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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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WEATHER FORECAST
rally fair tonight and Tuesday,
northwest portion with frost

OCALA, FLORIDA, MONDAY. DECEMBER 11, 1916

VOL. 23 NO. 287

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Mil IE 111

CASH

fHOUSAElD AdD EIGHTY DOLLARS III

PRIZES TO ALL WHO TAKE AH ACTIVE PART

B

Hundred Dollars a Week

ssible for the Best Member

jpening of the Star's 3,000 Club
In heartily welcomed by the

oth in Ocala and the outlying
which are to be included in

paign.

agh the Star has conducted

campaigns and distributed

l i u i i

jiiuuuts in v-asii aim itwiitus,
fefore has there been such a
p aggregation of prizes offered,
ih an interesting plan of dis-

and the large number of

(ions received by the manager

13,000 Club today proves that

hcts are appreciated by the
I '
is the first campaign conduct-

tea la where there has been such

ity shown. No matter how

ter the club there will be a

r cash for each and everyone.

)lan of campaign is worthy of

ration. It is a hieh grade bus-

roposition. There is nothing

led with it in any way. It is

ortunity such as never comes

e in a life time; where you

jsolutely no chance of losing,
of influence, farmers, profes profes-men,
men, profes-men, young ladies from the

!milie3 can not fail to profit by
I? the 3,000 Club. It costs
p to become a member and
q for the prizes not a single
I A little of your spare time
jj of the prizes is yours,
liter the club and become an ac ac-"pmber,
"pmber, ac-"pmber, you should clip out the
Jtion blank and bring or mail
jie manager of the club and let

ip juu Kcl riguv auiiu
TRIPLE VOTES NOW

the next two weeks you will re-

ust three times the regular

of votes for your subscrip-

nd this offer i3 positively the

one that will be in effect dur dur-campaign.
campaign. dur-campaign. Never again will

eive so many votes for your

a rA no lrn rr no it w vrt that

Ujhave to win, why not make

i today and win the Maxwell
I he votes are cheap. If you are

jbt or you do not understand

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ou have to do, just come to the

nd let us tell you about it.

ARINE MERCHANTMAN

ARRIVED HOME SAFELY

(Associated Press)

in, Dec. 1. The German com

I submarine Deutschland, com

a quick voyage home from the

States, arrived at noon yester
xt xt m a1 TTT

PRDSPEBITY IS

iDT PF1ECEDENTED

Secretary of Commerce and Labor

Tells of the Nation's Great Trade
Expansion

Mill eiVEIl BY FLETCHER AT OPEIIIIIG OF
SOUTHERN COMMERCIAL C0I1GRESS

(Associated Press)

Senator Duncan U. Fletcher of Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, president of the Southern Com Commercial
mercial Commercial Congress, opening the annual
session of that body here today, urg urged
ed urged the country to turn its attention
immediately to thes establishment of
closer business relations with neutral
nations. He declared the greatest op opportunity
portunity opportunity lay in Latin-America and
China. The federal farm loan act and
laws preventing rate discrimination,
blacklisting and dumping cheap for foreign
eign foreign products in the United States,
Senator Fletcher declared, would aid
the planters and manufacturers dur during
ing during the reconstruction period after the
European war. The shipping and
Webb bills before Congress would be

important factors, one providing the

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Calculated by Rumanians to
Hold Teutons in Check

(Associated Press)
Washington, December 10. Unpre

cedented growth of the country's for foreign
eign foreign trade, the commercial advantages

which will accrue from peace and the

opportunity presented for a heavier
export business and greater invest investments
ments investments abroad are set forth today by

Secretary Redfield, of the depart department
ment department of commerce, in his annual re

port. "The report gives figures show showing
ing showing the nation's trade expansion of

two years and sums up the country's
commercial dominance as follows:

"Our foreign indebtedness has been
reduced possibly three billions. We

have loaned abroad a total sum since

the war began August 1, 1914, esti estimated
mated estimated at $1,500,000,000, and increas increasing.
ing. increasing. We are the wealthiest nation
in the world and the most prosperous
one. We have not wasted pur men or
means of war. Relatively to our fis fiscal
cal fiscal power today our debts are trifling.
Nations less wealthy than some of our
individual states bear a heavier burd burden
en burden of debt and interest than we.

"We are the only one of the great

industrial peoples at peace. Nations
turn to us for goods and means with
which to pay us for the goods. None
of us, in our wildest financial fancies

five years ago, would have dreamed

that things could be as now they are.

"To protect our reserve of gold,

which is the ultimate base on which

cur domestic credits rest, we must

maintain our export trade and must

continue to increase loans and invest

ments abroad. The work of the Bu

reau of Foreign and Domestic Com Commerce
merce Commerce is devoted to these important

duties. The report of the chief of
that service shows its extraordinary
growth and effectiveness In thou thousands
sands thousands of business offices its aid is
acknowledged and welcomed. Never
has our government put at the dis dis-poal
poal dis-poal of our business and industry the

helpful facilities that are now pro
vided. V 7;'

"It is of national importance that

(Continued on Last Page)

ships and the other permitting Amer American
ican American exporters to combine to secure
trade. Senator Fletcher said Comp Comp-ti
ti Comp-ti oiler of the Currency Williams de

clared the United Statess hould pre prepare
pare prepare to defend itself against all com

ers and be ready to finance the world

liberally after the war.

PROSPECT OF
PEHHTPDSTAG E
May Send Your Letters Cheaper and
Pay More for Your
Magazines

CLOSING OF THF
M. E. COIIF ERE1E

Miami Will be the Next Place of

Meeting Appointments Made and
Preachers Left for Home this Aft Afternoon.
ernoon. Afternoon. After a pleasant and profitable
stay of nearly a week in the city, the
members of the Methodist conference
have closed their deliberations and are
now on their way home. '

Their visit has been a welcome one
to the people of our city. The Meth

odist ministers of Florida are a splen

did body of men and a great power

for good. Ocala has entertained them

three times, and does not intend that
this occasion shall be the last.
Miami was selected Saturday even evening
ing evening as the next place of meeting.

winning over the ancient village of

Enterprise.
Sunday morning Bishop Denny de

livered an eloquent sermon to a
crowded house at the Temple, and
most of the other pulpits of the city

were occupied by other noted mem
bcrs of the conference

The appointments were read at

noon today. They are as follows:

MEANTIME THE

FEHSIVE

RUSSIA

IIS WILL ASSUME A VIGOROUS QP-

OUT OE WESTER H MOLDAVIA s

(Associated Press)

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 10. One cent
postage for local first class mail de deliveries,
liveries, deliveries, and a zone system of rates
for second class matter which is ex expected
pected expected to greatly increase the charges
for magazines and other periodicals
having a nation-wide circulation, are
provided for in the annual postoffice
appropriation bill as virtually com completed
pleted completed yesterday in committee. The

measure, carrying appropriations to

talling about $327,000,000 probably
will be reported to the House this
week.
Under the one cent postage provis provision
ion provision the rate on letters and other mail
matter of the first class, when de deposited
posited deposited in any postoffice, or branch
postoffice or Jeter box or postoffice in
the delivery district, for delivery
within the limits of the postoffice, city
or rural delivery district, would be
cut in half.

COTTON CROP

Almost Twelve Million Bales is the
Estimate

Washington, Dec. The final
government cotton crop estimate is
11,500,000 bales.
Almost Knocked the Bottom Out
New Orleans, Dec. 11. Cotton fell
five dollars a bale within thre emin emin-utes
utes emin-utes after the government production
report had been announced.

APPOINTMENTS
Bartow District
Presiding Elder H. M. Norton.
Alva O. E. Rice.

Arcadia G. E. Scott, one to be

supplied.
Bartow F. R. Bridges..

Bartow Mission W. M. Wilcox,

(supply). V
Boca Grande Mission T. W. Tom
kies.
Bowling Green J. W. Austin.

Charlotte Harbor Joseph Barton,

(supply).

Dixieland and Myrtle Street W. S.

Troutman (supply).
Fort Meade E. F. Ley.

Fort Myers, First Church J. P. Hil-

burn.

Fort Myers, Edgewood Mission H.

E. Swan.
Homeland and Prospect J. T. Mit
chell.
Kathleen Circuit J. S. Murray.
Labell Mission A." C. McCall.
Lakeland L. D. Lowe.
Marco Mission J. B. Reed Jr.
Mulberry H. J. Haeflinger.
Nocatee Circuit C. F. York.
Punta Gorda G. S. Henderson. K
Wauchua D. B. Sweat.
Zolfo Circuit D. R. Cole.

Editor Florida Christian Advocate,
J. E. Wilson, Lakeland.
Gainesville District
Presiding Elder A". E. Housholder.
Alachua Circuit Kenneth Hollister.

Indications today pointed more;

strongly than ever to the probability

of a new Rumanian defensive line
along the Buzeu river, which forms
the southern boundary of Moldavia.

Petrograd reports indicated the Ru Rumanian
manian Rumanian northern army held the Teu Teutons
tons Teutons along the railroad from Ploechti
to Buzeu. It seems necessary for the

Rumanians to hold here until the Ru Rumanians
manians Rumanians retreating from the region
between Bucharest and Tchernavoda
reach the Buzeu line. Meanwhile the
Russians continued the attacks on the
western Moldavian frontier and re re-ported
ported re-ported gains in the valleys running
westward. Apparently they hope to
eventually cut in behind the Teutonic
supply lines running into Rumania
from the north. In Macedonia the
Serbians reported driving the Bulgar Bulgarians
ians Bulgarians back northeast of Monastir. On
the Franco-Belgian front intermittent
artillery fighting and aviation opera operations
tions operations were reported.

GREECE MUST COME TO TAW
London, Dec. 11. The entente note
to Greece undoubtedly will be pre presented
sented presented tomorrow, the latest Athens
reports said. The entente may demand
complete demobilization of the Greek
army and the restoration of entente
control of posts, telegraph and rail railways
ways railways and the releave of imprisoned
Venizeloists.
INTERCEPTED THE MESSAGE
A wireless message from King Con Con-stantine
stantine Con-stantine addressed to Berlin has
been intercepted, said Greek advices.
REVOLUTION IN THE CYCLADES
London, Dec. 11. Athens telegram
today said a revolution had broken
out in the Cyclades, a group of islands
in the Aegean Sea.
A GAIN FOR RUMANIANS
Petrograd, Dec. 11. Rumanians
yesterday regained the positions east
of Ploechti from which they had been
driven by the Teutons, the war office
announced.

ARE TAKING OVEfl
THEIR OFFICES

Britain's New Ministers, Notwith Notwithstanding
standing Notwithstanding Illness of premier, are
Buckling Down to "easiness

ARGUMENTS WILL BE
HEARD JANUARY EIGHT

Court Will then Decide if Adamson
Law is Constitutional
Washington, Dec. 8. The supreme
court has decided to hear arguments
on the constitutionality of the Adam Adam-son
son Adam-son eight-hour law January 8th.

(Continued on Page Three)

OYAMA HAS CROSSED OVER

(Associated Press)
, London, Dec. 11.- Premier Lloyd Lloyd-George
George Lloyd-George had a severe chill this morn morning
ing morning and was unable to go to Buck Buckingham
ingham Buckingham Palace with the new ministers
to receive the seals of their office from
the king. Those who need not seek
re-election and the lords co-operating
with them received the seals at noon.
Ministers who must seek re-election
and those not members of parliament,
are taking-pyer jheir offices as though
all the official formalities had been
complied with.

wntiBG urn!

VILLA BANDITS

Residents of Guerrero District
couraged by American Suc Success
cess Success Against Robbers

En-

( Associated Press)
Field Headquarters American Army
in Mexico, Dec. 11. Mexican resi residents
dents residents of the Guerrero district and
Villaistas have been fighting for the
last five days, according to travelers
arriving here. It is believed the Guer Guerrero
rero Guerrero district residents, encouraged by
the success of employes of the Amer America
ica America nowned Fabricora ranch in defeat defeating
ing defeating bandits recently, have begun
operations to disperse the bandit
bands.

IN FAVOR OF THE ENGINEERS

May Have Highpower Headlights or
Their Locomotives

Tokio, Dec. 11, Field Marshal
Prince Iwao Oyamo, commander in
chief of the Manchurian army of Ja Japan
pan Japan during the Russo-Japanese war,
is dead.

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 11. The supreme
court has sustained Indiana's law re requiring
quiring requiring high power headlights on locomotives.

All kinds of seed for .fall garden
now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.

u..Have Only

MAYS

ilo Do Your

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Ladles' Oepanpfiraoot

Handkerchiefs in Crepe de Chene, plain and fancy.
Hand Embroidered Handkerchiefs, in white and colors ...... 25c to 75c
Feather Boas, in light and dark colors, . .................$ 1 to $3.75
Bath Towel Sets ........ V........... .. ............. $1.50 to $2.50
Beautiful Assortment of Bedroom Slippers.
Linen Towels from .. ........... ......35c to 75c
Bath Towels from 3 5c to 5 0c with wash rags to match.
Regular line of Ribbons, Fancy Cretones, Etc., very essential in making
your Christmas gifts.
Hand Mirrors, ranging in price from 5 0c to $150
Manicure Sets from $1 .25 to $2.40
Complete assortment of Odd Ivory Pieces, such as Combs, Hair Brushes
and Clothes Brushes. r
Odd Silver Pieces in Knives, Spoons, Etc, at very attractive prices.

Men's Depapttmraerat

Complete Line of INTERWOVEN Socks in plain and fancy silk 5 0c to $1
Combination Sets, with Tie, Handkerchief and socks to match $1. $1.25
and $1.50
An elegant Line of Bath Robes ..$4 to $8.50
A Beautiful line of Smoking Jackets $6.00
Fine Assortment of Christmas Ties in beautiful Christmas boxes.. 50c.
75c, $1, $1.50
Silk Mufflers to be worn with full dress outfit a fine Christmas Gift.
Metric, Manhattan and Eclipse Shirts, an immense assortment.
Howard & Foster and Hurley Shoes the best made.
High Quality Ready Made Clothes made by the Hickey-Freeman Com Company
pany Company and Schloss Brothers.
Nothing makes a more suitable or more appreciated gift than a pair of
our elegant and comfortable Bedroom Slippers.

toF2

Ocala, Fla.

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PAGE TWO

OCALA EVENING STAB. MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1916

AD A LOtIG HIKE

Regiment Stood Up Well on Its March
to and from the Rifle
Range

of Company G are again, on the active
list. It seems that some luscious oy oysters
sters oysters served Thanksgiving day were
the cause of the trouble, and while
the effects were far from pleasant
while they lasted, the good dinner the
men enjoyed offsets in a way disconfit disconfit-ures
ures disconfit-ures suffered afterwards.

(Tampa' Times)
, Laredo, Tex., Dec. 4 Leaving camp
at 7:30 Saturday morning the entire
Second Florida infantry marched out

to the rifle range ten miles from town
and participated in rifle practice,
which- included firing at unknown
ranges, by companies and battalions
in addition to the regular target fir firing.
ing. firing. This hike was the longest yet
taken by the regiment, as it is fully
ten miles from camp, making the trip

out and back twenty good miles for
the day, in addition to the exercises
at the range,
While the majority of the troops
were foot weary upon their return
t. m. t-: i

iiuu a uuxn j.eii uuu, wuku tuuwti we
regiment to be in the pink of condi-

uuu
Yesterday being the Sabbath, was
one of rest for the soldiers, and while
nearly all of the Florida soldiers
either attended divine services held
by Regimental Chaplain Spencer, or
went to the different churches up
town, the major part of the day was
spent in reading, writing to loved
ones back home and sleeping.
This morning was given up to close
order drill by the Second Florida on
the brigade drill grounds near camp,
wher the men again demonstrated

it A. At A. J.1 i.

mat uiey are past masters in uie art

of drilling.
The national guard troops here are
jubilant over news that the de facto
government and the United States
had reached an amicable agreement,
believing firmly that this will mean

sending home from the border all na

tional guard units. While the men
t 1 i i. 'it

nave ueeii i cctujr uv ui .. uuies suice

meir arrival zo go into Mexico were
they called upon to do so the stay
her has become more or less monoto

nous and orders to return will cause

much cheering and tossing of hats

. it a t .

among me national guarasmen.
After having suffered several days
from an attack of ptomaine poison poisoning
ing poisoning about two-thirds of the members

i

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anything:

made with Calumet Baking

Powder. Mother never had
such wholesome bakings until
she used Calumet.
"It's Calumet surety, uniformity,
purity, strength, that makes every bak

ing turn out right that saves millions
of housewives Baking Powder money.

Be fair to yourself use Calumet.
Received Highest Awards
yew Cook Book Free-'
e Slip in Pound Can,

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New Seaplane for the Navy.
The government is building at the
Washington navy yard a large sea seaplane
plane seaplane for the navy. All parts of this
new plane will be built and assembled
at the navy yard with the exception of
the motors.
The plane is n earing completion and
when finished will have -taken about
three months to build. It is the first
of this particular type to be built en entirely
tirely entirely at the Washington navy yard.
The new seaplane is a biplane with a
60-foot span and of 6,000-pounds
weight. It will be provided with two
motors, and will be by far the largest
aircraft In the possession of the navy.
It will probably be ready for a final
test In another month.
All of the nary aeroplanes are of
the hydroaeroplane type. For landing
after a flight and for rising into the
air a fair-sized body of water is neces necessary,
sary, necessary, as it is quite impossible for these
machines to rise or come back' to
earth by means of land. Consequent Consequently
ly Consequently pilots of seaplanes have it in instilled
stilled instilled into them from days of early
training that they can fly only in
the vicinity of large territories which
embrace lakes,' bays, seas, etc.

Let Well Enough Alone.
Why a man just back from the
Mexican border should arrive with a
new European war story is not to be
explained here, but the story which
Bob West. of Cincinnati brought with
him excuses any inconsistency, says
the New York correspondent of the
Cincinnati Times-Star.
Two Irish soldiers are retreating be before
fore before a brisk German advance when
one of them is wounded in the leg.
"Up on me shoulders, Pat," says
the second. "Oill do me bist for ye."
"Lave me be," replied the fallen
man. "Oill take me chances here."
"Up man!" urges the unwounded
soldier. "Oi'U carry yez t safety."
"Foine enough that sounds," replies
the wounded man, "an sinsible y'are
to propose ut. Oi'd get a couple more
bullets in me back an you'd get th
Victhoria cross."

Have Power In Their Tails?
There is a curious family of insects
the Poduridae, or spring-tails pos possessed
sessed possessed of a sort of seventh leg or
spring-piece, which is so placed under
the body as to give the creature a pow powerful
erful powerful aid In Jumping. Tests were
made with various members of this
family, and one tiny fellow, 'hardly
one-fiftieth of an inch long, made a
clear leap of 625 times his length. He
had, of course, a great advantage in
the possession of his spring-piece in

performing this amazing feat. But If

the toad and the kangaroo could do

as well as the spring-tail in proportion
to his size, the toad could hop a dis distance
tance distance of 130. feet, and the kangaroo

more than a quarter of a mile.

Japanese Captures Salmon in Waves.

A Japanese who has charge of "The

Cabins," the J. B. Dahlgren place on
Beach Hill, caught a 25-pound salmon

in the breakers. He was swimming
near the railroad wharf, and saw a

big salmon which had got into the

breakers, which, after some difficulty,
he captured with his hands. Santa

Cruz (Cal.) Surf.

1

1H

CHCA,

' Disagreeable.

A scientist says cannibalism is log logical,
ical, logical, as human flesh is the most di

gestible. Still, we all know of some

people we are certain would not agree

with us under any conditions.

V For White Furniture.

Use clear turpentine and a soft cloth

to clean white enameled woodwork or

furniture. It will remove every spot
without removing one bit of the gloss.

as soap often does.

Fertile Acre In City Limits.
John S. Ware, secretary and treas

arer of the Cumberland Trust company
and until recently deputy state treas treasurer,
urer, treasurer, Is an enthusiast in truck raising,
and has a most productive acre of land
connected with his residence directly
in Bridgeton. This year Mr. Ware has
taken from this single acre over $1,000
worth of produce, and with the fall

and winter crops expects to make the

yield run up. to $1,500.

A quarter-acre has yielded $200
worth of onions, one-third of an acre

600 worth of lettuce, and from an another
other another quarter-acre $150 worth of to tomatoes
matoes tomatoes have already been sold. Mr.
Ware will easily pick $500 worth of
fall lettuce and celery. The land Is

irrigated from the city water plant.

Bridgeton Dispatch Philadelphia Rec

ord.

FACTS PHESEHTED

FUN

Caustic Wit and Cheerful Comment at

the Annual Meeting of the
Gridiron Club
Travesties on the recent national

election and public issues enlivened

the annual dinner of the Gridiron Club

in Washington Saturday night. Pres President
ident President Wilson, members of the cabi

net, diplomats, political leaders, mem

bers and members-elect of Coneress.

ublishers and prominent industrial

and financial figures of the country
were guests.

Musical and vaudeville skits satiriz

ing public men and events with mem

bers of the Washington newspaper

correspondents corps in operatic and
thespian roles kept the guests in mer

ry humor. The climax of the enter

tainment was presented in "The Grid-

iron romes oi iyib, a musical re

view revealing facts, foibles and fan

cies of the hour. The scene for the

follies was laid in Lafayette Park op

posite the White House and revealed

as principal characters Vance Mc

Cormack, chairman of. the Democratic

National Committee and William. R.

Willcox, chairman of the Republican

National Committee.

At the close of an opening chorus

sung by a "Galaxy of States," with

the-theme, "Come, let us have a jolly
good time, no matter who's elected,"

McCormick and Willcox- were dis

closed and engaged in good-natured

dialogue:

McCormick Cheer up, Mr. Willcox,

the battle is over. Somebody had to

lose.

Willcox Somebody did.

McCormick Remember, you have

much to be thankful for.

Willcox Yes, we lost Utah, but we

saved Vermont.

McCormick Never mind that. Here

in the presence of this ealaxv of

states we can talk things over dispas
sionately.

Willcox -Say, I thought yoii said

the battle was over.

McCormick So it is. Tonight we

are just indulging in a little caustic

comment on current events.'

wuicox wen, u you're holding a

post-mortem, what was the matter

with New York?

McCormick Murphy, curse him.

Willcox What will become of the

Tammany Tiger? r

McCormick It will be an open sea

son on tigers for the next four years

Here comes the wandering minstrel

nOW. v

At this point the Tammany leader

entered to strains of the "Rogue's

March" and to felicitations from Will

cox who said he (Murphy) was "in

Dutch," replied that he "took a gam

bler's chance and lost," then sang:

Forsaken, forsaken,

Forsaken am I;

The Tammany Tiger

Is turned out to die:

I go to the White House

And find the door barred

For Wilsorf still lives there

And his heart is so hard.
With exit of Murphy the dialogue

between the national chairmen con continued:
tinued: continued:

Willcox By the way, did Willian J.
Bryan participate in this campaign ?
MeCormick Certainly. He support supported
ed supported the president loyally.
Willcox Perhaps. But he must

..VJEMPLE THEATRE
Wednesday Dec. 13
JOHN P. SLOCUM PRESENTS
The Swart, Jolly, Syncopated Musi Musi-.
. Musi-. cal Comedy Success

jlQJg

have had laryngitis. His voice didn't

carry as far as usual.

McCormick Speaking of weak
voices, the state of Maine had some
impediment in its speech on Novem November
ber November 7. From 17,000 in September to
4,000 is some drop.
Willcox But Colonel Roosevelt did
not suffer from vocal trouble. His
voice was heard throughout the land.
McCormick So I noticed from the
returns. He helped us in the winning
of the West.
Here the voice of Roosevelt inter interrupted
rupted interrupted the colloquy, saying: I am, now
devoting my attention "to my duties as
a grandfather. But my health is bul bully
ly bully In 1920 the country will know
where to find me. My address is still
at Oyster Bay.
Willcox What about New Jersey?
McCormick Hush, hush, we will

talk of other things.
Willcox Well, how about Indiana?
McCormick We saved Tom Mar Marshall
shall Marshall out of that wreck.
Willcox That's so. He was run run-ning
ning run-ning wasn't he. I wonder what went
wrong in Kansas.
Kansas I can tell you. Two dollar
wheat, ten dollar hogs, Ford machines
and player pianos.
Willcox Do you think he kept you
out of war?
Kansas I dunno. But somebody
got us out of debt.
The National chairmen continued to
comment referring to the suffragists,
Henry Ford and the lonesome "Demon
Rum" who had just been thrown out
of several more states. The "Demon
Rum" sang a pathetic song depicting
the hopeless future f or "Demon Rum"
and his rummy crew, when the follies
closed with the following:
McCormick It's funny, isn't it?
Willcox What's funny? If any any-thing's
thing's any-thing's funny tell it to me. I need a
laugh.
McCormick It's funny how the
world keeps going around, no matter
what happens.
Willcox Yes, but it will move very
slowly for the next four year.
Next came a vaudeville sketch, the
scene a theaterical booking office, -with
Roosevelt and Bryan, as "the Criss Crisscross
cross Crisscross twins," Senator Lewis, Colonel
George Harvey and other national
figures applying for engagements.
Roosevelt and Bryan were first tried
out: f
T.R. r
The Victoria Cross I'd greatly prize;
The Iron Cross I do despise;
But if I can't the hero be,
Some medals of my own, you'll see
They'll get the double cross from me.
Bryan
They got the cross of gold from me;
The Nobel Prize I've hoped to see,

Now, humbly, bearing my cross I
come
To say, "You shall not crucify the bum
upon the cursed cross of rum."
T. R. Say, Willie, what is the dif difference
ference difference between what you intend to do
to the democratic party and what 1
have. done to the republican party?
Bryan Well, Teddy, what is the
difference?
T. R. -You intend to make the dem

ocratic party dry and I have made the
republican party sweat.
When T. R." and Bryan had been or ordered
dered ordered out of the booking office, Sen

ator Lewis, of Hiinois, whip of the
Senate, appeared and recited a long
series of verses, of which the follow following
ing following are typical:
Who guides unruly Senate bucks,
And keeps the party on its trucks
Who is, in short, the whip de luxe ?
Jim Ham.
Who followed Hughes upon the trail,
And tied a tin can to his tail;
And put the "din" in dinner pail?
Jim Ham.
Who is the White House blushing pet,
The truly, only one best bet,
Of the Democratic smartest set?
Jim Ham.
Col. George Harvey, who predicted
the election of Hughes by a large ma majority
jority majority next appeared and was.chided
and election of a "certain professor
in New Jersey."
Harvey Moreover, four years ago
I calculated exactly what electoral
votes each of the three candidates
would have.
Agent -Wonderful. Have you done
by the vaudeville agent. Harvey said
he was a lightning calculator, and that
he had predicted the first nomination
any of the same kind of calculating
lately? f
Harvey (truclently) If you are go-

BLALOCK BROTi

i: V,U L.CAN I Z IN. C

His Business.

"That man's gone through twenty
fortunes or more."
"Great Scott. He doesn't look like
a spendthrift."
"He isn't. He's an expert account accountant."
ant." accountant." Detroit Free Press.

THREE FORDS

Three second-hand Fords at a big
bargain. Cash or time. R. R. Carroll.

Cheapand blgcan Baking Powders do not
save you money. Calumet does it's Pore
and far aupvrior to sour milk and soda.

Genuine BUTTERNUT BREAD
"made in Ocala" by Carter's Bakery,
at 10 cents a loaf. Insist upon hav having
ing having Carter's. tf

WITH
MR. CHARLES McNAUGHTON
Frisco DVere, William Blaisdell,
Lew Christy, John Paulton, Rollin
Grimes, Helen Yost, Marion Langdon
and

CHORUS OF FASHION SHOW

MODELS
Specialty Novelty Orchestra Including
Many Odd Instruments Seldom
HeardHere
EXTRA ADDED FEATURE
Joe Hess and Gertrude Bennett

In the Last Word of Modern Terp-

sichorean Art
Prices 75c to $2.00
Seats on sale at Court Pharmacy.

Gasoline and Oil
107 OKLAWAMA AVE.

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MAXWELL PHONE NUMBERS

E have taken extra care his season to have everything

stock that the sportsman may want. Our stock was

For the different people connected
with the Maxwell agency at Ocala,
call the following phone numbers:
R. R. Carroll, day, 51; night. 265.
Peyton Bailey, salesman and demonstrator,-
day 51 or 376; night, 355.
L. E. Yonce or R. E. Yonge, service
station, 376. 29-6t

PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
too small, tf H. W. Tucker.

w

bought before the extreme high prices began, and we are gi.,
. l 1 1 i t T

our customers tne Denent oi tne low prices ai wmcn we pun;uascu

I Shot Guns,
j Rifles, Pistols,

Carfrifiges.

Hating Coats,

eggmgs, lite.

TO i
WW
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We can save you money on your Sporting Goods, Call on us.

:oMiiiaiii9s Pawn SBao1

'WHY PAY MORE"

Ocala

4 j

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Oy die SteammsMp
Between
JacIssonvOl'and-New Yoric
Calling at Charleston, S. C
TflE FINEST COASTWISE VESSELS AF10AT
FARES, Including All Expenses

1st Cabin Excursion 2d Cabin St'rai
To New York ...........,...$240 $43.30 $19.00 $12.t,
To Charleston 8.00 12.00 6.00 4.C

Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL, Florida Paosonfjor Agon!
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib crty St, Jacksonville, Florida.

MEBCHAIIIS & MINERS TRfllPOilTATIOH C0H

TO
Savannah, Ga.
Baltimore, Md. .
Washington, D. C
Pittsburg, Pa., ..
Chicago, I1L, ....
Detroit, Mich, .

'Queen of Sea Routes"

FIRST-CLASS FARES FROM JACKSONVILLE

TO

$ 3.50
20.00
20.00
2555
....26.15
26.15

Philadelphia, Pa 222.4

New York, N. Y 24.4
Boston, Mass., 27.0
Providence, R. L, 26.0
Buffalo, N. Y 27.8
Elmira, N. Y ......... 25.7

Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer, excepl
tickets reading to Savannah, Ga do not include meals.
Staterooms on all steamers outside, large and airy. Steamships Sir
wannee and Somerset have special rooms, with brass beds and bath
toilet, etc. Wireless on all steamers. f
Steamers leave Jacksonville via Savannah, Ga., at 4 p. m., Wed
nesday and Saturday, to Baltimore, and Thursday and Sunday t
Philadelphia. ' 4
Through tickets to all points. For further inf ormatioh, illustrate
booklets, reservations, etc., write or call,
II. C. Avery, Agent. J. F. WARD, T. P. A, L. D. JONES, C. I
Jacksonville, Florida

Wliee OoIei

NofIIi, East of West
, See that Your Ticket Reads
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OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1916

page nmns

If 11 JJmWLL MOW TO eFOIM

lfrrlt JrXTRA 'ITVi'M -'Us

VWHm a i if

F THE CLU

THE Plan is simple. You begin with a certain amount, lc, 2c, 5c, or 10c, and in increase
crease increase your deposit the same amount each week. Or, you can begin with a
certain amount, 50c, $1,$5, or any amount, and deposit the same amount each week.

4

VEBYBODY CAW

Look at the different Clubs, in table below and select the one you. wish to join,
the lc, 2c, 5c, 10c, 50c, $1,$5, or any of the clubs: then come to our Bank with the

.Jl liiJ mas Banking Book showing the Club you have joined.

WMEN, WOMEN, BOYS and GIRLS, LITTLE CHILDREN, THE BABY. You can take out memberships for your
family and friends An employer can take out memberships for his employes. We will welcome everyone.

WHAT THE DIFFERENT CLUBS WILL PAY YOU

lc CLUB
PAYMENTS
1 1st Week ...... lc
2nd Week . .. 2c
J 3rd Week . 3c
I Increase Every Week
J lc Total in 50 Weeks

$12.75

2c CLUB
PAYMENTS
1st Week 2c
2nd Week :. ...'. 4c
3rd Week ....... 6c
Increase Every Week
2c Total in 50 Weeks
$25.50

5c CLUB
PAYMENTS
1st Week 5c
2nd Week 10c
3rd Week 15c
Increase Every Week
5c Total in 50 Weeks
$63.75

10c. CLUB
PAYMENTS
1st Week 10c
2nd Week ...20c
3rd Week .. .30c
Increase Every Week
10c Total in 50 Weeks
$127.50

50c. CLUB
PAYMENTS
1st Week 50c
2nd Week 50c
3rd Week 50c
Deposit 50c Every
Wk. total in 50 weeks
$25.00

$1.00 CLUB
PAYMENTS
1st Week ..$1.00
2nd Week $1.00
3rd Week ......$1.00
Deposit $1.00 Every
Wk. total in 50 weeks
$50.00

$5.00 CLUB
PAYMENTS
1st Week ..,..$5.00
2nd Week .....$5.00
3rd Week I..... $5.00
Deposit $5.00 Every
Wk. total in 50 weeks
$250.00

XCLUB
FOR
$2, S3, $4,
$10
or
Any Amount

YOU CAN BEGIN
With the Largest Payment
First and Decrease Your
Payments Each Week

REASONS FOR THE CLUB
VTo Provide a way for those of moderate and even small means to bank thehj money.
To Teach "The SAVINGS HABIT" to those who have never learned it.
It makes Your Pennies, Nickles and Dimes, often foolishly spent grow into dollars; dollars grow into
a fortune. Start your fortune today.
To give a bank connection and show You How Our Bank can be of Service to you.

FOfi YOUfiG AflD OLD 1

.The Sensible thing for all parents to do is to join our "Christmas Bank-

g Club and also put every member of their family into it.. This will

teach them the value of money and how to bank and HAVE MONEY.

Maybe this little 'start you give them now may some day set them up in business or buy them a home.
How often have you wished that your parents had taught you early the value of banking your
money.. You would be well off today. .Don't make the same mistake with YOUR children.

tie Pay

Interest

in our
Xmas
Club

OCALA, FLORIDA

CHECKS
WILL BE GIVEN. TO 1916 CLUB
MEMBERS ON PRESENTATION OF
CARDS ON AND AFTER DECEM DECEMBER
BER DECEMBER 18, 1916

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V M i UU If II H i U Nl I f 1 FI J-

It has always been our policy to help
customers save money, avoid waste and get
complete satisfaction in the purchase of all
kinds of building material. When they tell
us their plans we tell them how to buy
economically and what to use. When their
plana are indefinite, we frequently make
suggestions that suit the need.
CB5ed? Customers Me
Efriends
because we are friends to them first, last
and all the time. With a high quality for
a fair price guaranteed, profits take care of
themselves. Come in and get acquainted.

CYPRESS LUMBER IN STOCK
DAVID S. VEILaOHT
ONE 223 - Ocala Florida

w

7e Have tlie Equipment and Ability

I To serve you as you ought to be servied, and when you are not let us
r.sk you again, to let us know, for this is the only way we can accomplish
i cur desire.
I,.--.'. ..
i Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten-
ticnal, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.

saHa Ice PacMiig Co.

I:;:.J0NE"S4.

OCALA. FLA.

ell -00101

ESKIMO EARNED POSSESSION
DEAREST TO HIS HEART.

Big Steel Ship's Range Subject of His
Adoration His Igloo Now Easily
the Warmest in Ail the Terri-'
tory of Alaska.

Penaski was an old Eskimo who
ruled lu feudal fushion a little settle settlement
ment settlement about 30 miles away, between
our winter quarters and Port Clarence.
He had a wild yearning to possess our

siove. It was a big steel ship's range
that weighed 400 pounds, which, by In Infinite
finite Infinite labor, we had brought up the
Cruz-ga-ma-pa river by flatboat.
When you consider that the Eskimo
gets along with one fire a day in the
middle of the dirt floor of his hut,
the smoke of which goes out through
a hole in the roof, and the rest of the
time relies on hermetic sealing and
animal heat, you will see that It was a
noble and worthy desire. Further Furthermore,
more, Furthermore, Penaski knew an Eskimo down
the coast toward Nome who boasted
of owning a little cast iron heater; he
wanted to outshine that fellow.
Penaski was rich according to his,
own standards. lie had a home-made
still made of a coal-oil can and a gim
barrel. In which he made "tunguk"
from a mash of flour or rice. That he
sold to his neighbors at a large profit.
He had four wives, a good dog team
and plenty of furs and fish.
When the end of winter drew near
the stove became an embarrassment to
us. Our claims lay 60 miles farther
inland, and it was hard to get provi provisions
sions provisions in to them. If we carried our
big range over we might not be able
to take anything to cook on'it. We ap approached
proached approached Penaski on the matter. After
some negotiation he agreed to earn
the stove by transporting seven loads
of provisions over the divide by dog
sled.
. Bright and early the next morning
there was a howling of dogs and a
chatter of voices, and into our camp
came all the inhabitants and dogs of
the little Tillage. They loaded up and
started, 50 pounds to the dog. The
trip was a weary one to me, but to
the Eskimos, gorging on our grub, it
was a glorious picnic They would
travel only as fast as I would lead.
The slower we went the better they
liked it. We had to break trail by
snowshoes, and I led the way.
- By the second night I was worn out.
So was Penaski; but at every stop he
would come up and start an eager jar jargon.
gon. jargon. ; He would hold his hands five
feet apart. J I would nod. Then he
WOUI4 L&dlRa-tft th belebt mnA hrejtdtb

of fhe stove with liis hands. I would
reassure him, and he would start off
with fresh vigor. ;
The third vday was like a nightmare
to me. I was dazed with fatigue. Ev Every
ery Every time we stopped to rest I threw
myself down on a sled, seeing nothing,
hearing nothing, knowing nothing. Ev Every
ery Every time we started again I moved stif stiffly,
fly, stiffly, like an automaton. About midday
we reached our goal, unloaded and
started back.
We returned light and quickly. On
the fourth day we pulled into camp in
the half light of midnight. Penaski
demanded instant payment. We
dumped the fire into the snow and de delivered
livered delivered the goods. The Eskimo lashed
two sleds together, hitched on all the
dogs, loaded on the hot stove and
started off, howling and shouting, for
their village, 30 miles away. The last
we saw of our mammoth cooker it was
taking a flying leap down a ten-foot
bank, and dragging all the Elkimos
with it.
Alaska Joe was over that way the
next winter. He told me that Penas Penas-ki's
ki's Penas-ki's igloo is the warmest in all Alaska,
and that the Eskimo sits day and night
with his aged limbs crossed and his
rheumy eyes half shut, adoring his
stove. Chicago News.

SYNOPSIS OF THE GAME LAW

CITY OFFICIALS

Mayor J. D. Robertson.
City Clerk and Assessor H. C.
Sistrunk.
Tax Collector and Treasurer W.
W. Clyatt.
City Attorney F. R. Hocker.
City Physician Dr. H. F. Watt.
City Marshal R. L. Carter.
Chief Fire Department H. S.
Chambers.
Superintendent Street Depart Department
ment Department Robert Marsh.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. : -;
Superintendent Light and Water
Department J. C CaldwelL

Encourage home industry by IN INSISTING
SISTING INSISTING on having CARTER'S
bread and cakes. None better made.
Carter's Bakery. tf

'FOR

OAK or PINE Any Length
"CALL
P. CosfteMl
PHONE 7

The 'following furnished the Star
by Judge Wm. E. Smith will be of in interest
terest interest to all our sportsmen:
The title to all wild birds and game
i3 vested in the various counties of
the state. The following only are game
birds: Swan, geese, brant, duks, rail,
mud hens, Callings, shore birds,
plovers, surf birds, snipe, woodcocks,
sand pipers, tattlers, curlews, turkeys,
grouse, pheasants, quail and turtle
doves.
It is a $50 fine to catch, kill, ship or
have in possession any game bird,
plumage, skin, eggs or nests thereof,
except as provided by law.
Open season Nov. 20th to March
0th following, lor deer, wild turkey,
quail, doves, swaSi, geese, brant, rails,
coots, sand pipers, curlews, snipe,
ducks and plover; Nov. 20th to Dec.
20th following, for pheasants; and Oc October
tober October 1st to March 1st following, for
squirrels. Unlawful to kill squirrels
in any public or private park at any
time, i
It is a ?25 fine to capture, kill or
injure any game bird or animal by
pitfall, deadfall, scaffold, cage, snare,

net, salt-lick, blind pen, baited hook,

baited field, drugs, poison, chemicals,
explosives, or similar device.
It is a $25 fine to catch, hunt or kill
any game bird or animal between
dark and daylight the following day.
It is a $25 fine to kill more than one
deer, two turkeys, twenty quail or
twenty-five birds of any other species
in any one day. It is a $500 fine to
kill more than three deer, ten turkeys
or three hundred of any other game
bird sspecies in any one open season.
It is a $25 fine to barter, sell or
offer for sale any game bird or an an-imal.
imal. an-imal.
It isa $100 fine to hunt outside of
your voting precinct without a license;
a $25 fine to change or alter a license.
It is a $25 fine to transport within
or without this state any game with without
out without a proper license. It is a $100 fine
for any common carrier to receive
such game for transportation.
The witnesses furnishing evidence
to convict for any violation of the
game laws shall have half of the fine
imposed.
Persons residing in the state twelve
months and the county six months, on
payment of $1 to the county judge,
receive a "resident county license;" a
"non-resident county license" for $3,
and a "non-resident hunter's license"
for $15. No license good except in

county issued. No license required of
resident Confederate Veterans.
County judge to have 25c., 50c. and
$1 respectively, for each license is issued;
sued; issued; balance goes to county school
fund. .- ; : ''j 4 .. -:
The sheriff is ex-officio county game
warden, and may appoint deputies in
each election precinct.
All grades of licenses shall be of
different color, contain a synopsis of
the game law printed on the back
and shall be good only for the open
season or fraction thereof immediate immediately
ly immediately following their issue. r

TOURING CAR BARGAIN

We have a large touring car, in
good condition, from tires to top, that
will be sold for the jSrice of the "junk"
on the car, and very easy terms will
be given if desired,
tf Ocala Maxwell Agency.

SEABOARD LOuAL SCHEDULE

Southbound
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; Ocala, 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa,
7:50 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala, 1:45 p. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg 8:05 p. m.
Northbound
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. el,
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville,
7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a, m.; arrives JacK JacK-sonville
sonville JacK-sonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a.m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
Danger Signal
If the fire bell should ring would
you run and stop it or go and help to
put out the fire? It is much the same
way with a cough. A cough is a dan danger
ger danger signal as much as a fire belL You
should no more try to suppress it than
to stop a fire bell when it is ringing,
but should cure the disease that can 3-.,
es the coughing. This can nearly al always
ways always be done by taking Chamberlain's
Cough Remedy. Many have used it
with the most beneficial results. It is
especially valuable for the persistent
cough that so often follows a bad cold
or an attack of the grip. Mrs. Thomas
Beeching, Andrews, IncL, writes:
"During the winter my husband takes
cold easily and coughs and coughs.
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
best medicine for breaking up these
attacks and- you cannot get him to
take any other." Obtainable every everywhere
where everywhere 9



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OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1916

ocala; evening star
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTIXGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
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J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., pos office as second class matter
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Three months, in advance...... 1.25 Three months, in advance...... 2.25
One month, in advance. .. .v ... .50 One month, In advance 80

The time that men have lost wait waiting
ing waiting their turn in barber shops would
have dug the Florida ship canal.

Tampa Tribune expresses our sen sentiments
timents sentiments about the sinking of the Che Chemung.
mung. Chemung. But what's the use?

The advance of civilization is about
to compel the business men of Savan Savannah
nah Savannah to cut out their noonday naps..

Every dollar that isn't spent for
liquor is a dollar that may be spent
for something that will do more good

than harm.

'v

A county seat fight between Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater and St. Petersburg is ; on in
Pinellas county. We participated in a
county seat campaign about thirty
years ago. Pinellas has our,- sym

pathy.

The American wheat crop was
short this year;, nevertheless f it ; is
probable that enough bread to feed a
million people is thrown away every
day in the United States.

Ocala's chicken supply is suffering
thes days. Methodist conference conference-Tampa
Tampa conference-Tampa Tribune.
Tampa may think chickens are good
a-plenty for the parsons, but Ocala
fed them on turkeys.

The Fatherland says that a country
ruled by politicians is at a great dis disadvantage
advantage disadvantage in war. If such be 4 the

case, we can imagine what a devil of
a fix the United States would be in if

it became involved in a conflict.

1 We notice that some of these two
by f our edijtors who never smelled
gunpowder in anything but a -.. fire

cracker are criticising the military

ability of General Funston.
Tallahassee is excited over the dis

co very of Oil in Wakulla county. An
eight-inch well, at the depth of a
thousand feet, has struck the greasy

fluid. Oil men are flocking to the

-spot from all over the country.

r The United States, with less than a
fifteenth of the population of the
earth, now has more life insurance in
force than exists in all the rest of the

world put together.

The editor of this paper is consid

ered a most unsanctified 61d cuss by

his friends, consequently he felt flat

tered to be mistaken for a minister by
some of the visitors to the city last

week, v

Champ Clark wants to reduce the

cost of print paper by discontinuing

the Congressional Record, which is

one of the most unnecessary pubhea

tions issued. Champ shows good sense.

The recent election has again

brought up the forty-year-old propo

sition to abolish the electoral college.
The said college is like marriage and
trial" by jury has its faults but does

better than anything that can be put

in its place.

A number of the housewives of
Tampa have banded themselves" to

gether in" a boycott on butter and
ejrgs until the present exorbitant price
is reduced If said housewives should

make a concerted effort to raise chick

ens in their back yards, they would

more effectively reduce the price of

henfruit than by boycotting.

That is a mighty encouraging mes

sage from the secretary of commerce
and labor on another page. He says

"We are the wealthiest nation in the

world and the most prosperous one."

Here's hoping the prosperity will seep

down this way before it evaporates.

Fred DeBerry, writer of political
campaign songs, has divorced the

democratic party and wedded an at

tractive young woman at Kissimmee

after one week of courtship. It is said
that Fred is now devoting consider considerable
able considerable attention to the production of a

great national lullaby Tampa Times.

Hope he will try it out in his own

family before he springs it on the

public.'-. ';":'

A dispatch from Washington the

other day said that more than fifty
thousand farmers have applied for
loans under the farm loan act. They

wanted a hundred and fifty million
dollars, or seventeen times the sum

available. The Star wants the farm

ers to have money on good terms, but

it is a little bit shoy on that loan law.

Loaning the money will be more or
less in the hands of politicians, and

they will not be as careful in making
the- loans as regular bankers. It's a
good thing for thrifty farmers to

have help, but if the unthrifty ones are
helped by the government and fail to

make good, all the people will have to

bear the loss.

Dec. 16 will be the 43rd anniversary

of Frank L. Mays, the gifted editor
of the Pen sacola Journal, who died a
few years ago, and Wm. A. Russell of
the Palatka News, suggests that each
newspaper in the state pay the mem memory
ory memory of the 'departed journalist a tri

bute during this week. Mr. Russell
sets the example himself. We never

had the pleasure of meeting Mr.

Mayes, but we greatly admired his

splendid work on the Journal, and

felt that the state had sustained a
severe loss in his too-early death. ;

ome weeks ago, Rev. J.B. Gam-

brell, secretary of the executive board
of the Southern Baptist convention,

asked permission to have held a series
of revivals in the camps along the
border. As was to be expected, the
very unreasonable request was refus

ed. Every regiment has its chaplain

and religious services, which the men

are at liberty to attend if they see
fit ; v also, men can generally obtain
leave to attend churches in the vicin vicinity
ity vicinity of their camps, but a, revival in a

camp would not .fit in with military

discipline, as any reasonable man

should know. Dr. Gambrell took the

position that the soldiers were in par

ticular need of saving. In an eight eight-page
page eight-page letter to Dr. Gambrell, General

Funston gives emphatically the reas

ons for his refusal to allow revivals

in the camps. He scores Dr. Gambrell
for misinterpreting the reasons for
his refusal and takes the part of the
soldier, saying, VThey are no more
lest than 1 civilians and on the whole

are above the average."

if y

The Times-Union correspondent in

Washington says: "From inside infor

mation, which came to the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union correspondent from the farm
loan board headquarters, Jacksonville
has been practically selected as the
location of one of the farm loan banks,
Florida,, South Carolina andk Georgia
being placed in one district, the bank
in that district going to Jacksonville.
Members of .the Alabama delegation
in Congress and other Alabamians,
who have ben heW for 1 some time
working for Birmingham, were told
by prominent treasury department of officials
ficials officials that they might as well go home
and center their energies on securing
the armor plant as they had no fur further
ther further show for the farm loan bank."

derson, which for nearly a week had
been besieged by the, striking miners

of the Coal Creek district. Suddenly,
from a clump of bushes on the right
of the line, there burst forth a blaze

and crash of rifle fire, accompanied by

a wild yell, as a hundred or more of

the strikers assayed a surprise sim

ilar to the one perpetrated by the
French and Indians on Braddock's

army. It might have succeeded, but

Company B, Third Regiment, of which
we were a member, was too tired to

run and consequently fought. First
with answering hot lead, then with
cold steel, the assailants were routed.

In the midst of the smoke and rain,

we noticed a little guy without any

uniform hopping around in the bushes
and trying his blamedest to help the
soldiers by occasionally banging off a

cavalry carbine that he had picked up

somewhere. We later learned that he

was a newspaper correspondent, and

wasn't too proud to fight. A few days
later he looked over our shoulder and
we believe mascotted us into winning

a jackpot from the correspondents of
the Nashville American and New

York World. We have always had
a belief that this little guy, who was

very cheerful and very homely, was

Huff if it wasn't we yet have his
acquaintance to make. But we have
always had the impression that he

could distil a sunbeam from a rain-

cloud, if anybody could.

FACTS PRESENTED IN FUN

AGAIN WITH US

Ocala is greatly gratified that the
conference has given it Dr. J. M.
Gross for another year. Brother
Gross is a big man big in body,
brain and soul, and has made friends
with almost everyone in our city.

A SULENDID OPPORTUNITY

The advertisement in today's pa paper
per paper of the Commercial Bank should
be read by everybody. It offers a
splendid opportunity for Christmas
savings, and in addition to the many
suggestions leading to making nice
bank accounts it pays the club mem members
bers members for their efforts. Read. it.

Coincident with the opening of the
investigation into food prices by the
federal grand jury at Chicago, food
prices began to tumble as warehouse warehousemen,
men, warehousemen, produce men and, speculators
"unloaded" their egg, butter, potato
and other food supplies.

These good ladies who don't want
their sons to learn drill in the public
schools had better sudy the following
from General Scott of the United
States array: "There is no reason," he
says, "why one woman's son should
go out and defend or be trained to de defend
fend defend another woman and her son who
refuses to take a training or give ser service.
vice. service. The only democratic method is
for every man in his youth to become
trained in order that he may render
efficient service if called upon in war."

The liquor houses of the country
are, in a measure, responsible for the
scarcity of paperThey send out tons
upon tons of circulars to prospective
customers in the "dry" districts. As
nine letters out of every ten are im immediately
mediately immediately thrown into the postofnee
waste receptacles, nine-tenths of the
paper used for circulars is wasted,
and the remaining one-tenth is worse
than wasted. Starke Telegraph.
Worst waste than the Congression Congressional
al Congressional Record, isn't it? ;

Sunny-spirited Frank L. Huffaker
will.be' publicity agent of the South
Florida Fair and Gasparilla carnival
in Tampa next February. Ocala
Star..; ;
Brother Benjamin, if you can be behold
hold behold sunny-spiritedness in a human
storm cloud you must be gifted with
"second sight." Tampa Times.
Never saw Huff but twice, and not
certain of that. First was a rainy
August morning on a mountain side
in East Tennessee, a little over twenty-four
years ago, when in company
with 200 other tired, hungry, rain rain-soaked
soaked rain-soaked men we were trying to climb
down one ridge preparatory to climb climbing
ing climbing up anothe, to relieve Fort An-

People speak admiringly of 'the
courage of Ruth Law, the girl who re recently
cently recently made a record flight in an air

plane. Seems to the Star that in an
airplane by herself, about 3000 feet
above ground, is the safest place for a

pretty girl.
Board of Morals of M. E. church in
session in Washington wants Congress
to exclude papers carrying liquor ad advertisements
vertisements advertisements from the mails. Such a
law wouldn't worry the Star. We cut
the Vhisky ads out a year ago, and, in
spite of hard times, have managed to
live without them.'

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ing to be personal 111 not stay here
and stand for it. I don't think I
want a job from you anyway. The
North American Review is good
enough for me; good day!
Another travesty entitled the
"Ghost Skit" was cast in a "Spook
Court" with a court sitting in judge judgement
ment judgement on the astral spirits of aspi aspirants
rants aspirants for positions in the new cabi cabinet
net cabinet Spirits of Secretary of Com Commerce
merce Commerce Redfield, Henry Ford, Post Postmaster
master Postmaster General Burleson, Col. House,
Secretary Tumulty, Vance McCor-l

mick, Frank L. Polk, Counsellor toj
the state department and others ap-1
peared, all to be rejected by the j
judges. The announcer heralded the

spirit of Henry Ford, the astral body

of the Michigan manufacturer arriv

ed "rattling a lot of thv cans."
Chief Judge The music is familiar.
What seek you, Mr. Ford!
Ford I want to be secretary of the
treasury.
Chief Judge Why?
Ford So I can find out how to
make money,.
Chief Judge Warden, sweep out
the padded cell for Mr. Ford.
Announcer The spirit of Joseph P.
Tumulty, secretary to the president.
Chief Judge When did you acquire
an astral body, Mr. Tumulty?
Tumulty About a week before
election.
Chief Judge You mean you want
to hold your present job with your
physical body and get into the cabi cabinet
net cabinet with your astral body?
Tumulty Guilty, judge.
Chief Judge Suppose the cabinet
only pays an astral salary?
. Tumulty Then hand it to some somebody
body somebody else. Both my astral body and
myself are practical men.
The spirit of Secretary of War Bak Baker
er Baker next appeared.
; Announcer Mercy! It is the hero
of Valley Forge the Hon. Newton
D. Baker. 1
Chief Judge Greeting, Mr. Baker,
in the name of George Washington
and his army. What news from the
border?
Baker Aw, forget that. The elec election
tion election is over.
Chief Judge What! No more
plots? Then what do you want?
Baker I want a job on the Su Supreme
preme Supreme Court; I'm from Ohio.
Chief Judge Ohio was not close
enough, Mr. Baker. What else ?
Baker Then .111 stay where I am.
I won't resign. r

Chief Judge Does the president

know that ?

Baker-Sh-h. Right under your

belt, I'm afraid not.
Chief Judge Why don't you tell
him?
Baker No; you tell him. Be a nice
judge and tell him. But don't say it
came from me. f You know he just
might
Chief Judge I know. He often
does. Stand back Mr. Baker.
Counsellor Polk of the state de department
partment department appeared in quest of secre secretary
tary secretary Lansing's job.
Chief Judge Why even Bryan
couldn't hold that.
Polk I know; but they gave him
the Hiram Johnson.
Chief Judge What's the Hiram
Johnson?
Polk Ask Hughes.
Chief Judge We can't find him.
Polk Well, its a lemon, grown in
California.
Another sketch was a travesty on
the special train load of Eastern wo women
men women who campaigned in the West
fcr Hughes. The scene was laid in
Kidderville, Kansas, where the "Mil "Millionaire
lionaire "Millionaire special" arrived amid town of officials,
ficials, officials, townsmen and native women.
The suffragists aroused the jealousy
of the native women when the home
men-folk followed the gayly dressed
Easterners to the train, and one of
the native women, addressing her de deserted
serted deserted sisters, exclaimed:
First Woman Sovereign women of
Kidderville: Our men folks has de deserted
serted deserted us to trail after them stuck up,
goggle-eyed, just-fawncey, shilly shillyshally
shally shillyshally fumps from the effete East.
Now, my idea is to teach them a les lesson.
son. lesson. Let us rise as one man I
mean one woman and show them
weak kneed men who the real politi politicians
cians politicians are. As William Allen White
said: "The'hand that churns the but butter
ter butter is the hand that rules the world."
Come, on, women; not a man in Kid Kidderville
derville Kidderville gets a hot meal or a clean
shirt until he promises to vote against
the monkey dinner bunch. When the
returns are in youH find there ain't
nothing the matter with Kansas.
Come on girls!

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PAGE FIVE

V

nan
If You Have Any News Tor this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Up Fire-One-Y
Friendship
Some never get sentimental
And show all the world how they
feel,
Somehow they just bottle emotion,
Till, it seems they're made of steel
They can even sever a friendshep
t That has come down with the years,
With a smile and shrug of the shoul shoulder,
der, shoulder, With never a hinting of tears.
But I'm never ashamed to admit it,
For leaving a friend makes me sad,
And finding a new one's a pleasure,
To succeed the one that I had.
Selected.
.
Silver Tea at Mrs. Mclver's
The ladies of the Presbyterian Aid
Society are having a silver tea and
fancy work sale this afternoon at Mrs.
D. E. Mclver's.
The reading club will meet Tuesday
afternoon with Mrs. W. D. Cam.
Mrs. Maude Blackwell arrived from
Gainesville yesterday for a short visit
to Mrs. II. M. Hampton.
...
Mr. and Mrs. Sam Leigh are riding
around in and smiling at their friends
from a handsome, new auto
Mrs. Harry Holcomb arrived home
yestetday after a delightful visit to
her parents in Jacksonville.
Mrs. C. M. Murphy of Oak is the
. guest of her daughter, Mrs. J. S; Mar Martin
tin Martin at her home on Herbert street
Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Knoblock of
; Martin have a pretty little daughter,
who arrived at their home Sunday.
' .m m
Mr. Morris Smith left early this'
. morning for DeLand, after spending
Sunday with his father, Dr. D. M.
Smith.
'
Mrs: B. H. Seymour is expected
home this afternoon from Miami and
Homestead, wher she has spent the
past month.
Mrs. Armour, little daughter and
son Jay of Panasoffkee, are the
guests of Mrs. Armour's parents, Mr.
and Mrs. Walters.
'
, Miss, Blair Woodrow, who has been
the guest of Mrs. P. C. Terry in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville for the past ten days, is ex expected
pected expected home Friday.
.
All officers'of Ocala Chapter No. 29,
O. E. S., are requested to meet at the
Masonic hall Monday evening, Dec.
11th, at 7:30 sharp for rehearsal.
Mr. Fred H. Stephens of Boston
! and Mr. Howard Hitchins of Brooklyn,
arrived yesterday for an extended
yisit to Capt. and Mrs. S. R. Pyles.
.:'
Mrs. Fred Robinson and daughter,
Miss Lucile of Detroit, arriveid in
Ocala Saturday for their annual visit.
They are guests of Miss Mary Piatt
for the present. ? j
m m m
Miss Marguerite Geier, a charming
and accomplished young lady : from
New York, is the guest of Mrs. W. R.
Lee, at her home at Eastlake. It is
the intention of Mr. and Mrs. Lee and
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I Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Sandlin to take

Miss Geier to Crystal River some
time this week and initiate her into
the art of Florida fishing. Dr. Willi3
ha.3 written to Mr. Sandlin that the
sign is right.
The Senior sewing circle of the
Methodist church will meet tomorrow
with Mrs. D. S. Welch at 2 o'clock
sharp. A full attendance is greatly
desired. Bring all finished and un unfinished
finished unfinished work.
Mrs. R. H. Alderman, little son Den Dennis,
nis, Dennis, Miss Isabelle Davis and Mr.
George Lewis Payne motored from
DeLand Saturday and spent Sunday
here. They returned this morning ac
companied by Dr. Alderman.
Mr. John R. Martin received a tele telegram
gram telegram Saturday from Miss Annie
Sharpe, saying v that his daughter,
Miss Sara Pearl Martin was very sick.
Mr. Martin left for Atlanta Saturday
night, and returned today, bringing
his daughter with him. Miss Martin
stood the journey well and will doubt doubtless
less doubtless soon entirely recover.
. m m 9
The Junior sewing society of the
Methodist church meets at the "resi "residence
dence "residence of Mrs. C. C. Bryant Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The host hostess
ess hostess on this occasion will be Mrs. C.
C. Bailey.
Mrs. Chas. J. Leitner and two pret pretty
ty pretty children left Saturday evening, to
join Mr. Leitner in Miami, in which
city he has a good position and, has
prepared a home for his little family
Ocal is sorry to lose these excellent
young people.
" t
Mrs. E. C. Staley was shopping in
the city yesterday. Mrs. Staley is a
prominent woman of Palmetto and
was a guest at the Hillsboro. Tampa
Tribune.
Mrs. Staley was formerly Miss
Grace Moore of this city.
Irene Fenwick, celebrated stage and
screen star, makes her debut on the
Paramount program as the star in the
Famous Players production, "A Coney
Island Princess," with Owen Moore at
the Temple tonight. This is a comedy
drama of Coney Island and Fifth ave avenue.
nue. avenue. MOVING PICTURE FEATURES
The following excellent moving pic picture
ture picture features will appear at the
Temple this week: Y
Today: Irene Fenwick and Owin
Moore in "A Coney Island Princess."
Tuesday: Lew Fields and ? Doris
Kenyon in "The Man Who Stood
Still."
Wednesday: "Nobody Home."
Thursday: Lenore Ulrich in "The
Road to Love."
Friday: Installment of "Peg o' the
Ring."
Saturday: Norma Talmage in "The
Children in the House."
KIMONA AND
FANCY WORK SALE
When?tNext Thursday, Dec. 14, be beginning
ginning beginning at 10 o'clock. Where? From
the v Ocala House porch. By whom ?
Ladies' Aid of Christian church.
THREE FORDS
Three second-hand Fords at a big
bargain. Cash or time. R. R. Carroll.

CLOSING OF THE
M. E. CONFERENCE

(Continued from First Page)
Anthony Circuit C. A. Sanders.
Bronsoh and Cedar Keys E. K.
Denton.
Citra Mission H. E. Partridge.
Columbia W. C. Rogers.
Fort White Circuit M. H. Outland.
Gainesville B. A. Thrower.
High Springs and Archer J. E.
Woodward.
Jasper W. S. Thesca.
Jennings Mission E. A. Dupree,
(supply).
Lake City J. S. Chapman.
Live Oak L. W. Moore.
Live Oak Mission S. E. Weitman,
(supply).
Melrose and Waldo E. S. Hobson.
Micanopy Circuit Thomas Will Williams.
iams. Williams. Reddick Circuit J. S. Shepherd.
Rochelle Mission M. F. Bell.
Trenton Circuit W. H. Smith.
Wellborn Circuit J. E. Clark.
White Springs Circuit T. H. Sis Sis-trunk.
trunk. Sis-trunk. Williston Circuit R. A. Guy.
Jacksonville District
Presiding Elder I. C. Jenkins.
Briceville E. J. Hardee.
Callahan D. D. Diff enwierth.
Crandall Mission- C. W. Cramer,
supply.
Fernandina R. H. Williams.
Green Cove Springs W. F. Jones.
Jacksonville, Marvin and Anderson
Mission J.J.Jones.
Jacksonville, First Church and Mur Murray
ray Murray Hill J. B. Mitchell.
Jacksonville, Phoenix Park Mission,
J. C. Diggs.
Jacksonville, Riverside Park and
Brooklyn W. P. Buhrman.
Jacksonville, Springfield T. B. Bell.
Jacksonville, St. Mathews and the
Brinkley Memorial Mission Fred
Pixton.
Jacksonville, Wesley Memorial J,.
B. Rooney.
South Jacksonville and Barker
Street Mission H. T. Gaines.
Lake Butler and Raiford Paul
Kendall.
Lawtey and Ortega Mission A. T.
Galloway.
Macclenny Mission G. A. Davis.
Middleburg Circuit S. I. Hendrix.
New Augustine and Anastasia Mis Mission
sion Mission J. C. Jones.
Starke and Hampton T. L. Z. Barr.
Conference Missionary Evangelist,
Ira S. Patterson, St. Augustine, Q. C.
Miami District . -....
Presiding Elder J. D. Sibert: f r
Bunnell R. L. Ramsey, Vi
Cocoa .and City Point Mission-F. J.
Patterson. r
Delray and Boynton L. Monroe.
DeLand C. W. Inman.
Danie and Ojus James E. Gault.
Espanola and Haw Creek Circuit
J. R. Walker (supply).
Fort Lauderdale Mission George
Mason.
Fort Pierce L. F. Chapman.
Hastings E. C. Calhoun.
Key West, First Church J. L. Kil Kil-gore.
gore. Kil-gore. "s
Key West, Fleming Street J. L.
Griffits.
Key West Memorial to be supplied.
Kingston and Holly Hill R. E.
Mood.
Lemon City E. A. Harrison. f
Miami, Trinity and Buena Vista
J. R. Cason. .
Miami, Southside and Peters Mis Mission
sion Mission O. C. Seevers.

Matacumbia John Watkins, (sup (supply.)
ply.) (supply.) New Smyrna Mission- H. A. Spen Spencer.
cer. Spencer. Sanford F. E. Steinmeyer.
Sabastian H. B. Boyt (supply.)
Stuart and Jensen J. H. Daniel.
Silver Palm and Homestead W. G.
Fletcher.
Titusville and Mims B. D. Bounu
West Palm Beach W. J. Carpenter.
Secretary to Conference Committee
on Temperance C. W. Crook, Miami
Q. C.
Secretary of Education L. F.
Chapman, Fort Pierce Q. C.
Ocala District
Presiding Elder R. Ira BarnetL
Brooksville C. W. Mathison.
Bushnell B. A. Sowell.
Clearwater R. H. Barnett.
Coleman W. J. Palmer.
Crystal River Josephus P. Dur Dur-rance.
rance. Dur-rance. Dade City W. M. Poage.
Dunedin B. T. Rape.
Dunnellon S. F. Stephens.
Inverness W. J .Nease.
Largo W. R. Evans.
Ocala J .M. Gross.
Odessa J. W. Windham (Supply).
Plant City B. F. Hodnett.
Safety Harbor R. E. L. Folsom.
Seminole J. W. Lewis (Supply).
Spring Lake To be supplied.
Sutherland Mission J. L. Moon.
St. Petersburg W. F. Dunkle.
Tarpon Springs and Elfers Mission

A. M. Daiger.
Trilby B. F. Sheffer.
Wildwood J. W. Taylor.
Conference Sunday School Secre
tary A. H. Cole, Dade City Q. C
President Southern College R. H.
Alderman, Sutherland Q. C.
Student Emory University G. E.
Summers, Seminole Q. C
Orlzfado District
Presiding Elder Smith Hardin.
Altoona Circuit I. E. Roberts.
Apopka Mission Hans Steenbock.
Crescent City Mission A. G. Selby
(Supply).
Enterprise Circuit W. J. Bartlett
(Supply).
Frostproof and Avon Park Mission
G. H. York.
Hawthorne Circuit A. L. Hope.
Haines City and Lake Wales J. E.
Hartsfield.
Interlachen Mission T. JF. Bow Bow-land.
land. Bow-land.
Kissimmee C. H. Summers.
Leesburg W. M. Funk.
Loughman and Ocoee Circuit G.
D. Reeves (Supply).
Maitland Mission Geo. C. Herndon
(Supply).
Okeechobee Mission To be sup supplied.
plied. supplied.
Orlando J. B. Ley.
Oveido and Geneva1 C. E. Cutter Cutter-idge.
idge. Cutter-idge.
Palatka S. Grady.
Rodman Circuit L. D. Haines.
Seville Mission John. J. Bracce.
Umatilla and Tavares Howard Du Du-till.
till. Du-till. V, :
Wrebster Circuit F. L. Crowson.
Welaka Mission To be supplied.
Winter Garden G. W. Stubbs.
Winter Haven H. C. Hardin.
osephKandt P,C, shrdlu hrdlu rd
5 Tallahassee District
Presiding Elder G. E. Roberts.
Apalachicola W. T. Brantley.
Aucilla and Greenvlle Circuit Circuit-James
James Circuit-James A. Hendry.
Bristol Mlssion-r-A. H. Hancock
(Supply.)
Chattahoochee and Mount Pleasant
W. A. .Fischer.
Fenholloway Mission M. M. Lord.
Greensborough Circuit Paul A.
Fletcher.
Havana Mission Ira M. Pelt
Hlnson Circuit Horace Logan.
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spacefor five passengers. ; The illustration shows the attrac attractive
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Every member who enters the
club and who fails to win a prize
will be paid a CASH COMMISSION
of twenty per cent on all new sub subscriptions
scriptions subscriptions turned in during the
campaign, providing he or she re remain
main remain active until the close and
turn in at least one or more sub
scriptions each week.

The DAILY and WEEKLY STARS 3000 Club, is an alluring, at attractive
tractive attractive proposal a splendid example of newspaper generosity a
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clean snappy voting campaign to decide who shall be the owner of
the MAXWELL TOURING CAR and the many other splendid
awards. Nominate yourself or a friend at once., Clip out and send
in the nomination coupon below. A great opportunity to make
$100.00 a week or better during the Jiext few weeks.

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A $650.00 Maxwell Touring Car.
The very latest 1917 model from the
Maxwell agency's display rooms.
A $330.00 Whitman Piano.
A $100.00 Edison Talking Machine.
A $60.00 Diamond.
A $25.00 17 Jewel Elgin Watch.
A $25.00 17 Jewel Elgin Watch.
A $25.00 17 Jewel Elgin Watch.
A $15 Ansco Camera.
A $15 Ansco Camera.
A $15 Ansco Camera.

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" HOW TO ENTER Cut out the nomination blank below and
send it to the STAR OFFICE with your name or the name of your
friend. Enter today!
PositI vely Mo Losers
All members of the club who remain active up until the close of
the campaign, and who fail to win one of the many awards, will
receive a cash commission of 20 per cent on all new subscriptions
turned in during the campaign, providing they turn in an average of
at least one subscription a week. The amount of these commissions
t r
is estimated at about $800.00.

0W VOTES WILL BE ISSUES

Vote value of Paid-in-Advanc Subscriptions to THE DAILY and
WEEKLY STAR:

' Votes
The Daily Star 6 mo... ,4,000
The Daily Star 1 yr... 10,000
The Daily Star 2 yrs.. 25,000
The Dairy Star 3 yrs... 45,000
The Daily Star 5 yrs.. ,100,000

Votes
The Weekly Star 1 yr. . 2,000
The Weekly Star 2 yrs.. 7,000
The Weekly Star 3 yrs.. .20,000
The Weekly Star 5 yrs.. .75,000

: The DAILY STARS has printed a large number of receipt books
for the use of members and their friends in this campaign. .These
receipt books will be mailed out as fast as nominations are received
and will be delivered to those who call at the office for them. The
system of accounts that will be usedj in the campaign demands that
the receipt books be used by all members. They have been prepared
in such a manner as to make the work of the members very easy.
Members are required to turn in subscriptions each week as they
are secured in order to insure prompt delivery of the papers.

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through your fingers, but fill out the nomination blank today and send
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This coupon is good for ten free votes when cut out and sent to
the Manager Star 3000 Club, Ocala, Florida.
Name of Club Member.
Address
Each member may send in as many of these as he or she can get.
Not good after December 16.

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be accepted for any one member.

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PAGE SEVEN

LICENSE REPORT

ISSUED
-Oct. 13,

1916 -.

No. NAME OCCUPATION
. 1SSITF.D

507 IL.I Anderson, lawyer ........Mav 9. 1918 .........$ 10.00

508 K. 1 Anderson Jr., lawyer... May 9 1916 10.00
50! Henry AlcBumey, merchant ...... .May 9 1916 1-50
510 Ike Scott, merchant May 10, 1916 ........ 1.50
511 J. A. Bellamy, restaurant .........May 8, 1916 Z-0
512 J. N. McQuaig, -merchant ...May 11, 1916 . 1.50

513 u. u. liuiiocK, lawyer ...May 11, 1918 iu.wu

AMOUNT

State County

..May '11. 1916

.May 12, 1316 ...

5.00
5.00

.....May 12. 1916 1.50

....May 13, laio ....
.....May 13, 1916
....May 16, 1916
.....May 16, 1916 ....
. May 17. 1916
.....May 18. 1916 ....

.....May 23, 1916

2.50
.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
1.50
1.50

1.50
1.50

1.50

10.00
2.50
5.00
1.50
1.50
10.00
35.00
4.50
10.00
10.00
3.00

10.00
12.00

20.00
1.50
10.00
5.00
3.00

.Sept.' 30, 1916 .......... 10.00

10.00
10.00
4.50
10.00
10.00
10.00

514 T. 8. Trantha-m, lawyer

615 juavis Moon, lawyer ..
516 J. H. Brown, mercnant
517 Sam James, restaurant

51 Stewart tireen, "barber
519 A. C. Rackard, llveTy ......
520 Jake James, merchant
521 J. S. Green, merchant ......
522 Easter Gibson, merchant .

iscanoaie a.nu a.. mercnant

524 Mattie Stephens, lunch stand Jilay 25 1916. .. 2.50

525 W. T. iMathews, merchant May 27, 1916 1.50
526 McCroTey Storage Corporation,
one weighing machine ......May 31, 1916 .. 2.50
527 S. Savage, real estate June 2, 1916 10.00
628 U M. Murray, real estate .June 2, 1916 10.00
529 Jessie Jenkins, merchant ..........June 3, 1916 ........ 1.50
530 Ocala Gas Co., gas plant .. i.. .June 6, 1916 25.00
531 John A. Scott, merchant .........June 11, 1916 1.50
532 Serlane C. Woodson, merchant June 17. 1916 ........ 1.50
K32 J. M. Philrvot. n-kh valet a.n June 19. 1916 5.00

534 Camp Phos. Co., phosphate j?lant. ..June 26, 1916 ........ lf-J"

535 1 it. cnazai and sons to., aicnt... .June z. xio
536 A. M. Fudge, merchant ...........June 3, 1916
537 W. fM. Feaster, Insurance agent. ..June 5, 1916
538 Oscar Llnscomb. merchant ........July 8, 1916

539 John F. Bartleson, insurance agt.. July 21, 1916
540 Fla. Title and Abstract Co.. ao
stractor of titles ..July 26, 1916 20.00
641 J. T. Martin, turpentine still..... Aug. 2, 1916 20.00
42 Willie Whlttington, livery s........ Aug. 8. 1916 5.00
543 St. I Carter, Insurance agent .....tAug. 9, 1916
544 Wilson Land and N. & Co., tur- -a ....
pentine still ..Aug. 12, 1916 20.00
45 E. W. Rush and Co., two weighing tnnn
machines .............. ....Aug. 12, 1916 10.00

546 R. D. Fuller, dentist ........Aug. 12, 1916
547 Henry Riley, lunch counter ........Aug. 12. 1916
548 John Armstrong, restaurant. ..... -Aug. 14, 1916
549 Hatton. and Collins, merchants. ... -Aug. 19, 1916
550 Robert Franklin, merchant Aug. 26, 19 6
51 'E. C Alitchell Hampton, physician.. Aug. 30, 1916
52 Johnson Smith Co., turpt still -Sept. 1, 1916
53 Gale and Nott, merchants ...... ..Sept. 9, 1916
554 M. C. Izlar, -dentist Sept. 14, 1916
555 Percy F. Ldsk, (physician ......... .Sept. 16. 1916
556 Carlisle Drug Co., -druggist. ....... .Sept. 18, 1916

657 D. B. Mayo, Insurance agent. .Sept. 18, ii .
58 It. -M. Giles, merchant ....Sept. 18, 1916 3.00
559 Ocala Gas Engine Works, garage .Sept. 19, 1916 ... au.uu

660 r. k. Carroll, auto dealer ..... .Sept. 19. isie
561 Gerig Drug Store, druggist ....... .Sept. 19, 1916
562 'J. N. Tiller Co., turpt still ..Sept. 20, 1916
63 Charley Burley, mercnant .........Sept. 21. 1916
564 J. G. Purvis, dentist ............. .Sept. 22, 1916
565 Oklawaha Fish Co., shipping fish.. Sept. 27, 1916

666 F. E. Hemphill, mercnant ........ .isepi. to,

o 6 7 J iiarry waiters, .pnyjcja.
, 568 'Wim. M. Gober, lawyer ......
569 A. U Izlar, physician .......

570 H. M. Hampton, lawyer ........
571 Knight and Lang, merchants ...
572 Knight and Lang, auto sales...
573 E. G. Lindner, physician.
574 M. L Mershon, lawyer ....... i.

575 p. W. Ditto, insurance agent.

76 W. K. Zewadskl, lawyer ..

eia vi. v. jii;viuii iw c .....
580 W. A. DeHart, merchant ..

5tR T iRltriiTik lawvef .....

83 Spring Park Farms, turpt still..... Nov. 14, 1916
1W H "Vfannn (merchant ....... .Oct. 1, 1916

2 'Standard Oil Co., gasoline dealer. ..Oct. 1, 1916

3 Standard Oil Co., oil dealer .
4 .standard Oil Co., oil dealer ..
5 J. J. Bottleman, merchant .
6 Lewis Schofleld. meat -market
7 Mary E. Browin. merchant '..
g Haycraft Millinery, merchant
9 D. W. Davis, insurance agent
. in .T.or PHnoh. merchant ...

11 Gulf Refining Co.,- wholesale oils. .Oct. 2, 1916

12 Gulf Renining Co., wholesale gas gasoline
oline gasoline .
13 James E. Smith, two pool tables
14 J. M. Philpot, physician
15 Lizzie McBurney, merchant
16 Thomas and Pasteur, merchants..
17 WllHnni A.T lVi aul -merchant ......

rl . t n ioi

18 JLr. J. ri. iunn, -veterinary ui geijii. yr-r raVe
19 S. B. Dorn, insurance agent ......Oct. z,lib
.20 A. Slott, merchant .....Oct. 2,11916
21 A. Stevens, merchant o

2Z Mrs. KiizaDein rermns, merennm..wu
23 J. P. Taylor, (merchant v. ...... Oct. iJo

24 L. C. Smith, mercnant ... .wu.,

Oct. 2, 1916
.Oct. 3, 1916
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Sent. 30. 1916

. ..Sept. 30, 1916
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.Sept. 30, 1916
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Sept. 30. 1916
.....Nov. 6, 1916
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.....Nov. 8. 1916

. .Nov. 8. 1916

...... 10.00
...... 10.00
...... r 3.00
10.00
...... 10.00
j 35.00
...... 3.00
...... 10.00

...Oct. 1, 1916 ......... 25.00

...... Z9.VV
3.00
...... 5.00
...... 3.00
3.00

.Oct. 1. 1916

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25 R. A. Burford, lawyer ...........
26 O. M. Gale, Agt., merchant ......
27 N. L Williams, merohant ......
28 Ike Scott, merchant
29 R. D. Ferguson, physician .... .
30 iR, D. Ferguson, merchant ... ...
. 31 W. L Essex, insurance agent
32 Phlly Samuel, merchant
33 A. J. Stephens, merchant
34 J. S. Grantham, merchant ......
35 R. E. Brlgance, hotel
36 A. E. Gerig, insurance agent...,
7 j. l. Ohurch, insurance agent...
38 H A. Griffin barber ... .....
39 h. A. i Griffin, merchant .........

40 H. A. Grifnn, merchant
41 S. H. Christian, real estate .
42 Goodwin and Gore, merchants
4S c. N. Schlemmer, merchant .

. 4t Julius F. Miller, mercnant ....
45 C. C. Carter, barber
4.? w. W. Knight, merchant ....
47 b. F. Condon, merchant ......
49 H. R. Riley, merchant ........
0 iMrs. T. J. Morrison, merchant
61 w. F. Bleach, 'barber ........
2 Martin, and Harrell, merchants
53 Oliver S. Snell, meat market
54 Smith Grocery Co., merchant.
55 J. J. Guthery. merchant .....
6 iW. V. Weathers, merchant ..
57 G. B. Parramore, .physician .
58 D. B. Parramore, merchant .
9 G. S. Scott, insurance agent ...
0 Chas. McLucas, barber

61 R. C. Loveridge, mercnant

3.00
25.00
10.00
50.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
. 3.00
4.50
10.00
3-.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
10-00

1.00
3.00
5.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
2.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
4.00
3.00
5.00
i.50
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00

Oct. 6' 1916

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Oct. 9, 1916

2 Waters and Frazer, merchants .ct' J?;S

63 .Wilmer Gfbson, mercnant
64 E. D. Rou, merchant
65 J. j L Smith, merchant ......
66 J. E. Frampton, piano tuner
67 W. Bennett physician
68 Joe Ludisco, merchant . .
9 Sarasota Market, mercnant
70 J. M. Liddell. merchant

71 T. w. Troxler.j merchant

72 'Fairfield N. S. Co., merchant
73 Fairfield N. S..CO., turpt still
74 Eliza Hunt, merchant
75 R A. Swain, merchant
7fi iw. n Parker, restaurant .. .

ii rv, .lotion oml THrkaon Co.. ancht

. , - r, L.n.i,

78 E. M. Ransom, meat marKet ....i.uci.
79 D. Conklin, merchant ......... Oct. 9 J2;
80 John. Bell, merchant '......;' ...Oct. 9, 1916
82 L. H. Von Engelken, physician. Oct. 9, 1916
83 Charles Peyser, merchant ........Oct. 9, 1916
84 J. D. DawkiiTs, merchant ........ .OcU 9, 1916
85 P. H. Perkins, 'barber Oct. 9, 1916
86 P H. Perkins, two pool tables. ... .Oct. .9, 1916
87 T'. J. Kemp and Co., turpt still..... Oct. 9, 1916
88 T. J. Kemp and Co. merchant. ... .Oct. 9 1916
89D I Robinson and Co., merchant. .Oct. 9, 1916
90 DeVore and Young, merchants. Oct. 9, 1916
91 Reddick Trading Co., merchant. .. .Oct. 9,

92 HavM and Guvnn, mercnanis .....wi.

93 Andrews and Butler, merchant
94 John Bell, merchant .........
"95 H. Jackson merchant ...
97Thomas Russell, merchant ...
98 H. W. Henry, physician
99 Lula Edwards.' restaurant ...
100IL D. Mathews, mercnant ......
inn riaftr mni-chant .......

102 Albert O. Harriss, insurance agt.. Oct. 10, 1916

103 Elite Grocery Co., mercnant ; .wu iu,
104 Sellers Burnett, merchant ........Oct. 10, 19 6
105 J. W. Haslns, merchant 9ci iUt
106 Sara S. Hallt merchant .......... .Oct. 10, 1916 -.
107 Irvine Crate and Barket Co., mcht. Oct. 11, 1916
108 Irvine Crate and Basket Co., crate
factory ....Oct. 11, laio
109 Little's Shoe Parlor, merchant. Oct. 11, 1916
110 Florida Title and Abstract Cor-

nAmtlnn fLhstractor ....AtU iit.ir'iV

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.. .Oct., 9. 1916
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poration, aosiracior . -xl' tV
111 H. W. Johnson, photographer. .... .Oct. 11, 116
112 T. F. Stewman, merchant Oct. 11, 1916
113Vm. Hocker, lawyer .Oct. 12. 1 916

in v i ATnrtln. lawyer

115 AntiMonopoly Drug Store, drug-

ii6-G.V'Boyies;WeVchVnr:::::::;: im 3.00

Oct. 12, 1916

..Oct. 12. 1916

3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
4.50
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
45.00
3.00
.00
5.00
10.0
5.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
5.00
50.00
45.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
5.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
, 3.00
" 3.00
6.00
15.00
6.00
20.00
5.00
3.00
10.00
10.00
4.50

-oal .Bank. V" I"":: "iZ

120 The John Dozier Co., merchant. .. .Oct. 12, 1916
121 Ed Hodge, merchant ...... A Oct. l. iib ........
122 Counts Grocery, merchant ........Oct. iz, iib
123 E. C. Jordan and Co., merchant..... Oct. 12, 1916 ........
124 Court Pharmacy, merchant .......Oct. l. iib
i 2?l p. i. noatello. merchant -Oct. iz, ii ........

126 J. E. Chace, dentist ifXr- li ''
127 Louis R. Chazal and Sons Co. mcht.. Oct. 1Z. lie .....

ko i3 n..fo- mcrpnant ........... .Oct. 12, xio

129 Empire Cafe, restaurant
130 Fred Arnold. Testaurant
131 m. C. Walts and Co., merchant.

lti y. ru. sunu, '""'CI' I' rt n iqi

133 J. A. Hicks ana iiiercuBuiS...-.j.
134- Jrantham Bros., merchants .!
135 h. W. Tucker, electrical supplies. .Oct. li, lsifc

.Oct. 13. 1916 ...

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3.00
3.00
3.00
3.00
9.00
S.00
10.00
3.00
3.00
10.00
5.00
4.50
10.00
3.00
4.50
5.00

2.55 i
' .79
1.25

.29
2.50

.75

.75

.73
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- .75!

1.25
5.00

5.00
.75
12.50

"-.75

2.50

9.3S
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10.00
10.00
2.50
2.50

10.00

5.00

No. NAME OCCUPATION

136 H. T. HalL merchant ......

137 H. B.- Masters Co., merchant .......Oct. 13. 1916

138 The Texas Co.. wholesale oils .Oct. 13. 1916

139 iThe Texas Co., wholesale gasoline. .Oct .13, 1316

140 Florida Soft Phosphate and Lime
Comoanv. nhosnhate nlant ..... Oct 13. 1916

S.oel i4i w. K. o. Veal, physician Oct. 13, 1916
5.001 142 Moses, Coker, restaurant Oct. 13. 1916

i 143 Teuton Supply Co., merchant Oct. IZ. 1916

o144 Rufus Kirbv. livery Oct. 13. 1916

1.50 1 145 Mrs. S. A. Ellis, merchant Oct. 13, 1916
".7s 1 146 Romeo Turpt. Co., merchant ......Oct. 13, 1916
5-00 1 i..- r T-,. r-t- otm r, i? iaic

148 Ocala Ice and Packing Company,

ice factory .Oct. 13, 1916

149 Ocala Mfg. Co., crate factory Oct. 13, 1916

150 B. S. Jennings, merchant Oct. 14, 1916
151 H. W. Counts, physician Oct. 14, 1916
152 Muclan Farms Co.. merchant Oct. 15. 1916

1 153 Ocala Iron Works, machine shop

uuu tvuiiui .. ................... .v. v. ...
154 Mclver and MacKay, undertakers

and embalmers uct. li, ilb

155 Mclver and MacKay, merchants. .. .Oct. 14, 1916
156 (Mclver and MacKay, architects Oct. 14. 1916
157 MIver and MacKay, contractors Oct. 14, 1916
158 Henry Nance, merchant Oct. 14, 1916
159 Guy M. Parrish, vet. surgeon Oct. 14. 1916
160 Marlon Hardware Co., merchant. Oct. 14, 1916
161 Marion Hardware Co., dynamite Oct. 14, 1916

7 1 162 Ocala Telephone Co., telephone

163 'A. L. PrisocrmeVchant ".'.'.'.".'.'..'...Oct. 14, 1916
164 E. C. Jordan and Co., undertakers

and embalmers Oct. 14, 1916

i 165 Tydings and Co., druggists, etc Oct. 14. 1916
" its xxr tt. ii m A.v. rv.i 11 1Q1fi

167 Mrs. M. H. Noble, merchant Oct. 14, 1916

, ,1168 Mrs. K. T. Quick, merchant Oct. 14, 1916

170 Stewart Green, barber ...Oct. 14, 1916
171 S, L. Fridy, merchant ......... Oct. 14, 1916
172 George Ohnmacht, merchant ... Oct. 14, 1916
173 First State Bank, general "banking. .Oct. 14, 1916
174 J. W. Wilson merchant Oct. 14, 1916

175 J. R. Blackiston, vet surgeon . Oct. 14, 1916
176 W. B. Livingston, veterinary Bur-

geon . Oct. 14, U916

500 1 1"7 Calvin Thomas, merchant Oct. 14, 1916
1 II 178 J. W. Hood, physician Oct. 14, 1916
2 50 1 179 J. A. Bouvier, auto repair -garage Oct. 14, 1916

75 I isu a. vr. uaieSi amo saies garage....wi. iaxv

73 i 181 R. W. Ferguson, merchant . .

5.00 1 182Camp Phos. Co., phosphate min.

17 50 1 13 E. P. Martin, lawyer

2 25 I A uougiass, .mercaani ......
r'aa 1 185 Pineapple Orange Co.. merchant.

R ftft 1 186 L Green 'barber .....Oct. 16, 1911

150 187 Crawford and Pasteur, merchant. .Oct. 16, 1916
250 188 Pasteur and Johnson, merchant. A .Oct. 16. 1916
150 189 Mrs. C. E. McQuaig, merchant. .... .Oct. 16, 1916
k'oo 190 Mrs. J. J. Byrd, merchant ....Oct. 16, 1916

fi'noll92 iW. J. Johnson, merchant Oct. 16, 1916

10 00 193 D. M. Smith, physician ....... .Oct. 16, 1916

75(194 sjonn :i. jjewis ana son, mercnani. .xxi. 10, isio

5 00 193 J. W. Alexander, barber Oct. 16, 1916
250 16 J.'.W. Alexander, merchant Oct. 16, 1916
150 197 Henry Raysor, merchant Oct. 16, 1916
500 198 iMrs. M. C. Gray, merchant Oct. 16. 1916

5 00 119 h. in. i4.no d loc k ana ion, mcni. . . .ucl 10, iio

5 00 200 L J. Dankwertz, merchant ... ..
5-00 201 L.' Bluitt, restaurant
2-25 202 L V. Yonge, merchant
600 203 Mrs. C. H. Bateman, merchant.
500 204 J. W. Coulter, merchant
k'oo 205 N. E. Lowe, merchant

15.00 t 206 J. F. Hutchinson, merchant ....

5.00 i zw f .irs. hiia .Myers, mercnant

5 00zvs l j. uiaiocK, mercnant
150 I 209 Scott and Driggers, fresh meat.

5.00 I 210 J. F. Pelot, restaurant

son i 2ii Marion, a Dstract to., aDstracts..

17.50 I 212 Charley Wah. laundry ...... ....

1.50 Z13 mranK tunningnam, mercnant. ..
5!00 I 214 Merrill and Merrill, merchant. .

12.50 1215 M. C. Jackson, merchant

12.50 1216 H. J. Wall and Sons, merchant..

1.50 217 A. Clark Walkup, .physician ....
2.50 218 J. E. Sherouse, merchant .......
1.50 219 W. Moxley, merchant .......
1.50 220 .Meffert and Alaynard merchant.

67.50 1221 H. Thalgott, merchant .........

1.50 I zzz jn. j. ineus, mercnant ..........

12.50 I 223 Easter Gibson, merchant ......

ZZ4 Kaster uioson, restaurant ......

5.00 I 225 M. W. Teuton, merchant ........

25.00 1 226 J. .C. Turnipseed, merchant

5.00 227-S. -Missologt, restaurant .....
1.50 228 J. C. Pillans. merchant .
1.50 229 Toney Gallman, merchant ,-,
1.50 230 E. H. Wilson, merchant . . .

5.00 I 231. Metcalf Drug Store, merchant

2.50 232 O. K. Teapot Grocery, merchant. .Oct. 17, 1916
1.50 233 Walkup Drug Co., druggist .......Oct. 18, 1916
1.50 234 George Vemoue, merchant ........Oct. 18, 1916
1.50 235 Oklawaha Fish Co., shipping fish... Oct. 18, 1916
1.50 236 Ocala Steam Laundry., laundry. ... .Oct. 18, 1916
2.23 237 J. A. Parahan, merchant ....Oct. 48. 1916

5.00 238 Cam-Thomas Co., merchant
1.50 239 Leroy Williams, merchant
1.50 240 S. Demetree, merchant ...

1.50 241 Edward. Tucker, auto sales

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.30 243 'Wilson Lewis, barber .... u i . . .Oct. 18, 1916

.50 1 244 J. W. Randall and Son. merchant. .Oct. 18, 1916

J.00 I 242 John W. Smoak, merchant

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1.50 I 245 Ollie Mordis. merchant

1.50 I 246 L R Hampton, dentist

1.50 247 Moses Grocery Co., merchant
5.00 248 H. A. Waterman, merchant
2:50 249 Richard Jones, merchant. ..
2.50 250 ;M. C. Falana, merchant
.50 251 Mark Finley, merchant ....
H2 252 Civil and Civil, merchant ..
2-50 253 H. H. Herrin. merchant .....

5.00 254

1.50 ( 255 Knight and Strange, merchant ....Oct. 19, 1916

1.50 1256 Knight and Strange, merchant .....Oct. 19. 1916

1.50 1 258 .Mrs. W. J. Carpenter, millinery Oct. 20, 1916

i.oo 259 .M. L. Reynolds, insurance agent..
1.50 260 J. C. DuPree, merchant i.
1.50 261 E. Van Hood, physician
1.5o 262 J. A. aicCarley, merchant
1.50 263 R. A. Jordan, merchant
2.00 264 Walter Donaldson, barber .......
1.50 265 Ida C. Foglestrom, merchant ...
2.50 266 Ocala Coca-Cola Bottling Works,
2.25 bottling works
1.50 267 A. Arabian, merohant

1.50 I 268 B. F. Condon, auto sales
5.00 I 269 Douglas Bros., merchant
1.50 1270 M. S. Sawaya. merchant

70.00 I 271 McCrorey's Stores, Inc., weighing

l.oo j machine .. ...
1.50 272 S. J. Finley. merchant

1.50 I 273 East Florida Telephone Co., tele
1.50 I : Tvhone system

?? I 274 John Livingston, merchant
1.9V I Bit rrNjV...f 1" t 1 o slr nkvoUlan

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Eastlake Inv. Co. Cash Store, mcht.. Oct. 19, 1916

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. niueii v. jjiavn, pnoiviau ....... .vw
i-2 276 Georgia Anderson, merchant ......Oct. 24. 1916
P'jjjj 277 J. Malaver, merchant ........ j..... Oct. 24, 1916
150 278 G. G. Aired, turpt still ....V..... ...Oct. 24, 1916
:150 279 G. G. Aired, merchant Oct. 24, 1916
150 280 Blue Poster Adv. Co., ibill posting. .Oct. 24, 1916
i'ko 281 W. H. Webb, merchant ..... Oct, 24, 1916

22.50 I 282 D. H.' Burry, merchant ...Oct. 24. 1916

i r I ZS3 iseiieview iraaing uo., mercnani. ,ucx. ii

AO- r ia. uiuiiica vf., exo .70.1x1 ...vfc. xjiw

285 Jake Brown, wholesale mercnant. .Oct. za, 1916
286 John Pasteur and Son, merchant. .. .Oct. 25, 1916

287 L R Hampton, for Afro Under

taking Co., undertaicer ana em em-balmer
balmer em-balmer . ... . ..................
-Li. W. Duval, lawyer . ... . .".

1.50 1289 E. G. Peek, physician

1.50 1290 C. A. Reeves, photographer
2.50 I 291 Clara Jackson, restaurant

25.00 292 James Barker 'barber

22.50 1293 Belcher and Son, merchant .

1.50 I 294 R. S. Hughes, merchant

1.50 1295 J. "E. Theus, merchant

1.50 296 Miss A. M. Baldwin, merchant ...

1.50 I 297 McCrorey Stores, Inc., merchant..

1.50 I 238 J. H. Spearing, restaurant .........
1.50 I 299 Dunnellon Phosphate Co., phos-

1.50 1 phate mine

1.50 1200 TiiTTinon Phos?.. Co.. tvhosfohate

1.50 nlant .. .. ... ....Oct. 26. 1916

5.00 soi G. W. Wynn, merchant ..Oct. 28, 1916
2.50 302 M. R Hunnicutt, merchant ........Oct. 30, 1916
1.50 303 Ocala Bazaar, merchant Oct. 31, 1916
1.50 304 Metropolitan Savings Bank, bank.. Oct. 31, 1916
2.55 305 D. M. Kinard, merchant Oct. 31, 1916
1.50 306 B. Goldman, merchant Oct. 31, 1916
1.50 307 B. Goldman spawn shop Oct. 31. 1916
1.50 308 Bettie Taylor, restaurant .....Oct. 31, 1916
1.50 309 J. A. Scott, merchant ............. .Oct. 31, 1916
3.00 310 M. A. Rice and Co., merchant. .... .Oct. 31, 1916

311 A. W. Yongue, merchant ........Oct. 31, 1916
312 J. B. Martin, merchant .......... .Oct. 31, 1916
313 J. B. Martin, turpt still Oct. 31, 1916
314 J. Chas. Smith, merchant Nov. 2, 1916

f-2 I 316 R. L Clyburn. merchant Nov. 2, 1916

317 Matilda Richardson, restaurant ....Nov. 2, 1916

31S Matilda Williams, rooming house... Nov. 2, 1916

319 Hattie Lowrie, merchant Nov. Z, 1916

- I 320 D. Gegner : restaurant Nov. 2, 1916

f t 321 S. G. Nelson, barber
i r" 322 H. Gattrel, physician ... i ........
323 Bank of Dunnellon -banking

.50 I 3Z4 Auto sales t. ana u. jo., gum ma-

1.50 1 v enme ..
1.50 I 325 G. W. Neville, insurance agent...

1.50 1 326 J. M. iseely, insurance agent
i"-;nl327 C. E. Connor, real estate ....

450 1328 F. W. Webber, merchant Nov. 7, 1916
150 I 329 F. W. Webber, ice factory Nov. 7, 1916

5.00 I 30 w. ti. i-ionman, picture snow..

1 50 1331 w. v. ivmg. mercnani
n I 332 J. H. Bateman, pool table.
333 J. H. Bateman, "barber

2.50 I 334 Davis and Gist, shipping fish .

2.25 133a The Gist Co.. merchant

son I 336 Broadwav Grocery Co.. merchant... Nov. 8. 1916

1.251337 William Fonder, roaroer sov. isib
22KI 338 C. W. Moreman. dentist .......... .Nov. 9. 1916

2.50 i 339 E. T. Helvenston. merchant ....... .Nov. 9, 1916

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State County
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. 16,50 23.25
. 25.00 12.50
. 10.00 5.00
. 37.50 18.75
. 10.00 5.00
5.00 2.50
3.00 1.50
5.00 2.50
3.00 1.50
. 3.00 1.50
. 45.00 22.50
. 50.00 25.00
. 15.00 7.50
3.00 1.50
. 10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
. 15.00 7.50
. 75.00 37.50
. 39.00 19.50
. 10.00 5.00
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3.00 1.50
. 10.00 5.00
. 61.50 30.75
. 10.00 5.00
66.15 33.05
3.00. 1.50
. i.00 37.50
6.00 3.00
4.50 2.25
3.00 1.50
4.50 2.25
3.00 1.50
1.00 .50
4.50 2.25
4.50 2.25
. 15.00 7.5t
. 3.00 1.5
. 10.00 5.00
. 10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
. 10.00 5.00
. 10.00 5.00
. 25.00 12.50
. 4.50 2,25
. 37.50 18.75
. 10.00 5.00
. 3.00 1.50
3.00, 1.50
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4.50 2.25
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.60
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
. 10.00 5.00
. 6.00 3.00
2.00 1.00
4.50 2.25
. 3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
5.00 2.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
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3.00 1.50
. 3.00 1.50
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. 20.00 10.00
. 10.00 5.00
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. 3.00 1.50
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3.00 1.50
. 3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
. 3.00 1.50
5.00 2.50
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6.00 3.00
. 5.00 2.50
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. 10.50 5.25
. 3.00 1.50
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. 6.00 3.00
. x 3.00 1.50
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. 25.00 12.50
. 7.50 3.75
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. 10.00 5.00
. 4.50 2.25
. 16.50 8.25
. 3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
:. 3.00 1.50
.. 3.00 1.50
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.. 4.50 2.25
.. 4.50 2.25
, 7.50 3.75
3.00 1.50
..'. 2.50
.. 4.50 2.25
. 10.00 5.00
, 3.00 1.50
.. 3.00 5 1.50
.. 1.00 .50
3.00 1.50
. 20.00 10.00
. 3.00 1.50
..." 26.00 12.50
. 7.50 3.75
.. 3.00 1.50
.. 5.00 2.50
.. 3.00 2.50
.. 4.20 2.10
.. 3.00 1.50
.. 10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
6.00 3.60
. 20.00 10.00
3.00 1.50
5.00 2.50
. 3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
4.50 2.25
. 25.00 12.50
. 15.00 7.50
.. 3.00 1.50
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. 10.00 5.00
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5.00 2.50
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3.00 1.50
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. 6.00 3.00
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7.50 5.75
. 5.00 J.50
. 40.00 20.00
. 40.00 20.00
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
4.50 2.25
. 15.00 7.50
. 3.00 1.50
4.50 2.25
.. 100.00 50.00
5.00 2.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
. 3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
... 45.00 22.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
3.00 1.50
5.00 2.50
5.00 2.50
3.00 1.50
.. 5.00 2.50
1.00 : .50
.. 10.00 5.00
. 15.00 7.50
5.00 2.50
.. 25.00
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.. 10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
. 10.00 5.00
.. 10.00 5.00
3.00 1.50
.. 25.00 12.50
.. 1.00 .50
.. 10.00 5.00
7.50' 3.75
3.00 1.50
.. 2.00 1.00
10.00 5.00
.. 13.50 6.75

IVOULD BAR DRUG

CHEMIST TELLS OF DEADLY EF

FECTS OF PEYOTE.

Demoralizing to Ute Indian Tribe, Is

the Charge Made Really Is Some Something
thing Something New In the Way
of Narcotics.
Discovery that the roots and bios-

Boms or a plant knora aa.peyote,
chewed by the Indiana of the Uinta
basin, contain properties like unto
opium, and which are deadly in their

effect, has been made by Herman

Harms, Utah state chemist, according

to a Salt Lake City correspondent of

the Philadelphia Record. So seriously

does Mr. Harms regard the menace
of the weed that he recommends that

the next legislature take proper steps
to include the plant in the list of pro

hibited narcotics.

Peyote constitutes the dried roots

and dried blossoms of a small cactus
plant that grows In the southwestern
section of the United States. Some of

it grows in Utah, notably the Uinta
basin. Ute Indians, many of them, are

habitual users of peyote and some In

clude it In certain forms of their re

ligious ceremonies.

"At the present time," Chemist

Harms says in his report to the gov governor
ernor governor of Utah, "the Ute Indians hold
their "peyote service every Saturday

night until Sunday morning at Rand Rand-lette,
lette, Rand-lette, Utah, and from all accounts this

evil habit is growing at a rapid rate
with decidedly demoralizing effects on
these people."

The growth of the use of peyote

among the Indians and the subsequent
effect upon them attracted the atten

tion of some of the white residents

of the Uinta basin, Including Senator

Don B. Coltcn. He called the atten attention
tion attention of Governor Spry to the matter,
and the governor ordersd ah immedi immediate
ate immediate and thorough investigation.
Peyote Is something new In the way
of narcotics, as Mr. Harms found out
during the investigation. Here is a
cactus plant, common enough in the
western states, that contains juices
as powerful as' opium or morphine.
Mr. Harms consulted the leading med medical
ical medical and pharmaceutical books, but
none of them. contained even a men mention
tion mention of peyote. He also wrote to the
Thomas Nelson research and infor
mation bureau of New York for infor information
mation information about it, but received no reply.
Mr. Harms then set about an exhaus exhaustive
tive exhaustive investigation of his own with the
samples he had received from the
Uinta country.
Both the roots and blossoms of the
peyote plant are chewed by the In

dians after the manner in which Pe-1

ruvians derive the effects of cocaine
from chewing coca leaves. The blos blossoms
soms blossoms are more delectable In the eyes
of the victims of the habit than tho
roots.
At first peyote causes as great state
of mental exhilaration and excitement.
Then It deadens the senses, produces
abnormal dreams, is demoralizing, and
finally this peyote causes the Indians
to remain drunk or in a stupor for
two or three days.
Peyote was first Introduced under
the form of a religious ceremony, and
during the singing and dancing it was
passed around until the Indians were
drunt with it. It contains, among
other constituents, an alkaloldal prin principle,
ciple, principle, to which, no doubt, is due the
powerful narcotic action upon the hu human
man human system. Its indiscriminate use
produces a demoralizing, harmful and
depraved condition.

Imperial library and has produced sat satisfactory"
isfactory" satisfactory" results, the ministry of edu education
cation education has decided that It should be
followed In this country, says the Na National
tional National Review of Shanghai, and con consequently
sequently consequently has memorialized the presi president
dent president requesting that the ministry of
the Interior be Instructed to order all
publishers and authors who wish to
register their publications In accord accordance
ance accordance with the publication law to pre present
sent present Peking library with a complimen complimentary
tary complimentary copy so as to enrich the national
treasury of letters.

Enlarging Peking Library.
The ministry of education is con contemplating
templating contemplating the enlargement of the Pe Peking
king Peking library by adding to it from time
to time all the newly published books
in order that the progress of society
and of the commonwealth of letters
may be substantially recorded.
According to the publication laws of
foreign countries, It Is required that a
specimen copy of every new publica publication
tion publication which is to be registered has to
be presented to the national library.
As this procedure was adopted "by
Janan after the establish wpnt nf the

v Turned Around.
Things are not always what they
seem -nor so old, either.
"Is this a genuine antique? asked
the customer suspiciously.
"Certainly,' replied the 'dealer, in

an offended voice. "It 13 inore than
six huudred years old."
"That's remarkable," commented
the customer dryly. "It Is dated 1912."
But the antique dealer was not to
be caught napping.
"Let me see," he said. "Why, so
It is! That's the fault of my assist assistant
ant assistant He's put the figures on wrongly.
It ought to be 1219." Pittsburgh
Chronicle-Telegraph.
A Dainty Touch.
"And her mean husband thinks she's
extravagant"
"Why?"
"Just because she Insists on having
Fido's monogram stamped on his do?
biscuit."

A GOOD WORK

The ladies of the Christian Church
Aid Society are having several all day
meetings this week to finish the la ladies'
dies' ladies' and children's kimonas, bath
robes, etc., which will be on sale at an
early date. Anyone wishing to give
a special order for any; particular
kind or size kimona, or bath, robe,
may phone Mrs. J. E. Chace.

COUNTY OFFICIALS

Judge W.

S.

Bullock,

Circuit
Ocala.

State Attorney Geo. W. Scofield,
Inverness.
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Ocala.
Sheriff John P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Assesor Alfred Ayer," Ocala.
Tax. Collector W. L. Colbert,
Ocala.
County Judge W. E. Smith, Ocala.
Superintendent of Schools J. H.
Brinson.
Surveyor Alex. Moorehead, Ocala.
Commissioners W. D. Carn, Wal Walter
ter Walter II. Luff man, N. A. Fort, S. E.
Pyles and J. T. Hutchins.
. Members School Board G. S. Scott,
Ocala; B. R. Blitch, Blitchton; J. S.
Grantham, Fort McCoy.
Sub-School Trustees Jack Camp,
J. E. Chace, W. T. Gary.
Nervous Women
When the nervousness is caused by
constipation, as is often the case, you
will get quick relief by taking Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets. These tablets also
improve the digestion. Obtainable
everywhere.
. .
If you can not come, ""phone us your
wants. We are always at your ser-
vice. The Court Pharmacy. 22-tf

PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates mde on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Othar
Contractor in tb- city.

Indigestion
when chronic is permanently corrected by
the celebrated Snivar Mineral Water. Pos Positively
itively Positively guaranteed by money-back offer.
Tastes fine; costs a trifle Delivered any anywhere
where anywhere by our Ocala Distributors, Court
Pharmacy. Phone them.

340 Jerry Burnett, merchant tailor....
341 -H. F. Watt, physician
342 J. D. Walling and Co.. saw mill....
343 S. Fe'ntoerg1, merchant
344 M". M. Proctor and Son, merchant..
345 Spring Park Farms, turpt still....
346 Spring Park Farms, merchant ....
347 John Armstrong restaurant
348 W. O. Russell, itinerant vendor ot
dTUgs
349 Lynne N. S. Co., turpi still
350 Florida Houe, -hotel ...
Sal-rSasser and Richards, merchant...-
352 R. A. Carlton, merchant
353 B. J. Benson, merchant
354 Silver Springs Co.. merchant .....
355 Marcus Frank merchant
356 Iouis Weihe. merchant
357 H. 1L Meadows, merchant
358 Collier Bros., livery

35? Collier Bros., storage
360 Dunnellon Ice, Storage and

-hine Co., ice ractory
3S1 Fred Jennings, merchant ...
362 K. W. Russ and Co.. merchant
363 Dunnellon Supply Co., -merchant...
?.64 Dunnellon Supply Co., dynamite...
365 M. Burrell. merchant
366 Pricllla Bradley, restaurant .....
367 W. H. Pegram. merchant
368 Berdonl atrd Riley, merchant
469 Wrnrberly and Hall, merchant
370 E. G. Rivers, merchant
371 Wheeler Bros., show
372 World's Progressive Shows, show.
373 D. W. Tompkins, livery and feed
sta'ble ..
374 D. W. Tompkins, sales stable.,...

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9, 1916 ........ 10.00 5.00
11, 1916 10.00 5.00
14, 1916 25.00 12.50
14, 1916 4.50 2.25
14, 1916 ........ 3.00 1.50
14, 1916 5.00 17.50
14, 1916 3.00 1.50
15, 1916 5.00 2.50
15, 1916 25.00 12.50
17, 1916 20.00 10.00
18, 1916 10.00 .OO
18. 1916 3.00 1.50
20. 1916 3.00 1.50
21, 1916 .... 6.00 3.00
21, 1916 3.00 1.50
21. 1916 9.00 4.50
21. 1516 3.00 1.50
21. 1916 3.00 1.50
23. 1916 5.00 2.50
23, 1916 .... 10.00 5.00
24, 1916 15.00 7.50
25, 1916 .... 3.00 1.50
25 1916 4.50 2.25
27, 1916 9.00 4.50
27, 1916 10.00 5.00
27, 1916 3.00 1.50
29, 1916 5.00 2.50
29. 1916 3.00 1.50
30, 1916 3.00 1.50
8, 1916 3.00 1.50
8 1916 3.00 1.50
8, 1916 15.00 7.50
8, 1916 50.00 25.00
9. 1916 5.00 2.50
9, 1916 25.00 12.50

STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
I. W. E. Smith, county fudge In and for Marlon county, do certify that the
foregoing report contains a true statement of all occupational licenses is issued
sued issued in Marion county, from the 7th day of May, 1916, to the 9th day of De December.
cember. December. 1916, "both days Inclusive.
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OCALA WEEKLY STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1916

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Gibson's art tally cards, score pads
and novelties, at Gerig's Drug Store.
v Come in and see our line of holiday
good3 before purchasing your Christ Christmas
mas Christmas presents Gerig's, Ocala's best
drug store. tf
We make 5 and 10 cent loaves of
bread, and advise buying the 10 cent
loaf. Carter's Bakery. tf
Seed oats, seed rye ana rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
: .
Homemade and baker's bread 5
cents a loaf at Carter's Bakery. Ask
for CARTER'S. tf
Keep in mind the children's kimona
and bath robe sale to' be given next
week by the Christian Church Aid
Society. Special orders taken by Mrs.
J. E. Chace.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
Insist on having Carter's Delicious
Cake (five flavors) 10 cents. tf
For refreshing HOT or cold drinks
call at the Court Pharmacy. 22-tf
We have an attractive line of Gib Gibson
son Gibson art X-mas cards. Gerig's Drug
Store. 7-tf
For sewerage connections, plumb plumbing,
ing, plumbing, tin work and repairing, see P. A.
Durand, phone 494. 6-tr
"We carry a full line of kodaks and
Brownie cameras for Christmas gifts.
Gerjg's Drug Store. tf
The Evening star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.
A fullline of Waterman's Ideal
fountain pens, baskets, stationery and
novelties for Christmas. Gerig's. tf
Mr. J. H. Pegram, who for the past
year has been bookkeepr at the Mar
ion Hardware Co., has accepted a like
position with the Ocala Iron Works
and began .with his new duties today.
Mr. D. C. Stiles Jr., cashier of the
Commercial Bank, paid a trip to
Jacksonville a few days ago, and said
the f air there did not compare with
our Marion County Fair.
Mr. L. E. Yonce of the Maxwell
service department, went to St. Pe Petersburg
tersburg Petersburg Saturday afternoon and will
return tomorrow morning. Mr. Yonce
is visting his father and sisters, Mr.
Yonce, Mrs. Ramsaur and Mrs. Han Hannah,
nah, Hannah, ..vT3!paj
THE SPECIALTY SHOP
Cranes Fine
J
Stationery
Attractively Boxed
Christmas Greeting
- Cards
Gilt Dressings and
Holiday Boxes
Now On Sale
A. E. GERIG
Phone 165
One Door East of M. & C. National
' Bank v -:
Evening Star
Unclassified
Ads.
Bring
Results
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PHONE

OFFICERS OF SUB-EXCHANGE

Held a Meeting Saturday and Heard a
Satisfactory Report
A meeting of the officers of the Ma Ma-ion
ion Ma-ion Sub-Exchange was held in its of office
fice office here Saturday. Present were Z.
C. Chambliss, 1 president; H. L. Bor Borland,'
land,' Borland,' vice president; A. R. Sandlin,
secretary and treasurer and W. R.
Lee and J. H. Mathews, directors.
It was reported that the Ocala
packing house was working on full
time, sending out a dozen carloads last
week, while thiry cars were shipped
out of the territory controlled by this
office.-
A co-operation of business, interests
between the sub-exchange, and the
Exchange Supply Co., of Tampa, W.
F. Miller, manager, is under consid consideration.1'
eration.1' consideration.1'
PLEASED THE PEOPLE
OF ST. PETERSB.URG
'Nobody Home was Musical, Amu Amu-'
' Amu-' sical and Novel
(St. Petersburg Independent)
A novel show was at the Plaza the theater
ater theater last night. It was a musical com comedy
edy comedy that was musical and full of com comedy.
edy. comedy. It was called "Nobody Home,"
which., had little to do with the plot
or anything pertaining to the show.
But what's in a name? It was just as
amusing and interesting and pleasing
called that as by any other name.
Charles McNaughton made the show
a success. Besides McNaughton, who
scored heavily, Miss Gertrude Ben Bennett
nett Bennett and Joseph He3S were big hits.
They danced wonderfully well and
were roundly applauded after each
exhibition of the newest dances. Many
persons in St. Petersburg who have
seen the best dancers in the country
declared that Miss Bennett and Mr.
Hess were as good as the Castles or
anybody they had ever seen. The
couple danced with remarkable grace
and great skin, their movements being
the perfection of grace. Miss Ben Bennett's
nett's Bennett's work was the more spectacular
but she had to have the assistance of
her partner who was fully up to the
requirements.
"Nobody Home" was further im
proved by the presence in the cast of
Miss Cecelia Novasio, whose laugh
alone was worth going miles to hear,
it was so spontaneous and unaffected
She gave a reading, set to music, call
ed "A Question of Bait," that was
splendidly done and made a hit. Her
work all through was lively and good.
She acted as an attractive buffer for
McNaughton and helped to bring out
his work. He played the part of a
provincial Englishman, away -from
home for the first time, and was very
amusing and comically foolish, j The
others in the cast were good and on
the whole "Nobody Home" was well
worth the price of admission.
EDUCATIONAL MEETING
AT FELLOWSHIP
On last Saturday the regular meet meeting
ing meeting of the county educational associa association
tion association was held at the Fellowship school
house.
Although the great conference was
in session in Ocala and a circus was
in town and the day was rainy we had
a splendid attendance of teachers
from various parts of the county,
much interest was shown and we had
a bountiful dinner such as the place is
noted for.
The main feature of the forenoon
discussion was a paper by Professor
Cassels on the extent of authority
that a teacher may exercise over pur
pils away from the school house and
grounds. He had gone into the sub subject
ject subject fully and quoted largely from the
best authorities in the United States
to the effect that the range of author authority
ity authority is much wider than generally sup supposed.
posed. supposed. The paper will be prepared
for publication and will be of interest
throughout the state.'
State Rural School Inspector Shel Shel-ton
ton Shel-ton Phillips was with us and entered
into the discussions very freely.
Immediately after the dinner the
audience again gathered in the school
house and gave 4very close attention
to a demonstration on teaching frac fractions
tions fractions by Mrs. Rex Todd of the Ocala
school. The subject was clearly pre presented
sented presented by one very skillful in her
work. '..
This was followed by an address or
lecture by Mr. Phillips. He was
thoroughly at home with his audience
and with his subject and had the very
closest attention from start to finish.
; The association now i adjourned to
meet with the Anthony people and
school on Saturday, January 13. Fair Fairfield
field Fairfield and Ocklawaha extended very
cordial invitations to be with them
for the next meeting but Anthony was
selected and we hope to be with them
later.
BETTER BUSINESS
Saturday, we found a bunch of our
prominent citizens on the M. & C.
Bank corner arguing intently on some
subject. We were greatly encouraged
to, find it was about crops and ferti fertilizer
lizer fertilizer and not politics.

CLOSING OF THE

M. E. CONFERENCE
(Continued from Page Three.)
Leon Circuit W. C. Strickland.
Lafayette Mission J. F. Bray.
Madison C. F. Blackburn.
Madison Circuit F. B. Adams.
Mayo Circuit A. M. Mann.
Montieello E. J. Gates.
Perry W. C. Norton.
Quincy H. G. Davis.
Sopchoppy J. L. Hunter.
Tallahassee S. W. Lawler.
WaukeenIa Mission- George P.
Hendry.
West Madison Mission J. J.
Thompson (Supply).
Woodville Mission F.vB. Langford.
Tampa District
Presiding Elder W. A. Myres.
Bloomingdale Circuit To be sup supplied.
plied. supplied. Bradenoown C. W. White.
Ellenton Circuit T. W. Carlton.
Myakka Circuit F. M. C. Eads.
Palmetto J. A. Hendry.
Parrish and Wimauna C. C. Cecil.
Sarasota L W. Longacre.
Seffner Circuit E. M. Lantz.
Tampa, First Church W.'A. Coop Cooper.
er. Cooper. Tampa, Gary Mision J. E. Mickler.
Tampa, Highland Avenue and City
Mission John Beers.
Tampa, Hyde Park LVM. Broyules
Tampa, Nebraska Avenue Mission
S. A. Wilson.
Tampa, Port Tampa Mission W.
C. Fountain. 4
Tampa, Tampa Meights T. J." Nix Nixon.'
on.' Nixon.' Agent Preachers Relief Fund B.
K Thrower, First Church Q. C.
Manatee H. F. Harris.
Latin District
Presiding Elder J. D. Lewis.
Key West, El Salvador Francisco
Bean (Supply).
Key West, La Trinidad and Sibert
Gate Mission D. Carrera.
Tampa, San Juan L. Oser.
Tampa, San Marcus and San Lucas
S. P. Cureill, Ernesto Estevez.
Tampa, San Mateo Guillermo Perez.-'."":'
; ''
Tampa, San Pedro Juan Bosell
(Supply.)
Tampa, San Paola, Italian Mission
I. T. Cameron, A. Beina (Supply).
Missionary to Cuba I. Gonzalez.
Missionary to Cuba-M. J. Castel Castel-lanes.
lanes. Castel-lanes.
Missionary to Cuba R. D. Barrios.
Transferred James E. Evans, Lit Little
tle Little Rock conference; W. S. Reneher,
Alabama conference ; J. D. Williams
and W .B. Duncan, Jr., South Caro Carolina
lina Carolina conference.
AN A LEFT OUT
x The Board of Trade has had a big
sign swung across Magnolia street,
from its quarters to the buildings op opposite.
posite. opposite. It is a good sign, but the ar
tist has left the letter "a" out of "In
formation," which gives it a decided decidedly
ly decidedly bum aspect. He should make it
good. The money for ( the sign was
raised by a collection among the mem members
bers members of the board.
POLLING PLACES
The polling places for tomorrow's
election will be at the following
points:,
First ward -Robertson's garage.
Second City hall.
Third Theus' furniture store.
Fourth Pool room in Robertson
building on Main street.
THREE FORDS
. Three second-hand Fords at a big
bargain. Cash or time. R. R. Carroll.
AdveTtsie in the Star.
SAFETY
FIRST
Has become the slogan not
only on the highways of
travel, but also in all lines
of industry. There's no
such thing as safety if
your valuable property ia
not covered by
FIRE INSURANCE
We represent a number of
the most reliable companies
in existence, and our facil facilities
ities facilities are not surpassed in
Florida.
D. W. DAVIS, Agency
HOLDER BLOCK
OCALA :-: FLA.

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Dp. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
allays and subdues nervous t excitability, irritability, nervous
exhaustion, and other distressing symptoms commonly attendant
upon functional and organic diseases of the feminine organs.
The Prescription" induces refreshing sleep and relieves
mental anxiety and despondency. Known everywhere as the
standard, remedy for the diseases of women. Your
dealer in medicines sells it in liquid or sugar-coated tablet
form; or you can send fifty one-cent stamps to Dr. Pierce
for a trial box of "Favorite Prescription Tablets."
i
Doctor Pierce s Pleasant Pellets Regulate and Invigorate
Stomach, Liver and Bowels, Sugar-coated Tiny Granules.

PROSPERITY UNPRECEDENTED
(Continued from First Page)
the great service which shows such
practical results should be given the
men and money necessary to carry on
its great work even more efficiently
The force of commercial attaches
should' be enlarged. Further sums
should be provided for the foreign
traveling ". service. The department
acknowledges .with keen appreciation
the aid which congress has given. The
funds for promoting the foreign trade
of the country are now five times larg larger
er larger than they were four years ago.
The results are many times greater
than the increase in funds."
The secretary urges larger appro appropriations
priations appropriations for all the bureaus of his de department,
partment, department, and for enlarged buliding
facilities .by private concerns, thus
crippling the department in its work.
This is: particularly true, he says, of
the scientific bureaus. Higher pay is
asked for these experts.
"Never," says the report, "has the
demand jfor scientific and technically
trained men been so great as at pres present
ent present This has resulted in the loss of
many well-trained men in the bureau
of standard's staff .The time has
come when some of the salaries of
such experts must be increased or
their services dispensed with. This
can not be done' without a loss in qual quality
ity quality and the deterioration of the high
standard of the bureau's work."
Experts in the bureau of foreign
and domestic commerce, the report de declares,
clares, declares, are paid much less than men
similarly placed in other government
departments and in private employ.
The report tells of efforts during
the year to reduce industrial wastes
and of its paper saving and other
campaigns and work in introducing
new sea foods through the bureau of
fisheries
Pale
Children
Made over to your Wong,
with rosy cheeks, hearty ap appetites,
petites, appetites, vigorous digestion and ro robust
bust robust health. Give them a glass ot
this delicious digestant with meals
Shivai Ale
PCBE DIGESTIYE ABQMATICS WITH
SKIYAR K1KERAL WATER AND GINGER
Nothing like it for building rich
blood and solid fiesh. At all gro grocers
cers grocers and druggists satisfaction or
your money back on first dozen.
Bottled and guaranteed by the cele celebrated
brated celebrated Shivar Mineral Spring, Shel Shel-ton,
ton, Shel-ton, S. C If your regular dealer
cannot supply you telephone
JAKE BROWN,
DISTRIBUTOR FOR. OCALA.
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and E&IBAMIERS
PHONES 47. 104. 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

W-0ksLjM 'ip

DO YOU
Backache

Nervous Lost Vitality
Tenderness Low Down
It is because of some derangement or disease
distinctly feminine. Write Dr. Pierce's Faculty at
Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
Consultation is free and advice is strictly in
confidence. ;
Woman's delicate system requires more than
ordinary care and attention more care and attention
than it is given by the average woman.
Neglect it and ills soon creep in, and the
look of old age, sometimes quickly, sometimes gradu gradually
ally gradually follows.
That backache, so common among women,
brings with it. the sunken chest, the lieadaclie,
tired muscles, crow's-feet, and soon the youthful body
is no more youthful in appearance and all because
of lack of attention.
Dr. Pierce's Favorite Prescription
restores the health and spirits and removes those
painful symptoms mentioned above. It has been sold
by druggists for nearly fifty years, in fluid form,
giving general satisfaction. It can now be had is
tablet form, as modified by E. V. Fierce, M. D.

SUPREME COURT
V UPHELD THE STATE
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 11. The supreme
court today upheld the New York
ccurt decision annulling the franchise
of the Long Savlt Development com company
pany company for development of a power
piant project on the St. Lawrence
river.
RULED IN FAVOR
OF THE RAILROADS
Washington, Dec. 11. The supreme
court today held the Interstate Com Com-rierce
rierce Com-rierce Commission cannot compel the
railroads-to furnish oil tank cars to
shippers. The court upheld the in injunction
junction injunction of the Pennsylvania railroad
secured against such an order.
- Cough Medicine for Children
Mrs. Hughv Cook, Scottsville, N. Y.,
says: "About five years ago when we
were, living in Garbutt, N. Y., I doc doctored
tored doctored two of my children suffering
from colds with Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and found it just as repre represented
sented represented in every way. It promptly
checked their coughing and cured
their, colds quicker than anything I
ever used." Obtainable everywhere.
Four hundred and twenty acres of
the best hammock land in the Ockla Ocklawaha
waha Ocklawaha valley. Lands near this are pro producing
ducing producing 100 bushels of corn to the
acre. I will sell this tract for $10 per
acre cash for quick sale. S. S. Sav Savage,
age, Savage, Ocala, Fla, 7-12t
Prescriptions left here are COR CORRECTLY
RECTLY CORRECTLY FILLED and promptly de delivered.
livered. delivered. The Court Pharmacy. 22-tf
A. C. I SCHEDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1:05
p. m.
No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
p. m.
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. xn.
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m. 1
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny
Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.
Good for Constipation
Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent
for constipation. They are pleasant
to take and mild and gentle in effect.
Obtainable everywhere.
Genuine BUTTERNUT BREAD
"made in Ocala" by Carter's Bakery,
at 10 cents a loaf. Insist upon hav having
ing having Carter's. tf

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2?agin$Down Sensations

Lakeland. Fla. "My fother has al always
ways always been." a firm advocate of Dr.
Pierce's Favorite Prescription, as It had
sf rved many a good purpose in her ex experience
perience experience with it. I. too, nave used dt to
the best of advantage for woman's
troubles, and when my own daughter
reaches womanhood I will give it to
her, so firm is my conviction of Its
many virtues. The purpose of my us using
ing using it was for irregularity. My physi physical
cal physical condition was very much run rundown
down rundown -did not care much to stir aoout
or work. I took the medicine right
along without missing a dose util my
general troubles were all corrected.
Any woman, especially a motner, can cannot
not cannot make a mistake in. using the 'Fav 'Favorite
orite 'Favorite Prescription." Mrs. Lavina Dee Dee-son,
son, Dee-son, 804 N. Florida, Ave., Lakeland, Fla.
UWCLASSiFEO AO:
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR REIt'T AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOUND Bird dog, white, spotted
black, black ears and black spots on
back at head or tale; recently clipped.
Party can have same by calling for
dog and paying for this acL-and'his
keep. Address, J. A. Manly, R. F. D.
A6, Ocala. 12-9-6t
FOR RENT Eight-room house on
Adams and Daugherty streets: all
modern conveniences. Exceptionally
desirable neighborhood. Apply to A.
G. Gates, Ocala, Fla. 9-tf
WANTED Experienced salesman, to
work in ladies' and gents' furnishing
store. Address Box 182, Ocala? or
call at the Star office. 7-tf
FOR RENT Unfurnished room, with
fire place; suitable for couple. No
children wanted. Call phone 148, or
apply at 219 E. Oklawaha avenue. 6 3t
FORD ROADSTER FOR SALE In
first class .condition throughout. Ap Apply
ply Apply to "R. R. Carroll, Star office. tf
WANTED One thousand cords of 4 4-foot
foot 4-foot pine wood. Apply to Electric
Light Department, Ocala, Fla. x6-tf.
FOR SALE One half -karat perfect
diamond ring; will sell at a sacrifice.
Address Room 11, Carlton House. 4 6t
FOR RENT Three rooms, suitable
for light housekeeping; a kitchen, din dining
ing dining room and bed room, all furnished,
in the iBerman flat, south side postof postof-fice
fice postof-fice square. All modern conveniences.'
Apply to C. M. Livingston, at Colon Colonial
ial Colonial Hotel. 11-23-tf
COTTAGE TO RENT Well located,
five-room cottage, all conveniences;
$15 per month. Apply to Carrall, at
Star office. tf
WANTED I pay cash iW all kind3
of second hand flour, sugar, apple,
oil and half barrels. Drop me a pos postal
tal postal stating what you have and where
and I will come and get them. C. Y,
Miller, 124 South 10th street, Ocala,
Fla. 11-21-tf
FOR SALE Three chair barber shop
outfit. Enquire at Harrington Hall
Barbershop, Ocala, Fla. 11-1 4-lm
MONEY TO LEND If you want
some, call and see me. Will lend in
sum3 from $300 to $5,000 on first
mortgage on improved city property.
Laurie T. Izlar, Ocala. 27-tf
FOR SALE Cheap, 1916 Reo carl
Apply, to T. C. Carter, at Carter's
Bakery, Ocala. Fla. 28-tf
WANTED An experienced chauffeur
at once. Apply to No. 230 Franklin
street, east. 5-tf
FOR RENT Two furnished bed bed-rooms.
rooms. bed-rooms. Apply at residence 230 East
Broadway, or to J. H. Pegram, Ocala
Ironworks. 12-ll-6t
FOR SALE Large oak, roll top desk
in first class condition; full comple complement
ment complement of pigeonhole drawers and large
botton drawers. Apply to Mrs. J.
Johnson at Colonial hotel, or inquire
at Star office. 12-ll-3t



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