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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Local rains to tonight..
night.. tonight.. Colder north portion; Thurs Thursday
day Thursday partly cloudy.
OCALA, FLORIDA. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12. 1917.
VOL. 24, NO. 2JJ8.

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O CLHLAIO CITY TO

CAMP

(Special to
Washington, Dec. 12. The war de department
partment department contemplates locating a
camp for convalescents in Florida. I
want gome place in my district to
have it. If Ocala wants it, have the
'citizens confer and wire me the best
proposition she can make. Tampa is
offering the fair grounds and build buildings.
ings. buildings. Cant Oca1 furnish the fair
grounds and buildings free and Ocala
House or other large buildirg free or
for a moderate rental. Let me hear
promptly with best proposition.
Frank Clark, M. C.
'
President Gary of the Ocala Board
of Trade calls a meeting of the board
at the board of trade headquarters at
8 o'clock this evening to try to meet
this offer of Mr. Clark's.
This is one of Ocala's opportuni opportunities;
ties; opportunities; let our citizens get together and
take advantage of it.
All Northeast Georgia Covered with
the Fleecy to the Depth of
Three Inches
(Associated Press)
Athens, Ga., Dec. 12. Snow this
morning covers all northeast Georgia
to a depth of three inches.
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county, met in regu regular
lar regular session on Dec. 4th, at its office
with all members present and acting
as follows: G. S. Scott, A. J. Stephens
and C. R. Veal, members, and Supt.
J. H. Brinson, secretary.
The secretary wa3 authorized to
adjust the Lowell district, account
with the county by drawing a war warrant
rant warrant in favor of the county general
school fund upon the Lowell district
for $295 to reimburse the county foi
balance due on building contract that
had been paid by county funds less
$100, the amount received from the
sale of the old school lot and deposit deposited
ed deposited to the credit of the general school
fund.
Mri John T. Lewis, one of the
bondsmen for the county treasurer,
called and explained to the board that
he could not pay his note for $918.95
but would pay the interest of $53.12
if the note could be extended for one
more year. Mr. E H. Martin, attor attorney,
ney, attorney, was called and the matter dis discussed
cussed discussed and it was agreed to alio
this to be done and later in the -day
Mr. Lewis called and paid the amount
and the time was extended for one
year on the note.
The minutes of the regular meeting
on November 6 and 7 were read and
approved as read.
Mr. J. B. Parker and boy called' in
response to a letter from the super superintendent
intendent superintendent in regard to certain depre depredations
dations depredations that had been committed in
and about the Homeland school house
on Hallowe'en night and which were
alleged to have been done by the boy.
The matter was discussed and the
superintendent was directed to write
the trustees of the district and ask
them to secure evidence if possible to
convict the guilty parties and to of offer
fer offer a reward of $25 for evidence suf sufficient
ficient sufficient to convict, this being a stand standing
ing standing offer with reference to trespass trespassing
ing trespassing upon school property.
A petition was presented from the
patrons of the Heidtville school ask asking
ing asking that Mr. Geo. N. Dorr be appoint appointed
ed appointed trustee for the unexpired term of
Mr. J. T. Townsend, resigned. The
appointment was protested against by
Messrs. Strickland and Brass. Also
the matter of paying from the district
funds to Mr. Brass $12 for sending
one child on horseback was discussed
and no action taken at this time.
The board adjourned for noon.
Tuesday Afternoon Session
The board met with all present and
acting.
The matter of appointing Mr. Geo.
M. Dorr as trustees of the Heidtville
school district was taken up and the
secretary was directed to commission

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AUSTRIA LOST
A BATTLESHIP
Italian Submarine Sent One of the
Dual Monarchy's Big Warboats
to the Bottom
(Associated Press)
London, Dec. 12. The Austrian
battleship Wien has been torpedoed.
The Wien was sunk Sunday night, ac according
cording according to a Vienna official statement
received at Amsterdam, forwarded by
the Central News. Most of the crew
were saved. v
The Wien displaced 5512 tons and
had a complement of 441 men.
DEATH MISSED A DATE
He Made No Visit Tuesday to the
Camp Wheeler Hospital
(Associated Press)
Macon, Dec. 12. Although the
weather was rough for Camp Wheeler
soldiers the last two or three days,
and sleet fell last night, there were
no deaths at the base' hospital during
the past twenty-four hours.
him in pursuance of the petition of
patrons presented.
Notice of there being funding cou coupons
pons coupons for $600 due Jan 1 was present presented
ed presented and the amount ordered to be pro provided
vided provided for.
Request of Ida T. McCall for com compensation
pensation compensation for extra responsibility on
account of largely directing Howard
Academy during the illness of the
principal, J. D. McCall, was, refused.
Resignation of Mr. J. T. Townsend
as trustees of the Heidtville district
was presented and accepted.
A letter from Mr. A. J. Wyche, one
of the Shiloh trustees, was presented
in which he complained of a number
of their pupils being sent to the Mic Mic-anopy
anopy Mic-anopy school, thereby reducing their
average attendance below ihat re required
quired required by the county to furnish two
teachers upon." The matter was con considered
sidered considered and it was agreed to continue
the school as at present until after
the holidays at least.
The secretary presented the, returns
of the election held in Ocala Tuesday,
Nov. 27, 1917, to determine whether
the school board should issue $10,000
in bonds for the Ocala special tax
school district No. 1, or should not
make the issue, and the following re results
sults results were shown: For bonds 43 votes,
against bonds 13 votes. The returns
weer signed by S. L. Bitting, G. H.
Paetke, E. W. Kraybill, inspectors,
and B. H. Sanders, clerk. The re returns
turns returns were accompanied by the affi affidavits
davits affidavits of the inspectors and clerk by
which they were qualified to serve.
The board declared the election duly
carried in favor of the issue of bonds
in pursuance of the petition under
which the election had been called and
which had been duly advertised in the
Ocala Banner and the Ocala Star ac according
cording according to law. It was ordered that
steps should be taken at once to vali validate
date validate the bonds under the law as pro provided
vided provided for bond issues in Florida.
Mr. S. G. Lovell, one of the Pedro
trustees, called and discussed with
the board the matter of .frosting the
windows of the school house in place
of using curtains and it was agreed
to leave the matter with the trustees.
Sundry accounts were audited
and ordered paid as per financial
statement to be prepared and filed
with the clerk of the circuit court and
posted on the board in front of the
courthouse and sent out in the county
to two boards of trustees to be posted
and also to become a part of these
minutes.
It was ordered that the deposits of
I the tax collector that had been entire
ly mthe Commercial Bank belonging
to the bond interest and sinking funds

ACTIVITY OF

TOE AVIATORS
And Artillery on the Western Front
is Forecast of an Active
Teuton Offensive
(Associated Press)
London, Dec. 12. There was great
activity in the air Monday, especially
in the Cambrai region. According to
an official statement issued last night,
five German machines were brought
down. Three Britirh machines are
missing.
ANOTHER JAWFEST IS ON
etrograd, Monday, Dec. 10. The
constituent assembly will be opened
by representatives of the national
comissaries on the arrival here of
over 400 members of the assembly,
according to a proclamation issued
from the Smolny Institute. The date
of the opening is a matter of conjee-'
ture. Demonstrations are rumored.
SENT THE FIRST AMERICAN
SHOT
Italian Army Headquarters, North Northern
ern Northern Italy, Tuesday, Dec. 11. The first
American shot against Austria was
fired by Representative Tinkham, of
Boston, on the lower Piaye, when Mr.
Tinkham pulled a string, firing a
large 149 millimeter gun and sending
a shell into the Austrian positions.
THEY FOUND THEM
Paris, Dec. 12 German parties felt
out the French lines northwest of
Rheims last night, according to to today's
day's today's war office announcement. Nc
activity of importance elsewhere is
reported.
RUSSIANS DEMOBILIZING
Copenhagen, Dec. 12. A semi-official
German news agency says the
demobilization of Russian forces has
already begun, and that peace nego
tiations restricted to the Russian
front have been authorized.
RUMANIA SOUNDS RETREAT
Jassy, Rumania, Dec. 12. An offi official
cial official announcement wasmade today ox
the signing of an armistice in acord acord-ance
ance acord-ance with which hostilities were sus suspended
pended suspended at 10:30 Sunday night until
further notice.
AN HUMBLE ENTRANCE
London, Dec. 12. Premier Lloya Lloya-Georsre
Georsre Lloya-Georsre today announced in the house
of commons that General Allenby,
the British commander m Palestine,
entered Jerusalem on foot Tuesday.
THIRTY-FIVE MILLIONS A DAY
London, Dec. 12. Chancellor Bonar
Law, introducing a vote of credit in
the house of commons today, said the
average daily expenditure now was
six million, seven hundred and ninety ninety-four
four ninety-four thousand pounds.
of the Ocala and Citra special tax
school districts should be equitably
divided with the other banks entitled
to receive them.
No iurther business appearing the
board adjourned for the day to meet
next morning.
Wednesday Session
The board met as per adjournment
with all members present and acting.
It having been necessary for the
chairman and secretary to borrow
$200 during the recess of the board
and the same having been advanced
by Mr. G. S. Scott for the purpose of
preserving a balance at the Commer Commercial
cial Commercial Bank as depository to take up the
warrants as presented, it was ordered
to pay this amount to Mr. Scott.
The board called Attorney E. H.
Martin in consultation with reference,
to the matter of designating deposi depositories
tories depositories for the year 1918 and then in
a body joined with the board of coun county
ty county commissioners in their office in
considering the legal features and in interests
terests interests of the county funds in the
matter of designating depositories.
The board of public instruction re resumed
sumed resumed its session in its office and con concluded
cluded concluded to designate the Commercial
Bank of Ocala, the Munroe & Cham Cham-bliss
bliss Cham-bliss National Bank of Ocala and the
Ocala National Bank and the Bank ol
Dunnellon as depositories for school
funds for the year 1918, each of them
having filed an application to be des designated
ignated designated as a depository. It was order ordered
ed ordered that bonds should be required as
follows: Ocala National Bank .$5000,
Munroe & Chambliss National Bank
$15,000, the Commercial Bank $5000,
the Bank of Dunnellon $15,000. It was
agreed to continue keeping the special
tax school district funds in the Bank
of Dunnellon as during the present
year and to divide the county general
school funds among the other named
banks.
It was agreed to meet in special
session Tuesday, Dec. 18, 1918, to ap approve
prove approve the bonds of the several deposi depositories.
tories. depositories. It was ordered that the schools of

WILL COOPERATE

II
Executives of America's Biggest Rail Railroads
roads Railroads Steadily Supporting the
Administration
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 12. The fullest
co-cperation in any decision the pres president
ident president may make to solve the railroad
problem was pledged today by the
railroads' war board, composed of
a representative committee of rail railroad
road railroad executives.
CONGRESSIONAL INQUIRY
An inquiry by Congress into the
general condition of the war was be begun
gun begun today with an investigation by
the Senate military committee of the
war department's work in equipping
American forces.
OCALA'S ELECTION
Mayor Chace Re-elected by Three
Votes in Five and Opposing City
Factions Had a Dogfall
Following are the returns
from Tuesday's election:
For mayor: Chace, 289,
Robertson, 204. Chace's ma majority,
jority, majority, 85.
For alderman at large: J.
H. Taylor, 234. A. T.Thomas,
255. Thomas' majority, 21.
For alderman first ward:
A. A. Winer, 409.
For alderman second ward:
J. J. Gerig, 208. E. A. Osborne,
264. Osborne's majority, 56.
For alderman third wardi
C. W. Hunter, 208. D. E. Mc Mc-Iver,
Iver, Mc-Iver, 276. Mclver's major majority,
ity, majority, 59.
For Alderman fourth ward.
J. W. Johnston, 64. G. A
Nash, 244: F. G. B. Wiehe,138.
Nash's plurality, 42.
Messers Winer, Mclver and
Osborne received the highest
votes and will serve four
years each.
Messers Thomas and Nash
received the lowest, and will
serve two years each.
FROM MR. GERIG
I want to thank the voters who
supported my candidacy in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's election, especially in view of
the fact that the votes were unsolicit unsolicited.
ed. unsolicited. J. J. Gerig.
the county dismiss for the Christmas
holidays on Friday, Dec. 21 and re resume
sume resume operation Monday, Jan. 7, 1918.
The board adjourned for noon.
Wednesday Afternoon Session
The board met with all present and
acting.
The teachers' reports were present presented
ed presented and accounts ordered paid.
The secretary was instructed to
make practically an equal distribution
of the bond interest and sinking fund
accounts with the Ocala banks and to
require bonds of them in the sum of
$5000 each. Also to require a bond of
$5000 from the Bank of Dunnellon as
depository for the Dunnellon bond in interest
terest interest and sinking fund account. All
of these bonds to be filed with the
board for approval.
It was agreed that the chairman
and secretary should be authorized
to meet the pay rolls by borrowing
money if necessary to meet them.
The reports from the Bank cf Dun Dunnellon
nellon Dunnellon as special tax district deposi depository
tory depository and of the Commercial Bank as
depository for county general school
funds, were presented with the war warrants
rants warrants that had been paid and checked
over and found to be apparently cor correct.
rect. correct. No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in special
session on Tuesday, December 18,
1917, for the purpose of passing upon
bonds or securities that may be pre presented
sented presented by the several depositories that
have been designated for the coming
S year. J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
! See our line of MANICURE SETS
j before buying your Christmas pres pres-!
! pres-! ents. We can save you money. The
' Court Pharmacy. tf

VlTH 11

cms

er SOLDIERS wins
I

(Associated Press

Washington, Dec. 12. Men of the
national army will not be given
Christmas furloughs, unless they live
within trolley distance of their can cantonments,
tonments, cantonments, the war department has de decided.
cided. decided. DISASTROUS FIRE
Shell Loading Department of the
Bethlehem Steel Company
Blown Up
(Associated Press)
Wilmington, Del., Dec. 12. Fire oc occurred
curred occurred this morning in the shell load loading
ing loading department of the Bethlehem
Steel Company's munition plant near
Newcastle. The flames caused an ex explosion
plosion explosion of loaded shells and they scat scattered
tered scattered everywhere. The report says
the road of the explosion resembled
a bombardment of the town.
DID ONLY SMALL DAMAGE
New York, Dec. 12. The explosion
and fire at the Newcastle steel plant
of the Bethlehem Steel Company to today
day today caused only comparatively small
damage, it was stated at the New
York offices of the company today.
Officials here said advices received in indicated
dicated indicated none were hurt.
A PUBLIC-SPIRITED
SOUTH CAROLINA, TOWN
(Associated Press)
Greenville, S. C, Dec. 12. In order
to aid the fuel administration, it is
stated, the public school here will
suspend for a month beginning Dec.
14th.
FROM MR. TAYLOR
To the Citizens of Ocala:
Against my wishes and welfare I
consented to be a candidate for alder alderman
man alderman at large because at this time I
felt that the city needed my services.
I did all that I could to be elected.
While. I regret exceedingly to have
been beaten in yesterday's battle of
the ballots I cheerfully submit td1 the
will of the majority and realize that
personally I am not the loser by the
verdict.
I desire to express my sincere
thanks and appreciation for the loy loyal
al loyal support given me by my friends
and adherents.
Now the fight is over let us all loy loyal
al loyal citizens (whether for me or against
me) get together and bury the hatch hatchet,
et, hatchet, give a long pull and a strong pull
and make the incoming administration
and the new municipal light and wa water
ter water plant a howling success.
With best wishes for a better and
greater Ocala, Yours sincerely,
John H. Taylor.
NO MORE MATINEES
Manager Bennett of the Temple
hereby gives notice that he cannot
give any more matinees until the elec electric
tric electric plant furnishes him with current
with sufficient regularity to ensure
proper service to his patrons. It i3
now flicker and stop, flicker and stop,
almost every afternoon. After this the
shows will begin at 6 p. m., until the
steam engine at the plant is in regu regular
lar regular operation. Mr. Bennett feels that
he can't depend on the oil engine.
WOODMAN MEETING
All members of Fort King Camp
No. 14, W. O. W. are requested to be
at the meeting Friday night, Decem December
ber December 14th. Election of officers.
C. K. Sage, Clerk.
The lareest and best assortment of
WHITE IVORY SETS ever shown in ;
Ocala. The prices are right. The Court
Pharmacy. tf j
full assortment of the famous j
PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
tiie small fall garden. Ocala Seed j
Store. tf

AT UN T

E HOMES ME DISTANT fill

CAIITOIEKTS

EIGHTEEN HUNDRED
10F
THE EXPLOSION
Is the Result of the Most Careful
Estimate Made by the Hal Halifax
ifax Halifax Authorities
(Associated Press)
Halifax, Dec. 12. A revised esti estimate
mate estimate today of the explosion casual casualties
ties casualties reduced the death list to approxi approximately
mately approximately 1800. The known dead totai
800 and it is believed there are not
over 1000 bodies under ,the debris.
The list of victims is steadily becom becoming
ing becoming smaller as relatives are reunited
and refugees return.
FUNERAL SERVICES. FRIDAY
Funeral services for all the dead
will be held Friday. An official in-
I quiry into the cause of the disaster
begins late today.
SCATHING CHARGE
BY THE STATE
Means Accused of Robbery Which
He Tried to Cover Up
With Murder
(Associated Press)
Concord, N. C, Dec. 12. The statt
announced shortly after convening
court today that it would offer no
more testimony in the trial of Gas Gaston
ton Gaston B. Means, charged with the mur murder
der murder of Mrs. Maude A. King. Solicitoi
Clement, opening the argument for
the state, asked a verdict of first de degree
gree degree murder. He outlined the state's
contention that Means squandered a
large .portion of Mrs. King's estate,
and then killed her to escape the day
of accounting.
MASS MEETING
The following program will be fol followed
lowed followed at the mass meetings to be held
tomorrow at the Methodist church in
the interest of Christian stewardship:
At 3 p. m., Rev. E. L. Hill, D. D., of
Athens, Ga., will speak on, "Principles
of Christian Giving," and Mr. Fred J.
Orr, of he same city, on "A Layman's
Idea of Stewardship."
At 7:30 p. m., Dr. Hill will speak on
"The Stewardship of Life" and Mr.
Orr on, "The Plan in Action."
All the churches in the city unite in
these meetings, and it is urged that
the public attend them. These breth brethren
ren brethren will bring a bessage that will be
very helpful to all. There are no more
vital question than these, "What Shall
I do WTith My Life?" and "What Shall
I do With My Money?" The first
question is primary, and when rightly
settled it lead3 to the solution of the
second. But what is money but coined
human energy?
A free-will offering will be taken for
the expenses of these brethren.
John R. Herndon.
SOME FINE MULES FOR SALE
A wire from Mr. Nichols says he is
shipping Nichols & Cobb tv.'o loads of
mules. We will have the largest and
! best selection to be found in Florida.
Also have some bargains to offer in
work mules. Nichols & Cobb.
HORSE STOLEN $23 REWARD
Stolen from my place at Fairfield
on Monday night, December 10th, a
dark bay mare, about 12 years old;
one white hind foot (hoof); foretops
off; weight about 1200 pounds; Mc Mc-Clellan
Clellan Mc-Clellan tree saddle; one stirrup off
Texas saddle; other stirrup leather on
outside cut in half. Twenty-five dol dollars
lars dollars reward will be given for infor information
mation information that will lead to the return of
the horse. M. L. Payne, Fairfield, Fla.
Advertise in ttie Star.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12. 1917

OCALA EVENING STAR

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ployed against him. a substantial ma majority
jority majority of the people of Ocala has en endorsed
dorsed endorsed the first administration of
Mayor Chace by electing him to a
afternoon, Charlie Hunter
and the Star editor, arm in arm, went

to the city hall to see how the vote
was going. Somebody made a remark
about the lion and the lamb. Neither

of us even remotely resembled the
lamb, but when the votes were count

ed Charlie realized that he was the
goat.

Mr. Geo. W. Scofield of Inverness,

state attorney for the fifth circuit, is
in town this week, discharging his
duties before the circuit court. Mr.

Scofield's term as state attorney will

be out next year and he will probably

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He has made a very energetic

conscientious official, and the Star

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It wasn't so much Mr. Osborne that

defeated Mr. Gerig: as the noisy en

gine at the water works. And Mr.

"'i'sej Gerig was not in the least responsible

1.26 1 ior'ine engine.

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Mr. Gerisr smiles and says that chil-

4.25 ly Tuesday nights this winter, while

Three months, in advance 2.251 ne js reading the Star and warming

One montn, in aavance 1,; c5;r,r, m firo

poor Mr. Osborne, in the grimy coun

cil room, will be wearing the hair off
his head trying to add up city re

sources m such a way that two and

two will make six.

Dome tie
One year, In advance
Six months. In advance...
Three months, in advance.
One month, in advance....
Forelgrn

One year, in advance... ....$8.00

Six months. Ln advance...

ADVERTISING RATES

DUplayt Plate 10c. per incM for"! con con-.nitiv
.nitiv con-.nitiv insertions. Alternate' inser

tions 25 per cent, additional Composi Composition
tion Composition harered on ads. that run less5 than

six times 5c. per inch. Special (position

20 per cent, additional. Kates Dasea on i t uA tWo nnininn that having
4-inch minimum. Less than f Our Inches s tne ptars opinion uiat navmg
will take higher Tate, which will be I all the voting of the city done at one

IUKeadr "ArtSSSi, town.' for first Pce is a good plan. When all the

insertion: 3c. per line for each subse- I voters are tocrether, there is more

quent insertion. One change a weeK
allowed on readers .without extra com

position charees.
Ieeral advfc. .dements at legal rates.

Electros must be mounted, or charge

will be made for mounting.

We are as well-satisfied as anybody

and better than manybody.

good humor and less chance for skulduggery.

Some orny-handed sons of toil,

who walk 364 days in the year, were

treated to rides in fine autoes yester
day.

Prize Winners of 1917
Alma Priest, Anthony, first prize.
Yvonne Seckinger, Martel, second
Clara Williams, Morriston, third.
Mabel Priest, Anthnoy, fourth.
Annetta Pfeil, Lowell, fifth.
These are the first five members
of the honor roll. The other five will
be given next week. The girls all did

nicely. They worked against greater
odds than during any previous year.

War conditions have affected them as

they have every other industry. We

are now organizing for another year's
work in which we hope to record bet

ter and more work, and especially do

we want to have our county the best

organized county in the state.

Miss Sarah W. Partridge, who is
southern district agent for canning

club and home demonstration work of

Florida, spent one morning with us
during fair week Her visit at this
time was especially to see what the
Marion county canning club girls
were doing, who would be prize win winners
ners winners and what records were made.
She regreted not being able to stay
over till the next day, which was club
day and would have given her an op opportunity
portunity opportunity of meeting at least the
greater part of Marion club mem members.
bers. members. But as another club contest
was going on in Kissimmee she had

to make her stay with us limited.
While here Miss Partridge looked
over record books, essays and exhibits
and expressed, herself as being much

pleased. There is probably no wom

an in our state who is better fitted

judge such work than Miss Part-

idge, having served in practically all

branches from that of county agent

to the position she now holds. Being

We are sorry for the man

who I Quite .a bunch of the corruptible

" I 1 A i.Jli.!. !1 I A.

thinks more of the label on a whisky element expected xo De paw on last

le does of the stars on the mght- We hope it wasn't disap-

bottle than he does

American flag.

pointed.

We hope that Mr. John D. Robert

son has taken a tumble to the fact

that Ocala is tired of him as mayor.

;') When the war department took the

riotous "soldiers of the 24th regiment
off 1 to San Antonio, there was much

kicking in the newspapers, said news

We are sorry John Taylor was de- Papers saying the move was made to
feated, but we are confident A. r T. shield the 'soldiers from civilian jus jus--
- jus-- Thomas will make a good-alderman, tice. J About e only thing civilian
Wa win rant.e that he will be his juftoee would have done m this case

" T ' I i i t i j i -i M-t

iwoum nave oeen to lyncn vne men

own boss.

he did.

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wholesale, the guilty with the inno

TW To,rl, mriWlti'. cimlo cenu xiie nowus euiuier were nicu

but shakes his-head-and r says' he at Fort Sam Houston ta ; army officers
doesn't cut as much ice as he thought and Tuesday morning thirteen the

uiusu r guilty r wwe uuug. s Ji ty-uiic
were sentenced to life imprisonment,

and nine to shorter terms. Civilian

lustice in this country has never

handled such a larere contract so

promptly and efficiently'.

General Diaz, Italian "chief of staff.

in an interview said Italy and Amer

ica' were fighting for the same ideals

adding that the question of Trieste

would never be settled as long as it

remains inr Austrian hands

It is evident that Andy Winer is the
most popular man in town. And why

the deuce shouldn't he be..

We are sorry J. J. Gerig didn't win,

but we are glad his job goes to as

good a man as E. A. Osborne.

Because Don Mclver is an under

taker, some folks thoughthe was; a
dead one, but they have another think

a coming.

Charlie Hunter is a' bulljf baseball
manager and a clever hotel' man,' but

as we have had the sad '. pleasure of
telling him four times inJ succession,

he is a darn poor prophet.
-

We are glad George Nash is elected

and we are sorry Fred Weflie is de

feated. We flipped a nickel to decide

which one we would vote for.

v Arrest of the crews of the vessels

whose collision last week caused the

Halifax disaster was ordered pending

investigation by the admiralty. A ter

rific rain,! followed by a cold wave

added to the suffering of the home homeless
less homeless thousands. Non-residents were
asked to leave the 'city so food could

be conserved.

Our friend Johnson in the fourth
ward received 64 votes, but that is
about 59 more than the wise ones ex expected
pected expected him to have, so we, think he
has a right to pat himself on the back!

We x suppose ex-Mayor Robertson

went" to Stokes ferry, today, to keep
that date he offered Mayor Chace,

about a month ago for a joint debate.

If he did, he may call to- mind the

Star's prophecy that he would find

the waters of the Withlacoochee de-.

cidedly saline.

Among the mourners last nigh

was-the patriot who hoped the mem

bers of Company A would come home

in coffins.

The lucky thirteenth day from to

day is Christmas day.

Shut in by the quarantine, with a

battle summer ahead, our boys at

Camp Wheeler 'confront such a; grim
Christmas as few men now alive have
known. If there is ? anything you

think you can do to brighten the oc

casion for them, don't omit to do it.

Perhaps you don't realize how well
off you are. Tust to live in Ocala

would be Christmas enough for any

body m Halifax.

Judging by the Star's standard, the
new council might have been better
and it might have been worse. It will
probably turn out fair to middling,

and; it may prove itself very good in

deed. Let everybody,' give it a t fair
show and back it up in every good

work it does.

. Some folks sneeringly ask why

Mayor Chace's majority was not

larger. It is not to the credit o

Ocala that it was not larcrer. Some

good citizens voted against Dr. Chace

and -we have no doubt that they

thought they had good reason for do

ing so. But solidly against him was

the discontented element, the dis

loyal element, the whisky element,

the. west end element and the pur

chasable element. A combination o

these -elements in almost any other

town would win, but in Ucaia, even

when all were pulling together, they

were in the minority.

Let us now have local peace.

The Red Cross wants t trained

nurses, and any young woman who
wants to really and truly serve -her
country can do so better as a nurse

than any other way.

We now realize the full venom of

that ancient objurgation, "Go to Hal

ifax!"

After a bitter campaign, in which

some very unworthy tactics were em-

Your
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We
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of broad and brilliant mind, gentle,
kind and sympathetic, yet possessing
that degree of firmness that her po position
sition position demands.
The only regret (and that a big
one) of the demonstration agent was
that she could not give every single
canning club girl a prize this year.
They have all done their best undei

trying conditions. The one good con consolation
solation consolation (and that also a big one) was
the perfectly lovely disposition on the
part of the girls, each one so appre appreciative
ciative appreciative of what had been done for
them.

We extend thanks to every one who

in any way helped to make the can canning
ning canning club contest a day of pleasure
to the fair association and others for
prizes, and other courtesies, and to

each and every one who contributed
to the day for the girls i nany way,
we are most grateful.

Alma Priest, oldest daughter of Mr.

and Mrs. Lee Priest, is the proud

possessor of a beautiful wrist watch,

she being the winner of the first

prize in the Marion county canning

club work. Alma came second -two
years ago, winning a handsome can
ner which she has used in her work
since then. There are three sisters
in the Priest home, Alma, Mabel and
Anna. Mabel came fourth in line this
year, and if Anna had been within the
age limit to compete she would have
given her sisters a close chase. On
account of her extreme youth she has
been kept in another class, but next
year watch out for Anna she is now
a club member in full regulation.
One of the most interesting exhibits
in the canning club department dur-

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suDStnuie Dreaus, ouierwise ucstuu- v,.
ed as the 50-50 or war breads. Many jVj y
people stopped to look and finally to ;
more closely examine and taste such ;
bread as were made with substitutes ; 2f
of the soy bean, sweet potato and ;

peanut flour. The soy bean attracted ;yt

much attention because of its rich

creamy quality, excellent in
texture. We are indebted

this bread wa.; made. It '.vas very iicW otuCti
much liked by those who tried it. As ,t o,

to whether the soy oean is a practi- III

cal substitute depends on how well ; 5VT v emerwurst sausage,
and at how little expense they can be ; Salt Mackerel,
raised in our county. The sweet po- j 5 Pickled Tripe,
tato bread was divided in two classes, j pjcye Beef
one a plain loaf of rich creamy bread ,.
with a soft texture and tender crust, j T PiClded Pl-S Feet'
the other slightly sweetened (a bit of j JJ Boiled Ham,
Florida syrup) and a few pieces of j. Bologna Sausage,
fruit, which made a splendid coffee ;; Minced Ham
cake. The peanut bread on this oc- ?Vt c, e,
j -xi. -n -n a Salomi feausage,
casion was made with 0O-0O portions i

of meal from peanut ground hull and j jj. pjces

out the-coarse bits. This naturally j Sour Cucumbers,

made a rather dark bread, but it had I jQj Sweet Mixed,

a good nutty flavor ana was much
liked. A number of ladies on seeing
this bread and the meal from which
it was made said they would use it in
fruit cake, as it furnished nuts and
coloring combined. The subject of
break making and the various substi substitutes
tutes substitutes is a matter of great importance,
especially since the shortage in our
sweet potato crop is great.

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We expect to sell Maxwell trucks at a
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Besides this lowest first cost, a Maxwell
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it uses very much less gasoline per mOe,
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man AFFAIRS

If You Have Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Two-One -Five
or Two-Seven
After 11:15 A. M Three-Five-Seven
Little Mothers of Men-to-Be
Whether you frolic with comrade
boys.
Or sit at your studies or play with
toys,
Whatever your station or place or
sphere,
For just one purpose God sent you
here.
And always and ever you are to me,
Dear little Mothers of Men-to-be.

So would I guard you from all mean

things:

From the dwarfing of wealth and

from poverty's stings:

And from silly mothers of fuss and

show

And from dissolute fathers whose

aims are low

I would take you and shield yoa and

set you free,
Dear little Mothers of Men-to-be.

And then were the wish of my heart

. f ulfilled,

Around .about you the world should

build

A wall of Wisdom, with Truth for its

Tower,

Where mind and body would wax in

power

Till the tender twig was a splendid

tree,
Dear little Mothers of Men-to-be.

It is only a dream; but the world

grows wise.

And a mighty truth in the dream seed

lies

That shall gladden ; the earth in its

time and place:

We must better the Mothers to better

the race.
Ella Wheeler Wilcox.
Mrs. Lee Raysor was a visitor yes yesterday
terday yesterday from Lowell.
'
: Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mullino,
a son. Mrs. Mullino was formerly
MissTululah Rivers.
Dr. and Mrs. Sheppard have as
their guest their brother,' Mr. P. H.
Sheppard of Lindsey, Calif.

The King's Daughters will meet at
the home of Mrs. C. L. Bittinger on
Thursday promptly at 3 o'clock.

' Mr. and Mrs. T. H. Harris arrived
in the city this morning from Min Minnesota
nesota Minnesota to spend the winter with their
relatives.

" Mrs. Eugene Rivers came down
from Gainesville yesterday for a short
visit to her parents Mr. and Mrs.
T. M. Moore.

Mrs. M. H. Stovall returned last
night from an extended stay in New
York, where she took a course in Red
Cross work."

Mr. E. C. Bennett prizes highly a
photograph of Marguerite Clark, with
a friendly message from that charm charming
ing charming little lady, which he received yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The Red Cross ,rooms in the post post-office,
office, post-office, building will be open from 9 to
12 a. m., and from 2 to 5 p. m. every

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passenger or com commercial,
mercial, commercial, more and
more to relieve
the transportation
pressure on the
Nation's railroads
and merchants'
delivery service."
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Hoe. 12,1917

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Tuesday and Friday. Ladies attend attending
ing attending are requested to bring their im implements
plements implements and material for sewing.
Miss Helen Sanborn
Miss Helen Ruth Sanborn, daughtei
of the Rev. A. R. Sanborn of Ocala,
president of the Florida state confer conference
ence conference of the Seventh Day Adventists,
died at the home of Dr. Sanborn's
brother-in-law, J. Watson Scholes, on
the Citrus road, opposite Grapeland,
at 12:30 Sunday morning after a lin lingering
gering lingering illness. She was sixteen year,
old.
The interment will take. place Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning at 10:30 o'clock at Wood Wood-lawn
lawn Wood-lawn Park cemetery. Services will be
conducted at the Scholes home by her
father, assisted by Elder W. W. Williams.

Besides her parents the deceased is
survived by four sisters, Mrs. Rem Rem-inger
inger Rem-inger af Walla Walla, Wash., and the
Misses Neva, Martha and Sarah San Sanborn,
born, Sanborn, who l;ve with their parents.
Miami Herald.
The film companies have kept the
Temple up in the, air the last two
days. Monday they failed to send
"They're Off," the picture booked for
that day., and yesterday the instal instalment
ment instalment of "The Fighting Trail," due on
that date. also failed to arrive. In

stead they sent, "They're Off, the
picture booked for-Monday. This is
a most excellent picture, and if peo people
ple people had known it would be here, and
how good it was, they would havt
crowded the house. There will be no
slip-ups, however, on the Vitagraph
story, "Her Secret," booked for to today,
day, today, in which Alice Joyce and Harry
Morey feature. The film is here, and
as it is a fire class picture all the
movie fans must be on hand to see it.
Alice Joyce is Always Attractive
It has been said that the motion
picture star of today has no trouble
in looking attractive for she is always
cast in a society drama with beautiful
frocks and luxurious settings. In
"Her Secret," the Vitagraph blue rib ribbon
bon ribbon feature both written and directed

by Perry N. Vekroff which is at the

Temple today, one finds Alice Jovce

who is cast as a stenographer, most
attractive in a tailor-made dress and

business surroundings.
"Sure," as the old Irishman said,
"it's not the fine features, but the fine
lass that counts." Harry T; Morey is
co-starred with Miss Joyce.
The ladies' Baptist Missionary So Society
ciety Society will hold an open. meeting at 3
o'clock Thursday afternoon at-the
home of Mrs. E. Van -Hood. Each
nerson is requested to bring a pres present
ent present of silver, clothing or anything de desirable
sirable desirable for a little ten-year-old erirl at

the Arcadia, whom the society wishes
to make happy Christmas morning.

AJso a Christmas offering or showei

of canned fruit, vegetables, jellies,

tc., for Columbia College will be

iven.

1
Many people remember Mr. Arthur

Ball and his charming wife. who. were

here a large part of last summer.

Mr. and Mrs. Ball and children are

now at the Mata Harmbre mines in

Pinar del Rio, Cuba; where Mr. Ball

is engaged in putting in a battery of

JJe L.a Vergne engines for the syndi

cate which owns the copper mines in
that locality.

Dr. J. M. Gross is exoecte1 home

today at noon from Jacksonville on

his return from the Methodist confer

ence at Miami. Mrs. Gross will join
him here and they will ero on to Mi

ami to his appointment. Dr. and Mrs.

tjross have made themselves, very
popular in Ocala and will be crreatlv

missed.

Mrs. W. M. Tver and little dnih-

ter expect to return to their home in
Oklahoma todav after a visit of kpv.

eral weeks to Mrs. Tyers parents, Dr.

ana Mrs. J. M. Gross.

Mr. and Mrs. William. Stroud are

rejoicing over, a visit from the stork.

just after midnight, which left them

tne proud possessors of a beautiful

little daughter. Ocala is hardly big
enough to hold William this morning.

Christmas Bazaar
St. Margaret's Guild and the Altar

Guild of Grace Episcopal church will
hold their annual Christmas sale of
fancy work next Thursday, Dec. 15,
at the Style Hat Shop.

King's Daughters
The regular monthly meeting of
the King's Daughters is postponed
until the second Thursday of thfe
month, Dec. 13th, when there will be
held an election of officers.
Mrs. C. L. Bittinger, President.
The Ladies' Aid Society of the
Christian church will hold a silver tea
and fancy work sale at the home of
Miss Mamie Taylor Thursday, Dec.
20th, from 3 to 5 o'clock.
All those interested in the box of
gifts and clothing to be sent to the Or Orphans
phans Orphans of the Children's Home Asso Association
ciation Association at Jacksonville may yet contri contribute
bute contribute as Mrs. Carney will not pack the
box until Wednesday. Any thing a
child may wear or that can be made
over from the age of fifteen down will
be gladly received.
(Continued on Fourth Page)

To serve you as you ought t b servied, and when you are not let us

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Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they &n not ;.nte:.
ticcal, and, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, DEC. 12. IS 17

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PRICES $3.50 and $4.00
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See at once.
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Ocala
PLASTERING AND
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I have just completed the
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the Ocala union station, and am
now prepared to figure on all
kinds of work in this line.
CARL WENZEL & SON
OCALA, FLA.
VERY CHEAP for CASH
50 H. P. Tubular Boiler.
40 H. P. Engine.
See SAVAGE
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WHEN YOU HAVE PAID YOUR
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Why not pay a small amount each
month and see it go into
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I have a number of houses you can
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call and see my list of houses from
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Work for the Money than any other
contractor in th city.
NOTICE
In the Circuit Court of Marion Coun County,
ty, County, Florida, in Chancery.
Muclan Farms Produce Company, a
Corporation, Complainant, vs.
Mary Mullaney, Defendant.

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Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendant
herein named, to-wit: Mary Mullan Mullaney,
ey, Mullaney, be and she is hereby required to
apepar to the bill of complaint filed in
this case, on or before ths
7th day of January, 1918.
It is further ordered, that this order
be published once a week for four
consecutive weeks in the Ocala Even Evening
ing Evening Star, a newspaper published in
said county and state.
Witness my hand and the seal of
said court this the 4h day of Decem December,
ber, December, 1917.
(Seal) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
Hocker & Martin,
Complainant's Solicitors. 12-5-wed

Mr. Wilbur Cleveland, U. S. deputy
marshal, is here greeting old friends.
We have a beautiful line of station-
ptv fnr Christmnt nr rpcnilnr neo TV a I
Court Pharmacy. tf
Mr. C. V. Miller of Tampa was a
business visitor to the city yesterday.
.
Bunyan Stephens is in Jack-
Rev.
sonville today on a business visit.
Thermos lunch kits or bottles.
Nothing better for a Christmas gift.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
The town is posted for Ocala's an
nual funniest event the visit of Co-
burn's minstrels, Dec. 28.
Mr. Z. C. Chambliss returned yester
day from Chicago having gone there
to attend a convention of cattle men.
Mr. J. V. Tarver, auditor of the O.
V. R. R., left yesterday on a business
trip to Palatka and will return today.
Mr. R. L. Turner of Inverness, who
has been suffering with a sore tooth,
is m town today to have it treated.
Chesapeake Bay Oysters received
daily r.t the Delicatessen Shop, Ocala
House block. 17-tf
Uncle Sam passed George Davis'
eyes this time, and that brave and
cheerful boy is in khaki again.
Judge Smith has issued a wedding
license to Mr. Llewellyn M. Maxson
and Mrs. 'Fannie II. Fox of Summer Summer-field.
field. Summer-field. Try that famous Jonteel Talcum
Powder. Sold only at Gerig's Drug
tore at 25cts. the can.
Uncle Sam has found a place fox
Wayne Ten Eyck at Camp 'Johnston,
and the Ten Eyck family now has two
J stars on its service flag.
Letters from John Chazal and
Robert MacKay, "somewhere in
France," bring the good news that
those two brave boys are well and full
of enthusiasm with their work.
Chesapeake Bay Oysters received
daily at the Delicatessen Shop, Ocaia
House block. 17-
Mr. P. E. Chappell of Clumbia, S.
C, has accepted a position in the
gents' furnishing department at
Rheinauer's. He is a nephew of
Messrs. George B. and W. V. Chappell
of Kendrick.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
About 2 p. m. today the oil engine
at the city plant had to stop on ac
count of an pverheated valve. The old
plant began operation as soon as it
could get up steam. The trouble
made the Star about an hour late. We
wish the man who wished that engine
on Ocala was in the cellar of Tophet
and the engine was there on top of
him.
.yvaixi&ij xoung lady or young
man for position as cashier. Apply at
Harrington Hall hotel. 12-6t
PLAY POSTPONED
The breach of promise play at
Summerfield for the benefit of the
Red Cross has been postponed until
Friday, Dec. 31st. P. W. Collens.
NOTICE
I will trade pea vine hay of excel excellent
lent excellent quality for stable manure. H. I.
Thompson, Florida Livestock and
Farms Co., Ocala. 12-lt
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Mutual Mining Company will be
held at the office of the company in
Ocala, Fla., on Tuesday, December
25th, 1917, noon.
Geo. F. Armstrong, Pres.
Robt. W. Groves, Sec'y.
December 11th, 1917, Ocala, Fla.
ll-2t-wed
OF LOCAL INTEREST
Some People We Know, and We Wili
Profit by Hearing About Them
This is a purely local event.
It took place in Ocala.
Not in some faraway place.
Yo uare asked to investierate it.
Asked" to believe a citizen's word:
To confirm a citizen's statement.
Any article that is endorsed at
Home is more1 worthy of confidence j
Than one you know nothing about, j
Endorsed by unknown people.
H. J. Ashley, proprietor of the
Ashley Sheet Metal Works, Ocala,
fays: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills,
procured at Gerig's Drug Store, and
found them to be just as represented.
They soon relieved me of backache
and disordered kidneys. I think, if
taken as directed, Doan's Kidney
Pills will cure kidney complaint and
I don't hesitate giving my name
praising them."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same thai
Mr. Ashley had. Foster-Milburn Co..
Pops., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 2

(Continued from Third Pasre
Baptist Missionary Society
The Fannie R. Gary Missionary So-
;ciety of the Baptist church will hold
1 an open meeting at the home of Mrs.
! E. Van Hood Thursday afternoon of
j this week at 3 o'clock. The meeting
will be a shower for the benefit of Col-
1 umbia College and a ten year old girl
jat the Bantist Ornhanai?e at Arcadia.
The members and visitors are asked
to bring such things for the pantry
cf the college as are easily shipped.
Let it be a real shower for the college
Dantrv. Th society has ben asked
to furnish the essentials for a ten year
old girl's Christmas. You will be do doing
ing doing your "bit" by this little girl, if
you will remember to bring a few ap appropriate
propriate appropriate gifts for herT A large num number
ber number are expected. An interesting meet meeting
ing meeting is assured.
Miss Lilian Butler, who has been
the guest of her aunt, Mrs. F. W. Dit Ditto,
to, Ditto, for some weeks, returned to her
home in St. Petersburg Monday.
TO HELP YOU FIGURE
YOUR INCOME TAX
Jacksonville, Fla., Dec. 12. (Spec
ial) You won't have to figure out
your own income tax all by yourself
hereafter. The government is going
to send out men to help you. It will
be up to you to hunt up these men,
who will be sent into every county
seat, and some other towns besides,
to meet the people. Postmasters, bank
ers and newspapers will be able to tell
you when the government's incom
tax man will be around, and where to
find him. He will answer your ques
tions, swear you to the return, take
your money, and remove the wrinkles
from your brow. Returns of income
for 1917 must be made between Janu
ary 1 and March 1, 1918.
'The government recognizes" col
lector of Internal Revenue James M.
Cathcart said today, "that many per persons
sons persons experience a good deal of diffi difficulty
culty difficulty in filling out income tax forms.
It recognizes too, that taxpayers resi resident
dent resident at points where collector's offi
ces are not easily accessible find it
hard to get proper instruction in the
law. Next year, when every married
person living with wife or husband
and having. a net income of $2,000,
and every unmarried person not the
head of a family and having a net in income
come income of $1,000 for the year 1917 must
make return of income on the form
prescribed, there will be hundreds in
every community seeking light on the
law, and help in executing their re returns.
turns. returns. My own and every other col collection
lection collection district in the nation will be
divided into districts, with the county
as a unit, and a government offficer
informed in the income tax assigned
to each district! He will spend hardly
less than a week in each county, and in
some counties a longer time, very like likely
ly likely in the courthouse at the county
seat. In cities where there are col
lector's branch offices, he will be there,
and in other cities, possibly at the
city hall. My office will in due time
advise postmasters and bankers and
send out notices to the newspapers
stating when the officer will be in each
county. It will be unnecessary for
prospective taxpayers to ask my office
for forms on which to make returns.
The officer who visits their county will
have them.
"It may be stated as a matter of
general information that 'net income'
is the remainder of subtracting ex-,
penses from gross income, ersonal,
family or living expenses in the mean meaning
ing meaning of the law, the exemption being al allowed
lowed allowed to cover such expenses.
"The new exemptions of $1,000 and
$2,000 will add -tons of thousands to
the number of income taxpayers in
this district, inasmuch as practically
every farmer, merchant, tradesman,
professional man and salary worker
and a great many wage workers will
be required to make return and pay
tax.
"The law makes it the duty of the
taxpayer to seek out the collector.
Many people assume that if an in income
come income tax form is not sent, or a gov government
ernment government officer does not call, they are
relieved from making report. This is
decidedly in error. It is the other way
round. The taxpayer has to go to the
government and if he doesn't within
the time prescribed, he is a violator
of the law, and the government will
go to him with jts penalties."
The nicest line of Correspondent
Cards we have ever shown at the lo
price of 29cts. per box. Gerig's Drug
Store.
Do you read ths want ads?
I
Correspondence Cards, 600 boxes at
1 29cts. per box while they last. Ceng's
j DrJg bto:
Star o''. fire business builders.
Fresh milk, Hewett Dairy, at the
Delicatessen Shop, 15c. quart 12-tf
Soldier Kits in Khaki, for Christ Christmas
mas Christmas gifts. The C-urt Pharmacy. tf
VULCANIZING
Sure, we do it, and guarantee it too,
7-6t BLALOCK BROS, Phone 78.
Come in and look at that new lot of
Correspondence Cards. Fifty and 75c
values for 29cts. the box. Gerig's
Drug Store.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES: Six line maximum, one i
time 25c; tnree times 50c; six times
75c; one month 3. Payable in advance.
D
D. M. BONF.Y
My Optician''
EYESIGHT
SPECIALIST
-14.
I especially offer my services to
people of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail ordeis.
202-204 Hogan St., Park Hotel Bldg.,
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
LOST On the streets, a crochet bag
with several articles inside. Finder
will please return to Mrs. Ed. Carmi Carmi-chael.
chael. Carmi-chael. 11-
WANTED Three or four furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Cot Cottage
tage Cottage or bungalow preferred. Address,
Ocala, at Star office. ll-2t
FIRE WOOD For sale. Stove wood
lengths. Phone 185X, for prompt de delivery.
livery. delivery. J. C. Johnson. 10-lm
FOR SALE Nice lot 70 x 112 in sec second
ond second ward also nice residence lot at
$200. W. W. Condon. 21-tf
WANTED A few of our subscribers
to bring in wood for their dues. Bring
it between the hours of 5:30 a. m.
Monday and 11:45 p. m. Saturday. We
allow market price. The Star. 7-tf
FOR RENT The residence known
as the Rawls home on Nonth Sanchez
street. All modern improvements.
Apply to C. Rheinauer. 11-26-tf
FOR SALE 40-acre farm three miles
from Ocala. Land adapted to the
growing of cotton. Apply to H. D.
Stokes. 6-6t
FOR SALE One 1917 Ford. $310;
two 1917 Fords, $375 apiece; one 1916
Ford, $350; one 1912 Chalmers, $300,
and other bargains in second-hand
cars. Auto Sales Co., Phone 348. 6t
FORD BARGAIN A 1914 model
Ford touring car; no top; in good
mechanical condition. For sale at the
Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla. 3-tf
FOR RENT Five-room cottage with
good garden ready for use if taken at
once; $10 per month. Bitting & Com Company,
pany, Company, phone 14. 8-3t
WANTED Old False Teeth. Don't
matter if broken. I pay $2 to $15 per

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Robert D. Nims and Roy A. Hinds, U. S. A. Ambulance Service, "rolling their otcn"
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Red Cross to Send Food and "Bull" Durham
to American Prisoners of War!
The Committee on Public Information has made the announcement
that every American prisoner of war in Germany will be supplied three
times each fortnight by the American Red Cross with the following
"food kit," approved by the Surgeon General's Office. Note that this "food

kit" includes "BULL"
by brand name on the
CONTENTS OF
Rice 8 oz.
Sugar 12
Dried Beef 10
Pork and Beans 32
Peanut Butter 8
Crackers. Sod 44

GENUINE
"By ill Dim'

TOBACCO
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20TH CENTURY
Converts Any Ford

Until December 24th the Price is $150 F. O. B.
Fon da Lac, Wisconsin.
GET YOURS NOW
AT THE LOW PRICE
ADVANCES TO 32 OO JANUARY 1
FARM TRACTOR SALES COMPANY
Distributors.
Box 96 Ocala, Florida

STORAGE BATTERY SERVICE
ANY STORAGE BATTERY RE-CHARGED OR
REPAIRED
Special attention to Prest-o-Lite Batteries in Maxwell Cars. Bring
me your Battery Work. Charge? Reasonable and Service First Class.
YONGE'S BATTERY SERVICE

MAXWELL STATION

, : him. K. Barnwell, Fessenden Acad Acad-set.
set. Acad-set. Send by parcel post and receive Flori(1 m 12.3t
check by return mail. L. MAZjLK,
2007 S. Fifth Avenue, Philadelphia, j WANTED Some one who has a
Pa. 10-18t horse and tools to plough 25 or 30

FOR SALE Gentle horse eight years
old. Work anywhere. First $80 gets
rRo!l
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DURHAM Tobacco, the
whole list.
RED CROSS FOOD KIT

Evaporated Milk 3 oz.
Coffee 5
Salt and Pepper. 2
Milk Chocolate. 4
Dessicated Strawberries. 2
Jam 8

Nut Margarine 3 oz.
Dried Figs 3
Soap 3
Cigarette Makings (2 packages
BULL DURHAM with Papers )

FARM HORSE
Into a Farm Horse,

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OCALA, FLORIDA
acres near Oakhurst. State price per
acre. Address -J. B. Cross, 816 South
Adams street. 12-6t
of a Nation
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