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OOALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1916
VOL. 22 NO. 304
GOT All TITI
FIGHIG Oil THE
ALLIES WILL MAKE
TO GIVE EXCUSE
FOR IRE TALK
PROMT BE RAISED
Fierce and Sudden Offensive of
Teutons was Checked by
A - 1 T I
The Germans attempted last night
to penetrate tne rrencn lines oetween
hill 204 and Dead Man's hill, on the
.1 m -mm m t I
Verdun front. Paris said
mans gained a footing in one trench.
Berlin claimed the Germans entered
iFrench positions on both hills. Win-
v 'or lines fitnrmprl rmpratinns at other I
J places on me r ranco-ceigmn ironu
places on the Franco-Belgian front.
The Teutons are still active in Ru
mania. Berlin announced the capture
of several positions, and said that
1400 prisoners were taken yesterday.
The Teuton ic advance was said to be
twenty kilometers 'northwest of Rim-
nik-Sarata. Ratchelun in Dobrudja
was captured. The Teutons are still
pounding at the Matchin bridgehead.
Thev apparently hope to drive the
last of the Rumanians out of the Dob
rudja and effect a junction with other
Teutonic forcep at a point where they
can close the lower Danube to Rus
sians and open a way for an invasion
AT THE TEMPLE THIS EVENING
House to be Crowded to Its
. Full Capacity
Coburn's minstrels arrived in Ocala
this morning. They will play at the
Temple tonight and from the looks of
the chart jxt the Court Pharmacy, the
house will be crowded to its full ca capacity.
pacity. capacity. The company played at Gainesville
last night and the Sun says of the
Coburn's Greater Minsterels played
to a capacity house at the Baird last
night, and to say that Coburn pleased I
this year better than ever before is J
to say that this favorite minstrel ag-son,
gregation outdid itself last night. The I
large audience went away perfectly I
delighted with every act on the pro
gram. This is one show that is assur
ed of a cordial welcome upon every
return to this city.
Every member of the company is
an artist who knows how to delight 1
an audience and swing it off its feet
in vociferous applause. The solos, I
quartets and choruses were all very
fine, and the singing of each one cap-
tured the audience.
There was not a coarse or objec-1
tionable number in the entire show,
and everything was bright, new and
. a v.l
funny from start to hnish. .Lester I
Lucas, the famous basso, as the Ma-
harajah, and Charles Cameron as the I
Princess Kamee were well sustained
. . .i
wir spienuiu snigiug nu
lorn Tost, the tango trombone com-1
edian, the ludicrous coon-shouting
i a-ii ir it I
K-tji-ia.i., Vimiica Ciiiin.
roru, me primrose vx mm-
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stre cancing, and an tne otners were
. i u ii ii.
was hard to say which was the I
best on the program, but Charlie
Gano in his "Fountain of Youth," and
his sacred mule, Charles Vermont,
simply raised the "shouts." The com comical
ical comical aciobats and sensational equili-
brists were by far the best ever seen I
The Coburns play in Ocala tonight,
and our sister city is assured of an
evening of wholesome fun and enter
DOVES ARE NOT DESIRABLE
Editor Star: I saw the article in
your paper yesterday on "Protecting
Our Feathered Friends," and it re
mir-ded me of an advertisement putej and relieved by an application of
uui. uy an Oin.Ciai ox me umtcu outtcs,
viz: "Wanted, 3000 pieces of white
oak timber twenty inches square,
seventy feet long; all heart and tree
from knots or any defect." Something
Doves do not eat insects at all. But
they do congregate in the farmers'
fields find eat the peanuts, scattered
corn and chufas, depriving his hogs
and cattle of a large portion of their
"fattening product" that the farmer
has spent his time and money to pro
duce. W. H. C.
Winter Brings Colds to Children
A child rarelv goes through the
whole winter without a cold, and ev
ery mother should have a reliable
remedy handy. Jb ever, sore throat.
iizni chest and croupy cougns are
sure symptoms. A dose of Dr. Bell's
Pino Tni. TTnir will lrinsfn the
and stoD the cough. Its antiseptic
' V. JLtJ. - -T .
pine balsams heal and soothe, j. or
croup, whooping cougn and enronic
m Y 1
pmm, reueve u.e tu,.su iux ga
L. 1 1 i-L -. MM..n J 1 n
t.roncmai trouDies try ur. pen s rine
Tar Honey. At all druggists, 25c. 3
An immense line of Merschaum
r-v n ,:,
f r-s specially for holiday gifts at
Court Pharmacy. tf
Fiscal Year of 1918 Will Have
Large Deficit that Must
( Associated Press)
Wshir.H:nn. D. C. Dec. 29,-Presi-
dent WiIgon has tentatively agreed
wjth leaders of Congress to issue
bonds to meet part of the treasury
deficit facing the government for the
fiscal year ending June 30, 1918. The
deficit is estimated at about one hun hundred
dred hundred and eighty million dollars. See
retary McAdoo and the president are
, ...... ?
working on otner pians to raise aaai-
VICTORIES OVER VILLA
Are Reported to Mexico City by the
Commanders of Carranza
Mexico City, Dec. 29. It is official
ly reported here that Villa forces in
the north were severely defeated sev several
eral several times the last two days.
SAID TO HAVE TAKEN SALTILLO
El Paso, Dec. 29. Villa forces
have occupied Salti lo, the capital of I
the State of Coahuila, Villa partisans
here announced. This was denied by
LAWSON AGAIN IN
Must Substantiate his Statement Re-
garding the President's
Washington, .Dec. 29. Chairman
Henry of the House rules committee,
today telegraphed to Thos. W. Law
of Boston, to come here and sub-
stantiate the published statements
that he knew of a so-called leak re-
garding the president's plans for his
peace note and his prediction that J
there would be another. "Put up or
shut up," the telegram said. Con
gressman Woods has introduced a I
resolution caning lor an investigation
to determine whether any government J
officials profited on the stock market
by "inside information."
We are giving in our prescription
department the same prompt and ac-
curate service that has always been
marKea as me leaamg arug store,
mi 4 . TVl. J. I
xne iourt rnarmacy.
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vested in the undersigned as mayor
of the city of Ocala, a municipal cor-I
poration organized and existing
under the laws of the state of
pi-.-J T WoW nmnlolrr,
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A. tVA AVtU A AArJL WJ VV1MU
eive notice that a special elec-
give notice that a special
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txonior tne eiectoi a onnomu
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in the said ward of said city of Ocala.
Marion county, Florida, on Saturday,
the 6th day of January, A. D. 1917, 1
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for the purpose of electing one coun councilman
cilman councilman from ward four of said city of
Ocala and hereby appoint the inspec inspectors
tors inspectors and clerks as follows: R. E.
Brigance, James Duffy Jr.,
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livieaaows, inspectors, ana
This December 21st, A. D. 1916.
J. D. Robertson,
12-22-fritf Mayor of Ocala, Jla.
14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries on Sat-
urday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
Stiff, Sore Muscles Relieved
Cramped muscles or soreness f ol
lowing a cold o case of grip are eas
jivfu o uiiuiuwiv. iw owuu uic
n:r.1,iv withont ruhhino-. Limber n
I your muscles after exercise, drive outlsonville 6:45 a. m.
1.1 ! I
tne pains an oacnes oi rneumatism,
ervQinc c?TtQ t a I
and bruises with Sloan's Liniment.
D l- UliAOf -? JX. UUtO
Get a bottle today.
At all druggists.
All kinds of seed for fall gardens
nr. w in ctnolr finals RfioH Rtn-ro
" 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
I to stop a fire bell when it is ringing,
but should cure the disease that caus
es me cougmng. Anis can neany ai
I ways be done by taking Chamberlain's
I r!rntrn T?piT.r1i7- Ma-nu- Vitro ix
I ---... "''..'U.T -.".? ..M W .- .VI
with the most beneficial results. It is
especially valuable lor the persistent!
1 1 J t m W
cougn tnat so oiten ionows a oaa cold
I AM r M4-4.M 4-1 mmmmm. Htf-m .
ux u ux gnp. xnuiuaa
ocecmng, Anarews, ina, writes:
"During the winter my husband takes
l cold easiiv and coughs and cou?hs.
I -i i i ? r r i- t 3 .i
vnamoenam s vjugn n.emeay is me
best medicine for breaking up these
attacks and yoUj&nnot gt lum to
take any other : Obtainable every
To Germany Through American Rep Representative
resentative Representative in Paris ome
Time Next Week
London, Dec. 29. The entente re reply
ply reply to the German note has been com completed.
pleted. completed. It willjbe delivered some time
next week, buthust first be formally
transmitted to all the allies. It will
then be delivered to American repre representatives
sentatives representatives at Paris for transmission.
It is very long. It is believed the re reply
ply reply will meet with American ap approval.
proval. approval. The American note will be
answered soon. ."N
ALL THE SAME AS AN ECHO
Washington, Dec. 29. Turkey's re reply
ply reply to President Wilson's note was
received today. It is substantially
the same as Germany's.
ORGANIZATION OF A LOCAL
FARM LOAN ASSOCIATION
Marion County Men Prepare to Avail
Themselves of Government
In answer to a call for a meeting
of those interested in organization of
a local farm loan association, a meet
ing was held in the court house yes-
terday afternoon. Forty farmers
present and & temporary organ J29th inst., at which time and place the
ization formed. Most of those pres-
ent signed up, signifying their inten-
tion of becoming permanent members,
The organization will be perfected
ennn aa fho nprpssarv Vilnnlrs ran I
be obtained from the National Farm
Loan oBard. Those named as officers
were: J. M. Meffert, president: J. C.
Johnson, vice president; F. W. Ditto,
secretary and treasurer. Directors,
J. M. Meffert, A. J. Brigance, E. P.
Townsend, W. D. Cam, S. R. Pyles,
J. C. Johnson. J. W. Luffman.
Those present were very enthus
iastic over the new plan.
According to Confession f One
the Slayers was Result of an
Minden La. Dec. 29. Two negroes
an(j a white man have confessed to
participating in the killing of five
members of the Reeves family here
Christmas eye, according to the police.
The nee-roes renorted implicated are
Henry Waller a neighbor of Reeves
an(j jonn Long, the officers say. Long
confessed and declared Waller insti-
gated the crime. Robbery and an old
feud between Waller and Reeves is
the motive given The nrisoners were
secretly moved from the jail here.
FORDS FOR SALE
I have two good Ford touring cars
and one roadster for sale. Wide tread
and in frood condition, flash or time
payments. R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla.
A few baskets left at Gerig's Drug!
store. Better come quick if you want
nT14S 4 y f
SEABOARD LOuAL SCHEDULE
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. PeMas determined to win as you are and
tersburg 10 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:15 a.
m.; Ucala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Jfe
tersburg 8:05 p. m.
No. 10 Leaves Tampa 1 p. m.
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville,
i 7:15 P. TLX,
, No. 2-Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.: Ocala 2:30 a. m.: arrives JacK
No iayeg Tampa 9 a. m.: Ocala
I 4 T 1 Til P
I P- m' amves -asonviue uu m.
Circuit Judge W. S. Bullock,
State Attorney Geo. W. Scofield,
Clerk Circuit Court P. H. Nugent,
Sheriff John P. Galloway, Ocala.
Tax Assesor Alfred Ayer, Ocala.
Tax Collector W. L. Colbert,
County Judge W. E. Smith, Ocala.
Superintendent of Schools J. H-
burveyor Alex. Moorenead, ucaia.
commissioners w. u. earn, wai
I ter w Luffman N A. Fort. S. S.
p , T. Hutchins.
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memoers jscnooi coara-u. o. ocom
I ncalur k. r. Klitch. untchton: J.
Grantham. Fort McCoy.
Sub-School Trustees Jack.
Chace, W. T. Gary.
Carranza's Answer Will be Taken Up
Tuesday by the Mexic-American
Washington, Dec. 29. The answer
to Carranza's latest appeal for a mod modification
ification modification of the Atlantic City protocol
will be determined here Tuesday. The
American members of the Mexican Mexican-American
American Mexican-American commission will meet here
and consider Carranza's communica communication
tion communication delivered yesterday. The Mexi Mexican
can Mexican members probably will be here
ATTEIID THE MEEK
Will be Held at the Courthouse
and will be for the Benefit
Editor Star: .Some ten days ago
Messrs. Phillips and Linderbeck, of officers
ficers officers of the Seaboard railroad, re requested
quested requested me as president of the Board
of Trade to call as mass meeting of
the business men of.Ocala to meet at
the courthouse on Friday evening, the
above named gentlemen will ascertain
from the citizens of Ocala whether
or not they desire the railroads to
arrange tourist passenger tickets
wit.li norrmts t.n stnn oflF at Ocala for
three or four days either going to or
coming from South Florida tourist
towns. This will not be a Board of
Trade meeting as quite a number of
our hotel men and business men do
not belong to the Board of Trade, but
to be a meeting of men who will be
most benefited by the tourist who
stop over in Ocala. The meeting is
hereby called at 6:45 o'clock Friday
evening, 29th of December. Come if
you are interested.
Respectfully, R. F. Rogers,
President Board of Trade.
An Automobile, Piano, Dia
jf y0u are interested, cut out the
. .. i A c, a ;., !.,
nomination blank and send it to the
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manairer of the club. You have a lit
tie more than three weeks in which to
vork for the car and it can be done if
you really want to win. No half halfhearted
hearted halfhearted work will win for you after
this week for you must bear in mind
that the other members of the club
have been working and they are just
will not lose without an effort.
No favorites rule here. No matter
who you are, your chance is here
waiting for you.
Don't put off working. Remember
the fable of the hare and the tor tortoise.
toise. tortoise. You may have a lot of ability,
but steady efforts beats a brilliant
spurt any time. Don't spend so much
time in telling what you can do. Put
it to actual accomplishment which
speaks for itself. Deeds are what
counts and not words. Stop trying
to imitate a rooster and become a
booster if you want to get the smell
of gasoline, in your nostrils from a
touring car this winter.
Today is a day of hustle for the
members of the 3,000 club. The good
things of life come to those who go
out after them.
To win an automobile, piano; Edi
son Talking Machine, diamond, cash,
etc., is easy thru the 3,000 Club, but
it is a difficult .task when you have to
save up the money out of what you
If for one reason or another
you have not yet become a member
of the club, do not postpone it any
longer. The more members we have
I in tn nh t.h Pasier it will he for
H.IJ'"" 1J luclc ia J"-3"
l i x . t
mucn lerruory io De coverea.
I Possibly you thinK that you would
I not have a chance to win out m a
Scandinavian Countries Announce
that Wilson's Peace Move has
their Hearty Support
London, Dec. 29. The Scandinav Scandinavian
ian Scandinavian countries have sent the European
belligerents a joint note supporting
President Wilson's peace note. A
Copenhagen dispatch said the note de declared
clared declared the Scandinavian governments
considered themselves failing in their
duty toward their peoples and human humanity
ity humanity if they didn't .express sympathy
with every effort toward ending the
EVERY MAN WHO IS ABLE
Will be Required to Take Up Arms in
Case the Country Becomes In Involved
volved Involved in War
Washington, Dec. 29. Every able able-bodied
bodied able-bodied male citizen in the United
States between the ages of 18 and 25
are held liable for service in the Nat National
ional National Guard in time of war without
further act of Congress. This was set
forth in a war department regulation
for the government of the National
Guard under the National Defense
Act, in a circular, which was prepar prepared
ed prepared two months ago, but which was
not made public until yesterday.
The militia bureau directs that
where a National Guard regiment is
called for war service, reserve train training
ing training battalions to fill the vacancies at
the front must be organized out of
the National Guard reserve and vol voluntary
untary voluntary enlistments. The order con continues,
tinues, continues, "If for any reason there shall
not be enough reservists or enough
voluntary enlistments to organize or
keep the reserve battalions at the pre prescribed
scribed prescribed strength a sufficient number
of unorganized militia will be drafted
by the president to maintain such
We have all of the fresh seeds for
fall planting. Ocala Seed Store. s
and So Forth
campaign of this sort; that some one
else is a better hustler than you. This
is not fair to yourself. You are
simply cutting off your own chances
in order to indulge your desire to keep
on drifting instead of doing a little
work in your spare time. Every day
renewals come to the Star office
direct which would not you thousands
of votes if brought in by some mem
ber. Could this be possible if every
member was doing his or her level
Partial List of Club Members
F. B. Beckham, Ocala... 263.G20
J. F. Martin, Ocala ...254,420
J. D. McCaskill, Ocala 236,670
A. D. Fausett, Ocala- 230,100
Bernard Blair, Ocala .191,000
J. H. Brinson, Ucaia. .... .180,100
Miss Chivalette Smith, Ocala. .143,890
Miss Ellen Stripling, Ocala. .141,420
Miss Ruth Blaxr, Oklawaha. .141,290
Mrs. G. W. Davis, Ocala ..125,290
Larue Hastings, Lake Kerr. . 87,420
Miss Othelia Cassels, Bay
Lake 1 63,950
S. J. McCully, Berlin ... 47,420
T. J. Killebrew, Ocala... 38,010
R. F. Connor, Ocala 36,480
C. G. Hamilton, Mcintosh.... 3o,620
Mrs. Blanche Hall Thompson,
L. J. Long, Ocala 20,150
Wm. Littledale (Candy Kid)
Ernest Batton, Ocala
Mrs. J. D. Robinson, Ocala...
J, Duncan Elliott, Ocala....
Lee Dean, Dunnellon. 5,000
Charles Savage, Ocala ...... 5,090
W. T. Hall, Summerfield ...... 5,000
J. H. Spearing, Ocala 6,190
Svmnhonv Lawn stationery to be
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had only at Gerig's Drug Store
There's none better made. tf
Ancient Crown of Hungary will be
Assumed by the New Ruler
Budapest, Dec. 29. Coronation fes
tivities are in full swing. An unpre
cedented crowd witnessed Kink
Charles' formal entry into the city
Wednesday. The king signed the in inaugural
augural inaugural diploma Wednesday and re returned
turned returned it to parliament. Parliament
then administered the oath. The cor coronation
onation coronation ceremony will begin Saturday
DELAY IS DREADED
Members of Railroad Brotherhoods
to Decide their Next
New York, Dec. 29. Members of
the four railroad brotherhoods will
decide the next step their committee
shall take in the controversy over the
operation of the Adamson act, it was
announced today. Brotherhood lead leaders
ers leaders issued a statement indicating
fear that pending litigation would in indefinitely
definitely indefinitely delay the investigation by
President Wilson's special committee.
Rejoice to Find Themselves Again
Citizens of the French
With the French Armyin Alsace,
Dec. 15 (Correspondence of the As Associated
sociated Associated Press) French has replaced
Alsatian dialect and German as the
laiguage in that portion of Alsace
restored to France as the result of
French military successes. So soon
as the blue-clad soldiers occupied the!
villages and towns German signs were
torn down from the fronts of the
stores and replaced by French. Finger
posts along the roads were altered
and directions at grade crossings over
the railroad tracks were" changed.
Restaurant bills of farewe,re written
in French instead of German. The
titles of public' offices were painted
over and new 'designations put in
their places. Prices also were trans trans-igin
igin trans-igin and fled with the German troops,
marks and pfennigs.
Most of the municipal officials un
der German rule were of Prussian or
igin and ed with thefl German troops.
The other male inhabitants most of
them very old or very yojmg, as all
those of military age had been either
taken into the German army or had
fled to France had never had exper
ience of local government and were
incapable of undertaking the public
utilities or caring for the health or
sanitary condition of the people. It
was found necessary to appoint
French administrators and these were
chosen from among officers who had
been wounded in the war or who had
fallen sick during the campaign. In
one locality a military mayor was
nominated. He was a captain Who
had lost his right arm in battle. For
two years he has carried out the f unc
tions of his office and so successfully
that the citizens governed by him de
clare they have never been more wise
One of the first tasks undertaken
was to set in motion the educational
system which had been interrupted by
the hostilities. Classes were formed
for the children of both sexes and
these were placed in the charge of
sisters of a religious order which de
votes itself to education. There was
some difficulty1 at first owing to the
pupils knowing no other language
than their local dialect. They showed
such zeal, however, in acquiring
French, that within a few weeks the
teachers were able to carry on the
lessons. When Prince Arthur of
Connaught recently visited the classes
he was amazed at the change brought
about in so short a time.
French officials and the people of
Alsace themselves ascribe the readi readiness
ness readiness of the Alsatians to adopt French
ideas and education to the fact that
they have in part Realized their dream
of being rejoined to France. At any
rate, it is a patent fact that, although
they are still within sound of the
German guns, everybody in the re
conquered territory at present speaks
French. The children at their games
on the streets use nothing but French
expressions. Workmen and work
women going to and from the factor
ies and while engaged there rarely-
and then only in the case of elderly
people who cannot change their life
long habits utter a word in anything
except French. In the cafes and ho hotels
tels hotels and in the stores French is every everywhere
where everywhere used, while in the churches the
sermons are now preached in French
Bandits Last Night Dynamited Safe
of the Hagerman, Texas,
Sherman, Texas, Dec. 29. Robbers
dynamited the safe of the Hagerman
State Bank at Hagerman, Texas, last
night, escaping with $5,000.
M 0 RE MAXWELLS
Another Dozen of those Reliable and
Classy Cars Has
The Maxwell agency received at
noon today via Palatka and the Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha Valley railroad two huge Mich Michigan
igan Michigan Central steel automobile cars,
something never seen in Ocala before,
each double-decked and containing
six Maxwell automobiles. The Max
well service force is busily engaged
in unloading the cars, more than half
of which are already sold.
The Ocala agency ordered forty forty-eight
eight forty-eight Maxwells shipped out during
this month, taking advantage of the
present low price and the last of the
sixty-inch tread cars, but the factory
will be unable to make shipment of so
IDEAL WILL BE OPEN
The Ideal restaurant, which has for
the past year been conducted by Mr.
and Mrs. J. F Pelot on South Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street opposite the courthouse,
changed hands today, Mrs. Mary
Basha having purchased it. It will be
under the management of Mr. S.
It is now quite a narrow room, but
the partition will be moved to the
center of the building which will
make quite a comfortable restaurant,
allowing an abundance 4 of room for
two roms of tables instead of one, as
in the past.
The Ideal will be kept open nights
until 12 o'clock, and the new manage management
ment management will make a specialty of serving
oysters in every known style.
OCALA TO HAVE A
Woman's Club to Put On
Entertainment for 1917
Ocala is to have the pleasure of en
joying four very good lyceum num
bers the coming season. These at
tractions 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 included
cluded included in the four more reasonable
numbers, so the holders of the sea season
son season tickets will be gainers by buying
the season ticket.
The price of a single, season ticket,
which includes all four of the very
fine attractions is $2; price of a dou
ble ticket, $3.50.
Now, if you want to give some one
a good time as well as yourself, just
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.
MAXWELL AT A BARGAIN
I have a 1916 Maxwell car "with ev
ery equipment, in first class condition.
Time on part payment if desired. R.
R. Carroll. 12-27-t.
14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries on Sat
urday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
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
and Doll Sets of hat, cape and
HAIR GOODS and
Affleck Millinery Parlor
Opposite Gerig's Drug Store
Ocala House Block
OCA LA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
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.' Even a wise man doesn't always
know when he has enough of a good
Every Marion county farmer should
make a New Year resolution to plant
Jacksonville. The farmers of the
state, however, will be as well able to
secure money from Columbia as they
would have from Jacksonville.
The German response to President
Wilson's note proves to be a request
for an immediate conference of dele
There are now at least two and a gates of the belligerents in a neutral
half times as many American sailors
as there were when the war began.
Nineteen-seventeen will begin on
Monday, and by that same token,
most of us will have to work hard all
Two years ago, only the far-sighted
believed the war would last another
year. Today, the most farsighted
can't see the end of it.
It is rather surprising to read in
the dispatches that President Wilson
is 60 years of age. To the country,
he seems much younger.
city. No word is said of th6 sort of
peace that would be acceptable, to
Germany, and there is no allusion to
the determination of the Allies to
procure restitution and reparation for
the past. Washington is deeply dis
appointed, and the belief is expressed
that the Berlin answer reduces still
further the chance of peace coming
out of the present agitation.
If President Wilson secures the
Nobel prize for stopping this war, it
would take a prize of noble propor proportions
tions proportions to reward his performance.
If the Kentuckians on the border
can shoot as well as their ancestors
could, Mexicans who try to snipe
them are playing a losing game.
Germany has rented the banquet
hall at The Hague and spread a feast
of crow for the allies. How her feel feelings
ings feelings will be hurt if they all send re regrets.
The Kentucky guardsmen at El
Paso who fired several hundred shots
into Mexico had a Christmas celebra celebration
tion celebration that would have rejoiced the
heart of a small boy.
The Ocala Star says that "lots of
people in this world have lived too
long." Correct; and some who lived
too long are not thirty years old. If
even half of those who spend their
days in idleness, living on the earn
ings of workers, were killed at once,
there would be increased prosperity
and contentment in the land. Punta
Anybody could tell by the forego foregoing
ing foregoing that Brother Jordan is not less
than sixty years young.
It is evident by the menu printed
elsewhere that our boys on the border
were .well cared for at their Christ Christmas
mas Christmas day dinner., A number of the
soldiers sent their menu cards to rel relatives
atives relatives and friends at home. The
cards are very handsome, and will be
treasured as souvenirs. '.
U. S. Controller Williams declares
that the resources of the national
banks of America have increased
over four billion dollars in the last
two years. r
In spite of their minority in the
House of Representatives, the demo democrats
crats democrats are united and may re-elect
Champ Clark speaker. The republi republicans,
cans, republicans, on the other hand, are divided
and their plurality is not likely to do
them much good.
,'Jn electing Miss Agnes Ellen Har Harris
ris Harris its president, the state teachers'
association gives a practical boost to
equal suffrage and also accords a de deserved
served deserved honor to a lady whose charm
and talent is acknowledged all over
American business men who have
been investigating Russia are inclin inclined
ed inclined to believe that country will be one
of the greatest markets in the world
for goods from this country when
the war ends.
An argument against stamping cold
storage eggs is that the shells might
impart an ink flavor to such coffee as
they may be used to settle. If they
stay in storage long enough they' will
impart a flavor to which ink would be
a welcome relief.
Senator Fletcher's enemies will ex exult
ult exult over the fact that he was unable
to secure the -farmers' loan bank for
It is strange that most of the war
feeling in this country is in the sea sea-coast
coast sea-coast states, which would be exposed
to attack, while the comparatively
protected interior seems to be for
peace at any price.
profusely illustrated, were published
by most of the papers, and genuine
sorrow was displayed generally at
London's death. No other contempor contemporaneous
aneous contemporaneous American author was as pop popular
ular popular and widely read in Sweden as
Jack London. Twenty-four of his
stories have appeared in translation
since 1907, and sales have reached
nearly 230,000. London once told his
Swedish publisher, according to the
latter's statement, that, considering
population, his books were more
widely read in Sweden than anywhere
SPECIAL MEETING OF BOARD
OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
A committee of the general staff of
the army is drafting to submit to
Congress a bill for universal service'
that would keep always half a mill
ion men in service with a reserve of
2,500,000. It is a good bill and a nec
essary bill, but there is very little
chance of its becoming a law.
Legislator Light, who was in town
yesterday, is enthusiastic over the
farmers' loan system. He say? the
farmers of his immediate section can
make up at least $100,000, and those
who know Reddick are sure he isn't
Delectable Dinner Served Marion
County Boys at Laredo
menu is as
(Special Correspondence of the Star)
.Laredo, Dec. 26. The one way to
make a soldier happy is to-give him
a good meal. Under the supervision
of Sergeant Gates, Cooks Jimmie Mil
ler and Lawton Sims and Corporal
Miller a Christmas dinner fit for the
kings Was. served. The
Cream of Chicken Soup
Stuffed Olives Tomato Catsun
Roast Young Turkey
Cranberry Sauce Oyster Dressing
Creamed Potatoes, Early June Peas
Baked Sweet Potatoes
N- Roast Leg of Lamb
Baked Apples Sage Dressing
Waldorf Salad .
Chocolate Layer Cake
Cocoanut Layer Cake
it is proDaDie mat tne center o
population argument settled the loca
tion of the farmers' loan bank in Co
lumbia. While that town is far from
the geographical middle of its dis
trict, it is probably quite close to the
It is reported that Catts will no
appoint either Justice R. F. Taylor
or Gen. J. Clifford R. Foster, both of
whom are nominees of the primary,
Gen. Foster is probably the most ef efficient
ficient efficient adjutant general the state has
The news of the deaths of Emperor
Francis Joseph Joseph and of Jack
Lionaon was received in Sweden at-
the same time, and more space was
given in the Swedish newspapers to
the American author than to the Aus
man emperor. Long biographies
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We have among our "trade ins" One Ford
Roadster in perfect condition, with brand new
tires, guaranteed to be in A-l shape throughout.
Three Touring Cars These range in price
from $175 to $225.
We are prepared to sell on payments if desired.
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First Sergeant F. B. C. Cook acted
as toastmaster. and with his little
"dog" whistle introduced the speakers
of the day. Private Gunn, the first,
toasted the fruit packers who joined
the army to "see the world," which
called for much applause.
To honor our guests from New
Hampshire, Sergeant Thompson,, the
tallest man in the army, called the
company to attention, but took his
seat "promptly" when Missouri Man Manning
ning Manning tooted "Down and Out Slim
At the conclusion of the dinner
Sergeant Gates was called on for a
speech and with every man at "port
wine" Sergeant Gates said : "We're
in the Army Now!"
The only thing .that marred the oc
casion was the absence of Croton
Hardee, Horace Charles, Roscoe Hil Hilton
ton Hilton and Julius Freeman, who are in
the post hospital, but we are glad to
say are getting along nicely.
HAS FOR PRESIDENT
MISS AGNES ELLEN HARRIS
Association of Teachers at Arcadia
Elect Lady as Their Presiding
(Special to the Star)
Arcadia, Dec. 28. The association
organized last night as per program.
Officers elected were as follows:
Miss Agnes Ellen Harris, president
W. H. Williams, vice president.
R. L. Turner, secretary.
J. H. Brinson, treasurer.
j K. W. Van Brunt, E. L. Robinson,
Miss Inge Helseth, executive com
At Day tona Next Year
Daytona will be the next meeting
There is a magnificent display of
association political fireworks. Mr. J.
H. Workman is presiding over the
present session. There is a lanre at
Marion county is represented by
Supt. Brinson, R. F. Connor, Miss
Lulu Doke, Ocala; T. J. Clyatt, Fel
lowship; G. C. Flanders, Sparr; E. A.
Clayton, Fort McCoy.
EX-CONVICT WILL SPEAK
AT TE31PLE THEATER
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 26, 1916.
Pursuant to a call from the chair chairman
man chairman and secretary of the board of
public instruction the board met at
its office on the above date with all
members present and acting, as fol follows:
lows: follows: G. S. Scott, chairman, B. R.
Blitch and J. S. Graham, members,
and Superintendent J. II. Brinson,
The purpose of the special meeting
was stated as follows: Referring to
the action of the board on Dec. 5,
1916, in designating the Commercial
Bank of Ocala, the Bank of Dunnellon
and the First State Bank of Mcintosh
as depositories under the law for the
public school funds of Marion county
and fixing the bonds required of each
one, the board had been notified that
neither the Mcintosh bank nor the
Dunnellon bank would qualify under
the law as a depository, thus leaving
none but the Commercial Bank of
Ocala that proposed to make the nec
ersary bond. Since the three banks
had been duly designated at the pre
vious meeting as depositories it re
quired official action to change the
previous action or to complete the ac
tion already taken.
It being necessary under the law
that the board should keep its own ac
counts with the depository and with
all the separate school funds, Mr.
John M. Graham, the present treas
urer, oy invitation, met with the
board and dfscussed the work to be
undertaken. He agreed to take care
of all the work pertaining to the ac
counts of the board with the deposi
tories and make full reports of the
same to 'the board for $37.50 per
By appointment, Mr. D. C. Stiles
Jr., cashier of the Commercial Bank,
called and discussed with the board
the matter of the amount and nature
of the bond to be given by the bank
as a depository for the school funds.
The original amount of bond decided
upon by the board was $30,000 to be
given by all the depositories together,
but as his bank was the only one at
the present time proposing to qualify,
he objected to-making a fixed bond
for that amount upon the ground that
there would be a very much less
amount on deposit most of the time.
He proposed to make a bond covering
the amount on deposit and to change
the amount of bond as the balances
on deposit changed. The question as
to whether a bond could be made for
a definite amount and the premiums
be paid upon the average deposits was
freely discussed and Jacksonville of offices
fices offices consulted and it was claimed
that this could not be done.
Upon invitation, Mr. G. W. Neviile,
cashier of the 'Bank of Dunnellon,
called, and noon having .arrived ?the
board adjourned to meet at 1 p. m.
The board met pursuant to adjourn
ment with all members present and
acting. Mr. Neville appeared and ex expressed
pressed expressed a desire to have his bank
designated one of the depositories.
It was agreed that the position
taken by the banks in regard to not
paying for bonds in excess of the de
posits carried was a reasonable posi
tion, and that it would be allowed. In
the meantime the chairman of the
board wired to a fidelity bonding com
pany of Baltimore to ascertain if it
would issue a bond for a maximum
fixed amount and allow the premiums
to be paid upon the average balances
for the year. ;
It appearing that nothing further
could be done in regard to the bonding
matter at this time it was agreed for
the Dunnellon Bank to make applica
tion for bond for an equitable amount
of the funds and as the Commercial
Bank already had bonds for $15,000,
the bonds would be approved by the
board at its regular meeting on Mon
day, January 1, 1917. The matters
of the details were left with the
chairman and secretary with power to
The secretary called the attention
of the board to a number of schools
that were not making the averages
prescribed by the board for a certain
number of teachers.
In the case of the Blitchton school
it was found that with he present
number in attendance it would be im
possible to make the required average
of seven. It appearing that the pres present
ent present month would close the six months
of the county term it was agreed that
if the necessary number could not be
maintained under the county regula
tlons the matter of operating the
sch6ol would be left to the trustees of
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teacher would be paid from district
The last report of the Citra school
was presented and also a letter from
the principal. It appeared from the
report that the average was consid
erably less than that required to
maintain four teachers and it was
ordered that one teacher be discon discontinued
tinued discontinued unless the trustees would pay
the salary from district funds.
The average of the Pedro school
being less than that required for three
teachers it was ordered that one
teacher be discontinued unless the
trustees would agree to pay her sal
ary from district funds for the time
taught from now on when the aver
age wass less than 65.
In the case of Fairfield the
condition appeared and the
order was made.
In the case of Kendrick the report
showed the average very slightly be-
ow that required for two teachers
and it was agreed to continue both
heir teachers with the same under
Resignation of Miss Helen Thorn Thorn-on,
on, Thorn-on, teacher of Fantville school, was
presented and accepted and upon rec
ommendation of the trustees, Mis3
Mollie Nogel. was appointed to finish
No further business appearing, the
board adjourned to meet in regular
and final session on Monday, January
1, 1917. J. H. Brinson, Sec'y.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS
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day, Thursday, Jan. 4.
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Engagement of Miss von Engelken
Dr. and Mrs. L. H. von Engelken
announce the engagement of their
daughter Marie Jeanette, to Dr.
Joseph William Rowntree of Toronto,
Canada, and Chicago. Dr. Rowntree
at the present time holds the position
of roentgenologist to Rush Medical
College and the Presbyterian hospital
of Chicago. No date has as yet been
set for the wedding, which will prob probably
ably probably take place in Chicago.
Miss von Engelken has a host of
friends here who will read with inter interest
est interest of her engagement.
"Miss von Engelken will arrive in
Ocala about the fifteenth of January
and will spend several months with
her .parents, Dr. and Mrs. L. H. von
Engelken. She is a most lovely young
lady, whose life has ben useful as
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A Christmas Party
A most unique and pleasant affair
of the week was a Dickens party giv given
en given by Mrs. M. M. Little to all her near
neighbor girl friends yesterday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. ;
The decorations were most Chrjst Chrjst-masy,
masy, Chrjst-masy, and each guest, named from a
character in Dickens' works, received
a souvenir program with the follow following
ing following numbers:
Instrumental selection, Little Nell
(Miss Fannie Carlisle.
Vocal selection, Agnes Wickfield
(Miss Irma Blake).
Remarks by Marley's Ghost (Miss
Minnie Lee Carlisle).
Piano duet, Betsy Trotwood and
Belinda Crotchet (Miss Marguerite
Edwards and Miss Margaret Little).
Dickens' Christmas Tree Vision,
Little Dorrit (Miss Katherine Strunk).
Piano and violin duet, Belinda and
Peter Crotchet (Miss Margaret and
The Crotchet's Christmas, Joe Mil
ler (Miss Katherine Livingston).
Then came the Christmas tree., the
fondest of our early recollections,
with "horns of plenty," filled with
fruit and flowers distributed by "the
giant," who was none other than Dex Dexter
ter Dexter Phillips, as Santa Claus.
The game of Yes and No was play played
ed played as in the days of Scrooge himself
and a toast was given to his memory
since after his visit from the ghost,
he had been an angel of mercy at
Mrs. Little, as Mrs. Crotchet then
served hot chocolate in half a quar quartern
tern quartern cups with twelve cakes and Nor Norfolk
folk Norfolk Biffins "in the" great compactness
of their juicy persons urgently en entreating
treating entreating and beseeching to be carried
home in paper bags and eaten next
Miss Avalee Edwards was also
present with her Christmas guest,
Miss Mamie, Shepherd.
Dickens' Christmas Carol was de delightfully
lightfully delightfully presented and discussed,
each guest entering into the real
spirit of the occasion, and with' Tiny
Tim giving expression to same in the
words "God Bless Us, Every One."
There will be no service at Grace
Episcopal church on Sunday next,
Dec. 31st, but Sunday school as usual.
The Ocala public library wishes to
thank Mr. George Martin for five
volumes of Jules Verne, and Robert
Spencer for seven volumes of Boy
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Miss Elizabeth Hocker Hostess
This afternoon at the home of her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Hock Hocker,
er, Hocker, Miss Elizabeth Hocker will enter entertain
tain entertain three tables of rook compliment complimenting
ing complimenting Miss Catherine Henry of Lake
Weir, who will arrive this afternoon
to be her guest until Sunday.
The living room where the tables
are arranged is attractively decorated
with holly, mistletoe and poinsettas.
Miss Hocker will present the honoree
a box of candy.
The scores will be kept on hand hand-painted
painted hand-painted cards with Christmas decora decorations,
tions, decorations, the work of the hostess. After
the games Misses Margaret Hocker
and Virginia Neely will serve chicken
salad, mint jelly with candied fruit,
toasted cheese sandwiches, wafers,
salted almonds, hot chocolate with
whipped cream and cake.
Those playing with this charming
hostess and her guest are Misses
Elizabeth Bennett, Ethel Home, Ul Ul-laine
laine Ul-laine Barnett, Carita Camp, Rhoda
Thomas, Lucille Gissendaner, Ruth
Howell, Annie Rooney, Mary .Lane
and Willie May Lang. They will be
joined for refreshments by Miss Net Nettie
tie Nettie Camp and her guest, Miss Louise
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M. A. Club
The members of the M. A. Club and
Mrs. E. J. Mills-Price spent a most
enjoyable afternoon yesterday with
Miss Minnie Gamsby. Mrs. Mills Mills-price
price Mills-price won the prize, a lovely hand hand-embroidered
embroidered hand-embroidered guest towel. Miss Gams Gamsby
by Gamsby served her guests tea, turkey sand sandwiches,
wiches, sandwiches, cheese straws, Christmas
cake and candy. Mrs. F. T. Schreiber
will entertain the club next week.
Miss Eleanor Tremere of Belleview
is giving a theater party tonight at
the Temple in honor of her cousin,
Miss Wharfield, of Gainesville, Ga.,
who is her guest during the holidays.
Those present will be Miss Tremere,
her father, Mr. C. A. Tremere, Mr.
and Mrs. Nelson, Mr. J. E. Tremere,
Miss Wharfield and Miss Minnie Tre Tremere.
mere. Tremere. ;.. ;..-Story
Story ;..-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. D. M. Smith will tell bird
stories tomorrow afternoon at 3:30
o'clock in the lecture room of the pub public
lic public library.
Mrs. H. H. McDonald of Memphis,
Tenn., arrived in the city f yesterday
for a visit to her son, Mr. J. D. Mc
Donald. .This is Mrs. McDonald's
hird visit to Ocala, and her friends
will be glad to know that she expects
tc remain several weeks.
Miss Carolyn Miller will arrive this
afternoon from St. Petersburg, to be
the guest of Mrs. R. S. Hall until
Tuesday. Miss Miller has many
friends here, made on her visit last
summer to Miss Sue Moore.
m m m
Misses Katherine and Mildred
Pyles will be guests of Mrs. E. C.
Bennett tonight at Coburn's min minstrels.
strels. minstrels. 4
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Mr. and Mrs. C. L. West have nam
ed their pretty little daughter Muriel
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Mr. Morris Smith who has been the
uest of Dr. and Mrs. D. M. Smith
lor several days, leaves today for
Dr. Phillip E. Chazal left this aft
ernoon for his home in Charleston,
after a short visit to Mr .and Mrs. L.
Iw. Chazal and family.
Mrs. R. S. Hall, Miss Beulah Hall
end Miss Lillian Thomasson and
Messrs. Earl and Robert Hall will- re
turn today from a short trip to De-Land.
Miss Irene Gardner is expected this
afternoon from Palatka to be the
guest of Mrs. H. H. McDonald at the
Arms House until next Tuesday.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
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 fop
and BOYS. Let us show you this line.
1 U m 1 O T1
NEW SPRING GARDEN SEED
, NOW IN STOCK
Also Flower and Feld Seeds
CHOICEST DRUGS AND DRUG
AH Mail Orders Carefully and
TYDINGS & COMPANY
Druggist and Seedsmen
Ocala, Florida. Telephone Nol 30
Iclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAU1ERS
PHONES 47. 104, 305
Seed oats, seea rye ana rape seed.
for fall planting. Ocala Seed Store, tf
Quality, Fair Prices
and Honest Business
We Give Our Pat Patrons
rons Patrons Service by Car Carrying
rying Carrying Goods Wanted
PERSON is known by the company he
keens. So is a grocery wagon. Watch our
wagons and you will see them stop at the best
houses in town. That means we are giving a
SUPERIOR SERVICE and the HIGHEST POSSI POSSIBLE
BLE POSSIBLE QUALITYYOUR QUALITY.
What we are doing for others we can do for
you TRY US.
SOME OF THE GOOD THINGS TO EAT FOUND HERE
Walnuts, Almonds, Brazil Nuts, Pecans, Shelled Almonds, Heinz Fig Pudding Plum Pudding,
Pudding Sauce, Fruit Cakes in I, 2, 2'2 and 5 pounds. Famous Stone's Fruit Cakes in pounds.
Stuffed Figs, and Dates in glass jars, Assorted Glace Cherries, Figs, Layer Raisins, Fancy Cluster
Raisins, Fancy Cranberries, Cranberry Sauce, Popping Corn, Mince Meat in bulk, Heinz Mince
Meat in pound tins aitd glass, Edam Cheese, Imperial Roquefort, McLaren's Imperial Cheese,
Deviled Cheese, Neufchatel Cheese, Philadelphia Cream Cheese, Pineapple 'Cheese, Swiss Cheese,
Gorgonzola Cheese, Brie Cheese, Cheddar Cheese, Cheshire Cheese, Camembert Cheese, Krauter Krauter-kase,
kase, Krauter-kase, Crystallized Ginger, Preserved Ginger, Maraschino' Cherries, Currant Jelly, Bar-le-Duc Red
and White Currant Jelly, Mrs, Kidd's Pin Money Pickles, Heinz Sweet Midget Gherkins, Brand's
A-l Sauce, House of Parliament Sauce, Mushroom Catsup, Oyster Cocktail Sauce, Harvey's Sauce
(English), Chili Sauce, Boiled Cider. ;
Other good things to eat: German Salomi, Cervelat, Boiled Ox Tongue, Boiled Ham, Sliced
Dried Beef, Dutch Herring, all Milchners, Fat Juicy Mackerel, Scotch Herring, Frankfurter
Sausage in glass, Pickled Lamb's Tongues in glass, Minced Ham, Boneless Pigs' Feet in Jelly.
The following in glass: Bismark Herring, Imported Spiced Sardines, Rollmops, Norwegian An Anchovies
chovies Anchovies and Spiced Salmon, Codfish Waffles in pound bricks, Lobsters, Shrimp, Deviled Crabs, Rus Russian
sian Russian Caviar, Mushrooms, French Peas, Kippered Herring in Tomato Sauce, Little Neck Clams, Cod Codfish
fish Codfish Balls in tin, Chicken Tamales, Chili Con Came, Enchilades, Capers, French Maroons, Burnt
Onion Sauce, Kitchen Bouquet, Bloater Paste, Anchovie Paste, East India Chutney, Bengal Club
Chutney, 'Imperial Relish, Etc.
Take advantage of these CASH specials, they are worth your while arid
are. good for
ilH nn T1 A' fl
laif Thiol m dm t otf
STi fl 11 iATk
ti II II II lliil 'J .U II I i E3BBQ
WHITE BACONSmall sides and lean cuts 1
per pound X OC
SMOKED BACON ENDS Fine for boiling 1 Q
or frying, per pound v
' LARD COMPOUND The very highest f n
grade, per pound Xvt
KINGAN'S RELIABLE HAMS The finest Of
QUALITY, per pound ............ .i C
This is one the best Flours we have offered you. We guarantee every, bag. If
it fails to give entire satisfaction we will gladly return your money without a
question. V V V '
12-lb. Bags 65c 24-lb. Bags. $1.30 96-lb. Bags $5.00
GREEN cbFFEE The kind you usual usually
ly usually pay 25c for, per pound.
BULK ROASTED COFFEE A 25c val val-'
' val-' ue, per. pound
CANNED GUAVAS 30c tins, heavy sy- 07
rup, no seeds, per t;n i I
BROWNIE TABLE PEACHES 25c tins, at OO
per tin .............. iV
ROYAL SCARLET TABLE PEACHES Q -I -S5c
tins at, per tin t..... t
VICTORY SWEET CORN No. 2 tins at
RED LABEL SWEET CORN No. 2 tins,
at per tin
OLNEY'S SPICED PUMPKIN 20c tins
ready for the pie, per tin ...... . .
BAKED BEANS Medium tins Bull Head f
Baked Beans with pork and sauce, tin ....
WALKER'S TABLE PEACHES No. 1 tins
sliced and fine for deserts, per tin
ROBIN HOOD TABLE PEACHES 30c tins Q7 -at
per tin 1. C
SWEET GARDEN PEAS 20c tins Curtice 7
Brothers' Sweet Garden Peas, per tin. . A C
TOM THUM PEAS 20c tins, sweet and
tender, per tin ........-
ROYAL SCARLET TINY PEAS 25c OOjL
tins, the smallest peas packed, per tin. C
ROBIN HOOD SWEET CRINKLED
PEAS 20c tins, per tin. .... .'
OLNEY'S PORK AND BEANS 15c tins
OLNEY'S PORK AND BEANS 20c tins
at per tin
eJELJLIES, SAUCES, eJAMIS
ROYAL SALAD DRESSING 25c glass
at per glass
ROYAL SALAD DRESSING 50c glass
at per glass.
SNYDER'S OYSTER COCKTAIL SAUCE
25c glass, at per glass
SMITH'S PURE GUAVA JELLY 206 glass
at per glass
APPLE JELLY 15c glass Bob White Apple j f
Jelly X compound),' per glass. .". A U C
ROYAL SCARLET PURE FRUIT JAMS 25c glass,
Pineapple, Damson, White Cherry Apri- OO OO-cot
cot OO-cot and Blackberry, per glass .......... C
CURTICE BROTHERS FRUIT JAMS 25c glass
in Raspberry Pineapple and Damson, OA
at ner class 5C
OLD VIRGINIA APPLE MARMALADE
15c glasses at.
HAMMER SOAP, per cake. 3c
HOUSEHOLD AMMONIA 10c bottles at. ... 8c
HOUSEHOLD AMMONIA, 25c bottles at. 21c
NO. 1 LAMP CHIMNEYS, each ....4C
NO. 2 LAMP CHIMNEYS, each. 8c
WASHING POWDER, Light House brand, pkg. 4c
10c Packages KRINKLE CORN FLAKES, per pkg. 7c
CALIFORNIA PURE OLIVE OIL SYLMAIt BRAND
50c tins for 40c $1.00 tins for 85c $2.00 tins for $1.60
We are here to serve you. The more we serve you
the less we disappoint you.
PHONES-16 and 174
' J I iiiMiLiiim i in iwiiiiii.1.1 in j. I
t I, M.nm;.,,!- FOR
LADIES' SUITS, SKIRTS and COATS.
GENTS OVERCOATS and SUITS and
PRESS ON A HOFFMAN PRESS
OCALA STEAM LAUNDRY.
W (Q) dD III)
OAK or PINE Any Length
' Griffin- & Son
OCALA EVENING STAR. FRIDAY, DECEMBER 29, 1916
1 SOU HIS
The January Victor records are
now in at The Book Shop. Call and
Mr. J. A. Coburn of Coburn's min min-strels
strels min-strels is renewing cheerful acquaint acquaintance
ance acquaintance with hi3 many Ocala friends.
"Cobe" seems just like home folks.
(Continued from Third Page)
There are a number of splendid
selections among the January Victor
records just received at The Book
Shop. Call and hear them. 3t
Everybody is glad to see that pop popular
ular popular young man, Lester Lucas, of Co Co-burn's
burn's Co-burn's minstrels, who makes his home
in Ocala half the year and is missed
the other half.
Mr. W. B. Gallagher has returned
from his Christmas visit to Tampa, to
the joy of his Ocala friends, for the
town seems kinder lonesome when
Billy is away.
Cobuin's minstrel band, with its
fine music and classy uniforms, at attracted
tracted attracted much attention on the square
at noon today.
After several days of sickness, Mr.
L. P. Wilson of the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss National Bank, is able to be at
his post again.
County Judge Smith, this morning,
united in marriage Miss Carrie Jur Jur-ney
ney Jur-ney to Mr. R. A. Pechin. The bride is
a very pretty girl, yet in her teens,
and the groom a good-looking and
clever young farmer. They are from
Shady and will make their home on
the farm of Mr. J. T. Adams, with
whom Mr. Pechin has a position.
.Crane's and other high class writ
ing paper in boxes or by the pound
with envelopes to match. A gift that
will be appreciated by everyone. The
Court Pharmacy. tf
Thieves last night entered the hom&
of Mr. J. W. Crosby and took $20
from the pocket of his pants, which he
left on a chair, instead of using them
for a pillow as newspaper men do. We
are sorry for Mr. Crosby, but we
can't understand how he had $20 left
14' lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
Lingering Coughs are Dangerous
Get rid of that, tickling cough that
Keeps you awake 'at night and drains
your vitality and energy. Dr. .King's
New Discovery is a pleasant balsam
remedy, antiseptic, laxative and
promptly effective. It soothes the ir irritated
ritated irritated membrance and kills the cold
germs; your cough is soon relieved.
Delay is dangerous cpt fir. TTino-'c
New Discovery at once. For nearly
imy years it nas been the favorite
remedy for grip, croup, coughs and
cold3. Get a bottle today at your
druggist, 50c. 3
Under New Management
The Best Meats and Vegetables to be
Had Served at all Times
REGULAR MEALS, or
A La CARTE SERVICE
OYSTERS A SPECIALTY
Fill. BASHA, Prop.
S DEMETRE, Manager
West of Court House, Between Deme Deme-tre
tre Deme-tre and Carlisle
Reception to Missionary Society of the
Mrs. W. T. Gary, entertained the
Missionary Society of which she is the
president at a delightful reception
yesterday afternoon. The house was
most attractively decorated with
qvantities of poincettas and ferns.
The regular program was given be before
fore before the reception. Mrs. S. A. Stand Stand-ley
ley Stand-ley and Mrs. J. Y. Purvis led the de devotional
votional devotional service. Mrs. Perry read her
annual report and announced that the
Union had reached the "Standard of
Excellence" for the Woman's Mission Missionary
ary Missionary Unions of the Southern Baptist
Convention, and this is what the so society
ciety society has been working for.
The subject for the afternoon was
China, and several delightful readings
were given. Mrs. Perry read "What
An American Saw in Asia", Mrs. Iz Iz-lar
lar Iz-lar read an article about Cornelia
Bonnell's school in China; Mrs. Bun Bun-yan
yan Bun-yan Stephens, "Telling The Happy
ScQnd Story," and Mrs. Carter, "The
Story of Our Christmas Offering."
Mrs. Will Goin and Miss Marguerite
Porter sang a lovely duet.
Mrs. Gary's mother, Mrs. W. F
Yocum gave several piano selections
and they were greatly enjoyed. Miss
es Marguerite Porter and Mabel Aik
en also played.
In the dining room delicious punch
was served by Mrs. W. A. Goin and
Mrs. W. T. Whitley. The dining
room was decorated with Christmas
colors, and the table had a huge bowl
of red roses and silver candle sticks
held red tapers.
Misses Mabel Aiken and Irma and
Gertie Brigance served turkey salad
with cranberry jelly and saltines.
A quiet but beautiful wedding was
solemnized on Saturday evening at
6:30 o'clock at the home of the bride's
parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. T. Anderson
134 East First street, whejn Miss
Grace Rae Snyder and Mr. Evan Gra-
dick Pattishall were united in mar
The ceremony was performed by
Dr. J. B. French, pastor of the First
Presbyterian church. The house was
artistically decorated in a color
scheme of red and green, emphasiz
ing the joyous Christmas tide, and
palms and cut flowers were used in
Prior to the entrance of the bridal
party beautiful wedding music was
rendered by Miss Bertha Foster,
piano; Miss ) Patton, violin and Mrs.
Louise T. Berini and Miss Laura Mc
Grath, voice, these artists all being
from the School of -Musical Art, of
which the bride was a member.
Only relatives and a few friends
were present. The bride is a most
charming young woman and a musi musician
cian musician of recognized ability. She is a
grand-daughter of, the late Dr. E. B.
Snyder, former pastor of Snyder Me
Promptly at 6 :30 o'clock the bride
entered the drawing room on the arm
of her grandfather, Mr. R. A. Green,
by whom she was giveri in marriage.
She wore a stunning blue velvet coat
suit, beaded Georgette crepe blouse,
hat of silver lace and gray gloves and
shoes. Her only ornament was a dia
mond 'and pearl lavalliere, the gift of
the groom. She carried an arm bou bouquet
quet bouquet of bride's roses. Her only at attendant
tendant attendant was her sister, Miss Laura
May Snyder, who was charming in a
girlish frock of blue and white satin,
with pearl trimmings, Her flowers
were pink carnations. The groom had
as his best man his brother, Mr. Al
bert Pattishall, of DeLand.
An informal reception was held fol
lowing the ceremony and a delicious
buffet supper consisting of salads,
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- a Himr Smif fahinr U U U II
Bigger and Better than Ever Before. Advanced to the
Front in Minstrelcy
.6 Big Minstrel Vaudivjlle Acts S
Ford Mack & Simmons, Lynch & Boyne, Marvelous "TOLEDO" Lester
Lucas, Eddie Clifford, Ragapation Quartette, Sensational "Bump" Act.
STARTLING NEW ACTS, GORGEOUS SCENIC DISPLAY, NEW
SONGS, NEW JOKES
MILLIONAIRE HUNT GLUB "IN INDIA
' ; On MH ; Jllk all
On Sale at the Court Pharmacy
TOURING CAR or ROADSTER
1 A t ., V V. -; v A. :
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S.. -.s C.J-' Vt ,T i
MAXWELL S-PASSENGER TOUR II G CAR
,N JANUARY 1st, the .OMxamtt factorv will advance
Price to $675.00 for the Roadster, and $690.00 for the Tour
ing Car DELIVERED IN OGALA.
This advance is made necessary by
the increased cost of raw materials and
labor and is being done by almost every
automobile manufacturer in the United
ALL CAMS TO BE 56-IMCi TREAD
All automobile manufacturers in
the United States, after December 31st,
will ship only. 56-inch treads.
i mm afar miim nwiifir if-iri'nrr in f.
The UaUlXuTeil Agency has plenty of
60 inch cars in stock. The present prices :
Touring Car - $650.00
Roadster - $635.00
delivered in Ocala, will hold good until
the stock on hand is exhausted.
If you are not ready today for a
car place the order and make a deposit
on one of these cars. Remember this
is your last chance at the 60-inch tread
and the old price on the cars.
Our selling plan is an easy one. If
you have only part of the money, we
will supply the remainder.
R. R. CARROLL, Proprietor.
PHONES 376, 355, 51 and 265
ices,1 cakes and coffee was served.
The bridal couple left for points in
Tennessee and Georgia and upon their
return will be at home to their friends
at 134 East First street.
The groom is a valued employee of
the Jacksonville postoffice and is a
young man of sterling character. He
has many friends who will congratu congratulate
late congratulate him on winning so charming a
bride. The wedding presents were
many and beautiful. The out-of-town
guests included: Mr. and Mrs. R. A.
Green, Mrs. H. H. Pattishall, Miss
Georgia Pattishall, Miss Blanche Pat Pattishall,
tishall, Pattishall, Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Miss Marga Margaret;
ret; Margaret; Gerig, Mrs. Begg, Albert Patti Pattishall
shall Pattishall and others. Jacksonivlle Me
Mrs. A. J. Brigance of Flemington
is in the city, visiting her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. H. L.'Cubberly, who has been
the guest of Mrs. Calvin West, re
turned to her home in Flemington
Mr. J. J. Truett, a prominent plant
er of Chipley, Ga., is the guest of Mr.
and Mrs. Walter Hood.
The Ocala friends of Mr. and Mrs.
Seth Woodruff of Orlando will be in interested
terested interested to know they celebrated their
thirtieth anniversary last night with
a large reception given at their lovely
new home on Lake Lucerne.
Mrs. G. W. Bdeth Jr., who has been
the guest of Mrs. C. C. Bailey, will
leave tomorrow for her home in Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Ritchie and son,
W. L. Jr., have returned to Plant
City after spending Christmas with
Mrs. Annie Aikens and family.
Mrs. Roy Anderson and little
daughter who are visiting friends in
Ocala for a few days will return to
their home in Wildwood this after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. m m m
Miss Claudia Wright will arrive
this afternoon from Newburyport,
Mass., to visit Miss Caroline Harriss.
At the Temple tomorrow night will
be the lively play of "Susan Rocks the
Boat," in which Dorothy Gish is the
A large supply of the January Vic Victor
tor Victor records are now. in. Come and
make your selections early. The Book
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too "kirge and none
too small, tf H. W. Tucker.
Cough Medicine for Children
Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsville, N. Y.,
says: "About five years ago when we
were livihg in Garbutt, N. Y., I doc doctored
tored doctored two of my children suffering
from colds with Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy and found it just as, repre represented
sented represented in every way. It promptly
checked their coughing and cured
their colds quicker than anything I
ever used." Obtainable everywhere.
Prescriptions left here are COR CORRECTLY
RECTLY CORRECTLY FILLED and promptly de delivered.
livered. delivered. The Court Pharmacy. 22-tf
When the nervousness is caused by
constipation, as is often the case, you
will get quick relief by taking Cham Chamberlain's
berlain's Chamberlain's Tablets. These tablets also
improve the digestion. Obtainable
Thermos Bottles ard fillers at
Gerigs Drug Store at the standard
WANTED Woman (white or color colored)
ed) colored) to do general housework several
miles in the country. Apply at Car
ter's Bakery, Ocala, Fla. 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,
WANTED One thousand cords of 4 4-fcot
fcot 4-fcot pine wood. Apply to Electric
Light Department, Ocala, Fla. 6-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
Nomination Blank stSoi000
Nominations will be held strictly confidential. Only one blank will
be accepted for any one member.
IT AM 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..
Each member may send in as many of these as he r she can get.
GOOD UNTIL DECEMBER 31st
Every-) ) Vjr g&LjA. Mm
II 'fwrf If
S;s tit f i fa y- m
Deliciovi a.ivSc Refr csKr.'
s 5"ure "to pleac
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JANUARRY 9, 1917
FAST MORNING TRAIN
JACKSONVILLE to CHICAGO and ST. LOUIS
Lv. JACKSONVILLE. .9:15 A. M. I j Ar. JACKSONVILLE 7:30 P. M.
Observation Cars, Compartment Cars, Standard Sleepers, Dining Cars.
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
Good for Constipation
Chamberlain's Tablets are excellent
for constipation. They are pleasant
to take and mild and gentle in effecti
Constipation Makes You Dull)
That draggy, listless, oppressed
feeling generally results from consti constipation.
pation. constipation. The intestines are clogged
and the blood becomes poisoned. Re Relieve
lieve Relieve this condition at once, with .Dr.
King's New Life Pills; this gentle,
non-griping laxative is quickly effec effective.
tive. effective. A dose at bedtime will make
you feel brighter in the morning1. Ge t
a bottle today at your druggist, 23c. ,j
The Evening star may -always li;J
found on gale at Geris's News Etc re
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