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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1915
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARIOm COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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BIGGEST FAIR MARION EVER
HAD AND THE BEST
Plenty of Excellent Exhibits Were
Shown and Thousands of Well Well-Pleased
Pleased Well-Pleased People Were
After four successful days the
eighth Marion County Fair came to a
.close Friday afternoon. It was the
best fair yet held in volume and
quality of exhibits, in attendance and
a general good time for all present.-
A FINANCIAL SUCCESS
For the last few years, the fair has
been held under great disadvantages,
the management winding up in debt
and only going on to hold the next
one out of sheer pluck and public
spirit. But the good work of these
previous years is reaping its reward.
The fair is financially to' the good this
year, and it is not likely the expenses
will ever exceed the receipts again.
HOW THE FAIR HAS HELPED
It is impossible to overestimate the
good the fair has done, First and
foremost and above all things, it has
put heart in the people. It has shown
them what they can do. It has been
the greatest of object lessons to them
in this strenuous time for the whole
world in showing them they are really
well off and self-sustaining and can
live at home, no matter what the peo people
ple people of the rest of the planet are do doing.
ing. doing. It has proven that Marion coun county
ty county is the hub of Florida, a big section
of the best portion, and more than
any other county fair is representative
of the whole state. In fact, but few
of the staples of the whole nation
were absent from the list of our
The big pen of Shorthorn cattle ex exhibited
hibited exhibited by Messrs. Z. C. Chambliss &
Co. was one of the best exhibits at the
fair. This firm put a large cloth sign
over its penso that visitors could tell
what, whose and from whence came
the fine animals. The animals were
year-old and two-year-olds ylhe. jgnall jgnall-est
est jgnall-est weighed 738 pounds and the-largest
Mr. II. A. Davies made a most typ typical
ical typical exhibit of tires for automobiles
in his booth in the manufacturers
building the kind of advertising that
The E. E. Converse mill made a
good exhibit of mill work in its booth
and the Cheek-Neal Coffee company's
booth was an attractive place and
made a fine advertisement for that
The exhibit of boxes, wrappers and
oranges, showing the beautiful ,pack
and the pretty wrappers and letter lettering
ing lettering on the heads of the boxes, made
by the Ocala Citrus Association was
simply fine. The three brands of the
packing house were shown the Uni Universal,
versal, Universal, Jewel, and Bobolink.'
The White Plymouth Rocks pre presented
sented presented by Mrs. George Blitch to the
Girls' Canning Clubs were nothing
short of lovely in the poultry line.
Their plumage shone as brightly as
fleecy clouds in the sunlight.
Mr. George Turner of Gaiter was
justifiably proud of his Japanese cane,
of which he exhibited a bunch of
fifty stalks in a hill. Its a. splendid
product, good for stock, good for sy syrup
rup syrup and good for sugar. Mr. Turner
says that the syrup will keep better
than any other he knows.
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Livingston
were smiling over the success of their
little daughter, Lilian, who thyo but
ten years old drew such a good map
of Florida that she received a blue
ribbon for it. Henry was also pleas
ed when a blue ribbon was pinned on
his shock of "prolific corn," which is
one of the best plants for forage yet
If we didn't know it makes him
mad to be bragged on, we would
praise Frank Ditto for his excellent
work as grand marshal in the par parades.
ades. parades. Frank is at home in the saddle,
and has a cavalier's knack of manag managing
ing managing such affairs. He was efficiently
aided by Messrs. L. K. Edwards,
George Blitch, Harry Peter and Jim
Howell. Of such material wTas For Forrest's
rest's Forrest's cavalry made.
MisSAgnes Ellen Harriss says Ma Marion's
rion's Marion's was the best fruit she has seen
That big man Kramer was kept
busy explaining the flat eggs in the
agricultural exhibit. He gave most
plausible reasons for the flatness but
of course was careful not to give two
reasons to the same person.
Impossible for any fair to get along
without John Talton. Johnny is
growing a mustache, which gives him
a decidedly distinguished appearance.
The Maxwell House coffee booth,
v under management of Mrs. D. N.
Dorr, gave away a hundred gallons of
the fragrant brew during the fair,
Alice, the cow in the Johnny Jones
show, attracted much attention be because
cause because she carried her bag on the top
of her back. As it is trouble enough
to milk a cow with her bag on the bot bottom
tom bottom of her back, we don't think Mar Marion
ion Marion stockraisers will encourage the
Dr. Boney carried off both the blue
and red ribbons for the best exhibit
of guinea pigs. Doc says that if Ger
many had paid proper attention to
raising guinea pigs, it would have
been no use to try to starve the Ger
mans out. ;
ANNOUNCING TOE PRIZES
After -the parade of canning and
corn clubs Friday, announcements of
the prizes were made. Part of them
were announced in yesterday's Star,
the remainder are as follows:
L. E.. Edwards, Irvine, blue ribbon.
Three' year old bull, L. K. Edwards,
Irvine, blue ribbon; one year old bull.
L. K. Edwards, red ribbon.
Bulls: three years, Edwards Bros.,
Ocala, blue ribbon; two years, L. K.
Edwards, Irvine, blue ribbon; two
years, S. T. Sistrunk, Ocala, red rib
bon; one year, L. K. Edwards, Irvine,
blue ribbon; under one year, L. K. Ed
wards, blue ribbon; under one year,
Edwards Bros, Ocala, red ribbon.
Cow: three years, Edwards Bros,
blue ribbon; three years, L. K. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, red ribbon; two years, S. T.
Sistrunk, blue ribbon; one year, Ed Edwards
wards Edwards Bros., blue ribbon, S. T. Sis Sistrunk,
trunk, Sistrunk, red ribbon; under one year, S.
T. Sistrunk, blue ribbon.
Beef Cattle Grades V :
. N. -
Cow: Three years old, L. K. Ed
wards, blue ribbon; two years, L. K.
Edwards, blue ribbon; one year, Ed
wards Bros., blue ribbon; under one
year, L. K Edwards, blue ribbon.
Dairy Cattle Any Breed
Cow: Three years old, Andrew
Michael, Shady, blue ribbon; heifer
two years old, E. C. Beuchler,' An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, red ribbon.
Steer or heifer: Z. C. jChambliss,
blue ribbon; also red ribbon. (Same in
three classes over ; one year, one
year and under one year.)
Pen Fed Cattle
Z. C. Chambliss, blue ribbon; Ed
wards Bros., red ribbon.
Bull: Three years old, J. Camp,
Ocala, blue ribbon; two years, J.
Camp, blue ribbon; Charlie Michael,
Ocala, red ribbon; one year, Frank W.
Ditto, Ocala, blue ribbon. Cow, three
years old, Frank Ditto, blue ribbon; J.
Camp, red ribbon. .Heifer two years
old, J. Camp, blue ribbon. (Same for
two classes, one year and under one
Bull one year old, E. C. Beuchler,
blue ribbon; heifer, two entries, blue
and red ribbon.
Berkshires: Boar, one year old or
over, L. R. Chazal, Ocala, blue rib ribbon.
bon. ribbon. -: V '.' ;
Duroc: Boar, one year or over,
Ridge & Gale, Belleview, blue ribbon;
C. P. Howell, Ocala, red ribbon. Sow,
one year or over, Ridge & Gale, Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, blue ribbon; sow under one year,
Ridge & Gale, blue ribbon. Best pen,
one board and two sows, Ridge &
Gale, blue ribbon; Ocala Manufactur Manufacturing
ing Manufacturing Co., red ribbon. Sow and suckling
brood, Ridge & Gale, blue ribbon;
Ocala Mfg. Co., red ribbon.
Hampshires: Boar under one year
old, S. T. Sistrunk, blue ribbon; sow
under one year, S. T. Sistrunk, blue
ribbon; pen of Hampshires, S. T. Sis
trunk, blue ribbon.
Poland China: Boar over oneyear
old, E. C. Beuchler, Anthony, blue
ribbon; under one year, Z. C, Cham Chambliss,
bliss, Chambliss, blue ribbon; E. C. Beuchler, red
ribbon. Sow over one year old, J. A.
Michael, Shady, blue ribbon; under
one year, John Seiler, Oak, blue rib ribbon;
bon; ribbon; Edwards Bros., red ribbon. Pen,
any age, Z. C. Chambliss, blue ribbon;
J. M. Luff man, Oak, red ribbon. Pen,
six or more, C. P. Howell, I 'Ocala, blua
Grade Hogs: Sow under one year
old, Z. C. Chambliss, blue ribbon. Pen,
six or more, C P. Howell, blue ribbon;
Edwards Bros., red ribbon.
Meat Hogs: Edwards Bros., blue
ribbon; C. P. Howell, red ribbon.
Hampshires: Ram and two ewes,
Edwards Bros., blue ribbon; lamb un under
der under one year, Edwards Bros., blue ribbon.-:-.'
Oxfords: Ram and two ewes, Mrs.
J. H. Roller, Ocala, blue ribbon.
Dorsets: Ram, E. C. Beuchler, spe
cial class ribbon.
Grades, Any Breed: Lamb under
one year, Ridge & Gale, blue ribbon.
Pen of lambs, Ridge & Gale, blue rib
Goats: H. S. Picket, blue ribbon.
Jack: J. M. Meffert, blue ribbon.
Mule, two years old, L. K. Edwards,
blue ribbon; J. M. Meffert, red ribbon;
one year old, E. C. Beuchler, blue rib ribbon;
bon; ribbon; L. K. Edwards, red ribbon. Mule
colt, L. K. Edwards, blue ribbon; J. beans, H. J. McCully, Berlin, ?1; sec sec-M.
M. sec-M. Meffert, red ribbon. j ond best, L. R. Chazal, Dcala, 50c.
Roadsters, Standard Bred: Stallion- Best Providence sweet potatoes, C.
three years old or over, W. P. Good-' F Adams, Ocala, $1; second, Peter
year, Ocala, blue ribbon; one year and Loos, Kendrick, 50c i
under two, W. P. Goodyear, blue rib- Best Porto Rico sweet potatoes, J.
bon; under one year, W. P. Goodyear, Jm. Luffman, Oak, 1.50; second best,
blue ribbon. Mare three years or over,
L. K. Edwards, blue ribbon.
Roadsters, Non-Standard: Stallion
three years or over, S. A. Moses,
Ocala, blu ribbon; John Seiler, Oak,
red ribbon; one year and under two,
C. R. Murphy, Oak, blue ribbon; Rich Richard
ard Richard Glymp, red ribbon. Mare, three
years or over, S. M. Stanley, Ocala,
blue ribbon; D. M. Boney, Ocala, red
ribbon; one year and under two, T. J.
Simms, Kendrick, blue ribbon; Fred
Blair, Ocala, red ribbon. Mare with
foal, A. S. Johnson, Anthony, blue
American Carriage Horses: Stallion
three years or over, C. F. Adams,
Ocala, blue ribbon; one year and
der two, Fred Blair, blue ribbon. Mare
three years or over, W. H. Douglass,
red ribbon; two years and under three,
A. Bomelin, Ocala, blue ribbon. Mare
colt one year and under two, A. Bom Bom-elin,
elin, Bom-elin, blue ribbon; Charles Michael,
American Bred Draft Horses: Stal Stallion
lion Stallion three years or over, H. J. Uichols,
Ocala, blue ribbon; C. F. Adams, red
Draft Horses, Grade: Mare or geld
three years, or over, John Seiler, Oak,
blue ribbon Meffert Farms, red rib ribbon.
bon. ribbon. Mare or field two years and un under
der under three, Frank Ditto, blue ribbon;
one year, under two, L. K. Edwards,
blue ribbon. ..-
Draft Horses, Grade: Brood mare
with foal, L. K. Edwards, red ribbon;
Howell & Chambliss, Lowell, blue rib ribbon.
bon. ribbon. Best team in harness, Charles
Goddard, blue ribbon.
Thoroughbred Grades: Mare or
gelding three years or over, Mrs. W.
L. Carmichael, Ocala, blue ribbon;
Miss Annie Davis, red ribbon.
Saddle Horse Pure Bred: W. K.
Edwards, blue ribbon.
Saddle Horses, Grade: Mare or
gelding three years or over," W. L.
Carmichael, blue ribbon; L. K. Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, red ribbon. One year under
two, E. C. Beuchler, Anthony, blue
Saddle Horse Under Saddle: L. K.
Edwards, blue ribbon; Miss Annie
Davis, red ribbon.
Draft Team : John A. Manly, Ocala,
Best collective exhibit from one
farm, J. M. Fennell, Kendrick, $25;
second best, t. Peter Loose, Kendrick,
$10; third, C. F. Adams, Ocala, $5.
Two best bales of beggarweed hay,
L D. Beck, Ocala, $1.50.
Best bale of peavine hay, C. B. How Howell,
ell, Howell, Lowell, $1.50; second best, R. D.
and E. W. Jones, Ocala, 75c.
Best bale of crab grass hay, K. D.
and E. W. Jones, Ocala, $1.50; second
best, F. P. Fennell, Kendrick, 75c.
Best bale of alfalfa hay, S. T.' Sis Sistrunk,
trunk, Sistrunk, $1.50; second best, S. T. Sis Sistrunk,
trunk, Sistrunk, 75c.-
Best bale of corn stover hay, J. M.
Fennell, Kendrick, $1.50; second best,
W. M. Gist, Mcintosh, 75c.
Best bale of natal grass, Peter
Loose, Kendrick, $1.50; second best,
F. P. Fennell, 75c. :
Best bale of any other hay plant, F.
P. Fennell, $1.50. .,
Best bale of hay on' exhibit, John
Seiler, Oak, $2; second best, J. M.
Meffert, Ocala, $1.
Best bundle of oats, J. M. Fennell,
$1; second best, J; H. Lanier, Mor Mor-riston,
riston, Mor-riston, 75c.
Best bundle of rice, F. P. Fennell,
$1; second best, J. W. Coulter, Blitch-
Best cured sorghum, F. G. Buhl,
Ocala, $1; second, J. M. Fennell, 50c.
Best exhibit any other forage,
George Turner, Gaiter, $1.
Best collective exhibit of hay, for
age, etc., J. M. Fennell, Kendrick, $5;
second best, J. P." Fennell, $3.
Best seed rye; W. H. Douglass,
Best seed oats, rust proof, R. D. and
E. W. Jones, Ocala, $1 second best, J.
W. Coulter, Blitchton, 50c.
Best seed oats, Burt or 90 day, J. M.J
Fennell, Kendrick, $1; second, F. G.
Buhl, Ocala, 50c.
Best half bushel sorghum seed, F.
G. Buhl, Ocala, $1; second, J. M. Fen Fennell,
nell, Fennell, Kendrick, 50c.
Best half bushel rice, rough, Muclan
Farming Co., Oklawaha, $1; second
best, F. P. Fennell, Kendrick, 50c.
Best half bushel shelled corn, W. F.
Leek, Ocala, $1; second, (tag lost).
Best half bushel velvet beans, J. C.
Johnson, Santos, $1.50; second best,
H. J. McCully, Berlin, 75c.
Best half bushel peanuts, J. M.
Meffert, Ocala, $1; second, J. M. Fen
nell, Kendrick, 50c.
Best half bushel ehufas, C. F.
Adams, Ocala, $1.
Best half bushel goobers, F. P. Fen Fennell,
nell, Fennell, Kendrick, $1.
Best half bushel each variety peas
on exhibit, L. D. Lightsey, Belleview,
$1; second, J. M. Luffman, Oak, 50c.
Best collection of grains, seels, etc.,
J. M. Fennell, Kendrick, $5.
Best half bushel Chinese velvet
Peter Loos, Kendrick, 50c.
Best Lemon Bay sweet potatoes,
peter Loos, Kendrick, $1; same for
ancy Hall,. Norton Yam and White
'East India varieties.
Best collective table sweet potatoes,
Peter Loos, $3.
Best red Irish potatoes, Muclan
Farming Co., Oklawaha, $1.
Best bushel dasheen, Muclan Farm Farming
ing Farming Co., 1.
Best mustard, L. O. Booher, Ocala,
Best cabbages, D. E. Knoblock, Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, 1.
Best pumpkins, H.. J. McCully, Ber
lin, $1; second best, W. M. Gist, Me-
Best kershaws, W. M. Gist, $1.
Best rutabaga turnips, D. E. Knob Knob-lock,
lock, Knob-lock, Martin, $1.
Best turnips, L. O. Booher, Ocala,
$1; second best, H. J. McCully, 50c.
Best egg plants, Peter Loos, Ken Kendrick,
drick, Kendrick, $1; second best, Mrs. Ida V.
Gates, Ocala, 50c.
Best radishes, D. E. Knoblock, Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, $1.50.
Best sweet peppers, C. F. Adams,
Best Okra, Peter Loos,, Kendrick,
$1; second best, C. F. Adams, 50c.
Best string beans, Alice Roller,
Ocala, $1; second best, Crosby and
Wartmann, Citra, 50c.
Best watermelon, J. M. Fennell,
Kendrick, $1; second best, W. O. Mas Mas-sey,
sey, Mas-sey, Lake Weir, 50c.
" Best collective exhibit of vegeta vegetables,
bles, vegetables, Peter Loos, Kendrick, $5; second
best, C. F. Adams, Ocala, $3.
Best exhibit two or more plants
cassava, S. A. Neil, Martel, $1; sec second
ond second best, J. L. B. Hudgens, Martel,
Best home bolted meal, J. L. Smith,"
Berlin, $1? second best, J. W. Davis,
Summerfield, 50c. -" i
Best home bolted grits, A. S. Pick Pickett,
ett, Pickett, Ocala, $1.
Best home crushed stock feed, A. S.
Pickett, Ocala, $3.' ; t -v,
Best five pounds wool, C. Timmons,
Ocala, $1; second best, .Alice Roller,
l- Best stalk Sea Island cotton, J. M.
Fennell," Kendrick, $1; second best, G.
B. Chappell, Kendrick, 50c.
Best stalk short staple cotton, J. L.
B. Hudgens, Martel, $1.
- Best short staple cotton seed, J. L.
B. Hudgens, $1.
Wines and Vinegars
Best scuppernong wine, C. E. Con Connor,
nor, Connor, Oklawaha, $1; second best, F. G.
Buhl, Ocala, 50c.
Best sparkling wine, C. E. Connor,
Best blackberry wine, Mrs. G. K.
Williams, Ocala, $1; second, T. J.
Simmons, Ocala, 50c.
Best alderberry wine, C. E. Connor,
Oklawaha, $1; same fo rbest and sec
ond best orange wine, $1 and 50c.
Best home made vinegar, Mrs. E. L.
Carney, Ocala, $1; second, Mrs. Alice
Roller, Ocala, 50c.
Sugar Cane, Syrup, Etc.
Best ribbon cane, T. J. Simmons,
Kendrick, $1; second, Peter Loos, 50c.
Best green cane, T. J. Simmons, $1;
second best, Peter Loos, 50c.
Best red cane, Peter Loos, 50c.
Best Japanese cane, C. A. Carter,
Leroy, second, J. B. George, Blitchton,
Best sorghum, R. W. Blair, Ocala,
Best syrup from cane, B. R. Blitch,
Blitchton, $1.50; second best, T. J.
Summons, Kendrick, 75c.
Best collective exhibit of cane and
cane products, Peter Loos, $2.
Bee Products :
Best extracted honey, A. McLane,
Best beeswax, Peter Loos, $1; sec second
ond second best, Mrs. Alice Roller, Ocala, 50c.
Best lard, W. M. Gist, Mcintosh, $1;
second best, R. W. Blair, Ocala, 50c.
Best pickled pork, Mrs. Alice Rol-
ler, Ocala, $1.
Tobacco, Cigars, Etc.
Best sun grown tobacco from Cuban
seed, C. F. Adams, Ocala, $1.50.
Best cigars made of Marion county
grown tobacco, C. F. Adams, $2.
Citrus Fruits, Etc.
Best oranges, Crosby and Wart Wartmann,
mann, Wartmann, Citrar $2; second best, Ocala
Citrus Association, $1.
Best lemons, T. B. Snook, Weirs
dale, $2; secondbest, Ocala Citrus As
Best grapefruit, Crosby & Wart
mann, -$2; second O. C. A., $1.
Best limes, T. B. Snook, $2.
Best tangerines, Crosby & Wart
Best kumquats, T. B. Snook, $2;
second best, W. I. Smith, Mcintosh, $1.
Best guavas, T. B. Snook, $.
Best naval oranges, C. & W. $2.
Best pears, El wood Johnson, Leroy,
Best bunch grapefruit, S. F. Rou,
Lowell, $2; second best, S. A. Neil,
Best exhibit of fruits, Ocala Citrus
Best pecans, David Gamble, Ocala,
$2; second best, T. B. Snook, $1.
Best walnuts, J. L. B. Hudgens,
Martel, $1; second best, C. F. Adams,
Best hickory nuts, F. J. Fennell, $1;
second best, Peter Loos, 50c.
Canning Club Prize Winners
"First Prize A short course at Tal Tal-ahassee
ahassee Tal-ahassee and the Painter watch, won
by Yvonne Seckinger of Fellowship,
with a percentage of 83 2-5.
Second Prize A canning outfit and
neck-chain, won by Alma Priest of
Anthony, percentage 74 4-5.
Third Prize Pen of White Ply
mouth Rocks, won by Sally Whitfield
of Fort King, per centage 74.
Fourth Prize Pen of Rhode Island
Reds, won by Florence Pasteur of
Anthony, percentage 73.9.
Fifth Prize Gold hatpin, won by
Zenia Oliver of Griner Farm, percent percentage
age percentage 72.
Sixth Prize A gold lavaliere, won
by Ida Luffman of Griner Farm, per percentage
centage percentage 69.9.
Seventh Prize A gold hatpin, won
oy Hiidreth Mitchell, percentage
Eighth Prize A gold bracelet, won
by Alice Seiler of Griner Farm, per percentage
centage percentage 62 15-5.
The prize for. the best results from
less than one-tenth of an acre was
won by Loureen Spencer of Ocala,
whose prize was a pen of white Ply
mouth Rock chickens.
After the awards were made group
pictures were taken of the children
and their, floats.
Corn Club Prize Winners
The following prizes were awarded
to the members of the com clubs of
1. Hobart Blair Scholarship to
short course at U. of F., $10 gold
2. Fred Blair Cash, $5; cultiva
3. Geo. Dansey Cash, $4; culti
' 4." 'Claude McCully No prize.
5. Allie Hough Cash, $3; har
row, $4. V
6. Marvin Livingston Cash, $2.50
and harrow, $4.
7.: Archie Fant Cash, $1; hand
8. Myron Rou eash, $1; hand
9. Chas. Turner Cash, $1 ; hand
cultivator, $1. -
10. Maxie Mixon ash, $1; hoe,
11. Harold Fennell Cash, $1 ; hoe,
12. Albert Zetrouer Cash, $1 ;
13. Vernon Neil Cash, $1; : hoe,
14. Heth Pickett Cash, $1 ; hoe,
15. Colon Proctor Cash, $1; hoe,
16. Roy Priest Cash, $1.
17. Harry Smoak -Cash, $1.
18. Sidney Proctor Cash, $1.
19. Guy Turner Cash, $1.
20. Lester Wilson Cash,, $lj
21. Leland Luffman Cash, $1.
22. Clarence Lankford Cash, $1.
23. Wash Simmons Cash, $1.
24. Jasper Wilson ?ash, $1.
25. Martin Tyner Cash, $1.
26. Jarvis Perry Cash, $1.
27. Glenwood Smith Cash, $1.
28. Raymond Redding Cash, $1.
29. Hubert Redding Cash, $1.
30. Walter Niblack Cash, $1.
31. Julian Niblack Cash, $1.
32., Wm. S. Peebles Cash, $1.
33. Clyde Seckinger Cash, $1.
34. Wm. Swilley Cash, $1.
35. Seba Oliver Cash, $1.
36. Winfield Scott Cash, $1.
37. Laurel Seckinger Cash, $1."
38. Drew Crews Cash, $1.
39. Eddie Proctor Cash, $1.
40. Patrick Anderson Cash, $1.
41. Geo. T. Leek Cash, $1.
42. Wm. Seckinger Cash, $1.
43. Alfred Abshire Cash, $1.
44. Lewis Loos Cash, $1.
45. Timothy Loos -Cash, $1.
46. Ralph Seiler Cash, $1.
47. Bernie Abshire Cash, $1.
48. Buford Gray Cash, $1.
49. Jesse Proctor Cash, $1.
50. A. R. Douglass Cash, $1.
51. Eddiehugh Douglass Cash, $L
52. Leslie Dougless Cash, $1.
53. Henry Parker Watch, value,
54. George Parker Watch, value,
55. Pove Croshy Watch, value.
56. Francis McRae Watch, value,
IN SOUTH CAROLINA
Greenville, S. C, Nov. 27 David
Freeze, a striker at the Judson cot cotton
ton cotton mills, was probably fatally stab stabbed
bed stabbed and two others were seriously
hurt during a riot between strikers
and strike breakers. The sheriff
quelled the trouble and says he has
the situation in hand.
MUCH NEEDED LESSON WAS
GIVEN BY AMERICAN SOL SOLDIERS
DIERS SOLDIERS TO MEXICANS
Nogales, Ariz. Nov. 27. The latest
reports of the battle between Amer American
ican American soldiers and Mexicans yesterday
show the Mexican casualties to be
more than forty. One American,
Stephen Littles of Fairmont, N. C,
was killed, and two were hurt.
Residents here feel relieved ; now
that Villa's soldiers have gone and
the town opposite the border is oc occupied
cupied occupied by Carranza forces. Seven Seventeen
teen Seventeen hundred more American soldiers
General Obregon is in Nogales and
measures are being taken to restore
order after last night's looting and
rioting. All supplies of liquor are be being
ing being destroyed.
Inquiry by army officers developed
that the shooting across the border
began when a Villa soldier picked a
quarrel with a woman on the main
street of the Mexican town. The
woman tried to take the soldier's rifle
away from him, but, eluding her, he
turned and fired into a crowd of Am American
erican American soldiers stationed on the boun boundary
dary boundary line, fifty yard3 away. A moment
later bullets from the weapons of
snipers began to fly over the line.
The American infantrymen replied.
They were ordered, however, to en endanger
danger endanger no Mexican not actually fir firing.
The population of the American
town watched the exchange from the
roofs of houses and from the hills to
the north of town.
TOM WATSON'S TRIAL
IS BEING STUBBORNLY FOUGHT
BY BOTH SIDES AT AUGUSTA
Augusta, Nov. 27. A large crowd
gathered before the trial of Thomas
Watson, charged with sending alleg alleged
ed alleged obscene matter through the mails,
opened, expecting a. lengthy argu argument
ment argument on whether Watson could intro-
.... in induce
duce induce testimony as to his character as
an author. Watson, conducting his
own case yesterday, tried to get the
first witness to say the character of
his history and fiction were high
when the government objected and
the court adjourned before the argu
ments were completed. This point is
expected to be stubbornly fought.
Argument in the case continued un until
til until early afternoon without being
concluded.' The" defense emphasized
the point that it wanted to introduce
evidence showing Watson's alleged
motives for publishing the articles
cited in the indictments.
BOAT BURNED IN
Five Dead or Missing of the Trivoli's
Norfolk, Va., Nov. 27. Two steam steamers
ers steamers arrived this morning with the
passengers and crew of the steamer
Trivola, which was burned near An Annapolis
napolis Annapolis last night. Neither the pas passengers
sengers passengers nor crew -had been carefully
checked and whether there was any
loss of life is not definitely known.
The Trivoli caught fire aft and most
of that part of the vessel was in
flames before the passengers were
aroused, i Some of those rescued be
lieved some lives were lost.
Five Dead or Missing
Baltimore, Nov. 27. One person is
dead and four are missing of the 88
persons' known to have been aboard
the steamer Trivoli when that vessel
SUNDAY SERVICES AT
THE METHODIST CHURCH
Sunday school, 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m., "The World's
First Great Tragedy," No. 2.
Junior League, 2:30 p. m.
Senior League, 3:30 p. m.
There will be no service at the eve
ning hour, on account of the union
temperance service at the Temple
. All cordially invited.
J. M. Gross, Pastor.
TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
A standard make typewriter, al
most new, in perfect condition, for
sale cheap, either cash or time. Ad
dress typewriter, Star office. 22-6t
ON OTHER FRONTS, HOWEVER,
CENTRAL POWERS MAKE
London, Nov. 27. The Serbian for forces
ces forces will soon be an army without a
country unless the French should de defeat
feat defeat the Bulgarians, four divisions of
whom are reported hammering at the
Reports from several sources say
Monastir is surrounded by Bulgari Bulgarians
ans Bulgarians and that they may not wait for
the Austro-German forces before en entering,
tering, entering, the Macedonian capital. The
Serbian army, retreating in a south southeasterly
easterly southeasterly direction before von MacKen MacKen-son's
son's MacKen-son's troops, may find no rest even in
Greek territory, and it is reported that
the invaders would not hesitate to
cross the Greek border.
Additional reports from the battle
of Ctesiphon, in Mesopotamia, indi indicate
cate indicate that the British forces won a sub substantial
stantial substantial victory instead of being de defeated,
feated, defeated, as was first reported.
The situation of the Roumanian
frontier, where large Russian forces
are gathered is still obscure. The dis display
play display of Joffeling in Roumania, favor favorable
able favorable to the Entente, -.-.is regarded in
London as an indication that Rouman Roumania
ia Roumania is in a position to disregard the de demands
mands demands of the central powers.
No definite news has been received
of the renewed Austro-German o.fen
sive in Galicia. It is expected this
will be pushed energetically for polit political
ical political effect on Roumania.
There is little activity except min mining
ing mining and aerial operations reported
from the western front.
TOIH6 FDR A TRUGE
POPE BENEDICT WILL ASK THE
NATIONS FOR AT LEAST A
Rome, Nov. 27. Although the ef efforts
forts efforts of Pope Benedict last year to
obtain a truce over the Christmas hol holidays,
idays, holidays, the pope will make similar ef efforts
forts efforts this year. He is understood to
feel it is his duty to make the effort,
though the prospects for its accep acceptance
tance acceptance are no more favorable than last
CHASED OFF THE
NEW JERSEY COAST
Steamer Zealandia Had a Narrow
Escape from British Warships
( Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 27. The American
steamer Zealandia, whiehwas search searched
ed searched by the British near Progresso,
Mexico, arrived here today and re
ported being chased by a cruiser last
night off the New Jersey coast. The.
captain said he made his escape by
steering into the three-mile limit.
REMOVAL OF RESTRICTIONS
On Tobacco Trade is Announced from
Washington, Nov. 27. The British
government has yielded to the Ameri American
can American representations for the removal
of all restrictions on shipments of to
bacco to neutral consignees in neu
tral countries, according to a mes
sage from the American "embassy at
MRS. T. II. RANDOLPH
News has been received here of the
death of Mrs. T. II. Randolph, of Tal
lahassee, yesterday afternoon. Mrs.
Randolph was a sister of the late Hon.
A, C. Croom, for a number of years
state t-omptroller; and a grand aunt
of Master Hardy C. Croom of this
ritv KVifi is survived hv har hushand.
j - i
two daughters, Mrs. J. B. Whitfield, of
Tallahassee, and Mrs. T. M. Dozier;
Dr. James II. Randolph and Mr. Hay Hay-ward
ward Hay-ward Randolph, all of Jacksonville.
FIRST PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH
Sunday school, 9:45 a. m.
Preaching service, 11 a. m.
Junior Society, 2:30 p. m.
Mid-week service, Wednesday, 7 p.
The sermon Sunday morning will
be on "The Mission of the Church."
There will.be no service ih the eve evening
ning evening in order ihzt the congregation
may hear Mr. Upshaw at the Temple.
The pastor will preach for the negro
Presbyterians at 3 p. mV at the corner
of Oklawaha avenue and Pine street,
and will speak at night at the Mount
Monah Uaptist cnurch, colored.
John R. Herndon, Tastor.
OCA LA EVENING STAB SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
it practically would amount to, to
hold it in Pensacola. The 1919 ex
position should be held in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville or Tampa; they are the only two
towns in the state big enough and ac accessible
cessible accessible enough. To hold it in Pensa
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
1L R. Carroll, General Mtjager Port V. Leaven good, Business Manager
J. IL Benjamin, Editor
cola would mean that three-quarters
of the state would have no Interest in
it. The 1917 legislature must undo
this piece of rank idiocy.
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Entered at Ocala, Fla., posto nice as second class matter
One year, in advance .......$5.00
Six months, in advance ...... 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance .50
One year, in advance.. $8.00
Six months, in advance 4J25
Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance. .80
Everybody should hear Upshaw.
The Star's hornet's nest took a pru pru-ple
ple pru-ple ribbon.
Ocala has no use for bigots, relig religious
ious religious or political.
Thanks, Mr. Weather Clerk. For
once you acted like a gentleman and
treated Ocala like she was a lady.
Chief of Police Adams and his men
: certainly handled the traffic to per perfection.
fection. perfection. There wa3 not a hitch or a
collision during the fair.
adies from the country were in there
at one time. Mrs. Hunter says the
equipment of the room is complete,
only she would like to have a cane
couch and another baby bed or two.
Among the well-pleased visitors to
the fair was Capt. W. E. Bell, one of
the leading stock men and citizens of
West Alachua. He knows a good fair
when he sees it.
Ocala can conscientiously recom
mend the men who manage the John
ny Jones Shows. They give the peo
pie lots of fun and tote square with
the newspaper men.
It is estimated that there were at
least 1200 autoes on the fair grounds
on Thanksgiving day. The combined
value of the cars was not less than
half a million-dollars.
The only funny thing about, the
European war is the sojourn there of
Mutt and Jeff. This, however, is a
tragedy for those who have to read
about them in the American papers.
Ocala has a sandoil road to the
Marion County Fair grounds. Its t
good and a cheap one, but needs con
stant repair. Referred to Editor
Woods of the Eustis Lake Region.
The rest room, under the care of
Miss Caul and Mrs. Elliott was one of
the best-conducted departments of the
fair. It was indeed a restful place.
and was utilized by hundreds of weary
women and children. ;
After a close inspection of the fairs
of Marion and Alachua counties, we
are inclined to believe that ours was
some the biggest and the best. We
will have to keep hustling to keep it
that way. Let the friendly rivalry
The Tampa papers have been gen
erous in their notices of the "Marion
fair. Tampa is a generous corner of
the earth, anyhow. The people of that
splendid town are going to have
great fair in February, and its up to
every Marion county person who can
go to attend it.
Blessed be the man who thought to
open the gates on the west side of
the fair grounds. He should have
blue ribbons stuck all over him. By
next fair perhaps we will have an
other good street back into town, and
then the transportation will be as
easy as falling off a log.
, The Palatka Daily Democrat says
that Rev. Sidney J. Catts, who is run
ning for governor on the knownoth
ing ticket, has advised the Democrat':
readers zo stop reading tne paper,
What a lot of fools the people
Florida will be if they elect this man
The municipal rest room, of which
Mrs. C. W. Hunter is the good fairy
is proving a blessing not only to the
country but to the town people, many
of the shop girls going there at noon
to eat their lunches. On the rainy
Wednesday of last week, fourteen
BE A DOUBLE BENEFIT
CANNING CLUB GIRLS
OF MARION COUNTY
The canning club girls of the county
have responded remarkably well to
the call of their instructor and dem demonstrator
onstrator demonstrator for an exhibit at the county
fair. Out of seventy-two members,
fifty-one exhibited either a group of
canned products or a detailed business
report of their operations on a tenth
of an acre for the past year, accom accompanied
panied accompanied by an essay on the work.
The detailed business reports con contain
tain contain information beginning with, the
breaking up of the land, going thru
with the planting, care, harvesting,
total yield, amount canned, amount
consumed at home" without canning
and the net profits of the year's
work. This report book is furnished
by the agricultural department at
Washington and contains blanks for
every imaginable entry that could be
made in connection with the work,
providing even for the time of the
member at a given price per hour.
The first prize of the club at this
ITK 9 IT ATI
siiay s w i
FOR 7 v
A Stainless Fla& For Marion County
A Star reporter asked George
Giles, one of the leaders of the color
ed people, his opinion of the propos
ed bond issue for a railway to Silver
Springs and how it would be viewed
by his race. Giles said it was the
best thing the" Star has advocated, in
a' long time and his only regret was
hat it had not been taken up fifteen
years ago as, in that case, we would
have had many more people here and
would have enjoyed a lower freight year's fair was a free scholarship in
rate for many years. He favors, how- the domestic science department oi
evergoing still further with the idea the Woman's College at Tallahassee,
and either in the same or a later bond This scholarship is paid for by the
issue, voting enough bonds to extend Elflo Canning Machine Company, at
. I YT 1 ?
the line to Lake Weir for Giles, who mcKory, in. utner prizes are can
is a practical contractor himself, says mne outfits from the Enterprise
that while" the Silver Sm-inzs end was Canning Company, Nashville, Tenn.,
building the same contractors could represented in Ocala by Messrs. Mc
build the other end much cheaper, Iver & MacKay, and from the Home
relatively, than as a separate contract. Canning Company, Meridian, Miss.,
We must, said he, realize the value of represented here by the Marion Hard Hard-Lake
Lake Hard-Lake Weir jointly with Silver Springs ware Company. The Glen St. Mary
as an asset to Ocala's future and do Nurseries sent down a number of nne
something to get the lake in closer peach trees and rose bushes to be
touch with Ocala. Giles said that the used as premiums in this department.
poor people of his race as well as the Mr R L Goodwin of Fort Pierce,
white people, would really benefit also sent a crate of his best pineap-
more by a trolley line to Silver Ples to be used as premiums.
Springs than the well to do for, said Mrs; J. R. Moorhead was assisted in
he, the well to do class has its auto- her work at the fair this season by
mobiles and carriages and can go to Miss Mae L Wells, field instructor of
tJio Snrincre wiion its ntoasoa xxrharo-1 the home economics department OI
as, the poor people cannot, but with a tne VVoman s College at laiiahassee,
trolley line there, they could go and Mrs- H--A. Kramer, Mrs. J. H. Spen-
spend the summer's evenings or Sun- Ker and Mrs. Lewis xonce of ucaia.
days and the trip would be within these ladies have been at worg since
their means and from these, after all. two days before the fair begun and
would come the bulk of the road's were busy a11 of yesterday getting the
nasseneer 'business. Giles said that rePorts of tne judges in shape for
every man of his race, whose croDerty I publication
. I mi i i. 1 m ii
mialifioQfinna nrnnll ilm f if ine juaees report inai me scores
1 -v... .v, - .. I, -J? J I
sTmnM Vftfo rV throughout are the highest that have nao a smau paicn ox grounu in we
" I.' . . I 1 t T L A L. nn a n 1
ing of the bond issu when it is called. Deen made since tne worK started garaen io wmcn bue gav
several vears a?o. attention, ine varied exmmt snown
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Mr. A. P. Fant. assistant industrial Following is a list of, contestants m ixrayne s ooom snows wnai can oe
1. m mm . m a I 1 1 .1
ae-ent of the Seahoard Air LW was who made exhibits of their canning aone Dy energy ana perseverance,
an interested visitor to the fair. Mr. operations. (This list does not include She was awarded first prize for this
Fnt. hv hi rnnH i nTiar tn those who made only their detailed exhibit outside the tenth-acre contest.
help southern farmers out with their business reports to the judges):
Friday Night, Nov. 26
Sat. Night, Nov. 27
Sunday Afternoon 3:30
Sunday Night, 7:30
A -f v4
Monday Night, Nov. 29
Tuesday Night, Nov. 30
Wed. Night, Dec. 1
Thurs. Night, Dec. 2
Since Will D. Upshaw's great
speech of wit and eloquence here
the people regard him as the successor of Sam P. Jones.
Aiken Correspondent Augusta Chronicle.
"Roll' Tn vlnr- wm D- Up5 is the ony
UUU X cljIUl man who has ever drawn big bigger
ger bigger crowds than I have up among my native mountains.
Senator "Bob Taylor in Chattanooga Times.
GOOD HUMOR AND A GOOD TIME
P. S. - A Dollar Bill given to the man who goes to sleep
next lnsn potato crop, it will co cooperate
operate cooperate with the department of agri
culture in giving instruction as to the
best methods of planting, will aid the
farmers in forming associations to
buy seed on the best terms, to ship in
carload lots and, as far as possible, to
Annie Meadows, Ocala.
Geneva McCully, Berlin.
Florence Pasteur, Anthony.
Ola Dansler and Fannie Dansler,
Sallie Whitfield, Ocala (Fort King.)
Cards from Mr. T. H. Harris bring
the welcome news that he will shortly
return home for an extended visit.
obtain good markets. Mighty good! road.)
Mr. John B. McLin of Tallahassee,
has arrived in the citv and will make
Hildreth Mitchell, Ocala (Blitchton his home th us. Mr. McLin is a very
move. The interests of the rilrnsrts
and the farmers are wrapped up in Seiler, Clyde Seiler, Oak.
each other. If the big railroad cor- Jepnus ore, Ucala.
porations will see to it, as they can,
that the farmers are not cheated at
the selling end, there will be a great
increase in national prosperity.
popular young man and will soon
iaa gunman, ineima vanoon, Aine make a host of friends here. He will
assist his brother, Mr. McLin, in the
management of Mr. McLin's large
property, the Marion Farms; ;
Zelma Olliver, Oak.
May Gaskins, Shady.
Alma Priest, Mabel Priest, Anthony
Clarice Reiff, Martin.
TP'l-Vl 1 0"rtVkTT TjMllOa "cTTT
Frances Wilson, Oak (Griner Farm in the city Thursday visiting
Mr. J. E. Klock and family and Mr.
Walter Lee and family of Eastlake
Jack "McCully is swelled up with
pride until he looks like a big turkey school.)
gobbler. The people who will man- Yvonne Seckinger, Martel.
f Townn vf I Zeda Cahoon. Oak.
w. a. ir.j.J Miss Vvonnft SepTdna-er's Mrhihit firm of Hamson Brothers, with his
coivvA iiiai. uic iuaiiuu I . n j fit.
corn exhibit be shown in their city on was an exceptional showingmot only family was in the city Thursday aft
fWna Ar, rtveQ tv in auantitv and aualitv. but in that ernoon, anvmg ms
Mr. Harrison of Bushnell of the
moving heaven and earth to comply sh has the products of 1 four crops They attended the fair.
S I V C K S S
Our success depends on trie 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.
Capital and Surplus 090,000
with the request.
Clearwater Sun says that the leg
islature of 1915 designated Pensacola
as the place to hold the Florida Ex
position oi iyiy, ana oraerea ap
pointed a commission to make ar
rangements. Such a measure must
have been sneaked thru, for few peo
ple in the state ever-heard of it. Now,
wouldn't it be a piece of confounded
foolishness to hold a Florida exposi
tion m Alabama.. But that is what
made on the .same tfround in one vear.
the last of which is an exhibit of fully This paper is in receipt of a letter
matured neanuts. from Mr. T. II. Bennett of Hawkins-
I i -1
Another splendid exhibit was that e a- who was a resident oi tms
of Loravne Snencer of Ocala. She did city for a year, while hisr firm owned
not enter the tenth-acre contest, but Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
Mr. Bennett has been ill most oi tne
time since leaving Ocala, and has un undergone
dergone undergone two operations. He is. now
imDrovinsr and the laree circle f
friends he left in Ocala hope he will
soon be entirely well again.
GERMS EXPELLED FRCi
SERIOUS QUESTIONS FOR VOTERS
Twentv-four hours after you start tc
take Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery, poisonous matter and blood
impurities begin to leave your Dody
through the fiver, bowels, kidneys and
It bnngs new activity to the liver,
stomacn ana Doweis m -m a snort um spiendid position there,
thus causine sallowness, mdiscstion and. I
After a ten days' stay in the city,
Mr. W. J. Frink left yesterday in his
car for Miami, which city he expects
t make his home, having accepted a
Do we want saloons? If so, why?
Who of us want them, and for what?
Is time spent in them which could be better spent elsewhere?
Is money spent in them which would do more good otherwise?
Is there likely to be gambling in saloons?
Is any money worse than wasted in saloons?
Do fathers set bad examples for their boys?
Do our boys get good habits there that will make them good men?
constipation to disappear. 1
1 Ll I i J 1 til.. I I I
uooa duxju ineaiia guuu iiuajui,
health means strong men and women,
full of vigor and ainbitior with minds Take Advantage of an Ocala Citizen's
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
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, "for
cash- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 431. tf
Wholesale and Retail
alert and muscles ever willing. Any j
medicine dealer will supply you witii
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
in either liquid or tablet form-
Plant City. Fla.- "Six months ago we
had a rain that lasted for quite a while
and water would remain under our house
for three weeks at a time. From the
dampness and from getting wet in the
"U1 uiuwicra ami aistcrs maue nappier oy nanne loanng anaMnc n vprv nw. nm-dnwn condition
drinking places to tempt their husbands, sons and brothers to waste their land I got so tired it seemed like I could
time and spend their money in drinking and loafing instead of beine at never get rested, i was not able to wortc.
tnmo -;u u-i e :i did not have anv appetite, ana was s.
mcir lituuuesj i ...... T .n :
is the saloon a good place to educate the young men. who are to be the nlo. rVmM not rfeen sound would
husbands of our daughters? just dose off, and what little sleep I get
Tf nn ; ,j a m riirl not do ms nnv trood. 1 can sav 111 all
" "wict nne sueni in saiwns. wouia uiere noi oe more eooa iraoe i . v,-c r , i- i
and lG Aut . trutn tnat UT. nerce s uoiaen aieuicai
VouId anybody be hurt by havincr saloons shut nn? Tf so. who? And Ttiavp never stonnednraiane it toothers."
how would they be hurt? Mas, J. W. Williams, Plant City, Fla.
Would some men be better off todav if thev had mvr Wn in s&.
NO CHARGE FOR THIS BOOK.
Send three dime (or stamps) to pay for
wrapping and mailing and enclose tms
notice, and Dr. Pierce of the Invalids'
HoteL Buffalo. N. Y.. will send you a
Would some women and children be better fed and better clothed?
Would some homes be happier?
Would anybody who is dead be alive todav?
. Would saloon-keepers themselves, and their families, be better, hap
pier, or more useful in some other business?
Do saloon-keepers want to do us good or to get our money?
Do you like the dictation of the saloons in nnlitiVa?
knu ii '-'W'; us .u vote. " I cise, Disease,
When the back begins to ache,
Don't wait until backache becomes
Till kidney troubles develop;
Till urinary troubles destroy night's
Profit by an Ocala citizen's exper
Mrs. A E. Holly, 1 1 3 S. Second
St, Ocala, says: "I was having a
great deal of trouble with my kidneys.
The kidney secretions were un
natural. My back was sore and
lame and every time I stooped, a
catch shot across my loins. My
feet and ankles were swollen and the
flesh underneath my eyes was puffed
up. I tried several frianey medicines
and even took a doctor's prescription,
but nothing did me any gooa until 1
started taking Doan's Kidney Pills.
I improved from the fiist and was
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We ship the famous CRYSTAL -RIVER OYSTERS
in Seal Plug Carriers, which insures them reaching
you in a sanitary condition. We also furnish SALT
WATER FISH in any quantity. The most careful
attention is given small as well as large orders.
Write us for further information. .
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Tinker Toy. The Book Shop. 3t.
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block cf our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the rnerest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well chaiged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocala Ice & Faelclsici
OCALA EVENING STAR,SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27, 1915
i JUit JjL.
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS f
Toc&aiy At TTEne
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CAPITAL and SURPLUS
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(If you have any items for this department, call 'phone 106)
THE WAY BACK
Four-act Dramatic story with Miriam Nesbitt.
THE LIFE GUARD
Featuring Billie Reeves.
PATHE NEWS and Colored Fashions.
ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
norm a i OTrnnn i AiiRinnir
yirLiuHL oiLHiyi LHurJUiu
GEO. C. PASTEUR, Prop.
Qualify and Service
Special Attention Given to
No Extra Charge for Hurry Work
20 W. Ft. King Ave.
The Only Place in Ocala Receiving Daily
Supplies of All Kinds of Sea Foods
, OYSTERS ON THE HALF SHELL
Oysters by the Quart, 40 cents
Fresh Crabs and Shrimp Every Day
JOHN METRIE, Prop.
No. 5 N. Main SI. :-: OCALA, FLORIDA
Y'' br-fj I
rM&&'0r. Remington Arms-Union Metallic Cvtri
15S Woolworta Building (233 Broadway) Ni
18 Years Experience
The latest machinery, skill skilled
ed skilled labor and ann abudant
supply of soft water we are
able to give the public an
exceptionally high quality
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St,
Macm'olia Meatt Market 1
OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE
340 North Magnolia Street
No. 10 S. SECOND ST.
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Florida and Western Meats Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables
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- Ocala, Fla.
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Thought for the Day
Let tomorrow take care of tomorrow,
heave care and worry to fate.
What's the use to anticipate sorrow?
Life's troubles come never too late.
Half our troubles are half our inven invention,
tion, invention, And often from blessings conferred,
Have we shrunk in the wild apprehen apprehension
sion apprehension Of evil3 that never occurred.
Thanksgiving Dance at the Woman's
The leading social event of the early
winter season was the Thanksgiving
dance given last evening at the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club building by the eight o'clock
Among the guests were several
charming visiting girls and matrons
and a number of former Ocala boys
who took advantage of the holiday to
return home for a short visit.
. A card program of sixteen dances
and four extras was enjoyed and in
the reading room two tables of auc auction
tion auction were formed' by guests not danc dancing.
ing. dancing. The music was rendered by
Needham's orchestra and the dance
opened with a grand march led by Mr.
and Mrs. James Taylor.
During intermission coffee and
sandwiches were served.
The guests were!
Miss Louise DePass of Gainesville,
wearing white crepe de chene accor accor-dian
dian accor-dian pleated, made empire.
Miss Marion Phelps of Boston,
wearing garnet creep de chene, with
velvet bodice and black jet trimmings.
Miss Augusta Howard of Savannah,
wore a pretty costume of pink chiffon
over pink taffeta and the short waist waist-ed
ed waist-ed bodice was trimmed with silver.
. Mrs. Sylvan McElroy of Orlando,
wore white net, the skirt composed
entirely of frills; the body of her cos costume
tume costume was blue taffeta.
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski Jr. was
charming in pink chiffon with pearl
and lace trimmings.
- Mrs. James Taylor .was gowned in
white taffeta with blue brocaded vel velvet
vet velvet girdle.
Miss Nina Camp wore lace over yel yellow
low yellow messaline and a corsage of Am American
erican American Beauty roses.
Miss Ruby Gissendaner was in yel yellow
low yellow flowered, organdy with drapery of
Miss Mary Burford wore 'shell pink
messaline with over dress of net of
the same delicate shade.
Blue tulle over blue taffeta formed
the dancing frock worn by Miss Lil Lillian
lian Lillian Thomasson.
Miss Mildren Groman wore blue
messaline attractively fashioned.
Mrs. W. S. Hiland's gown was of
Nile green taffeta with puff net
Miss Marion Long wore salmon
Miss Blair Woodrow wore a cos
tume of pale green net trimmed in
tiny pink rosebuds and a most becom
ing tulle dancing cap.
Mrs. John Taylor was lovely in lav-
endar rrepe de chene en traine with
trimmings of white chintilla lace and
tulle.'.'' : v '
Mrs. R. S. Hall was gowned in yel
low chiffon with oriental trimmings
and a girdle of pink velvet.
Mrs. H C. Dozier wore blue chiffon
over blue with narrow bands of fel
low. The waist had a touch of gold
Mrs. C. H. Lloyd wore blue taffeta
trimmed in pink velvet and white
lace." :7 ; .r: .' ; '
Mrs. Harry Walters was in pink
chiffon with passementerie embellish
Mrs. Jack Camp wore blue crepe
meteor with white lace bodice.
Miss Mamie Taylor wore white em
broidered organdy and lace over
Mrs. W. D. Taylor's costume was
pink chieffon over pink taffeta with
Miss Nettie Camp wore a girlish
frock of blue flowered r chiffon over
blue with trimmings of silver lace.
Mrs. I. F. Bennett was in white
voile with coral trimmings.
; Miss Rosebud Robinson wore pink
messaline, with tulle and iridiscent
Miss Dorothy Long's dress was of
chiffon over pale pink, the drapery
edged with silver fringe. ?
Miss Annie Atkinson wore white
crepe de chene en traine with lace
and pearl trimmings.
Mrs. Christian Ax wore a hand
some gown of black lace.
The gentlemen present last evening
were Messrs. Robert Clarkson, Leslie
and Robert Anderson, O. B. Howse,
Phil Robinson, A. J. Beck, Sam Math
ews, Alfred MacKay, Holmes Walters,
Whit Palmer, Carlisle Klar, Harry
Palmer, Guy Zewadski, "John Chazal,
Clarence Meffert, Albert, Harriss, W.
K. Zewadski Jr., Jack Camp. W. S.
Hilands, C. H. Lloyd, R. S. Hall, J.
H. Taylor, James Taylor, C. Ax, W.
D. Taylor, Clarence Camp, Drs. H. C.
Dozier, Harry Walters and Sylvan
Misses Ruth Thigpen and Mamie
Pedrick of Dunnellon, were Thanks-.
giving and fair guests of Mrs. D. M
Roberts and Miss Louise Roberts at
the dormitory. -
- Gainesville visitors during the fair
were J. W. Vidal, Albert Vidal, Miss
Irma Vidal, Mr. and Mrs. W. M
Hodgson, W. M. Pepper and family
R: L. Black, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar
Mr. and Mrs. Newton A. Callison, G.
B. Tison and family, Mr. and Mrs. D.
Edwards, S. T. Dell, Mrs. W. L. Hill
Sr., Miss Mayme Shutt, Miss Myrtle
Thornton, Miss Rose Tenant, H. F.
Gobert, Roy V. Ott and Misses Con Connie
nie Connie and Suella Kirby.
Miami Wedding of Interest Here
The Miami Herald gave the follow following
ing following account of the marriage Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday of Miss Mabel Godson, which will
be read by her many friends in Marion
County, she having formerly resided
at Cottage Hill and in this city:
No wedding which has occured in
Miami this autumn will be of more
interest that that of Miss Mabel God Godson,
son, Godson, the daughter of Mrs. Maria God Godson,
son, Godson, to Roy E. Brown, which was sol solemnized
emnized solemnized in the church of the Holy
Name at half past 7 o'clock last
The beautiful marriage ceremony of
the Roman Catholic church was sol solemnized
emnized solemnized in the presence of relatives
and a few intimate friends. Rev.
James McLaughlin, S. J., reading the
The church was simply but artisti artistically
cally artistically decorated with palms, shrubs,
and white roses, while lighted tapers
burned on the altar.
The bride was attended by Miss
brest Fielder as maid of honor.
The bride was charming in a gown
of heavy white crepe meteor, fashion fashioned
ed fashioned on gracefully simple lines and trim
med with radium lace. With this
she wore a picture hat of white lace.
The groom had as his best man, W.
. Spalding, a cousin of Mrs. Brown.
Mrs. Godson wore a gown of grey
crepe meteor, brocade and trimmed
with self tones.
Following the ceremony Mr. and
Mrs. Brown received the good wish wishes
es wishes of their friends at the home of the
bride's mother on Eighth street, where
an informal reception was held.
Both young people are very popular
in Miami and have the best wishes for
uture success and happiness of their
riends. Mr. and Mrs. Brown will be
at home after the first of December
at 1306 avenue L, in Riverside.
Mrs. Edwin Spencer had as her
hanksgiving guests in Lakeland her
father, Mr. Frederick Chapman of
acksonville and, sister, Miss Laura
Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Schlemmer have
had as their guests for the fair Mr.
and Mrs. H. A. Wilson and children
of Lake City. They made the trip in
heir 'car. - -
Volusia county visitors to the fair
included Mr. and Mrs." W. F. Bleeck Bleeck-man
man Bleeck-man and Mr. and Mrs. William Boyd
of Daytona Beach, who motored over
in the Bleeckman car.
In the issue of the Washington Post
of November 23rd, was a beautiful
if e-like photograph of Miss Harriet
Clark, the lovely daughter of Repre Representative
sentative Representative and Mrs. Frank Clark, of
Gainesville. Miss Clark will be among
the debutantes presented to society in
Washington this winter. 9
Mr. Henry Sistrunk is home from a
fortnight stay at White Springs.
-, m m
Mrs. Belle Mershon has as her
guests until tomorrow her son, Prof.
B. Mershon and wife and Miss
Gertie Branch, of Williston. They ar arrived
rived arrived Thursday.
Miss Margaret Taylor, who is en
joying a Thanksgivng visit at home,
will return to Valdosta Monday to re
sume her school duties.
Dr. Ellen Lowell Stevens of Jack
sonville, has numbers of friends in
this section who will learn with re
gret of her illness at a hospital in
Mrs. E. L. Maloney, mother of Mrs.
W. Hunter; passed through the
city yesterday en route from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville to St- Petersburg to join Mr. Ma-
oney, who has taken the management
of a hotel in the Sunshine City for
Mr. Morris Smith, after a Thanks
giving visit at home with his fathe
Dr. D. M. Smith, left this morning for
Leesburg, Orlando and DeLand.
Mr. Claude Gates of Marathon i3
paying a visit to his wife and baby,
who are visiting his mother, Mrs. Ida
Gates and Mr. E. C. Smith, Mrs.
Mrs. Arthur Cobb is the proud
possessor of a -new nve passenger
Dodere car. a crift today from Mr.
Messrs. Harry Palmer and Asher
Frank, who have been in the city at
tending the fair, left today for Tam Tampa,
pa, Tampa, going by Orlando and Kissimmee.
Mr. Arthur D. Hodge, who has been
on an extended trip to the middle
west and Canada since July, reached
home last night.
The following card has been issued
"Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Louis Meyer
announce the marriage of their daugh
ter Phyllis Marguerite to Mr. Roy A
Benjamin, on Tuesday the twenty
third of November, one thousand nine
Mr. Benjamin is a son of Mr.'Her-
man Benjamin, formerly of this city.
He and his bride will reside in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Percy Billingsley will
remain in Ocala until tomorrow. Mrs.
Billingsley is the guest of Mrs. Z. C.
Mr. W. T. Gary and son Wilbur
have returned from a Thanksgiving
visit to Mr. Gary's sister and family
at Fort Meade.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wiggins of Mc
intosh were Thanksgiving guests of
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Malever.
Miss Mary Seymour came over
from Inverness to; spend Thanksgiv
ing at her home here.
Mrs. Mary Spencer of the -State
Board of Health, on her way home to
Gainesville, from a professional visit
to Dade county, stopped in Ocala yes
terday long enough to ascertain the
results of the better babies contest, in
which she rendered such efficient
Mrs. Ella Proctor and children of
Eureka were Thanksgiving guests of
Mrs. M. J. Sherouse.
Misses Donnie and Willie Proctor,
of Eureka, after brief but pleasant
visits to St. Augustine, will spend
Sunday with relatives in Ocala and
resume their school work Monday.
Mrs. J. C. Smith won the prize of
fered by the Home Economics Com
mittee of the Woman's Club for the
best labor saving device entered at
the fair. She exhibited a fireless
cooker made by Mr. Smith.
Miss Corinne Kirby, who was a fair
visitor, the guest of Mrs. Edward
Greenwood, has returned to her home
in Gainesville. 1
Mrs. E. M. Overstreet and Misses
Lois and Mabel Overstreet, left this
morning in their car for Eustis after
a most pleasant week spent ins- the
city the guests of Mrs. S. U. Igou.
Have you been careful to keep up
with the new magazines that are ar arriving
riving arriving every day at The Book Shop?
We Want YOU
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
Every day we will give a
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
at our expense. Watch the
columns of the Star for
Is the most acceptiable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent absent-ones.
ones. absent-ones. YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
LY PROMPTLY DONE
vorae early before the rush begins.
over o. A'.
We solicit new business with a view
of making it mutually profitable.
ALL LADIES' READY-TO-
Stock in our
Quiet Clutch Runs m. Gil
The clutch of the new Maxwell operates in a
bath of oil. This makes it remarkably smooth
and velvety in engagement, and eliminates 80
per cent, of noise when the gears are shif ted.
J Designers of the highest-priced cars agree
' that the clutch should run in oil.
The Maxwell clutch and transmission mech mechanism
anism mechanism is fully enclosed.
We are waiting to take you for a
test ride in the car that has broken
jO all low "First-Cost" records, and is
breaking all low "After-Cost!' records.
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H K. R. CARROLL, DISTRIBUTOR g
' CALA .'' AU)liXU ' ,m j
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Slate, County and City Dcposilory.
Manv of the sick and afflicted are
being restored to health by Chiro
practic adjustments, so can you.
Charles E. Kiplinger
- Rooms 20-21 Holder Building
OCALA - -FLORIDA
store will be
K 17 to 27
. y,.;.-;l . j
in tlie Star
Thom Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Thomas,
hundred and fifteen, New York City.1
OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 27. 1915
MONDAY BEGINS ANOTHER GREAT
GAIN WEEK IN
Mr. Fred Stringfellow of. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville is down for a short visit.
Fresh Rape seed just received at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
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Tat; jf .ar r a w. s v x
Mr. J. II. Johnson and Dr. Jones
came over from Gainesville to spend
Thanksgiving with Ocala friends.
Fresh seeds of all kinds at th
Ocala Seed Store. 20-tf
Try one cf those f ro3ted pints of
Patst Blue Ribbon at Johnny's. tf.
Mr. L. B. Adams, a prominent citi citizen
zen citizen of Suwanee county, i3 visiting his
brother, Chief of Police Adams of thi3
Get the December Red Book at The
Book Shop. 25-3t
If you want to have a lot of fun,
don't forget that the Johnny Jones
shows will be in full blast at the fair
grounds this evening.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, foi
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
The many friends of Mr. Loonis
Blitch were glad to see him at the
fair yesterday. lie was reported near
killed less than two weeks ago.
Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies toy express
twice a week at Gerig'a. tf
Magnolia meat market, phone 167,
North Magnolia street, opposite Flor
ida House, fresh oysters, fish and
John T, Lewis, after greatly enjoy
ing the fair, left for his home at Ok
lawaha last night, in his car driven
by John T. Jr., who was one of the
most obliging young passenger car
riers during the fair.
For plumbing ana electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
Biggest line of jiew and reprint
novels ever received in Ocala just in
at The Book Shop. "Look them over
in the window and inside. 3t
, See the big two-page MAXWELL
automobile ad. in this week's Saturday
Evening Post. 3t
Among the Ocala merchants that
closed their stores all day on Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving was Mr. H. A. Waterman.
Messrs. Joseph Malever and B. Gold
man closed during the afternoon.
If two employees of the O. K. Tea
pot Grocery will call at A. Metrie's
store with his notice, they will be
treated to Coca-Cola in bottles, the
most satisfying of all drinks. The
Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
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. 7
tf Carter's Bakery.
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAL1IEES
PHONES 47, 104, 305
Dr D. M Boney
fMiiimi i ii n i i r i ir i i i i i i i
I have recently returned from
New Orleans where I have
been taking a post graduate
course in optometry under the most
noted specialists in the country. I
can now be found in my office pre prepared
pared prepared to give jthose in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
researches. My reduction in prices
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest
to those in need of glasses.
Ouice and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
OCALA - FLORIDA
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1-Tear rata. .$ .HO
-Yer rate. . 2.00
A-l'ear rate... 3.20
J AXON MET.il. SHINGLES UITX.
STAT ALL TKSTS. ;
They Are Practically Everlasting.
Made of rust -proof Tonran MiJ:;l ci
OalTntKMl Open Hearth steel, the r
riKKl'KOOF, LICillTMXi IKCil)!-,
the only cost la the rout of Inxtal'.'nT i
and that can be done with ha wrier
and nail, the only thing needI. T'lty
can't come off becaune they interlock jg
Bead Today for Illustrated I5oI!ct.
3653 tVEBGRCEM AVE. JACMOHVIT i.FW. fa
fhF Frank's Clothing and Men's Furnishing Stock. Each business hour will be crowded full of un-
usual values; overshadowing all former efforts since we bought this store and began a re-or
ganization of the business. The coming week should be a record breaker, with the price bars let
down so generously on Overcoats, Clothing, Hats and Underwear for Men and Boys, especially
when you consider that it is the policy of this store to offer only those things which we KNOW are
the best and can stand back of. We want YOU to KNOW that YOU CAN DEPEND ON EVERY EVERYTHING
THING EVERYTHING TOLD YOU IN THIS STORE AND IN OUR ADVERTISEMENTS.
Tr?l ifW fT Ti 11
is to III
lime, Mead liese mees
We have just received a shipment of
the newest styles, some worth up
to $3.00, in this sale at Qg
All Hats have been reduced, our reg regular
ular regular $3.00 line is now Ql QQ
going at P170
Men's Silk Hats, all colors, the real
50c kind, in this sale at OCA
Men's White Fleece Lined Under Underwear,
wear, Underwear, a real 50c value, in 9C
this sale at only OOC
Men's Heavy weight Fleeced or Rib Ribbed
bed Ribbed Underwear, the real 65c and
75c values, in this sale JQ
at only ................ 07C
Men's Summer Underwear, B. V. D.
Balbriggans and other 50c OP OP-values
values OP-values at only........ OOC
Men's Heavy Ribbed Underwear, 25c
values, will go in this 1 Q
sale at only. X C
Our stock on these goods
contains every size in all
kinds of material.
One lot of Suits consisting of values
up to $10.00, in this A QC
sale, at only...........4PTC
In this lot we have some All Wool
, Suits, that sold up to QC
$12.50, at only :PU.JU
Here you will find a large assortment
of Blue Serges and Q QC
Worsted, $15 value at.. VUU
In this lot we have some of the best
Suits in the house, some of them
sold up to $18, they J Q5
LITTLE THINGS FOR MEN I
15c Collars at only j 1 0c
25c Neck Ties, at only ...... 1 5g
50c Neck Ties, at only -25c
50c Suspenders, at only 35c
25c Suspenders at only - - - -1 9c
15c Suspenders, at only "JOc
50c Belts, at only 35c
25c Belts at only ... -15c
50c Silk Sox, at only 39c
25c Silk Sox, at only ...... -15c
10c Sox, at only Qq
10c Handkerchiefs, at only... -7c
5c White Handkerchiefs, at only.. .2c
25c Sox Supporters, at only...-. 1Yc
BOYS SUITS & PANTS
One lot. of small size Suits, values
up to $2.00, in this sale QQ
at only.... vOC
One big lot of all size Suits, values
up to $3.00, in this sale d 1 AQ
at only.... Pl -JO
One big lot All Wool Blue Serge
Suits, all sizes, $G, OA AtZ
values, at only. ... ... pfrfiO
One big lot of Beys Pants, 50c and
75c values, in this sale at OA
Boy's 50c Blouses in this OA
. sale, at only. . OUC
Boys' 25c Blouses, in this
salefor only . ..... ...
Men's $1.00 and $1.25 Dress Shirts,
all sizes, will go in this r7Q f
sale at only ?C
Men's 75c Dress Shirts, woven mad madras,
ras, madras, with pockets, in this
sale, only 3C
Men's 50c Dress Shirts, with or
without colars, in this sale HQ
at only OiC
Just as the Grown-Ups find this the logical store to save money on
Clothing, Hats, Underwear, etc., so, too, will mothers find here the
greatest sayings when they outfit their boys. The Frank stock con contained
tained contained a very comprehensive assortment of juvenile apparel for
dress, sport or school wear, you will find his prices have been greatly
We have them in all sizes, to suit
One lot of asorted kinds and values
up to $2.00, will go in QO
this sale at only. ...... Oli
Another lot of pants, containg good
?3.00 values, will go & QO
in this sale at only. ... A
The best pants we have in the store,
mostly $5.00 values will O QC
go at only.
SELLING THE STOCK FORMERLY OWNED BY MARCUS FRANK. GOODS WILL BE SOLD AT FRANK'S OLD STAND.
CASH THE ONLY CONSIDERATION .. NOTHING CHARGED TO ANYONE
On almost every pur purchase
chase purchase you save as
much S omcliraes
more as the price you
Men's Men's-- Men's Mens' Men's Large Size White Men's Amoskeag
SATIN PAD PARIS GARTERS ALL SILK NECK TIES SILK HATS B. V. D. UNDERWEAR HEMSTITCHED CHAMBRAY WORK SHIRTS
25c Everywhere, at only Newest colors at only All colors, a real 50c article at Shirts or Drawers at only HANDKERCHIEFS A 50c value at only
17c 15c 25c 35c 2c 29c
The following reports of tempera temperature
ture temperature and rainfall are made to the Star
y the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
Max. Min. Rain
November "26 75 43 ..
Fair tonight and Sunday, some somewhat,
what, somewhat, colder tonight north and central
For trade, a grocery stock, for any anything
thing anything of equal value. Address, C. H.
Van Allen, Henderson, Ky. 4tdly-2tw
Unlimited quantities of. White Ber Bermuda
muda Bermuda Onion plants at 20 cents per
hundred, or $1 per thousand. Phone
14. BITTING & CO.,
3t N. Magnolia St., Ocala, Fla.
See the big two-page MAXWELL
automobile ad. in this week's Saturday
Evening Post. 3t
TIRES AND TUBES VULCANIZED
Do not wait; bring your tires and
tubes to me NOW and have them
properly vulcanized as soon as the
need appears. We do the work right
and GUARANTEE results. Davies,
the Tire Man. 4-tf
Tinker Toy will kep the boy or girl
out of mischief on a rainy day. The
Book Shop. 3t
On Saturday and Monday, 16
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
For Good Wood
BIG Load tor $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
IMMEDIATE ATTENTION J
J. L SMOAR j
At Sm oak's Wagon Shop. J
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
SUNDAY SERVICES AT
THE BAPTIST CnURCn
9:30 a. m. Sunday school. --
11 a. m. Preaching by W. D. Up Up-shaw.
shaw. Up-shaw. 3:00 p. m. Mass meeting at the
Temple Theater address by W. D.
6:30 p. m.-B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. At Temple Theater W.
D. Upshaw will speak.
Welcome to all.
AFFLECK MILLINERY DISPLAY
An exhibit that attracted much fav favorable
orable favorable comment at the fair was made
by the Mary Affleck Millinery Parlor.
A miniature store, filled with a com complete
plete complete line of pretty hats, ruffs, veils,
trimmings, etc., carried by this estab establishment
lishment establishment was represented in the ex exhibit,
hibit, exhibit, dolls attractively dressed, wear wearing
ing wearing the articles. It was one of the
most unique displays at the fair.
K Galvin's Orange Cocoanut creanre,
46 cents a pound at Gerig's Drug
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf
W. K. Lane, M. U, Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Buildinsr, Ocala,
Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer, the best,
purest and most healthful of ALL
drinks, at Johnny's Place, tf
Don't shiver in the cold. ; Buy a
stove from the Marion Hardware Co.
and keep warm. 11-16
See the big two-page MAXWELL
automobile ad. in this week's Saturday
Evening Post. 3t
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
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.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. PhoTe 434. 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.
HOTEL FIRE ESCAPE SIGNS
The Star office has the regulation
hotel-room fire exit sign cards in
stock, as prescribed by the state law
and the hotel inspector.' Price, 25 for
$1; 50 for $1.50; 100 for $2.25. Pos Postage
tage Postage prepaid. d7-w-tf-ll-25-15
DISTRESS IN THE STOMACH
There are many people who have a
distress in the stomach after meals.
It is due to indigestion and easily
remedied by takirg one of Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets after -meals. Mrs.
Henry Padghan, Victor, N. Y.,
writes: "For some time I was trou troubled
bled troubled with headache and distress in my
stomach after eating, also with con constipation.
stipation. constipation. About six months ago I
began taking Chamberlain's Tablets.
They regulated the action of my
bowels and the headache and other
annoyances ceased in a short time."
Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
AUTO BACK CURTAIN
BEWARE CHEAP SUBSTITUTES
In these days of keen competition
it is important that the public should
see that they get Chamberlain's
cough remedy and not take substi substitutes
tutes substitutes sold for the sake of extra profit.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy has
stood the test and been approved for
more than forty years. Obtainable
An automobile back curtain has
been left at the Star office. Owner
can have same by paying for this ad.
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
Adyice of Mother no Dcntt Pre Prevents
vents Prevents Daughter's Untimely End.
Ready, Ky. I was not able to do
anything for nearly Six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, 'and
was down in bed for three months.
I cannot tell you how I suffered with
my head, and with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband he
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor,
but he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. 1 thought
it was no use for 1 was nearly dead and
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now I am able
to do all of my work and my own
I think Cardui is the best medicme in
the world. Aly weight has increased,
and I look the picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you, for it has helped so
many thousands of other weak, women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Write to-. Cftatranooza Medicine Co.. Ladies'
Advisory Dept.. Cnananoosa, Tenn.. for Stecial
instructions on your case and 64-paee book. "Horr
TrM&neal for Women." in piaia wrapper. N.C. 1 23
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
F! ; ; : M
rrnRY our Fresh Meat it will
ii please you. Fresh Veg Vegetables
etables Vegetables in season.
Also fine Jine of Groceries.
ii 1" 11 JiliMlKft!
WANTED To trade a grocery stock
for anything of equal value. Address
C. II. Van Allen, Henderson, Ky. 8t-
FOR RENT One of the best located
stores and best stands in the city, lo located
cated located on the public square, is for
rent January 1st. Apply to B. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, Ocala, Fla. dly-wky-tf,
MEALS During the Marion' County
Fair we will serve meals at 25c each.
The Carlton House, Mrs. M. ExErvin
proprietor, 205 Main street," near N the
postoffice. 19-6t X
FOR RENT Two desirably located
residences on Oklawaha avenue, re recently
cently recently occupied by P. V. Leavengood
and J. E. Johnson. The former one
has been thoroughly repapered and
repaired. Both in splendid condition.
Apply toMrs. O. T. Green, Ocklawa Ocklawa-ha
ha Ocklawa-ha avenue. 24-6t.
FOR SALE At a bargain, runabout
Maxwell car. Address 'X," care the
WOOr For first class wood of
any size or length, call phone 3M
four rings. J. M. Potter. tf
FOR SALE Florida raised mare, 6
years old, works anywhere; also one
buggy, one wagon, one Indian motor motorcycle,
cycle, motorcycle, one Banner bicycle. Apply at
Meadows Repair Shop, N. Orange
FOR RE"NT Well located and nicely
furni:-hd rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light hons'3 hons'3-keeping.
keeping. hons'3-keeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
FOI. SALE Horse and Buggy. A
six-year-cld, highly bred horse with
either s-urrcy or bugy, a3 may be j
preferred, for sale cher.p for cash.
Horse is a hne sadc'3 arinai or lor
buggy, surrey or any other purpese;
gept'e and reliable. Apply to O. B.
ITcv?.e, Ocala, Fla. 11-tf
HOUSE .TO RENT Cn Dorothy
strcot; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf
FOR EXCHANGE Ten acres ear
Burba nk, Marion county; will trade
for -Washington state property. J. E.
Ring, Box C38 Breinerton, Washing Washington.
ton. Washington. 20-4t-sat
TURPENTINE MAN WANTS JOB
If you want a firstclass woods rider,
stiller or cooper write to me. Isaac
Harriet, Lake Weir, Fla. 26-d2t-ltw
NOTICE OF ELECTION
HOW TO PREVENT CROUP
It may be a surprise to you to
learn that in many cases croup can be
prevented. Mrs. H. M. Johns, Elida,
Ohio, relates her experience as fol follows:
lows: follows: "My little boy is subject to
croup. During the past winter I kept
a-bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in the house, and when he be began
gan began having that croupy cough I
would giye him one or two doses of
it and it would break the attack. I
life t? 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.
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
WHEN IN NEED OF
PnONE 2 3 5 t
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
E C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C.SfillTH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
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,
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 from the fourth ward;
also one councilman at large for the
city aforesaid, and hereby appoint the
inspectors and clerks as follows:
Ward No. 1. O. B. Howse, F. B.
Beckham, George Stuart, inspectors,
and W. A. Goin, clerk.
Ward No. 2. E. W.' Clement, J. IL
Livingston, H. II. Whetstone, inspec inspectors,
tors, inspectors, and Isaac Stevens, clerk.
Wrard No. 3- T. B. Barnes, Wm. A..
Jeffcoat, E. M. Williams, inspectors,
and Judge Lester Warner, clerk.
Ward No. 4. E. W. Kraybill, R. C.
Loveridge, Ollie Mordis, inspectors,
and W. H. McConn, clerk.
11-13-sat J. D. Robertson,
Mayor of the City of Ocala, Fla.
1915 state and county tax books
are now open.
2 per cent discount for November
payments and one ?X;r 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, thu3 reducing
the pos.sibilit yof an error to the
W. L. Colbert,
11-1-lm Tax Collector.
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roofs repa; ed or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 437
Residence 80G S.- Orange Street
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