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VOL. 21. OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1915 NO. 309
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
Pressure on Austria's Bessarabian Front As
suming Formidable Proportions
If! SPITE OF THEIR DEFEATS,
London, Dec. 29. Russian troops
have occupied the important Persian
town of Kashan, according to the
Reuter Teheran correspondent, and
are marching toward Ispahan.
BUSY IN BESSARABIA
The Russian offensive on the Bes Bessarabia
sarabia Bessarabia front is apparently assuming
formidable proportions. Unofficial re reports
ports reports from Berlin state the Austrians
are holding their own, although the
Russians attacked eight times in the
past three days with a lavish expen expenditure
diture expenditure of ammunition and men.
PUSHING ON IN PERSIA
The Russians are still progressing
in Persia. The czar's troops have
occupied Kashan, a city of thirty
thousand a hundred miles east of
OTTOMANS PESTER THEIR
The Turks report the continued
jiuccess of their artillery in interfer interfering
ing interfering with allied operations in the Dar Dardanelles.
danelles. Dardanelles. A battleship and cruiser
were hit by shells and k the Allies'
landing .places have been bombarded,
disturbing transport work.
FIGHTING IS SLACK ON THE
Hand grenade fighting in the Chas Chas-lens
lens Chas-lens sector and bombardment, of Ger German
man German positions west of Navarin farm
in the Campaigne, are the only activ activities
ities activities reported by the. Pans war office.
SElfpf&ftS 75,000 STRONG
Athens reports state there are 75, 75,-000
000 75,-000 Serbian troops in Scutari and El El-bassan,
bassan, El-bassan, Albania, in good condition
occupy strong positions against the
forces of the central powers.
CABINET DECIDES ON CON CONSCRIPTION
SCRIPTION CONSCRIPTION The British cabinet has decided up upon
on upon a modified form of conscription,
the bill to be introduced in the House
of Commons next week.
The bill will give the government
power to bring in single men, and
will preserve Premier Asquith's
pledge to the married men, if found
needed. No official statement was is issued
sued issued at the end of the cabinet's pro protracted
tracted protracted session today and it is diffi difficult
cult difficult to say how serious, the present
situatiorTin that body is.
.SALONIKI IS SAFE
Dispatches from both Teutonic and
Entente sources indicate that the
probability of a Teutonic offensive
against Saloniki is disappearing. The
Bulgarians are withdrawing to pure purely
ly purely defensive positions behind the
Greek frontier, and Vienna reports
say the Central powers now regard
such an offensive as promising polit political
ical political embarrassments and no military
advantages, believing that the enten entente
te entente powers tire safely bottled -up in
ATTACK ON EGYPT
Reports that the Germans and the
Turks are planning a vast offensive
involving from five to eight hundred
thousand men against Eervut and
Suez are still presistent. Heavy guns
and amunition are beiner rushed dailv
to Constantinople and the British are
strengthening their Suez positions.
BULGARS ON A BENDER
Paris, Dec. 29. The Eleventh Bui
garian infantry, stationed at Gum'
uldzina, Bulgaria, has mutinied, ac
cording to information Petit Jour
N nal's Athens correspondent.
BERLIN ADMITS RUSSIAN PER
Berlin,'Dec. 29 The Russians have
made eight attacks against the Aus
t nans on the Bessarabian border
since Christmas, according to the
Czornowitz correspondent of the
, Tageblat. All attacks were repulsed
The Russians maintained a steady
gun fire for twenty-five hours.
THE SERBS YET HAVE A LARGE AND EFFECTIVE ARMY IN
GOVERNMENT MAY INVESTI INVESTIGATE
GATE INVESTIGATE EXCESSIVE PRICE OF
Washington, Dec. 29. It is learned
that an investigation to determine
the cause of the rising price of gaso gasoline
line gasoline will be conducted by two gov government
ernment government agencies. Federal Trade
Commission investigators are already
at work and the department of jus justice
tice justice will undertake an inquiry.
The Federal Trade Commission is
trying -to ascertain the truth of the
charges that the price's have risen on only
ly only where the bigger oil concerns have
no competition and whether the act actual
ual actual shortage of crude petrolium,
which is .offered as the reason, is the
cause of the increases.
THOMAS L. SHEVLIN
Wealthy Lumberman and Lover of
Athletic Sports, is Dead
f (Associated Press)
Minneapolis, Dec. 29. Thomas r-; L.
Shevlin', Minneapolis millionaire
umberman and a former Yale foot
ball coach, died here this morning of
pneumonia. Shevlin contracted a cold
while training the Yale squad last
LEVI J. KNIGHT
Captain Levi J. Knight, one of the
oldest citizens of this county died at
the home of his son, Mr." John M.
Knight, near Cherry Creek, this
morning about 3:30 o'clock.
He had been ill for several weeks,
having had a stroke of paralysis last
November. For the past several years
he has been living around among his
children, spending most of his time
at -Quitman with his son, Mr. Lawson
He came here in November to visit
Mr. John Knight's family, and has
been ill ever since then. "His death
occurred there early this morning.
Captain Knight was 87 years Tof
age and had spent most of his life
in Lowndes county, ."where he raised
a large family. He served in the leg
islature from Lowndes and in his
younger days he was a man of wide
influence. He ..was a veteran of the
Confederate army, being captain of
one of the companies in the 48th regi regiment.
ment. regiment. He was a gallant soldier and
won distinction upon the battle field
His wife preceded him to the grave
by a few years and since her death,
he has had no home except among
his children, who lived in many diff
erent localities. HiS children are
Messrs. Will and James Knight, of
Ocala, Fla., Lawson and Henry
Knight, of Quitman, Joe. J. Knight,
of Milltown; J. M. Knight, of Cherry
Creek, Mrs. J. M. Tyler, of Ray City;
and Mrs. Jessup, of McRae.
The funeral will occur as soon as
his sons, Messrs. Will and James
Knight, can come from Ocala, proba probably
bly probably tomorrow, and the interment will
be in the cemetery at Milltown. Cap Captain
tain Captain Knight had lived beyond the alot alot-ted
ted alot-ted span of years and retained hi3
vigor up to a very few years ago.
He has many friends in this section
who will regret to hear of his death.
Valdosta .,Ga., Times.
FORDS AT A BARGAIN
Two five-passenger Ford cars, fully
equipped 'and in good condition. Half
cash, balance monthly payments.
R. R. Carroll, at Star Office.
ANNUAL FEAST OF
THE OCALA ELKS
The Ocala lodge of Elks held their
annual game diner last night at the
Elks' club, There were over fifty of
the members present and every one of
them enjoyed the evening.
Mr. Harry Peter, who is in charge
of the club, had been working for sev several
eral several days, getting the house decorat decorated
ed decorated "with ferns, flowers and other
green things from the forests, and
with the many colored lights scatter scattered
ed scattered through the building and Mr.
Peter's wonderful collection of game
heads and ancient firearms that dec decorate
orate decorate the walls, the place presented a
most' attractive appearance.
Hunters had been out in the woods
all day after quail and 160 of these
delicious birds were served, roasted
with gravy and dressing. There was
a roast pig, also, many oysters and
other good -things, all of which were
entirely devoured by the hungry Elks,
a number of whom had been starving
themselves through Christmas, wait waiting
ing waiting the great annual feast.
The usual business, of the lodge
was transacted before the dinner was
served and one initiation took place,
that of Mr. Hanf ord, a druggist of
Leesburg. Several other candidates
were to have "gotten theirs," but
were not present.
Good talks were made on the "good
of the order" by several of the?mem the?mem-bers
bers the?mem-bers and. when the boys dispersed at
11 o'clock they were all well satisfied
with the evening's .program.
ODD FELLOWS' ELECTION
At their meeting Tuesday night,
the members of Tulula Lodge, I. O.
O. F., elected the following officers
to serve during the ensuing term:
L. E. Yonce, noble grand; F. E. Mc-
Clane, vice grand; W. L. Colbert, sec
retary; J. H. Benjamin, treasurer;
J. D. Wilkes delegate and H. D.
Stokes alternate to the grand lodge;
Jake Brown, trustee. W. L. Colbert
was recommended for district deputy
These officers will be installed at
the next meeting of the lodge, Tues
day evening, Jan. 4.
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS'
AID TO BUSY MEN
The Munroe & Chambliss Bank has
made its annual distribution of cal calendars,
endars, calendars, an event always awaited with
pleasant anticipation by its friends.
The-calendar this year is a fortuitous
combination of elegance and useful usefulness
ness usefulness and will refresh the eyes and aid
the memories of the possessors all
thru the year 1916.
MAXWELL CARS COMING
I have a double decked carload of
six Maxwell cars that were shipped
from Detroit on Dec. 21st. These
cars will arrive in Ocala about Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. There is one of them unsold.
Speak quick if you want it.
R. R. Carroll, Distributor.
LYNCHING AT REDDICK
A young negro named Nimrod Sims
was lynched at Reddick last night.
He waylaid two children, a boy of five
years and a girl of four, while they
were on their way home about a quar quarter
ter quarter of a mile from Reddick, and at attempted
tempted attempted an assault on the little girl.
Both she and her brother fought and
screamed ( and the negro ran away.
He was found this morning hanging
to a tree. The verdict of the coron coroner's
er's coroner's jury was that Sims came to hi3
death at the hands of unknown par parties.
ties. parties. He was only fifteen years old.
Cold weathei is here. Get a bigger
load of better wood for a dollar at
Converse's mill. Phone 234. 3-tf
AT ONCE HI' COMMISSIOHER III HEW
HIS OFFICE PROBABLY
New York, Dec. 29. Most of" the
eight men indicted by the federal
grand jury for conspiracy to cause
strikes in war munitions plants thru
Labor's National Peace Council, are
here or on their way to appear be before
fore before the United States commissioner.
Frank S. Monett, former attorney
general of Ohio, left Columbus yes yesterday
terday yesterday for New York. He is said to
have been chairman of the resolutions
committee of the council. The details
of the part he is alleged to have play played
ed played are withheld.
John C. Taylor, president of the
council, said he had notified the other
indicted officers to come here at once.
Whether Representative Buchanan
can claim immunity is a question. The
law states that congressmen are ex exempt,
empt, exempt, except for treason, felony or
breach of the peace during a congres congressional
sional congressional session.
It is learned today the work of the
government is incomplete. There will
be a new grand jury next week.
LAMAR AND TAYLOR SURREND
David Lamar and Jacob Taylor
have surrendered, one of the other
indicted men is in the city and one is
on the way. Warrants will be sent
to Washington for the others, unless
assurances are received today that
will come here.
WILD GOOSE CHASE"
FAILED TO ARRIVE
But the Temple Has a Good Show,
All the Same
Mr. Bennett of the Temple regrets
to have to inform his patrons that
"The Wild Goose Chase," his feature
for this evening, failed to arrive.. He
will ha vest good show, however,-with
the' PathS News, a two-reel drama
and a good comic. : t
ACCIDENT TO MISS PORTER
Just before noon today Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter suffered quite a pain painful
ful painful accident. She slipped and fell on
the back porch of her home, where
the floor was wet from the rains,
and struck a small box, sustaining a
broken rib. The wound was given
immediate attention and she is now
resting easily and will soon be able to
leave her room. Her many friends
will be glad to know that Miss Por Porter's
ter's Porter's injury is no worse.
A social of the Ladies' Aid Society
of the Presbyterian churgh will be
given by Dr. and Mrs. J. R. Herndon
at the manse on Friday, December
31st, from 3 to 8 p. m. A cordial in invitation
vitation invitation extended to all.
Mrs. R. L. Andersca, Sec'y.
Mr. J. A. Thomas, chief of police
of Winston-Salem, N. C, is in 'the
city on a visit to his brother, Mr. A.
Robert Magruder, owing to illness
could not reach home today in time
for the funeral of his brother, J. B.
Magruder Jr. Many of his friends in
Orlando will be pleased to learn, how
ever, that he will be able to reach
here by this evening. He left the
hospital at San Antonio, Texas, on
the 21st and is now rapidly recover
ing from his recent illness. Orlando
Mr. Magruder has been a visitor to
Ocala on several occasions.
Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Chilton and two
children of Livingston, Tenn., are
among the new comers to Ocala, and
reside on North Pond street. Mr.
Chilton made a trip to Ocala last win winter,
ter, winter, liked everything he saw here and
determined to make this his home if
his family thought as much of the
city as he did. Hence he has brought
his family to spend the winter here
"on probation" and hopes to make
Ocala his future home. Mr. Chilton
is a lawyer and will practice in. our
courts if he decides to stay here.
Carter's Delicious Cake Cake-Buy
Buy Cake-Buy it for the children's "sake "sake-It,
It, "sake-It, is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them t.11 the time,
tf Carter Bakery.
OLD MAN HUERTA FINDS HIS
Washington, Dec. 29. El Paso au authorities
thorities authorities report that General Huerta
is seriously but not dangerously ill.
The authorities have been notified to
use their own discretion of releasing
the guard of which Huerta complain complained.
ed. complained. V
Program for the Next Meeting, Jan.
8th at Fairfield
Saturday, January 8th, the Marion
County Educational Association will
hold its regular monthly meeting at
Fairfield. All teachers who can pos possibly
sibly possibly attend, will not only derive
pleasure but benefit from the follow following
ing following very interesting program, com commencing
mencing commencing at 10 a. nr.:
Welcome address by Hon. M. L.
Reading of the constitution of the
Paper or Address, Regular Attend Attendance,
ance, Attendance, Its Importance and How to Se Secure
cure Secure It, by Miss Catherine Salter,
principal of Fellowship school.
Discussion. Leader, Miss Abbie
Stokes, teacher" of Shiloh school.
"'T The Importance of Making School
Work ( Interesting and Attractive, by
Mr. J. M. Feagle, principal of Citra
How This May be Done, by Mr. J.
J. Beard, principal of Pedro school.
Noon1 and lunch on the grounds.'
Song, Battle Hymn of the Republic.
Address by Dr. Jno. A. Thackston,
state high school inspector.
On Freight Secured by the Ocala
To show how a systematic and per persistent
sistent persistent effort along the right line can
accomplish results, we would like to
recite what Manager Harry Booth of
the Ocala Knitting Mills has done in
the way of securing lower freight
rates for his products.
When he began shipping a few
months ago, Mr. Booth, for instance,
paid (or his selling agents did, when
a delivered price was quoted) $1.20
per hundred pounds on knitted goods
from Ocala to Baltimore. The rate
was one cent more per hundred to
New York and Philadelphia, and at
the same time the local rate to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville was 61 cents, which local
rate had to be added to the rate be
yond of 59 cents. Mr, Booth now has
a rate of y cents per hundred
pounds on his knitted goods to Bal Baltimore
timore Baltimore and 80 cents to New York and
Philadelphia, with a corresponding
reduction to all points on the eastern
seaboard as well as west as far as
St. Louis and even beyond. The local
rate now to Jacksonville is 20 cents
against 61 cents before.
Mr. Booth went right square after
the Interstate Commerce Cammis Cammis-sion,
sion, Cammis-sion, having been well posted on rates
himself, and then later on Mr. Capps,
vice president of the Seaboard, paid
a visit to the mills and was told
what was wanted and what he was
going to have before he quit he got
it and has made a net saving of 40
cents per hundred pounds on his out
Mr. Booth was formerly with some
of the Georgia knitting mills arid
knew as well what the rates should
be as the rate men themselves. Be Before
fore Before he is through with it, he is 'go 'going
ing 'going to obtain some reductions on his
incoming freight as well.
VEGET ABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
r A ID
olUnkui oluuil 1a
Indication that Its Area is Increasing
GREAT PROPERTY DAMAGE REPORTED FROM EAST TEXAS
TO NORTH GEORGIA
Birmingham, Dec 29. The heavy
rain over Central Alabama yesterday
whipped into a gale between 1 and 2
o'clock this morning and heavy dam damage
age damage was done to property here and
in the vicinty. No loss of life is re reported.
ported. reported. Wire communication is ser seriously
iously seriously interrupted. Only one wire is
in operation to Montgomery, where
the storm was severe but no great
damage is reported.
IT SEEMS TO BE INCREASING
Washington, Dec. 29. The storm
over Louisiana yesterday gained
great intensity and moved northeast
to the Ohio valley, where it is central
this morning. General rains have fal fallen
len fallen east of the Mississippi river.. In Indications
dications Indications are the storm will continue
northeast tonight. Storm warnings
have been ordered posted along the
entire Atlantic coast. Most of the
damage has been to telegraph and
IMMENSE RAINFALL IN ATLAN ATLANTA
TA ATLANTA Atlanta, Dec. 29. Four and four four-hundredths
hundredths four-hundredths inches of rain fell here
during the last twenty-four hours
ending at 7 o'clock this morning. This
is the greatest rainfall since 1886.
Slightly less than four inches was
the average all over North Georgia.
HORSE FELL IN A HOLE
A .horse belonging; to Mrs. Close,
while being driven along the street in
front of Dr. Fuller's residence today,
found a soft place in one of the sewer
excavations, and went down so deep deeply
ly deeply that the fire department had to be
called to pull it out. The animal was
not much hurt. Hamp Chambers will
probably be able to qualify as com commander
mander commander of a sappers and miners' bri
gade by the time the sewerage work
Mrs. H. C. Jones, who has been ill
for several weeks, is now able to be
up and about her duties.
Col. R. L. Anderson is slowly recov
ering from a painful illness.
President Murphy of the Florida
Farms and Homes Co. of Palatka,
was in town today.
Mr. W. L. Armour, who has been
quite ill at the home of his wife's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Walters,
is able to be out again and with his
family will soon return to Pana-
Mr. Leslie Bostick, who returned
from Tavares the other day, has
bought the Harrington cigar and
news stand, which- is doing a good
"Flowers and Springtime" is the
title of a pretty picture on the hand
some calendars being distributed
among the patrons of Davies, "The
Tire Man." The pictures is mounted
on three colors of dekle-edged card cardboard
board cardboard and makes a very striking ad
vertisement for the concern.
Rather than pack them away, will
sell the few Japanese baskets at half
price. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
SEE TEE FARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Hunting season opens Nov. 20tfc
Buy guns, leggins, hunting coats aw
shells now and be ready. Manor
Laughter Aids Digestion
Laughter "s one of the most health healthful
ful healthful exertions; i is of great help to
digestion. A still more effectual help
is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets. If
you should be troubled with indiges
tion give them a trial. They only
cost a quarter. uotamaDie every
- PRESS : TIME
WERE SECURED EASILY
Captain Edward Drake of the Ocala
Rifles, found no difficulty this morn
ing in secunng the ten honorary
members that the Ocala Rifles are al allowed
lowed allowed to carry on their rolls each
year. The members so joining are
exempt from military service and
jury duty and pay into the treasury
of the company $10 each per year,
which helps out with the company's
W. C. T. U. MEETING
The Worn en's Christian Temper Temperance
ance Temperance Union met in the Baptist church
on Tuesday in regular session, with
Mrs. G. W. Martin in the chair. The
attendance was; small but consider considerable
able considerable business was attended to. It
was decided to have the cigarette law
printed on cards for distribution.
This law is violated many times a day
and no doubt this is partly owing to
ignorance of the state law, on the
part of merchants and officers, and
carelessness of the other citizens.
Adjourned to meet the second Tues
day in January.
M. Emma Washburn,
Secretary Pro Tern.
A middle aged man with four young
daughters wishes a' steady, middle middle-aged
aged middle-aged white woman who can give best
of references to keep house for him.
She would be required to do the house
work with the assistance of the girls,
who attend school. A good home for
the right woman. Do not renlv to
this advertisement unless you would
care to keep the position permanent
ly. 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
AN OCALA CITIZEN
COMES TO THE FRONT
Tells His Friends and Neighbors Of
Every Ocala resident should read
what a neighbor says. His testimony
can be relied upon. Here are his own
C. F. Hays, 703 S. Orange St.,
Ocala says: "I think that heavy lift lifting
ing lifting caused my kidneys to become
weakened. I suffered greatly from
severe pains in my back and I was of often
ten often so stiff and larae that I could
hardly work. I also had severe
headaches. Doan's Kidney Pills gave
me more relief than all the other med medicines
icines medicines I had taken put together. I
have had no occasion to take any Sid Sidney
ney Sidney medicine since, as the benefit haa
Price 50c, at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy remedy-get
get remedy-get Doan's Kidney Pill3 the sama
that Mr. Hays had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props., Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 6
OK LAW AHA VALLEY
No. 71 Leave Palatka, 7:30 a. ra,
arrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1 jQ5
irrive Palatta, 5:25 p, m.
Bear This in Mind
"I consider Chamberlain'3 Congh
Remedy by far the best medicine in
the market for colds
Mrs. Albert Blosser, Lima, Ohio. Many
piners are oi tne same opinion. Ob
tainable everywhere. Adv.
KNIUHT8 OF PYTHIAS
t Ocala Lodge No. 19. Convexities
held every Monday at 7:30 p. ra. at
Castki Hail, over the James Carlis'a
drugstore. A cordial welcome to vis visiting,
iting, visiting, brothers. C. B. Howell, a a
Cha3. K. Sage, K. of It. S. A3
GCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B, R, Carroll, General Moager Port V. Leaven good. Business Manager
J. EL Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postomce as second class matter
One' year, in advance $5.00
Six months, in advance ...... 2.50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
. One month, in advance. ...... .50
Young boys should certainly be
more careful in handling firearms.
Old boys, also.
We don't know how long it will
last, but there is some mighty fine fine-looking
looking fine-looking young corn growing in the
Among the Star's pleasant Christ Christmas
mas Christmas reminders was a postcard from
that jolly and clever bunch of Ocala
boys at Fort Lauderdale. ..
If, when you are as busy as the
devil in a gale of wind, a man who
has nothing to say comes in and
takes half an hour to say it, can that
be considered a gas attack? 4
Its true the navy is the country's
first line of defense, but if it is brok broken
en broken and no second line in the shape of
an army behind it, what will become
of the country?
Henry Ford should have taken to
heart that ancient, aphorism, "Let
the shoemaker stick to his last."
Building an auto is a simple task
compared with dealing with the com complex
plex complex dispositions of humanity.
Judge Alton B. Parker, who was
the democratic candidate for presi president
dent president in 1904, is spending the holidays
at Miami. It was the first Christmas
he ever passed away from ice and
snow, and he is in love with Florida.
Governor Trammell favors voting
the nation for prohibition but first of
all he favors voting Florida for
Trammell. Tampa Tribune.
How stands our genial friend, Per Perry
ry Perry Wall, on that question.
If the Zeppelins would drop bombs
on some of the munition plants that
the British claim to be working
twenty-four hours a day, instead of
on the shops and homes of non-com
batants, we would have some respect
Orlando is ninety miles from Ocala
much neare than Lakeland but
the Orlando Reporter-Star does not
reach Ocala until the afternoon after
it is printed, about 22 hours, while
the Lakeland Telegram is generally
here next morning. Why is this thus?
The price of gasoline not only is
soaring, but there threatens to be a
gasoline famine. Gasoline costs 25
cents retail in Ocala and the Star, is
informed that the agents of the. oil
companies are instructed not to work
for any new business, as the com companies
panies companies have all they can do to supply
their present customers.
A Star reporter, the other day, was
looking over the drygoods and cloth clothing
ing clothing store of Hayes & Guynn. This
comparatively young firm started at
a time when there seemed little or no
place for it in the business life of the
city, but by excellent methods and
fair dealing it has won its way until
now it is in the first rank. The young
men who own and operate this store
never overlook an opportunity to
please their customers, and their
steady work is bringing its just re reward.
In our sanctum we have a two two-bushel
bushel two-bushel basket, the sort carried by
cotton pickers, which we use for a
- waste basket. Into it we throw dead
copy, copy that never should have
been live, those of our exchanges
whose wrappers we never open, ap apple
ple apple parings, orange skins, banana
( hides, circulars, plans, schemes and
promotions for the benefit of the
planners, schemes and promoters,
damphool letters and anonymous let letters.
ters. letters. The anonymous letters go into
it. with less ceremony than any other
species of its varied contents.
Governor Trammell's announcement
that if he becomes an United States
senator he will vote to let the states
pass upon a prohibition constitutional
amendment, should not have been
hard to make, for there is something
radically wrong about any American
citizen who is not willing to let the
people express themselves upon any
important public question. St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Times.
Straub doesn't seem to be very en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic over "the governor's pro prohibition
hibition prohibition principles.
Says the very conservative Spring Springfield
field Springfield Republican: A veteran tells the
Army and Navy Journal how women
spies were treated in the civil war,
and it helps to explain the intensity
of feeling in this country over the ex execution
ecution execution of Edith Cavell. Two women
at New Madrid, Mo., were caught
conspiring with homesick soldiers to
pet them captured by a Confederate
lieutenant, who at once paroled them,
cutting; them off from further ser
One year, in advance........ $8.00
Six months, in advance 455
Three months, in advance.... 255
One month, in advance .80
vice. This, if not precinsely espion
age, was at least as serious an of
fense as that of Edith Cavell. But
what was done ? "The lieutenant was
held as a prisoner of war, while the
two ladies were merely talked to and
told that any further work in that
direction would be followed by send
ins them to St. Louis for the re
mainder of the war." In such matters
America and Prussia simply cannot
understand each other; they have no
GOVERNOR IS A GOOD GUESSER
The Star regrets to see the Miami
Herald, in the following, trying to
throw cold-water on Governor Tram
mell's recent announcement of his
stand for national prohibition.
Governor Takes Charge of the Gale
. "No surprise will be felt in this
state that at just what he considers
the psychological moment, Governor
Trammell should announce his adher
ence to the national prohibition prop proposition,
osition, proposition, that is,, the plan o submit submitting,
ting, submitting, through resolutions of Congress,
a prohibition amendment to the leg legislatures
islatures legislatures of the various states for
adoption or rejection. The governor
has a very great faculty for waiting
until he is assured of which way the
wind is. blowing and then taking
charge jaf the gale. He probably
figures that F lorida is ready lor a
state wide prohibition movement for
itself and that that wave, if it cul
minates, will also carry himself to
the goal of the United States sena
torship, which he so earnestly de
About the only kick we have on our
congressman, Frank Clark, is his at
tempt to have the government waste
$25,000 on a monument to Osceola
The Seminole chief may have been al
right as an Indian, but from a white
man's standpoint he was a bloody
savage who would have murdered
an mutilated any of our grandfath grandfathers
ers grandfathers if he had had the chance. If a
monument is to be erected to any
Floridian," what's the matter with
Napoleon B. Broward? He was a
much better man than ; Osceola, and
worth more, not only to Fldrida, bu
to the world at large. The Star re
commends Mr. Clark to let that $25,
000 go on the Oklawaha improve'
ment, buying ammunition for the
army or some other thing really
Dr. J. Walter Hood of this city, in
returning from Fort Pierce, the other
day, made a record run for Florida
roads. In his Studebaker roadster
with two passengers beside himself
and a trunk, he made the 241-mile
trip, in fourteen hours, twelve of
which was actual running time
Twenty miles an hour for twelve con consecutive
secutive consecutive Tiours is a mighty good re
cord for Florida roads. It may be
noted that the doctor and his party
came thru from Fort Pierce by auto
in much less time and at less cos
than they could have made the trip
by rai owing to the chamelion-like
system of transportation lines in this
state, which compel a traveler to go
around one end or the other in order
to reach the middle. Dr. Hood says
lots of money is being spent improv
ing the East Coast, some of the Yan
kee millionaires seeming to have re
solved to make a terrestial paradise
of it. He saw at Fulford, Mr. and
Mrs. Harry Lapham, ex-Ocalans, wel
and happy in their present home. And
at Fort Lauderdale he and Mrs. Hood
were given the glad hand by the
bunch of Ocala boys who are making
good in that thriving little Eas
What promised to be a gloomy
Christmas in Pittsburg, was turned
into a joyful day by the announce
ment that H. C. Frick, of that t:ity,
would pay the deposits made by
school children in the savings bank
which closed its doors only a few
days previous to the great holiday.
The act was one that reflects credit
on the charitable feelings of the
great American millionaire. We may
very well put aside any discussion of
the subject whether lessons in thrift
are thereby? inculcated, the rea
things being that the kids are not to
lose their one hundred and sixty thou
sand dollars. Miami Herald.
Is this the Frick whom the labor
unions denounce as a man without
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Work. Roof s repai ed or Re Re-shingled.
All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 457
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
WE'RE ALL "JUST FOLKS"
Through the efforts of Editor Ben
jamin of the Ocala Star, Editor Har Harris
ris Harris of the Ocala Banner, and others,
Marion county recently swung into
the prohibition column for the first
time in thirty years, and the prohibi prohibitionists
tionists prohibitionists are naturally joyful at the re
sult of the election. Evidences of the
bitterness of the campaign have pass passed,
ed, passed, and everybody was harmonious
and loving in the Brick City on
The spirit that should prevail in
struggles of all kinds is shown in
the following paragraph .from the
"Ed Carmichael felt so sorry for
the Star, when he read about its los losing
ing losing $93.60 by turning down two whis
ky ads. Tuesday, that he came over
to sympathize with it. Ed. said pro
hibition had cost him $800 this month,
and he wanted to mingle his tears
with some other suffering soul. We
all wept together. However, if we
don't starve to death this winter, us
and Ed will give a green corn dance
over the success of prohibition early
That's the way to play the game of
life! That's the way to accomplish
good results in all causes! Bitterness
produces nothing but bitterness; the
spirit of kindliness and brotherly love
produces tenderness, and tenderness
produces lasting good.
Most of us have never been in the
saloon business, but we've all done
things that were as bad or worse. If
we've been strictly moral, it is more
than likely that we've been hopeless hopelessly
ly hopelessly hypocritical; if we've gambled and
drunk whisky," we've doubtless tried
to counter-balance these faults by
showing mercy to other unfortunates.
Like many other high-strung news newspaper
paper newspaper workers, the writer has patron patronized
ized patronized his share of saloonists and bar bartenders,
tenders, bartenders, but he has never known one
who did not have his full quota of the
"milk of human kindness," nor one
who wished to injure him or any one
else who played the game fairly.
The years bring, or should bring,
a greater charity to us all, and a
realization of the fact that we're all
"just folks," we've got our problems
to solve and our snarls to untangle,
and the best way to solve those prob problems
lems problems and untangle those snarls is by
helping each other. True indeed it is
that "There is so much that is bad
in the best of us, and so much that is
good in the worst of us, and it be behooves
hooves behooves none of us to speak ill of the
rest of us."
The Times wishes a happy and
prosperous New Year to Benjamin,
the editor, and Carmichael, the sa sa-loonist.
loonist. sa-loonist. We hope well have the priv privilege
ilege privilege of attending that "green corn
dance" and trading upward boosts
with" both of them. Tampa Times.
Well have a t specially large ear
boiled for Huff, and we can assure
him that when it comes to -hospitality,
no one understands how to ex
tend it better than Ed. Carmichael,
saloonist no longer, but good busi business
ness business man generally, farmer and
staunch promoter of the interests of
his home city.
Call and see the new electric globes
.t the Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
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Arcadia, Flo. "I am thoroughly satis satisfied
fied satisfied that Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
of Smart-Weed are
the best of medi medicines,
cines, medicines, and when
M needed in my fam fam-wk.
wk. fam-wk. ily 1 do not be-
pay for them.
" 1 ne cares of
my household and
looking after my
my neaitm to a
Very low point and my nerves were quite
deranged. JMy nervous state made me
irritable and cross and 1 slept very poorly
The 'Favorite Prescription' and 'Golden
Medical Discovery' were what corrected.
mv reduced health.
"Dr. Pierce's 'Smart-Weed' is what cured
my baby of cholera infantum of the worst
form. JNo other medicine was given
Other children in our neighborhood, under
medical attention, died of the same trouble
while he was sick. A second child of mine
was also cured of the disease." Mhs. 1L
Holton, 237 S. Hillsborough Ave
An imitation of nature's method of
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when you take an alterative extract of
herha and roots made with Dure elvcerine.
without the use of alcd hoi, like Doctor
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery. This
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functions and helps in the assimilation of
food, or rather takes from the food just
the nutriment the blood requires.
Pure blood is essential to good health.
Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery
not only cleanses the blood of impurities,
but it increases the activity of the blood-
making glands, and enriches the body with
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i THE v
(Continued from Last Week)
Plot and Counterplot.
HE miracle of dawn crimsoned
all the east. The last boister boisterous
ous boisterous revelers were departing
from the fete of the mad mil
Only the butler, as major domo, had
speeded the parting guests, but the
guests had reveled and gorged and
swilled and cared nothing at heart for
host or mansion that had entertained
them with a Belshazzarlan feast.
And it was a Belshazzarlan feast,
and the handwriting of destruction
was on the wall.
In the small reception room upstairs
the unhappy wretch once called the
golden man sobbed on his arms like
the drug weakling he was. Vivian,
her hair in disorder and vixen-like in
her anger and grief, shook Arthur by
the shoulder and cried, "Where Is the
Blair, noting the open window, left
Durand and Vivian by Arthur and
crossed over to it-
There, down below, was Angelo, the
Italian gardener, up at dawn to his
work, plucking the diamond from the
sky from the rosebush. Just where it
had been cast through the wirlow by
the indignant Esther when Arthur had
proffered it to her.
"HI. there, you!" called Blair. Don't
take that! I am coming down for it."
The gardener,, who, like the rest of
the servants, bore a sullen dislike to
the whilom friends who surrounded
their master, growled an unintelligible
Durand, who sensed that the dia diamond
mond diamond had been found, sprang from
the room and made for the stairway,
with Blair beside him. They ran from
the front of the house and to the back.
But the gardener picked up a heavy
stake lying by the rosebush and stood
"I take to the boss!" he said. Nor
would he be shaken from his resolve.
1 K Z
ri v 4
Vivian Shook Arthur by the Shoulder.
And Durand and Blair, cursing his
stubbornness, escorted him backJnto
the house and to Arthur.
Vivian, realizing the diamond was
recovered, had ceased her vixenish de
mands and was again resorting to
wiles and cajolement.
But Arthur, shaken with shame and
wholly unnerved that they had de
ceived him as regards Esther's pres presence
ence presence in the city, his shame augmented
by the realization that Esther knew
now how he had fallen in his drug
addiction, took the diamond and staff-,
We Want YOU
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
Every day we will give a
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
at our expense. Watch the
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Phone 3 M -4 Rings
? A" A:
gered from the room, witn a rew mut
tered thanks to the gardener.
Reaching his suit, he locked, the
diamond in an ornate cabinet by the
great rear window of his bedroom and
then, pacing up and down, fought the
devil of drug desire for Esther's sake
and lost again.
The English lawyer Smythe, a knight
In armor in all sooth, escorted the
shaken Esther to her hotel, having
picked up the watching and waiting
Quabba In front of the Powell man mansion
sion mansion and taken him with them in the
taxicab. The next 'day she consulted
him about her affairs.
"I will see you safely back to Rich
mond," said Smythe gently. "Your
mother, you say, has recovered and
you wish to return to her. I am going
back to England resolved to let the
American heir or heirs to the Stanley
earldom claim the title when he or
they may choose."
"But what shall I do about Luke
Lovell?" asked Esther. "All his life.
except for tne brier revolt ne now Degs
forgiveness for. he served my, mother
"I would suggest, said Smythe.
"that our friend Quabba here stay be behind
hind behind us and see what he can do. He
may secure Lovell's release by, ap
pealing to Arthur Stanley, or, as he
calls himself now, John PowelL"
"I have no faith In Arthur now,
said Esther wearily. "He has fallen
Into evil ways through evil associa
But In her steadfast heart Esther
Jesolved to say nothing to Smythe now
jor Hagar later regarding Arthur's
"Welt" suggested the English law
yer, "our friend Quabba here can keep
us posted, and we may be able to take
up the matter of endeavoring to secure
Lovell's release from this unjust in
carceration after we return to Rich
mond. No doubt he chafes fearfully
in his prison cell.'
The next day Esther, accompanied
by Smythe, left Los Angeles for Rich
mond. Quabba. placed in funds by
Smythe, stayed behind.
Quabba was an Italian gypsy, and
his new friend and compatriot, the
gardener at the Powell mansion, was
at the train with him when he bade
bis respectful sidieus to his young mis mistress
tress mistress and to Smythe.
On the way back from the depot the
gardener, deeming Quabba needed
cheering, led him to the garden res-,
taurant La Bella NapolL It was a
humble place, nu arbored resort fre frequented
quented frequented by Italian working people,
Signora Soiari made them welcome.
"She has no good looks," whispered
Quabba's friend, "but you should see,
her daughter Rosa:-' Ah, Rosa is a
charmer, and how she will smile at
you if you pay for the better wine!
You should see her !"
It was fated that Quabba was to
see the ravishing Rosa. De Vaux; a
lady killer, to his way of thinking, had
also seen the ravishing Roea-
She had smiled at De Vaux in pass
ing, and be had followed her to the
garden La Bella Napbti. A-citizen of
the world, the dapper count, who spoke
Italian charmingly, knew welrhow to
ingratiate himself Into the favor of
the landlady's daughter and the land landlady.
lady. landlady. De Vaux ordered the high priced
chiantl On which there was the good
From their distant table in the gar
den Quabba and tbe Powell gardener
noted all this, but kept their distance
unseen and unnoticed by the languish
ing De Vaux. Fate was playing into
the hands of Quabba and his friend at
their table in the corner. He had a
grievance, had Cesare. the contractor.
He proclaimed it.
"Look you," he said, "I get a con contract
tract contract a good contract-to fix a roof,
and 1 can't get any of these lazzarohl
to go on the work!"
Questioned why by Quabba, Cesare
shrugged his shoulders and said:
"There are two reasons the loafers give
me. One Is that It is a nonunion job.
and the other is it is work at the pris prisonand
onand prisonand that they do not like. They
fear the prison, maybe for good rea
Quabba sat erect The prison? Luke
Lovell was in the prison! :
"Me, observe me! Roofing that was
my trade!" cried Quabba. "Angelo
here will tell you!"
Angelo. who knew nothing at all of
the matter, roundly swore that Quabba
was the best roofer that had ever left
' ... '.
At the Powell mansion suspicion, plot
and counterplot were the aftermath of
the grand fete. Arthur announced that
he would return to his business affairs
and had hinted that he was prepared
to pay Durand handsomely for his
services as a physician and would be re relieved
lieved relieved if he and his familiar, De Vaux,
would go about their affairs.
He drew a check for a large sum and
gars it to Durand. But Durand had
no intention of departing without the
grep.t diamond, word of which had
drawn him to this place.
Durand had held threats over Vivian
of disclosing their former swindling
association to both Blair and Arthur
did she not aid him and keep silent
On her part Vivian promised, but In
her heart she was resolved that she
alone would have the diamond.'
Arthur's return to his office was
made a happy affair by his employees.
His desk bore a large horseshoe of
flowers, and his secretary welcomed
him back to health and his business in
an earnest little speech.
Arthur, shaking as John Powell.
their employer, thanked them feeling feelingly
ly feelingly and alluded to the loyalty and serv
ice of his kinsman from Virginia, Blair
Stanley, who had so ably managed af affairs
fairs affairs In his absence. The little audi audience
ence audience applauded and the business of the
day was resumed.
(To be Continued)
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Elegant Dinner Given by Mrs. Home
Mrs. Maude Home entertained
with a, dinner of twenty-four covers,
last evening at her spacious Oklawaha
avenue home, the affair proving not
enly one of the loveliest and most
elaborate functions of the gay Yule Yule-tide,
tide, Yule-tide, but of the winter season. The
home was resplendent with holiday
decorations, brilliant poinsettias, jar jardinieres
dinieres jardinieres of holly and other greens be
ing used effectively to enhance the
natural attractiveness of the lower
Mrs. Home welcomed her guests
wearing a most becoming and hand
some gown of pink crepe meteor, with
trimmings of silver lace, pink rose
buds, white conie fur and made en-
The dining room table, drawn to its
full length and covered with a hand
some cloth, had for its central floral
lecoration a bowl of poinsettias and
extending down the middle were a
dozen crystal candle sticks bearing
red lighted candles with red shades,
arranged in groups of twos. Circling
the bases of the candle sticks were
delicate sprays of fern. On the serv
ing table was a crystal candelabrum
with red candles lighted and the buf buffet
fet buffet and mantle were banked with
greens. The place .. cards were sug
gestive of the Christmastide and thet
holiday color note was emphasized in
several of the courses.
The menu consisted of:
Turkey with Cranberry Dressing
Rice, Mashed Potatoes
Asparagus on Toast
Peas in Timbals Hot Biscuit
Grapefruit Salad .. ....
Ice Cream Cake Salted Almonds
Coffee Mints Nuts
The salad was served in grapefruit
baskets and was topped with red S
burg. The bride is a sister of Mrs.
Haven and Mr. Dupree.
Woman's Club Meeting Postponed
The business meeting of the Wom Women's
en's Women's Club to be held next Saturday
afternoon has been postponed until
Saturday, January 8th, at 3 o'clock.
The program for the afterinoon is in
charge of the animal protection com committee
mittee committee and on account of illness in
the home of the chairman, Mrs. G. T.
Maughs, the postponement is neces necessary.
Silver New Year Tea
Combining its regular monthly sil silver
ver silver teas of December and January,
the Ladies' Aid Society of the "Pres "Presbyterian
byterian "Presbyterian church will give a New Year
tea Friday afternoon and evening at
the home of Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Hem Hem-don
don Hem-don at the manse. All members of the
congregation and their friends are ex extended
tended extended a cordial invitation to attend.
Cards' Announcing the Wilson-Gait
Last week about 35,000 cards were
sent out f rpm the White House an announcing
nouncing announcing the marriage of the presi president
dent president and Mrs. Gait, the entire official
and social lists of the White House
being used, besides the circle of inti intimate
mate intimate friends of both the bride and
The form in which the announce announcement
ment announcement is prepared sets a precedent in
these matters. A plain double sheet
of folded white paper with blocked
edges is used. On it is engraved.
Mr. Woodrow Wilson
Mrs. Norman Gait,
' Nee Edith Boiling
Announce their marriage
On Saturday, the eighteenth of
Nineteen Hundred and fifteen
Washington, D. C.
Dr. B. B. Todd concluded today a
Christmas visit to his mother, Mrs.
R. G. Todd, leaving for Atlanta,
where he is building up a splendid
3Irs. Maude B. Little, Editor
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it Your Ad. in the Star.
cherries. ; During dinner a program
of attractive selections was rendered
on the victrola, the music adding to
the enjoyment of the two hours and
a half spent at the table.
.Dinner was served at 6 o'clock and
seated at, the table, were Mrs. Home,
Misses Lois Epperson, Eugenia Ful Fuller,
ler, Fuller, Sarah Pearl Martini Marguerite
Porter, Tommie Standley, Nellie
Beckham, Alice Sexton, Annie Lips Lips-combe,
combe, Lips-combe, Mildred Woodward, Minnie
Stovall, Annie Atkinson, Rev. and
Mrs. Bunyan Stephens, Messrs. W.
M. Martin, W. B. Gallagher, Landis
Blitch, O. B. Howse, Norman Home,
Walter Mixon, Carlton Ervin, Joe
Borden and Prof. Erwin.
, On returning to the double parlors
the curtains were drawn and in the
rear parlor a Christmas, electrically
lighted and elaborately trimmed, was
revealed. Santa Claus was in at
tendance and distributed to each
guest a personally marked souvenir.
They were toys, such as musical in instruments,
struments, instruments, barnyard fowls, kit of
tools, jumping jacks, etc., and a bed
lam followed after the distribution.
Games of all kinds were played in
which the trio of young daughters of
the home, Mis? Ethel, Elizabeth and
Lucile Home and Miss Theo Beck
At a late hour the guests reluctant
ly departed, having had one of the
jolliest evenings possible. With the
exception of Misses Stovall, Stand-
ley, Lipscombe and Woodward, the
young ladies present were guests last
summer of Mrs. Home in Asheville,
where she had a house for the sea
JMrs. Julia E. Stephens of Atlanta,
has arrived for an extended visit to
her son, Rev. Bunyan Stephens and
Mrs. H. H. McDonald is again the
guest of her son, Mr. Duncan Mc McDonald,
Donald, McDonald, returning today from a visit
to Miss Irene Gardner in Palatka.
She was accompanied by Miss Gard
ner, who will be her guest until after
Mrs. C. C. Bryant will have as her
guests for rook this evening, honor honoring
ing honoring her young sister. Miss Gladys
Farris of Jacksonville, who will be
her guest until Sunday, the follow following
ing following high school studens: Misses
Agnes Burford, Louise Rentz, Callie
Gissendaner, Theo Beckham, Irene
Tompkins, Messrs. Kenneth MacKay,
Norman Home, Robert Hall, George
Newsom, Rosco Meffert and Charles
Duval. A salad course with hot choc
olate will be served after the games.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Himes and
children have returned Jfrom Bushnell
and Wildwood, where they spent
Christmas, and returning with them
was Mrs. Himes sisters, Mrs. H. L.
Smith, of Minneapolis, who was also
visitine there. Mrs. Smith before her
marriage was Miss Johnnie Rutland
Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Haven of this
city and Mr. and Mrs. John Dupree
and family of Reddick were visitors
to Gainesville Sunday, attending the
marriage of Miss Florence Dupree
The Peninsula Club will hold its
next regular meeting Tuesday eve evening,
ning, evening, January 4th, at the Woman's
- 1 ,.
Mrs. Grace Burkhardt has "a pa patient
tient patient at Montbrook, leaving for there
today to take charge.
" Miss Annie Lipscombe of Spartan
burg, S. C.j was an interesting visitor
last night and today. Miss Lipscombe
has been spending some time at Sar
asota and Bradentown and is now en
route to New York to spend the win
ter with her friend, Mary Roberts
Rinehart, the author. She is perfect
ing herself to be an, advertisement
writer and for the past few years has
been studying in New York. Miss
Lipscombe accompanied Misses Lois
and Clara Epperson to the 'city yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Williston, to which place
she returned today, leaving tomorrow
for Anniston, Ala., for a visit before
After an absence of several months
Miss Josephine Williams has returned
and is being given a cordial welcome
by her friends. She has been in
Anderson, S. C, since summer.
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Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe will
entertain at their annual New Year
party Friday evening. For years
"watch parties" have been the custom
at the Weihe home and their friends
are looking forward to the one Friday
"with much pleasure.
Dr. and Mrs. H. A. Reeves have as
their guests at Inverness, the latters
aunt, Mrs. W. L. West and son Will-
iiim of Valdosta.
Mrs. A. Blowers is the guest for A
week of Mrs. J, A. Price in St. Peters
Miss Victoria Raysor went this
morning to Jacksonville, to have her
eiling eye treated. Miss Raysor"s
friends will be glad to learn that the
eye is steadily improving. She was
able to read a little a few days ago.
for the first time in weeks.
The friends of Mrs. H. A. Fausett,
now in a sanitarium in Jacksonville,
win oe giaa to learn tnat she is
steadily improving. She is expected
home in about two weeks more.
Miss Elizabeth Suber left this aft
ernoon for Tampa, where she wil
make her home with her cousin, Mr.
W. T. Moore, and family. During her
stay in Ocala, Miss Suber has made
a number of friends,, who greatly re
gret to lose her.
Miss Donnie Proctor of Eureka,
teacher of the Mill Creek school, was
in the city last night, the guest of
Mrs. Laura Wellhoner.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
Dade county remains dry! Another
victory for prohibition! And so the
water wagon is rolling right along
over Florida, until only eight wet
counties remain. Five hundred ma majority
jority majority for Dade county.
The W. C. T. U. holds a very im important
portant important meeting this week. They do
The Florida conference, which met
in Tampa this month, re-elected C. W.
Crooke agent of the Anti-Saloon
With Marion county dry, Ocala has
brighter prospects for a prosperous
New Yeaf than ever before! Watch
O thou invisible spirit of wine, if
thou hast no name to be known by,
let us call thee devil! Shakspere.
A new calendar on the wall, Ocala,
1916! A red letter year. Let us make
it a year for righteousness, law and
order. We can. Now then, we have
made a tremendous stride all together!
Woe unto them that are mighty to
drink wine and men of strength to
mingle strong drink. Isa. 5:22.
One of the best resolutions for the
New Year, is to start fair and square
with all men, all obligations well met
(for we can never succeed jtvith new
resolutions until we have fulfilled our
old obligations) and a conscience
oid of offense towards God and to
ward men. ?
If you wish to keep the mind clear
and the body healthy, abstain from
all fermented liquors. Sydney Smithj.
No, "prohibition doesn't prohibit"
when merely written into the code of
aw or held in sentimental solution.
But it is generally understood that,;
in order to do effective gunning, it is
necessary to secure a gun. When the
government municipal, state or nat
ional makes up its mind to stop
the debauching of its citizenship and
the prostitution of human life, it will j
find that the prohibition of the sal i
of intoxicating liquors as beverages,
a mighty good gun to have handyj
And the execution of the law, pro-j
hibiting the sale of intoxicating liq-1
uors is just as feasible as that of any j
other prohibitory law on the statute,
provided the officers are white and
honest. Nashville Advocate.
' Wanted a crusade; something ob
jective, something all enlisting, some
thing to set souls on fire with indig indignation
nation indignation and resolve. That is the per perpetual
petual perpetual need of any organization with
the breath of true and enduring life
in it. ;
President Garfield Evans of v the
Florida Epworth League writes: "It
is a source oi mucn gratmcauon to
know that the county of Marion i 3
dry." And he spells dry with three
big red letters. v
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The Florida conference .report on
temperance (at Tampa) this month,
was ah excellent one. In it was this
resolution: "That we commend the
arduous labors of the Woman's Chris
tian Union in their work for the com
plete elimination o fthe liquor traffic,
and we pledge them our co-operation
by opening to them our houses of
worship and in every other possible
Hon. W. H. Malone of Key West,
P. G. M. of the I. O. O. F. of Florida,
in writing congratulations on Mar Marion's
ion's Marion's going dry, adds: "Am entertain entertaining
ing entertaining hopes thatM(?nroe county will
soon line up with the other dry coun counties
ties counties of the state." So mote it be!
Be sober, be vigilant, because your
adversary, the devil,' is a roaring
lion, walketh about, seeking whom he
may devour. I. Peter 5:8.
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We keep fresx9 puro
Drixs and we know
Kow to compoiiixcl
Haven't you been eating too much?
See your doctor. Then come in and get some of our medicine to
cleanse and tone up your system and prepare it for a big year's suc successful
cessful successful work, v
All next year
Do Your drag business with us.
Anti-Monopoly Drag Store.
J. G. PARRISH, Proprietor -WETAKE
Send New Years Gifts
iottiose who sent you ClirfstTnas Gifts
WHEN SOME UNEXPECTED FRIEND SENDS YOU A
CHRISTMAS GIFT SEND A "RETURN PRESENT" FOR NEW
YEAR'S AND MAKE SECURE "THAT FAIENDSHIP FOR ALL
TIME. -.; i, : ; ''
OUR STOCK OF BEAUTIFUL GIFT GOODS DOES NOT SINK
OUT OF SIGHT WITH THE SUN OF CHRISTMAS EVE. YOU
CAN STILL COME TO OUR STORE AND FIND THE GIFT YOU
WISH TO SEND. A
PERHAPS WE KNOW JUST WHAT YOUR FRIEND WOULD
ENJOY RECEIVING. y
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
A. E, BURNETT
The Reliable Jeweler
Is the most acceptiable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent
YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
LY PROMPTLY DONE
CJome early before the rush begins.
rmRY our Fresh Meat it wil
ii please you. Fresh Veg
etables in season.
Also flnexJine of Groceries.
OVER O. K,
Iclver '& MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMB 4 LITERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
CCA I A, FLORIDA
For Good Wood
BIG Load for $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
J. K SMOAR
At S monk's Wagon Shop.
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec rec-orsd
orsd rec-orsd or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these Is the
recod history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man knowi
that he has got it alt
MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT THE ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK
fiorida title and abstract corporation
Put Your Ad. in the Star
and Mr. R. L. Jorden of St. Peters-
ocala Evening stab, Wednesday, December 29, 1915
I HAVE a Double Decked Carload of six Maxwell
Cars that were shipped from Detroit on Decem December
ber December 21st These cars will arrive in Ocala about Sat Saturday.
urday. Saturday. There is ONE of them UNSOLD. Speak
quick if you want it.
rr AT A rfrT TTT71"KT1 TTO
I H ALA IHAjlJKrJNIir t
Syrup cans, all kinds, Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
Fresh seeds of all kinds at the
Ocala Seed Store. tf
Get a Japanese basket at half price j
before they are all gone. Gerig's
Drug Store. tf
Mr. C. D. Schultz, one of Citrus
county's leading truck growers, was
at the Harrington today.
Farmers, before killing your hogs
buy lard cans from the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Company. 11-16
We have a few Japanese baskets
left which we are offering at half
price. Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mr. E. W. Davis, formerly of Ocala,
now of Orlando, was a guest of the
We have a very large assortment
of Waterman's Ideal Fountain Pens,
to which we invite your inspection.
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
For electric light globes see the
Marion Hardware Company. 11-16
Butter Nut Bread has the right taste;
None of it ever" goes to waste.
It is so pure, wholesome and good;
For health it's the very best food,
tf Cartel's Bakery.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Mr. Edward Tucker returned yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Jacksonville, driving
thru is a new Ford roadster.
Don't shiver in the cold. Buy a
stove from the Marion Hardware Co.
and keep warm. 11-16
Fresh Rape set! just received at
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
Auto tires, tubes and spark plugs.
Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
Mr. H. G. Seagrotte, a knight of
the grip, was calling on Ocala cus customers
tomers customers today. He has just returned
from a fortnight trip to Porto Rico.
Save auto troubles buy Diamond
tires and tubes from the Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
Next to 0. IK. Grocery Ocala, Fla.
The following reports of tempera tempera-ure
ure tempera-ure and rainfall are made to the Star
by the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
Max. Min. Rain
December 1 62 36
December 2 64 36
December 3 61 36
December 4 64 32
December 5 69 40
December 6 68 40
December 7 65 44
December 8 61 43 .05
December 0 66 43
December 10 65 36
December 11 71 39
December 12 61 52 .26
December 13 60 44
December 14 58 35
December 15 .63 34
December 16 73 34
December 17 77 58
December 18 67 48
December 19 65 39
December 20 60 45 4.03
December 21 49 33
December 22 55 28
December 23 63 34
December 24 69 34
December 25 75 36
December 26 55 29
December 27 68 36
December 28 74 42
Generally fair tonight and Thurs Thursday;
day; Thursday; colder in peninsula tonight with
frost in north portion.
ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS
This office will make close prices
on sets of tickets for orange packers
Afor the coming season. Write us for
samples and prices,
d&w tf The Ocala Star.
HOTEL FIRE ESCAPE SslGNS
The Star office has the regulation
hotel-room fire exit sign cards in
stock, as prescribed by the state law
nd the hotel inspector. Price, 25 for
$1; 50 for $1.50; 100 for $2.25. Pos Postage
tage Postage prepaid. d7-w-tf -11-25-15
Owes Her liopd Health to Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets
"I owe my good health to Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets," writes Mrs. R. G.
Neff, Crookston, Ohio. "Two years
ago I was an invalid due to stomach
trouble. I took three bottles of these
tablets and have since been in the
best of health." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
Our Beef Is
Many of our old customers
tell us that they find our beef
practically always the same.
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 goo J judges of meat.
The beef we handle is th
best we can buy.
Dories, Built to
BOILERS AND TANKS
BUILT TO ORDER
WHITE PINE and
& ALL HARD WOODS
Competent Force of Work Workmen
men Workmen for Road Work at
tmmmu. m iii mi i i
DR. FULLER'S OFFICES MOVED
The Fuller dental offices have been
moved to the second floor of the
Union block, over Nash's store.
9-6t R. D. Fuller, D. D. S.
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
HARION-DUNX MASOMC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening of each month at
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. M.
Jake Brown, Secretary. Ad
OHAPTEjS NO. 18, R. A. to.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth, Friday in every month at
8 p. m. H. S. Wesson, H. P.
Jake Brown. Sec'y.
WOODM OF THE WORLD
Fon King Camp No. 14 mbets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are always welcome.
J. W. Lamar, 0- C
Chas. K. Sae, Clerk.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. SM
meets at Yonge' hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 730 o'clock.
Mrs. Emily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Liiiian simmots, Sec'y.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
evening at 7:30 o'clock. A warm wel welcome
come welcome always extend id to visiting
brethren. M. M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
COXCORDLA LiODGE F. CJ. OF A.
Concordia Loage, Fraternat Union
of America, meets in Yonge."? Hall
on the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M
Chas. K. Sage, Secretary. Ad-
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O E.
Ocaia Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Ordev of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Huesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcomo. Club house
opposite postoffice, ast side.
L. H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise. Secietary. At.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 28
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthouse. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M E. C.
Kate B. Howell, M. R.
U 11 AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
"A" Club Entertained by Miaa Harriss
Taking a top place among the many
attractive parties which are being ar arranged
ranged arranged for the holiday season for the
school set and the visitors, ranks the
dance last evening at which Miss Car Caroline
oline Caroline Harriss entertained the members
of the "A" club of which she is a
popular member, and a number of vis visiting
iting visiting girls and an equal number of
The surburban home of the hostess'
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss,
was aglow with Christmas decora decorations.
tions. decorations. Miss Harriss with her brother,
Mr. Albert Harriss, and Dr. M. C. Iz Iz-lar,
lar, Iz-lar, welcomed her guests happily and
in entertaining them she was assist assisted
ed assisted by her parents.
The card programs, including
twenty dances, bore a large A hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted in gold and for the dances
victrola music was rendered.
During intermission chicken salad,
olives, wafers, sandwiches, coffee,
kisses and a variety of Christmas
cakes, including fruit cake were serv serv-ed.
Enjoying the evening with the at attractive
tractive attractive hostess were the club mem members
bers members "namely: Miss Ava Lee Edwards,
Nina Camp, Lillian Thomasson, Mar Martha
tha Martha Kate Rentz, Blair Woodrow, Eli Elizabeth
zabeth Elizabeth Davis, Mary Harriet Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Sue Moore and Miss Alma
Buchanan, Mabel Meek, Flora May
Bridwell, Belle Brazelton, Sophie
Burkhim, Lorayne Beville, Ethel Har Har-rell,
rell, Har-rell, Musie Bullock, Virginia Mayo,
Messrs. John Lucius, Hugo Mcintosh,
George, Alfred and Howard MacKay,
Wiley Burford, Sam Mathews, Leroy
Bridges, Duncan McDonald, Franklin
Watt, Jim Rentz, Clarence Meffert,
Whit Palmer, M. L. Mershoii, Foster
Hampton, Holmes Walters, John Cha Cha-zal,
zal, Cha-zal, Mrs. Nellie Waldo, Mr. and Mrs.
Allison Wartmann, Mr. and Mrs. C.
O. K. Teapot Employes Entertained
at Dinner by Mr. Clark
Mr. Harvey Clark, the popular pro proprietor
prietor proprietor of the O. K. Teapot, one of
Ocala's leading grocery stores, was
host last evening to a most enjoyable
dinner party, entertaining the clerical
force of the store.
The table was prettily decoraed in
Christmas features. It was centered
with a miniature Chri stems tree and
extending from the tree to each plate
were red ribbons on the ends of which
were kewpie place cards.
Covers were laid for the host,
Messrs. Howard Clark, Percy and
Emanuel Smith, John Batts, Frank
Gates, Ellis Copeland, Jim Bartley,
C. H. Lloyd and T. H. Harris, the
two later substituting for Mr. Jim
Pyles and Mr. W. H. Clark.
The deliciously prepared menu was
served attractively in five courses and
consisted of oyster cocktail, turkey,
cranberry sauce, dressing, rice, gravy,
potatoes, creamed peas, hot biscuit,
salad, wafers, ice cream, cake, coffee,
cheese, crackers and candies.
The evening was spent informally
and after dinner the men assembled
in the living room to smoke. The
cordial hospitality of the host was a
courtesy deeply appreciated and high highly
ly highly enjoyed by those present.
For Mrs. Cade
Honoring her niece, Mrs. E. B.
Cade of Washington, Ga., Mrs. R. A.
Burford will entertain at a tea Fri Friday
day Friday afternoon.
Of interest to many in Ocala and
viciinty will be the announcement of
the marriage of Miss Lillian Clarice j
Watkins, daughter of Dr. and Mrs. J.
D. Watkins of Micanopy, to Mr. W. C.
Johnson. The ceremony took dace
Saturday, Dec. 25th, in Micanopy. f
The bride has frequently been a vis visitor
itor visitor to Ocala, the guest of Miss
Gladys Drake and is a young woman
of charming personality.
Mr. and Mrs. J. F. Breen of Jessup,
Ga., were motorists spending last
night at the Colonial en route home
from Tampa and Lakeland. They
were accompanied by their two adopt adopted
ed adopted daughters, little Misses Loleta
Parker and Margaret Parker, daugh daughters
ters daughters of Mr. Morton Parker, a former
At a BARGAIN
TWO FIVE-PASSENGER FORD CARS, fully equip equip-ed,
ed, equip-ed, and in good condition. Half Cash, balance
W. H. BAKER,
The Children's Home Society
'itos society has provided for during the year just closing over Eight Hundred Orphan Children of
Florida. These helpless, homeless and friendless little ones have beeen cared for just as lovingly and
with every attention that they would have in their own homes, and most of them have been placed in
permanent homes of their own with their foster parents.
To carry on this great work, which the Star considers one of the most noble works of the state, has
cost a great deal of money and the society is short several thousand dollars. The society is very anx anxious
ious anxious to close the year out of debt.
Won't you send some money to the treasurer whatever you can spare, from 25 cents up" Won't
you do it now? Beter still, won't you write the society and tell it that you wil pay so much a year,
payable quarterly, and send the first quarterly payment with your letter?
One of the handsome little books, issued each year, containing a full report of the society's accom accomplishments
plishments accomplishments will be mailed you if you write for it.
You who have of this world's goods, send a small portion of it to those who have not.
This space is not paid for' by the society. It is a part of the Star's aid to this noble work.
Send all remittances to
361 St. James
resident of this city. Miss Lillie
Sykes, who made her home with Mr.
and Mrs. Parker during Mrs. Par Parker's
ker's Parker's life, was with them but expect expected
ed expected to return to her home in Lakeland
Informal Teas Given by Mrs. Chace
Of the very informal holiday par parties
ties parties the teas given this afternoon
and yesterday afternoon by Mrs. J.
E. Chace are numbered among the
most delightful. Mrs. Chace extended
her hospitality only to her special
friends who are entertaining holiday
guests and on both occasions served
Miss Rowena Griffin has returned
from Ocala, wheer she was the guest
of her sister for a few days. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville Sun.
Major L. T. Izlar after an illness
of three weeks with grip, expects to
be able tomorrow to go to his office.
. Miss Belle Brazelton of Kingston,
N. C, is the guest of Miss Virginia
Mayo, arriving yesterday.
Mr. S. T. Sistrunk and Dr. W. K.
Lane spent today at Montbrook, go going
ing going especially to see the former's
brother, Mr. Minor Sistrunk, who has
had a relapse since leaving the hos hospital
pital hospital in this city.
Mr. Earl Hall has had as his guest
for the week his college mate, Mr.
Franklin Watt of Leesburg.
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T7"FVP informed of the World's Progress in
Rnsrineeriruz. Mechanics asd Invention. For
Father and Son and All the Family. It appeals)
ito all classes Old and Young Men and VV omenJ
It ia the rarome M&gnxiae m wowutaaa or
home throughout the world Our Foreign
Correspondents are constantly on the watch
tor thine new and interesting and it is
Written So You Can Understand It
The Step MotM Ota-Haunt (20 Pse contains!
Practical Hints for Shn Work and easy ways lor the!
layman to do things rroend the Home.
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Uess and Telegraph Outnta. XJigUBes, coats, enow enow-Ishoes,
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rVJT KJLUASL ITlLfVlIMil
R. V. COVINGTON,
"Florida's Greatest Charity
V. Covington, Treas.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RNT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR FOR SALE Ford touring car,
fully equipped, in splendid condition,
at a bargain, lime on part. Apply
to R. R. Carroll, Star office. tf
FOR SALE A powerful 4-cylinder
roadster automobile, in fine shape
throughout, $200; one-fourth cash,
balance $25 per month. Apply to R.
R. Carroll, Star office. tf
LOST On Christmas eve, a brown
and white marabou (feather) boa and
half dozen handkerchiefs. Finder will
please notify this office. 12-28-tf
FOR SALE Pair of six-year-old
mare mules, weight about 1200
pounds each. Apply to B. Carter,
Ocala, Fla. 27-6t
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, pine or oak.
Converse Mill. Phone 234. 3-tf
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-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
LOST Suitcase, on Ocala, Lake
Bryant and Astor road Saturday, Dec.
18th, containing among other things,
clock, electric light, rifle cartridges
and key ring; owner's number regis- ;
tered at Commercial Bank. Reason-.
able reward. Notify Joseph Bell,
Ocala, Fla. dly-lt-12-31rw-2t
FOR RENT Six room cottage; bath
I with hot and coldwater; all modern
conveniences; one door south of Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club building on North Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa street. Apply to Mrs. Jake
Erown, phone 162. 12-27-6t
FOR RENT Desirably located cot cottage,
tage, cottage, five rooms with modem conven conveniences.
iences. conveniences. Apply to Mrs. R. T. Weaver,
at Haycraft Millinery parlors, next
to Masters'. 12-29-6t
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
WANTED At once, employment by
young married man, of good mechan mechanical
ical mechanical ability; will work at anything.
Address K. O. A., care Star. 291t
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
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Marion County (Fla.)
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