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VOL 21. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAYDECEMBER 1,7 1915 NO. 295)
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE f
f "SBfc I
Will Probably be Sent Next
TEXT OF AUST
Washington, Dec. 17. Austria's re-!
ply to the Ancora note was received
at the state department during the
: night and the translators immediate
ly began work on it in an endeavor
to have it ready for the cabinet meet meeting
ing meeting at 11 o'clock this morning. The
reply comprises ; about a thousand
words. If the text is like the press
excerpts, it is virtually certain an an-toher
toher an-toher note will be sent demanding ira ira-.
. ira-. mediate compliance' with the provis provisions
ions provisions of the first one. (
DIFFICULT TO TRANSLATE
When the cabinet ; met the trans translators
lators translators had not finished their work on
. the tnote, but while the cabinet was
in session the translation was pre prepared
pared prepared and immediately rushed to. Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Lansing. ' '
WON'T DELAY THE WEDDING
, The "cabinet discussed the note for
an hour. Secretary Lansing said he
' did not know when the text would be
made public. A few minor points
were probably due to errors of trans transmission
mission transmission and will be cleared up be before
fore before an answer is sent. The situa situation
tion situation will not keep the president from
, us honeymoon trip.
' BARELY DISGUISED REFUSAL'
Paris, Dec. 17. The newspaper
Figaro says Austria's reply to the
United States is a barely disguised
refusal and says it would not be
astonished if the American ambassa ambassador
dor ambassador at Vienna did not ask for his pass passports.
ports. passports. J. A. MOONEY
The remains of Mr. J. A. Mooney,
who was a citizen of Ocala for sev
eral years, but recently removed to
St. Petersburg, arrived today at noon
from that city, and were buried by
the side of this daughter in the old
cemetery. ; Mclver & MacKay had
charge of the arrangements. Mr.
Mooney was not very well known dur dur-injy
injy dur-injy his residence here, but neverthe nevertheless
less nevertheless won the esteem of a number of
friends, who regret his death. He was,
about 45 years of age.
INDICTED AND ARRESTED
The grand jury indicted Mr. H. B.
Clarkson, lately with the Marion'
Hardware Co., for embezzlement. Mr.
Clarkson was arrested yesterday aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, and immediately gave bail,
Messrs. Jake Brown and John R.
Martin going on his bond, which is
for $1000. r
Mr; Clarkson has lived in Ocala
for twen-five years, and few'. men
in Man county have' more friends.
They ar. all confident that he will
clear himself of the. charges against
A middle aged man with four young
daughters wishes a steady, middle middle-aged
aged middle-aged white woman who can give best
of references to keep house for hunt
She would be required to do the house
work with the assistance of the girls,
who attend school. A good home for
the right woman. Do not reply to
this advertisement unless you would
care to keep the position permanent permanently.
ly. permanently. If interested, write to G. L.
Chandler, 610 Palm Avenue, Miami,
Florida, or inquire, at the Star office
for particulars. ll-19-tf-d&w
MAY BE GIVEN TO IIEWS-
TURNED IB L
FIFTEEN THOUSAND FREIGHT
CARS TIED UP BY STRIKE
. IN. CHICAGO
t 5 Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 17. Fifteen thousand
loaded freight cars,', tied up here as
a result of the strike of six hundred
Belt railway employees, were released
today when the strikers went back to
work. ' 7
AMBASSADOR TO THE ASTECS
Henry P. Fletcher Nominated to Fill
the Difficult Place
(Associated Press) j
Washington, Dec. 17. Henry P. i
Fletcher was nominated today to be j
ambassador to Mexico. v
A. C. L. TRAIN RAN
INTO AN OPEN SWITCH
A. C. L. train No. 9, which is
scheduled to leave this city at 9:05,
last evening ran into an open switch
in the south Ocala yards. It was the
switch leading to the tracks on which
the engines are kep'hen not in ser service.
vice. service. An engine was ""standing near
the entrance to the siding, and into
this the passenger engine ran, smash smashing
ing smashing the pilots of both. The engine
of No. 9, Vwas sidetracked and the
one being used on the Ocala-Lakeland
run was attached to complete the
trip. .The accident caused a delay of
about an "hour and a half. No one
was hurt, and the only damage sus sustained
tained sustained by the engines were wrecked
IN AN ACCIDENT
Mr. S. H. Happerset, a well-known
traveling man, while driving his Ford
car on the Dunnellon road, v three
miles fromtown last evening, on his
way in, was quite painfully injured
when his machine turned turtle. Mr.
Happerset was quite painfully bruis bruised
ed bruised and scratched on a barbed .wire
fence, which he' pitched headlong in into.'
to.' into.' Fortunately he fell clear of the
MARGUERITE CLARK AT
THE TEMPLE MONDAY
Marguerite Clark, one of the most
charming and talented youthful stars
of the American stage, the famous
star of "Baby Mine" and ; "Prunella"
and who also scored marwedly in the
favor of motion picture audiences in
her first film characterization, Wild Wild-flower,"
flower," Wild-flower," even surpasses the great
success of that role in her second ap appearance
pearance appearance in motion pictures in "The
Crucible," by Mark Lee Luther.
The film adaptation of this cele celebrated
brated celebrated story, produced in five reels by
the Famous Players Film Co. and ap appearing
pearing appearing on the Paramount program at
the Temple Monday afternoon and ev evening,
ening, evening, is one of the most stirring photo-plays
ever presented. Combined
with the lovable qualities and appre appreciable
ciable appreciable talents of" the star is a story
dramatic in the extreme and well sus sustained
tained sustained in interest and appeal.
Washington, Dec. 17. A plea for
the appropriation of several millions
to eradicate the citrus canker in the
south and west was made before the
House agriculture committee, by a
delegation of congressmen and pro producers
ducers producers today. The large Florida del delegation
egation delegation told the committee of the
trouble with the canker and their
fears for its, spreading. Secretary
Houston of the department of agn-!
culture, sent a letter recognizing the
need for the 'work but saying he did
not favor reinbursement for trees de destroyed
stroyed destroyed in readication work.
AN IMMENSE HAUL
FRENCH HAVE TAKEN FORTY
THO US AND PRISONERS DUR DURING
ING DURING BALKAN CAMPAIGN
Marseilles, Dec. 17. Seven hundred
and fifty Bulgarian, German and Aus Austrian
trian Austrian officers and forty thousand sol soldiers
diers soldiers captured in the Serbian cam campaign,
paign, campaign, arrived here today en route to
the concentration camp. .
I BIG ITALIAN BOAT AND PER-
HAPS HER CREW LOST IN
' Associated Press
Londoi, Dec. 17. The Italian
steamer Porto, said to be of 5,100
tons, has been sunk, presumably in
the Mediterranean. ; No report has
been received of the fate of the crew.
WILL BEGIN EARLY
The basketball game between Ocala
and Orlando will begin at Camp's
court tomorrow at 3 p. m., instead of
3:30, on account of the early coming
of darkness. Saturday only lacks
two days of being the shortest in the
i year. ; . : :.'.'
i Again the Star advises the people
to turn out in full force to see the
game. We have one of the smartest
and brightest basketball teams any anywhere,
where, anywhere, and it deserves our enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic support. v
WILLIAMS -WAS BADLY HURT
As the result of an altercation be between
tween between members of the crew of A.G
It. train No. 38 and a negro, Henry
Williams, the latter now lies at the
point of death in a house on South
Orange street, where he was left by
another colored man who brought him
to the city this morning.
Williams boarded the train as it
passed the Seaboard crossing last
night, and it is said threatened to
ride to Gainesville that he had no
money. This brought on trouble
which resulted in Williams being shot
in the left side arid also in the mouth.
Up to three o'clock the wounded man
had had no medical attention, and
the bullets still remain in his body,
neither having gone through.
He was brought to the city by a
colored man, near whose house he fell
from the train. The colored hospi hospital
tal hospital was first appealed to for his care,
but for some reason he was refused
See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
goods. ( 3t-wky
MEM WHO DESIRE TO
OF THE ALLIES
IN THE BALKANS 'WILL BE TO
THE CENTRAL POWERS'
'Associated Press ,
london, Dec. 17. There is a (more
hopeful feeling felt here regarding
the Balkan situation now that it is
definitely announced that the Italians
have effected a landing in Albania and
that the Anglo-French forces at Sa Saloniki
loniki Saloniki have been strongly reinforced.
It is not stated how large an Ital Italian
ian Italian force. has b'eW sent to assist the
Serbians and Montenegrins but from
the fact that the official report inti intimates
mates intimates landings at several ports it is
taken for granted that an army of
considerable proportions has been
sent. This with the Serbians and
Montenegrins will be a serious threat
to r the central powers' right flank,
while they cannot look with idleness
on the concentration of forces at Sa Saloniki
loniki Saloniki and the gathering of Russians
It is anticipated therefore that the
Germans will strike at Saloniki, be before
fore before the Anglo-French forces grow too
strong. It is believed that with this
end in view they are now negotiating
with Greece. If the Teuton plans in
clude the Bulgarians they will likely
meet with Greek opposition, as Greece
is strongly adverse to any Bulgarians
crosing her frontier. This applies al also,
so, also, to some extent, to the Austrians,
whose ambition has been always for
an Aegean port, preferably Saloniki.
On the whole therefore it is thought
here that Greece might prefer to see
the Entente Allies remain there until
the war ends. In fact Lord Robert Ce Cecil,
cil, Cecil, under secretary of foreign affairs,
in the House of Commons said that
the Entente plan was to keep the cen central
tral central powers from the city, in accord accordance
ance accordance with the Greek wishes.
DR.. WILSON ILL
It is with "much regret .that we an announce
nounce announce the critical illness of Dr. A.
J. Wilson at the home of his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. E. L. Carney, where he ar arrived
rived arrived a few weeks ago from Tennes Tennessee
see Tennessee for his annual winter visit. Dr.
Wilson has grip in its most aggra aggravating
vating aggravating form and his extreme age
causes great uneasiness but he pos possesses
sesses possesses a strong vitality and unless
he grows weaker, his two other
daughters, Mrs. W. M. Scott of Sa Savannah
vannah Savannah and Mrs. B. W. Mimms of
Kentucky, will not be summoned.
DISTRICT MEETING I. O. O. F.
The district meeting of Odd Fellows
at Oxford Tuesday night was a prof profitable
itable profitable one, and was largely attended.
D. D. G. M. Blanchard was accompan accompanied
ied accompanied to Oxford by Messrs. M. M. Little,
W. L. Colbert and G. W. Scofield. Aft After
er After the business meeting, there was a
big supper,, which needs no descrip description,
tion, description, as everybody knows Oxford is
great on that line. ,The next district
meeting will be at Inverness April 7.
A CARD OF THANKS
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Webber wish the
to extend the thanks of themselves
and children to their friends and
neighbors who aided them during and
after the fire of yesterday that de destroyed
stroyed destroyed their home and practically
all of their household goods and per personal
sonal personal effects. Unfortunately, the
Webber family had no insurance,
either on the house or its contents.
1 1 III I I wl I I I I I 1
Strong Force to Aid the Hard Hard-Prssed
Prssed Hard-Prssed Serbians
REMOVE FROM SALONIKI, AHD GIVE ALLIES i
London, Dec. 1,7. Further r partic particulars
ulars particulars regarding the Italian- force
sent to Albania with the expressed
purpose of co-operating in the Balkan
operations, state that the number al already
ready already landed at 'Avlona has reached
thirty thousand. Landing these
troops presages operations on a large
scale, the military correspondent be believes;.
lieves;. believes;. '
GREEKS HAVE MOVED
Of the large force of Greeks sta stationed
tioned stationed at Saloniki only one regiment
f artillery and one regiment of en engineers
gineers engineers remain. Greek army head headquarters
quarters headquarters have been moved to Kosh-
ani, fifty-five miles southest of Mon Mon-astir.
The Cettinje war office admits the
further retreat of Montenegrin
troops in the Sanjak region, where
they have been resisting the Austrian
SERBIANS HIT BACK
One of the most striking features
of war news is the report from Mar Marseilles
seilles Marseilles that the Serbians when being
driven out of their country, captured
more than forty thousand invaders.
A Marseilles dispatch says that num number
ber number arrived there en route to the con concentration
centration concentration camps.
LONDON GLOBE'S LONG SUIT
SEEMS TO BE LIBELS
J' wvlated' Press)
London, Dec. 17. Mrs. Herbert
Aquith, wife of the premier, ap appeared
peared appeared this morning as plaintiff in
chancery court, demanding an order
restraining the Globe from publica publication
tion publication of alleged libels. Her attorney
stated that for sometime Mrs. Asquith
had been deliberately pursued by the
Globe with accusations of disloyalty
and association with German prison prisoners
ers prisoners at Donnington Hall. "She has
been described as a traitor and a dis disgrace
grace disgrace to her sex," he declared. He
added that the persecution began a
year ago in another newspaper.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT
The attorneys in the case of Ellis
vs. the Dunnellon Phosphate company
presented their arguments to the jury
in the circuit court this forenoon, and
the judge delivered his charge just
after noon. The care was left with
the jury at 1 130 and at the time we
go to press is still out.
The case of Big Springs Distilling
company vs. Thomas H. Keating is
now being heard, Mr. M. L. Mershon
representing the plaintiff. The jury
i-t composed of Messrs. E. C. Bennett,
C. C. Priest Jr., Percy Perkins, H. A.
Altman, Ls B. Marsh and J. M. Gates
SCIATICA'S PIERCING PAIN
To kill the nerve pains of sciatica
tyou can always depend on Sloan's
Liniment. It penetrates to the seat of
pain and brings ease as soon as it is
applied. A great comfort too with
Sloan's is that no rubbing is required.
Sloan's Liniment is invaluable for
stopping muscular or nrve pain of
any kind. Try it at once if you suffer
with rheumatism, lumbago, sore
throat, pain in chest, sprains, bruises,
etc. It is excellent for neuralgia and
headache. 25c at all druggists. 3
GOOD BRITISH GOLD
LIBERALLY SUBSCRIBED TO THE
FRENCH WAR LOAN
(Assoc tted Press)
Paris, Dec. 17. The French finance
minister told the chamber of deputies
that one hundred and twenty million
dollars had been subscribed' in Lon London
don London to the latest French war loan.
SHADY SCHOOL HONOR ROLI
Eighth grade, Ebbie Hugh Douglas;
sixth grade, A. R. Douglas; fourth
grade, Vivian Douglas, Leslie Doug-
las; third grade, Elsie Wood; first
grade, Verna Timmons; ninth grade,
Mary Gaskin, Edith Redding.
Daisy Albertson, Teacher.
Oak Vale seems to be unanimous in -its
approval of the Star's position
and efforts in the recent prohibition
campaign. Besides the .Star's in influence
fluence influence on the result, it has set a
wholesome example for the papers in
ether counties where this question re remains,
mains, remains, to be settled.
Mr. George Huggins has moved to
the Gunnels place, recently occupied
by Mrs. Haddock and her sons, who
have returned to Jacksonville.
A large number of young people
were ; entertained Saturday night at
the home ojTMr. and Mrs. J. Fielding.
Participants report a most enjoyable
The annual Christmas' tree of the
Ebenezer school is again eagerly
looked forward to by the young
folks, and a suitable program for the
occasion is being prepared. As Miss
Akins, the teacher, wishes to leave
in time to reach her home on the
24th, the exercises are set for the
night of the 23rd. Everybody in invited.
Mr. M. D. Clancy, our efficient mail
carrier, narrowly escaped what might
have been a serious or even fatal ac accident
cident accident recently, while working on Mr.
ES. Mixson's gasoline engine. Al Although
though Although knocked senseless and his face
badly cut and bruised, he made the
trip over his route the next morning
in his car as usual.
Mr. Frank Britt is at present pros
pecting near Trenton, Alachua coun county,
ty, county, with a view to locating there soon
if he finds conditions favorable. Oak
Vale will regret the loss of Mr.
Britt, as he has been one of our most
progressive and public spirited citi citizens.
zens. citizens. --'.-'
Mr. W. H. Anderson, who has been
threshing peanuts for his neighbors
has begun on his own crop, which-, as
usual, is a large one. Mr. Anderson
in addition to making a success of
other staple crops, has mastered the
art of raising, threshing and market marketing
ing marketing peanuts.
The writer this week witnessed the
killing and weighing of some Duroc
hogs which showed the possibilities
of that popular breed. These hogs
were raised by Mr. Robert Childers,
and though lacking more than six
months of attaining their full growth
the two largest averaged 412
pounds, while the largest tipped the
"beam at 452 pounds, net weight.
OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915
THE RICHEST BEGGAR IN THE
forms the basis for most of them. It
is shipped in here from a3 far west
as California and sold at fancy prices
to the great injury of the Florida
farmer. Alfalfa in combination with
other feed products, often sells for
three times the amount the Florida
farmer can realize on his beggar
"Seven walled cities strive for Homer
Where living Homer begged his daily
Blind and a beggar, the greatest of j weed, which the state chemist assures
all poets lived ani died in misery, and us is a better feed,
the Greeks were two hundred years Back of alfalfa, however, is a.his a.his-or
or a.his-or more in finding out that he was tory almost as old as that of man
great. Then, no less than seven j himself. It is the oldest cultivated
cities lay claim to the honor of bis forage plant known to man. It
birth, building monuments to perpet perpetuate
uate perpetuate his. name.'
But the humble purpose of this ar article
ticle article is to law before the people of
thi3 state a few plain facts with re regard
gard regard to a Florida beggar, the richest
in the world. The beggar weed of
thi3 state carries within its succulent
stalk, stems and leaves, a greater
amount- of nutriment for : domestic
animals than possibly any other plant
tfct grows, "and thereby hangs a
To see this valuable plant go to
waste in the fields by the tens of
thousands of tons all over the state
of Flprida. and theiksee the people of
the state buy other thousands of ton3
of inferior feed shipped in from other
states, should make a, fellow sit up
and think, so let us try to think.
To compare the value of this plant,
which goes so largely to waste, to
other feeds so largely imported, es especially
pecially especially alfalfa, a legume that enters
extensively into many of the feed 3
shipped into the state.
r wrote Capt. R. E. Rose, our state
chemist for scientific information that
would aid in an investigation covering
several months. The captain's letter
State of Florida,
Division of Chemistry.
P.. E. Rose, State Chemist.
Tallahassee, Aug. 27, 1915.
Mr, Allan Rodgers,
Dear Sir: Yours of the 23rd re received
ceived received and noted. Beggar weed hay
.-shows on analysis to be superior to
any other legume hay, alfalfa, clov-
er, cow pea or kydzu.
Under separate cover we send re re-f
f re-f port, on page 135 of which you will
; una a xaoie oi analyses or various
; stock feeds, hays, etc. You will note
that beggar weed is superior to any
. other.' Well made beggar weed hay,
cut at the proper time and properly
. Y(( Tlfta Tr cimainnv na n ln T
is superior to wheat b'ran in protein
and. is exrppdpri nn nrnfam atiItt V.vr
Cotton seed mpal.
- R. E. ROSE,
: State Chemist.
Turning to the page referred to the
' wayfaring man must wonder that
! .Florida is an importer of inferior
Teed; he will wonder more that she
: is not an exporter of superior feed.
TThan let him look over the thousands
of acres of beggar weed that rot in
Ahe fields or is committed to the
. flames tp clear the land': for other
vcrops, : and he will wonder some, f
Jit is said that wonders never cease,
nd a visit to the largest feed store
in the city of Tampa bears out the
saying. All kinds of feed in car loads
and" boat loads, feed in bales and in
bags; ground and unground, mixed
and unmixed, but you will look in
vain for an ounce, for a straw, or a
grain grown on soil of your native
We will ask the manager about
mixed feeds and he will probably lay
emphasis on the fact that all of them
are. based on ground alfalfa, and the
price to you will Jbe about an average
of $2.25 per hundred, or $45 per ton.
It is a safe guess that alfalfa is the
most valuable of; any of the compo
nent parts so. you may pay $45 for
alfalfa and other inferior stuff, and
sell your corn at something like $16
The demand foreground mixed feed
13 growing very rapidly, and alfalfa
man. it is
probably of Egyptian origin and fur furnished
nished furnished feed to the horses of the Pha
raohs when Joseph was sold into j
bondage. We are told by the histo historian
rian historian that it was introduced into Gaul
by Julius Caesar about the year 44
For hundreds of years it did for
the people in parts of France, in a
limited way, just what it is doing for
the people in a part of our great west
today on a grander scale. This plant
has turned more barren acres into
productive fields than any other sin single
gle single plant cultivated by man. It is
our western farmer, however, who has
made it pay. By the introduction of
machinery that cures, grinds and
sacks it the day it is cut he is not
only able to save the entire product,
but puts it on the market in the very
A few days since I read a plea from
Mr. Light of Reddick, for "a meat
packing plant for Ocala. In my hum humble
ble humble judgment the idea was a good
one, and along this line plants should
be established throughout the state
for curing the beggar weed as fast as
cut, for in this way only can all of it
be saved. The beggar weed is al almost
most almost uivariably at its best in the
rainy season and a little shower will
sometimes spoil an entire cutting.
Machinery that would dry and grind
beggar weed in the same way that
alfalfa is prepared would enable the
Florida farmer to add to his bank ac account
count account is much clear money, as is now
realized on the cotton crop of the
The people of Florida should not be
as long in recognizing the merits of
the richest beggar in the world as
were the learned Greeks in bestowing
fame on the most intellectual beggar
that ever breathed the breath of life.
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
WHEN IN NEED OF
t PHONE 235
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
MRS. M. A. HICKSON.
Orr Heavenly Father, who uoeth
all things well, saw fit, October 19,
1915, to call home our beloved sister,
Mrs. M. A. Hickson, of Orange Lake,
Sister Hickson was born in Green
ville, S. C, March 20, 1833,' being the
daughter of Capt. 3Tulley Boiling,
whose parents were from Virginia.
She was in early life married to
Attorney Wm. Hickson, of Greenville,
where they lived until after the Civil
War, then coming to Florida and lo locating
cating locating at Orange Lake, bought large
tract of that fertile land and built a
beautiful home, where they resided
until death separated them. Col.
Hickson was called to the great be beyond
yond beyond several years ago. :
Sister Hickson united with the
Greenville Baptist church at 16 years
of age, and lived a conscientious,
Christian life. She was devoted to
her church which through her efforts
were built years ago, and she spared
neither time or money to maintain
the church, and the furtherance of
Christ's work in her community.
Truly "she hath done what she
She was blessed to live to a ripe old
age, being ez years ana I montns
old at her death. She leaves two
daughters at Orange Lake, Mrs. John
Burry and Mrs. Dr. Walker, Mrs.
Whitney, of Jacksonville, Fla., and
one son, Mr. Tulley Hickson, of Mc Mcintosh,
intosh, Mcintosh, besides hosts of friends to
mourn her death. They have lost a
loving mother, the church has lost its
founder, and a truly Christian member.
"What happy hours we once enjoyed,
- How sweet their memory still.
But death hath left an aching void,
The world can never fill."
"Blessed are the dead who die in
the Lord." ; t
Her pastor, J. H. Martin.
DR. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY
For your cold, for your cough, for
your feverish throat, nose and head,
use Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Honey
soothes the irritation pine-tar cuts
the phlegm, thus relieving congestion.
Pine tar also acts as an antiseptic, as
a result general relief follows. Breath Breathing
ing Breathing becomes easier and further in inflammation
flammation inflammation is arrested. Insist on Dr.
Bell's Pine-aTr-Honey. It is an ideal
treatment. Price 25c. ;3
Butter Nut Bread has the right taste;
None of it ever goes to waste.
It is so pure, wholesome and good;
For health it's the very best food,
tf Carter's Bakery.
A box of GRANE'S LINEN LAWN
writing paper would make a splendid
Christmas present. Get it at the Court
Toys, toys, toys at Fishel's. 3t wky
An Increase of
Qualify and Quantify
Not only in Quality can
your grocery money be
made to go further, but in
quantity and quality here.
Look over our stock be before
fore before you do your Christ Christmas
mas Christmas marketing.
Bear in Mind
Put this down on your
Christmas and New
Year are not so far in the
future as to figure unim unimportantly
portantly unimportantly "in your plans
for the holidays.
ere are Sonne ,ot Ohf CtiFlstamas Bargains. Prte
are good fifoim
iayJDeCo- !8 fi Miiy
Apricots No 2 1-2 OQp
Tins, per tin 0b
Cherries No. 2 1-2 nor
Tins, per tin ... vC
Peaches Lemon Cling,
No. 2 1-2 Tins, 0ft
per tin Ob
Peaches Yellow, OQn
No. 2 1-2 tins at
Pears, No. 2 U2 qop
Tins, per tin OZb
Egg Plums, No. nop
2 1-2 tins, per tin "b
Gage Plums, No. OOp
2 1-2 tins, per tin i-L
Pineapple, grated or
sliced, No. 2 tins 10p
per tin Ob
Asparagus, No. QOn
2 1-2 tins, per tin 00b
Asparagus Tips OOp
1-2 tins, per tin Ob
Peas, Tiny, No. 2 oq0
tins, per tin iOb
Peas, Sweet, No. 1 lyjp
tins, per tin T'b
Stringless Beans, OOp
No. 2 tins, per tinOb
Lima' Beans, No. 2, 1 0p
tins, per tin...... iClw
Lima Beans, No. 1 1 0 p
tins, per tin-..- iOb
Robin Hood, Canned
Stringless Beans, 10p
No. 2 tins at.... 100
Tom Thum Peas, Ifip
No. 2 tins, per tin lub
Early June Peas, 1 1 p
No. 1 tins, per tin b'
Lima Beans, No. 1 lip
tins, per tin w
Golden Wax Beans 1 Op
No. 2 tins, per tin 10b
Yellow Cling Peaches
No. 2 1-2 tins, per OI -tin
White Cherries, 07
No. 2 1-2 tins at.b
Caroline Peas, No. OCp
2 tins, 3 for ...
No. 1 tins, per tinOb
RicharSson & Rob-CQp
ins No. 2 tins at "Ob
10 pounds Home OKp
Ground Meal for wb
Lard Compound, 11 JLp
the best per lb. 1 2 w
White Bacon per 1 AJLe
lb., nice cuts.'. J2b
Full Cream CheeseOp
per lb imuh
Can Camp's Evaporated
Milk, 12 baby jrjp
Van Camp's Evap. Ofif
Milk, tall, per dozwlib
Look over tills list of good filings to eat
H7RUIT Cakes, Plum Pudding, Pliim Pudding Sauce, Mince Meat, Boiled
11 Cider, Crystallized Ginger, Pineapples and Cherries, Japanese Fruit
Candy, Assorted Chocolate Candy, Cream C&ndy, Mints, Brandied Cherries,
Mint Cherries, Maraschino Cherries, Malaga Raisins, Seeded Raisins, Cur Currants,
rants, Currants, Citron, Lemon and Orange Peel, Cranberry Sauce, Currant Jelly,
Cuban Guava Paste, Walniits, Pecans, Brazil Nuts, Almonds, Shelled
Almonds, Pecan Meat, Bismarck Herring, Norway Anchovies, Rollmops,
Smoked Soused Salmon, Spiced Sardines. CHEESE: Swiss, Limburger,
Edam, Pineapple, Pimento, Philadelphia Cream, Nippy Welsh Rarebit,
Deviled, Roquefort, Sap-Sago, Camembert, GorgonzoJa, Brie, Stilton, Ched Cheddar
dar Cheddar Cheshire, Bu-lac-tic, MacLaren's,. Imperial, Dutch Vezet, Krauterkase,
Sage, N. Y. State Full Cream and Everyday Cheese.
12 Pound Bags, for
24 Pound Bags, for -
96 Pound Bags, for -.
Evap Prunes 60s to A-
70s, per lb lUw
Evaporated Peach-1 1
es, per lb.'-. I iv
Seeded Raisins 15
oz pkgs., per pkg ILxj
Currants, 12 oz pkg A-
per pkg...- l4L
Guava Jelly, 9-oz Oflp
glasses, each - U b
Guava Jelly 5-oz 1 ftp
glasses; each -'Ub
16-oz. glasses ea. b
Orange Marmaladel ftp
5-oz glasses each Ivlb
Orange and Grapefruit
Marmalade, 16 ozJH ozJH-glasses
glasses ozJH-glasses each ... Lit
Orange and Grapefruit
Marmalade, 5 oz 1 A -glasses,
lade 16 oz glasses 1 W
Grapefruit Marma- A -lade
5 oz glasses luw
Lemon Marmalade 2Ap
16 oz glasses ea. dllw
Lemon Marmalade J
5 oz glasses each iLy
Royal Scarlet Pure Fruit
Jam, flavors; Straw Strawberry,
berry, Strawberry, Raspberry and
Currant, White Cherry
Red Cherry, Red Cur Currant,
rant, Currant, Peach, Apricot,
and Damson per 09p
Fancy Green Coffe per Lb.
Bulk Roasted, a fair drink, per Lb.
1 !l c
Old Virginia Preserves
home made Raspberry
Cherry & Damson
13 oz. Jars, per OOp
Pure Currant Jelly OOp
per glass wb
Maiden Blush Pure ftp
'Apple Jelly, glass b
Maiden Blush Pure Ap Applet
plet Applet Grape Jelly, ftp
Apple ... Marmalade, Old
Vir g i n i a, pe r ftp
Crabapple or Mint 1 J p
Jelly, per glass., i fb
SLpO lL or
OCALA EVENING STAR FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915
I OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
X 'I'-.- ; '.-V.'-.
IF YOU HAVE AN ITEM FOR THIS DEPARTMENT, PHONE 106
Thought for the Day
True culture, like true virtue, in the
main is a "matter of growth. By de degrees
grees degrees it grows in strength, and in insight,
sight, insight, but can not be suddenly and
forcibly won by any kind of magic
process; one must make some definite
beginning, and then persevere in it.
Carl Hilty. V ; V
President Wilson and Mrs. Gait.
The wedding of the president of
the. United States and Mrs. Edith
Boiling Gait at the bride's Washing Washington
ton Washington home on the evening of Saturday,
Dec. 18, electrifies1 an entire nation,
peculiarly susceptible to the heart ap appeal
peal appeal to a country witnessing the mar marriage
riage marriage of its first citizen.
With a ceremony so simple and
with attendants so few one can
scarcely believe that the wedding
means a new life for the president
and a new "first lady of the land."
Mrs. Gait, one of the -most beauti beautiful
ful beautiful women in Washington of the old
Virginia stock, never 1 looked more
lovely than she did as the date for
the wedding approached. And even $ie
: most cynical recognizes the genuine genuineness
ness genuineness of the elation and buoyancy of
the president, who under the spell of
his brids has been literally "made
over. : :
On Dc. 28 the president will be
fifty-nine years old. Less than a year
ago the trace of a very eventful year
was written unmistakably into his
face and physique. Especially did he
show the stress and travail which he
has undergone during the last five
years. Today, apparently without a
care in the world, he looks less than
fifty. His air of austere reserve has
melted away, and he is all gracious gracious-nes3.
nes3. gracious-nes3. Nobody can doubt that under
the influence of the simple, gracious,
companionable woman he has won,
"the year's at the spring" for hip.
Moreover, he developed an enthusiasm
in his. courtship that proved a delight
and surprise for those who thought
they knew him best.
; The "Something Blue."
The same turquoise bracelet worn
by other brides of this administration
-Mrs. Francis Bowes Sayre and Mrs.
William Gibbs Mc'Adoo adorns r- the
arm of the president's bride. It is
the property of Miss Margaret Wil Wilson
son Wilson and supplies the "something bor borrowed
rowed borrowed and something blue" necessary
to carry out the old bridal supersti superstition.
tion. superstition. : : :.' V
1 The "something old" is a piece of
rare old rose point from a famous
Boiling collection. The wedding gown,
of course, provides the "something
The Gait home in Twentieth street
was put in spick and span order for
the ceremony andythe festivities inci incident
dent incident thereto. The floral scheme is on
- -: :
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IT HAS MORE L-O-V-E IN IT.
TIS "SENTIMENT" THAT MAKES LIFE SWEET, GIVE
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an elaborate order, having been
worked out by experts of the White
The tall mirrored mantel in the
drawing room, which has been done
oer in American Beauty tints, is
banked with lilies of the valley and
Killarney roses. The tall palms which
have formed part of the decorations
afc all White House weddings since
that of Nellie Grant have been placed
in the drawing room.
The dining room, the scene of the
.wedding feast, is'one of the most in interesting
teresting interesting rooms in the house. .The
long mahogany table, an heirloom in
the bride's family, has been polished
to ultra brightness. The old fashioned
buffet is laden with gifts of scores
of friends and with the hand wrought
silver of the Boiling family.
The country has never witnessed
functions more brilliant than those
which will be held in the White House
after the return of the. president and
hi3 bride from their honeymoon. She
is a gracious and brilliant entertain entertainer,
er, entertainer, although she has taken little part
in social activities during the past
eight years. Of course there will be
trouble in arranging the diplomatic
dinners because of the European war,
but the president's bride is somewhat
of a diplomat herself and will find a
way out. Many receptions have been
planned, and Washington society is
Washington has often noted with
complimentary phrases the bride's
taste in dress. Her friends have al always
ways always remarked her ability to dress
distinctively and becomingly. Back of
this ability lies a talent cultivated in :
the girlhood days. Money was not
overabundant Cin the Boiling family.
There -was enough to give everybody
the education due the standing of an
old and influential Virginia family,
but cash to buy trousseaux ad lib for
a family of girls remarkable for their
beauty and popularity was not. always
available, wherefore Miss Edith Boil Boiling
ing Boiling began to utilize her gift for line
and form and for color and design.
Twenty-five years ago in .Wytheville,
$ for -
IJHILE thinking of Christmas Presents for
MpTI QTirl T3rX70 itic incf no Tiroll tn fKinlr
auvu uuu JfKJ J O itlO JUOl CIO VV 11 IAJ LlllllXV
of something really useful to them. In order
to help out in your purchases we herewith
suggest some that are useful and will be ap appreciated
preciated appreciated by the recipient:
MEN'S SUITS from. $10 to $25
4 pairs assorted for. . . .$1 .00
2 pairs silk for. ........ .$1 .00
1 pair Best Silk for. . . $1 .00
Fancy Vests, new designs, all sizes,
from ..........$2.50 to $4.00
Fancy suspenders .25c to $1.00
Initial Linnen Handkerchiefs .BOYS' SUITS from
doz to a box for. ...... .$1.50
Ties in Xmas boxes, nobby designs,
from .. 25c to $1.00
BELTS, each:. . . 25c to $1.50
FULL LINE OF FULL DRESS
ACCESSORIES, VESTS, COL COLLARS,
LARS, COLLARS, SHIRTS AND TIES.
. $4 to $10 X
Til-' T TT ji A.
riam tanen xianaKercniexs, eaca.
from . . ..... 1 5c to 503
Bath Robes, in Crash and WooV
each, from...... $4.00 to $7.00
Outing Night Shirts and Pajamas;
all sizes, from. $1.00 to $1.50
STORE OI?EN EVENINGS UNTIL 8:30
Wacahoota, Dec. 16. The cool
weather still continues and bad colds
are quite numerous.
Mr. I. P. Whitesides, of Micanopy,
has just completed a handsome new
room for Mrs. M. R. Beck on the
residence of her father, Mr. C, M.
Smith. It is indeed. a neat structure
Va., the new first lady as a girl in her 'and quite anV addition both in room
teens developed a great reputation in j and looks to the already comfortable
the large family connection for her; heme.' -ability
to buy, to cut. out, to fit andj Mr. McCay, of Montbrook; with his
to make up divers frocks for divers ;"p;r,dar picker,", and force of hands,
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec-
orsd or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is the -record
history of that title.
' some searching and
that he has got it all.
checking before the abstract man knows
uvtasiuiis. ou, tuu, witii imts. oiie lias
great skill in the building of a hat.
She can "poise a wing" or twist a
ribbon into a bow with the skill of a
Not Fond of Jewelry.
"She has less jewelry than any
member of the family,", said one of
is in the community and has already
picked off several hundred bushels of
the nuts and will be here several days
yet. : ;
Mrs. C M. Smith, Mrs. M. R. Beck,
Mrs. Sara Shuler, Miss Rosalie Smith
and Mr. Cedrick Smith motored over
to Palatka on a business trip last
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TTME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK
the connection the other day. "I f Wednesday. They made the trip in
should say she had no favorite gem. j about four hours arid had no : car
The opal is .her birthstone and is seen trouble ;and enjoyed the scenery on
in : the handsome bodice jewels, j the way, and reached home in time
brooches or rings she possesses. She for the young members of the party
never cared for jewels, even as a!to attend a play at Willi ston in the
young girl." r '
The bride is fond of flowers. No
matter what the blossom, its color, its
fragrance, its shape, its size, she is
fond of flowers. The president's ear-
Dr. Thomas, of Gainesville, repre
senting the W. O. W. of that city,
came down last Friday and erected
the monument to Mr. M. R. Beck's
liest remembrance took the form of grave.
exquisite clusters of orchids. Huge I Mr. J. P. Ramsey? of Wacahoota
clusters .of rich red roses sometimes! Station, was a pleasant caller in our
. . i. I .'J.i .1 i n 1
repiacea tne orcnias, and again
bunches of lilies of the valley beauti beautified
fied beautified the smart toilets'in which she ap appeared
peared appeared either in public or in the draw drawing
ing drawing rooms of her friends.
A few books showed the president's
thoughtf ulness j from time to time.
While not either bookish or a "blue "bluestocking,"
stocking," "bluestocking," the bride is a remarkably
well informed woman. She has made
nine or, ten trips to Europe, and each
time, she has gone she has stopped for
periods varying from six months to a
year. She is keenly observant, and sho
delights in leisurely touring about in
A Simple Woman. ;
. "You may take it from me, Edith
never does anything for effect or be because
cause because it is considered the thing to
do. She is in love with the man,
Woodrow Wilson. The glamour of the
White House did not attract her or
influence her judgment in a matter
so intimate and vital," was one com com-ment.
This side light is further empha emphasized
sized emphasized in her manner of traveling. She
selects her route and her companion,
makes her arrangements and sets out
sanely. According to another of her
friends, she is one "of the most alive
and vivid women" imaginable.
An alive and vivid woman she ap appears
pears appears in her travels. Two years ago,
with Miss Alice Gertrude Gordon, she
mode a tour of Spain not the Spain
of the cities, but 'the bypaths of the
Between Miss Gordon and the bride
the warmest friendship exists. Called
to General Gordon's ; deathbed, her
promise to 'Hook after Gertrude" has
resulted in a devoted friendship ce cemented
mented cemented by long periods of travel in
far-off lands. Sentimental only is the
tie of "guardianship" which many in
Washington, even the closest of
friends, consider exists between Miss
Gordon and the president's helpmate.
However, so devoted is she to her
young companion "Altrude" (a play
on the given names of Alice Gertrude)
that even her business affairs have
(Concluded on Fifth Page)
midst last Friday evening.
Mr. and Mrs. C M. Smith and fam family
ily family were guests of Mrs. B. F. Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, of Tacoma Saturday evening.
Miss Mamie Gibbons, near Archer,
entertained a few friends at card3
last Tuesday evening Those ; from
here in attendance, were Mr. Cedrjck
Smith, Mesdames Sara Shuler and M.
R Beck, and Miss Rosalie Smith.,
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tires and tubes from the Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
Auto Scarfs and Veils at Fishel's.
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and Artificial Stone Work
Estimates C heer fully
P. O. B. 358 Ocala, Fla
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
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ocala, 4a. ;
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Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables
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STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Tickets sold Dec 17th to 25th inclusive, limited to reach original
starting point my riidnight January 10th.
For rates or other information, call on any A. C. L. Ticket Agent or
J. G. KIRK LAND, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
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UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A hlock of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost 13 the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge"
off drag bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Meager Port
J. II. Benjamin, Editor
r Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
' SUBSCRIPTION RATES
One in advance $5.00 One year, in' advance........ $8.00
Six zno.iths, in advance ..... 2.50 Six months, in advance. ....... 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 1.25 Three months, in advance ... 2.25
One month, in advance....... .50 One month, in advance...... .80
TAG DAY TOMORROW
A band of Ocala's charming girls
will be out tomorrow, tagging our
people for the benefit of the hospital.
Give them all a cheerful greeting
and as much coin as you can spare.
They will be working for one of the
noblest of causes, the prosperity of
which may come right home to you
; any day. The Marion County Hos Hospital
pital Hospital is a tower of refuge in ourcity.
No man knows when it will save life
or alleviate suffering for him or some
one riear and dear to him.
Give the young ladies honor tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow for their good work; also give
them your loose change. You can
well afford to stint yourself the price
of a few cigars or soft drinks in order
to be altruistic.
ITS TIME FOR OCALA
TO LIVEN UP
One of our business men, who pre prefers
fers prefers to go ahead and try to do some some-ding,
ding, some-ding, even if he fails, to sitting down
and waiting for the sign to be right,
and if he fails immediately picks
himself up and tries again, either his
2Trst stunt or another, backed a Star I
reporter up against a telephone pole
t-Chis morning, and expelled from his
- system the following:
"One of the things Ocala needs,"
earn 11c, is a iuu F ui luuiisu evexjr
winter, and the way to draw tourists
is to have a good tourist hotel and a
cood. 18-hole coif course. ; Ocala Deo-
. O K
' pie do not understand what drawing
card a golf course it. All the live
ijjwns with tourist travel are putting
fiiem in. Tourists have to have some something;
thing; something; to take up their time. They are
tlie sun, and eat oranges, like they
-. were twentv-five vears aero. There
isn't any sport that appeals to so i
t many different .. kinds of people, and I
the kind of people who go to a tourist
town to stay several months nearly
all play golf."
The reporter said he thought that
Ocala had a pretty good golf course.
"That,' said the b. m., "is private,
and while the owners are generous
. about inviting their'friends, of course
world. The town needs good links,
where everybody can play.
"Same way about a hotel. Tourists
don't want to stop for weeks or
months at the regular hotel. ; They
want one specially for themselves
and' run by-a man who understands
how to cater to them. ) Its a seldom
thing that a man who can run a com commercial
mercial commercial hotel can run a tourist hotel,
i and vice versa."
"What do you think," said the re-j
porter, "about a trolley line to Silver
Springs, with the possible extension
to Lake Weir?"
; "A line to Silver Springs," said the
h. m., "will be a good thing, provided
it is left in the hands of a company
or 'syndicate of the leading business
nen of the town to run it. It will be
all right for the city to build" it, but
the city shouldn't try to run it. A city
council can never operate anything, of ;
the sort successfully. Politics and
graft are likely to creep in,, and
at any rate there won't be the inter interest
est interest in the line conducive to good bus-f
iness. The city should build the line,
fout lease it to a syndicate of the lead leading
ing leading business men. They would put it
in charge of a manager, who would
try to obtain the bestA results, and
also every one of them would take a
personal interest in it and work to
obtain business for it.
"As for the line to Lake Weir, I
don't think it. would be a success
now, but if the line to Silver Springs
was built and successfully operated,
I am sure that in a very few years it
could be extended to Lake Weir. One
would bring on and help the other,"
' As( there is much good, practical
sense in what the gentleman said, the
Star submits his ideas to the consid consid-.
. consid-. eration of the people.
On December 6, the Colorado sw
preme court, in an unanimous opinion
written by Chief Justice W. H. Gab Gab-bert,
bert, Gab-bert, held the authority of the state
supreme to enact and enforce state statewide
wide statewide prohibition and that cities op operating
erating operating under special charter govern government
ment government were without legal authority to
continue traffic in intoxicating liquors
after January 1, 1916. The decision
V. Leavengood, Business Manager
was rendered in proceedings brought
by the state and Denver city officials
in which the court took original juris jurisdiction.
diction. jurisdiction. In effect the decision held
that the enforcement of state-wide
prohibition laws is included in the po-
lice powers of the commonwealth and
that the constitutional' prohibition
amendment supersedes all authority
that may have been granted Denver,
or other cities under special charter
government, to control through police
power traffic in intoxicants.
OCALA DOESNT USE
A GREAT ADVANTAGE
The 1 Literary Digest for December
18 has an article on winter resorts
which contains this paragraph:
"For those who wish to penetrate
the interior of Florida and see some
of 'the beauties of nature hidden in her
lake and river region, there are no
more enjoyable trips than the St.
Johns ; and Ocklawaha river trips.
Steamer by the Clyde Line for the
former trip leaves Jacksonville daily
and proceeds up the St. Johns river
past Palatka and through Lake
George to Sanford, a journey of some
nineteen hours, so timed as to give
daylight to the most interesting por portions.
tions. portions. The Ocklawaha river excur excursion
sion excursion starts from Palatka. There are
two services. Boats of the Silver
Springs, Transportation and Hart
Line have daily service from Palatka
(7 a. m.) up the St. Johns river to
tke mouth of the Ocklawaha river,
thence up the winding, twisting Ock Ocklawaha
lawaha Ocklawaha to Silver Springs (5 p. m.)
The scenery along this unique river
i.v unparalleled. For those who wish
to make the trip more leisurely the
Hart Line has tri-weekly service of
i about 24 hours from Palatka to Silver
This is all very fine. The question
more than it is?
Here is more evidence of the fact
that Ocala has not taken advantage
of a great asset, and more evidence
why Ocala should take advantage of
it as soon as possible. Silver Springs
i? within the city limits of Ocala, and
yet here it is featured in connection
with Palatka. It should be known all
over the world that Silver Springs is
Lv Ocala. The city and the Springs
should be so advertised that the one
brings to mind the other.
OCALA STAR JOINS THE CLUB
(St. Petersburg Independent)
After fighting hard to drive the
saloons out of Ocala and succeeding in
khis effort, the Ocala Star announces
that it will carryno whisky advertise advertisements
ments advertisements after the expiration of the
contracts that are now in existence.
The Star says it will not fight liquor
in its editorial columns and carry
whisky ads in another column; will
not take money from those against
whom it is allied.
The Star is taking the right course.
It is the only consistent course, and
the paper shows that it is square
when it plants itself boldly on the
heights and declined to accept tainted
money. It is a paper of ability and
nerve. It takes nerve to let go of $1, $1,-000,
000, $1,-000, and that is about the amount the
Star will lose each year by reason of
its refusal to carry whisky advertise advertisements.
ments. advertisements. Now that the county is dry
there would be a strong effort to sell
liquor by mail and express, and the
Star, being in the county seat, would
get a lot of ads from the distillers
The Star has joined the club of
newspapers that refuse to accept
money from the liquor interests; who
will not sell their goods to the whis whisky
ky whisky forces. It is remarkable how
many papers there are in the country
that will not accept whisky ads. The
number is growing all the time and
in a few years no decent newspaper
will be found with a whisky ad on its
pages. The liquor business is doomed
and nothing shows it better than the
growing club in this and other states
composed of editors who decline to
allow the liquor interests to enter the
homes of the Christian people thu
the columns of their newspapers.
The Independent has, never carried
liquor advertisements. It never will
carry such ads and it is always pleas pleased
ed pleased to see a newspaper take the same
stand against the liquor interests.
LETTER FROM RAILROAD
j COMMISSIONER DUNN;dollars Per annum, to the people of
j jthe state. Then, upon application of
I Tallahassee, Dec. 14, 1915.i5"our Board of Trade and those of
j Editor Star: I am in receipt of is-j Gainesville and -Palatka, the commis commis-1
1 commis-1 sue of your paper and I note in' vour sion required the Atlantic Coast Line
editorial column that you express a! to operate the convenient schedule of j
X. J 1 .It m tn C TT-Vl 1 r O Mir fimmin f
(preference to my candidacy over that
j of ray opponent, for which I am very
j thankful to you. I am sure that, as
jthe campaign goes on, your sense of
S fairness and your desire to have re re-I
I re-I tained on the board a man who is
trained in the work and who has not
shown himself unfaithful to the pub public
lic public interests, will cause you to ex express
press express your preference in, even a
In order to convince you that I de deserve
serve deserve the active support throughout
the state of such influential citizens
as yourself, T am going to recall in
as brief manner as possible, some of
the more important things that have
fceen accomplished by the commission
since I have been a member, which
I actively supported. Since I have
L . .
rhave forced a reduction m the rates
on fruits and vegetables to the North Northern
ern Northern markets from all the South Flor Florida
ida Florida counties. This amounts to a sav- i
ing of probably $150,000 per annum;
t' the vegetable and fruit growers of
the state. We have forced a reduc reduction
tion reduction in the express rates affecting ev every
ery every county in the state, which
amounted to approximately $60,000
per annum.- After quite a contest
with some of the roads, we forced a
reduction in joint rates of freight on
all railroads in the state, except the
Florida East Coast, with which we
are now engaged in a contest in "the
courts, we having won out in the -supreme
court. This reduction will
probably amount to $50,000 a year to
the shippers and receivers of freight
in the state. We have forced a re reduction
duction reduction in the passenger rate on the
Louisville Nashville railroad from
4c to 3c per mile, amounting to about
$21,000 per. annum on that line. This
you know was won after a long con contest
test contest in the courts. In February, 1914,
we forced a reduction in the lumber,
brick, sapd, stone and crate material
rates on all the railroads in the state
except the Florida East Coast, which
i yet contesting. The reduction on
the Atlantic Coast Line alone,
amounts to about $150,000 per annum.
The reduction on the Seaboard is not
quite as great. The reduction as
shown by expert accountants will
amount to ; between $30,000 and $40, $40,-000
000 $40,-000 per annum on the Florida East
Coast, which handles a very much
less tonnage than the Seaboard or
Coast Line. The reduction on the
Louisville & Nashville amounts to
many thousand dollars per annum.
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Louisville & Nashville in October,
1914, which affects the freight rates
on nearly every article passing over
that line of railroad in the state of
Florida. This -reduction was secured
after very strong opposition on the
part of that road.
Coming to Ocala proper during this
time, in order to help the lime ship shippers
pers shippers at and near Ocala, we forced a
reduction in the rate on lime for agri
cultural purposes, which enabled this
product to become used generally
throughout the state. The rate was
cut about in half. On petition of the
fertilizer company, which was organ organized
ized organized 'atOcala we forced a reduction
in the rates on fertilizer material of
25 per cent. This reduction affects
every railroad; in Florida, and must
TIRED, DEPRESSED, LOSING
Tallahassee, Fla.--"My sickness, or ill
health, that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre
in every way, was
of a very peculiar
nature. In the first
v.'fer place, I was lacking
&::r in blood and this
0Sm deprived my body
S -iUi Hum isiiiireut iiuu
'S-75zrleft me in a very
f ivaA rlpnrptsfrt
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done. I was also very gloomy and dis discouraged.
couraged. discouraged. One can imagine the serious seriousness
ness seriousness of my case in my losing weight from
n a ttn 1 T cr :
1 1 o -w xiy poun us. x was axsu buut-itug
from woman's weakness. I took half a
dozen bottles of the 'Favorite Prescrip Prescription'
tion' Prescription' continuously, with the 'Pleasant
Pellets' for constipation, with most ex excellent
cellent excellent benefit. After my health began
to improve I gradually regained my
weight until I came up to my -former
weight of 176 pounds. I gratefully tes testify
tify testify to the virtues of 'Favorite Prescrip Prescription
tion Prescription 'for wojnen, and 'Pleasant Pellets'
for liver and bowel troubles." Mrs. I. M.
Allen, 153 St. Francis, Tallahassee, Fla.
The use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre Prescription
scription Prescription makes women happy by making
them healthy. There are no more crying
spells. "Favorite Prescription" cures in inflammation
flammation inflammation and female weakness. It
makes weak women strong, 6ick women
Like an open book, our faces tell the
tale of health or disease. Hollow cheeks
and sunken eyes, listless steps, sleepless
nights tell of wasting debilitating dis disease
ease disease some place in the body. It may be
one place or another, the cause is gener generally
ally generally traceable to a common source.
Get the "Prescription" to-day either
in liquid or tablet form if you want to
better your physically condition speedily.
amount to a saving of many thousand
k a. t-x tiivii axe nun Liiiiiiiitf in Lit t
the above named points, and with i
which you are familiar. And lastly, i
we have ordered the construction of a
union depot for Ocala. This includes
everything that I know of that Ocala
has ever asked for, except the rates
which were desired in order to aid in
the re-establishing of wholesale con concerns
cerns concerns in your city. This last propo proposition,
sition, proposition, I am glad to say, we are just
about to accomplish.
You remember many of your peo people
ple people thought that the "Long and Short
Haul Law" would prove a solution of
the wholesale question, and seme in
cluding yourself, I think were dis dissatisfied
satisfied dissatisfied because we did not decide
the matter at once. The commis commissioners
sioners commissioners gave this matter a great deal
of consideration but the 4 more we
studied it, the more convinced we
were that it would not assist the in interior
terior interior towns at all in the solution of
the problem which they desired
solved. For instance, if we t had
forced the railroads (which we did
not have authority to do), to operate
the same rate from Jacksonville to
Ocala on grain as they formerly op operated
erated operated from Jacksonville to Tampa, it
would have reduced your grain rate
from 15 cents to 11 cents per hun hundred
dred hundred pounds. While this would have
allowed your wholesaler a reduction
of 4 cents per hundred pounds, yet
the Jacksonville jobber could have
shipped his grain into Ocala on the
very same rate, so that : he would
have had the same advantage over the
Ocala jobber as he now ha3 the only
different being that the ; rate would
More than a year ago, we took up
the matter with the traffic officials of
the two principal railroads at anoth another
er another angle, and with arguments, per persuasion
suasion persuasion and threats of carrying to the
Interstate Commerce Commission,
after many meetings and many dis discussions
cussions discussions with them, we finally got
them to agree to a scheme which I
am sure will go a long way towards
giving the people of Ocala and other
interior Florida towns what they have
wanted. This plan will be put into
effect at an early date.
All these matters you, know have
had to come step by step. The rail railroad
road railroad commission has passed from one
fight with the railroads to another
just as fast as it was possible to' do
so. As soon as .we have secured one
concession from them, we immediate immediately
ly immediately prepared to get another.
When these rates are put into ef effect,
fect, effect, we will then have accomplished
everything for Ocala that she has
asked for so far as I know, and you
and your peopl will certainly have
no right to complain of any lack of
performance on the part of the rail railroad
road railroad commission. '
After considering the ahpve ac accomplishments,
complishments, accomplishments, it seems to me that
any fair minded man must admit that
my record as a commissioner is not
only good but extraordinarily so, and
that when we have, as shown above,
forced reductions in rates which have
amounted to many hundred thousand
dollars per annum in savings to the
people of the state, that it is unfair
for the public to overlook all of these
j really great accomplishments, and
censure our whole record because
some of the public disagree with us
pnnfPmiTifr some insignificant detail
'of our work. If we reduce the rates
on a thousand articles is the entire
accomplishment worth nothing be because
cause because in doing it it is necessary to
raise the rate on a few articles?
If Ve order a depot to be construct constructed
ed constructed that will effect the capitalization
of the road several thousand dollars,
and be a large improvement to the
town and a great convenience to the
public must we lose. all. credit for do doing
ing doing our duty in issuing the order be because
cause because some people disagree with the
commission concerning some detail of
the plan or about the date of con construction
struction construction ? It occurs to me that this
As soon as the jobbing rates re referred
ferred referred to above are ready for publi publication,
cation, publication, I will take pleasure in send-
ting you a copy with explanations, in
order that you may give your read
ers the benefit of it.
Yours very truly,
ROYAL C. DUNN.
PUSHING THE SALE
OF A PUBLICATION
Mr. J. Ralston Cargill in charge of
the sales division of the Curtis Pub Publishing
lishing Publishing Co., was in our city yesterday
conferring with Mr. L. F. Ballard,
who handles its publications.
His principal object was to meet
the boys selling its journals and en encourage
courage encourage them to become great factors
in the sale of the Saturday Evening
Post, Ladies' Home Journal and the
Country Gentlemen. He has a system
of promotion among the boys based
on examinations and fitnes3 as sales salesmen
men salesmen coupled with their standing in
Av$sl! All SasladSSllciSeci
their grades at school. All this edu edu-cates'and
cates'and edu-cates'and helps to qualify the boys to
take their places among the coming
men of the day.
- Mr. Cargill invited the boys, Mr.
Ballard and Prof. Brinson to meet at
the Board of Trade rooms yesterday
evening, where they were given short,
encouraging talks, first by Secretary
Rooney, then by Prof. Brinson follow followed
ed followed by Mr. Cargill. These were along
lines of encouragement and good ad advice
vice advice to make them look out into the
future with a brighter vision and im imbue
bue imbue them with ambition to climb the
ladder of usefulness, striving to reach
the topmost round. '
This is a great work and in line
18 Years Experience
The latest machinery, skill skilled
ed skilled labor arid ann abudant
supply of soft water we are
able to give the public an
exceptionally high quality
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main SL
i We are prepared to ship you the famous Crystal River Oysters,
than which there are no finer on earth at the following prices:
Choice Selected, per Gal. $1.25
Choice Selected, per bbl. $2.00
All shelled oysters are shipp ed in sealed tins and reach you as
fresh a3 when taken from the water. We solicit your orders.
GULF FISH eY OYSTER CO.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
li Admits of
PROTECTION from FIRE LOSS
' Is of Even
IMPORTANCE TO YOU
Than the protection of the Country's
I represent the following compan companies:
ies: companies: Insurance Co. of N. A.; Hanover
of N. Y., Equitable Fire & Marine,
iNew Jersey Fire, Rhode Island Fire,
County Fire of Philadelphia, Wes-
chester of N. Y4 Nord-Deuteche of
Hamburg, First National of U. S.
E IV!. O
White Star line Transter Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
f and Price
COLLIER BEOS., Proprietors
with the policy of these great publi publications
cations publications to better the condition of the
thousands of boys selling them and
point them to better lives.
Don't forget, good
space for exhibiting
and made products will be free at the
South Florida fair. We want to show
the visitors everything that the Land
of Flowers products, so come forth
with the products. Tampa Times.
Judge Reaves has validated Pinellas
county's good roads bond issue of
$715,000. That "O. K." wasn't at attached
tached attached to the judge's name without
cause. Tampa Times.
Mo Detote I
IB O IM
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915
Today Jt T!
THE DIAMOND FROM THE SKY Twenty-third Episode.
THE LAW OF LOVE
Bio. two-reel drama, featuring Anne Schaefer and Geo. Stanley.
AN UNEXPECTED ROMANCE
S. & A. drama, featuring G. M. Anderson.
ADMISSION FROM 3:30 TO 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
Until Christmas our store will
be open until 8:30 p.m. for the ac- J
commodation of our friends.
. Richelieu Soups
Richelieu Catsups and
- Very Fine
- Beautiful Quality
Richelieu Queen Olives
Oxford and Russian
Let us contribute all these to the feast and make
it a perfect one
FRUITS FOR CHRISTMAS
At our new store next to. FISHEL'S we have a com complete
plete complete Jine of choice
FRUITS, NUTS and CANDIES
for the HOLIDAY TRADE. Our entire stock of Fanc3
Groceries is brand new. Let us serve you. Free Deliv
Rt, Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
? Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
,.' U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C L. TICKET. OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 5, 1915
; Thursday, returning home Christmas
eve to remain until after New Year
I with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank
j Tea Honoring Mrs. Weathers
Mrs. E. A. Weathers was hostess
this afternoon at 4 o'clock to an in-
formal tea, the affair being a charm-!
J:ng courtesy to her daughter-in-law, I
fllM S0 AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
many times received tlie steadying in in-f
f in-f uence of her oversight.
Fine "Poor Man's Wife."
To turn to the purely domestic side, Mrs. Benjamin S. WTeathers. of Jack
she is an excellent housekeeper, and cr.nvillp
she has a reputation for retaining not The hall, music and living rooms
only the good will but the co-operation were effectively adorned with a wealth
of her domestics. She herself can 0f poincettias the floral motif sugges sugges-work
work sugges-work out a menu admirably, and if ting the yuletide season, and in the
the necessity arose she could person- rfinine room r)ink roses and fern were
ally "get up" a palatable dinner. She used exclusively. The guests num.
is clever at the Sunday evening sup'-jkering a score of intimate friends,
per table (a distinctive feature of were received eraciouslv bv the hos-
Southern households), and her hand handling
ling handling of the chafing dish on these oc occasions
casions occasions conduces to the good diges
tion which waits on appetite.
tess who with much pleasure present presented
ed presented them to the honoree. Mrs.
Weathers possesses an interesting
personality and the opportunity of
NLY TEE BEST
As regular as comes Christmas, comes Her hope for
Mere candy may please Her but nothing compares with
Huylers Her ideal of Candy Excellence.
She is a familiar figure in the meeting her, this being her first visit T. V 1 r i u xt -j T
Washington markets, her smart little since her marriage was a welcome I11 3 UOt 0nly trUe m Ocala but NatlOn-Wlde and Inter-
national is tne Knowieage 01 auyiers aupenoniy.
runabout many times being filled with
the more perishable fruits of her
Altogether, she would make a "fine
wife for a poor man."
pleasure to those present.
In the dining room Mrs. H. A. Ford
poured tea. The table was covered
with a handsome cloth and was very
pretty with its atractive appoint
She is open handed and generous, a ments the pink roses beimr effective-
devoted church woman and until ;ly ciustered in the center. With the
quke recently a member of St.!tea was Dassed cake. Assisting the
Thomas' Episcopal church. She nowfhostess were her daue-hters. Miss
attends St. Margaret's, where herjJanet Weathers, Mrs. G. H. Ford and
brother, Richard Wilmer Boiling, is niece Mrs L y. Stevens and dainty
an usner ana wnere ner motner, Mrs.littie Miss Margaret Stevens.
W. H. Boiling; her unmarried brother,
John Randolph Boiling,! and her sis
ter, Miss Bertha Boiling, also attend.
Fond of Young People.
"To show the younger contingent a
good time" is .one of her attributes.
Not less is she considerate of the
aged. Many instances of her looking
up the invalid and elderly and taking
them for drives about the parks, are
recorded. The mother of a young
Southern woman employed in one' of
the government departments came to
visit her daughter, whom the presi
dent's bride had frequently met. Al Almost
most Almost daily throughout the visit she
appeared either in the afternoon' or
morning and acted as cicerone..
As to her accomplishments, the
bride, possessing an avid mind and
having traveled extensively she has
passed some time in every country in
Europe and has traveled throughout
the United States, Canada and Alas
ka is thoroughly in touch with the
thought and development of the life
of the day. She speaks French well.
She is a talented pianist. Her fine
mezzo soprano voice, while untrained,
is admirably suite-.i to ballad singing.
She is fond of sieging. So also is
the president, who himself has a good
Finally she is well poised, "very
human" and thoroughly unaffected
and sincere. Not only charmingly
pretty, she has the distinction of man manner
ner manner and carriage Which will admir admirably
ably admirably conform to the role she is scon
to assume chatelaine of the White
House and first lady of the land.
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Peek and daugh daughter
ter daughter Virginia, will spend Christmas
day at Williston, guests of the for former's
mer's former's sister, Mrs. Fletcher, who will
entertain at a family reunion.
Messrs. William Camp and Leslie
Anderson are spending this evening
at Dunnellon, going down especially
to attend the high school play, "What
Don't have her ihink "He might have sent Huylers
be assured complete appreciation by sending the best.
The city public schools closed to today
day today for the Christmas-New Year va vacation,
cation, vacation, many of the grades rendering
interesting programs prior to tfye
closing hour. A number of the fac faculty
ulty faculty especially residents will remain
in the city for the fortnight while
others left this afternoon for their
homes, some waiting until later to
depart. Among those leaving today t
were Miss Elizabeth Mizelle for
Orange Lake, Miss Marcella Mc Mc-Clane
Clane Mc-Clane for Panasoff kee, Miss Bessie
McKissock for Ft. Gaines, Ga.: Misses
Edith and Lula Griffin for Sneeds,
Mrs. M. "P. Geiger and baby for
Gainesville, and Miss Ethel Robinson
for Bradentown to visit a sister. Miss
Susan Tidball will divide her time
with her sister in St. Augustine and
her home in Waldo, leaving tomorrow
for one cf the places. Next Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday Miss Ella Mendenhall and her
mother will go to Eustis to visit rel relatives.
atives. relatives. Mr. Robert Connor will be
with his parents at Lake Weir and
Special Holiday Boxes and
Deliviries Anytime, Anywhere
she teaches and her mother, Mrs An-
gie Ford, who will reach the city Sun
day from her home at Mayfield, Ky.
'. . -
Mr. W. B. Gallagher is expected
home this afternoon from Savannah,
where he went Sunday on business.
Mr. Whit Palmer returned on the
limited yesterday from a brief visit
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall will have
CHRISTMAS BOX TO
A HOME MISSIONARY
as their holiday snaests their neice.
Mrs. W. T. Evans at Belleview. Of Miss t vdie McDoufrhal. of Columbia
the faculty Prof. W. H. Cassels and. College .Lake City, who will arrive
miss ieine Stevens ana possiDiy.tnelWednes(jav- anj M5SS Starr Chevnev.
Misses Griffin will attend the State
Educational Association in December.
Mrs.. Howard Munroe is the guests
of her parents, Col. and Mrs. John
M. Martin for the Christmastide, ar arriving
riving arriving Monday from Atlanta where
with her daughter, Miss Frances
Bangs, she visited relatives en route
from her country home near Ashe Ashe-ville.
ville. Ashe-ville. During the year Miss Bangs
accompanied by her mother enjoyed
an extended visit to her uncles
John Kendrick and F. H. Bangs, at
their homes in New York. In Janu January
ary January Miss Bangs will join her rela relatives
tives relatives for trip down the East Coast
of "Florida, spending the remainder of
the winter at the popular resorts.
Little Miss Margaret Hocker is ill
at the hospital. She has been sick
a Mistake," to be given, at 8 o'clock !fora week and though her condition
at the schoolv auditorium.
of Tarpon Springs, the latter arriv arriving
ing arriving Thursday the 30th.
: t V:.' ' y
Mrs. C. E. Simmons was the charm charming
ing charming hostess Thursday afternoon of the
Eastern Star Sewing Circle. During
the. afternoon Mrs. Simmons assisted
by her daughter Ruth, and Mrs. H.
A. Kramer served, delicious hot chac chac-olate,
olate, chac-olate, wafers and stuffed dates.
Hiss Byrd Wartmann leaves Sun Sunday
day Sunday night for New York City. She
will be away a fortnight.
Mr. and Mrs. G. I. Singleton of In Inverness
verness Inverness were Christmas shoppers,
spending yesterday interviewing our
Miss Hester Dewey will entertain
the young ladies' auction club Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon, deferring the meet-
Mrs. I. V. Stevens and little Miss
Margaret Stevens are guests of their!
uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs.4 B. A.!
.Weathers for the holiday season, ar arriving
riving arriving yesterday from Lakeland.
Miss Catharine Henry, a high school
student spending the winter with Mrs.
J. W. Hood, left this afternoon for
her home at Lake Weir to enjoy the
Miss Marguerite Porter is the at attractive
tractive attractive guest of Miss Minnie Stovall
in Tampa, leaving for there yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. m m m
Mr. H. B. Clarkson, after an ab
is not alarming, it is precarious and ing from today, the regular club day
her physician and parents deemed it until then, at which time her sister,
best to remove her' to the hospital Miss Marion Dewey, will be home
j yesterday afternoon. Miss Margaret from South Florida.
has the best wishes of her many play-
mates and older iriends "lor a
After a visit of two days to Miss
Frances Tarver, Mrs. Annie Stroud
returned to Williston today.
Mrs. E. L. Scott of Birmingham,
Ala., is the charming guest of her
The civic committee of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club held a meeting at 3 o'clock
this afternoon at the rest room to
transact business in connection with
the municipal Christmas tree which
it is furthering. 1
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Rev. and Mrs J. R. Hemdon at the
Presbyterian manse will entertain at
husband s parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. S.i a family house party during the
Scott. She is accompanied by her Yuletide, their guests including the
pretty little daughter Kathleen, and members of Mrs. Herndon's immed-
will be joined for Christmas by Dr.
m m m
iate family. Mr. and Mrs..R. A.
Wood, parents of Mrs. Herndon, ar arrived
rived arrived a few weeks ago from Johnson
sence of several months spent in the j The JinS Club will entertain at a City, Tenn., and the first of next
east has returned home. En route to dance tonight at the Woman's Club week, Tuesday or Wednesday, her
and the affair is being pleasantly an-; brothers, Mr. L. Whitney Wood of
New York city and Rev. J. A. Wood,
wife and baby of Umatilla, will ar-
Mrs. W. H. Cook and two children rive, and Monday after Christmas
Misses Effie and Eliza Wood of John Johnson
son Johnson City, wilj join them.
Florida, he visited his brother in
Mrs. Julia Palmer, formerly of this
city, is in Alexandria, La., the guest
of her daughter, Mrs. W. A. Alsop,
nee Miss Jessie Palmer.
Mrs. J. J. Pyles has returned from
a pleasant visit to her son, Mr. Sam
Pyles in Jacksonville.
Miss Willie Mae Lang left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Gainesville to spend her
fortnight vacation visiting her aunt,
Mrs. W. W. Avery.
Miss Annie Shockley, who is spend spending
ing spending the winter with Mrs. J. H. Mc Mc-Clymonds
Clymonds Mc-Clymonds and attending the high
school, returned today to her home at
Lowell for the holidays.
Miss Wenona Wetherbee will con conclude
clude conclude her school duties at Raiford
ticipated by those who are to attend
of Fort McCoy, will spend a portion
of the holidays the guests of her par
ents, Mr. and Mrs. J. V. Tarver, ar ar-irivng
irivng ar-irivng Christmas eve.
Dr. S. H. Blitch and daughter, Miss
Legie, were in the city from their
home at Blitchton today.
Miss Rena Smith, who for the past
few weeks has been at Orangeburg,
S, C, is now in Augusta, Ga., the
guest of Mrs. Herbert Hester. Miss
Smith expects to return to Ocala
shortly after Christmas.
Miss Goldie Ford of the grammar
school faculty will have as her guests
for the holidays at the dormitory her
sister, Miss Pearl Ford, who will ar arrive
rive arrive tomorrow from Dade City, where
Mrs. H. W. Henry Sr. and Miss
Kate Scott were Christmas shoppers
from Lake Weir today.
The Missionary Society of the Bap Baptist
tist Baptist church will send a box to one of
their home missionaries located on an
island off the west coast of Florida.
The box will be packed at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. W. T. Gary on Fort
King avenue and will be shipped on
or about Dec. 20. This is a chance for
persons interested in missions to show
their interest in a practical way, espe especially
cially especially those who favor home mission
vi orks rather than foreign. The fam family
ily family of the missionary consists of him himself
self himself ancj, wife. Their measurements
for clothing may be obtained from
Mrs. Gary. Groceries and household
linen will also be acceptable.
The Fannie R. Gary Missionary So Society,.
ciety,. Society,. Ocala Baptist Church.
FOR CHILDREN'S COUGH
You cannot use anything better for
your child's cough and cold than Dr.
King's New Discovery. It is prepar prepared
ed prepared from pine tar mixed with healing
and soothing balsams. It does not
contain anything harmful and is
slightly laxative, just enough to expel
the poisons from the system. Dr.
King's New Discovery is antiseptic
kills the cold germs raises the
phlegm loosens the cough and
soothes the irritation. Don't put off
treatment. Coughs and colds often
lead to serious lung troubles. It is
also good for adults and the aged. Get
a bottle today. All druggists. 3
W. K. Lane, M. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
L'hroat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. v v m
Have your prescriptions filled
wnere promptness ana quality count.
The Court Pharmacy. ll-6t
Santa writes from the North Pole
that he will be at Fishel's this X-mas
A. C. L. SCHEDULE
NOTICE TO TAG DAY NURSES
The young ladies who are to serve
as nurses on hospital tag day Satur Saturdaywill
daywill Saturdaywill please report at Mrs.-J. E.
Chace's residence Saturday morning
at nine o'clock and each bring a red
cross with her for her nurse's costume.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dol-'ar's
'ar's dol-'ar's worth of other groceries, for
asb- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
Trains of tr.e Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. PetersDurg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
3:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
Nc. 35, Ocala to Lakeland ( Sunny Sunny-jim),
jim), Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, Sk- Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Petersburg,-2:36-2:40
p. m. -No.
140. Ocala to Palatka. Gaines
ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunnjr (Sunnjr-jirr),
jirr), (Sunnjr-jirr), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. ra.
Auto Scarfs and Veils at Fishel's.
OCA LA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17. 1915
lits of Byplay
By Luke AkLuke
Copyright. 1915, the Cincinnati
CROOK E, STATE SUPERINTEN- ; through the mails.
The sheriff in Birmingham
DENT ANTI-SALOON LEAGUE.
A glorious victory in Marion coun-
jty closed seven saloons, December 7.
The Wise Fool.
"Blessings often come disguised ob observed
served observed the sage.
"Maybe," commented the fool, "but
troubles never bother putting on any
Beneath this sod sleeps pretty Grace.
She's In the heavenly fold. t
For she forget to paint her face
And caught an awful cold.
"What kind of a man is Bill? asked
the old fogy.
Tie Is one of those lads who talk so
much about what be is going to do that
he never gets time to do anything." re replied
plied replied the grouch.
seized two automobiles as "contain
ers" under the law that intoxicants S I
I and the receptacles in which they are ; ?
j found can be confiscated by the sher-!
Ocala vcted dry by 94 majority, the j iff. The whiskey was found in the
You Know Him.
An egotist Is Mr. Pine.
With self pride he is blinded.
The hat he wears Is No. 9,
Tet he Is narrow minded.
Dear Luke Dr. Dye. a physician; Dr.
Boot, a dentist, and A. Trout, who has
a fish store, would like to Join the
Epringfleld (O.) delegation in the
Names Is Names club. N. E. D.
Oh, place no trust In Oswald Blee
Or you will euro regret It!
He always says, "Leave that to me!"
And then he will forget it.
Why th Editor Left Town.
county voted dry by 234.
We will fight like Trojans from now
until December 21, to keep Dade coun county
ty county dry.
Only eght counties wet now in
Florida. Liquor houses are confined
to ten towns, Pensacola, Tarpon
Springs, St. Petersburg, Tampa, Key
West, West Palm Beach, St. Augus Augustine,
tine, Augustine, Jacksonville, Fernandina.
Take a look at your map, and see
that all the wet towns are close to
the waterright on the rim of the
The interior of the state is dry,
from Jacksonville to Tampa, and from
Key West to Pensacola and much
the larger part of it is good and dry.
Ocala voting dry furnished a
"thrill" for prohibition work of the
state. The Anti-Saloon League and
W. C T. U. workers labored side by
side and did everything within their
power for the glorious victory.
Now let everybody get ready to at attend
tend attend the state convention at Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee during the first week in, February.
Two of the greatest prohibition ora orators
tors orators of the day are expected to ad address
dress address the convention,. Rev. Sam, Small
and Hon. William Jennings Bryan.
The pastor and at least one dele delegate
gate delegate from every, church of Florida,
are expected to be present at Talla Tallahassee
hassee Tallahassee at the convention, but arrange
to send as large a delegation as pos possible.
sible. possible. Let's make it a great conven convention
tion convention for the cause of statewide pro-
Prohibition continues to hold the
center of the stage throughout the
world. Russia, even in war, is more
prosperous without intoxicating
liquors, and will continue prohibition
after the war is over. Germany is
more stringent than ever on the use
of intoxicants. England has drawn
the line tighter with the anti-treating
law. Newfoundland, by the last
port, has gone dry by 4 to 1.
every state in the union is pressing
the battle for state and national pro
hibition. The saloon must go. Senti Sentiment
ment Sentiment is growing stronger and strong stronger
er stronger against drink. No wonder the tide
turned in Marion county in two years
from 67 wet, to 234 dry.
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E. A. Lewis figured in a runaway hibition.
here Tuesday p: m. What the animal
became frightened at is not known.
Georgetown (III.) News.
'When you feel bad, why Luke McLuke'a
The greatest doctor, I will eay..
He makes you roar
Till you are sore
And keeps you happy every day.
If laughing's good for health, you see.
That Luke's the really great M. D. ( 1
E. R, G., Business Men's Club.
Dear Luke Any time the beat wor worries
ries worries you just think of Miss Icie Luke,
who lives aj Caldwell, O. Cambridge
.He couldn't beat a rug not he!
Work waa beyond his powers;
Ills back was very weak, you see,
But he'd play golf for hours.
Eight states will vote on statewide
prohibition next year.
Both Alabama and Georgia have
passed most stringent ; laws against
near-beer, clubs and lockers, and
against advertising and soliciting for
Orange Springs, Dec. 16. Potato
digging and cane grinding are very
near over and the farmers are wear wearing
ing wearing broad smiles as they have har harvested
vested harvested better crops than in years.
The log loading machine of the
Rodman Lumber Co. while passing
the depot, going for a load of logs,
tore the platform of the depot down,
which is a great inconvenience
loading and unloading freight.
Miss Ethel Hall has gone for an in indefinite
definite indefinite visit to the home of her uncle,
Mr. Pleas Hall at Titusville. She is
greatly missed at the postofilce where
she has been assistant for the past
Mrs. John McCarley will leave in a
few days for Winter Garden. ; Mr.
McCarley has a position there in the
Mr. Tom Higgins has moved into
Mrs. Riles' house, recently vocated by
HERE you will find many attractive articles for Holiday; Gifts. Many unusual
and distinctive designs have been secured for this season's business.
Watches Necklaces Bracelets Diamonds
" Brooches Cuff Buttons Laveilires Rings
Lockets Emblem Pins Scarf Pins Watch Fobs Cut Glass
Sterling Silver Solid Gold Valdemar and Coat Chains Fine China Ware
COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU OUR LINE
J. E. ALLEMAN, THE JEWELER
Next to Express Office
North Main St.
Mrs. Cronin. Mr. Higgins is in the
in j employ of the New Farms company.
Mr. J. F. Pedrick and family have
moved to Jacksonville. They will be
greatly missed among their many
friends. Mr. Pedrick came here with
the New South company four years
ago and has been in their employ un until
til until the company changed hands.
The Sunday school is preparing for
an entertainment and Christmas tree.
Mr. Olsen is here to spend the win winter
ter winter He came here last winter for his
heal and was greatly benefited.
The experiment farm is in fine
shape now for cultivation and will
soon be planted.
Miss Florence Hall left Tuesday for
a visit to relatives at Green Cove
Springs. It seems as though the girls
will all be away for Christmas.
Anyway, we have heard that wed wedding
ding wedding bells will ring soon and we are
inclined to believe the statement.
Beautiful display of Ladies' and
Men's Hats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky
Fresh Rape seed just received
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
DR. FULLER'S OFFICES MOVED
The Fuller dental ofiices have been
moved to the second floor of the
Union block, oyer Nash's store.
9-Ct R. D. Fuller, D. D. S.
We have a complete line of ivory
bureau sets, also single pieces. Just
the thing for her X-mas present. The
Court Pharmacy. ll-t
Our Christmas stock of Ivory Pyra Pyra-lin
lin Pyra-lin has arrived and we have the best
stock ever. Gerig's. tf
The Cheerful Pedestrian.
Auto accidents multiply, especially on
Sunday. When the machines were first
introduced they seemed likely to kill
all the pedestrians, but now the own owners
ers owners are killing themselves much faster
than they are killing us. If the statis statistics
tics statistics continue we shall be ahead in the
game ultimately. Fredonla (N. Y.) Cen-
Dear Luke Every time I read one of
your Names Is Names I think of dear
old Quintus Quintillion Quigley of this
city, who was for many years a state
senator from this district Paducab.
. Names Is Names.
Pink Green lives at Greenville, Ky.
Things to Worry About.
There are 111 distinct species
enakes in the United States.
Our Daily Special.
A soft mark is a hard loser.
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Luke McLuke Says:
When a woman who has three or four
summer skirts tells her husband that
she hasn't one that Is fit to wear on the
street she is often telling the truth
without knowing it
The nearest some men ever come to
getting their pictures In the papers is
when a cross (X) is shown on the half
tone to Indicate where the innocent by bystander"
stander" bystander" stood when it happened. r:
If a man's thermometer registers 105
on a hot day and all the rest of the
thermometers In town register 95 he
knows that, he has the only accurate
thermometer in town.
Daughter can't bear to see her poor
old mother slaving over a washtub on
Monday. So daughter gets up early on
Monday and stays downtown the rest
If you are denying your wife a lot
of pleasures so you can lay up some something
thing something for a rainy day, always try to re remember
member remember that it Is not going to rain ev every
ery every day.- S ;
A woman will get mad If you In Insist
sist Insist that she Is contrary. But she wore
low cat waists all winter, and this sum summer
mer summer she is going to wear waists that
button up all the way and fasten at the
A liar Is a man who arrives home
about 2:30 a. m. and begins to explain
to his wife how it happened.
A married woman likes to f fed tramps
because it Is a relief to have a man
eat a meal and not complain about the
. cooking. ; .'
Always try to remember that when
you say nice things about people you
will never be forced to eat your words.
Most of us are run down because -we
are always climbing hills that are not
Father will go to sleep resolving to
cut out the use of cuss words. And
when he wakes up in the morning he
will discover that mother has spilled
a whole box of face powder all over
the only decent tie he has to wear.
THIS SEASON have been very carefully selected and if there is,
any thing we have overlooked tell us about it and well see that
you are served just the same as thouhg it were on the shelf.
Here are only a few suggestions for your convenience in help helping
ing helping to select articles for your CHRISTMAS DINNER:
Raisins, Citron, Currents, Nuts of All Kinds (new crop), Mince Meat, Apples,
Oranges, Tangerines, Bananas.
A Few .(Good-llU
Fancy Cakes, Dill and Sweet Mixed Pickles, Breakfast Bacon, Smoked Country
Bacon, Choice Hams,. Maple Syrup, Best Florida Syrup, Buckwheat, Henry Clay
Flour, Sausages of All kinds, Our own Roasted and Ground Coffees (Brick City and
First Product), Pumpkin for Pies. We also have a Full Line of FRESH MEATS in
our model family meat market
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OCA LA EVENING Tli "4 FRIEfAY.5 DEClSlBER 1 1191 5 T
We Want YOU
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
Every day we will give a
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
at our expense. Watch the
columns of the Star, for
(Tt First Class Seasoned
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' Your Photograph
Is the most acceptiable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent
YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
LY PROMPTLY DONE
Jome early before the rush begins.
OVER O. K.
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
s For r reservations, tickets, etc.
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Au o i wemau ciii-reJ a lauk auJ
ask lm1 L. adviscJ how fust-mi tnouej
to her :ou in auothw t ity. The iie-si-dciit
was tlje only one of -the. officers
pri'sem. and tLe woiuau was referred
to him. She was a garrulous old ladj
and. Hie most women when started
talking! about their sous, poured a
steady stream in the' president's ears
of'her :ion's superiority over other wo women's
men's women's sons, mingled with some hard
luck he had had.
"Jimmie shesaid. "was aiwajs an
affectionate child, truthful, thoughtful
and never gave me a bit of tumble
lie was so smart when be was at
school that he never heeded to study
much at home, and his ? marks were
always C and D,' which are the high highest.
est. highest. Ue never got A but once, and he
said that was a mistake. Que day he
came home and said he wasn't going
to school any more; be didn't approve
of the L- system of education. He
thought the boys were treated like
sausage meat all put Into a hopper
and ground out together. He said he
had found that be could dp one thing
well and it was very easy for him. I
aslied bim what it was, and be said it
had nothing to do with school work
and didn't need any education at all.
lie would show me instead of telling
me; then 1 would understand him. lie
lifted the cloek from the mantle, took
It all to pieces and put it together
" 'For land's sake, Jimmie,' 1 said,
"are you going to be satisfied to be a
clock tinker? : ..."
; Ob. mother," be said, giving me a
bug, you don't understand what I'm
"The next day he bid me goodby and
said. You won't see me again till I've
made some success in the world,
" 'You won't make much of a suc success,
cess, success, I said, 'without an education. I
was in hopes you would have some am ambition
bition ambition and go to college. I could have
paid ; part, and you could have earned i
the rest teaching school or something J
T h a von't Hmo tr rm tn r-rl ho I
said. 'I've got a big work before me.
.I'm going to make something that has
never been "successfully thus far con constructed
structed constructed -"He
went away, and I've not seen
him since. I'm sure he will succeed,
but. I: wish he, would tell me how he is
getting on. You see, he has had a lot
to contend with. First he was taken
sick and didn't earn a cent for months,
besides paying something for being in
a hospital. Then he"
'"Madam." interrupted the banker,
"I'm too busy to listen to all this.
From your; description of your son I
judge that he Is a ne'er-do-well'
The old lady looked at the banker
wonderingly. "Jimmie a ne'er-do-well!
Why, he's the smartest boy you ever
saw. How do you suppose he ever got
those high marks at school unless"
The banker cut her short, asking her
how much money she wanted to send
her son. but when she said that she
was going to let him have $1,000. for
which he was to send her a thousand
shares of 'i stock in a manufacturing
concern he was organizing, the presi president
dent president implored her not to rob herself by
putting her money in some wild scheme
that would surely explode and leave
her in the lurch.
"Wild scheme!" she exclaimed. "Do
you suppose my boy would let his
mother put ; her. money in a wild
scheme? Why, he wouldn't"
"Enough, madam. Let me have your
$1,000 and I'll give you a draft for it
that will be as good as money for your
son. Dut remember that I warned you."
The old lady opened a hand bag and
took; out a stocking, from which she
poured a quart measure of bills, gold
and silver. The banker called a clerk
and directed him to count the money
and. finding the amount as the old lady
had stated, gave her a draft for it.
Two years passed. One day ,a car carriage
riage carriage drove "up to the bank, and an old
lady wrapped in expensive furs was
helped to alight by a maid who carried
a satchel and. going into the bank. bank.-asked
asked bank.-asked for the president.
"I've got a lot of papers' she said.
J "I want you to take care of for me."
And. opening the satchel, she drew
forth a pile of securities which the
president, on looking over, found to be
of great value. ; lie locked them in a
box in the safety deposit branch of the
bank' and, handing her the key, told
her that she, and she. alone.'. would-be
able to unlock, the box and would have
access to it at any time during business
"You don't seem to know me." she
"Really," replied the banker. "I must
confess that don't."
"Don't you remember my coming in
here and emptying a stocking full of
money and you giving me a paper for
it to send to my boy? Well. Jimmie
was getting up a company to make
lomething he had invented. He'd saved
t2.000 himself and needed $1,000 more.
' sent it to him, and he gave me a
third interest in the concern. After he
got to, making money he 'watered the
stock whatever that means, and gave
me a thousand shares. Jimmie says
each share is worth $300. I knew that
Jimmie couldn't have got all those-C
and D marks at school if he wasn't
"Madam." said the banker, "I am
lad that you didn't accept my advlce.
I fancy your son is a" genius, and one
sever can tell what such persons are
joins to da" "v ;
"And they told me he had been ex excelled
celled excelled from school, added the old lady
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On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
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We are just in receipt of a delayed
shipment of Dolls, Toys, Games, Elec Electric
tric Electric Motors and mechanical toys at
very moderate prices. THE BOOK
Fishel still has some ENAMEL ENAMEL-WARE
WARE ENAMEL-WARE and DISHES to dispose of at
cost. 4 ; 3t-wky
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
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Buy it for the children's sake.
It is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them .11 the time.
tf Carter's Bakery.
Big delayed shipment of TOYS
opened up today at THE. BOOK
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Beautiful 'display of Ladies' and
Men's Hats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky
Jin the Circuit Court of the Fifth 3n
dicial Circuit of the State of Florida,
in and for Marion County In chanc-
ery. ." '-".vvv ;.
Sx.nQk.ey & Tiller Company, a corpora corporation
tion corporation organized aaJ existing- under
the laws of the fetate of Florida, com complainant;
plainant; complainant; vs Jane Ling-, et aL, de defendants.
fendants. defendants. Suit to Quiet Title.
; To Jane Ling, R. W. Halllday, George
ivenneay ana is. x, uyon:
It annearinff from an affidavit flld
iln this court this day in a suit com com-(menced
(menced com-(menced by Stuckey & Tiller Company,
ja nunaa corporation, against you
;and others, that your respective places
i of residence are unknown to com com-I
I com-I plainant; that you and each of you
!are over the age of twenty-one years;
that there is no person In the state of
i Florida service of subpoena upon
jwhom would bind you or either -of you;
j now, therefore, you and each of you
,are commanded to appear before this
honorable court or
Monday January 3rd, A. D., 1916,
Ito answer to a, bill of complaint .ex .ex-jhibited
jhibited .ex-jhibited against you in said court by
itucKey & Tiller Company, a corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, and to do further and receive
what the said court shall have consid considered
ered considered In that behalf, otherwise the com-
jplainant will proceed ex parte. It Is
further ordered that a copy of this or or-!der
!der or-!der shall be published once a week
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in the said county and state.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the peal thereof, at
Ocala, Marion County, Florida, this the
5th day. of November, A. D.. 1915.
(Seal) P. IT. NUGENT.
IClerk Circuit Court. Marion County.
' Florida, by Ruth Ervin, D. C.
jL. W. Duval, 11-5-fri.
1 Complainant's Solicitor.
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In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, In and for Marion County
Stuckey & Tiller Company, a Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation Organized and Existing Un Under
der Under the Laws of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, Complainant, vs. J. T. Mich Mich-:
: Mich-: ael, et al., Defendants Suit to
It appearing from the affidavit of
the president of the complainant cor corporation
poration corporation and the sworn bill of the
complainant In ithe above styled cause
that he believes that there are per persons
sons persons interested in the property involv involved
ed involved in such suit other than the known
defendants, whose names are un unknown
known unknown to him, and the said complain complainant
ant complainant therein praying for relief against
such unknown defendants, it is there therefore
fore therefore ordered that all parties claiming
an Interest In the following described
property, situated in Marion county
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are required to appear to the bill of
complaint filed against them on or be before
fore before the
7th dar of Febroary, A I. 1916
tne same being a rule day; that this
order shall be published once each
week for twelve consecutive weeks In
the Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published in the f county of Marion,
Atate of Florida.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of the said court, and P. II.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
Ocala, Marion county, Florida, this the
3rd day of November, AJ D. 1915.
(Clerk's Seal) P. II. NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court Marion County,
L, W. DUVAU
Solicitor for Complainant 4--12tfrI
In the Ci'rcult Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida,
in and for Marion County In chanc chanc-ery.
Stuckey & Tiller Company, a corpora corporation
tion corporation organized and existing under the
laws of the State of Florida, com complainant;
plainant; complainant; vs Jane Ling, et al., defend defendants.
ants. defendants. Suit to quiet title. ..
It appearing from the affidavit of the
president of the complainant corpora corporation
tion corporation and the sworn bill of the com complainant
plainant complainant in the above styled cause that
he believes that there are persons in interested
terested interested in the property involved in
such suit other than the known defend defendants,
ants, defendants, whose names are unknown to
him, and the said complainant there therein
in therein praying for relief against such un unknown
known unknown defendants, it Is therefore or ordered
dered ordered that all parties claiming an In Interest
terest Interest in the following described prop property,
erty, property, situated in Marion County. Flori-
i da, to wit:
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Neli of swi & nw4 or se4 9 13 22
Seii of sei.4 28 13 22
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i are required to appear to the Dill or
complaint filed against them on or be be-!
! be-! fore the
j 7th Day of February, A. D. 1916
the same being a rule day; that this
order shall be published once a week
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for twelve consecutive weeks In the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published la the County of Marlon, State
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of the said court, and P.
H. Nugent, clerk and the seal thereof
at Ocala, Marion County, Florida, this
the 5th day of November, A. D., 1915.
(Seal) P. II. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County,
Florida, by Ruth Ervin, D. C.
L. W. Duval. 11-5-fri
fn the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-'
dicial Circuit of the State of Flor-
.- Ida, in and for Marlon County
Stuckey and Tiller Company, a Cor Corporation
poration Corporation Organized and Existing
Under the Laws of the State of
Florida, Complainant, vs. 4. T.
Michael, et al., Defendants Suit
to Quiet Title.
To J. T. Michael, Joseph Davidson,
Sara-h E. Freeman, Eliza London. D. B.
Borland, Moses Jordan Banks, Eman-'
uel English, John ? Randal, Annie E.
Halllday, Alexander McConn, Charles
'farris, J. M.. Mayo, Nancy Aldredge,
Gable Tyson, Amos G. Cooper, Bur Bur-rell
rell Bur-rell Godwin, W. E. Edmond, Willie Ed Ed-nond,
nond, Ed-nond, Minnie Edmond, Mary Edmond,
Andrew Edmond, William P. McKin McKin-ney.
ney. McKin-ney. C. A. Rahme, Adeline I Over Over-street,
street, Over-street, W. P. Strunk, D. D. Knapp,
Vnderson S'mith, Harrison D. Carr:
It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court this day in a suit com commenced
menced commenced by Stuckey" & Tiller Company.
1 Florida corporation, against you and
others, that your respective places of
residence are unknown to complain complainant;
ant; complainant; that you and each of you are over
he age of twenty-one years; that
here is no person, in the state of Flor Florida
ida Florida service of subpoena upon whom
would bind you -or either- of you;
Now therefore, you, and each of you,
are commanded to appear before' this
honorable court on
Monday, January 3rd, 1916
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you In the said court
y Stuckey &' Tiller Company, a cor corporation,
poration, corporation, and to do further and receive
what the said court shall have consid considered
ered considered In that behalf, otherwise the com complainant
plainant complainant will proceed ex parte. It Is
further ordered that a copy of this
order shall be pubilghed once a weeK
for eight consecutive weeks In xhe
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in the said county and tate.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bul-!oik,
!oik, Bul-!oik, judge of said court and P. II.
Nugent.' clerk, and the seal thereof, at
Ocala, Marion county, Florida, this
:he 3rd day of November, A. D. 1915.
(Clerk's Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon County,
L W. DUVAI
Complainant's Solicitor. 4-5-9t-fri
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Wrk. Roof 3 repai ed or Re-
All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 457
Residence 806 S. OrangeStreet
9 fr!??-1111 w whpww
OCALA STAB FRIDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1915
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OCALA OCCURENCES f
Mr. J. L. Goddard left yesterday
for a visit to Lata, S. C. x
Chas. Chaplin at THE BOOK
Mr. 15. H. Kennerly, a progressive
citizen of Palatka, was in town yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. v
"ELECTRIC TEDDYS at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
Mr. Fred Stringfellow of Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, is in thccity for a short visit.
See our line of fine candies, sta stationery,
tionery, stationery, perfumes and baskets before
buying your Christmas presents,
z Gerig's. tf
The new motor truck for the fire
department will be shipped by the
American La France Company from
Elmira, N. Y., Jan 4, and should be
here three or four days later.
Fresh seeds of all kinds at the
Ocala Seed Store. tf
CHARACTER DOLLS at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
Holeproof Silk Sox at Fishel's. 3tw
Any two people from the office of
the city clerk may dring bottled Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola at our expense by presenting
this notice to the Merchant's Cafe.
The Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works.
On Saturday and Monday. 16
pounds of sugar, for $1, with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries, foi
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. ti
Big Assortment of Dishes and
Platters at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky
Cold weathc is here. Get a bigger
lead of better wood for a dollar at
Converse's mill. Phone 234. 3-tf
Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies by exprest
twice a week at Gerig's. tf
SEE TEE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Don't shiver in the cold. Buy a
stove from the Marion Hardware Co.
and keep warm. 11-16
The friends of Mr. George Ray Raymond,
mond, Raymond, the piano tuner who was in injured
jured injured on an A. C. L. train. Dec. 21,
will be glad to hear that he is recov
ering and will be able to be about
'again in a short while. Mr. Raymond
had a very narrow escape from severe
internal injuries and his friends hope
he will be none the worse off for his
See tfTe line of manicure sets for
Christmas at The Court Pharmacy. 6t
We have a 'full line of Kodaks and
Brownies suitable for Christmas gifts.
Gerig's. ... tf -;
-Toys, toys, toys at Fishel's. 3t wky
ELECTRIC TRAINS $3.75 at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
For plumbing ana electrical work
see H. W. Tucker. Phone 300. tf
1-Ter rate.. -9 .80
S-Year rate... 2.00
ft-l'ear rate... 3.20
JAXON METAL SHINGLES WILI
STAJO ALL TESTS.
Ther Are Practically Everiastlne.
Made of rant-proof Toncan Mrtal or
OalTantcrd Open Hearth Steel, ther ire
FIREPROOF, LIGHTNING PROOF,
the only cost Is the cottt of Installing
and that can be done with hammer
and nails, the only things needed. Ther
can't come off because they interlock
and m boy can easily pat them on.
8end Today for, Illustrated Booklet.
The FLoribiMetal fteorjuns Co. i
Vy rVERGRaH YE. JACKSONVI--X.FLA.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.
1 .xW INSURACa j
Shlnile foment 4
8.873 .3 5
4.60 1.40 i
The following reports of tempera temperature
ture temperature and rainfall are made to the Star
by the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
Max. Min. Rain
December 1 62 36
December 2 ... ..64 36 ..
December 3 . .61 36
December 4 64 32 ..
December 5 .........69 40
December 6 68 40
December 7 .........65 44
December 8 ..... 61 43 .05
December 9 ........66 43 ..
December 10 ........65 36 ..
December 11 ........71 39 ..
December 12 ........ 61 52 .26
December 13 60 44
December 14 .58 35
December 15 ........63 34 ..
December 16 ....... .73 34
Cloudy with probably local rain to tonight
night tonight and Saturday; much colder in
northwest portion tonight, colder Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. HEALTH OFFICER'S REPORT
Milk examination, dairy, market
and bakery inspection for the month
Bakeries 'and markets: Fausett,
Marsh, excellent; .Teuton, Mordis,
Magnolia, Heintz, Carn-Thomas, Car Carter,
ter, Carter, Schlemmer, Dawkins, Lowe, Sar Sarasota,
asota, Sarasota, good; Golman, Kasminski, Rob Robinson,
inson, Robinson, fair.
Dairies and milk:
Ocala Heights 92 4.8 64,000
Campbell .. ....... 4.8 96,000
Marion Farms ... .75 3.9 98,000
Hall's Farm ..... .82- 4.1 81,000
Hewitt .. .. ......82 5.8 94,000
Roller .. .... ...55
Close .. 80
Pyles.. .. .. ..68
() Sells only butter and butter buttermilk..;
milk..; buttermilk..; '
H. F. Watt, City Health Officer.
The subject at the Temple last
night, John Barrymore in "The In Incorrigible
corrigible Incorrigible Dukane" was one of those
in which many funny situations were
harmoniously blended with the near
tragic and some pathos. It was. a live
picture, without a single dull turn to
the reel. Tonight the Temple will
have "The Diamond from the Sky,"
beside "The Law of Love," a Bio Bio-graph
graph Bio-graph drama, and "An Unexpected
Romance," in which figures that pop popular
ular popular favorite, Mr. G. M. Anderson.
A. C. L. train No. 39 came in this
afternoon without any coach for the
colored people, the brakes having be become
come become out of order between" Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Rochelle, and the car was
dropped off at the latter point. The
colored people occupied the baggage
car in to Ocala, and another coach
was put on the train here.
Watch for the arrival of our famous
NORRIS' Christmas candies a box
for everyone in the family. The Court
Shady, Dec. 16. H. W. Douglass
returned Monday from a business trip
to Weirsdale. .
Mr. and Mrs. John Knoblock of
Martin visited relatives in Shady last
Mrs. Geiger and little son Gerald,
of Sanford, are visiting her father,
Miss Juanita Lytle of Weirsdale,
visited Miss Catharine Pyles Sunday
and was a pleasant visitor at Sunday
The Misses Blair of Ocala were
visiting Miss, Bonnie Purvis Sunday.
. Mr. and Mrs. Will Little of Maico
are visiting their daughter, Mrs. F.
C. Barnes through the holidays.
Miss Lily Gaskins returned from
York Tuesday, where she visited her I
sister, Mrs. Bennett Johnson.
Miss Daisy Albertson, our accom
plished school teacher, visited her
father at Weirsvale Tuesday night.
Misses Ida and Bertha Perkins had
a social party at their home Friday
evening. Quite a few rere there and
with music and games the time was
spent most pleasantly. Mrs. Perkins
served refreshments and. at a late
hour the crowd dispersed.
Mr. Jim Adams and Ashley Purvis
visited at Martel Sunday afternoon.
J. M. Douglas of Weirsdale made a
business trip here Tuesday.
A few selections of Schraft's fine
candies put up specially for Christ
mas, just in at The Court Pharmacy.
DRESSED DOLL SALE
GERIG'S DRUG STORE
Saturday, Dec. 18, 10 A. M. to 5 P. 31.
DOLLS IN ALL STYLES
Candy and Fancy Work Also on Sale
Embroidery Circle of the Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian Church 4t
HOSPITAL TAG DAY THE 18TH
The ladies auxiliary board of the
Marion County Hospital has decided
to have "tag day" on Saturday, De De-cember;18th.
cember;18th. De-cember;18th. Everybody in the county
is vitally interested in this cause and
it is hoped ejery good citizen will
wear one or-more tags, showing his
A CHURCH SOCIAL
There will be a church social at the
home of W. J. Young on the Sharps
Ferry road, one half mile east of
where the Silver Springs road brach brach-es
es brach-es off, Friday night December 17.
Chicken perlo, pickles,' sandwiches
and coffee will be served from 7:30
to 9 o'clock. The proceeds will be
given for the benefit of the neighbor neighborhood
hood neighborhood church.
W. L. COLBERT, TAX COLLECTOR
In Account with Marion County for
Nov. 1; 1915.
County Proper Fund
Uncollected 1915 levy. . .-.$17,842.62
By treasurer's receipt
Balance uncollected . 17,842.62
Fine and Forfeiture FunL
Uncollected 1915 levy 14,274.10
By treasurer's receipt. ....
Balance uncollected 14,274.10
Uncollected 1915 levy 2,798.00
By treasurer's receipt
Balance uncollected 2,798.00
County School Fund
Uncollected 1915 levy .... 49,959.35
By treasurer's receipt. ....
Balance uncollected 49,959.35
County Road Fund
Uncollected 1915 levy .... 41,038.00
By treasurer's receipt
Balance uncollected . 41,038.00
Uncollected 1915 levy .... 28,548.20
By treasurer's receipt.....
Balance uncollected ...... 28548.20
Special Road Dist. No. 1
Uncollected 1915 levy . . 1,460.56
By treasurer's receipt. ....
Balance uncollected 1,460.56
Uncollected 1915 levy .... 1,784.26
By treasurer's receipt. ....
Balance uncollected ...... 1,784.26
Uncollected 1915 levy...,. 31,333.62
By treasurer's receipt. ....
Balance uncollected ..... 31,333.62
Total balances ... .$189,038.71
State of Florida,
I, P. H. Nugent, clerk circuit court,
hereby certify that the above is a
true and correct statement of the
collector's account with Marion coun county
ty county and the sub-school districts, as
the same appears upon the books in
Witness my hand and official seal
this 16th day of December, 1915.
, (Seal) P. H. Nugent,
v. Clerk Circuit Court.
Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf-wky
See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
Big Assortment of Dishes and
Platters at FISHEL'S.' 3t-wky
ERECTORS 10c. to $7.50 at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
Santa writes from the North Pole
that he will be at Fishel's this X-mas.
Toys, toys, toys at Fishel's. 3t wky
the future of Ocala and
its rich back-country.
Even during these un uncertain
certain uncertain times men are
coming irom elsewhere
to profit by this city's
Sound advantages. ;
Cities and towns every everywhere
where everywhere are clamoring and
paying for "new indus industries!"
tries!" industries!" Ocala is getting new in industries
dustries industries with little or no
Have you given thought
to this fact?
Why not make an invest investment?
ment? investment? The time to buy real
estate is when it is cheap cheapest
est cheapest and has a future.
LOUIS R. CHAZAL
& SONS CO.
W. H BAKER,
This society has provided for during the year just closing over Eight Hundred Orphan Children of
Florida. These helpless, homelsss and friendless little ones have beeen cared for just as lovingly and
with every attention that they would have in their own homes, and most of them have been placed in
r permanent homes of their own with their foster parents.
To carry on this great work, wh'ch the Star consider one of the most noble works of the state, has
cost a great deal, of money and the society is short several thousa id dollars. The society is very anx anxious
ious anxious to close the year out of debt.
Won't you send some money to the treasurer whatever you can spare, from. 25 cents op? Wont
you do it now? Beter still, won't you write the society and tell it that you wil pay so much a year,
payahle quarterly, and send the first quarterly payment with your letter?
. One of the handsome little books, issued each yeari containing a full report of : the society's accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments will be mailed you if you write for it.
You who have" of this world's goods, send a small portion of it to those who have not.
g This space is not paid for by
M. V. Covington; TFeis. f
I 361 St. James Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla.
I have on my list several exceptional bargains in second-hand automobiles cars that are in perfect run running
ning running condition and guaranteed to be as represented that I can sell at astonishingly low prices and on EASY
TERMS. In some instances I will consider a trade on these cars for real estate or other property. 'In this list
i sa .small two-cylinder runabout, two four-cylinder roadsters, two five-passenger cars an4 one 1500-lb. truck,
fully equipped and as good as new, also one Ford touring car. Write or call and see me,
Distributor of M AXWELL Cars
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digestion. A' sii'u more effectual help
is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. If
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tion indigestion give them a trial. They only
cost a quarter. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
BE IT RESOLVED by the Board
of County Commissioners of Marion
1st: That said board deems it ex expedient
pedient expedient and to the best interests of
said county to issue the county bonds
of said county for the purpose of
funding the outstanding indebtedness
of said county;
2nd : That it is hereby determined
that the amount of bonds required for
such purpose is ONE HUNDRED
THIRTY-SIX THOUSAND DOL DOLLARS;
LARS; DOLLARS; that the rate of interest to be
paid thereon is five and one-half
(5)" per centum per annum; that
the principal of said bonds shall be
due and payable as follows: FOUR FOURTEEN
TEEN FOURTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS five
(5) years from the date of issuance
of said bondsand Fourteen Thousand
Dollars at the end of each year there thereafter
after thereafter until the sum of One Hundred
Twenty-Six Thousand Dollars of said
principal shall have been paid; and
Ten Thousand Dollars fifteen (15)
years from date of issuance of said
bonds; that the interest on each of
said bonds shall be duet and payable
semi-annually from date of issuance
until maturity thereof.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
I, P. H. NUGENT, clerk of the
Board of County Commissioners of
Marion county, Florida, certify that
the foregoing is a true and correct
copy of a resolution adopted by the
Board of County Commissioners of
said county, at the regular session in
WITNESS my hand and official
seal at Ocala. Florida, this December
16th, A. D. 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of Board of County Commis Commissioners,
sioners, Commissioners, Marion County, Florida.
Inthe Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida in and
for Marion County InChancery.
C. C. Givens, Complainant, vs. Ed-
mond D. Roberts, et al., Defend Defendants
ants Defendants Order for Constructive
It is ordered that the defendants
herein s named, to-wit: Edmond D.
Roberts, Mrs. Goldie M. Kellar and
her husband Edward C. Kellar, Ray Raymond
mond Raymond L. Roberts, Paul Roberts, Ran Randall
dall Randall Roberts, Mary Roberts, Mrs. Jes Jessie
sie Jessie McGrew, Edward McGrew, Ruth
McGrew and George Roberts, heirs
of RUTH ROBERTS, deceased, be
and they are hereby required to ap appear
pear appear to the bill of complaint filed in
this cause on or before
Monday, the 17th Day of January,
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for 4 consecutive weeks in the Ocala
Evening Star, a newspaper published
in said county and state.
This 17th day of December, 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion Coun County,
ty, County, Fla. By Ruth Ervin, D. C
D. NIEL FERGUSON,
Complainant's Solicitor. 17-fri-4t
R. V. COVINGTON,
"Florida's Greatest Charity
the society. It is a part of the Star's
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NOTICE OF ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN,
That on the
8th Day of February, 1916,
there will be held an election in the
county of Marion, state of Florida, at
which there will be submited to the
legal voters of said county the ques question
tion question whether said county shall issue
its bonds in the amount of ONE HUN HUNDRED
DRED HUNDRED THIRTY-SIX THOUSAND
DOLLARS, bearing interest, payable
semi-annually, at the rate of five and
one-half (5) per centum per an annum,
num, annum, the principal of said bonds ma maturing
turing maturing as follows: FOURTEEN
THOUSAND DOLLARS five (5)
years from the date of their issuance,
and FOURTEEN THOUSAND DOL DOLLARS
LARS DOLLARS at the end of each year there thereafter
after thereafter until the sum of ONE HUN HUNDRED
DRED HUNDRED TWENTY-SIX THOUSAND
DOLLARS of said principal shall
have been paid; and TEN THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS fifteen, (15) years
from date of issuance of said bonds;
said bonds to be issued for the pur purpose
pose purpose ; of funding- the outstanding in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness of said county. Such elec election
tion election will be held at the several places
in said county where the last general
election was held.
DONE BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION COMMISSIONERS
ERS COMMISSIONERS OF MARION COUNTY, FLOR FLORIDA,
IDA, FLORIDA, this December 11th, 1915.
(Official Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of Board County Commission Commissioners,
ers, Commissioners, Marion County, Florida, and
County Auditor, 12-17-f ri-dly&w-4t
A regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Marion Hardware
company will be held in their office,
Ocala, Fla., on January 11, 1916, for
the transaction of such business as
shall come before the meeting.
P. H. Nugent, President.
C F. Flippen, Sec'y. 12-17-f ri-4t
MARCUS FAGG ;
aid to this noble work.
OCALA, Ft A.
LATE TOY ARRIVALS
We have just received a large ship ship-men
men ship-men of toys for the holiday trade
that were delayed In shipment. The
goods arrived today ,the 15th, and
will be on display tomorrow in our
holiday store, next to the Book Shop.
The Book Shop.
Fishel still has some ENAMEI
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RI3TT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED At once, a crew of men
to do sawmill and tram road work.
Limestone Manufacturing Co., Lima
FOR RENT Store room now being
used by the pawn shop. Possession on
January 1st. Apply at Pawn Shop,
Ocala, Fla. : 9-6t
;WOOD-i-We can deliver on short
notice any kind of wood, pine or oak.
Converse MilL Phone 234. 3-tf
LOST One medium sized, black and
white pointer dog,1 named Mack. Black
spots on head, back and over tail.
Toes of left hind foot crushed. Runs
occasionally on three feet. Last seen
about ten days ago with Mr. Goldy
Barnes on Shady Grove road. Infor Information
mation Information leading to his return reward rewarded.
ed. rewarded. George MacKay, Ocala. 9-tf.
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf
FOR RENT One of the best located
stores and best stands in the city, lo located
cated located on the public square, is for
rent January 1st. Apply to B. Gold Gold-nan,
nan, Gold-nan, Ocala, Fla. dly-wky-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
the Colonial; also for light house house-!
! house-! keeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
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