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OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1916
VOL. 22 NO. 272
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The Western Battle Front Occupies the At Attention
tention Attention of the Centeral Powers and Entente
IIE7 BATTLE HAS OPENED Oil
The fate of the Rumanian armies
in western Wallachia today appeared
stil hanging in the balance.- The ex exact
act exact measure of the Teutonic invader's
success in capturing Craivo yesterday
and cutting the main line railroad is
not yet apparent. Entente quarters
however expressed fear for the safe-
, ty of the Rumanian armies operating
in the Orsova region of the western
Rumanian front. Berlin today an announced
nounced announced further Teutonic advances on
the Rothenthurm Pass road and in the
Alt valley. A semi-official news
agency said German army reports re recorded
corded recorded the capture of 19,577 Ruman Rumanians
ians Rumanians between Nov. 1st and 18th. A
new battle has opened on the Mace Macedonian
donian Macedonian front where the Teutonic allies
. are making a stand north of Monastlr.
Berlin said the Germans captured a
height ten miles northeast of Mon Mon-astir.
astir. Mon-astir. Things were comparatively
quiet on the Franco-Belgian front to-
ALLIES TAKE MORE PRISONERS
Paris, Nv. 22. The Teutonic al allies
lies allies north of Monastir, Serbia, are
offering energetic resistance, accord-
ing to the war office. The entente al allies
lies allies are reported to have taken five
hundred more prisoners. A heavy fog
delayed the entente advance.
City Fathers Held Important Meeting
and Transacted Much Business
v Last Evening
The mid-month meeting of the city
council was held last evening, with all
members present. ,,
A communication from the park
committee of the Woman's Club was
read and referred to the street com committee.
mittee. committee. It asked for the use of the
city's street force in cleaning up the
grounds on the proposed city park in
the first ward.
At last meeting of the council a
motion carried refusing payment of
the accounts of the city enginers on
account of no bond having been filed
as agreed upon. A communication was
read last evening from Mr. Robert Eb-
ner, representing Messrs. Twombly &
Henney, stating that the bond had
been executed and would be filed in a
short time. In view of this statement,
the accounts as presented were order
Five names were replaced on the
city registration list upon application
Petitions having been filed for can
didates for city officers at the Decern
ber election, the following names were
ordered placed on" the tickets:
For mayor J. D. Robertson and J
Alderman first ward A. A. Winer.
Alderman second ward J. J. Gerig.
Alderman third ward H. A, Faus-
Alderman fourth ward John T.
Moore, F. G. B. Weihe, C. M. Living
ston and E. P. Martin.
The library ordinance introduced
some weeks asro having been with
drawn on account of its not conform conforming
ing conforming to the state laws, a new one was
"presented last evening. After reading
it was referred to the judiciary com committee.
mittee. committee. This ordinance places the
handling of the public library in
charge of a library board appointed
by the city council. The board is to
consist of five members, each to, serve
five years. During the first five-year
term the memberships would expire
one each year, but after that time
they would hold for the full five
years unlea removed by the council. It
;? thought that the proposed ordi ordi-ance
ance ordi-ance will avoid any friction in the
management of the institution in the
future, as it provides for every de detail
tail detail of the operation of the library.
It appearing that the city has been
I' f ME
filACEDOIIIAII F1IT WHERE GERMANS CLAIM TO HAVE MADE
Decision Handed Down by Judge
Hook in Suit of Missouri, Ok Ok-lahoma
lahoma Ok-lahoma and Gulf. Railroad
(Associated Press) v
Kansas City, Nov. 22. Federal
Judge William C. Hook here today
held the Adajnson eight-hour law un unconstitutional.
constitutional. unconstitutional. The decision was made
in the suit of the Missouri, Oklahoma
& Gulf, attacking the law.
HIGHER CO URT WILL DECIDE
Judge Hook directed the receivers
of the railroad, which is in bankrupt bankruptcy,
cy, bankruptcy, to accept government aid in ex
pediting the case to y the supreme
court, and to invite the attorney of
every railroad in the country to par participate
ticipate participate in the supreme court hear
ings. A transcript of the case will be
filed before the supreme court recon reconvenes
venes reconvenes Dec. 4th.
having demurrage charges on oil tank
cars on account of not removing the
oil immediately upon arrival, the
street committee was instructed to
get information on the cost of a per
manent tank and report back at next
A number of auto owners who hold
"for hire" licenses appeared and ask
ed the council to make an equitable
arrangement for handling the crowds
to the fair grounds. In former years
special privilege has ? been '. granted
car owners to operate their cars to
and from the fair grounds without a
license provided the fare charged was
not over ten cents each way. The "for
hire" owners now propose to jncake the
fare 25 cents for a round trip and is issue
sue issue return trip coupons. A special
committee consisting of Messrs. Jake
Gerig, J. M. Meffert and D. E. Mclver
was appointed to meet those interest interested
ed interested at the council chamber this after afternoon
noon afternoon to discuss the matter.
The light and water committee was
instructed to purchase a valve neces necessary
sary necessary for the connection of the new
plant with the old one at the pumping
station. -.' ";; :;" v -v.'
The clerk was instructed to notify
the owners of large power motors of
the conditions of their contracts.
These motors are not to be used with
out special permission between the
hours of 5 and 10 p. m. The cutting
in of these motors when the plant is
not providing for them has caused
the lights to be out several times of
late. .;' : v .,; ,; .J-'-
City Inspector Minshall made a re
port on the condition of sewerage and
water mains in North Ocala, and a
committee of five members of ; the
council was named to confer with him
and ascertain just what is necessary
and report at next meeting.
ine ordinance introduced some
weeks ago requiring the construction
of certain sidewalks on West Broad Broadway
way Broadway was passed.
The street committee reported on
the proposed street through the prop
erty of C. W. Moffett in North Ocala,
and was given further time to ascer
tain if said street can be opened only
a short distance from the line now
under consideration. The committee
Tiro Cf qTca inefmiAlA 4- n At
j Tics omw iiiou ulvcu tu .astci lain I lie
j cost of proper drainage of the prop prop-.perties
.perties prop-.perties between Watula and Alvarez
streets in the second ward.
j The clerk was instructed to request
j flagmen of the Seaboard railroad for
' service at the West Broadway, cross
ing during the fair.
x ne cuiei ox ponce was instructed
to have property owners at the Sea Seaboard
board Seaboard crossing pn West Broadway re-
Brittanic Went Down with a Loss of
London, Nov. 22. The British hos
pital ship Brittanic has been sunk
with a loss of about fifty lives, it is
WAS A WHITE STAR LINER
Athens, Nov. 22. The White Star
liner Britannic, used as an entente
hospital ship, has been torpedoed and
sunk off the island of Kea. The Britan
nic carried a thousand sick and wound wounded.
ed. wounded. The loss of life is supposed to
have been small.
FRANK R. MILLSPAUGH
Topeka, Kans., Nov. 22. Frank R.
Millspaugh, Episcopalian bishop of
Kansas, died of hardening of the ar arteries
teries arteries here this morning. He was one
of the most prominent figures in the
ANOTHER NEW STORE BUILDING
Mr. M. R. Hunnicutt, who operated
a grocery store on Orange avenue be between
tween between Seventh and Eighth streets,
has found it necessary to have more
room than is afforded by his present
building, and will in a few days begin
the erection of a more commodious
building. The new building will be
erected on the corner lot opposite his
present one. v
Mr.'Hunnicutt has by close atten
tion to business gradually built up a
splendid trade in the southern part of
the city. He began in a very modest
way about a year ago, and it is pleas pleasing
ing pleasing to note that he has made a suc
cess of his venture far beyond his ex
MEETING OF PYTHIAN SISTERS
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The Pythian Sisters held a most
pleasant meeting Tuesday afternoon,
there being a good attendance and
every one feeling good over Sister
Brown's visit and the return of Sis Sister
ter Sister Emma Burnett from her visit in
the north. Sister Burnett gave a very
interesting account of her visit to
other temples, and we wish all the
members could have heard her. Our
meeting of the temple on Tuesday,
Dec. 12, will be held at 7:30, and we
expect a large attendance and inter interesting
esting interesting program. We are sure all
sisters and Pythian brothers who do
not attend will miss a treat.- Sister
Burnett was installed as manager at
our Tuesday meeting, and we expect
to do considerable work by the first
of the year. Our meetings are very
interesting and instructive, and every
member should put forth every effort
possible to attend regularly, so they
may derive all the benefit from the
A PRETTY MICANOPY HOME
The Welch Lumber Co. is supplying
the material for the beautiful new
home being erected by Mr. J. B. Wat Wat-kins,
kins, Wat-kins, the Micanopy banker, in -that
little city. Mr. Watkiifs' new home
will be one of the prettiest in that sec section.
tion. section. .;;
move undergrowth from their lots so
as to give a view of the tracks south southward.
ward. southward. j
The police committee was authoriz authorized
ed authorized to put on the- force whatever extra
assistance it needed during the four
days of the county fair. j
'MARION COUNVY FAIR 1916
Tuesday, Nov. 28-Woodmen of the World Day
930 A. M. Concert, Court House Square by Chap Chap-pell's
pell's Chap-pell's Barid.
10:00 A. M. Grand Parade, Uniform Rank, W. O. W.
led by Band. Parade will form at W. O. W. Hall,
will march around the Square and then to Fair
Grounds, where Hon. W. W. Anderson will give the
address before the Grand Stand.
1:00 P.M. RACES.
I 2:35 Trot, for Purse of $150.
2:16 Pace, for Purse of $150.
Running Race, Scrub Ponies, for Purse of $20.
7:00 P. M. Rutherford Greater Shows, witrrMusic by
ChappelPs All American Band.
A. M. Judging before
Roadsters, Standard and Non-Standard.
Draft Horses, Pure Bred and Grades.
10:00 A. M. Industrial Parade will form on North
Main St., marching up Ocklawaha, down Fort King
and to Court House Square, thence to Fair Grounds.
11:00 A. M. Address to Farmers by Prominent Agri-
1:00 P. iCl. RACES.
2:25 Trot for Purse of $150.
2:20 Pace for Purse of $150.
Running Race, Scrub Ponies, quarter-mile dash, 20
Thursday, Nov. 30-Thanksgiving Day
9:30 A. M. Judging at the Grand Stand will begin as
Best Lady Riders, over 16 and under 16.
Best Gentlemen Riders, over 16 and under 16.
Best Single and Double seated turnouts, Decorated.
12:00. Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner.
1:00 P.M. RACES.
2:20 Trot, Florida Horses, for Purse of $150.
Free for All, for Purse of $250.
Mule Race, half-mile dash, for Purse of $20.
Running Race, Scrub Ponies, for Purse of $20.
Friday, Dec. I
9:30 A. M. Judging of Mules, Asses and Shetland
10:00 A. M. Parade of School Children, Girls' Canning
and Boys' Corn Clubs.
Awarding of Prizes to Girls' and Boys' Clubs by
Prof. Brinson. x
11:00 A: M. Address by Hon. W. A. McRae.
1:00 P.M. RACES.
2:15 Pace, Florida Horses, for Purse of $150.
. Free for All, Half-Mile Heats, for Purse of $150.
" Marion County Amateur Horses, for Purse of $100.
Running Race, Scrub Ponies, for Purse of $20.
You should not miss one of the Band Concerts given by
Chappell's All American Marine Band. This Band is one of
the many good things the Rutherford Greater Shows will favor
us with. Be sure and ride on the new $10,000 Whip.
See the Woodmen of the World Parade on Tuesday, the
First Day of the Fair, and the Big Industrial Parade on
Wednesday, the Second Day.
Come and have Thanksgiving Dinner with us. The La Ladies
dies Ladies of the Civic Committee of the Woman's Club, assisted by
the Economic Committee of the Club, promise to serve a
Thanksgiving Turkey Dinner, second to none.
Those interested in the Races will not be disappointed,
as they give promise of being excellent.
THOSE THAT HAVF-GET v.jttSa
ji r 3 f Vthis old cish,W
29 Farmers Day
Grand Stand of:
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Oldest Reining Monarch Sus Sus-cumbs
cumbs Sus-cumbs to Pneumonia
ASCENDED AUSTRIAN THRONE
London, Nov. 21 A Vienna dis dispatch
patch dispatch via Amsterdam says that Em Emperor
peror Emperor Francis Joseph died Tuesday.
DIED OF PNEUMONIA
Paris, Nov. 22. Emperor Francis
Joseph died of pneumonia resulting
from a cold he caught while, walking
in. the Schoonbrunn Park with the
King of Bavaria ten days ago, accord according
ing according to a news dispatch from Zurich.
The Austrian embassy at Madrid
has officially announced the death of
Emperor Francis Joseph, said a news
agency dispatch.. This is the first of official
ficial official announcement received of the
DEATH WAS UNEXPECTED
London, Nov. 22. Emperor Francis
Joseph arose at his usual hour Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday and attended to government busi business,
ness, business, according to a news agency dis
patch from Amsterdam. Another dis dispatch
patch dispatch said he was assisted to bed and
his physicians summoned last night.
He appeared better 'about 9 o'clock
but a few minutes later made a ges-'
ture toward his throat and died. The
public was not aware the emperor was
LONG AND EVENTFUL
It is doubtful if in all history there
hv.3 been an active, authenticated
reign longer than that closed by the
death of Francis Joseph.
At nineteen years of age he ascend
ed the throne of Austria, upon abdi abdication
cation abdication of his uncle, Ferdinand I., Dec December
ember December 2, 1848, his death last night
ending an active reign of 68 years, all
but, the first twenty during which he
was also Apostolic King of Hungary.
Francis Joseph's reign was as
eventful 1 as it was long. From his
imperial vantage point he .saw the
French monarchy go down, the Second
Empire rise and crumble, the Com Commune
mune Commune flare briefly, and the Republic
of today rise on its ashes; he saw the
black pinions of the Prussian Eagle
stamped on the flag of Austria itself;
he saw the papacy shorn of its terri territorial
torial territorial demesne, while about a bicker bickering
ing bickering family of petty principles was
wielded into united Italy; he saw
Spain, once the greatest of colonial
powers, lose the last of her depend dependences
ences dependences .. in two oceans; he saw Japan
opened to Western civilization, and
later defeat the sprawling Colossus
of two continents; he saw the most
absolute despotisims Russia, Tur Turkey
key Turkey and Perisa concede representa representation
tion representation to the people; he saw at a dis distance
tance distance the United States cement its
federation with the blood of a great
internecine war, and he saw his own
brother prove that monarchy could not
take root on American soil.
In his own country he faced dissen dissensions
sions dissensions and external aggressions from
the moment he came, to ,the throne.
By the war of 1859 with France and
Sardinia he was forced to cede Lom Lom-bardy
bardy Lom-bardy to Italy; by force of arms and
treaty he lost the Duchy of Holstein
to Prussia and Venice to Italy; and
by the revolt of Kossuth, the Hun Hungarian
garian Hungarian patriot, he barely escaped hav hav-gni
gni hav-gni the dual empire cut in two.
Besides the many internal and ex external
ternal external differences of his people and
nations hewas forced to face during
his reign he had many person personal
al personal sorrows which overshadowed his
life, the greatest of which was the
tragedy in 1889, when Rudolf, the im imperial
perial imperial prince, of the house of the
Hapsburgs, and upon whom the Aus Aus-trians
trians Aus-trians pinned their hopes, met death
in a mysterious way, which to th's
day is not cleared.
SECOND HAND WAGON W ANTED
Will pay cash for a second-hand
wagon, sixe 2x3. Must be a bar-
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gu:n. Appiy ro J. a. vunis ai uie.joran & Co., West Exposition street,
We make 5 and 10 cent loaves of
bread, and advise buying the 10 cent
loaf. Carter's Bakery. tf
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AT AGE OF IIIIEEI!.
Fitzgerald Announces His Intention to
Prepare Bill Providing for Such
Washington, Nov. 22.-i-Chairman
Fitzgerald of House Appropriations
Committee, has announced that he in intends
tends intends to prepare a bill "providing for
an embargo on food-stuffs and that
he would push it early in the com coming
ing coming session of congress. He declared
that an embargo would be the most
effective weapon in the controversy
with Great Britian over the trade
black list and do more to bring nego negotiations
tiations negotiations to a head than months of
diplomatic conferences. He says it
should be imposed for purely domes domestic
tic domestic reasons, as food prices have reach
ed levels where they are causing
It is understood that President Wil Wilson
son Wilson and the cabinet oppose such legis
TO CANNING CLUB MEMBERS
It will soon be time for the annual
contest of our club work. Friday, Dec.
1st, is set aside as Children's Day at
the Marion County Fair, and on that
day you are to be the special guests
of the fair association, being admitted
in recognition of your uniform. You
are requested to meet at my office in
the court house just as near 9 a. m.
as possible, to be ready to form in
line to go out to the fair grounds,
after which there will be a short pro program
gram program in front of the grandstand and
the awarding of prizes takes place,
immediately after which you will be
served dinner, having as your guests
the corn club boys and several promi prominent
nent prominent guests.
This we hope will be the very best
of all the contest days ever held In
Marion county, the success of which
depends on each and every one of you
to make it so.
Our best men and women, through throughout
out throughout the county have every faith in you
girls. They are proud of you, and of
the good work you are doing. Meet
me at time and place named on Dec
1st. Caroline Moorhead,
Home Demonstration Agent.
JUDGE SMITH HAS A MAXWELL
W. E. Smith, Marion county popular
probate judge, has bought a Maxwell
car, it being the second car of this
type he has owned. Judge Smith has
tired several makes of cars and has
now settled on the Maxwell. He says
he finds in the 1917 model all things
desirable, the only objection to the
car ha3 been eliminated namely, its
rough riding, and the new car i3 as
easy riding and comfortable as one
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our most heart heartfelt
felt heartfelt thanks to the good friends who
(were so kind in the sickness and death
of our dear aunt.
, Mr. and Mrs. J. R. Jordon.
TURKEYS FOR THANKSGIVING
We have a large number of fine
' turkeys for your thankssivine- dinner.
prjce 20 cents a pound on foot. E. C.
phone No. 10.
Liver cake, angel cake and mae-
jCaroons, fresh every day, at Carter V
i Bakery. tf
OCALA EVENING STAR. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1916
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
IIITTIXGER & CAKIIOLL, PROPRIETORS
H, n, Carroll, General 3Ianaer Port V. Uavengood, JJuIne Manager
J. II. Ilenjaiulo, Editor. .'-
Entered at Ocala, Fla., posofiice as second class matter
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Six months, in advance ..
Three months!, in advance.
One month, In advance....
One year, in advance.. ,..?8.y
Six month.- in advance -25
Three months, in advance...... 2.2
One month, in advance .80
Attend the Board of
ins; Friday evening.
If you attend the Board of Trade
meeting Friday evening, go with the
determination to do something to
push the old town ahead.
; Ocala is a mighty good town, bet better
ter better than rr&st of them, but it might
be even better.
One of the reasons why Ocala isn't
a better town than it is, is because it
13 in a rut a broad, comfortable rut,
but a rut all the same.
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every nousewiie vvno
make an exhibit.
can do so, to
Most everybody in Ocala is doing
well compared with the rest of the
world, eating at least two and a half
squares a day, cigars and coca-cola
in. moderation and able to put on a
clean collar at least three times a
Placid prosperity is better than
feverish prosperity, but if we could
pump some more of the placid stuff
into our pond so it would be deeper in
the middle and, spread out on the
sides, it would be still better.
There are a whole lot better fairs
than our fair, and there are a whole
lot worse. It has alwaysbeen a pretty
good fair, and it's our fair. All the
people in the county have an interest
in it, whether they all feel it or not.
-The fair has never been a money
making proposition. There has been
a deficit almost every year, which the
fair association has made shift to
meet, because the men composing tne
association have too much pride In
their county to let it have such a bad
advertisement as the fair failing.
Sinoakintr Of nonds reminds us of
water and speaking of water reminds
lis of water transportation, and that's
what we want you to go to the Board
cf Trade meeting about.
As aforesaid, there is a chance that
if we get busy right away, we can
have the Oklawaha improved and the
canal to Ocala dug. If we don't we
may have to wait perhaps until some
of us who will pick turkey wishbones
this Thanksgiving are where we won't
worry our creditors any longer.
' Frank Clark says if we will back
him up on that canal proposition he
can obtain it for us. Frank is a man
that does things, and when he says
anything like that, we are fooly H we
don't do our darndest to back him up.
Mr. Clark', however, made that re
mark before election. He wasn t an anticipating
ticipating anticipating the democratic majority in
the House to be wiped out. Perhaps
he can attend to our little affairs af-
tor March 4. and DerhaD3 he can't. At
any rate, we can hustle and hold up
his hands just as easy next month as
we can next year, and to more effect.
PROBLEMS TO BE SOLVED
Lake Kerr, Nov. 20. Mr. James
Wallace made his usual trip across the
lake the 19th.
Mr. Larue Hastings .with friends
made a good haul cf mullet in Salt
Springs on the 17th.
Rev. Boatwright filled his regular
appointment at Eureka the 19th. i
Mr. and Mrs. Dudley of Fort Mc-:
Coy were with us the 14th.
Mr. Wade Hastings, now of Lacota,
spent the day at the home of his
uncle, Mr. Williamson.
The lonesome spell was broken in
Lake Kerr last Friday afternoon with
the arrival of the winter visitors. His
many friends will be delighted to hear
of Mrs. G. A. Smiley V arrival from
New York. Mr. and Mrs. A. F.
Smiley with little daughter will ar-
rive tne zutn.
. Mr. Richard Kellogg, our jovial
friend of Richland, Mich., also Mrs.
Reed, Mrs. Swift and 'Mrs. William Williamson
son Williamson of Richland, Mich., arrived the
17th. Mr. Kellogg greatly enjoys the
fishing and huting here, squirrel, rat
tler, 'gator or deer, but need not nec
essarily spend much time hunting the
latter for some "dear" came with him
Many Puzzles That Have Baffled the
Cleverest for Centuries Offer
Chances to Brainy People.
Almost everybody becomes tired,
however, of paying the fiddler to see
other people dance, so if this fair
should be a thousand dollars or so in
the hole this year there might not be
another for a week or two of Thanks
givings, -v :v'V-'v
We have acquired the habit of go
ing to the fairs have been to them all
and it's our unbiased opinion that
anybody who attends one can obtain
more for the admission fee than any
other way of spending the money, un
less he buys sawdust with it and
who wants to buy sawdust, anyhow ?
If you will consult the program
elsewhere, you will see that you can
have four days of pure joy at 50
cents ner diem. The nights will be
thrown in for good measure.
There is a whole lot of satisfaction
you can obtain that isn't down on the
program namely, meeting old friends
.and making new ones, seeing if you or
your neighbor can't raise a bigger pig
or pumpkin, or tell a bigger fish story,
than anybody else. ..
Anvone wishing: to help the Ken
drick ladies in sending a box as a
Thanksgiving offering to the Chil
dren's Receiving Home of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, will please take or send their
offering to Mrs. Bradford C. Webb,
Saturday, afternoon. Clothing, mon money
ey money or edibles acceptable.
Mrs. Bradford C. Webb.
A. C. Li. SCHEDULE
, Our fairs are forums, when people
from Flemington, Orange Springs,
Gaiter and Moss Bluff and the places
in between, meet and learn to appre appreciate
ciate appreciate each other. They are the grand grandest
est grandest little welders a county can have.
Thanks to them we all know each
other and are better able 'to work to together
gether together for the common good.
; The fairs enable us to realize better
than anything else what a good county
we have. We wouldn't know what a
fine land we live in 'if it wasn't for
these annual meetings and exhibits.
The other day there came up here
from Jacksonville a deputy U. S.
marshal, who proceded to sell the G.
A. Carmichael, Ocala's only, freight
boat. He sold it to the Standard ; Oil
company, which already has a greater
merchant marine than any other
tion except Great Britain.
Old Marion has much to be proud
of. There is not another county in
the state, perhaps not in the United
States, as well able to live within itself.'
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. Petersburg 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
Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141. Wilcox. Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
: No. 48. Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
i No. 49. Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m. :'. ;
No. 39. Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines
ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 150,, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny-
Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur
day, 9:50 p. m.
For the man to whom the mysterious
appeals there Is no lack of problems
which have baffled the cleverest. brains
for generations, and in many cases for
long centuries, and still remain as far
from solution as ever.
If he Is mathematically inclined he
can win immortal fame by solving the
problem of how to "square the circle."
The cleverest brains of all ages and
countries have wrestled in vain to dis discover
cover discover exactly the relation between the
circumference and the diameter of a
One Dutch professor gave nearly 60
years of his life to the task ; he worked
out the equation to over 700 places of
decimals, and was then little nearer
the end of his calculations than when
No less elusive is the square root of
two. Thousands of years In the ag aggregate
gregate aggregate have been spent In endeavor endeavoring
ing endeavoring to make this calculation; it has
been worked out to 111 places of deci decimals
mals decimals by one enthusiast, but the exact
square root remains, and probably al always
ways always will remain, unfound.
Ever since the days of the Pharaohs
scientists have been searching for the
secret of changing base metals Into
gold; but the "philosopher's stone" has
always proved a will o the wisp in Its
tantalizing elusiveness; and although
Edison declares the day of Its discov
ery is drawing near. It still seems as
remote as ever.
Countless men, too, have been driven
to despair and almost to Insanity In
their efforts to discover perpetual mo motion
tion motion ; and the man who finds Its secret
will certainly win a fame greater than
that of Newton himself.
"No scientist has yet satisfactorily
explained what is the relation be between
tween between sun spots and the mariner's
compass why the prevalence of spots
on the sun makes the compass erratic
and unreliable ; and none can prove
whether Mars is Inhabited or notor
tell exactly what a comet is, or what
effect, If any, the moon has on the
weather. These are all problems, the
solution of which would make your
name famous throughout the world.
If you would try something possibly
simpler, the world would much like to
know the secret of the rocking-stones
those huge masses of rock, some
nearly 100 tons in weight which are
so delicately poised that the pressure
of a finger will set them moving. How
and when did they get there, and with
what object? '
What, too, were the origin and pur purpose
pose purpose of the monoliths at Stonehenge,
on Salisbury plain ; and by what means
in those prehistoric .days were the
enormous cross slabs raised Into position?
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The G. A. Carmichael was compar comparatively
atively comparatively a new boat. She was built
about three years ago in a Marion
county shipyard, and she "'- cost Ed.
Carmichael about $8000. Ed ran her
for the good of his home town for
awhile, then practically made a pres present
ent present of her to a corporation. She made
regular trips, coming up the river
from Jacksonville loaded down with
freight. But there was bad manage management
ment management somewhere she was tied up,
and now she is taken away from the
little city that needs her to become
the property of the richest corpora corporation
tion corporation on the face of the earth.
For four long years we have known
the stress of hard times. The political
changes of four years ago scared cap-
ital half to death and put business all
over the country on a safety first
basis.- Then came the war, which has
probably dealt with Marion county
more hardly than any other county in
Co-operation can do great things,
but until men are better and wiser, it
will never be such a power for pro progress
gress progress as selfishness. A shrewd busi business
ness business man without a grain of public
spirit in his make-up, would have
taken the Carmichael and made money
out of her, whereas good-natured old
Ed, who. generally gives away with
one hand what he makes with the
other, and the public-spirited business
men who succeeded him, made a bob bobble
ble bobble out of the enterprise.
If We can have the canal dug and
the river improved, very likely two or
three or more entirely selfish men will
grasp the golden opportunity to set
boats to chasing each other up and
down the stream. We see no other
chance for relief from high freight
rates. The business men of Ocala
could do a whole lot of things if they
would. Experience of the past few
years shows positively that they
By way of closing the chapter about
the boat, it isn't out of place to write
a little parajrraDh about Ed Carmi
chael, and say, that Ed, in proportion
to his means, has tried to do more for
Ocala than Flagler did for St. Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, and it is by no means altogether
his fault that he failed.
opens the Marion
Yet Marion' county lives and its
poverty is so much better than some
other folks' prosperity that if they
could be with us and of us their hearts
would sing for joy.
Last spring the writer went all over
the county and met the people of every
community. Everywhere he found
them well fed and well clothed, living
in good houses, driving autoes or fine
horses and without any sign of the
shadow that lies over so much of the
rest of the world.
Nobody gives anything to Marion
county. Everybody takes as much as
they can. All she has she digs out of
the soil. And she has enough to feed
and clothe her people, pay her bills,
including the highest freight rates in
the state, give her people a fair re reward
ward reward for their labor and a little time
off for play.
v Fair time is play time. Everybody
come and sit in the game. Bring an
exhibit if you have it, and if you
haven't anything else bring yourself,
It takes a lot of people to make up a
world, and we want to see a bunch of
them in Ocala next week.
OAK or PINE Any Length
) I il IL IfW Lfu u
Mayor J. D. Robertscn.
City Clerk and Assessor H. C.
Tax Collector and Treasurer W.
City Attorney F. R. Hocker.
City Physician Dr. H. F. Watt.
City Marshal R. L Carter.
Chief Fire Department H. S.
Superintendent Street Depart-;
ment Robert Marsh.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve
Superintendent Light and Water
Department J. C. Caldwell.
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Phone 165 7
One Door East of M. & C. Natipnal
.arge store fooibs
gifts for Christmas
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leader in Holiday and Christmas Go 6 ds
SgWATCH US AND KEEP POSTED
Visitors who went to Ft. Harrison to
say farewell to the boys who have
gone to the Mexican border are now
recovering from the "chigger bites
they received on that occasion. "Chig-
gers" are, not abundant In Marlon
county, but those that lay In ambush
in the grass at Ft. Harrison fully
made up in pernicious activity what whatever
ever whatever was lacking in mere numbers,
Many persons had there a first intro introduction
duction introduction to the chigoe, which is of the
order dlptera, family pullcidae, spe
cies sarcopsylla penetrans. It Is some sometimes,
times, sometimes, in addition to its Hoosler name
of chigger, called the jigger and the
sand flea. Only the female attacks
man. When she gets ready to lay her
eggs she bores deeply into the skin,
usually of the feet and ankles. This
insect is found at its best in the West
Indies, but is nearly as active In the
Southern states. There is no complaint
of any innocuous desuetude of this in insect
sect insect In Indiana. The chigger deposits
in the perforation she has made In the
flesh a bladder or sack containing
about 60 eggs. The old-fashioned!
Hoosler way of ridding oneself of chig chig-gers
gers chig-gers and chiggerettes was to rub the
red spots denoting their location with
a well-salted bacon rind. And there
are also chlggers in Texas. Indian Indianapolis
apolis Indianapolis News.
See us before you buy your
Clothing, Shoes, Hats
-:- AND -:-
Special prices to Sunday School and Public School Committees. Also
Xmas Candles furnished FREE!
All ICinds of Toys for hilcire
It-is the duty of every resident of
Marion county who can do so to at attend
tend attend the fair.
It is also the duty of every farmer,
:.anufacturer and business man, and
Iver & MacKav
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Careful Estimates m?ie on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Othw
Contractor in thr city.
Temptations of the Tongue.
A preacher at East Northfield spoke
on the Temptations of the Tongue. It
Is a good topic and should be frequent frequently
ly frequently utilized. A thoughtless or feckless
tongue can do more harm than a whole
church can do good. The preacher's
sermon was based upon the third chap chapter
ter chapter of James. Read it. You need it.
We all need It. No man can be a
Christian unless he puts Its meaning
into his life. Every pulpit should read
the chapter often. It Is one of the
finest In the Bible. There is no bet better
ter better literature anywhere. It could be
studied as an example of style. The
world needs that kind of gospeL This
country needs It. The city needs it.
There Is too much thoughtless talk go going
ing going on. Too many people think what
they think is absolutely true, and so
they deride othersvwho do not. think
as they do. This is unjust and wicked,
and It Is the part of a. true religion
and a clean civics to look at it that
way. Ohio State Journal.
All He Wanted.
Pride In the national dress of his
country and love of his profession
were blended in a somewhat Incon
gruous fashion in the answer of a
Scotch farm laborer who called at a
Glasgow recruiting depot recently.
"Now," said the sergeant, after the
necessary preliminaries had been gone
through, 'what regiment would you
like to join?" "Never mind that," was
the hearty response. "Jist gi'e me a
kilt an' a horse an' let me awa to the
"Before takine- Chamberlain's Tab
lets my husband suffered for several
years from indisre stion, causing him to
have nains in the stomach and distress
after eating. Chamberlain's Tablets
relieved him oi tnese spells right
away," writes Mrs. Thomas Casey,
Geneva, N. Y. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Homemade and baker's bread 5
cents a loaf at Carter's Bakery. Ask
for CARTER'S. tf
And Jthe Biggest Line of Staple Merchandise we ever carried
v for Men and Women v
300 Boys Shirts and Shirt Waists, regular price q)
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100 Dozen Linen Collars in our Men's Shop, regular
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trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
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tant diges-tant with eacch meal
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not pleased with results.
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cannot supply you telephone
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FARES, Including All Expenses
1st Cabin Excursion 2d Cabin St'rage
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Contains M Atomm
Worfd's OM'iit Flower.
Th rh "' .'!( bc 'T-n h fh oldest
-ultlvatc-! 1' v.cr in thr world, and.
hoi ':,i -Jr.; national emblem, was
Jrt devf !a:ttc in China. '' Confucius,
o lived zrwArcvAfly 500 years
"C, 'rrifpf.io:i-d it in his writings,
-J Entiqnt; 01: 'o.-e pottery in the
,rit!sh rauspi::n Is decorated with con conventional,
ventional, conventional, ductus of the eame flower.
First American i.ace Plant.
The first lace plant established in
the United States vas that of the
Jennings Lace works In Brooklyn, N.
Y., about thirty years ago. Other
plants have been established from time
to time until now there are about
twenty-six factories operating ZoQ lace
machines and employing several thou thousand
sand thousand persons.
1: fie Commercial
.CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00
Stale, County siid City Depository.
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Pluck' wins! It always wins! though
days be slow
And nights be dark 'twixt days that
come and go.
Still pluck will win; its average is
He gains the prize who will most en en-.
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Who waits and watches, and who al
Bridal Party Entertained by .Mr,
Mrs. F. T. Schreiber
Last night after the rehearsal for
the Schreiber-Robinson wedding,
which takes place tonight at Grace
Episcopal church, the bridal party
and Mr. and Mrs. Schreiber's intimate
friends were delightfully entertained
by them at their home.
The lovely Schreiber home was dec decorated
orated decorated with yellow dahlias and daisies.
An hour or more was spent most In Informally,
formally, Informally, every one enjoying the com company
pany company of this young couple for the last
time before their marriage.
Mrs. Schreiber, assisted by Mrs. M.
G. Chambers, Miss Tommie" Aberna Aberna-thy
thy Aberna-thy and Miss Dorothy Schreiber, serv served
ed served her guests delicious chicken salad,
sandwiches, olives, wafers, coffee and
white and gold cake with yellow frost frosting.
ing. frosting. : :
During the rehearsal Miss Robin Robinson
son Robinson presented her matron of honor,
Mrs. Mills-Price, a string of gold
beads, and the same to little Jane
Graham, one of her flower girls; to the
other, Hope Mills-Price, was given a
gold necklace. The maid of honor and
the bridesmaids were given gold
thimbles engraved with their initials.
Wfw. .- -.
Kf iA9 ErM of West
See that our Ticket Reads
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especially for the club girls and boys,
and a few special guests who will be
with them on, that day. Mrs. Moor Moor-head
head Moor-head has been seeing interested
fiiends in regard to financing this af affair
fair affair and i3 sufficiently encouraged to
announce it an assured fact. Girls in
uniform and boys wearing badges,
representing Marion's future progres progressive
sive progressive men and women, will on this oc occasion'
casion' occasion' enjoy a feast set before them
by friends who know ?r.d appreciate
Hundreds of friends are looking for forward
ward forward with much interest to the mar marriage
riage marriage of Miss Hope Robinson to Mr.
Donald Schreiber, which will take
place at 9 o'clock tonight at Grace
After the wedding there will be a
reception at the home of Mr. and Mrs.
George K. Robinson, the guests includ including
ing including the intimate friends of the famil families.
ies. families. Later in the evening the bride
and groom will leave for the north.
Exhibits for Marion County Fair
Any exhibits ready for the Marion
county fair had better be taken as
early as possible to Mrs. B. T. Purdue
on Fort King avenue, to avoid the
rush at the fair grounds. Canned
goods should be taken direct to the
Mr." and Mrs. W. J. Edwards and
children and Mr. Albert O. Harris will
motor to Gainesville tomorrow morn morning
ing morning to spend the day at the Alachua
fair. '-' '.... ;.,-'
Mrs. C. K. Sage and party consist consisting
ing consisting of Mrs. Lewis Yonce, Mrs. Lester
Lucas, Mrs. R. E. Yonge and Mr. and
Mrs. J. M. McDonald motored to
Gainesville this morning in Mrs.
Sage's Reo, to visit the fair.
--The old-fashioned fairy tale, Cin-
lerella, will be seen at the Temple
;his afternoon, with Mary Pickford
is "Cinderella." This picture is a
Alice Brady was seen to splendid
advantage last night at the Temple in
'The Gilded, Cage." It was an inten
sely interesting drama, and has been
ailed the "sweetest story ever told."
t moved swiftly from start to finish.
Miss Gamsby, the librarian, re re-(uests
(uests re-(uests the Star to announce that the
lours at the Carnegie library will
hereafter be from 9 to 11 a. m., and
I to 8 p. m.
SEABOARD LOuAL SCHEDULE
No. 9 Leaves Jacltsonville 1:35 p.
p.; Ocala, 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa,
7:50 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
(a., cuia jl tl'J y. ill aiiivo kji. A -ersburg
10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a
mi.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 8:05 p. m.
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1' p. m
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville,
:15 p. m. v .: v
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
1. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives JacK-
onville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
p. m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
AUTOMOBILE FOR TRADE
A 1912 Overland touring car, in
lair condition throughout. Will trade
pr a good piece of land or part land
Ind part farm produce. Apply at Star
fffice or. to Frank Hall, at 503 North
ine street, Ocala. 16-tf dly v
In addition to our showing of
the Latest Styles in HATS
and TRIMMINGS, we em employ
ploy employ an expert trimmer who
is always ready to give her
best services to our patrons.
PRICES ARE ALWAYS
HAIR WORK snti
Ocala House Block
Opposite Gerig's Drug
rival of a daughter at their home last
.Tr-nAWTfl AST Um
KTANJJAJll) IIAILIIOAD OF THE SOUTH
TI. R. Xt 1LLIAMS, C. T. & P. A.,
J. G. KIRKLAND, D. P. A.
The members of the sewing circle of
the Christian church will spend the
day tomorrow with Mrs. J. ,E. Chace.
They are getting f ready for their
Christmas sale of kimonas, to take
place some time in December Any
one wishing any Especial sizes can give
orders to Mrs. Chace.' They are mak making
ing making a specialty of children's kimonas.
Among the special features of the
canning club day at the fair will be a
splendid dinner served on the grounds
9 t av9aeraa9ce
E C. JORDAN & CO. j
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
- Licensed Embalmer
iPhone 10 Ocala, Fla
NO LAVVER TJEEDE
FRENCH CANADIAN VILLAGE
SAGE SETTLED QUARREL.
Old Gentleman Not Only Made Frlendi
Out of Enemies, but Used
Transaction to Help Out
"No, Tm not get. born. on de State!
I come here Tout eighteen year ago
from Tree Reever Kebec.
"Ma fader, he's dead wen Tm seven
year or, an so I'm go for leev on ma
gran'fader's, who's beeg f armalre ;
keep plent cow an horse.
"Smart ol man, too; justice peace,
notaire publique, an' all dat Not
many case go on de lawyalre, I can
tol you, eef dey see ma gran'fader
firs'. He's all for keep peace mong
"Two mans dey have some leetl
troub', an' mebbe got mad queek, an
wan of dem start for get de law.
"On way for see de lawyalre dls man
mebbe has for pass on de house were
ma gran'fader leev, an' if he's see
de ol man on de houtside, ver often
he's stop for splk wit' heem, an fore
he know It he's tol heem ev'ryt'ing.
"De oil man he's not splk mooch,
jus' lissen. Den blmeby, affer de man
get troo for splk, he mebbe say, WaI,
wal, dat's too bad, Joe. I didn t'ink
dat could happen after w'at PoIeon do
for you w'en you're seeck las' winter.
I don guess he's so bad feller. Sure
dere's not somet'ing wrong on bot
side, Joe? Better go for see heem, an
mebbe talk de t'ing over.'
"But of course Joe he's ver mad,
an' say, 'O, non, non! You bet I don
go near for see heem no more..
"Den de ol' man say, 'P'r'aps, den,
it's better I did go to see 'Poleon my my-se'f.
se'f. my-se'f. Too bad for see good frien quar quarrel
rel quarrel dis way.
"WaL my gran'fader he go over for
see 'Poleon, an w'en dey splk leetl
w'ile bout de wedder an' de crop, de
ol man he say, 'Wat's all dls troubl'
bout you an Joe Gallant, ma frien'?
Joe, he's over to ma place an' feel ver1
bad. T'ink you don, was use heem
"'Joe's ver' good feller, leetT rough
sometam, but you 'member how he's
take hees team from plowin an g6
roun' an' collec' monee w'en your barn
got burn las' falL Spen' 'ole week
in busy tam, an got tnos hun'red dol dollar
lar dollar for you, Dat's good neighbor,
'Poleon- But now can you blame eef
he's not feel so good w'en your seven
cow an' heifer break down de fence
an' tramp hall night hees nice flel of
"'Course you forget for feex de
fence, but de ol cow didn forgot to
tramp de buckw'eat.
"'Wat you better do?
"'Wal, I t'ink eef you give to Joe
ten dollar In money, beside feex up
de fence, dat mak' it hall right.
"'Poleon hees feel ver bad de ol'
man splk so nice an quietan', affer
w'ile he say:
"'Wal, M'sieu' Legere, I don forgot
dose t'ings Joe Gallant do for me, so
eef you will take ten dollar over to
Joe, I ver' satisfy.
"Ma gran'fader he's tak de monee
an go w'ere Joe was wait, and say,
'Wal, Joe, 'Poleon he's not so bad fel feller,
ler, feller, affer all. He's sen' dls ten dollar
over to you, an' is start for feex de
fence right away. An he say dat he's
not forget how you collec for heem
monee w'en hees barn was burn.
"Wen de ol' man get troo for spik,
Joe he's feel ver mean, an say right
out, T don wan dat ten dollar, an
w'at is more, I tak' it back to 'Poleon
w'en I go home.' v
"'0, non, non! de ol' man say.
T have de ten dollar. Dat's mine, sure
t'ing. But for ma share in de leetT
troub', I tak' de monee an go buy nice
bar'I flour an some odder t'ing for
poor Mis' Larue, w'at's Tos her man
las mont', an have seex leetT boy for
feed. Den I tell her dat's from you
an' 'Poleon. Dat's better dan pay de
"Wal, Joe he's jus laugh an laugh,
an' w'en he's got for splk, he's Jump
hup an shake ma gran'f aders nan
an say, 'Wal, wal, M'sieu Legere, you
one fine, fine ol' man !' Youth's Com Companion.
panion. Companion. ...
Getting OH From Needles.
Investigations of the yield and the
value of cedar oil obtainable from some
of our southern and western trees have
been made by the forest service partly
with a view to the possible utilization
of waste material left after lumber lumbering
ing lumbering In the national forests.
In these investigations, longleaf and
western yellow pine leaves produce the
most promising results, but the needle
oils obtained from these pines did not'
surpass the already firmly established
spruce and hemlock oils.
The large quantities of needles and
twigs on forest service timber sale
areas are not only a sheer waste, but
also form a special fire hazard. An in increased
creased increased market for leaf oil would make
possible the utilization of some of
this waste material.
"You have been accused of being a
"Well, replied Senator Sorghum,
"that sounds hopeful. The fact that
they selected so delicate a word Indi Indicates
cates Indicates that somebody is afraid of me.
"Don't the poor fisherman ever lose
money in this seine fishing?
"Oh, no. It is a business In which
there are bound to be net profits..
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WHITE STAR LIME
White Bermuda onion plants 20c
t nn iaa T:i.i:
per xuu, $a per avjj. jjiLnng x, uu.,
Ocala, Fla. r 31-12t
rmanentlv refrulated and made active by
A r-pT,rntc ShiTar Mineral Water. Po-
tIvpW niaranteed bv monev-back offer,
rstpsi hnei cost3 a trifle. Delivered any-
Orala Distributors, Court
Pharmacy. Phone them
Tl rfTT lTT TTlf
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Acclimated and Ready
Cash or Credit. Stock Guaranteed
D. W. TOMPKINS .:
Stables S. Magnolia Street Ocala, Florida
FLO MI 0 1AM
FINEST AND QUICKEST TRAE OPERATED ENTIRELY WITHIN
THE STATE OF FLORIDA ALL THE YEAR
iEABOAE AI1S LINE
THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY OF THE SOUTH
m. Lv. ..Jacksonville ........Ar. 7:15 p.m.
m. Ar. Oca a Lr. 4:10 p.m.
m. Ar. .. Dade City .. Lv. 2:24 p.m.
m. Ar. .. Plant City .Lv. 1:40 p.m.
m. Ar. Tampa.. .. ............. Lv. 1:00 p.m.
- St. Peter iburg .. Lv. 10,;15 a m.
SOLID STEEL COACHES
BROILER DINING CARS
OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS
JOHN BOISSEAU, C P. & T. A G. Z. PH1LUPS, A. G. P. A
Phone 129, Ocala. Florida Jacksonville, Florida
MERCHANT & MINERS TRAHSPORTATION COKPM
"Queen of Sea Routes 1
FIRST-CLASS FARES FROM JACKSONVILLE
Savannah, Ga. ...
Baltimore, lid. .
Washington, D. C.
Chicago, III-, .
New York, N. Y.. ..
Providence, R. L, .
Buffalo, N. Y.
Elmira, N. Y ....
1 Tif1 Rtnipmnm berth on steamer.
tickets reading to Savannah, Ga do not include meals.
Staterooms on all steamers outside, large and airy. Steamsmps Su Suwannee
wannee Suwannee and Somerset have special rooms, with brass beds and bath,
toilet, etc. Wireless on all steamers. -
' Steamers leave Jacksonville via Savannah, Ga., at 4 p. m., ecl ecl-nesday
nesday ecl-nesday and Saturday, to Baltimore, and Thursday and Sunday to
Philadelphia. ; A
Through tickets to all points. For further information, illustrated
booklets, reservations, etc., write or call, 5
n. C. Avery, Agent. J. F. WARD, T. P. A, L. D. JONES, C. A.
OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1916
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Board of Trade meets next Friday
MEETINGS IN NORTH OCALA
MARION COUNTY SCHOOL
DIRECTORY OF 1916-1917
Messrs. Snedden and Smith, evan
gelists, will continue the meetings m Ocala high sehool W. H. Cassels,
North Ocala every night this week, principal; Migs Tommie Abernathy,
pw.o-u-j, I"; W. S. Koontz, Robert Connor, Miss
welcome. All those who fail to hear! ... ...
them will miss a treat.
" W. H. McConn
Attend the Board of Trade meeting
For refreshing HOT or cold drinks
call at the Court Pharmacy. 22-tf
For service first, trade at Ceng's
Ocala's best drug store.
TURKEYS FOR THANKSGIVING
Attend the Board of Trade meeting
Friday night. "
Chief H. S. Chambers of the Ocala
Fire Department, is taking 'in the
Alachua county fair today.
The Evening Star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.
Mr. Harry Powell, a prominent bus business
iness business man of Fernandina,, was regis registered
tered registered at the Ocala House last night.
Insist on having Carter's Delicious
Cake (five flavors) 10 cents. tf
Little Misses Babette and Carolyn
Peyser are happy over the receipt of
a number of handsome book covers
from Mr. Maurice Rheinauer of New
Lulu Doke, Miss Lucile Cooper, Miss
Ocala grammar school Miss Eliza
beth Mizelle, Miss Ruth Abel, Miss
Minnie Lee Carlisle, Miss Marian
Anyone wishing fine turkeys for Dewey, Mrs. H. S. Wesson, Mrs. Rex
Thanksgiving, drop me a card not Tox, Miss Annie Pope Eagleton, Miss
later than the 20tb, and I will send Eugenia Fuller, Miss Helen Vaughan.
or bring them to Ocala. Price 23 Ocala primary school Miss Nellie
cents a pound, or $3.25 a head. W. O. Stevens, principal; Miss Marcella Mc-
Massey, Oklawaha, Fla. ll-7-13t Lean, Mrs. Maude Rochford, Miss
Edith Griffith, Miss Fannie Clark,
Our Diet. J Miss L.uiu urimn, miss Eunice jviarsn,
One fundamental principle is that Mrs. W. T. Evans.
the diet, considered for any reasonable I North Ocala school Miss Ella Men-
length of time, must supply a great denhall. Miss Agnes Crago.
variety of chemical substances com- Trustees for Ocala sub-school dis-
bined In different Mays for the L. T T vaa n,. tt r TWfoi-
"structural" needs of the body, and Wl.-
also must supply It with energy-yield- T T.
ing substances with which It may per- UcJnt' C. Bennett, Miss Ap Ap-form
form Ap-form internal and external work. It Pie Redditt; trustees, J. K. Christian,
seems apparent that a varied diet, E. W. Rush, Dr.- A. C. Walkup.,
reasonably generous in amount, is Belleview A. E. Ashworth, Mrs. A.
more likely to meet the body needs E. Ashworth; trustees, J. A. Freeman,
than one restricted or unvarying in A. L. Knott, J. W. Brown.
its make-up or scant in quantity.
Fantville Miss Helen Thornton;
trustees, R. B. Fant, J. B. George and
P. J. Messer.
Dunnellon C. F. Morrison, Miss
Boxes From Waste Newspapers.
Waste newspapers are used almost
exclusively In the manufacture of the j Julia E. Harn, Miss Katie May Gallo-
cardboard or pasteboard which goes way, Mrs. Elva M. Bassett, Miss Rae
to rorm the pasteDoara Dox in wmcn Folks, Miss Wynona Wetherbee, Miss
I trustees, Dr. Wm. Griffith, Thos. K.
Try Bouquet Dozlia perfume, ?2
per ounce, at Gerig's. tf
Mr. Harvey Clark of the O. K. Tea Teapot
pot Teapot Grocery, was among the Ocala
"visitors at the Alachua fair yesterday.
W. Kv Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye,- Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
If you can not come, 'phone us your
wants. We are always at your ser service.
vice. service. The Court Pharmacy. 22-tf
partment stores generally deliver
droccoa enite cViroc nt n onrl nna nf
the largest factories in the United Nortn, w. ri. uuess.
States for the manufacture of this
kind of cardboard is located just out outside
side outside of Philadelphia on the Schuyl Schuylkill
kill Schuylkill river at Manayunk.
All kinds of seed for fall garden
now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.
Attend the Board of Trade meeting
Coca-cola made in Atlanta, made
famous in Ocala at Gerig's. ;
Prescriptions left here are COR CORRECTLY
RECTLY CORRECTLY FILLED and promptly de delivered.
livered. delivered. The Court Pharmacy. 22-tf
Encourage home industry by IN INSISTING
SISTING INSISTING on having CARTER'S
bread and cakes. None better made.
Carter's Bakery. 1 tf
Mr. and Mrs. Ben Bell and children
of Tuscaloosa, Ala., are in the city for
a visit to relatives and will remain
until after the holidays.
Seed oats, seed rye ana rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
Attend the Board of Trade meeting
Friday night. '
Mr. D. B. Mayo and a friend will be
treated to our celebrated bottled drink
cock -cola, if they will come to the
store of D. Demetre, next, to Car Carlisle's
lisle's Carlisle's drug store, and show this no notice.
tice. notice. The Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling
Dr. Van Hood left on the early
morning train for Jacksonville, where
he will take a boat of the Merchants
& Miners Line for Baltimore. On ac account
count account of the serious illness of some of
his patients, Dr. Hood did not take a
vacation during the summer so he
goes now combining physical rest and
study. While in Baltimore he .. will
look into the work at the hospitals of
the College of Physicians and Sur Surgeons
geons Surgeons and Johns Hopkins. The for former
mer former was his alma mater, he having
graduated there with distinction and
afterwards served for two years in a
Baltimore hospital. The doctor's
many friends will, we are sure, join
us in wishing him a pleasant trip.
Reddick A. C. Maddox, Miss Sadie
Dansby; trustees, J. W. Wilson, C. M.
Cam, J. B. DeVore.
Pine Level W. H. Henderson; trus trustees,
tees, trustees, J. T. Ross, E. W. W. Jordan, W.
Mayville (No school). Trustees, W.
When a cold hangs on as often hap- r Hno-Mns. S- S Knight. R. C. Mc-
pens, or when you have hardly gotten Natt.
over one com Dexure you cuufcraci. xtii:
other, lookout for you are liable to -v; neirwiue-jiuss WU1"'
contract some very serious disease. Miss Mabel McCIam; trustees, W. A.
This succession of colds weakens the Guthery, J. D. Walling, E. C. Albert Albert-system
system Albert-system and lowers the vitality so that
you are much more liable to contract . Z,
chronic catarrh, pneumonia or con- Citra J. M. Feagle, Clarence M.
sumption. Cure your cold while you Kusseii, Miss Annie Mae nawKins,
can. l,namDeriain's uougn Kemeay Miss Jessie Shortridce: trustees. W.
Lf ?5L2Bu nf nlile J Crosby. A. J. Ellis, R. S. Shortridge.
upon by thousands of people and J; e
never disappoints them. Try it. It Gnner Farm E. .H. Miller, Miss Ef-
only costs a uarter. Obtainable ev- ft.? Sherwood; trustees, F. P. Cahoon;
tees, Geo. S. Brown, Geo. H. Dyke, W.
Irvine Miss Janie fBett Thorpe;
trustee, W. P. Sapp.
Goins Miss Sallie Whitfield; trus
tee, F. Lightsey.
Marshville Miss Trixie Dalrymple;
trustee, L. B. Marsh.
Eureka Miss Bessie Mae Wyche;
trustee, J. N. Brinson.
Bay Lake E. A. Grantham; trus trustee,
tee, trustee, D. M. Waldron.
Orange Springs Miss Pauline
Smith; trustee, J. B. Hall.
Martin Miss Una Shealy; trustee,
"Graham ville Miss Viola Lee; trus
tee, J. R. Peebles.
Indian Mound Miss Effie Rawls;
trustee, Wyatt McDonald.
Key Pond Carrie Holly; trustee, O.
Old Town Mrs. R. A: Jordan; trus trustee,
tee, trustee, S. D. Atkinson.
Romeo Miss Grace Pritchard.
Shady Miss Louise Albertson;
trustee, J. T. E. Gaskins.
Churchill No school! trustee, D. E.
Lake Bryant Miss Margaret Jack
son; trustee, C. H. Rogers.
Patt's Island John R. Hitchcock;
trustee, R. M. Long.
Ebenezer Miss Hattie Akins;
trustee, H. E. Golding.
Central Mrs. C. R. Curry; trus
tee, C. R. Curry.
Goolshy Elmer Riker; trustee
Mill Creek Miss Pearl McGeehee;
trustee, J. D. Proctor.
Dallas Marcus D. Peterson ; trus
tee, J. D. Proctor.
Lombay No school; trustee, C. N.
Paisley Mrs. J. W. Piatt; trustee,
R. L. Childress.
Turner Farm Miss Lillie Mercer;
trustee, J. D. Simmons.
Keystone Miss Miriam Stephens;
trustee .Tnbn RflUJff
Derby No school; trustee, S. D.
n i r
Silver Springs -No school; trustee,
H. A. Caruthers.
J. A. Luff man, I Mrs. J. M. Luff man.
Buck Pond Miss Lula M. Goldsby,
Miss Louise Niblack; trustees, T. F.
Morgan, W. D. Young, J. D. Wiggins.
Of Animals Impounded Sparr G. C. Flanders, Miss Ruth
To Whom It May Concern: This is Young; trustees, D. 0. Riker, J. E.
to certify that I have this day placed Thomas, E. Clemens,
in the city pound the following ani- Candler Mrs. Blanche Thompson;
mal which has "been found running trustees, Dr. A. Belcher, J. N. Mar Marat
at Marat large within the corporate limits of shall, T. P. Gillespie.-
the city of Ocala, contrary to the ordi Fellowship T. J. Clyatt, Miss Janie
nances of the city: One red cow Mae Perry; trustees, 'V. B. Potts, S.
marked upper bit and underslope each p. Atkinson, G. W. Mills.
ear; brand Jl. The owner thereof or Electra-Miss. Mary Forbes; trus-
their agents, and all whom tees. Geo. W. Brant. J. M. Mock. M
it may concern, are hereby notified Lippincott.
that if the animal is not claimed i Blitchton Homer Howard: trus-
and all expenses of taking and lm- tees, Landis Blitch, O. S. Sanders, J.
pounding thereof are not paid within W.r Coulter.
three days from date hereof, to-wit: Martel T. W. Graham, Mrs. Missie
On the 24th day of November, 1916, I Teuton; trustees, Walter Ray, D. A.
will sell the same to the highest and Walker, J. Seckinger.
best bidder, said sale to take place be- Fort King Olive. Jones; trustees,
tween the hours of 41 a. m. and 3 p. W. J. Young, J. E. Baxter, F. C. Clay
to., on said day at the city pound in ton. 5 :
Ocala, Florida. R. L. Carter. Capulet Miss Ruby ? Cappleman;
Marshal City of Ocala. trustees, E. F. Brooklyn, O. C. Bar-
C. A. Hollo way, Impounder.
OH! MY BACK I
The Expression of Many a Kidney
Sufferer in Ocala
ker, P. H. Hampton.
Lmadale Floyd Farrar; trustees,
C. A. McCraney, Mitchell Rigdon, I. B.
Cotton Plant Miss Fae Beck; trus
tees, J. S. Weathers, A. W. Woodward,
D. M. Barco.
Orange Lake Miss Blanche Moody;
. A stubborn backache is cause to sus suspect
pect suspect kidney trouble. When the kid-
ir, brings a Rbam twinA Tn kb amjill trustee, D, H. Burry,
of the back, that almost takes the Oak Hill Miss Aline Godbold; trus-
breath away. Doan's Kidney Pills tees, F. E. Smoak, Mrs. Ella Fant, J,
revive sluggish kidneys relieve ach- m. Mathews
: 1 i tt r 1 m
UU. ; Moss Bluff-Miss Frances Ramsey;
Monroe street. Ocala. says: "I had a trustees, J. S. Martin, Oliver Fort, S.
severe case of backache. I couldnt J A. McKinney.
straighten up after 1 once stooped Fairfield A. J. Godwin, Miss Pearl
spots floating in front of me and tees A. Oste.en, J. A. Jones, R. C.
sometimes everything before me be-1 Young.
came black. A druggist recommended Cottage Hill No school; trustees,
Doan's Kidney: Pills, saying he had A S. Pickett, H. L. Shearer,: L. D.
usinff them. One box cured me." lUecK.
Price 50c. at all dealers. Don't I Charter Oak Miss Nellie Vause;
simply ask for a kidney remedy getltiustees, W. A. Redding, T. W. Bar
uoan-s Kictoey lis tnesame tnat nett, W. J. Piatt,
cureu mr. xraiioru. r osier-muourn
Co Props, Buffalo, N. Y.
BACKACHE, NERVOUS, SLEEPLESS, BLUE ?
Do Ton Have Backache ? Are You Sleepless, Neryous .or Blue ?
Such a woman in nine cases 012
of ten is suffering' from womanly
disorders. She is often pale, with
dark circles under the eyes and
a general feeling of lassitude and
despondency. Such a woman very
often dislikes to consult a physician
about embarrassing subjects. Shs
would do well to write
care of the Invalids' Hotel and
Surgical Institute, Buffalo, N. Y.f
giving full description of her symp symptoms,
toms, symptoms, and she will receive promptly
a reply as to whether she can
Dr. Pierce does not claim for his
" FAvoiiiTE FssscmPTiorr'
that it is a "cure-all." It is rec recommended
ommended recommended as a most perfect specific
for woman's peculiar ailments. So uniform are the results which follow the use of this remarkable
remedy, that it can be truly affirmed of "Favorite Prescription" that'ii always helps and almost
always cures. "Favorite Prescription" contains no alcohol. It can be obtained in tablet or liquid
form, or send Doctor Pierce ten cents for large trial package of tablets.
It is a powerful invigorating tonic, imparting health and
strength in particular to the womanly organs. The local,
womanly health is so intimately related to the general
health that when diseases of the delicate womanly organs
are eured the whole body gains in health and strength. For.
weak and sickly women who are "worn-out," "run-down" or
debilitated, especially for women who work in store, office or
school-room, who sit at the typewriter or sewing machine, or
bear heavy household burdens, Doctor Pierce's Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription will prove a priceless benefit because of its health health-restoring
restoring health-restoring and strength-giving power. v
Many prominent folks, your neighbors, right heje in our
own state, would be glad-to testify Ask thei
Kissimmee. Fla. "The value of any
medicine is according to what it ac accomplishes
complishes accomplishes for one in 1ad health, ana
the value of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre-
scription and Pleasant Pellets is raor3
than I can state. 1 nad oeen in x-
ceedin!?ly run-down condition, result
insr from chills, fever and ague. Had
very little ambition for work or pleas pleasure.
ure. pleasure. I was so tired that life itself was
a burden. My stomach was deranged,
too, and appetite gone, and the nerves
were in such an irritable shape that 1
could not stand any noise or bad news,
even the familiar noises on our farm
would set my nerves quivering; and to
make bad matters worse, I was in the
'change with -much o'f the serious, -unpleasant
and uncomfortable features
that occur at this precariouj time of a
woman's life. The 'Favorite Prescrip Prescription'
tion' Prescription' was what I needed and was what
brought the best of changes in -my gen general
eral general health. My liver and toowels were
benefitted by using the 'Pellets.'"
Mrs. J. A. Hicks. Railroad SL
ORANGE SPRINGS FAIR
November 24th and 25th, 1916
Special train will leave Ocala at 9
a. m. Keturninsr arrive Ocala 5:30 r.
m. Fare, 60 cents round trip.
St Ocklawaha Valley R. R.
DO YOU HAVE SOUR STOMACH ?
If you are troubled with sour stom
ach you should eat slowly and masti masticate
cate masticate your fooJ thoroughly, then take
one of Chamberlain's Tablets immed immediately
iately immediately after supper. Obtainable every
When thirsty drink at Gerig's
Ocala's popular coca-cola fountain.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT Seven room house, all
modern conveniences; good barn and
garden, good location. 715 South Fifth
street. Apply to C. M. Livingston,
Administrator, Ocala. 22-12t
LOST Canary bird, solid yellow,
from Kittridge residence on Fort
King avenue. Escaped Tuesday morn
ing. Suitable reward for its return
to owner. 22-3t
WANTED To buy second hand auto
mobile; small payment down, bal
ance weekly or monthly payments.
Write me price and terms. Address,
"Auto," P. O. Box 251, Ocala, Fla 3t
WANTED I pay cash for all kinds j
of second hand flour, sugar, apple,!
1 1 tj i i i- I
on ana natx Darreis. lrop me a pos postal
tal postal stating what you have and where
Miller, 124 South 10th street, Ocala,
xii the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each roonv Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES--From $1.50 per day per person to $6.00.
ROBERT M. MEYER,
J. E. K A VAN AUGH
Condensed Statement of the Condition of
r.IETROPOUTAN SAMGS BANK OF OCAIA
I At the Close of Business Nor. 17, 1916
Loans and discounts. .... $39,893.06 Capital stock ... ......... $25,000.00
Banking house, furniture Cashier's checks .1. 103.50
Cash and due from banks.
14,076.79 Deposits .
Deposits Nov 17, 1916 ,..$36,652.10
Deposits Nov. 17, 1915. . . ... ..... 22,005.55
INCREASE for one year. .. ...... .$14,646.55
INTEREST PAID OX SAVINGS DEPOSITS
Pedro J. J. Beard, Miss Cora Sim
mons, Miss Louise Nash; trustees,
H. P. Oliver, S. G. Lovell, Walter
Nichols. f; hy '-. I
Kendrick Miss Mary Jeter, Miss
Elizabeth Freeman; trustees, J. J.
Guthery, W. B. Livingston, J. E.
Ocklawaha J. W. Mann; trustees,
C. E. Connor, W. E. McGahagin,
Heidtville Miss Myrtle L. Taylor;
tiustees, C. L. Strickland, F. H. Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, J. T. Townsend.
Pleasant Hill Miss Enal Howard;
trustees, Willard Blitch, Elbert Mills,
R. D. Mills.
Fort McCoy H. P. Chambers, Miss
Evelyn Grimes; trustees, T. M. Pierce,
W. S. Priest, E. L. Boshardt.
Anthony H. G. Shealy, principal,
Miss Beatrice Branch, Miss Mabel
Hall, Miss Nettie Harwell ; trustees,
H. A. 'Meadows, 'B. K. Padgett, C. C.
Priest Jr. ;
Summerfield L. W. Higgs, Miss
Donnie Proctor; trustees, C. P. Davis,
J. M. Harrelson, Mrs. Nora Mayo.
Homeland Miss Floy McCully;
trustees, D. N. Barco, W. T. Strick Strickland.
land. Strickland. ::.:v
Shiloh Miss -Abbie Stokes, Miss
Mary Gladney; Jxustees E. A. Smith,
R. R. Whittington, A. J. Wyche.
Lowell Miss Sallie Sigmon; trus trustees,
tees, trustees, Matt Reiff, S. F. Rou, C. B.
Howell. :: : ;: ":
Greenwood Miss Nora Creekmore;
trustees, G. D. Turner, Harmon Hall,
A. P. Monroe.
Burbank Miss Mary McKim; trus-
W ANTED $100,000 worth of hides,!
furs, tallow, beeswax, scrap paper,
copper' and brass. Write for prices
xn what you have to sell.- J. D. Mc-
Caskill, Ocala, Fla. 18-6t
FLAT FOR RENT Flats for rent,
furnished or unfurnished, use of ga-
! rage if desired. Phone 207 or call at
11 29 x East Fort King avenue, Mrs
W. V. Newsom. 11-4-tf
WANTED Castor beans; must be;
fully developed and hulled. Will buyj
any quantity from ten pounds upward)
for cash. Name vour nrice. f o. b.
Ocala. Until December 1st, address
"Castor Beans," care Ocala Star,
Ocala, Fla. 14-12t
FOR SALE Three chair barber shop
outfit. Enquire at Harrington Hallj
Barbershop, Ocala, Fla. 11-1 4-1 m ',
BV Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Mile3 West of Dade City and On Mile East of -San Antcaia
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS ;
D. r POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRES 1 sd
A.CU TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE : (
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. .1391 6
MONEY TO LEND If you want,
some, call and see me. Will lend in
Anns. r r & A
sums irom $iuu to $o,uuu on "rsi
mortgage on improved city property.
Laurie T. Lslar, Ocala. 27-tf 1
nuutsti iu itji.ii un iaugneiryj,
street. Ipply to A. G. Gates. '19-tf
FOR RENT rT wo furnished rooms;
modern conveniences, desirable neigh neighborhood.
borhood. neighborhood. Mrs. A. M. Perry, Herbert
FOR RENT A well located cottage
cf five rooms, three blocks from the
square; all modern conveniences. Ap Apply
ply Apply to RR. Carroll. Star office, tf
FOR SALEi-Stove wood, seasoned
pine and cypress, a large load for a
dollar. Phona" 223. Prompt delivery.
Welch Lumber Co. 8-5-tf
In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Judi Judicial
cial Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and for
Marion County In Chancery.
Mamie Haris, Complainant vs. George
Harris. Defendant Order for Con Constructive
structive Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant here herein
in herein named, to-wit: George Harris, be
and he is -hereby required to appear to
the bill of complaint filed In this cause
on or before
Monday, the 4th day of December, 1916.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for four consecutive weeks in the Icala
Evening Star, a newspaper published
in said county and state, -r
This 30th day of October, 1916.
tSeal) P. H. NUGENT,
Cierk Circuit Court, Marlon County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, IX C.
Complainant's Solicitor. 11-1-wed ase 01 IU
Circuit Judge W.
- State Attorney Geo. W,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff John P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Assesor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
County Judge W. E. Smith, Ocala.
Superintendent of Schools J. H.
Surveyor Alex. Moorehead, Ocala.
; Commissioners W. D. Carn, Wal Walter
ter Walter IL Luff man, N. A. Fort, S. R.
Pyles and J. T. Hutchins.
Members School Board G. S. Scott,
Ocala; B. R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S.
Grantham, Fort McCoy. H
Sub-School Trustees Jack Camp,
J. E. Chsce, W. T. Gary.
HER SON SUBJECT TO CROUP
"My son Edwin is subject to croup,"
vrites Mrs. E. O. Irwin, New Ken Kensington,
sington, Kensington, Pa. "I put in many sleepless
hours at night before I learned -of
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy. Moth Mothers
ers Mothers need not fear this disease if they
keep a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy in the house and use it as
directed. It always gave my boy re relief."
lief." relief." ; Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
The Ocklawaha Valley railroad is
giving a mighty low round trip rate
to the fair at Orange Springs Friday
and Saturday, and the Star hopes
many of our people will take advant-
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, l
hereby proclaim and give notice that
a municipal election for the city cf
Ocala is hereby called, and will be
held in the said city of Ocala, Marion I
county, Florida, on the 12th day cf I
December, A. D. 1916, for the pur-f
pose of electing a mayor of the said
city; also one councilman from the
first ward; "also one councilman from
the second ward; also one council councilman
man councilman from the third ward; also one
councilman from the fourth ward for
the said city aforesaid, and hereby
appoint the inspectors and clerks as
Ward No. 1. F. B. Beckham,
George Stuart, W. H. McConn, in inspectors,
spectors, inspectors, and O. B. Howse, clerk.
Ward No. 2. Isaac Stevens, F. J.
Huber, Elmer DeCamp, inspectors,
and E. W. Clements, clerk.
Ward No. 3. E. C. Jordan, J. EL
isaiiey, v. A. jertcoat, inspectors, r
and A. D. Fausett, clerk.
Ward No. 4. R. C. Eoveridge, E.
W. Kraybill, Ollie Mordis, inspectors,
and J. E. Engesser, clerk. J-
This the 8th day of November,-,
D. 1916. J. D. Robertson, V
11-8-wed Mayor of Ocala, Florida.
Genuine BUTTERNUT BUEAD
"made in Ocala" by Carter's Bakery,
at 10 cents a loaf. Insist uton tav-
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Marion County (Fla.)
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