The Ocala evening star

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

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

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Weather forecast: Fair north, prob probably
ably probably local rain central and south por portion
tion portion tonight and Wednesday, colder
tonight. ...
OGALA, FLORIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1918.
VOL. 25, !0; 30.;
PARIS DEFERS TO
THE PRESIDENT
CHRISTMAS EVE
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RED CROSS ROLL CALL MAY EN ENLIST
LIST ENLIST TWENTY MILLION
MEMBERS
WITH TRUE FRENCH COURTESY,
THE PEOPLE OBSERVE
HIS WISHES
Believes He Can Capture the Demo Democratic
cratic Democratic Presidential Nomi Nomination
nation Nomination in 1920
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Will Have a Christmas Visit
from President Wilson

Paris, Monday, Dec. 23. President
Wilson's plans for visiting" the Am American
erican American army headquarters at Chau Chau-mont
mont Chau-mont and then proceed to England
are now complete. He leages Paris
late tomorrow night, and will not re return
turn return until New Year's day. President
Wilson insists on taking Christmas
dinner with the-troops and eating
fiom a mess kit, with the soldiers
about him. He will have a formal
dinner s with General Pershing and
other officers later. After reviewing
the troops, the president will deliver
an address.
CITED FOR BRAVERY
Paris, Dec. 24. The names of 165
American soldiers, cited for bravery
in the fighting of Oct. 3rd to 10th at
St. Etienne, Blanc Mont and Medah
Farm in the Champagne sector, are
printed in the Journal as official.
BUSHELS OF GOOD THINGS FOR
THE BOYS
Coblenz, Sunday, Dec. 22. Santa
Claus from across the Atlantic has
brought American soldiers beyond the
Rhine large quantities of sweets and
various luxuries and holiday gifts for
the first Christmas in Germany of the
r, American array oi occupation.
JvPackages began arriving several
days ago in carload lots" and are be being
ing being distributed' rapidly among the
eight divisions within the occupied
area. iThe quartermaster's depart department
ment department and American Red Cross have
been provided with thirty carloads of
chocolate and stick candy.
PERSHING SLEPT IN THE FEUD FEUDAL
AL FEUDAL CASTLE
With the American Army of Occu Occupation,
pation, Occupation, Sunday, Dec. 22. General
Pershing, commander-in-chief of the
American forces, slept in a castle on
the east bank of the Rhine Saturday
night as the guest of Major General
Ilines, corps commander, with head headquarters
quarters headquarters at Neuwied. Gen. Pershing
crossed the Rhine over the pontoon
bridge at Coblenz, after having en entertained
tertained entertained the newspaper correspond correspondents
ents correspondents at dinenr. His private train re returning
turning returning to Coblenz, he left by special
train Sunday night for Chaumont, via
Treves, Luxemburg and Verdun.
ORANGE TREES
Pineapple variety of citrus only,
budded on sour stocks. Not less than
one hundred sold. P. H. Nugent, tf
The nicest line of Holiday Station Stationery
ery Stationery that we have ever shown is now
at your disposal at Gerig's Drag
Store. ti
A large line of Thermos t bottles,
pints, quarts and carafes. We always
keep a supply of fillers for all sizes.
The Court Pharmacy. 13-tf
, 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
"Doughboys" Are American
Soldiers, Despite Position
, They May Hold in the Army
"A 'doughboy,' says Stars and
Stripes, official paper of the "A. E. F
"is an American soldier, any Ameri American
can American soldier, Infantryman, artilleryman
' medical department, signal corps
sharps, officers and men alike, all are
called doughboys. Our cartoonist is
one, so Is General Pershing."
The term "doughboys" dates back
to the Civil war when army wit was
aroused by large globular brass but buttons
tons buttons on Infantry uniforms. Somebody
(he must have been a sailor) dubbed
the buttons "doughboys" because they
reminded him of the boiled dumplings
of raised dough served in ships' messes
and known ta all sailors as doughboys.
Originally it referred only to an en
listed Infantryman, but the A. E. F.
applies It to all branches and all
grades of the service.
Interesting Facts.
Paper matches are built Into
a new paper box for cigarettes.
By moving a single lever a
new automobile body Is convert converted
ed converted Into an open car or a two two-seated
seated two-seated vehicle.
. .An electric heater has been
Invented to prevent moisture col collecting
lecting collecting on an automobile wind-
Eight of the olive trees in the
v historic Garden of Olives In J
s re than one thou-

BRINGING HOME THE BOYS

Nearly Eight Thousand Arrived in
the Last Two Days
(Associated Press)
New York, Dec. 24. Bringing
more than 3800 American soldiers
home from France, the French liner
ranee reached here today. Among
the soldiers were 1700 wounded.
WITH HOME PENNANTS FLYING
New York, Dec. 24. Steaming
dome from participation in the blood-
ess allied victory over the German
armada, America's overseas battle
fleet of nine super-dreadnaughts,
with the Connecticut as the flagship
of Admiral Mayo as escort, will ar
rive m New York harbor just in time
to lead the great pace review by Sec Secretary
retary Secretary Daniels Thursday morning.
IUNS SEE WHERE THEY
CAN MAKE A BIG HAUL
(Associated Press)
Basel, Dec. 24. The seizure of the
property of the Prussian royal fam family,
ily, family, the Hohenzollerns, will produce
immediately nine hundred million
marks, it is estimated.
TEMPLE ATTRACTIONS
FOR THE WEEK
Shows begin 3:30, 7 and 8:20 p. m.
Today: Enid Bennett in "The
Biggest Show." .v : .-
Thursday: Charles Ray in "A Nine
O'Clock Town."
LOOSE-LEAF ALBUMS
We have a pretty line of Loose-
Eeaf Albums for Kodaks, post cards
and scrap books. They are beautiful-
y ,bound in various colored leathers
and canvas. They are invaluable as
hey can be constantly added to, and
hus their usefulness is unlimited.
THE BOOK SHOP, Ocala. 3t
We have just receivedspecial for
the holiday trade a pretty line of cut
glassware, vases, water sets, rose
bowls, etc. The Court Pharmacy, tf
Buy your CUT GLASS earlv for
holiday presents. We are now show
ing an elegant line. Tydings & Co.,
opposite Harrington Hotel. tf
A year's subscription for a good
magazine makes a much appreciated
Christmas Gift. Leave your orders
with us. THE SPECIALTY SHOP, A.
', A.
tf
uerig.
if..-. '.-wk---

(Associated .Press)
Washington, Dec. 24. Approxi Approximately
mately Approximately fourteen million members
had been enrolled by 60 per cent of
the chapters of the country when the
American Red Cross roll call ended
last night, according to reports re received
ceived received at headquarters here. If the
same ratio is maintained the enroll enrollment
ment enrollment will exceed twenty millions. Bad
weather and influenza have so handi handicapped
capped handicapped the roll call in many sections
of the country that some chapters
have decided to continue the cam campaign
paign campaign through Christmas eve, altho'

jit officially ended last night.
COLD WAVE COMING
Several Big Northern Cities Already
Shrouded in Snow
(Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. -24. The storm
which started in the western gulf
region yesterday and manifesting it itself
self itself in snow along the way, is gen general
eral general in south Chicago today. Trains
and street car traffic is delayed at
many points, particularly in Chicago,
and Kansas City. It is reported a
cold wave is following the storm.
CHRISTMAS SERVICES
Grace Episcopal Church
7:30 a. m. Holy communion.
' 10:30 a. m. Christmas service with
sermon and holy communion.
All Christian people who have no
services of their own on Christmas
day are cordially invited.
CLARENCE MEFFERT'S
CHRISTMAS CABLEGRAM
Pin, Chatillons Seine 10.
Evening Star, Ocala, Fla.:
Greetings to my friends.
. Clarence Meffert.
Greetings right back at you, Clar Clarence,
ence, Clarence, from your friends, .whose name
is Legion.
FORT KING
Fort King, Dec. 24. Miss Lelia
Creighton, who is teacher of the
school here, left Saturday to visit
relatives in Live Oak during the .holi .holidays.
days. .holidays. Mr. 'and Mrs. Joe Hunter have sold
their farm here and moved to Ocala!
until they can move to Jacksonville.
Mrs. R. D. Hewitt and children
have returned from Tampa, where
they visited the former's mother. I
We are glad to say that Miss Janie
Clayton, who was so sick, is well
again.
Mrs. J. A. Getford and children of
Eustis visited Mr. and Mrs. W. J.
Younge Saturday and Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Simmons have
moved to Ocala and bouglit the Am American
erican American Fruit Store. We all wish for
them much success in their new
business.
A letter has' been received here
since the armistice was signed from
Private Fred Neil, in France. He
says it won't be long before he is in
'America again.

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(Associated Press)
Paris, Dec. 24. President Wilson
visited Premier Clemenceau this
morning. After ten days of enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic demonstrations in his honor,
Parisians have become accustomed to
the presence of President Wilson, and
continue to follow his movements with
respectful deference to his wish to be
able to move about town without pro provoking
voking provoking a crush everywhere he goes.
SUNS ARE SLOW
Paris, Dec. 24. The Germans have
not completely complied with the
clause in the armistice providing for
the delivery of all submarines, ac according
cording according to the Matin. The newspaper
points out particularly in this connec connection
tion connection of the presence at Trondhjem, on
the Norwegian coast, of the subma submarine
rine submarine cruiser U-157.
SUDDENLY CALLED AWAY
Paris, Dec. 24. William G. Sharp,
American ambassador to France, has
been unexpectedly called to America
by the serious illness of his brother,
and leaves tonight. Robert Woods
Bliss, counsellor at the embassy," will
be in charge during Mr. Sharp's ab-
HAD TO LEAVE
Paris, Dec. 24. Paul Milukoff, the
former Russian foreign minister, who
was accused last July of German German-Oppile
Oppile German-Oppile leanings, has been oblived to
leave Paris, according to the Matin.
His presence here was believed to be
unnecessary.
DISTINGUISHED SCHOLAR DEAD

(Associated Press)
Orlando, Fla., Dec. 24. Henry
Mitchell M'Cracken, chancellor emeri emeritus
tus emeritus of New York University, died in
the hospital here todays He was 78
years of age.
...
OCALA'S DREAMS
I dreamt the Yanks had settled down
And built me like Miami and St.
Pete,
With fine hotels and dwellings
. All so beautiful and neat. J
I dreamt I had a fine canal
From me to the Silver Springs,
On it rowboats and launches
And freighters that brought good
things.
I dreamt my council all worked for
roe
, And always pulled together;
fo!tein dreamS WlU shoW t0
thee
My dreams are getting better.
I dreamt I got my electric power -Straight
from the Withlacoochee,
At two cents and a half per kilowatt,
And I welcomed thee, Master Yan Yankee.
kee. Yankee. Ocala.
COME IN AND MAKE YOUR
SELECTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS
PRTSENTS FROM OUR LARGE
STOCK OF SILVERWARE, CUT
GLASS AND OTHER NEW NOV-
ELTIES JUST IN. BURNETT, THE;
JEWELER. tf

(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 24. Friends of
Speaker Clark in Congress said to today
day today the speaker would be a candidate
for the presidential nomination in
1920.

CHRISTJIAS HOURS
AT THE POSTOFFICE
Christmas day the general delivery
and stamp windows will be open from
8 to 10 am. m. The city letter car carriers
riers carriers will make one delivery in the
morning. The rural carriers will
make a complete delivery. All mail
will be dispatched and boxed as usual.
R.F. Rogers, P. M.
TREASURY CERTIFICATES
WILL BE TAKEN FOR TAXES
( Special to the Star)
Jacksonville, Dec. 24. Instructions
have been received by Collector of
Internal Revenue James M. Cathcart
10 accept treasury ceruncates oi in indebtedness
debtedness indebtedness dated August 20, 1918,
maturing July 13, 1919, and series T,
dated November 7, 1918, maturing
March 15, 1919, at par, without in interest,
terest, interest, in payment of income and
profits taxes.
The department has advised the
collector that accrued interest on the
certificates will be paid separately
by the federal reserve bank to tax taxpayers
payers taxpayers upon deposit' by the collector
of the certificates accepted, showing
the date the tax was due and the
name and address of the taxpayer.
In line manner interim certificates
issued by the federal reserve banks
representing treasury certificates,
will be accepted in payment of in income
come income and profits taxes.
There was a big fire out in the west
nd just before daylight this morn
ing, the house once known as the
Melville Club, and all the furniture
in it, being burned. The firemen
went out, but as the fire""was not dis discovered
covered discovered until the roof "was falling in,
they were unable to do anything. On
the way out in the dim light, the
smaller fire truck, driven by the chief,
sideswiped one of Taylor Bros', log
wagons and sustained some damage.
The fault lay principally in the
lights, the truck being equipped with
dim, old-fashioned lamps which hard hardly
ly hardly let the driver see ten feet ahead.
" NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders of
the Mutual Mininer Company will be

held at the office of the company injviding a bonus of one month's pay to

1918. noon.
Geo. F. Armstrong, Pres.
Robt W. Groves, Sec'y.
December 17, 1918, Ocala, Fla. tus
CALL AND LOOK OVER THE
NEW LINE OF JEWELRY FOR
CHRISTMAS. PRESENTS. A. E.
BURNETT, THE JEWELER. tf
, Ji v
As usual Gerig's Drug tSore is dis
playing a very complete line of Ivory j
Pyralin ware. tf
By Courtesy of

Disbands Automatically "Old
the Army is Demobilized

Washington, Dec. 24. An opinion
from the judge advocate general's of office,
fice, office, approved by the secretary of
war, holds that officers and enlisted
men of the national guard will revert
to a civilian status when discharged
from the federal service. The effect
of the ruling practically is to wipe out
i r u i i
organized prior to the war.
SOME FAMOUS ORGANIZATIONS
MAY STAND
An opinion rendered by Brigadier Brigadier-General
General Brigadier-General Ansell points out that the
draft of a member of the national
guard into the federal- service abso-
j iuteiy discharges him from the mili-
tia, which includes the national
guard. Mustering out the men as
units without discharges may pre preserve
serve preserve the units and make reorganiza reorganization
tion reorganization unnecessary. This undoubtedly
will be sought insistently, particularly
in the case of famous guard organi organizations.
zations. organizations. EASIER ON ALIENS
Washington, Dec. 24. German en enemy
emy enemy aliens will be permitted to move
about, at will, excepting as to en entrance
trance entrance and departure from the Unit United
ed United States, beginning tomorrow, un under
der under an order issued by Attorney Gen General
eral General Gregory, published today. The
order will affect about half a million
German men and women.
HOUSE IS LATE
Washington, Dec 24. Having
passed the war revenue bill fixing
taxes for the next two years, the
Senate today began its Christmas re recess.
cess. recess. The House met to complete gen general
eral general debate on the rivers and harbors
bill and to approve a three-day recess,
a quorum not being present yesterday
when the proposal was brought up.
When the final-vote was taken at
10:40 o'clock last night, the Senate
had been in continuous session near
ly thirteen hours. Immediately after
the passage of the bill,' the Senate
began a holiday vacation under the
plan of three-day recesses until Jan January
uary January 2d. Absence of a quorum pre prevented
vented prevented the House from putting a
similar program into effect.
The Senate adopted the amendment
by Senator Trammell of Florida, pro
ably discharged from the army, navy
and marine corps after Nov. 11th.
Among the amendments adopted
was one by Sheppard of Texas, ex extending
tending extending the Reed law prohibiting the
shipment of intoxicants to dry terri territory
tory territory to the District of Columbia.
The revenue bill, which had been
before the Senate since December
12th, goes to conference with a formal
meeting of the Senate and House
managers planned to begin January
the Tunes-Union.

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2d, with a view to final enactment
into legislation next month.
The Senate conferes are Simmons,
of North Carolina; .Williams, f Mis Mississippi;
sissippi; Mississippi; Smith, of Georgia, demo democrats;
crats; democrats; Penrose, of Pennsylvania, and
Lodge, of Massachusetts, rtnubls-

cans.
ED DAVIS EXPERIENCES
The following;., lef
Davis of Arcadia, r
from L.!
cf?.ir."r.a
Parr of this city;
France, V
uear J"amily: I vou'thi.
I am dead by this t x.r. -urritir.n
for so long, but thank God I ara stil"
alive, even if I did come avsJfuliy near
getting it several times. 1 was hii?
by a piece of shrapnel ia p& arm,
It was nothing much, jist a; sligh".
scratch, and didn't even' have to go
to the hospital. I was also knocked
down and buried in the mud two
other times by shells, but am still
O. K. My home was destroyed. A
big shell made a direct hit on it ana
ruined evervthinc I lisd Knf5i'
V J w, W -.., ktf
'"J UOU JUSti TCiW UXiJ
was about a hundred yards away at
th timp cio Viif T IiaJ f. c
f. iiau (Uia VI SlUU-
venirs there. There wasn't a thins
left, so you can see how lucky X am.
What do you think of you? son not
changing clothes from the 26th of
September to the 30th if October?
Well that's a fact :
I could have written fs;ooner, but
honest, J didn't have the hearty None
of the .fellows could. We lost-,scr:3
awfully go64 fellows in this Xi:,
scrap. The whole business was '."thy
worst I have seen. yet;i someJJawf;"
sights. I am certainly f'ad itTjs t
oyer for a while. Wc-ai4ac in
nice little town now for a""Wt,
think a good one this time. k -"T"
I certainly owe a bunch of mail. 1
think .1 received a letter from ever;
one while I was up this time. Hear;
from Paul Kinsey the other lay.
also got the pictures -1 had mc!
sometime ago. How do you like ih :3
it off soon, so don't worrv. The fel
lows say I look like a frog (that's t
Frenchman). ; r ;
Will write more when we get est est-tied
tied est-tied here a little better. HopV yc.:
haven't been worried. .;;; ..
Love to all, as ever, yours,
. : '.
PAINT UP!
This is the time of year to' tri
en up your premises. We are ir r
tion to give you attractive -for
interior and exterior fecorati -tf
SWAIM SIGN, syste::.
NOTICE of ANIMALS IMPOU2ID:
To Whom it May Concern: '
This is to certify that I hav t"
day placed in the city pqJlvf;
lowing described animals 'W,
been found running at hege i i-the
the i-the corporate limits of the ff.
Ocala, contrary to the. ordinar...
said city: ,' ",
One red bull; swallowfork .oT
svallowfork and undebit fotherj
red steer, no mark; one' spotted" .
crop split and upper and underb;f
ear, crop split, upperbit and two ;
derbits other; one spotted yeaiKr
no mark.
The f-r-rs -t'Til, pi their ap.-r.t-
-r.-l c!2 .."t.. "": ''V-.': : -7 ..concern,- tr,
" :'7-l--" ''?th E-Imn!t er-
T- ' V-L'tSi anir-.-I h'
-. ..v:l.t"'---"
c 1, i 7 H :er.
herof, to-wit: On the 27th day r
cember, 1918, I will sell the sa
the highest and best' bidder, "sa;:
to take place between the fcs-rs 1
a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day t )
city pound in Ocala, Florida.
, S. C. 1L Then:---
Marshal City of 0x. ;
C. A. Holloway, Impounder. 1
, 1 i
We are showinsr a m&kl'
line of ,'tittle Gifts." BB-sskaSLr
them before purchasiBJT G l
THE SPECIALTY SHtopf

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6ALA, FLA.

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l-Ocala. Fla.. ostofflce aa
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sentatives representatives is quite a progressive
body, and will do its best to have
many state affairs considerably im improved
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Beginning on the first of January,

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scriptions can do so by paying an
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MARION COUNTY RED
CROSS MEMBERSHIP

The Skinner steam engine at the
city plant is running again, and
seems to be in better shape than when
it tried to resume operations a week
or more ago. The Harrisburg engine
will be in operation again in a day or

so, and then the city will be better

supplied with current than for a long

time. But it will not be able to fur

nish current to any considerable man

ufacturing enterprise, and it will not
be able to reduce its present very

high rates.

ke young soldier, Lieut. W.

rl) sends us from France

s cardj on which he has

The few copies of the

ve seen on this side were

weight in gold." We hope

lieutenant will, be reading

try day on this. side long

t Christmas.

Mrs.'. Roosevelt will let the
eir son Quentin rest in the

bund in France. A wise dev

an example that should be
y! other American fathers
rs. It is a glory to Amer-
many of her sons died to
ce, and France will never
r graves to be desecrated

ten.

in an. editor having an or
; as loner as he has friends.

Jtijne friend, George Pas Pas-ifered
ifered Pas-ifered into our sanctum
jaid a large sack-full of the
Jiges from his own grove o
I and then withdrew in his

Mrusive manner. Thanks,

May your .shadow never
, We ate so many oranges

tar last night that the juice

Jng out of our eyes when we

ir numoie coucn.

.Thomas says that "every
pendedr on battleships ls

nd there are many people

noticed that a warship is

ous with subs and airplanes
n the tiniest sub-chaser.

on. v ." 7". .... "
lue of Senator Thomas

a naval expert is detract-

y the fact that he never

p00 miles of a battleship
ny subs were in its viciinty.

ter O. Knight, of Tampa,
a Philadelphia, says that

Id shipyard, in which forty

Dllars of government money
was ione of the prin-
ons why Germany surren surren-Jxm.
Jxm. surren-Jxm. We would not dispute
'-t's veracity, but feel con-
remark that he is the
(little josher in American

Wend Will Gary, working
s(Y. M. C: A. for the boys in
Sends us a specially appro appro-Wistmas
Wistmas appro-Wistmas card. It bears the

'"hirom

material the woricrii

Roger G. 'Jones of Jacksonville.

formerly a member of Company A,
First Florida Infantry, was among
the American soldiers who swam the

Meuse in the face of the German fire,

one day in October. The Americans
crossed the Meuse at a point where

the natural defenses were so strong
that the Huns did not take the trou trouble
ble trouble to build fortifications, and the

victory at that point opened the way

to Sedan and the surrender.

Mrs. Ida Gates and son, Mr. Claude
Gates, leave today for Plant City,
where with Mr. and Mrs. E. P. Mar

tin and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Petteway

they will have a Christmas reunion.

Mr. and Mrs. J. Duncan' McDonald,

now in Palatka, send best Christmas

wishes to their Ocala friends, and
they may be sure their good will is

heartily reciprocated.
L

Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bridges and

Miss Jewell from Americus, Ga., send
Christmas greetings to their Ocala
friends, who hope to see them before

another Christmas.

We erred yesterday in referring
to Julius Brown as, a lieutenant,
when he is a captain. He has been
promoted so fast we could not keep

up with him.

Among the welcome Christmas re

minders is a pretty card from Mr.
and Mrs. Clifford Peabody, at Hemp

stead, L. I.

Mr. N. U. Kindt telephones that

the music store will be closed tomor

row. ; v

and jury of Orange county
rthed a little Marianna hor hor-J
J hor-J own in the unsanitary and
dition of its county home. It
Ihe beds filthy and full of
: the mattresses and bed cloth cloth-trracefully
trracefully cloth-trracefully dirty, plastering
.Ti?dows broken and parches
n n cirvgens. and the nouse
1 within68, a swill barrel
2 din vr& room window" and
;iscrev?ned, unsanitary and
they call such an insti insti-V."!
V."! insti-V."! Heaven save the
to be grossly mis mis-nce.
nce. mis-nce. Orange coun-

et busy. Tam-

, a little hell

knot watch

jal vitf-

hing

t

Sf Mar-tegisla-
Mon-

Aint nothin' that is so 'much fun
As when you got to bed at night
An' when you take yo stockin's off
You shoots yo' garters at de light.
But, geemuny! What ma does say!
. To see my pants on top de door,
An' blouse behind de picture dere,
Anmy new hat upon de floor!
Dooin' Wright.

00IIT HAVE THE "FLU"

Follow the- Suggestions Here and

Escape Serious 'Illness :

When you feel feverish or as if you

are taking cold, and you start sneez sneezing
ing sneezing and your nose begins1 to run, you

have surely got influenza germs work
ing in you and you should immediate

ly take a few doses of Dr. Williams'
No. 101 Tonic and escape a spell of

illness and loss of time in bed. It is
just what you need at that time and
it works wonderfully well and quick quickly,
ly, quickly, too. The quinine in it kills influ influenza
enza influenza germs without mercy. The iron
ingredient gives appetite and restores
your "pep." The magnesia' acts on the
liver and bowels, eliminating poison poisonous
ous poisonous gases and excretions and making
the body clean and wholesome. Dr.
Williams' No. 101 Tonic is a ready

ri-cription of a noted phy phy-Dr.
Dr. phy-Dr. G. B. Williams, oi
,jand has been extensive extensive-malaria,
malaria, extensive-malaria, grippe, cold,
vers. Get a bottle at once
,aking it and make your

self immune from the "flu." All drug druggists
gists druggists and drug dealers sell it or can
get it for you. 25c. and 50c. a bottle.
Refuse all substitutes. Adv. 1

The following names were added to
the Red Cross roll Saturday:
Rev. A. L. Prisoc, James M. Gil Gil-more,
more, Gil-more, J. K. Priest, Mrs. J. H. Knob Knob-lock,
lock, Knob-lock, S. T. Sistrunk, Miss Mattie Lou
Barineau, Dr. E. G. Peek, Mrs. E. G.
Peek, Miss Pari Forbes, W. M. Fin Fin-ley,
ley, Fin-ley, E. P. Townsend, John Fogle Fogle-strom,
strom, Fogle-strom, Mrs. George Williams Jr.,
Miss Oma Dilday, Mrs. Howard Wal Walters,
ters, Walters, C. G. Fraser, George Luff man,

L. Parrot, Ed. Morgan, Major W.

T. Anderson, F. L. Guerry, Miss Kate

Massie, Miss Mary S. Hampton, J. C.

Jackson, J. J. Jirash, T. M. Moore,

Mrs. T. M. Moore, Mrs. S. M. Hooper,

Eunice Marsh, Jack Williams, E. B
Weathers, Bessie Beach, E. H. Mar

tin, Mr. Marshall, Mr. Knoblock, Mrs.

M. F. Johnson, T. W. Troxler, J. R,

Blackiston, Mrs. J. T. Kirby, H.
Bans. Samuel T. Messick. E. L.

Booher, R. Bethlehem, Mrs. F. M

Mullino, Thelbert Mullino, G. W.

Griggs, Harrington Hall, S. R. Pyles,

Bessie Smith, Dr. E. Van Hood, R

Simmons, W. A. Hilton, Inez Collens,

Collie Clark, Susie M. Baxter, Mel

ville Little, Donnie Proctor, J. Harry

Holcomb, Joseph Manly, J. R. Moor-

head, Miss L. S. Smith, G. S. Wilson,
Miss Ethel H. Kirby, Dr. W. K. Lane,

Barney Spencer, Miss Minnie Living Livingston,
ston, Livingston, Mrs. E. H. Kemp, Mrs. J. W.
Hogan, J. G. Spurlin, W. R. Chalker,
Fannie E. Carr, I. N. Knoblock, A. C.
Price, G. C. Greene, T. C. Atkinson,
R. M. Hendry, Thomas Sexton, Agnes
Crago, A. N. Gallant, Miss Sue

Moore, Joe Smedley, Lottie Morrison,

Mrs. S. E. Frazier, Mrs. V. B. Potts,

James Badger, Mrs. R. B. Bullock,

Mr. Deas, C. A. Holloway, Mrs. M.

Fishel, Mack Taylor, Mrs. C. L. West,

David Gamble, W. A. Robinson, Jim

Pyles, E. T. Helvenston, Ella Mae
Rivers. Thelbert Troxler, W. C.

Crews, J. H. Holcomb, Reuben Bla

lock, Mrs. Jeon Conoley, Mrs. J. H.
Spencer, Miss Mamie Sue Spencer,

Pauline Collins, Cecil Clark, H. B
Baxter, Harry Holcomb Jr., C. H
Mathews.

GRAY HAIR BECOMES

H

AND

BEMIFUI

Try Grandmother's Old Favorite
Becipe of Sage Tea and
Sulphur.

Almost everyone knows that Sage Tea
and Sulphur, properly compounded,
brings back the natural color and lustre
to the hair when faded, streaked or
gray. Years ago the only way to get this
mixture was to make it at home, which
is mussy and troublesome.
Nowadays we simply ask at any drug
store for "Wyeth's Sage and Sulphur
Compound. You will get a large bottle
of this old time recipe improved by the
addition of other .ingredients for about
50 cents. Kverybody uses this prepara preparation
tion preparation now, because no one can possibly tell
that you darkened your hair, es it does
it so naturally and evenly. You dampen

I a sponge or soft brush with it and draw

rand at a time; by morning the gray
ir disappears, and after another appli-

WILL BE CLOSED CHRISTMAS

Our store will be closed all day on

December 25th.
20-3t Marion Hardware Co.

NOTICE

LOST Between Yonge's hall and
115 Monroe street, a copy of Knights
Templars prelate book. Leather cov

ered, size 3x7, No. 1668 in back of
same. Finder nlease return to A. E.

Burnett and receive reward. 12-17-6t

Just in, asplendid selection of ladies'

stationery (Crane's and Montag's) m
a great variety of tints, at the Court

Pharmacy. 13-ti

Big Reduction
In Millinery
Prices L
From 'now until Christ Christmas
mas Christmas we are offering our
entire stock of Hats v
Trimmed,
.,. Velours,
arid Felts
for Ladies, Misses and
Children at prices that
will be specially attract attractive
ive attractive to economical buyers.

Style
Hat Shop
M. & C. Bank Building
Ocala, Florida

CONVICTION OF THE EX-KAISER

A Forecast

- 4 fr4 '94 K 4 p-

DRUG SI
We dispense none but
pure drugs in our pre prescription
scription prescription .work. Ask
Your Doctor.
Quality and Prompt Service
Our Motto
COURT PHARMACY

mm9m9mmt

Make mother and
father real happy for

X-mas by having their

eyes properly fitted.

Dr. K. J. Weihe
; Eyesight Specialist
Graduate jOptometrist
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala. Fla

McIverS;IMacKay
UNDERTAKERS and E1LI0AIIIERS
PHONES 47. '104. 303
OCALA, FLORIDA

(Toronto Globe)
Few among those who demand that

the former emperor of Germany shall

be tried for the murder of the men,
women and children done to death on

land and sea by German soldiers, act acting
ing acting under his orders in defiance of the
laws of war and civilization, have

visualized the scene or even consid considered
ered considered where the trial should take
place. The Hon. Stephen Coleridge, a

son of the late Chief Justice Cole Coleridge,
ridge, Coleridge, has done both. In a very re remarkable
markable remarkable sketch in the New York
Tribune, entitled "The State Trial of
William Hohenzollern A Forecast,"
he stages the trial in Westminster

Hall upon-, the very spot where where-Charles
Charles where-Charles Stewart stood to answer to
the charge of levying war upon Par Parliament,
liament, Parliament, and from which he went out

the solitary and forlorn champion of

a lost cause," condemned: to aeatn.

Mr. Coleridge in this dramatic

sketch nuts into the -mouth of tht

attorney-general on the last day of

the trial of William Hohenzollern a

noble1 passage of oratory contrasting
the Stewart king with the latest
claimant of divine right. Charles

"fought with honor as a soldier
should, and died as only a gallant

gentleman can. No cruelty stained

his banners, no baseness tarnished
his sword" .... "But he that was

once emperor in Germany and king

of Prussia, and who now stands here
bef oro you, bears no resemblance to

that great gentleman, King Charles,
save that he has worn a crown. When

we recall the awful and unnumbered

horrors with which he has covered

this globe we can well doubt whethei

all history can furnish a parallel to

him. Here he stands, a claimant of

his divine right as a king, to be an
swerable for his actions and his man

dates only to God and his conscience."
The ; sixteen law lords and judges
who constitute the court set aside the

former, emperor's claim tha.t thej

have no authority to pass upon his
alleged crimes, and receive in silence

his declaration that "your robes and
ermine are your only titles to author authority,
ity, authority, and though your wigs may impart
to you a gravity of appearance they
cannot confer upon you even wisdom
and understanding, much less the

right to judge a king."

The former emperor is found guilty

of murder, and the lord chancellor in

passing sentence of death thus de

scribes the crimes for which sentence

is imposed:

"Frederick William Victor Albert
Hohenzollern, there is but one sen sentence
tence sentence known to the law of England
for a convicted murderer and a mur murdered
dered murdered you have been proven to be.
For the instigator of murder, the
cotnpasser of murder, the abettor of
murder, though he assign to others
the actual strokes that kill, is as
much, in law and in fact, a. murderer
as is the pliant instrument of his foul
intent. There is no atrocity that
your soldiers have not committed and

that you have not endorsed. Never
in any court, since there have been

courts, have such accumulated in

iamies been brought home to one

man.

"When by : your orders the Lusi

tania was sunk in midocean and inno

cent women- and little children were
left to struggle and drown in the

trampling waves, you applauded the
awful act anddirected. that a medal
should be struV to commemorate the

deed.'

"When the -iptain of one of your

submarines placed upon his deck the

captured crew of an unarmed merch
ant vessel that he had sunk, destroy

ed their boats, took from them their
lite-belts, carried them miles away

from' any floating wreckage, and then

projected them into the sea to drown,

you decorated the ruffian for his un
speakable cruelty.

"When gallant Fryatt, fulfilling

every duty a captain owes to his in
offensive crew and helpless passen

gers, turned the bows of his unarmed
packet boat upon the infamous

scoundrel in your abominable subma

rine who sought to murder them in

cold blood, he fell into your hands,

and, coward that you are, you wreak.

ed your vengeance upon nobility that

was beyond your comprehension an

valor that rendered yours insignifi

cant.

"There were times in the past
when justice would have avenged

such awful crimes as have been prov
ed against, you at this trial with tor
ture of your living body and desecra

tion of your lifeless remains, but this

court will not debase itself by imitat

ing your own abominations.

"The sentence, therefore, of this

eourt upon you is that you be taken

from hence to the Tower of London,

and that you then be hanged by the

neck till you are dead, and that your
body be thereafter buried within the
precincts of v the Tower, and, justice

having thus been vindicated upon
your body, we leave to Almighty God
the judgment of your soul." 1
The last of the Hohenzollerns,
clinging to his unwilling Dutch hosts
and refusing to leave Holland unless
forced to do so, evidently believes
that Coleridge's forecast may before
long become for him an awful real reality.'
ity.' reality.' BOOKS FOR THE YOUNG FOLKS

and Avoid LSTyNS

L. ALEXANDER

PRACTICAL CARPENTER

Christmas Greetings.

Our line of books was never more
complete than at present, whether you
want the popular authors of the pres present
ent present or past. For the boys we have the
"Tom Swift" series, "Rover Boys"
series, "Tom Slade" series and "Told
by Uncle Remus." For the younger
children we have "Mother Goose,"
"Tuck-Me-In," "Bobbsy Twins." the
"Sleepy Twins" and Fairy Tales. The
BOOK SHOP, Main stret, Ocala. 3t

The Officers an directors of the Ocala Na National
tional National Bank extend Best Wishes to all of its
customers and Friends for a Merry Christmas
and a Happy and Prosperous New Year. We
feel very grateful for the liberal patronage
the bank has enjoyed during the past year.
Now that the war is over and we can see
more clearly what the future has in store
for us, let each one do their very best to
make a success of every opportunity. We are
prepared and anxious to help anyone who is
entitled to consideration. Come see us, and
let us help you decide on your plans.

r.

Ocala National Bank

DAVIS CARRIAGE PAINTS
are colors ground in tough, elastic
Coach Varnish- and one coat will make

your faded automobile or carriage
look like new. They are easy to ap

ply and dry with a strong, high gloss gloss-clinching
clinching gloss-clinching Enamel finish. Made for

wear and tea.. 2-8

ONE TRIAL WILL CONVINCE YOU
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO.,
Ocala, Florida

SALT FISH
DIRECT FROM THE FISHING
BOATS TO YOU
DELICIOUS fresh caught SALTED
FISH, direct to the consumer by pre prepaid
paid prepaid parpel post or express, 15 pounds
for $2. Barrel shipments a specialty.
ST. GEORGE CO. EVC.
ST. GEORGE ON THE GULF,
P. O. Apalachicola. Florida.

GIVE THANKS
TO THE LORD

WS.&

TO SAVINGS STAMPS
$aauv BY THB.
UNITED STATES
GOVERNMENT

And Your Country For theGIory
of Our Arms by Buying War Sav

ings Stamps This Month.
OCALA ICE & PACMMG
COMPANY

Second Hand
BUM-LAP BAGS-
Bought and Sold.
Wc Pay the Highest Cash Prices.
Write for Prices to
TAMPA BAG COMPANY
TOSTOFFICE BOX 592 Long Distance Thone 4475
Tampa, Florida.

Read the Star Want Ads. It pays

Nothing nicer than a Kodak for a
Christmas present. Ceng sells them.
COME IN AND MAKE YOUR

TEMPLE m
OCALA, FLA. IVI

ONE NIGHT

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OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY. DECEMBER 24, 191

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

Plumbing and Electrical Contractor

14 West Fort King Avenue

WHITE STAR LINE

TRANSFER STORAGE

QCAU SOCIAL AFFAIRS
If You Have Any Items for this De Department,
partment, Department, Please Phoneto Five
Double-One or Two-Seven

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TRUCK
SERVICE
Long Distance
Moving

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MOVING
VANS
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COLLIER BROTHERS

The Mother's Christmas Gift
It never comes to Christmas but I
think about the times
We used to save our pennies and our
nickles and our dimes.
And we bunched them all together,
even little baby brother,
Put in something for the present that
we always gave to mother.
We began to talk about it very early
in December,
Twas a very serious matter to us
children, I remember,
And we used to whisper nightly our
suggestions to each other,
For by nothing cheap and tawdry
could we show our love for

Her's must be a gift of beauty, fit to
symbolize her ways;
It must represent the sweetness and
the love that marked her days.
It must be the best our money, all
combined had power to buy,
And be something that she longed
for; nothing else would satisfy.
Then it mattered not the token, once
the purchase had been made.
It was smuggled home and hidden and
with other treasures laid,
And we placed our present proudly in
her lap on Christmas day, -And
we smothered her with kisses
and we laughed her tears
away.

vX O O

Buy
Your

For
Cash

dirndl Saiw Mdrney

&

As Long as the Present Supply Lasts I will make
you the following prices on Your Groceries.
As I Opened up for Business on December -19th,
Every Article is Fresh and New.

w .. ..

aft Flour (guaranteed plain 24 lb. sacK. ..v. ...1.(4

Flour (guaranteed) plain, 12 lb. sack........ .83 I Karo Syrup, No. l'j Can ... .15 5J

J. IVUl f fZlM. iU3Ulgy I Urn Davll JLmW upy -4.1 V V fM. VUEl UU

.17

AS.

Karo Syrup, No. 10 Can

.95 fel

Flour, Self Rising, 12 lb. sack. . ........... .85
-)
Water Ground Corn Meal, per pound.... .05
Cream Corn Meal, per pound........!.... ... 06
(jf) Grits, fine and coarse, per pound. ........... .06
W Rice, Blue Rose, per pound.... ..11 Vi

V& ll-ilr V.vo Peas twi nnnnA '10

Navy Beans, per pound .15

fas Lima Beans, per pound .18
'

ftp) White Bacon, per pound . .

IS) "Smoked Bacon, per pound

(S)

Lard, per pound
Cheese American, per pound ...............
Pleasant Valley (Process) Butter, per pound..'
"Better" Butter, per pound ............... .
"Maple Leaf' Butter, per pound ........ . .
Snowdrift, No. 10 Bucket . . ........ . . ....
Snowdrift, No. 4 Bucket ....................

ft-i Snowdrift, No. 2 Bucket ......

Crisco, 6 lb. Bucket ......

eft

09

.35
.35
.26
.45
.65
.75
.75
2.45
1.25
.65
2.00

White Karo Syrup No. 1J4, per can..........

'Peacock" Syrup, No. 1J, per can i6

Dunbar Syrup, No. 1J4, per can .15

Rosebud Red Cherries, per bottle ............ 1.00
King-Ko Raisins, per 12-ounce can .......... ,18

Seeded Raisins, per package .15

Honey (6 ounce glass) .15
Apricot Jam, 15 ounce jar 1 .35

Red Cherry Jam, 15 ounce jar ..............

"Strawberry Jam, 15 ounce jar ..............

Apple Jelly, 8 ounce glass ..................
Canned Apricots, No. 3 ................. ...
Canned Brookdale Peaches, No. 3

Canned Rqsedale Peaches, No. 3 ...........
Royal Scarlet Canned Pineapple, No. 3......
Happy Valley Canned Peaches, No. 3
Pie Peaches, No. 3 ........................

Van Camp's June Peas, No. 2.'....

er.
(

Helmet June Peas, No. 2.

Crisco, V2 lb. Bucket
Crisco, 1 lb. Bucket .

.............. .50
.35
75
.40
.............. .05

White House Coffee, per pound ........... .35

Maxwell House Coffee, per pound ............ .35
Senate Coffee, ner Dound .......... ......... .35

Canned Strawberries, No. 2.

Canned Beets (Libby's) No. 3.

T lucst oauu ivi a u v. o ...... .......
1 V

Bobbin Hood Asparagus, No. 3 .............

) Crisco, 3 lb. Bucket ........................ 1.00 I "Veribest" Sugar Peas, No. 2..........T

Wesson Cooking OiL quart
Qi) Wesson Cooking Oil, pint
() Chicken Teed, per pound

"1917" Coffee, per pound .................. .30
Arbuckles Coffee, per pound ................ .26
() T. C. M." Coffee, per pound ............... .25
Bulk Roasted Coffee, per pound .............. J25

W s :
t Tomatoes, No. 1, per can
Tomatoes, No. 2, per can ......... .........
Tomatoes, No. 3, per can ..................
Van Camp's Milk (tall) per can . .. .......
S Van Camp's Milk (small) per can
. Eagle Brand Milk, per can .................
, Libby's Milk, per can .......... . ...... i .
. tffV Dime Brand Milk, per can
$ Quaker Oats, per package . . .... . ......

...vne s rt

Post Toasties, per package .................

Postum Cereal, 18-ounce package ... t ..... .
fj Postum Cereal, 9-ounce package ........ . .
Pat-a-Cake Pancake Flour, pound package. ..
K-.' A lint Tnmimn Pnn.nbn Plnnr 1911fS10PO

jt; iiuiu fv iiixiiiu i aiaaBE

Pancake Flour, per package. .... . .

Cream of Wheat, per package ......... ... .

.35
.35 &
Jr
.30
p
o (ie
.45
.25 &
5
18 ft
.20 g
.25
.25 )

40 f.S;

.20
.05
.05
.10

Ii never comes to Christmas but X
think about the times
We used to save our pennies and our
nickels and our dimes.
And the only folks I envy are the sis sisters
ters sisters and the brothers
Who still have the precious privilege
of buying for their mothers.
Exchange.
A Surprise Party
Perhaps no party during the entire
holiday season will give greater
plea.c$ire or be more highly appre appreciates
ciates appreciates by the honorees than the sur surprise
prise surprise party given last night by the
congregation of the Presbyterian
church to their pastor. Rev. John R.
Herndon and his estimable wife.
Rev. and Mrs. Herndon were un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly taken unawares last eve

ning as they were quietly sitting by

their fireside with no thought fur further
ther further from their minds than a party,
to have their entire membership

'walk in upon them laden with the

good things of life, with inconceivable
packages tucked away and presented
at just the right moment.
While Mr. and Mrs. Herndon were
certainly surprised, they arose to the
occasion, as they are wont to do at
all times, and showed their sincere
appreciation of these most substan

tial gifts in a way to warm all heart,
their own hearts responding to the

love an dgood fellowship of their peo people,
ple, people, to whom they are so greatly en endeared.
deared. endeared. During the years of service in this
community, where Mr. and Mrs.

Herndon have served so untiringly,
not only their own church member

ship, but all who have come to them

for comfort or sympathy, they have
left a "road of the loving heart," and
their friends will rejoice "with them

m their happiness of last evening.

After the surprise had subsided, a
delightful musical program, given by
Mrs. Ketchum, Miss Meikle and Miss

Annie MacKay, was enjoyed, follow

ed by Christmas songs by the entire

congregation.
Elizabeth Louise Clark

The home of. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas
Sexton has been 'darkened by sorrow
in the death of the latter's tiny niece,
Elizabeth Louise Clark, aged eleven
months, whose early passing has
caused the deepest gloom to settle
like a pall upon many hearts who
loved her.
This little one was a sunbeam of
joy in the lives she came to bless. The
sweetness of her disposition and the
beauty of her perfect little face, sur surrounded
rounded surrounded as it was by golden curls,
made a picture whose memory will
live long in the hearts of those
around which her tiny form had be become
come become entwined.
This little girl was' the daughter of

Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Clark of
Fellowship, and was ill only a short

time with that dread disease, bronch

ial pneumonia. The funeral service
was held Sunday afternoon, when tht,
little body was laid to rest in the
family bunial ground at Cotton Plant.
The presence of many friends and the
many beautiful flowers testified the
sympathy and love which was given
the stricken family.
Mr. Stewart Simms of Anthony, is
the guest of, his sister, Miss Donnie
Simms.

I,

'. : .-

arrized in Ocala a few days ago from
Charlotte, N. C, where she has been
attending school. Miss Gallant will
spend the Christmas vacation with
her aunt and uncle at Salt Springs.
Three cars containing enthusiastic
parties from -Niagara Falls, Spring Springfield,
field, Springfield, Ohio arid New York city, stop stopped
ped stopped at the Ocala House yesterday, re resuming
suming resuming : tneir journey to the East
Coast yesterday afternoon.
;
Mr. -and MrsV;Plummer and Miss
Marguerite Plummer of Anthony, are
the Christmas" 'guests of Mrs. Plum Plum-mer's
mer's Plum-mer's sister, Mrs. Ed Carmichael,
and will be, the dinner, guests of Mr.
and Mrs. Weller Carmichael Christ

mas day; :

--.

(Concluded on Fourth Page)

.35
.20
.10

.20

4rt

V.

fH Grape Nuts, per package

.10
.15

.20

.14
.07
.25

.15
.17

.14

.14
.14
.23

.14
J25

0
0

5
.14

Van Camp's Hominy, No. 3
Ko-Ko Toilet Paper, per roll ................
Wild West Toilet Paper, per roll (6 for 25c.)..
Wild West Toilet Paper, large rolls (3 for 25c)

Van Camp's Pork and Beans, No. 3, per can..
Van Camp's Pork and Beans, No. 2, per can..
Van Camp's Pork and Beans, No. 1, per can..
-Lima Beans, No. 2, per can. .... .". .'.
Boone County Red Beans, No. 2, per can.
Ritter's Pork and Beans, No. 2, per can
Campbell's Soups (all flavors) No. 1, per can.
Cool Drinks (bottled) all flavors; per bottle..
Grandma Washing Powder, per' package. .. .

Gold' Dust, per package

Octagon Soap, per cake .. .1 .08
Ivory Soap, per cake .08 5

P. & G. Soap per cake . ... ................ .08

Fairy, Soap, per cake .08
Star Naptha Soap, per cake .05
Clean Easy Soap, per cake . ..... ......... .08

Fels Naptha Soap, per cake .08 v:

Lenox Soap, per cake ....................... .06
Sweetheart Soap, per cake .06
Lava Soap, per cake ....................... .06
Goblin Soap; per cake ..................... .05
Argo Gloss Starch, package................. .08

Mr. and Mrs. B. R. Blitch and Miss
Odo Blitch were visiting friends in
this city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Stafford of Tampa
are spending a week in this city, and
are guests of the Ocala House.
Mr. Homer Limbough has returned

to his home in Starke after a short
visit to his aunt, Mrs. Home and
children.
Miss Frances Stanley, who is' at

tending school in Lakeland, has gone

to the Meadows to -visit her parents

or a fortnight.
Messrs. Garland Upchurch and

John Norris of Jacksonville are the

Christmas guests of their aunt, Mrs.

Harry Holcomb.

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Mr. and Mrs. Claud Nelson and

children arrived from Jacksonville

yesterday and are the guests of Mrs.

nelson's mother, Mrs. Pooser..

Mrs. Stanley and daughter, Lucy,

formerly residents of the tT city, but

now living at the Meadows, were
greeting their many Ocala' friends
today. v

Miss Sarah Pearl Martin is receiv

ing a hearty welcome from "her nr

merous Ocala friends, she having at

rived yesterday for a visit to Miss
Ethel Home.

Mrs. Horton, who has spent the

entire summer in -different sections of

the state, came here from Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville last night, and is a guest at the

Ocala House.

Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Anderson left
this afternoon for Jacksonville, to be

the guests of their son-in-law and

daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Roess
during the holidays.

Mr. and Mrs. B. F. Morrison have

gone to Fort McCoy to visit rela

tives. They will retqrn tomorrown

bringing Mrs. Morrison's mother,
Mrs. Mary Priest to this city for a

Christmas visit.

Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Taylor have

as their guests Mrs. Taylor's sister,

Mrs. Clarence Phillips and four

daughters of Jacksonville, who ar

rived yesterday afternoon for a stay

of several days.
"

Mr. and Mrs. James Henry Clark

and son, Cecil will return from their

sad mission to Fellowship today and
will remain with Mrs. Clark's sister,
Mrs. Thomas Sexton until after

Christmas.
.

Mrs. A. N. Gallant returned to Salt

j. wlSftrings Jiod after, a couple of days

Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson,
of this place,- writes: "For one year I
suffered with an awful misery in my back
and sides. My left side was hurting roe
alt the time. The misery was something
awfuL : w
I could not do anything, not even sleep
attrirH.' ,It kept me awake most of the
n! 'took different medicines, but

r J me any good or relieved me

ok Cardui ...
f able to do any of my work
I vje year, and I got worse all the time,

pwas confined to my bed off and on. I got

so bad with my back that when I stooped
down was not able to straighten up
again . 1 decided I would try Cardui
. .' By time I had taken the entire bottle
I was feeling ; pretty good and could
straighten up and my pains were nearly

ill cone.

I shall always praise Cardui. I con continued
tinued continued taking it until I was strong and
well." If you suffer from pains due to
female complaints, Cardui may be just
rhat you need. Thousands of women
once suffered in this way now praise
Jardui for their present good health.
GiveitatrfcL NC-133

WHEN YOU ARE TIRED
of Davinir retail PAINT nrice or the

Linseed OiL in Readv-Mixed Paints,

buy one gallon or

C

which is ALL PAINT, then add one
gallon of Pure Linseed Oil, at Linseed
Oil Price, and you will have TWO

gallons of Pure Linseed Oil Paint, at
a clear saving to' YOU of one dollar
or MORE according to the price of

Linseed Oil. In addition you will
have one of the most durable paints
obtainable, since it is Pure Linseed

Oil Paint. 2
For 8C

THE MARION HAL. IE CO,

NOTICE
The annual meeting of the stock stockholders
holders stockholders of The Commercial Back of
Ocala will be held at the office of
said bank, in Ocaia, Florida, on the
7th day of January, 1919, at 10
o'clock a in., for the purpose of elect elect-s
s elect-s rd of directors for .the en

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Miss Petteway is a Marion county
girl.
Mr. and Mrs. Robert Carlton and
two children of Jacksonville arrived
last night to spend Christmas with
their parents.
Mr. and Mrs. DeWitt Griffin of
Ocala, will spend the holidays with
Mrs. Griffin's mother, Mrs. O. D.
Wetherell Sr., 405 South Boulevard.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

RATES. Six line maximum. one
time 25c.; -three times 50c; six times
75c.; one month Z. Payable in advance.

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

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Susie
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AND VOGUES

ading Mid-Winter Sty)

be found at reasonai

;the :
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Parlor i

Gas Mantle Tip.
Old gas mantles should never be
thrown away. Collect the powder
carefully and keep In a small box. It
Is unsurpassed for cleaning gold, sil silver
ver silver and aluminum. If occasionally
rubbed on the nickel of the stove it
keeps rt wonderfully bright. It Is also
useful for whitening the teeth. A
gold ring which had been touched with
mercury was instantly restored to Its
proper color by being rubbed with thls
useful powder.

Nothing nicer than a Kodak for a
Christmas present. Gerig sells them.
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

NOTICE

To Auto Owners
Expert Service on Starters,
Generators, Carborators or
Ignition Trouble.
Any Make 4-6-8 Cylender
12 Years Experience In
Michigan's Best Shyp
FLOYD VAN HORN
Gates noose

LOST At Martel, white and black
spotted pointer dog; has small brown
spot on top of head, and white streak
down" face. Three years old. Suitable
reward for information leading to his
recovery. Walter Ray, Martel. 6t

LOST Saturday evening, sterling
silved chased "Eversharp" pencil.
Thought to have been -lost at band
concert. Suitable reward for return
to Star office or to Miss Catherine
Pyles. 23-3t

LOST Dec. 21st, lady's small, round
pin or brooch; white onyx, with small
red stone in center; black enamel
border. Suitable reward will be paid
for its return to the Star office. 23-8t

WANTED High school boy or girl
to take orders for military caps, worn
by boys or gills. Retails for 75 cents.
Will send sample cap to responsible
party. State school colors. Joe Jacobs
Co., Military Tailors, Lake Charles,
La. 19-3t

WANTED Two honest, reliable
boys to carry Times-Union routes.
Must have bicycle. A. E. Gerig. 20

TURKEYS Want to sell two at once.
One weights about 30 pounds, and one
4 pounds. J. W. Hunter, South Main
street, near laundry. 20-6t

FOR SALE A good 1915 model Ford
touring car. Apply to L. E. Yonce at
Maxwell Service Station. 12-19-tf

FOR SALE Good mule and Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker wagon. Worth $300. Will take
$200 cash. Address P. O. Box 139,
Ocala. 18-6t

FOR SALE Sorrel horse, suitable
for farm work or wagon. Price reas-.'
onable. Apply to Carter's Bakery, N.
Main street. 17-lm

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

HIGH CLASS
: MEAT and POULTRY
2 ,We are prepared to furnish you on short notice everything in the
line of meats.
PORK CII0PS 30c ROUND STEAK 25c LOIN STEAK 25c
: STEW MEAT 25c PORK SAUSAGE 20c PORK STEW 25c
: appaucricoi
Ail Kinds of Fruit
: NEW YORK MARKET

Nik Sakiotis & Cou, Proprietors

West Broadway

Why Worry Over Your

HOLIDAY CAKES

CHRISTMAS FRUIT CAKE
WALNUT CAKE FRUIT CAKE
SPONGE CAKE CITRON CAKE
ANGEL CAKE MARBLE CAKE
CHOCOLATE CAKE POUND CAKE
FIG CAKE CURRANT CAKE
AND ALL KINDS OF LAYER CAKE

None but the best of materials are used in our
bakery, and the prices are lower than "you
can make your own pastry.
CARTER'S BAKERY
North Main St. Ocala, Florida.

Why Not New

Goodric

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As your Christmas gift to "yoursei

friends ? You can obtain all sizes here.
And getting them here means getting
the best there is at prices from which
extravagant profits have been elimi eliminated.
nated. eliminated. BLAL0CK BROTHERS
107 Oklawaha Avenue

PLEA SEl
Have your Laun dry ready
when our agent calls. This
will help both yourself and
us. THANKS!

Phone lOll

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Drop in and examine our stock of
Holiday Perfumes. Gerig's Drug
Store. . tf

A NICE LINE OF JEWELRY

FOR THE CHRISTMAS TRADE.
1 JUST ARRIVED AT BURNETT'S, tf

. COME IN AND MAKE YOUR
SELECTIONS FOR CHRISTMAS
PRTSENTS FROM OUR LARGE
STOCK OF SILVERWARE, CUT
GLASS AND OTHER NEW NOV NOVELTIES
ELTIES NOVELTIES JUST IN.: BURNETT, THE
JEWELER. tt

)a House Block (South side)

... A

Joadser .. ......

Liees iu per cent.

.$830.00
. 83.00

$747.00

Touring Car $850.00
Less 10 per cent... 85.00
$765.00

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Are Satisfied
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presentea

Order to Give Santa Claus a Chance to Use

tevrolet Cars".'In his Christmas list we have

aded to sell them for spot cash irom now until

iuary;istat

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of the Regular Selling Prices.

GHEVROLET

Tr:v rx u-c xt: xt

it,u a viicviuie, r our-ixinefcy car" you can
cover distance swiftly, economically and with
comfort. From home to office to the factory and
from the farm or to the innumerable places that
the demands of 'each business day call you is a
matter of minutes instead of hours with a Chev Chevrolet.
rolet. Chevrolet. This service is always at your command
the instant you want it. It gives you travel inde independence
pendence independence with economy and comfort all the time.
Come and inspect this model. Get acquainted
with all it can offer you.

Net Cash

Chevrolet Four-Ninety" Touring' Car

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Duld ybu give your Wife and Children that would

I happiness into the home than a Chevrolet Car?

s aiso an item to re consiaer ea at xms time, l nis

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Next to r

drawn after December 31st, so the time to act is

n3 vantages in owning a Chvrnlpf is that thp mnst

garage in the state is always at your service. Bring in

demonstrate the excellency of the Chevrolet.

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