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C. L. sltesir and t. I. Ciarro
Pr**eotwa. and PubUlishers.
c. L. InTTNOm",
Edit ea Md OmW m anmr
L. N. CARROLL,
City editor aMd Busimes Manager
WILL GIVE YOU A WREST
In order that the peace and harmony
of Christmas Day mlay not be dis-
turbed. there wil be no Zvening Star
issued tomorrow afternoon, and fit
order that the people of this city may
not havet their after-Xmas weariness
added to any more than necessary,
there wilk be no Banner 1Saturday
morning. So good' by, and be just as
happy as you can be, and just as good
as you'have to b.
NeW TELEPHONs DItRECTORY
The Ocala telephone directory for
1 I tos out and In the hands of its
patrons. It is the met compat6 work
of Its kind ever Issued by a telephone
company la the stnae. Every parsc-
ular of compilation and arrangement
of matter shows the work of a master
mind--end the. person who conceived
it and under whose direction tt wasU
given into the hands of the printer las
none other the-a r. Geo. R. Medean,
the efficient aldl' up-to-date manager
of'the Ocala Telephone Company, had
under whose vigilant eye It has grown
an hundred f.old in efficiency and
usefulness and Is now recognized as
one of the best local exchanges in the
A thousand copies of this Vxcellent
work have been printed, condsaung of
forty-four pages, including covers.
The primary object of the book to to
give the number of each subecriber's
phone, his office, business or residence
addesas, but the book goes further and
also classifies the out of town 'phones,
giving a list of the 'phones In everyI
village and hamlet with which it is
connected, explains the day and night
service, expense of sending long dis-
tance messages, how to send them and
general instructions to 'pbpne sers,
supplemented with a number of at-
tractive advertisements of several of
Ocals's leading ba~mese noses. Not
only this, but ocntal s an introductU,.
that o forcibly s(w for the the rea
sons tor the compilatios n the book,
that we reproduce the same here:
"To the Public: -Tils directory is a
new departure and, an operment. We
believe that Ocala & M tsn rmrrea ng
country should be drawn 'searer to-
gether. In addition to our maperlb-
.era wiaan the citv Jmt we.aesgb-
lishing the name ,f pactlealy an
parties in adjdin territory who are
connected with O by 1pb6o1e. aad
each party or firm whose name appears
in this book Will be supplied with a
copy of this disetoery.
"We want to help create had main-
tain business for Ocqk. apd Ocala
business men and Institutions and we
especially desire to call attewties to
the advertisements and the easltted
buiniess directory. If you live in a
remote part of theoaoty and need a
doctor, you willU bat. th csised
under the head of phys acns. If you
-ed hardware, Sefteis, dry *oods.
seed. a plumber, undertaker, banker
or baker, look in the elassefied direc-
tory--and tna the belL We will do
"We are more or less dependent, one
upon the other. The telephone and
loa distance lnes ramifying every
amok and corner of this and adjbmta-
Ina counties, make us next dotr neigh-
bore. Let us get together."
There you have the story, well told;'
Who could tel It better or more con-
Wimcingly. True, let us get together-
that should not only be the watch-
word of the ammgaement eof the Ocala
T tephone Company, bat of every cit-
iaen m Ocala. Get together for the
betterment of the town and its people
along every line of procedure that
wtl make us better citizens and a
better town. Get together, not only to
promote the individual advancement
and usefulness of the telephone comn-
pany, but to create and maintain bus-
iness for Ocata. This isa good senti-
ment. It speaks a voiueheane't line..
The reasoning is Irresistible. He who
by progreslve and Intelligent methods
advances his own bmu emss nterots,
promoted the welfare or the commun-
ity in which hbe lives. The sentiment
is not only good, but liberal and
broad-minded. Not me, but my towax
Every reader ofatthis article every
uaer of the telepbo should give the
expressions and sentiments uttered a
careful consideration and be. Inspired
by their truth and therefore become
better and more*dr l cities as the
telephone has become the handmald
of commerce and an Indispensable
Instrument in this twentieth eptur
of progress and t
Mr. McKean has o.e pAMI work in
getting out so to h'Ad complete
a directory that wtl n really advance
the Interests of his business, but pro-
mote those of the @Mty M which be is
so estimable a citizen.^ He Is so filled
with local pride that his watch-word
Is "get together," work for Ocala."
The mechanloe l ork on the drec-
tory Was done 4-the Star and we
deem it an effort for whith the office
aeed not blus
r'am" e. Tani* a' I& prlqs
Bake& m LSea s ICorna
Sliced Tomatoe Swet
Prime Rlb eof Western Bee- Gravy
Loin of Pek Apple Saue,
Youag Country Turkey, Oyster Dreasd
lgr. Cranberry Sanee
ChiBaaa Gcks. Ba( Sue.
una. .rin, rem 8anae
Nmsbaroal an gradt
Steamed Rkce Candled Yams
tasb d White Notatoes
SVBWMM AN D DRTS'
Coconut Custard Pie Ambrcea
Fruits and Nuts
Coffee Mik Tea
MUS. a. J. CLVUMOU= rep
Dihner "owa from 1 to &
SB. J. Mttobeal Qoek.
Annouaeement Is oad of the mar-
riagae at' Tsaipa tomotroxw o l
Eula May Moore to Mr. Pramk L De-
rand. The bide-to-be is a ter
SBRevT. L, W. Mooet, tramsrlr patar-
of the Methodist eo reh Is Ocala. She
is a lovely youa lady, and. has many
Mfends In tb itye who wln be very
glad to have br withth them a an. Mr.
Durand is aa Ocala boy., born and
bred, and his tCrds to the city are
numbered by those whio kn w him.
The bride and & aSMa wih pay a viat
to trieods and relives ereb!m
gol to Trtryy where Mr. Damd
charge at the ea e of A bi ph-
pbate pita .
,6 112 't a ~ z ss . . . .1
Maw. Usu~ ~..............
Mme Kmu koww ...I
lows maCN vw. ..
40 6 .t,.
Miss i~s- -.3 .06wo., s
ma mem* f *lW .bk
Miss am **tbk amin L3
MIS. citaip amim.~L.-
Ott. 2%0weut Ol -
SOW saur I.atwa*"I darnw t
am nw s amaM
Donot 144Maa -ma~wo
tominan it Vbmmesin sde
NIL W IRISH o
-9 t*& ..I - & 4 aloft .!#' 6
I h f Fn.
'Got your Ximas ell.
Fancy Cakes, Can"i,
Nuts Raisins anad
A Delicacy 1
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out oc ivo
the lsaw b au-148pm
Muse Iffit *n" -404 I
Pisseejab: lmsat 40M
ST.- ~MuA"%CATHOUc. ill
'alt 1111Pror.hRb o h h e
oil MVIcMA"-stMqi w1
ft, IM.tUM& J11 -7-
MaP. T# a sq~y.a few-
eOY A-At -0 UP
* ~OALA -
:*,~Q* I -,
If you have .up a
Have the tIwi
)TIt yea are
*bVIAN WOMEN DRILUNG AS HOME tIARS.
undr.lo of Servtan women have Joined the new "Leaue of Deas" to
went tw -va..ivokn of their country. Theme women are a "ed with Wmoder
hs and qre drilled by Servanu okeen Jist as are the soldiers of the regu-
Im fmr- Th% wanwm 4fh a *" .I--- --- a- ..&S
yM4-. sA WoMtW DTU JoII tIO
W for their country In case of in
K Consult us about t
the best facilities of th
tablishment in the sta
all respects, and the me
registered and licensed
the best colleges, If
ble e will plainly tell
or bemefitng 9
Small at our optical
bpor oLLA, Gary Bloot
, D.I M.
Is, 17,19 ait FrM F
ibeveg at wvi ztrn- wea togire timz;1r
wasioa by a foreign fee. TrH ae Irm ,PiNApPLE A W__
Among the this.eP~OIN6619edS
th emunty fair waRn the seact tt Ma-
rion soll contains the ,buulmZ icat
met for growing a Perefet w 4
5ifrit.we know that 1sd s
an oange go- anft,
aehundred fs ofpmeItht ha veow
hC Tgroy" that beat siid4s
nowbqr. In the s 11dM, ud
graiee ft rmuitf
Yon snouisresoite odo c '"wO: "lw '"
mern Crodlow 1a114Weomom
OrCttra, at the U&Mas
with thi begioniing ,ofplen4d coW ins'ad bm 'et -0
e ,the weW 4tt~b* Or" tanldl.-
the New Year is toh-aye"Wlowan awm n
win Compel hm iihv~
-of eaw"thin tr' inR, wA he M""t
ribbem 3VOWryhod Oat .lliI
equaL KNOW iat too t#esle
Oty b w ccmmereldWal Uinties, whichA&
Psesl is to mpg. et'Nq
ilt"Vsimedt th fm 1160000L.
5 REMEDIED bl;beleI, gv"f'
tme stfa"Ats mwhaftVWe' fhew
the =atW. We c~o. you cltftw I -- it siah",paw s""med
ke-beat equipped opd~il es Msw as ka n0P,kil wb
A&e Thoroughly mUmnjf mduty tdo sta" s Gw Owk\a...
ftrviftfl Of a 2skilled Opuelau. ~ .
LGraduated from several of beshtfmOa h 'wh &s i
we cannotrpmedy your troia. dna tatf "aan* -iftJ
Iyou sot but we are cuping freese.Aube w a" the OW
oat of 10 of the Om ;th,5iWamMIts
low-st Itme Worht h
the bectht ta k, W ethth
C9 i~anld sul ie yow se.__
~~, andUl&t Ilar tw~m
Wirtuimb sfet W -.
of tp ~ nsh*ft b e I W
bea" h. am. *se"JO, ha
hsb~atodthemm. at Ow~
BONEY nl etf "a n I
Daytiea; W. 0. helbWwsd
C. C. Welft, his" Wm. V ~ .
___ ___ __ ___ __ ___ __ irf; me.-a0 12 te ad, w mwvr U
col'IW. 0Di~m.! a Agy. haJ. W
WII~~DLE f~wr Pand 1CH pwe. h
M* r. Viiido 1a's gft.,
VVI IDIJE OM w adous 41 te gm atmom 41 a'
New dFfrafClwaie~ A theM and tomb 4o s IM
thr.atw~h f D~1 ha
.1 inch sad Ofh* g fg" 36
Americas PhoaSo% and, $2.r kwe. to
per dayv EuuiepM PUP aWud '"Idwu~.
Rowusmu.'CM' 75 A aemta- ctaue
We day and up StecW we*-ea.t tor yaw ve.mi~ro
ly- rates. tCeerOE Jt. Newa to a t Ow 611
y~. barnwl; W Bellow 4C. mumar
an 4 t&O n 1Sn-*k.r
\,.t ->- -- *^^'
4 ~l. roi*
GU. L 311W.a
OCA"' ILAp /
Ane the merchants, heprow. fida -aceuMm md o-e
of tie c4t, the fannmers Of the mro -W erioy
We i"c'dawdafte A ldaamao Ow-m irsmra"W"s
and womn= who have built and are 4M rhiki F Pceusful aim'
We solait a share of yaw bmms
Offers the people of Ocala au
the surrounding country, a re
first-class drug s.te with all 4I
he mtatdIment ~aw
We hav6 a s~ot rictfrut-m s" f ci-
wi1th a Owmpiew dso&k Of pert ru& aa.Iya
Ourstock of Toilet Aktdode is flnt~m at raissw-
in Soaps, F fums olt~dmalCma
of all kinds we "rt he bwtkA a'vn
Our Folin t Ln rbmo nks ls 'I10re"daso~
01M ~Pure Jersy milk .inimwA' b =0&med
In the spend A a OLk of
is alU sze peakagempid all hveslt, eofe the pubM
the very best candy made., '
We have a good line ofQ Bl-ay Goods, as ahablg
sets, comb a"d brua h e'Meim f ai tm
etc., that we are -odui oft a f S
We will give our best attention to yr d .on
either in person or sent by maiL -
*<* A '. -
Twenty-five per cent ,
w-LOW COS T
Is the guewe will sell the rmaier of our sto o
shoe at. he goods are all new aO Stimthe i bt
known make. AFTER A FEW DAYS al of
the took remaining widl beshipped to t owmmsmr,
at Ztb, so ske yur phan, before that M m ead
ave Mrly halt wbat yoa ustaly pa.forwoursh.e
rho Madan ghno e
AuL Im -
k-- o-w ,r
it - ib4-
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I& ** t.
,A BOX OF
for 6 mft~
t the genuine
~mmstu~With UuiNOW .I 0m
w~ a&L. Specialattentkm to
HOT? AND COLD WAnS.
IW -bo boarded m'by
F. ~EflANL V. S.
mw htPbmok 19L
~ 0 D
OP AAOUC"TON FOR
%7W"ft~- he 4th 4 g of JUNt.At.3DL
No am Sleamid estmmin se smy
sa" b" Md.a" puesuem Iw
6D 1m. 1 Inaccardoso. wish
I" certiiamte em- a --1e sth
dwdmrbed paogptf ~
muty, P1.ddo20068" as6
the issum anet uab
M at s umbow b
) 1f lw. ft ans dWill la
` tasen26th dy t fD~eezb
Two outrages cly urred
new~ Lean, one of ape o a
mnaried woMaN, another of t-.
ampted ape on arm lady, the
daughter of a prominent Baptist
preacher. In both casem the .e-
groes were drunk-drunk on Nash-
ville whisky. Have the people of
Wilson county no interest in the
sale of liquor in Nashville? Obh
,the negroes were osly emei ng
"personal liberty." Bit what about
the "personal iberty" of ese la-.
dies? Had they no rights which
the liquor dealers of Nashville are
bound to respect? The courts ave
taken a hand n these cases. Oe
of the negroes has been sentenced
to be hanged. The other will prob-
ably be sentenced to the peniten-
y for life. But is not tat an
K wi ar personall
chief onm ders? Wet oeo the
men who sold them the lipr real-
ly the guilt parties after al? Why
condemn t esee es, sd .lee
unpuLshed the es bate f of ll th
resp*asible for their crime, and for
many other crt1 nes coonay oc-
curring? Why try to cut o the
stream and leave the poisomes
fountain ? Cut off the stream, of
course. But the mnot effective way
to cut of, the stream is to dam no
the fountain.-Baptist ad Re-
Detroit brewers are willing to
decrease the number of 'aloons s
that city by no, oin order to head
off the prohibition wave which
threatens the existence of al Ae
saloons. If the'bw s lly p
preciated the scoti..m a s -
loos in this country, mwth od
understand that theiret pp-
If the closg of aoosoos is a
good tin fof society, wo Pdh't
closing of all the saloos i D
troit be much .better? .
If a saloon is a helpful factor mi
a community, why not increase the
number by 3o rather u than rob h-
troit of the beneicent of
that nuan&er?--Kansas City Star.
Ninety-three of Keituik s 119
counties are ow totally dy, ax arc,
partly dr, 4 are wnolly wet, andl
the status of one coamty, wIich 1
cently voted as a unit O rotibi-
tion, is to be settled by Iegal pro-
cess in court. TMhis 1 0s -fmb I
of a statement gi ot today by
the Kentucky Anti-SaoomJ eague.'
The four countiesmkwic& are ea-
tihelyre o. wweth i
The local option electia recety
heldk in Scott is odeir cooest i
- I ~
.*.' *&.- S*
in his honor N~ne
actoniq*otod -n logl "Yes,
and it isgogto stay tunwd
,down. I am bgotuim;to dric
statefl tto mm- s.LPLK St, I
VeMS, Nfationlm W. C". T. U. PteSi.
dent, with a reIfet fosan exps*- D u
"For Mr., TZaftto the mumv-
pie of totala ad p -m eis 'case fdir
forhumnity'si weaL It is uan x- hebo
arnvi sfe adbe -f44qt f A :soowk ulekI
to fom. it*w -h*ece *dinvwe-ls WON &"
tudes to beccooe abstainen,.*4 IL*K
dmu thefrvwmp lpma md theE. Umj
Taft is entile4 o -gmWW Mappre-
gtatefw, nafioli, !'whihnaiwe
believewt k*e U ecdevi
fitlawto he ss E0t6lc*'am
wew *"m tU, Annin"vmmtm theft'
a" CO10W A '
offida Ies--, Ia
h at smb
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* ,.~ .~
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Laeon Pete A Fils, Reis .............. ....... .4.... .....4f
G. H. Memm & Co., Extra Dry ................ ...... ... ... 4A
Meet & Chade. White Seal ................. ...... ... ... 4
Ripin A Co., Deostic .................... ... ... ... .... 2
Rdelle A Co, Bo.rdesex .................. ...... ... .......$1iA
Jwuls Morman A Co, Bordeaux ........... ... ... ...... ... 1.M
St. George Vineyards, Califernia t........ ... ... ... .. .75
Sekel WBe.. Deideheim ... ................ ...
St. GaI Vineyrds, California ...." ... ...
Jules Merman & C., Bordeaux ......... ...
Bert & estie, Berdeaux ............ ...
California Wine Assoeiation ............ ...
Franesee Ciname, Turin (Italian)....... ...
Sub.e Ci. Mareoille, (French) ......... ...
Victer GautiwrCi* ..................... ...
... ... ... ... ... ......
... ... ............wU
, C. Ivi C Spin, dry.... ... ... ... ... ... ...
H. de & Gu4, Terragona, Spain, sw.... ... ... .. .$t
Garrett & C .................... ......... ............ ......... .. .
Graham & C ...................... .... ........ .. .. .... ..
Garrett & Ca. ................................ ...... ...... ..... ... .
DOMEST c WINES
GIden Gate Apriest Wine ............... ... ... ... ... ... ... ....
oGelin Gate Orange Wine ........................ ...... ...... S.A
Garrett Blackberry ................................. ...... ...... ...
Garrett Soupperneag ................... ...... ... ...... ...$.75
Garrett Virgiia Dare ....................n. .....................$ .7
IMPORTED WHIMKIE .
LwriJ & Co. JameW Rum. ...... ..... ... ....
Dunvillo & CA. Irisr Whisky ............ ... ... ... ... ... ... ...."
Ramsey Seeto Whisky ................. ... ... ... ... ... ... ...
Black and Whit Seetih Whisky ........ ...... ... ... ... ... ..
Haig A Haig Setch Whitky ............... ... ... ... ..........
S6hiedam Gin ...... ............ .... . ..... ..... ...... 7
We da carry a M he d bi hAks ( t i
REMEMBER PIEL'S BEEl; THAT REAL GEMNAN BEW
I| I I I II +ll^^ ^^^ ^^
7 ~i~&bSd' '4
A FAMILY REUNION
Mr. T. M. Moore, the capable and
faithful employee of the potofflte,
Joined Mrs. Moore and daughter. Miss
Lucille, at Micanopy today, where r
morrow at the home of Mrs. Sue D.
Feaster a umptueus Christmas din-
ner will be partaken of. Those press*
ent will .be a sister of Mrs. Moore,
Mrs. Star, of Seattle, Wash., MOrs.
Haywood, of JaqksxtvUe, Mr. and
Mrs. Ford of Lyhmbburg and their
daughter. Loc, Iincludipg Mr. and
Mrs. Allen Bridges of 'cala. They
anticipate a very royal time.
Mr. J. Peter of Leesbunry I a guest
of the Ocala oesa.
Mr. W. W. Carlton, who has been
visiting relatves In the city for sev-
eral days past, left yesterday for
Tampa, where he will spend Christ-
Veteran J. Q. Bishop of Flemlngtomn
was In town today Interviewing the
merchants and registered for the
Star. He is seventy-six years old.
but doesn't look day' over ffty.
Dr. Bishop and wife of Holder.
were up In their auto this morning
and carried home a goodly supply of
Remember the Christnas tree at
the Baptist church tonight.
Private BMl Moorman of
ville, was In town today to
son. William, of Leeusmrg.
eat Christmas dinner with
Joe. P. Taylor. wno now owns and
operates the Stoddard farm on the
BUtchton road, b ght in a bl of
sweet potatoes today and placed them
on exhibition at the Commercial
Bank. They are beauties, twenty to
the hill and they weigh 20 pounds.
Mr. John M. Weqis was married
yesterday n this etty to Miss Olive
Stevenson, both partlee of Oreen Cov
Springs. Notary J. Bailey per-
formed the ceremony. They witi
visit friends In this county during
Send us y~r peseutiptrn business
We are thoreoupab p ad to endle
I. C. &Davis Co at aa na
wll sn any m o n m sseamM-nd
typewdItar S ta. ft --edin
N s the .. -j e sh ,Ps at.
Yok & 4*1 V
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
The court ad rned this non -until
De. Nth. It ilepsed of the llland
Faster ease, from Auntheb The
3Mury disagreed and the states atter-
ney nselle pressed the case.
Jake Reed, convicted of ansttept-
ed assault oa Mr. & W. Petteway, wpA
sentenced to two yeasi' Impriem-
Alex *left. or sellmg whi sy l,
egally, was ned -s anad cots and
his' partner gliven a months on the
BANKS WILL. s CLOSED
The banks of the city will be isoed
Friday, Chrstmas day.
Captain G. T. Magha, manager at
the Swathua T asi CaMaW' et-
See In Oasis, Is Just overrun with hse.
aess.m He was compelled yesterday
to press to service several extIa
wapga asnd today the rsh was re-
Grover Melaure, who is with the
Arlpe ka.lumber Company, at Irtay.
Is In town to spend Chriotmas with
his odur and sister.
The letter carriers are loaded 'dow
with bohiday mall and they have iad
to have oan. tat to help them
carry and may packages
Mr -rtkey Ceierlat Bk r l aior
vin t to 8pe0 C4rtstmas wl.
JdgeW eO.A: B olrb has dtedthe
law maling apaooibatuos to 'our
graded schools ut of tthe geinal
Soft was roghbt y a at o
to *s|ond.Cr t as wth. her snm, Mr.
Crokmt tt ex..
W. C. offKath and aamil7. fre6
spend thh be d .
Mat ob f Oxford apet th
In "*- -. ,. .e-
isms. se~ bae boa
at atbse er
MI.Apisy of Bgbe
up hI& I~
Mr. 1 30 ~A*d Mo~td,
-as w"ita ftf .- setum =.
to "0e"Cus~e ~t l 'OIL.
Yms an-"this m~b*es v so
Cbrk~s wk d
JIM t- M
wpm Isi AN
Aw &ft~ ue
sow,~- L ~V
do .... .-
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TB ENTER SOCIETY AT THE MAIOU CAPIAL
tee?2&. When the '-4'Uuat's fhafly ino, St.tb- JIMi *
Ktbelwee bt a jey qbo**K I.the accepted cmd o hrtewi~w WhYWg Uo.t
Inu m~atl tbotr boybh froII6 SMwbw s4.. .AV" fStft a vu&7. c -1 g
:K ~ spiumi mwsutot
I L LIEN .
soona lmla Ae. ft embrd
Van oIftee my~~IU i
branpsueyb enewtr b.'
Ll dm'gl WO7-a rd
U'UbbL The -buk b amgW-h
bbTa~d A Kok~~
fti Is dIdn Oih *ye. tbVf
-CA MISE MIT
pww to Relive bfti
1 hr *ift-wb mav m'or
oft dympqdaNin9li L d
F w m tbeft able t amSt.
it Kw" me Wpo~in avwa
"r""m Is mblat to bow*
62M -e a1 IMS
am bm tm wawmin~my
- Imt Au ely as saeapd s"d
Ow sbuoinmhremelt. warnte
abs 7" a0oo -
Noon 3uslda meff lda
4Aad-Od ewe. 7m Who
walot b" ct t-
MAt wee wa at *IL
y" M~ae low m1I~
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-t 7 - - iU -1 .
Of ~awue3 i4F
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40tu~ a ~ *!
a Oak... mtin~
'-w =,t j- wr
tawletsalr dos mim
go- Akt a m L
irtA bestlt1"' &43tnu,
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