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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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LOCAL NEWS
TO
PRESS. TIME"
ASSOCIATED
PRESS
' SERVICE
Cloudy tonight and Friday north
portion. Probably rain except fair
Friday northwest portion. Fair south
portion tonight and Friday. Colder to tonight
night tonight in northwest portion and in the
north portion Friday.
OOALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, DECEMBER, 28 1916
VOL. 22 NO. 303

DAIIEiG AT IE
ILLS OF ORAILA

Rumania, Her Army Routed and
Richest Territory Occupied, is
Well Nigh Ruined

BULLETS POURED
ACROSS BORDER

Many Shots Fired by Kentucky
Guardsmen this Morning
Into Mexico

(Assocoiate Press)
Berlin, Dec-28. Braila, the impor important
tant important Rumanian oil and grain depot, is
being bombarded by the Teutons from
across'the Danube, according to a
semi-official news agency.
MANY PRISONERS TAKEN
t The Teutons have completed the

defeat of the Russian forces near
Rimnik-Sarat in Rumania, the war of office
fice office announces. Russian counter at attacks
tacks attacks were defeated and the Russians
ejected from their new positions with
heavy losses.
The Teutons took more than three
thousand prisoners yesterday, bring bringing
ing bringing the total of Russians captured In
engagements near Rimnik-Sarat to
10,220, said the statement.
ALLIES LOST EIGHT AIRPLANES
The Entente Allies lost eight air

planes on the western front yesterday,
said the war office.
, ALLIED AVIATORS ACTIVE
Paris, Dec. 28. British airplanes
yesterday bombarded the Dillingen
blast furnaces, said the' war office.
French airplanes and dirigibles bom bombarded
barded bombarded factories, and railroad stations
of several towns behind the German
i lines. 9

"(Associated Press)
El Paso, Dec. 28. Several hundred
shots were fired across the boundary
into Mexico this morning by Ken Kentucky
tucky Kentucky guardsmen. Officers declared
the fusillade was in reply to shots
from the Mexican side. There are no
known casualties.

UYE

1

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Sailors on Missing Steamer Maryland
May Have Been Rescued by
a Passing Ship

(Associated Press)

Nantucket. Dec. 18. The steam

ship Maryland is regarded as prob probably
ably probably lost. The coast guard cutters
Acushnet and Gresham have aban

doned the search begun after the
Maryland's calls were received Christ Christmas
mas Christmas night. Hope for the safety of
the thirty odd members of the Mary Maryland's
land's Maryland's crew lay in the possibility that
a passing steamer had rescued them.
BANKS WILL OBSERVE
NEW YEAR'S DAY

UNABLE TO AGREE

Conference Between Railroad Manag Managers
ers Managers and Brotherhood Men Came
to a Sudden Close

GERMANY
VERY

IS

EUR

(Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 28. The confer conference
ence conference of railroad managers and broth brotherhood
erhood brotherhood representatives regarding the
Adamson act broke up suddenly to

day after the managers sought to ap-

Teutons are Willing to Permit
Permit a Strictly Confidential
Exchange of Peace Terms

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 28. Germany is

willing to permit a confidential ex-

ply the recent switchmen's arbitration change cf tentative peace terms if

award to the present controversy.

This, the managers claimed, gave the
men nine hours pay for eight hours

work. The brotherhood men refused

the proposition.

COMMISSION Oil

CHURCH

II

the entente nations refuse to enter a
conference without knowledge of her
terms, it was made known here to today.
day. today. It is intimated that Germany's
position has probably been communi communicated
cated communicated to the president in strictest
confidence. Germany said that gov government
ernment government would expect the United
States to make every effort to bring
about a conference.

Of Northern and Southern Methodists
Now in Session in
Washington

ATTEND THE MEETING

TMJMDDnu

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JOK ESTERS ENTERTAINED
THE PEOPLE OF JACKSON
The Jackson Clarion-Ledger has the

following about the performance of
Coburn's minstrels, who will be at
the Temple tomorrow night:
Coburn's Greater Minstrels enter entertained
tained entertained a good-sized audience at the
Century last night, and judging by
the applause and encores, the show
was greatly enjoyed, many of, the
musicians and actors being compell compelled
ed compelled to respond several times.
All the good singers are introduced
ifi the first part, the. second part be being
ing being an olio of many vaudeville acts,
and some of them, very good.
The first act represents a scene in

TtrncL India, at the palace of the

rajah, the scenery being very fine

Tha minstrels represent members of

the Millionaire Hunting Club of Am

erica, giving their songs and acts in

the presence of the rajah and his
queen, Lester Lucas, with his fine

hnsso voice, doincr the Dart of the

rajah, the interlocutor. The other
singers are Frank Melville, Harry
Ford, Earl Rowland, Charles Cam Cameron,
eron, Cameron, Charles Vermont, Tom Post,
Ed Clifford and Charlie Gano.
Charlie Gano is the real life of the
show. He is not so long on singing,
but he is a fine talker and a superb
actor, reminding one somewhat of the
late George Wilson, in manner and

dress a comedian of the upper class

. and one that always makes a laugh.

whether talking or acting. His trick
mule act was a genuine laugh-pro

ducer.

The contortionist, Harry Toledo,

was good in his part!, which was to

bend and double himself up into all

sorts of shapes, impersonating the
Marvebua Mcphisto. The jokes were

good, clean and new.

The three musical Cates on Saxa-

phones, clarinets, cornets and other
instruments, appealed especially to

those of refined musical taste, being

unexcelled.
The singing of "Mississippi," by
the musical quartette, led by Ed Clif Clifford,
ford, Clifford, ths song adopted by the Fed Federation
eration Federation of Woman's Clubs at Green Greenwood,
wood, Greenwood, proved a pleasing event of the
long program.
In Charlie Gano's preparedness
skit, Charlie was the largest part, in
which all the company were introduc introduced,
ed, introduced, the grand finale being very pleas

ing. The song, "When I Get Back to
the United States," by Ed Clifford and
full chorus, closed the entertainment.

Monday, January 1st, 1917 (New
Year's Day) being a legal holiday in

the state of Florida, the undersigned
banks of this city will be closed, for

busines son that day.

The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chambliss Na Na-'
' Na-' tional Bank."

(Associated Press)
Baltimore, Dec. 28. The joint com commission
mission commission on, the unification of the

Methodist Episcopal and Southern i

Methodist churches convened here to today.
day. today. It is understood that the south-

It

Will be Held at the Courthouse
and will be for the Benefit
of All

Editor Star: Some ten days ago

Messrs. Phillips and Linderbeck, of-

ern branch has practically decided on ficerg of fte Seaboard railroad re

a plan lor presentation to quested me as president of the Board

DOGS MAY HAVE
HAD THEIR DAY

ANTHONY

Mr. James Connell, aged 84 years,
a. citizen of-this place for 35 years
passed away last Friday morning af after
ter after a short illness. His children,
Robert and Melvin, from Arcadia, and

Mrs. James Swain and Mrs. George

Kelney, were all present at his bed

side when the end came. Mr. Connell

was a quiet and much respected citi

zen. His remains were laid to rest in
the Anthony cemetery by the side of
his wife who had preceded him several
years before to the great beyond.
Rev. Coleman, from Ocala, assisted,

Rev. Plummer in conducting the fun funeral
eral funeral service.

Christmas is over. Marty chairs are

left vacant since last Christmas and

another New Year 1917 is dawning

upon us. I wonder how many of us
feel we have done the best we could

in 1916. Have we been uplifting-our

bpIvps and those around us? Let us

look into our own lives and see if we
can improve on the past and build up

a character which we shall not be
ashamed of. Some, I suppose, have
already realized what the wages of
sin are. Sometimes the pay for sin
is expensive, but it is sure to come,

k-y of Trade to call as mass meeting: of

the business men of Ocala to meet at
i the courthouse on Friday evening, the

29th inst., at which time and place the

above named eentlemen will ascertain

Likely that Death of Useless British from the citizens of Qcala whether

vaiiiuca TTi .vvv- or nQj. tney aesire tne rauroaas to
Cost of Living arrange tourist passenger tickets
London. Dec. 17, (Correspondence ith permits to stop off at Ocala for

of the Associated Press). Thousands three or four days either going to or

of dogs are helping to keep up the coming from South Florida tourist
high cost of eating in this country by towns. This will not be a Board of
figuratively snatching from the Trade mdeting as quite a number of
mouths of humans, pound steaks, mut- our hotel men and business men do
ton chops and other expensive things. not belong to the Board of Trade, but
This was brought out in parliament to be a meeting of men who will be
the other day when it became known most benefited by the tourist who
that steps were being taken to reduce stop over in Ocala. The meeting ; is
the 2,000,000 dogs that inhabit the hereby called at 6:45 o'clock Friday

REPLY RECEIVED

Text of German Official Note Similar
to the Unofficial Statement
Received Tuesday

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 28. The official
text of the German reply to President
Wilson's notes has been received. As
far as is known it was not accom accompanied
panied accompanied by any other communication.
It is said to be substantially the same
as the unofficial text received Tues Tuesday.
day. Tuesday. SAME REPLY TO SWISS
Berlin, Dec. 28. The German reply
to the Swiss note, which was handed
t the Swiss minister today, is sim similar
ilar similar to the reply to the American note.
The phraseology of the official text
varies slightly from the unofficial
note but the meaning is the same.

Of

REGARDED

AS A POLITE
FUSAL

RE-

( Associated Press)
Washington, D. C, Dec. 28. Presi

dent Wilson, who is sixty years old

today, received many congratulatory
messages.

Paris, Dec. 28. The morning pap papers
ers papers unanimously pronounced the Ger German
man German answer to President Wilson's
note a polite refusal to comply with
his suggestions.
HOLLANDHAS HOPES
The Hague, Dec. 28. A flood of
telegrams wishing him success in
what they regard as efforts to estab establish
lish establish peace are being sent President
Wilson by Dutch organizations. The
newspapers, except the Telegraf,
which favors war to the finish, re regard
gard regard the situation hopefully.

SOAP FACTORY

WILL SOON START

COUNTY OFFICIALS

Circuit Judge W. S. Bullock,

Ocala.

. State Attorney Geo. W. Scofield,

Inverness.
Clerk Circuit Court P. II. Nugent,
Ocala.

SheriffJohn P. Galloway, Ocala.

Tax Assesor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,

Ocala.

County Judge W. E. Smith, Ocala,
Superintendent of Schools J. H-

Brinson.

Surveyor Alex. Moorehead, Ocala

Commissioners W. D. Carn, Wal

for II. Luffman. N. A. Fort, S. R,

Pyle3 and J. T. Hutchins.

Members School Board G. S. Scott
Coal a B. R. Blitch. Blitchton: J. S

Grantham, Fort McCoy.

Sub-S.ool Trustees Jack Camp

J. E. Chace, W. T. Gary.

for we reap a3 we sow.
Mr. W. Meadows came very near

losing a fine horse Monday night and!
had it not been for the skillful aid
of a veterinary from Ocala the animal
would certainly have died.' 0
DeWit Griffin 'and wife, of Tampa,
were visiting his parents this week,
also Mr. Hense and family from Mc

intosh spent the holidays here.

There will be preaching at the

Methodist church on the fifth Sunday,
which is next Sabbath, also at night.

Everyone is invited.

Charlie Howell motored over Christ

mas morning from Lowell to take a

party over to eat turkey dinner and
everv other good imaginable and also

to see his new baby girl, which makes

our girls and no boys. As he was

going back by the way of Ben Rafy-

all tbmnrht it no more tnan

ri?ht to take Ben a Christmas pres

ent. so all the surplus cats that could

be caught were put in, a sack and

carried over., The car was stopped

in front of the house and Ben was
called ouV When the present was
delivered Ben's face was as read as

a peeled beet and he refused to ac

cent it when he found they had two

good eyes and said he didn't like any
but one-eyed catts like the one in

Tallahassee. But, the sack was emp

tied regardless of his protests one-

eyed or two-eyed and the car drove

on leaving Ben scaring cats.

Whiskey advertisements continue to

flood the town." The streets and side

walks, are well littered with paper

fmm Jacksonville and Tampa. It

doesn't look as if paper was higher

A good many of the circulars have

been returned through the mail hav

ing been refused by those to whom

they were addressed.

British Isles. The result was a pro protest
test protest from alarmed dog-lovers and a
chorus of approval by dog-haters.
Newspapers have been flooded with
letters from both camps.

The suggestion of the government

to raise the dog tax from $1.50 to $5
is one of the proposed steps to "re "reduce
duce "reduce the dogs." But it is pointed out
that the breeder and well-to-do owner
will not be deterred by an increased
tax. v In favor of the dogs, it is de declared,
clared, declared, that dogs were never more
useful than today. The head of a
London dog home says he gets more
requests for dogs than in peace time
so many women are nervous now
that their husbands are in the army
and they buy dogs to guard their

homes. He says that to forbid dog dog-keeping
keeping dog-keeping as a form of wasteful extrav

agance would cost more in human
happiness than it would save in hu human
man human food.
What really makes patriotic people
boil with rage is to see fashionably
dressed women with anywhere from
two to a half a dozen pampered pets.

These are the dogs accused of eating

the pound steaks.

"The really best dogs, like 'all the

best people'," says the Daily Mail,

eat simple food. A good house dog

a well-ordered household may be

kept in perfect health at an infinites

imal cost. It is the utterly useless

evening, 29th of December. Come if
you are interested.
Respectfully, R. F. Rogers,
President Board of Trade.

Seats for the performance of Co Coburn's
burn's Coburn's minstrels at the Temple are
being sold rapidly, and it is evident
that that always popular aggregation
will play tomorrow night to a full
house. The fact that Mr. -Lester
Lucas, who has made of himself a
general favorite here in the last two
years, is with the company, would
draw many, and Cobe and his bunch
are among the most skilled of fun fun-makers
makers fun-makers anyhow. ;
MAXWELL AT A BARGAIN
I have a 1916 Maxwell car with ev every
ery every equipment, in first class condition.
Time on part payment if desired. R.
R. Carroll. 12-27-6t

In the Star's 3000 Club, Which

It Will Pay Many to Join

in

r sxt Saturday night, Dec, 30, at nine

dog with no merit but pedigree and o'clock.

nn nart in life but to be pampered Have you tnougn 01 tne imnK uu

Odd Fellows meet Tuesday evening

There are three more days of the
booster week in the Star's 3,000 Club
- nd the members are fully aware that
this is an opportunity that will never
:ome again and are making a special

;ffort to gather in all the votes they
;an before the close of the offer on

that develops fastidious and extrav

agant tastes and becomes a nuisance

at home and in the street, in the ho

tels and in railway trains."

But it appears certain that what-

could buy with $600? You should be
r.ble to realize this amount if you did
ot want to keep the car, and just
think of the many things that you
could buy with the money. This

, i i .o t I oTinmnhilA is familiar to the

ever otner oreeas may oe anecieu uy

tVo thTMtonPil rpdiietion of licenses most of residing in the fatar s tern-

those who do not know

tne cnuMt uuuuvg o iavc w i

Tn Hpfpnw nf the hulldoe- it is stated about it, we would say tnat tne Aiax

hat he is not an expensive luxury, vrell is one of the popular cars m tne

w h will at almost anvthinz and world for the price. The Maxwell

hirh the Star will cive to tne Dest

only requires one good meal a day.
PROTECTING OUR

FEATHERED FRIENDS

nomination blank will be withdrawn
shortly and then you will have missed

another opportunity to gain some o
the good things of life.

The booster week clubbing offer

will, expire next Saturday night and

it will pay you well to turn in at least

a couple of these clubs. Remember
that you have competitors wrho have
their hearts set upon winning the car

as well as you and they will not let

you have the car without a race

Fvprv dav will count between now

and the close which is only 24 day

away. Hustle now and ride in a Tua.v

well later.
Partial List of Club Members

CALIFORNIA CROP

Of Oranges, Says General Manager

of Fruit Exchange, Has Not
Been Injured

(Associated Press)
Los Angeles, Dec. 28.-M3enersl

Manager Powell of the California
Fruit Growers Exchange said -the or orange
ange orange crop "as a whole" was not hurt
by the low temperatures prevailing in

Southern California last night.

I Ei TO IRE

NEGOTIATIONS

Congratulation Received by
President on His Sixtieth
Anniversary

the

Mr. W. L. Colbert who, next week,

will give up his office as tax collector
to Mr. W. W. Stripling, is making
arrangements to start up the soap

factory -as soon as possible. He has
engaged the services of Mr. J. B.

lack, an experienced man of Day

ton, O., to superintend the work.. Mr.
Black will probably be here early

next week.

Elsewhere Mr. Colbert has an ad

vertisement calling on the people to

save for the factory their waste
grease and tallow. It will be seen by
this that the factory, as all good, home
institutions should be, will be a recip

rocal affair it will sell soap to the
people and buy material from them.

The Star hopes that our people

vill give this good little home insti institution
tution institution "hearty support, enable it to

ive, prosper and bring money into
he town.

More Chewing of the Rag Between
American Commissioners
and Mexicans

(Associated Ifress)
Washington, Dec. 29. Luis Cabre Cabrera,
ra, Cabrera, chairman of the Mexican commis commission,
sion, commission, came here front New York to today
day today with Carranza's reply to the
American demand that he ratify or
repudiate the Atlantic City protocol.
The character of the reply was not
revealed. It is generally believed
that Carranza again suggested modi modifications
fications modifications and insisted that the Ameri American
can American expedition be withdrawn uncondi unconditionally.
tionally. unconditionally. It has been understood here
if Carranza's reply' is not satisfac satisfactory
tory satisfactory 'the negotiations will be declared

'ended. Carranza Ambassador De?Ig-

nate Arredondo denied the report that
he had been recalled.
PLAYING FOR TIME
Carranza's answer is understood to
be carefully worded to avoid ending
the negotiations.
OCALA TO HAVE A
LYCEUM COURSE

COTTON PLANT

v.orker in the 3,000 Club, is of the

latest model, with electric lights, self-

starter, etc.

The piano, purchased from Herbert

I cut the following from a New Lattner, is a wonumm man

York paper. What a pity it does not and one tnat any raemuw ui uu
apply to our doves, as they certainly will be proud to own. Then there is

are "important to agriculture as In- the $100 fcxiison. ine poison is

sect destroyers": well known tnat it is not neces.

Having been sanctioned by Great go into details in regard to its merits.

Britain, the treaty between the Unit- A $60 diamond, three r-igin

ed States -and Canada for the protec- watches and three Ansco cameras

tion of migratory bird life is now In completes the list. WTien in the nis nis-effect.
effect. nis-effect. The most vital provisions of tory of Marion county, has there been
the treaty are that no bird important such royal awards offered for so lit-

tn QOTiVnltnre as an insect destroyer tie effort"

chall ho shot at anv time: that no The best part of the campaign Is

open season on game birds shall be that you cannot lose. If you do not
for longer than three and one-half win a prize, you will receive a twenty
months; that both governments shall per cent, cash commission on all new
restrict open seasons to protect game business you turn in during the life

birds during the breeding season and of the campaign.
W thpro shall he no shipment from If you are still wondering about be

one country to the other of birds tak- coming a member of the 3,000 Club, it
j. x i w n n p l; kocf that vmi decide soon as the

V

J. D. McCaskill, Ocala 236,640
A. D. Fausett, Ocala.' 230,100
Bernard Blair, Ocala ...190,620
J. H. Brinson, Ucaia. 180,100
J. F. Martin, Ocala 158,200
Miss Chivalette Smith, Ocala. .143,890
Miss Ellen Stripling, Ocala. .141,420

Mrs. G. W. Davis, Ocala izovv

F. B. Beckham, Ocala 145,560
Larue Hastings, Lake Kerr... 87,420

Miss Othelia Cassels, Bay

Miss Ruth Blair, Oklawaha... 95,000
S. J. McCully, Berlin 47,420

Lake .. .: ..' 46,290

T. J. Killebrew, Ocala os.uiu

R. F. Connor, Ocala 36,480
C. G. Hamilton, Mcintosh 35,620
Mrs. Blanche Hall Thompson,
Candler 35,190
L. J. Long, Ocala 20,150
Wm. Littledale (Candy Kid)
Ocala 18,010
Ernest Batton, Ocala 6,090

Airs. J. D. Robinson, Ocala'. . 5,420

J. Duncan Elliott, Ocala 5,390

Lee Dean, Dunnellon ......... 5,000
Charles Savage, Ocala ....... 5,000
W. T. Hall, Summerfield. ..... 5,000

J H. Spearing, Ocala. 5,040

Cotton Plant, Dec. 27. Christmas

passed off very quietly but pleasantly.

Messrs. Harry Woodward and Al

fred Harroun arrived home from Mi Miami
ami Miami for the holidays and Misses Car

rie Barco and Helen Veal came out

from Ocala to spend Christmas with

home folks.

Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Woodward

were host and hostess to a bountiful

Christmas dinner, entertaining the

following: Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Veal

and children, D. M. Barco and daugh daughter
ter daughter and Mr. Scandrett.

Mr. Dexter Phillips and Miss Katie

Mae Eagleton of Ocala motored out
Monday afternoon and were guests of

Miss Helen Veal.

Messrs. Laurel arid Clyde Seckin

ger and Miss Yvonne Seckinger of

Martel were afternoon and supper

guests of Messrs. liarry and iar

ence Woodward.

Mr. and Mrs. Newcomb Barco left
Saturday in their car for Clearwater

to spend Christmas with the former's

sisters.
Mr. and Mrs. John Parker and Mr.
and Mrs. Jim Parker left Wednesday
in the former's car for Boardman to
spend a few days as guests of rela relatives.
tives. relatives. Messrs. Fred and Elmer Turner of
Gaiter were visitors to Leroy and
Cotton Plant Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. J. S. Weathers spent
Christmas with their son and daugh daughter
ter daughter at Berlin.
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weathers of Ber

lin were guescs of Mr. and Mrs. J. S.

Weathers Tuesday-

Mr. C. R. Veal ard family and Mr.

W. E. Veal motored to Ocala Wed
nesday.
Cotton Plant welcomes to its com

munity the family of Mr. Right Had Had-cock,
cock, Had-cock, a one-time resident of this sec

tion who has returned.

Next Sunday being the fifth Sun Sunday
day Sunday is regular preacihng day, but at
thi3 writing we are not prepared to

say whether or not our new preacher
will be here but it is the desire of all
that he make his appearance. To be
on the safe side, come and you will
not be too badly disappointed for we
have a live Sunday school and it being
the fifth Sunday is the regular time

for offering to the orphanage. Let
all come prepared to make an offer offering
ing offering to these fatherless and mother motherless
less motherless children.

The Woman's Club to Put On Thi3
Entertainment for 1917
Ocala is to have the pleasure of en

joying four very good lyceum num

bers the coming season. These at attractions
tractions attractions are to be given by the Al

kahest Lyceum company under the

patronage of the Woman's Club. The
first of these attractions will be on
January 16th in the Woman's Club
building on Tuscawilla street. There

is to be one high priced attraction in

cluded in the four more reasonable

numbers, -so the holders of the sea

son tickets will be gainers by buying

the saason ticket.

The price of a single season ticket,

which includes all four of the very

fine attractions is $2; price of a dou double
ble double ticket, $3.50.

Now, if you want to give some one

a good time as well as yourselfwt

buy the double ticket.

Announcement will be made from

time to time of the different attrac attractions
tions attractions and the dates for same.

Keep on the lookout for further

announcement of the program of the

whole course, which will be made at
an early date.

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.

Seed oats, seed rye ana rape seed,

frr fall nlantincr. Ocala Seed Store, tf

PEDRO
Pedro, Dec. 27. We have been si silent
lent silent for quite awhile, but neverthe nevertheless
less nevertheless we are still here.
Christmas is over and 'I think all
have had a nice time. One of the
most enjoyable occasions was a
Christina's dinner given by Mr. and
Mrs. Robert Shaw. All relatives and
friends were invited and when the
crowd was gathered and counted there
were sixty. WTien the time came for
dinner to be served two long tables
were placed under some large oak
trees and Oh! my, what a dinner was
spread. There were about twenty dif different
ferent different kinds of pies and custards,

fruit cakes and in fact the whole
family of cakes and one of the nicest

turkeys the writer ever saw, three
chickens 65 birds cooked in different

ways and other things too numerous
to mention. After dinner Mr. Ban Ban-gert
gert Ban-gert grouped, the party, and placing
his camera before us told U3 to smile
a little and you know the rest.
Messrs. George, and Thomas Proc Proc-tor,
tor, Proc-tor, of, Orlando, came up to spend
Christmas with their patents, Mr. and
Mri;. Alf Proctor Sr. They returned
home Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Stuart, of
Bridgeville, Del., came down to spend
Christmas and New Year with Mr.
and Mrs. Alf Proctor.
Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Proctor gave
a dance Christmas night, which was
enjoyed by all who attended. f
Mr. and Mrs. M. M. Proctor are
visiting relatives in Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. Frances Dourtry, of
Wild wood, are visiting Mr. and Mrs.

R. E. Perry.

Mr. and Mrs. Schelem, of Gaines

ville, spent Christmas with Mr. J. R.
Proctor and family and took Misses
Maude and Lorena Proctor home with

them to spend New Year's.

Jack's Misfortune.
nelen was an only hild. One day
she was playing at having a brother
and sister. The brother, she called
Jack and the fei.ter Dorothy. She took
them to the dinner table, having a
place for each one, all through the day
acting just as though there vere real
children. She took them into the bath bathroom
room bathroom to wash thier hands. Her mother
heard her lauhln? heartily and went
Into the bathroom to se what was the
matter. "Why," explained little Helen,
"Jack fell In the bathtub."

We have all of the fresh seeds for
fall planting. Ocala Seed. Store.



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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1916

OCAL A EVENING STAR
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CANDLER

Ladies fair, in public places, ,'
Don't wear your toothpicks in your
faces.

spring, will be about as unhealthy a
time as Germany can pick out to add

.America to the list of its enemies.

Needn't make any new resolutions
for the new year. Those you made
last year will do as well.

Mr. Bryan is shouting for national
piohibition. Here's hoping he will
have better luck than with the other
national issues he ha3 shouted for.

Hindenbutg says the allies have
lost fiftoan million men, which proves
he is even a greater liar than a general.

It is to be hoped that the report that
the Allies have sent a strong force of

auxiliary cruisers to this side of the

Atlantic, to convoy merchantmen, is

true. Since we won't protect our
commerce ourselves, it will be a good
thing if Great Britain and France will

do it for us.

Candler, Dec. 27. Miss Cora
Thomas and sister, Miss Thomas, ar arrived
rived arrived from Cannonsburg, Pa., last
week and are occupying a suite of
rooms in the Clark house.
Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cole are again
numbered among the winter guests
and have rooms at the Jones house.
Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mathews and
little son and daughter motored over
from Daytona to be present at the
family reunion at the festive board of
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. H. Mathews
Christmas day.
Miss Mabel McClain, the popular
assistant teacher in the Weirsdale
school is spending the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. McClain
at their Eden Garden lake home.
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Tillis and
little Miss Jennie Lee Tillis motored
to Ocala Christmas afternoon.
The many friends of genial Dr.

Belcher regret his indisposition and
trust that in the very near future to
have the pleasure of his being out

OH 11 1118

If You Have Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Up Five-One-Y

The Star has reason to believe that amng fSain

Eggs are worth so much that in an
Arkansas town one pays the price of
; admission to the movies. Just to
. think that forty years ago we used
to walk eight miles to town and, sell
: two dozen of the hen fruit for a quar-
I ter.

Ten years from -now, up-to-date
babies will have motors, steering
wheels and honkhorns in their car carriages
riages carriages and will auto along the : side sidewalks
walks sidewalks independent of nurses.

One of our bankers says that Mar Marion
ion Marion county has more genuine, solid
prosperity now than ever before, and
from all we can see and hear we be believe
lieve believe he is correct.

There is less harm both to person
and property in an occasion big drunk
than in steady boozing. Th?rt is where
prohibition counts.

Mrs. Ben Rexwmkle and son, Mr,

James Rexwinkle motored to Heather

Island Monday, and were the guests

at Christmas dinner of Mr. and Mrs

Oscar Hightower.
Mr. G. G. Richie is a victom of
severe cold.

Miss Elizabeth Freeman, a valued

It is estimated that if the rrice of memDer 01 tne encncK school lac

ladies' shoes continues to rise, all but P1' accompanied by her mother, is

if the business men of Ocala would

get together, they could buy the Ok-

lawaha Valley railroad and have an

independent line to deep water. Of

course they won't, but there is many
a tank town in other states that

would jump at such a chance.

tne weauny aames will nave to go
barefoot. Long time ago, when we
lived in the backwoods, most of the
girls under sixteen whom we knew!

went barefoot six months in the year,
and though they had an occasional

spending the holidays at their cottage

home here.

Mr. Thomas Pritchett came in from

Inverness to spend Christmas day

with his mother, Mrs. Janie Pritchett,

jyir. Asa tseicner oi ucaia was a

stone bruise they were never pestered guestJ Christmas of his parents, Dr.

with corns. and Mrs. Jr. Belcher and brother, B

D. Belcher.

When we see a big New York daily Mrs- J- w -Marshall and son Albert,

take a third of a column to tell that are visitinS Mr Harry Marshall and

a society irirl has lost her net doe-let. iamuy in liartow.

v v x o r
we don't see how the useless use of

paper can be stopped.

T iJ a TTT'I -i-

.rresiaeni wnson win receive one

electoral vote in West Virginia, in increasing
creasing increasing his votes in the electoral col

If the war ended now on the basis
of each side keeping what if; holds,
we would think it would be a great
strain on a Frenchman, a Belgian or a
Serb to believe" in the justice of God.
And so joyful Jax didn't obtain a
farmers' loan bank after all. If it had
been a barkeepers' bank, Jax would
have had a cinch.

(leg

The notification of the leading rail railroads
roads railroads to their employes that that
Adamson law will be ignored in mak making
ing making up payrolls until it is affirmed by
the courts, means that the engineers
and trainmen will go on working at
present wages or strike. The supreme
court will knock that law higher than
a kite. '

Mr. Charles Cauthen killed a large

deer last week. This makes Charlie's

second trophy this season.

The Christmas tree at the Presby

terian church Saturday evening was
preceded by an appropriate program,

e to 274. Hughes carried West arranged by the superintendent, Mrs.

Virginia, but the democrats, for the B B Staats. The tree was laden with

first time in twenty years, elected the candy, attractive in pink tarltan bags,

governor. As West Virginia has a ana in sucn quantity tnat everybody,
particularly rotten republican state ol an young, was remembered. A

machine, the election of John J. Corn-1 number patronized the tree with per

well, democrat, is a gain for good gov

ernment. The republicans elected all

the other state officials, however.

Resolve that you will annex every
good thing that comes your way next
year; you will come nearer keeping it
than any other resolution.

There is no telling what the com common
mon common people of Europe, those who are
doing the fighting and dying on the
fronts, and the shivering and starving
at home, think of Wilson's peace note.
Even if their bosses let them read it,
they will not their opinions leak out
thru the censorship. .
The balance "of power in the next
House of Representatives will be held
by a half a dozen congressmen. The
republicans have 214 members, the
democrats 213, and two seats are con contested.
tested. contested. There are two independents,
two progressives, one prohibitionist
' and one socialist, and if they have
sense enough to get together they can
have just about anything they want.

The remains of Robert E. Gonzales,
the much lamented young paragraph paragraph-er
er paragraph-er of the Columbia, S. C, State, were
laid to rest with military honors in
his home city Tuesday. A friend in
Ocala has written to the sorrowing

relatives that for every smile "Bob

Gonzales caused during his life, a tear
has fallen at his death. True, but the
tears will be dried in time, while the
sunshine he has made for the world
will last even' longer than his memory

will endure.

sonal gifts for friends and relatives.

Delmar Belcher, who impersonated

old Santa at the school tree the day

before, was such a success that he

Dr. Newell Dwight Hillis, pastor of was again pressed into service and

Plymouth church in Brooklyn, is some succeeded in winning laurels a sec sec-slinger
slinger sec-slinger of language. In a lecture in oni time.

New York Sunday, he said: "If a dol- Little Anna Lou's rendition of the
lar was hung on the other side of hell, sweet solo, Luther's Cradle Hymn, is
the Yankee boy would dive after it worthy of special mention on the pro-
and the Yankee girl would grab at gram.

his coat tajls. They would get it, not A number were present from Ok-

caring for penalties." lawaha. Mr. Ed Caldwell directed the

We are afraid that if Dr. Hillis in- decorating of the church, which was

sisted on all the hell-grabbed dollars unusually pretty.

being left out of his salary, he The public school closed for the
wouldn't have much money left. holidays last Friday with a program

and tree. There were goodies from

A dispatch from Washington says Dr. Belcher, a valued trustee, B. D.

that W. P. Malburn, of Denver, assist- Belcher; also remembrances from
ant secretary of the treasury, is ex- Mrs. Anna Yancey and Mrs. John
pected to resign soon. F. J. H. von Mathews,' candy from Mr. G. D.
Engelken of Palatka, present director Thompson and the teacher Mrs

of the mint, is slated to succeed him. Thompson expressed her love for W

pupils in pleasing remembrances.

we acifnowieage a nristmas and while Philip Fort and Howard Bel

New Year greeting rom the newsy cher were rewarded for not being ab

and enterprising Palatka Post. sent a day during the four month'

session. There were others striving-

We have a hunch that January will for the goal of perfect attendance hut

J At-- 1-1 J I T I

eAceeu me jusuy ceieurateu June in were prevented a day of a day bv ill

tne number qi ucaia onaes. ness. When Santa had finish xU

labors, the president of the Philo

"n j a. i a- v i I ...

menu oi ours iook us io ms nappy mathian society. Albert Marshall

nome last mgnt ana nnea us witn asked that a rising vote of thanks be
homp-mndp finoA hifVpn WMVi Tcr I : a- at. j

, given to me uonors wno were so gen-

1 1 a ; i m x a -ai

uueu us wun sweet contentment ana erous in giving totheir nleasur. This

made us understand why Methodist was unanimously responded to. Mrs.

preacners.are so gooa. u mere is Thomnson was the rerirnW nf ffc

ii. j: ;. xi r

auyuuug wuiuj reaumg in tnese f rom hpr minilo'

I rr

The Spirit
When all the gifts have been counted,
After Santa has made his last call,
I think that we'll have the opinion
It's the spirit that counts after all.
It is never the cost of the present,
But the thought as you hastily
scrawl;
"I wish you a bright, merry Christ Christmas"
mas" Christmas" It's the spirit that counts after all.
Selected.
Florida Girls in Washington
Misses Mary Byfield and Christine
Hannah, two lovely Florida girls, well
known in Ocala and St. Petersburg,

are having a most enjoyable winter in

the national capital. Miss Hannah is

the guest of Miss Byfield, and the two
young ladies are welcome guests at

many of the most brilliant social af-

iairs, among them the great Pan-

American ball and the president's re

ception to the judiciary, which took

place on the evening of Dec. 19. In
reference to the last named event, we

clip the following paragraph from the
Waashington Star. Mrs. Pollock is
Miss Byfield's mother and Judge

Downey is her uncle:

"Judge and Mrs. George Eddy

Downey; Mrs. Downey in pearl gray

satin veiled in tulle, the corsage trim

med with silver, lace and touches i of

French blue velvet and the skirt
mounted on a cloth of silver under-

dress, finished at the bottom with

ruffles of silver lace. Mrs. George

M. Pollock of St. Petersburg, Fla.,

black tulle over cloth of gold, with

the corsage of jet sequins and gold
lace. Miss Mary Byfield of Florida,

white tulle embroidered in silver over

cloth of silver. Miss Christine Han Hannah
nah Hannah of Florida, pale blue charmeuse

veiled in gold tulle and trimmed with
gold lace."

Mrs. Pollock and her daughter re

sided in St. Petersburg till recently,

when they moved to Washington. Her
daughter and Miss Hannah have been
bosom friends since their kidlet days.

The pictures of the two young ladies

have frequently been in the society
pages of the Washington papers.

grinditorial paragraphs, it is the re

suit of that chicken.

If the angels who sung, "On earth
peace, good will toward men," are yet
alive, they probably felt too droopy
and disconsolate to fly this Christmas.
Making New Year resolutions prob probably
ably probably originated in the good old times
when the average man did not think
he was celebrating the holiday sea season
son season unless he was thoroughly soused.
Sobriety and other virtues generally
look very attractive to a man just
getting over a drunk, and it was
therefore much easier to make good
resolutions at that time than at any
other season of the year.

A quiet and well cared for home
used to be the best place in the world,
and, though civilization is making it
scarcer, it is the best place yet.

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A. E. GERIG
Phone 165
One Door East of M. & C National
Bank

ine road irom Heather Island to

Candler is being clayed and hopes

are being cherished that the road
running east and west, connecting
Candler with her sister town Belle-

view, will be clayed. This road from

Candler has already been hardened

as far as Smith's lake, and here's hop

ing for the continuation in the very

near future.

ANTHONY SUNBEAMS

L C. JORDAN & CO.
Funeral Directors and
Licensed Embalmers

Whenever you wrong another man,
you take a chance. He may get back
at you later. ;

WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Licensed Embalmer
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla

According to an article in the New
York Herald, Prussian submarine ac activity
tivity activity will cause war between Ger Germany
many Germany and America by spring. Only
the most unreasonable and persistent
ag-gression would make the United
States fight anything bigger than
Ilayti, but if the war continues next

i

L. "ALEXANDER

Anthony, Dec. 21. The Sunbeams

still striving for more members and

are getting them. We have increased

a good bit since the last report. We

now have an enrollment of sixty-two.

We held our last social at the home

of Mr. and Mrs. Rape, at the parson

age.

Delicious ice cream and cake was

served. The next social will be held

at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will

Hamilton.

We sent our gifts to the orphanage

at Enterprise and Arcadia just before

Thanksgiving and we know that they

were appreciated.

The contest for the testaments end

ed the 4th of December. Those who

received them were: Charlotte Swain,

Clarence Priest, Blanche Leitner, Sa

rah Lou Priest, Leitner Webster, Hin

ton Connell, Joe Rape, Ruby Connell,
George Rape, Ira Rape, George Kel-

ney and Helen Connell.

As the new year approaches we ex

pect to do greater things than in the

past. Clarence Priest. Sec'y.

Birthday Party
Yesterday afternoon from three

until five o'clock at the home of her
parents, Mr.. and Mrs. Cecil Bryant,

ittle Louise celebrated her sixth

birthday. The little hostess received

many lovely presents which the

guests presented as they arrived.

Mrs. Bryant and her sister, Mrs

P. E. Harry of Jacksonville and Mrs

D S. Welch entertained the little

!olks with games on the lawn, and

ater asked them into the dining

room and when the curtains were

drawn there stood a wonderfully

ighted Christmas tree which bore a

souvenir for each child. In the cen

ter of the dining room table was a

birthday cake with six lighted

candles, which was cut by the little

hostess. Ice cream and cake were

also served.

Those present were Misses Helen

Watt, Frances Clark, Mary Troxler

Isabella Spafford, India Smith, Sara

Scott, Margaret and Theresa Con

drey, Mary Rentz, Martha Meade

Dorothy Frank and Masters Johnny

Lee Flinn, Sewell Welch, Bernum

Spafford, Edward and Ralph Cooke,

James Aiken, Billy BarnQtt, Doyl

Smith, Frederick and Theodore Weihe

Paul Rentz and Malcolm Davis.'

Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Rogers of Au

gusta, Ga., Dr. and Mrs. Moody and

son Sherman and Mr. Lon Rogers o

Wellborn, who are the guests of Mr,

and Mrs. R. F. Rogers, will enjoy an

other family reunion today at Lynne

as the guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. H
Rogers. Others present will be Mr

and Mrs. J. H. Rogers and Mr. and

Mrs. O. H. Rogers and families.

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CLOTHING DEPARTMENT

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The cold part of the winter is, before us.
Now that Christmas is past, father must look lookout
out lookout for his comfort.
We have great values in SUITS for MEN
and BOYS. Let us show you this line.

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Work for the Money than Any Othiv I estimates. No job too large and none

Corti-actor in tb city. too small, tf H. W. Tucker.

TIRED, DEPRESSED, LOSING

WEIGHT.

. Tallahassee, Fta. "My sickness, or ii

health, that Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pro

scrip tion corrected
Mx&h ia every way, was

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place, I was lackin

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done. I W03 also vrrv irlmnnv kr r?;.

couraged. One can imacine the Eerioiif-

ness of my case in my losing weight from
176 to 119 pounds. I was also suffering

iiujxi w unuxu a weaxness. l took nan a
dozen bottles of the 'Favorite Prescrip Prescription'
tion' Prescription' continuously, with the 'Pleasant
Pellets' for constipation, with most ex

cellent beneht. After my health began
to improve I gradually regained my
weight until I came up to my former

weignt oi io pouncl3.- 1 gratefully tes testify
tify testify to the virtues of 'Favorite Prescrip Prescription'
tion' Prescription' fnr wnmpn and 'Ploocont tHo

for hver and bowel troubles." Mrs. I. M.
Allen, 153 St. Francis, Tallahassee, Fla.
The use of Dr. Pierce's Favorite Pre

scription makes women happy by making
them healthy. There are no more crvine

esptouj. ravonte rresenption" cures in inflammation
flammation inflammation and female weakness. It
makes weak women Ktronsr. Kirk women

well.

Like an open book, onr fares tell the

tale of health or disease. Hollow cheeks

and sunken eves, listless stens. sleenless

nights tell of wasting debilitating dis disease
ease disease some place in the bodv. It mav he

one place or another, the cause is gener generally
ally generally traceable to a common source.

Get the "Prescrintion" to-dav either

in liquid or tablet form if you want to

Detter your physically condition speedily.

ort King, Dec. 27. Mr. Clarence

Cork and Mrs. Brabham and children

motored up from Orancre Lake and

spent Christmas with Mr. and Mrs.

C. L. Young.

Master Tom Hernandez, who has

been visiting his aunt, Mrs. J. Y. Pur

vis, returned last week to his home
in Fernandina.

Mrs. W. J. Young left Saturday to

visit her daughter, Mrs. Outlaw, and
twin grand-children, in Jacksonville.

Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Freyermuth and

family spent Christmas with Mr. and

Mrs. Hadsock, at Newberry. They

were expected to return yesterday.

Master Howard Young left last

week for Eustis to visit relatives.

A number of young folks attended

the Christmas tree at Capulet Friday

night having a very nice time.

Mr. and Mrs. E. D. Sanford spent

Christmas day with Mr. and Mrs. J.

C. Clayton.

Mr. and Mrs. William Vaughn spent
Christmas with Mrs. Vaughn's father

and mother, Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Clay
ton.

Mr. Willie Joyner left Friday for

Maitland, where he will stay for
while packing oranges.

Mr. Fred Neil, the operator here,
who was relieved by Mr. Lyners, of
SummerSeld, thru the holidays re

turned to his work today.

Mr. John Whitfield and Miss Sallie
Whitfield left Friday night for Live
Oak to visit friends and relatives.

They are expected home Sunday.

Bt. Rer. Abbott Charles, President Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
StolUeO; College
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORF ORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL WHS
D. a POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. a L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERFil OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 1 3, 1916

UNITED STATES TIRES

We have a stock of United States

tires in sizes for Maxwell and Ford

cars only, in plain and chain treads,

for both cars. For the few remain

ing days of this month prices that

have prevailed through the year will

be m force. After the first the new

schedule of higher prices prevails. A

hint to the wise is sufficient.

FORDS FOR SALE

I have two good Ford touring cars

and one roadster for sale. Wide tread
and in good condition. Cash or time

payments. R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla.

SEABOARD LOuAL SCHEDULE

Southbound
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p,

m.; Ocala, 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa,

7:50 p. m.

No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p
m.; Ocala, 1:45 p. m.; arrives St. Pe

tersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.

m.; Ucaia 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe

tersburg 8:03 p. m.

Northbound
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. mM

Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville,
7:15 p. m.

No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30

p. m.; ucaia z:60 a. m.; arrives JacK JacK-sonville
sonville JacK-sonville 6:45 a. m.

No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala

1 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.

Danger Signal
If the fire bell should ring would

you run and stop it or go and help to
put out the fire? It is much the same
way with a cough. A cough is a dan

ger signal as much as a fire bell. You
should no more try to suppress it than

to stop a hre bell when it is ringing,

but should cure the disease that caus

es the coughing. This can nearly al-

ways'be done by taking Chamberlain's

Lough Remedy. Many have- used it

with the most beneficial results. It is
especially valuable for the persistent

cough that so often follows a bad cold
or an attack of the grip. Mrs. Thomas

Bceching, Andrews, Ind., writes:

"During the winter my husband takes

cold easily and coughs and coughs.

Chamberlains Cough Remedy 13 the!

best medicine for breaking up these

attacKs ana you cannot get him to
take any other." Obtainable every-

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New York, N. Y........ 24.40
Boston, Mass., 27.00
Providence, R.T., 26.00
Buffalo, N. Y. 27.80
Elmira,N. Y.f 25.73

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Savannah, Ga. $ 3.50
Baltimore, Md 20.00
Washington, D. C, .... 20.00
Pittsburg, Pa., ........ 25.55
Chicago, 111., 26.15
Detroit, Mich., 26.15

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

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 Wednesday
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booklets, reservations, etc., write or call,
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OCALA, FLORIDA

CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
State, County and City Depository.

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FRESH MEATS, POULTRY,
FISH AND OYSTERS

PHONE 108

All kinds Fresh Vegetable
in Season
OCALA, FLA

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QUICK SERVICE REASONABLE PRICES
REGULAR DINNER 35c

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PHONE 399
COMMERCIAL BANK BUILDING MAGNOLIA STREET

EAT OYSTERS
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. t
BECAUSE
They possess the merits of Food Economy, Food Value, Healthful Healthful-ness
ness Healthful-ness and a "Peculiar' delicacy that lends itself to the preparation
of many tasty dishes.
PRICES
$1.25 Per Gallon, Single Gallon
$1.15 Per Gallon, in Five Gallon Lots
' $2.00 Per Barrell,
GULF FISH & OYSTER COMPANY.
Crystal River "our'sare better Florida

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When you put up a house or any
other kind of structure you want
material that will give entire satis satisfaction.
faction. satisfaction. The stock of millwork
which we sell is guaranteed to give
the best of service because it is
made right.

When : Yoi Buy From Us
you are assured of high quality at a
fair price. Tell us your building plans
and we'll tell you how to secure the
most for your money and avoid waste.
Our Business Methods Make
New Friends Every Day

, CYPRESS LUMBER IN STOCK,
DAVID S. WELCH

PHONE 223 - Ocala Florida

Tea at the Country Club
The first tea of the season was giv given
en given yesterday afternoon at the Coun Country
try Country Club by Mr. and Mrs. Clarence
Camp, and was greatly enjoyed by a
large crowd, in fact the largest since
the opening of this lovely place six
year's ago.
The afternoon was spent very in informally,
formally, informally, many golfing some play playing
ing playing auction and others making use of
the ball room.
The dining room was attractively
decorated with quantities of poincet poincet-tas
tas poincet-tas and ferns, here delicious salad
sandwiches, olives and wafers were
served. Misses Carita Camp and
Elizabeth Hocker served tea, coffee
and fruit cake.
Those present were all the club
members, old and new and their visi visitors.
tors. visitors. m m
Stanton-Austin
Miss Jean Kellogg Austin of Ocala,
Fla., was married this noon in the
Second church to Seabury Stanton of
South Dartmouth, Harvard, '15, in
the presence of a large company, a
number of whom came from Minne Minneapolis,
apolis, Minneapolis, where the bride has many
friends. Miss Austin was given in
marriage by her uncle, Frank B. Kel Kellogg,
logg, Kellogg, the newly elected senator from
Minnesota, who last evening gave a
dinner for the wedding party at the
Hotel Somerset.
Miss Austin wore a gown of white
satin with court train which hung
from the shoulders. Orange blos blossoms
soms blossoms were used to attach the veil of
tulle. The bride's bouquet was of

lilies of the valley. Miss Austin was

attended by Miss Minerva Dickinson
of Minneapolis and Miss Elizabeth
Stanton, a sister of the bridegroom.
Their gowns were of pink tulle over
pink taffeta with black hats adorned
with a pink rose. They carried bou bouquets
quets bouquets of pink roses.
Otis Cook Stanton attended his
brother as best man, and the ushers
were Henry Swift of New Bedford,

Thornton Davis of Brookline, George

E. Benson of Salem, Charles W.
Cheney of Peterboro, N. H., Francis

de L. Cunningham of Concord and

John Endicott of Brookline, all class

mates -of Mr. Stanton at Harvard.

Following the ceremony, which was

performed by Rev. Samuel R. Max

well, the minister of the church, there

was a largely attended reception at

the Hotel Somerset, where quantities
of white roses were used in the dec-

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orations. Mr. Stanton and his bride
will make their home in New Bed Bedford.
ford. Bedford. Boston Transcript, Dec. 21.

Miss Gamsby Hostess

Miss Minnie Gamsby is entertain

ing the M. A. Club this afternoon at

the home of her mother. Mrs. E. J.

Mills-Price is playing with the club.

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V Story Telling Hour Changed
Beginning Saturday, Dec. 30th, the

story telling hour in the lecture room
of the public library will begin sharp sharply
ly sharply at three-thirty. Mrs. D. M. Smith
will entertain this Saturday, her sub subject
ject subject to be "Bird Lore."

Mrs. Ivan Lanier is here from Fort

Lauderdale for a visit to her parents,
Mr. and Mrs. T. C. Clayton.

'
Miss Lucile Park of Crystal River

is the charming guest of Miss Percy

Christian.

Mr. J. W. Hunter and family of

Largo are in the city for a Christmas

visit to Mr. Hunter's brother, Mr. H.

R. Hunter.

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Mr. W. I. Evans of Fort Lauderdale,

arrived in Ocala Tuesday and is at

the Harrington. Mr. Evans will re
main until Saturday.

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& earn a large sum of money aside from your regular work or a
chance to earn a Maxwell touring car, or a high-grade piano, or dia diamond
mond diamond ring, or talking machine, or Elgin watch, or Ansco camera, or
something else equally desirable WOULD YOU ACCEPT ?

If he could satisfy you that he was absolutely honest
in his offer and the work to be done was easily within
your ability to do and the reward to be worked for was
even finer than he described that there was absolute absolutely
ly absolutely no chance lor you to fail would you be thankful
for the opening and snatch it up eagerly ?
There's but one answer, of course. Andthat answer would be the an answer
swer answer of any of us. Some how it is pretty hard to get far enough
"ahead" to be able to have all these fine things and anyone of us would
be willing to tackle a prety big job in order to do it.
Here is such an offer such an opportunity for YOU. That is abso absolutely
lutely absolutely the truth. Don't you feel that it would be worth while to find out
all about it? Read on

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A One Year subscription to
give one of the Club Members

the DAILY STAR will

27,500 VOTES
A One Year subscription to the WEEKLY STAR will
give close to
5,000 VOTES
Look at your expiration date. If it is out, PAY UP
and help one of the Club Members win a prize.

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Is to be given way by THE OCALA DAILY and WEEKLY STAR in it's big voting contest which is known as THE STAR'S 3000 CLUB.
There is nothing mysterious about it you secure votes according to the vote schedule printed in the free receipt books and make yourself
winner of one of the TEN PRIZES. -
Winning one of these prizes hinges altogether on your making the necessary effort. After that it is simply a question of making out the
nomination blank printed below. And making up your mind ought not to take long a consideration of the big prize list should convince'
you. Other than sending in the nomination blank there are no requirements for entering the contest.

NOMINATION BLANK

Address .
I nominate

Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Rogers

returned last night from Daytona,

I where they attended a family reunion

Prosperity, Happiness,
The Joy of Success
All Yours if You'll Just Try.

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Nominations will be held strictly confidential. Only one blank will
be accepted for any one member.

. Necessary information and all possible help will be gladly
given you if you will communicate with the Manager of the
3000 Club, at The Star Office, Ocala, Florida Sending in the
blank will automatically bring you all information about the
campaign besides starting you on the road to your prize
with 5000 votes.

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brother and sister, Mr. and Mrs. W.

W. Lane.

Miss Sarah Pearl Martin will leave

tomorrow for St. Petersburg to visit

Mrs. Floyd Thompson until next
Thursday.
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Miss Polly Williams, who has been
the guest of the Misses Abbie and
Annie Monroe since last Saturday, is
now with her father, Judge Williams,

at Mrs. Marshall's on Fort
avenue.

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Clyde Steantslifp Co.
Between
Jacksonville and Mew York
Calling at Charleston, S.C
THE FINEST COASTWISE VESSELSJAFLOAT
FARES, Including All Expenses

To New York
To Charleston

1st Cabin Excursion 2d Cabin St'rage
... $24.90 $43.30 $19.00 $12.50
,.. 8.00 12.00 6.00 4.00

Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. VENZEL, Florida Passenger Agent
Tkket Office, Pier 1, Foot of Lib trty St, Jacksonville, Florida.

Put an Ad. in the Star

Little Misses Marian and Gretchen

Turner, daughters of Mr. and Mrs
Joseph Turner of Lake Sixteen, ar

rived yesterday to visit Dr. and Mrs
Walter Hood.

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Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Martin arrived

yesterday in their car from Miami

for a short visit to Mr. Martin's sis sister,
ter, sister, .Mrs. N. A. Robertson. They
were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs.

M. L. Shaw andi son M. L. Jr., also of
Miami.

Mrs. J. M. Thompson arrived home
last night after a week's visit to her
son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. T. C. Thompson in Jacksonville.

Mrs. M. N. Nash and sister of

Columbus, Ohio, have arrived in Ocala

to spend the winter, and are pleasant

ly located at the home of Mrs. J. M

Thompson. Mrs. Nash spent several

months here nine years ago.
, Mr. Leslie Anderson went to Jack

sonville yesterday to meet his cousin,
Miss Jeanette Sherrill of Mayfield,
Ky. Miss Sherrill will spend several

weeks with her cousins at their love
ly suburban home at Marowood.

The many friends of Mr. L. P. Wil

son will regret to learn he has been

quite sick for several days.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Rich of Bain

bridge, Ga., will arrive in Ocala this
week and will be the guests of their

Mr. and Mrs. Clem Purvis, after a
pleasant visit to their relatives and
friends here, have returned to their
h;me at.Raiford."
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Mr. Van Boney, after a pleasant
Christinas visit to his mother, Mrs.

D. M. Boney, has returned to Jack

sonville.

Miss Ruth Cook, who has been the

guest of Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Cook
during the holidays left this after-

rcon for Eustis. where she will be one

of the guests at a house Jarty given
by Miss Wjllie Igou, daughter of

Senator Igou. Miss Cook will return
here the first part of the week ( and

join tne otner ucaia gins going io

Tallahassee, where she is a student
at the Florida State College.

Moore-Gnann
Mr. Walter L. Moore, of Jackson

ville, was married at 10 o'clock this
morning to Miss Ellen Gnann, of

King Okahumpkee, and came through Ocala

on the one o'clock tram on their way
to Jacksonville, where they will make

their future home.

Mr. Moore is a brother of Mrs.

We Have the Equipment and Ability
To serve you as you ought to be servied, and, when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for this is the only way we can accomplish
our iesire.
Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten intentional,
tional, intentional, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.

Ocala Ice -fk FacMeg Co,

PHONE 34

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OCALA, FLA.

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MILLINERY
Especially prepared for the
Holiday Trade is now on display.
This is your opportunity for se securing
curing securing the latest models in
Party and Dress Hats.
Santa Claus' Headquarters
for
DOLL HATS
and Doll Sets of hat, cape and
muff.

HAIR GOODS and
HAIR WORK
OUR SPECIALTY

Affleck Millinery Parlor
Opposite Gerig's Drug Store
Ocala House Block
Phone 161
Ocala Florida

Fred Weihe Jr., of this city, and his
father was once pastor of the Metno-

dist church here.

Mr. Moore has a good position with

the Southern Express Company m
Jacksonville.

His bride has resided at GKahump-

kee for some time and is a very popu

lar youg lady there.

Mr. R. H. Purdom returned today

from South Georgia, where he and

Mrs. Purdom spent Christmas. Mrs.
Purdom remained for a few days
more in Waycross.

FORDS FOR SALE

I have two good Ford touring cars

and one roadster for sale. Wide tread

and in good condition. Cash or time

payments. R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla.

Sloan's Liniment for Stiff Joints

FOR

OAK or PINE Any Length
CALL
Griffin & Son

PHONE 437

Rheumatic nains and aches get into

the joints and muscles, making every

movement torture. Keueve your sux

fering with Sloan's Liniment; it

quickly penetrates witnout ruoDing,
and soothes and warms your sore

mnsrlos. The congested blood is

stimulated to action: a single applica

tinn will drive out the Dain. Sloan s

t is clean, convenient and

rV-lv effective, it does not stain the

slHn nr clocr the Dores. Get a bottle

today at your druggist, 25c.

NOTICE

There will be a meeting of all those

farmers interested in the matter of
nvo-nnizine' a local loan association

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under the rural credit act. At tnis
meeting the matter will be fully ex explained
plained explained and an organization perfect

ed. All farmers requested to meet
with us at the Ocala Seed Store in

Ocala, Fla., at 2 o'clock p. m.f Dec.
28th, 1916. W. D. Cam.

19-3td-wlt F. W. Ditto.

lis now a universally acknowledged necessity. No business man, is
prepared to meet the daily affairs of his, business if he is not pro protected
tected protected with

FIRE INSURANCE

We represent not only the best fire insurance companies, but S
also the highest class INDEMNITY AND BONDING concerns in g
the world. Talk is over with us. H
D.W.DAVIS, HowlrNBik! OGALA, FLA. S

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An immense line of Merschaum

pipes especially for holiday gifts at

ih rVmrt. Pharmacv. tx

m the Heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service if
second to none.
RATES From $J50 per day per person to $6.00.

ROBERT M. MEYER,
Proprietor.

J. E. KAVANAUGH
: Manager.

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Mr. Louis N. Long is
heme today from Tampa.
expected
Prescriptions left here are COR CORRECTLY
RECTLY CORRECTLY FILLED and promptly de delivered.
livered. delivered. The Court Pharmacy. 22-tf
Mr. R. S. Hall is a business visitor
to Tampa today.
We are giving in our prescription
department the same prompt and ac accurate
curate accurate service that has always been
marked as the leading drug store.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
Mr. Geo. L. Gee, who has been on
the night shift at the Ocala House
cafe during the absence of Mr. Tem Temple,
ple, Temple, has returned to his home in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. '
Mr. C. C. Balkcom has returned
from his vir;it to Georgia.
13 lbs. sucrar 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
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 ty everyone. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
Mr. T. I. Arnold has returned from
his Christmas visit to Jacksonville.
Thermos Bottles and fillers at
Cerig's Drug Store at the standard
price. tf.
13 lbs. sugar ior $1 with one dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
Mr. F. W. Ellison of Woodcliff,
Ga., who is spending a couple of
weeks with relatives at his former
home in Anthony, paid the Star an
appreciated call today.
We do all kinds of hemstitching
and guarantee our work. We solicit
your patronage. Singer Sewing Ma Machine
chine Machine Co., 205 E. Main street, Gaines Gainesville,
ville, Gainesville, Fla. 22-6t
A few baskets left at Gerig's Drug
Store. Better come quick if you want
one. y tf
Mr. John Heintz, the -florist, has
been ill with fever, malaria and neu neuralgia
ralgia neuralgia for the past three weeks, most
of the time in bed. He was sitting up
this morning, but by no means well,
when a friend from the Star office
called on him in his cottage at the
greenhouse.
. 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.
Mr. Emil Liljenfors1 of Mound, Min Minnesota,
nesota, Minnesota, made the Star office a busi business
ness business call today, and says he has de decided
cided decided to spend the winter here. He
renewed his allegiance to Marion's
leading newspaper for another year.
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"The Right Direction," in which
Vivian Martin appeared, at the Tem Temple
ple Temple last, night, was a very pretty pic picture
ture picture story and held the pleased inter interest
est interest of all who saw it. As Coburn's
minstrels will be at the Temple to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening, the Friday program
is being given today, an installment
of "Peg o' the Ring" and "Bathtub
Perils," a Triangle Keystone comedy.
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SAVE YOUR WASTE
GREASE AND TALLOW

Anything that you have that is
suitable to make into soap. Call or
on write W. L. Colbert, Ocala, Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. 12-29-wSm
CARD OF THANKS
We extend our thanks to those
who so willingly helped and sympa sympathized
thized sympathized with us during the recent ill illness
ness illness and death of our husband and
father, W. R. Dreher.
Mrs. W. R. Dreher.
. Willie Dreher.
Fred Dreher.;
- Ruth Dreher.
REMOVAL NOTICE
On and after January lf 1917, the
Marsh meat market will be moved to
the Wallis building, two doors further
south, on Main street. 21-6t
1 Mr. Bernard Blair, who has been in
Tax Collector Colbert's office for the
last year and a half, has accepted a
position with the Ocala National
Bank. Mr. Blair is a highly intelli intelligent
gent intelligent and reliable young man, and if
he remains in the banking business,
may be as big a man as Morgan some
day.
W. .K. Lane, 31. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
Symphony Lawn stationery to be
hac only at Gerig's Ding Store.
There's none better made. tf
BLITCHTON
Blitchton, Dec. 28. Mr. and Mrs.
B. A. Hammons of Seville are guests
of Mr. and Mrs. W. P. Hammons this
week. -
Mr. Loonis Blitch and Mr. L. P.
Irvin, members of the faculty of Co Columbia
lumbia Columbia College at Lake City, are
spending the holidays here.
Misses Mamie and Lula Lynn oi
Tampa are guests of their parents
this week.
The Baptist Sunday school gave a
Christmas-program and tree at the
church Christmas night, which were
greatly enjoyed by all. The tree was
valued at $300.
Mrs. J. J. Harriss was called to
Seville Monday on account of the ser serious
ious serious illness of her father.
Mrs. Mattie Harney of Ocala was
the charming guest of Mrs. R. A.
Jordan the past week.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis and Miss
Mamie Fant of Ocala and Mr. John
Triplett of 'Chester,, S. C., were
guests-of Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Blitcn
Monday. "..
Mr. Harry McCully of Berlin was
a Sunday visitor.
CITY OFFICIALS
Mayor J. D. Robertson.
City Clerk and Assessor H. C
Sistrunk. ; V
Tax Collector and Treasurer W.
W. Clyatt.
City Attorney F. R. Hocker.
City Physician Dr. H. F. Watt.
City Marshal R. L. Carter.
Chief Fire Department H. S.
Chambers. :
Superintendent' Street, Depart DepartmentRobert
mentRobert DepartmentRobert Marsh. v
Sanitary Inspector G. W. Cleve Cleveland.
land. Cleveland. Superintendent Light and Water
Department J. C. Caldwell. v
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The regular Thursday teas will be
gin Dec. 28th, 2:30 to 4:30 p. m. Miss
Pedrick and Mrs. Wilsey will serve.
Saturday night dances will begin
Dec. 30, 7:30 p. to continue until
further notice.
LAKE KERR
Lake Kerr, Dec. 25. A motoring
party consisting of Mrs. D. B. Ed Edmonds
monds Edmonds of Providence, R. I., Miss Car Caroline
oline Caroline Cutler of Hampton Beach, N. H.,
and Mr. Moses W. Brown were sight sightseeing
seeing sightseeing in Eureka on Tuesday.
A collection was taken up in the
Sunday school here Sunday for the
benefit of the Christian Herald's
widows and orphans relief fund.
Rev. Boatwright and Mr. Fletcher
Smiley went to Fort Gates on Friday
night, the latter leaving for DeLand
to join his family for Christmas.
Mr. and Mrs. George Smiley and
Mrs. F. H. Hand of Kalamazoo, Mich.,
by special invitation were visitors at
the Nprwalk school on Friday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. A most pleasing Christmas
program of singing and recitation 5 by
the seven pupils, the oldest ten years
of age, was enjoyed. It was followed
by a Christmas tree loaded with gifts
for all present. Miss Read rendered
several recitations. All the parents
of the children were present, making
the occasion one long to be remember
ed. Following the entertainment Mr.
and Mrs. Smiley and Mrs. Read were
most delightfully entertained at the
pleasant home ofTVIr. and Mrs. Joseph
Rauche, to assist the latter in cele
brating ner birtnday anniversary,
which occurred the day previous. A
dainty luncheon was served. Several
fine selections upon the Victrola were
enjoyed. The guests received some
beautiful Christmas gifts of embroid
ery, the work of the hostess, as souve
nirs of the happy occasion. The home
was artistically decorated with holly
and Christmas greens. Mrs. Rauche
was assisted in serving by the teach
er, Miss Hanna.
Miss Myrtle Hicks remains a shut
in from severe indisposition.
Christmas festivities are the order
of the day in this locality.
Rev. Boatwright has a machine, a
recent importation.
There are not cottages enough here
to supply the demand at the present
date.
Mr. Richard Kellogg did not for
get his friends and acquaintances here
"just before Christmas," a fine fish
dinner all along the line on Sunday
testifying to the fact.
The oldest reporter in the state of
Michigan, both in years and exper
ience, is spending the season at this
delightful resort. Four score years
is not so old, but that life is still
worth living in her opinion especially
when the fishing is fine.
Mr. John- Hicks was a visitor at
Fort McCoy on Saturday.
Natural Reasoning.
Ruth lived In the country. On awak awakening
ening awakening one cold morning she asked for
a drink of water, and her mamma told
her she would have to wait awhile, for
the pump hadfrozen during the night.
She then asked for a drink of milk, and
upon being told there was .no milk
either quickly replied : "What's the
matter, did the cow freeze up, too?"
Inactivity Causes Constipation
Lack of exercise in the winter is a
frequent cause of constipation. You
feel heavy, dull and listless, your com complexion
plexion complexion is sallow and pimply, and en energy
ergy energy at low ebb. Clean nip this con condition
dition condition at once with Dr. King's New
Life Pills, a mild laxative that re relieves
lieves relieves the congested intestines with without
out without griping. A dose before retiring
will assure you a full and easy move movement
ment movement in the morning. 25 cents at
your druggist. 2
Proper, Use of Wealth. t
To acquire great wealth shov great
vigor, to keep It requires great wis wisdom,
dom, wisdom, and to use it well Is a virtue and
an art.
UNCLASSIFIED ADS,
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. v 16-tf
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 I pay cash foi! all kinds
of second hand flour, sugar, apple,
oil and half barrels. Drop me a pos postal
tal postal stating what you have and where
and I will come and get them. C. Y.
Miller, 124 South 10th street, Ocala,
Fla. 11-21-tf
WANTED One thousand cords of 4 4-foot
foot 4-foot pine wood. Apply to Electric
Light Department, Ocala, Fla. 6-tf.
MONEY TO LEND If you want
some, call and see me. Will lend in
sums from $300 to $5,000 on first
mortgage on improved city property.
Laurie T. Izlar, Ocala. 27-tf
ROOMS FOR RENT Three unfur unfurnished
nished unfurnished rooms on second floor, in good
neighborhood. Apply to Mrs. J. B.
Mozingo, 219 Anthony road. 26-6t

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UNDERTAKERS and E5IM151ERS
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OCALA, FLORIDA

BATTLES III PEAKS

ALPS COULD TELL STORY THAT
WOULD THRILL.
Mountain Ranges the Scene of Many
Historic Encounters Passes Trav Traversed
ersed Traversed by Soldiers Thousands
of Years Ago.
If the rugged peaks of the Alps
could tell their story, there would be
many a thrilling and. warlike incident
to relate; but none so strange as the
ones enacted between the Austria ns
and the Italians in these mountainous
regions. The Italians are absolutely
at home in the mountains, and the
Austrians are using every invention of
science to counteract this advantage.
All the parapets on the steep roads,
where summer tourists were wont to
motor, have been demolished, and
beautiful pine forests have been swept
away, so that nothing shall obstruct
the artilleryl Large areas have been
mined, and by pressing a button the
Austrians can hurl an avalanche of
rocks and bowlders on to the heads cf
the advancing Italians or blow up the
roads beneath their feet.
xFrom the Cottian chain, marking the
boundary of France In the west, to
the Carnic and Julian Alps, north and
east of the Adriatic in Austria, there
are generally a thousand passes and
routes of more or less ncte, nearly all
traversed by practicable roads, and
some shortened by railroad tunnels.
Over these roads armies marched to
battle over two thousand years ago.
Mont Cenis pass may have teen Han Hannibal's
nibal's Hannibal's route when, in the year 218
B. C, the Carthaginian conqueror in invaded
vaded invaded Italy with a large army, half of
which he lost amidst the Alpine snows.
The conquest of some Alpine tribes
by Augustus ; the desultory warfare of
Teutonic and Frankish hordes in the
fifth and sixth centuries, and the in increasing
creasing increasing sanguinary strife of Swiss
"confederates" 'and Austrian oppres oppressors,
sors, oppressors, which lasted from the breaking up
of the Carolingian empire, in the tenth
and eleventh centuries, until the crys crystallization
tallization crystallization of the Helvetic republic by
Napoleon -Bonaparte's- act of media media-ation
ation media-ation in 1S03 all these fill the chron chronicles
icles chronicles and make nearly every practi practicable
cable practicable foot of Swiss territory heroic
ground.
When Napoleon entered Italy he
crossed the Alps with an army of
30,000 by the Great St. Bernard pass.
May 15-21, 1809. Later he constructed
the great military road over the Sim Sim-plon
plon Sim-plon pass, from Brieg, in Switzerland,
to Domodossola, la Italy, and thence
to Milan.
The Silver Lining.
Not long ago a clergyman, in the
course of ministrations among the poor
of a large-town, called on an old lad)
who had been bedridden for some
years. 1
"Well, Mrs. Davies," he said, '2nd
how are you today?"
"Oh, I'm pretty well, thank you,"
was the cheerful answer. ..
"Ah, that's right," responded the
clergyman, sympathetically. "I -hardly
expected to find you to be in such good
spirits, considering your affliction. -I
was afraid I should find you down downhearted."
hearted." downhearted." "No, no, sir !" she cried, interrupting
him. "No, no, indeed, sir. I've much
to be thankful for, I have. Why, only
the other night, when that house 'just
opposite was on fire, I couldn't help
thinking of all the poor people crush crushing
ing crushing each other in the street, and many
of them not getting a sight of the fire
at all, while here was I, all nice and
comfortably in bed, and I could see it
beautifully through my window with without
out without even turning ever! Oh, no, I've
a lot to be thankful for."
Plain English.
An American who has been doing am ambulance
bulance ambulance duty in France pretty close to
the fighting line was working near an another
other another American one particularly diffi difficult
cult difficult day. This friend was mild-mannered
and mild-spoken, tut as a
French linguist, he belonged to a class
that wouId never be called for. active
service.
Their post was at a crossroads
when the German artillery perversely
began searching the neighborhood with
shells. A high explosive shell dropped
almost upon them; the friend was
bowled ever, eyes and mouth full of
dirt. He stood up uncertainly.
"Whew," he remarked with empha emphasis,
sis, emphasis, "if I just knew the French for
Bon Dieu, I'd say it"
Dearie Me!
Ethel Has Tom proposed yet,
Maud?
Maud No, not exactly.
.Ethel Not exactly! What do you
mean?
Maud Well,; you know, he always
used to knock when he came to our
house to visit me. Well, last night he
came with a ring.
A Wise Omission.
Luckily the following places were
cot included in General Pershing's
itinerary:
Popocatepetl.
Tlaxiaco.
Coatzacoalcos.
Tlahualila.
Bolonchenticul.
Hecelchakan.
Love.
"They're still very much in love with
each other."
"So?"
"Yes, when she's away she writes let letters
ters letters to him whe-tfier she needs money
or not." Detroit Free Press.
How to Check That Cold
When it is' painful to breathe and
fever sends chills up and down your
back, you are in for a cold. A timely
dose of Dr. Bell's Pine Tar Honey will
stop the sneezes and sniffles. The
pine balsam loosens the phlegm and
clears the bronchial' tubes, the honey
soothes and relieves the -sore throat.
The antiseptic qualities kill the germ
and the congested condition is reliev relieved.
ed. relieved. Croup, whooping cough and
chronic bronchial affections quickly

relieved.' At all druggtsts, 25c. 2

DAY MEANT FOR MEDITATION
At Thanksgiving Time One Should
Weigh His Motives and Ability to
Help His Fellow Men.
The true meaning of a national
Thanksgiving day is often misunder misunderstood.
stood. misunderstood. To some it is merely a day for
bagging a few quails, squirrels, or oth other
er other wild game. To others it is a day to
indulge in some recreation and enjoy
a square meaL To some It. is a day
for recounting our materiaTgain over
our less fortunate brothers during the
fleeting year. There are other various
notions as to the real purpose of a
Thanksgiving day each year.
Whatever may be the ideal purpose
of a real Thanksgiving day, it should
be one as full as possible of good
cheer, but to employ the day in re recounting
counting recounting our material achievements achievements-gains
gains achievements-gains and losses is a sin with th
blackest kind of complexion. The true
meaning of Thanksgiving means no
jnore than the duty which each indi individual
vidual individual owes to the Creator every day
in the year. It Is a day when each
person should weigh his motives along
with his ability to help his fellow man
in his own individual way, and to re return
turn return thanks for not only the goodness
which has befallen him, but to pledge
with it an effort to strive to be a great greater
er greater blessing to the community in which

he lives, than any previous year. Ex
change.
PREPAREDNESS
The Best Blessing.
We need to be on our guard at the
Thanksgiving season against an ex exaggeration
aggeration exaggeration of the importance of mere merely
ly merely material benefits. A big yield of
corn or wheat is not to be compared
in weighing our national blessings,
with an awakened public 'conscience.
Added material comforts in the home
are Insignificant alongside of a new
sympathy and, understanding between
the different' members of the family.
It is well to thank God for bountiful
harvests and comfortable homes, but
let our best gratitude be kept for the
higher things, the blessings of the
spirit
Painful Coughs Relieved
" Dr. Kiner's New Diseoverv is
soothing, healing remedy for coughs
and colds that has stood the test of
nearly fifty years. For that cough
that strains the throat and saps the
vitality try Dr. King's New Discov Discovery.
ery. Discovery. The soothing pine balsams and
mild laxative ingredients soon drive
the cold from the system. Have a bot bottle
tle bottle on hand for winter colds, croup,
grip and bronchial affections. At your
druggist, 50c. 2
Sure Reward for Work.
Work, in every hour, paid or unpaid ;
see only that thou work, and thou
canst not escape the reward; whether
thy work be fine or coarse, planting
corn or writing epics, so only It be
honest work, done to thine own appro approbation,
bation, approbation, it shall earn a reward to the
senses as well as to the thought.
Emerson.
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
tored two of my children suffering
from colds with Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and found it just as repre
sented in every way. It promptly
checked their coughing and cured
their' colds quicker than anything I
His Proper SphereJ
"What will thoy do with that eldest
son of theirs? I heard his father say
he had neither judgment nor fore foresight."
sight." foresight." "Then why don't they make
him a weather sharp?" Baltimore
American.
Male Gossips.
The truth is that men gossip ex exactly
actly exactly as much as do women, the only
difference being that women gossip
openly with everyone, while men only
gossip openly with men.
Wonderful Concoction.
A French-Canadian guide came into
camp one day greatly excited. He had
a handful of wild cranberries which
he exhibited with pride. "You know
the li'l cranberrie?" he asked the as assembled
sembled assembled party. "Well, you take the
li'l cranberrie an' you put hira on the
fire with plenty of de sng ob, big lot
of de sug an' you Itc him cook long
time. Then you take hira off an let
him cooL An voila You have a more
better apple sauce than you can make
out of de prune'!"
CO.
NEW FALL GARDEN SEED NOW
IN STOCK
Also Flower and Feld Seeds
CHOICEST DRUGS AND DRUG DRUGGIST'S
GIST'S DRUGGIST'S SUNDRIES
All Mail Orders Carefully and
Promptly Filled
TYDINGS & COMPANY
Druggist and Seedsmen
Ocala, Florida. Telephone No. SO

TVniNRS

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Bigger and Better than
Front
6 Big Minstrel

Ford Mack & Simmons, Lynch & Eoyne, Marvelous "TOLEDO" Lester
Lucas, Eddie Clifford, Ragapation Quartette, Sensational "Bump" Act.

STARTLING NEW ACTS, GORGEOUS SCENIC
SONGS, NEW JOKES

With' The
MILLIONAIRE Mil GLUB IN INDIA

On Sale at
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Wish to Extend to You Their
Holiday Greetings

And invite you to call at
their barns on West Broad
way to inspect their large
stock of
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You Weed a Tonic

There are times in every woman's life when she
needs a tonic to help her over the hard places.
When that time comes to you, you know what tonic
to take -Cardui, the woman's tonic. Cardui is com composed
posed composed of purely vegetable ingredients, which act
gently, yet surely, on the weakened womanly organs,
and helps build them back to strength and health.
It has benefited thousands and thousands of weak,
ailing women in its past half century of wonderful
success, and it will do the same for you.
You can't make a mistake in taking

The Woman's Tonic
Miss Amelia Wilson, R. F. D. No. 4, Alma, Ark.,
says: "I think Cardui is the greatest medicine on earth,
for women. Before I began to take Cardui, I was
so weak and nervous, and had such awful dizzy
spells and a poor appetite. Now I feel as well and
as strong as I ever did, and can eat most anything."
Begin taking Cardui today. Sold by all dealers.

Has Helped

' STAK 3000 CLUB
10 Free Vote Coupon
This coupon is good for ten free votes when cut out and sent, to
the Manager Star 3000 Club, Ocala, Florida.

Name of Club Member.

Address
Each member may send in as many of these a3 he nr she can get.
GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 31st

Dally Thought.
Many of our cares are but a morbid
way. of looking at our privileges. We
et our blessings cret moldy and tlwn
zail them "curses." Ceecher.
Good for Constipation
Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent
for constipation. They are pleasant
to take and mild and gentle in effect.
Obtainable everywhere.

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, Optimistic Thought.
Mutability la of this world; la that
o come there Is no change.
Nervous Women
When the nervousness is caused
constipation, as is often the case,
will cret quick relief by taking: O r
berlain's Tablets. These tablets also
improve the digestion. Obtainable
everywhere.

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