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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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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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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather Forecast: Probably rain
tonight and Saturday, fair extreme
south portion; slightly colder Satur Saturday
day Saturday extreme northwest portion.

VARM WELCOME

FOB .DUO
PEOPLE OF FRANCR VIE IN
DOING HONOR TO OUR
PRESIDENT
Brest,, Dec. 13. (By the Associated
Prfess.) President Wilson arrived in
the harbor at Brest at one o'clock this-
afternoon on the steamer George
Washington, amid deaf ehing salvos of
artillery afloat and ashore. The ar arrival
rival arrival was the culmination of an im imposing
posing imposing naval spectacle which began
as the presidential fleet rounded the
outer capes and moved majestically
into the harbor, where it anchored at
the head of a long double column of
American dreadnaughts, destroyers
and units of a French cruiser squad squadron.
ron. squadron. The fleet was first sighted at
11:30 this morning. It was more than
an hour later when the ships were
signalled at the entrance of the har harbor.
bor. harbor. French ministers and American
officials, accompanied by Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Wilson, boartied the ship at
1:30, and preparations were at once
started for the president's landing.
A TREMENDOUS OVATION
Within an hour the president came
ashore with Mrs. Wilson, who carried
an American flag and a bouquet.
There was a thundering cannonade as
the president's launch left the ship
and lantled af pier Nd. 3. It was es escorted
corted escorted to the tribune amid cheers,
salvos and the notes of the Star
Spangled Banner.
OFF FOR PARIS
President Wilson delivered a brief
address after landing, thanking the
mayor for his typical Breton welcome,
and then drove through the frantical frantically
ly frantically cheering crowds to the rail way. sta station.
tion. station. The president and his party left
Brest for Paris at .four o'clock this
afternoon.
NO SPECIAL PRIVILEGES
Paris, Thursday, Dec. 12. Premier
Clemenceau informed the delegates of
.the General Labor Federation that
they would be allowed to present ai
address to President Wilso only in
case the president gave Jus personal
permission. The project was therefore
abandoned, and the federation asked
itS adherents to join with the people
in cheering President Wilson upon his
amval. V
INFLUENZA IN ALABAMA
(Associated Press)
Mobile, Dec. 13. The public schools
have been cdlosed on account of in influenza.
fluenza. influenza. 1
WRECK ON THE COAST LINE
The southbound passenger train on
the Coast Line at a station 12 miles
north of Ocala at 3 o'clock this morn morning.
ing. morning. was badly smashed by the north northbound
bound northbound train, which was attempting to
"pass it on a siding.. The sleepers oft
the southbound train were not clear
of the main line and one was badly
scrapped. The other was almost
wrecked as it was struck- in the mid middle,
dle, middle, buckled badly and raised high into
the air. The other sleeper was filled,
the one wrecked having only three
passengers. The locomotive on the
northbound train was too badly
wrecked to proceed and traffic was
tied up for several hours.
NOTICE TO GUARDS
Members of Company A, County
Guards, are notified to be present at
the armory1 this evening. Election of
lieutenants .will be held and other lm lm-,
, lm-, ipotrant dutieo must be attended to.
NOTICE, BOY SCOUTS
There will be no meeting of the
Boy Scouts tonight, but a meeting will
be held tomorrow evening at 7 o'clock
.at the armory. H. A. Davies,
Scoutmaster.
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
FOR THE WEEK
Shows begin 3:30, 7 and 8:20 p. m.
Today: Carlyle Blackwell and Eve Evelyn
lyn Evelyn Greeley in "Hitting the Trail."
. Saturday: Ruth Clifford in "The
Fires of Youth."
Monday: Ethel Barrymore in "Our
Mrs. McChesney."
Tuesday: Dorothy Phillips in "Pay
Me." Vh -..
PERFUMERY for milady's toilet
table; all the popular scents; just the
thing for her holiday present. Come in
and let us show you. The Court
Pharmacy. 13-tf
We are now showing, a pretty line
'of IVORY TOILET ARTICLES in
sets or single pieces Just the thing
for holiday presents. Tydings & Co.,
-opposite Harrington Hotel. ti
l5o yon read the want ads ?

COMING HUME
FOR CHRISTMAS

OUR CAPITAL SHIPS WILL SOON
BE ON THEIR WAY ACROSS
THE OCEAN
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 13. Every capi capital
tal capital ship of the American navy, includ
ing the ships which have been operat operating
ing operating with the British main fleet during
the war, will return to home waters
this month, Secretary Daniels has an
nounced. It is expected that they will
reach New York December 23rd, and
a naval review will take place there to
celebrate their home coming.
DUNNELLON PLEDGES TO
UNITED WAR WORK
Dunnellon, District No. 2, James T.
. Rawls, Chairman
- WHITE
One Hundred Dollars: Walter Ray.
Sjxty Dollars: Jas. T. Rawls, Mr.
and Mrs. C. A. Sheppard.
Fifty Dollars: A. G. Bigelow, A. W.
Inglis, B. J. Benson, L. H." Knight, T.
N. Strange, R. C. Block, R. J. Rivers.
Thirty Dollars: J. F. Cocowitch, F.
W. Johns, H. A. Ross, Y. H. Blanken-
ship, W. B. Anderson, H. T. -Mote.
Twenty-five Dollars: J. B. Carlisle
Jr., S. Feinberg,,T. W. Neville, J. G.
Baskm, W. M. Griffith, Mrs. S. R.
Keister, W. J. Mixon, J. Buttgenbach
Co.. J. P. Bonie. D. B.- Kibler. J. A.
Grumbles, John Ohnmacht, George
Ohnmacht, E. J. Jones, C. T. John Johnson,
son, Johnson, M. Stewart, T. J. Kemp & Co.,
W. O. Brewer, A. L McKay.
Twenty-five Dollars: J. T. Hutch-
' v
ins. f
Twenty Dollars : J. D. Moon, M. J.
Dixon, C. G. Lassiter.
Fifteen Dollars: C. W. Rush, J. M.
Feagle, W. H. Hoffman, A. J. Harn-
agle.
Ten Dollars: C. E. Hood, L. A.
Maiden, W. L. Akin. R. H. Sander.
G.' R. Whittaker, .Baptist Sewing
Circle, R. M. Johnson, W..N. Knight,
W. JL Waters, R. L. .Hayes, W. D.
White Jr., Roy Ross, L. M. Kibler, C.
G. Leitner, J. T. Osteen, J. W. Will Williams,
iams, Williams, F. E. Henyshill, J. B. Revels,
J. F. Sherford, W. E. McClain, C. J.
Tullis, S. J. McCully, H. L. Shearer,
E. B. Weather's, J. W. Coulter, S. R.
Blitch.
Seven Dollars and Fifty Cents: J.
B.George.. v
Five Dollars: E. and G. Bogs, J. L.
Dixon, Frank Dixon, J. L. Turner,
Mrs. J. L.ipotyW. W. King, F. Wa Waters,
ters, Waters, J. M. Patterson, T. H. Russell,
M Stone, Henry Folks, I. Cason, J. E.
Westbrook, Charles Knight, W. A.
Simpson, J. W. McCradie, Samuel My
ers, R. N. Wells, T. C. Brassell, Mrs.
F. W. Ross, F. H. Dreher, D.'R. Ze Ze-trouer,
trouer, Ze-trouer, C. C. Ayer, J. L. Carter, A. L.
Sweet, Z. P. Hathcock, J. E. Knight,
Mrs. Vann, A. R. Haven, R. H. Mark Mark-ham,"
ham," Mark-ham," L. H. Markham, J.' D. Wiggins,
W. J. Folks, Holly Butler, W.
D.
Young, J. Ff Folks, A. J. Markham,
W. E. Walker, Miss Rae Folks, S. A.
Neal, W. M. Sutherland, E. M.. Petty,
M. L. Prine, J. L. B. Hudgens, J. R.
Shearer, S. D. Atkinson, J. L. Beck,
W. K. Roe, G. W. Mills, J. H. Pearce,
L. B. Jackson, Thomas Russell, I. V.
Helton, C. C. Rawls Jr., E. EL Rawls,
Roy Goodwin, Jack "Fleming, A. L.
Leith, A. G. McKay, J. H. Lanier, L.
T. Hendrix, B. R. Blitch, J. M. Blitch,
D. D. Curry.
Four Dollars: J. O. Butler.
Three Dollars and Fifty Cents: P.
Burns. Mrs. Burns.
Three Dollars: O. P. BrittV G. W.
Huggins, C. S. Sims, Morris Ander
son,;J. I. Whittingfon, B. R. Smothers,
J. Tl Leitner, W. T. Whittington, H.
H. Harrell, B. H. Leitner, M. J. W.
Dean, E. B. Guffey, O. M. Hill, Lloyd
Milts, Mrs. S. W. Curry, Aubrey
Frank, J. J. Goodwin Grover Good
win, B. C. Blitch, P. J. Messer.
Two Dollars and Fifty Cents: C. L.
Hayes, W. H. Markham, B. B. Fant,
E. T. Stanley, George Hunt, George
Bennett, Ferdinand Fant, C. A. Stan
ley. .. ; ;
Two Dollars: Geo. B. Walton, M. I
Dean, Frank" Dean, C. W. Leitner, I.
H. Gladney, A. J. Wyche, J. W. Feas-
ter, G. C. Brown. W. R. Dreher, E. C.
Burger, H. Thalgott, W. H. Ezzel, C.
C. Baird, T. W. Blitch, E. H. Mosten,
Norris Lanier.
One Dollar: G. T. Kirkland, R. J.
Colding, H. C. Kirkland, T. P. Dean,
Palmer Ratteraee, M J. Dreher, Mrs.
D. R; Zetrouer, Joe Williams, C.
Blackman, D. A. Walker, W. F. Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, L. A. Tucker, Mrs. L. A. Tucker,
Jv L. Miller, J. W. Beard, George
Bolander, Dan Dischard, Lee Arm Armstrong,
strong, Armstrong, Lee Curry, : O. F. Godwin,
Fletcher Messer, C. A. Lynn, E. E. L.
Elbergon, George Elberson, Miss Min Minnie
nie Minnie P. Hannen, C. C. Cremer, S. M.
Ricks Oscar Saunders.
Fifty Cents: Clyde Wilson, W. H.
Crumley, J. C. Hendricks, C L. Hodge,
John Curry..
Colored
Five Dollars: Aaron Lott, George

OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1918.

SAFELY UNDER THE
SHATTERED PORT OF POLA IS
NOW IN CHARGE OF AN AM AMERICAN
ERICAN AMERICAN SQUADRON
(Associated Press)
Amsterdam, Dec." 13 An American
squadron has arrived at Pola and tak taken
en taken over command of the port. The
Jugo-Slav war vessels in the harbor
have hoisted the American flag, ac
cording to a telegram from Laibach.
HAS A HEART
It Wasn't in Evidence When Non
German People Were Being
Oppressed
, (Associated Press)
Amsterdam, Thursday, Dec. 12.
The former German empress has suf
fered another serious heart attack,
and a doctor has been summoned from
Berlin, it is reported.
MONTREAL WAS QUIET
THIS MORNING
1 (Associated Press)
Montreal, Dec. 13 The citv is quiet
this morning following last night's
disorder growing out,of the strike of
1500 city employees for higher pay.
, V
PERSONAL SKETCH
Lieutenant Davis Al. Constantini
Lieutenant Constantini is both a
soldier and a diplomat, having served
his country with great distinction in
both the military and diplomatic
branches. )
When the hostilities began between
Italy and Austria he joined the army
as a volunteer and was attached to
the military staff ofHis Royal High
ness the Duke of Aosta, commander
of the Third army. He was thus ablt
to master a comprehensive view oif
the development of events and partic
ipate in the counsels of the military
and political leaders of the allied
countries.
He has seen service in Albania, has
visited the western front, has been
roads and traffic inspector of the low lower
er lower Isonzo and military commissioner
to the S. O. S.
He c?4ie to the United States last
JulyXtached to the Italian military
mission for aeronautics, and comes to
us from the Royal Italian embassy.
Shuler, JVash Long, Will White, Han Handy
dy Handy Blair.
Four Dollars: H. S. Starks, C.
Black, M. Speights. y
Three Dollars and Fifty Cents: Tom
Hasty, R. Mcintosh. J
Three Dollars and Twenty-five
Cents: John Garner. ..
Three Dollars: Veter Brown, Wilks
Alexander, Charles Gallon; A. Bella Bellamy,
my, Bellamy, Charles Henry, Jonah Williams,
John Reed, Dan Campbell, W. Echols,
W. Arlich, Will Bigham, Jerry Grum Grum-bly.
bly. Grum-bly.
Two Dollars and Eighty Cents: Ben
Baker, Arch Griffin, Piff Montgomery,
Jim Morrison, Joe Wyche, Sam Mont Montgomery,
gomery, Montgomery, Robert Floyd, Will Coffee, A.
CoffeeL Ned Flowers, H. S. Lipscomb.
Two Dollars and Fifty Cents: N.
Shepard, S. Green, Joe Weston,' Mark
Cambridge, John Roberson, A. Flow Flowers,
ers, Flowers, W. Brown.
Two Dollars and Twenty-five Cents
John Williams. i
Two Dollars: M. Norman, L. Rober Roberson,
son, Roberson, John Jackson, P. Walker, H.
Bower, Alex Davis, Henry Butler, i.
A. McCoy, A. J. Meecham, James
Hawkins, Whitman Butler, J. C. Aid Aid-rich,
rich, Aid-rich, Will Jenkins, Frank Jefferson,
James Robinson, James Mack; I. C.
Edwards, C. H. Harris and wife, Tom
Brown Sr., H. C. Walls, Will Jacobs,
Lloyd Pool, Fred Lewis, Alex Garner,
Joe -Camp, Walter Lebrand, A. J.
Lamson, Thomas Walls, Jake Jacobs,
E. D. Butler. Charles Tillis, George
Willfams, John Smith, W. Andrews,
Arthur Austin, Rich Prazier, A. Bra Bra-ley,
ley, Bra-ley, A. Jackson, A. Benjamin, June
Barnwell, Abe. Mosely, Eli Hamilton,
Joe Williams, R. B. Ridgeway.
One Dollar: A. B. Ritnon, William
Meecham, Fred Robinson, Alex Mor
gan, C. Coy, Jeff Blankeman, Mose J.
Archie, Kate Hawkins, Robert Wash
ington,. George Brown, Lem Darney,
Charles Nelson, Charles Hamilton,
Oscar Wilber, James Smith, M. Sulli
van, William Hollis, George Shealy,
William Smith, George Reece, Robert
Carter, Ben Johnson, Lemon Leah,
P. J. Barco, W. Nelson, Jessie Lewis,
H. Gray, Jonas Calhoun, Tom Broad
Jr., Raymond Foe, Grant Gerlock, Lu
ther Robinson, Oliver Lewis, Hazel
Lewis.
Sixty-five Cents: Mose Graham.
Fifty Cents: Telmon Coy, C. Good
win, Drucilla Brown, Mrs. A. J. Jack
son.
v- Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack
age, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.

STARS

AND

STRIPES

Ml ASKS FOR

TOO MUCH
WANTS TELEPHONE AND TELE TELEGRAPH
GRAPH TELEGRAPH LINES ANNEXED TO
POSTOFFICE DEPARTMENT
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 13. Permanent
government ownership of telephone
and telegraph lines as an auxiliary to
the postoffice department is proposed
in a joint resolution introduced by
Chairman Moon of the House postof
fice committee.
TURNING OVER THE TONNAGE
Ships aggregating 800,000 tons
have been designated to be turned
over by the army quartermaster de
partment to the shipping board for
return to commercial trade routes.
LINED UP ALONG THE RHINE
Washington, Dec. 13. The Ameri American
can American army marching into Germany has
come to a stand on the Rhine. General
Pershing's report for yesterday said
there was no advance during the day.
RESUMING TRADE WITH FINNS
- AND .RUSSIANS
Washington, Dec. 13. Plans for re resuming
suming resuming general trade with parts of
Russia and Finland were disclosed to
day.
COUNTY COMMISSIONERS
y Ocala, Fla., Nov. 15, 1918;
Board of county commissioners met
in session called by the chairman with
Commissioners Carn, Luff man and
Davis present.
Certificate of indebtedness of the
county having been issued by the
board in accordance with Section 13,
Chapter 7292, Laws of Florida, for
$600, said certificate was sold at par
to Mrs. L. B. Carn, and check No. A
on Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank of Ocala, for $600 made by Mrs.
L. B. Carn was accepted in payment
of said certificate of indebtedness,
and board directed that said check bt
endorsed by chairman and made pay payable
able payable to H. A. Waterman in payment
for forty-four uniforms complete for
county guards. .j-.
All bills approved were ordered
paid. '.('' t
Board directed that road and bridge
fund warrant No. 8340, favor Joe
Bradshaw.for $4.50 be cancelled ac account
count account of error and warrant for $4.05
be issued in lieu thereof.
Board directed that warrant -No.
1 7152, generalyf und, be cancelled ac
count of error. Warrant No. 617.,
favor of J. P. Galloway, fine and for forfeiture
feiture forfeiture fund, for $10.08, be cancelled
account of error. Warrant No. 7165,
general fund, favor of Weljes Coal
Co., for $373.50 be cancelled account
of error. Warrant No. 6957, general
fund, for $5 favor Charity Rigdon, be
cancelled account of error. Warrant
No. 6965, favor Hannah Jones for $5,
general fund, cancelled account death
of Hannah Jones.
Peter White and Ephraim Nelson
were stricken from pauper list ac
count of death.
Warrants on road and bridge fund,
Nos. 8676 to 8683, inclusive, were or ordered
dered ordered drawn to meet billy duly ap approved.
proved. approved. 4
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 3rd, 1918.
The board of county commissioners
for Marion county, Florida, met in
regular session at 10 o'clock. Present,
W. D. Carn, chairman, Commission Commissioners
ers Commissioners J. W. Davis, W. Luff man and J.
G. Baskin.
Minutes of regular meeting Nov. 5
and special meeting Nov. 15, read and
approved.
On motion Mary Jackson, care Mr.
J. A. Talton, Anthony, Fla., be plac placed
ed placed on pauper list at $3 per month un until
til until a further report can be had from
Mr. Talton.
Messrs. J. T. Hutchins, O. H. Rog Rogers
ers Rogers and J. A. Talton, county commissioners-elect,
being present were in invited
vited invited to sit with and take part in the
discussions before the board.
On motion of Commissioner Luff Luff-man,
man, Luff-man, J. L. Farmer and wife of.Citra
were placed on the paper list at $5
per month, and Sy Johnson and wife
were placed on pauper list at $5 per
month. -v
Communication from Mr. N. A.
Fort relative to resolution and law to
borrow money account highway pur
poses and to meet state appropna
tion read and filed.
The matter of county depository
coming before the board and after
discussion on motion-of Commissioner
Luff man the Munroe & Chambliss Na National
tional National Bank of Ocala was designated
as depository for the year 1919.
Iverson White's widow was ordered
placed on the paper list at $3 per
month.
Colored Farm Agent W. F. Pickens
and Pearl Anderson, colored demon demonstration
stration demonstration agent, appeared before the
board and asked assistance of the
county in their work in Marion coun county.
ty. county. Matter was taken under advise
ment. , i
Mr. Alfred Ayer, tax assessor, ap-

TOUGH LUCK
: THE

FDR
TRIBUNE

PRO-GERMANS LABELED IT AS
BEING A FRIENDLY
PAPER
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 13. Testimony
that Edward Lyell Fox, a writer sent
to Germany in 1915 to write German
propaganda, which was distributed by
the Hearst International News Serv
ice, was presented to the Senate in
vestigation committee today by Cap Captain
tain Captain Lester of the army intelligence
service. Answering questions, Capt.
Lester said there was nothing in the
records to show that either Hearst or
the managers of ; the International
News Service, knew Fox was in the
pay of the German government. Capt.
Lester read a telegram sent by the
German embassy in Washington to
the German foreign office, in Septem September,
ber, September, 1914, paying "The Chicago Tri Tribune
bune Tribune is a friendly paper."
SET OFDIRTY SKUNKS J l
Captain Lester testified that the
German government in July, 1914, in informed
formed informed about 130 civilian employes at
a conference in Berlin that a world world-war
war world-war would be started soon. These
were then dispatched to all parts of
the world, thirty-one coming ; to the
United "States to stimulate pan-German
propaganda; They landed in
August, 1914, from the same boat
which brought Dr. Almert, the reput reputed
ed reputed paymaster for the enemy propa propaganda
ganda propaganda system in this country. Capt.
Lester said his information came from
an unnamed informant now interned
in the United States. :
peared before the board relative to
his bill. His bill was ordered paid.
It was ordered that $4000 be trans
ferred from road and bridge fund,
$400 from fine and forfeiture fund and
$400 from sub-road district No. 2
fund, all to outstanding indebtedness
fund, and that clerk wire the comp
troller for confirmation of same., r
Mr. L. N. Green appeared and a
communication in the matter of ap appeal
peal appeal from action of Judge Bullock in
granting a stay, of execution in the
Ponder bond matter against W. P.
Wilson and L. R.- Hampton. After
consideration it was decided to accept
Mr. Green's ? proposition as contained
in his letter, and he is instructed to
take an apepal to the. supreme court
of Florida in said matter. ?
On motion it was ordered that war
rant be drawn for $15j0 from agricul agricultural
tural agricultural fund for dipping vat work,' and
$50 from county proper f unTf or mak
ing road map.
Notary public bond by W. E. Mc-
Gahagin, with S. T. Sistrunk and C.
C. Priest sureties read and approved.
On mopion J. L. Lawrence's salary
was made $100 per month and he
board -himself. v, j
Bonds of C. R. Veal, W. L. Colbert
and A. J. Stephens, as members of
county board of public instruction for
Marion county, for $2000- each : with
the United States Fidelity & Guaran
ty Company as surety, read and ap approved.
proved. approved. :
Bonds of J. A. Talton, Oscar :H.
Rogers, Jeff T. Hutehins, W. D. Carn
and Joseph W. Davis, as county com
missioners for Marion county,' Fla.,
f or $2000 each, with United States
Fidelity & Guaranty Co. as surety,
read and approved. '
Authority from Ernest Amos, the
comptroller, granting authority f6r
transfer of $4000 from road fund,
$400 from fine and forfeiture fund
and $400 from sub-road district No. 2
fund to outstanding indebtedness fund
reaa ana niea.
Upon motion warrant was ordered
drawn on outstanding indebtedness
fund for $5585 favor the Munroe &
Chambliss National Bank to retire-refund
road warrants Nos. 30 to 34, in inclusive,
clusive, inclusive, for $1000 each, and-coupons
No. 6 on refund road warrants Nos.
30 to 37 inclusive, 4041, 45, 46, 58,
58, 61 and 65 to 68, inclusive; for $30
each, and coupon No. 6 for refund
road warrant No. 57 for $15; ''
Upon, motion, warrant was ordered
drawn on outstanding indebtedness
fund for $23190"favor the Munroe &
Chambliss National Bank,pc. T. P.
Drake to retire refund road 'warrants
Nos. 1 7and 18, for $1000 and" $500,
respectively, and coupons No. 6 on re refund
fund refund road warrants Nos. 7, 8, 9; 10, 12,
17, 19, 21, 22 and 23 for $30 each, and
coupons No. 6 on refund road wa ty tyrants
rants tyrants Nos. 18 and 20 for $15 each,
coupon No. 6 on refund road warrant
No. 14 for $18.64, coupon No. 6 on
refund road warrant No. 24 for $15.68
and coupon No. 6 on refund road war warrant
rant warrant No. 75 for $15.40, and 'coupons
No. 6 on refund general "warrants
Nos. 9, 12, 18, 19, 20, 22, 23, 24, 25,
26, 27, 28 and 29 for $30 each, and
coupon No. 6 on refund general war warrant
rant warrant No. 8, for $15oupon 'No. 6T on
refund general warrant No. 17 for
$15.74 and coupon No. 6 on refund
general warrant No. ZO for $19.44.
On motion warrant was ordered

VOL.25, NO. 299

E
III COVER OCALA
Aviators Marking Out Landing Sta Stations
tions Stations Expected Here this
Afternoon
Brooksville, Dec. 12 Lieuts. Feast,
Carter and Knettles of Dorr Fiela,
Arcadia," accompanied by their mech mechanicians,
anicians, mechanicians, Osborne, Kennington and
Means, caused considerable excite-'
ment by landing about noon today on
tne large, farm of-Dr. Bystra neai neai-here,
here, neai-here, where they were soon surround surrounded
ed surrounded by school children and the public.
The aviators are selecting landing
places for a contemplated mail route
between Tampa, Brooksville, Lees Lees-burg,
burg, Lees-burg, Oca,la and points on the east
coast. They were expected about 3
p. m., but arrived sooner, having in intended
tended intended to stop at Dade City and hav having
ing having missed that town in some way.
The officers are tonight the guest -of
the citizens at an entertainment at
the New Southern hotel.' The machines
which brought them are 150-horse-power
machines, making a speed of
Ha miles an hour. Tampa Tribune.
Mayor Chace, last night, received a
telegram announcing that two of the
airplanes with their crews would lana
here this afternoon. He instructed
City Marshal -Thomas to make the
necessary arrangements for guarding
the, machines during the stay of the
aviators here.
The planes arrived about 2 o'clock
this afternoon and flew all over the
city before landing. We u iderstand
they will remain here t0ni4.it, while
the officers confer with the postmaster
and mayor. The airplanes will be un under
der under guard, so curious people had bet better
ter better keep a safe distance from them.
drawn on outstanding indebtedness
fund for $60 favor Munroe & Cham Chambliss
bliss Chambliss National Bank, ape. C. Rhein Rhein-auer,
auer, Rhein-auer, to retire coupons No. 6 on re refund
fund refund road warrants Nos. 5 and 6 for
$30 each. ;.
Orf motion warrant was ordered
drawn on outstanding indebtedness
fund for $144.09, favor Munroe &
Chambliss National Bank, account Dr.
H. W. Henry to retire coupons No.
on refund general fund warrants No.
1 and No. 2 for $36 each, Nos. 5 and b
for $30 each and Nc. 7-for $12.09.
On motion warrant was ordered
drawn on outstanding indebtedness
fund .for $2030 favor Commercial
Bank of Ocala, account M. Alice Haz Hazard,
ard, Hazard, to-retire refund road warrant
No. 3 and coupon No. 6 attached.
On motion warrant was ordered
drawn "on outstanding indebtedness
fund for $665 favor Ocala .National
Bank, account C. Rheinauer, to retire
refund warrant No. 4 for $500 and
cor.pon No. 6 on refund road warrant
No. .4 for $15 and coupons No. 6 on
refund road warrants Nos. 11 and 13
for $30 each, and coupons No. 6 on re- y
fund, general warrants Nos. 3, 4 and
10 for $30 each.
On motion warrant was ordered
drawn on outstanding indebtedness
fund for $30 in favor of the Munroe &
Chambliss National Bank to retire in interest
terest interest coupon No. 6 on refund general
fund warrant No. 21.
On motion warrant was' ordered
drawn for $600 on Marion County
Guards fund in favor of H. A. Water-
man for uniforms.
On motion the board decided that
the districts could spend from road
funds for district Nos. 1, 2, 3 and 5,
$13,542 each, and district No. 4,
$10,417; and that air monies paid to
cities and towns shall be charged to
each district pro rata, and all monies
paid to bridge tenders, ferrymen and
all monies paid for upkeep of bridges
and ferrymen be pro rated as to the
districts.
On metion road bills for $800 of
district No. 1 be charged to district
No. 5, and road bills for $133 of dis district
trict district No. 1 be charged to district No.
4. .
Communication by Wm. F. Cocke,
commissioner of state road depart department,
ment, department, relative to acceptance of the
tender of $25,000 of federal aid to be
used on roads and a meeting to dis discuss
cuss discuss the question read and referred to
Commissioner Cam for attention.
Communication from H. Rensing of
Way, Ala., read and referred to Coun County
ty County Judge Smith for attention.
Telegram from N. A. Fort, saying
bill to issue interest bearing warrants
tc meet federal aid appropriation had
passed both houses, read and filed.
Tax Collector W. W. Stripling filed
report of regular and extra poll tax
receipts issued for November 1918,
which was read and -filed.
Report of sheriff to state auditor,
Nov. 30th, showing fines and costs
imposed in Marion county for Novem November,
ber, November, 1918, not approved.
Receipts from Bank of Dunnellon,
and Munroe & Chambliss National
Bank, depositories for school funds,
read and filed.
Application by M; Hollingsworth
(Concluded on Fourth Page)

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people will settle down and try to be
decent, perhaps their children will be
admitted to respectable society. Good
people are generally forgiving; some sometimes,'
times,' sometimes,' too much so.
SHE MUST HAVE THE-STAR
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given in Florida except for political
or personal reasons, we are afraid
Mr. .Mullady's appointment will be no
exception. However, while he may not
make matters any better, he will find
it difficult to make them worse.
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Whether it be constitutional or not,
the quart a month law is all to the
good. It gives a man all the way
from three weeks to twenty-seven
days to accumulate a thirst.
If there should come another flood
the modern Noah would use an air.
plane instead of a dove. Tampa Tri
bune. ;
'. A seaplane would be better.
' :. ...... ,.
Representative Glass took the job.
Twelve thousand dollars, a year looks
to a Southern man like enough to live
on. Times-Union.
f Isn't or wasn't McAdoo a South
'ern man? ? W.
A noted agnostic once asked, "Why
doesn't God kill the devil ? Carrying
the discussion to a consistent conclu
sion, the answer is that it wouldn't
be any use; that somebody would raise
the devil the next day. v
Our democratic president reached
Europe today, and is being given an
ovation compared to which the recep
tion ever before given any imperial
potentate would look like the parade
of a one-ring circus in a country
town. .' : i
It is announced that President Wil Wilson
son Wilson will call on the pope of Rome, on
Dec. 23. Will he carry a letter of in
troduction from Gov. Catts? Tampa
Times.
No;' but he will have to humbly beg
Catts' pardon when he returns to
America. ',
A daily' newspaper is being printed
on board the ship that is taking the
president to France. So there is some
use for George Creel after all.
Times-Union. '."
He isn't doing anything the manag
ing editor of the T.-U. couldn't do,
and it's a safe bet he isnt doing it
half as well.
About the best thing that can hap
pen to an office holder in these palmy
j v. i j m
office by the governor. He will have
a few months of leisure to go fishing
or otherwise, enjoy himself, with a
prospect of final reinstatement by the
legislature, with all back and unearn
ed pay made up to him. Catts sus suspends,
pends, suspends, the state pays. Tampa Times.
He is our great reformer.
The Tallahassee Democrat says that
when J. V. Burke was asked if ne had
anything to say now, he replied, "Eve "Every
ry "Every dog has his day. Maybe so, mayb
so; but he will have to admit that the
last fortnight belonged to the Catts r
Tampa Tribune. f
Burke would neyer have been able
to hold public office' if it hadn't been
for Catts. All he can consistently
remark is, "The lord hath given and
the lord hath taken away."
Mr. Burleson thinks the govern
ment ought to own the wires but if he
wishes to convince others he should
always 'deliver telegrams while ope operating
rating operating the wires quicker ; than the
time it would take a passenger to
travel betwen the sender and the re receiver.
ceiver. receiver. Times-Union.
Several other things Mr. Burleson
should do while he is about it. His
,. resignation would be of the most use
to the country. N
The Allies will exact from Germany
an indemnity of one hundred and
twenty billion dollars. A tremendous
amount. However, the war will cost
the United States not less than thirty
billion dollars, and our soldiers and
sailors did not commit murder or
rape or robbery or wantonly destroy
property. The war has rid Germany
of her autocracy, her military and
naval establishment, and now if her

Jacksonville, Dec.'ll, 1918.
Editor Star: My Star was so often
lost on account of trouble with a route
carrier after we moved from Route B
that I thought it useless to renew, but
the Weekly Star is like a visitor vfrom
home; I just can't give it up. The
carrier on Eoute A is doing better
now,, so am sending you $1.50 for a
year's renewal. Yours truly,
Sue E. Frink,
We are mighty glad to have Mrs.
Frink reading the Star again. The
friendship and allegiance of such good
people is the highest testimonial to
our work.

-FLO FLO"
So far as this town is concerned,
the people who press agent Flo Flo
make a mistake in their way of ad advertising
vertising advertising the play. While not coming
out and saying so, they create an im
pression that it is decidedly bold, and
while the theater-going world is so
used to glaring displays of the fem feminine
inine feminine form, and to songs and jokes
that border on (and often cross, the
border) indecency, that its shock
nerves, are atrophied, yet there are a
considerable number who will not go
to a performance if they suspect there
is something in it that may not be
discussed in polite society. There was
an impression out that Flo Flo was
oyer. the border, and it is our opinion
that the said impression, diminished
rather than increased the attendance.
,TIiose .who braved this impression
Were agreeably disappointed. sTher
is nothing shocking now about FI,
Flo tho fifty years ago the first act
would have caused a stampede to the
street in any American theater, and
the fact that any married man woula
have gone to see it alone would have
given his wife cause in any court for
divorce. But we have advanced-in half
a century and learned that true mod modesty
esty modesty is not always wrapped up in
clothes. Flo Flo is a bright and pret pretty
ty pretty play. There is nothing in it that
a lady may not look upon with ap approvalnothing
provalnothing approvalnothing that a pureminded
man (if there is such a person) may
not view, with equanimity. It is true
that the sight of a young lady in pub public
lic public arrayed entirely in her corset, her
er pantalettes, her shoes and
stockings, is somewhat unconvention unconventional,
al, unconventional, but even so" she is more modest
than when she prances forth attired
in a grasa mat and a string of beads
around her neck, or when she sings,
"Take off a little bit more," and suits
her actions to the words. Also there
was a-scene or two in which when the
fairies were in the spotlight there
waa not much left to the imagination,
but this was not any' more interest interesting
ing interesting than the parade on the streets
any warm summer afternoon, when a
man can stand in f some convenient
place where he can look westward.
We noticed that quite a number ok
the .married men present did not
bring their wives. In this they made
a mistake, for in our opinion the dis display
play display of lingerie was very gratifying
to any matron of good taste. It
might ihave been, more so, tho', to a
bride-to-be, planning her trousseau. It
wa some lingerie, all right; .we .rather
admired it ourself, and, so far as we
were able to judge, it was modestly
displayed. .WeVrejoice to jknow that
the great' American public is getting
rid of its primeval ideas of modesty,
first impressed on it by the pilgrim
fathers, whose lady friends were com
pellfed by the climate to wrap up in
about fourteen pounds of rag carpet,
with an extra trimming of a bearskin
on a "chilly : day. -They inoculated
themselves with the idea that human
nature, wasnt human nature as long
as it was covered up, and while they
have pretty, c well disabused them themselves
selves themselves of that error around Plymouth
Bock it yet clings to some other parts
of the country.
There is good acting, good music,
considerable humor and much grace grace-fist
fist grace-fist motion in Flo Flo. '- All the girls
are. pretty on the stage, and look fair fairly
ly fairly well off of it. When Jack Norton
and ; Joe J!lvy. .came on,v we thought
they were surely Potash and Perl Perl-mutter.
mutter. Perl-mutter. r.Tom Gordon was a pretty
fair imitation of a good boy from the
sticks,, hut John Ross and Andy Fran Francis
cis Francis as .Pink .and .Mudd are certainly
the stars of the cast. Cordelia Haager
plays Flo Flo,; who is looking for
fame and fortune, and as long as she
hangs iOn tp her face and her shape
she has a more than average .share of
both.; ; The shop girls, displaying the
goods., of the "Bride Shop," gave
Ocala a fair idea of a most important
division of ,a New York department
store, .-which is the greatest show any
woman wants to see. The music is
good; there is no voice of extra ability,
but. there is a pleasing total.
In short. Flo Flo is a play of con
siderable merit, and jf it makes a re return
turn return -date ; in Ocala everybody who
didn't go this time will se it the next.
Ther. was a big gallery attendance,
but the lower floor was not more than
two-third filled. A good many peo
ple caxae in from the country, some
from far away as Inverness and
Leesbur?, -while.' points inside the
county trere well represented.
Bev. J. Ilullady of Hampton has
been made -temporary .superintendent
of the reform -school at Marianna. We
don't know who Mr. Mullady is, a
good -man, probably; but he should
not have the office unless he has had
experience in managing such an insti

Surgeon General Blue of the public
health service warns the American
people that there is yet much influen influenza
za influenza in the country and that they should
not relax their vigilance. His advice
i3 particularly applicable to Florida,
into which state many cases of the
disease have been brought in the last
few weeks. There is more influenza
in some Florida towns than during
the "epidemic" two months ago. Eve Everybody
rybody Everybody should be careful.
COLLECTING FOR THE KIDS

Official Solicitors for the Woman's
Division of the Children's
y,Home Society Campaign
Mrs. Harry Holcomb, Mrs. Jack
Camp, Mrs. C. R.Tydings, Mrs. E. G.
Peek, Mrs. Emily B. Green, Mrs. E.
Van Hood, Mrs. L. E. Yonce, Mrs. Ed
Carmichael, Miss Mamie Taylor, Miss
Anna McDowell.
These ladies will endeavor to cover
Ocala during the week of Dec. 8th 8th-14th,
14th, 8th-14th, but it often happens that some
are out when called upon, and as we
are sure every; woman is interested
and wants to have a part in maintain maintaining
ing maintaining Florida's greatest charity, we
have asked Mrs. E. C. Bennett, at the
Temple theater, to receive contribu contributions
tions contributions from anyone who has not been
seen by the solicitors.
We present this work to you, feel feeling
ing feeling comfident of your hearty re response.
sponse. response. -Your war savings .stamps
were bought for freedom's sake, now
let them serve for mercy's sake. Eve Every
ry Every W. S. S. given means $5 to the
Children's Home' Society, as the 'At 'Atlantic
lantic 'Atlantic National Bank has agreed to
receive them at full value. Remember:
Theexpenses of the salaried workers
of the Children's Home Society hav
always been paid by the directors, and
the expenses of this campaign are
borne by the directors with personal
contributions, so that every dollar
you give means 100 per cent service
to Florida's helpless, homeless,
friendless children.
We have responded wonderfully to
the call for help for' the unfortunate
children overseas. Can we do less for
those within our own gates?
Mrs.. William Hocker,
Chairman for Marion County Wom-
an's Division, Children's Home
.Society Campaign.
TO AVOID AIID
RELIEVE IIIFLUENZA
(By Dr. Franklin Duane) ;
Many people have been frightened
by what they have read or heard of
influenza. The more you fear the dis?
ease, the surer you are to get it. As
the disease is spread principally by
contact thru sneezing coughing or
spitting, many health authorities have
advised that everyone wear a gauze,
which is daily washed and saturated
with a one to five hundred solution of
zinc sulphate in water, and then dried
before wearing over the the nose and
mouth. You should avoid crowds, com common
mon common drinking cups and public towels.
Keep your strength up by taking lots
of exercise in the dpen air and plenty
of nourishing food.
If you have any of such symptoms
as chilliness, nasal obstructions, flush flushed
ed flushed face, headache; feveiishness, rest restlessness,
lessness, restlessness, weakness or an irritating
cough, give up your work at once and
go to bed. This will save your
strength to help overcome the disease.
Put your feet in hot water for fifteen
minutes. Thoroughly loosen the bow bowels
els bowels with some such mild and non non-irritating
irritating non-irritating physic as Dr. Pierce's Pleas Pleasant
ant Pleasant Pellets. Drink principally of hot
lemonade and then cover up with
plenty of clothes in bed so as to get a
good sweat. When sweating is free
and the fever reduced take a dose of
two Anuric Tablets every four hours,
followed by drinking at least a glass
or two of hot water. AnuriSTablets
help quickly to relieve the soreness of
the muscles and bones from which
most patients complain and help the
kidneys flush out the poisons.
To relieve nasal obstructions and
excessive discharge from the noise,
probably nothing is better than a
mild, soothing, antiseptic wash as Dr.
Sage's Catarrh Remedy. It will give
great relief. Employed as a gargle,
in same strength as made up for use
in the nose, and as hot as can be
borne, it quickly arrests soreness and
dryness in the throat.
Influenza weakens the patient's re resistance
sistance resistance to disease, so that there is
danger of bronchitis and pneumonia
developing. To combat this tendency
and fortify the patient's strength in insist
sist insist that he keep in bed at least two
days. Probably nothing will at this
stage hasten the recovery and
strengthen the patient more than an
iron-tonic tablet called "Irontic" or
that well known herbal tonic, Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery,
which has been used by thousands in
the past two generations. Adv. 4
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QCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
. Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each xnonh in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Claire Moremen, N.G.
Eloise Bouvier. Secretary. -J ;
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F & A. j
M., meets on the first and thira
Thursday evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock until further notice.
Stephen Jewett, W. M.
R. A. M. CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, li. A. M on the first
Friday in every month at 7:30 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
'Jake Brown, Secretary.
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. R P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. '286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, mets
the second rand fourth Tuesday eve-
nings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffice, east side.
C. W, Hunter, E. R.
,E. J. Crook, Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held, every Monday evening at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the G. C.
Greene Co. drugstore. A cordial wel welcome
come welcome to visiting brothers.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, K. of R St, S.
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 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
L. H. Pillans, N. G.
M. M. Little, Secretary.
; ORDER OF, EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter No. 1 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Alice Yonce, W. M.
. Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every sec second
ond second and fourth Friday. Viisting sov sovereigns
ereigns sovereigns are always welcome.
P. W. Whitesides, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk.
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Tonic in influenza cases, either, as a
remedy or preventative. Mad&vbnly
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Souls are built as temples are
Sunken deep, unseen, unknown,
Lies the sure foundation stone,
Then the courses framed to bear
Lift the cloisters pillared fair.
La3t of all the airy spire,
Soaring heavenward, higher and
higher.
Souls are built as temples are
Based on truth's eternal law.
Sure and steadfast, without, flaw,
Through the sunshine, through the
snows.
Up and on the building goes;
Every fair thing finds its place,
Every hard thing lends a grace,
Every hand may make or mar.
Get Ready for the Big Campaign
Yes, one more campaign and then
well be all through, at least for 1918,
and don't you think for one minute
that just because this- is the last and
we are asked for only $50,000, that
this is not an important campaign, for
it is. "; '
In fact, is there s- anything really
more important than that we are Flor Flor-idians
idians Flor-idians citizens of this glorious state
should care for the absolutely home
less and helpless children right here
at our door? The $50,000 asked for
will meet all needs and close up the
1918 work free of debt an dprovide
for all 1919 needs.
The unique feature of this cam campaign
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Glace Cherries Glace Pineapple, Dried
Figs, Currants, Seeded Raisins, ,
. Citron, Shelled Jordan Alm Almonds,
onds, Almonds, Shelled Valencia
Almonds. New Nuts:
Almonds, Brazils,
Walnuts and
Pecans.

Bulk Mince Meat,, Bulk Dills, Bulk Sour
Cucumber Pickles, Bulk Chow Chow,
Bulk Sweet Relish, Fruit Cakes
lib. 21b. 2Ib. and 51b., Plum
Pudding Is, 2s and 3s.

CHEESE

McLaren's Welsh Rarebit, Deviled, Bu-lac-tic,
Nippy, Roquefort & American,
Imperial.

Kraft's all in tin-Pimento, Welsh Rarebit,
Camembert, Limburger, Chile, Roque Roquefort
fort Roquefort & American, Kraft.

Edam Cheese, Brick Cheese, Pineapple
Cheese, Imported Roquefort.

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TEAPOT

GROCERY

ly to come through donations of lib

erty bonds and war savings stamps,
one thousand citizens being asked toi

each give the society a $50 bond of
$500 citizens a $100 bond, an arrange arrangement
ment arrangement having been made to sell the
bonds in such a way as to still give
the government the use of the money.
Will you give up a bond to help save
some of these kiddies? You will still
be helping Uncle Sam and these kid kiddies,
dies, kiddies, too.
A New Venture f6r the Philathea
. Class -The
Philatheas led by their teacher,
Mrs. William Wrighton, held a most
interesting meeting at their claSi
rooms last evening. A physical cul culture
ture culture and singing class was organized,
Mrs. Wrighton conducting the culture
class and Miss Porter the class of
song. Miss Stone is the efficient
president of the class and leads in
general helpfulness. The main object
of this organization is helpfulness tt
others, and a greater efficiency for
themselves. In order to have this
their teacher realizes that this bod
of young women must become strong stronger
er stronger physically, mentally and spiritual spiritually,
ly, spiritually, which naturally will lead them to
become more efficient. Therf ore this
class has organized for Y. M. C, A.
work and for literary work and has
formed a tennis club and physical cul culture
ture culture class for pleasure and exercise.
Mrs. Wrighton who is most efficient
herself will 'lead the young ladies in
all these matters and she invites any
young people who are interested to
come and join this class in becoming
physically and spiritually healthy,
which will promote an enthusiasm
that will make them fit for spiritual
work. Something of this kind has
long been needed in Ocala, and is a

wise step taken at a most opportune
time and too much praise cannot be
given those who are giving of their
ability to this work.

"The
Fashion XI
Center" 11

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"The

Fashion
Center"

At the Lowest Prices of the Season. Now the
Dominant Gossip Feature of the Ladies
in the Community

To effect a quick reduction in our stock of women's suits, coat? and dress dresses
es dresses we have reduced prices. Remember that the garments offered are now
in style and fine quality. They are the same garments you have seen
and admired here earlier in the season. : : : : :

Birthday Party
' The home of Mr. and Mrs. J. W.
Tally oflt Oklawaha avenue was the
scene of a., very happy event Wednes

day afternoon, when their handsome
little son, Master Foy Tally, celebrate

ed his sixth birthday by inviting

about fifteen of his little friends to
come and assist him in commemorat

ing this important event. At an early

hour the merry little party assem assembled
bled assembled and enjoyed an afternoon of un unusual
usual unusual '.. pleasure, playing delightful
childhood games out upon the large
lawn. The happy little host was as

sisted in entertaining his guests by

his mother and teacher, Miss Collie
Clark. At twilight delicious refresh refreshments
ments refreshments were served after which the

guests were invited out upon the lawn;
where to their surprise and delight a

beautiful Christmas tree arrayed ii
all its glory with lovely decorations

had blossomed forth for the admiring
and extatic glances of the little folks.

A cute little Santa Claus was given

each guest as a souvenir of the party.

Enjoying this occasion with the host

and, little sister, rElizabeth, were Lu Lu-cileHorne,
cileHorne, Lu-cileHorne, Mary Peoples, Beth Har Har-riss,
riss, Har-riss, Margaret Chace, Mary' Green,
Dorothy Chapman, Catherine Judd,

Laurie Hampton, 7 Sylvan -i McElroy,

Clifton Hocker, H. M. Hampton Jr.,
Leslie Harris, Robert Cox, James Peo Peoples
ples Peoples and Dick Chace.

3 School of Instruction
A school of instruction will be held

Friday, Dec. 20th,1 in the Masonic hall I
1 -v-r-r T T f m

oy mrs. ,wra w), nams oi xampa,

grand matron of Florida, Order East

ern Star. Many distinguished visitors

will be present and the nearby, chap chapters
ters chapters will send representatives. The

school will be opened at 9:30 a. m.
and will occupy all day. In the eve evening
ning evening the grand matron will, pay her

official visit to the Ocala chapter and

the work will be exemplified for her
inspection. At the close of the eve evening
ning evening session an informal reception
will be held in the chapter room in

honor of Mrs. Harris.

''
Eastern Star Officers
A meeting of Ocala Chapter No. 29

Eastern Star, was held at its lodge

rooms last evening. The following of

ficers were elected: Worthy matron,
Mrs. Isabel Wesson: worthy patron,

Mr. C. E. Simmons; associate matron,

Mrs. Lillian Simmons; secretary, Mrs.
Susan Cook; treasurer, Mrs. Mary

Yonge. conductress, Mrs. Rosalie

Condon; associate conductress, Mrs.
Julia Weihe. The officers of 19l of
the chapter pledged $5 for the Chil Children's
dren's Children's Home Society in Jacksonville.

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Miss Myrta Wilson's many friends

in this city will be delighted to know

that she is expected here from her

home in Atlanta about the 20th for a

holiday visit to her parents.

Miss Ruby Edwards arrived in
Ocala Tuesday from the Randolph Randolph-Macon
Macon Randolph-Macon institute, for the holiday sea season,
son, season, and is being very warmly wel

comed by her hosts of young friends.

Jacksonville is being asked for $23, $23,-000
000 $23,-000 of the Children's Home $50,000
campaign, and 100 members of the
Rotary Club are doing the soliciting.
They put on a "tag" day recently,
that brought in over $2000 for this
work.
The fine cow that was recently sold
at auction in Jacksonville for the
Children's Home Society was the
property of the Munroe & Chambliss

stock farms, and the proceeds wert
donated jointly by Mr. Munroe and

Mr. Chambliss. Mr. Chambliss ex-

lained this carefully to the press re

Where all
Fashionable Women
Shop

No Alterations

Any Suit, Coat
or Dress

" Not the largest, but
"THE STORE"
. of Ocala

None Charged

consisting of georgette, satin, jersey, serge and crepe de chine dresses, Silver Silver-tone,
tone, Silver-tone, gabardine and serge suits and long coats in the newest; materials and
styles, These are values up, to $35.00. -. 5 i

Every Other Garment in the House f

3f Keduced ln rroportion

9 A wiwr PAnnitA UlniinA r-i 1 I a ii IVi I ir r V?Li Kit ssn

sidered by our fashionable patrons to be absolutely
the classiest line of Blouses in the city tf" R A R

ai an limes. uunug uiis saic ai... tr

EVERY CDILD'S COAT M THE HOUSE REDUCED
.
This is th
Sensible Xmas Gifts
Buy her any of the following useful

gifts that will be appreciated

Fur Pieces
Neckwear
Millinery
Blouses

Silk and Jersey Petticoats Bath Robes
Beautiful Lingerie Hosiery

' Gloves
Handkerchief Scarfs
Leather Bags
Sweaters

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Help the Poor Efiddies of Florda By ubscril
ing Liberally to the Fund fio tlic Florida i
Children's Home Society

Mr. Chambliss wants ; it understood

that Mr. Monroe is a joint contributor.

The gift was a splendid one, and
quite worthy of being shared.

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Club Meeting Postponed
There will be no meeting of thfc
Woman's Club Saturday afternoorii
This meeting has been postponed on

account of sickness in the homes of
the chairman and several of the mem-
1 A ft

Ders oi ine committee wno nave
charge of the afternoon program.
Mrs. George Taylor,
Recording Secretary.
Mrs. S. H. Blitch and daughter,
Mrs. Fernando Fant, with the dear
little twins, Leone and Leon, were in
Ocala yesterday afternoon, all looking
very happy over the arrival of Mr.
Landis Blitch from Camp Jackson, he
reaching Ocala yesterday afternoon.
While Mr. Blitch does not seem to
have gamed very much weight, he is
looking well, and is overjoyed to be
once more in old Marion. He was at
Camp Jackson three months and won
the grade of corporal.

P L E 1 ; ? ;
Have your La undriy ready
when our agent call. This
will help both yourself and
us. THANKS!

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munroe



OCALA, EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, DECEMBER 13, 1918

HEMSTITCHING!

My hemstitching machines have
been removed to the residence of Mrs.
Mary E. Williams, 15 Orange avenue,
corner Fifth street, where this work
wiirin future be attended to. Phone,
408.
ll-4t BESSIE RUTHERFORD.
PAINT DECORATE
We paint your signs, be they large
or small. This is the seasone to hav
your interior decorations renewed.
Paper hanging is our specialty.
11-tf SWAIM SIGN SYSTEM"
Have your Greetings Cards engrav engraved,
ed, engraved, giving them a touch of .individu .individuality.
ality. .individuality. See samples at THE SPEC SPECIALTY
IALTY SPECIALTY SHOP, A E. Gerig. tf
LIFE
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
v
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE
Today's worry is the
result of yesterday's
neglect. Have ; you
eyes fitted and avoid
future regrets.
1 Dr. K. J. Weihe Weihe-Eyesight
Eyesight Weihe-Eyesight Specialist
Graduate Optometrist ;
With Weihe Co., Jewelers. Ocala. Fla.
SALT FISH1
DIRECT FROM THE FISHING
BOATS TO YOU
DELICIOUS fresh caught SALTED
FISH, direot to the consumer by pre prepaid
paid prepaid parpef post or express, 15 pounds
for $2. Barrel shipments a specialty.
ST. GEORGE CO. INC.
ST. GEORGE ON THE GULF,
P. O. Apalachicbla; Florida.
YOU CALL A DOCTOR
Because
HE IS A GOOD DOCTOR
SEND DIS PRESCRIPTIONS J J
To The-
COURT PHARtlACY :
For the Same Reason
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Mclver ';& MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EHDALF.IERS
j PHONES 47. 104. 305
OCALA, FLORIDA
L ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

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Odd Pieces of

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EL-EPS
N. Magnolia Street.
OCALA,

ni

A special meeting of the Royal
Arch Masons will be held at their hall
at 7o'clock this evening.
. Those odd pieces of Ivory toilet
articles would be appreciated by her
for a holiday gift. -The Court Pharm Pharmacy,
acy, Pharmacy, south of the square. 13-tf
Onion, beet, lettuce and cbllara
plants now on sale at 20 cents per 100.
Bitting & Co., North Magnolia street,
phone 14. : 12-6t
A letter from T. D. Lancaster Jr.,
serving in the navy causes tha, pop popular
ular popular young man's friends to hope he
will soon be home.
Paper Drininng Cups, 25 to pack pack-age,
age, pack-age, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
' f "" """"""
Buy your CUT GLASS early for
holiday presents. We are now show showing
ing showing an elegant line. Tydings & Co.,
opposite Harrington Hotel. tf
The most complete line oBABY
CAPS in Ocala is now on display and
the prices are extremely reasonable.
Style Hat Shop, M. & C. Bank build building
ing building J 12t
D'Oliver Davis, the popular young
restaurant man, who has been in Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville all summer, is here for a brief
visit to his Ocala friends.
Paper Drinking Cupst 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
The most complete line of proprie proprietary'
tary' proprietary' remedies in Central Florida is
always to be found here. Tydings &
Co., druggists. Phone 30. tf
Just in, asplendid.selection of ladies'
stationery- (Crane's and Montag'sXin
a great variety of tints, at the Court
Pharmacy. 13-tf
Among the pleasant observers of
Flo Flo last night were Mrs. D. E.
Davidson, Mrs." J. B. Gaines and
others fronj Leesburg, Mrs. Robert
Vann and a party of eight from Dun Dun-nellon,
nellon, Dun-nellon, and Dr. Reeves and another
party from Inverhess. v
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.We are now showing a pretty line
of .Ladies' Handkerchiefs for Christ Christmas
mas Christmas presents. Style Hat Shop, M. &
C. Bank build-in g.?
12t
K A year's subscription for t a good
magazine makes a muclj appreciated
Christmas Gift. Leave your orders
with us. THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A.
E. Gerig. tf
; Miss Lois Bray has just received a
letter from her brother. Corporal
Marion Bray, with the First Pioneer
Infantry, which was on the western
front when 'the armistice was signed.
His letter was dated Nov. 15, four
days after that event. He was well
and hoping for some orders soon. He
had just seen Howard Hurst, Roscoe
Hilton, Levis Smith, Willie Hayes,
John Saunders and Laurie Benjamin,
all with him ex-members of Company
A, but transferred to other organiza organizations,
tions, organizations, and pronounced thm all well
and cheerful.
We have just received, special for
the holiday trade a pretty line of cut
glassware, vases water sets, rose5
bowls?" etc. The Court Pharmacy, tf-
.'. Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.

Are among the most attractive
as well as useful Christmas Gifts.
If you want an tfasy chair for
at Jier or mother, we have it. If
you want a small rocker or libra library
ry library chair for the young we folks,
have it too. TV Vs
' A Pretty
ART SQUARE RUG
OR GEWTR TABLE
Would be a most appreciated and
useful ) present for the wife, and
would carry out the general
scheme of conservation and econ

omy so strongly urged by the
government.
The Cold Wintry Winds Have Be Begun,
gun, Begun, and Your Thoughts Turn to
Warm, Cohfortable Blankets. We
have them in Great Profusion.

EKOSo
Opposite Ocala Nat'l Bank.
FLORIDA.

COUNTY COMMISSIONERS

(Concluded from First. Page)
for assistance read and referred to
Commissioner Cam.
Letter from Wm. F. Cocke, com commissioner,
missioner, commissioner, relative embargo on build building
ing building material being' raised, read and
filed.
Letter from Ernest Amos, comp comptroller,
troller, comptroller, relative license, taxes, etc.,
read and filed. f
Letter from Ernest Amos, comp comptroller,
troller, comptroller, relative county and county
school depositories, etc., read and
filed with copy of agreement of the
surety company bond copy.
Communications from the JStrande
LMak-a-Tractor Company and the state
tax commission read and filed.
Receipt by J. S. Blitch, superin superintendent
tendent superintendent state farm, for George John Johnson,
son, Johnson, read and filed.
Communications from W. A. Mc Mc-Rae,'
Rae,' Mc-Rae,' commissioner of agriculture, rel relative
ative relative lagrippe; from the board of
commissioners of state institutions,
relative payment of rewards for es
caped convicts; from Farmers' Na
tional Congress; from Florida State
Auto Association, and from McGehee
& Vogt, with prices of tractor, read
and filed. """"
Report of licenses issued by tax
collector for November, 1918, show showing
ing showing $590 collector for state and $310
for county,5 read and filed.
Communication from W. A. McRae,
relative to furnishing additional men,
read and filed.
Bond for license to carry pistol by
J. W. Hood, with W. W. Stripling and
R. E. Yonge, sureties, read and ap approved.
proved. approved. Copies of leases sent J. H. Secki-n
ger, F. W. Bishop, Lee L. Priest, L. L.
Home, Mrs. M. Home, Florida Land
Co., Dutton Phosphate Co., for execu execution
tion execution covering dipping vat locations,
read and filed. Lease by Henderson
Bros for dipping vat location proper properly
ly properly executed, read and filed. v
Plans and specifications for dipping
vats filed by Mr. T. M. McLean.
It was. ordered that board advertise
forbids to construe 53 dipping vats
according to specifications and loca locations
tions locations to be furnished by Mr. T. M.
McLean.
Reports of inspector of marks and
brands for districts Nos. 120 and 31,
read and filed.
Reports of justices of peace show
ing -fines and costs imposed for No November,
vember, November, filed by justices of peace for
districts Nos. 2, 3, 16 and 19.
Reports of T. M. McLean, state
live stock inspector, and H. Black Black-bum,
bum, Black-bum, county demonstration agent,
read "and filed.
All bills approved and audited or ordered
dered ordered paid.
Board issued warrants as follows:
Agricultural fund, Nos. 689 to 692,
inclusive, $343.33; general fund, Nos.
7166 to 7415. inclusive. 23639.49: mail
and bridge fund, Nos. 8684 to 8886,'
inclusive, $4240.05; road fund, U. S.
appf opriation, Nos. 456 fo 477, in inclusive,
clusive, inclusive, $387.89; .fine and forfeiture
fund, Nos. 6195 to 6201, inclusive,
$189.60; Marion County Guards fund,
No. 972, $600; outstanding indebted indebted-nes
nes indebted-nes fund, Nos. 67 to 73, inclusive, $9, $9,-833.99.
833.99. $9,-833.99. Ther being no further business,
the board adjourned.
- W. D. Cam, Chairman.
Attest: P. H. Nugent, Clerk.
What They Asked rfim. y
There is one man in town who ia
tired of hearing the name of a small
car of popular make. His name Is L.
G. (Baron) Rothschild. It all hap happened
pened happened like this : On Monday .morning
the baron, in his haste to jget to the
Jewett inauguration, as some say, slip
ped on the sidewalk and broke a bona
in his wrist and tore loose two Iiga
ments in his right hand. He has since
been carrying the hand around In a
plaster cast. Since' then, whether in
the club or on the street, nine ac acquaintances
quaintances acquaintances out of ten asked him the
question; "Were you cranking a
(name deleted to avoid giving free ad ad-vertlslng).
vertlslng). ad-vertlslng). Indianapolis News
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
RATES: Six line maximum, one
time 25c: three times 50c; six times
75c; one month J3. Payable in advance.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOB
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST Black purge between Ocala
and the Kirby farm Wednesday night.
Contains four one-dollar bills and two
50-cent pieces. Finder return to Star
office or to Helvens ton's store. Helen
Hardee. 12-3t
PERSONAL NOTICE If the party
who sent me the, anonymous letter
will call at my place of business it
will be absolutely confidential. Bring
this notice., J. E. Allemand, N. Main,
Ocala, Fla. 12-3t
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED
I sharpen all makes of safety razor
blades. All hair tested. Durham Durham-Duplex
Duplex Durham-Duplex doz. 50c; other double-edge
$35c; single-edge, 25c. -T. C. Peacock,
707 Franklin St., Tampa, Fla. 9-lm6
RAGS WANTED At once. Cotton
rags; table or bed linen, underwear,
etc. No sewing room scraps. Must be
well laundered. The Star office, tf
Accurate and prompt prescription
service is always at your command
here. Ask your doctor. Tydings &
Co., druggists. Phone 30. tf

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(Continued from Third Page)
Miss Maq Stein, who is spending
the winter in Washington, has recent recently
ly recently been the guest of Miss Musie Bul Bullock
lock Bullock in New York city.
The business and social meeting of
the Friedship Society, which was to
have been held at the home of MrswL.
N. Green this evening, has. been post postponed.
poned. postponed. Carlyle Blackwell and Evelyn Gree Greeley
ley Greeley in "Hitting the Trail," will be the
feature at the Temple this evening.
The names ofthis couple always go
with first-rate pictures. The Pathe
News will also be shown.
We are pleased to note that Mrs. 1.
W. Troxler is improving, although
slowly, and we sincerely trust that
she will soon be able to resume her
place where we kpow she is so great greatly
ly greatly missed.
m m
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Smith and
daughter, Eva and Mr. and Mrs.
Robinson and daughter, Mary were
among the representative people
from Mcintosh yesterday interview interviewing
ing interviewing Santa Claus and remaining ovei
for the play at the Temple.
Mrs. J. M. Thompson has as he
guest for the winter Mr. and Mrs.
Cole of Indiana. Mr. Cole will be
pleasantly remembered here, having
spent one winter at the residence, of
Mrs. Thompson eight years ago, and
is back in the land of sunshine, re renewing
newing renewing old acquaintances.
Mrs. Harry Whittington was nold nold-ing
ing nold-ing quite a little reception up town
yesterday afternoon. Her friends were
indeed glad to see her out again aft after
er after her recent severe affliction. Mrs.
Whittington still has her eye band bandaged,
aged, bandaged, but will soon be freed pm It,
with the happy knowledge fnat her
sight is not destroyed.
."..
, Mr. and Mrs. Drais and brother,
who have been most pleasantly domi domiciled
ciled domiciled at the residence of Mrs. J. M.
Thompson on Fort King avenue, had
expected- to spend the entire winter
here, but business affairs unexpected unexpectedly
ly unexpectedly recalled them to the north. They
we$e greatly charmed with Florida,
and especially' this little nty, and
hope to return often to enjoy the
balmy, climate 'and other attractions.
After a pleasant furlough of several
days which Mr. Sam Burford has
spent with his parents, Mr. and Mrs.
R. A. Burford in this city, he return returned
ed returned yesterday to his vessel which is a
large destroyer Mr. Burford has
become an' experienced sailor, having
been across four lime, during, convoy
duty, and during which time he has
been to North Ireland, south of Eng England
land England and the Azores Islands.
The solicitors, men and women, are
busy with the Children's Home So Society
ciety Society campaign. It should be under understood
stood understood that if this campaign is suc successful,
cessful, successful, it will cover air of next year's
expense, so if you have already con contributed
tributed contributed this year, make your pledge
for next and let it go in now. Leon
county wentrover the top with her
quota the first week in December. We
hope to announce the same for Mar Marion
ion Marion at the end of this week. ;
Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Bullock
have the sympathy of all their friends
in the fact that for the past few days
their home has been converted into a
veritable hospital their four children,
Albert, Mildred, Clifford and Carlos,
all having been quite 111 since last
Eriday. However, after the careful
nursing of their 'mother, the children
are all somewhat improved today, and
we trust ere long sunshine will again
pervade this home, now darkened by
the shadows of sickness1.
Recent letters received by the fam family
ily family from Miss Musie Bullock in New
York, are filled to the brim with en enthusiasm
thusiasm enthusiasm and the very joy of living
in the world of music which she so
loves, and-n which she is accomplish accomplishing
ing accomplishing all that her parents could hope
for. Miss Bullock recently had a visit
from her old schoolmate, Mr. Wallace
Davis. He is energetically devoting
himself to duty and is on one of the
boats .appointed to convoy the presi president
dent president across the ocean, of which Wal Wallace
lace Wallace was extremely proud.
The friends of Marshall Bouvier
will deeply regret to leam that he
has been very ill in New York city,
having had two operations on his
throat, the trouble being contracted
while working on a sub chaser. He
is better at this time and has applied
for his discharge, having reported for
duty last Monday and hopes to be
home by Christmas. Mrs. Bouvier
had hoped her younger son, John
would also be able to spend Christ Christmas
mas Christmas with her, but he writes that he
fears this will be an impossibility.
Such disappointments are hard to
bear but are the common lot of all
mothers in these unusual times.-
For expert piano tuner phone 427
A large line of Thermos bottles, J
pints, quarts and carafes. We always
keep a supply of fille
The Court Pharmacy,
W. K. Lane, M.
Surgeon, specialist
Throat, Law Libr
Florida.

for qiT ntf--

MAKE THIS A HOTPOINT XMAS!
What more useful, as well as ornamental Christmas present can you
think of 'than a pretty f-
ELECTRICAL APPLIANCE
for a friend. We have many articles, such as Toasters, Ovenettes,
Percolators, Grills, Lamps, Fans, Immersion Heaters, "Comfo" Pads,
Sewing Machine Alotors and Electrical Decorations for the Christmas
Tree. And the prices are' remarkably reasonable.
II. MMSHALL,

Plumbing and Electrical Contractor
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GIVE THANKS'

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And;T our Country Tor the Glory
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JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

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

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RT M. MEYER,
Manager.

14 West Fort Iving Avenue

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our tires and impsove their riding
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charge is moderate and frequently
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BLAIOCK BROTHERS
1 07 Oklawaha Avenue
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J. E. KAVANAUGII
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