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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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0CALA

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t?ii-' extreme norti portion but -'2'-e
lelot frMzin'fip:' Frost .;S

portiosj warmer Wednes- ;

OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, JANUARY 1, 1918.

VOL. 25, NO. 1

illiSBlSIBI 'i

:retary has Faith in Our Ul-

itimate Success

CHRISTMAS DRIVE A II1I1FICEIIT
THE RED CROSS

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!

JR HE VESTERH FHOflT HAVE

OF THE ALLIES

REVVED

SPIRITS

(Associated Press)

Jan. 1. Although the 1
; dons jjOf the American
j f : western front have been
I taarrofw limits, the pres-1

I Jig oops on the hung line

; s&ied'the faith of the Al-

-tiite ; victory, Secretary
:!rrbday in his weekly
i.'Miker points out that
I j new "year the British
; 1 1) Flanders plain,, the
it.1 jfeir defense line'unim-nt-
; strong strategic posi posi-tb'
tb' posi-tb' f-aon region, the result
s attacks along the Che.

jeen holding againsv

j if assaults of the past six

to the defection of Rus Rus-secretary'
secretary' Rus-secretary' review says the
, s proffering assistance to
Trent m the establishing of
seditions." ." : '- V

H I

L ARE., :'Vx
INVITED TO HELP

J
v
t

r

h and restaurant men of

. invited to attend a meet meet-.
. meet-. Has been called to take

jvtona.on the 7th of Jan-

tae purpose oi penectmg
;r;nization" in co-operation
United 'States fobd edminis edminis-r.3
r.3 edminis-r.3 those who intend to be
.cting are requested to send

hes to ,SIr, L. M. Waite of

v.ho has charge of arrange arrange-s
s arrange-s -etinss iwas ;. called by the

e pfhotel proprietors after

; a conference at .Orlando
"oJ Administrator Braxton
. The purpose of the Day Day-3t;ng
3t;ng Day-3t;ng is to further perfect
tilanst and -rules of business,

ill'hotelf and restaurants of

Can be :Snci will oe operateu
uniform) system in line with

of food conservation. Ine

V.eetingvwill be attended by
. nf hotl men, and all who

L trill have an opportunity ; of

their views on tne suDject
'f to the needs of the winter
'2jd the patrons of cafes and

NIPPOH TIES
ANOTHER KNOT

In the Already Stout Bonds that Hold
Her Unwieldy Neighbor

(Associated Press)

Washington, Jan. 1. Sixteen mill- 1
ion new names were added to the
membership rolls of the American
Red Cross during the Christmas

membership drive, it was announced
today. The membership of the Red
Cross Society is now 22,000,000. -.

PUSHING FORWARD
IN PALESTINE

(Associated Press).
Peking, Monday, Dec. 31. The As Associated
sociated Associated Press is informed officially
that Japan is negotiating an advance
to China of ten million pounds for the
purposes of improving the status of
the Bank of China. The terms will
be similar to the previous Japanese
advance. "

COUNTRY IS RESPONSIBLE,
- 1SAYS GENERAL CROZIER

1 T-

Aiministrator Beacham -hopes

meeting develop a pian vx

tvst will leave no oouDt as w

Ule of the hotel men of Flor-

i jso expects such general co-

On of the hotel men as win ou ou-Ljinecessity
Ljinecessity ou-Ljinecessity of further rulings
t'lnrt ft ministration in : the

safeguarding needed ar-
f bod. '
hotels of Florida are call call-1
1 call-1 to care for so many thou-

U ef visitors each winter, Mr.

ijflwants them to nave a um um-i'rlem
i'rlem um-i'rlem "of serving food so that

uilts can be obtained in food

..Jon. and at the same time

FhLinen can be benefited by cc

- bpNi; in a wav that not al
) lovW nave the avantase over
A Lndlvith a general organization
m Idel men of this state, many
'i jimtV matters' can De bandied
.Ithafork to the individual profit
'of greater to the traveling pub

lic.

i

Washington, Jan. l.-Maj. Gen.
Crozier,army ordnance chief, yester yesterday
day yesterday gave to the Senate committee in investigation
vestigation investigation conduct of the war, his
side of the reasons for1 artillery
shortage and of the celebrated con controversy
troversy controversy over the new machine gun.
, Responsibility for artillery short shortage,
age, shortage, th general said, lay with the
whole country and he showed how his
every effort to get larger appropria appropriations
tions appropriations f oy artillery in times of peace
was overruled by the secretary of
war anj by Congress. The British
and French governments, he showed
by official records, had of themselves
offered to supply Gen. Pershing's
forces with artillery, and he gave
statements from abroad to show, that
the Allies were able to do it because
they had a surplus, v '(
Gen. Crozier submited the record
of tests (of the Lewis gun, showing
that other guns performed better;
disclaimed any personal prejudice) as
claimed by Col. Lewis, the inventor,
and showed that since the gun hkd
been perfected to use American am ammunition,
munition, ammunition, the war department had
bought quantities of them.
: "I'm hot attempting to excuse the
situation that requires us to defend
on our jfriends for heavy artillery,"
raid Gen. Crozier, "but the responsi responsibility
bility responsibility rests on the whole country."
I How ae had. during previous years,
often asked Congress for larger (ap (appropriations
propriations (appropriations for artillery and that he
and other army heads had many
times called the country's attention to
the need for more "artillery was re related.
lated. related. : ' .'
Gen. Crozier, citing one instance
before the war in which a "modest
program" of artillery appropriations
calling for $1,200,000 was cut in hiilf

by direction of the secretary of war

and then further reduced by Congre

to $310,000. ;
SHOULD HAVE BEEN SHOT

BIG HOTEL AT

NORFOLK BORNE

In the Early Hours of This Morning,
' 350 Guests Had to Make a
Hasty Exit

BRITISH DRIVE TURKS ;
COSSACKS ROUT THE
BOLSHEVIKI

AND

(Associated Press)
Norfolk, Jan 1. Fire caused by
sparks from another blaze a block
away this morning almost completely

wrecked the Monticello hotel, forcing southwestern front have defeated the

350 guests who were in the house at Bolsheviki troops, taking 400 prison prison-the
the prison-the time to flee for safety. AJ1 es-1 ers and capturing eigh guns and 328

caped safely. i machine guns, according to a dispatch

(Associated Press)
! London, Jan. 1. The British forces
in Palestine have made further pro progress
gress progress north of Jerusalem, : the war
office announces. More than a thou thousand
sand thousand Turks were killed and 750 taken
prisoners.-'. .--.''Cy' n;:-.':;::.".'
' BOLSHEVIKI BEATEN
Stockholm, Jan. 1.- Ukrainean and

Cossack forces in a battle on the

All the upper part of the hotel, in

cluding the magnificent dining room
on .the- fifth floor, wa sdestroyed. The
lower floors were badly damaged b
water. The fire was discovered -at 7
o'clock this morning in the roof of the
kitchen on the sixth floor.
The Monticello was built in 1898 at
a cost of a million dollars.

SEVERAL

MYSTERIOUS
SIONS

EXPLO-

Fire, preceded' by two mysterious
explosions, which early this morning
destroyed three stores on Granby
street and almost completely wreck wrecked
ed wrecked the Monticello hotel, half a block
away, early this afternoon had cross crossed
ed crossed the street from the hotel where
two big stores were burned and at
2 o'clock was raging in the seven seven-story
story seven-story Dickson building. ) The entire
block appeared doomed. One fireman
was killed and six others injured
when the roof of the dining room in
the hotel fell. The mayor has called
out the home guards. Two hundred
marines from the navy yard were
also ordered out to aid the police and
firemen. The bitter cold made, it
necessary for the firemen to chop the
ice from their clothing in order to
proceed with the work, V

Nfw York; Jan. 1. Paul Hennig, a
naturalized German, who has been
employed as a foreman fn a Brooklyn
factory engaged in the making of
torpedoes for the United States gov government,
ernment, government, was remanded to iail with-

EPYMPATHIZERS. out bail in federal court here yester-

LOCKED IN JAIL i day charged with treason.
I Hennig, authorities say, superin-
Jan. 1. Thirteen j tende4 the assembling of the gyro-

titefrom Suwanee and Colum-$ scopes which control the course of the

"cd in this state were brought j torpedoes. According to District At At-e
e At-e day by the United States t torney: France, some of these gyro-

VsTd given a heaving befoe scopes) have been found "mauciously

ptes Commissioner JNoble mutilated."

j ail effing the violation

lrnt consnirin!? asrainst the

J a w

V- It is alleged that the

e- jganized and were working
' - draft law. One was" held
. ).bond and the others un-
:cr.d.s each to' await action
"jd Jury.

FERNANDINA HAS
- THE FACILITIES

For One of the Greatest Shipyards
on the Atlantic Sea
Front
Washington, Jan. 1. Edward Nash
Hurley, chairman of the shipping
board, has promised Congressman
Frank Clark of the Second Florida
District, that he will accompany Hen Henry
ry Henry Ford r to Florida very soon to in inspect
spect inspect promising sites on the southeast
seaboard for the location of the big
shipbuilding plants which the govern government
ment government proposes to start at once.
Congressman Clark is arranging
for Mr. Ford to go as soon as possi possible
ble possible to Fernandina, at which place he
is anxious to have the government

by the Dagens Nyheter from Petro Petro-grad
grad Petro-grad by way of Haparanda. The

Cossacks art?- irr hot pursuit of r .the
Bolsheviki. '

DEGREE BY DEGREE

Temperature is Gradually Pushing
. Mercury from the Bottom
of the Tube v

:y; .(Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 1. Relief from
the cold wave in the east is promised
by the weather bureau today. It will
begin to turn slightly ( warmer to tonight.
night. tonight. In the south temperatures be below
low below freezing are predicted for to tonight,
night, tonight, extending into central Florida.

SHUTTING OFF SUPPLIES

No

Longer Can Germany Obtain

American Products Thru
Neutral Nations
London, Jan. 1. Germany is now
believed to be effectually blockaded.
According, to estimates : made here,
she now is completely cut off from
receiving, imports from other than
her allies, owing to the fact that the
prevailing shortage of foodstuffs in
neutral countries nearby have made
it necessary for them to withhold
from her any imports needed by their
own people. :
Virtually nothing is now permitted
to go into Holland or the Scandinav Scandinavian
ian Scandinavian countries from England, the
United States or any other of the
Entente countries. These now almost
control the whole world's exports oi
foodstuffs, feeding stuffs and raw
materials of every kind. 3
This stiffening up of the bjeckade
is attributed here to the policydopt.
ed by the United States in July of
withholding its exports from neutral
countries near Germany except on
terms under which they must cease
the export even of their own pro4ace
to Germany. This principle wasj ex
pressed in London in the phrase: ?We

will not send you wheat or fodder to
enable you to export meat and butter

establish the" monster shipyard. The

government officials and Chairman
Hurley have been much impressed by
the fact that the United States gov government
ernment government already owns more than half

mile stretch along the deep water ; to Germany. Until you agree to itop

ront. voar eimortu to fiermanv we will

Congressman Clark has pointed out sen(j you" nothing."

vnairman nuriey ana ms auviseri ; .;r

t there is now 30 to 3d feet of I

rater over the bar at Fernandina and f

He

APPRECIATES THE FAIR

wiertL is a line uuiue uaaui. no : TJ t- no 1Q1T-

hjs told them of the advantages of Marion Count Fair and Agricultural
St. Mary's river along which saw Association, Ocala, Fla.
mills and'other shipyard adjuncts can fIpTlf, mpn. WprAwith T wint t.

located, affording ready and cheap!owooa TT WQV rtv

movement of the necessary parts and emium x receiyed at the fair X
S?61"-. 5e.h-a.S.Calle? fentln,t0;hope to be among the many exhibit
thk fact that it is, not three miles : :

better .collection of different

a happy and

I am,

Yours respectfully,
- Mrs. Helen LIat!oc!:.

Tt.; t. ifrvro f Vt a AnnXra r ha impminllpfl nA-

i uiuwiawu. una was uunci ui auui i.v .v ..- have a better coilectio
of j alway as to render useless the torpe- vantages of Cumberland sound on the art;c!es; wishing you
he! dos imi which the gyroscopes were! nol-th, connecting directly tlie i prosperous New Year
he installed. -' : v ihaMor at St. Mary's entrance and of I v,

installed. s t- haHwr at bt. Mary

. lNot only would these torpedoes Nassau sound on the south giving

have been worthless as weapons, but hundreds of miles of protected water water-it
it water-it is possible they would have proved 'front.

engines of destruction for their own I

users."-said the district attorner. Star ads. are business bulders

w .... m

CbeTeake Bay Oysters

Hcue block.

receiveo

17-tf

Quiet New Year's Day at the
v Capital

r.i AUUU IS HaPIULt Mmm A FOWEnFUL OHGAiIiZATID!
FOR EFFICIFHT RAILROAD MAHAGEMEHT

(Associated Press

Washington, January 1. Official
Washington spent today quietly. The
public receptions which formerly
were an important part of the New
Year's day program, were abandoned
this year because of the war.
, Ths United States enters the new
year with a national debt of five bill bill-ions,
ions, bill-ions, six hundred and fifteen millions,
mor than five times greater than
when this country entered the war
nine months ago.-The debt per cap capita
ita capita is about $51. The debt of all of
America's allies is about thirty-four
billions, whiiethe debt of the Teu Teutonic
tonic Teutonic allies is about forty billions.
PROBING INTO EXORBITANT
: V;;.'" -" prices
Hides and leather were today add added
ed added to the list of necessities under in investigation
vestigation investigation by-; the 'Federal Trade
Commission to determine v.hy prices
of shoes are "exceedingly high,"
while large stocks of raw materials
it is alleged are held in storage. AK

inquiry, will be made promptly to as ascertain
certain ascertain the reasonableness of profit
being made by all handling: leather
articles.
CONGESTION OF FREIGHT MUST
BE CLEARED
; Orders have been sent to eastern
railroads from Director General Mc Mc-Adoo
Adoo Mc-Adoo to clear up, freight congestion
regardless of previous government
priority regulations, passenger sched schedules
ules schedules and any hampering practices un under
der under ; the old .competitive system, and
to pay special attention to movement
of coal and food. (
' Lines of the west and south were,
notified that soon they might be call called
ed called on to furnish locomotives and other
equipment to help lighten the traffic
burden in the east, and a committee
of government officials was created to
work out a plan for diverting export
freights for ports south of New York.
At the same time the director gen.
eral dissolved the railroad war board
at its' own request and named a tem temporary
porary temporary advisory cabinet of five mem members.
bers. members. One of these, Hale Holden, pres president
ident president of the Burlington, and a mem member
ber member of the war board, will be retained
to supervise the machinery which th
war board has created within the last
nine months to co-ordinate the roads
of the country. Other members of
the new advisory cabinet are John
Skelton Williams, comptroller of the
currency, who will have charge of

financial questions arising out of gov government
ernment government operation; Henry Walters,
chairman of the board of the Atlantic
Coast Line, who will assist on opera
tion problems; Edward Chambers,
traffic director of the food adminis administration,
tration, administration, who will have general charge
of "traffic, and Walter D. Hines, as assistant
sistant assistant to the general director.
Other railway heads who made up
the war board Fairfax Harrison ojf
the Southern, who was ., chairman;
Rea of the Pennsylvania, Kruttsch Kruttsch-nitt
nitt Kruttsch-nitt of the Southern Pacific, and El Elliott
liott Elliott of the New Haven, will return
to the active supervision of their
roads, but all the sub-committees and
organization of the board will be
turned over to ,Mr, Holden.
The question of increased pay for
railroad employes will be taken up
soon by Mr. McAdoo, but he said he
had given little thought toward wages
and did not know what his attitude
would be. Heads of the four brother brotherhoods
hoods brotherhoods will confer, with the director
general Thursday at his invitation
and probably" will urge that with the
scarcity of railroad labor, it will be
necessary to pay higher wages to re retain
tain retain the men. Many advi.-ers of th?
director general advocate ir.cre.i.-Ir

Vwas-es, particularly for rr.jr.y ur-';r-

MEXICAN LIBERALS

HAVE MAJORITY

In the Congressional Body Formed to
Act During Adjourn
raent

(Associated Press)
Mexico City, Jan. 1. THe Mexican
congress adjourned .ust night until
Sept. 1st. Interest in the closing
sessions centered in the senate which
had been deadlocked over the ap appointment
pointment appointment of a permanent commis commission
sion commission to ; act during udjour.-.ment. ;
By agreement last night, the sen senate
ate senate appointed 14 members of which

two are of the constitutionalist lib

eral party. The lower house selected
.15 members of the constitutional lib liberal
eral liberal party, giving the liberay party s
majority of the full commission.
CAPTAIN PRICE WAS
NON-COMMITAL

Capt. H. Brooks Price of the med medical
ical medical department of the army was in
the city today, inspecting the sites
offered by Ocala for the intended con convalescent
valescent convalescent hospitaL He was taken
over the city and out to Silver
Springs by Mayor Chace and the
other members of the committee who
are attending to Ocala's end of th
proposition.
Captain Price was, of course, non non-commital.
commital. non-commital. About the only indication
he gave was that the army preferred
a site with buildings that could be
utilized at once. This point would
seem to be against Ocala, which has
no building bigger than the Ocala
House.

OFFICERS FOR THE STATE
TEACHERS' ASSOCIATION

Fully 500 teachers attended the an annual
nual annual meeting of the State Teachers
Association in Daytona last week.
Officers for the ensuing year were
elected as. follows:
President, G. W. Tedder, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of Madison county; secretary,
R. L. Turner, Inverness; treasurer, A.

i Light Monroe, Miami; executive coai-
mittee, H. J. Dame, Inverness; R. II.
jSeeley, Tallahassee; A. B. Conner,
J Lake City; F. M. Buchholtz, Gaines

ville; C. R. M. Sheppard of DeLand,
and R. M. Evans of Kissimmee. De De-Land
Land De-Land News.
a month for all American forces un under
der under arms are promised by Major Major-General
General Major-General Crozier, chief of ordnance.
Springfields for every regular and
national guardsman will be ready be before
fore before February 1, he said, and the
manufacture of remodeled Enfields
for the first national army will be
finished within a week. As to machine
guns, the general said a full supply
of American make should be ready by
July l next. Rifles for the next draft,
be declared, would be on hand before
the men were in camp.

NOTICE

j The annual rfietir-T of t! o I!:;ri'.
' Count v Fair 1 A'.:r icllu::.! A;--,-
ciation ft-cr. : i v:'l I;
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If you talk too much you won't talk

to many. .. .. ...

Nineteen-Eighteen came in like a

polar bear. ,. ;

' The temperature at daylight this

morning was 22.

The usual New Year conventional

ities seem feeble today.

It isn't sedition to abuse the Red

Cross, but it should be.

, Fight on the battle fronts, save and

serve at home, and we will win the

war.

The plumbers are using wheelbar wheelbarrows
rows wheelbarrows to take their money ; to the

banks. .-, ?

Dollar Americans will lose,, their
ill-gotten, gains if America loses the

war.

What's the matter i with X drafting

the bridge players into the pontoon

corps. . -' '..

. If there were more arrests in this

country, there wouldn't be so much

unrest.

Recently a man wrote a story by

the name of "A Woman Above Sus
picion." It didn't interest anybody.

Said Mark Twain : "Adam and Eve

had many advantages, but the prin principal
cipal principal one was that they escaped teeth teething."
ing." teething." v-'-;;.; ;
Say what you please about the
Romanoffs they did more for civil civilization
ization civilization than any other European dy dynasty.
nasty. dynasty. .J';.'-. .' . '; r
Any, traveling man who has spent
three or four years in the smokers of
railroad cars can defy Teutonic pois poison
on poison gas.

solve with' the morning's light you
will do whatyou can to show your
appreciation of them and don't for forget
get forget the resolution while you sleep.

The kaiser says to his troops on

Christmas day: "The year 1917, with
its great battles, has proved that the
German people have in the Lord of
Creation above an unconditional and

avowed ally on whom it can absolute

ly rely. Without Him, all would have
been in vain." If that is so, the kaiser
ought to be ashamed of the length of

time it is taking him to whip the

Allies. In the old days, when the

Lord took sides in a fight, His "-side

didn't sit down for years in trenches.
There must have been a falling off

in efficiency since the day when: "By
faith the walls of Jericho fell down,
after they were compassed about
seven days." Hebrews, 11:30. You
can't help wondering what kind of
performance the kaiser would have

given if the Lord had not been his

"unconditional ally." Washington

Star.
Nevertheless, it would be difficult

Tor anybody to point out what the

Lord has done for the Allies.

The little scare at Tallahassee was
ridiculous, but Gov. Catts' spoke truly
when he said this is no time for
jokes.
- Wind 'and cold snapped about half
the Western Union wires yesterday,
but the Star received its dispatches
all the same. t

The evil of people crowding into
the big cities is shown by their sufr
fering from want of fuel during this
cold weather.

Pastors are -j often compared to
. shepherds. If they watched then
flocks by night they would see some

queer things.
Gen. Crozier says the whole coun coun-,
, coun-, try. is responsible for the lack of
machine guns and heavy artillery for
. the American army. There is no
doubt much truth in what he says.
. They call this country the melting melting-pot,
pot, melting-pot, but it has only plated some of
the alien races, and so far as the
Teuton is concerned the plating has
come off to a considerable degree.
Why not advise everyone to sit out
in the sunshine whenever, there is any
and save coal?-imes-Union. v
A considerable proportion of every everyone
one everyone doesn't need, any ich advice.
Every time you snaggle up. in your
warm bed, one of these cold nights,
put in fv of the time before you
go to n thir.king of the million
r.,5" brave young men who
ruard over you end ra-

It was the general opinion V that
President Wilson would have done
best to have appointed John Skelton
Williams director general of the rail railroads.
roads. railroads. However, it would be hard to
find a more experienced and practical
man than Alfred H; Smith, president
of the New York Central, who Secre Secretary
tary Secretary Mc Adoo has appointed 1 special
assistant to supervise transportation
in the trunk line territory east of the
Mississippi and north of the Ohio
rivers, where congestion is greatest.
If all Mr. McAdoo's appointments
are as sensible, his administration
will prove a success.
The i New York World having
threatened that if the South supports
national prohibition, northern demo democrats
crats democrats will no longer help the South to
maintain state rights, the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union 'asserts they have always given
the South indifferent help.; The,Times The,Times-Union
Union The,Times-Union is correct. With a few notable
and wide apart exceptions, northern
democrats haven't been any more
considerate of the South than repub-i
licas. .. :

The last bunch of Mexican bandiU
that crossed the RicK Grande" bit off

more than it could chew. It was held

off at a ranch it tried to raid until

American cavalry and Texas rangers

came up, then was pursued across
the border and lost half its men.

v The Macon News says: 'The 124th

infantry, formerly the Second Florida,-took
first prize f in the big ath

letic meet at Camp t Wheeler, Their
total score was 29 v points. At; least
5000. soldiers took part in the meet."

ff Let us give you prices on vulcan

jzing before you throw away that

tire. Blalock Brothers. Phone 78. 6t

iSAFETY
iisf

:, Has become the slogan not
only on the highways of
travel, but also in all lines n
of industry. There's no
such thing as safety ; if
your valuable prop'erty is
- not covered by
FIRE' INSURANCE j
' We! represent a .number of ..
the most reliable companies b
, in existence, and our faci ''

ities are not surpassed in ;

. Florida.

THE RED GROSS
HELPS THE STAR TO SEND TOBACCa TO THE ? SOLDIERS IH
FRANCE

CO-OPERATING WITH
V THE RED CROSS

American Tobacco Company Delivers
Packages Through the Great
Humane Organization
Editor Star: We : have been, very
anxious for some time to speed up
the. acknowledgements by postal card
of the tobacco kits sent to our sol soldiers
diers soldiers in France, and we have had our
representatives in France make an in investigation.
vestigation. investigation. They have just cabled
us as follows :
"1600 cases kits on hand Ameri American,
can, American, Red Cross. Will all be delivered
by Christmas."
i As you know before we presented
to, you for consideration the tobacco
fund .plan, we had secured the co cooperation
operation cooperation of the American Red Cross
to transport all kits to France and
deliver them to the boys. Major
Murphy is head of the American Red
Cross in France, and all shipments
are consigned, to him. The first ship shipment
ment shipment of kits was made to him in
August, and while the transportation
to the other side is not so very much
delayed, when the goods reach Bor Bordeaux
deaux Bordeaux or any port in France, the con congestion
gestion congestion of the railroad service is so
great that the time they arrive in
Paris is very uncertain, and it is not
safe to figure on goods being deliver

ed in Paris under two or three
months. Then there is considerable
delay occasioned by the necessity of
re-shipment from Paris to our troops.
We are writing you about this as
your readers may have felt some anx anxiety
iety anxiety due to the fact that not many
postal cards have been received as
yet. However, now that we under understand
stand understand thoroughly why deliveries are
so slow, and furthermore, as we know
there are; so many kits on hand that
will be delivered by Christmas, wt
feel that you might want to tell your
readers, if they should ask, the in information
formation information that we have been able to
give you. Very truly yours,
The American Tobacco Co.

ANNOUNCEMENT

D.W DAVIS, Agency

HOLDER BLOCK ?
OCALA :-: FLAi 7

YOU HAVE. TRIED THE n REST
MOW USE THE BEST I

It is the best from every angle you
consider it-ITS FINISH is glossy
and lasts longest because it contains
no : adulterated oil; ITS DURABILI DURABILITY
TY DURABILITY is assured because the Oil is Pure
the pigments and colors are the best
and they are scientifically balanced!
for service. IT IS MOST ECONOMi ECONOMi-CAL
CAL ECONOMi-CAL because a can of 2-4-1 is all
Paint Price and your Linseed Oil at
Oil Price, thereby saving from 50
cents to 80 cents per gallon, accord according
ing according to the price of Linseed Oil.
For Sale By
THE MARION .HARDWARE CC,

Oala, Fla.

We wish to announce to the public

that we will open an office to practice
Ittti.;-- i l no -r

niropracuc m our. resiaence, ri.
Broadway, Dec. 29, 1917, and solicit
a share of your patronage.
We adjust, for all diseases or con conditions
ditions conditions except where surgery is re required,
quired, required, and the later cases will un

dergo the ordeal far better if they
have the nerve supply to the part
freed from pressure before having an
operation.. We use no drugs in any
way. If yout have tried everything
else without relief, do not be dis discouraged
couraged discouraged take Chiropractic Spinal
Adjustments and watch results.
I Call at our office and let us show
you the real cause of disease. We
can give you a demonstration on a
Human Spine and prove it correct. It
will be a pleasure to us and a benefit
to. you. Investigation costs you
nothing. G. A. & E. V. Baker,
Chiropractic Physicians.
230 East Broadwav. Ocala. Fla.

rr; tt m 19 m o t d

p. m. Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 1 to 9 p. m. Sundays by ap appointment
pointment appointment only. 12-28-2t
: FALL IRISH POTATOES

A CORRECTION

Editor Star: In Monday's Star
you misstated the facts of our bet
yesterday morning. You know as
well as I do that it was not I who
suggested the bet. When you were in
the store Monday morning, you com complained,
plained, complained, of the extremely cold weath weather
er weather and after giving you the once
over and noting all the raiments em embellishing
bellishing embellishing your distinguished person personality,
ality, personality, I merely made the remark that
you had no right to kick as you had
on about five times as much clothes
as I had on at that time and I was not
kicking. Thereupon your eagle eye

saw a chance for some easy money.

and you bet me fifty cents that you
didn't have on five times as much
clothes as I had. v.

Realizing that a newspaper man

should wear at least five times as
much clothes as the ordinary mortal
as most newspaper men are so cold coldblooded,
blooded, coldblooded, and still having a bit of my
sporting blood,; I took you up on the
bet and put up my four. bits. As I
always have a great regard for age,
I gave, you the honor pf stripping
first. After discarding a few of your
raiments, I saw my four bits de developing
veloping developing into eight as your overcoat
alone weighed over five pounds and I
not even posessing one. Your sack
coat and vest weighed; seven pounds,
due to its great age, your army shirt
a pound and a quarter, your heavy
fleece-lined underwear must have
weighed seven pounds and I with the
B. V. D.,varietyJ Until that time 'I
thought that I had you beat a, mile,
but when you removed your shoes
and I saw a great open space in the
heels of your woolen socks, I saw my
four bits vanish to the cold winds as
there was at least a pound missing
from, your socks. As there was no
chance for me to win them, I told you
that the money was yours.
It was worth fifty cents of. any

man's money to see our distinguished j

editor stripped ior, tne- snpuiateaj

amount ana tne tnermomexer regisy

tering thirty above.
Please state these facts as ffiven,
Very truly yours,

Max Israelson.

We don't know how much it would
have been worth to see Max stripped.
It's our opinion that he preferred
losing his money to revealing his

lady-like shape.
GLAD T01BTIFY

Says Watoga Lady, "As To Wtat

Cardui Has Done For Me, So

As To Help Others.1

United States Bonds

and War Savings

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Wft hnve received our allotmtn ot Fc T,

Per cent. Bonds of the Second Liberty Loan J j
fill orders. Where mAs aretf

be delivered by mail, order should include T
Cents for registry fees. We also hav( 0n hai j
a supply of Thrift Stamps and cards, r Savlt

Stamps and Certificates. We will De id to U
nish information about the Government Vr

Saving Plan. 1
The Munroe & Ghami)liss
National Bank.

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FLOWER WSJEj.

For Cemetery, Porchec ;j

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Also AH liinds o

CEMENT and CONCRETC

carl mmw
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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park 1
Every mooern convenience in each room. Dinin
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to f
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. Ki
Proprietor.

$5 makes 20 soldier

It will buy twenty of these 2

kits of tobacco and cigarei
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Look at the 'Smokes'

Mr. .Thos J. Porry of Pine is haul-

ing his crop of choice fall, Irish pota potatoes
toes potatoes to town for sale. Mr. Turner

raised 200 barrels, graded the pota

toes 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 get in
touch with Mr. Perry at the Star of office.
fice. office. ''

Fresh milk, liewett Dairy, at the

Delicatessen bhop, 15c. quart.. 12-tl

, Watoga, W. Va. Mrs. S. W. Glad wen j
of this town, says: "When about 15 years

of age, I suffered greatly . Sometime
would go a month or two, and I had
terrible headache, backache, and bearing bearing-down
down bearing-down pains, and would just, drag nd
had no appetite. Then ... it wouldflast

. two weeks, and was so weakening,
and my health was a wfuL
My mother bought me a bottle of
Cardui, and( I began to improve after
taking the first bottle, so kept it uA till I
took three . I gained, and wasf well
and strong, and 1 owe it all to CardTti.
I am married now and have 3 cHildren
... Have never had to have a doctor fcr
female trouble, and just resort to Cardui
if need a tonic. I am glad to' testify to
what it has done for me, so as to help
others." I
If you are nervous or weak, have head headaches,
aches, headaches, backaches, or any of the other
ailments so common to women, why not
give Cardui a trial? Recommended by
many physicians. In use over 4CK years.
Begin taking Cardui today, ft may
be the very medicine you need, i

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WHEN YOU HAVE PAID YOUR

RENT YOU HAVE

KISSED IT GOODBYE

Why not pay a small amhunt eacL
month and see it go into
YOUR OWN HOME
I have a number of houses you can
hoy that way at
$10 A MONTH
call and see my list of houses from
$1000.00 up.s
L i. MURRAY
Room 5 Holder ELL? Oc&la, Fla.

C0NSERVA!)

Your roof needs pai;
I have the material.!

Prices are right.

work, we both lose j.
V. MR Ail

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210 Osceola St, CFLV.

Nunnally's Candies (tandc
of the South) a limitettity
Gerig's Drug Store. 18 1



OCA

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y the: federal land bank
ig jiov investigating florida loan applications, the
bank furnishes, special forms for record ret
ar0ng your title and will not accept lie usual
abstc made by any abstractor in flori&i.
ji you have made an application for juloan, It
js 0f vital importance to you to show nonfat your
t?tle security is as good as your value siirity-
y0Tjbave no made application but thinlf of doing
so, yur e n snPe now 80 that ben your
appation ia made, that delay will notWc80?
je necessity of then perfecting the rcord title
to our lands. t
hout solicitation, I have been appoined a local
eXainer for the federal land bank andmy jearS
0f xperiencc both in abstract and title rork-war-ratme
in saying that my services, for yoo, will
ret in properly placing before the lan back, 10
tfcleast possible time, the title data rquircd in
eobction with 'your loan.

r. s. rters,
bank building. telephos co. 481

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Jthe important vuestions confronting e average fam: i

u Jtime is the oneof Holiday Cakes, aisjs the time

i uUo-date live BlKERY is more aprriated than in

s t-dSmes. uur tacites are exceptionaiiyue ioj; maiixug j

if Holiday goodor our customers, ai the. costwill s

icss man n yuu iue in cm up iujuiuuimc,

st and let us hay your orders at one

Per 11
Cake 1 ;:r-45c V
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hn Cake c

fcr Cake ...:50c

I Per ib.

Anfld FoodlJCe
Ralsio Caki.i 45c

Pound Cakcf.'.Cc

c i round i

nvited to call at oilplace and see thpitary man

ich our gocds are preared.

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PhoncSGO.

If You Have Any News for this De

partment, Call Two-One-Five
or Two-Seven

New TearV Wishes
What shall I wish thee?
Treasures of earth?
W bongs in the spring time
Pleasure and mirth?
lowers on the pathway,
Skies ever, clear?
Would these insure thee
A Happy New Year?
What shall I wish thee?
What can be found
Bringing the sunshine
ill the year round?
Where is the treasure,
Lasting and dear.
That could insure thee
A Happy New Year ?
x Faith that increases
Walking in light,
Hope that aboundeth
Happy and bright.
Love that is-perfect,
Casting out fear,
These will insure thee
A Happy New Year. :
. Peace in the Savior,
" Rest at His feet, v
Smile of His countenance,
Radiant and sweet,
Joyin His presence,
Christ ever, near,
These will insure thee
A Hamnr Now Vot-

(Written by Rev. Joseph Nesbitt,
and recited bv him t tia lca a

y Neir Year's Dance
One of the most enjoyable affairs
in many a day was the New Year's

dance given at the Country Club last
night by the members of the A club.

- The club house was brilliantly dec-

oratea for the occasion with holly,
mistletoe, bells and artificial Christ

mas trees. A larere lighted Christ

mas tre was the main decoration of

the dining room.

: The young folks danced until about
1:30, and at 12 o'clock sent off many
fireworks. Marshmallows were toast toasted
ed toasted by the fireplaces, and coffee and
sandwiches were served by the
hostesses, who were Misses Elizabeth
Pavis, Sue Moore, Onie Chazal, Adela
Ax, i Mabel Meffert, Ava Lee Ed Edwards,
wards, Edwards, Dorothy and Marie Hickman,
Emma Perry, Nina Camp and Ruth
Rentz. ; f'
Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Camp, Mrs.
C. H.. Lloyd and Mrs. Phil Robinson
chaperoned, the dancers, who" were
Misses Marie DePass and Jessie
Bishop of Gainesville, Marguerite
Edwards, Katherine Livingston, Sidf
cey Perry,' Meme Davis, Ellen Stripy
Iingfc;Agnes" Burford,;,Callie jGissen-

IdaneTTSara Pearl; Martin, Sara De-

hon Stella, Nettie and Carita Camp,
Louise-jSpencer,; Winnie Flippen,' Theo
Beckham,, Eloise i .Henryii Messrs. Lan-.
dis, and. Loonis Blitch, Alfred Green,'
Roscoe 'and ': Wellie ,r Meffert, J. B.
Chamberlain, Kirbyi John Smith,
Plenneth and: Alfred MacKay, Welsh
and Richard Dewey, John Batts, Sam
Burford, George Looney, Frank Har Harris
ris Harris Jr., Luther Mershon, Park Ander Anderson,
son, Anderson, Cameron Gamsby, Leroy Bridges,
Robert Hall, W. M, Martin, Marshall
CarnA Reuben Blalock, James Chace,
Charles Cullen, Edward Chazal, Wil William
liam William Camp, Tom Wallis and Norman
Horne. v. .'
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yc the Equipment !gty

e you as you ought U be servv and wheno are not le: us

v4iin, to let us know, for th is i only way I can Mcctnplish

rse. sometimes, little thing- go ng, but tl in notinten-

) if you will call us up, they will correcte&IUEDIATELY.

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St. Louis-Jacksonville -Expr i :,

Sleeping Cars Between -Tampa and WWrW,;-

andYork: Jacksonville and Chicago, SL-Louincij
anapolis. Observation Cars, Dining Cars. V f t

j STANDARD KA1LKUAU ur ,j,up out,
! 1 A.: AM n am 11 AM $

Ftfts ana reservan""a

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T. A- Ocala. Florida.

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Alrr. LEO ;COLlL5

aU'MT LEO PASCO COUNTY, f).

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es in Classics, Science and Comnx
Vt iMmary Department. Send for ,Cat

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Rev. F. BcnediclJ

?FOR THE FALL TERM, WEDNESDAY, S.

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1$7.

Tuesday Auction Club
The members i of the : Tuesday auc auction
tion auction club are having their regular
weekly game this afternoon at the
home of Miss Hester Dewey. The
club members, playing are Misses
Adele Bittinger, Mary McDowell,
Nellie Gottlieb, Onie Chazal, Dorothy
and Marie' Hickman, Dorothy Schrei Schrei-ber
ber Schrei-ber and Mrs. Peter Mackintosh. Th
visiting players are Mrs. Donald
Schreiber, Mrs. R. A. Burford Jr.,
Miss Mary Burford and Miss Alice
Bullock.. ,, The players will be joined
for tea by Miss. Anna McDowell.
Mrs. H. B. Potter and son, Martin
went home to Jacksonville yesterday,
after having spent ten days with Mrs.
R. -L. -Martin, Mrs. Potter's mother,
at Lake Weir.
Mrs. B. S. Weathers returned to
her home in Jacksonville Monday af after
ter after a two weeks Christmas visit with
her parents. ..." ;;
Miss Jessie Bishop arrived Monday
afternoon from Gainesville to visit
Miss; Ellen Stripling, until Wednesday
afternoon.
Miss Marie DePass of Gainesville
came over yesterday to visit Miss
Agnes Burford until Wednesday aft afternoon.
ernoon. afternoon. V
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Miss Ada Law has returned to her
home in Brooksville after a brief
visit to :her sister, Miss : Annie Joe
Law. ;

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VELL 11 RUCKS

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ONE-TON WORM-DRIVEN
$1145.00
- DELIVERED -

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WAR TAX PAID

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Easy Time Payments if Desired.
Demonstrator.

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afternoon. Mrs. Farrar was 80 years
old and came south recently with her
sister, Mrs. J, A. Coburn Sr. She had

been, quite HI for sometim and her
death was 'J not .unexpected. 1 '- Mrs.

Farrar left only one sister, Mrs." Co-

burn Sr. and her family, Mr.; and Mrs.
J. A. Coburn Jr. and daughter, Miss
Lolita Coburn. ;

Silver Tea Postponed
The New Year's silver tea that was

to have been given Monday afternoon
at the Presbyterian manse: was post postponed
poned postponed owing to the cold weather.

. c.. :
In Honor of Mr. Hubert TenEyck
Mr. Hubert TenEyck; ; who expects

to return to his ship tomorrow,' will
be the special honor guest at an in

formal' rook party tonight given by

Misse's Jewel Bridges and Ruth Sim

mons at the home of the Matter's par parents.;
ents.; parents.; After the games hot- chocolate,
Christmas cake and salted almonds

will' be served. Those playing will be
Misses Ulanee Barnett, Lucile Gis Gis-sendaner,
sendaner, Gis-sendaner, Ruth Simmons and f Jewel
Bridges, Messrs. Hubert TenEyck,
Charles Cullen, Thelbert Troxler and
Frederick Winer.

1 New Year's Party
Mr. and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe en

tertained their special friends at their

usual New Year's watch -party last
night. tThe evening .was spent quite
informally with music and rook, and 4
at twelye o'clock, .after iexchanging'
New Year's greetings, they sent off
fireworks. Mrs. Weihe' assisted by

tier daughters,' Mrs. K. J. r Weihe and

Mrs. Fred Weihe and bylMiss Lallie
Moore served oysters in the shell,
oyster stew with pickles with crack

ers and coffee, punch, Christmas cake,

nuts, candy and fruit.

The crowd did not make grapha-

phone records as has been their, cus custom
tom custom for many years, owing to the ab

sence of Prof. Karl Weihe, who is

now in Chicago. :

Among those invited to this enjoy

able affair were Mr.i and Mrs. J. R.

Herndon, Mr; and Mrs. E. L. Carney,

Mr. and Mrs. D. E.- Mclver, Mr. and
Mrs. J. G. Swaim, Mr. and Mrs. B. C.

Webb and their guest, Mrs. Clinton

Carlton of Michigan, Mr. and Mrs.
Charles i Simmons Capt. and Mrs.
Weihe and sons, Mrs. K. J. Weihe,
Mrs. L. W. Moore and Miss Lallie
Moore and Mr. James Leslie.

;;.
Mr. and Mrs. R. L.' Anderson have
returned home from Atlanta, whert,
they spent the ".past'-' fortnight with
their sons, who are' stationed at Camp
Gordon. '" ..'
Mrs. A. E. Delouest has returned
home after a several months visit to
her relatives in Renssalaer, Ind. Mrs.
Delouest ; was accompanied by her
brother, Mr. Joseph Halligan and
Mrs, Halligan, who expect to spend
the winter here. They are staying at
the Florida House, but will move into
the Delouest home within the week.
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Miss Marie Pitchford entertained
Misses Lucile Gissendaner, Jewel
Bridges and Ruth Simmons at a jolly
little Welsh rarebit supper several
nights ago in her rooms at the home
of Mrs. T. M. Moore. Later this con congenial
genial congenial little crowd went to the Tem Temple
ple Temple for the remainder of the evening.
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Mr. J. R. Martin, Mr. W. VL Mar Martin
tin Martin and Mis3 Sara Pearl Martin left
nf Tii no nVlnrlc this mornincr in their

Miss Dorothy Chalf ant, the society.-- fo rArA to visit their uncle

editor of the Orlando Sentinel, will and auntj Mr and Mrs. John Will Will-arrive
arrive Will-arrive tomorrow to spend the re- jamgon nta Wednesday night. 'i
mainder of the week as the guest oft ; r;
Miss Eloise Henry. Mrs. Lang Goodyear of Ocala is
' . xVa spending the holidays with her
Mr. Park Anderson, who spent fte and Brents at the Brown House on
holiday! .HPfiST'-Northl- Kentucky avenueLakeland
burg, arrived in Ocala yesterday aft- TeI am

erooon-.ior. rVrT i Mrs. Goodyear returned from her

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friends, before returning to the Uni

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visit' to Lakeland Saturday.

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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 postoface build

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

j m m . j 1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. to render assist-
l Mr. T. T. Munrpe has returned ance charge to registrants in

At an Ad in the Sl J

Mrs.iJ. A.. Coburn Jr. and Miss , ..... OT,

I-Itobnm Jefthe &tuyft-,,Mni Allan Walkley and three chi-

:JJby the 'taS ifr. citaS dren in Jacksonvflle.
aunt, Hre. M. JL Farrar of Burling-,
ton, Vt, which occurred there Friday (Continued on Fourth Page)

filling out questionnaires. Some mem-

bers or associate members of the

board will be in attendance until the
work is completed. E. A. Burford,
tf Chairman Legal Advisory Beard.

We are showing the handsomest
seventy-five cent boxes of Stationery
in all colors that we've ever had.
Gerig's Drug Store. 4 18
Advertise in the Star.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. JANUARY 1, 1018

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, Masons meet Thursday evening.
Mr. H. M. Hampton spent Sunday
in Tampa, and while there was a
guest at the Hillsboro.
Manicure Sets, the good kind with
rea1 steel in the files and knives, at
Genu's Drug Store. 18
Mr. Abram Simmons, father of our
townsman, Mr. Charles E. Simmons,
is having splendid success with a
small flock of chickens. He has ten
hens and the day after Christmas
gathered ten eggs. During the last
six days he gathered 38 eggs, and
for the whole month of December the
record was 145 eggs. Mr. Simmons
says his flock is doing its bit, and
wants to know of anyone having a
better producing record than the
above.

MARSH WILL AGAIN SELL MEAT

TAKE NOTICE IN TIME

Proprietors of Florida Hotels and
Restaurants Report to the Food
Administration
All proprietors of hotels and res-
taurants operating in the state of
Florida are notified to send in their
names and addresses at once to Federal-
Food Administrator Braxton
Beacham, at Orlando, Fla.
This notification is issued for the
" purpose of getting a complete list of
the restaurant and hotel proprietors,
, that they may be acquainted with th
future plans of the United States
Food Administration. AH hotels
whether large or small are included
in this notification as are all restaur-

ants ana caies, regardless oi ineir
. Ki7.p vr th PTrfcpnt. nf fhp.ii nnfrrmncr

Following receipt of names and ad addresses,
dresses, addresses, which must be sent in
promptly, Administrator Beacham
will send other notices direct to the
proprietors, so that they may have
z first hand knowledge of what is ex expected
pected expected of them in the future. Part of
the plans of the food administration
will be directed toward giving valua valuable
ble valuable advice and assistance to the hotel
and restaurant men, and Mr. Beach Beacham
am Beacham desires each one to act quickly in
sending in name and address, so that
no delay may be had in thoroughly
posting those who cater to the needs
of the traveling public.

WOOD FOR SALE

From 1000 acres, half mile to one
mile from Lake Weir station, A. C. L.
R. R. R. L. Martin, Ocala. 1 6t
Get our prices on the Goodrich
when you are needing new tires. Bla Bla-lock
lock Bla-lock Brothers. Phone 78. 31-6t

The largest and best assortment of
WHITE IVORY SETS ever shown in
Ocala. The prices are right. The Court
Pharmacy. V tf
United States Tires ."are good
tires" and I have them in all sizes.
B. F. Condon, phone 129. 19-tf
A full assortment of the famous
PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
the small fall garden- Ocala Seed
Store. ; tf
Chesapeake Bay uysters, received
daily at the Delicatessen Shop, Ocaia
House block. 17-f

GARDEN SEED

The Star office has a limited supply
of garden seed in packages, sent us
by Senator Trammell from Wash Washington
ington Washington for distribution, and the pub public
lic public is welcome to them. Call at the
Star office and obtain a package.

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 num-bersvand
bersvand num-bersvand 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
received them, will be given till the
10th of January to get such numbers.
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.
A. C L. SCHEDULE

Mrl Walter H. Marsh, who some
months ago retired from the fresh
meat business, has decided to again
open business in Ocala, and has asso associated
ciated associated with him Mr. Harry B. Whit Whit-tington,
tington, Whit-tington, the groceryman. They will
operate a grocery store and meat
market at the present store of Mr.
Whittington on South Main street.
These young men have learned by ex

perience that a strictly cash business
is the ideal way to give people the
best service at the least cost, and
following out this plan will conduct
cash store.
The new firm intends to handle, be besides
sides besides a full line of groceries and fresh
meats, all kinds of vegetables, fish,
oysters, etc., and with their "pay as
you go" plan expect to give the pub public
lic public the very lowest prices on all food
stuff. They intend getting their meat
market plant into position and ready
for business by Friday if possible.
. WEATHER IS WARMER

LA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

(Continued frnra Third Page;

Owing to several hours of bright
sunshine today, the weather is per perceptibly
ceptibly perceptibly warmer.
This cold wave has done compara comparatively
tively comparatively little damage, owing to the
persistently chilly wealher of the last
two months. Most of the oranges in
this section have been shipped, and
there was no great amount of truck
UP
The Tampa Tribune says; When
asked yesterday about what damage
had been done to the citrus crop and
trees by the cold wave, Manager C.
E. Stewart Jr. of the Florida Citrus
Exchange, said:
"No damage whatever has been
done either to the fruit or to the
trees. It is true some of the oranges
contained a little ice, but this does no
particular harm. An orange to be
ruined must be frozen solid. The
temperature has been down to 25
twice already this year at DeLand
and has caused no particular com complaint.
plaint. complaint. In regard to the trees, they
were in better shape than at any time
in years to withstand the cold and
none are believed to have been in injured."
jured." injured."
ANNUAL MEETING STATE
LIVE STOCK ASSOCIATION

Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in OcaJs at the
following times:.
No. 10, Leesburg Jacksonville.
5:40 a. m.

No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.

No. H5, Ocala fo-Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-Jim);
Jim); (Sunny-Jim); Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.

Palatka to Ocala, 1.1:15 a. m.
, No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m.
No. 48, Homosassa tn Orala, 1:C
p. xn. ;
No. 49. Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
n. m.

No. 22, Lakeland to Ocalu (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursda and ;itrzr
dav. 9-.Ht n. m
' No. 38, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2.:36-2:40 p. m.-
No. 140, Ocala to falatka. Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. ta.
No. 9, Jacksonville to I sesbtrrg:.
p. c

The sixth anual meeting of the!
Florida State Live Stock Association

will be held in Jacksonville January
8 to 11. The rapid development of
the live stock industry in the South
and the importance of Jacksonville as
the leading market of the South
makes this meeting of more than ord ordinary
inary ordinary interest.
Financing live stock operations is
demanding a great deal of attention
in the live stock world and banking
circles and this subject is given first
importance in the program of the
meeting. Leading bankers will be in
attendance and take part in the pro program.
gram. program. Aid by the Federal Farm
Loan Bank will be the subject of a
talk by the director of the bank, P.
H. J. von Engelken. S. T. Kiddoo,
vice president of the Live Stock Ex Exchange
change Exchange Bank of Chicago will talk on
"Cattle Loan Companies in the West."
The department of agriculture at
Washington will be represented by
Dr.' C. V. Piper, bureau of plant in.
dustry, who has been studying the
subject of pasture grasses and forage
crops for the coastal plain regions of
the southeast. Dr. Piper has made
some very interesting discoveries
along this line which are of vital im importance
portance importance to the industry and his pa paper
per paper will be of more than ordinary in interest.
terest. interest. ;
The purpose and the operations of
the Florida Live Stock Exchange and
its importance to the growers and

shippers will be explained. They will
will be shown why the exchange is a
factor for their protection the, same
as the citrus exchange protects the
orange and grapefruit growers of
Florida.
At the suggestion of the Florida
Live Stock Association the Florida
Live Stock Exchange will conduct a
sale of purebred and high grade live
stock. A sale of hogs will be held at
the Interstate Stock Yards Wednes
day, January 10, Thursday the mem members
bers members of the association and their
euests will be entertained at lunch-

eon at the stock yards ""by thp Ar

mour Company. The sale of cattle
will take place Friday. Several large
breeders of hogs and dairy cows have
entered stock for sale ,and the event
promises to be a feature of the week.
ANNUAL MEETING
FAIR ASSOCIATION

To Knitters
The ladies who distributed tht
knitting yarn of the first instalment
about a month ago request the ladies
to turn in all their garments this
week or the first part of next week, tf
To Red Cross Workers
Mrs. G. A. Ottmann's work room
for surgical dressings work will be
open Wednesday and ihe other reg regular
ular regular days this week. That the sur surgical
gical surgical dressings classes would not
work during the holidays was a mis mistaken
taken mistaken idea. 3t
Notice to Eastern Stars
The member of the Eastern Star
sewing circle are requested to meet
with the vice president, Mrs. J. A.
Wiggins Wednesday afternoon at 3
o'clock to plan the work for the
coming year. 2t
a
Miss Polly Williams returned to
Ocala today from a short visit to
Miss Helen Craig at Tarpon Springs.
The Star is sorry to say that Mrs.
Ford Rogers has been on the sick
list the past three days.
.
The many friends of Mrs. E. C.
Bennett, who has been ill for the last
two weeks, were glad to 'see her out
again yesterday.

Mrs. L. N. Green and children re returned
turned returned home Saturday from Wash Washington,
ington, Washington, Ga., where they spent the
past three weeks. Mrs. Green went
especially to see her brother, Lieut.
Redding Simms of Fort Screven, who
was home on a two weeks furlough.
-
Mrs. L. N. Green has invited
Messrs. Cameron Gamsby, Sam Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Alfred MacKay and Welsh Dew Dewey
ey Dewey to take dinner with her son, Mr.
Alfred Green tonight.
The picture at the Temple yester yesterday,
day, yesterday, "The Modern Mother Goose,"
was a very pretty one, and made all
who saw it wish they could see such
pictures oftener. There were good
crowds at the matinee, but owing to
the cold, rather slender houses in the
evening. Today the Temple has an another
other another instalment of its serial, "The
Fighting Trail," the Hearst-Pathe
News and a comic.

PALM BEACH HATS

Just received a complete line of
new Spring Sport Hats. Call and
see the new styles. Mrs. Minnie A.
Bostick, corner Harrington Hall ho hotel;
tel; hotel; Phone 310. 22

STATE CAPITAL HAD A SCARE

The annual meeting of the Marion
County Fair Association stockhold stockholders,
ers, stockholders, as fixed by the constitution, will
be held Wednesday, January ninth,
(9th) 1918, at three p. m. at the board
of trade rooms, Ocala, Fla.
The important issue to come be before
fore before this meeting for discussion and
action will be the question as to
whether the fair will continue in the
future or be discontinued. Let every
stockholder, every farmer and every
business man who has the good of
Marion county at heart be present.
Article 8 of the constitution reads:
"Representatives of a majority of the
stock issued shall constitute a quor quorum."
um." quorum." Stockholders may be repre represented
sented represented by-proxy.
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING

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

Practical Joker Had Some Fun with
the Tallahassee Police
A special from Tallahassee to the
Tampa Tribune says:
As a result of what local Chief of
Police E. R. Isler believes to be a
deep-laid plot to blow up the state
capitol, Governor Catts has ordered
an adequate guard placed around the
state house grounds tonight and each
night in future with orders to "shoot
any unidentified person who attempts
to enter without giving a full state statement
ment statement of his business."
The governor this afternoon told
the chief of police to arm the men
who have volunteered for the purpose
"with shotguns loaded with buck buckshot."
shot." buckshot." Late Saturday evening the little,
daughter of Photographer Max Bein
found a note concealed and carefully
packed in an English walnut shell be between
tween between the capitol and her father's
studio. The note could not L be read
except by holding it before a mirrow
and contained this message:
"Bombs are ready; don't fail mej
capitol is unguarded; meet me tonight
at home."
Mrs. Bein, to whom her little

daughter ran with her find, could

make nothing of the note, but sent
for the chief of police. He deciphered
its language by holding it before a
mirror, when it became most legible.
He reported the matter to the secre secretary
tary secretary of state in the absence from the
city of the governor. When the night
force of State Comptroller Ernest
Amos went home, Walter McLin ana
H. Clay. Crawford volunteered to
guard the capitol Saturday night, and
did so, forcing all passers-by to take
the street, the chief having armed
each of them with a revolver.
Today Chief Isler called upon the
governor and his secretary, showed
them the cleverly prepared note and
handed them a full report of the
matter, in which he reminded the
governor that "we are at war with
the most treacherous and damnable
race on earth." The result was that
the executive came immediately to his
office this afternoon, consulted with
his secretary of state and private
secretary, and ordered the establish establishing
ing establishing of a large posse about the state
house tonight and in future. The
chief said tonight:
"The governor did riot regard it as
a joke and said that if It were this is
no time for jokes of that nature. He
told me to take every precaution to
protect the state property here."
As no bombs were found in the
capitol and no strangers attemptea
to enter, the authorities believe the
note went astray but that, had it
reached its destination, a shapeless
pile of brick might have told the
story this morning.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST. FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

RATES: Six line maximum. one
time 25c.; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.

7$Z?nZmgl DR. D. M. BONEY

V

My Optician1

EYESIGHT
SPECIALIST

I especially offer my services to tLe
people of Central Florida, and invite
Iersonal visits or mail ordeis.
202-204 Hogan St., Park Hotel Bldg.,
JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

WANTED Two hound pups from
two to six months old. Address Tom
Smothers, R. F. D., Micanopy, Fla. 3t
FOR SALE Pair of genuine Mal Maltese
tese Maltese kittens; about two months old.
Price $3. Inquire at Star office. 6t

FOR SALE Home cured lard and
home cured smoked meats. Every
pound guaranteed. Any quantity. Ad Address
dress Address C. H. Luff man, Sparr, Fla. lm

FIRE WOOD For sale. Stove wood
lengths. Phone 185X, for prompt de delivery.
livery. delivery. J. C. Johnson. 10-lm ..

FORD FOR SALE Price, $150; fair
condition, at the Maxwell Agency.
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 Old False Teeth. Don't
matter if Uroken. I pay $2 to $15 per
set. Send by parcel post and receive
check by return mail. L. MAZER,
2007 S. Fifth Avenue, Philadelphia,
Pa. 10-18t
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.

QCALA FATHER

HELPING Alt HE CHI

"Two of my sons are in the war.. I
am doing all I can to help my coun country,
try, country, as well as Mayr's Wonderful
Remedy, which I can thank for my
present good health. I suffered five
years with most, serious stomach
trouble and bloating. Am recommend recommending,
ing, recommending, it to all sufferers." It is a simple,
harmless preparation that removes
the catarrhal mucus from the intees-

tinal tract and allays the inflamma

tion which causes- practically all
stomach, liver and intestinal ailments,

including appendicits. One dose will

convince or money refused. The Court

Pharmacy. Adv. 1

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome Always

extended to visiting brothers.
Oscar Andrews, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.

MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15

Miriam Eebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7 :S0 o'clock.
' Emma C. Burnett, N. G.
Irma Brigance, Secretary.

MARION-DUNN MASON'C LODGE

Marion-Dunn Lodge Nq. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock, until further notice.
Jz-ke Brown, Secretary.
H. M. Weathers, W. M.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:36 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are ailways welcome.
T. D. Lancaster, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk

OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. fc
Ocala Lodge No.' 286, t Benevolent
ard Protective Order of Elks, meets
tho second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffice, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
S. J. Crook. Secretary.

KNIGHTS U PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. ID. Convention?
held every Monday night at 7:3(
at the Castle Hall, over the James
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
to visiting brothers. s
G. A.; Nash, C. C.
K. Sage. K. of R. S.

R, A. M. CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, 11. A. M, on the
fcurth Friday in every month at 8 p.
tn. B. C. WebVH. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

CUTTING HAIB0F ROYALTY

, rme Countries PerfoPmeJ
With About as rueh Certmon
la some eastern JJtries chndrea'g
haf not cut unil they are tea or
hair. ..ort of age-the girls th

nTconTdered mle. Up

the

ers.

1 J. H. BRINQO:
real estate and fnvtsl
.i : BROKER-

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SERVICE i LA CAl::r

X XalnSt., Oposite P.

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' Treks
"Built Service"
O. IIIDDE I
Florida Hou Ocala. I

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DAMS' PORCH D DECK Pa
is ffiadaespeciallyesist Lll
er condtionsso ai" painting?
not use the thing the ptrpoA
Will CO t no mnro.1 f.T I 1

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TIIF-MAKION

IFii

Ocala V-

t time it w a r, T 01
bead and adored with fresh flow-

s day r cutUa? romcc

"there is a tg"0! Vn-
Whf was Pjnt.at a rojal
oeScutting 0 jme
of the harem was Ded In long, flow flow-xnfrlarments
xnfrlarments flow-xnfrlarments of dttajd lace, confined
at tlfwaist by a girdle. Her
long hair, coiled last ttaejwas
1 1 lined with ; dtond ins,; which

Gleamed and glfea -among fresh
white flowers andsreen leaves like
Pearly drops of inoxing dew. ;
There, in the prece of the ladies,
her father and a? officiating priest,
surrounded by hernaidens, some 200
In number, she bt under a canopy
of flowers and while prayers
were chanted.
Then, the beatitJ" tresses being un unbound,
bound, unbound, ber royaiather, dipping his
fingers in rosewifc and drawing them
caressingly over ar head, clipped o2
about an eighth dm inch of hair and
threw it into a fldea basin, deposit depositing
ing depositing at the same tie, on a great gaive,.
placed ready to them, presents
of jewels and go d
The priest cu:he next piece, her
mother the neit,id so on, each guest
serving in turn ml the little lady was
shorn. ...

All gave costlgiits, intended for
her marriage d.er princes, minis ministers
ters ministers of state & dignitaries of all
sorts, who waiten the outer courts,
sending in theirSy attendants. The
day ended in feajng and a display of
fireworks. Ke&G'th Sunday Herald.
HOW TO BEEPER THINGS
Simple Ways Which the Memory
May Be Tfied to- Be Great
Asset Possessor.

In an artlclebout a man rith a
great memory, the American Maga Magazine,
zine, Magazine, a writs' s:
"'Any teit ch trains your mind
to really see tigs at a quick glance
will help a J returned "Horgan.
'One of the K tests I know is to
stand in front; the show window of
a store and gfce quickly at all the
articles in thelndow and then turn
away and see-w many you can re remember.
member. remember. Praee will make' anyone
pretty adept aois.
""Look at j passengers opposite

vem 1 rt a ehaiii Thon trAnf

jwt a .uv-u caub vui 1 S if 7k "fl 111 'IS

thorn filonoi- y,a odtroitclnrF rvl I

cards over tr heads. Close yoi
eyes and see-w many yoa can r
member. Aliese things will h
you In remenring a man's f eatir8
from a qsiekince ; it would be 3 3-polite
polite 3-polite and usiy impossible to std
and stare In tan's face for threor
four nlcuiea.
"Meet allhe people you -an.
Watch them Keep Usts cf heir
names. Sit rn at night andeck
up the peoplou hare met thaday ;
see how clea you can call the
image of ead
: ;
Last of Poets.
Tte Iezlesjf British pc and

possiciy theaziest of mr was
James Thorn., who won tfhice in
English liter r e hy m tt works'
"Tie Seasoaand The Ca of In Indolent"
dolent" Indolent" tr. rt-f an Ensr-

lishpoet betse his worfcvas done
in &g!ad,it he was icotch by
extracts piace 0pirth. .He
was bora fEdnam, iijRoxburgh iijRoxburgh-Scotia;
Scotia; iijRoxburgh-Scotia; in the yeslTOO nine
yeais beforthe birthf Samuel
Jokson. age c twenty-five
?e !t tondon to jte his way
,n KerattmHe wasntor, writer
Jorpresiraniatistad poet, but

curea wua"'
ePfe already enUoned. He
ffle4 the-e of f-lnt Jt u
relai of jgon he geldom got
out ef be4 til nooand often not
tnea Slosf rr Seasons" and
neaall ohe Cj?p of Indolence"
wetrltti ijeaomsoa excelled
mor h ptl0Dthan in episode

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le's Bluff.
t:? my little niece, Alice,
Jnlf :-.;e, nelen, were playing
JJ4r Alice asked Helen if
T ce in the barn and
rtehzt she did not know.
i-v'kdr '.'Here kitty, kitty
Wt any kitten," fraid
y : -Alice, "but if there are
twin run away if they

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PRACllCAh CTVn

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Careful Estimates

trrct work, u .ves

worik iur wit: -iniyEy
'orttrsctor in h f 'trv

all Ccr
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v. jju now i
display the new Pal:a gp
hats. Ladies invited and r
your new spring hat. irmje
Bostick, comer Harritii

building. Phone 310.

W. K.

Lane, M. D.ia

Surgeon, specialist Eyee

Throat. Law Library

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Marion County (Fla.)
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