest room. We don't object, but it
may have been unnecessary in Ocala 's
case. The Board of Trade rooms,
where one is lulled by the music of
Rooney's voice, is a mighty fine place
to rest in Ocala. Gainesville Sun.
Not much chance to rest. Rooney
would keep you too busy listening, as
he explained the attractions and ad advantages
vantages advantages of Marion county.
The papers which are stating that
the arrest of Mrs. Washburn and her
friends at Orlando was made by a!
deputy, sheriff from Marion county
are misinformed and unintentionally
misrepresenting that very sensible
and All Shapes.
of All Kinds.
Force of Worf
men for Road
and considerate officer, Sheriff Gallo Galloway.
way. Galloway. The warrant was not put in
Mr. Galloway's hands; if it had been,
he wouldn't have sent one of his dep deputies
uties deputies to Orlando to humiliate respec-
iteble people by a spectacular arrest.
He would have waited until they re returned
turned returned and then notified them that
they were wanted. The officer sent
to Orlando was a district constable,
and we do him the credit to believe
he would have preferred not to go.
Our esteemed contemporary, the
Banner, might consistently use a lit little
tle little of its oft-boasted fairness in quot quoting
ing quoting the Star. This paper has not said
nor even insinuated that Mr. Carlton
or Mr. Kendig was in alliance with
the wets. The Star never makes any
claims to moderation, and when it ex exercises
ercises exercises moderation, it doesn't adver advertise
tise advertise it. People well acquainted with
the Banner can certify that it is just
as much given to printing what suits
it to print as any other paper. Who Whoever
ever Whoever was responsible for the arrest
of Mrs. Washburn and her compan companions
ions companions certainly needs a defender. At
the very best, it was an inexcusable
piece of foolishness.
The president fails to show where
we are to look for the danger against
which" we must arm ourselves he
merely asserts that preparedness is
necessary to a proper sense of our
dignity and our place in the world!
Possibly the president takes it for
granted that we have been reading
the Times-Union and other leading
newspapers of the United States for
the past fifteen months, and that it
would be superfluous to tell us where
to look for the danger.
Horace Stewart Chamberlain, son
of an English admiral, but who has
lived for years in Germany, says
that the struggle between the British
and the Teutons will not be concluded
for a hundred years. He believes the
contest for supremacy will resolve
itself into a war between the English English-speaking
speaking English-speaking races and the rest of the
On the occasion of a recent visit to
Gainesville, we had the pleasure of
meeting John Trice, the editorial
writer on the Sun. Mr. Trice is a big
man mentally and physically a
printer by trade who by sheer merit
has made himself a high place in the
profession of journalism. The Sun
is greatly strengthened by his acces accession
sion accession to its staff.
; The payment of poll taxes has been
stimulated for the past few weeks,
and Collector Colbert and his crew
have been .exceptionally busy today.
He says that over six hundred have
paid their poll taxes in the past ten
days, 90 per cent of whom are ne
groes. Perhaps, after all, the calling
of the wet or dry election at this time
was a blessing' in disguise, as it is a
j well known fact that many of those
who have paid up never do so except
on these occasions.
HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT
Milk examination, dairy, market
and bakery inspection for the month
j October. ;
Excellent, Fausett, Marsh;, .good,
Teuton, Mordis, Magnolia, Heintz,
Cam-Thomas, Carter, Schlemmer,
Dawkins, Lowe, Sarasota, Robinson;
fair, Golman, Kasminski.
Dairies inspected and milk examin
ed as follows:
Markets and bakeries inspected
and scored as follows:
Marion Farms .... .76
Hall's Farm ...79
Hewitt .. .. ......84
No inspection this month.
Roller. .. .55
Pyles .. 70
Close .. .. ....'.80
() Sells only butter and butter
H. F. Watt, City Health Officer.
9:30 a. m. Sunday schooL
11 a. m. Preaching by, the pastor.
Subject, "God in the City."
6:45 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Mrs. Lillian Fulton will
Welcome to all.
Early in life the idea of the Sheki Sheki-nah,
nah, Sheki-nah, as connected with Jewish wor worship,
ship, worship, made a strong impression on us.
There have .been times when we
thought of it as a blending of the red
of the dawn, the gold of he sunset,
the luster of the star, the sparkle of
the dewdrop, and the flash of the
sun-shine all making such beauty as
belongs only to the supernal realm.
Whether or not our aesthetic cow
ception of the Shekinah was correct-
and it must be confessed that there
may be justifiable doubt on the ques question
tion question there is one thing that we da
know: All the rays of moral and
spiritual, light and beauty on earth
and in heaven blended in Jesus Christ.
The glory of all that the mind can
conceive, that the sensibility can feel,
that the will can determine, that the
eye can see, that the ear can hear,
that the hand can touch, from zenith
to nadir, from earth's center to cre creation's
ation's creation's outpost, was found in Him
who was the Son of God. In Him
were the dignity of all character, the
essence of all purity, the tenderness
of all love, the compulsion of all
power, the sweetness of all peace, the
radiance of all hope, the sweep of all
immortality. The Christian Advo
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IV. G. T. U DEPARTMENT
Mrs. E. Van Hood, Editor
Program for World's Temperance
Sunday for Sunday Schools
Recitation, "Two Ballots."
Along in November, when chill was
Two ballots were cast in the box to together.
gether. together. They nestled up close like brother to
You couldnlt tell one of the votes
from the other.
They were both rum votes and sanc-
. tioned the licensed plan,
But one was cast by a whisky seller
And the other by a Sunday school
The Sunday school man had always
For fighting saloons, except when he
He piled up his prayers with holy
And tore them all down on the day of
The Sunday school man no man
could be truer-
Kept busy all summer denouncing the
. brewer, t -
But his ardor cooled .off with the
change in the weather,
And along in the autumn they voted
The foxy old brewer was jolly and
Said he, "I -admire that Sunday school
He's true to his church, to his party
He talks for the Lord and votes for
the brewer. Selected.
Responsibility of the Church Member
Discussion: Different phases of the
liquor question. Three minutes talk
Legal. Liquor traffic is a law
breaker. Sells to minors, and drunk drunkards;
ards; drunkards; sells on Sundays and at. illegal
. Scientific. If alcohol is a stimulat stimulating
ing stimulating food why do arctic explorers re refuse
fuse refuse to use it? Why are soldiers and
athletics refused it ? If a food, why do
life insurance companies of Great
Britain give lower insurance rates to
total abstainers than drinkers ? It is a
feet of thi3 flnenarcotic Poison an should be labeled
Financial. Out of every dollar spent
for alcoholic beverages 75 pef cent,
goes to enrich brewers and distillers.
Only 25 cents remains for revenue.
How long would a grist mill run if it
took thre pecks for toll? Crime, pov poverty
erty poverty and insanity (the products of the
liquor traffic) cost more than the rev revenue.
enue. revenue. :. ' ,.:
Social. Debases manhood, defiles
: womanhood and sets a ban on child-
'hood. One boy in every eight is de
stroyed by the liquor traffic. Have you
a boy to spare ?
Reading: Temperance and Missions.
Co-operation is a phase of work
most vital to success in the whole
field of missions and temperance'. The
, inter-dependence can be shown at a
i TT ., 0, ,
j Slance- The Umted States Wlth each
missionary sent, averages 13,000 bar-
rels of whisk v and rum. A Boston
brewery' 'contracted to supply 300,000
I gallons a day to a trade on the Congo.
Dr. Nassau, the patriarch of West
j Africa, said at Clifton Springs:
i"Heathen and Moslem chiefs, and
even traders, protest against the en enormities
ormities enormities of the liquor traffic.'
Rev. H. Gratton Guinness (China)
says: "There is no question whatever!
that this accursed drink traffic has
been one of the greatest hindrances
to the spread of civilization and
Dr. Albert Bushnell (Africa) says:
"Alcohol is the burning curse of Af Africa."
rica." Africa." :v ':
Rev. Thomas Evans (India) says:
"Prayer and co-operation alone can
meet the case."
The able editor of Mission Studies,
Chicago, says: "It behooves us to
strive with all our strength to abolish
the liquor traffic, the stupendous ob obstacle
stacle obstacle to missionary success."
In Siam, a missionary declares the
church "a great temperance society."
In India moral leaders rnnite with
missionaries in this reform.
"Temperance societies and mission missionary
ary missionary societies must affiliate to develop
the latent power of the church and to
present united a front to the foe."
"The need of the hour is to arouse
the Christian church to shoulder re-
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trip through South Florida. Mrs.
Knight, who accompanied them, stop stopped
ped stopped off in Lakeland for a few days'
visit to Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Ritchie
from a few days stay in Gainesville,
where they have been guests of
friends daring the fair.
Thought for the Day
The man or. woman without a pur purpose
pose purpose is never happy, matters not as
to health or wealth. Some of the
most wonderful inventions have been
wrought by invalids; some of the
most beautiful thoughts have blos blossomed,
somed, blossomed, in to deeds that sprung from
the hearts of those who were suffer suffering
ing suffering physical pain. Do not allow your yourself
self yourself to live without a purpose. Learn
your capabilitfes. and make use of
them. John G. Whittier. 4
were given a merry greeting by Miss
Dickson, assisted by her mother and
Mrs. C. R. Kreger, who saw that
nothing was left undone for the
pleasure of the little ones. The din din-.ng
.ng din-.ng room was arranged in Christmas
decorations with a huge white cake
and red and white candles, lighted.
Ice cream and individual cakes were
served and pretty boxes with Santa
Claus heads filled with fruits were
given as souvenirs. Many beautiful
birthday remembrances were receiv received
ed received by the winsome hostess, her guests
being Misses Virginia Peek, Martha
and Mary Roess, Dorothy Frank,
Lucile Horne, Marguerite Sexton,
Mary Cam, Tina Chazal, Dorothy
Adams, Cora Killebrew, Frances Mc Mc-Iver,
Iver, Mc-Iver, Margaret Gerig, Mary Troxler,
McClure Stephens, Paul Theus, Fred
Blalock and Harry Clarkson.
Mrs. Port Leavengood, Mrs. Loder-
The eight o'clock dancing club gave
the opening dance of the season last
evening at the Woman's Club rooms.
The affair was very enjoyable to all
the members and their guests, many
of whom were dancing while others
enjoyed looking on. Mr. R. L. Ander-1
son Jr. with his sister, Mrs. R. C.
Camp, led, executing several unique
steDS unfamiliar to many of the danc
ing set: To the strains of Needham's : ick M- Jones, Mrs. Etta Hood Robin-
orchestra the light fantastics were'on and Mr. Bruce Meffert returned
tripped until near the midnight hour.!ast evening from Gainesville, where
Those present, participating in this thev had been attending the big
delightful diversion, were Misses Alachua County Fair. Hansel Leav Leav-Mary
Mary Leav-Mary Burf ord, Martha Kate Rentz, cngood and Roscoe Meffert will return
Marion Long, Dorothy Schreiber, .tonight, having stayed over to see
Blair Woodrow, Mildred Groman, the 0cala "Wild Cats" trim the
Hope Robinson, Caroline Harriss, Gainesville basket ball team this fore-
Ruby Gissendaner and Ethel Hay-. noon-
craft; Messrs. Phil Robinson, Clar
ence Meffert, Carlisle Izlar, Whitfield
Palmer, Albert Harriss, Robert And-
Mrs. Herbert L. Anderson of Jack
sonville, formerly of this city, will be
erson, Leslie Anderson, John Chazal, the hostess of a very large charity
Sam Mathews, Robert Clarkson, Dun- card Party on next Wednesday af-
can McDonald and Holmes Walters, tsrnoon at her home on Monroe and
The married couples dancing were Mr. '.-Market streets, the proceeds to go to
and Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, Dr. and Mrs. Daniel Memorial Orphanage and
H. C. Dozier, Mr. and Mrs. Jack lAme f or the Friendless. She will be
Camp, Mr. and Mrs. Hilands, Mrs. R. assisted by Mrs. George Powell, Mrs.
C. Camp and Mrs. Robert Allen Bur- s- B- Hubbard and Mrs. Edward
ford. Looking on for all or a portion L'Engle.
of the evening were Mr. and Mrs.5
Chazal, Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Finch, i Miss Collie Clark enetrtained the
Mr. and Mrs. Allison Wartmann, Mr. junior members of the Methodist
and Mrs. E. L. Crook, Mr. and Mrs. sewing circle at her home this after after-A.
A. after-A. C. Hamrick, Mrs. G. K. Robinson, 'noon. The young people assembled
Mrs. Mills-Price, Miss Eugenia Ful-, about 3 o'clock. The entire afternoon
ler, Miss Annie Atkinson and Miss was devoted to needlecraft after
Bettie Mclver. During intermission which Miss Clark assisted by her
chicken sandwiches and hot coffee mother served fruit punch and cake.
were the refreshments passed inf or-;
mally from the kitchen. The gowns: Mr x t Trm.H T.,w,.,i o
worn upon this occasion were very n j
, ... , .. , brother of the governor, arrived in
ueauiuui aim eutaeu mutu uesmeu m-iw j .
admiration. Following the lovely af-. f. nn cfcUrJS
fair of last evening will be the ' fr,,ii v j
... . . nue. Mr. Trammell will be joined on
Thanksgiving dance which will be nnA-v. xf.c TVoii ti.n
held on the evening of the 26th. ,u -. krt rtW
'00 uyinwyu nnn tuc lual lull guu
- 1 , 'Exchange and may make his home
Miss Annie Atkmson left this morn- vere
ing for a week-end visit to Mr. andi
Mrs. W. M. Dale and family in Gaines- , V
ii An- -,, u Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt and sis-
villA Mice A tlrinonn -anil imn th J -w -"-. wo
Gainesville representatives on Tues-' ter' J?isf Ernesne Brooks, have re-j
Miss Eugenia Fuller was the host hostess
ess hostess of the young ladies' auction club
this afternoon at the home of her
grandmother, Mrs. William Martin
on We st Broadway. Three tables
were placed for the players in the at
tractive sitting room and the ever
fascinating gave of auction enjoyed
for several hours. At the "conclusion
of the afternoon Miss Fuller served
delicious fruit salad, "wafers, nut
bread, pickles and tea. o her guests.
Besides the members playing were
Miss Irene Campbell of DeLand, Mrs.
Mills-Price, Miss Mary McDowell and
Miss Dorothy Lancaster. The guest
prize was an equisitely embroidered
collar, the handiwork of the clever
hostess, and to the club member
holding the highest score was given
a pair of embroidery scissors. THe
afternoon as Miss Fuller's guests was
one of much pleasure and thoroughly
The Philathea class of the Baptist
church, chaperoned by Rev, and Mrs.
Bunyan Stephens, Dr. and Mrs. E.
Van Hood and Mrs. Will Goin, en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a very lovely picnic and camp
fire supper last night near the lime
pit on the Silver Springs road. The
crowd consisting of about forty, went
out in automobiles about 7 o'clock.
Great camp fires had beenv lighted and
through, the moss covered trees and
low growing shrubbery the ; reflection
was cheery and brilliant. When all
had assembled the bounteously pre prepared
pared prepared supper was served from snowy
linen spread upon the ground under
the trees, and such a spread as it
was with all the delicacies and sub sub-stantials
stantials sub-stantials known to local delicatessen
art; it was indeed a feast of good
things and done full justice to by a
merry, jolly party. After supper a
short business session followed, the
meeting being a most satisfactory
one. The evening was a perfect one
for such an entertainment, being clear
and warm with a new southern, moon
which shed its softest beams to make
more perfect the pleasure of all pres present,
ent, present, .-v.
Mrs. R. Beck of Wacahoota, and
Mrs. Will Edwards of Ocala, are in
the city during fair week, visiting Dr.
(and Mrs. C. G. Mixson.
Among other Ocalans visiting the
Alachua fair yesterday were Mr.
Bruce Meffert and Mrs. Etta Hood
Mr. and Mrs. George MacKay,
prominent residents of Ocala, spent
Friday in Gainesville, during which;
time they visited the county f air.
Miss Virginia Sistrunk of Ocala, is
visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
W. M. Dale. Gainesville Sun.
Mrs. Edward Holder, Mr. and Mrs.
J. D. Robertson and son, Master Jack
Robertson, Mr. and Mrs.. George Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and sons and Mrs. W. D. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor spent yesterday visiting the Alach Alachua
ua Alachua county fair.
Mrs. Lang, who has been the guest
of her sister, Mrs. W. W. Avera, re returned
turned returned to her home in Ocala .last
night. Gainesville Sun.
day for DeLand, where she will spend
all of next week attending the state
Quite a number of young ladies
met yesterday afternoon at the high
school and organized a literary club,
the meetings to be held each first and
third Thursday in each month. Miss
Adele Bittinger was unanimously
elected president and Miss Hope Rob
inson, secretary and treasurer. The
full number of members will be de
cided up6n at the next meeting which
will be held at some one of the mem
bers' homes and the full routine of
winter work mapped out. Admitted
for membership at yesterday's meet
ing, besides the officers mentioned,
were Misses ;. wester uewey, tiien
Clarkson, Mary and Anna McDowell,
Nellie Gottlieb, Helen Brown, Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen Jackson, Annie' Atkinson, Alice
Bullock, Mary Burf ord, Bettie Mclver,
Edith Williamsj Rosebud Robinson
and Tommie Abernathy.
Mr. and Mrs. Gay of Jacksonville
were guests of Mr. and Mrs. D. E.
Mclver today, coming down from
Gainesville this morning in their car,
where they have "been enjoying the
Alachua fair for several days.
Dickison chapter, U. D. C. held a
meeting this afternoon at the home
of Mrs. E. L. Carney, instead of yes yesterday
terday yesterday as had been announced, it be being
ing being the time for the annual election
of officers. A full report will be giv given
en given in Monday's paper, as the hour of
the meeting was too late for today's
Mrs. Campbell and daughter, Miss
Irene Campbell of DeLand, are guests
for the week-end of Mr. and Mrs. W.
W. Stripling on Fort King avenue.
Before returning to her home, Miss (
Campbell will nay a short visit to
Mrs. James Taylor.
Little Miss Elizabeth Dickson, the
wee daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. K. i
Dickson, entertained about twenty of,
her friends yesterday afternoon at a
very beautiful party at the home of j
her parents on Oklawaha avenue in :
celebration of her fifth birthday. The
guests arrived near three o'clock and
turned; from a delightful automobile
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger is visiting
friends in Jacksonville for a few
Judge David Williams is spending a
few days as the guest of Mr., and
Mrs. R. A. Alfred at Port Inglis.
"Mrs; Frank Drake and daughter,
Miss Gladys, have returned to their
home in Ocala, after a pleasant visit
to the former's sister, Mrs. Thomas
Stevens. Gainesville Sun.
Mrs. J. J. Walters and Miss Louise
Sanders will return this evening
KENDRICK W. C. T. U.
The regular meeting of the Ken Ken-drick
drick Ken-drick W. C. T. U. was held Tuesday
afternoon, Nov. 9th, at the church. In
the absence of the president, the vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, Mrs. W. B. Livingston,
opened the meeting by reading the
6th chapter of Matthew.
Song, "Scatter Sunshine."
Prayer by Mr. O. G. Olin.
The W. C. T. U. and the Missionary
Society having united in holding a
week of prayer, services are being
held at the church each afternoon
this week, and hence the business
meeting was made very brief.
; Mrs. George Chappell, evangelistic
superintendent, had charge of the re
mainder of the services. As a scrip
tural lesson she read the 15th chap
ter of John, the parable of the vine
yard, followed by an excellent talk on
the work of her department.
Three excellent papers were then
read and commented upon as follows:
1. Caring for the Vineyard, by:
Mrs. W. B. Livingston.
2. How Christ Organized for Per Personal
sonal Personal Work, by Mrs. Clark.
3. ; Eternal Issues, by Miss Julia
'The meeting was closed with a spe special
cial special prayer and altar service.
. The next meeting will be held on
Tuesday afternoon, Nov. 23rd, at the
home of Mrs: W. B. Livingston. A
cordial invitation is extended to all to
be present. Julia H. Webb,
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traps shot by more of the men who are setting the pace m tne
sport than any other make of guns in the world.
In the matter of Shells where is the sportsman who does
not know the Remington-UMC "Speed Shells," Steel Lined Lined-all
all Lined-all the drive of the powder kept back of the shot, and showing
results that flatter any make of gun?
For the right dope see the Remington-UMC Dealer. He
displays the Red Ball Mark of Remington-UMC 'the sign
that his store is Sportsmen's Headquarters of the town.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915
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Demonstration of what can be Accomplished on the Farms and in the
lomes of Marion County. We claim our's the Best County in the
state of Florida for General Farming and Stock Raising. Come and Let Us
Prove it -You he the Judge.
Tie lifereit lepartiieif will Pktare He Comity's laiy le ire
TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 23,
, FLORIDA DAY
The Industrial Parade will escort
the Govener of Florida to the Fair
Grounds, where he will make the
opening address before the grand
The Industrial Parade is in charge
of the Young Men's Club, and will be
a most interesting feature. Railroads
are giving reduced rates, and general
admission to the grounds is 35c.
The Amusement Features Will be Provided by the
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 24
Hon. Champ Clark will be the
guest of the Fair Association and
will make a short address at the Fair
Grounds, and will lecture at the
Temple' Theater at night.
Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner
Will be served by the Ladies' of
Oeala, who have secured the main
Eeach day cf the Fair will have
its numerous and varied attractions.
3 l I l m
FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 26
The Parade of School Children, the Girl's Can Canning
ning Canning and the Boy's Corn Clubs will be the lead leading
ing leading special feature of the forenoon. The Parade
will leave the Courthouse Square promptly at
10 a. m. ;
Prize3 for the Girl's Canning Club and for the
Boys' Corn Club will be awarded before the
Grand Stand, by Superintendent Brinson.
Hon. W. A. McRae and State Superintendent
Sheats will address the Children.
School Children will be supplied with tickets
at 10 cents each, good for this date only.
On this day the results of the Better Babies
Contest, held under the auspices of the Woman's
Club, will te announced from the Grand Stand, in
the afternoon. Seats will be reserved for the
mothers and babies. See the daily Fair Program
for further particulars.
The Jones Shows are no strangers in Ocala. For years they have been the
great attraction at the Fair Grounds, and this year, with many new features, they
will prove a still greater feature. I REE ATTRACTIONS in front of the grand
stand each day. Music each day by Vittucci's Royal Italian Band.
i Every Day beginning at 1.30 p. m., there will be Horse Racing
(Trotting. Pacing and Running.) This year there will be seen
some of the best and fastest horses ever put on the local track.
Motor Cy clc Races; by Marion County Riders only, and on one day only. See
For other Special Attractions see do ily program.
JOHNNY JONES SHOWS
No one can very well afford to miss this great
exposition show. There is a whole street of fun
for everyone, old and young alike. Good music,
shows that are clean, fun making and instruc instructive.
tive. instructive. Some of the features are as follows:
BETTY THE ALLIGATOR GIRL
HAPPY JACK, THE SEA LION BABY
THE FLEA CIRCUS
TEN-IN-ONE SIDE SHOW
DAKOTA MAX WILD WEST SHOW
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MO!?w3l33flP3 lx Wbitors SG eS a on
Tickets, $1; Single Admissions; Adults, 35c; Children
under 12 years old, 20c, under 5 years, free. Grand
Stand Admission: Adults 25c, Children 15c
REMEMBER THE DATES
EWVEFJ3(3EK 23 to 2S
And Attend the Fair All Four Days
WILD ANIMAL SHOW WITH THE JOHNNY JONES SHOWS
PERFORMING GOATS WITH THE JOHNNY JONES SHOWS
ST IS BRS T
J. M. MEFFERT, President.
GEO. J. BUTCH, Treasurer.
A. C. COBB, Secretary.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915
Cotton Plant, Nov. 10. Our farm
ers are bu3y digging potatoes. Some
have made a fairly good yield, others'
having a poor yield. The gardens are
Mrs. D. N. Barco and bright son
returned Sunday from a several days;
business and pleasure trip to Arcad-:
ia. En route home they stopped off
at Inverness with Mrs. G. I. Single-1
Dr. and Mrs. W. R. O. Veal of Mar-!
tcl were callers at Mr. C. R. Veal's'
Prof. G. F. Turner and Miss Helen
-Thornton, the efficient teachers of
Cotton Plant and Homeland, were be-
tween train visitors to Ocala Satur-;
The Amusement Club held it3
weekly meeting at the home of Mr.
Harry Woodward last Wednesday!
night with a "tacky party." Every-?
one enjoyed hearty laughs as the
"tackies" would come in. The club':
meets this week with Miss Parker, j
Mr. W TJ RolfinyT rif Mnrt.pl nt.
tended Sunday school Sunday and
was the dinner guest of Mr. and Mrs J
A. W. Woodward. ;
Tl KT T" 1- ir 1 i
xj. n. xarco is Kavmg ms nouse-
hold goods hauled over from. Leroy ;
this week, they having been shipped
up from Arcadia. :
Miss Rachel Veal was the guest of
Miss Helen Veal of Leroy : Sunday
Mr. F. M. Morris was a visitor to
Ocala Monday afternoon. C i
Messrs. W. D. Parker, A. S. Har-'
roun, Harry Woodward and Misses
Helen Veal and Carrie Barco motored
to Ocala Monday evening and in com-;
pany with Miss Katie Mae Eagleton'
attended the picture show. After en-
joying the pictures the young folks!
spent some time at the home of Miss
Katie Mae very pleasantly before re-,
Brother G. O. Turner of Gaiter, will
be at St. Johns church Sunday and
preach for us. Sunday school at the,
usual time and preaching immediate immediately
ly immediately afterwards. j
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie :
L. Home regret very much to hear
of the serious accident which befel
their little girl last week. The news
was received through the school chil-(
dren and we hope was not as serious
as thought for.
D. M. Barco attended quarterly j
conference meeting, at Dunnellon
Saturday. He reports a good meet-1
ing and work progressing at all the
charges on the circuit, altho all are a
little behind with the pastors salary,
but are sure of paying up in full be-!
fore the close of the conference year.
Remember, the third Sunday in No-
vember will be Brother Major's last
appointment here before conference.!
Let everybody come out and rally to,
the support of our church and its
cause. : ;
Mr. W. E. Veal of Leroy was a
business visitor to Tampa Saturday.
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j Ii UUy ViUkJ' li HilUl
Blitchton, Nov. 10. Miss Mabel
Hendrix of Morriston was the week weekend
end weekend guest of her sister, Mrs. B. C.
Mr. Fenton Blitch, Miss Opal
Blitch and Miss Emma Ekloff spent
Saturday in Ocala. I
Mr. J. T. Burgess spent Saturday
Misses Legie Blitch, Emma Ekloff
and Rowena Hammons were guests
of friends at Morriston Friday night.
. Messrs. J. W. Coulter and W. P.
Hammons visited Morriston Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. . ;;
Mr. Roy W. Lewis of Lake City,
preached here Sunday to a large au audience.
dience. audience. .''.-.'.
The Lake City papers are loud in
their praise of the star game Quar Quarterback
terback Quarterback Blitch played in Lake City
Saturday against the football team
, from Tif ton, Ga. Captain Loonis
Blitch made many spectacular runs,
and proved himself a mighty receiver
of forward passes. t ..
Miss Legie Blitch and Miss Rowena
Hammons returned Friday from In-
Dr. D. M. Boney
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(j j)WN your own car, pay for it as you use it that's the whole
Story. I ou acquire properly you Duy a norae you even
furnish it on the same basis Then why not an automobile ?
I have supreme confidence in the permanency of the wonderful Maxwell or organization
ganization organization and in the performance of the Maxwell automobile. I know that it
represents the greatest "dollar-for-.dollar" value to be found anywhere.
That's why I have selected the Maxwell as the most logical car for my "Pay-as-You-Ride"
policy. I know your satisfaction in the Maxwell will increase day
after day and year after year throughout the entire life of the car. :.
I say "a sensation"; because it shat shatters
ters shatters the one barrier that has always
stood between the man of moderate
means and the possesion of a ieliable
motor car. It ends the sacrificing of
your savings the danger of financial disaster that results from
tieing up a large amount of money in almost anything but gold
bonds or real estate.
It enables you to know the benefits of the: automobile in business
and pleasure, by extending Xo you the privilege of completing
your actual investment after your purchase as you can af af-ord.
Already the phenomenal sales of he 1916
Maxwell shavv an absolute buying stam stampede
pede stampede to the Wonder Car."
The 1916 Maxwell is bej ond all question the
car of lowest first-cost and lowest after-cost
and it has reduced all economy reoords for:
1ST MILES PER GALLON OF GASOLINE.
2ND MILES PER GALLON OF LUBRICATING OIL.
3RD MILES PER SET OF TIRES
4TH LOWEST YEAR-IN AND YEAR OUT REPAIR BILLS
FOR POWER, SPEED, FLEXIBILITY, STAMINA, BEAUTY,
LUXURY A'ND COMFORT, THE 1916 MAXWELL HOLDS POSI POSITIVE
TIVE POSITIVE SUPREMACY. COME IN AND GET COMPLETE FREE
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NOTHING EXTRA TO BUY BUT THE LICENSE
The 1916 Maxwell is completely equipped. Electric Starter, Electric
Lights, Demountable Rims, High-tension Magneto, Improved Instru Instrument
ment Instrument Board with all instruments set flush, "One-man" Mohair Top,
New Streamline Design, Wider Front and Rear Seats, Handsome
Rounded Radiator and Hood. Every feature and refinement of
cars selling at twice its price. The 1916 Maxwell full five passen passenger
ger passenger Touring Car, delivered in Ocala for
Fkwm 51 ami
Never before has such an
opportunity been yours.
Opportunity real dependable, nation-'
aJly-popular automobile offered on this plan.
This offer merits your consideration. It is sound, sensible, bona bona-fide.
fide. bona-fide. For every maneyen of moderate means it is an excep exceptional
tional exceptional business proposition.
At least, let's talk it over. Let me prove to you the value of the
offer personally. It will not place you under lany obligation to
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I have recenUy 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 classes.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
verness, where they were guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Lirdsay Davis during
the Marion Association.
The farmer? are busy grinding
Messrs. G. V. Blitch and Fenton
Blitch visited the Brick City Wednes
day. .. .;'
Mr. W. H. H. Blitch of Morriston
Mr. Henry Gordon is making a fine
road, working the county convicts.
FREE UNTIL 1916
Have you subscribed yet for the
Youth's Companion for 1916? Now
is the time to do it, if you are not al
ready, a subscriber, for you will get
all the issues for the remaining weeks
!of 1915 free from the time your sub
scription with $2.50 is received.
The fifty-two issues of 1916 will.be
crowded with good reading for young
'and old. Reading that is entertain
ing, but not "wishy-washy." Reading
that leaves you, when you lay the
paper down, better informed, with
keener aspirations, with a broader
outlook on life. The Companion is a
good jpaper to. tie to if you have a
growing family and for general
reading, as Justice Brewer once said,
no other is necessary.
If you wish to know more of the
brilliant list of contributors, from our
ex-presidents down, who will write
for the new volume in 1916, and if
you wish to know something of the
new stories for 1916, let us send you
free the forecast for 1916.
Every new subscriber who sends $2
for 1916 will receive, in addition to
this year's free issues, the Companion
Hom Calendar for 1916. Address the
Youth's Companion, Boston Mass.
New subscriptions" received at this
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
DISTRESS IN THE STOMACH
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
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. Adr.
TIRES AND TUBES VULCANIZED
Do not wait; bring your tires and
tubes to me NOW and have them
Respect Your loved Ones
Who Have Passed Away
By erecting to their memory a Tombstone over their
resting place. It is the last tribute you can show them.
Our facilities for "making all kinds of
MONUMENTS, HEADSTONES, MARKERS,
or CEMENT FENCING, ETC
are unsurpassed, and our prices will be found
Able. Let us submit specimens of our work.
.address .. ;;
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
Opposite Catholic Church
NORTH MAGNOLIA ST. OCALA, FLA.
Call reason-Call or
properly vulcanized as soon as the
need appears. We do the work right
and GUARANTEE results. Davies,
the Tire Man. 4-tf
Advertise in the Star.
No. 71 Leave Talatka, f :30 a.
arrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1:05 p.
arrive Palatka, 5:25 p. in.
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1915
ACCIDENT TO MRS. 3IUNROE
OP, A T A OnOT TRFNOFS 1
; Dr. W. H. Dodge left this afternoon
or his home 'in Jacksonville-
Mr.'' H. G. Dunn is
Citra in the city today.
The following reports of tempera temperature
ture temperature and rainfall are made to the Star
by the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe,. every morning:
Max. Min. Rain
Mr. E. O. Cordrey, the fruit grow grower
er grower from the Oklawaha valley, is in the
city today on business.
Mr. C. C. Priest, the Burbank farm farmer
er farmer and stock raiser is among the bus business
iness business visitors in the city today.
Mr. Morris Fruchtman has return returned
ed returned from a business visit to Palatka.
He also looked in on the big Alachua
County Fair during his absence.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. McRainey, of
Wild wood, are among the prominent
visitors in the city today.
Mr. E. K. Nelson returned to his
home in Tampa this morning after a
few days ,in this vicinity, transacting
Mr. II. M. Hampton has returned
from a business trip to Tampa. While
in that city he was registered at the
Mr. Jos. W. Dodge, the veteran
painter and decorator, returned home
this afternoon from Gainesville.
November 1 ...... ..79
November 2 ....... .79
November 3 78
November '4 76
- As we go to press we learn that
Mrs. T. T. Munroe was the victim of
an accident at Rockwell this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. She with Mr. Munroe and sev-'
eral others were standing on the rear
of a caboose on the Standard & Portj
Inglis train when the engine which'
had been shifting, struck the train j
throwing her down on the floor,
severely Druising ner. atie- was
brought to the city by Mr. J. A. Grum Grumbles
bles Grumbles in his car and is now at her
borne. It is thought, that no bones
are broken. ':
Rust Proof Oats, Burt (or 90-day)
oats, Hastings 100-bushel oats and
Fulgham oats for sed pow in, at the 8
Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
Fair tonight and Sunday, slightly
colder north portion.
Popular Mary Pickford will be pre presented
sented presented in the Paramount pictures on
Monday at the Temple theater in the
beautiful play "Unafraid.? These
Paramount pictures are of the very
best and it behooves Ocala to uphold
these splendid features that our pic picture
ture picture house can be kept up to the
standard of purity in its shows. Ocala
wants only the best, and if she de
mands it it is an easy matter to make
A new package, Galvin's Orange
Cocoanut Creams, 40 cents a pound,
at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
Galvin's Orange Cocoanut creams,
40 cents a pound at Gerig's Drug
The auction sale at the Pawn Shop
has been going full blast all day and
many of the patrons are happy over
bargains they secured. Mr. Herzen Herzenberg
berg Herzenberg the auctioneer, keeps everybody
in a good humor all the time, and he
' invites the ladies especially to be on
hand tonight, when he will present
them with pretty souvenirs. Among
these souvenirs are splendid repro repro-ductionS'
ductionS' repro-ductionS' 'of famous paintings which
t anyone may well feel proud to possess.
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j For drinking, dilute
with pure water j
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
Is the most acceptable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent
YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
LY PROMPTLY DONE
Come early before the rush begins.
Mr. W. H. Bosworth is among the
visitors in the city today. He says
the people of the phosphate section
are very much encouraged over the
prospects of the mines opening up
Several of the smaller ones are al
ready in operation, and preparations
are active lor resuming in many
Don't forget to keep up with the
new magazines at The Book Shop. 3t
Mr. R. D. Zetrouer, the leading cat
tle man of northwestern Marion
county, shipped a large herd of cat
tie to a, Tampa packing house this
week. A number of the cattlemen of
that section are now ; feeding their
stock on velvet beans and will in a
few weeks have them ready for the
market. Several carloads of hogs
will also be ready to move as soon as
the weather grows cooler.
Mrs. J. E. Redwine of Philadelphia
is here for the winter. She is at pres
ent stopping at the Ocala House.
Mr. Andrew J. Markham one of
Marion's leading citizens of the
Romeo section, is in the city today on
business. He paid the Star office
Fresh seeds of all
Ocala Seed Store.
Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies fcy express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala
M am immr M
AY, i3-; 18th
AY, K3- Mth.
Mr. Sandlin, manager of the Mar
ion Sub-Exchange, spoke to the Star
his morning about a number of chil
dren who are in the habit of going
into the packinghouse and picking up
oranges. Mr. Sandlin says he doesn't
mind the children having a few or oranges,
anges, oranges, but it is dangerous for them
to be around the machinery; there
fore, he thinks it his duty to bar them
out. Some of the machinery, while
not dangerous for a grown person,
might cripple or kill a child.
"or these two days we will offer
1000 Yards of DARK COLORED
&k (IP (Sr.: j?)
Ladies' do not fail to attend the
great auction sale at the Ocala Pawnj
Show Saturday, Nov. 13th. I will
give each of you a handsome souvenir.
Henry Herzenberg, Auctioneer. 3t
Rev. E. E. Shelhamer, district I
elder of the Atlanta district of the F. j
3Va. E. church, will be in town next
week and will hold services in the
North Ocala church, beginning Sun
day night at 7 :30 and every night
next week. He will be accompanied
by his wife. Both are widely known
evangelists, having traveled over the
United States and been around the
Each lady attending the great auc
tion sale Saturday, Nov. 13th, at the
Ocala Pawn Shop, will be given a
handsome souvenir free bu Auction-;
eer Herzenberg. 3t '
. : pST" "WHERE YCWti.L uC j
Real 25c Value !hMAWfCv Look at Windows
; p ArLomDyy )
ry a DAILY STAR Want Ad-It Pays
In connection with the superb lec lecture
ture lecture of Mrs. L. B. Fulton & the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church there will be a special
musical program with orchestra.
Bear in mind the date, Sunday eve evening,
ning, evening, 7:30 at the Baptist church.
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 Philathea class of the Baptist
Sunday school will be glad to receive
orders for paper flowers. If you are
planning to decorate your car or float
for the fair parade, you will do well
to consult Mrs. W. A. Goin, who will
have charge of the work.
The hunting season opens Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, Nov. 20th. The auction sale at
the Ocala Pawn Shop offers you an
opportunity to secure a gun at your
own price. Auctions each Saturday
and Monday. Private sale all other
days at and below cost. 3t
hfiirit Mr rill Qari fit;
PHONES 47, 104, 305
f 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
The many friends of Elwood Ray
mond, better known as Elwood "the
boy .wonder," fancy and trick roller
skater and dancer, will be glad to
learn that he is back in Ocala to at attend
tend attend school to finish his education.
Elwood has delighted audiences all
through the state of Florida upon the
stage and has refused some tempting
offers from theatrical companies to
travel with them through Florida and
Georgia this winter, but decided to
finish his education in Ocala first.
A complete line of Alpine Flax sta stationery
tionery stationery at cost. The Court Phar
Mr. Henry Gordon who has charge
of the county convict road gang at
Blitchton, is in the city today on business.-
He says work is rapidly mov moving
ing moving towards the Levy county line,
having now passed west of Blitchton.
His crew has dwindled rather low in
numbers, there being only ten men in
his gang now.
Mr. Robert C. Thagard of Wildwood
is a business visitor to the city today.
He reports, the arrival at his home a
few days ago of a pretty little daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, who is doing nicely.
A recent census shows that New
York city has over 5,000,000 popula population.
Send us your prescriptions. We
give you prompt and efficient service.
The Court Pharmacy. 4-6t
For plumbing ana electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
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.
Our sheet music stoclc Is up-to-date,
3 2-tf Lattner's Hano Store.
Pictures framed neatly at The
Book Shop. 3t
Buy your drugs from Gerig's,
Ocala's best drug store. tf
On Saturday and Monday, 18
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
casb- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Carter's Delicious 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.
The opportunity of a lifetime to se-
cure guaranteed jewelry, watches,
clocks, fire arms, trunks, suit cases,
hand bags, etc., is offered at the great
auction sale by Henry Herzenberg at
the Ocala Pawn Shop, each Saturday
and Monday. Private sale at cost and
below cost goes on all the time. 3t
Fresh" seeds of all
Ocala Seed Stow.
Faithful work is possible even If
enthusiasm is lacking, but no one
makes a splendid success without
bringing to hi3 task ardor as well as
Industry. To love your work and be believe
lieve believe in its outcome are essential to a
higb grade of achievement. Cherish
your enthusiasms. To try to succeed
without them is as foolish as to tie
one hand behind your back and see
what you can accomplish with the
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
The Book Shop keeps Union Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Co's. skates. Ask the boys.
They know them. 3t
SEE THE FARM on the t Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
HOW TO PREVENT CROUP
It may be a surprise to you to
iearn 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 began
gan began having that croupy cough I
would give him one or two doses of
it and it would break the attack. I
life it better for children than any
other cough medicine because chil children
dren children take it willingly, and it is safe
and reliable." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Full line of new and reprint novels
at The Book Shop. ll-3t
GET RID OF THOSE
POISONS IN YOUR SYSTEM!
You will find Dr. Bell's New Life
Pills a most satisfactory laxative ai
releasing the poisons from your sys system.
tem. system. Accumulated waste and poisons
cause manifold ailments unless re released.
leased. released. Dizziness, spots before the
eyes, blackness and a miserable feel feeling
ing feeling generally are indications that you
need Dr. King's New Life Pills. Take
a dose tonight and you will exper experience
ience experience a grateful relief by morning.
25 cents. .'Mo. 3.
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
A PINE WHOOPING
Mothers, Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey
is just the remedy for your children's
cold ailments. The fact is that pine is
a quick enemy of cold conditions. Its
qualities loosen the mucous in the
throat, soothe the lungs and open up
the air passages. The combination of
honey, soothing and pleasant, with the
loosening pine quality makes this an
ideal cough remedy for children.
Each passing year brings for it, new
friends. A family of growing children
cannot afford to be without it. 25c
a bottle. No. 3.
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
What Have Yon to OlfeF
that is worth $5000 for my splendid
farm in the heart of the famous Man Manatee
atee Manatee River trucking section ?
Owner, Box 505,
STANDARD RA1LUOAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets on sale November 17 and 18th.; good returning
November 19th. Good on all trains. at rate of
Children half fare,
formation call on
M. R. WILLIAMS,
Usual baggage allowance will apply. For further in-
Ticket Agent, Ocala, Fla.
J. G. KIRKLAND,
D. P. A., Tampa, Fla.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Six-room cottage, good
location; modern conveniences, $10
per month. Apply to Mrs. R. L. Car Carter,
ter, Carter, 211 W. 5th St. 11-12
eluding garage, for rent for not less
than four months. Address "Furnish "Furnished
ed "Furnished Residence," care the Star. 13-tf
WANTED TO RENT Suit of fur furnished
nished furnished rooms for light housekeeping;
modern, conveniences and good loca location
tion location required. Address Box 383,
Ocala, Fla. 11-12-Gt
FOR SALE Horse and Buggy. A
six-year-old, highly bred horse with
either 'surrey or buggy, as may be
preferred, for sale cheap for cash.
Horse is a fine saddle animal or for
buggy, surrey or any other purpose;
gentle and reliable. Apply to O. B.
Howse, Ocala, Fla. 11-tf
WANTED Bright young wan who
can give short time daily to office
work. Offers good opportunity to a
hustler. R. A. X., Care Star. 11-tf
FOR SALE At a great bargain, Ear
ly English dining room set, consisting
of china cabinet, sideboard, 12-foot
extension table and eight chairs, Ap Apply
ply Apply at Star office. 8-lt.
FOR RENT Cozy, 5-room cottage,
electric lights, bathroom, etc; $12 a
month. Call 164. 11-8-tf
HOG TAKEN UP A stray black sow
was taken up at my place in South
Ocala on Nov. 4th. Owner can have
same by paying for feed and this ad
vertisement. H. S. Wesson. 5-6t
FOR SALE At a bargain, runabout
Maxwell car. Address "X," care the
FOR RENT Well located and nicly
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
LAND TO 'RENT A ten acre tract
two miles out, fronting on Silver
Springs boulevard; fenced. Will be
rented on shares. Apply to R. R.
CarrollrStrr office. 9-30-tf
WOOD- For first class wood of
any 'size or length, call phone Zli
four rings. J. M. Potter. tf
FOR SALE Young mare, wagon,
buggy and harness; also Indian
motorcycle. -.Apply Meadows' Repair
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf
FOR SALE One good second hand
piano in excellent condition; very
reasonable terms. Apply at the Star
FOR RENT A six-room and bath,
completely furnished, well located
residence, with every convenience, in-
COLDS- DO NOT
Because a cold i3 stubborn is no
reason why you should be. Instead of
"wearing" it out, get sure relief by
taking Dr. King's New Discovery.
Dangerous bronchial and lung ail ailments,
ments, ailments, often follow a cold which has
been neglected at the beginning. As
your body faithfully battles those
cold germs, no better aid can be given
than the use of thi3 remedy. Its merit
has been tested by old and young.
tzet a bottle today. 50c and ?1. fto. 3
: ..:,.r NOTICE
1915, state and county tax books-
are now open.
" 2 per cent discount for November
payments and one per cent discount
for December payments.
Be sure and bring or send a correct
description of your property when
you inquire about your taxes and
when you pay them, thus reducing
the possibilit yof an error to th&
W. L. Colbert,
11-1-lm Tax Collector.
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