The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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v 4

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VOL.21.

Between the Armies Locked
in Battle

AT EVERY FSOIT OF THE WARRING NATIONS THE CONFLICT
V GO OH

(Associated
London, Dec. 24. Predictions of a
universal Christmas truce were upset
by many isolated engagements on the
various fronts. Nothing of great im importance
portance importance developed, however.
RUSSIANS ACTIVE IN GALICIA
The Russians report success against
the Austrians near Trembowla, Ga Ga-licia,
licia, Ga-licia, where indications recently have
been that the Austrians and Germans
are seeking to strengthen their lines.
PUSHING ON IN PERSIA
The Russians are advancing stead steadily
ily steadily in Persia endeavoring to link their
forces with the British on the Tigus.
No activity is reported in Mesop Mesopotamia.
otamia. Mesopotamia. CONFLICT CONTINUES .FOR POS POSSESSION
SESSION POSSESSION OF KOPF
The French claim they j have main tained
the gains on the mile front at
Hartsmans Weilerkopf, although ad admitting
mitting admitting their left wing has been com compelled
pelled compelled to fall back. The Germans
claim to have -retaken the lost ridge
..together with many prisoners.
BULGARS PREPARING TO CROSS
THE BORDER
. Special dispatches to London pap papers
ers papers state the Bulgarians are, prepar preparing
ing preparing to invade Greek territory in an
effort to drive the Allies from Salon Salonika
ika Salonika The entente forces are strength strengthening
ening strengthening their positions and express con confidence
fidence confidence that there is no immediate
prospects of an" offensive against
1 them.
FIGURES NOT KNOWN
. Parliament adjourned for the holi holidays
days holidays without having received the fig figures
ures figures from the Earl of Derby's re recruiting
cruiting recruiting plant.
FIGHTING
ON THE
FRONTS
VARIOUS
Along the Austro-Italian line iso isolated
lated isolated infantry attacks and artillery
duels continue. Paris considers the
fact that the Austrians are fortifying
Montenegro a sign that their offen offensive
sive offensive has closed.
An. Athens dispatch says Germany
has informed f Greece that she hopes
to reach Saloniki by January 15th,
but that she will evacuate Greek terri territory
tory territory as soon as this is accomplished.
The Allies, scoff at an attack on Sal Saloniki,
oniki, Saloniki, but the Greek public is uneasy.
A Berlin wireless dispatch says
Great Britain has 300,000- men in
Egypt 'f which 200,000 are guarding
the Suez canal. Geneva dispatches
declare the German attack on Egypt
is timed for January.
BERLIN CLAIMS THE BATTLE
Berlin, Dec. 24. The Germans have
completely regained their position on
Hartmans Weilerkopf in the Vosges,
which were recently taken by the
French.
ALL SCHOOL CHILDREN
MEET ON THE SQUARE
At a Quarter Past Seven O'clock thi
, Evening
Mrs. C. W. Hunter in charge of the
civic Christmas tree, requests the
children of the city and North Ocala
primary schools to meet at the north northeast
east northeast corner of the courthouse square
at 7:15 this evening.

THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH MiRVICE

Press)
' THISEVENING
NOBODY IN OCALA, YOUNG
j FOLKS OR OLD, SHOULD
FAIL TO MEET ST.
NICHOLAS
The committee which has been
I faithfully preparing for the civic
Christmas tree has about completed
arrangements, and wants the entire
town to be on the public square to
join in the celebration.
A noble Christmas tree has been
erected on the southeast corner of the
square, and it will be ablaze with
lights and loaded with gifts.
Santa Claus will arrive in an auto
at 7:tJ0. He will go all around the
square and stop at the tree, where
Messrs.' David S. Williams from the
Elks, Jake Brown from the Masons,
Charles Goddard from the Knights of
Pythias, Charles Sage from 'the Fra Fraternal
ternal Fraternal Union, R. E. Yonge from the
Eastern Star and Bunyan Stephens
from the Peninsula Club will aid him
in distributing the presents. 1'
It is going to be a great occasion
and no one should stay away.
Mrs. F. E. Harris, Mrs. D. W.
Tompkins, Mrs. S. T. Sistrunk', Mrs.
Geo. J. Blitch, Mrs. B. H. Seymour,
Mrs. Marsh and Mrs. Mershon packed
and prepared the Christmas presents
yesterday afternoon, and found it a
b;g job for so few hands. Mrs. Hun Hunter,
ter, Hunter, Mrs.' Sistrunk and Mrs. Blitch are
trimming the tree this afternoon.
rnn ti
COMER
run int
State of Florida Tomorrow will Re Re-member
member Re-member the Unfortunates In Her
Penal Institutions
(Special to the Star)
Tallahassee, Dec. 24. The board of
commissioners of state, institutions
which is composed of the governor
and the members of his cabinet, has
requested those in charge to provide
a "special Christmas dinner for the
boys at the state industrial school at
Marianna and the prisoners at the
state prison farms at Raiford and
Ocala..
The board has also ordered ample
oranges, apples and candy for distri distribution
bution distribution among the boys at the indus industrial
trial industrial school at Marianna. The pris prisoners
oners prisoners at the Marion Farms will also
be supplied with oranges and other
fruits.
CHRISTIAN SCIENCE SOCIETY
Services are held at Yonge's Hall
as follows: Sunday morning at 11
o'clock. The public is cordially invit invited
ed invited to attend the services.
Marsh's meat market will be closed
all day tomorrow Christmas Day. It
Syrup cans, all kinds, Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16

ALL COME OUT

CHRISTMAS, im

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OCALA, FLOKIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER

v
IF ELECTED SEIIATOR
,
L
(Special to
Tallahassee, Dec. 24. Governor I
Park Trammell, who will be a candi-;
date for United States senator in the
democratic primary of next June, has
announced that if he is elected to the
Senate, he will favor and vote for
having submitted to the legislatures
of the several states for ratification
an amendment to the federal consti constitution
tution constitution providing for national prohibi prohibition.
tion. prohibition. Governor Trammell states this po position
sition position is well in keeping with his pre previous
vious previous record as he is well known to
have always been on the temperance
side of the liquor question. Governor
Trammell also states that inasmuch
as the' question of national prohibi prohibition
tion prohibition is sure to be before the United
States Senate until submitted to the
states he feels it proper to publicly
declare himself upon this important
issue. .,
OLD GUARD ATTEIIDED
Tried and Faithful Few at the Meet-
ing of the Board of Trade
The Marion County Board of Trade
held a regular meeting last night in
the board of trade rooms in the
Carn-Thomas Co., building.
The meeting was attended only by
the "Faithful Few" about a dozen
of the men who have kept the board
from dying. v
Minutes of the last session were
read, discussed and approved.
Communication was read from the
North Marion or Mcintosh Board of
Trade, stating that the next meeting
of the State Highways Commission
would- be held in that town, and ask' ask'-ing
ing ask'-ing this board to appoint a delega delegation
tion delegation to meet with them.
A letter was read by the secretary
fiom Major La Due, in charge of the
United States engineering work in
the state, asking for data on the ton
nage cf freight handled over the Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha river to Silver Springs.
Secretary Rooney told the 'board
that on his recent visit to Washington,
Congressman Sparkman, chairman of
j the rivers and harbors committee, as as-jsured
jsured as-jsured him that the Ocklawaha river
'project would receive recognition or
I no other matters wroud be brought
! up. (As may have 'been seen by the
Star's Associated Press dispatches of
yesterday, this promise was kept.)
The secretary also called the atten
tion of the board to the bill introduc
led recently in Congress by Mr. Clark
f of Gainesville, providing for a survey
of a ship canal across the state, via
Ocala, connecting Silver Springs and
the Withlacoochee river.
The secretary read a letter from
Mr. James A. Emmett, field secretary
of the Old Spanish trail commission,
praising Ocala and this board and
giving the date of the meeting of the
commission in the state and naming
Ocala's date as Jan. 6th. The objects
and the route of the highway were ex explained
plained explained by Mr. Rooney. Mr. Emmett
wishes the schools of the state to cel celebrate
ebrate celebrate January 16th as Old Spanish
Trail day and January 21 as tree
I planting day, when one or more trees
! are to be planted by each school along
!the roads of the "trail.
l Several letters were read from the
references given by Mr. Littlejohn,
.who was here, looking towards the
! establishment of a hosiery knitting!
factory in Ocala.' These references
1 spoke very highly of Mr. Littlejohn.
The secretary spoke of the new
canning factory that had already
bpen arranged for and assured the

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gentlemen that it was a foregone con-j for information ; a sponsor for all that j intendent of the hospital for the in inclusion
clusion inclusion and would soon be in opera-j tends to the upbuilding of the city, j sane has advised the board of state
tion in fine shape. Lets stand by and support it, or lets I institutions that he is preparing to

Samples of brooms made in Starke
were shown. The maker wishes to

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HE WILL
A
AHII
the Star)
OilQ iS FAILED
HE FINDS HE CAN MAKE NO
HEADWAY AND IS RETURN RETURN-ING
ING RETURN-ING HOME
j (Associated Press)
Christiania, Norway, Dec. 24. The
Norwegian liner Bergenfjord witij
Henry Ford on board sailed for New
York this morning. Mr. Ford stated
before leaving Bergen that the peace
expedition would contiinue under the
uspiees of the Women's Intemation-

? I Peace Association. Rev. Samuel S.'e steamer was sunk without warn-

Macquis, dead of St. Paul's cathedral,
Detroit, is with Mr. Ford.
PARTY COULDN'T BE PEACEFUL
i -. ...
London, Dec. 24. A Copenhagen
dispatch to the Exchange Telegraph
says that Ford left the peace party
because' he recognized the impossibil-
ity of making "any headway. The
members of the party were always at
loggeiheads. The Scandinavian pa
cifists, rere reserved. When he found
official doors closed, "Ford broke down,
leaving a check to finance the expe- j
dition. :
come to Ocala and establish a broom j
factory. "He, also, is thoroughly post-? J
firl rm prove-in cr hrnnm envn' which will
grow in profusion in this section.
Several pieces of leather were
shown which had just been tan-
tied m lic.P i hv a man whn nrnnnsp
. .
to go into the business here. The j
leather was well tanned and impress-j
ed the members most favorably. I
The next meeting of the board on!
jan
cne.
T J T 1 t
12th will be a very important
A committee will be annointed I
fw days to make up a "slr?te." The
cemmictee will select a'president vice
resident and board of governors and
7? OS
Trsde room. The.?;e 'rarcea w'll he
voted on at the next Meeting and wUl

ccrnpnss the cfiicers for the ensuing; GREAT LOSS ON GALLIPOLI j
year.
Some discussion -followed as to fi-j -he total casualties in the Darda- j
nances, new membership and some-nelles is given as one hundred and I
:;):?ng to stimulate thebcard, and a-curtecn thousand five hundred and
ic-perats effort will be made to get ifity-five. This corrects the( state-;
the'business mgn generally cf the city icnt in the house of commons yester-j

nterestel in the work, as the few
ho -hav-o been carrvin'" 'the load
financially and otherwise, are-tired of
it. and unless the business men com
to their rescue, they will take it for j
grants:! that the city does not want!
or nropos? to support a. board of;
trade and the organization will be dis disbanded.
banded. disbanded.
'it
It is up to the people.
Those who have been in close touch j
with the board feel that its possibil j
:tic,s for usefulness are greater than S
ever before. The work accomplished j
in the past two or three years has
been very good. The publicity and

favorable advertising that Ocala hasjKencck, a miner, wa3 taken out ofj QF THE KNIGHTS "TEMPLAR
had in the outside world, is v3?t andithe Richards colliery of the Reading; T ir v;v4-
, ,- i. i j. irA m- Ocala Commandery rso. 13, Kmgnta
could not have been bought for tens i eomcany after beng entombed Jo.
u a i n m. Jt c- v a -ton ,ft,v Ttmniar, X accordance with the an-
ot thousands of dollars. Wherever one ; hours. Smce Monday 120 men work-'
T .t i- nual custom of. Knights iemplar
gees, as Mr. Mclver said, far or near, ied at the risk cf their lives to rescue ,"u .,. te , 1
: .. , 'i,7 throughout tne civilized world, will
;,ust mention Ocala and the man or, him. , -x i u i
, . ... r jho'd its Christmas celebration and

VTUiudu L'J viinji.il vj u ate uiiviiiu ill
J .
say. "Yes, I know of that place; it is
well advertised and it must be some
place." But right. here in the board j
itself, we cant pay our rent.
Let the business men of Ocala and
j Marion county arise and take some!
(interest in the Board cf Trade. It is t
j for the good of the community, .for j
iycur good. The board is the mouth-j
! niece of th- citv and clearin'r house
quit.
Which. will you do?

24. 1915

Between the United States and
1 Austria

Nil WARNING GIVEN BY THE
. ARMED SHIP
(Associated
Washington, Dec. 24. An inquiry
into the sinking of the Japanese liner I
f asaka Maru by a submarine in the
Mediterranean fill be made by the
tate department through American
consular agents. Further diplomatic
correspondence with Austria-Hun-ga'ry
will result, it is said, if official
reports confirm' press dispatches that
:ng. iso onicial miormation nas
reached the state department. It i3
fslt, however, that press despatches
contained statements warranting a
prompt investigation. If it .is proved
the submarine belonged to Austria
and the dispatches corroborate all
j details, the United States will take up

with Austria-Hungary the entire now. entertained in all quarters that
question of torpedoing ships without. the differences between Austria-Hun-warning
and demand assurances that gary and the United States over the

'the practice will be discontinued.
; ""
! T.'Tt T TI
' Hj1Li
D AND WOUNDED NUMBER
OVER HALF A MILLION
SINCE TIIE WAR
COMMENCED
(Associated Press) j
London, Dec. 24. Replying to the
Viit"
member of the house of commons
I Vrcmier Asquith today gave the total I
hundred and twenty-eight thousand :
two ndred twenty-seven
;'-ny, giving tiie casualties as one nun-,
-died and twelve thousand, nine bun
e-d and twenty-one to December 11.
BEBK
9
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IMPRISONED MINER, BY FAITH FAITHFUL
FUL FAITHFUL LABOR OF HIS FRIENDS,
WAS DUG OUT
(Associated Press)
Shamoakin, Pa., Dec. 241 Joseph
i
i :
CHRISTMAS FOR PATIENTS
T CHATTAHOOCHEE
'
j Excellent Turkey Dinner for the Un-
fortunates at the State Insane
Asylum
.
( Special to the Star)
.
Tallahassee, Dec. 24. The super-
give the inmates of that institution a
turkey Christmas dinner.

BiQRMOUS LOSSES

lad

NO. 305

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SUBMARINE .WHICH SUNK 0K-.
FROM NIPPON
Press)
AUSTRIA II
BE AMICABLE
OPINION IS PREVALENT IN VI VIENNA
ENNA VIENNA THAT THERE WILL BE
A PEACEFUL ENDING OF
ANCONA INCIDENT
(Associated Press)
Vienna, Dec. 24. The conviction is
jAncona incident are susceptible of
t amicable settlement. The Austro-
may be expected in a- few days.
FRANZ JOSEF IS FRIENDLY
The Hague, Dec. 24. Emperor
Francis Joseph, of Austria, has taken
steps necessary to prevent a break
with the United States. This mes mes-jrr.ge
jrr.ge mes-jrr.ge was received by a neutral dip-
km at from Vienna from an authori-
itative EO'-wce
to'da
y.
Et h
;aid. this
' cged emperor counselled the j. Au Au-!t:ian
!t:ian Au-!t:ian premier to grant the demands'
i of the United States.
1
5 i
tiiJ
SPEEDY PEACE ADVOCATED BY
NEARLY ALL EUROPEAN
; SOCIALISTS
(Associated Press)
Amsterdam,. Dec. 2'.
Lt-cording to
; the Telegixf, numbers cf socialists
; ire Ei pa tne oeiiigtrcnt nations ex ex-jc.'pt
jc.'pt ex-jc.'pt Italy, met Wednesday at The
Jlarrue to discuss steps, which might
ho taken to bring; about spasdy. peace.
j NO SERVICES AT TIIE
I METHODIST CHURCH SUNDAY
! There will be no services at the
1 Methodist church Sunday morning at
111 o'clock or in the evening at 7 o'clock
lb order of the board cf stewards.
'
j CHRISTMAS CELEBRATION
. j
1r-i.ot te, tViP mc-t ewment crand mas-
I ttr r.n Tbristmas morninsr at 10
jo,clcck and &n Knlgl3ts Templar,.
! vbtbe.r members of the Ocala cora-
LjaRdery or not, are cordially invited
I to attend.
This i.s one of the most
i impressive of laonic ceremonies
end Eminent Commander J. A. Bou-
-rier and the committee in charge of
;. i jt 4.
iRC services nae urraugtu
tractive program. f
Our Christmas stock of Ivory Pyra Pyra-lin
lin Pyra-lin ha3 arrived and we have the best
stock ever. Gerig's. tf

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TWO

OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1915

I

"FROM SUPT. BRINSON
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 22, 1915.
To the Teachers and School people
of the County;
Holiday greetings and best wishes
for a pleasant season and safe and
happy return to your school work cn
the first Monday in January.
I must call your attention to the
annual meeting of the state teachers
association which convenes in Tal Tallahassee
lahassee Tallahassee on the evening of Tuesday,
December 28. The railway rate from
Ocala will be $7.10 and by leaving on
the S. A. Li. train on Monday night
at 2:30 we can make connection with
the educational special from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville at 10:30 and get into Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee about 5:00 that afternoon. It
will be very Important, Interesting
and pleasant session of the associa association
tion association and it is positively to the inter interest
est interest of every person to attend who
can afford to do so.
I want also to call attention to our
coutry association. For a number of
years we have maintained an associ associ-tion
tion associ-tion meeting on the Saturdays after
the regular meetings of the county
la Ocala. A number of our teachers
have been very faithful In attendance
and participating in the exercises and
have derived much pleasure and
profit from the meetings. A great
' many of our teachers were so situ situated
ated situated that it was impossible for the to
attend.
At our last meeting we decided to
meet in different parts of the county
and upon invitation we selected Fair Fairfield
field Fairfield as the first place of our meeting
and will there select some other
place." We have a good programme
and can be assured of a hearty wel

With
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The latest machinery, skill skilled
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supply of soft water we are
able to give the public an
exceptionally high quality
of work.
Ocala Steam Laundry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.

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Z in Seal Plug Carriers, which insures them reaching
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I attention is given small as well as large orders.
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FilUITS FOR CpSTMASJ
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
ery. ?

; SJ O EMET K. E

i

THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our 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 chaiged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad. temper and most other torrid time ills.

Ocsla Ice &PacM itn Co.

PHONE 34

come in this good section of our
county. ....
The" following programme has been
prepared by the committee and we
hope to have a good attendance of
teachers, trustees, supervisors, and
all friend3 of education.
The program will start at 10
oclock. f
Song America.
Invocation.
Welcome address Hon. M. L.
Payne.
Reading, of the constitution of the
association.
Paper or address on regular at attendance
tendance attendance and how to secure it Miss
Katheryne Salter, principal of Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship school.
Discussion led by Miss Abbie
,
3tokes, teacher of Shilo school.
Paper or address on the importance
of making school work interesting
and attractive to pupils Mr. J. M.
Feagle, principal of the Citra school.
Discussion of how this may be done
led by Mr. J. J. Beard, principal of
Pedro school.
The afternoon session begins at 1
o'clock.
Song Battle hymn of the Republic.
Address Dr. John A. Thackston,
state high school inspector and dean
of the department of education of the
University of Florida.
Question box.
Report of programme committee.
Selection of the next meeting place.
Good bye.

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. H. I
W. Tucker. 18-6t
and Retail
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OCALA. FLA.

A Modern Lady
of Lyons
By MARTHA V. MOROE

Ait auto drov up to a building uccu
pied as lodgings in Itoiiie. and the oc occupant,
cupant, occupant, a lady, said to tbe chauffeur:
"Go up to tbe room.-i of Signor Vts
conti and tell him that iliss Flynn is
waiting for him."
The chauffeur disappeared and re returned,
turned, returned, followed by an Italian perhaps
thirtj ears of age and handsome as a
picture. Instead of looking pleased at
the appearance of the girl in the car he
knit his brows.
"Come for a drive." she said.
I cannot," he replied as though an
aoyed. "Shall be busy this afternoon."
"I leave Rome tomorrow. This is
your last opportunity to be with me."
The man could not repress a look of
pleasure at this. He hesitated, then
got Into the car and closed the door
behind him.
"Take the Appian way," said the
lady to the driver.
After threading several streets they
passed through a gateway and found
themselves on that great road which
centuries before had been the favorite
thoroughfare of the Romans. There
was little said between them. The
man 1 made several efforts to start u
conversation, but they all failed. The
woman seemed preoccupied. If her
companl6n had been placed so as to
look her In the face he would have seen
a dangerous glitter In her eye. As
they passed various objects of interest
her companion endeavored to Interest
her In them. Coming to a columba
rium,.a building with niches within
for urns containing the ashes of the
dead, he proposed that they alight and
Inspect It x
"No." she replied; "I wish for a lar larger
ger larger cemetery today. We will visit the
catacombs."
Several miles from Rome there is an
entrance to these subterranean cham chambers,
bers, chambers, and when they reached it thej
left the auto and joined a party of
sightseers. A guide led the way down
a marble staircase, and at the bottom
all were provided with candles. Miss
Flynn took position at the end of the
line, which compelled her escort to do
the same. They passed through a nar
row corridor, on each side of which re reposed
posed reposed the bones of the early Chris
tians. ''
"Come," said Viseonti; "we shall be
left behind," as he noticed that his
companion loitered.
"Would it trouble you to be left
alone with me?" asked the girl by way
of reply. "When you were making
love to me at my home In Texas you
sought every opportunity to get away
from others with me."
The man's brow darkened, but he
made no reply. Coming to a place
where the corridor divided. Miss Flynn
struck into the one which the party
had not taken.
"Where are you going ?" cried the
man.
"I am going where we shall not be
troubled with others."
"Heavens, Emily! Don't you know
what It means to be lost In the cata catacombs
combs catacombs ?" ; :
"If you are afraid go after the oth others.,
ers., others.,
The man stood still; tho girl went on.
He called to her, but shv paid no heed
, to him. Then he ran after her. She
bad gone some distance, so far Indeed
that he saw only the dim light of her
candle. He followed faster and came
op with her standing in a space where
the corridor opened into a chamber.
Then she turned and faced him.
"Come backT he. cried In terror.
"No; we will remain here. Once, at
my home on the other shore of the
Atlantic, when we were standing on
the sands washed by the great gulf,
you said to me:
"I would rather die with you out
on the bosom of those waters than live
without you.' Now I say to you I
would rather die with you In these
subterranean labyrinths than live with
aut you."
The man paled. "You do not know
what you are saying." he pleaded.
"We are In danger. Already the guide
has led the party far from us. It will
be pure luck if we find them again.
If not we may wander here till we ar
starved."
"We will die together."
"My God! Are you In earnest V
"Were you In earnest when you
played Claude Melnotte to my Pauline?
The only thing that saved me from be being
ing being your dupe was that you heard my
father's cattle to be a hundred head in instead
stead instead of thousands. You disappeared
as suddenly .as you had come. You did
not know that he had sold his steers
and put the money Into cotton. I came
here to tell you in these catacombs that
I am rich."
"Rich!" exclaimed the man.
"Yes: rich enough to buy you a pal
ace in the heart of Rome. But what is
that to us now?"
"Nothing unless we can find our way
out of here."
The girl lauuhed. Then, assuming
tone even more cutting than before,
she told him that she would die. with
him in the catacombs, but would not
live with him in the world above. Then
she blew our his candle and her own
They stood in darkness.
When the party of sightseers passed
up the staircase by which they had de
scended- the jmhle. looking orer Mr
flock, ini.ed two of the party, a man
and a woman Searchers were sent ni
and at the end of the second day fouixl
Andrea Viseonti' in .si state of collapse
His companion was diseovt-red in rtej'r

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Our succesa depends on the success of the community.

We invite an one who needs the service of a
j to call and talk over their plans with us.

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OCALA FLORIDA

DEPOT AT WILDWOOD
SOMEWHAT DAMAGED
Wildwood, Dec. 23. In backing:
some freight cars up to the depot to
be unloaded, the engineer failed to
stop at the end of the track and ran
his train into the shed of the depot,
tearing away a considerable part of
the shed and doing about $100 dam damage.
age. damage. Luckily, nobody was hurt. The
cars were' pulled out and put on the
track again within a few hours.
BERLIN
Berlin, Dec. 23. We have been hav hav-ng
ng hav-ng some very wet and disagreeable
weather but the indications are that it
srill be fair for Christmas.
Miss Fae Beck arrived last Satur Satur-lay
lay Satur-lay to spend the holidays with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Beck.
Mr. S. M. Kicks is moving his
household goods from the DeHon
place, where he has made his home
for the past few years, to the Mc Mc-8ride
8ride Mc-8ride place on Dr. Blitch's farm.
The stork has been very liberal in
his visits to Berlin in the last few
iays. On the 10th of this month he
made a visit to Mr. and Mrs. A. S.
Pickett and left a fine baby boy. On
the 12th he left a fine boy with" Mr.
and Mrs. A. N. Brooks and on the
16th a pretty baby daughter at th
home of Rev. and Mrs. A. L. Prisoc,
also another little boy with Mr. and
Mrs. Chesser. All the fathers and
mothers are very happy over the ar arrival
rival arrival of the little ones.
Mr. Lloyd Mills of St. Petersburg,
is the guest of Mr. and Mrs. -MVP
Frink. Mr. Mills expects to move his
family here s6on to make this their
futhre home. We welcome them in
our midst.
The Fellowship school teachers
have prepared a Christmas program
and wil Ipresent it to the public on
Thursday night, Dec. 23rd. They will
have a Christmas tree for the little
ones (and, the big ones too).
The Woodmen of the World of Fel Fellowship
lowship Fellowship camp at their first regular
meeting night in December elected the
following officers for the year: Consul
commander, S. D. Atkinson; adviser
lieutenant, C. W. Roe; banker, H. J.
McCully; escort, T. J. Tifton; watch watchman,
man, watchman, F. A. Blitch; sentry, J. J. Ed Edwards;
wards; Edwards; physician, S. H. Blitch;. man managers;
agers; managers; W. R, Roe, A. S. Pickett.
Quite a number of Berlinites were
shopping in Ocala last Saturday.
Fresh Nunnauy's candies toy express
twice a week at Ge rig's. tf
Don't shiver in the cold. Buy s
stove from the Marion Hardware Co
and keep warm. 11-16
An ivory manicure set in a pretty
leather case would please HER for
a Christmas present. Our line is a
large and complete 6ne. Look 'em
over. The Court Pharmacy. 20-5t
Santa writes from the North Pole
that he will be at Fishel's this X-mas.
Fresh seeds of all kinds at the
Ocala Seed Store. tf
Make this an Electrical Christmas
by presenting her with one of our
Electric SMOOTHING IRONS. H. W.
Tucker, North Main street. 18-6t
Save auto troubles buy Diamond
tires and tubes from the Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
James Thomson
CONTRACTOR
In All Kinds of Brick, Cement
and Artificial Stone Work
Estimates Cheerfully
Furnished
P. O. B. 358 Ocala, Fla
PHONE 133

Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALS1ERS
PHOXES 47, 104, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

TJ O CESS

H. A. WATERMAN
THE HABADASHER
Wishes You a
MERRY CHRISTMAS
and a
HAPPY NEW YEAR
We thank you for your liberal patronage.
Store open Christmas day from 9 a. m. to 10 a. m. only.

A Merry Christmas
and a
Prosperous New Year

Is our v.ish
Patrons and

THE 0. JL TEAPOT GROCEE

Tie Commercia.

OCALA.

CAPITAL STOCK 850,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.

It Admits oS

PROTECTION from FIRE LOSS
Is of Even
GREATER INDIVIDUAL
IMPORTANCE TO YOU
Than the protection of the Country's
industries.
I represent the following compan companies:
ies: companies: Insurance Co. of N. A.; Hanover
of N. Y- Eauitable Fire & Marine.

'.New Jersey Fire, Rhode Island Fire,
County Fire of Philadelphia, "Wes "Wes-Chester
Chester "Wes-Chester of N. Nord-Deuteche of
Hamburg, First National of U. S.

strong banking institution
,

Bank

for all of our,
Friends. ;

Harvey Claris, Prop.

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They never mv- njr.ftn
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Wacahoota, Dec. 21. Today dawn dawned
ed dawned clear and bright and everybody
was delighted to see the beautiful
sunshine after a steady rain of twenty-four
hours.'
Tne're was no school Monday on ac account
count account of the hard, cold rain.
Mr. T. P. Whitesides is building a
pantry and bathroom on Mr. J. M.
Smith's residence.
Miss Loleta Rawls, Roscoe Smith
and Mr. Cedrick Smith were on a
chopping tour to Gainesville last Fri Friday.
day. Friday. They were guests of Mrs. C. G.
Mixon while in the city. Mrs. M. H,
Beck met them there on her way
home from a week's visit to Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville and accompanied them home.
Mr. J. M. Smith, Mrs.' V. P. Smith,
Mrs. J. P. Smith, Mr. B. F. Long and
Mrs. Sara Shuler motored over to
the University City on a shopping
tour Friday morning.
Mr. Woodson Bradshaw was trans transacting
acting transacting business in the University City
last Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Curry. and
daughter Thelma and Miss Ethel
Senn were on a shormine tour in
Gainesville Saturday.. They were the
guests of Mr. .W. M. Tally to dinner.
Mrs. Hanson Hogan of Central died
in Micanopy Saturday night, while on
a visit to her daughter. Mrs. Ford.
She had not felt well for several days
but was not considered dangerously
ill until Thursday she was taken very
suddenly and only lived until Satur Saturday
day Saturday night. Just as the Sabbath day
was coming in, her spirit took its
flight to the God who gave it. While
she was given every attention and the
best medical skill and tender nurs nursing,
ing, nursing, her life wprk was ended and she
was called to her last home. She was
quite an old resident of this place,
being in her seventy-seventh year.
Owing to her short illness some of
FLORIDA WOMEN SHOULD
TAKE, THIS ADVICE.
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tson posses-tson an old edition of Dr. Pierce's Common
Sense Medical Adviser,
1883, and feel that it
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to keep quiet. Sleep was quite irregular
from tired and excited nerves. I was bo
poor and thin, too, that I did not weigh
a hundred pounds. I continued taking
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my case was improved to my satisfac satisfaction."
tion." satisfaction." Mrs; E. A. King, 136 Johnson St.
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her children did not reach her bed bedside
side bedside before the end came. She had
been a member of the M. E. church
since early womanhood. The remains
were laid to rest in the Baptist cem cemetery
etery cemetery by the side of her husband Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon. Rev. Entzminger of
Micanopy, officiated. Quite a large
crowd of friends came with the grief grief-stricken
stricken grief-stricken children, grand-children and
only sister and other relatives to pay
their last respects to their deceased
friend. There were quite a number
tt beautiful floral offerings. We ex extend
tend extend our sympathy to the sorrowing
ones in their hour of grief.
Miss Thelma Curry was a week-end
guest of Miss Eloise Ramsey of the
University City.
Miss Theora Smith returned home

Sunday from several months' stay at
Sarasota, where she is a valuable
member of the high school faculty of.
that place. Her many friends here!
are giaa to nave ner witn them ior
the holidays.
Miss Loleta Rawls returned to her
home at Montbrook Sunday after a
week's visit to Misses Leola and
Rosalie Smithy Mr. and Mrs. C. M.j
Smith and family accompanied her
home and were spend the day guests I
of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. I. N.
'iawls.
Quite a number of visitors are ex ex-nected
nected ex-nected during the holidays.'
The Central school will close
Thursday and an entertainment is to
e given at the school house Thurs
day night.
CITRA
Citra, Dec. 22. Mrs. Allison Wart Wart-mann
mann Wart-mann has as her guests for the holi holidays
days holidays Misses Meeks, Bridewell and
Buchanan of Arkansas and Mr. Fos Foster
ter Foster Hampton from New Haven, Conn.
Mr!. Mulligan and sister, Miss Ger Gertrude
trude Gertrude Harrison of Morrow, O., and
Mr. John Harrison of South Carolina,
are guests of Miss Adelaide Harrison
The college boys and girls who will
spend the holidays with their parents
are Misses Kathryn Wyckoff, Etta
Burleson, Ethel Crosby and, Helen
Middleton from Tallahassee, and John
Wyckoff from Gainesville, Jarvi
Driver from Demorest, Ga., and Miss
Grace Logan from Asheville.
Citra was made famous this week
by some oranges from the well known
Bishop grove selling at $8.05 per box.
This grove is now managed and part partly
ly partly owned by Wartmann & Crosby.
Mr. Nichols died quite suddenly
yesterday.
The members of the Methodist
church are happy to know that Broth Brother
er Brother Partridge is returned to them for
another year.
J Misses Jessie and Willie Stanley,
, who have been guests of their aunt,
Mrs. Fulwood for some time, have re returned
turned returned to their home at Bartow.
HOUSEKEEPER WANTED
A middle aged man with four youg
daughters wishes a steady, middle middle-aged
aged middle-aged white woman who can give best
of ref erenceg to keep house for hinu
She would be required to do the house
work with the assistance of the girls,
who attend school. A good home for
the right woman. Do not reply to
this, advertisement unless you would
care to keep the position permanent permanently.
ly. permanently. If interested, write to G. L.
Chandler, 610 Palm Avenue, Miami,
Florida, or inquire at the Star office
or particulars. ll-19-tf-d&w
MAKE IT AN ELECTRICAL X-MAS
Ocala's electricity rate is the lowest
of any 'town in Florida, so why not
make X-mas presents of electrically
operated utensils for the house? Sew Sewing
ing Sewing machine moto.. $15 installed. H.
W.Tuckei. 18-6t
Why You Should L'se Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy ;
Because it has an established repu-1
iauon won Dy us gooa worKS.
Because it is most esteemed by
those who have used it .; for many
years, as occasion required, and are
best acquainted with its good quali qualities.
ties. qualities. Because it loosens and relieves a
cold and aids nature in restoring the
system to a healthy condition. L
Because it does not contain opium or
any other narcotic.
Because it is within the reach of all.
It only costs a quarter. Obtainable
everywhere. Adv.
O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
TO CLOSE CHRISTMAS
In order to give our clerks a fine
Christmas we will be closed all day
Saturday. Be sure to get your orders
all in Friday afternoon.
2t O. K. Teapot Grocery.
MANY PEOPLE DONT KNOW
A sluggish liver can cause a person
an awful lot of misery. Spells of diz dizziness,
ziness, dizziness, headaches, constipation and
biliousness are sure signs that your
liver needs help. Take Dr. King's
New Life. Pills and see how they help
tone up the whole system. Fine for
the stomach too. Aids digestion. Pur Purifies
ifies Purifies the blood and clears the complex complexion.
ion. complexion. Only 25c. at your druggist. 3
Farmers, before killing your hogs
buy lard cans from the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Company. 11-16

Wis of Byplay

By Luke McLuke
Copyright, 1015, the Cincinnati
Cnquirer
Don't Get Careless.
No man we've met
Would like to die,
Tet some forget
To swat the fly.
Accommodating.
The telephone operator on this line
Is very accommodating. Isn't she? re remarked
marked remarked the old fogy.
"She certainly Is." replied the grouch.
"When she can't remember the nup
ber you ask for she always gives you
something just as good."
Correct.
Don't cuss your tough luck day and night.
Don't feel of hope bereft;
If you will only do what's right
You'll find you won't be left.
Same Thing.
'Are you going camping this yearT
asked Smith.
"No," replied Brown. "I am going
to stay home for two weeks and take
the screens out of the windows and
take the mattress off the bed and live
on canned goods."
In Europe.
The battle wages day and night.
The fearsome war pot always boils;
; Once they were spoiling for a fight.
Now they are fighting for the spoils.
Paw Knows Everything.
Willie Paw, what Is dollar dlplo
macy?
Paw Putting a collector off until
next week, my son.
' Sad.
Beware the fate of Mrs. Tatt, s
She's crazy beyond doubt;
She changed her mind bo often that
She wore the poor thins out.
That's Queer!
A marriage license was granted at
Greensburg. Tuesday, to Mr. J. Floyd
Quear and Miss Geneva Quear, both of
Llgonler. At this writing the nuptial
knot has not been tied. Llgonler
(Pa.) American.
Fact.
"Don't scribble Just because you're
bright."
Remarked old Mr. Fort.
"The letters that you do not writ
Will not be read in court."
Well, They're More Expensive Than
Cherries.
Mr. and "'Mrs. Duke's wedding gift to
their daughter was a superb string of
pears. New York Times.
Welcome!
Here's an entry for Luke McLuke's
terrific titular tournament.. Church
Singer is a farmer in Muskingum coun county,
ty, county, O. Zanesville tO.) Signal.
Will the Necks Do?
Wanted. Any part of fifty Plymouth
Rock hens not over one year old. In Inquire
quire Inquire at this office or phone OS. From
an Exchange.
Names Is Names.
Locke and Key are partners in the
house building business at Larchmont,
N. Y.
Things to Worry About.
Liquefied helium reaches a tempera temperature
ture temperature within six degrees of the absolute
zero.' r --:S
- Our Daily Special. j
Common sense is always uncommon.
Luke McLuke Says:
You can steal money from a man
and he will forget it. But if he treats
you and you do not buy him a drink
in return he will never forgive you.
They claim that beer is a food. But
that doesn't keep some fellows from
absorbing about 15 cents worth of free
lunch every time they purchase a
schooner of hops.
The man who goes around bragging
about his conquests over the fair sex
is a harmless liar. But look out for
the man who never talks about, wom women
en women and who never seems even to look
at them.
A girl will spend four whole hours
dolling herself up so she will look good
to you when yon see her. And then
she is supposed to get mad because
you rubber at her.
There isn't much hope for the man
who ts ashamed of the fact that he has
hair on the back of his bands.
When they are first married she im imagines
agines imagines that he wrote the Ten Com Commandments.
mandments. Commandments. But later on she wonders
why what she married manages to live
when poor old Ananias had to suffer.
We never attended a barber college.
But from actual experience with most
of the. graduates the first thing you
learn at a barber college is to put all
of the witch hazel and bay rum into
a man's eyes and ears and let his chin
and rpper lip run for Sweeney.
You need not be" afraid of the lad
who is hunting for trouble. Rap him
on the nope and he won't come back
at you. Hut look out for the man who
is trying to avoid trouble and don't
monkey with him.
- The stork is a mean old cussl He
always brings ten children to the man
who an"t support one.
What has become of the old fashion fashioned
ed fashioned man who' nsed to cuss when he got
tanNI up in his boiled shirt when he
w-is pul'ing it orer his head to get it
n an 1 off?
There are other mysteries, but the
irreatpst mystery of all is how an emp empty
ty empty nin always happens to be loaded.

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BAY LAKE
Mr. E. Hinson was a caller in
Eureka Sunday, the guest of Mr. and
Mrs. F. M. Harp.
Mr. I. B. Waldron and sisters, Miss Misses
es Misses Donnie and Mattie Waldron, were
quests of Miss Nettie Massey of Cit Cit-a
a Cit-a Saturday.
Messrs. D. M. Waldron, R. S. Wal Waldron,
dron, Waldron, Earl Wilson, G. W. Kingsley
and W. C. Kingsley drove over to Or
HERE you will find many

and distinctive designs have beerj secured for this

Watches Necklaces Bracelets Diarr.cnds
Brooches Cuff Buttons Lavellires Rings
Lockets Emblem Pins Scarf Pins Watch Fobs Cut Glass I
Sterling: Silver Solid Gold Valdemar and Coat Chains Fine China Ware
COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU OUR LINE 1

J. E. ALL EM AN y THE JEWELER

Next to Express Office

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 thi3 list
i sa small two-cylinder runabout, two four-cylinder roadsters, two five-passenger cars and one 1500-lb. truck,
fully equipped and as good a3 new, also one Ford touring car. Write or call and see me,

R. R. CARROLL
Distributor of MAXWELL Cars

BANK EXTENDS

GREETINGS

To Each and Every One
and Wishes Them a

THE-
ange Springs Tuesday and attended
the wet or dry election. We are glad
to know the county went dry.
Messrs. E. Hinson and Mike Cas Cas-sels
sels Cas-sels were callers and shoppers in
Ocala Friday and Saturday.
Mr. D. Brinsoii and family have our
sincere sympathy in the death of
their baby boy.
Mr. D. M. Waldron and son Raleigh
were Fort McCoy shoppers this week.
Mrs. G. W. Kingsley and daughter

attractive articles for Holiday Gifts. Many unusual

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Miss Othella, was the guests of Miss
Edith Howard Sunday.
Mr. Leonard Redding of Reddick
was one of Bay Lake's recent callers.
Dr. E. Blackshear of Citra was a
caller in Bay Lake Thursday and ex examined
amined examined our little school.
Mrs. R. L. fiwepr ttri coti loft Iot
urday for Wildwood, 4where she will
visit Mr. Georger's parents for a few
days.
Holeproof Silk Sox at Fishel's. 3tw
season's business.
North Main St.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1915
UIUR CLUB WORK
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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTING ER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. R. Carroll, General Moager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. 11. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
PHONE 51
SUBSCRIPTION RATES
. (Domestic) (Foreign)
One year, in advance $5.00" One year, in advance $8.00
Six months, in advance 2.50 Six months, in advance 4.25
Three months, in advance.... 1.25 Three months, in advance.... 2.25
One month, in advance. .50 One month, in advance .80

The postoffice will be open until 10
o'clock tomorrow. There will be one
delivery, and the box mail will be
distributed as usual.
While we differ with the esteemed
Fensacola News in our opinion as to
where the Florida centennial should
be held, we do not blame, but honor,
it for standing up for its home town.
We had to go and take one away
from it, for it wouldn't send one to
us, however we must say the Ocala
National Bank has some specially
beautiful calendars this season.
In giving all the unfortunate in its
penal institutions and reformatories
a holiday and a good Christmas din dinner,
ner, dinner, Florida proves that charity is
nowhere more prevalent than within
her pine-studded borders.
Another Christmas will dawn on ten
million men, striving to take each
other's lives in a quarrel forced on
them by their bigoted and privileged
rulers, all of whom, by divine right,
will occupy safe and comfortable
places in the rear.
Elsewhere we print a dispatch an announcing
nouncing announcing that Governor Trammell, if
-elected senator, will work for na national
tional national prohibition. We are not sup supporting
porting supporting the governor, but we must
: admit this i3 one of the strongest
-cards hean play.
', The Star calls the particular at attention
tention attention of its readers to the article
in the Woman's Club department by
Mrs. D. M. Smith. Mrs. Smith ex expresses
presses expresses the view on bird protection
that the Star has always advocated
; and sustained. Her argument is prac practical
tical practical as well as ethical, and deserves
v .close attention.
HVe guess Mr. Sparkman, in his es estimates
timates estimates for improvements for Flor Florida
ida Florida waterways, is following the orien oriental
tal oriental method of demanding more than
there is any possibility of his obtain
ing, in the hope that he may receive
more than he expects. However, his
claims are all just, and millions of
dollars have been lavished on water
ways that have not half the merit of
our winding Oklawaha.
Ocala isn't the biggest town in Flo
rida, but it leads in some things. One
is in medical inspection of its schools.
It probably takes more care in this
regard than any other town of its size
in the United States.; This inspec inspection,
tion, inspection, by a competent physician, be
gan some years ago, and nas been
faithfully followed out ever since. It
not only saves untold trouble to the
parents of children, by preventing
epidemics of measles, mumps, whoop whooping
ing whooping cough, etc., but saves the public
money, for, tho the people seldom
think of it, it is an extra expense on
the public, when a child falls behind
in its studies in the public schools.
Then, Ocala, so far as the Star
knows, is the only town of its size in
the United States to maintain a muni municipal
cipal municipal rest room, for the benefit of the
country people. Neither have we
heard of any other city of its size that
has instituted the festival ceremony
of the civic Christmas tree.
Jesse D. Buky of this city has been
appointed on the staff of the comman
der-in-chief of Florida Spanish War
Veterans, with the rank of colonel.
It is now Col. Buky, if you please.
Col. Buky was a member of the Gem
City Guards at the breaking out of
the Spanish-American war, and with
others of the company enlisted for the
war. He has long been one of the
popular young men of the city, and
for some eleven years was connected
with the Palatka News. He left us
and went to Ocala where he remained
some two years with the Ocala Star.
About a year ago he returned to Pa-
latka and is now the linotype opera operator
tor operator on the Times-Herald. Mr. Buky's
many Palatka friends have not been
slow in offering their congratulations
on his appointment one of honor.;
ralatka Herald.
Mr. Buky's many Ocala friends join
those vof Palatka in congratulating
him.
Billy Parker announces that Tom
Watson is his choice for president.

Hades may freeze and Tom Waison
and Bill Parker establish a skating
rink on the ice, but the people of the
United States will never be fools
enough to give either of them an of office.

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
a3 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.
A MERITED TRIBUTE
The following testimonial of appre appreciation,
ciation, appreciation, printed on a beautifully en engraved
graved engraved card, was tendered by the phy physicians
sicians physicians of Ocala to Mr. T. T. Munroe:
As the season approaches for tho
expression and interchange of good
feeling, we, the staff of the Marion
County Hospital extend to you and
to yours our, wishes for a Happy
Christmas.
We also feel that a time has arriv
ed in your life when it is proper, to
say the least, that your co-workers
'speak a word of encouragement and
appreciation.
We have special reference to the
building and the managing of the af affairs
fairs affairs of the Marion County Hospital,
in which work you have been open,
approachable and agreeable to all
concerned, and in completion of which,
you may point with pardonable pride
as a result of your unselfish devo
tion.
Trusting that the companion of
your fireside, will soon be able to take
her plaee of cheer and comfort, with
out which we are sure your noble
work could not have been consummat
ed, we again wish you and yours a
Happy Christmas.
To T. T. Munroe, Ocala, Florida,
December 1915.
D. M. Smith.
E. Van Hood.
A. L. Izlar.
H. C. Dozier.
E. G. Lindner.
E. G. Peek.
' H. F. Watt.
W. K. Lane.
J. H. Walters.
H. W. Counts.
LITTLE ALFRED BLAKENEY
All the friends of Rev. and Mrs. J.
M. Gross were deeply grieved yester
day to hear of the death of Mrs.
Gross' nephew, little Alfred Blake-
ney.
This little boy was the son of Mrs.
Gross' sister, and, his mother dead,
was finding another mother in Mrs.
Gross, who gave him the 'most tender
care. It became, necessary to per perform
form perform an operation on him for ade adenoids,
noids, adenoids, and he was not strong enough
to survive the shock.
For the last three years, little Al Alfred
fred Alfred has had a home with Mr. and
Mrs. Gross, who were devoted to him,
and are greatly grieved by his death.
. The remains of the little boy left
today for Oklahoma City, to be laid
by the ,side of his mother. Mrs. Gross
went with the body, and Dr. Gross ac accompanied
companied accompanied her to Jacksonville.
SUDDEN DEATH OF J. D. SMITH
Mr. J. D. Smith, a man about thirty
years old, who has been employed at
the packing house of the Ocala Citru3
Association, died suddenly late yester day
afternoon while walking on the
A. C. L. railroad tracks just north of
the Seaboard crossing.
Several persons saw him fall, after
calling for help, but he lived only a
few moments. Dr. Peek was called
and went immediately to his assist assistance,
ance, assistance, but the man was dead when he
reached the-spot where he fell. Dr.
Peek took the body into his car and
conveyed it to the home of the un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate man in North Ocala.
Mr. Smith came here some months
ago from Hawkinsville, Ga., where he
has relatives, and to which place the
remains will probably be sent for in interment.
terment. interment. Toys, toys, toys at Fishel's. 3t wkv

Mrs. D. M. Smith, Editor

An Appeal to Women and to Farmers
boms one has said that if women
couia only know of the destruction of
bird-life that their love for finery
causes, they wouid make it unfash unfashionable
ionable unfashionable to wear the feathers of birds,
it must be they do not know, and so
i wish to make an earnest and per personal
sonal personal appeal to every woman who
read3 these lines, to consider, if only
for a few moments. Every year large
numbers of birds are killed to supply
millinery, many of them in the nest
ing season, when, if the parent birds
are killed, the young must starve in
their nests.
In the report of the American Orn
ithologist's Union, it was estimated
that about five million birds were an
nually required to fill the demand for
the ornamentation of the hats of
American women! The slaughter is
not confined to song-birds; everything
that wears feathers is a target for
the "bird butcher."
From the union: "The slaughter ex
tends in greater or Jess degree thru'
out the country. The destruction of
40,000 terns in a single season on I
Cape Cod for exportation, a million!
rail and reed birds (bobolinks) killed
in a single month near Philadelphia,
are facts that may well furnish food
for reflection.'
The aigrettes are the nuptial
plumes of the white heron, donner
only for the nesting season. Clothed
in these, the bird is ruthlessly shot
vhile endeavoring to protect its nest
of young, and on that account is more
easily caught, and after the plume is
torn out, the dying body is thrown
down in sight of the young ones, that
are crying to their mother for food.
An American ornithologist, writing
to the press, says: "Plume hunters
have destroyed about all the Florida
rookeries. I saw one whole wagon
load of scapular plumes of ardea
wardi at one point. It is a burning
shame, and would make your heart
ache to hear the cries of the. -starving
young birds whose parents have been
killed."
Mr. Frank Chapman says: "The eco
nomic value of birds to man lies in the
service they render in preventing the
undue increase of insects, in devour?
ing small rodents, in destroying the
seeds of harmful plants, and in' act act-ng
ng act-ng as scavengers."
Leading entomologists estimate that
insects cause an annual loss 'of at
least two hundred million dollars to
the agricultural interests "of the Unit United
ed United States. The statement seems in incredible
credible incredible but is based on reliable sta
tistics, As destroyers of the seeds
of harmful plants, the good done by
birds cannot be over-estimated, while
the chickadees, nuthaches, woodpeck woodpeckers
ers woodpeckers and some others are ridding ,'the
trees of myriads of insects' eggs and
larvae and the granivorous birds are
reaping a crop of seeds, which if left
to germinate would cause a 'heavy
loSs to agricultural interests.
As scavengers the gulls, and some
other water birds, are beneficial in
eating refuse which if left floating on
the water: would be cast ashpre to de decay.
cay. decay. Dr.rGeorge P. Gaumer of Yuca Yucatan,
tan, Yucatan, tells that the killing of immense
numbers of herons in Yucatan has
been followed by an increase, in hu human
man human mortality among the inhabitants
of the coast, which he is assured is a
direct result of the destruction of the
birds that formerly assisted in keep
ing the beaches free from decaying
animal matter.
The American Ornithologist's Union
appeals for money to protect sea
gulls while nesting. "Simple, econom economic
ic economic considerations make it a matter of
course' that the gulls must be saved.
An immense horde of them, .which
naturalists think number anywhere
from a hundred thousand to a million,
gorge twice a day in New York bay
upon garbage. Imagine from' what
an amount of putrid matter these
birds, as big as hens, save the adja adjacent
cent adjacent beaches! And this is a specimen
of what occurs at every port. And
shall this incalculable sanitary ben-1
eflt, and all this beauty terminate for-
ever, and for no worthy purpose?
Birds preserve the balance of na nature;
ture; nature; they are the natural check upon
insects and small injurious animals;
but, when man steps in to destroy
them the balance is destroyed and
great losses result.
Prof. Edward Fish of Buffalo, in
speaking of the great use of birds tc
man, says: "It is estimated that they
save to agricultural purposes alone,
annually, over $100,000,000 in the
United States. In many sections in insect
sect insect life is still so abundant as -to
make human life almost unendurable.
In other sections it is only kept in
check by birds, and there is no place
in which, were this check removed,
it would not greatly hold the balance
of power. The number of flies, mo
squitoes, gnats and other small in
sects destroyed in one day, in a smaL
area by warblers, swallows and fly
catchers alone, is beyond computa computation."
tion." computation." Not only these birds are useful, but

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some birds which are often considered
injurious to agriculture, such as
owls, crows, blackbirds and the mis misjudged
judged misjudged jay. The department of agri agriculture
culture agriculture has proved that although
some of these birds may now and then
pull up the, young corn, or rob the
hen's nest, this is more than counter
balanced by the good they do in de destroying
stroying destroying grasshoppers, cutworms and
harmful insects, as well as field mice
and other injurious mammals.
The state of Pennsylvania, awhile
ago, "offered a bounty for the heads of
owls and hawks, because farmers
complained of the loss of their chick chick-ens.
ens. chick-ens. Such quantities of these birds
were killed, that the field mice and
other vermin, which they had kept in
check, increased so rapidly that the
state lost, through their depredations,
upward of four million dollars in a
year and a half. The law was quickly
repealed, but it will be years before
the balance can be restored.
Not only humanitarians and lovers
of nature, but naturalists and scien scientists,
tists, scientists, also, have testified times with without
out without number to the useful services of
owls in the cause of agriculture, ow owing
ing owing to the great inroads they make
among mice and moles. So much did
the olden farmers value them that in
constructing-their barns they invar invariably
iably invariably left an entrance for their par-
ticular use.
The Crow Bulletin, published by
the department of agriculture, states
that corn can be so treated with tar,
that crows will not touch" it, and it
also proves that the eggs and poultry
which they eat, amounts to only a
fraction of one per cent of their food,
which is mostly of grasshoppers and
grubs. The much abused cherry-bird
has rescued whole villages from the
elm-worm plague, and it is well
argued that the birds have a right to
a little fruit, as wages for their work.
It is true that our cows and horses
consume our hay and grain: are we
so unthinking an animal that we can cannot
not cannot see the work done by anything
smaller. than a cow or a horse? Bird3
often eat fruit to quench thirst; why
not have a drinking place in every
orchard?
Mrs. Olive Thorne Miller says:
"How can a thoughtful woman, feel
ing some responsibility in the train training
ing training of her children, reconcile her con
science to the constant objectlesson3
in cruelty which the wearing of mur
dered birds holds up before her chil

FIRST SHOWING

UDT

have just received a few
LADIES' SPRING SUITS

These are dark colors and will do
to finish up the -Winter Season
with.
Just think of it, you can buy one
of these suits and wear it for near near-ly
ly near-ly a whole year.
We have also just received
Smart Winter Suits
Ostrich Feather Boas
Crepe de Chine Waists 7:
Nifty Winter Top Coats
Nice Line of Handkerchiefs
Come to see us now we can sat sat-isfy
isfy sat-isfy you for yourself or friends.

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Ocala's Exclusive Ladies Store
Ocala - Florid

the deal for that real estate has been closed and thevonly thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 169
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec rec-orsd
orsd rec-orsd or about 160,0001 pages of record matter and among these is the
recod history of .that title. ' ' '

some
searching and
checking
that he has got it all.

MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK

florida title and abstract corporation

dren? How dare she thus endorse the
cruelty and barbarity of the infamous
feather trade?"
When a feather is worn upon a bon bonnet,
net, bonnet, it is a sign to all intelligent, hu humane
mane humane people, either that you have not
considered this important subject, or
that you are heartless and careless
of the suffering which must result to
human beings as well as birds, if thi3
destruction goes on. Why not en encourage
courage encourage birds to build about your
place by feeding them and putting up
bird boxes ? And, please, also, dis discourage,
courage, discourage, as far as possible, the teach teaching
ing teaching of the small boy to shoot; and that
the airgun is unmanly; that it is not
fair play to steai a bird's eggs from
the nest, and that a live bird is much
more interesting to watch than a dead
one. And try to change hi3 interest
in birds from that of a savage to that
of a naturalist.
SEE THE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs, tf

of

before the abstract man knows
ocala, fia.
W (D)
First Class Seasoned
WOOD
Oak or Pine
Any Length
PROMPT SERVICE
J. M. POTTER
Phone 3 M4 Moos
JOHN THOMPSON
CARPENTER
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Wrk. Roofs repaired or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 437
Residence 806 S. Orange Street

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MR. JARR AND CIRCUMSTANTIAL EVIDENCE
Vitagraph Comedy.
V BRONCHO BILLY MISLED
S. & A. Drama.
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CHRISTMAS' PRESENT
FOI! MEN

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Ties, Haedkercliiefis
COMBINATIOM SET
Tie, Handkerchief and Hose

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Bafli Holies

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Thought for the Day

I've toiled with men the world has

As I've toiled with men who failed

I've toiled with men who strove witn

zest -And
I've toiled with men who wail wailed,
ed, wailed, And this is the tale my soul would tell

As it drifts o'er the narDor Dar
The sound of a sigh doesn't carry well
But the lilt of a laugh rings far.
Oh the men who were near the grumb grumbler's
ler's grumbler's side.
They heard not the word that he
said,
But the sound of a song rang far and

AnA thev listened to that instead.

Its tones were as sweet as the tales

thev Ml

Of the rise of the Christmas star.

The sound of a sigh doesn't carry well
- -a 1 4

But the hit of a laugn rings iar.

If you would be heard at all, my lad,

Keep a laugh in your neart ana
throat

For those who are deaf to accents sad

Are alert to the cheerful note.

Keep hold of the cord of laughter's

bell,
Keep aloof from the moans that
mar

The sound of a sigh doesn't carry well
I .... m

But the lilt of a laugn rings iar.

selected.

Mr. and Mrs. C. N. Kirkland and

Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Luckie motored
to the East Coast today to remain un

til Sunday the guests of relatives,

Mr. and Mrs. Kirkland going to New

Smyrna to visit Mr. and Mrs. W. L.

Greer and Mr. and Mrs. Luckie to

Daytona to visit Mrs. Luckie's moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. Shephard.

Miss Wenona Wetherbee, a teacher

in the Raiford public school, reached

home this afternon to visit her par

ents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wetherbee,

until after New Year.

Mr. and Mrs. W. .K. Zewadski Jr.

and son and Mr. Guy Zewadski, of

Tampa, and-Mr. Olaf Zewadski of
Jacksonvile, are guests for Christ Christmas
mas Christmas of Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski

Sr.:

Dr. Ben Todd has arrived from At

lanta for a holiday visit to his moth

er, Mrs. Rexie Green Todd and other

members of his family. This is Dr.
Todd's first visit home for nearly two

years and he is being warmly wel welcomed
comed welcomed by his many friends. '-.

Mr. W. M. Martin has joined his

sister and father, Mr. J. R. Martm at

the Ocala House, arriving today from
Georgia Tech, Atlanta.

Miss i?;;hel Beasley of Atlanta is

the attractive guest of Miss Ethel
Haycraft for the holidays.

Mr. George H. Ford of Jackson

ville is a Yuletide visitor, joining his

wife last night at the home of her

parents, Mr. 1 and Mrs. B. A. Weatb

ers. ;

Mr. Frank Bauknight will arrive

tonight from Jacksonville to visit his

sister, Mrs. Edward Drake during the

Christmas week-end.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drake Miss

Gladys Drake and Mr. Charlie Fox

will motor to Micanopy in the morn

ing to spend Christmas day with Mr.

and Mrs. J. B. Watkins and family.

Mr. W. L. Armour, who has been

ill with malaria fever for ia week at

the home of Mrs. Armour's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters, was able

to sit up for a while today.

Mr. and Mrs. Jhon Dozier, Mrs. H.

C. Dozier and two children left this

afternoon for Orlando to vist the for

mer's son-in-law and daughter, Dr

and Mrs. Sylvan McElroy during the

Christmas week-end.

Mrs. Hoffman. They will be joined by
Mr. Kreger.

Christmas Ball this Evening
At the Woman's Club this evening

the eight o'clock dancing club will
give its Christmas dance, the affair

ceing the first of the series of larger
parties which will brighten the joy

ous Christmas tide. The attendance

will be large and will include a group
of charming visitors.

B. U. Y. Shoes for. ?yia
P. 1. Right to Po So

Miss Lois Epperson of Williston

will be a lovely visitor nert week, the

guest of her aunt, Mrs. Maude Horn.

Mrs. J. M. Barco and Miss Sue

Barco of Clearwater are Christmas

guests of the former's son, Mr. New-

cornb Barco and family at Sunny Slope
farm, Cotton Plant.

Mr. and Mrs. W. O. Chambliss will

spend Christmas with relatives at
Lake City, and the latter will remain

until the middle of January.

Mr. Lowe Burford of Alabama and

his daughter, Mrs. E. B. Cade of

Washington, Ga., arrived this after

noon to spend the holidays with the

former's brother, Mr. R. A. Burford
and family. Mrs. Cade before her
marriage was Miss A?rnes Bnrford
and was a frequent admired visitor at
the home of her uncle and aunt in

this city. With her husband, Dr. Ed

ward Boykin Cade, she has resided
s?nce her marriage in Eurrwe until
'at year when they returned to the
United Prates to maVe thci- hvne.

The Christmas visit of Mrs. Cade ha3
been antre'rtpted with ruch paure
by her w"da circle of Ocala friends,
all of whom are extfidinfj her and
her father a glad welcome.

Mrs.t C. R. Kreger and l'ttle Miss
Vrr'rini3 Kresrer left yestdy for
Jacksonville to visit during te holi holidays
days holidays their s;ster and aunt, Mrs. Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Clark and Mr. Kreger's sister,

The Ocala fiends of -Mr. Ruther Rutherford
ford Rutherford T. Carlisle will be pleased to
learn that he has won a charming
bride. Mr. Carlisle, who holds a posi position
tion position in Clarke's drugstore in Jack Jacksonville,
sonville, Jacksonville, was married in that city the
other day to Miss Elizabeth Gertrude

Doyle of Holybke, Mass. Miss Doyle

was a guest last summer to the fam family
ily family of Mr. J. B. Carlisle in this city,
and while here made the acquaintance
of the young man now her husband,
and courtship and marriage followed.
She is a pretty and accomplished
young lady, and made friends with all
hhe met during her visit here. Mr.
Carlisle is an Ocala boy, the son of
Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Carlisle, and was
born and raised in our city. He is a
steady young man and a competent
druggist, and is doing well in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. ,His Ocala friends join the
Star in good wishes for him and his

bride.

Mr. L. W. Ponder goes to Orlando

tonight to be with his parents for
Christmas. Mrs. Ponder, who has

been in Orlando for the past few

weeks, will return home with Mr.

Judge and Mrs. W. E. Smith and

daughter, Chivalette, left today in

their auto for Sanford, where they

will be the Christmas guests of Mrs.

Smith's sister, Mrs. J. B. Ray. They

expect to return home Sunday after

noon.

Rev. and. Mrs. R. D. Dodge will re

turn to their home at Clearwater to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow.

Mr. and Mrs. G. K. Williams and

Miss Edith Williams will spend
Christmas at Brooksville, guests of
Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Zoller.

Vias rift en

ill 'with grip for two weeks, continue3

quite ill, though some better today.

She has been joined for Christmas by

zer daughter, Mrs. S. G. Moyers and

children of Jacksonville.

The pretty Christmas exercises held

this afternoon at the Christian church

were attended by many and enjoyed

by all present.. The attractive pro pro-crrom.
crrom. pro-crrom. White Gifts for the King, ar

ranged by the Sunday school teachers

as excellently rendered. A Christ

mas tree was the closing feature and
to each child present was given a sou souvenir.

Mr. and Mrs. I. B. Adams and chil

dren have gone to their former home

in Arlington, Ga., to spend the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays.

Miss Ophelia Sawtell arrived last

night from Johns Hopkins" hospital,
Baltimore, where she is taking a
course in trained nursing, for a visit

c'f a month, which will be welcome

news to her friends.

Dr. C. A. Lytle, a rising young den

tist at Palm Beach, Fla., Miss Mag

gie Lytle, a member of the Pelham,
Ga., high school faculty and Miss
Mabel Lytle, a student at the convent
t San Antonio, have arrived to spend
the Christmas holidays with their

mother, Mrs. Frank Lytle at Stanton.

Mr. and Mrs. P. J. Theus have, as
their guests for Christmas the for former's
mer's former's brother, Mr. J. E. Theus, who
arrived last night from Daytona, Mr.

W. L. Aikins of Atlanta and Mrs.
Theus' mother, Mrs. G. B. Stein, Miss
Mae Stein and Mr. Harry Stein, who
closed their home on South Third
street this afternoon to be with their
daughter and sister for the holidays.
Tomorrow afternoon Mr. and Mrs.

Theus have invited a few special
friends in for an informal buffet sup supper
per supper party.
Mrs. R. H. Holestine and five chil children
dren children reached the city yesterday from
Monetta, S. C, to spend the holidays
with the former's father, Capt. S. R.
Pyles. Mrs. Holestine was formerly
Miss Mary Pyles.

Mr. Goodwin Mixon, who now holds
a position with a bank in Tarpon
Springs, was greeting Ocala friend
today enroute to WUliston to spend
Christmas with relatives.
Mn Wallace Davis of the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank, will leave tonight
for Ori?.ndo to visit his parents, Mr.
is"d Mrs. E. W. Davis until Sunday
i
nig-ht.

Mr. Donald Schreiber' arrived today
fora Christmas visit to his parents
"nd to fully recuperate from a recent
attack of typhoid fever.
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Taylor enter entertained
tained entertained last evening at an informal

ijyrE intend to reduce our stock of
vv Men's, Boys' and Children's
Shoes, and enlarge our LadiesV lines
for spring. In order to do so we ask
you to make a note of thee 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 and
$3, we offer CO flfl
them at--. 4-uu
44 prs Boys Shoes, sizes
12 to 2, former price

$2 and $2.25,
to close at

& Mr
$175

31 pr Children's Shoes,
size 8 1-2 to 11, for former
mer former price $2 M 1C
v $2.75, toclose4"v
42 pr Boy's Shoes, sizes
10 tb 2, former price

$ 2.25, $2.50 co nn

to close.

16 pr Childrens Shoes, sizes 8 1-2 to 11, for

mer price $2, to close

All Ladies' Pumps and Slippers,
To Close, at Actual Cost

16 prs Men's $3.50 Shoes,
to close we of-TQ flfl

fer them at PI.UU
50 pr Men's $4 (TO Cfl
Shoes td closey w.UU

20 pr Men's $5 $A OC
Shoes, at
Entire $4.5) line f o r
Men will be CA flfl
closed for t,-UU

10 prs Men's Full Dress Gun Metal Pumps, CO Cfl
former price $5, to close ..1U.U
Give us a chance and we will
"Give You Fils"

Lilie s .Moe rariw

l ONLY SHOE STORE IN OCALA
Commercial Bank Block Ocala, Fla.

ChristmaS

Gifts

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In our drug store we have gift goods galoie.
We could not list all of them on this whole page. Only come
in to see them. You '.will buy and save time trouble, and money..
Anti-Monopoly. '.Drug Store.

J. G. PARRISH, Proprietor

WE TAKE CARE

party, honoring Mrs. Taylor's broth brothers,
ers, brothers, Messrs. George and Alfred Mac Mac-Kay
Kay Mac-Kay and her cousin, Mr. Howard
MacKay, of New York. Their guests
included Mrsses Onie Chazal, Blair
Woodrow, Rexie Todd, Martha Kate

Rentz, Mabel Meffert, Nina Camp,
: Elizabeth Davis, Messrs. Howard Mac Mac-I
I Mac-I Kay, Alfred MacKay, Norton Pavis,
Leslie Anderron, Sam Burford, Wiley

Eurford and John Chazal. On ac account
count account of illness Mr. George MacKay
,vas unable to attend. Mr. and Mrs.
(Taylor entertained their guests dur dur-r,
r, dur-r, the first part of the evening at
the Temple and at the conclusion of
the pictures the merry crowd repair

ed to the Taylor home to enjoy music
?r,d r. delightful refreshment course
mn'stinsr of chiclren salad, sand sand-w'rhes,
w'rhes, sand-w'rhes, olives, hot chocolate and fruit
enke.
Miss Minnie Goldman, the charm charm-?t
?t charm-?t dahtpr of M- ad M". B. Gd Gd-man,
man, Gd-man, who is attending school in Sa

vannah, is home to spend the holi holidays
days holidays with her parents.
Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Hood arrived
last night from Fort Pierce, making
the trip in their car in one day. They
brought with them the doctor's sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. B. H. Middlebrooks of Fort

I Pierce, who will spend Christina 3
I with her brothers, Drs. E. Van and -J.
j W. Hood.
I Judge Jesse L. Eillingsley has ar ar-I
I ar-I rived in his car from Miami, bringing

with him his aged mother, and they
will spend the holidays with their
relatives and friends in Marion.
Miss Marguerite Pofter i3 home
from her visit to Tampa.

r Mr. II. A. Maloney arrived from

Jacksonville this afternoon to spend
Christmas with his sister, Mrs. C. W.
Hunter.

"White ivory goods will please her.
Th Pok Shop ha.he best ever in
that line. 2t

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LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, Dec. 22. Mrs. T. Aus Austin
tin Austin of Berton, S. C, and Mrs. W. J.
Trammel of Anderson, S. C, sister
and niece of Mrs. J. B. Martin, arriv arrived
ed arrived Saturday evening to spend several
months with her and other friends in
Florida.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Webster of
' Westerly, R. I., are again occupying
their cottage near the station for the
winter months.
Capt. and Mrs. A. B. Johnston of
North Stonington, Conn., will be the
guests of Mrs. Robert Marshall the
coming week. After the holidays
they may rent a cottage for the bal balance
ance balance of the season.
Mrs. Brooks of Cambridge, N. Y.,
We Want YOU
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
EBTTLS
Every day we will give a
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
at our expense. Watch the
columns of the Star for
your name.
Ocala Coca-Cola
Bottling Works

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An easy and sure way to

An easy and sure way to save money during the year
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rm

Make a Small Deposit
Weekly

EVERYBODY WELCOME.

(sJnP-Miro

will receive check or pass book as you 'desire, a week before
Christmas, and you will be surprised at how much

dDMM

arrived a few days ago and will spend
the winter with the other members of
the family, who have been here for
sometime.
Miss Mary Connor will spend
Christmas at home, where they will
entertain the members of the family
at diner Sunday. Messrs. Eugene and
Robert Connor and Mr. and Mrs. B.
F. Condon of Ocala, will come down
Sunday.
Miss Elsie Morrison and Mr. Stew Stewart
art Stewart Knoblock of Martin were quiely
married at the home of her father,
Mr. Henry Morrison, by Rev. Bunyan
Stephens, of Ocala, last Tuesday
night. None but the immediate mem members
bers members of the family were present. Mr.
avA Mrs. Knoblock will reside at Mar Martin.
tin. Martin. The numerous friends of Katherine
Henry will be sorry to learn of her
illness and hope for her speedy recov recovery.
ery. recovery. Rev. Stadts of Candler and Haw
thorne, will conduct services at the
church Sunday morning at 10:30 es especially
pecially especially for the children.
SCIATICA'S PIERCING PAIN
To kill the nerve pains of sciatica
you can always depend on Sloan's
Liniment. It penetrates to the seat of
pain and brings ease as soon as it is
applied. A great comfort too with
Sloan's is that no rubbing is required.
Sloan's Liniment is. invaluable for
stopping muscular or nrve pain of
any kind. Try it at once If you suffer
with rheumatism, lumbago, sore
throat, pain in chest, sprains, bruises,
etc. It is excellent for neuralgia and
headache. 25c at all druggists. 3
ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS
This office will make close prices
an sets of tickets for orange packers
for the coming season. Write us for
samples "and prices.
d&w tf The Ocala Star.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash- Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
We have a full line of Kodaks and
Brownies suitable for Christmas gifts.
Gerig8. tf

OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1915

J 0 I N
you nave
COTTON PLANT
Cotton Plant, Dec 23. Some of
the wet people may like the kind of
weather we have been having, but the
drys are glad it has faired off.
Mrs. W. M. Barco dropped in here
for a short visit with Miss Carrie
Barco and relatives. he came by on
her way to Bowling Green, where she
will spend Christmas with her moth mother,
er, mother, Mrs. j. M. Bryan.
Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woodward
were visitors of Mrs. W. J. Seckinger
last Sunday evening.
Mr. "and Mrs. D. N. Barco and
the former's mother, were dinner
guests of Miss Carrie Barco Wednes
day.
The friends of Mr. and Mrs. Archie
Cuthill of Martel, sympathize with
them in the death of their daughter,
who died Sunday and was buried the
following day. May the blessings of
God rest on them.
Mrs.' L. A. Tucker of Martel was
the guest of Mrs. C. R. Veal Sunday.
Mrs. J. L. Beck, Mr. Beecher Beck
and Miss Fae Beck were atteendants
at St. Johns, Sunday school Sunday.
Miss Sue Barco arrived Tuesday.
She will visit the Sunny Slope farm,
which was her home when a little girl.
I want to commend your attitude,
Mr. Editor, on whisky ads. My opinion
is that no paper in a dry county
should carry whisky advertisements.
Wishing the Star a merry Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and a happy and prosperous New
Year.
DR. BELL'S PINE-TAR-HONEY
, For your cold, for your coup-h, for
your feverish throat, nose and head,
use Dr. Bell's Pine-Tar-Honey. Honey
soothes the irritation, pine-tar cuts
the phlegm, thus relieving" congestion.
Pine tar also acts as an antiseptic, as
a result general relief follows. Breath
ing becomes easier and further in inflammation
flammation inflammation is arrested. Insist on Dr
Bell's Pine-aTr-Honey. It is an id 3a
treatment. Price 25c.
Hunting season opens Tiov. 20t
Buy guns, leggins, hunting coats ant
shells now and be ready. MarJor
Hardware Company. 11-16

1111 ili eJ)

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have money for

0 UR
Several
NO CHARGE
accumulated
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thang those who were
so kind to us during our dear hus husband
band husband and father's sickness and death,
also Dr. E. G. Peek, his attending phy physician,
sician, physician, and Dr. Van Hood for their
untiring effort to relieve his suffer suffering,
ing, suffering, and for the many beautiful flow flowers
ers flowers that were sent.
, Mrs. G. E. Thompson and Family.
On Saturday and Monday, 16
pounds of sugar for $1, with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries, for
cash. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf
I BEAMS
CHANNELS
ANGLES
and AO Shapes.
TRUSS
RODS
STAY
BOLTS
IRONWORK
of AD Kinds.
BOILER
PLATE
TANK
STEEL
STRUC- f
TURAL
FIRE
ESCAPES
HARD
WOODS.
Competent
Force of Work
men lor Road
Work.

JACKSQffVlLkS FLORIDA

Christmas

Plans are Offered
ASK US

TO JOIN

H. lARSH'S MARKET

PHONE 108
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala.

WHEN IN NEED OF
PLUMBING
, PnONE 2S5
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!
AIL WORK GUARANTEED
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THE PLUMBER

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Our Beef Is
Always Good
Many of our old customer!
tell us that they find our beef
practically always the tame.
They have traded with us for
a long while, and we are
pleased with their recommenda recommendation.
tion. recommendation. We accomplish this by know knowing
ing knowing how to buy at wholesale.
We are good judges of meat.
The beef we handle is th
best we can buy.
F!a,
Of Matters EBotitlcal.
-??t,egr0HSt WOUIdQ't be satlS2e4
with himself unless he felt that every every-body
body every-body u-a3 a1o-Mtjsn,a with him.
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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1915
.SEVEN

M Willi UUI tfj
1 Christmas Pnesenl
i 4

V THOSE WHO RECEIVE CHRISTMAS GIFTS OBTAINED AT
OUR ESTABLISHMENT ARE ALWAYS DELIGHTED; THEY
KNOW THAT EVERY ARTICLE COMING FROM US IS ELEGANT
AND RELIABLE.
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

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tT?iIIiilIIIIiTiiil t IIM

W1PER1AL STEAM LAUNDRY

GEO C. PASTEUR, Prop.
Quality and Service
, r Special Attention Given to 1
( DRY CLEANING
fro Extra Charge for Hurry Work
; ;;;;V:-; Phone 2l:;;i.v
20 W. Fl. King Ave. - Ocala, Fla.

IZIXSiXi IKS

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 taken from the water. t We solicit your orders.
GOLF FISH & OYSTER CO.
CRYSTAL RIVER FLA.

IICU

HI(0)M MATES

Account of Christmas Holidays

VIA

AST LiiE

STANDABI 1L!LRAD OF THE SOUTH
v Tickets sold Dec. 17th to 25th inclusive, limited to reach original
starting point my midnight January 10th.
' For rates or other information, call on any A. C. L. Ticket Agent or
J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

Wh

ite Star Line Transfer Co.

TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
PHONE 296

We sell
BEAVER BOARD
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Quality
and Price
INVESTIGATE

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Packing, Storing,
Shippin of Freight,
Pianos, and Safes.
Baggage Service
the Best

COLLIER BROS., Proprietors

ODDITIES IN. JAPAN

Put Your Ad. in the Star

i

Natives Have a Tcpsy Turvyj
Way of Oiir.g Many Tilings. I

BATHIfJS 13 A SACRED RITE.

And Whenever a Native Has a Mo Moment
ment Moment to Cpare Hfe Resorts to the Tub,
With' Its Peculiar Code of Ethics.
Houses Without Windows.
I just can't get used to how turned
around, upside down, inside out, topsy
turvy, thinip are in Japan. A Japa Japanese
nese Japanese carpenter draws the plane toward
himself, and a blacksmith sits down to
work.
A Japanese blacksmith never know
the Joys of getting tickets to the circus,
for he hasn't any place for the advance
man to paste up his three sheets. The
whole front of a Japanese blacksmith
shop is open, with other buildings jam
med up so close on each side that the
circus man couldn't get a poster in.
A Japanese book begins on our last
page and finishes on our first para paragraph.
graph. paragraph. And their sentences begin at
the top of the page and read down, like
ions columns of figures. They wear
white to funerals and Judge poetry by
the beauty of the handwriting.
Japanese houses haven't any chim
neys, so you may see a whole plateau
of houses with not a single curl of
smoke as far as the eye can reach. The
Japanese cooking is done outside the
house in a little charcoal stove. The;
have no stoves to keep themselve
warm, only little hibachis. gallon jars
with charcoal in them covered with
fine ashes.' There isn't enough heat Id
one to singe a miller, and whenevei
they get too cold they take a warm
bath.
Bathing is a sacred rite. Wheneve
they have a spare moment they run

and take a bath. When business is dull
they hurry to a public bathhouse and
jump in. If they miss one train they
take a bath while waiting for the next
They take hot baths steaming, siz
zllng hot. And the strange thing is they
don't do the bathing in a tub. Thej
have little foot baths about the size of
crocks that they use for washing them themselves,
selves, themselves, and when they are thoroughly
clean they climb into the tub.
If you should get into the tub first
the proprietor would break into tears
and tell you that.you were bankrupting
him, for the same water is used all
evening, no difference how many guests
the hotel has.
After soaking awhile they crawl out.
steaming all over, gently blot them them-seives,
seives, them-seives, get into kimonos and sit around
bare ankled. One would think that be before
fore before the evening was over a fleet foot footed
ed footed runner would have to be dispatched
for medical assistance, but instead of
that they never catch cold!
When I got here and was invited into
a Japanese home I found that they
hadn't any chairs. In fact, there isn't
a stick of furniture a foot high in a
Japanese house. You have to sit on the
floor. A person of my build was never
meant for sitting on the floor. When I
get down on the floor and try to draw
up to a Japanese table my feet are' so
In the way that I can't get up to where
there Is anything doing. The waitress
has to walk around my feet to bring me
the viands. By the time the meal is
over she is pretty well fagged out
. A Japanese bouse hasn't a singlt
window. And it's only the most stylish
of houses that have a pane of glass.
A person who has a pane of glass

somewhere in his house sets the social
pace in that neighborhood. Instead of
glass they have paper pasted on sliding
frames, and through the paper the
light filters. Naturally one wonders
how they keep the rain out This Is
little trouble, for outside the paper
walls are a series of wooden doors
which also slide back and forth,
When time comes to retire yoi look
around for the bed. but there Isn't one
in sight. It is rolled up in a drawer,
and the Japanese woujdn't know a
bedstead frm a quilting frame Mil Millions'
lions' Millions' of people in Japan have grown
to manhood, voted, paid taxes', and
gone to their reward without ever hav having
ing having clapped eyes on an American bed bedstead.
stead. bedstead.
To make the bed ready the servant
opens the drawer and unrolls the quilts
on the floor, putting a tomato can look looking
ing looking thing under one end for a pillow
Then she shuts all the paper windows
and pulls to all the wooden slides so
that not a breath of air can get la and
the bed is ready. Money in the palm
wouldn't persuade a Japanese to sleep
with the window open.
Their theory Is that during tne day
the air becomes full of dust .and germs
so that If you keep your windows
sealed during the night none of the
germs can get In. Homer Croy in Les Leslie's
lie's Leslie's Weekly.

"15 'EfflMI
TEMjHT?"

NOTICE OF ELECTION
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN.

jThat on the
8th Day of February, 1916,
i there will be held an election in the
'county of Marion, state of Florida, at
I which there will be subniited te the
! legal voters of said county the ques ques-jtion
jtion ques-jtion whether said county shall issue
its bonds in the amount of ONE HUN HUN-DPvED
DPvED HUN-DPvED THIRTY-SIX THOUSAND
r DOLLARS, bearing interest, payable
semi-annually, at the rate of five and
j one-half (54 7e) per centum per an annum,
num, annum, the principal of said bonds ma maturing
turing maturing as follows: FOURTEEN
THOUSAND DOLLARS five (5)
years from the date of their issuance.

HITS de las' thing I heah when I tun FOURTEEN THOUSAND DOL DOL-out
out DOL-out de light; j LARS at the end of each year there-
"Is 'e comin ternight, mammy? Comin' after until the sum of ONE HUN-

ternight?" iDRED TWENTY-SIX THOUSAND

tn de good Lawd knows,
"Not yit."

Dey's a-astin' me still whut dey gwlne
.ter git
En I projick -en plan, en I skimp en
squeeze.
En I hurries apas all de winders I sees,
'Case de chilluns espec's dat he'll bring
'em a lot

soTicn

MNRMBBlf

dough I sez DOLLARS of said principal shall

!have been paid; and TEN THOU THOUSAND
SAND THOUSAND DOLLARS fifteen (15) years
from date of issuance of said bonds:

said bonds to be issued for the pur purpose
pose purpose of funding the outstanding in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness of said county. Such elec election
tion election will rA heir! nt thi rpvptoI n1uoc

En dey think he's de same dat de White in said county where the last general

DONE BY ORDER OF THE
BOARD OF COUNTY COMMISSION-

Uwd. I wisht In man soul dat 'e would ERS OF MARION COUNTY, FLOR

IDA, this December 11th, 1915.
(Official Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of Board County Commission Commissioners,
ers, Commissioners, Marion County, 1 Florida, and
County Auditor. 12-17-fri-dly&w-4t

"la 'e comin ternight, mammy?

ternight?"

Comin

en he might!

I wisht in man soul dat e'd coma down
de flue
Lak I useter believe dat e sholy would
1 do. 1
When de chilluns ondress en dey jump In Into
to Into baid,
En I tuck up de quilt 'roun' each po ll'l
haid.
Den I set down en wish, en I wish lak I
pray. -.
Dat 'e find out de place 'fo' hit come
Chris' maa Day.

iSTTf

Dey is sho'

Why, de chilluns believes!
dat hit so,

En dey countin' on him lak a man dat
dey know.

En dey talk er de things dat fce sutten 16th, A. DJ. 1915.

. BE IT RESOLVED by the Board
of County Commissioners of Marion
county, Florida:
1st: That said board deeps it ex expedient
pedient expedient and to the best interests of
said county to issue the county bonds
of said county for the purpose of
funding the outstanding indebtedness
of said county;
2nd: That it is hereby determined
that the amount of bonds required for
such purpose is ONE HUNDRED

THIRTY-SIX THOUSAND DOL DOLLARS;
LARS; DOLLARS; that the fate of interest to be
paid thereon is five and one-half
(5) per centum per annum; that
the principal of said bonds shall be
,due and payable as follows: FOUR FOURTEEN
TEEN FOURTEEN THOUSAND DOLLARS five
(5) years from the date of issuance
of said bonds, and Fourteen Thousand
Dollars at the end of each year there thereafter
after thereafter until the sum of One Hundred
Twenty-Six Thousand Dollars of said
principal shall have been paid; and
Ten Thousand Dollars fifteen (15)
years from date of issuance of said
bonds; that the interest on each of
said bonds shall be due and payable
semi-annually from date of issuance

until maturity thereof.
STATE OF FLORIDA,

MARION COUNTY:

I, P. H. NUGENT, clerk of the
Board of County Commissioners of
Marion county, Florida, certify that
the f oregoing is a true and correct
copy of a resolution adopted by the
Board of County Commissioners of
said county, at the regular session in
December, 1915.
WITNESS my hand and official

seal at Ocala, Florida, this December

ter bring.

(Seal)

P. H. NUGENT,

eniL86' UP ,n baid en deS9 h0"er Clerk of Board of County Commis-

En I tell '(em w'y sho' good oler Santy

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sioners, Marion County, Florida.
12-17-fri-dly&wky-4t

1 NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of

the Fifth Ju-

: come

Wid a doll en a sled en a railroad en
drum.
En dey drif off ter sleep wid a smile on
dey face
En dey am' not a cent I kin spaih In de
'place! "i -V
Hit's de las' thing I heah when I tun out
de light:
"Is e comin' ternight, mammy? Comin'
ternight?"
En I laughs wid dem all w'en dey plan
whut dey do
" Wid de things dat he'll bring en X say
. hit's all true! 1 -En
de white chillun up whan Ta wukin
dey 'low
Dat ole Santy he'll come, en won't miss
em nohow.

"Is e comin' ternight?" Lawd, I wisht Andrew Edmond, William P. McKIn McKIn-hit
hit McKIn-hit ud be ney, C. A. Rahme. Adeline I Over-

Dat he's com hyuh en fix up dls 'poblem street, W. P. Strunk, D. D. Knapp,

dicial Circuit of the State of Flor

ida, In and for Marion County
In Chancery."
Stuckey and Tiller Company, a Cor Corporation
poration Corporation Organized and Existing
Under the Laws of the State of
Florida, Complainant, vs. J. T.
t 'Michael, et al.. Defendants Suit
to Quiet Title.
To J. T. Michael. JoseDh Davidson.

Sarah E. Freeman, Eliza London. D. B.
.Borland Moses Jordan Banks, Eman Emanuel
uel Emanuel English, John Randal, Annie E.
Halliday, Alexander McConn, Charles
Harris, J. M. Mayo, Nancy Aldredge,
Gable 'Tyson, Amos O. Cooper, Bur Bur-irell
irell Bur-irell Godwin. 'W. R. Eflmond. Willi ttri-

'mond, Minnie Edmond, Mary Edmond,

for me!

Except ye become as a
little child ye shall in no
wise enter into the joy
of Christmas time.

Anderson Smith, Harrison D. Carr

It appearing from an affidavit filed
in this court this day in a suit com commenced
menced commenced by Stuckey & Tiller' Company,
a Florida corporation, against you and
others, that your respective places of
residence are unknown to complain complainant;
ant; complainant; that you and each of you are over
the age of twenty-one years: that
there is no person in the .state of Flor Florida
ida Florida service of subpoena upon whom
would bind you or either of you;
Now therefore, you, and each of you,
are commanded to. appear before this
honorable court on
Monday, Jannary 3rd, 1016
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you in the said court
by Stuckey & Tiller Company, a cor corporation,
poration, corporation, and to do further and receive
what the said court shall have consid considered
ered considered in that behalf,4 otherwise the com complainant
plainant complainant will proceed ex parte. It Is
further ordered that a copy of this
order shair be published once a ween
for eight consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in the said county and state.

where a person is dying, to cheer him. nock, jud2:e of said court and P. H.
; I Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof, at
'Ocala, Marion county, Florida, this
Fishel Still has some ENAMEL-i the 3rd day of November, A. D. 1915.

tttat j TiTciTTT?fi j; m (Clerk'y Seal) P. H. NUGENT.

arju anu fioniiO 10 uispose ox.ai clerk Circuit

The Christmas Robin.
In many parts of England the robin
is associated with Christmas-tide.
There is a belief that on Christmas
eve these birds will sing near a house

cost.

St-wky N

Queer Spelling.
Jack was looking over the dictionary
and once he laughed aloud.
"Why are you laughins?" asked Dot
"Is your book interesting?"
"No. 'not interesting." aDswered Jaek.
"but amusing. It spells word- so dif
ferent from the way I spell them." them."-Sacramento
Sacramento them."-Sacramento Union.

Might Take the House.
"How do you like built In fund
ture?"
"First rate. In fact, it has one great
advantage."
"And what is that?"
"Installment men can't come and
move it out." Birmingham Age-Her
aid.

Whatever disgrace we have merited
It Is almost always In our power to re
establish our reputation. La Ftehe
fouould.

Florida.

L. W. DUVAI
Complainant's

Court Marion County,

Solicitor.

4-5-9t-fri

Dr D. M. Boney
OPTOMETRIST

J

EYESIGHT SPECIALIST

E

have recently returned from
New Orleans where I have
been taking a post graduate

course in optometry under the most
noted specialists in the country. I
can now be found in my office pre-,
pared to give th'ose in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
researches. My reduction in pr ee ;
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest'
to tho?e ii need of g!acs.
OHice and I.ahorafojy Rooms 2-6
Gary Block
'W'Al.A - FLORIDA

NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju

dicial Circuit of Florida in and
for Marion County InChancery.
C. C. Givens, Complainant, vs. Ed
mond D. Roberts, et ah, Defend Defendants
ants Defendants Order for Constructive
Service.
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: Edmond D.
Roberts, Mrs. Goldie M. Kellar and
her husband Edward C. Kellar, Ray Raymond
mond Raymond L. Roberts, Paul Roberts, Ran Randall
dall Randall Roberts, Mary Roberts, Mrs. Jes Jessie
sie Jessie McGrew, Edward McGrew, Ruth
McGrew and George Roberts, heirs
of RUTH ROBERTS, deceased, be
and they are hereby required to ap appear
pear appear to the bill of complaint filed in
this cause on or before
Monday, the 17th Day of January,
1916.
It is, further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for 4 consecutive weeks in the Ocala
Even'ng Star, a newspaper published
in sa'd ccunty end state.
This 17th day of December. 1915.
, (Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Coutt, Marion Coun County,
ty, County, Fla. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
D. NIEL FERGUSON,
Complainant's Solicitor. 17-fri-4t

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida,
in and ior Marion County In chanc chancery.
ery. chancery. ;
Stuckey fe Tiller Company, a corpora corporation
tion corporation organized auj existing under
the laws of the estate of Florida, com complainant;
plainant; complainant; vs Jane Ling-, et al., de defendants.
fendants. defendants. Suit to Quiet Title.
To Jane Ling:, It. V. Halliday, George
Kennedy and I. F. JLyon:
It appearing from tn affidavit filed
in this court this day in a suit com commenced
menced commenced by Stuckey & Tiller Company,
a Florida corporation, against you
and others, that your respective places

or residence are unknown to com complainant;
plainant; complainant; that you and each of you
are over the age of twenty-one years;
that there is no person in the state of
Florida service of subpoena upon
whom would bind you or eithfr of you;
Tirkr f liftref Aro v-n an1 a nf tt r 1 1

are commanded to appear before this
honorable court or
Monday Jannary 3rd, A. I)., 1916,
to answer to a bill of complaint ex exhibited
hibited exhibited against you In said court by
Stuckey & Tiller Company, a corpora corporation,
tion, corporation, and to do further and receive
what the said court shall have consid considered
ered considered In that behalf, otherwise the com complainant
plainant complainant will proceed ex parte. It is
further ordered that a copy of this or order
der order shall be published once a week
for eight consecutive weeks In the
Ocala Evening1 Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in the said county and state.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, judge of said court, and P. H.
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof, at
Ocala, -Marion County, Florida, this the
Sth day of November, A D., 1915.
(Seal) t P. IL NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court, Marlon County,
Florida, by Ruth Ervin, D. C.
L. W. Duval, 11-5-frL
Complainant's Solicitor.
NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, In and for Marlon County
In Chancery.
Stuckey & Tiller Company, a Corpora Corporation
tion Corporation Organized and Existing Un Under
der Under the Laws of the State of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, Complainant, vs. J. T. Mich Michael,
ael, Michael, et al., Defendants Suit te
Quiet Title.
It appearing from the affidavit of
the president of the complainant cor corporation
poration corporation and the sworn bill of the
complainant in the above styled cause
that he believes that there are per persons
sons persons interested in the property involv involved
ed involved in such suit other than the known,
defendants, whose names are un unknown
known unknown to him, and the said complain complainant
ant complainant therein praying for relief against
such unknown defendants, it is there therefore
fore therefore ordered that, all parties claiming
an interest in the following described
property, situated in Marion county,
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the. same being a rule day; that-this
order shall be published once each
week for twelve consecutive weeks in
the Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper
published In the county of Marion,
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Witness the Honorable W. 8. Bul Bul-lock.
lock. Bul-lock. Judge of the said court, and P. IL
Nugent, clerk, and the seal thereof at
Ocala, Marion county, Florida, this the
3rd day of November, A. D. 1915.
(Clerk's Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court Marlon County,
Florida.
U W. DUVAL,
Solicitor for Complainant. 4-5-12tfrl
NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of the State of Florida,
in and for Marlon County In chanc chancery
ery chancery
Stuckey & Tiller Company, a corpora corporation
tion corporation organized and existing under the
laws of the State of Florida, com complainant;
plainant; complainant; vs Jane Ling, et aL, defend defendants.
ants. defendants. Suit to quiet title.
It appearing from the affidavit of the
president of the complainant corpora corporation
tion corporation and the sworn bill of the com complainant
plainant complainant in the above styled cause that
he believes that there are persons in interested
terested interested In the property involved in
such suit other than the known defend defendants,
ants, defendants, whose names are unknown to
him. and the said complainant there therein
in therein praying for relief against such un unknown
known unknown defendants, it is therefore or ordered
dered ordered that all parties claiming an in interest
terest interest in the following described prop property,
erty, property, situated fn Marion County, Flori Florida,
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co-nplaint filed against them on or be before
fore before the
7th Day ot February, A. D 1916
the same being a rule day; that this
order shall be published once a weelc
for twelve consecutive weeks in the
Ocala Evening Star, a newspaper pub published
lished published in the County of Marion, State
of Florida.
Witness the Honorable W. S. Bul Bullock,
lock, Bullock, Judge of the said court, and P.
II. Nugent, clerk and the seal thereof
at Ocala. Marion County. Florida, this
the 5th day of November, A. D.. 1915.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clrk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida, by Ruth Ervin, D. C.
L, W. Duval. 11-5-frI
Complainant's solicitor.
NOTICE
A regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Marion Hardware
company will be held in their office,
Ocala, Fla., on January 11, 1916, for
the transaction of such business as
shall come before the meeting.
P. H. Nugent, President.
C. F. Flippen, Sec'y. 12-17-ri-4t

PHONE 503
For Good Wood
KIG Load fr 31.
YOUR ORDSR WILL F1AVE
IMMEDIATE A i TENTION
J. L. SMOIK
At S monk's Wagon Shop.

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-EIGHT

OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1915
ENORMOUS HOLIDAY MAILS
HYMEN'S HARVEST
TEN KILLED IN TENNESSEE
DR. FULLER'S OFFICES MOVED

i

GCALA OCCURENCES I

Mr. E. H. Martin is ill at his home
on Daugherty street.

Marsh's meat market will be closed
all day tomorrow Christmas Day. It

Have you seen those beautiful new
cameos at The Book Shop?

Mr. R. S. Hall returned today from
a short business trip to Tampa.
Marsh's meat market will be closed
all day tomorrow Christmas Day. It

Big assortment of sn.all Children's
Coats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky

WEATHER REPORT

Local Forecast
Cloudy tonight and Saturday with
probably rain northwest portion;
warmer northeast and central por portions
tions portions tonight.

O. K. TEAPOT GROCERY
TO CLOSE CHRISTMAS

In order to give our clerks a fine
Christmas we will be closed all day
Saturday. Be sure to get your orders
all in Friday afternoon.
2t O. K. Teapot Grocery.

Santa writes from the North Pole
that he will be at Fishel's this X-mas.

W. L. Lamar, formerly operator
for the Postal Telegraph Co. here,
I in the. city for the Christmas holidays.

O, girls, what could be a more suit suitable
able suitable Christmas present than our mil military
itary military brushes for HIM as a Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present? The Court Pharmacy. 6t

Marsh'? meat market will be closed
all day tomorrow Christmas Day. It
Cold weathe is here. Get a bigger
load of better wood for a dollar at
Converse's mul. Phone 234. 3-tf

Any two clerks from the office of
the clerk of the court at the court
"house will be given Coca-Cola in bot bottles,
tles, bottles, simply by presenting this notice
at Ballard's newsstand. The Ocala
Coca-Cola Bottling Works. It

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
macy. 20-5t

Everybody would like to have Mich Michael
ael Michael O'Halloran or Laddie for X-mas.
Call The Book Shop and have one re reserve
serve reserve d before they give out. 2t
Mr. Jos. W.-Dodge went this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon to Jacksonville, to spend
Christmas with Mrs. Dodge' and visit
his friends in the metropolis.

W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala.
Florida.

County Judge Smith came down
heavily on the negroes, Gabe Furlow
and John Henderson, convicted of
selling whisky. He gave them six
months apiece on the roads, and fined
them $100 each, which will give them
another three months if they do. not
pay. The judge will do what he can
to make selling whisky in Marion
county an expensive business.

The postoffice department of the
state is having trouble to handle the
great Christmas rush of packages.
The Ocala postoffice, despite the fact
that the business is much larger than
last Christmas, i3 handling it much
easier, for the reason that the men
are more experienced in dispatching
it, but more important yet, is the fact
that the public understands the par parcels
cels parcels post regulations much better and
is delivering packages at the postof postoffice
fice postoffice usually in proper shape, correctly

.weighed with the postage attached,

legibly addressed and a return ad address
dress address thereon.
The night trains on the Coast Line
last night could not carry all of the
packages offered them from Ocala,
the cars would not hold the mail and
more than a thousand pounds of
package mail was left on the trucks
at the depot platform.
The prohibition people must not de delude
lude delude themselves for a minute in think thinking
ing thinking that the "dear peepul" have quit
drinking on account of the newly
created desert at Ocala. A few days
ago there were left in Jacksonville
that the southbound trains were un unable
able unable to carry, 21,000 packages in one
day, most of which was booze.

On Saturday and Monaay. 16
jounds of sugar for $1 with one dol
ar's worth of other groceries, foi
asn. Smith Grocery Co. Phone 434. tf

i Fresh Rape seed just received at
the Ocala Seeu Store. 9-tf

A box of Crane's linen correspond

ence paper would make a fine Christ-

nas pr sent. The Court Pharmacy. 5t
Beautiful display of Ladies' and
vlen's Hats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky
Big Assortment of Dishes and
Platters at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky

The Smith Grocery company asks
us to announce that the store will be

closed all day Christmas, and their

patrons should remember to order
everything that may be needed be before
fore before Monday, the 27th.

New novels make the man a good
jr'f t. Look them over at The Book
Shop. 2t

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.
t The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank.

Why buy an inferior light globe
when the MAZDA costs the same and
H many times cheaper in operation?
They are for sale by IT. W. Tucker. 6t

Beautiful display ofXLadies' and
Men's Hats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky

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

Cupid has been busy sowing, and
consequently Hymen reaps quite a
good crop for Christmas.
Judge Smith, in the past few days,
has issued marriages licenses to S. C.
Thompson and Mrs. Bessie Mcintosh,
Lonnie F. Cooper and Ida May Rice,
Charles Carter and Edna A. Perry,
Charles E. Lucius and Mrs. Jennie
White. Mr. Thompson and Mrs. Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh were wedded by Judge Smith
in his office.
In the same time, half a dozen col colored
ored colored couple also took out licenses

Result of a Collision on the N. C &
St. L. Railroad
(Associated Press)
Nashville, Dec. 24. It is officially

j announced that the death list in .the
collision on the Nashville & Chatta Chatta-!
! Chatta-! nooea between Sherwood and Rock-

ledge yesterday numbers ten. Thirty
negro labors hurt in the wreck were
brought here.

For a 50-cent basket of mixed
Christmas fruits please phone 106.
Prompt delivery to any part of the
city.

Every boy wants an Erector set.
Don't disappoint yours. The Book
Shop has them to sell from 10c. to
$7.50. Erector electric motors for
SI. 00. 2t

See our line of fine candies, sta stationery,
tionery, stationery, perfumes and baskets before
buying your Christmas presents.
Gerig's. tf

Laughter Aids Digestion
Laughter s one ei the most health

ful exertions; is of great help to
j digestion. A sliL more effectual help
jis a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. If
you should be troubled with indiges indiges-jtion
jtion indiges-jtion give them a trial. They only

cost a quarter. Ubtamable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
One of those electrical vacuum
cleaners would make a splendiu
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

Big assortment of small Children's
Coats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky

See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
goods. 3t-wky
Full line of electric trains, engines,
motors and other toys at The Book
C1 IT 1 1 1

onop. iveep up witn rcoaern times t
end give your boy one of these in-!

structive toys. Also a full line of I

mechanical trains. 2t

Call and see the new electric globes
at the Marion Hardware Co. 11-15

For electric light globes see the
Marion Hardware Company. 11-16
Aifo tires, tubes and spark plugs.
Marion Hardware Co. 11-1G

Have you see nthe new style design
of cut glass at The Book Shop? This
is the first time that Ocala has ever
bad St on sale. 2t j

Your Photograph
Is the most acceptiable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent
ones.
YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
LY PROMPTLY DONE
Jome early before the rush begins.

REEVES

OVER O. K.
GROCERY

)CALA,

-FLORIDA

See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
?oods. 3t-wky

Thosti ivory tolet sets would make

HER a fine Christmas present and one j

that shell appreciate. The Court
Pharmacy. 20-5t

HE would appreciate a shaving
mirror set for his Christmas present,
and we have a complete line of them.
The CourtTharmacy. 20-5t

A basket is just the thing that she

wants for her X-mas. Put one on the J
for her and see her eyes shine. Get it
at The Book Shop. 2t "j

A Thermos bottK would make a fine
Christmas present for the owner of
rr? auto. We have them from pint to
two-quart sizes; with fancy leather
cases. The Court Pharmacy. 20-5t

Did You
Ever Eat a
Jax Fie?
Say! You've got some
treat coming to you.
Jax Biscoics

The Fuller dental offices have been
moved to the second floor of the
Union block, over hash's store.
9-6t R. D. Fuller, D. D. S.

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

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RLNT AND SIM-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS

POSITION WANTED By -young
man of experience in retail grocery
or bakery business; well acquainted
with city trade; good solicitor and
collector. Can give references. Ad Address
dress Address W. O. Chambliss, care the Star
office. 24-6t

FOR RENT furnished rooms on
first or second floor; private bath
with hot and cold water; also room3
for light housekeeping. Apply to
Mrs. L. M. Brinkley, 610, Fort King
avenue. 20-6t
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 on
January 1st. Apply at Pawn Shop,
Ocala, Fla. 9-6t

WOOD We can deliver on short
notice any kind of wood, pina or oak.
Converse Mill. Phone 234. 3-tf"
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HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf

FOR RENT One of the best located
stores and best stands in the city, lo located
cated located on the public square, is for
rent January 1st. Apply to B. Gold Gold-nan,
nan, Gold-nan, Ocala, Fla. dly-wky-tf.

FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf

jKEYS LOST A bunch of keys, lost
; somewhere on the streets of Ocala. A
reasonable "reward for their return

y Jacksonville Cracker Works SI to D. S. Welch or the Star office. St

BEST QUALITY BUGGIES AT

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MOST STARTLING REDUCTION EVER MADE IN

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BUGGIES, CARRIAGES and PLEASURE VEHICLES of

every description in the South for Cash. YTe have a large and complete

stock to choose from.

; ALL' OUR GOODS WERE BOUGHT IN CARLOAD LOTS and at a great
saving in prices, and when we say "10 '-'.below, actual factory cost" it means
that you can now buy a buggy at a price that vill stagger the most skeptical.

We also have a few FINE SETS OF HARNESS that we will let go with
these vehicles at HALF PRICE.

COME

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METS:structMap STRUCT1 physical
METS:div DMDID ADMID The ORDER 0 main
PDIV1 Main
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METS:fptr FILEID
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ODIV1
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