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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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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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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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OOALA, FLORIDA, S TURD AY. DECEMBER 16, 1916

VOL.22 NO. 293

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ED GERMANS BACK FfiOH ALL THE GROUND SO

PERATELY WON SIHCE LAST FEBRUARY

(Associated Press)

Germans made no attempts

light to recapture the positions
Ahe French took yesterday, ac-

g to the French war office,
was a lively bombardment how-

along the entire front north of

n from the Meuse to Woevre.

ers from every regiment of five

divisions were taken in yes-

s advance, Paris said. v

lin admitted the French advance
rdun, saying the Germans were

from their advanced positions
f the Meuse. Berlin also re-

!l violent artillery fighting in

am, and said the Germans drove
Iritish from their second line
les southeast of Zillebeke, Bel-

her
an

VTeutonic advance in Rumania

tued, according to Berlin. More

two thousand prisoners were
yesterday, said the report. The

fans ret.irpd in the. Dnhmdial

, ...
itish troops have taken the of-

ye near Kui-El-Amara, in Meso-

hia, and Turkish' positions on the

bank of the Hai river south of
31-Amara have been taken, Lon-

innmmckd At rvno r n nc rnp

YYtm an1 An a

pn e wiiwm wnw anu vnv

of Kut-El-Amara.-

xnresa anv feeline of its own

the proffer for peace negotia negotia-from
from negotia-from the central powers is
mitted to the entente allies.' An

bncement from the Wh"te House

it has not been decided what
will be taken in the future to to-bringing
bringing to-bringing the belligerent powers

her in a peace conference.

unofficial report from Petrograd
the effect that the Russivan

Vina iinnnimnnsW nnsspd a res-

n against the acceptance of the
fiCffer. f

attack ever since the last great
stroke 'which recovered much lost ter territory.
ritory. territory. It is believed the Bermans
didn't expect the attack because of
the wet, misty weather.
The Germans fought desperately at
some places, but were unable to stop
the French advance even momentar momentarily.
ily. momentarily. Eighty captured cannon were
counted. The French front now ex extends
tends extends from a point north of Vacher Vacher-auville
auville Vacher-auville along the Vacherauville-Chau-mont
road, north of Louvemont to
Chambrelles and Bezonvaux. The po positions
sitions positions recaptured were lost Febru February
ary February 25th.

RUSSIA REFUSES

trograd advices, reporting the
tion by the duma of a resolution

ng the refusal by the entente

to enter peace negotiations,

Premier Pkorvski as declaring

1 Entente Allies were determined

,var must be carried to a victor-conclusion.

YPTURED EIGHTY CANNON

ins, Dec. 16. One hundred tnou-

men under General Mangin

icipated in an assault which ye s-

iy resulted in the French advanc-

'two miles on a six-mile front at

un. The attack was planned by

jral Nivelle, who has just been

a commander-in-chief.

itest advices indicate that nearly

prisoners were taken. General

:lle has been preparing for the

OFFERS

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AMERICANS

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1ST IHHUMAIf TREATMENT BY

THE HELPLESS BELGIAN PEOPLE

(Associated Press)

Since We Haven't -the Spunk to Pro Protect
tect Protect Our Own People, Perhaps
- We Had Better Accept -;

. (Associated Press) ;
El Paso, Tex., Dec. 16. A Mexican
courier reached the border yesterday
from Francisco Villa's camp at Creel,
fifty miles west of Minaca in the
Guerrero district of Chihfuahua, with
proposals that Villa would refrain
from the further destruction of for foreign
eign foreign life and property in Mexico on
condition that the United- States
would not interfere, in any way with
his campaign against the Carranza
government.
' This was officially announced by a
high representative of the govern government
ment government here after Villa's proposal had
been forwarded to Washington by
telegraph. : . '.
Villa also offered to protect all
foreigners and their prosperty from
the raidi of irresponsible bandits, it
wa also stated. This proposal in included
cluded included all Americans in Mexico, (it
was added.
At the camp where Villa had left
his wounded in the Guerrero district
a number of Carranza wounded were
also being treated by Villa's surgeons
after they had promised to join the
Villa army, the Mexican's report to
government agents stated. Villa had
8,000 well-armed men and 3,000 rifles
in reserve, the courier reported, and
also a number of artillery pieces and
a supply of shells. 4 (
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Seed oats, seed ryf and rape seed,
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf

New York, Dec. 16. Alton Brooks
Parker, speaking last night at a meet meeting
ing meeting to protest against "The Enslave Enslavement,
ment, Enslavement, of Belgians," declared that the
protest was on "behalf of helpless hu humanity
manity humanity outraged anew by a return to
methods abandoned hundreds of years
ago and not revived even in the most
savage of the late contests in which
men have been engaged."
After describing the hardships al already
ready already suffered by the Belgians he
went on to say that to "these must
now be added the systematic carrying
away into distant slavery of many
thousands of workmen none but the
best is wanted without any serious
pretense that it is done for any other
purpose than the benefit of 'their en

emies. -,.

"No official announcements made

of the number of unfortunates, of how

long they will be kept in bondage, or
whether they will ever be freed, or
not. Some admiration must be con

fessed for the fact that no apologies

are made. There is no claim that the

policy is not opposed to the promises

made or that the laws of nations have
not been violated. Nothing is sa?d in
justification except to assert the law
of necessity and its logic, 'the will, the

power and the determination to put

them into effect' without regard to
right or convention, and apparently
wjthout regard to the protests of
either belligerents or neutrals."
The nrntest of President Wilson

against the action of the Germans, he I
--'v- I

s.ai$, "we endorse from beginning to
end and further than that we propose
to stand by the president in his effort
to secure the release from bondage of
the deported Belgians."
The sympathy of this country for
the Belgians, he said, "is not based
upon interest, or politics, or desire for
power, or upon either a willingness or
an unwillingness to be drawn into the
maelstrom' of European complications,
tut upon the sufferings of a deeply
wronged people; and so the protests
which we make here tonight repre represents
sents represents the known and easily ascertain ascertained
ed ascertained sentiment of the people of this
country."
.If war is to be waged, he said, with
the purpose of "making human slav slavery
ery slavery again a part of itj whenever pow power,
er, power, dr necessity, or "brutality may dic dictate,
tate, dictate, it will not make much difference,
in the future of thevworld, whether

provisions are made for the preserva preservation
tion preservation or restoration of peace, as pro proposed
posed proposed or not."
This country, he said, had "joined
the whole world in abolishing slavery
of men because they were black and
we now join the whole world in pro protest
test protest against the return to this condi condition
tion condition of white men, long after it has
been ahandoned for all men." The
treatment of the Belgians, he said, is
the one urgent world question of the
clay and the advance or the defeat of
armies "has far less influence upon
the future of the world than this one
problem."

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AMBASSADOR

BERliSIORFF IS AIIIUS TO ASCERTAIN THE
SENTIMENT

Notes to Germany Will be For

warded Before Night

(Associated Press)

Is This Article and No Others
Need Take the Trouble of
Reading It

To some of you who read this ar article
ticle article it will mean the open gates to
prosperity. If you are devoid of all
trace of energy or ordinary ambition,
it is no use. Do not read this any
further. There is nothing in it for
you. "
But if you are interested and are a
live wire, here is a broadcast message
for you with a personal meaning. The
3,000 Club is an opportunity created
for you and your kind. It i3 the sort
of opening you energetic ones are al always
ways always looking for. The chance to se-

Washington, Dec. 16. Count Von

Bernstorff, German ambassador to the

United States, conferred with Secre

tary Lansing at the state department

this morning. The count sought in

formation of the United .States' at

titude toward the Teutonic peace pro

posals, and wished to discuss the gen general
eral general subject of peace. The German

ambassador offered any information
desired regarding his government's
attitude.

NOTES WILL BE SENT BEFORE

NIGHT
Secretary Lansing said the peace

notes probably would be. forwarded
before night. One uniform American
translation will be sent to all gov governments
ernments governments where the United States
represents the Germanic Allies. The
originals will probably be sent by
mail.
DIDN'T DISCUSS TERMS
Ambassador Bernstorff, after the
conference, said that peace terms
were not discussed. He wasn't re receiving
ceiving receiving formal terms.

KII WORDS

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RDOSEVEtT

SEEMS LIKE THE
FRUIT IS SAEE

In Spite of the Severe Chill that Setr
tied Down on Florida Last
' Evening

? cure, all the prosperity and happiness

you want without costing you a penny.

By joining the 3,000 Club, you willi

(Associated Press)
Tampa, Dec. 16. The coldest
weather of the season was reported
l:;st night for Florida. Gainesville
showed the lowest temperature, with
26 degrees; Bartow 32. The" frost
line didn't reach the Manatee truck
farming district. No fruit v damage
has bene reported.
COLDER TONIGHT
Jacksonville, Dec. 16. Colder
weather is the forecast for all Florida
tonight. Low temperatures are ex expected
pected expected as far south as Miami. Plant Planters
ers Planters have been warned to protect crops.

Says that Americans who are Silent
About Outrages in Belgium Peril
their Own Safety

be entitled to your share of the $2,080
in prizes.
Quite a change has taken place in
the list of members since the last
time published. A good many of the
members realize that this is their op

portunity to gain the lead over their!

opponents and are going out after
business with a vim.
(Concluded on Last Page)

PUBLISHERS WORKING
FOR CHEAPER PAPER

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 16. Newspapei
publishers, news print manufacturers
and paper jobbers met with the fed federal
eral federal trade commission today to ar arrange
range arrange a plan.for an equitable dis-ibu-tion
of the American and Canadian
news print supply.

(Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 16. A letter from
Colonel Roosevelt was read last night
at the meetjng to protest against the
Belgian deportations. He declared
that "Germany has trampled under
foot every device of international law
for securing the protection of the
weak and the unoffending," and "has
shown an utter disregard of all con considerations
siderations considerations of pity, mercy, humanity
and international morality."
"I earnestly wish you all success In.
your meeting," the colonel wrote,
"and all Americans who are proud of"
the good name of their country and
also have in them the capacity for
generous indignation on behalf of a
foully wronged people, must join in
hearty thanks to you and your asso associates.
ciates. associates.
"Germany's campaign of method methodically
ically methodically organized atrocities against the
unhappy Belgian people has culminat culminated
ed culminated in the transplanting of over a hun hundred
dred hundred thousand Belgian men into a
condition of state-slavery in Germany
where their labor is to be used to aid
in the conquest of their fellow-countrymen.
Similar transplantings of
civilian non-combatants, both men and
women, into slavery in Germany,
have already occurred in northern
France.

"This action is paralleled by the
action of the Assyrian conquerors of
Syria and Palestine; but until the
present war broke out it was suppos supposed
ed supposed that such hideous infamies were
effectively checked by the system of
irternational law which has grown up
under modern Christian civilization.
"The outrages committed on our
own people have been sijch as th
United States has never before been
forced to endure, and. have included
the repeated killing of our men, wom women
en women and children. The sinking of the
Marina and the Chemung the other
day, with the attendant murder of
six Americans, was but the most re recent
cent recent in an unbroken chain of injuries
and insults, which by comparison
make mere wrong to our property in-
( Concluded on Eighth Page)

"P LONG ago planned our purchase of Christmas Goods and we are now offering special
values at very low prices. We invite your inspection.

HANDKERCHIEFS
Direct Importation of Sheer Irish Linen Handkerchiefs for Men, Women
and Children in all the dainty color effects and solid white hand
. $!d!5c 40 $1.00 T 25c t0 $ 1.50

LADIES SHIRT WAISTS First showing for d f flfl to KCl
Spring of, 1917,.in -Xmas Boxes. .... ..... A W

LEATHER
GOODS
KID GLOVES
HANDBAGS
COMFY
SLIPPERS
All Colors

HOSIERY
Our Hosiery Department is complete. We carry the standard brands made
in America, in Silk, Lisle and Cotton.
Special boot in Special McCullum Vassar f f & f1 tZf
Ladies silk hose OUCcjik hose at V 1 vlOU

INDIES READY-TO-WEAR DEPARTMENT Special low prices prevail
on COAT SUITS, SPORT COATS. EVENING DRESSES, SILK KI KI-MONAS.
MONAS. KI-MONAS. BATH ROBES AND SWEATERS. A very desirable gift.

lladiner9

Store

Ocala, Fla.

IN OUR DRY GOODS DEPART MENT WE ARE OFFERING ATTRACTIVE PRICES ON SILK AND WOOL DRESS GOODS

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"The Most Attractive Plan for Saving Money Ever Devised"
Men Women Boys -Girls Little. Children aby
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The Reasons for
The Christmas Banking Club

Come in;

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means to save money.
To teach thrift to old and young by a systematic
method of saving a specified sum each week. The
Christmas Banking Club makes it easy for all to save.
Saving money is the one sure way to have money.
Most large fortunes began with mall savings.,
Many small deposits make a large sum; as the amount increases, your
interest in your balance increases, and it is that interest, called "the saving
habit," that leads to wealth.
To give all "a bank connection", so that they will learn the. many
ways in which our bank can be of service to them.
COME IN AND ASK ABOUT IT
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amount and tell us which club you wish to join. We will make you a member of the club and give you
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We Pay

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OCA LA, FLORIDA.

CHECKS
WILL BE GIVEN TO 1916 CLUBj
MEMBERS ON PRESENTATION OF
CARDS ON AND AFTER DECEM-f
BER 18, 1916

OLD SOUTH WIT

GOOD STORIES OF TOM MAR.
r SHALL STILL BEING TOLD.

-
lll-Advised Was the Person Who En Engaged
gaged Engaged in Word Duel With Famous
Kentuckian Who Flourished
"Befoh the Wah.w

, Of the witty Tom Marshall, of Ken Kentucky,
tucky, Kentucky, who flourished in the halcyon
days "befoh the wah," anecdotes are
still extant. Once there had been a
disagreement between him arid the
judge before whom he was making
an argument. "I urn not,'' "said Mar Marshall,
shall, Marshall, "such an ass as your honor"-
here the learned counsel was over overtaken
taken overtaken by a fit of coughing then he
finished his sentence "seems! to
think." v :
"Mr. Clerk," said the court, "enter
a fine against Mr. Marshall of $10 for
an unnecessary interregnum in his
sentence." "I am short of ready cash
this morning," said Tom, ('will your
honor kindly lend me .$10?" "Mr.

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that fine. The state of Kentucky is
better able to lose the money tlhan ;I
am." v.. .:: 'J 'i--
On another occasion Tom, indignant
at a ruling of the judge, exclaimed:
"Your honor, Jesus Christ, was convict convicted
ed convicted on just such rulings of the court
that tried him." "Mr. Marshall," said
the judge, "you are fined $10 for con contempt
tempt contempt of court." "Your honor," said
Tom, "I never before knew or heard of
anybody being fined for abusing Pon Pontius
tius Pontius Pilate.",
"What time is it, Mr. Marshall?"

said the judge. "I don't know," re-

plied- Tom. "My watch Is with my
uncle, and if your honor continues to
decide, against .'me as you have hith hitherto
erto hitherto done, It is not likely that I. will
be able to relieve my uncle of its cus custody."
tody." custody." ,r; ;:. ,";
Miss Breckenridge of Kentucky was
a society belle who had a beautiful
octoroon girl for a maid. She had
rooms at the Gait house and one day
Tom, meeting., the pretty servant girl
in a hotel hull when no one else was
present, engaged her in conversation
und eniled by giving her a kiss, which
was warmly returned. Thereupon
Tom, who was always gallant and had
a Southern gentleman's liking for
maids with a dash. of color from "Af "Af-ric's
ric's "Af-ric's sunny fountains" in their veins,
gave her what he supposed was a
ten-dollar gold piece, but which turned
out to be a gold medal that had been
presented to him by the citizen of
Frankfort In recognition of some pub pub-Tic
Tic pub-Tic service. The girl tried to change,
the gold medal at the hotel counter,
but the clerk took It from her and
gave it to her mistress, who ques questioned
tioned questioned hr and she told the .truth as
to how she obtained It. Miss Brecken Brecken-ridge
ridge Brecken-ridge determined to punish Tom and
relating the incident to a bevy of. her
female friends .that evening at a so social
cial social function where Marshall was pres present,
ent, present, surrounded by the hostess and a
dozen ladies, approached Tom arid
tendering him the medal exclaimed.
"3Ir. Marshall, here is something be belonging
longing belonging to you which I wish to return
to you." Tom took the medal with a
bow and exclaimed, "Miss 'Brecken 'Brecken-ridge,
ridge, 'Brecken-ridge, if I had known it was you J
wouldn't have given you a" qet-"

"CAT-FEAR" VICTIM

HERE IS INDIVIDUAL WITH REAL,
TALE OF WOE. ;

Many Who Have Suffered Under Like
Circumstances Wi'l Extend Sym Sym-,
, Sym-, pathy, Since "Honey Boys"
Are Quite Numerous.

FOR SALE, RENT OR EXCHANGE
Graham Bros', peach orchard, 50
acres, 1 miles west from the square;
good cotton land, fenced and ready for
cultivation; also 15 acres on Silver

Springs road, five miles east of town,
fenced ready for cultivation. These
tiacts will bear investigation. Wm.
Littledale, 27 Watula St Ocala. St

White ivory manicure sets, toilet
sets., shaving sets, etc.; also single
pieces. The Court Pharmacy. tf

Can anyone tell me at what age one

Is likely to become subject to cat-
fear? I wasn't born with it, for Ij
have vivid recollections of being fooK
ishly fond of a homely, spotted old

K .L L, UCUIIUq LliC UlUSlUl UUU1C Ul
Molly Cottontail, asserts a writer in
the Indianapolis 'News. Maybe cat cat-fear,
fear, cat-fear, like honors, comes to 'the Indi Individual
vidual Individual in various ways., If this should
prove to be true, then I'm under the
impression that it was thrust on me.
Strange to say, all cats do not affect
me unfavorably. I can even see a
scrawny black cat shoot across my
path without feeling a qualm, and I've
been known to warm a saucer of milk
to cheer some stray cat on its back back-alley
alley back-alley pilgrimage. If there's any hard harder
er harder lot than that of stray cats I don't
want to hear about it, and I'm glad
Tve helped some of them a bit.
; It's the fine, family pet that brings
on my attacks. Two people In the
upper flat have an Angora, an Im Immense
mense Immense black and clay-colored chump
that gets on my nerves. It seems that
this upper flat was rented primarily
for Honey. Boy., The two people oc occupy
cupy occupy any chair, couch or bed that his
majesty is not using. If he kept
strictly to his own rented apartment
it wouldn't be so hard, but he takes
privileges with the whole building and
surrounding grounds. He is partial to
the downstairs front porch, and
sprawling his long-haired self out on
one of the posts at the side of the
front steps, he waits, fondly expecting
every passer-by to exclaim over his
catship. And a lot of them do it more's
the pity! He also has his favorite
lounging places In the downstairs li library,
brary, library, one of them being the top of
the book shelves, near a much-prized
vase, but he has his uneasy moments
when I fix my eye on him and mutter
through clenched teeth: "You old
lowbrow!' He knows It has a dif different
ferent different ring compared with the' pet
names he jrets upstairs. The two peo people
ple people tin there call him Honey Boy, and
Boo'fnl Sins, and Child
,TTe presumes that the back yard be belongs
longs belongs exclusively to the upper flat, so
he takes his morninjr airings down
there, and one wakens to mnsical
pounds like this : "Honey Boy
Horn y P.'v Oh. 'oo bo'Vfnl s;n! Is
you wollin in de gwass? Des a

woinn m uc gwass, ties a wouin in

de gwass!" Wouldn't that be enough
to counteract the effect of even a good
night's rest?
At noon a gentle' voice calls -down
the back stairway : "Honey Boy, come
wight upstairs and det some ice cold
milk for ,'oo lunch." He seems to
have a, hankering after iced drinks,,
for once when I had placed a pitcher
of Ice water on the table for my own
especial enjoyment during the after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. Honey Boy sprang tip lightly
and., lapped his fill out of it'. The
members of my family told me after afterward
ward afterward that they feared I was going to
have apoplexy or hydrophobia, but it
was really an attack of my cat-fear.
Sometimes the- gentle voice calls per persuasively:
suasively: persuasively: "Come upstairs this min minute,
ute, minute, Honey Boy, to oo mother." Gee!
before I'd call myself mother to a dis disreputable
reputable disreputable bunch like that I'd make the
rounds of all the orphan asylums in
the city.
But going back to my cat-fear it's
different, from any Tve ever heard of.
I'm trying. hard to keep It well under
control, but every day the fear grows
stronger, that some time I'll mistake
Boo'ful Sing for the splotchy mop he
resembles, and with tense nerves and

set teeth either map up the front
porch or the back yard with him. That
would hurt his pampered feelin's and
worse still, it would hurt the feelin's of
his mistress and there'd be strained
relations between the jnpper and low lower
er lower flatters. No, I'm not afraid of the
upper flatters reading this outburst of
suppressed cat-fear. They (Jon't find
any time to read they're too busy
caring for noney Boy.

13 lbs. sugar tor $1 with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries pn Sat Sat-urday.and
urday.and Sat-urday.and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.

An immense line of Merschaum
pipes especially for holiday gifts at
the Court Pharmacy. tf

New line of trays and casseroles at
The Book Shop. 3t

Insist on having Carter's Delicious
Cake (five flavors) 10 cents. tf
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PAGE THREE

EELLEVIEW

1 just recently returned from; an inter- BERLIN .

'. 'eating vacation spent in Illinois, In-1
leview,. Dec. 13. Fr'day night, idiana and Iowa. j Berlin, Dec. 13. We are having
15th is. the date for the Ec-Ke-i Tha Custis Vaudeville Combination some fine weather on gardens and
Woikcrs' hfc cupper. A large : rnsde a two night stand in Belleviewj oats. Here it is almost Christmas and
l is assured and more than that last Monday and Tuesday. This is! we haven't had cold enough to kill

C)0 welcome.

t?e best show that ha3 stopped

e members of the Masonic frater- j Dcileview- in a number of years.

at ; tender vegetables.
I There was quite a crowd of Mr.

held their regular monthly mete-1 Miss Gertrude Carter of Conant is.E. Brook's friend3 out from Ocala

!n the night of Dec. 7. A number visiting Mrs. E. L. Sumner. last Wednesday evening to the cane

t of town members wsre present, Mr. George Bailey of Rock Island, ; grinding.

besides transacting the regular j III., and sister, Mrs. Sadie Van Horn! Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smith gave a

Ihlv business, the vearlv election f of Cotter. Iowa, arrived in town last social in honor of Mrs. bmitn s sis-

i

ulcers took place. The following, ?riday and are nicely settled in

rs were elected: James N. Shedd, jMillsom cottage for the winter.

p.; Harry C. Groft, S. W.; Chas.l Mrs. A. M. Lantz spent several days
iavis, J. W.; Oscar M. Gale, treas- j in Ocala last week, going up espe-

; Chas. A. Tremere, secretary; cially to attend the Southern Metho Metho-ley
ley Metho-ley T. Hall, S. D.; David C. Stan-jdist conference,
chaplain; H. W. Weaver, J. S.jj

KIMONA AND

the

FANCY WORK SALE

" When? Next Thursday, Dec. 14, be beginning
ginning beginning at 10 o'clock. Where? From
the Ocala House porch. By whom ?
Ladies' Aid of Christian church.
I NEED THE CAR
AND YOU NEED THE STAR
Please subscribe or make a re

newal to me personally or to the pa paper
per paper for my benefit.
Very respectfully yours,
12-Ct J. H. Brinson.

scar Hightoker, S. S.; M. M. Fox-

th, J. D.; James A. Freeman, tyler.

ne of the surprises of last Sunday

ning was the information dissent dissented
ed dissented around town, that Rev. J. J.
mpson, one of the most beloved
achers that ever filled the Metho-

pulpit was in town and would

akh at the morning service. Rev.
Tip son was a welcome visitor to

find every one was glad to see

He returned to Ocala in the aft-

oon where, he had been attending

Methodist conference, and we note i

t he has been returned to his last

rge at Madison.

h-n P Trpmpre and t.h writer

ftored to Ocala Wednesday night j. 0ur line of new nd reprint books

V Tvr.rrw. of ftii1,'n0 th mne. s secona to none in ucaxa. mae

tl comedy. Nobody Home at the yur Christmas selections before they

rr,rja twt.r or,,, tx7a fcif ? are picked over, ine uook bnop.

id for the trip.

3t

Mr. John Martin of Oxford was a

siness visitor in town last Wednes-

y.

Ruby McClendon came down

Though the holiday rush has start started,
ed, started, our PRESCRIPTION department
is not being impaired. We are giving

f Miss Ruby McClendon came down it the same prompt and accurate ser

- . . . t 1 1

0m Ucala last Saturday to Spend vice mat nas always een maiis.ru as

e weeTc-end with her mother, Mrs. the leading drug store. The Court

11. MrfHendnn. Miss Ruhv has Pharmacy. tf

i

It has always been bur 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
plans are indefinite, we. frequently make;
suggestions that suit the need.

!!& CJiistoiaiers Are

ter, Miss Winifred Freeman of Clear Clearwater
water Clearwater last Wednesday evening, and
all who had the pleasure of attending
report a fine time. Miss Freeman
left on Thursday, morning for her

home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Smith of the
Wacahoota section were week-end

'guests of Mrs. Smiths parents, Mr.

and Mrs. J. L. Beck.

With- all the drawbacks last Sat

urday and two combinations to over overcome,
come, overcome, the Methodist conference and

the circus in Ocala, the teachers' as association
sociation association was a success. There were
folly twenty-five county teachers
present and we believe Prof. Brinson
was at his best. The program was the

best we believe the association has

ever had. The papers read and dis discussed
cussed discussed were broad and instructive and

were for the betterment of the
schools. We are sorry every school

patron in this county could not have
heard Prof. Cassels' paper on the au authority
thority authority of a teacher over pupils go going
ing going to and from school. The ladies
did themselves well, though few in

number. They prepared a sumptuous

dinner and we believe every one was

equal to the occasion when dinner was
announced. Prof. Shelton Phillips,

state rural school inspector, was pres

ent and gave many helpful sugges

tions in the forenoon, and in the aft

ernoon he made one of the best sound,

logical talks we ever heard him make

He threw bouquets at the association;

said it was one among the best teach teachers'
ers' teachers' institutes in the state and Marion
county was away ahead of a great

many other counties, and Prof. Brin

son deserved all the credit for it, for
he had been continuously hammering
at this for the past eight years. Any
school should- ieel honored to have

this institute meet with it.

Miss Ruby Spencer of Zuber was

the week-end guest Of Miss -Leon

Brooks.

One of our young ladies is sitting

on the mourner's bench. Her best f el

low came up, from Oxford, a distance

cf forty miles, to take her over to
Shady to a dance. The young lady

decided she had to have a chaperone

and the good lady of the house de

cided to go, but couldn't go without

her hubby and little boy. So Sidney
soon saw he was up against a prop

osition, but he was game, and took the

whole family, and all report a jolly

good time. There's many a bud that

the cold frost has nipped and many a

slip between the cup and lip.

S. J. McCully and son Ulaud were

transacting business' in Ocala Mon

day.

Misses Maude Strickland and Floy

McCully were the week-end guests o

Miss McCully's guests, and attended

the teachers' association.

Miss Fay Beck was 'the week-end
guest of her parents and attended the

teachers' association.

Miss Nina Seckinger is spending

several weeks with her sister, Mrs

James Rooks at Floral City.

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. WELCH'

PHONE 223 Ocala Florida

DESERT CISTERN

THE WENDSOl

V JACKSONVILLE FLORIDA

OTEL

n the Heart of the city with neumiug Park for a front yard.
Every modern cuavenience in ech room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.00.

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Proprietor

J. F K A VANAUGH
Manaeer.

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At I

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A. E. BURNETT
THE OLD RELIABLEOCALA JEWELER

AS Usual has an Immense Line A Christmas and Hol-
iday goods for the people of Marion and adjoining
counties. While it has been rather difficult to get just
what was desired, we finally succeeded in laying in a
line even larger than in former seasons. There is not a
new novelty on the jewelry market that cannot be found
here. There is ho use in specifying each item as the
jewelry line is to well known to make this necessary
However, we want to call your attention to the exten extensive
sive extensive line of

SOLID SILVERWARE
CUT GLASSWARE
CHINAWARE
TOILET SETS,' Etc.
Our advice is to "SHOP EARLY" as it gives you hun hundreds
dreds hundreds of hems to select from that will not be here if you
wait until the last minute to make your selec-

tions.

A..E. BURNETT

MERCHANTS
BLOCK,

OCAL.

1" 'ClM THE 0LD RELIABLE

THE SWISS POSTOFFICE

The Swiss post office saves its old
stamps, and this month it offers 10, 10,-000
000 10,-000 used copies of the current high
value Swiss stamps, 3, 5, and 10
francs, for sale. Last year a similar
offer to the trade was realized. The
three denominations are offered at
lOd per stamp In whatvis styled "first
quality," and 7d per stamp in the sec second
ond second quality, or ijs 6dand Is 8d the
set of three. The first quality stamps
were only used on dockets, etc.. which
never left the post office; while the
second kind were used in the mails.
The stamps are only supplIedto the
Swiss dealers, but British dealers can
obtain them from the Swiss trade at
a small commission of these prices

Jf ernaps nothing could better Illus Illustrate
trate Illustrate the difficult nature of Persia as
regards military operations than the

knowledge of the extreme measures
that have to be adopted for the con

servation of water over a large part

or the region in which the Turks,

Russians and even a considerable por

tion of Persians are now" in conflict.

The Caspian watershed of Persia Is

fairly well watered and wooded, but

all the region south of about the lati-j

tude of Teheran the ; central and
southern zones are almost absolute
desert, the largest cities being near
the base of the mountains, where the
rivers have not had time to be ab absorbed
sorbed absorbed in the burning sands. At other
points there are occasional wells and
springs, but the principal sources of
water in these desert regions are the
strange cisterns.
Stone conduits carry water from the
mountains to the cisterns on the des desert
ert desert plains. Popular Science Monthly.

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

age, Ocala, Fla s 7-12t

PLUMBING AND
ELECTRICAL

CONTRACTING

When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too 3arge and none
too small, tf H. W. Tucker.

A beautiful and useful gift for X X-mas.
mas. X-mas. "Vf the jeweler carries the

cream
las.

in Gold' Handled

Umbrel-13-tf

Cranes Linen Lawn and Hiland
Linen in gift boxes at The Book Shop.
Encourage home industry by IN INSISTING
SISTING INSISTING on having CARTER'S
bread and cakes. None better made.
Carter's Bakery. tf

A full line of Waterman's Ideal
fountain pens, baskets, stationery and'

novelties for Christmas. Gerig's. tf
FAMILY AVOIDS
SERIOUS SICKNESS

By Being Constantly Supplied Wit!)
Bedford's Bbck-DrangLt

McDuff, Va. "I suffered for sevend
rears," says Mrs. J. B. Whittaker, ai
his place, "with sick headache, and
stomach trouble.
Ten years ago a friend told me to trj
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
and 1 found it to be the best family medi medicine
cine medicine for young and old.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all the
time now and when my children feel s
tittle bad, they ask me for a dose, and ii
does them more good than any medicine
they ever tried.
We never have a long spell cf sick sickness
ness sickness in our family, since we commenced
using Black-Draught."
Thedford's Black-Draught is purely
vegetable, and has been found to regu regulate
late regulate weak stomachs, aid digestion, re relieve
lieve relieve indigestion, colic, wind, nausea,
headache, sick stomach, and simiiax
symptoms.
It has been in constant use for more
than 70 years, and has benefited more
haa a million people.
Your druggist selU and recommend!
Black-Draught. Price only 25c Get a
xnckastt to-dav. il c ut

The Most Successful Plant

In Central Florida
, We will be ready to receive meat for curing and cold storage
on and after
NOVEMBEllsS,

We advise the killing of hogs on cool days (do not run or excite
them before killing), cut up, sal and lay out separately in shade for
at least 12 hours, so as to get all animal heat out of meat before
packing in box for shipment or bringing to plant. Make all ship shipments
ments shipments by EXPRESS. Mark your name and address on package. Our
charge is lc per pound for the first 30 days and c per pound for
each 30 days thereafter, with 10c, per 100 pounds for insurance.

Ocala fee IP

Phone 34

TAYLOR BROTHERS

OCALA, FLA.

P. O. B. 576.

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except

Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamer
tickets reading to Savannah. Ga.. do not include

Staterooms on all steamers outside, large and airy. Steamships Su Suwannee
wannee Suwannee and Somerset have special rooms, with brass beds and bath
toilet, etc. Wireless on all steamers.
Steamers leave Jacksonville via Savannah, Ga., at 4 p. m Wed-'
nesday and Saturday, to Baltimore, and Thursday and Sunday to
Philadelphia.
Through tickets to all points. For further information, illustrated
booklets, resrvations, etc., write or call,
H. C Avery, Agent. J. F: W RD, T. P. A L. D. JONES. C. A.
Jacksonville, Florida



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OCA LA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1916

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OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY

FLORIDA FOREVER

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Entered at Ocala, l!a., poa.i.1ce '-14 second class ruaijc-r
(Dumcl!c) Foreign)
One year. In advance $5.00. One year, in auvauce $8. CO
six months, in advance Z.10 Six month, in aavance 4.25
Three months, in advance...... 1.25 Tnree months, in advance 2.25
One month, in advance 50 One month, in advance 80
. . ... -.

There sems to be more room at the
tojj than ever before.
We wonder where the Citrus Coun County
ty County Chronicle obtained all the paper
for its holiday edition. -'

If the suffs keep on gaining ground,
well soon have to write it Mrs. and
Mr. instead of Mr. and Mrs'

We don't know why, but war dis dispatches
patches dispatches that until two .or three

months ago were coming thru Lon

don are now arriving almost entirely

from Berlin.

postage on us. Jacksonville and

Tampa papers will do us a favor by

copying this.

PUT IT UP TO THE POSTMASTER

It's good form to wear a clean
shirt, yet the shirt doesn't make the
man. Some of the scaliest rascals we
ever knew never did enough honest

work to "soil their shirts.

Germany justifies her treatment of

the Belgians by the plea of necessity.
We are afraid Germany would justify

shoving all the rest of this world into
hell by the same plea.

The excitement about oil in Wakul Wakulla
la Wakulla county has sobered down somewhat.
There is oil in many places in the
world, but unless a certain quantity
can be produced it is not profitable.

We see in the Lakeland Star that
Morris G. Munn is one of the .leading
contributors to the public Christmas
tree in that town. We kndw Morri3
of old. The G in his name stands for
generosity.

If we are here next Hallowe'en, we
are going to collect all the boys in
town and move the union station
across the Seaboard track. We are
commencing to think that is the only
way it will ever be done.

Governor Capper of Kansas, say3
America must lead in peace. If
Americans don't change some of their
ways they will certainly lead in peace
with some warlike power close behind
them with a red-hot bayonet.

Wm. J. Bryan was in Jacksonville
Friday, on his way to Miami, and
cabbled to Premier Lloyd-George "of
Great Britain to accept Germany's
prdposal for peace. If all Americans
were of Mr. Bryan's disposition, China
would be a modern Sparta beside the
United States. i

We see by the Scottsyille, Ky., Tri Tribune,'
bune,' Tribune,' that the' Ocala Oil Company
continues to be very active in that re region.
gion. region. It is making preparation to
build several additional wells. Our
former fellow citizen, Mr. R. O.

Huntsman, is a high official of that

company.

"If you want to ask about the war

I can say nothing. From you I learn

the news. Thank you. But when any
one offers you a scrap of paper "you
must think twice. That's all I have to

say," said Mr. J. Jusserand, the am

bassador of France to America, when

pressed for an opinion on the Ger
man peace proposal.

Leach and Woods of the Leesburg
Commercial and Eustis Lake Region
are, in our opinion, the puzzle twins.
Leach fired one about Natal hay at
us week before last and Woods hands
us one about whisky-producing states

in connection with fairs and prosper

ity this week. We suppose they think

they know what they are talking

about but we pass it up. We never

were any good at puzzles anyhow.

The Lakeland Star is after the
scalp of a bad traffic cop, who haunts
the road, thru Plant City from Lake

land to Tampa.. If the plans and

specifications the Star has doped out

regarding the said cop are correct,
he must be something like Cash; in

fact, he might be Cash, for that in

dividual has moved that way. We
would advise people going to Tampa

to avoid Plant City or else travel on
. the train.

Almost every time this year we
have gone to the. postoffice, and seen
in our box a nice-lcoking letter, that
we proudly hoped contained a year's
subscription to the Star, or at least
a leapyear proposal, we have found
said letter full of mail order circu circulars.
lars. circulars. We buy all our booze from the
Carmichael & Son Co., Tampa, and
it's no use for other houses to waste

The other day, a citizen of a Flor

ida town, who like us is annoyed by

constantly finding whisky circulars in

his postoffice box, requested the clerks

not to deliver him any more- of that
kind of mail. This request greatly

worried the postmaster, who was

anxious to oblige and yet knew he

must stick as close to the law as a
postage stamp. He replied as follows:

Dear Sir: The two circulars re

turned herewith, bearing your in

ttructions that no more such mail be

placed in your box, have been submit

ted to the executive division of this

office for reply.
While this office would be glad to
comply with your wishes in this mat matter,
ter, matter, fully realizing the temptation to
which you are subjected on reading

the matter contained therein, the pos

tal laws and regulations forbid that

portal employees exercise any censor censorship
ship censorship over mail matter. The censor

ship of "liquor" matter would lead

directly to the censorship of "lover"
matter, and that would involve this

office (likewise all others) in a series
of controversies that would eventual

ly compel the postoffice force to retire

to the "tall and uncut."

Trusting that this little explanation

will place us right with you, I remain,

very respectfully, Yours, Etc.

If the average citizen goes into a

store, he doesn't go behind the coun

ter unless invited; if he goes into a
lawyer's office, he doesn't paw over

his books; if he goes into an electric
light plant he doesn't pick up a gen

erator and try to pick it to pieces.

But a good many people will go into

an editor's office, rake thru his pap papers
ers papers from Boston to the bad place and

cause him to make remarks that peril
his immortal soul. Wonder why this
discrimination.

Elsewhere we publish a most ex excellent
cellent excellent letter from Wm. A. McRae,
commissioner of agriculture, and the
man we are going to support for gov governor
ernor governor in 1920, if we are here then.
It's a letter full of sense, philosophy
and sunshine, like the man who wrote
it, and don't you fail to read it.

We have had many misadventures
with printers and linotype operators,
but not one of them ever did us so
badly as this artist did 1 Clarence
Woods of the Eustis Lake Region.
Woods says: ' J
"Among other paragraphs I wrote
for my paper was this innocent look looking
ing looking line: ;
" 'Vote for bonds and Richmond will
soon be blooming as the rose.'
. "What did this old printer do to
me? He was against the bonds, and
this is what he set in type:
"'Vote for bonds and Richmond
will soon be bleeding at the nose.'

BIGOTRY

(Columbia, S. C, State)
! Undaunted and towering stands

Mercier, Roman Catholic cardinal,

champion in ravaged Belgium of the
liberties, of his people. 1
Who are the enemies of his coun country?
try? country? The Protestant emperor of Ger Germany.
many. Germany.
The Roman Catholic emperor of
Austria-Hungary.
Who are his friends?
Roman Catholic France and Italy
and Protestant Great Britain.
Also, among his enemies, presum presumably
ably presumably are Sidney J. Catts, governor governor-elect
elect governor-elect of Florida, and Thomas E. Wat Watson
son Watson of Georgia.
Human asininity reaches its climax
in bigotry.

The State cf Florida,
Department of Agriculture
Ta!:nhas:-:ee, Dec. 14th, 191G.
Editor Star: The psepb cf the state
r.nd nation have decided vrhat they
wanted by their ballots. Democrats,
republicans, prohibitionists, socialists,
Methodists, Baptists, Catholics, inde inde-oependents,
oependents, inde-oependents, and what net, entered the

f;ay and waged and raged even to
fierceness, but it's all over, or should
be, at least for the next four years or
1460 days.
There is no need now of rancor or
repining. The past is gone. As Moses
said in Genesis 45:5: "Now therefore
be not grieved, nor angry with your

selves," and let us agree with David
in the Psalms, that it is vain "to eat
the bread of sorrows." There is phil philosophy
osophy philosophy too in the pleasant verse by
Folger McKinsey, of the Baltimore
Sun, wh says:
A lot of worry shortens life,
So say good judges.
It doesn't pay to fool your wife
Or cherish grudges.
Cut out the useless anger, men,
The cold resentment;
And deal a little now and then
In sheer contentment.
And again:
There is no path however hard
That leads not somewhere ere the
end

Into some neighbor's sunlit yard

Ur the bloomy garden of a friend.
There is real work to do in our

loved state of Florida. Work to make

our state greater, more prosperous,

more beautiful and more enjoyable

that there may be happiness and com

fort in every home.

There are towns and cities to be

built; swamps to be drained and the
land made fruitful; farms and gar

dens to be carved out of the wilder wilderness;
ness; wilderness; broad acres to be tilled for

food for the increasing millions of our
country; knowledge existing to be ap applied
plied applied in getting best results from our
labors; skill to be attained in wrest wresting
ing wresting profit from the waste of fields.

forests and mills; more machines put

to work to meet the multitudinous

calls of commerce; more railroads and
steamboats to be built and operated;
and new highways to be made and
old ones improved.' -.
.There is need of more and better
schools, of love of birds and every
living thing, of conserving the gifts
of nature, of the wonders of the land
and growing things; more gardens to
be made the first man was placed in
a garden. ,See Genesis 11:8-9. There
is need of more consideration to the
work of the churches in pointing the
way to the better life and living;
there are new songs to be written,
and new poems and more newspapers

to be printed and read; there are fal fallen
len fallen ones to be lifted up; more kind
words to be spoken; more cheerful
"good mornings" to be uttered, and
more smiles scattered. Cecil Rhodes
once said: "There is so much to do and
the time is so short." f
Florida is sill in the making, and
opportunities reach out 'to us as
eagerly as the hands of Monte Cristo

stretched skyward, accompanied by
the cry : "The World is mine." Let us
be up and doing, think as we work
"as a marrthinketh so is he" and let
ur adopt a. slogan this striking ad admonition
monition admonition from a sermon by Brooke
Herford:
- "Go forth into the busy world and
love it; interest yourself in its life;
mingle kindly with its joys and sor sorrows;
rows; sorrows; try what you can do for men
rather than what you can make them
do for you, and you will know what it
is to have men yours, better than if
you were their king or master."
More power to your pen in your
good work, and that of the other
many good editors of Florida, in
helping to build up a great state.
Yours very truly,
W. A. McRae,
Commissioner of Agriculture.

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NO PLACE FOR NEGROES

Many of the negroes who so blithe blithely
ly blithely left the Sunny South for jobs in
the north last summer are shivering
and suffering now. A friend sends us
the following from a Pennsylvania pa paper:
per: paper: "Pittsburg is Caring For Negroes
Brought North"
"Pittsburg, Dec. 9. Pittsburg is

facing the problem of caring for sev-J

eral thousand illiterate negroes,
brought here from the South by rail railroad
road railroad companies and contractors on the
labor shortage wave, according to in investigation
vestigation investigation made by Mayor Joseph G.
Armstrong and officials of the depart department
ment department of charities. In council today it
was stated these negroes were induc induced
ed induced to come by railroad companies and
contractors, and after working a short
time, were discharged. Hundreds
have asked for aid. Mayor Armstrong
has advised council to try to force the
railroads and contractors to return
the men to the South,"

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Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Junior League 3 p. m.
Senior League 6 p. m.
Preaching 7 p. m.
All cordially invited.
J. M. Gross, Pastor.

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SUB-AGENCY IN SUMTER
Messrs. McMullen and Cook of
Bushnell and Center Hill came up to
Ocala yesterday, bought a 'Maxwell
car and took the sub-agency for the
Maxwell in their section, contracting
for a carload of six Maxwells to be
delivered to them this month. These
gentlemen have had other car agen agencies
cies agencies but appreciate the fact that the
Maxwell is the best of them all, both
fiom the standpoint of the agent and
the owner.

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9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Pastoi
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6:30 p. m. White Christmas ser service.
vice. service. Orchestra will begin promptly
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Sunday school 10 a. m.
Thanksgiving service, Nov

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ir You IJac Any .cvs F-br this De Department.
partment. Department. V:i Up Five-One-Y
pitality were Misses Lida Morgan,
Dorothy and Marie Hickman, Onie
Chazal, Adela Ax, Caroline Harriss,
Hannay Ellis, Elizabeth Davis, Mary
Harriet Livingston, Sue Moore end
T. IL Kan-is.

OCALA EVENING SI x R. SATURDAY. DECEMBER 16, 1916

Gold and Glitter
In days of youth, oft I was told:
"Not all that glitters, son, is gold."
But butter glitters in the vat,
And it's as good as gold, at that,
And in the hen's eyes as she lays,
There seems a glitter in her gaze
A strength supremely hard and bold,
For eggs are now worth more than
gold;
It may sound like I'm telling lies,
But look in some potato's eyes,
And see the glitter in a trice,
As. upward goes the market price!
It may be true that ancient line,
But I'll take eggs to gold for mine;
The glitter may not be so bright,
But if you get them fresh and right,
YouH have a fortune when you're old,
If all that glitters is not gold.
Exchange.
For the Misses Hickman
Miss Adela Ax will be the hostess at
.an informal dance at her home to tonight.
night. tonight. This little affair is planned for
Hisses Dorothy and Marie Hickman.
A most enjoyable time is anticipated
by the following, Misses! Onie Chazal,
Caroline Harriss, Kate Hull, Lida
Morgan, and Messrs. R. L. Anderson
Jr. John Chazal, Duncan McDonald,
Dick Stroud, George Looney, Albert
Harriss and Joe Borden.

Studio Recital
A most delightful Christmas recital
was given i by Miss Lancaster's pupils
at her studio this afternoon. The
numbers were all beautifully played,
and from the smallest pupil to the
largest the careful training of the
teacher was evident. Below is the
program rendered:
Valse (Schumoll) Martha Rivers.
Duet (Streabbog) Martha Rivers
and Pauline Shaf er.
Flower Song (Mathews) -Pauline
Schaf er.
Flower Fairies (Faeris); Shepherd
Song (Mathews) Ola Griffin.
Little Bugler (Schumann); Spanish
Dance (Marjkowskj) Turney Col Colbert.
bert. Colbert. I
Waltz (Turlitt)- Kenneth Stroman.
Polka (Wolfordt) Ardis Bray.
Waltz (Violin Solo) Clark Berry.
Andantino (Violin Sqlo) Lawton
Smith.
Forest Sprite (Krug) Mabel Gold Goldman.
man. Goldman. Silent Night (Carol) Ola Griffin'
and Mabel Goldman.
Waltz (Marjkowski) Miss Grace
Smith.
Reverie (Behr) Mrs. Hodges.
Andantino in G major Mrs. Dear Dear-min.
min. Dear-min. Ungarisch (Sartario) Miss Blanch
Williams.
Joyous Moments (Steinheimer)
Clara Hogan.
Valse (Durand) Mamie Hogan.
Trio (Webster) Martha Rivers,
Pauline Schaf er and Mamie Hogan.
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Sewing Party Given by Miss Hull
In compliment to her guest Miss
Lida Morgan of Arkansas, and the
Misses Dorothy and Marie Hickman
of Philadelphia, Miss Kate Hull en entertained
tertained entertained at a delightful little sewing
party this morning at the home of her
sister, Mrs. John Graham.
Several hours were spent most in informally,
formally, informally, and while the needles flew
several piano solos were enjoyed. Mrs.
T. H. Harriss added much pleasureyto
the morning by several beautiful vocal
selections.
At noon, Mrs. Grahana, assisted by
Mrs. T, H. Harris, se&yed poinsetta
salad, sandwiches, saltines, cheese
balls, lemon ice and cake.
Those partaking of Miss Hull's hos-

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"High Cost cf Living" Committee
Meeting at Womaa's Club
Monday
A committee meeting will be held
at the Woman's Club building on
Monday afternoon at three o'clock to
discuss plans for a mass meeting to
be held at a later date. The purpose
of the mass meeting will be to discuss
the causes of the present high cost of
food and to devise some way to rem remedy,
edy, remedy, if possible, the present "high cost
of living." The committee which is
to meet on Monday afternoon consists
of the original committee appointed
by the Woman's Club, namely, Mrs.
Anderson, Mrs. Hocker, Mrs. Ty Ty-dings,
dings, Ty-dings, Mrs. Van Hood and Mrs. Gary,
and a representative of each of the
other women's organizations in the
city.' Representatives of all firms in
the city handling food stuffs are also
invited and earnestly requested to at attend
tend attend this meeting. j
Mrs. W. T. Gary, Chairman, j
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger is expected
home tonight.
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' Miss Blair Woodrow passed through
Ocala yesterday afternoon on her
way to Woodmar.
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Miss Alice Bullock left yesterday
for Orlando to attend the bachelor's
ball to be given at the country club.
Mrs William Hocker and children
motored to Leesburg yesterday to

spend the week end with Mrs. E. H
Mote.

Mrs. V. Phillips and daughter, who
have spent the past two months with
Mrs. J. M. Thompson, have returned

to' their home in Kansas.
'
Mrs. H. E. Carlton and daughter,

Miss Kate, of Arcadia, arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday afternoon to spend the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays with Mrs. H. M. Hamp-j

ion ana iamny.
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Mr. Rnacn TVTofTcn-f A

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sell DeHone's car to Williston today
and took Misses Sara DeHon, Louise1

Spencer and Theo Beckham to witness
the basket ball games.
The young folks who had a dance at
the Commercial Club last night are
indebted for a great deal of their
pleasure to that very courteous gen gentleman,
tleman, gentleman, Mr. Herbert Lattner.
m m
Mrs.; W. J. Hilands will go to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville next week to meet Mr. Hi-

'ua wuv ia uuw m iviiaim. xuey ex expect
pect expect to take their trip to Cuba some sometime
time sometime in January accompanied by Mr.
and Mrs. C. H. Kitteridge.
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Mrs. Alice E. Law and daughter,
Miss Elizabeth Dunn of New York,

arrived in Ocala yesterday. They will,

spend three or four weeks at the
residence of Mrs. Arms on Fort King

avenue.

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The many Ocala friends of Miss
Lola McClure will be glad to hear she
and her mother, Mrs. F. M. McClure

uuciujriuic, "ji'f oiiivcu ucit; yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon to spend the winter
with Rev. and Mrs. Bunyan Stephens..
. Mr. and Mrs. John Dozier expect
to leave Sunday morning to spend the
day in Orlando. They will return
Monday accompanied by their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. Sylvan McElroy and Sylvan
Jr., who will remain for the Christ Christmas
mas Christmas holidays.
That grave and elderly pedagogue,
Professor Koontz, had the honor of
taking the captain of the girls basket
ball team, Miss Callie Gissendaner,
and Miss Leslie Jackson, center, to
Williston in his car today. Professor
Robert Connor was carried on the run running
ning running board for ballast.
Mr. Norman Home leaves next
week for Norman Park, Ga. He will
bring his sisters Misses Kathleen,
Elizabeth and Ethel home for the hol holidays.
idays. holidays. Miss Berry, from Misouri, who
teaches expression in Norman Park
Institute and the Misses Bertha. and
Dora Home will also accompany them.
vMr. and Mrs. Christian Ax chap chaperoned
eroned chaperoned a delightful little dancing
party at the Commercial Club last
night. Present and dancing were
Misses Morgan, Caroline Harriss,
Marguerite Edwards,. Annie Pope
Eagleton, Adela Ax, Onie Chazal,
Kate Hull, Marie and Dorothy Hick Hickman,
man, Hickman, Ellen Stripling and Lucile Rob Robinson
inson Robinson and Messrs. Carlton Ervin, Les Leslie
lie Leslie Anderson, Robert Anderson, Robert
Connor, Joe Borden, John Chazal,
Dick Stroud, George Looney, Frank

! Churchill, Duncan McDonald and

Norton Davis.

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What Shall I Give My Mother, My Wife, My Best Girl ?
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We have everything that is Practical and useful for CHRISTMAS GIFTS'
for the Ladies. Here are a few suggestions.

. SHIRTWAISTS

Tub Silk Waists . . $2.25
Crepe de Chine Waists, in Holly Boxes. .$3.50
Georgette Crepe Waists". $5.95 to $6.50
SILK NEGLIGEES

Silk Negligees and KJmonas make apprecia appreciative
tive appreciative gifts ..... $2.9 5 and Up.

NECKWEAR

The prettiest assortment in the city. The new
combination of Satin and Flannel Effects,
Broadcloth with Wool Embroidery trim trimmings,
mings, trimmings, Net with Silver and Gold trimmings.
Prices from 50s to $2.95
FEATHER BOAS

Ostrich Feather Boas $1.50 to $3.50

SILK PETTICOATS

Make Ideal Gifts $1.98 to $6.50
BATHROBES

Bath Robes, at.. $2.95
SWEATERS

Will be warmly appreciated by the Women and
Children 75c and up.

HANDKERCHIEFS

Handkerchiefs are alwas ap appreciated
preciated appreciated and a woman can never
have too many. We have a beau beautiful
tiful beautiful line.
Colored Corner Embroidery and Whip Cord
- Edge Handkerchiefs, 3 in a box. 30c and 50c
Corner Embroidered Handkerchiefs, 3in a
box . . 75c
Corner Embroidered Handkerchiefs, 6 in a
box... .. .$1.25
Silk, Crepe de Chine Handkerchiefs with Color Colored
ed Colored Embroidered corners and edges, at
each . . .25c and 30c
Cotton Crepe Handkerchiefs, each 15c

HOSIERY

A very practical and ideal
Christmas Gift.
Phoenix Silk Hosier, in individual boxes,
Priced at ...80c and $1.05
Fancy Stockings, irt boxes... $1.00
Buster Brown Silk Stockings ............. 5 0 C
AFTERNOON DRESSES

Serge, Silk Poplins and Silk Afternoon Dress Dresses
es Dresses in great array. Priced $5.95 and up.
UMBRELLAS
Are useful, prices from ....$1.00 to $3;50

PARTY AND DANCING FROCKS

Received a new lot of Party and" Dancing
Frocks, the prettiest we have ever had or
shown before in Ocala. Prices ranging
from .. .........$10.00 to $35.00
BOUDOIR CAPS

Silk Boudoir Caps and Slippers to match, in
boxes.. ... .. .." $2.25
Silk Boudoir Caps, all colors. 50cf 75c and $1
AUTO SCARFS HAND BAGS
Chiffon Auto Scarfs, all colors.... $1.25
Ladies' Leather Hand Bags. .. .$1.25 and up.

WHAT ABOUT THAT COAT SUIT?
Our Line of CO AT SUITS embraces all the Prevailing Styles and Fabrics
At Greatly Reduced Prices

TO OUR OUT OF TOWN CUSTOMERS
Give Us an Idea of Your Wants and We Shall Fill Them
Promptly and Satisfactorily

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PAGE SIX
OCA LA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1916

FilOSr THAT IIAVCrGCT

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REASON FOR MR. GUNNEY'S VISIT
TO OLD FRIEND,

Horrible Threat as Culmination cf
Real Tale of Woe Caused Him
to Make Himself Scarce
"for a Spell."

Caleb Peaslee was sprouting seed po potatoes
tatoes potatoes when Obed Gunney, his usually
placid face wearing a hunted look,
sank upon the bench beside him and
began sprouting mechanically without
a word. After a moment Caleb spoke.
"Wal," he observed, "out with it!
What's pesterin you now?"
Mr. Gunney spent some time in pro profound
found profound thought before he replied.
1 d'know," he said at length, "which
could be reckoned the most whiffle whiffle-mlnded
mlnded whiffle-mlnded a hen or a duck or women womenfolks.
folks. womenfolks. ProbTbly there ain't any gre't
dlflTrence.
Mr. Peaslee grinned and Obed took
a little heart
"F'r three weeks, he went on, "my
wife's been tryin to break a hen and
a duck fr'm settin. She wore her pa patience
tience patience bout out, and she wore the hen
and the duck down so they didn't enjoy
11 Tin. She hung 'em up by the lalg
and left 'em squallln', so I was worried
that the Cruel Society Animals would
get after her, and she put thistles in
their nests,, and thro wed water on
'em she tried bout every w4y she
ever heard o and never budged either
one of 'em.
"Now, my wife js what I might call
notional that is," he went on hastily,
"I might call her so to you, but I
wouldn't want it to get to her ears.
You won't let on that I said that will
you, Kellup?
"Wal, when she didn't want them
fowls to set, she didn't want 'em to,
and there wa'n't any whoa to her. But
after she'd gin about three weeks to
the Job, without any success whatever,
she flopped over and made up her.mind
she'd set 'em.
"She didn't have any duck's eggs
that she wanted to set, so she decided
to drive over to Dedham Mills and get
some from a woman she knew over
there, and while she was gone she
wanted me to mend up the coops where
the hen and the duck was settin'. v
"I took the hen fust, and so's she
couldn't get out while I was workln on
the coop, I slid the door shut before
I started in to -hammer. Then I fitted
on a strip of board over a crack and
nailed It on. and the fust lick I fetched

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We'invite your account, large or small, and if you need to borrow money
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at a nail, the hen sot up a cacKftnr mat
you -could hear all over the place. I
jest kep right on hammerin and let
her squall.
"She was still carryln on at the top
of her voice when I finished up with
her coop, and she didn't stop, either.
And when I got to work on the duck's
coop she added what she could to the
gen'ral uproar.
"I fin'ly got 'em boarded in tight, but
they kep' up such a racket that I be begun
gun begun to be scared I'd done 'em some in injury
jury injury ; so I kicked open the door of the
hen's coop, and she come through it
like an arrow, with no two feathers
p'intln the same way and her eyes
as big as cranberries, and put off down
to'rds the brook.
"After I'd watched her out of sight
I went over to the duck's coop and
kicked open the door, and; Kellup,
blieve it or not, that duck stood up
on her hind legs and fit me like a man,
and I had to fend her off pretty spry
to keep from gettin' nipped.
"When my wife got home, she start started
ed started to set them eggs she'd been after,
and when she yot. .to ..tjie -coops and

round 'em empty," and wnen she rouna
out how I'd managed to break up them
two fowls from settin', after she'd got
her mind all shifted over to agree
with 'em, she said well," Obed spoke
dejectedly, "on the whole, I guess I
won't go into what she said.
"But when she got to makin
threats," he asserted firmly, "I thought
'twas no more'n good judgment for me
to come over here a spell."
"What did she threaten?" demanded
Mr. Peaslee promptly, and Obed per permitted
mitted permitted himself another feeble grin.
"Only that she'd a good mind to shet
me up in one of them coops and put
both settin's of eggs under me and
make me set on 'em till I hatched 'em
out," he explained sheepishly, "and she
was so mad that I didn't know but
she'd try It Now that I'm here, and
safe, le's you. and me visit a spell and
be comf table." Youth's Companion.
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Trout's Revenge on Bird.
Greed seems to hiv wreaked venge vengeance
ance vengeance on an avaricious kingfisher that
plied theYaquima river near Elk City,
Ore., according to Wilmer Nelson, who
lives on the bank. The boy noticed
the bird dive and bring to the surface
an unusually large trout. Then en ensued
sued ensued a battle royal, the fish trying to
escape and the bird trying to swallow
Its prey. When the kingfisher ap appeared
peared appeared distressed, the boy went out in
a boat, picked up the bird, dead, with
the big trout stuck in Its gullet.
ANSWER THE ALARM

Ocala People Should Not Delay
If your kidneys are inflamed,
Don't stand around and do nothing.
Like a fire it will soon be beyond
control.
You will get the alarm in time
Backache, or dizziness or disorders
of the urine.

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Business System in Paraguay.
An unusual custom prevails in Par Paraguay,
aguay, Paraguay, and It is known as "contra ac accounts."
counts." accounts." The wholesaler sells the
goods he buys from the foreign man manufacturer
ufacturer manufacturer to small dealers through the
Interior of the country, and makes
over the bills against these small deal dealers
ers dealers to the manufacturer from whom
he purchases as collateral security for
his own Indebtedness. The established
length for credits, in this country, Is
k six months. .

WE have taken extra care his season to have evrything in
stock that the sportsman may want. Our stock was also
bought before the extreme high prices began, and we are giving
our customers the benefit of the low prices at which we purchased.

Shot Guns,
Rifles, Pistols,
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Cartridges.

Hunting Coats,

leggings, Etc.

4 We can save you money on your
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"WHY PAY
Ocala

i EAT OY'STlER;

OYSTERS are a most important factor in your food problem
OYSTERS are not, as has been erroneously stated, a luxury,
OYSTERS are, in fact a real daily need.
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They possess the merits of FooU Economy, Food Value, Healthf ui ui-ness
ness ui-ness and a "Peculiar" delicacy that lends itself to the preparation
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':cr PRICES
$1.25 Per Gallon, Single Gallon
$1.15 Per Gallon, in Five Gallon Lots
62.00 Per Barrel!.
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, To serve you as you ought to be servied, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for th-' is the only way we can accomplish
our desire.
Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you will call us up, th'y will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.

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To points south of the Ohio and Potomac Rivers and east of the Mississippi
Tickets sold Dec. 20th to 25th, withfinal limit. Jan. 10th.
For information call on any A. C. L. ticket agent or
! J. G. KIRKLAND,
Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.

Puro
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Chorrera.
Much of the interior of Panama
loses that effect of u tropical jungle
which one associated with the name.
On the south coast especially the scen scenery
ery scenery is in places ruggHl. There are nu numerous
merous numerous rivers from which power can
be obtained, and in fact it has been
determined that from such beautiful
falls as those of Chorrera sufficient
power is available to operate the con contiguous'
tiguous' contiguous' portion of the new system of
interior railways.
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REVERSE INTEREST

MISTER WASHINGTON'S FINANCES
PUZZLE MISTER.JACKSON.
Bank Depositor Not Yet Sure How His
Principal Was Eaten Up, but He
Will Make Trouble When
He Learns Truth.
William Washington at one time
owned a bank. William was fat, self self-important,
important, self-important, and prosperous looking. He
was also very black, and in truth had
not an honest penny to his name. His
bank had gone out of business; failed
is too unkind a word to use in the case
of William Washington. Just now the
depositors were making his life rather
a burden, but over and over again he
assured them that his word was as
good as his bond, and he had a premi premium
um premium on words.
One morning a burly negro, rarry
ing a buggy whip in one hand, opened
the door to the little office William oc occupied
cupied occupied in lieu of his presidential chair
at the bank.
"Mo'nin", mo'nin', Mister Jackson,
said William.
"Mo'nin'," answered the other short
ly. "Whar dat money what I done put
in yo' bank?"
"Yo money did yer give me some
money fo' my bank? I reckon hit still
dar den, Mister Jackson."
"War's dar?"
"In de bank, of co'se. Didn't yer go
ter meetin last night? Dey tell me dat
de preacher raise
"Naw, I ain't been to no meetin', an
I wants ma money. I bet yer done me
dirt wid it."
"Naw suh; I ain't done yer dirt 'tall,
Mister Jackson." Washington spoke
hastily, eying the buggy whip. "How
much money you done put In my
bank?"
"Three hundred and seventy-five dol dollars
lars dollars and seven cents at 4 per cent in in-fres'."
fres'." in-fres'." "An' when you done put it in, Mister
Jackson?" Washington rubbed his
pudgy black hands together in oily
suaveness.
"T'ree years an a half, come next
Chewsday."
"Three hundred an' seventy-five dol dollars
lars dollars an seven cents at 5 per cent
int'res' three years an' a half ago,"
mused Washington. "Why, don' yer
see. Mister Jackson, you ain't got no
money lef; de int'res' done eat dat
up."
"How come dat?" queried Jackson,
anxiously. "How you mean de int'res'
done eat up ma three hundred an'
seventy-five dollars an' seven cents?"
"Yo sho' is thick-headed," answered
Washington. "You done give me three
hundred an' seventy-five dollars an'
seven cents at 5 per cent int'res' three
years an. .a half ago. Ef yo' jes
trouble yo'self ter do a li'l figurin',
yoll see dat by now you ain't got no
money lef 'tall. Good mo'nin', Mister
Jackson," and the artful Washington
turned coolly away, while Jackson,
stunned and puzzled, shambled off to
his buggy.
macmnery onu vncap t-aoor.
In Farm and Fireside we read
that in the Mazatlan district of Mexico
farm labor can be hired for from 15 to
30 cents a day, and the men board
themselves. Two of the large farms
down there, according to United States
Vice Consul A. Gordon Brown, use
American tractors to advantage.
"This seems to show two things:.
First a tractor can be used profitably
even where labor is cheap; and, sec second,
ond, second, it makes the best of inefficient
labor," writes the vice consul. "Put a
tractor in the hands of a languid Mex Mexican,
ican, Mexican, and as leng as he keeps gcing he
will do as much work as the most
ardent advocate of the strenuous life.
Power machinery thus ofTsels the cli climatic
matic climatic lassitude allceting men and ani animals,
mals, animals, and gives opportunity for tillage
nearly twelve mouths in the year."
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 lire 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 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
ot 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 nedicine for breaking up these
attacks and you cannot get him to
take any other."' Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Daytime Sleep.
The woman who can drop asleep
quickly, for a few minutes nap in the
daytime, is really blesst'd. If such a
little siesta that "knits up the raveled
sleeve of care," can be managed its re refreshment
freshment refreshment is wonderful. To darken
the room is the first aid to slumber.
If this is out of the question for any
reason, or if the nap is taken out of
doors, a dark scarf tied lightly over
the eyes has th needed effect.
Cough Medicine for Children
Mrs. Hugh 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 auicker than anything 1
ever used." Obtainable everywhere.

SCEKI OF FAMOUS STOKT

SheH-Torn Longueval Will Be Re
membered by Many Readers for
"L'Abbe Constantin."
From Longueval, at present a shell shell-torn
torn shell-torn battlefield of France, the apex of
the British offensive north of the
Somme, to the much-loved and uni universally
versally universally read novel, "Abbe Constan Constan-tin,"
tin," Constan-tin," of Ludovic Halevy, with its al almost
most almost absolute peace, is a very long
step.
In comparison with the Longueval
of today one thinks of the vicarage
of Longueval of the book, with Its
well-cared-for pear and peach trees,
and the simple churchyard, where Ab Abbe
be Abbe Constantin so tenderly cared for
the graves of his friends.
Untold, hosts of readers of the book
will vainly try to picture the cure,
Jean Iteynaud lieutenant in the Ninth
regiment of artillery, Mme. Susie
Scott, her sister, Miss Bettina Perci Perci-val
val Perci-val and Paul de Lavardens, as part
of the countryside that has been hope hopelessly
lessly hopelessly wrecked by a few weeks of
present-day warfare.
The book is to France a perfect de defense
fense defense against a certain radical school
of writers, Its family life upheld In
Its praise of Jean Reynaud and his
forbears, with "There are families!
like that in France, arid many of them,
more than one, one ventures to say. Our
por country Is In many respects cru cruelly
elly cruelly calumniated by certain novelists,
who draw exaggerated and distorted
pictures of it."
One recalls the story of the sale of
the estate of the Marquis de Longue Longueval,
val, Longueval, the cure, In his simple fear of
heretics, horror-stricken on being told
that the castle and its lands had been
bought at auction by an immensely
wealthy American, Mme. Scott. His
fear grows on being told that 'she had
been a circus rider, and on Paul de Lav Lav-arden's
arden's Lav-arden's telling him that he "admired
her shoulders, those dazzling shoul shoulders,
ders, shoulders, on which undulated a necklace
cf .diamonds as big as the stopper of
a decanter."
Many will remember the vicarage,
where the cure first received the un unconventional
conventional unconventional Americans, and his hap hap-niness
niness hap-niness at being told that they were
to be his parishioners and were not
heretics, the scene of the simple meal
vhere Jean first met Be'ttina and
v. here the cure again heard his beloved
organ played, or the terraces or gar gardens
dens gardens where Jean and Bettina met so
often and where their friendship grew.
And that Ninth regiment of artil artillery
lery artillery One thinks of its departure for
camp and Bettina running out to see
it pass, of being shocked by the pelt pelting
ing pelting rain while standing clothed in a
filmy ball dress, one piece of foot foot-sear
sear foot-sear gone, caught in the mud some
distance back. Also the Church of
Longueval, where Jean and Bettina
were married in spite of his simple ob objections
jections objections because of Bettina's wealth.
At its first appearance, "The Abbe
Constantin" was received gratefully
by the French academy and brought
about the author's election to that
body.
Proposal, of M. Brieux.
Eugene Brieux, distinguished
French academician and noted play playwright,
wright, playwright, author of "Damaged Goods,"
who was in America recently, has a
plan for quickly repopulating France
after the war.' He urges the estab
lishment 'throughout France of offi official
cial official matrimonial bureaus under the di
rection of mayors' of cities, towns and
villages. He says:
"Many young men are willing to
marry moneyless girls, and many
young girls are filling to marry poor
or mutilated men, but the marriages
do not occur because the men and
girls do not meet. Special registers
should be kept at all mayors' offices
where eligible young people can sign
their names and give their age and
profession, so that anyone desiring to
marry can find a life companion with
cut difficulty.
"Since we agree today that the pres preservation
ervation preservation of the race is the greatest
and most sacred duty, it is necessary
to give all help to those Inclined to
build new homes."
Holy Water Instead of Wine.
Before Senora de Riano, wife of the
Spanish ambassador, christened the
first warship ever built in the United
States for the Spanish government and
bestowed the name Isaac Peral on the
submarine, there took place a formal
ro.'igious ceremony, and holy water was
sprinkled on the ship. A prayer was
read as part of this ceremony. Never
before had a warship built at Fore
River ship yard been blessed and
christened in this manner.
No spectator was more interested
than were the members of thecrew of
the Peral, who had arrived several days
before and who were preparing to take
the ship to Spain under its own power.
Several hundred of the yard workmen
also stood near by and cheered as the
submarine slid into the water, amid
the tooting of whistles.
Not a Square Deal.
Miss Mason was explaining to her
Sunday school class the lesson for the
day, the subject being the tares and
the wheat.
"Now, remember, children, the tares
represent the bad people and the wheat
the good ones."
"Why, Miss Mason!" exclaimed a
rosy-cheeked boy, who had been listen listening
ing listening through the lesson with deep inter interest.
est. interest. "Did you say the tares are the
bad folks and the wheat the good
ones?"
"Yes, James," replied the teacher,
pleased at the lad's Interest.
"Well, that's funny, I think!" re remarked
marked remarked the matter-of-fact child. "It's
the wheat that gets thrashed ; the tares
-Inn't."

OLD MAN GIDDLES OBSERVES

Optimism:
of others.
Smiling at the troubles
A man can backslide at twice the
speed he can go ahead.
The Sympathetic Soul always has
a full stock of Polite Lies.
Pessimism: Wondering why others
don't sigh over your troubles.
.My son, remember that the higher
you climb the farther you can fall.
My son, you can waste a lot of
time listening to people tell you how
smart you are.
Girls, before you marry a man to
reform him study his list of Ner
Year's resolutions.
Eli Timmons says he'd rather not
be sympathized with at all than get
so much sympathy he don't de
serve.
, Strict Censorship.
"Your letters are not, very fervent,
dearest,' said Algy,. down for an af
ternoon at the beach. "They contain
very few terms of endearment."
"I can't help it, Algy. I should like
to put In many terms of endearment,
but my letters are censored by moth mother."
er." mother." Gibson's art tally cards, score pads
and novelties, at Gerig's Drug Store.
Genuine BUTTERNUT BREAD
made in Ocala" by' Carter's Bakery,
at 10 cents a loaf. Insist upon hav
ing Carter's. tf
All children's rings at reduced
prices Saturday, Dec. 16th. The sup supply
ply supply is limited. Come early in the day
before they sell out. The Book Shop. It
An elegant lir e of Houbegant and
other popular extracts and toilet wat waters
ers waters put up in attractive Christmas
packages, at the Court Pharmacy, tf
"VT the jeweler has an excellent line
of Cut Glass, especially designed
for Christmas presents. 13-tf
WHAT A PROMINENT MAN
. HAS TO SAY.
Orlando. Fla. "My occupation is that
of painter and all of my trade know what
f-5 a deadly enemy we
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if means of curing me
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amended, too, by the medicine. My
stomach was in such a state that I could
not rest at night, and I had to adopt a
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thing, anything, with comfort. I can also state
that the Discovery was what I needed to
give me tone and vigor, as my impaired
digestion had deprived me of sustenance.
enjoy the best of health now." Mb.
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lando, Orlando, Fla.
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Its incrcdients are made public and
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Write Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel,
Buffalo, N. Y., and receive free confiden confidential
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TYD1N6S&G0L

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NOTICE OP IXTEXTIOX TO
APPLY FOH LETTERS PATENT

Notice Is hereby giVen that on the 6th
day of January, A. D. li17, the under undersigned
signed undersigned will apply to the governor of
the state of l-'lorida, at Tallahassee.
Florida, for letters patent to issue un under
der under the following proposed charter.
GEORGE GILES.
JOSE P. GILES.
F. P. GADSOX.
J AS. A. BL TTERFIELD.
A. ST. GEO. RICHARDSON.
COPY OF PROPOSED CHARTER OP
THE GEORGE GILES COMPANY
"U'e, the undersigned, hereby asso associate
ciate associate ourselves together for the pur purpose
pose purpose of becoming incorporated unaer
the law3 of the state of Florida applic applicable
able applicable to corporations for proat.
ARTICLE L
Name
The name of this corporation shall
be the George Giles Company and its
principal place of business snail be m
the city of Ocala, Marion county. Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, but It may establish offices and
branches In such other place or places places-in
in places-in the state of Florida or outside ot
said state as it shall deem desirable
in the conduct of its business.
ARTICLE II.
Baslneu
The general nature of the business
or businesses to be transacted by this
corporation is:
(a) To own and operate a mill or
cotton factory for the purpose of man manufacturing
ufacturing manufacturing yarns, threads and all kinds
of cotton goods;
(b) To own and operate patents
and processes for the purpose of
bleaching and dyeing all kinds of its
manufactured products;
, (c) To buy, sell and gin cotton and
to deal in cotton seed and manufacture
therefrom products and by-products;
(d) To manufacture and deal in all
kinds of feed products;
(e) To engage in a general mercan mercantile
tile mercantile business;
(f) To buy, lease, own and control
all kinds of real and personal prop property;
erty; property; (g) To borrow and lend money,
giving and receiving therefor such evi evidence
dence evidence of indebtedness or security as
may be required or ceemed necessary;
(h) To do any and all things neces necessary
sary necessary for carrying on the above specified:
purposes. ;
ARTICLE III.
Capital StocK
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall be One Hundred
Thousand (1100.000) Dollars, divided
into four thousand shares of the par
value of Twenty-five (125) Dollars
each, to be paid for In cash or in ser services
vices services or property, at a Just valuation
fixed therefor by the board of direc directors.
tors. directors. ARTICLE IV.
Term
The term for which this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine years.
ARTIVLE V.
Officer
The business of this corporation Is
to be conducted by a president, a vice vice-president,
president, vice-president, a secretary, a treasurer, any
two of which said offices except the of offices
fices offices of president and vice-president
may be held by one and the same stocK stocK-holder,
holder, stocK-holder, which said officers shall De
elected by the board of directors
at the annual meeting of said
board; and by a board of directors con consisting
sisting consisting or not less than three nor more
than nine members to be elected by the
stockholders at their annual meetings.
The following officers are to conduct
the business of this corporation until
those elected at the first annual meet meeting
ing meeting shall toe qualified: President,
George Giles; vice president, Frank P.
Gadson; secretary and treasurer, J". P.
Giles, and H. F. Booth, superintendent;
and George Giles, J. P. Giles, F. P. Gad Gad-son,
son, Gad-son, J. A. Butterfield and A. St. Geo.
Richardson, directors. The annual
meetings of this corporation shall xe
held on the third Tuesday in January,
1917 and annually .thereafter, on the
third Tuesday In January.
ARTICLE VL
Indebtedness
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or iia'Dimy to wnicn wis corporation
can at any time subject itself, is One
Hundred Thousand ($100,000) Dollars.
ARTICLE VIL
Subscriber
The names and residence of the sub subscribers
scribers subscribers are: Number
Name Residence of Shares
George Giles, Ocala, Fla 600
Jose P. Giles, Ocala, Fla; 100
F. P. Gadson,' Ocala, Fla 100
Jas. A. Butterfield,
St. Georges, Bermuda 20
A. St. Geo. Richardson
Ocala, Fla. 20
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OF MARION.
On this day personally came before
me George Giles. J. P. Giles, F. P. Gad Gadson
son Gadson J. A. Butterfield and A. St. Geo.
Richardson, each to me well known,
and each acknowledged to me that he
subscribed the foregoing proposed
charter of The George Giles Company
and for the number of shares set op opposite
posite opposite his respective name, and that he
signed the same for the uses and pur purposes
poses purposes therein pet forth and expressed.
IN WITNESS WHEREOF. I have
hereunto set my hand and official seal
on this the 29th day of November, A.
D. 1916.
(Seal) PEARL E. ANDERSON.
Notary Public.
My commission expires February 24,
1920. 12t2Sat
NOTICE
1916 state and county taxes are
now due and payable.
2 off for November receipts.
1 off for December reecipts.
Be sure and bring a correct de description
scription description of your land when making
inquiry about or paying your taxes.
Yours very truly,
W. L. Colbert,
11-4-sat Tax Collector.
CITY OFFICIALS
Mayor J. D. RobertFf n.
City Clerk and Assessor H. C.
Sistrunk.
Tax Collector and Treasurer W.
W. Clyatt,
City Attorney F. R. Hocker.
City Physician Dr. II. F. Watt.
City Marshal R. L, Carter.
Chief Fire Department H. S.
Chambers.
Superintendent Street Depart Departments
ments Departments Robert Marsh.
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Superintendent Light and Water
Department J. C. Caldwell.
The Book Shop has a new line of
fern dishes, wall vases, jardinieres,
fower blocks and hanging baskets
that make most suitable Christmas
presents for mother and sister. 3t
Rheumatism
,s completely washed out of the system by
the celebrated Shivar Mineral Water. Po Po-it'vely
it'vely Po-it'vely guaranteed by money-back offer.
Tastes fine; costs a trifle. Delivered any anywhere
where anywhere by our Ocala Distributors, Court
Pharmacy. Phone them.



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OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 16, 1916

OCCURRENCES

Mr. R. L. Holly of Jacksonville i3
visiting his parents at Connor for the
holidays.
We carry a full line of kodaks and
Brownie cameras for Christmas gifts
Gerig's Drug Store. tf
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Haviland, Mrs.
L. L. Hopkins and two children of
Belleview were visitors today.
For sewerage connections, plumb
ing, tin work and repairing, see P. A.
Durand, phone 494. 6-tr
Mrs. William Graham Holly of At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, Ga., is the guest of her mother-in-law,
Mrs. Robert Holly at Connor,
and will remain during the holidays.
Prescriptions left here are COR CORRECTLY
RECTLY CORRECTLY FILLED and promptly de delivered.
livered. delivered. The Court Pharmacy. 22-tf
If you stand on the Court Pharmacy
corner all day, you stand a pretty
good chance of seeing everybody in
town.
We have an attractive line of Gib Gibson
son Gibson art X-mas cards. Gerig's Drug
Store. 7-tf
Mail or express your package to
your soldier boy or friend at Laredo
Monday if possible and Tuesday any anyhow.
how. anyhow.
13 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
We thought we Had a joke on one
of our citizens, who didn't know the
street number of his own5 house. But
when asked the number of the Star
office, we couldn't produce.
Moving Picture Playing Cards.
Something entirely NEW. The Book
Shop. 3t
County Judge-elect E. C. May and
Mr. J. H. Hanberry of Inverness, Cit Citrus
rus Citrus county, were in the city yesterday,
risiting Dr. McClane.
Nothing nicer for a Christmas gift
than a Diamond Brooch. "VT the jew jeweler
eler jeweler ha3 an excellent line.l3-tf
VT the jeweler, has a choice line
of stationery. Other X-mas goods
arriving daily. 13-tf
Professor Robert Connor, who is
working energetically in the Star's
contest, says all the money he makes
is going to promote atheletics at the
high school. Robert believes im improving
proving improving the body is one of the best
ways to cultivate the mind.
A gold hat pin or a set of gold lin lingerie
gerie lingerie clasps solve the gift problem for
the young lady, sister or mother,
Select yours at The Book Shop.l5-3t
Colder weather is predicted for to tonight,
night, tonight, with a rising temperature Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. Friday night the official ther-
mometer;- observed by Mr. F. G. B.
Weihe, registered 30 degrees, which
is the lowest temperature for the win winter
ter winter to date. There was little or no
frost in Ocala, owing to the cloudy
conditions of the day and evening.
Mr. and Mrs. Dustin arrived at
Belleview yesterday from York Beach,
Me., where Mr. Dustin manages a big
summer hotel.
Ed Carmichael says the outlook for
the tourist season is most auspicious.
His two fine yachts, the Silver Springs
and City of Ocala, will soon be fur furrowing
rowing furrowing the placid, waters of the Okla Okla-waha,
waha, Okla-waha, and it is to be hoped 'they will
be well laden with delighted sight
seers.
The best extracts and toilet waters
to be had may be found now at the
Court Pharmacy. They are attrac attractively
tively attractively packed especially for Christmas
gifts. Be sure to see them. tf
Speaking of the swimming contests
at. the armory in Jacksonville last
night, the Times-Union says: A feat feature
ure feature of the evening was a race of forty
yards against time by Miss Bertha
Smith, who made the distance in 46.2
seconds. Miss Smith is a veritable
mermaid in the water and has a num number
ber number of local records to her credit.
Chiropractic (nature's method) lo locates
cates locates and removed the cause of hu human
man human ailments. Consultation and spinal
nnnlfrsia froo Will .oil sf 4-Vi
dence and give you the adjustments.-
Call 45 (one ring) Colonial Hotel. W.
Jenson, D. C. 16-2t
Give him a shaving mirror for a
Christmas present. We have them
silver plated, adjustable, and with
magnifying glass. Be sure to look
'thein over. The Court Pharmacy, tf

RINGING WORDS

FROM ROOSEVELT
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terests sink into absolute insignifi insignificance.
cance. insignificance. "As long as neutrals keep silent, or ;
speak apologetically, or take refuge
in the futilities of the professional
pacifists, there will be no cessation in
these brutalities. But surely this last
and crowning brutality,1 which
amounts to the imposition of a cruel
form of state-slavery on a helpless
and unoffending conquered nation,
must make our people realize that
they peril their own souls, that they
degrade their own manhood, if they
do not bear emphatic testimony
against the perpetration of such in iniquity.
iquity. iniquity.
"I am glad to be one among the
Americans who thus bear testimony."
HUGO MUNSTERBERG
Famous Professor at Harvard Drop Dropped
ped Dropped Dead at His Work
(Associated Press)
Cambridge, Mass., Dec. 16. Hugo
Munsterberg, professor of psychology
at Harvard, died suddenly while lec lecturing
turing lecturing to a class at Radcliffe Cpllege,
today.
Munsterberg was born in Danzig,
Germany in 1963, and became a dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished educator in his native
country. He came to Harvard in
1982. He wrote extensively on phil philosophy,
osophy, philosophy, psychology and scientific sub subjects.
jects. subjects. RUSSIA'S REFUSAL STIFFENED
THE WHEAT MARKET
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 16. Wheat gained
from four and tnree quarters to nine
cents on the Russian duma's refusal
to accept the peace proposals of Ger Germany
many Germany and other peace reports.
ACCEPTED UNRESERVEDLY
(Associated Press)
Paris, Dec. 16. The French foreign
office has received an official telegram
announcing that Greece has accepted
the Entente Allies' ultimatum unre unreservedly,
servedly, unreservedly, said Petit Journal. v
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
COMMERCIAL CLUB
The members of the Commercial
Club will please remember that the
meeting of the club for the annual
election will be held at 8 p. m., Thurs
day, Jan. 4.
He is in,
And surcto win.
Beys and friends,
He's going to win.
Hit them on the back
And get the votes for old M,c.
So subscribe for the Star,
And let's get the car,
And we'll have lots of fun.
We're on the right track, r
So let s not turn back.
We will have both the Ocala Star
And "THAT" new Maxwell car.
14-3t J. D. McCaskill.
Every little girl delights in a ring.
A splendid chance to secure your
girl's ring at reduced prices will be
given by The Book Shop on Saturday,
Dec. 16th. It
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye. Ear. Nose and
riiroat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
. Our Christmas packages of the fa famous
mous famous NORRJS candles cannot be sur surpassed.
passed. surpassed. Place your orders early. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
A complete shaving outfit in ivory
would be appreciated by big brother
cr father. See our line. The Court
Pharmacy:P? pO- tf
Engraved insertion 'cards for hand handmade
made handmade Christmas gifts at The Book
Shop. v; i5-3t
Large line of Sterlings Silver and
Solid Gold Thimbles at The Book
Shop. : --. i ... 15-3t
The Evening star may nlways be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.
Crane's and other high class writ writing
ing writing paper in boxes or by the pound
with envelopes to match. A gift that
will be appreciated by everyone. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
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L C. JORDAN & CO.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala. Fla 1

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Christmas Sale
The ladies of the Methodist church
hld their annual Christmas sale
of fancy articles, cakes and candy
frm the Ocala House porch Tuesday,
December 19th.
j
! Don't forget the Christmas sale of
fancy goods by the ladies of the
Methodist church from the Ocala
. nouse porch, Tuesday, the 19th
m m
Mr. Bob jGray is expected from
j Gainesville tomorrow to spend the
day.'
The Woman's Missionary Society
of the Methodist church meets Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock. The an
nual election of officers will take place
at this meeting and a full attendance
is requested.
Mr. and Mrs. O. M. Tucker and
daughter, Elizabeth, Mrs. R. O. Hunts
man and Messrs. Judge Carpenter and
Porter Huntsman are in Nashville to
day. Scottsville (Ky.) Tribune.
"Children in the House" will be seen
at the Temple today with popular
Norma Talmadge as the star.
The Temple Monday night will have
something unusually fine when Marie
Doro will appear as "Nancy" in a pic picture
ture picture story of Dickens' "Oliver Twist."
It is a Lasky production and prom
ises to be one of the best.
PAGEANT-OF LIGHT
A special feature of the "White
Christmas" exercises at the Baptist
church Sunday night at 6:30 will be
an attractive "Pageant of Light,"
rendered by the Fidelis, Jubilate and
Philathea classes. There will be
about sixty women in this pageant.
W. C. T.'U. MEETING
A business meeting of the Woman's
Christian Temperance Union will be
held Tuesday afternoon at 3 o'clock at
the Presbyterian church. Matters of
importance are to come before this
meeting and all members are urged
to be present.
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to thank our many friends
for their sympathy and kindiness in
this our sad bereavement, and also
for their beautiful floral offerings.
- L. E. Lang, Mother,
Sisters and Brothers.
F. U. OF A. ELECTED OFFICERS
At a well attended meeting of Con Concordia
cordia Concordia Lodge No. 181, Fraternal Aid
Union, last night, the following offi officers
cers officers were elected to serve for the en ensuing
suing ensuing term:
G. A. Nash, president; P. W. White Whiteside,
side, Whiteside, vice president; G. L. Taylor,
past president; C. K. Sage, secretary;
F. E. Weihe, treasurer; Jake Brown,
chaplain; C. B. Rawls, guide; W. W.
Vaughn, inner guard; E. H. Blakeley,
outer guard; Jake Brown and P. W.
Whiteside, trustees.
Regular meetings will be "held the
third Friday of each month in the K.
of P. hall.
LIKES BROTHER LEY
The Reporter-Star extends its hear heartiest
tiest heartiest welcome to Rev. J. B. Ley, who
has been assigned to the Orlando
Methodist church for another year,
and to Rev. Smith Hardin, who again
will be the presiding elder of this d'.s d'.s-trict,
trict, d'.s-trict, with headquarters at Orlando.
Both ministers are deservedly popu popular;
lar; popular; they have done good work, and
when the time arrives for them to go
elsewhere,' as is the established rule
of their church, muchregret will bt
felt in Orlando.
COUNTY OFFICIALS
Circuit Judge W. S. Bullock,
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 H-Brinson.
Brinson. H-Brinson. Surveyor Alex. Moorehead, Ocala.
Commissioners W. D. Cam, Wal
ter H. Luffman, N. A. Fort, S. R.
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 C3mp.
T.-.E. Chace, W. T. Gary.
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Obtainable everywhere.

BROADCAST MESSAGE
FOR ALL LIVE WIRES

(Continued from First Page)
If you want to get in on the ground
flcor and get a lot of votes for your
subscriptions, now is the time to send
in your nomination. Tear it out to today
day today and mail it without fail as every
day lost under the triple vote offer is
precious time and you will never get
anything as big to work for during
the life of the campaign.
Think what this means, 30,000 votes
with. one year's subscription to the
Evening Star. Sit down and think of
the number of friends you would be
able to see and then figure up the
number of votes you would have have-Think
Think have-Think again of the Maxwell touring
car and the pleasure you could have
in owning it.
Is it not worth a special effort on
your part? Perhaps you do not care
for the Maxwell. If this is the case,
you can easily dispose of it at prac practically
tically practically full value and have a nice lit little
tle little bank account at your disposal.
Remember that there is a long list of
other prizes to be awarded on Jan.' 20.
Are you going to come in for your
share?
Partial List' of Club Members
Miss Chivalette Smith, Ocala. 59,490
Bernard Blair, Ocala 23,200
J. H. Brinson, Ocala. ........ 17,210
Miss Ellen Stripling, Ocala.. 5,520
F. B. Beckham, Ocala 5,200
L. J. Long, Ocala 5,000
Mrs. Lester Lucas, Ocala 5,000
C. G. Hamilton, Mcintosh.... 5,000
J. Duncan Elliott, Ocala 5,000
J. F. Martin, Ocala.. 5,000
S. J. McCully, Berlin ......... 5,000
Miss Athelia Cassels, Bay "Lake 5,000
J. D. McCaskill, Ocala ... 5,000
T. J. Killebrew, Ocala....... 5.000
S. H. Spearing, Ocala 5,000
Mrs. Blanche Hall Thompson, i
-Candler . .
Lee Dean, Dunnellon
Ernest Batton, Ocala ........
5,000
5,000
5,000
Wm. Littledale (Candy Kid)
Ocala . .. 5,000
R. F. Connor, Ocala 5,000
Lee Dean, Dunnellon 5,000
KNIGHTS TEMPLAR
ANNUAL ELECTION
Ocala Commandery of Knights
Templar No. 19, met Friday evening
and re-elected the following officers:
Chas. E. Simmons, eminent com
mander, y
B. C. Webb generalissimo.
A. E. Burnett, captain general.
H. A. Wesson, senior warden.
W. V. Wheeler, junior warden.
W. C. Stiles, Jr., treasurer.
B. L. Adams, recorder.
BAY LAKE
Bay Lake, Dec. 15. Messrs. D. M.
Waldron, I.B. Waldron and W. H.
Cassels motored to Palatka Monday.
Mrs. E. Hinson and Miss Othella
Cassels called on friends in Eureka
Sunday.
Messrs. George Peck and D. M.
Waldron were business callers in Ft.
McCoy Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. D. M. Waldron were
guests of Mr. R. Shortridge of Citra
Wednesday.
Messrs. I. B. Waldron and M. G.
Albritton left Sunday for M'ami,
making the trip in Mr. Albritton's
car.
Mr.1 J. A. Wagnon of Palatka was
here on business two days this week.
s Mr. W. H. Cassels, Mrs. G. W,
Kingsley and Miss Othella Cassels
attended church at Fort McCoy Sun
day evening.
Those who attended church at
Turner Farm Sunday night from here
were Messrs. E. F. Wilson, G. W.
Kingsley, D. R. Waldron, B. M. Wal
dron, A. Petrie and Miss Mattie Wal
dron.
Mr. Allen Petrie was a business
caller in Fort McCoy Wednesday.
T5UY YOUR CHRISTMAS CAKES
AT CARTER'S BAKERY
You can save money by buying your
Christmas cakes at Carter's.
Fruit Cakes, all sizes, per lb 35c
Pound Cakes, per lb 35c
Raisin Cake, per lb 35c
Marble Cake. ter lb 35c
Citron Cake, per Ib.f. 35c
Nut Cake, per lb 40c
Cherry White Cake, per lb 40c
Chocolate Layer Cake, each 50c
Angel Food Cake, each 50c
Caramel Layer Cake, each 50c
Cocoanut Layer Cake, each 50c
Orders takeji for any kind of spe special
cial special cakes. The material used in
these cakes is the best money can buy.
Come in and let us show you.
4 CARTER'S BAKERY,
Phone 360. "Home of Good Bread."
WHAT IS CHIROPRACTIC?
The newest and greatest drugless
system for removing the cause of dis-
ease.
16-2t
AW kinds of seed for fall garden
now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.

WHITE CHRISTMAS
At The
BAPTIST CHURCH

Sunday Night 6:30 O'clock I
"THE PAGEANT OF LIGHT"
Rendered by the Fidelis, Jubilate and Philathea t
Classes
WELCOME TO EVERYONE I

I

Wish to Extend to You Their
Christmas Greetings

And invite you to call at
their barns on West Broad Broadway
way Broadway to inspect their large
stock of
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AND
HORSES

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especially selected for the Holiday trade.

i M(EHnoIIais. CMb I

OCALA,
CITRA
Citra.fDec. 15. Dr. and Mrs. W; J.
Carpenter, of West Palm Beach, spent
several days with Mr. and Mrs. Driv Driver
er Driver last week.
Among those from Citra who at at-tendefcL
tendefcL at-tendefcL the Methodist conference -. in
Ocaja were Mr. and Mrs. A. C. White,
Mrs". J. B. Borland, Miss Ethel Bor Borland
land Borland and Mrs. Driver.
Mr. and Mrs. Foxworthy, of Ft.
Myers, were guests of Mrs. Borland
last week.
Rev. E. H. York was a visitor here
last Tuesday
Rev. Corr, of Dade City, filled his
regular appointment at "the Baptist
church Sunday.
Mr. Borland, of Pittsburg, Pa., is
spending a while with his brother,
Mr. Harry Borland.
Mrs. Allison Wartmann and little
daughter arrived home Saturday from
Fordyce, Ark.
WENT TO WIN
The boys and girls of the Ocala
h"'gh school basketball teams went to
Williston this forenoon to play against
the teams at that place. They looked
bright and smart enough to beat any anything.
thing. anything. We had hoped for a report of
the game, but up to press time had
received no message.
The body of J. B. Mozingo, the un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate man who dropped dead at
his home in the norhtern part of the
c'ty Thursday morning, was shipped
to Selma, N. C, today for interment.
Mr. Mozingo's father came to Ocala,
and together with other relatives ac accompanied
companied accompanied the remains to North Car Carolina.
olina. Carolina. Messrs. E. C. Jordan & Co.
were the undertakers in charge.
Come in and see our line of holiday
goods before purchasing your Christ Christmas
mas Christmas presents. Gerig's, Ocala's best
drug store. tf
Daily Thought.
It is a sign of a great mind to de despise
spise despise greatness, and to prefer things In
measure to things in excess. Seneca.
Nervous Women
JStZSO: nfTi
will get quick relief by taking Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets. These tablets also
improve the digestion,
everywhere.
Obtainable
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful stimates mie on all Con
tract work. Gives Mure and Better
Work for the Money than Any Oth"'
Contractor in tbr dry.

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FLORIDA
UNCLASSIFIED ADS.
WANTED. LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RKT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED Salesladies. Apply at Mc Mc-Crory's
Crory's Mc-Crory's Five and Ten Cent Store. 13tf
WANTED Woman (white or color colored)
ed) colored) to do general housework several
miles in the country. Apply at Car Carter's
ter's Carter's Bakery, Ocala, Fla. 16-tf
WANTED-A well drilling machine
and tolls cheap for cash. Write me
what you have and price. Alfred
Ayer, Ocala, Fla. 12-16-tf
LOST Between my house and wood wood-yard,
yard, wood-yard, or while unloading a chopping
block at yard across street forCos forCos-tello's
tello's forCos-tello's store on Broadway, No. 16 size
open face, gold filled watch; "T. W. L
C." monogram on -dial; Marion Coun County
ty County Fair fob. Suitable reward will be
paid for its return. G. W. Griffin,
care Costell's store. 14-3t
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 One thousand cords of 4 4-fcot
fcot 4-fcot pine wood. -Apply to "Electric
Light Department, Ocala, Fla. 6-tf.
WANTED I pay cash iui all kinds
of ,stcond 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 RENT Two furnished' bed bedrooms.
rooms. bedrooms. Apply at residence 230 East
Broadway, or to J. H. Pegram, Ocala
Iron -Works. 12-1 1-6 1
FOR SALE Model C-36 Buick road roadster
ster roadster in perfect order; or will consideV
exchange for Ford touring car. See
L..A. Gable, Ocala, Fla. 12-6t
WANTED An experienced chauffeur
at once. Apply to No. 230 Franklin
street, east. 5-tf
MONEY TO LEND-U you want
some, call and see me. Will lend in
sums from $300 to $5,000 on first
mortgage on improved city property
i Laurie T. Izlar, Ocala. 27-tf
FOR SALE Three chair barber shop
outfit. Enquire at Harrington Hall
Barbershop, Ocala, Fla. 11-1 4-lm
WANTED Experienced salesman, to
work in ladies and gents' furnishing
store. Address- Box 182, Ocala, or
call at the Star office. 7-tf



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