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OCALA, FLORIDAf ilURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1915
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QJ? J0HN L EDWARDS, President. CLARENCE CAMP, Vice President. - HENRY D. STOKES, Cashier.- 9M- 9 J -V-V
KB Tlie Ocala National' 'Bainilk lO
TJX Wishes You All SMI
VH fi ADTTAT C7R CC( ff ufc... An Active Depositary tor United States
W CAPITAL $75,000.00 J." State of Florida. County of iJ
. JJL Surplus, earned $15,000.00 jsM Marion- City of 0ca,a
Began Business FeK 18, 1911 ; ifjjlf fEr.- jlffe1' i interest paid on rerun- Mph-
f It DepOSitS Mar. 7, 1911, $ 62,642.00 HtU! 1: it W Ife;-- fit cates of Deposit Hd on $ff
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J DeposilsNov. 10,1915, $365,728.00 S 1 LSSSs. OA I
1 (-P We Respectfully Invite Your Account Whether M?Jp
I Jlrlk Large or Small ;' lra
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Mf D"rS.. The Ocala National Bank If
W V-rji H. D. STOKES, Ocala, Florida. Vl J
-L ED. L. WARTMANN, Citra, Florida. OCALA . FLORIDA j&
) M THIS SEASON have been very carefully selected and if there is CL I
J. IIS anything we have overlooked tell us about it and we'll see that jf,
fV you are served just the same as though it were on the shelf. iC ;R
H Here are only a few suggestions for your convenience in help- Mr
( to select articles for Your CHRISTMAS DINNER: ; '.J
, EweFyttiininigj fioir Yoot Ctornsllninias Firiimtl CakCo :
' Raisins, Citron, Currents, Nuts of All Kinds (new crop), Mince Meat, Apples,
jtfj Oranges, Tangerines, Bananas. Jhy
r A Few Good Things for tlie Yulcfide Season. W
cTlO Fancy Cakes, Dill and Sweet Mixed Pickles, Breakfast Bacon, Smoked Country p
qo 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 Jly
First Product) Pumpkin for Pies. We also have a Full Line of FRESH MEATS in Sm
I jS our mdel family meat market jp I
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Wants $733,000 for the Okla-
congressman from the first district does not vaijt
. his state left out iii the colo
Washington, D. C., Dec. 23. ChairT
man Stephen M. Sparknian of -the
House rivers and .harbors committee,
is planning to report the general wa waterways
terways waterways bill, despite party leaders'
plans for economics. It is the talk
today also that the ( House public
buildings committee, of which; Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Frank Clark is chairman,
will report the omnibus buildings
- Among the Florida projects favor favorably
ably favorably reported by' the war department
are the Ocklawaha river, $733,000 ;
the Kissimmee river, $47,000 the
Caloosahatchee river, $25,000; Crystal
river, $10,000; Anclote river, $22,000;
Boca Ceiga bay,: $10,000; Sarasota
bay, $92,000;, Deep Creek, $9,000: y
IMMENSE AMOUNTS OF MER MERCHANDISE
CHANDISE MERCHANDISE PILED UP IN EV EV--
- EV-- ERY PORT OF SOUTH
; Panama, Dec. 23. The entire west
coast of South America is asking for
ships to move the vast, amounjt'J'of
freight that is piling up at the various
ports awaiting shipment to other
countries, according to information in
shipping circles here. The closing of
the Panama canal, together with new
conditions brought about by the Eu European
ropean European war are the principal causes
for, the present .congestion. All the
ships that touch at ports along the
South American west coast' from
Punta Arenas to Panama regularly
are getting all the freight they can
handle, and so much is being .trans .transshipped
shipped .transshipped over the Panama' railroad
across the isthmus that every car the
company has is constantly in use and
.here is need of more rolling stock.
' The Peruvian ports are said to be
stacked mountain high with sacks of
sugar, while in Ecuador it is reported
that there are 750,000 bales of cotton
waiting to be moved, and the harvest
of cocoa is so great that it will have
to be desthoyed if not handled soon.
IN SHARP CONTRAST
V TO A YEAR AGO
Merry Christmas in. Financial District
of ihe Metropolis
New York, Dec. 23. As k result of
the general prosperity and the brisk
business in war shares the financial
district at this Christmas presents a
sharp contrast to the gloom of a year
'"Wall street institutions and banks
uave already distributed 'gifts or
bonuses to their employes and many
-'ave adopted "profit sharing plans,"
averaging from ten to as high as fifty
per cent of the annual salaries of their
All forms of celebrations' indulged
in by the various exchanges will be
renewed this "year. The extent of Wall
street's prosperity is shown in the
sales this year, of 173,000,000 shares,
against 47;000,0Q0 last year. A
A box of Crane's linen correspond
ence paper would make a fine Christ
mas pr utenL The Court Pharmacy. 6t
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING
Vfffl HARD CASH
IRON PENNIES ARE BEING COIN-
ED IN GERMANY
- (Associated, Press) ..
Berlin, Dec. 23. The federal coun coun-zil
zil coun-zil decided on the coinage- of iron ten
pfennig pieces. I' ;
STRAND BY STRANp THE CORDS
TIGHTEN AROUND THE
;.' TEUTON SPIES
New York, Dec. t 23. Indictments
were returned in federal court here
today charging Paul Koenig," the
Hamburg- American Line and Richard
Emil Leyendecker; an antique dealer,
with conspiring to wreck the Welland
canal. Edmund Justice, a Hamburg Hamburg-A.merican
A.merican Hamburg-A.merican watchman, was also indict indicted
ed indicted with Koenig, charged with con conspiring
spiring conspiring to secure military information
for the German government.
MADE AN ADMISSION
Max Breitung through his attorney
admitted buying 350, pounds of chlo chlo-late
late chlo-late of potash for Robert Fay. -The
admission was made through the at at-orney
orney at-orney when Breitung asked for a Sep Septra
tra Septra te trial from Fayr Dr. Herbert
Kienzle, Walter Scholz and Paul
Dache, all of whom were indicted on
the charge of conspiring to blow up
munitions ships leaving the United
States. : - ';
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
TO CLOSE CHRISTMAS
In order to give our clerks a fine
Christmas we wilj be closed all day
Saturday. Be sure to get your orders
all in Friday afternoon.
2t O. K. Teapot Grocery.
WOOD SAYS IT IS TOO WEAK
Policy of the Administration in Re Regard
gard Regard to Preparedness
' (Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 23. Declaring the
administration's preparedness ; policy
was dangerous and weak and that he
wished to be free to oppose it, Henry
A. Wise Wood, a representative of
the American Society of Aeronautic
Engineers, has resigned as a member
of the Naval, Consulting ; Board, re recently
cently recently appointed by Secretary Dan Daniels.
iels. Daniels. After outlining the manner in
which the original plan of, the gen general
eral general board was weakened by the ad administration,
ministration, administration, Wood said the present
plan offered neither strength, to re-
sist fleets of the foremost powers or
to prevent the landing of -armies of
On Saturday and Monday- 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with on dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other prroceries. for
cash. Smith Orowv Co. Phone 434. tf
; Fresh Rape seed just received at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER
maw nnrno nmrnov
Attack on Varna a False Alarm
VIOLENT OFFENSIVE OF BOTH FRENCH AND GERMANS
London, Dec. 23. It is unofficially
reported that a martial law declara
don in Greece is imminent. Although
no confirmation is available, there is
evidence of growing uneasiness in
Athens over the possibility of Bul Bulgarian
garian Bulgarian troops crossing the border
Tbc only relieving feature of the sit situation
uation situation is the announcement that the
Bulgarian officer commanding the
forces which clashed with the Greeks
m Epirus has been punished and the
incident is considered closed.
ONLY MINOR ENGAGEMENT
The Russian bombardment of Var Varna,
na, Varna, Bulgaria, is apparently cleared by
statements from both sides that it
was a minor naval engagement in
which shore batteries took part. A
large Russian fleet, however, is said
to be in the vicinity of Varna.
VIOLENT ATTACKS IN VOSGES
Hartmansweiler-Kopf is' again the
subject of contention. The possession
of the summit o thi& mountain is dis--puted
as closely by the military forces
as those writing official statements. I
The Associated fress correspondent
vas called upon last, April to decide
4 the relative positions' of the opposing
sides. The Germans admit retirement
from' the summit, which they assert
was occupied since April. The French
claim materially -bettered positions
though the Germans have re-occupied
seme trenches. The French claim thy
have partially forestalled the contem contemplated
plated contemplated German offensive in the Vos-,
GERMANS CLAIM RECAPTURE
Berlin, Dec. 24. The war office an-
j a-j at i it 1
r.uunceu wuay uiiti me suinmn u:
Hartsmansweiler-Kopf, which ,was
j captured by the French earlier in the
week, has been regained by the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. BANKS WILL CLOSE CHRISTMAS
Saturday, Dec. 25th, (Christmas
Day) being a legal holiday in the
state of Florida, the undersigned
banks of this city, will be closed for
business on that day.
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss National
DEATH OF A LITTLE. BOY
Little Alfred Gross Blakeney,
nephew of Mrs. J. M. Gross, died at
2:15 this afternoon at the home of
Rev. Gross on Fort King avenue.
Funeral arrangements have not yet
ST. PHILIP'S CATHOLIC CHURCH
For the solemnity of Christmas the
services will be at 7 and 8 a. m.,- first
and second mass at 10 a. m. High
mass by our new choir composed of
the following members, Mrs. T. H.
Wallis presiding at the organ, Messrs.
Hindman, John Chazal, Welsh Dewey,
Nicholas Heintz, Misses Marion and
Dorothy Long, Onie Chazal, Ivo La Larue,
rue, Larue, Mrs. Hindman, Miss Irene Tof Tof-faletti
faletti Tof-faletti (vi6linist) assisted by Miss
After mass, benediction of the bles-
sed sacrament will be imparted and
j an "O Salutaris" and "Adeste Fideles"
will be rendered by the choir and the
Sunday services will be as usual.
High mass at 10 a. m. and vespers at
All sincere Christians are invited
Beautiful display of Ladies' and
Men's Hats at FISHELS. 3t-wky
DREADFUL LOSSES SUSTAINED
BY THE BRITISH AT THE
(Associated Press) ;
London, Dec. 23. British losses of
officers and men at the Dardanelles
to Dec. 11th was 112,929, of which
1609 officers and 23,670 Vmeh .were
killed. ', ''
The total number admitted to the
hospitals from illness at the Darda-
neiies is yt,taa.
BOARD OF TRADE
President Appeals to Members to At At-tend
tend At-tend the Meeting this
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 20, 1915.
To Members of .the Board of Trade.'
,1 beg to make this last appeal to
you for the year 1915 to hold a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Board of Trade at the
usual place of meeting, on Thursday
evening, 7:30 o'clock, 23rd inst. t The
business of the old year should be
closed up and arrangements made for
the officers of the incoming year.
If you desire this, meet with1 us
Thursday evening next. If you do
not desire this, then stay away and I
will be governed by your action
'i Very respectfully,
R. F. Rogers,,
President Board of Trade.
BUSINESS IS BRISK ?
The streets are lively with people
today and the stores are doing a good
business. They will probably break
the record tomorrow.
The following is a list of appoint appointments
ments appointments in the Ocala district made at
the Methodist conference in Tampa.
Rev. F. R. Bridges remains presiding
elder and the other appointments are:
Bushnell, M. M. Lord.
Brooksville, A. M. Daiger.
Clearwater, R. H. Barnett.
Coleman, J. D. Major.
Crystal River, to be supplied.
Dade City, L. W. Moore.
Dunedin, A. M. Manne r.
Dunnellon, C. A. Saunders.
Gulf port, G."E. Summers'.;
Inverness, R. E. Moon. ''
Keystone, W. A. Holloway, supply.
Largo, W..R. Evans.
Ocala, J. M. Gross.
Plant City, R. F. Hodnett.
Safety Harbor, J. E. Lewis.
, Spring Lake, S. J. Youncr, supply.
Sutherland, J. Lawton Moon.
St. Petersburg, W. F. Dunkle.fe ;
Tarpon Springs. S. F. Stephens."
Trilby, J. W. Windham, supply.
Wildwood, J. W. Taylor.
Conference Sunday school field sec secretary,
retary, secretary, A. H. Cole.
President South'ern College, R. H.
Cold weathei is here. Get a ligger
lead of better wood for a dollar at
Converse's mill. Phone 234. 3-tf
Without Warning by a
- y r
London, Dec. 23. No warning was j
given the new Japanese liner xasaKa
Maru, sunk in the eastern Mediter-(
ranean Tuesday by a submarine, ac according
cording according to a message from the own owners'
ers' owners' agents at Port Said. The vessel
carried 120 passengers, including 51
men, 54 women and 15 children. The
Yasaka Maru's crew numbered 160.
The passengers were mostly British,
but there was one American aboard,
I. -W. Leigh. All hands were saved.
The passengers and crew were land
ed atf Port Said by a French gunboat
PROPERTY LOSS WAS PONDER-
; London, Dec. 23. The resumption
df submarine activity in the near east
is signalized by the sinking of' the
Japanese liner TTasaka Maru," Ap Apparently
parently Apparently there were no lives' lost but
marine insurance men say the prop property
erty property loss was the heaviest of any
amartime disaster during the war.
The nature of the valuable cargo was
mot disclosed. 1
SHOPPING AND SHIPPING
Try to buy all your Christmas pres presents
ents presents this -evening and early tomor tomorrow,
row, tomorrow, and mail or express those you
send away as soon as possible. Do
all you can to keep the clerks in the
stores, the mail and express office
from being worked so hard that they
cannot obtain any enjoyment out of
ENJOYMENT AT THE
TEMPLE THIS EVENING
The Temple this evening will give
one of the most mirth-provoding
features that it has shown for a long
time. Sam Bernard in "Poor Schmalz"
i:": a perfect scream, and those
nr'ss it will never get over being sor sorry.
ry. sorry. All attend and loosen up their
ribs, so their Christmas dinners won't
fit too tight.
OF FORT KING CAMP
1 eat. Neither plum pudding,. pumpkin
The meeting of Fort King camp W.(pie, or turkey figure on the t 'Dutch
O. W. Wednesday evening was not menu, however. The childrens'stock-
very well attended, but what was
lacking in numbers was made up by
enthusiasm of those who did attend.
Messrs. Joe Loos and Vernon Samp-
son round tneir way tnrougft tne
Lbrambles surrounding the camp and
upon arrival were: given the usual
glad hand of the choppers.
-s Fort King Camp is to have the dis-
tinction of entertaining two members
o'f the sovereism head camp when the
new officers for,1916.are installed on
January 14th. f .
Mr. B. W. Jewell. who occupies the
second highest office in the sovereign
camp at umana, isieo tnat or sover- wherein they gather up contributions
jeiim adviser, who is now in Jackson- for various charitable objects. This
jville, has accepted the invitation of year the collections were'1 almost x x-j
j x-j FoH King Camp to be with them and clusively for war objects,
(deliver an address to the Woodmen of.
this section on the night of installa installa-jt?on.
jt?on. installa-jt?on. Mr. C. D. Mills, sovereisrn sen sen-jtry
jtry sen-jtry of the sovereign camp of Jack-
jsonville, w?ll also be with Fort King!
I Camn on this occasion.
Alter the installation ceremonies
there will be an informal luncheon at
the forest. The other camns in Mar-
ion county will be guests of Fort King
on this occasion and the local mem members
bers members are anticipating a rousing big
f j I 1
0j i s I i La j l 2i i
TO JAPAN AND HAD 120 PASSENGERS
PEACE AT EL PASO
HAS COME WITH THE SUPPRES SUPPRESSION
SION SUPPRESSION OF DISORDER IN
r juarez '.
El Paso, Dec. 23. General Obre--'
gon, the Carranza commander, who-
came here last night, said he would ?
crossto Juarez today. Juarez passed) Y
its first, night under Carranza, control 4
peaceably. Gambling has ceahed. and, j;
disorderly resorts have been closed,-':
HOME OF ST. NICHOLAS
He Visits the Dutch Children Nine-
teen Days Before Santa Claus
Appears in America ;
The Hague, Dec. 13 ( Correspond- s
ence of the Associated Press). Santa
Claus visits Holland and Belgium each f
year about three weeks before he goes
to the United States, for the children f
of these two countries y honor their -,
patron saint and. receive his annual,
gifts on St. Nicholas Day, December ''
St. Nicholas lived in Holland and
was bishop of Amsterdam, where his
memory ishonored by a fine statue,.
His traditional liberality to his. par?..'
ishoners led to the custom of hanging
up the children's stockings on his'
feast day so that he might drop a gift
therein. In Holland, Santa Claus is
not only the patron saint of children,
but also the patron of schools, pros-:vvC
pective brides, sailors, and parish
' aioyt nic piitruii Bdliit Ul
St) Nicholas' Day is celebrated
throughout Holland with much the
same festivities as those of Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving or Christmas in America.
There are no Christmai trees, but
there is a great dinner with an'ex-
traordinary variety of good things to
, mgs are hung up on the night of De-
cember 5, and are discovered proper properly
ly properly filled with suitable presents at
dawn of the 6th. Instead of o ranees
and apples, the Dutch child finds a
great variety of those famous brown
St. Nicholas cakes rounding out the
spaces in the long stocking.
In a number of towns the old dis
torn of a sort of municipal celebration
endures despite the pressure of war
. and hard times. Santa Claus himself
j rides through the streets at the head
of a motley collection of maskers,
many of whom carry money boxes
K. TEAPOT GROCERY
': TO CLOSE CHRISTMAS
to give our clerks a fine
we will be closed 1 all day
Saturday. Be sure to get your orders
ail In Friday afternoon.
O. K. Teapot Grocery.
Big Assortment of
Platters at FISHEL'S.
OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1915
er. Smythe tfad broken an electric lisnt
v.all liraeket and ax a result his metal
Ltriuor had short circuited a live wire,
lie was rescued with a smoking plume.
'Tflly any the worse for the electrical
(Highest Award, Panama-Pacific Exposition, San Francisco)
(Continued from Yesterday)
Hi i !Kl Willi" a poeti.
h.:ve practiced, the
a-Iventuror. S-'ir Arthur
;iLic :ii:eJ Uu Fallen
a lid 111: re ;
diction h. i...
story nr the
Stanley. s. ::c
Star, fomuxr f tl:e Stanley family in
Virginia ami liiwler f the diamond
from the skj.
While the revelers hung spellbound
at the story. ?u tell of hfw :JKi years
ago the reek'es Sir Arthur, younger
son of the tir.-1 Earl of Stanley in I'ug I'ug-land,
land, I'ug-land, had bee:: banislnd to America to
the English settlement hi Virginia and
had gone far. up the IJajpalruuHek riv river
er river trails to steal away an Indian priii
'r.V'v'.: .v.-;-"';''! :X ::;:' r '"'.'v 1 ... :.-!iiMn!k
t'J.U' & 'fit'
W i f
,KH Took From His Ntck tht
' He told of Sir Arthur's capiurt
'fey the savage red men. his torture b
i stake and fire, and then the fall of th
f- meteor In the night that had saved his
life and deified him. for the Indian
rfead taken it as a nUfn of the ;rea t
. :'Splrit8 displeasure.
-i.Tlien he told of the finding of the
i great diamond In the cooIedmeteor and
rf Ills ancestor hearing It away and
Consigning It to his heirs to he worn
when a descendant of his would be
' "called to the English earldom "It is
recalled the diamond from the sky. the
' cliarm against harm.'" concluded the
" peaker dramatically. "For none save
ft true descenda nt of the adventurer
who found it or the woman he loves
-can possess It lest it bring disaster and
Thus Arthur couciucled and a groom
. Tted the horse away. The crowd cheer-
-d, the band struck u a lilting meas measure
ure measure and the dance went on.
,. Removing his; plumed hat and wig.
Arthur led Vivian upstairs to the re
ception room that they might be alone.
: As they ascended the stairs a great up
, roar of laughter rose In the ballroom.
Marmaduke Smythe had lieeu stand
bag on a chair to better see and hear
the story of the diamond from the sky.
In moving to get down to convey Es Esther's
ther's Esther's me-wiry to thexlismounted speak-
' PDONE 503
For (Good H ood
I I3IG Locd tir SI.
YOUR ORDT2R WILL' HAVE
IMMEDIATE A 1TENTION
J. L. SMOAR
At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
Arthur Begged Her to Take It and to
mishap, when Vivian and Arthur en entered
tered entered the room where Esther waited.
They did not see the slight figure be behind
hind behind the palm.
Vivian threw her arms around Ar Arthur
thur Arthur and kissed him.
' But Arthur drew back with a star startled
tled startled cry. for there, looking full at them
with scornful -gae. was Esther!
Vivian realized the subterfuge that
Esther was an apparition would no
longer avail. She shrieked. "Choose
.between us r
Arthur thrust her from him and
through the door, the one entrance to
the room, and turned the bronze bolt.
while Vivian screamed and beat out
side In rage and baffled desire for the
But ere Arthur had thrust her from
the roomy Vivian's clawing grasp Tiad
ripped his velvet sleeve and shirty and. J
bis arm was bare to the elbow as be
extended the diamond from the sky to j
Esther and wildly cried, be knew not J
why. for her to take it and to forgive!
But Esther's eyes were wide and I
wild. Her gaze was upon his naked
arm. scarred and marked from the
needle thrusts of his drug addiction.
She had read of such things in the
newspapers. Now she knew
"That is the reason!" she gasped hi
horror and disgust And with indig indignant
nant indignant fervor she snatched the diamond
from his grasp and threw it from her
as an evil thing. v
Stricken with shame and remorse,
Arthur bowed his bead on the table
and sobbed. He had not seen or cared
where the diamond had been flung,
nor had Esther. It had hurtled through
the open window and had fallen, only
to be caught In the trembling branch
of a rosebush far beneath.
Vivian's screams had not disturbed
the noisy revelers in the ballroom.
showering confetti and singing as they
danced and drank, but Durand and
Blair, mindful of the diamond, had
followed. They found Vivian hyster hysterically
ically hysterically scrabbling at the door of the lit-
Me room, an 1 Blair burst it in.
Marmaduke Smythe was close; le le-iind
iind le-iind the intruders. ; :
Where is the diauiouJ? Where is
t j:'-. sbriekfd Vivian, shaking Arthur
y the shoulder.
Marmaduke Smythe gave hisarm to
iu silence and left the scnemers auw
Below the gayety in the ballroom
was at its height. Outside the dawn
crimsoned in the east and a hand
reached to the rosebush beneath the
window and bore away the diamond
from the sky!
' TO BE CONTINUED.
If you don't do anything else to tomorrow,
morrow, tomorrow, have your wife bring you
down to see these new Hoosier Kitch Kitchen
en Kitchen Cabinets before they are all gone.
Hoosier Beauty is the National Step Saver the
finest and most complete kitchen cabinet ever built
now improved in a dozen ways.
The women who purchased Hoosier Beauties
this week have in their homes a labor-saving
machine of which they will be as proud in twenty
years as they are today at a price so low that ;
any woman, no matter what her income, can af afford
ford afford it.
Arc YOU like This Man?
Night after night he had gone home and found
his wife tired, cross worn out yet, after sup supper
per supper while he read the paper, she was in the kit kitchen
chen kitchen toiling over the dishes.. He decided he was
not fair. A dollar was pretty small to stack
against his wife's health and the happiness of his
"Here's My Dollar"
he said. "Send out one of them Hoosier Cabi Cabinets
nets Cabinets everybody's buying this week." We did, and
now he and his wife both are happy.
Now men! How about your wife? Is she get getting
ting getting a fair deal from you? And women, are you
fair to your family when you make a drudge out
of yourself instead of a good wife, mother and
No woman has a right to drudge along with
old-fashioned, out-of-date equipment when the
remarkcole. convenience of a Hoosier Cabinet is
now brought to her at a price within the reach
of any income.
We have a wonderful sale this week. These
new Hoosiers have been the talk of the town. The
sale may close tomorrow. It ends when this small
' lot is gone. While they last, a single dollar puts
any Hoosier in your home, and the rest is only a
dollar a week for a few weeks. If the Hoosier Hoosier-Beauty
Beauty Hoosier-Beauty isn't exactly what you want, you can have
This is "HOOSIER BEAUTY"
The National Step Saver
M $9 Less Than Hoosier Beauty
The New Hoosier Wonder
This cabinet has pure aluminum table; big roomy white enamel
cupboards uncluttered with cubby holes or partitions. It is by long
odds the lowest priced high-grade kitchen cabinet ever sold.
Or perhaps you would like
The New Hoosier Special
. We only have one or two of these left. This cabinet is midway
between the Hoosier Wonder and the Hoosier Beauty in conveni convenience,
ence, convenience, and is equal to the Hoosier Beauty in size.
Every ohe of these cabinets will be sold, while they last, this weekat introductory prices, far below the standard prices of kitchen cab cabinets
inets cabinets in their class.
, This may be our last announcement. Come early tomorrow and pick your choice before it is too late.
Don't fail to compare this with the popular
New "Roli Door Hoosier"
For this is the only kitchen cabinet with' roll 'Ht are remov removable
able removable and sanitary. Note particularly the absence of :ubby holes and
partitions that catch dirt or dust.
And finally, there is
The New "Hoosier De Luxe"
The famous Hoosier Beauty white, enameled inside and 'out a
Wtchen cabinet of remarkable beauty.
The Furniture Meit
which hH'fnend Had written to uis Ta
ther. in which there was the inevitable
request fur money, "you've spelled jug
g-u-gr .. .."
"1 know." said Charlie, "but: you
see." I need the cash and don't want
the old man to- think I'm" putting oa
airs. That's how he spells it"-Pitts-burgh
MAKE IT AN ELECTRICAL X-MAS
K Ocala's electricity rate is the lowest
of any town m Florida, so why not
make X-mas presents of electrically
operated Utensils for the house? Sew Sewing
ing Sewing machine1 mbtoJ:. $15 installed. H.
W. Tucket. 18-6tl
You Should Use Chamberlain's
Because it has an established repu reputation
tation reputation won by its good works.
Because it is most esteemed by
those who have used it for many
WHEN IN NEED OF
ALL WORK GUARAMTEEO
. THE PLUMBER
In All Kinds of Brick, Cement
and Artificial Stone Work
Strong on Grammar.
A lad just returned from boarding
school upon being asked by "dad" how years, as occasion required, and are
he stood In grammar at the end of the best acquainted with its good quali-
term came back with something like. ties. ,.
this, remarks an exchange: Because it loosens and relieves a
"Say. dad. take it from me. grammar
was my long suit. On the start I was f Because it does not contain opium or
up against it hard. Couldu t get itany other narcotic.
through my noodle. Fell down every Because it is within the reach of all.
time I went to class. Finally I says to It only costs a quarter. Obtainable
myself: 'Look here, old kid. it's up to everywhere. Adv.
you. You've got to cut out the funny
business and take a brace or you'll see
your finish, the surest thing you know.'
Well.. I studied, believe me. And. say.
when it comes to the final exams, did
I lose out?- Not on your life. 1 was
right, there, with bells on. There was
certainly some class to the way I an answered
swered answered those quizzes. A cold mark of
95 when it was all over. Not so worse,
eh? Can you beat it? How I did it 1
don't know. You can search me. But
Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies by express ;
twice a week at Ge rig's. tf j
HERE you will find many attractive articles for Holiday Gifts. Many unusual
B and distinctive designs have been secured for this season's business.
Watches Necklaces Bracelets; Diamonds
; Brooches Cufi Buttons Lavellires Rings
I Lockets Emblem Pins Scarf Pins Watch Fobs Cut Glass
Sterling Silver Solid Gold Valdemar and Coat CI airs Fine China Ware
I COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU OUR LINE
j J A T T Th TVT A ATtS the jeweler j
I Next to Express Office -:- North Main St. :
P. O. B. 358
1 PHONE 133
anyhow. it's going some. eh. dad?
.None of 'em's got anything on me
when it comes to grammar, that's a
The old gentleman managed to gasp,
"Get the hook."
An ivory manicure set in a pretty!
leather case would please HER for
a Christmas present. Our line is a
large and complete one. Look 'em
over. The Court Pharmacy. 20-5t
Santa writes from the North Pole
that he will be at FisheFs this X-mas.
Fresh seeds of all
Ocala Seed Store.
kinds at the
Make this an Electrical Christmas
Diplomacy. IKx m-ooantiiK, Vi or xxri t Vl nno nf nnr
"Look here. Charlie." said one "r
undergrad to another, who had been iCV AVA,
asked .to run his eye over a letter 4Tucker, North Main street. 18-t
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-paaenger cars and one loOO.-lb. truck,
fully equipped and as good as new, also one Ford touring car. Write or call and see me,
IR. IR. .'. CARROLL
Distributor oi MAXWELL Cars
OCALA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23. 19 IS
1I8TLET0E HISTORYiWHAT YOU DAN GIVE
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Gathering of Plant Sacrad Rite
in Druitfioa! Rsligious
Helpful Christmas Present Sug Suggestions
gestions Suggestions fcr Those Who
Also Considered a Pctent Remedy for
Ills, a Belief Which Still Exists in
Some of the Remote Places
Unabricfred Dictionary Will Be Appre-
elated bv Children of Kinderaarten
Age Other Suitable Gifts for
Young and Old.
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W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocaia, Fla.
laved GirFs life
"I want to tell you what wonderful benefit Fhave re received
ceived received from the use of Thedfdrd's Black-Draught," writes
Mrs. Sylvania Woods, of Clifton Mills, Ky.
"It certainly has no equal for la grippe, bad colds,
liver and stomach troubles. I firmly believe Black-Draught
KnftA mr 15ttlf crfrl 'c lit.- Wl-ton' olio l-i i rt tUa Tnoio!.-e-
they went' in on her, but one good dose of Thedford's
5?' Black-Draught made" them break cut, and she has had no
y more trouble. I shall never be without
j nebs, niaiana, emus anu iever, oiuousness, anu an simitar
q ailments, Thedford's Black-Draught has proved itself a safe, q
Q reliable, gentle and valuable remedy. Q
O If you suffer from any of these complains, try Black- O
O Draught It is a medicine of known merit Seventy-fre O
v years of sp'endid success proves its value. Good for
young and o!ct For sale everywhere. Price -2- cents. 5
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If you have on nand a suflficieut quantity ot
Bill Heads, Statements and Envelopes
to carry you by the first of the month's billing
period If not,
S E'E HJ S
and let us prepare you for the work in ample
time to prevent friction at bill making season.
Our facilities for turning out on short notice
Oilice Stationery, Programs, ;
Booklets, Invitations Visiting
- Cards, Annonncements,iEtc.
are not excelled in this section of the state.
HANO HILLS, all sizes, A SPECIALTY
THE OCALA STAR
V LONG DISTANCE AND LOCAL PHONE 51
ut Your Ad.
Our Beef Js
Many of cur old customers
tell us that they find our beef
practically always the, same.
They liave traded with us for
a long while, and we are
pleased with their recommenda recommendation.
tion. recommendation. We accomplish this by know know-FAg
FAg know-FAg how to buy at wholesale.
We are good judges of meat
The beef we handle is tht
best we can buy.
indigestion, headache, dizzi- -J
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in the Star.
E decorate our homes with
sprays of mistletoe at Christ Christmas
mas Christmas time, but few of us
know the history of it as a j
Yuletide symbol. Pretty
girls are kissed under it and
a great deal of fun and nonsense is
carried on apropos of it, but no one
stops to think of how ancient a dec decoration
oration decoration it is or how sacred it was
once thought to be.
Almost everybody has a vague
knowledge that the Druids of old had
something to do with the gathering of
mistletoe, but just what that some something
thing something was is not clear to the average
The fact is that the ancient Celts In
their druidical religion had two great
festivals, one in June and the other in
December, the latter being equivalent
to our Christmas. In both of these
great festivals the gathering of the
mistletoe was a sacred rite.
Pliny in his "Natural History" de describes
scribes describes the ceremony. Speaking of the
Druids worship of the dak, he says:
"They believe that whatever grows on
these trees i3 sent from heaven and is
a sign that the tree has been chosen
by the god himself. The mistletoe is
very rarely to be met with, but when
it is found they gather it with solemn
ceremony. This they do especially on
I the sixth day of the mocn. because by
tne sixtn aay tne moon nas piemy ait
vigor and has not run half its course, j
"After the preparations have been
made for a sacrifice and a feast under j
the tree they hail it as the universal
healer and bring to the spot two white
bulls whose horns have never -been
bound before. A priest clad in a white
robe climbs the tree and with a golden
sickle cuts the mistletoe, which, is
caught in a white cloth. Then they 4
sacrifice the victims, praying that God
may make his own gift to prosper
with those upon whom he has be- f
"They believe that a potion pre prepared
pared prepared from mistletoe will increase
their flocks and that the plant Is a j
remedy against all poison."
It was beeved to be a remedy for
many ills, and this belief is still to be
found in many remote places in Eu Europe.
rope. Europe. In Holstein, for example, the
mistletoe is regarded as a healing
remedy for wounds, and in Lacaune.
France, it is always administered by
the native people as an antidote for
In the northeast of Scotland people
used to cut withes of mistletoe at the
March full moon; these "they bent in
circles and kept for a year to cure hec hectic
tic hectic fevers and other troubles. In some
parts of Germany the mistletoe is es especially
pecially especially esteemed as a remedy for the
ailments of children, who sometimes
wear it-hung around the necx as an
amulet. ; .
In Sweden on Midsummer .'e mis mistletoe
tletoe mistletoe is diligently sought after, the
people believing It to be possessed of
many mystic qualities, and that if a
sprig of it is attached to the ceiling
of the dwelling house, the horse's stall
or the cow's crib, the trolls will then
be powerless to injure either man or
beast. Branches of the 'plant are com commonly
monly commonly seen in farm houses hanging
from the ceiling to protect the dwell dwellings
ings dwellings from all harm, but especially from
fire, and persons afflicted with the fall falling
ing falling sickness think they can ward off
all attacks of the malady by carrying
about with them a knife which has a
handle of mistletoe.
Like their Swedish neighbors, many
German peasants consider the mistle mistletoe
toe mistletoe a powerful charm against evil spir spirits.
its. spirits. A similar belief seems to have
lingered among the Romans, whose re religion
ligion religion at a very early date ws some somewhat
what somewhat similar to that of the Druids.
When Aeneas descended into Hades he
gathered ts protect himsesr from the
Infernal powers a branch of -mistletoe;
which Vergil calls the golden bough.
Fishel still has some ENAMEL ENAMEL-WARE
WARE ENAMEL-WARE and DISHES to dispose of at
Dr D. M. Boney
, have recently returned from
New Orleans where I have
been taking a post graduate
course in optometry under the most
noted specialists in the country. I
can now be found in my ofSce pre prepared
pared prepared to give those in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
researches. My reduction in prices
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest
to those ii need of glasses.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-5
OCALA - FLORIDA
NUMBER of correspondents
who have requested sugges suggestions
tions suggestions of books suitable for
Christmas gifts will find an-!
swers to their queries in ;
the following: I
Among the many attractive gift
books for very little boys might be
mentioned Professor Rausmissen's
"Analogy Between the Monogamous
Protoplasm and the" Silurian Mole-.
cule. We can think of no book that j
would be a greater source of delight j
to the child that is not yet out of
short dresses. It tells in easy word3
of eight and ten syllables of the
sports and pastimes of the protoplas protoplasmic
mic protoplasmic family and draws beautiful moral
lessons from the corpuscles of the
carboniferous era. It is handsomely
illustrated with representations of the
agile animalcule and will be sure to
delight the heart of he little boy or
girl who finds It In his or her stock stocking,
ing, stocking, as the case may be.
Another dainty idea for a child of
three or four years is the Unabridged
Dictionary. The simplicity of style
observed in this interesting narrative
recommends it at once for children
who have reached the kindergarten
age. The plot is not so complex and
the characters are sufficiently varied
to hold the unflagging interest of the
little ones. We have In mind a gen gentleman
tleman gentleman who gave his little son a dic dictionary
tionary dictionary last Christmas, and he as assures
sures assures us that the lad simply devoured
A pretty present for a child is the
clinical report of the county hospital.
This comes nicely printed on clean
white paper, with bizarre illustrations
shoving the rise and fall "of the tem
perature, amount of protoids eaten,
o$"c5al count of the germs, statistics
as to microbes and many other amus amusing
ing amusing and entertaining ideas. A rare
source of pleasure with this book is
to have the little fellows pronounce
,the long words first the way they are
spelled and then read them-backward
and see what difference, if any, there
Is In the sound. Some boys would
rather do this than go skating.
In the line of pure romance there
is nothing more entertaining from.
Prof T. L. Escopex's
How the Spec-
truni Caught On in Saturn
highly original historical tale tells
how the spectrum revealed the secret
of Saturn's. rings, showing that the
planet was warm and dry and that the
,were for ice water.
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yur larjte volumes, niiu c&
pages of logarithmic calculations that
are sure to delight young and old.
As a gift book for. a member of a
temperature family there is nothing
pleasanter than "The Complete Bar Barkeeper."
keeper." Barkeeper." This tells exactly what goes
mto the stuff that men put in their
mouths to steal away their breins,
and will be of valuable assist nee to
any person who wishes to apply sat satisfactory
isfactory satisfactory tests and determine whether
or not he has been equipped with
brains and would inspire .larceny.
"One Thousand Ways to Cure a
Cold," by Burton Bales, Is a beautiful beautifully
ly beautifully written book, giving all the reme remedies
dies remedies for cold that were suggested to
its author in one day. There are 83
variations of thg quinine and whisky
treatment, and the ober 911 reme reme-vis
vis reme-vis consist of the same-prescription
without the uitter quinine. Thi3 is
i good book to have in any house.
"The Servant Question and Its An Answer"
swer" Answer" will deceive many people, but
it might do for a gift to a young mar married
ried married couple. The answer is quaintly
WILBUR D. NESDIT.
"They are to be married on Christ Christ-r.as
r.as Christ-r.as day."
"Would you call that Yule-tied?
A middle aged man with four young
daughters wishes a steady, middle middle-aged
aged middle-aged white woman who can give best
of reference's to keep house for him.
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
rare 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
or particulars. ll-19-tf-d&w
LIVEN" UP YOUR TORPID LIVER
To keep your liver active use Dr.!
King's ew Life Fills. 1 hey insure
good digestion, relieve constipation
and tone up the whole system keep
you eye clear and your skin fresh and
healthy looking. Only 25c at your
DR. FULLER'S OFFICES MOVED
The Fuller dental offices have been
moved to 'the second floor of the
Union block, over Nash's store.
9-t R. D. Fuller, D. D. S.
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PROMOTED 7 HE KING.
Italian Zouaves Once Voted to Make
, Their Ruier a Corporal.
f During tl:e t:iti1 of l;l;iestro. in
1JC1. the Anstr;;ins in three eoJunuis
attackeil llu "vslinontese in nkr t t-throw
throw t-throw tlietn ltf-t across the Sesiu. Tht
rlut and renter -o!umiis were repul
ed. Iut tliv ?i..-oiitimieil to .-ulviiiu-c
and tlireaieiied danger. At that no
ment the Tlird xouaves. led hy CoNmel
Chabnui and heyin the orders of Vic Victor
tor Victor Emmanuel 11 attarked the Aus Austria
tria Austria ns with the bayonet, threw the en
uiy haek aeross the liriJar over I lie
Sesia ami drowned many of then: in
J the Sasetta eynnl.
J In this meujoralile hattle the 'mz
was eonstantly in ihe tieivosl of tht
' fiut- Tlie Z'Kves were em-han!eJ
a sergeant or tne rejanieut tniMsei
! th? the su,d seil1 a -ratulatory
j uddeT .lnmajr-VV
1 ra,e ?u" ,u ,lle,w!lk f vor:
I .. ...i ....... T!,.,
lVJIS UllillllliHMIM.X i!llllHfU. I nr
Scholar of the -oiniany thereuiou
down in his nnesr calligraphy:
"By the wish of the Third regiment
of zouaves Victor Emmanuel, by trade
kin;; of. Sardinia, is apjohjted unani unanimously
mously unanimously a conrJil, hi the sid reiri reiri-menf."
menf." reiri-menf." Then, while the wish was' hot. a
deputation of eoriMrals and men vem
to Ciistle Torione. where the kiuj: was
staying. The deutatin was announc announced.
ed. announced. The kins was pleased to receive it
at once. notwiths.rnudiim the. fact that
be was in his shirt sleeves, lie was
greatly moved by. the token of admira admiration,
tion, admiration, pressed the stripes to. his heart
and conveyed his thanks in such terms
that the zouaves, in a delirium f joy.
cheered him as if they would never
stop, and in taking their leave one and
all embraced their newly a pointed
corporal. I ea rson's.
Special Emblems For the President and
Until 18S1 the president of the Unit United
ed United States had no personal flas. his
presence on board an American naval
vessel beiujr indicated by hoisting the
national emblem at the head of the
mainmast, and the garrison fla;;. "re "reserved
served "reserved for times of secial ceremony,
was displayed on the staff at army
posts whenever he visited thorn.
The need of a special has for the
president was frequently felt. esjecial esjecial-ly
ly esjecial-ly when visiting royalty was entertain entertained
ed entertained in this country. In .August. ISS'Z.
it was directed by the secretary of the
navy that tbe flag of the president of
the United States shall consist of a
blue ground, with the arms of the
United States in the center. The Bag
shall be hoisted at the mainmast of
the vessel of war while the president
is on board and shall be carried in the
bow of his boat.
For years after this the national Bag
was used for indicating Abe presence
of the vice president or of an ex-president,
but this use was more or less
confusing, and. besides, it was argued,
the stars and stripes properly stand
for the nation, rather than any in individual.
dividual. individual. For this reason a sjecia! flag
for the vice president was adopted.
This tiaz is the same in !esicrn as the
president's naval blue tiaz. except that
the national coat of arms is emblazon
ed on a white Kek! on ir. Cabinet otli otli-cer
cer otli-cer and th? assistant se -retaries ot
some of the executive deparrments aiso
iiave distinctive na:. t;;eeland I'iaiu
A Thermos bottle would make a fine
Christmas present for the owner of
an auto. We have them from pint to
two-quart sizes; with fancy leather
cases. The Court Pharmacy. 20-5t
ty ar.d Candidate for Sheriff
h law aha P allet
H 'viiutiAn scnirpum
71 Leave nlatka, .oO a. m.
Ocr.Ia. 11:35 a. m.
N... 72 Lea Oca!:.. 103
rivo P;lrrt';a. f:25. m.
. Hear This i-- Mind
"I cor; -ider Chamberlain Cvupfr Cvupfr-Hemedy
Hemedy Cvupfr-Hemedy oy far the best meaicine in
the market for colds ?.nd croup," pays
Mrs. Albert Blosser, L:ma, Ohio. Many
ethers are of the ?ame opinion. Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywui-re. Adv.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
Miitmv.nrxv m.vsvtc r-oncs
Marion-Dunn Lodse No. 19. F. &
t Mieet- on rhe trt and third
; 'xrt '.pninsj o? ab month atl
-:00 o'clock, until further notice..
A. K. Burrett. VV ,M
'iti.-H PruAD. Secretary Ad
riiAl!- 13. R. A. y.
Heiular 'ojiivocailns of the Ocala
chapter Xo. I :i. it. A. 11.. on the
:irth Fridav :u eery month at
p. m. IL S. Wes-on, H P.
Jake Brown Sec'y. ;
OF niL WOiLl
'- Km C?tr:; N'o. 1 4 mtets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
-ecwuJ tn; fojrtb Fridav. Visiting
ivere'ens ere always welcome.
i. W. Lamar. G;
Chas. K. Sa-e f lerk. :jy
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S4
tieeu at Yonge'a ball the second and
.irth riiL.rs.Iav evenmzs of each
nonth at 7Si o'clock.
Mrs. L'mily W'ebL, W..M.
Mrs. Liinan aimm., Sec'y. : :
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. A warm.wel warm.wel-uoie
uoie warm.wel-uoie always extend id to visiting
irethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L- Colbert, Secretary.
tCOi:iU.i MHifin T. V. OF A.
Concordia L.rse. Kra:ernaT Union
I America, meets in Yoage. Hall
n the second Thursday evening of
acb month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
Chaa K. Sage, Secretary Ad-
KXlUHIt Hi PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. -9. Conventions
held every Monday at 7:31 p. m. at
asrle Hail, over tne James Carlisle
mgstore. A cordial -velcome ,to vis visiting
iting visiting brothers. C. B. Howell. C C.
Utao. K. age, K. of R. S. Ad
OCALA LOD-'iE NO. 2S6, B. P. 0s E.
Ocaia Lodge Nu. iS5, Benevolent
tud Protective Order o? Elks, meets
he second and fourth Tiiesday even even-ng3
ng3 even-ng3 in each month. Visiting breth-
ppos!te postcfiie. cast sine.
H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelsct. Geise Sectetary, At.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sister meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M- E. C-
Kate B. HowelL IL B.
OCA LA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
. BITT1NGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
U. R. Carroll, General Ml jager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
l , J. IL Benjamin, Editor
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Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofike as second class matter
One year, in advance ...
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CHRISTMAS IN OCALA
t AND MARION COUNTY
'Christmas. 1915. finds this Dart of
world in a condition to warrant
the people in felicitating themselves
that theyrare in a, fair to middling
: condition; and likely to remain so.
We are not abounding nor running
. oyer with prosperity, but we are
holding our -own and a little more,
tfearly all of: us have the necessaries
cf life and a fair proportion has some
cf the luxuries. Comparatively few
are in want, and these will not suffer
"" If they will let their needs be known.
" The best thing about Marion coun county
ty county Is its self-sustaining capacity. We
ere making our own living. We are
not depending on what is brought in
or may be sent in from outside. We
" fiive on what we raise, or what we
tuy with what we raise. No part of
the world is more independent, and
in probably no part is prosperity so
-'evenly- distributed. V
' Another thing we should congratu-
rate ourselves on is that the outlook
Li for improvement. If we are better
off this year than we were last, the
probability is that we shall be better
,-Cff next Christmas than we are this
-one. Our people have learned a hard
'' lesson, and they are profiting by it.
Between now and next Christmas
Ocala should build an up-to-date
f "light and water plant and build the
railway line to Silver Springs. This
is .for the city to do. In the mean mean-'
' mean-' time, private enterprise should get
buay and build a tourist hotel at Sil Sil-'
' Sil-' :ver Springs the best place in Flor Flor-;ida
;ida Flor-;ida for such an enterprise. ; ? v
In the same time, Marion county
Should prepare to couple up with the
rest of the world by a good roads sys-
.tent. . r: ;
With these improvements and ; a
"persistence by our farmers in their
living at home and boarding at the
same place policy, our city and coun coun-".'
".' coun-".' ty will be on Easy street when Christ Christ-.
. Christ-. mas, .1916, rolls around.
Jamestown was not the most acces accessible
sible accessible point in Virginia, but it was
Chosen as the site for the state's ex exposition.
position. exposition. It was selected because it
was most intimately related to the
events in history to be celebrated.
The same reason holds good for Pen-1
acola, and far outweighs the argu
went as to accessibility. Pensacola
.-News. ; ''.'. r
- There is.no similarity between the
two cases. Jamestown is a place of
national interest. It is one of th
most familiar names in American his history.
tory. history. ; Its foundation was an event of
moment not only to the people of the
United States but the people of the
entire North American continent.
JTameatoWn is more accessible not only
to the people of Virginia, but to the
people of half a dozen states than
Pensacola is to Florida. A bunch of
f Virginia cities containing a bigger
population than all West Florida, are
'right next door to it. Washington,
Richmond, Baltimore and hundreds of
-smaller cities are nearer to James-iwn-than
the bulk of Florida is to
' Pensacola. It is more accessible to
' Hew York than Pensacola is to the
East, Coast or far South Florida. The
73T!qrida centennial will be principally
? a, local-; affair. To where there are a
'thousand school, children in the.Unit the.Unit-"ed
"ed the.Unit-"ed States who can give the date when
Jamestown was founded, there is not
i one who. can tell off hand when Flor-
ida iwasvannexed. More of Florida's
children are familiar with the history
Jamestown than with the history
fkf ... Pensacola. The Florida centen centennial
nial centennial will be almost altogether a Flor Florida
ida Florida affair. If it is held in Pensacola,
-it will be held in a small town 300
miles from the center of population
cf : Florida, nd almost the same dis distance
tance distance from any large block of pop pop-'nlation
'nlation pop-'nlation -anywhere. It will practically
' f& held in Alabama and will have
-very little interest for the people of
.its own state.
Prohibitionists have particular rea reason'
son' reason' to be pleased -with the result of
Tuesday's election in Dade county. It
.'is a very difficult matter for the tern-
perance people to capture a county
i like Dade, and when captured it is
. still more difficult to hold. After try trying,
ing, trying, prohibition a couple of years,
such communities generally backslide,
One year, in advance. ...... .$8.00
Six months, in advance .. 4.25
; Three months, in advance....
One month, in advance. ...... ,80
the people who think they are losing
money by dryness combining with the
wets. That Dade county has remain-
ea "T a good, strong majority is
!a tribute to the character of the peo
ple oi the county and a great en-
couragement to the prohibitionists of
the state. Miami gave 160 dry ma majority
jority majority and the county over 500. The
next legislature will almost certain certainly
ly certainly submit a prohibition amendment
to the people of the state,, and when
it does we will toll the waterwagon
over Jacksonville, Tampa, Pensacola
and the other strongholds of booze.
STAR WILL PRINT SATURDAY
The Star will issue a paper Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, but, in order to give its doubly doubly-worked
worked doubly-worked employes as much Christmas
as possible, will go to press immedi immediately
ately immediately after the second batch of dis dispatches
patches dispatches comes in that is, between
11 a. m. and noon. At this early
hour, it will have telegraph news as
late as that printed in the Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and Tampa evening papers which
arrive in the city about 5 p. m., and
what news comes in after the paper
goes to press will be bulletined..
Has the editor of the Star taken,
a poll yet of the people of Marion
county to determine their sentiment
'n regard to holding the centennial
celebration in Pensacola? If not, how
can he "guarantee" the News that the
exposition will attract little attention
among Marion county people. Pen Pensacola
sacola Pensacola News. ; ;
t- Having lived and been in newspa newspaper,
per, newspaper, work in Marion county over twen twenty
ty twenty years, we can form a tolerably fair
estimate "on the opinion of the people
without taking any poll.
In another place, Judge Bullock
makes some very pertinent recom recommendations.
mendations. recommendations. The judge is a native
son, knows this country like a book
and -wants to see its brightest pages
unfolded to the admiring gaze of the
A French cruiser seized "an Amer Amer-;can
;can Amer-;can steamer a few days ago and took
off an American citizen. It had no
more right to do this than it- had to
send a detachment and seize the cap-
I itol at Washington and carry away in
captivity the vice president.. It vio-
lated American rights as much is one
case as in the other. Times-Union.
A warship of another nation has no
more right to take a uerman or a
'Turk than an American off an Ameri-
can deck, and if our government had
any proper sense of self-respect it
would not be allowed.
' Tallahasseeans witnout regard r to
religious creed, are all delighted at
the returned of Rev. T. J. Nixon to
the church here. -Tallahassee Dem Democrat,
ocrat, Democrat, '.v '.:. .f
Mr. Nixon spent several years in
Ocala, and our people, without regard
to religious creed can testify that he
not only is a good preacher but a good
The Italians are doing some he
roic fighting on the Isonzo front.
They have been steadily pounding
the Austrians at Gorizia for six
months, gaining ground inch by inch,
losing heavily themselves but punish
ing their enemies fearfully.
The railroads are offering very low
round trip rates to Tallahassee dur
ing the teachers convention to be held
there on December 28th. Tickets go
on sale on the 27th. The Seaboard
will -operate a special teachers' train
out of Jacksonville at 10:30 on the
morning of the 28th. Preparations
are being made at the capital for
about five hundred teachers.
A dispatch elsewhere tells how
commerce is congested on the South
American coast. s "Thousands of tons
of goods that the United States and
America needs are piled up to spoil,
because there are no ships to carry
them. Our own country is as badly
off, with the wharves stacked with
merchandise and machinery and the
railroad yards packed with freight
cars. Meantime, a large number of
big German ships are idly swinging
at their moorings in our ports. The
Germans would gladly sell our people
and our government these ships, but
; Great Britain says it must not be
"'done. Our government should buy the
i ships, or guarantee Americans who
would buy' them, and set them to car carrying
rying carrying raeTchand-se to all parts of the
world; and fcrve warning on Great
Britain and France that it would
mean war if they were molested. ;
Also, our navy should be set to cruis-jl;
ing up and down our coast. and wam-j
ing off the British and French cruis-:
ers that annoy our merchant ship?,'
and shooting them up if they didn't
heed the warning. Accepting Ger German's,
man's, German's, kicks and the Allies' annoy annoyances,
ances, annoyances, and then talking saucy to Aus Austria,
tria, Austria, is causing our government to
make an exhibition of itself alongside
o? which any monkey is sensible.
WANTS THE TOURISTS
In speaking with Judge Bullock this
morning about Ocala and her future,
he made the pertinent inquiry, "Why
should not Ocala be a real live tourist
town ? We have ample iiotel accommo accommodations
dations accommodations and the world renowned Sil Silver
ver Silver Springs and Oklawaha river are
attractions that no other section of
the state can e.qual, and which many
hundreds, of people journey every
year to see. Let Ocala make Silver
Springs her city parks and play playgrounds,
grounds, playgrounds, for we are sorely in need of
them somewhere." v
The judge said that the recent
agitation of the proposed trolley be between
tween between Ocala and Silver Springs had
brought jnany inquiries to the New
Oklawaha-Silver Springs Line about
Silver Springs and Ocala. The New
Oklawaha-Silver Springs Line ha3
just completed the- gas launch We We-kiwa
kiwa We-kiwa and it has passed U. S. govern government
ment government inspection, showing nineteen
gross and sixteen net tons, and he
says it is a veritable floating palace.
Mr. Frank j-Mathews, who has had
several years' experience on this run,
knows just what the demands are
for a boat for this river and tourist
trade, and With this advantage of ex experience
perience experience lie has spared neither money
nor pains in meeting these demands.
We understand this boat is larger
than any of the boats heretofore
operated on this daylight run and is
equipped with one of those powerful,
silent, smooth running Gibbs' engines,
with no vibration and scarcely can be
heard ten feet away. The judge says
the finish is beautiful, attractive and
artistic and it will be by far the fast fastest
est fastest and finest boat ever operated on
the river. It will start in January
sometime and for the present there
will be but the one boat, but it is more
than probable that later in the season
a northern built boat in Florida wat waters
ers waters will run in connection with it.
"Let them ; bring the people," said
the judge, "and let us make Ocala a
real live tourist town. Everybody get
together and we can do it.v
Ed Carmichael felt so sorry for the
Star, when he read 'about its losing
$93.60 by turning down two whisky
ads. Tuesday, that he came over to
sympathize with it. Ed aid prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition had cost him $800 this .month.
ana ne wanted to mingle his tears
with some other sufiferihg soul. We'cis of Blitchton, operated on at
all wept together However, if we tfce hosirital the other dav. is doing
don't starve to death this winter, ns
and Ed. will give a green corn dance
over the success of prohibition early
As will be seen by the announce
ments in today's paper the O. K. Tea
Pot Grocery will, be closed all day
Christmas. This is a very commend-
able spirit and should be followed by
all the other merchants. If there lsjty fund, but it is slender and dread dread-one
one dread-one day in the year that a working fully overworked.
man should have to enjoy undisturbed j
with his family it is'i Christmas Day.
, am ''-
r ? the chil-
.' T dren's Christ Christ-.
. Christ-. ; r mas trc.
; arrayed with
toys and filigree,
; and brilliant gew-
gaws dpftlv hung,
that catch the eve of
v old and young. W;th
fairies brieht and tinted
birds I call forth glad
, enraptured words; and
merry eyes will greet the
sight when I am viewed by
candle-light. Beneath my
boughs there lies a scene of
house and yard and village
green, with mimic railway run running
ning running through, as railroads oft are
wont to do. I am alas, a Christmas
tree! And this will be the death for
me; for when -the Yuletide season's
Pst, upon the rash-heap I'll be cast. los Heaven's garden has been en en-However,
However, en-However, while I'm standing here a .. ,. .. , A
host of children I will cheer, and
cause their youthful cheeks to
glow, because of One Child
long ago who came this
waiting world to ble?s
and fill our hearts with
happiness. And so,
you see I'm glad
' '. lit little
tle little chil children's
dren's children's Christ-
By Rev. H. C. Michael, B. D.
The prettiest dolls in town are to
be seen at The Book Shop. 2t
ly a whole year.
i sf y you
This wil be a pleasant Christmas to
Dr. and Mrs. Gatrell of Fairfield. Mrs.
Gatrell has been a patient at the hos hospital,
pital, hospital, and that excellent institution
nursed her back to health just in time
for her to return home for Christ Christmas.
mas. Christmas. The infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
well. If the child lives, it will be an another
other another triumph of surgery. It would
have stood no chance if it hadn't been
for the hospital, its well-equipped
operating room and skilled nurses,
and by the way, as it was a strictly
charitable operation a contribution
from any generous person who takes
j an interest in such matters would be
i acceptable. The hospital has a char-
RESOLUTIONS OF RESPECT
The following resolutions were
passed by Tulula Lodge I. O. O. F., on
the death of its departed brother, T
Brethren of Tulula Lodge No. 22, I.
O. O. F.:
We, your committee appointed to
draft resolutions on the death of our
brother, T. F. Harrison, beg leave to
submit the following:
Brother Harrison had been a mem member
ber member of our order nearly twenty-eight
years, during which time we trust its
teachings had caused an easy and
willing death, fully prepared to take
that highest rank from which we
Be it therefore resolved:
That by his death we lose a faith
ful TYipmbpr. and while we are the
riched by his
Be it further resolved:
That our charter be draped for
thirty days in respect of our brother,
a" copy of this be spread on our min
utes, a. copy sent to the widow of the
departed brother, and a copy sent for
publication to the Ocala Star.
Hoping that we may comfort the
ones who mourn the death of our
brother, ever realizing that wHe who
doeth all things, doeth it well," we
bow in obedience to his will.
t J. H. Benjamin.
L. E. Yonce.
FIRST SHOWING of
have iust received
LADIES' SPRING S
These are dark colors and will .do
to finish up the Winter Season
with. ;' :WCt
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Just think of it, you can buy one
of these suits and wear it fprjaear-:
We have also just received
Smart Winter Suits
Ostrich Feather Boas
Crepe de Chine Waists
Nifty Winter Top Coats
Line of Handkerchief s
to see us now we can sat-
for yourself or friends.
0calas Exclusive Ladies Store
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TRY our Fresh Meat it wil
please you. Fresh Veg
etables in season.
Also fine Jine of Groceries.
Put Your Ad. in the Star
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23. 1915
The big even of the-week. The lay on which w show the highest
quality photoplays obtainable. The Faramount Program list3 the class
of pictures you never tire of and the players are recognized artists.
Here's the-program for today:
Bring the children in the afternoon, please; the theater is packed to
its capacity in the evening, T
Continuous Performance, from 3:30 to 10:30 p. m.
Admission 3:30 to 6, 5 and 10 cts.; 6 to 10:30, 10 and 20 cts.
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. Tie, Handkerchief and IJose
What would be njc,er-tharr;Oiie
Half Dozen pair of Guaranteed
uoie rrooi nose: ; c, 4
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Account oi Christmas Holidays
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STANDDJflALRO Ajgf OF? THE SOUTH
Tickets sold Dec, 17th to 25th inclusive, limited to reach original
starting point my midnigh January, 10th. f
For rates or other information, 'jCall on any A. C. L. Ticket Agent or
; J. G. IHRK LAND,' Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
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 shipped in sealed tins and reach you as
fresh as when aken from the water. We solicit your orders.
GULF FISE & OYSTER CO.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
! OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS I
IF YOU HAVE AN ITEM FOR THIS DEPARTMENT, PHONE. 106
TO) A TTTCiQ
li r-" Hi t.,, Wt'W MAN.
THE STEPPING V
POSITIONS AND EfSSr,!
VH BETTER SALARESp
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Education is the Instruction of tha
Intellect In the laws of nature, under
which name I include not merely
thlcgs and their forces, but men anl
their way: and the "abhlonlng of the
affections and of the will into an
earnest and loving desire to move ii
liarmouy with those law E.nUxley.
' Pioneer Veterinarians
The classical Greeks had veteHn
rians. But veterinary medicine and
surgery did rot originate with th
Greeks. So far as we know to the
contrary, It had its start with the
Egyptians, the wonderful people who
seem to have, originated most ot the
ufpful arts that are here today.
B. Uo Y. Shoes for Xmas
The common problem,' yours, mine,
s not to fancy what were fair in
Provided it could be; but find finding
ing finding first
What may be, then find how to make
Jp to our means a very different
thing. Robert Browning.
Red Cross Christmas Seals
Everyone this week should be using
he Red Cross Christmas seals 10,000
of which are on sale at different
places in the city. Remember, the
money secured from the sale of these
seals is used in Florida to stamp oat
tuberculosis. These messages of good
health are only one penny each and
eac hone you buy helps' to swell the
proceeds just that amount. Another
service the seals perform is educa-
ional. So widely distributed by so
many workers, these little seals car
ry the gospel of health and right liv living
ing living with a breadth of range and pow power
er power of penetration unrivaled in effec
tiveness. This alone would justify
ha expenditure of energy, time and
mfney necessary for their distribu
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On a recent visit to Tampa to con
fer with Mr. W. G. Brorein, presi
dent of the South Florida Fair Asso Association,
ciation, Association, Mrs. J. R. .Moorhead select selected
ed selected a space and made arrangements
for the Marion county exhibit for
which she is to -stand sponsor. The
exhibit, which is to be sent in Feb
ruary,-will represent the work of the
girls, the girls' canning club, and the
women of Marion county.
Dr. J. A. Wilson continues to slow
ly improve from his recent serious
illness at the home of his dagnhter,
Mrs. E. L. Carney.
Mr. Marion E. Pelot of Tallahas
see, a former Ocala boy, will spend
Christmas with his parents at Owens.
Mr. T. S. Trantham c Tallahassee
joined his wife today at the home of
her parents; Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Bul Bullock.
lock. Bullock. Hewill remain until after,
Mrs. Sanford Jewett and little
Misses Margaret and Nan Jewett of
Lakeland are holiday guests of Miss
Meta Jewett and Mr. Stephen Jewett,
arriving today. 4
The Commercial Bank is distribut
ing among its friends 1916 calendars
which are among the prettiest we
have seen. The calendar is small,
especially neat and the oblong scene
is a pathway of moonlight on a moun
tain stream. It is the first 1916 one
to reach our desk and it will remain
with us in future years, for it is to be
The. municipal rest ; room is being
patronized daily now by scores of out
of town shoppers.
The many friends of Mrs. H. A.
Fausett will be glad to learn that the
operation she had to undergo in a
Jacksonville hospital was a success,
and that she is now resting easy and
on the road to recovery.
Mt. and Mrs. H. M. Hampton and
two children left today in their car
for r Arcadia, where they will be the
Christmas guests of Mrs. Hampton's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton.
Mr. James Chace of Jacksonville
has arrived to spend Christmas with
his son, Dr. J." E. Chace and family.
Dr. Chace is an annual visitor at thi3
season and his arrival is a welcome
event among his host of friends.
Mr. Frank Anthony arrived from
Sarasota today to visit his mother,
Mrs. v Fanny Anthony until after
Christmas, and to see his sister, Mrs.
Harry Webb, who reached Ocala Sun
day from her home in Houston, Tex.,
for an extended visit.
' M;ss Lurline. Bridges, who attends!
Wesleyan Colleere. Macon, came today
to spend the holidays with her par parents,
ents, parents, Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Bridges.
Rev. and Mrs. R. A. Wood and baby
of Umatilla, are guests of the for former's
mer's former's sister, Ms. J. R. Hemdon, ar arriving
riving arriving todav. They were accompanied
by Mr. L. Whitney Wood of New
v6rk. who has been their guet since
Tuesday, p-oinsr over from this city
then for the brief visit.
Mrs. McDonald of Tllinois, who is
the guest of her srn Duncan MD-
at the Arms Hone. accompanied
her son to PalatVa today.
Mr. and M". R. T. Birdsev an two
children-reached the city today from
i U. -R.-
ME intend to reduce our stock of
vv Men's, Boys' and Children's
Shoes, and enlarge our Ladies' lines
for spring. In order to do so we ask
you to make a note of the following
prices which will prevail until these
lines are closed out:
65 prs. Children's Shoes
sizes 12 to 2, former
price $2.25, $2.50 arid
$3, we offer (O'flfl
them at.-.. .Uy
44 prs Boys Shoes sizes
12 to 2, former price
2 and $2.25, GA HE
.', to close at.. v"-
16 pr Childrens Shoes, sizes 8 1-2 to 11, lor- Cf
mer price $2, to close --. . . 4l-uU
All Ladies- Pumps and Slippers,
To Close, at Actual Cost
16 prs Men's $3.50 Shoes,
to close we of-(TO fin
fer them at
50 pr Men's $4 Q CO
Shoes to closew-JU
Macon, Ga., and are guests of Mrs,
Birdsey's mother, Mrs. H. A. Ford.
Mrs. Birdsey and children will make
ar. extended visit while Mr. Birdsey
will return home after Christmas.
Christmas Exercises at the Christian
Tomorrow at 3 o'clock the follow following
ing following program will be rendered at the
Christian church, to which all friends
are invited :
White Gifts to the King.
Hymn, Joy to the World.
Scripture and prayer.
Song, O Little Town of Bethlehem.
The White Gift Motif.
Reading of Cathay, by James
. Presentation and song by primary
class. (Mrs. Whitfield, teacher.)
Presentation by junior class. (Mrs.
Song, Hark, Hark My Soul.
; Recitation, They Gave Him their
Treasure Annie Belle Wesson.
Presentation by intermediate class
of girls. (Mrs. E. H. Martin, teacher.)
Presentation by intermediate class
of boys. (Mr. Winston, teacher.)
Song, There Came Three Kings.
Presentation by senior class. (Mrs.
Presentation by adult class. (Mrs.
Solo, Angel's Song, by Mrs. Win
The civic committee finished pack
ing this morning 1341 bags of candy,
rais;ns and nuts for the municipal
Christmas tree tomorrow night. 400
lbs of candy were used and the mak
ing and packing of the bags has kept
the members of the committee busy
for two days. Mrs. C. W. Hunter,
chairman has practically completed
all arrangements for the entertain
ment. The tree selected last week
was brought in today and Mr. J. C.
Caldwell has change of placing and
lighting it. All of the children in" the
county are Invited to attend.
Mrs. S. J. McCully of Anderson, S.
C, is the guest of her cousin, Mrs, J.
R. Moorhead ; for an extended visit,
arriving .Wednesday. Mrs. McCully
was an attractive visitor two years
ago and her return visit has been an anticipated
ticipated anticipated by the friends made at that
The King's Daughters met this
morning at the home of Mrs. D. M.
Smith to prepare the Christmas bas baskets.
kets. baskets. Nearly twenty-five large bas
kets were packed and distributed and
several smaller ones .will be s,ent out
.... ,v : :-
, The members of the "A" club held
an informal meeting yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon with Miss Sue Moore.
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards and
daughter Ruby of Irvine, were in the
c'ty today doing their Christmas shop shopping.
ping. shopping. 7 ..
Miss Elizabeth Lucius and brother,
Mr. John Lucius, the former a stu student
dent student at .the South Carolina Woman's
' Mr. E. W. Finch left today for
.WHAT FLORIDA FOLK SAY Montgomery, Ala., to join his wife at
ABOUT IT. tne nome ot ner parents lor ennst-
, r -m.. ii .. mas. '"
i't. iviycrs, cannon cio justice
in praise of your medicines, which I con- j
eider to be most
Right to Do So
31 pr Children's Shoes,
size 8 1-2 to 11, for
mer price $2 f t "7K
$2.75, to close
42 pr Boy's Shoes, sizes
10 to 2, former price
20 pr Men's $5 GA OC
: Shoes, at.-.. .ZU
Entire $4.5) line for
Men will be y (
closed for t.UU
10 prs Men's Full Dress Gun Metal Pumps, Kfl
former price $5, to close- . $0.uU
Give us a chance and we will
5Give You Fils'
0 ONLY SHOE STORE IN OCALA
Commercial Bank Block' Ocalo9 Fla: ,f
College and the latter of the State
University, arrived this afternoon
from Columbia. S. C, to spend the hol holidays
idays holidays with, M;. and Mrs. T. E. ferid ferid-gea.
gea. ferid-gea. -
Miss Chita Kendrick, wh has been
visiting relatives at Anthony and
friends in this city since returning
to the state from an extended visit to
relatives in South Carolina, has re returned
turned returned to her home in Tampa.
Miss Marguerite Porter will return
home tomorrow from a delightful visit
to Miss Minnie Stovall.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hood, who have
been enjoying a motoring trip down
the East Coast, going as far as Miami
J for brief visits to Mrs.1 Hood's neice,
Mrs. James Jackson and Mrs. Jessie
Patterson are enroute home and will
arrive this evening or tomorrow.
the latter's brother, Mr. J. B. Cham
berlain, Mr. and Mrs. G. J. Perkins, and ..
Mrs. Samuel Leigh. ".' .
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Mrs. L. E. WadsWorth and two chil children
dren children of Hawthorne, are in the city to
spend the holidays with Mrs. Wads Wads-worth's
worth's Wads-worth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will-
m m m
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Purdom are in
Albany, Ga the guests of relatives?
for Christmas. Mrs. Purdom will be'
away three weeks and Mr. Purdom
will return shortly after Christmas.'
Mr. Paul Weathers, of the student
body of Harvard, has returned to
spend the holidays with his" parents,:
Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weathers.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Lang left today
vc. their car for Gainesville to spend
the Christmastide with Mr. and MrsJ-i
W. W. Avery.
trouble was inflam inflammation,
mation, inflammation, which was
so painful at times
that it was unen-
f durable and at pe pel's
l's pel's r;rxls t Vio nam xva
medkLiea would help me, and I found
that your combination of remedies, 'Fa 'Favorite
vorite 'Favorite Prescription' and 'Golden Medical
Discovery,' did save me from the knife.
Abo corrected my worn-out condition, my
ur-tniag nerves and irregularity.
"My1 mother found a Seminole woman
in the Florida Everglades and, as she
wanted children, my mother sont and got
six bottles of the 'Favorite Prescription
for this woman. Since then, the Indian
woman has always taken the 'Prescrip 'Prescription'
tion' 'Prescription' and is now the mother of five
healthy children." Mrs. It. L. Kenxojt,
436 Victoria Ave., Ft. Myers, Fla.
St. Augustine, Fla.: "This is to certify
that I hive uscl 'Favorite Prescription'
and recommend it to be fine for troubles
peculiar to wrmen, as it helped me and
proved all that Dr. Pierce claims it to be."
Mrs. E. E. Foster, 99 King St.
Lr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription ij
a remedy tliat any ailing woman can
Eofely take because it is prepared froa
roots, and is not a secret remedy for its
ingredients are printed on w-ranper.
Get it to-day, e:? hrr in liquid or tablet
form, or write Dr. Pi-r-e, Invalids' hotI,
Buffalo, N. Y., for free and coofidential
In sickness or in health Fend (ot ih
People's Common Seni I !er':-al Ad visa.
A book of 10QS nages. K-r- d'.zvs
Dr. Pierce, Invalid liuwx, iuu.io. li. Jl.
Prof. W. H. Cassels and familjr
are out of the city for the holidays :
visitfer. relatives. Next week Prof. '!
asseis win go io: xauanassee to at attend
tend attend the meeting of the state teachers "J
association. i v.,,, -
Mis? Lois Dame returned this after-
Augurtine, to spend the holidays with
her sister, Mrs. W. H. Tucker.
a s;ster cf Mrs. Julia Haisley of this
city is visiting her daughter, Mrs.
It. C. Lvnch. in Gainesville, at which
home Mrs. Haisley is also a guest.
Mrs. C. P.. Tydings and son, Mr.
Robert Tvd'n"- a'-e spending the hol hol-id?.ys
id?.ys hol-id?.ys with the former's sister, Mrs.
A. II. Si!l3, p.t Linworth, Ohio, going
noon to spend their vacat'on with thefrom AAa- V re Tyd;ng3 is at-
tending Ohio Northern University.
Judge and Mrs. Bullock and Miss
Alice Bullock motored to Tampa to
day to visit Mrs. G. R. McKean and j
Mrs. C. V. Miller, the former until j
after Christmas and Mrs. Bullock and i
Miss Bullock until the middle of Jan January.
uary. January. I
urged, but I posi- Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Crook will have
5" lively refused to be as their guests for the Christmas Christmas-aSSJSS
aSSJSS Christmas-aSSJSS de Mrs. Crook's brother-in-law and
J t j lf. mr A St TT 1-
sisier, ivir. ana xurs. a. Kj. xiamriCK,
who will arrive tomorrow in their car
Miss Emilee Bridges and Miss
George, of Virginia, who teach the j
summer school arrived this after- i
formers' aunt, Mrs. T. E. Bridges.
Mr. R. A. Green left this afternoon
for Clearwater to join Mrs. Green for ;
Mrs. Nellie Waldo who has been on
a series of visits to relatives in
Georgia since summer returned today
and is domiciled for the winter at the
home of Mrs. Henry Livingston Sr.
Mrs. Waldo will be joined next month
by her daughter, Mrs. Annie Waldo
Van JDeman who is now the priest of
her vfio and runt, Mr. and Mrs. Al Albert
bert Albert Waldo in Atlanta.
Leavm" tomorrow for Jacksonville
t spend Chr-'stmas with relatives will
bo Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Lattner and
For a 50-cnt basket of mixed
Chrr tns fruits please phone 106.
P-empt delivery to any part of the
ATTEND THE CIVIC
CHRISTMAS TREE EARLY
The mrrasrers cf the civic Christ Christ-rra?
rra? Christ-rra? tree festival will begin the cere-
men:e: e-rly 7:30 p. ?m. Friday so
that all V'ho attrd can afterward go
to the ether rol'dey celebrations and
entertainments of the evening.
B'g asonn"t cf Emr.ll Children's
Coats at FISHEL'S. 2t-wky
' .'v. i
Toys, toys, toys at Fishel's. 2t wky
OCALA EVENING STAR THURSDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1915
'I f- V7
THOSE WHO RECEIVE CHRISTMAS GIFTS OBTAINED, AT
OUR ESTABLISHMENT ARE ALWAYS DELIGHTED; THEY
KNOW THAT EVERY ARTICLE COMING FROM US IS ELEGANT
YOU CANNOT AFFORD TO SEND A PRESENT COMING
FROM A STORE WITHOUT A "REPUTATION."
KINDLY COME EARLY THAT WE MAY HAVE TIME TO
HELP YOU MAKE YOUR SELECTIONS.
. WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
The Reliable. Jeweler
Magnolia Meat Market 1
OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE
340 North Magnolia Street
No. 10 S. SECOND ST.
Established Three Years.
CHOICE OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY
BEST FRESH AND SALT
PHONE 380 ?
WATER -FISH -4
Florida and Western Meats Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables
PROMPT. FREE DELIVERY ?
18 Years Experience
The latest nfachinery, skill skilled
ed skilled labor and aim 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
FRUITS FOR CHRISTMAS
At our new store next to FISHEL'S we have a com complete
plete complete line of choice
FRUITS, NUTS and CANDIES'
for the HOLIDAY TRADE. Our entire stock of Fancj
Groceries is brand new. Let us serve you. Free Deliv
itc Star Line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
"Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
COLLIER BROS., Proprietors
Bits of Byplay
By La!;s McLuke
Copyright, 1915, the Cincinnati
VALUE OF A CHILD'S GIFTS
Those Made With Their Own Hands
Teach Good Lessens and
Not Taking Any Chances.
Clancy and Bropuy had been elected
delegates to the national convention of
an organization of which both were
members. The convention was nekj
In New York, and the hist nij:hr they
were there they decided to Teat in the
swell rathskeller of the botel. Tne
cabaret and tango stunts amazed tbem
a little, but they managed to get a
square meal. When they had finis bed
trio tt-o t op cq ir?
"Shall I bring you a couple of demi demi-tasses?"
tasses?" demi-tasses?" "1 should say not." replied Clancy.
"Somebody might see them sittin' here
with us and tell our wives.
Uvea of many pests remind us
We can get Into that class
If we'll only leave behind us
Fumes of garlic when we pass.
The hard guy walked Into the swell
"Gimme a shot of booze." he de demanded,
manded, demanded, as be tossed a dime on the
"We don't sell 10 cent whisky here."
sneered the barkeep.
"That's too bad." replied the hard
guy. as he put bis dime back in his
pocket "111 have to bunt up a decent
place. 'I can't stand that 5 cent stuff."
This life Is brief. To live your part'
So we'll regret you're dead.
See that you always keep your heart.
Much softer than your head.
"DO you believe that the whale swal swallowed
lowed swallowed Jonah T asked the old fogy.
"Sure I do." replied the groucb.
"There is nothing so wonderful about
that. Why. I have an automobile that
swallowed a seven room bouse."
The man I wed must be a king."
Bragged little Mary Gooee.
And then she married a male thing
Who proved to be a deuce.
If we stop to think about our
Christmas giving we realize that a
gift means more to the giver than it
does to him who receives. If it is
given in the proper spirit the donor.,
finds out to the full that it is really j
"more blessed to give than to re- j
vciCi a mvi Lnai is lusi sigui ui 111
an age of the commercial spirit.
"With children there is a great edu educative
cative educative value in their present giving
if it is encouraged to be really their
own giving. If the mother, however,
simply prepares some little remem remembrance,
brance, remembrance, and says "Mary, this is your
Christmas present to Aunt Ellen," the
gift has no meaning in the thoughts
of the young giver. And not only
has it no meaning, but it becomes
actually harmful for the reason it pre presents
sents presents 'the idea to the child that the
gift without the giver is really a gift.
And the child has put no thought or
self sacrifice into the giving of that
On the other hand, if the child be
given pocket money which it may con consider
sider consider Its very own, or, better still. If
it Is enabled to earn pocket money and
Is then encouraged to set aside a por portion
tion portion of its very own money for pres present
ent present making the idea of true living Is
acquired. The. sacrifice, t&e fore forethought,
thought, forethought, the love necessary t make a
gift a real gift are there. i
The home-made gifts of 'children
have many valuable lessons to teach
the young givers. Many lessons la
sewing, raffia, bead-work or painting
may be given under the guise of mak making
ing making a gift. In one family, where the
elder sister had never made gifts,
and really never learned to sew well
until she was eighteen years of age,
the younger sister, a girl of ten, in inspired
spired inspired by the example of 'a small
friend, wished to make birthday gifts
for her family. Once she asked her
mother to teach her how to crochet;
another time to scallop, and before
she was twelve years old she had be become
come become as proficient a little seamstress
as one would want to see.
Thus practical lessons are learned,
while the child is inspired with the
idea that "Not what we give, but
what. we share; the gift without the
giver Is bare."
F ii j lii.
.Wholesale and Retail
Gee, This Is a Tough One!
, Dear Luke.-Why are blackberries
i-ed when they're green?-Louisville
Learn One New Thing Every Day.
An Illinois editor has discovered a
way to get rid of mosquitoes. All you
bave to do is rub. alum on your face
and hands. When .Mr. Mosquito bites
you the aluni puckers up his little
stinger so he can't sting. Then be
becomes alarmed and sits 'down in a
damp place and tries to dig the pucker
loose. This takes him so long that he
catches cold and dies of pneumonia..
War Sure Is Bad!
If a European soldier is cowardly he
is likely to be shot, and if be is brave
his general is likely to kiss him.
Kansas Cty Star.
Bless His Little Heart.
He is" tender hearted, deeply spiritual
and is in great demand for funerals.
He is one of God's sweetest spirits.
He weighs 3U0 pounds. Keiigious Ex Exchange.
Names Is Names.
Wood Pile lives at Fraukfort. O.
Things to Worry About.
The. first barber shop was opened in
Rome in 300 B. C
I I III I.M.I J
"Can you suggest something for me
to get for my wife for Christmas?'
he asked of the shopkeeper.
. "You'd better get her a box of
Luke McLuke Says: r.Iears. T exnert." said the shonkeener.
When a man bates anotber man be "She was in here this morning and
goes around and tells everybody but bought a lace parasol for you.
the man he bates.
A rich man Is often a poor husband.
The woman who spends all 'of ben
.time trying to shine in society always
f gets mad when her nose gets ibe
The fellow "who remains in the bay
ana pouuus ms ear uuui uoou usumij (
MORE SLIPPERS COMING.
"The time is at hand," said the preacher.
spends the rest of the day whining AVith -wrath showing plain on each feach
that he can't get up in the world.
Aan, doesn't mind paying his beer
bill, but it is different when his water
bill comes in.
Start to praise a man and your audi audience
ence audience will yawn. Start knocking a man
and your audience will sit up and pay
When a man can't make a living any
other way he can always become a re reformer
former reformer and find plenty of "grouches to
finance a society for the prevention of
The reason why a woman never suc succeeds
ceeds succeeds when she marries a man in re reforming
forming reforming him is because she forgets to
take a course of lessons in the art of
The old fashioned youth who believ believed
ed believed that women were all built alike
now has a son who knows a -orn fed
shape from an exeelsiorized one.
When be begins to notice that she
talks too much." and she !egins to not notice
ice notice that his breath smells of tobacco,
the honeymoon goes out and hunts for
3 man who knows bow to use a pui pui-motor.
motor. pui-motor. This is a queer world. In one end of
town a woman who has denied herseiT
enough to eat so that the children
might have milk for supper will pick
up a piece of newspaper and see a big
headline over the news that a woman
In the other end of town has Just paid
JlO.tXH for a Pekitiffes podle.
Your credit nevr gets so por that
yon can't borrow nil the trouble yoa
are looking for
"When slippers will be
Showered down upon me
By every feminine creacher.'
Fishel still has some ENAMEL ENAMEL-WARE
WARE ENAMEL-WARE and DISHES to dispose of at
We ship the famous CRYSTAL RIVER OYSTERS
in Seal Plug, Carriers, which insures them reaching
you in a san triry condition. We also furnish SALT
WATER FISH in any quantity. The most careful
attention is given small as well as large orders.
Write us for further information.
CRYSTAL FISH AND OYSTER CO.
Crystal River, Florida.
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILEUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fls.
CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00
State. County and City Depository
It Admits .of Mo Detoate X
PROTECTION from FIRE LOSS
Is of Even
IMPORTANCE TO YOD
Than the protection $f the Country's
I represent the following compan companies:
ies: companies: Insurance Co. of N". A.; Hanover
of N. Y.f Equitable Fire & Marine,
New Jersey Fire, Rhode Island Fire,
chester of N. Y., Nord-Deuteche of
Hamburg,First National of U. S.
A. C. L. stJiittuULE
-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. j8,' St. PetersDurg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40. a. m.. -j-; ..v .. ": T
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
Nc."35, Ocala to Lakeland (Suhny-jirn),-
Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Pa'atka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
No. -id Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Ttiursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. us.
TO CURE CHILDREN'S COLDS
Keep child dry, clothe comfortable,
avoid exposure and give Dr. Bell's
Pine-Tar-Honey. It is pleasant, sooth soothing,
ing, soothing, antiseptic, raises phlegm and re reduces
duces reduces inflammation. The first dose
gives relief, continued treatment with
proper care will avoid serious illness
or a long cold. Don't delay treatment.
Don't let your child suffer. Get a bot bottle
tle bottle today. Insist on Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey.
25c at druggists. 2
HOTEL FIRE ESCAPE &GNS
We Want YOU ;
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
IT 1 Sct
Every day we will give a
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a frieiid
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
t our expense. Watch the
columns of the Star for
Cont-actor in all kinds of Wood
Wjrk. Roofs repa: "ed or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 437
Residence 806" S. Orange Street
The Star office has the regulation
hotel-room fire exit sign cards in
stock, as prescribed by the state law
nd the hotel inspector. Price, 25 for
$1; 50 for $1".50; 100 for. $2 25. Pos Postage
tage Postage prepaid. d7-w-tf-ll-25-15
Another pathetic little feature of
everyday life is the tvay every bullet bullet-headed
headed bullet-headed old cuss in the audience will
prigk up his ears and look keenly in interested
terested interested when the candidate an
nounces that he-now wishes to ad address
dress address a few remarks to thinking men-
Columbus (Ohio) Journal- 1
First Class Seasoned
Oak or Pine
J. M. POTTER
Phoae 3 M-4 Kings
CPV VVV. ARM tvn iht T.tv0T t
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Holeproof Silk box at Fishel's. 3tw
m1 will wash mine hands In inn
cency," said infant class Hilda, mem memorizing
orizing memorizing her Sunday school lesson.
"What is Innocency. mamma? Is U
a new kind of soap?"
' to, ve'l Ipu) y cJkcus and ill
OCALA EVENlW4 STATglJI?SpAY,:DECE3IBER 23, 1915
SyfiLK THE TGffT ROPE. VLL W ?(
IntanMtiontl Cartoon O N. Y. X89
VOU SIT HEKE ,WLLIE
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(toot ft -v
X .- .' I Kid
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of oiir ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
-this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well charged with our ice and you can charge
on drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocalla Ice & Packleg Co.
nnrnim OTrnnn i nnninnu
ivrcn HL oicHiyi lhu mm
GEO. C. PASTEUR, Prop.
Quality and Service
Special Attention Given to
v DRY CLEANING
, No Extra Charge for Hurry Work
f Lf; r IPliointc '-"21
20 W. Ft. King Ave. - Ocala, Fla.
RL Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
Saint Led, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On' Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL, for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE. EXPRESS and
A.CL TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915
Foes and Krlcnds.
When two men 6re extremely po polite
lite polite to each other it is a sign that
Ihey don't like each other. But when
they say, "Hello, you onery old pup!"
and "How's yourself, you porch porch-climbing
climbing porch-climbing old horsethlef?" they are
pood frlenda. Cirinnat.i Enquirer.
No Chance for film.
Bank Teller "This check is all
right, but you must be introduced!
Can you bring your husband?" Wcra
an "Who. Jack? Why. if Jack
thought you wanted an introduction
to me he'd knock your block otf! -Cleveland
Damon and Pythias
How Two Old Bums Worked -a
By M. QUAD
Copyright. 1915. by McClure News Newspaper
paper Newspaper Syndicate.
Just after breakfast the other morn morning
ing morning an old bum made his way from the
street to an empty bench iu one of the
city parks. He wasn't a tramp. Be
wasn't a vag. He wasn't a hobo.
There wa no name to tit him except
Soon a younger, bum cauie Kneaking
across the park and sat down ou the
other end of the beuth. He also Kazed
into vacancy. He also heaved a deep
sigh. They had not even looked at
earn other when the old bum mum mumbled:
bled: mumbled: "Did you Kit anything"
"Not a red. I was giving the old gent
a Sue soug aud dame about. my dyiug
wife when a cop appeared and shook
me till my teeth rattled."
, 'There's an old geut coming this
way. said the big bum. He looks, like
an Uncle Rube walking out, to see" the
sights of. the city. Let's work the o.d
gag on him."
'- Whereupon the big bum whirled half
around so as to stretch, out n his baci
and lay his bead iu the lap of, t lie
younger one and close his eyes.
'. Yes. Uncle Itube had come" to town
the day before. He had put up at a
hotel near the iark and was out at au
early hour to see if the town had g owu
any since his last visit of twenty years
ago. As his walk brought him near the
bums his -curiosity was excited. Here
was a case that demanded investiga investigation,
tion, investigation, and Uncle Rube advanced and
"Say. now,- but what's the matter
"Sick. was the answer.
-Sick, eh? What kind of sickness?
"Weak heart. It alius goes back on
him when he's been without food for
three or four days."
"Good Lord! But'you don't tell me
that's the case now?"
"Damon, bow long is it since you
had a meal?' tenderly asked the little
bum as he bent over the head on his
"Mebbe a week." was the faint reply.
"I can't believe it." said Uncle Rube.
"Nothing to eat for a week rizltt here
In this big town, where they ihrow
away enough every day to feed a hun hundred
dred hundred hogs. What's his uaue?
"His name is Damon and mine is
Pythias. We are comrades. : You've
read about Damon and Pythias of old.
"I guess I have." replied Uncle Rube,
with a doubtful look, "but I've forgot forgotten.
ten. forgotten. But. what are we going to do
about this case ?
"You are a good man." said Pythias,
"but you have come too late. Damon,
he has come too late, hasn't be?"
"I think he has. Pythias, but mebbe
'there is just one chance yet. If I could
Kit down-to a full meal once more I
think my life could be save!: otner otner-wise
wise otner-wise there is no hope for me.
"Does he think that food will save
him?" anxiously asked Uncle Rube.
At this moment half a dozen men
crossing the park stopped to inquire
what bad happened, and Pythias an answered
swered answered their questions by saying: '-"Poor
"Poor '-"Poor Damon's heart has given out
on him at last."
l "Neigh bors. the case is this. added
Uncle Rube, with a flourish of his arm. I
"This here dying man has been with without
out without food in your midst for a hull week
while you have been trotting around
with loaded stomachs.
, More men came up until the crowd
numlered thirty or forty. Most of
them took a look at Damon, whose
hands were clinched and eyeballs turn turned
ed turned up. and then smiled at each other.
It was an old gag. and many of them
had Keen it worked before. j
Uncle Rube took a dollar bill from
his pocket and dropiwd it In his hat
and passed the hat around among the
"If I ever met with a worthy cause,
this Is the one of all.- I should be"
! ashamed to go home and face nannab
if that man died on the bench with me
' looking ou. You look like men with
hearts. Come down!" "j:
There wasn't a man in that crowd of
fifty -who didn't believe he was being
i gulled, but they were a good natured
lot. and almost every one contributed
from a dime to a quarter. The change
was. wrapped in the bill and the whole
haudrd over to P.vthias who said:
"C'eutlemen. you have done a merci-;
ful act. and. I lhank'you; and Damon
thanks you. And you thank these geu-.
tlenien. don't you. Damon?
"I d0." :
' "And you will never forget this no noble
ble noble hearted ofd man who has spoken
so well of us?"
"Never. Pythias, neverr
"And you have resolved to live on,
"Do you hear that, gentlemen? said
Uncle Ru!e as a smile came to hia
face and the moisture to his eyes.
"They are both going to live on anil
lead nobler and purer lives. I feel like
giving three cheers"
But before he could give them Pyth
las stood up and Interrupted with:
"And it only remains, gentlemen it i
only remains to"-
j "Police. KIice!" yelled a small boy
in rear of the crowd.
It only remained for Damon to roll ;
off the bench and scramble to his f eet. j
and in five minutes the pair were half,
a mile away. The crowd laughed and'
cheered good naturedly. although it
had leen "worked." and Uncle Rube
took oiT his hat and scratched his head?
and exclaimed: j
. "By George, when I tell Hannah she she-'
' she-' won't beiieve i guess I've been
kinder made a fool of T
j On Saturday and Monday, 1G
I pounds, of sugar for $1, with one doi doi-j
j doi-j 'ar's worth of other groceries, for
asb- Smith Grocery Co. Pnrme 434. tf
Digging a Ditch In a Flash
Things more quickly nowadays. The
Tillage of yesterday is tomorrow's
metropolis. Speed Is a requisite, and
newer methods that smack of rapidi rapidity
ty rapidity and labor and money saving are In
Ditches that once consumed many
days of hand or machine labor are now
'being blasted oat in almost the twin twinkling
kling twinkling of an eye. By degrees man is
learning to adopt some of nature's sim simple,
ple, simple, but mighty forces. And the gul gullies
lies gullies and valleys that old Mother Earth
has created by her natural upheavals
and eruptions are being duplicated in
a smaller way by some of the more
progressive and up to date farmers.
Digging ditches with dynamite is
simply, a newer and more improved
method of trench building. The meth method
od method employed in wet work is simply to
punch holes from eighteen to twenty twenty-four
four twenty-four inches deep along the line desired
to ditch and then load each hole with
a charge of 50 per cent straight dyna dynamite.
mite. dynamite. Long stretches of ditch can be loaded
and fired at one time. One cap placed
in a cartridge of dynamite in the mid middle
dle middle hole of the line of charged boles and
nred will do the work.
" A single row of holes can usually b
depended upon to excavate a ditch from
seven to nine feet wide and about thir thirty
ty thirty to forty inches deep. Where larger
ditches are required the holes can bm
made deeper and loaded" heavier, or
two or more lines of holes, spaced from
three to four feet apart, can be nsed.
Incidentally the holes can be made la
the roughest kind of swamp or in flood
muck beds, where other methods of
ditching are practically impossible.
When the soil is dry or the weather
is too cold to use the propagated meth method
od method of blasting described above low
freezing farm or stumping powder is
used in holes spread farther apart,
often In large ditches as far as four
or five feet. In this case each hole
must be primed with an electric cap,
as the explosive shock will not propa propagate
gate propagate in dry ground.
The cheapest lineal fo6t'fof small
ditch is obtained by using -the electric
firing method and farm .or stumping
i j' -5
fir V i V 1 y 'L t t'
Loading Th Ditch.
BLASTING DITCHES THROUGH SWAMP.
MAKE IT AN ELECTRIC X-MAS
Why not make this an electcical
Christmas by giving presents that are
useful and lasting a Percolator,
Grillo or Toasto for the kitchen. IL
W. Tucker. 18-6t
Butter Nut Bread has the riTit taste;
None of it ever goes to wa?te.
If is so pure, wholesome and good;
For health it's the very best food,
tf Carter's Bakerv.
K. of P. meet Monday night.
Wclver .& Macffay
PHONES 47. 104. 305
ORANU PACKER'S TICKETS
This office wjll make close prices
jn sets of tickets for orange packers
fcr the coming season. Write us for
samples and prices.
d&w tf The Ocala Star.
On Saturday and Monday, 1$
pounds cf sugar for $1, with one dol dol-ars
ars dol-ars worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocer Co. Phone 434. tf
Don't shiver in the cold. Buy A
?tove from the Marion Hardware Co.
and keep warm. 11-1G
j One of those electrical vacuum
I cleaners would make a splendiu
j Christmas present for her and one
that would be appreciated every day
of the year. Come and look them over,
II. W. Tucker, North Main street. 6t
. OCALA OCCURENCES
Board of Trade meets tonight.
Have you seen those beautiful new
cameos at The Book Shop?
Dr. J. L. Davis of Irvine was a bus business
iness business visitor to the city yesterday.
Big assortment of sn ail Children's
Coats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky
Mr. W. M: Shockley, the Lowell
truckerwas in the city yesterday.
Santa writes from the North Pole
that he will be at Fishel's this X-mas.
Laurie Benjamin arrived this morn morning
ing morning from St. Leo to spend Christmas
at his home in this city.
0, girls, what could be a more suit
able Christmas present than our mil
itary brushes for HIM as a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present? The Court Pharmacy. 6t
Mr. S. A. Smith of Ocklawaha was
in town yesterday and said orange
shipments are going forward rapidly
from the Lake Weir section.
W. K. Lantv M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Law Library Building, Ocala
Mr. and Mrs. Corliss, of New Hamp Hampshire,
shire, Hampshire, on their way to St. Petersburg,
were guests of the Empire today.
If you make a present of a box of
NORRIS' CANDIES you will know
that you couldn't have bought any anything
thing anything better. Christmas boxes from
a half to ten pounds. The Court
The following reports of tempera tempera-ure
ure tempera-ure and rainfall are made to the Star
by the government observe, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
Max. Min. Rain
December 16 ....... .73
Fair tonight and Friday, warmer in
CHRISTMAS EXERCISES Y
The children of the North Ocala
Sunday school will hold their exer- f
cises this evening at seven o'clock y
in the church. There will be a good
program by the children, followed by X
a Christmas tree to delight the hearts y
of the little ones. Every one is cor-jjjp
dially invited to come and help cele-.
Hymn, Joy to the World, by the au audience.
Scripture reading and prayer.
Song, Jolly Old St. Nicholas, by the
Recitation, Jolly Old Fellow, by W.
A. Robertson Jr.'
Recitation, Who Is It? by Gertrude!
Exercise, Gifts for the King, byi
seventeen little girls.
Recitation, Greetings to Santa, by
Recitation, Tomorrow is Christmas
Morning, by Gertrude Smith.
Recitation, Christmas Gifts, by Os Osceola
ceola Osceola Barrineau. 1
Dialogue, by W. A. Robertson and
Recitation, A Riddle, by Elton Sra-brough.
Recitation, My Present, by Frank
Recitation, Lighting the Christmas
Song, Holy Night.
W. H. BAKER,
R. V. COVINGTON,
nn ok n
OF FLORIPA :
"Florida's Greatest Charity
This society has provided for during the year just closing over Eight Hundred Orphan Children of
Florida. These helpless, homebss and friendless little ones havje beeen cared for just 5 as lovingly and
with every attention that they would have in their own homes, and most of them have been placed in
permanent homes of their own with their foster parents;
To carry on this great work, which the Star -considers one of the most noble works of the state, has
cost a great deal of money and the society is short several thousan! dollars. .;The society is very anx anxious
ious anxious to close the year out of debt. 1 ; .-,.- ;
Won't you send some money to the treasurer whatever you can spare, from 25 cents up? Won't
you do it now?. Beter still j won't you write the society and tell it that you wil: pay so much a year,
payable quarterly, and send the first quarterly payment with -your letter? -;.
One of the handsome little books, issued each year, containing a full report of the society's accom accom-ni;f)mpnt
ni;f)mpnt accom-ni;f)mpnt will h mnilpd von if vou write for it. ; :,'
Chief of Police Adams doesn't like
to see the crossings blocked. A Star
WILDCATS NEXT GAME
The next basketball game on the
program will probably between' the
Rev. J. P. Hilburn, pastor of the
. Methodist church in this city several
years ago, has been assigned the
church in Fort Myers for' the coming
" year. ; ; :
, Everybody would, like to nave Mich Michael
ael Michael O'Halloran or Laddie for X-mas.
Call The Book Shop and have one re reserved
served reserved before they give out. 2t
Dr. C. E. Rentz of Wadley, Ga., is
in the city to spend the holidays with
his brother, Mr. E. P. Rentz.
Two of the clerks from the tax col collector's
lector's collector's office in the court house may
have bottled coca-cola in bottles at
our expense by calling on Heintz's
Bakery and presenting this notice.
Ocala Bottling Works. It
reporter, coming along by the Fort Wildcats and the Jacksonville High
King crossing this afternoon, and find- Schooi team in tnis city, January
mg tne a. u. l,. train square across (is
it, asked the chief, who was walking
up and down, and looking impatient,
"What's happened?" "Notlrng," said
the chief "but," looking at his watch,
"something will happen if that train
doesn't move in a minute." It moved.
A delayed shipment of brown suede
leather poems and essays ahs just ar arrived
rived arrived at The Book Shop. They are
still in time for you to secure them
for your X-mas gifts. 2t
Why buy an inferior light globe
r when the MAZDA costs the same and
n many times cheaper in operation?
They "are for sale by IT.. W. Tucker. 6t
Beautiful display of Ladies' and
Men's Hats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky
The door of ; our sanctum opened
about 6 o'clock yesterday evening, to
admit our diminutive friend, H. A.
Kramer, who brought in a bag full of
grapefruit and oranges, so even if we
"don't see any other Santa Claus this
year, we won't be neglected.
We have a full line of Kodaks and
Brownies suitable for Christmas gifts.
Have you see nthe new, style design
of cut glass at The Book Shop? This
is the first time that Ocala has ever
had it on sale. 2t
See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
300 ARTICLES-300 ILLUSTRATIONS
ZTEEP informed of the World's Progress ir.
Enirineerinff. Mechanics and Invention. For
Father and Son and AH the Family. It appeals
toallciasses uid and Young Men and women.
It U tne j; arorito Alngaziao in tbonsnnds ol
homes throughout the world. Our Forfipa
Correspondents are constantly on the watch
for things new mad interesting and it is
Written So You Can Understand It!
The Shop Notes Department (20 Pages) contains
rracticai ill ata lor baop one ana en?y ways lor tne
layman to do tuinps sroona tne Home,
trnttm Mechanic (17 Iasa) for the Bos and
Oirls who 1 ike to make things, tells how to make Wire-
leas and lelairrasn (Jntnta. fjuiinea. Itoata. enow.
Uboes, Jewolry, Krd Furniture, etc Contains in instructions
structions instructions for the mechanic, Camper and fc port man.
$1.80 PER YEAR SINGLE COPIES, itr
Saswpla eepy will b asrt request.
POPULAR MECHANICS MAGAZk
Ne. MicMcaat AeM. CMICAOO
Among -i the especially attractive
window displays over the city is that
of the Tucker, electrical establishment
on North Main street. The average
person does not realize until looking
at such a display the many uses to
which electricity may be put, and
with our low rate for current these
articles should all be very popular.
Tho. ivory tolet sets would make
HER a fine Christmas present and one
that shell appreciate, j The Court
Alderman-elect H. B. Weathers is
out after a week's siege of the
grippe, much to the delight of his
friends. .. M
Sheriff Ramsey of Alachua county
did not bring his prisoner, Turner,
who killed old man Avery to Gaines
ville, but left him in Jacksonville. He
d'dn't apprehend a lynching, of course
not, but thought Turner would find
the Jacksonville jail more comfort
See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
Have you seen the stone building
blocks at The Book Shop? They are
the newest thing in blocks. They
fasten together so that the building
made cannot fall down. 2t
' Our Christmas stock of Ivory Pyra Pyra-lin
lin Pyra-lin has arrived and we have the best
stock ever. Gerig's. tf
Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Cummings of
Ocklawaha, have moved to Ocala and
will reside on the pretty farm of Mr.
J. H. Taylor on. the Lake Weir road
just beyond the city limits. Mr. Cum Cummings
mings Cummings has only been in Florida a lit little
tle little over a year, coming here from the
You who have of this world's goods, send a small portion of it to those who have noU
This space is not paid for by the society. It is a part of the Star's aid to jAis noble work.
Send all remittances to
361 St. James Bldci. Jaclfsoriille, Fia.v
Full line of electric trains, engines,
motors and other toys at The Book;
Shop. Keep up with modern times times-and
and times-and give your boy one of these in- j
structive toys. Also a full line of i
mechanical trains. 2t
S r. J I 1 1
A basket is just the thing that she
wants for her Xmas. Put one on the
for her and see her eyes shine. Get it
at The Book Shop. 2t
Every boy wants an Erector set.
Don't disappoint yours, r The Book
Shop has them to sell from 10c. to
$7.50. Erector electric motors for
$1.00. 2t ;
VEGEI A BLES, 31 ILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
nd day. Merchants Cafe. tf
Owes Her Good Health to Chamber Chamber-Iain's
Iain's Chamber-Iain's Tablets
"I owe my good health to Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. R. G.
Neff, Crookston, Ohio. "Two years
ago I was an invalid due to stomach
trouble. I took three bottles of these these-tablets
tablets these-tablets and have since been in the
best of health." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
WANTED, LOST,' FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RLNT AND SIM SIM-.
. SIM-. ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR RENT -furnished rooms on
first or second floor; private bath
with hot and cold water; also rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply to
Mrs. L. M. Brinkley, 610, Fort King
New novels make the man a good
gift. Look them over at The Book
Shop. "'"' '-' r";. ; 2t
Big Assortment of
PlatterV at FISHEL'S.
; See our1 line of fine candies, sta stationery,
tionery, stationery, perfumes and baskets before
buying .' your Christmas presents.
The fire early this afternoon was
at the home of Mrs. Thompson on
East Adams street. Sparks caught in
the shingles in the roof and caused a
blaze which the fire department gave
no chance at all.
Carter's Delicious Cake
Buy it for the children's sake
It is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them til the time,
tf Carter' Bakery.
; White ivory goods will please her.
The Book Shop has the best ever in
that line. 2t
Laughter Aids Digestion
Laughter s one ol the most health healthful
ful healthful exertions; is of great help to
digestion. A still more effectual help
is aldose of Chamberlain's Tablets. If
you "-should be troubled with indiges indigestion1'
tion1' indigestion1' give them a trial. They only
cost a quarter. 1 Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
WANTED At once, a crew of men
to do sawmill and tram road work.
Limestone Manufacturing Co., Lime Limestone,
stone, Limestone, Fla. 14-tf
FOR RENT Store room now being
used by the, pawn shop. Possession. ort
January 1st. Apply at Pawn Shop,
Ocala, Fla. 9-6t
WOOD We can deliver on short
notice any kind of wood, pine or oak.
Converse Mill. Phone 234. 3-tf
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street x modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf
i Eastlake, Dec. 23. A wedding of
much interest to Eastlake and Orlan
do was solemnized Wednesday, Dec.
22nd, when Miss Ethel Elizabeth
Kichline, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J.
G. Kichline of Eastlake, was married
to Mr. Henry Augustus Evans of Or Orlando,
lando, Orlando, at the Methodist parsonage in
Orlando. Miss Kichline was "married
in a charging traveling suit of dark
blue broadcloth, .trimmed in black fur,
and wore a becoming black velvet pic
ture hat. Only the families and a few
intfrnate friends witnessed the V cere ceremony.
mony. ceremony. After the wedding journey,
Mr. Evans, who for- eleven years has
traveled for the Florida Hardware
company of Jacksonville will pon-
iinua his trips throughout; the, south,
accompanied by Mrs. Evans. -j
A delightful 'shower was given by
the ladies of Eastlake Tuesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at two o'clock to Miss Kich
line, who received many charming and
useful gifts. : :
. It; is with regret that the family
and friends of Mr. J: '" J. Merrinari
learn that he will be unable to spend.!
. Pho i I li til
TP YOUR Stoxjsapher. Bookkecpct;
EHIicg Qerk, Teleplwna Operator1 i 1 1
cr my oth female nvember cl your I I
2m force eeddea ta Icava Saturday,,
50 haTo cstyto use the Female, Help m UilTMy
j Wated cr "Sitaation Wanted Fcmalo W&V r0'
r oohxtzua of wOUR PAPER' J
to bring an all- round-desirable applicant j eLMp-Ni
the Christmas holidays with Mrs. jsMSMaMaMsasMBsssjaMsiaw
Merrinan at Eastlake. Mr. Merrinan I
is Washington correspondent for the are glad to learn of his recovery
Boston Herald and his duties at the;from a recent attack of bronchitis.
capital will prevent his leaving Wash Washington
ington Washington for the present. x
Mr. James Chace of Ocala will be
the guest of Mr. Harold Klock dur during
ing during the holidays. Mr. Klock's friends
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
Is the most acceptable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent
YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
LY PROMPTLY DONE
Jome early before the rush begins.
OVER O. K.
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
FOR RENT Six-room cottage; bath
with hot and cold water; all modern
conveniences; one door south of Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club building on North Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa street. Apply to Mrs. Jake
Brown, phone 162. 18-6t
KEYS LOST A bunch of keys, lost
somewhere on the streets of Ocala. A
reasonable reward for their return
to D. S. Welch or the Star office. 3t
Go Worth by Sea"
MERCHIHTS& MINERS TRCIIS.CO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points.
For reservations, tickets, etc
M. C AVERY, AGENT
r v!r Jacksonville, ; Fla.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Winter and fam-
Iake, and the best shots take home the
birds to grace their Christmas dinner
- Mrs. J. CI. Kirhlinp. has r&poniltr to-
Uy are now occupying their charming j turned her bafe dauffhter td
new cottage on the Ocala and Lees- Eastlake from Ocala. where she scent
burg highway, where they are most
comfortably installed. The cottage is
one of the most attractive in Eastlake
and is a decided acquisition to the
The Woodmar cottage formerly oc occupied
cupied occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Winter has,
been taken for the remaining winter
months by Dr. and Mrs. Baker of Vir Virginia.
ginia. Virginia. They are expected about the
middle of January and will be warmly
welcomed by their friends here.
Mr. D. S. Wood row, who has been
spending the autumn months in Chi Chicago,
cago, Chicago, will return for the holidays to
Ocala, where he will join Mrs. Wood Wood-row
row Wood-row and Miss Blair Woodrow at their
home in that city V
The Eastlake Investment Co. 4?ei
opened its packing plant last week in
order to parV, one more car of fruit,
making a total number of thirty thirty-seven
seven thirty-seven cars for the season, besides a
number, of smaller shipments. The
plant has been definitely closed until
after the holidays.
The Eastlake Investment Co's Cash
Store is running a daily delivery,
which its patrons find a great conven convenience.
ience. convenience. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Mason of Buck-
port, Maine, have taken for the win
ter the Newport cottage. Mr.
everal weeks pending the illness of
the baby. Friends are rejoicing in the
little one's recovery. .
" FOR RHEUMATISM
As soon as an attack of rheumatism
begins apply"Sl$an's Liniment. Don't
waste time and suffer unnecessary
agony.-? A: few-drops of Sloan's Lini Liniment
ment Liniment on the affected parts is all you
need.- Thejpaft?Hgoes at once.
A great sufferer writes: "I was suf suffering
fering suffering for thxee,Tweeks with chronic
rheumatism ndtiff neck, although I
tried ixdaxiyr medicines, they failed, and
I was under the care of a doctor. For Fortunately
tunately Fortunately I heard of Sloan's Liniment
and after using it three or four days
am up and well. I-am employed at the
biggest dep'artroentT store in S. F
where i they mpfciy from six to eight
hundred hands, and they surely will
hear all about Sloan's Liniment," H.
B. Smith, tSan-.rancisco, CaL Jan.
1915. At all druggists. 2
HE woiiidappreciate a shaving
mirror set for his' Christmas present,
and we have a complete line of them.
The Court; Pharmacy. 20-5t
HOW TO CURE COLDS
Avoid exposure and drafts. Eat.
right. Take Dr.King's New Discdv Discdv-ery.
ery. Discdv-ery. It is prepared from pine tar,
healing balsams and mild laxatives.
aj i Dr. .King's New Discovers kills and
L CaVA m m
Mrs. Mason spent a. season several rr -il.-wwfr:
- r ,t w .. .. o ... ..... .l.
made many friends.
tion. It heals the mucmis membranp.
Search as you will, you cannot find a
i better cough and cold remedv. Its use
lake are kept busy these days, and j y6arS is a arantee of ad adjudging
judging adjudging from the number of packages i r- .-,
being received and sent daUy, many yyf uVIyUR TORPID LIVFR
persons will be made happy; r.this; UK"U L1 V
Christntas. j To keep..y4ur liver active use Dr.
An interesting feature of the holU King's New Life Pills. They insure
day festivities will be an old-fashion- good digestion, relieve constipation
ed New England turkey shootwhich SpL016 f ym keep
j. x i i "irL yu ciear and your skin fresh and
is to take place here on the Thurs- healthy.jfooking.n Only 25c at your
day before Christmas. The turkeys, druggist. 2
all fine specimens, will be contested .-x .v,:,T
for by many of the residents 'of East- of P. meet Monday night.
4 m i
FULL LINE OF LOOSE-WILES' ASSORTED CHRISTMAS CAKES
Fill your Christmas Baskets with dainties from our store, and you are guaranteed absolutely
fresh goods. We offer a few suggestions:
ENGLISH WALNUTS BULK CHOCOLATE CANDIES LAYER RAISINS
FLORIDA PECANS 35c. PER POUND SUNKIST PRUNES
BRAZIL NUTS BON-BONS, CREAMS AND JEL- SUGARED DATES
PAPER SHELL ALMONDS LIES 20c PER POUND DRIED FIGS
EVAPORATED APRICOTS CRYSTALIZED FRUITS EVAPORATED PEACHES
Fresh Assorted Cakes for Christmas Dinner
SMITH GROCERY COMPANY
Re Proof of &
isi intKe E
HE PROOF of the Maxwell is in its use. You can read pages of
JtL specifications and the chances are you still won't know your car.
But try out a Maxwell for a month and you 11 appreciate
then what sort of material was built in.
Rightly considered, not an extravagance but an invest investment,
ment, investment, so get the HABIT; save a little, buy a Maxwell.
PAY A 'LITTLE" DOWN'
THEN PAY AS YOU RIDE
Demonstrations Gladly Made
DELIVERIES NOW Open Sundays rid Evenings,
Car Fully Equipped Delivered iniOcala for S700
, Mo CAMEtOLL D1STRIBlJT0R
EVENING STAR BUILDING
OFFICE PHONE 51
RESIDENCE PHONE 263
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An easy and sure way to have money for Christmas
An easy and sure way to save money during the year
Make a Small Deposit
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Several Plans are Offered
EVERYBODY WELCOME. NO CHARGE TO JOIN
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You will receive check or pass book as you desire, a' week before
Christmas, and you will be surprised at how much
you have accumulated
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