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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
Language:
English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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OCALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1916

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Berlin, Dec. 12. The Teutonic Al Allies
lies Allies propose peace.
PROPOSE TERMS OF
LASTING PEACE
Germany and her allies, Turkey,
Bulgaria and Austria-Hungary, pro propose
pose propose to enter forthwith into peace
negotiations. Chancellor Von Beth-man-Hollweg
handed a note to the
representatives of the United States,
Spain and Switzerland and nations
protecting German interests in hos hostile
tile hostile countries and asked them to bring
it to the attention of hostile govern governments.
ments. governments. Proposals were also trans transmitted
mitted transmitted to the' Vatican and all other
neutrals.
The propositions they will bring
forward are appropriate to lasting
peace, the chancellor told neutral en envoys.
voys. envoys. A semi-official news agency
said the note would be read in the
Reichstag .today by Chancellor Von
Bethmann-Hollweg.
WASHINGTON SURPRISED
Washington, Dec. 12. The news of
Teutonic peace proposals generally
was a distinct surprise here. No pre previous
vious previous open indication had been ap apparent'
parent' apparent' that the Central Powers were
about to make peace proposals. The
news was sent to President Wilson
immediately. Secretary Tumulty said
the president couldn't- comment on
the subject until he learned how the
Entente Allies had received the pro proposals.
posals. proposals. The state department and diplomats
in Washington received the first in information
formation information of the German proposals
through Associated Press dispatches.
Officials assumed that the nations ad addressed
dressed addressed were merely asked to trans transmit
mit transmit the proposals. The United States
will do this on receipt of official dis dispatches.
patches. dispatches. Such notes usually are not
made public if the proposal is deem deemed
ed deemed .which both sides might negotiate.
The United States will probably urge
its being taken up.
RESPONSIBILITY IS HEAVY
London, Dec. 12. A Berlin wireless
said that Chancellor Von Bethmann Bethmann-Hollweg,
Hollweg, Bethmann-Hollweg, in an address to the Reich Reichstag
stag Reichstag today, announced that Germany
and her allies, "conscious of their re responsibility
sponsibility responsibility before God, before their
own nation and before humanity,"
have proposed to the hostile powers
to enter into peace negotiations.
THEY NEEDN'T QUIT
A news agency dispatch from Am Amsterdam
sterdam Amsterdam said that Emperor William
notified his generals to continue fight fighting
ing fighting until -it is known whether the
Teutonic peace offer will be accepted.
INTENDS TO RESTORE THE
STATUS QUO
Washington, Dec. 12. German em embassy
bassy embassy dispatches indicated the Ger German
man German peace terms generally proposed
the restoration of the status quo be before
fore before the war with the exception of
the establishment of the independent
kingdoms of Poland and Luthiania. It
is understood to propose the complete
restoration of occupied portions of
Belgium and France in return for
Germany's captured colonies. The

Balkan situation is to be disposed of
in peace conference.
BRITISH MAKE NO COMMENT
Londpn, Dec. 12. The foreign of office
fice office declined to discuss the German
peace proposal until the f terms have
been received.
TIME WASTED
Norfolk, Dec. 12. Proceedings of
the Southern Commercial Congress
halted when news of German peace
proposals was received, and a prayer
was offered for their success
IN BRIEF, GERMANY
Berlin, Dec. 12. Chancellor Beth-mann-Hollweg,
announcing the peace

proposals to the Reichstag, said the
German object of German proposition

was to guarantee the existence of

honor and liberty of evolution for the
four Central Powers.

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ERIUA IS AT
A DISADVAHT

In Canal Business, Says Goethals,

Who Wants the Zone En Entirely
tirely Entirely Annexed

ABMY-THANSPORT
IS AGROUND

Sumner's Women and Children Pas Passengers
sengers Passengers Have Been Brought
Ashore in Safety

(Associated Press)
- New York, Dec. 12. The ; women
and children among the 232 passeng passengers
ers passengers on board the transport Sumner,
which is aground off Barnegat, N. J.,
coast, have been landed, according to
a wireless from the Sumner. The
Sumner grounded last night, during a
heavy fog.

I NEED THE CAR
AND YOU NEED THE STAR

Please subscribe or make a re renewal
newal renewal to me personally or to the pa paper
per paper for my benefit.
Very respectfully yours,
12-Ct J. H. Brinson.

BY ALL MEANS

SEND MR. BRYAN

St. Louis, Dec. 10. A new peace
movement was before the Federal
Council of the Churches of Christ last
night in the shape of suggestions
from William Jennings Bryan' and for former
mer former Congressman Richard Bartholdt,
of St. Louis, that the churches of
America send a delegation to Europe
in an effort to end the- war. Mr.
Bryan launched the suggestion and
Mr. Bartholdt endorsed it, adding that
Mr. Bryan should be sent as head of
the delegation.

NOTICE TO MEMBERS
v OF THE Y. W. A.

The Y. W. A. will meet Friday
night at 6:30 at the Baraca and Phil Phil-athea
athea Phil-athea room, instead of tonight. All
members are urged to be present.

$ (Associated Press)
" Pittsburg, Dec. 12. Major General

Goethals, addressing the Engineers'
Society of Western Pennsylvania last
night, recommended the abrogation of

the Taft agreement with the republic

of Panama and the establishment of

a complete sovereignty over the canal
zone by the United States.
He said the canal could be made to
pay is the United States engaged in
business; other than shipping. He said
the present rating gave all the ad

vantage to English shipping and if

the canal tolls were "put on the proper
basis the United States, could soon
pay the interest on the bonds.

TICKLED FOLKS IN TAMPA

Said Nobody Home" was a Glittering
Success
The Tampa Tribune says of "No "Nobody
body "Nobody Home," which will appear at the
Temple tomorrow night:
Opening the season at the Tampa
Bay Casino, John P. Slocum's com company
pany company in "Nobody Home" was greeted
by an audience that was not chary in
its expression of approval. The com company
pany company is one of the largest on the
road this season and it boasts such
stellar headliners as Charles Mc Mc-Naughton
Naughton Mc-Naughton and Cecelia Novasio and
two wonderful dancers, Joseph Hess
and Gertrude Bennet. Aside from
these principals, "Nobody Home"
consists of a consistent array of lesser
talen and a chorus girl .outfit that has
little difficulty in passing the rather
indulgent "road" inspection. "Nobody
Home" carries its 'own orchestra,
which was recruited last night by sev several
eral several local musicians. As a producer
cf the "laughter that lengthens life"
so the bills state it it is much

more than worth while and consider considering
ing considering the inf requency of good attrac attractions
tions attractions which, can be induced to travel
this far South in these times of the theatrical
atrical theatrical stringency, this show is en entitled
titled entitled to the "glad hand" and substan substantial
tial substantial patronage.

A PLEASANT OCCASION
IS ANTICIPATED

Mrs. E. Van Hood will entertain the I

members of her large and enthusiastic
Sunday school class at her. home on
Fort King avenue from three'-to five
tomorrow afternoon. It will be the
annual class party, and the .members
are justified in expecting a most
pleasant time.

(Associated Press)

Berlin, Dec. 12 Idleness was
causing' demoralization in Belgium
and there was urgent need of finding
work for the unemployed, declared the
German reply to : the American note
regarding deportation of Belgians' to
Germany. A million two hundred
and fifty thousandjpersons were suf suffering.
fering. suffering. The reply is given over al almost
most almost entirely, to the presentation of
toe Belgian situation before deporta deporta-tlons
tlons deporta-tlons were ordered. Germany offered
to permit American diplomatic repre representatives
sentatives representatives to inspect the workmen's
camps. i

KNOCKED BCTTOjVI OUT
OF WHEAT MARKET

(Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 12. Wheat closed
wild, four to ten down.

BUILDING ANOTHER
UNDER-SEA BOAT

A Third Commercial Submarine Said
to be in Construction in
Germany

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 12 Advices from
Berlin say that a third German mer merchant
chant merchant submarine is under construc construction,
tion, construction, which, with the one now build building
ing building to replace the Bremen, will make
a fleet of three, including the Deutsch Deutsch-land.
land. Deutsch-land. The reports say the fleet will
be ready to operate regularly by early
spring.'

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Many Nominations Received
in Star's 3000 Club

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IIOMIIIATIOIIS TODAY

YOUR

Come in and see our line of holiday

goods before purchasing your Christ-'
mas presents. Gerig's, Ocala's best
drug store. tf

Your chance to be somebody, to

hold a position of respectability, to

have a bank account that will provide

every comfort of life, is within your
reach. V

Just one thing keeps you from

grasping it, you do not realize what

a wonderful opportunity i we are ex extending
tending extending to you today. Through the
door of opportunity big things are
waiting for men and women, boys and

girls, who have the initiative to go

ahead.

Don't take any chances with your

future. Start today and nominate

yourself in the Star's 3,000 Club and

lei us show, you how you may be the
owner of a Maxwell touring car on
Jan. 20th. You can win this car just
as others have done before you. You
may think that it is impossible for
you to win out in a" campaign of this
kind, but it is not. You can win and
do it in your spare time. Even though
you spent your entire time to the
work; -you would receive more pay
than most people earn in their regu regular
lar regular line of work.
Here is the proposition in a nut

shell. It co'sts you nothing to become
a member, nothing to compete, and
you are compelled to get paid for your
services according to the rules of the
campaign. Twenty per cent cash
commissions on all new business will
be paid you if you fail to win a prize.
This means that for every new sub subscription
scription subscription to the Evening Star turned
in for one year, you will receive a dol dollar
lar dollar in return, if you fail to win a
prize.
Notice is hereby given that persons
wishing to cast their votes for club
members must demand them on pay payment
ment payment of subscription in order for them
to count. This ruling is made to
avoid misunderstandings and is final.
Turn over to the display announce announcement
ment announcement and look over the long list of
prizes and cash, any one of which can
be yours for the taking, then clip the
nomination blank and mail or bring
it to the office of the Star and let us
help you get the early start which is
so vital in a campaign of this sort.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

The Teutonic advance in Wallachia

continued today, the Rumanians ap apparently
parently apparently maneuvering with a view of
taking up adefensive line along the
Buzeu. Petrograd reported the fail failure
ure failure of Teutonic attacks along the
Moldavian frontier and in Wallachia.

An unofficial dispatch said the Ger

mans were transferring part of their
troops from Rumania to other fronts
and the 'situation there is becoming

more favorable to the entente.

A German attack near Lassigny, on

he Somme sector, failed, Paris an

nounced. In Macedonia, Paris an announced
nounced announced that heavy sinowfall hinder

ed operations north of Monastir.

CABINET RECONSTRUCTED
Paris, Dec. 13. Premier Briand an

nounced today that the reconstruction
of the cabinet had been completed
and an announcement would be made

tomorrow.

ROME 1Y SUFFER
FROM AIR RAIDS

INTENDS TO FIGHT ALLIES
London, Dec. 12. King Constantine
of Greece has ordered a general mob mobilization
ilization mobilization of the Greek army, according
to Swiss advices, said a news agency
dispatch from Copenhagen.

EASTERN STARS EXPECT
A DISTINGUISHED GUEST

Mrs. Alice H. Haskell, grand mat matron
ron matron of the O. E. S. of Florida, will
visit Ocala Chapter No. 29, on Thurs Thursday
day Thursday evening, Dec. 14th. Meeting will
open promptly at 7:30 p. m. Election
of officers. All members are urged to
attend. Visiting members welcome.

Though the holiday rush has start started,
ed, started, our PRESCRIPTION department
is not being impaired. We are giving
it the same prompt and accurate ser service
vice service that has always been marked as
the leading drug store. The Court
Pharmacy. tf
The Parent-Teachers Association
will -meet at the North Ocala church

tomorrow afternoon at 3 o'clock. An

interesting program has been prepar prepared
ed prepared and the parents and children are
invited to be present.

Four hundred and twenty acres of

the best hammock land in the Ockla Ockla-waha
waha Ockla-waha 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
City election is progressing quietly
today. Indications point, to the elec election
tion election of Dr. Chace for mayor. It will
not be for lack of hard work on the
part of Mayor Robertson however, if
he is defeated. We'd hate to have to
pay his gasoline bill for the last
forty-eight hours. It is reported that
the mayor said a few weeks ago that
he had the easiest thing yet, but if he
did say so he has evidently changed
his mind.

We make 5 and 10 cent loaves of
bread, and advise buying the 10 cent
loaf. Carter's Bakery. tf

It is Not Unlikely that the Eternal
City will be the Target of
Austrian Aviators
Rome, Dec. 12. Notwithstanding
the presence of the pope, respect for
or fear of whom is supposed so far to
have saved Rome from aerial attacks,
it is now taken for granted that the
Eternal City with her countless mon monuments
uments monuments and works of art may soon be
attacked by Austrian aviators.
The Italian military authorities

have been actively engaged for sev several
eral several months preparing to-protect the
city from a raid, with an elaborate
signal system arranged by William
Marconi to warn the defenders of the
city of the approach of enemy aero aeroplanes.
planes. aeroplanes. The Roman newspapers re recently
cently recently published notices that the
alarm would consist of five cannon
shots, with the usual ringing of
church bells as a. signal that the dan danger
ger danger was over.
While so far it has proven impos impossible
sible impossible to prevent sporadic attacks on
London, Paris, Venice and other
cities, arrangements have been made
that may at least prevent the escape
of raiders who attack Rome. The city
is favored by two low mountain
ranges between her and the Adriatic
Sea, a distance of 125 miles. But
should the aeroplanes escape the coast
guns and the anti-aerial guns planted
on these mountain tops, the advanc advancing
ing advancing aeronauts will still find in their
path numerous squadrons of Italian
machines. The city itself is armed
with numerous high power search searchlights
lights searchlights and anti-aerial guns. The fa famous
mous famous Seven Hills of Rome, including

the Capitoline above the Forum, have
each been so armed.
The Janiculum Hill? which domi dominates
nates dominates St. Peter's church and the .Vati .Vatican,
can, .Vatican, the pope's residence, has several
guns planted on its brow. The Vati Vatican
can Vatican is protected by another set of
guns near the Castal Sant 'Angelo,
the solid and lofty marble tomb built
for the emperors, when Rome was the
world's battle center, and later con converted
verted converted into a fortress.
WTiile ther eis no uneasiness felt by
the people of Rome for their own
safety, it is certain, however, that a
bomb dropped anywhere inside its
limits could hardly miss destroying
some work of art in the world's rich richest
est richest monumental city.

Give him a shaving mirror for a
Christmas present. We have them
silver plated, adjustable, and with
magnifying glass. Be sure to look
them over. The Court Pharmacy, tf

For sewerage connections, plumb plumbing,
ing, plumbing, tin work and repairing, see P. A.

Durand, phone 494. 6-tr

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A Complete Lineoff
Bath Robes, Smoking Jackets,
Tourists Cases, Traveling Bags.
Beautiful Line of Silk Manhattan Shirts.

50 c

Caps, Belts
Neckwear
Garters
Suspenders
Silk Hose
Handkerchiefs
Underwear
, Night Shirts
Combination Sets

$1.00

Caps, Belts
Collar Bags
Underwear, Night Shirts
Umbrellas
Shirts, Hose
Pajamas
Neck Ties
Combinations Sets

$1.50

Neckwear, Belts
Box Hose
Collar Bags
Box of Initial Handkerchiefs
Underwear, Pajamas, Slippers
Gloves, Gauntlets,
Shirts, Mufflers
Umbrellas
Combination Sets

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1916

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Might does not make right. But
the only way to meet might is with
greater might.

The United States
timid protest at the
the Belgians.

is making a
deportation of

It makes Marion's people proud to
feel that they have the best corn-x-aisjng
county in the state.

Tampa Bay is the best place on the
gulf coast for anaval station. It has
water enough for the navies of the
world and is easy of defense.

In spite of the nearness of the war
to their country, hundreds- of Scandi Scandinavians
navians Scandinavians are returning to Europe to
pass the Christmas holidays
After a brief drop, prices of butter
and eggs are again advancing in New
York. -The wholesalers say that in investigation
vestigation investigation will only reveal that the
demand exceeds the supply.

At somewhat greater length, but
with practically the same sentiment,
Collier's Weekly agrees with the Star
on its estimate of Franz Joseph, late
emperor of Austro-Hungary.

It is foreshadowed in dispatches
from Paris that Gen. Petain, the de defender
fender defender of Verdun, is to succeed Joffre
aa generalissimo of the Allied forces.
Seems to the Star like this will be a
mistake.

Plenty of evidence has been laid be before
fore before Congress that the national guard
system, as put in practice last sum-

. mer, is entirely inadequate for the
defense of the country. Congress will
read the evidence and go on slicing

pork.

ine dispatcn irom ueriin, saying

that the Teutonic powers propose
peace, means that the Teutons, in
spite of their victories, are more tired
of the war than their opponents. It

is not likely they have proposed peace

on terms the Entente will accept.

and barrel. Sorry the Grower has
such an opaque pair of spectacles.
WORDLESS TESTIMONY
TO WOES OF WAR

Germany has deliberately violated

the promises made America in conse

quence, of the demands by President

Wilson following the attack on the
Sussex. It remains to be seen whether
the president will stand by the prin principles
ciples principles laid down in his note, or ac accept
cept accept Germany's excuses and promises
to pay in money for American lives
lost.
The ladies of the health committee
of the Woman's Club are busy selling
Christmas and New Year stamps for
the benefit of v the tuberculosis fund.
The fashion of putting these taste

fully designed stamps on Christmas
letters and gifts is a very pretty one,
and provides an agreeable way of
helping a good work. Buy as many

as you can.

State Rural School Inspector Shel Shel-ton
ton Shel-ton Phillips, who with Mrs'.-Phillips
was in the city Sunday and Monday,

from their home at Williston, paid the
educational spirit of Marion county a

high compliment. He alluded to the
fact, that at the meeting of teachers
at Fellowship Saturday, three com communitiesAnthony,
munitiesAnthony, communitiesAnthony, Fairfield and Ok Ok-lawaha
lawaha Ok-lawaha asked for the privilege of
entertaining the next meeting, and a
fourth Blitchton-though not mak making
ing making a formal invitation, wanted it.
Mr. Phillips says Marion occupies a
pre-emineence in this respect, that in
most of the other counties the teach teachers
ers teachers generally have to invite them themselves,
selves, themselves, and that such a demand for j
their visits is unknown.

Women in mourning garb and men
with solemn faces, waiting in line
these days all over the United States
before postoffice windows where for foreign
eign foreign money orders are issued, tell a
wordless story of the sorrows of war's
destruction reaching across the seas
to America.
A third Christmas-time of world
conflict has seen long lines of happy
folk, radiant with holiday spirit at the
prospect of sending something "home
to the old folks," turned into silent
parties of mourners, sending back
money to alleviate suffering and filled
with anxiety and distress with the un uncertainty
certainty uncertainty of its safe arrival. -There is
also the grave uncertainty that when
a gift reaches its destination no one
will be there to receive it.
Postal clerks have been quick to
note the change. Veterans in the
service who have been issuing Christ Christmas
mas Christmas money orders to all parts of the
globe for years say they no longer
hear eagerly told stories of the gifts
the money was to buy. They hear only
hopes that it may arrive safely to

provide food, clothing and fire or Der-f

haps medicine.
The line is a little shorter and the
people average much older this year
than formerly. Its decreased numbers
is attributed to the fact that the gov government,
ernment, government, despite determined efforts,
is unable to" guarantee safe and
speedy delivery of money orders in
the war zone. Old age has taken its
place in line because the sons of many

are now across the seas on the fight
ing fronts.
Through the postal money order
department the United States will be
Santa Claus to far more people of the
entente allies than of the central
powers this year. Delivery of orders
in England and France have been in interfered
terfered interfered with only slightly. No de delivery
livery delivery is being made in Austria,' and
German points receive their .orders

late, if indeed th.ey get them at all.
Virtually no orders are being sent to
Russia, largely because Warsaw,
which .was the central station for the
payment of orders, now is in the war
zone. This situation has affected the

money order receipts in this country

greatly, too, for in former years Rus

sians in the United States led all the

remaining foreign-born citizens in
sending money home at Christmas

time.

Prisoners of war will receive many

money orders this Christmas. This is
particularly true in England, where
delivery is good. By an agreement
made several years ago in a conven

tion of various countries to effect a

postal agreement, it was arranged
that orders to prisoners of war should
be transmitted free of charge, and the
United States is living up to the
agreement scrupulously.
Submarine activities have had

much to do with decreasing the
Christmas business in foreign orders,
and if the total for this year falls be below
low below that for 1915 as it probably will,
the undersea liners will be blamed for
much of the decrease, according to

Third Assistant Postmaster General
Dockery.

"Of course it is impossible to say

just how much the submarine activi activities
ties activities have affected the money order
business," he said, "but they have cut

it down much."

Due to this and other causes, the

foreign money order business is in a
chaotic state. It began to fall off with
the beginning of the war, and ha3 de decreased
creased decreased gradually ever since.
"I attribute its decrease in a great
measure also to many young men
from the foreign countries returning
home to fight at the outbreak of the
war. Of course they, prior to their
departure, were regular patrons, for
few of them did not send money
home at Christmas-time particularly,
and often during other periods of the
year. The older people, who are left
behind, have less money to send."
With delivery in Italy and Greece
comparatively safe, natives of those
countries are leading all the rest this
Christmas in sending money home.
Always a liberal people at Christmas Christmastime
time Christmastime and firm believers in this gov government,
ernment, government, as the postal savings ac accounts
counts accounts also show, they are literally
sending "tons of money" back home
now. Their sums vary from $5 to
$J5rposted employes say.
The postal department is using ev every
ery every effort to encourage Christmas
sending, although no false hopes of
quick delivery are held out. Supple Supplemental
mental Supplemental instructions are printed in vir virtually
tually virtually every language, including Chi Chinese
nese Chinese and Japanese, on how to make
out a money order, and they have been
found very useful. The Chinese
Christmas, of course, does not fall on
the same day as it does in this coun country,
try, country, but the Chinese are inclined to
make presents during the American
holidays as well as their own.
Norway, Sweden and Denmark
come in for a good share of the
Christmas money orders. Most of
their former citizens in this country
appear prosperous, it is declared, and
they are liberal at holiday times.
Many persons who desired to send
holiday remembrances to friends in
Belgium, Egypt, Mexico and Portu Portugal,
gal, Portugal, as well as Austria, have been
surprised to learn, recently, that mon money
ey money order business has been suspended,
owing to the fact the United States
has no "conventions," as postal agree agreements
ments agreements are called with them.
The Christmas money order busi business
ness business usually stops about December 10.
Recovery of funds has been more dif difficult
ficult difficult by the war, and claims for un uncollected
collected uncollected orders now require about
six weeks for settlement.

Odd Fellows meet tonight.

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After While
After while we have in view
The old home to journey to;
Where the mother is, and -where
Her sweet welcome waits us there.
How well click the latch that locks
In the pinks and hollyhocks,
And leap up the path once more
Where she waits us at the door;
How well greet the dear old smile
And the warm tears, after while.
James Whitcomb Riley.
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White House Society
The program for the White House
winter social season has been an announced
nounced announced and, as was generally expect expected,
ed, expected, it omits the colorful diplomatic re reception,
ception, reception, because of the war, and also
the time-honored New Year's recep reception
tion reception for the public, in accordance with
the custom President Wilson set when
coming into office.
In place of the diplomatic reception
there will be two diplomatic dinners.
The entente diplomats and all neu neutrals
trals neutrals will be entertained at the first
and the Teutonic diplomats and all
neutrals will be guests at the second.
The social events all come on Tues Tuesdays
days Tuesdays instead of Thursdays, as former formerly;
ly; formerly; the season begins earlier and ends
in February instead of March, prob probably
ably probably due to the fact that the White
House wants it over by inauguration
time.
This is the program as officially an announced:
nounced: announced: Dec. 12 Cabinet dinner, 8 p. m.
Dec. 19 Judicial reception, 9 p. m.
Jan. 9 Diplomatic dinner, 8 p. m.
Jan. 16 Diplomatic dinner, 8. p. m.
Jan. 23 Congressional reception, 9
p. m.
Jan. "30 Supreme court dinner, 8 p.
m.
Feb. 6 Army and navy reception,
! p. m.
Feb. 13 Speaker's dinner, 8 p. m.
Before the war the diplomatic re reception
ception reception was the social show of the
winter. Invitations were sought so
eagerly by those who were not quite
sure to be invited that the president
set the rule of placing an arbitrary
limit on the number, outside of the

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diplomatic corps, who were to be in invited
vited invited without his personal approval.
In a general way, all the receptions
are conducted alike. A few special
guests are permitted to enter the
main door of the executive mansion
but most enter at the east entrance
and after leaving outer garments in
the lower corridors of the. White
House form in long lines leading up
the marble staircase to the first floor
and into the Blue Roon where the
President and Mrs. Wilson, aided by
members of the cabinet and their
wives with army and navy aides in
full dress, receive them.
The introductions are made by an
aide; a brief word of greeting is
spoken, followed by a hasty handclasp
and the guest passes along to the end
of the receiving line to spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of the evening moving about
or chatting with friends in the crowd.
Even to, personal friends the president
or his wife cannot say more than a
word because to each of the receptions
come between 1,500 and 2,000 per persons
sons persons and things have to move on time.
In the state dining room the guests
usually find a buffet luncheon and in
opposite ends of the main corridor
two sections of the Marine Band play
almost continuously.
Invitations are not so easy to ob obtain
tain obtain as they used to be. A story told
in social circles has it that at the

opening of President Wilson's term a
certain senator of influence sent to

the White House for ten invitations
issued in blank, in which he wished to
write the names of constituents to
whom he wished to show some favor.

The story has it that his request was

refused with a rebuke.

For some of the White House af

fairs, demand for invitations has been

so great that almost unheard of sub

terfuges are used to obtain them and

on one occasion watchful door tenders
picked up admission tickets which

proved to be very clever forgeries.

ine caDinec amner, wnicn occurs

this evening, is a comparatively quiet
affair, participated in only by the

president and liis wife, the cabinet

members and their wives and possibly

a half dozen invited guests. It takes

place in the state dining room and is

elaborate.

The two diplomatic dinners follow

and the neutrality of the White House

is concerned in having each no less

brilliant, elaborate and attractive than

the other. The neutral diplomats by

the fortune of war enjoy two dinners
instead of none at all, as they would if

the world were at peace.

Ihe congressional reception from

point of numbers is the largest event

of the year. It is always a "crush."

Every member of : Congress, any con-

! stituents who happen in town, his

clerks and stenographers, and many

others not connected with the govern

ment at all are sure to be there. The

guests come in street cars and afoot

j as well as in automobiles and car carriages.
riages. carriages. It is the commoners' recep

tion from every point of view but. the

White House goes to no less pains

with it.

The supreme court dinner is a quiet,

dignified affair. It will be noted that

this year's program contains no recep

tion to the judiciary, which from the
social point of view always was a
rather solemn affair, so much so, that

it was the only event for which the

demand for invitations did not exceed

the supply.

With the diplomatic reception out

Lot the way, the army and navy recep

tion becomes the most colorful and
lively of all. Officers of the army,
navy and marine corps in full dress

uniforms resplendent with gold braids
and decorations give it an air of bril

liance that is described as exhilarat

ing.

The speaker's dinner, comparative

ly new institution in WMle House so

cial annals, winds up the list and gen-
n 1 a i i

I ci any is attenaea Dy caomet mem members,
bers, members, leaders in Congress and a few

others enjoying intimate relations

with the speakers of the House of

representatives.

The elimination of the' time-honor

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passing of what actually was a phy

sical endurance test on the part of the

president. In years gone by as many

as ten thousand persons had passed
through the White House in a few

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Annual Banquet of the Presbyterian

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One of the most brilliant social af

lairs of the season was the annual

banquet of the Presbyterian church

at Mcintosh, which was given In the

Masonic hall Thursday evening, at

6:30 o'clock.

The hall was never lovelier In its

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OCALA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1916

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(Continued from Second Page)
the. attractiveness of the room. The

beautifully appointed tables, with

their lovely damask, cut glass, and
Biiver, were decorated in red and

green candles, while dainty fclace

cards marked each place, and at reg

ular intervals were sprays of aspar asparagus
agus asparagus ferns scattered on the cloth be

tween, the centerpieces being beauti

ful bouquets of cut roses. The tables
with th charming guests seated
around them were an entrancirigly at

tractive sight..

While the belated guests were as-

aambling there was an Impromptu
musical program In which talented

guests rendered instrumental relec

tions, which were thoroughly enjoy

ed.
The, menu consisted of roast tur

key, cranberry sauce, celery, chicken

croquettes, pickles, assorted sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, rolls, butter, Neapolitan ice
cream, poundcake, angel food, cofTee,
mints, tosted nuts, etc.
After all had eaten and made mer merry
ry merry there was the following program:
Toasts

V-Toastmaster The pastor.

jPresbyterianism Mr. L. II. Willis.
iThe Elders Dr. II. C. Walkup.
The Deacons Mr. W. R. Brown.
Woman's Work Mrs. E. L. Price,
Mrs. Wm. Gist.
The Sunday School Mr. Wm. Gist.
Each of whom gave very creditable
and Instructive talks.
This annual Presbyterian banquet
originated with the pastor in charge,
Rev. Edwin F. Montgomery, M. A.,
and too much cannot be said of its or origin
igin origin and growth. The purpose of
which Is to bring the members into
closer touch with each other, where
they may "reason together" and learn
more of their church, its works, its
people and at the same time stimu stimulate
late stimulate plans for a greater growth.
Silver Tea at Mrs. Mclver's
One of the loveliest silver teas of
the year was given yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon at Mrs. D. E. Mclver's by the
Ladies' Aid Society of the Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian church.
Mrs. E. A. Osborne gretted the
guests, and Mrs. Fred Weihe and Mrs.
George Cleveland asked them into the
dining room, Mrs. Mclver chatting
with them everywhere.
The house was very Christmasy
with holly and poincettas. The dining
room table held a large reflector with
a centerpiece of poinsettas. Here

..Mrs. R. L. Anderson poured coffee.

Misses Bettie Mclver, Eugenia Ful-;

" ler, Annie Pope Eagleton, Mary Mc

Dowell ancj Elizabeth Davis served
fruit parfait and cakes. On each!
plate was a sprig of holly. i
Misses Catherine and Mildred Pyles
added much pleasure to the afternoon
by "several catchy songs and their
ukuelele music.
Miss Anna McDowell was in charge
of the fancy work table.
Miss Monroe Hostess
Miss Abbie Munroe is entertaining
the M. A. Club this afternoon at the
home of Mrs. T. T. Munroe. The club
generally plays on Thursday, but is
meeting today to have Mrs. M. G.
Chambers with them onemore after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Mrs. Chambers leaves tomorrow
for Miami, where she will spend the
winter.

where they spent the night. They ex expected
pected expected to leave early this morning for

heir home in West Palm Beach. T

Miss Harriss Ilostess
The members of the Tuesday auc auction
tion auction club are meeting with Miss Caro Caroline
line Caroline Harriss for the first time this
afternoon at the lovely home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Harriss.
One extra table is playing with the
club, Misses Adela Ax, Katherine Liv-

j ingston, Virginia Sistrunk, Dorothy

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cards will be given for top score.
Miss Harriss will sefve her guests
fruit salad, sandwiches, wafers and
hot tea.

Rev. and Mrs. W. J. Carpenter, who
were the guests of Mr. and Mrs. Jake
Brown during the conference, left
yesterday in their car for Orlando,

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Mrs. J. M. Thompson as returned

home from a short visit to her son

and daughtef-in-law in Jacksonville.

.
Mrs. J. J. Williams arrived from

Homosassa today to spend several
days with Mrs. 'Jake Brown.

Mrs. Annie' Van Deman arrived

from Jacksonville last night and will

spend the winter with her mother,
Mrs. N. O. Waldo, at the home of Mrs.

Henry Livingston.

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Mr. Whitney Wood of New York is

expected in a few days to visit his

sister, Mrs. J. R. Herndon and fami-

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The missionary society of the Pres

byterian church will meet Thursday
afternoon at 3 o'clock in the Sunday

school room of the church.

Mr. J. C. Jackson is here from

Fellsmere, for a visit to his wife, par

ents and sisters.

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Mr. and Mrs. Dell Moody were in

town Monday from their home at Ok-

lawaha, doing some Christmas shop

ping.

Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meffert were in

the city from their home at Lowell
today.

Lew Fields and Dorris Kenyon will

be seen at the Temple tonight in a

Brady picture, "The Man Who Stood

Still." Lew Fields' work in this play

compels one to unconsciously think of

David Warfield's performance in "The

Music Master," a complimentary com

parison to the World star. Dorris

Kenyon makes you want to appoint
yourself her guardian, so sweet and

lovable a daughter does she make.

This story is one you will long- re

member.

....

"A Coney Island Princess" was seen
at the Temple last night, and was a

very smart and lively picture.

MOVING PICTURE FEATURES

The following excellent moving pic picture
ture picture features will-appear at the
Temple this week:
Today: Lew Fields and Dorris
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? Next Thursday, Dec 14, be

ginning at 10 o'clock. Where? From

the 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

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.

TOURING CAR BARGAIN

We have a large touring car, in

good condition, from tires to top, that
will be sold for the price of the "junk"
on the car, and very easy terms will
be given if desired.'

tfi Ocala Maxwell Agency.

A full line of Waterman's Ideal

fountain pens, baskets, stationery and
novelties for Christmas. Gerig's. tf

Insist on having Carter's Delicious

Cake (five flavors) 10 cents. tf

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Snobbery. Is expensive; it is excess
baggage.
Snobbery is the counterfeit coin in
the bank of society. f
Snobbery Is the hole in the dough doughnut;
nut; doughnut; all that is good is outside of it.
Snobbery is what chloroform is to
the surgeon; it paralyzes the patient,
but is exceedingly treacherous.
Snobbery is disease; it renders im
pure an originally pure product by im implanting
planting implanting in it the germ called "a
swelled head."
Snobbery is the veil that tries to
cover a multitude of sins "veil," be because
cause because it can be seen through and
"tries' because it usually fails.
Hints for Campers.
Two items set forth in the bulletin
of the California state board of
health upset some traditions which
have been maintained by campers and
trappers from time immemorial. There

Is widespread belief that rapid streams

purify themselves and that lemon Juice
in water has a sterilizing effect.
Neither is true.
Lemon juice is not an antiseptic Un Unless
less Unless 'lemonade is made of pure water,
the danger of infection Is just as great
as though no lemon juice and sugar
are added.

As to the purification of running

streams, a swift flow over stones has
always been considered an advantage.

Some professional campers even go so

far as to state exactly the number of

stones needed to purify the stream. A
delusion. The principal purifying

agents are sunlight, sedimentation, and

the action of certain minute organ organ-Isms.
Isms. organ-Isms. The safest and best method of op operation
eration operation for automobilists or trampers
in strange country is to carry jugs of
drinking water, Ignoring I wayside
streams, no matter how tempting they
may look.

L SEABOARD LOcALCHEDUltEf

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. m.f
Ocala 4il2 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville,
7:15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ocala 2:30 a. m.; arrives Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.

AUTO SEAT COVERS

flie Co

mitere

OCALA. FLORIDA

CAPITAL STOCK S50.000.00.
State, County and City Depository.

" We carry a full line of kodaks and
Brownie cameras for Christmas gifts.
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
The Evening star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.

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 is
not covered by

FIRE INSURANCE i
We represent a number of

the most reliable companies
in existence, and our facil

ities are not sumassed in

Florida.

I have a complete set of very high
grade auto seat covers for 1916-17
model Maxwell touring car. These
covers sell for $25 and express. A
customer did not take them and I
will sell at a bargain. Never un unpacked.
packed. unpacked. Maxwell Agency, Ocala,
Fla. 8-6t

D.W; DAVIS, Agency ;
HOLDER BLOCK J
OCALA :-: FLA. Z

Cubic Stone.
To keep In touch with the news ot
the world, which is now bringing forth
a strange array of words from all the
corners of the earth, one must needs
have the knowledge of a Mezzofanti or
be the possessor of a polyglot diction dictionary.
ary. dictionary. The war between the Turks and
Arabians has released a number of
words, some of which, like the Ara Arabian
bian Arabian terms "alkali," "algebra," "as "astrology,"
trology," "astrology," etc., may in time be adopted
into our language. Here Is the Arabic
word "kaab," "the cubic stone;" this
is the stone which, according to Mo Mohammedan
hammedan Mohammedan tradition, was brought by
Adam from Paradise and became black
through the sins of men. The stone Is
at Medina. It Is covered by a veil,
which Is raised by the pilgrims who
come from great distances to kiss it.
It has been called, Irreverently, the
blarney stone of Mohammed. At the
side of the tomb of Mohammed Is a

tomb awaiting Jesus, whom the Mus Mussulmans
sulmans Mussulmans regard as one of their proph'

ets. Indianapolis News.

Seed oats, seed rye and rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf

THE SPECIALTY SHOP
Cranes Fine
Stationery
Attractively Boxed
Christmas Greeting
Cards
Giit Dressings and
Holiday Boxes
Now On Sale
A. E. GERIG
Phone 165
One Door East of M. & C. National
Bank

ft'

FRESH HEATS, POULTRY,
fish and; OYSTERS

PHONE 108

All kinds Fresh Vegetable
in Season
OCALA, FLA

FOR

(: A

WHITE STAR 1IRIE
TR ANFEM

COVERED VANS
AUTO
TRUCK SERVICE
Dealers in

FUME W(D)(Q)

Collier Bros. IBSer Phone 296

OAK or PINE Any Length
CALL
P. Costtello
PHONE 437

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates mrie on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Othr
Contractor in th city.

fit. Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict Director.

Leo Coll

Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Mile3 West of Dade City and One Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORP ORATED JUN 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MOUTHS
O. r POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A.C.L TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 1 3,1916

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OCALA WEEKLY STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1916

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Elks meet tonight.

Odd Fellows meet this evening.

Mr. T. I. Arnold has returned from
his sad mission to Georgia.

Gibson's art tally cards, score pads
and novelties, at Gerig's Drug Store.

An immense line of Merschaum
pipes especially for holiday gifts at

the Court Pharmacy. tf

White ivory manicure sets, toilet

sets., shaving sets, etc.; also single

r ieces. The Court Pharmacy. tf

Homemade and baker's bread 5

cents a loaf at Carter's Bakery. Ask

for CARTER'S. tf

- An elegant line of Houbegant and

other popular extracts and toilet wat waters
ers waters put up in attractive Christmas
packages, at the Court Pharmacy, tf

W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and

Surgeon, specialist Eye. Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,

Florida. tf

Mr. Hugh DeWitt of Weirsdale

made a brief visit to Ocala today.

Layer cake, angel cake aria mac-

caroons, fresh every day, at Carter'
Bakery. tf
Encourage home industry by IN

SISTING on having CARTER'S
'bread and cakes. None better made.

Garter's Bakery. tf

We have an attractive line of Gib

son art X-mas cards. Gerig's Drug
Store. 7-tf

The best extracts and toilet waters
to be had may be found now at the

Court Pharmacy. They are attrac

tlvely packed especially for Christmas

eifts. Be sure-to see them. tf

Conductor Hamill of the Ocala- and

Gainesville train reports a heavy
storm in Western Alachua county last

night.

Mr. E. P. Thagard, bank examiner,
is in the city today in the discharge
of his official duty. Mr. Thagard was
a candidate for controller in the last
primary, and was defeated, much to
trie regret of his Marion county
friends, who will be partly consoled,
however, if he and his family will re return
turn return to live among us.

IN THE CIRCUIT COURT

Among the guests at the Harring Harrington
ton Harrington is Mr. J. M. Bushnell of Talla Tallahassee.
hassee. Tallahassee. Mr. Bushnell was a citizen of

those of his friends who were here

then are glad to see him and learn

he is doing well.

The circuit court, Judge W. S. Bul

lock presiding, convened Monday

morning, and will probably be in ses

sion until the Christmas holidays.

Following are the members of the

grand jury:

Jno. L. Edwards, foreman; J. K.

Christian, Walter Nichols, T. A. Tal Tal-ton,
ton, Tal-ton, R. W. Flinn, E. L. Martin, L. H.

Knight, W. H. Pegram, Dl C. Credle,

A. C. Cobb, L. C. Dodd, R. E. Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, A. L. Douglas, Jules Cohn, D. R.

Peeples, B. C. Blitch, Thomas Sexton

and J. J. Taylor.

Following are the members of the

petit jury for this week: W. T.

Strickland, W. A. Young, H. W. Net Nettles,
tles, Nettles, A. J. Markham, B. H. Seymour,
Stewart Ramey, F. B. Beckham, R. E.
Downs, T. F. Morgan, F. W. Ditto, J.
D. Williams, J. E. Branch, I. W. Per Perkins,
kins, Perkins, C. C. Priest Jr., J. B. Hall, O.
H. Rogers. ;
The following cases were taken up
Monday afternoon:
I. Epstein Bros. Co., vs. Sumner
Lumber Co. Damage for the plaintiff
was placed with principal and inter interest,
est, interest, $592.80.
Martha Carmichael vs. Continental
Beneficial Association. Verdict for
plaintiff for $2,140 principal, and in interest
terest interest at $300, was awarded.
O. K. Teapot Grocery vs. J. R. Dew Dewey.
ey. Dewey. Damages to the amount of
$169.87 were awarded the plaintiff.
The case of the Metal Gafe Heater
company vs. Ocala Gas company was
dismissed on account of lack of prose prosecution;
cution; prosecution; on motion of defendant.
Common Law Docket at Present
.W. K. Zewadski vs. D. G. Watkins,
ejectment. Continued.
Jas. B. Ellis vs. Dunnellon Phos Phosphate
phate Phosphate Company, civil action. Settled.
W. B. Boydston vs. H. C. Groves,
action at law. Trial set for Dec. 14.
' E. B. Sherman vs. Frances Arnold,
action at law. Continued till Janu January.
ary. January. : ;
Strauss Bro. vs. G. A. Nash; action
at law. Passed.
First National Bank of Gainesville
V3. Davis & Mathews.
Theodore Snow vs. T. B. Brown,
action at law. Dismissed.

Laidlaw Land company vs. Jamie
Tiller, ejectment. Referred to referee.
W. F. Bozeman vs. Reddick Trad

ing. Co., action at law. Set for trial
Dec. 13.
S. Claudia E. Sims vs. S. H. Had-

ley, action at law. Now on trial.
Messrs. Bullock & Trantham, attor attorneys
neys attorneys for complainant, and Mr. W. M.

Gober for defendant.
Martha J. Carmichael vs Continen

tal Beneficial Association, action at
law. Tried on Monday, Dec. 11, and

verdict was rendered in favor of com

plainant for $2000, and costs, with in interests
terests interests on account since case was be-

OPPORTUNITY

BEING ENLARGED

(Continued from First Page)

See your friends for their subscrip subscriptions
tions subscriptions before others get to them. Use
your phone and tell them that you are
in the campaign and ask them to save
their subscriptions for you. Organiz Organized
ed Organized effort is the sort that will win for
you. You who are reading this notice
are the very person that we want.
You are bound to have the qualities
of a good worker, or you would not
have read this far. The 3,000 Club
department is at your service; come
in and talk is over with the manager.

MEETING OF WOMAN'S
CLUB POSTPONED

At a call meeting of the officers of
The Woman's Club this morning it
was decided to postponed indefinitely
the entertainment for Friday even evening,
ing, evening, "An Evening for Men", which
was to be given in honor of the hus husbands
bands husbands and brothers of the club mem mem-bers.
bers. mem-bers. This was done' on account of
club members having' been so busy
with the Fair, the Methodist Confer Conference
ence Conference and now with the Christmas
preparations. Tfye date for this en entertainment
tertainment entertainment will be announced later.
There will be no meeting of the Wo Woman's
man's Woman's Club until the first meeting
in 1917, which will be January 6th.
At this meeting the High Cost of
Living was discussed and a commit committee
tee committee from the club appointed to inves investigate
tigate investigate this matter, confer with the
different organizations, housewives,
merchants and citizens, in order to
have a mass meeting in regard to this
all important subject.
The committee consists of Mrs. W.
T. Gary,, chairman, Mrs. C. R. Tyd Tyd-ings,
ings, Tyd-ings, Mrs. William Hocker, Mrs. R.
L. Anderson and Mrs.- E. Van Hood.
- This committee is for the purpose
of formulating some plan to reduce
the high cost of living, and they will
interview the merchants, the house housewives
wives housewives and citizens in order to have a
mass meeting for the purpose of re reducing
ducing reducing the price of the necessities of
life. Their object is not to conflict
in any way, but to co-operate in every
way. with the merchants for mutual
benefit and they also wish to go on
record with the other clubs of the
United States in their protest against
the excessive prices, especially in re regard
gard regard to butter and eggs, and to lend
tneir aid and co-operation towards
reducing the prices of the actual ne necessities
cessities necessities of life.
It is hoped that all of our citizens,

merchants, and housewives who arjr
sj deeply interested in this question,

will co-operate m every ay with

this committee front-the Woman's

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gtin Mr. H. M. Hampton was attf-f''---1 OcAJaf-fnmakihg the coming

The fire this afternoon was in the

roof of the cottage of a colored fam

ily on Tucker Hill. Not much damage

was done.

C, M. Hawkins, the crippled little

man, recently returned from Atlanta

has found a home at the residence of

Mr. N. L. Williams, and his friends

will see that he does not want.

Prescriptions left here are COR

RECTLY FILLED and promptly de

livered. The Court Pharmacy. 22-tf

. Major L. T. Izlar, city recorder,
came down today to vote, it being the
first time he has been out for a week.
Major Izlar has been suffering with

an attack of grip.

A complete shaving outfit in ivory

would be appreciated by big brother
tr father. See our line. The Court

Pharmacy. tf

The county judge today issued a

marriage license to Mr. James Thom

son Wallace and Mrs. Nina Tilson

Falana of Lake Kerr. The wedding-j

is expected to take place tonight.

All kind3 of seed for fall garden

now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.

TYDK&CO.

GIVE USEFUL PRESENTS
For Instance
IVORY TOILET SETS
EBONY GOODS MIRRORS,
HAIR BRUSHES, Etc.
CUT GLASS
THERMOS BOTTLES
MANICURE SETS
CRANES and
EATON-HULBERT'S JBOX"
STATIONERY
25c to $2.50 Per Box
All Mail Orders Carefully and
Promptly Filled

PHONE 30

OCALA, fla:

ney Oilrq. Carmichael.

G. M. Brown vs. Sr"A. L. railway,

action at law. Trial continued til

January.
Manuel Silvina et al vs. Florida Na

tional Land company, action at law.

Set for January.

The J. N. Tiller company vs. Wm

B. Thom, action at law. Trial set for

Dec. 14.- H. M. Hampton attorney for

complainant, and Bullock & Trantham

foi defendant.
East Florida Savings & Trust com
pany vs. Rentz Lumber Co., action ai
law. Continued for the term.

E. C. Beuchler vs. S. A. L. railway

action at law. Dismissed;

John J. Barr vs. J. P. Lozier et al
action on note. Trial set for Dec. 13

J. B. Ray vs. E. C. McLeod, action

on mechanic's lien.v Set for trial Dec

15. S. T. Sistrunk, attorney for
complainant and W. E. Smith for de

fendant.

Mclver and MacKay vs. -Kate, C
Brinkley, replevin. Case set for Dec

15. L. W. Duval, attorney for plain
tiff. ;:
Ocala Fertilizer Co. vs. F. W. El

lison, assumpsit. Verdict for plaintiff

$795.25 damages. L. W. Duval, at
torney for plaintiff.

J. D. Dawkins vs. C. L, Thigpen

ejectment. Trial set for Dec. 15.
J. M. Fort vs. J. D. Martin, assump
sit. Set for Dec. 15. W. K. Zewad

ski attorney for plaintiff and H. M

Hampton for defense.

U. S. Trust Co. vs. H. C. Groves

assumpsit. Set for trial Dec. 15. F.

R. Hocker attorney for complainant.

Ludden & Bates vs. Herbert Latt-

ner, assumpsit. Trial postponed til
January.

The following cases have been plac

ed on the docket, but no dates for

hearing:

Merchants Bank vs. A. P. Stuckey,

action at law.
Cam -Thom as company vs. J. P,

Taylor, assumpsit..

E. H. Ryan vs. E. M. Stubbs and J,

II. Phillips, replevin.

Edgar H. Ryan vs. George Guynn

and Liege Guynn, replevin.

F. Faulk vs. Espanola Cigar Co.,

action at law.

J. H. Roller vs. Fred K. Powers,

action at law.

E. LT Stapp as trustee, vs. Adam

Turner, assumpsit.

Crane's and other high class writ

ing paper in boxes or by the pound

with envelopes to match. A gift that
will be appreciated by everyone. The

Court Pharmacy. tf

Genuine BUTTERNUT BREAD
made in Ocala" by Carter's Bakery,

10 cents a loaf. Insist upon hav

ing Carter's. v 1, tf

at

Our Christmas packages of the fa

mous NORRIS candies cannot be sur surpassed.
passed. surpassed. Place your orders early. The
Court Pharmacy. tf

mass meeting a great success. The
time and place of the mass meeting
will be announced by the committee

as soon as their plans are fully form

ed. L. L. Brumby,
t Recording Secretary.

UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB

SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

l UK KJiiJN i-i!;ignt-room house on

Adams and Daugherty streets; al

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

WANTED One thousand cords of 4-

foot pine wood. Apply to Electric
Light Department, Ocala, Fla. 6-tf.

WANTED I pay cashfor all kinds
of second hand flour, sugar, apple,

oil and half barrels. Drop me a pos

tal 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 Hal
Barbershop, Ocala, Fla. 11-14-lm

MONEY TO LEND If you want

some, call and see me. Will lend in

sums from $300 to $5,000 on first

mortgage on improved ; city property.

Laurie T. Izlar, Ocala. 27-tf

ruii sAJLitt uneap, iyie Keo car.

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

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

ment of pigeonhole drawers and large

botton drawers. Apply to Mrs. J. E.
Johnson at Colonial hotel, or inquire
at Star office. V 12-ll-3t

FOR SALE Model C-36 Buick road roadster
ster roadster in perfect order; or will consider
exchange for Ford touring car. See

A. Gable, Ocala, Fla. 12-6t

Cough Medicine for Children
Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsvflle, N. Y.,

says: "About hve years ago when we
were living in Garbutt, N. Y I doc

tored two of my children sufferine

from colds with Chamberlain's Cough

Jttemeay ana found it just as repre represented
sented represented in every way. It nrommMv

checked their coughing and cured
their colds quicker than anything I
J -V A 1 t

ever usea. uotainaoie evervwnere,

Sale

pedal..

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for.

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a Saifii Clans9 0wn Stop '
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Filled with Goods, in

each department suitable
gifts for Christmas

See Us Before You Buy

"our

lofliing, Shoes, Hats and

Dry Goods

peenaniriPKee

Furnished FREE.

33 Years'
Experience as the
Acknowledged
Leader in Holiday
and
Christmas Goods

to Sunday School and Pnblic School
Committees. Also Christmas Candles

All Msnicls off: Toy s Mr CMMwem Us
And the Biggest Line of Staple Merchandise we have ever carried
for Men and Women.

ri'f IS

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F. F. GADSOW, Fro.
Ocala, Florida

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NOTICE
; Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Mutual Mining Company will be

neid at the office of the company m

Ocala, Fla., on Tuesday, December

Zbth, 1916, noon.
Geo. F. Armstrong, Pres.
Robt. W. Groves, Sec'y.
December 12th, 1916, Ocala, Fla.
12-tues
" Stop that Cough
A hacking cough weakens the whole
system, drains your energy and gets
worse if neglected; your throat Is
raw, your chest aches and you feel
sore all over. .Relieve that cold at
once with Dr. Kinsr's New Discovery.

The soothing pine balsams .heal the
irritated membranes, and the antisep antiseptic
tic antiseptic and laxative qualities kill the
germs and break up your cold. Don't
let a cold linger. Get Dr. King's New
Discovery today at .your druggist, 50

certs. 1

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 tr.e digestion. Obtainable
everywhere.

Neglected Colds Grow Worse
A couGrh that racks and irritates

the throat mav lead to a seriou

chronic cough, if neglected. The heal healing
ing healing pine balsams of Dr. Bell's Pine

Tar Honey nature's own remedy
will soothe and relieve the irritation,

Dreatning will be easier, and the an

tiseptic properties will kill the srerm

which retarded healing. Have it handy
for croup, sore throat and c hronic
bronchial affections. Get a bottle to

day. Pleasant to take. At all drug druggists,
gists, druggists, 25c. 1

Good for Constipation
Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent
or constipation. They are pleasant
o take and mild and crentle in effect-

Obtainable everywhere.

Constipation Causes Bad Skin

A dull and pimply skin is due to a
sluggish bowel movement- Correct

this condition and clear your complex-

t-ri. ivuig o Aew i.ii.t; xrllis.
This mild laxative taken at bedtime
will assure you a full, free, non-grip-
inT mOVPTYlPTlt'. in the mMTiino T.-ir

out the dull, listless feeling resulting
from overloaded intestines and slug sluggish
gish sluggish liver. Get a bottle today. At all
druggists, 25c. l
Sloan's Liniment Eases Pain
Sloan's Liniment is first thought of
by-mothers for bumps, bruises and
sprains that are continually happen happening
ing happening to children. It quickly penetrates
and soothes without rubbing. Cleaner
and more effective than rhussy plas plasters
ters plasters or ointments. For rheumatic
sches, neuralgia pain and that grippy
soreness after colds, Sloan's Lini Liniment
ment Liniment gives prompt relief. Have a bot bottle
tle bottle handy for bruises, strains, sprains
and all external pain. For the thou thousands
sands thousands whose work calls them out

doors, the pains and aches following

exposure are relieved by Sloan's Lin Liniment.
iment. Liniment. At all druggists, 25c. 1

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 step a fire bell when it is ringing,
but should cure the disease that caus causes
es causes 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, Ind., 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

where. .

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