The Ocala evening star

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

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

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ONE OF AMERICA S RAVE YOUNG AV1AT0HS LOST. HIS LIFE
WHILE- PElAGDIflG 09 JI1E VESTEBH FROIIT

(Associated
Paris, Dec. 31. Artiller- actions
occurred last night nortrest of
liheims, the war office repoiPatrol
encounters were reported rthwest
of Chemin des Dames on Aisne
front and near Bezonvaux,on the
Verdun front. (
Aside from bombardmentand re reciprocal
ciprocal reciprocal artillery duels, litt is go going
ing going on in the major theate: of the
war. On the French front tlweath tlweath-er
er tlweath-er i3 still cold and this, .with e snow
that covers the ground evrwhere,
, is impeding operations on large
scale,
BRITISH BAGGED SEVERi MAN
BIRDS -,'v
London, Sunday, Dec. J-Five
German airplanes were desfred ox
put out of action yesterday the
British who lost none of the; says
ahv official report: ; .
AMERICAN AVIATOR KlED
Paris Dec. 30. An Americ avia aviator
tor aviator was killed yesterday whimak whimak-ir.;r
ir.;r whimak-ir.;r a test flight before FVen and
; -'nerican pilots acting as erva erva-'
' erva-' ti'on aVir.tors. He made th loop
successfully against a violrvind,
but fell when he tried .'to repthe
periormance.
FRENCH VICTORY IN ITY
Rome, Dec. 31. In the onte
Tomba region the French tookemy
positions between Osteria di Ifer Ifer-ena
ena Ifer-ena and Mariazine',. the war aunc aunc-ed,
ed, aunc-ed, with the capture of 1400 rr and
seven cannon.
BERLIN'S BULLETIN
Berlin, Dec. 31. The nch
forces on the Northern Italiaront
yesterday took the .offensive. the
afternoon French infantry penned
v a 4fffon of the Teuton position
Monte Tompa, the general stan stan-nounced
nounced stan-nounced today.
AUSTRIAN'S PLAN COUN.
-.' ATTACK
'Vienna, Dec. 31. Counter
ures against the French are in C;e
Tff. preparation in the Monte Ta
V'M.'khe war office announces.
V. Vil" WAR IN SIBERIA
Fji Sunday, Dec. 30, Civil Civil-.
. Civil-. is in-progress at Irkutsk and
rounding districts. The town was
' on fire bv Red Guards after they
murdered the French consular ajj
and three other Frenchmen. C
munication with Petrograd has t.
cut off.
Harbin is quiet .with the Chinese
naiuiu i& 4UiVI,f

BRITISH nAVE i REGAINED LOmorning a&d the weather continued

GROUND DUteriy coa au aay. f jjast nigntj. ue-
- 1 tween midnight and morning the
London, Dec. 31. The British nercury sank to 19 in the govern govern-successful
successful govern-successful countev attacks on tnent thermometer, : which was only
Cambrai front haw regained mo,ne iegreV higher than that of the
important territory on the Wel,a(i freeze; of Feb. 18 last, when it
ridge taken by the Germans yesterent down to .18. The temperature
day the war office reports. ; risingj very slowly today, but the
' A SEASONED REPLY gather us cloudy, and it will prob prob-j
j prob-j qiusiw' ly be warmer tomorrow.
Tdnn' Dec.4l. The Mancheste

Guardian says.it is the intention

the British government wnen
Austro-German,peace terms are pre
ffioiiw fn return a serious

sented ofiiciaiiy io retuwt -V"-rrues?ay, January 1st, 1918, (N
seasoned reply. Premier P?J";ixs,Dy); being a legaF holiday

George has arrangea wu l"'
George has arranged to visit
the
with Premier Clemanceau on
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, I jThe Ocalaj National Bank.
Don't fail to see "Mother Gooee at Munroe & Chambliss Na-
Temple Theater Monday afternoon g tional Bank. ; 28-tf
and .night. Admission 10 and 15 cents. v.-v. .. I t
. ,a,t fail to ee "Mother Goose" at

Get Our prices on ine uuuui ,ne mcaier monuajr aiieniwu
vhen you are needing new tires. Bla- iht. Admission 10 and 15 cents.

lock Brothers Phone 78.
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?,Ian:cure -Sets, the good kind with
tea' steel in the files and kmvep, at
Guru's -Drus Store. "IS,

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THER SLOWLY
TURNING WARMER
Suffering in -New York City May be
Increased by a Team-
ster's Strike'
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 31. Some med med-eration
eration med-eration beginning tonight of the cold
wave, is the forecast today by the
weather bureau for the country east eastward
ward eastward of the Ohio valley. Canton, N.
Y., was the coldest point, in the coun country
try country this" morning w4t& 20 degrees be
low zero. Temperatures in the South
range from four degrees above at
Raleigh to 34 degrees at Miami, and
18 degrees at New Orleans Atlanta
and Jacksonville. ;
SUFFERING GREAT IN
. YORK CITY
NEW
New York, Dec. 31. There I is "no "no-indication
indication "no-indication of moderation from the in intense
tense intense cold which has gripped New
York for the past two days. 'At six
o'clock this mofniig the thermometer
stood at seven degrees below zero.
Several known cteaths- have resulted
from the cold, j Many coal "yards in
the city are empty : and others are
doling out supplies in lots from fifty
pounds, to a quarter of a ton.
. TEN DJ2AD FROM COLD
At noon reports.5 showed that ten
persons had perished from cold.
taking Advantage of the
":.l'.r.-A TROUBLE i "'.-.r.;
; ; -' t! -' -' :: .'
To further increase the seriousness
of the 'situation, coal teamsters
threaten to strike for higher wages.
EXPLOSION IN A (
PENNSYLVANIA MINE
(Associated Press)
Sci anton, Pa., Dec. 31. One man
was killed and nine injured by-a gas
explosion in the Underwood mine of
the Pennsylvania Coal Co. riear Troop
six miles from here, today."
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COLD WEATHER CONTINUES
.imw.wm.iuw;
thjtt nf flia hniTnfw with a vpntrpnnr
The promised cold f wave hit this
The tempejature was 26 yesterday
VNKS WILL CLOSE
NEW YEAR'S DAY
(New
in
state of : Florida, the undersigned
suh kt be CL0SED
i tDjjsiness on uaau uay.
V the Commercial Bank.
largest "and best assortment of
IVORY SETS ever shown in
The prices are right The Court
'.acy. s tf

US EVERY PERSOII'S DUTY TO' REPORT AT OIICE

HIS OH HEM
(Associated
'
Washington, Dec. 31. The great
task of gathering' income tax and ex excess
cess excess profits returns will begin with
the new year tomorrow. ; v
; Every unmarried -person earning
more than $1000 during the last year,
and every married person or head of
a family who made more than $2000,
must file with the internal revenue
collector of his district a report any
time between, tomorrow and March 1.
He will be notified before June 1-of
the tax due, and payment will be due
by June 15.;,;
The government expects to receive
$1,201,000,000;- from income taxes be before
fore before July 1, including $666,000,000
from individuals Wnd $535,000,000
from corporations. This is more than
Che third of the $3,400,000,000 esti estimated
mated estimated receipts under tb a war revenue
act passed by Congress at the last
session.
V From excess profits taxes, the gov government
ernment government expects to realize abouv
$1,220,000,000 before July i 1.
The rate of tax' for a married man
or the head of a family iS 2 per cent
on the amount of his net income ex exceeding
ceeding exceeding $2000, but leX than $4000,
and 4 per, cent on the amount of his
net income above $4000 but less than
$5000. An unmarried person not
the- head of a family will pay 2 per
cent on ; the- amount of net income
above $1000 but less than $3000, and
4 per cent on' the net income above
$3000 but less than $5000.
An extra levy, or surtax, in addi addition
tion addition to the normal tax, is imposed on
incomes, above $5000, so that the
amount of income between $5000 and
$7500 is subject to a total income
tax, including both normal and ex extra,
tra, extra, of 5 per cent, and between $7500
and $10,000, 6 per cent. The surtax
further increases, with higher in incomes,""
comes,"" incomes,"" so that amounts 'of $1,000,000
are taxable at 65 per cent with: one
per cent additional for each half
million up to two million dollars. All
incomes over the latter amount are
taxable at 67 per cent.
Typical income tax levies on heads
of families are as follows: Income of
$2500, tax is' $10; income of $3000,
tax is x$20; income of $3500, tax' is
$30; income of $4000, tax is $40; in income
come income of $4500, tax iy $60; income of
$5000, tax is $80.
, Unmarried persons would pay in
this way: Income of $1500, tax is
$10; income of $2000, tax is $20; in income
come income of $2500, tax is $30; income of
$300, tax is $40; income of $3500,, tax
is $60; income of $4000, tax is $80;
income i of $4500, tax is $100; income
of $5000, tax is $120.
Taxes may be paid in four instal instalments
ments instalments between now and June 15, if
this arrangement is preferred, but
the treasury will open a; determined
campaign soon to encourage persons
io pay their tax in full immediately,
and receive interest on the advance
payment.
A small army of accountants, es especially
pecially especially trained for the work in
schools conducted by district collec collectors
tors collectors for the past two weeks, will go
into the field beginning Wednesday to
assist, persons in filing their returns,
and will travel on pre-arranged itin itineraries
eraries itineraries for a month or more. In ad addition,
dition, addition, federal agricultural agents,
and representatives of state and
county councils of national defense,
have enlitsed in the campaign 6f edu education.
cation. education. By this extensive campaign
of education, Internal Revenue Com Commissioner'
missioner' Commissioner' Roper hopes to eliminate
the chances of failure to file a return
thrtfugh ignorance of the require requirements.":'
ments.":' requirements.":' ;
, In fact, officials in charge of the
tax gathering machine expect to
eliminate the usual grudging spirit
of taxpayers. They have called this
a "Liberty Tax," because its, pro
ceeds go to the same war cause as the
Liberty Bond issues, and every effort
will be made to encourage the spirit
of willing giving among those on
whom the tax falls.
About 7,000,000 persons will pay in

come taxes, it is estimated, and most
will be subject to a direct federal tax
for the first time, for less than 500, 500,-000
000 500,-000 paid income taxes last year under
the old law. Tax return forms have
been made as simple as possible, those
for incomes of less than $3Q00; being
especially free from technical feat features
ures features or inquisitorial items. ;
Corporations will pay income taxes
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also, but on a different basis." Their
net income is lubject to a tax of 6
per cent under the new war revenue
act, and cetrain technical deductions
are allowed. Corporation returns are
due between Jan. 1 and March .1, for
the" valendar year 1917, and com companies
panies companies operating on a fiscal year
basis must report within 60 days
after the ened of the fiscal year. '.
! Beginning tomorrow also, excess
profits returns for the year 1917 will
be received from corporations, part partnerships
nerships partnerships and individuals. The last
date for the filing of these is March
J.,: the same as on income returns, and
payment must be made also before
une 15, except under the fiscal year
arrangement.
Individuals making more than $6, $6,-000
000 $6,-000 during the year also are subject
to an 8 per cent, tax on their income
above that amount, independent of
the regular income taxes. This 8 per
cent, levy is imposed on individuals
with no "capital, such as professional
men with radney invested in books,
dentists and physicians' instruments,
or other, equipment.
Another kind of tax is laid upon ex.
cess profits of businesses having in invested
vested invested capital. On. this basis, taxes
or net incomes or profits in excess of
certain deductions are at the rate of
20 per cent, of the amount of. net in income
come income in excess of the deduction ana
not, in excess of 15 per cent, on the
invested capital; 25 per cent, on the
amount in excess of 15 per cent, and
not in excess of 20 per cent; 35 pel
cent, on the amount in excess of 20
per cent, and not in excess of 25 per
cent; 40 per cent, on the amount in
excess of 25 per cent, and not in ex excess
cess excess of 33 per cent; and 60 per cent cent-on
on cent-on the amount in excess of 33 per
cent.
Before a tax is levied on xcess
profits, for 1917, a business is permit
ted to make the same "percentage ofi
profit on its invested capital that it
made on its invested capital during
1911, 19i2, and 1913, the so-called
"pre-war" period, providing this is
not more than nine per cent, and $30, $30,-000
000 $30,-000 additional for a corporation o
$6,000 for a partnership or individual.
These arevthe deductions which are
not taxable. ;
Definition of terms, particularly
the items making up "iavested capi capital,"
tal," capital," have been made in a number of
recent regulations issued by Commis Commissioner
sioner Commissioner Roper. v
Excess profit taxes and income tax taxes
es taxes may be imposed on the same earn earnings,
ings, earnings, if they are sufficiently high.
The law specifies, however, that the
amount of tax payable under the ex ex-cess
cess ex-cess profits provision may be deduct deducted
ed deducted fromgross income, before determ determining
ining determining the net income on which income
taxes are paid.
COMPARATIVELY LITTLE
REST FOR MAIL CLERKS
At the postoffice tomorrow, the
general delivery and stimp windows
will be open from 9 to 11 a. m." All
"mail will be put In the boxes and one
delivery of mail, in the rsorinng, jfejll
be made by the carriers.
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. Mary C. Eliott and, her son,
Duncan, extend their sincerest thanks
to the many friends and neighbors
who rendered assistance and showed
them such great kindness during the
illness and at the death of their sis sister
ter sister and aunt, Miss Catherine Caul.
NOTICE TO AUTO OWNERS
Notice is given to the -owners of
automobiles that I will strictly en enforce
force enforce the law covering license num numbers
bers numbers and headlight dimmers. All
parties who have, made application
prior to the 1st day of January to
Hon. Ernest Amos, at Tallahassee,
for the license numbers and have not
j received them, will be given till the
-i Ail. r t 4 t i
xutn oi. January to get sucn numuers.
All cars must be provided with dim dimmers
mers dimmers on their headlights or a lense
that will comply with the law.
J. P. Galloway,
Sheriff Marion County, Fla.
1 Do you read the want ads?

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Big Parties' in the House Al Almost
most Almost Balanced

ABSO

LUTLELY NECESSARY THAT IH ALL VITAL MATTERS POL POLITICS
ITICS POLITICS SHOULD BE IGNORED

(Associated
Washington, Dec. 31. How close j -the
political balance in the House will I
5e when Congress reassembles Thurs-
dayis shown by a summary made by!
Clerk Thimble. This summary shows 5
a total membership of 435; demo-1
crats, sxi; repuwicans, zuy; inde independents,
pendents, independents, six, and nine vacancies.
CROZIER'S .SIDE OF THE CON CONTROVERSY
TROVERSY CONTROVERSY The Senate war inquiry was again
turned on ,the ordnance situation to today
day today when Major General Crozier was
permitted to take the stand in reply
to recent statements by Colonel Isaac
Lewis, inventor of the machine gun
rejected by the department in favor
of. the Browning type.
IMMENSE EXPORTS
American exports, according to an
estimate. Issued today by the depart
ihent of commerce, have passed the
six million mark for 1917, which is
a new., high record. Imports were less
than three billions. The trade -.balance
in favor of the United States
will be over three billion, one hundred
and fifty millions.
REGISTERED MEN TAKE NOTICE i
Navy Recruiting Station,
Room 211 Postoffice Building,
' Ocala, Fla., Dec. 31, 1917.
Registered men can enlist for the
navy, providing they have a certifi certificate
cate certificate from their local board releasing
them rom the next draft, under the
new classification.
Men are wanted for the following
branches:' Young men between the
ages of 18 and J35 to fill vacancies in
the navy as apprentice seamen, fire firemen,
men, firemen, cooks, bakers, radio operators
(can enlist telgraph operators for
the radio service).
Naval Aviation Corps
Machinists, gas engine mechanics,
coppersmiths, blacksmiths, carpen
ters, electricians, instrument work-,
ers wanted for aviation duty. These
men will be sent to Pensacola for
duty in the aviation corps.
Colored Men Wanted
Colored men wanted between the
ages of 18 and 35. Pay $37 up per
month to start.
For further information call at
or write this office. Office will be
open New Year's day as usual.
MINISTERS MEETING
All pastors reported small attend attendance
ance attendance yesterday morning and last
night. Last night at the union ser service
vice service at the Methodist church our peo people
ple people were delighted with the sermon
Rev. Smith Hardin delivered on "Thou
Shalt Love God with all Thy Might."
We wish to Brother Hardin and his
congregation a great year's work.
Four by baptism and one by letter
were reported by Brother Stephens.
Brother Wyatt reported two con confessions
fessions confessions since we last met. Let us
start the new year with greater faith
and works than ever. Officers were
elected for 1918: Bunyan Stephens,
president, C. E. Wyatt, secretary.
MAX LOST HIS MONEY
Max Jsraelson lost a bet with a
Star reporter today. Max bet. the
reporter had on five times the most
clothes, and the reporter, knowing
no newspaper man whatever could
have on five times as much clothes
as anybody, took him up. The only
way to decide was to strip and weigh
their clothes. Both peeled down to
their pants and the reporter began
pulling off his, but Max's modesty as asserted
serted asserted itself and he told the Star man
to take the stakes.
United States Tires "are good
tires" and I have them in all sizes.
B. F. Condon, phone 129. 19-tf

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FALL OF THE FLEECY
Snow Fall in Ocala Today for the
First Time in Almost v
J Nineteen Years
Our people wererf astonished at
about 1:15 thi3 afternoon to see the;
snow coming down in small, scatter- '.
ed but distinct flakes. -
The flakek were about as big as a -good-sized
shot, and melted almost
as quickly as they hit the ground.
The snowfall lasted about ten min minutes.
utes. minutes. It was the first snow seen in
Ocala since the severe freeze in Feb February,
ruary, February, 1899.
One result of the snowstorm was
j to work the hello girls almost to -I
death. Everybody who saw the snow;
(falling tried to phone everybody else,
; and the two operators at central
wisned lor awhile they were triplets.
GUS HILL'S MINSTRELS
FULL OF GINGER
A Writer in the Richmond Dispatch
Says of Gus Hill's Minstrels, Who -Will
Be at the Temple Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday Night, Jan. 11
Gus Hill's minstrels as the Thanks Thanksgiving
giving Thanksgiving Day attraction at the Acad Academy
emy Academy of Music,, matinee and 'night,
drew a large and enthusiastic au audience.
dience. audience. Those who attended saw a
production elaborately staged and'
well represented.
At thevjnatinee there was a delay
of nearly an hour past the, time for
the first curtain, due to the baggage
of the company not having arrived,
but the audience was patient. The
matinee, as a consequence, did not
end until nearly 6 o'clock. The reg regular
ular regular show was-abridged also to some
extent. ;
The company is a strong one, thirty-five
men appearing on the stage
in the first part; of these, twelve com-
posed the orchestra, a. very good on;
which played spirited accompani accompaniments.
ments. accompaniments. The singing staff is likewise
a good one, arid the comedians capa capable
ble capable and full of ginger. Some of the.
best solo numbers were those by Johnf
P. Uodgers, bass, who gave "Any Old
Port in a Storm"; William H. Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, bass, 'whose song was "Some-,
body Loves You, Dear." Jack- Mc Mc-Shane
Shane Mc-Shane and Thomas Hughes were the
solo tenors, and both disclosed excel excellent
lent excellent voices. A first clas3 double quar quartet
tet quartet sang the chorus part with the
various soloists. w
The company is fortunate i in hav having
ing having two such old-time comedians as
Eddie Mazier and George ..Wilson,
both of whom contributed some ex extremely
tremely extremely clever monologue andehar andehar-acter
acter andehar-acter work. Mr. Wilson's suffrage
speech before the curtain was receiv received
ed received with roars of laughter, and the
Chaplinesque trousers evoked many a
smile. (
An unusually timely and spectacu spectacular
lar spectacular feature was the scene "Some "Somewhere
where "Somewhere in France," depicting the deck
of a modern battleship under the
shadow of big guns, wherein sixteen
"jackies" gave a very intricate short
sword drill, with musical accompani accompaniment,
ment, accompaniment, to which they kept strict time
with the clashing of their swords. A
banjo and bell ringing act, given be before
fore before the curtain, was another strong
feature, and much enjoyed.
Two typical darkey sketches bring-
ing in the entire strength of the com
pany were presented; in these there
was some good ensemble dancing and
some spicy comedy. Frequent pat patriotic
riotic patriotic reference brought forth en enthusiastic
thusiastic enthusiastic applause. v
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater' Monday afternoon
and night. Adiission 10 and 15 cents.

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OCA LA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1917

OCALA EVENING STAR

fabllbeI Erery IS-.' Biet Sunday by
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Electros must be mounted, or charge

win be made lor mounting.

Happy New. Year for all the Star's

friends and its enemies can go way-

back and Eit down. '..

Woodpiles are melting like snow
balls in

The bottom fell out of the
mometer last night.

ther-

Here we go, into the most terrific

year of American history.

You1 can bet your bottom dollar
that nobody loves the ice man today.
The patriot wants to do his bit and
the dollar, patriot wants to do the

government. r ;

Miss., a distant relative of the ad admiral,
miral, admiral, has enlisted in the United

States navy. Frank surely i3 a prac-

ical boy.
Definite steps toward national uni

fication of railroads and improvement

of congested conditions were taken

Saturday by Director General Mc-

Adoo, in the appointment of a tern-

porary staff and the issuing of his
first formal order directing absolute
pooling of all traffic, common utiliza utilization
tion utilization of terminals, rolling stock and

other facilities, hauling of freight by
the shortest routes, ; and retention of
all present officers and employes.

Special instructions .were issued for

the clearing of congestion in New
York and Chicago through pooling of
terminals and other traffic facilities,
and Alfred H. Smith, president of the

New York Central, was named tem temporary
porary temporary special assistant to supervise
transportation in the truck ( line, terri

tory east of the Mississippi nana
north of the Ohio rivers, where con congestion
gestion congestion is greatest. ;.

The selective draft .has worked like

almost everything else a peaceful
nation has to-, do when it goes into
war in a bunglesome way. Thru

the dishonesty or incompetency of
many of the exemption boards, thou thousands
sands thousands of unfit men have been sent to
the training camps, and thousands of
those fit have been allowed to stay at
home. But the principle is sound and

it will work out in time.

extended
the field-

to the v American army in

During November, the United
States mints coined 77,000,000 pen pennies,
nies, pennies, 18,000,000 dines and 11,000,000
nickels to meet the holiday trade de demand.

Fifty thousand airplane workers in
England recently struck and serious seriously
ly seriously delayed the construction of air airplanes
planes airplanes urgently needed for war pur purposes.
poses. purposes.

Hon. woodrow Wilson has one
great deficiency he lets two or more

responsible men differ and delay on

some important work building ships

or ,-making machine guns, for in

stance when he should take them

and bang their heads together and
tell them to agree or get out. But

we suppose he will overcome this t

amiable weakness before the war is

A Virginia county judge has just
issued a warrant for the kaiser for
disturbing the public peace. His in intentions,
tentions, intentions, at least, were good and will

help to pave the way to Sheol for
Wilhelm.

The American navy for the firs

time in history will employ .women

nurses aboard its hospital ships. The
Comfort and the Mercy will be the
first ships to be so supplied.
' Miss Rankin, the only woman mem

ber of Congress, was defeated for the
chairmanship of the committee on
woman suffrage and a democrat from
California was elected for the place.
Among the satisfied in consciencfc
these cold days are the women and
girls who knit and sent sweaters and
mufflers and helmets and wristlets
and socks to our boys in the training
camps.
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Good old friend of ours, a brothei
Woodman, handed us a fifty; cents
Friday for smokes for the boys in
France. How many Woodmen and

many, and so underestimating her
power, but by surpassing her in her
characteristic points of strength." He
spoke a mouthful of wisdom.
We may be at war with the Ger German
man German kaiser and not with the German

people, but you no doubt have, noticed

that it is the German people we are
shooting at. Miami Metropolis.
We'd shoot at the kaiser if he
didn so carefully keep out of range.
The government has' found a job
for the Interstate Commerce Com Commission.
mission. Commission. It has been drafted to in investigate
vestigate investigate general conditions on east eastern
ern eastern trunk lines. Wonder what Florr
ida can draft her railroad commission
for. 1

Two eovernment inspectors and

three hat manufacturing firms in

New York have been indicted for con

spiring to defraud the government

out of $3,000,000 on a contract for a

million army hats.
v "'

During the past year, the Star has

said a good many mean things, most

of which were true, but it is perpect perpect-ly
ly perpect-ly willing to be forgiven for them

all. It doesnt have to forgive any

body for the mean things said about

it, for it didn't care a dan?.

t y

over.
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Through an order issued by Dr,

Harry A. Garfield, fuel administra-)!

tor, and effective from December 24
untjl further notice, vthe government
has virtually assumed control of
every' ton of coal mined in a drastic
effort to equalize distribution for war
needs.' ,';.;

Major General Crozier ,chief of
ordnance of the United States army,
will be mercilessly censured for in inefficiency
efficiency inefficiency and delays in supplying the
soldiers' needs by the Senate military
affairs committee, which is investi investigating
gating investigating army conditions. SeemS to the
Star that he should be retired. 1

A Philadelphia negro recently
brought to a police station 90 slices
of bread that he had saved, as his
contribution to the conservation of
food.. What 'an example he set to

(greedy white men! 5

French estimates reported 1,000,

000 German casualties on the western

front during ,1917.

The United States government will
expend $1,000,000,000 V during the

coming year m military buildings.
., ; ( u i m i ,i
Our boys in France are training
and marching and fighting in snow,
and not making any fuss about it,
either. '

Since the war the number of Jews
in Palestine has been reduced two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds by hunger sickness iand dis distress.
tress. distress. Begin tomorrow' to buy war saving
stamps. It is a good, way 'to invest
your money and help America win
the war. .

' A member of the English parlia parliament
ment parliament ha3 started a movement to pro prohibit
hibit prohibit smoking by girls under 21
years of age. ;

Nine women were on the Los An Angeles
geles Angeles jury that recently convicted
three pacifists. "The female of the
species," etc.

More than 3000 Red Cross nurses
are in active service, 2000 abroad,
and they are volunteering at the rate
of -1000 a month. v

One nackap'e of tnhapeo won't, last.

soldier thru the war, you know.

, Professor Whipple of the School of
Journalism of the University of Vir-

ginia has been ousted for unpatriotic
utterances. Virginia is a bad state

for unpatriots.
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Ninety-six per cent of the employes
of the Standard Oil Company of Cal California
ifornia California subscribed to the second Lib Liberty
erty Liberty Loan. There is no doubt that
, they had the money. t
:, t

We are mighty hard up this New
Year's eve, but we are chipping in a
dollar for smokes for the boys in
France. ) How many of our readers
will follow suit?

The government should supervise
all enterprises .the work of which
has any bearing oir the wari-li should
see that the workmen are well paid
and otherwise well treated, and it
should also see to it that they do good
work, and do not quit for fancied
grievances.
What has become of the old fash fashioned
ioned fashioned kid that used t be satisfied
with an orange and a ten cent jack-in-the-box
for Christmas ? Fort
Lauderdale Herald.
There were a good many new new-fashioned
fashioned new-fashioned kids in the world this
Christmas who had to be satisfied
with less.
An unknown donor has given $25, $25,-000
000 $25,-000 toward the $400,000 fund which
the American Bible Society is raising

to provide Bibles for our soldiers. He
had better have given the money to
the Red Cross.. It's a safe set that

any soldier who wants a Hible
obtain one from home.

can

Secretary of the Navy Daniels ask asked
ed asked Congress to broaden the present
law so as to provide that seamen
who are. injured while intoxicated
shall lose their pay ; Congress should
leave that matter to the officers who
are in command of the seamen.

John D. Rockefeller Jr. said at a

recent, dinner of the New York City
Baptist Mission that "immersion as a
condition for membership in the
church is mad-made" and that in the
church of the future forms and cere ceremonies
monies ceremonies will play a minor part. John
is a heretic.

how many who are not Woodmen, will
follow his example?
The American Tobacco Company
loses money on every 25-cent package
that you buy thru the Star to send to
the boys in France, but it says, "keep
the quarters coming and well keep
the tobacco going."

Congressman H. J. Drane of the,

first Florida district will be a candi candidate
date candidate for re-election. Mr. Drane
seems to have done fairly well, and it
is ; pretty good policy, particularly
just at this time, to keep experienced
men in Congress.

The .big bakers of New York city
declare that the war bread baTsed un under
der under the Hoover formula is as costly
as the usual loaf, and will sell as
high as the latter. They don't like
Hoover anyhow.
President Neilson of Smith Col College
lege College says, ''Victory is to be gained,
not by denying all virtue to Ger-

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SALE, FOR RENT ANtt SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES: Six line maximum, one
time 2fc; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable In advance.

DR. D. M. BONEY
"My Optician"
EYESIGHT
SPECIALIST

I especially offer my services to the

people, of Central Florida, and invite

jersonai visits or mail orders.
202-204 Hogan St., Park Hotel Bldg.
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA'

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FOUND In my car Thursday, De-

Lcember 27th, a saddle, etc. Owner

may have same by identifying prop

erty and paying expenses. J. M. Har-

relson, Oxford, Fla. 31 dw It

WANTED Two hound pups from'

two to six months old. Address Tom

Smothers, R. F. V., Micanopy, Fla. 3t

FOR SALE Home cured lard and

home cured smoked meats. Every
pound guaranteed. Any quantity. Ad

dress C. H. Luff man, Sparr, Fla. lm

Nebraska, trappers are proclaiming
the merits of camouflaged -. muskrat
as better than pig or chicken, if
properly seasoned. But it takes a
spry person to catch a muskrat.
There is a good Jrospect that a lot
of railroad lobbyists will have to
work or starve, and it wouldn't Jbe a
bit surprising if Several railroad railroad-owned
owned railroad-owned newspapers have to suspend.
To avenge the death of Admiral
Craddock, of the British navy, who
went down with his flagship, Good
Hope, off the coast of Chile in 1914,
before a superior German enemy,
Frtr.: Culver Czuddcck of Tula,

ome of the men doing special
work in the rolling mills of the Unit United
ed United States Steel Corporation are earn earning
ing earning from $20 to $30 a day. Presi President
dent President Gary says, "these are good men,
well satisfied, doing good work and
being paid accordingly."
The big increase in 'the loss of
German submarines is said to be due
to the American idea of going after
the Germans at their bases rather
than waiting till .they get after, our
shipping on the high seas. This has
hroken the nerve of the U-boat crews.

1 President Wilson has prohibited the
execution of any more American sol soldiers
diers soldiers except in Gen. Pershing's
forces before the sentences of the
courts martial have been reviewed in
Washington. H'm, well; that is
something else he had better let the
army attend to
Jess Willard wants to give exhi exhibition
bition exhibition fights for the benefit of the
Red Cross. The big mutt should' be
drafted. If he wants to help the Red
Cross, why doesn't he drive an ambulance.

Has become the slogan
only on the highway
travel, but also in all

of industry. There's
such thing as safety
your valuable property
no covered by

not
i of
ines
no
if

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FIRE INSURANCE
We represent a number of
the most reliable companies
in existence, and our facil facilities
ities facilities are not surpassed in
Florida.

D.VV DAViS4 Agency
; r HOLDER BLOCK
OCALA FLA.

(aooai

Arthur Guy Empey, the author of
"Over the TJp," the famous war
book, pleads that the ration of rum

solders, during severe weather, be J

2

Your;
Heavier Clothes
Need Attention!

STEAM CLEAN
and PRESS
On Hoffman Press
No Glossy Finish
OCALA STEAM
LAUNDRY
- Just Phone 101

FIRE WOOD For sale. Stove wood

lengths. Phone 185X, for prompt de delivery.
livery. delivery. J. C. Johnson. 10-lm j

FOR SALE Nice lot 70 x 112 in sec

ond ward also nice residence lot at

$200. W. W. Condon. 21-tf
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WANTED Old False Teeth. Don't
matter if broken. I pay $2 to $15 per
set. Send by parcel post and receive
check by return mail. L. MAZER,

2007 S. Fifth 1 Avenue, Philadelphia,

FOR RENT The residence known

as the Rawls home on Nonth Sanchez

street. All- modern improvements.
Apply to C. Rheinauer. 11-26-tf

REO ROADSTER For sale cheap. In
fair condition. Will make a good
truck; $150- Apply at the Maxwell!

Agency, Ocala, Fla.

NOTICE

TO CREDITORS

Notice is hereby given to all. cred

itors, legatees, distributees, and all

other persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the estate of Andrew
Olson, deceased, to present the same
to the undersigned, duly proven

withm two years from this date, to-

wlt:

This 4th day of August, A. D. 1917. J

OSCAR ANDREWS,

As Administrator of the Estate of
Andrew Olson, Deceased. 8-6-mon

NOTICE TO REGISTRANTS

The local advisory board will hold
daily sessions (holidays and Sundays
excepted) in the petit jury room on

the third floor of the postoffice build'

ing from 9 a. m. to noon, and from

1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. to render assist

ance without charge to registrants in

filling out questionnaires. Some mem-

Jbers or associate members of the

board wiil be in attendance until the

work is completed. R. A. Burford,

tf Chairman Legal Advisory Board.

FALL IRISH POTATOES

Mr. Thos J. Perry of Pine is haul

ing his crop of choice fall Irish pota

toes to town for sale. Mr. Turner
raised 200 barrels, graded the pota potatoes
toes potatoes in a potato grader to three sizes
and has them on the market. The

Maxwell truck came in this after

noon with a load. Any one wishing to
purchase the potatoes can feet in

touch with Mr. Perry at the Star of

fice.

United States Bonds
and War Sayings Stamps
We have received our allotment of Four
Per cent. Bonds of the Second Liberty Loan and
are prepared to fill orders. Where bonds are to
be delivered by mail, order should include Ten
Cents for registry fees. We also have on hand
a supply of Thrift Stamps and cards; War Savings
Stamps and Certificates.1 We will le lad to fur furnish
nish furnish informations about the Government War
Saving Plan.
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The Munr oe & Chambliss
National Bank

lOHiM CME I

Among the important questions confront the average fam fam-ily
ily fam-ily at this time is he one of Holiday Cake This is the time
that an up-to-date live BAKERY is more.ppregiated thanin
ordinary times. Our facilites are exceptioilly fine for making
all kinds of Holiday goods for our customs, andfthe cost .will
likely be less than if you made them up iiyour home. Read
over this list and let us have yourorders aonce.

Per lb.,
Frait Cake. J 45c
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Citron Cake.... 45c
1 1 layer Cake .... 50c

Per lb.
Angel )od 50c
RaisiiCake 45c
Poundake : .40c

;'ou are invited to .call at our place and;e the sanitary man- v
ner in which bur gocds are prepared:
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Phone 360.

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TO THE EAST 5
"Coast Line Florida Blair
"Palmetto Limited" t
' ""Havana Limited

"St. Louis Jacksoi Express"
Steel Sleeping Cars Betweea Tannd Washington, Philadelphia
and New York: Jacksonville anc Chicf Lonis, Cincinnati, Louisville
and Indianapolis. Observation Cars, S Cars.

TO THE WEST
"Seminole Limited"
"The Southland" -"Dixie
Flyer"

The best flashlignt made is the
Everready Daylo. I can furnish you
with one for your vest pocket or in

larger sizes. B. F. Condon, Merchants'

Block. Phone 129. 19-tf

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STANDARD RAILROADTHE SOUTH
For tickets and reservations call on
W. T. GUY, VJ KIIIKU tf, O. P. A.
, T. A, Ocala, Florida. j Tampa, Fla.

Don,'t fail to see "Mother Goose" at

Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.

Readthe Star "Vit Ads It pays

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OCA LA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, DECEMBER 31, 1317

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GREETING!

We Wish Our Patrons

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M PROSPEROUS, NEW YEAR
And Take This Occasion to Thank
Them for JTheir Pat mage
During the Past Year
DOLLAR LIM1T STORE

Ocala,

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C. Brouse, Manager.

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Florida.

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OCALft, FLORIDA

C APITAL STOCK $50,0Q0.0a.
State, County and City Depository

If Yoa Hare Any News for this De

partment, Call Two-One-Fire
or Two-Seven A

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WINDSOR HOTEL

JACKSONVILLE,FLORIDA

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.

fry moaern convenience in eaco room. u. img iv.w &eivn.e ia

ond to none. . -- .. A i-

RATES From. $1.50 per day per person to $6. v

OBLRT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH

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ANY STORAGE BATTERY RE-CHARGED OR
REPAIRED r
Special attention to Prest-c-Lite Batteries in Maxwell Cars. Bring
me your Battery Work. Charges Reasonable and Service First Class.
"ONGE'S BATTERY SERVICE

UNWELL STATION

OCALA, FLORIDA

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' First Class
"CHINESE .LAUNDRY.
J. J. Loy, Proprietor
Ail DELICATE -LINENS, ETC.
Receive Special Attention
12 E Ft King Ave; Ocala, F!a.

- The New Year w
We stdl We the ancient custom of

ringing the cliwrch bells to nsher the

old year out with love, and to wel

come the new yer in with gladness.
May every home sav farewell to 1917

Jby reading TennysoVs "In Memor-

iam," at least that portn of it which

says: ; ;.

Ring out a slowly dying ause:
m .

Ana ancient iorms oi paty strife,
Ring in the nobler modes of Ufe.

With sweeter manners, purer laws.

Ring out false pride in place and

blood, x
"The civic slander and the spite

Rinsr in the love of truth and right!

Ring in the common love of good.

Ring in the valiant man and free,
The larger heart, the kindlier hand,
Ring out the darkness of the land,
Ring in the Christ that is to be."
Pretty Courtesies for Miss Catherine
Henry
Miss Elizabeth Hocker entertained
about eight 'friends at a pretty din dinner
ner dinner party Saturday night in honor of
her friend. Miss Catherine Henry of
Oklawaha and of her cousin, Mi.
Herndon Hansbrough of Tampa.
This afternoon Miss Hocker and
her visitors will be entertained at a
small matinee party-given by Miss
Elizabeth Bennett.
Tuesday Miss Carita Camp will en entertain
tertain entertain the following girls at a spend
the day party in honor of Misa Hen

ry: Misses Elizabeth Hocker, Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Bennett, Rhoda Thomas, Annie

MacKay, Ulanee Bamett and Mary

Lane.
Miss Henry will return, to the lake

Wednesday, accompanied by Miss

Hocker, who will be her guest for the

remainder of the week.

' v Little Miss Waters

Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Waters are the

happy parents of an eight-pound lit

tle daughter who arrived about ten

o'clock last morning at the hospital.
Mr. and Mrs. Waters make their
home with Mrs. Susan Ellis and have
many friends who are greatly inter

ested in their first born.
v

Mrs. C. V. Roberts is home from
Live Oak, where she went to attend

the funeral of Mr. X A.1 Howes.

. Miss .Ciloise ienry will come up

from the lake today to be the guest

of Miss Mabel Meffert until Wednes
day.

: A

Mr. Sidney Haile has returned to

his farm near Gainesville after

spending Christmas with his family

on Oklawaha avenue.

'-
Mr. Herndon Hansborough of Tam

pa arrived in Ucala baturday alter

noon to visit his aunt, Mrs. William

Hocker and daughters.

-Mrs. Mabry Sumner and little girl

Mabry left Saturday afternoon for a

several day's visit to their Tampa

relatives.

Messrs. James Taylor and Alfred
Green returned home last night from

Jacksonville, where they went Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday to attend the K. A. conven

tion.,

Mr. -and' Mrs. .usher .Norwood and

little son left Saturday afternoon for
a short visit to. Mrs. Norwood's

mother and sister, Mrs. S. C. Sanders
and Miss Louise Sanders in St. Pe Petersburg.
tersburg. Petersburg. The Episcopal bazaar which was
held in the old Teapot Grovery store
room the week before Christmas was
a great success financially, as their
profits amounting to $230 were en

tirely clear.

Mrs. J. B. Ley left Thursday for

Cairo, Ga., accompanying her two

two daughters, Mrs. L. C. Bell and

Miss Ruth Ley, who were called from

their homes in Cairo by the death of

their father, Rev. J, B. Ley. Orlando

A HAPPY NEW YE AR :
To those whom we call our customers and to those others whom
we hope to call Customers before another twelfth-month rolls by
we wish the happiest good luckiest New Years ever.
We are going to do" our part to make it so, by better-than-ever co cooperation
operation cooperation witbevery force and every individual ttiat is working to
make our city a bigger, healthier, happier and more economical
place to live.
We hope to see you many times during the three-hundred-and
sixty-five-days to come and we shall try to conduct our business
so that your visits here will be among the most pleasant and
profitable hours of the bright NEW YEAR.

FRANK'S

MRSv NE

OWENS WALDO

BIrs. Nelliewens Waldo waa born

Feb. 4, 184S, awinnsboro. S. C Her

father, wit tin brdthers. General
Wilham A. pwek and Dr. James B.
Owens, came to Irida in 1858. They
lived on a laie pKntation in Marion
county obtomid frd General Clinch
by an old Spanish gknt.

Miss Owens Vas eAcated at Lime

stone school ner Spaanburg, S. C,
and Miss Allislpn's ik rharTpcAn

She had a grea love fV books and
in them she fomd muchXjoy. Miss
Owens' mother, tary A. 9wens was
a sister of Col. Win M. Dintzler of
Orangeburg, S. G, who commanded
the 22nd South tarolina iegiment
during the war ft indpnonrT

4 i JT VVV V4
the Southern stated Her only "broth-

er, Aioert w. uwe was state's at attorney
torney attorney for the Nohern District of
ni 1 m 1

rioriaa irom eariy tnanhood till hih

death at the age of fc. He was edu educated
cated educated at the Virgin! Military Insti Institute
tute Institute and the Univerfcy of Virginia.

nvvr ou, J.OIU, ansa wens was mar married
ried married to Joseph W. Wo, who at the

age oi lb entered to. k Confederate
army in the Second irida cavalry,

Company C, in which served thru
the war.? His father, V. Benjamiu
Waldo, owned a large 'potation near
Ocala. This happy marWe was not
to last three 'years latei Mr. Waldo,

at the age of 27, passeiaway. Not
a day passed from his ctth to hen

that she did not experiele a loving

thought of him and greaust have
been the rejoicing in heam on that
Christmas morn, f
Mrs. Waldo has spent rach of her
time with a devoted brter-in-law,
Mr. A. L. Waldo of Atlantwho shfc
sent a loving Christmas gring, the
last act in life.
Mrs. Waldo leaves two Arrowing
daughters, Mrs. W. W. Haiss and
Mrs. Annie Waldo Van Daan, a
grandson, Mr. Albert Owenslarriss
and. a granddaughter, Miss Proline
Waldo Harriss, also many ofkr liv living
ing living relatives. .

the federal land bank
is now investigating fiorida loan applications, the
bank furnishes special forms for record data re regarding
garding regarding your title and will not accept the usual
abstract made by any abstractor in fiorida.
if you have made an application for a loan, it
is of vital importance to you to show now that your
title security 'is as good as your value security, if
you have not made application but think of doing
so, get your title in shape now so that when your
application is made, that delay will not be caused
by the necessity of then perfecting the record title
to your lands. ;t
without solicitation, I have been appointed a local
examiner for the federal land bank and my years
of experience both in abstract and title work war warrant
rant warrant me in saying that' my services, for you, will
result in properly placing before the land bank, in
the least possible time, the title data required in
connection with your loan.
r. s. rogers,

telephone no. 481

m. & c bank building.

U Have the Equipment and Ability

To sc rve you as yau ought to be, servied, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for th. is the only way we can accomplish
vur iesirs. : :

r.met'mes. little tning go wrong, out vuey ar; uui, uivcu-

Of course,

tiotial, and. if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.

Ocala Ice & Packleg Co.

pnONE 34

OCALA, FLA.

Put ail Ad in the Star

Star.

Miss Miss Virginia Bruce Loney,

one oi the liu Americans rescued
from the Lusitania when that steam

ship was sunk, will be married to

Mr. Robert H. Gamble of Jackson

ville, who has enlisted in the aviation

section of the navay reserve. Miss
Loney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Allen
D. Loney were lost when the Lusi

tania sank. Mr. Gamble is a son of

Mr. and Mrs. Robert Gamble of
Jacksonville, previously of i Rich-

mond, Va. He has been training at
th aviation camp at Miami.

.
lanta the last of the week toend
several weeks with Mrs. Iight
brother, Lieut. Harry Johnston, who

is at Camp Gordon.

$ 5 makes 20 soldiers happy
It will buy twenty of these 25 cent
kits of tobacco and cigarettes
Look at the 'Smokes' it buys

early Saturday morning from Camp
Johnston, where he is in ".the quar quartermaster's
termaster's quartermaster's department, to visit his
parents until Sunday afternoon. Mr.
TenEyck was wearing his good-looking"
quartermaster's uniform and long
coat. He and his brother, Hubert in
his navy garb, were the center of at attraction
traction attraction yesterday afternoon. Hubert
TenEyck expects to leave Wednesday
for Richmond and from there will
return to his ship.
r
Mrs. S. E Leigh expects to leave

about the middle of the week fob,
Jacksonville to visit her mother, j
Mrs. Francis Johnston. Mrs. Leigh,
and her mother expect to go to At-

Mr. James Leslie of Pansckee
arrived today to spend a week ith
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe.
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Special Feature at the Temple T
Night :,
The wonder nlav 'Modern Motl

Goose," a five-reel feature at tbj
regular Temple prices, will be shorn!
there t this afternoon and tonight.
This is really a wonderful pictun

and has only one grown person, Fre4 1

One hundred and five children,Nfromi
three to fifteen years of age, prettyl
and clever t little people, have made'
"Modern Mother Goose" demanded in
all parts of the country.
The world's youngest movie leading
man, Ellis Paul, will be supported by
dainty little Harriet Van Bogardies,
and the Chicago Children "Players.
Special music make sthis picture even
more realistic.
The story is of a dear little boy,
Tommy, who has never had a birth birthday
day birthday party, and a kind fairy takes

him to fairyland from which he sees
into Mother Goose's realm. And, oh!
the wonderful places and people that
he sees! The old woman who lives

in the shoe and all her kiddies flying
through the clouds. Mistress Mary
Quite Contrary, Old King Cole, a
witch, and worst of all, a giant.
This picture has been heartily en endorsed
dorsed endorsed for children, but like the fa famous
mous famous "Jack and the Bean Stalk," now
running in other Florida towns,
should draw the same1 grown-up
crowds. Grown-ups .who have not
forgotten-when they were children
will be made light-hearted. In the
words of the old verse:
"Backward, turn backward, O time in
thy flight;

Make me a child again,, just for tonight.".

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X. LEO COLLEGE

SAINT LEO, PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA
IDEAL BOARDING SCHOOL FOR YOUIIG GEHTLEME1I
Courses in Classics, Science and Commerce. Also
U Primary Department. Send for Catalogue.
Rev. F. Benedict, Director.
C?ENS FOR THE FALL TERM, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1317.

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f AGE FOUR

OCAJLA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEM
5MRER 31, 1817

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K. of P. meet tonight.
Council meets ? tomorrow evening.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Masons meet Thursday evening.
Fresh milk, iiewett Dairy, at the
Delicatessen Shop, 15c. quart. 12-tf
The, county judge has issued license
to Mr. Acey Markham and Miss Edna
.Watson.
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
Let us give you prices on vulcan vulcanizing
izing vulcanizing before you throw away that
tire. Blalock Brothers. Phone 78. 6t
The government reaped $63.13 from
the wartax on Coburn'st minstels'
performance. Cobe and his boys are
helping to beat, the Germans.
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
FOR S ALE Pair of genuine Mal Maltese
tese Maltese kittens; about two months old.
' Price $3. Inquire at Star office. 6t
After a holiday visit to his home
hereMr. Hibbert Weathers left to to-'day
'day to-'day to resume his duties at Camp
Gordon.
' We are showing the handsomes
Seventy-five cent boxes of Stationery
in all colors that we've ever had.
Gerig's Drug Store. 18
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
The Wekiwa, the first boat of the
Daylight Line to run this season,
left Silver Springs this morning for
Palatka.
I always keep on hand a full line
of the famous Goodyear Tires. Let
me supply you. B. F.' Condon, Mer Mer-.
. Mer-. chants' Block; Phone 129. 19-tf
Revl Wt H. Coleman has received a"
call to pastor the Christian church at
Kissimmee, and will probably accept.
The Christians ak Kissimmee have a
large congregation and a fine church.
.' Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
Mr. W. M. Martin today received
orders to report at Camp Gordon on
January 5th to begin training in the.
officers' reserve corps. He -leaves for
Atlanta Wednesday.
Dont fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
The Belleview people will give a
dance att their pretty clubhouse to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow evening. They expect to
dance the old year out and the new
year in and will be glad if a number
of their Ocala friends are present.
Chesapeake Bay uysters received
daily at the Delicatessen Shop, Ocaia
House block. 17-tf
Mr. Marcus Frank writes friends
in this city that, there is gTeat suffer suffering
ing suffering from cold in New York city. He
and his family. had no heat in their
apartments for two days last week,4it
being impossible on account of lack
of fuel to provide warmth.
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
, ; . i
Capt. Edward Drake, the gallant
commander of Company A, after a
three, days visit spent with his fam family
ily family here, left today to rejoin his com company
pany company at Camp Wheeler. This may be
, Captain Drake's last visit home be before
fore before the "Dixie Division" .goes to
France. ' i v:; '-'
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose"vat
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
v and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
Mr. Vernon Gallagher, left Sunday
afternoon for Seffner, near Plant
City, to spend the remainder of his
furlough with his parents. Mr. Gal Gallagher
lagher Gallagher "brought with him some real
reminders of the war in the shape of
two helmets and a cuirass with .leg
guards taken from v German soldiers
by the French. He put them on dis display
play display in Gerig's drugstore window,
where they attracted much interest.:
Nunnally's Candies (the standard
of the South) a limited quantity at
Gerig's Drug Store. 18
Dr. H. C. Dozier, who was appoint appointed
ed appointed captain in the medical branch at
Fort Oglethorpe some time ago, re received
ceived received orders Saturday night to re report
port report there for duty Tuesday. Dr. Do Dozier
zier Dozier ; was packed and ready to leave
this af ternoon-.,when he received a
telegram from the surgeon general
granting him ten days leave of ab absence,
sence, absence, owing to his illness. Dr. (or
Captain) Dozier has been quite ill
since before Christmas with a very!
bad cold;'
Chefteake By Oysters recdveo
daily sUthe Delicatessen Shop, Ocaln
House block, 17-tf

LIST 6F REGISTRANTS

To Whom Questionnaires were Mail Mail-ed
ed Mail-ed December 31, 1917
. Amos James, Ocala.
Willie Gilram, Ocala.
Dolphus Vaughn, Span.
Harry V. Thom, Anthony.
Mitchell Davis, Elmwood.
George Jackson, Belleview.
Roy Edwin Nettles, Flemington.
..- Fenton A. Blitch, Ocala.- 1
John Brown, Kendrick.
George A. Carr, Belleview.
Elsie E. Smoak, Micanopy.
Louie Bennv. Juliette.
.Ira Simpson, Boardman.
Weston Bagleys, Sparr.
J. B. Gore Jr., Lacota.
Raleigh Alvin Potts, Romeo.
. Willie McCoy, Ocala.
Joe Bomolini, Ocala.
Aaron E. Williams, Anthony.
Andrew Michael, Ocala.
E D. Watson, Dunnellon.
Ed Houston, Citra.
Vaanderbilt Butler, Morriston.
Geo. D. Pasteur, Anthony.
Robert Mosby, Ocala.
Ernest Wilson, Reddick.
Abraham Collins, Ocala. 4
James Williams, Ocala.
Jerry Irons, Martin.
Jesse Amos, Rockwell.
James Fraser, Romeo.
David Nelson, Dunnellon.
Fred Leaver, Ocala.,
Henry Dikes, Stanton.
Israel Jackson, Ocala.
Alexander Morgan;- Morriston.
John T. Lewis Jr., Oklawaha.
Joseph E. Porter, x Irvine.
Samuel L. Mathews, Candler.
Harvey C. Waters, Kendrick.
Absalon Waddell, Belleview.
James Bennett, Reddick.
Gary Atkins, Ocala;
John Viekus, Weirsdale.
Edward R. Rahme, Ocala.
Andrew D. Fausett, OcalaC.
Rohalia E. Johnson, Ocala.
Robert D. Ferguson, Reddick.
William L. Lipscomb, Sparr.
Henry C. Singleton, Martel.
Benjamin Castleberry, Micanopy.
Chas, T. Perry, Kendrick.
Mathew Spillman, Mcintosh.
Samuel W. Whiddeh, Belleview.
Virgil Kingcade, Fairfield.
. Wm. A.. Strickland, Leroy.
Harris Johnson, Lowell.
Sim Blackwell, Summerfield.
Lorenzo Roberts, Ocala.
William R. Lindsey, Oak.
v-Samuel Reddish, Ocala.
James Strange, Ocala. -".
Landis Dinkins, Morriston. ;
Thomas Bellamy, Ocala.
Willis P. Osteen, Jacksonville.
.Robert Neil, Lowell. ;
'Julius D. Brown, Ocala.
Julian Ray, Ocala.
James J. .Guynn, Ocala.
Joseph H. Pegram, Leesburg.
f Jesse Woodard, Ocala.
; Willie Snow, Summerfield.
James R. Parham, Dunnellon.
- Herbert B. Jones, Lacota.
Sid E. Howell, Sparr.
- Elie D.' Vaughn, Santos.
Jake Jackson, Martin, H
Zimmerman Williams, -Martel.
John Las,siter, Conner.
Frank Fenton Dean, Cotton Plant.
Archie Jacobs, Ocala.
1 Thos. S. Trantham, Ocala.
' Clarence D. Schenck; Ocala.
Henry McCoy, Evinston. v.
William B. Flewellen, Mcintosh
Doctor Glymp, Ocala. v
Paul Weathers, San Antonio, Tex
William Mansfield, Lake Weir.
Ernet Rose, Ocala.
- Samuel Jacobs, Stanton.
William C. White, Moss Bluff.
Sam-, W. Jordan, Gaiter.
Arthur Simons, Dunnellon.
Homes L. Walters, Ocala.
Mitchell Miller, Dunnellon.
Local Board for JMarion County,
By E. R. Trammell, Clerlr
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting, let us furnish ypu
estimates. No job too large and none
tod small, tf H. W. Tucker.
FORD FOR SALE
A 1917 Ford touring car in first first-class
class first-class condition, for sale.7 Apply at
the Maxwell Agency, city. 3t
Star ads. are business builders.

Don't fail to see "Mother Goose at "lough. He brought the welcome
Temple Theater Monday afternoonTs that the company clerk, Cor Cor-and
and Cor-and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents-ral Norton Davis, will arrive in
" '. '. : cala this afternoon or Tuesday.
Mrs. Minnie A." Bostick has now o
display the new Palm Beach Spo' Mr W. K. Zewadski Sr. and Mr.
hats. Ladies invited to 'call and people of Ocala, and relatives of Miss
your new spring hat. Mrs. Minnie"6 Barco of this city, were guests
Bostick, corner Harrington Hall holast night at the Phoenix hotel., They
building. Phone 310. were joined here by W. K. Zewadski

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Advertise in the Star.
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Don't fail to see "Mother GooW
iempie i neater Monday aftei
ghu uiguu Aumission xu ana xo f
y. n. ane, m. Fhysicxatj
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nq-
Atuwaw i-iair iiurary isuiiaing,
Florida. f r 7
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Don't fail to see "Mother Gon
Temple Theater Monday a:nts.
and night. Admission 10 anoU
the
the

people.

Everready. Daylo. Ucan fuhi- fn
Jtn one for your vest pofiants
tlarger sizes- B. F. Condon", Ltf
t5iock. Phone 129.
1 : .-at the
Ford for $150; fair cond' 28-4t
Maxwell Agency, city.

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Marriage of Miss Nellie Goodwin and
Mr. 31. M. Carter
A' marriage of interest to many,
Ocala friends occurred in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville Sunday night when Miss Nellie
Goodwin of Kansas and Mr. M. M.
Carter of this city, were quietly
married. No particulars of the wed-
jdin gare known as yet.
i Mr. and Mrs. Tartpr are cxnprtpd
here this afternoon and will go to the
pretty cottage on Sanchez street
which Mr, Carter has already put in
readiness for his bride.
Mrs. Carter as Miss Nellie Good Good-wi
wi Good-wi ncame here several years ago from
Kansas with her parents, who return returned
ed returned home several months later. Miss
Goodwin was in the suit department
at- Rheinauer & Co's. store for several
years, but has spent the. past four
months with her relatives in the west
Yesterday afternoon she arrived
Jacksonville, where she was met
Mr. Cartels his sister. Mrs. K.W.
Brinkley and his sister-in-lawMr5
T. C. Carter, who attended th wed
ding.
A ereat many friends wish
t)ese
young people every possible
ness and prosperity.
h?ppi-
Mrs. G. K. Robinson to Enrtaw
Mrs. G. K. Robinson willtertain
at cards Thursday afternoo a three
o'clock in honor of her darhter and
daughter-in-law, Mrs. Do. ra racer
cer racer of Youngstown, Ohf a Mrs.
trail rvODinson 01 inver-"
In Honor of Mrs.- WMoore
Mrs. Fred E. Wei entrtained. at
an informal knittin party this morn
ing in honor of he motKr, Mrs. L.
W. Moore of Ma4on-
TVip cnipqts inuded aly the spe
cial friends of rs. Motfe, who lived
in Ocala aboutine yeqS ago. They
knittedand hatted M'ay severa
afteif which Mrs
Weihe assisd by Mi Lallie Moere
and Master Frederic and Theodore
Weihe, served a luncpn of Waldorf
salad. Diciles. ohveswaiers, cottee
with whipped cream pd fruit cake.
Among those preht were Mrs
Moore, Mrs. E. L. (fney, Mrs. F. G
B. Weihe, Mrs. T.- Johnson, Mrs
Hooks. Mrs. Frankarris, Mrs. Har
din. Mrs. George irtin, Mrs. W. H.
Clark. Mrs. Harrtfand Mrs. Karl
Weihe.
Notice to stern Stars
The members the Eastern Star
sewing circle afQested to meet
with the vice fsiaent, Mrs. j.' a.
Wiggins Wednfy afternoon at 3
o'clock to olarA work for the
coming vear. ; 2t
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Mr. and Mrs. A. L.arson and Mrs
Hal Currv ofuincy, were in Ocala
this afternoooPPjng.
Mr. T.','B.'fteur. the navy left
yesterday apoon 9T Charleston,
after a twef eks visit to his wife
and his par'
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,;Mrs. "J.f Thompson has returned
home froracksonville where she
was the 0stmas &uet of her soi
and daug-in"law Dr- ad Mrs. T.
C. Thomr-
Mrs. frence West and little
daughte?a?"iorie lef this after afternoon
noon afternoon foer hme in Albany, Ga.,
after afc to Irs West's sister,
Mrs. tl Murray and family.
yijji Mrs. Willard Blood notor notor-ed
ed notor-ed to"Pa Saturday afternoon from
Tampfnd Terra Ceia, where they
went .their wedding trip. Mr. and
Ir!5 3od went on to their home
sout? town late in the afternoon.
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A W' Davis, Miss Mary Piatt,
jr.' Elizabeth and Meme Davis
anllie Gissendaner and Messrs.
Trjiand Alfred MacKay motored
-lando about six o'clock Sunda
mJig and returned home in
-.
'the
rgeant Clarence Meffert of Camp
eler greatly surprised and de de-ted
ted de-ted his parents and friends when
stepped off the train Saturday af-
noon. He is only home for a short
of Tamna.- T:1pii mpoto-r Snn

Mr. W. K. Zewadski and Mr. C- B.
Zewadski will return to Ocala Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, but Mrs, C, B. Zewadski will
visit in Tampa for another week.

Mr. Robert Clarkson, who is in tht tht-service
service tht-service at Newport, R. I., writes
home that he has been promoted
from chief of the mess galley to of officer
ficer officer of the day, which now puts him
in direct line for ensign. Mr. Clark-

son only had 48 hours furlough on I
Christmas, which he spent in Boston. I

where he was in communication with

Dittmar family, former Ocala
Mrs. Shatterly and son Mr. C. C.

Shatterly, sister. Miss Ada and little

niece, Clara and maid, Marie Yonk-

ers of Franklin, Ind arrived in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville via the Clyde, Line last night.
They shipped their car and motored

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We have!several bargains in Used Maxwell Touring
pars. All sixty inch treads and 1916 and 1917 models.

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Also one large Buick touring car, in first class con condition,
dition, condition, new tires and top, spair tire and etc. v
One Reo roadster Good for a light truck proposition.

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to Ocala unday to visit their friend,
Mrs. H. S. Chambers and family. The
party left this morning for Tampa
and other points on the west coast.
where they will spend the winter.
Dr. and Mrs. E. Van Hood and
Miss Marguerite Porter and Miss
Nellie Stevens have returned home
from a four days motor trip to Day Day-tona,
tona, Day-tona, where the latter two attended
the teachers' convention. The Day Day-tona
tona Day-tona Journal says of Miss Porter's
address before the convention: "Miss
Marguerite Porter of Ocala was next
on the program. Miss Porter deplored
the fact that no attention was given
to public school music at this session
and expressed her hope that it would
receive more not'.ce next year. She
sang a solo in Italian and received
much applause. Miss Porter grace gracefully
fully gracefully responded with a little ballad
of a tall Japanese maiden and a
small lover. This number was also
well received by the audience."
t
Lieut. Guy B. Zewadski, who was
recently ordered to Nogales, Arizona,
has again been transferred, this time
to Lowell, the copper section of Ari Arizona.
zona. Arizona. Lieut. Zewadski wrote to an
Ocala friend Christmas eve, the let letter
ter letter arriving here this morning, stat stating
ing stating that he was delighted with that
climate.
After a holiday visit to her parents
here, Miss Myrta Wilson has return returned
ed returned to Atlanta.
Mr, J. D. McDonald returned yes- j
terday from a viist to Palatka. Mrs.
McDonald will be here tomorrow.
Several very informal little parties
were arranged this afternoon for the
Temple theater, where a v "Modern
Mother Goose" is to be shown. Three
of the gatherings will go to the Good
Fairy-Tea Shop for tea.
The "Modern Mother Goose" is a
more expensive picture than the ones

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UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA
Manager Bennett has beeh getting,
but on account of this hprrr Nw
Year's eve, he will not charge feature
prices, so the Temple should be pack
ed.
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Mrs. George McKean and daughter,
Marie and Mrs. C. V. Miller and
daughter, Aliee returned to Tampa
Saturday after a two days visit here.
Their visit was a very short one ow
ing to Mr. Miller's illness.
RED CROSS NEW YEAR'S j
DINNER AT BELLEVIEW
j
A New. Year's dinnerJwill be serv-
j ed in the town hall at Beljeview next j
j luesday by the local Red Cross
chapter. It will be a chicken dinner J
served hot; Of course all the "fixins"!
will be served with the dinner, and
the price will be only 50 cents that 'j
is a dollar dinner for fifty cents. Ser-j
vice wm uein at iz o ciocK and con-
imue untn all have been served. Be Being
ing Being a holiday no doubt many Ocal-
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a swell chicken dinner, but to boost
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PALM BEACH HATS
Just received a complete line
new Spring Sport Hats. Call and
see the new styles.' Mrs. Minnie A.
TfcvcHVIr Q- TT .is T-rTi;
I tel. Phone 310. 22
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
j and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
2s
A. full assortment of the famous
PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
the small fall garden- Ocala Seed
Store.

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I haye just completed the
plastering and concrete work on'
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CARL WENZEL & SO&
OCALA, FLA.
J. H. BRINSON
real estate and investment
BROKER
Ocala - Florida
Get my Bulletin of Bargains
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RENT YOU HAVE
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V,hy not ray a small amount'eacb
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