VOL 21. OCALA. FLOKIDA, 3ION DAY, DECEMBER 20,-1915 NO. 301
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
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Attack of Germans on British
SIP Til.iT TlIC SIIICC
I! J IIIHI IIIL nLLILO
' FROM GALLIPOLI PEmNSULA
- There are some indications of the
long expected German attack in
Flanders in the British ; and French
reports, saying the Germans attacked
under a gas cloud. The attack was
repulsed completed. A few Germans
got out of their trenches. Its said
the Germans have been massing
northeast of Ypres, where the attack
was made, for weeks. The Germans
attacked early this morning. Later
the Germans bombarded the British
hear Ypres and : the French at Mes Mes-sines.
sines. Mes-sines. Mines were exploded along the
trenches at Armentires, but German
infantry trying to occupy the craters
was repulsed. Artillery duels con continue
tinue continue along the remainder of the
There is comparative quiet on the
Russian and Macedonian fronts.
The withdrawal of the British from
Anzac cove and Suvla bay, on the Gal Gal-lipoli
lipoli Gal-lipoli peninsula, is announced in a
brief official statement. Beyond the
statement that the movement was ef effected
fected effected successfully, few details were
given. No allusion was made to the
forces at the Sedoul Bahr front at the
tip of the peninsula.
British troops in the Suvla and An Anzac
zac Anzac districts, Gallipoli peninsula, have
been withdrawn with insignificant
casualties, "to another sphere of op operations,"
erations," operations," says. an official statement.
All stores and guns were saved.
BRITISH MONITORS REPULSED
Berlin, Dec. 20. Entente allied
monitors shelled Westende, Belgium,
yesterday, an official statement says.
They were repulsed by land 'batter
ies. German aviators attacked Poper Poper-inghe,
inghe, Poper-inghe, near Ypres, where hostile
troops are concentrated.
LOSSES WERE, SLIGHT
London, Dec. 2C The total British
casualties resulting from the Saloniki
expedition into Serbia was only 1278,
Harold J. Tennant, under secretary for
war, told the house of commons. One
officer and eighty-five men were kill killed.
ed. killed. : GREEK ELECTIONS
SUNDAY WENT IN FAVOR OF
FACTION OF GOUNARIS
London, Dec. 20. The Athens "cor "correspondent
respondent "correspondent of the Times Says returns
from the Greek parliamentary elec elections
tions elections Sunday give the party of M.
Gounaris, minister of the interior, a
FUNERAL OF MR. THOMPSON
The funeral services of Rev. G. E.
Thompson were "held at the Presby Presbyterian
terian Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon. Rev.
J. R. Herndon officiated, and many
friends were present to pay last re re-,
, re-, spects to the good old clergyman. The
remains were laid to their last rest
in Greenwood. Mclver & MacKay had
charge of the arrangements.
CARD OF THANKS
The auxiliary board of the Marion
County Hospital Association wishes
to heartily thank the young ladies,
those who contributed so generously
and all others who helped to make
"tag day" the big success it was.
Mrs. D. S. Woodrow, Presidents
IDE ADMIT Tfl U
ML HUUUI IU
EVIDENCE OF WOEFULLY IN INADEQUATE
ADEQUATE INADEQUATE WORK IN FILL FILLING
ING FILLING UP THE SEWERAGE
The people of Ocala had evidence
this morning that there had been
some mighty careless work on the
At daylight, Fire Chief Chambers
was called up by Mr. Hewitt, the
milkman, whose" horse had gone thru
in one of the refills on Dougherty
St.', -near Mr. Clyatt's residence. The
horse was so badly hurt that it had
to be sent to the veterinary hospital.
After extricating the animal, the fire
chief, in trying to turn his auto, broke
thru another refill, and hard work
to pull the car out.
As the morning advance, several
other accidents were reported. The"
autoes of Messrs. C. E. Winston,
Frank Morrison, R. L. Anderson and
two or three more went thru refills
in various places, one on Oklawaha
avenue opposite the Oklawaha Inn.
The fire chief and other' officials
have been busy all the morning look looking
ing looking for weak spots, and it is hoped
they are all located.
It is evident that some mighty
careless work or faulty inspection
has been done. It is true that there
Was a heavy rain last night, but that
is no excuse for the cave-ins, any
one of which might have caused great
damage to, property or loss of life.
Engineer Drake says that none of
the faults appeared in any location
that has been worked on since he be became
came became chief inspector.
. Its hjgnly necessary that all these
places.be'" seen to, as no one knows
what time an auto will go thru and
perhaps cause loss of life.
OF THE ACTIVITY OF TEUTONIC
AGENTS IN THE UNITED
New York, Dec. 20. Frederick
Metzler who is held in connection with
the alleged plots to destroy munitions
or hinder their manufacture, made a
full statement to the federal authori authorities
ties authorities concerning the activities of Paul
Koenig of the Hamburg-American
Line. He said Koenig had twenty-five
agents here. Koenig reported to Cap Captain
tain Captain Von Papen, the Germany military
attache, whose 'activities were, wide widespread.
spread. widespread. TWOMBLY IN TOWN
Mr. Alex H. Twombly of New York,
the skilled engineer who made the
survey of Ocala two years ago, and
is now consulting engineer for the
proposed electric and water plant, is
in the city. Mr. Twombly's firm has
been invited by the city council to take
the place of-consulting engineers on
the sewarage system, and may accept.
Washington, D. C, Dec. 19. Presi-l
dent Wilson and Mrs. Edith Boiling
Gait were married at 8:30 o'clock
last night and left afterward to spend
their honeymoon at Hot Springs,Va.
The president and his bride traveled
in a private car attached to a- special
train leaving here at 11:10 o'clock,
which is due to arrive in Hot Springs
today at 8:15 a. m.
At Hot Springs Mr. and Mrs. Wil Wilson
son Wilson will live at the Homestead Hotel
until aftr New Years day. unless
some development should necessitate
the president's earlier return to the
capital. Two of the White House au
tomboiles have been sent on ahead
and the couple expect co spend thir i
honeymoon motoring, golfing and
walking over the mountain trails. Be Beside
side Beside the secret service guard the party i
was accompanied by one stenograph stenographer.
er. stenographer. The president will keep in touch
with the White House over special
wires. Because the hour of the wed wedding
ding wedding was known to comparatively few
people, there was not a large crowd in
the vicinity of the bride's home, al although
though although a large police guard had been
All arrangements for the wedding
ceremony were carried out perfectly,
the president arriving at his bride's
home soon after 8 o'clock and the re remainder
mainder remainder of the wedding party which
numbered less than thirty, followed
soon after. The ceremony was begun
as had been arranged at 8:30 o'clock
and was followed by a buffet lunch luncheon.
eon. luncheon. Mrs. Wilson was married in the
traveling gown she wore to the train.
V No Attendents
Everything "was in readiness for the
ceremony when the president arrived
and it proceeded without- music.
Neither the president nor Mrs. Gait
had any attendants and there were
no ushers or flower girls. Neither the
army, the navy, nor the diplomatic
corps was represented and the oc occasion
casion occasion was essentially what both of
the .couple had wished it to be a
On the first floor of the bride's
home in two communicating rooms
a wedding bower had been arranged
with a background of farleyanse and
maidenhair fern which reached from
the floor to the ceiling. Overhead
there was a canopy of green in the
form of a shell lined with Scotch
heather. In the background and at
the center was placed a large mirror
framed with orchids and reflecting
the scene. American Beauty roses
were on both sides of the canopy, be beneath
neath beneath which was a prayer rug on
which the president and Mrs. Gait
knelt during the ceremony.
Appear on Stair
Just at the hour set for the cere ceremony
mony ceremony the president and his bride ap appeared
peared appeared at the head of the staircase,
which was decorted with ferns, as
paragus vines and American Beauty
roses. They descended to the lower
floor, where the guests were grouped
The Rev. Herbert Scott Smith, rec rector
tor rector of St. Margaret's Protestant-Episcopal
church, of which the bride is a
communicant was waiting beneath
the canopy to perform the ceremony,
and with him, to assist, was the pres
ident's pastor, the Rev. James H. Tay Taylor
lor Taylor of the Central Presbyterian church.
Mrs. William Boiling, the bride's
mother, gave" her away. The president
stood on the right of the clergy clergymen
men clergymen and the bride stood on their left.
At once Dr. Smith began the words
of the Episcopal marriage service, the
president making his responses first
and then the bride making hers. Af After
ter After the bride promised to "love, cher cherish
ish cherish and obey," the president placed
the wed ding ring, a plain band of
gold, upon her finger, and then, after
(Concluded on. Second Page)
AT HOT SPIES
HAVING AT HOT SPRINGS, VA
A QUIET HONEYMOON f
hi- ... ... m
r Hot Springs Va., Dec. 20. Presi President
dent President Wilson and his bride are
enjoying their stay here. The
president rose early. After Break-
fast, he dictated replied to congratu congratulatory
latory congratulatory messages from European,
South and Central American rulers,
and personal friends. Every arrange arrangement
ment arrangement has been made here to allow the
distinguished couple to spend their
honeymoon quietly. A section .of the
hotel has been set aside for them.
Secret service agents attempted to
keep off protographers and motion
BOARD OF TRADE
President Appeals to Members to At Attend
tend Attend the Next 'Meeting
, Ocala, Fla., Dec. 20, 1915.
To Members of the Board of Trade:
I beg to make this last appeal to
you for the year 1915 to hold a meet meeting
ing meeting of the Board of Trade at the
usual place of meeting, on Thursday
evening, 7:30 o'clock, 23rd inst. The
business of the old year should be
closed up and arrangements made for
the officers of the incoming year.
If you desire this, meet with us
Thursday evening next. If you do
not desire this, then stay away and I
will be governed by your action.
R. F. Rogers,
President Board of Trade.
BEEN SELLING BOOZE
I the Charge Brought Against S. M.
Stanley and Some Other
As was expected, Marion county go go-'ng
'ng go-'ng dry has set a number of parties
to trying to sell illegally the liquor
that the vote of the people Dec. 7 said
they should not sell legally.
Saturday night, Sheriff Galloway
airested S. M. Stanley, whose bar at
the corner of North street and Main,
was closed Dec. 8. Mr. Stanley and
one of his employes were in the build building,
ing, building, and it is alleged that certain
parties had bought liquor from them
during the evening. Mr. Stanley gave
bond, and his case will be heard by
Judge Smith Wednesday.
Saturday, the sheriff 's officers ar arrested
rested arrested two colored men, John Hender Henderson
son Henderson and Gabe Furlow, near Reddick.
They are charged with selling liquor,
and it is said they also made it. They
will be heard by Judge Smith tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. -On the same day, Judge Smith
will hear Ezekiel Morrison, charged
with carrying concealed weapons.
Henderson, Furlow andMorrisonare
Some other cases have been report reported
ed reported to the sheriff, and he is investigat investigating.
ing. investigating. Mr. Galloway says he will spare
no effort to enforce the law.
Selling whisky in Marion or any
other dry county is an offense punish punishable
able punishable with a fine of $500, or six months
on the chaingang, or both, at the dis discretion
cretion discretion of the judge.
A box of Crane's linen correspond correspondence
ence correspondence paper would make a fine Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present. The Court Pharmacy. 5t
Reply to Austria Won't Be So
IT WILL '.BE GIVEN OUT FOR PUBLICATION IDHESDAY
Washington, Dec. 20. Secretary
Lansing announced that the text of)
the second note to Austria on the
sinking of the Ancona will be given
out for publication Wednesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. It is about six hundred words
long. iT? said the note was firm in
tone but not as drastic as the first.
GO ON RECORD
FLORIDA METHODISTS MAKE A
DEMAND ON SENATORS AND
Tampa, Fla., Dec. 20. The Meth Methodist
odist Methodist conference, in session here, has
gone on record as favoring the plan
to have candidates for. Congress and
the state legislature go on record on
EX-PRESIDENT TAFT ILL AT THE
HOME OF A FRIEND IN
Larcross, Wis., Dec. 20. Former
President Wm. H. Taft is ill here at
the home of a former Yale, classmate,
George W. Burton. Mr. Taft caught
a severe cold on his way to deliver a
lecture. A throat specialist met him
on his arrivel here last night.
IN THE CRUCIBLE
After her auspicious introduction
to the motion picture public, through
her triumphantly successful imperso impersonation
nation impersonation of "Wildflower," the fascinat fascinating
ing fascinating and captivating young star, Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Clark, makes her second ap appearance
pearance appearance in motion pictures in a Fa Famous
mous Famous Players-Paramount five-part
film version of Mark Lee Luther's
noted story "The Crucible," the inau inaugural
gural inaugural presentation of which occurs at
the Temple tonight.
. "The Crucible" is the tense drama
of a soul's development, through suf suffering
fering suffering and renunciation. With clear,
bold strokes the author has construc constructed
ted constructed a character of much power and
fascination, and in its portrayal Mar Mar-gurite
gurite Mar-gurite Clark does not only meet its
varied requirements,- but often sur surpasses
passes surpasses them in a series of dramatic dramatically
ally dramatically effective scenes.
With a finely balanced command of
the requisite talents necessary for the
display of so many emotions as are
contained in this characterization,
Marguerite Clark progresses from
mood to mood and from feeling to
feeling with an absorbing sustained
inaerest that fastens and retains its
hold upon the audience until the final
flash of the thrilling subject.
As Jean Fanshaw, the heroine of
"The Crucible" Marguerite Clark
manifests a quality of dramatic pow power
er power unsuspected even by many of her
admirers, and it can be safely pre predicted
dicted predicted that her impressive portrayal
of this difficult role will advance the
esteem in which she is generally held
by several degrees. The supporting
cast includes the ever popular Har Harold
old Harold Loskwood.
Fresh seeds of all kind3 at the
Ocala Seed Store. tf
THE MEXICAN CHIEFTAIN WILL.
RECEIVE PROTECTION IN
THE. UNITED STATES
- (Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 20. State de department
partment department officials have decided that
General Villa will receive asylum ac accorded
corded accorded a political ref usee should he
enter the' United States. This decis decision
ion decision was sent last night to GeneraL
Funston by -the war department for
transmission to Villa or his repre representative.
VILLA FACTION HAS COME TO
TERMS WITH CARRANZA
El Paso, Dec. 20. An agreement
was reached and papers were signed
at noon whereby the Villa faction in
northern Mexico concludes peace
terms with the Carranza government.
Villa was eliminated by the pact sign signed
ed signed at the El Paso Mexican consulate.
He is said to be in Juarez.
FAT IN THE FfHE
GREEKS IN EPIRUS HAVE BEEN
'ATTACKED BY BULGARIANS
Paris, Dec. 20. Fighting between
small detachments of Greek, and Bul Bulgarian
garian Bulgarian troops is reported in a Havas
dispatch from Brindisi, Italy. Sev Several
eral Several Greek officers and soldiers were
killed or wounded. The Greek gov government
ernment government is hastily forwarding rein reinforcements.
forcements. reinforcements. A Bulgarian advance
guard is said to have entered the
Greek province of Epirus after lively
fighting with Greek outposts.
LITTLE ELIZABETH CUTHILL
The friends of Mr. and ; Mrs. Arch
Cuthill deeply sympathize with them
in their sorrow at the death of their
little daughter, Elizabeth, aged four,
who passed away Sunday. The little
girl was laid to rest in the Martel
cemetery this morning.
REMEMBERED THE PRESIDENT
The Peninsula Club had a crate of
choice oranges and grapefruit shipped
through the Ocala packing house to
President Wilson at Washington. Mr.
Barnes manager of the packing house,
is shipping a good many boxes of
choice fruit, for those who request
him to do so.
LAW AND ORDER LEAGUE
A number of our citizens have
formed a law and order league, with
the intention, of reporting to the ofS ofS-cialf
cialf ofS-cialf the illicit sale of whisky and
other violations of law. The organi organization
zation organization will probably become general
thru the county.
PEACE IN BO
OCA LA EVENING STAR MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1915
WEDDING OF MRS GALT
10 PRESIDENT WiLSOI
(Continued from First Page)
s prayer and while the couple clasp clasped
ed clasped their right hands together Dr.
Smith declared them man and wife.
Buffet Supper Served
The entire, party then turned 'to the
dining room, where a buffet eupper
was served. The decorations there
were in pink. The tables were decked
with Lady Stanley rose blossoms. On
a table in the center was the wedding
cake a fruit cake several layers high,
ornamented with sprays of pink or orchid.
chid. orchid. Mrs. Wilson cut the cake
without formality and no arrange arrangements
ments arrangements were made for bestowing bits
upon others than those in the wedding
During the ceremony and at the
luncheon afterward, during which a
String orchestra played, the bride
wore her traveling dress, a black silk
velvet gown, with a picture hat of
4black beaver, with no 'trimmings
"whatever except one feather slightly
upturned on the left side. At her
ihroat she wore the president's wed wedding
ding wedding gift, a magnificent diamond
The skirt of tier gown was of walk walking
ing walking length and cut on full lines. The
waist had silken embroidery of blue,
' shading from the deep tones of royal
ilue to delicate shades of pastel and
was threaded with silver.
Wore Gown and Coat
The lower part of the waist was em embroidered
broidered embroidered on black net over a band
of silver in the design of lilies, below
which was a girdle of black velvet.
The sleeves of the gown were of black
net, fashioned in tiny tucks, with long
bell-shaped cuffs of embroidered vel velvet,
vet, velvet, which came well down ovr the
hand. Her collar, which was high and
upstanding, was of black lace. When
she left on her honeymoon journey
Mrs. Wilson wore over her gown a
supply what the bride's friends say
i3 one of the largest and most care carefully
fully carefully selected wardrobes ever gather- j
ed by. any mistress of the White j
Made Clean Getaway hi
The ruse by which the wedding
party got away to Alexandria? was
complete. When the White House
automobile pulled away from Mrs. j 1
Wilson'3 house lines of police block-
ed pusuit in all the adjoining streets.
At the union station the presidential
entrance was fully lighted and lines
nf notice were snread all about. Those
who were attracted to the railroad j pi
station by the show of preparation
were disappointed while the president
and Mrs. Wilson were speeding to the
station across the river ten miles
After the president and his bride
had departed Secretary Tumulty made
the final statement of the ceremony:
"The wedding was marked with
simplicity. It was just such a wed wedding
ding wedding as might have taken place in the
home of the humblest American citi citizen."
"It beats all how luck does play fa favorites,"
vorites," favorites," remarked Farmer CorntosseL
"I Jes been to see Ezra nankins."
"How's he getHn' along since he
hurt bis foot?"
"lie's purty glum. The doctor charg charged
ed charged him $100 fur cuttin' his' foot off.
An when the railroad cut off Uncle
Jake's foot the company paid him $G00
In cash. Maybe these great cospora cospora-tions
tions cospora-tions ain't as graspin as some people
says." Washington Star.
Force of Habit.
"See here, boss, I ordered tripe and
toeans, with coffee, and the waitress
has brought me a lettuce sandwich and
a cup of weak tea."'
"You must excuse her, sir. All due
to absentmlndedness. She's a former
society girl, and she can't seem to
grasp the idea that a quick lunch is
not a function." Chicago News.
fur coat of broadtail with
Yukon and muff to match,
a chin-chin .collar. ;
N List of Guests
'The -guests at the wedding includ includ-'
' includ-' ed: Mrs. William H. Boiling of this
city, the bride's mother; ; Mrs. Mat Mat-threw
threw Mat-threw H. Maury, Anniston, Ala.; Mrs.
Alexander H. Gait, of this city and
Miss Bertha Boiling, sisters of the
: bride; her five brothers, John Ran Ran-tiolph
tiolph Ran-tiolph Boiling, Richard W. Boiling and
Julian B. Boiling of this city; Dr. W.
:E. Boiling, Lousiville, Ky., and Rolfe
J2L Boiling of Panama; her brother-
in-law, Alexander H. Gait ) of 1 this
scity; three sisters-in-law, Mrs. Julian
fB. Boiling, Mrs. Rolfe E. Boiling and
Mrs. liichard W. Boiling; Secretary
r-and Mrs. William G. McAdoo; Mr.
and Mrs. Francis B. Sayre of Wil Wil-liamstown,
liamstown, Wil-liamstown, Mass; Miss Margaret Wil Wilson;;
son;; Wilson;; -Miss Helen Woodrow ; Bones,
lte president's cousin; Mr. and Mrs.
Joseph R. Wilson, of Baltimore, the
former the brother of the president;
Mis3 Alice Wilson, i the president's
neice; Josephine Cochran, the presi-
' dent's grand-niece; Secretary Tumul Tumulty
ty Tumulty ; Dr. Grayson and Miss Gertrude
Gordon, Mrs. Gait's close friends.
Mrs. "Wilson's trousseau is said by
close friends to be magnificent in its
extent and to have cost several thou thousand
sand thousand dollars. Most of it is Ameri American
can American made and the best shops in the
, United States were called upon to
A middle aged man with four young
daughters wishes a steady, middle-
jaged white woman who can give best
of references to keep house for him.
She would be required to do the house
work with the assistance of the girls,
who attend school. A good home for
the right woman. Do not reply to
this advertisement unless you would
care to keep the position permanent permanently.
ly. permanently. If interested, write to G. L.
Chandler, 610 Palm Avenue, Miami,
Florida, or inquire at the Star office
for particulars. ll-19-tf-d&w
MAKE IT AN ELECTRIC X-MAS
Why not make this an electcical
Christmas by giving presents that are
useful and lasting a Percolator,
Grillo or Toasto for the kitchen. H.
W. Tucker. 18-6t J
Owes Her Good Health to Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets
"I owe my good health to Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets,' writes Mrs. R. G.
Neff, Crookston, Ohio. "Two years
ago I was an invalid due to stomach
trouble. I took three bottles of these
tablets and have since been in the
best of health." Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. ; Adv.
ORANG V PACKER'S TICKETS
Z For Good Wood
I BIG Load fur SI.
NYOUR 0R22R WILL HAVE
J. L. SMOAR I
' J At Smoak's Wagon Shop.
This office will make close prices
on sets of tickets, for orange packers
for the commg season. Write us for
samples and prices. A
d&w tf The Ocala Star.
OK LAW AHA VALLEY
R AI LROAD SCHEDULE
Nc. 71 Leave x "alatka, :30 a. m.,
irrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1:G p. m.;
irrive PalatUa, 5:25 m.
PHONE 2 35 ?
ALL WORK GUARANTEED
: : ?
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Betler
Work for the Money than Any Other
Contractor in the city.-
Butter. Nut Bread has the rifeht taste;
None of it ever goes to waste.
It is so pure, wholesome and good;
For health it's the very best food.
tf Carter's Bakery.
Wise Johnny Smith.
"Mother, you know the way me and
Johnny Smith play I'm 'Indians an'
he's soldiers?", "Yes, dear; what of
It?" "Well, if I don't let him lick me
every time we play, he eajs I aren't
patriotic." Century. v
Farmers, before killing your hogs
buy lard cans from the Marion Hard Hardware
ware Hardware Company. 11-16
"Occupation Is the scythe of time.
, ; Cold "weather is here. Get a bigger
load of better wood for a dollar at
Converse's mill. Phone 234. 3-tf
Only Education of Value.
Reading and writing are in no sense
education, unless they contribute tc
his end by making us feel kindly to-
il creatures. Rusfeir.
Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies ty express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf
Big Assortment of
Platters at FISHEL'S.
An Increase of
Quality and Quantity
Not only in Quality can
your grocery money be
made to go furtlier, but in
quantity and'quaiity here.
Look over our stock be before
fore before you do your Christ Christmas
mas Christmas marketing.
Bear in Mind
Put this down on yoar
note pad. J
Christmas and New
Year are not so far in the
future as to figure unim unimportantly
portantly unimportantly in your plans
for the holidays.
ere are Some of Oof CtiFfgf mas Bargains. Prlees
are good from
TT T ri oti
Royal Scarlet Canned Goo ds
Apricots No 2 1-2
Tins, per tin
Cherries No. 2 1-2
Tins, per tin
Peaches Lemon Cling,
No. 2 1-2 Tins,
per tin ...
Peaches Yellow, OQn
No. 2 1-2 tins at Ob
Pears, No. 21-2 OOn
Tins, per tin OlAj
Egg Plums,, No. OOp
21-2 tins, per tin LL
Gage Plums, No. OO
21-2 this, per tin LLa
Pineapple, grated or
sliced, No. 2 tins IQp
' per tin-... Ob
Asparagus, N o
2 1-2 tins, per tin
1-2 tins, per tin tin-Peas,
Peas, tin-Peas, Tiny, No. 2
tins, per tin
Peas, Sweet, No. 1
tins, per tin
Stringless Beans, OQp
No. 2 tins, per tin-b
Lima Beans, No. 2
tins, per tin .V
Lima Beans, No. 1 1 0p
tins, per tin.- vb
Robin Hood Canned!
No. 2 tins at
Tom Thuni Peas,
No. 2 tins, per tin
Early June Peas, A 1 pf
No. 1 tins, per tin b'
Lima Beans, No. 1 1 1 p
tins, per tin- lib
Golden Wax Beans "1 Qp
No. 2 tins, per tin CI b
Yellow Cling Peaches
No. 21-2 tins, perQIU
No. 2 1-2 tins at
Caroline Peas, No.
2 tins, 3 for .
No; 1 tins npr tin-
Richardson & Rob-Cfjp
ins No. 2 tins at JUb
10 pounds Home
Ground Meal for
Lard Compound, IIJLp
the best per lb. I f 2 b
White Bacon per A A J.n
Oan Camps Evaporated
Milk, .12 baby Cp
Van Camps Eva p. Q f n
Milk, tall, per dozUb
lb., nice cuts.. t2
Full Cream Cheese
Look over this list of good things to eat
H7RUIT Cakes, Plum Pudding, Plum Pudding Sauce, Mince Meat, Boiled
11 Cider, Crystallized Ginger, Pineapples and Cherries, Japanese Fruit
Candy, Assorted Chocolate Candy, Cream Candy," Mints, Brandied Cherries,
Mint Cherries, Maraschino Cherrie, Malaga Raisins, Seeded Raisins, Cur Currants',
rants', Currants', Citron,; Lemon and Orange "Peel, Cranberry Sauce, Currant Jelly,
Cuban Guava Paste, Walnuts, Pecans, Brazil Nuts, 'Almonds, Shelled
Almonds, Pecan Meat, Bismarck Herring, Norway Anchovies, f Rollrhops,
Smoked Soused Salmon, Spiced Sardines. CHEESE: Swiss, Limburger,
Edam,5 Pineapple, Pimento, Philadelphia- Cream, Nippy, Welsh Rarebit,
Deviled, Roquefort, Sap-Sago, Camembert, Gorgonzola, Brie, Stilton, Ched Cheddar
dar Cheddar Cheshire, Bu-lac-tic,. MaeLaren's, Imperial, Dutch .Vezet, Krauterkase,
Sage, N. Y. State Full Cream arid Everyday Cheese.
yaldDEfi Kmsidl Eiintltteip9 lib
12 Pound Bags, for
24 Pound Bags,
96 Pound Bags,
Evap Prunes 60s tol A
70s, per lb .lUC
Evaporated Peach-1 1
es, per lb ......... I i W
Seeded Raisins 15
oz pkgs., per pkg lw
Currants, 12 oz pkg i
per pkg...: ... 14w
Poppy's Famous Florida Products
Guava Jelly, 9-oz .'OH A'
glasses, each ...
Guava Jelly, 5-oz Ipp
Orange Marma lade O 7 P
16-oz. glasses ea.'
Orange Marmaladel fn
5-oz glasses each UU
Orange and Grapefruit
Marmalade, 16 oz-
Orange and Grapefruit
Marmalade, 5 oz 1Ap
glasses, each- lUw
Grapefruit Marma- f) H n
lade 16 oz glasses I v
Grapefruit Marma Marmalade
lade Marmalade 5 oz glasses
Lemon Marmalade 2 A
16 oz glasses ea. OUv
Lemon Marmalade 1 tj
5 oz glasses each ILL
Royal Scarlet Pure Fruit
Jam, flavors: Straw Strawberry,
berry, Strawberry, Raspberry and
Currant, White Cherry
Red Cherry, Red Cur Currant,
rant, Currant, Peach, Apricot,
and Damson per OOn
Fancy Green Coffe per Lb.
for ... .... -". -- -.
Bulk Roasted, a fair drink, per Lb.
Old Virginia Preserves
Cherry &. Damson
' Peach, Blackberry
13 oz. Jars, per
Pure Currant Jelly OOp
Maiden Blush Pure Q
Apple Jelly, glass yk
Maiden Blush Pure Ap Apple
ple Apple & Grape Jelly, Qn
per glass. .... 3 U
Apple Marmalade, Old
Vir gi n i a, p e r Qp
Crabapple or Mint 1
Jelly, per glass
OCALA EVENING STAR. MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1915
Magnolia Meat Market!
OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE
340 North Magnolia Street
10 S. SECOND ST.
Established Three Years.
CHOICE OYSTERS RECEIVED DAILY
- BEST FRESH AND SALT WATER FISH
Florida and : Western Meats '" Poultry, Eggs and Vegetables
PROMPT FREE DELIVERY
the deal for that real estate has been closed and the only thing
yet to do is to see if the title is good. Marion county has about 160
deed records and 45 mortgage records and 50 of miscellaneous rec record
ord record or about 160,000 pages of record matter and among these is the
record history of that title.
some searching and checking before the abstract man know
that he has got it alL V
"MORAL: PLACE THE ABSTRACT ORDER EARLY ENOUGH
SO THAT, THE. ABSTRACT MAN HAS REASONABLE TIME IN
WHICH TO DO HIS RESEARCH WORK ",
Horida title and abstract corporation
Account of Christmas Holidays
ATLANTA AST L
STANDARD RAILROAD OF, THE SOUTH
Tickets sold Dec. 17th to 25th inclusive, limited to reach original
starting point my midnight January 10th.
For rates or other information, call on any A. C. L. Ticket Agent or
J. G. KIRKLAND, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
Put Your Ad.
in the Star.
LINE OF LOOSE-WILES'
sure to be made of the very best to be had if you buy your FRUITS at our store
season we have been especially careful in our selections for the Holidays.
; Everything for. your .FRUIT
. "Cream" Flour, New Orleans Molasses, "Clover Blcom" Butter, Granulated Sugar
' Seeded Raisins, Currants, Dates, Citron, Lemon Peel, Orange Peel, Cyrstalized Cherries. IT
; Shelled Walnuts, Shelled Almonds, Brazil' Nuts, Florida Pecans, Spices of All IKinds
SCHOOL OF MUSKETRY
AI FORI SILL
An Important Part of the Infantry i
Fort Sill, Okla., Dec. 20. The
School of Musketry of the United
States army the only school of its
kind in the country will open at the
reservation here shortly before the
first of January. The exact date has
not been decided upon, as the new
buildings which are to house the
school have not yet been fully com completed.
pleted. completed. The school is for the training of of officers
ficers officers and non-commissioned officers
of the army in directing and controll controlling
ing controlling the fire of bodies of troops and
in the systematic handling and infor information
mation information of troops under fire. Individ Individual
ual Individual marksmanship is not taught. The
school was organized last July. It
was located at Fort Sill because of
the presence here of the School of
Fire for Field Artillery, with which
it cooperates, and because of the to topography
pography topography and extent of the local res reservation,
ervation, reservation, which i3 the largest in the
country. Later on, the war depart department
ment department intends to install regimental
schools in each post and then the in institution
stitution institution here will be turned into a
normal school for the training of
The idea of mass firing, as opposed
to individual marksmanship, was first
conceived by an Italian general about
twenty years ago. It was developed
by the Germans and finally adopted
by. the other European countries
and musketry schools now are estab established
lished established in all European armies.
The first investigation of the pos possibilities
sibilities possibilities of mass firing was made
this dountry seven years ago at
Fort Leavenworth, Kansas. Captain
H. Eames, now assistant command commandant
ant commandant of the school at Fort Sill, -was
selected to take charge of the work.
He found nothing in' the English lan language
guage language on the subject. The problems
and formulas which he worked out
now comprise the textbook for the
army. The results of test' lessons
conducted under simulated war condi conditions
tions conditions have demonstrated the practic practicability
ability practicability of the theory and the need of
thoroughly trained officers, according
to army officials. They point out
that two years ago at the annual
rifle meet at Camp Perry, xOhio, a
company of the best civilian marks marksmen
men marksmen was formed to fire in competition
with a company chosen at random
from the army. The army shooters,
although composed of only average in individual
dividual individual marksmen were commanded
by an officer trained in mass firing.
The civilians were easily defeated.
; The reservation at i Fort Sill is a
rolling prairie, particularly adapted
to rifle practice at concealed targets.
Besides being taught range finding
and fire control, the officers are taught
the art of concealing troops from fire
and the most advantageous methods
of formation in moving" a body of
FRUIT CAKES-1 POUND AND UP."
CAKES and PUDDINGS.
& PHONE 434
1 1 FOR
Mem audi Bys
IJHILE thinking of ChristmasPresents for
IMto and Boys it is just as Veil to think
of something really useful to them. In order
to help out in your purchases we herewith
suggest some that are useful and will be ap appreciated
preciated appreciated by the recipient: ;
MEN'S SUITS from. $10 to $25
1 pair best silk socks for .$1 .00
4 pairs assorted socks for .$1.00
2 pairs silk socks for.. .$1.00
Fancy Vests, new designs, all sizes,
from .$2.50 to $4.00
Fancy suspenders .25c to $1.00
V STORE OPEN EVENINGS
i j. o
troops across a fire-swept field, or
against an enemy position.
V The school is divided into five class classes
es classes and composed of fifteen field of officers,
ficers, officers, thirty company and troop oj
ficers, fifteen machine gun officers and
one hundred and ten non-commissioned
officers, t The field officers above
the, rank of captain are being train trained
ed trained as instructors to command the reg regimental
imental regimental schools which are -to be established.-
Colonel R. M. Blatchf ord
is commandant of the school. In ad addition
dition addition to teaching "rifle and machine
gun fire, the school is entrusted with
the testing of new rifles, targets and
MAKE 'IT AN ELECTRICAL X-MAS
Ocala's electricity rate is the lowest
of any town in Florida, so why not
make X-mas presents of ; electrically
operated utensils for the house? Sew Sewing
ing Sewing machine motors $15 installed. H
W. Tucker. 18-6t
Syrup cans, all
Beautiful display of Ladies' and
Men's Hats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky
Fresh i Rape seed just received
the Ocala Seed Store. 9-tf
For electric light globes see the
Marion Hardware Company. 11-16
Initial Linnen Handkerchiefs
doz to a box for. ... .$1 .50
Ties in Xmas boxes, nobby designs,
from .. ..... 25c to $1.00
BELTS, each ...... 2 5c to $ 1 .5 0
FULL LINE OF FULL DRESS
ACCESSORIES, VESTS, COL COLLARS,
LARS, COLLARS, SHIRTS AND TIES.
THE GREATEST HOT WEATHER COMFORT IS THE CHEAPEST
A block of our ice will do more to keep you cool and healthy during
this hot weather than anything else and the cost is the merest trifle.
Keep your refrigerator well chaiged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocala Ice &
GOING ROUND THE WORLD.
The Gain or Loss of One Whole Day In
Making the Trip.
In sailing around the world eastward
the days are each a little less than
twenty-four hours, according to the
speed of the ship, as the sun is met a
little earlier every morning. These lit little
tle little differences -added together will
amount to twenty-four hours. This
gives the sailors an extra day-not'iii
imaginatiou. but as an actual fact.
They will have done an extra day's
work, eaten an extra day's ration of
food and enjoyed an extra night's
On the other hand, in sailing west westward
ward westward the sun is overtaken a little each
day. and so each day is rather longer
than twenty-four hours, and clocks and
watches are found to be too fast This
also will amount in sailing ground the
Si i I I"'v v
SUITS from ..J $4 to $10
....15c to 50c
Bath Robes, in Crash- and "Wool,
each, from, ..... $4.00 to- $7.00
Outing Night Shirts and Pajamas,
all sizes, from.. $1.00 to $1.50
world to tae point of Teiarture ti one"
whole day by which the reckoning has has-fallen
fallen has-fallen in arrears.' The eastern 'hound
ship. then, ha iraiued a day. nn. the
western bottud h has lust one.
This stranse fart, clearly worked ou.
leaas to the apparent paradox that the -Grst
named ship has a ; gain of two two-whole
whole two-whole days over the latter, if we. sup suppose
pose suppose them to have departed from port
and returned ;. together. Westminster'
Offic ii National Anthem.
Do j-ou ki jv the olDcial tiational an anthem,
them, anthem, which is supptisetl to bring the
patriot, to his. feet?.,.
No doubt you think you do. even, as
more than two or three Americans are.'
gathered together, that no one knows
more than u phrase' -or two of tb& .-.
words, but do you rise for "Hail Co-.
jumbia." .My Country. 'Tis of frbee.':
or the "Star Spangled Banner?" '""
Of course I hear the army and navy,,
folk, familiar with regulatjoris. say
"Star Spangled Banner;" but. -Judging
from the actions of audiences at vaude-i
ville and movie shows recently; with
most it is a tossup between all threej
with the -odds favoring evenly "Hail
Columbia" and "My Country." Which I
one is it, do you really know? Phlla- j
delphia Ledger. i
Why You Should Use Chamberlain's
. Cough Remedy
Because it has an established repu
tation won by its good works.
Because it ; is most esteemed by
those who have used it for many
years, as occasion required, and are
best acquainted with its good quali
uecause it loosens and relieves a
cold and aids nature in restoring the
system to a healthy condition.
Because it does not contain opium or
any other narcotic
Because it is within the reach of all.
It only costs a quarter. Obtainable
Sufficient Unto Himself.
What the superior man seeks is tn
himself; rvhat the small man seeks I
la others. Confucius.
Our Christmas stock of Ivory Pyra-!
lin has arrived and we have the best
stock ever. Gerig's. tf
Call and see the new electric globe.
at the Marion Hardware Co. 11-15
See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
E. C. Jordan & Co.
Funeral Directors and -Licensed
WILBUR W C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
OCALA EVENING STAR MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, i915
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAY EXCEPT SUNDAY
BITTINGER & CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
B. R. Carroll, General Moager Port V. Leavengood, Business Manager
J. H. Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postoffice as second class matter
One year, in advance ........ $8.00
Six months, in advance. ...... 4.25 (
Three months, in advance. ... 25
One month, in advance....... .80
One year,' in advance ....... $5.00
Six months, in advance ...... 2-50
Three months, in advance.... 1.25
One month, in advance .50
You have only four more days in
which to do your Christmas shopping.
Young ladies at a church fair in
-Indiana sold kisses at 5 cents each.
'They were genuine jitney busses.
The report of a quarrel among the
celebrities on Ford's ; peace ship
strengthens our faith in human na-
A telegram from EI Paso says that
Villa has given up the fight, instruct instructed
ed instructed his folowing to disperse and will
. probably seek refuge in the United
Most of the ladies in town were
-busy Sunday reading the reports of
the Wilson-Gait wedding, and we
would cheerfully give a dollar a col column
umn column for a truthful report of their
If you love your fellow man like
you should, hustle your Christmas
presents into the postoffice as fast as
you can, and don't keep the boys at
work thirty-six hours on a stretch at
:,Che latter end of this week.
People should visit the Temple pic pic-,tnre
,tnre pic-,tnre show just as often as they can
afford it. Its a' public institution and
. a public benefit, and there is no other
. place where people can obtain as
much recreation for the same amount
, .pf money.
course, but believes, as all nonest
newspapers must believe, that it has
no moral right to help to create bus
iness for liquor houses when its com
munity has voted against legalizing
the traffic It" will be interesting to
see if the prohibition business men
of Marion county back up their plau plaudits
dits plaudits of the Star's course by liberal
advertising Miami Metropolis.
Some of them are doing so.
TOURIST TOWN OR
; ; Vf,-.
The negro Turner, who killed "Dad"
Avery at Gainesville some weeks ago,
and was arrested in Washington City,
.vivas confessed the crime, but has em em-.rployea
.rployea em-.rployea a lawyer, who will fight extra extra-,
, extra-, dition proceedings. If the authori authori-ties
ties authori-ties are not careful, f Turner will be
lynched when he is brought to Flor Flor-ida.
ida. Flor-ida. Old man Avery was very popu popular,
lar, popular, and indignation against his mur murderer
derer murderer is very strong.
Some people are kicking because
there isn't such a crowd on the streets
Saturday night as when the saloons
were open. There are just as many
people in the country, and just as
much money. If the people 'buy their
goods earlier and go home, they are
that much to the good. Ocala's mer merchants
chants merchants and clerks would be better off
if they could shut up at 8 o'clock
every Saturday night.
There are two worthy objects to
which you should give special help
tiiis week. One is the work of the
King's Daughters in providing the
destitute with good Christmas din-
ners and other things that they need.
The other is the civic Christmas tree,
which will mean the greatest fun to
. the greatest number of people in
town. Both are most worthy objects,
Knd you don't have to slight one be-
; cause you help the 'other.
The Florida- Methodists, at their
tneeting in Tampa Saturday morning
selected Ocala as the place for their
conference, next year. Ocala, has one
of the strongest Methodist churches
in the state. It also rejoices in a fra fraternal
ternal fraternal feeling-, among the different
denominations, which causes them to
unite on such, occasions as a confer conference
ence conference or ik convention, and open all
tfieir churches and homes to the vis visitors.
itors. visitors. The entire city will be glad to
.see the Methodists, of the state next
year.' ; C'.tZ. .;
That interview of a certain business
man with a Star reporter, which ap appeared
peared appeared in Friday's paper, caused con considerable
siderable considerable comment, some of it not
Some of our leading business men,
and some of our society leaders, say
they don't care for Ocala to be a
tourist town. They prefer for it to
be a twelve-months in the year town,
as it is now.
To a most extent, the Star agrees
with them. We don't, care to see
Ocala become as the most noted tour tourist
ist tourist towns, in which there is a rush
four months and stagnation eight
months in the year, where during the
season the visitor is everybody and
the citizen nobody, and where a large
proportion of the population has its
hand out for tips.
But we would like for Ocala to
have a few hundred tourists of the
better, steadier sort every season of
the kind of people who would be win winter
ter winter residents rather than tourists,
who would practically settle among
us and become our friends several
months every year.' We hare a few
of that sort now, and find them agree
able. : If we had four or five hundred,
the quantity would not cause the qual
ity to deteriorate. y
As for the gentleman's views on the
railway line to Silver Springs, they
are also sharply attacked by advo advocates
cates advocates of municipal ownership, who
want to see the line built and operat operated
ed operated by the city; who say that if it was
leased by a company of business men,
they would be more likely to play into
the hands of the railroads than if it
remained in direct public control.
The .gentleman's views are his own,
and he will probably some day defend
them. In the meantime the Star
wants to see the line built. If it was
managed as well as Joe Caldwell
manages the electric plant, and Mr.
Campbell manages the water works,
we think it could thrive in control of
the, city. If the people ever vote a
gang of grafters into power on the
council, they will play', smash with
every public ; utility. If the people
want to own their public utilities,
Here is a Store Full of Un Unusual
usual Unusual Christmas Gift Oppor Opportunities,
tunities, Opportunities, and we cordially
invite you to come and see how easy it
is to solve your gift problems, through the
aid of the many suggestions we offer.
Economy is certain and satisfaction assured, and, the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure of selecting very real, because we have anticipated your
by choosing from the many lines offered us, articles, which
we felt certain would please you and meet your needs.
If it is to be a practical gift,
why not make it a good pair of
shoes? Mother, Father, Sister,
Big Brother and even the little
tots will appreciate a remem remembrance
brance remembrance of this character. We
have bought and now have on
display, extensive exhibits of
gift footwear of a quality that
we can vouch for and in a
range of styles to satisfy those
most discriminating in their
Many new mid-season styles
have been add5d to our ready ready-to
to ready-to wear department. All ad admirers
mirers admirers of distinctive apparel
should see this holiday display
which includes the very new newest
est newest models forbofh women and
of All A S UI T OR
No matter what other
gifts you intend to give
father or brother, you
should includex in the
list a new suit or over overcoat
coat overcoat "and from our very
complete showing of the
newest and best styles,
it is exceptionally easy
to find just what, you
would like to give at a
price you would want to
pay. Bring his old coat
we'll get the size from it.
ffiG&ftS3$ifei r I Vtr J
Choose your Christmas here at "Store of Bargains
and you will have more Christmas presents to give and
more in your purse. Our low prices save you money
on everything you buy.
A Square Store on the Square
they must look,, after them and keep
honest and competent men in charge
of their government.
OCALA" MARBLE WORKS
; HAVE CHANGED HANDS
A lot .of Serbian and Bulgarian re re-.
. re-. cruit3 fought well without eighteen
months of military education. Times Times-Union.
Union. Times-Union. SerbU nd Bulgaria, according to
the Times-Union's dispatches, which
we have ; religiously read since 1886,
haven't" had anything butnilitary
education and actual fighting, for the
last naif a dozen years. Military ser-
m t 1 1 V
vice ior aDie-Doaiea maies, nas uw
almost universal in the Balkan na
tions since they began to prepare for
their war with Turkey, said prepara preparations
tions preparations beginning in 1910, if not earlier.
We are afraid the T.-U. is too much
given to shaping its facts to suit its
No more liquor advertisements will
t be taken by the Ocala Star after its
.present contracts expire. The Star will
suffer a big financial loss by this
V PROMINENT ORLANDO
for Severe Cold with Cough.
Orlando, Fk. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery has certainly proved of
trie oest oi service
to me in the case of
a severe cold, with
cough and tight tightness
ness tightness of the chest.
;.. Any one so afflicted
knows tne many
nonnpeted with it.
tfO I had exposed my-
ment weather while
doing my farm work. I was not a strong
man, and was in a run-down condition.
Had tired, wornout feelings all the time,
and mv debilitv was so as to make my
daily duties very laborious. The only
relief I got was from Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, and I am pleased to
rwmmmend it to others." Mr. John
Nichols. 404 Lona St.. Orlando, Fla.
The best time to cure a cough is when it
starts. Ordinarily, a few doses of Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery will
cure a cough at the beginning. But even
when the cough is deep-seated and the
hodv is wasted bv emaciation. Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery will in most
cases effect a permanent cure.
Get Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis
covery to-day from any medicine dealer;
it is a powerful blood purifier, so pene pene-tratine
tratine pene-tratine that it even gets at the impure
deposits in the joints and carries them out
of the svstem.
Depend upon this grand remedy to
sive you the kind of blood that makes
iie skin clear, the mind alert, the vision
kppner. and puts ambition and energy
into the entire body. You 'will not be
disappointed. For tree advice or free
hooklet on blood, write Dr. V. M. Pierce.
Buffalo. N. Y.
j In sickness and U2aith send for the
People's Common Sense Medical Adviser.
A bl- of 1008 pacr?. 8-nd 3 dimes to
Dr. ricrce, L-jvdids' Hotel, iiuifalo, JN. Y.
The Ocala Marble Works on North
Magnolia street one of Ocala s old oldest
est oldest business institutions, established
over a quarter of a century ago-by
Mr. A. J. Leavengood, was last week
purchased by Mr. Leavengood's sons,
Messrs. Port V. Leavengood and
Emory W. Leavengood.
Mr. A. J. Leavengood has been liv
ing at Stanton for the past year or so,
while his son, Mr. Emory Leaven Leavengood,
good, Leavengood, managed the business, and
realizing that it' was a good business
if properly managed and energized,
the young men made their father a
proposition to purchase the business,
which was accepted.
Mr. Emory Leavengood is a practi-
just as well be made in Ocala, as
cheap or cheaper, and yet at a profit
to them, and will use every legitimate
method in future to get his work and
make the monuments at home to
mark kthe last resting place of the
dead of our own people.
Mr. Port Leavengood will continue
as heretofore business manager of the
The Star wishes the new firm all
success in its work, and trusts the
public will first get its prices and de designs
signs designs before sending away for marble
or granite work, or for plain or orna ornamental
mental ornamental iron fencing, all of which the
firm will carry, design, make and set
K. J. WEIHE, PRESIDENT
TRADES AND LABOR COUNCIL
We are prepared to ship you the famous Crystal River Oysters,
than which there are no finer on earth at the following prices:
Choice Selected, per Gal. $1.25
Choice Selected, per bbl. $2.00
All shelled oysters are shipp ed in sealed tins and reach you as
fresh as when taken from the water. We solicit your orders.
GULF FISH & OYSTER CO.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
One of the earnest, active men of
the musicians, union is K. J. Weihe,
at present a delegate to the trades
i : v a m In ftouncil and president thereof,
cal and skilled marble cutter, design-
er and engraver and will be in active
management of the business in future,
as he has in the past, year.
Mr. Port Leavengood, the business
manager of the Ocala Star, will use
It is said that "good things come m
small .packages." Weihe is proof
thereof.. -He is a big man in every everything
thing everything that goes to make a man and
does his best under all circumstances.
;The musicians' union can be certain
j v -x- 1 mi TiQ that the rest of the unions think a3
and soliciting skill in pushing that
. i.., x much of Weihe as they do. lne Ar-
end of the business, while their trav-
W solicitor and azent. Mr. H. W.
Douglass .K of Shady, who has been
with the firm in that capacity for a
number of years, will go on the road
and put in all his time in future for
OFFICIAL TEST IN PROGRESS
Under the auspices of the American
Automobile Association, an interest interesting
ing interesting test is being made at Los Angel-
The Messrs. Leavengood, in, this! es, with a Maxwell touring car. The
business established by their father j car has been run continuously and
so long ago, see a very profitable without a motor stop, since noon, Nov.
outlook. It has done well in the past, 22, covering more than 500 miles
but they expect to do much better,; daily and making an amazing per perusing
using perusing some modern business methods j formance in supply efficiency. Official
to build up the business. I observers occupy the car, both day and
Thev have seen a great many j mgnt.
IS Admits 'of No; Detoaf e I
pieces of work in their line bought
from marble dealers in Jacksonville,
Tampa and other places that could
See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
PROTECTION from FIRE LOSS
Is of Even
IMPORTANCE TO YOU
Than the protection of the Country's
I represent the following compan companies:
ies: companies: Insurance Co. of N. A.; Hanover
of N. Y Equitable Fire & Marine,
New Jersey Fire, Rhode Island Fire,
Count Fire of Philadelphia, Wes Wes-chester.of
chester.of Wes-chester.of N. Y., Nord-Deuteche of
Hamburg, First National of U. S.
E:: M. OSBORN
HOLDER BUILDING OCALA. FLA.
Advertise in the Star.
OCALA EVENING ST AH, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1915
Today' At TIks
MARGUERITE CLARK IN
PRODUCED BY THE FAMOUS PLAYERS FILM CO.
Admission from 3:30 to 6 p. m., 5 andlOc; from 6 to 10:30 p. m. 10.20c
- Until Christmas our store will
be open until 8:30 p.m. for the ac-
uummuuciuuii ui uui menus.
Rheinauer &- Co.
Richelieu Catsups and
L : f Vivi Very Fine
Richelieu Queen Olives
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Let uf contribute all these to the feast and make
it a perfect one
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'JEWELRY' JEWELRY IS THE THING TO GIVE FOR
IT HAS MORE L-O-V-E IN IT.
TIS "SENTIMENT" THAT MAKES LIFE SWEET, GIVE
CHRISTMAS PRESENTS TO THOSE YOU CHERISH, THEIR AP APPRECIATION
PRECIATION APPRECIATION WILL BE THE DEAREST THING IN LIFE TO YOU.
AND THEY WILL ENJOY AND ESTEEM THEIR PRESENTS
WHEN THEY COME FROM OUR STORE; OUR NAME ASSURES
WE MAKE "QUALITY" RIGHT; THEN THE PRICE RIGHT.
A. E. BURNETT
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
IF YOU HAVE AN ITEM FOR THIS DEPARTMENT, PHONE 106
The Reliable Jeweler
'Thought for the Day
I call that day a perfect day
When love has filled the space
With all the bright and burning ray
Of its idyllic grace.
And whether we have won or lost,
And whether we have gained or
Some failure at some awful cost
Upon the winds that may have
It shall go down in soul's account
As terfect still, if love was there
To help us from our shadows mount,
And hide us from our mortal care.
A perfect day a day that gleams
Not only with the light of God,
But one that puts love's light of
Within the bosom of the clod.
"Wildcats" Again Victorious
The basketball game Saturday aft
ernoon between the "Wildcats" and
the Orlando high school team result
ed in tha. home team winning by a
score of 46 to 5. The "Wildcats"
have not lost a game this season and
their final scores are getting larger
while that of the opponents is small
The game was played at Camp's
court, beginning at 3 o'clock.
The line-ups were as follows:
Orlando: Forwards, Maud Pugh
and Fannie Tucker; centers, Winnie
Fisher and Fannie Taylor; guards,
Lois Pedrick and Elena Gould.
Ocala: Centers, Kathleen Leitner,
Leslie Jackson; guards, Blair Wood-
row, Nettie Camp; forwards, Callie
Gissendaner, Lilian Smith; substi
tutes, Sidney Perry, Louise Spencer,
Umpire, Miss Bertha Smith, time
keeper, Mr. Clarence Camp; scorer,
E. C. Smith Jr.; referee, Mr. Henry
The game was witnessed by a large
number of interested fans.
Mrs. Edwards, who has been mak making
ing making an extended visit to relatives at
Williston, has returned to spend
Christmas withfher daughter, Mrs.
Maude Horn and her children.
Dr. and Mrs. James Montgomery
of Elizabeth town, Ky., will be Janu January
ary January visitors, arriving the first of the
month to visit their son-in-law and
daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick
Miss Margaret Taylor, a member
of the Valdosta normal school faculty,
Valdosta, Ga., has arrived to spend
the holidays at home.
Mr. Stiles McDoughal of Long
Grove, Ky., is the guest for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the winter of his daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. L. W. Duval.
Miss Sarah Pearl Martin, a senior
at Washington Seminary, Atlanta,
arrived yesterday. She was accom accompanied
panied accompanied by her schoolmate Miss Mil Mildred
dred Mildred Woodward of Colleger-Park, Ga.,
who will be her attractive guest dur during
ing during the holidays. Miss Martin and
guest and Mr. W. M. Martin, when
he arrives Friday from Georgia Tech,
will be with their father, Mr. J. Ri
Martin! at the Ocala House.
Mrs. Etta Robinson has returned
from a pleasant fortnight visit to
Miss Byrd Wartmann left last night
for New York City to spend the holi holidays.
Mrs. Angie Ford of Mayfield, Ky.,
and Miss Pearl Ford of Dade City,
are guests of their daughter and sis sister,
ter, sister, Miss Goldie Ford at the dormi dormitory.
Mrs. C. H. Lloyd is convalescing
from a severe sprain sustained sev several
eral several days ago. -"
Rev. Richard Dodge is expected to
arrive tonight from Clearwater to
spend Christmas with Mrs. Dodge.
Mrs. E. M. Finch is in Montgom Montgomery,
ery, Montgomery, Ala., the guest of her parents.
She will be joined for Christmas by
Mr. and Mrs. A. F. Adcock and
children and the former's sister, Miss
Rena Kate Adcock motored -up from
St. Petersburg yesterday to visit Mrs.
Adcock's parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. E.
McClane until after Christmas. Mr.
Adcock left for home this morning
and will return Saturday.
Mrs. H. A. Waterman left this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Jacksonville to visit her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Potter
for ten days. Mr. Waterman will
join his wife Christmas morning for
a week-end visit.
The Bishop of Georgia and Mrs.
Reese have formally announced the
engagement of their daughter Louise,
to Mr Henry S. Gibbs of Atlanta,
the wedding to take place the latter
part of January in Christ church,
Savannah. The bride-elect is a sister
of Mrs. F. H. Craighill of Wythe Wythe-ville,
ville, Wythe-ville, Va., formerly of Gainesville.
Mrs. Craighill will witness the cere
Major and Mrs. Izlar to Celebrate
Golden Wedding Anniversary
Tomorrow, December 21, Major and
Mrs L. T. Izlar will celebrate their
golden wedding anniversary, having
on that date been married fifty years.
In honor of Major and Mrs. Izlar
and the important event, their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. C. L. Anderson, will enter
at dinner at her attractive home on
Fort King Ave. Her guests will in
clude only the relatives of her part nts
in this city: J
"-Na? couple in Ocala during their
residence has made a wider circle of
admiring friends than Major and Mrs.
Izlar, whd moved to the city about
twenty years ago from South Carolina
and the Star joins their friends in
extending them the heartiest of best
wishes for a happy celebration tomor tomorrow
row tomorrow and in wishing them many more
Mrs. Graham to Entertain
Monday afternoon Mrs. John Gra
ham, will entertain informally honor
ing her cousin, Mrs. Allison Wart
mann, of Citra, and her trio of at-1
tractive house guests, Miss Mabel!
Meek, of Warren, Ark.; Miss Flora
May Bridewell of Malvern, Ark.; and
Miss Alma Buchanan, of Stamps,
Ark. The afternoon with the hostess
is being anticipated with much pleas
ure by those invited.
Tag Day, Saturday, resulted in
$123.10 being raised for the Marion
County hospital. Tomorrow evening
Mr. E. C. Bennett will give a per
cent pf the Temple receipts to the
Woman's Auxilliary Board to be us used
ed used in the charity "department. A
number of delightful vocal numbers
will be given between the pictures
and especially for the occasion Mr.
Bennett has selected a splendid pro program
gram program of pictures. The price of ad admission
mission admission will be 5 and 10 cents. Help
the hospital by attending.
Ocala's group of attractive girls
attending the Woman's College, Talla Tallahassee,
hassee, Tallahassee, arrived home early "Sunday
morning for the; holidays, school dis dismissing
missing dismissing sooner than it first planned.
The young ladies are Misses Gladys
Martin, Mabel Meffert, Theo and
Gladys Wallis,, Mildred Essex, Annie
Pope Eagleton and Rexie Todd.
Mrs. J. M. Dell of Gainesville was
hostess last week at one of the love loveliest
liest loveliest bridge parties of the season, en entertaining
tertaining entertaining seven tables of players.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Kramer Cele Celebrated
brated Celebrated their twentieth wedding an anniversary
niversary anniversary Sunday with a bounteous
turkey dinner, inviting Mr. and Mrs.
F. W. Cook and sons, John and Ed Edward,
ward, Edward, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Yonce, Mrs.
Lester Lucas and -Mrs. Haskell of
Belleview to enjoy it with them.
Mrs. C. E. Connor was in the city
Saturday from her Lake Weir home,
visiting' her daughter, Mrs. B. F.
Condon, and doing some Christmas
Miss Mary Connor, who was in
town Saturday and Sunday, for her
upual week-end visit, will return from
Gainesville tomorow, for the holi holi-davs.
Honoring her sister, Mrs. Ernest
Mansfield of Ocala, who is spending
the holiday season here, Miss May
Bradshaw extended a pretty courtesy
yesterday afternoon to a number of
friends who enjoyed the afternoon
with their hostesses in their Ingleside
avenue home. Fancy work kept the
fingers busy and a delicious luncheon
was served. St. Petersburg Inde Independent
pendent Independent Miss Bradshaw was a visitor to
Ocala in October, attending the Con Confederate
federate Confederate reunion.
Mrs. H. A. Fausett's friends will
regret to hear of her illness at Drl
Rogers' sanitarium in Jacksonville,
where she went for treatment Satur Saturday
day Saturday accompanied by Mr. Fausett.
"The very inclement weather today
did not mar the pleasure of the mem-1
bers of the Young Ladies. Auction Club
who assembled at 3 o'clock with Miss
Hester Dewey to enjoy their weekly
play which was deferred from Friday,
but on the other hand it enhanced the
coziness of the rooms in which the
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flWLY THE BEST
As regular as comes Christmas, comes Her hope for
Mere candy may please Her- but nothing compares with
HnylerSr Her ideal of Candy Excellence.
It's not only true in Ocala but Nation-wide and Inter International
national International is the knowledge of Huylcrs Superiority.
Don't have her think "He might have sent HaylegsV
be assured complete appreciation by sending the best.
Special Holiday Boxes and
Delivirles Anytime, Anyw&ere
Tv.- W. -TROCILER-' .'
B. Ue Y. Shoes for Xiiai
U. 1. Might M Do S
E intend to reduce our stock of
Men's, Boys' and Children's
Shoes, and enlarge our Ladies' lines
for spring. In order to do so we ask
you to make a note of the following
prices which will prevail until these
lines are closed out:
65 prs. Children's Shoes
sizes 12 to 2, former
price $2.25, $2.50 and
$3, we offer (TO fin
them at 4.UU
44 prs Boys Shoes, sizes
12 to 2, former price
$2 and $2.25, M 7C
to close at -. 'v
3 1 pr Children's Shoes,
size 8 1-2 to 11, for former
mer former price $2 M 7C
$2.75, to close d I J
42 pr Boy's Shoes, sizes
10 to 2, former price
$2.25, $2.50 frO On
to clqse---i LmJ3
16 pr Childrens' Shoes, sizes' 8 1-2 toll, for- C Eft
mer price $2, to close......
All Ladies' Pumps and Slippers,
To Close, at Actual Cost
16 prs Men's $3.50 Shoes,
to close we of-TQ Aft
fer them at P0.UU
50 pr Men's $4 CO Cfj
Shoes to close4"-JU
20 pr Men's $5 ?A OC
Entire $4.50 line for
Men will be (?A flfV
closed for-. P-UU
10. prs Men's Full Dress Gun Metal Pumps, (TO EH
former price $5, to close. P 0. JU
Give us a 'chance and we will
"Give You Fils"
little's Sloe Parlor
ONLY SHOE STORE IN OCALA
Commercial Bank Block Ocala, Fla.
CAPITAL STOCK 350,000.00.
Stale, County and City Depository.
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1915
BARNEY'S PET CUR
With Signs and All, a Bold Thief
Drove the Maxwell into Oblivion
A VVELL-KHOVH VEHICLE
all over the west notified of the loss
of the car and will offer a reward for ;.
information leading to it3 return, if j
it does not turn up in a few days j
PUBLIC SCHOOLS DEPARTMENT
Conducted by Lilian Smith and West West-lake
lake West-lake Hollinrake
A- c. :tii,ijULE
Had Crossed Contintent Twice and
Was Prominent Figure in Many
Los Angeles, Cal., Dec. 20. Local
police court annals contain many a
stoiy illustrating the carefree way in
which the motor car thief operates.
None, however, approaches the bare
faced impudence of the man who, a
few nights ago, stepped into Barney
Oldfield's famous pet; Maxwell tour touring
ing touring car and drove it away into obliv oblivion.
ion. oblivion. -That
any of the motor brigands
should deem is possible to purloin
Barney's car, staggers the imaginar
tion of theloeal cafe -proprietor and
his friends; That the attempt could
be made successfully-is indeed a blow.
Barney's car is probably the best
known motor vehicle in:Los 'Angles.
On it the "dean of the circuit chasers
'has lavished several varieties of
With characteristic speed demon
modesty he has decorated it freely
with signs and legends. "Barney
' Oldfield Official car" appears on each
side in chaste gold lettering.
Such was the car the bold thief
calmly picked for booty and "lifted.'
' -Oldfield himself is heartbroken ov
er the loss of his cherished person
al chariot. He insists hopefully, how
ever, that the car cannot be long hid
den and that, despite the great array
of Maxwells in Southern California,
hp himself would be able to pick out
his property, no matter how thorough
an effort had been made to disguise
it, Dire punishment is also in: store
lur nits ruuuei. l may cvcu wac wic
form of personal violence.
"Why just think" coments the vet veteran.
eran. veteran. "I bought that car in El Paso,
early in the spring, it s been as far
, east as .New York, as far into the
northwest as Tacoma and it's stopped
off in most points in between. Its
been tender for my race cars at every
big track in the country and its car carried
ried carried me around every day it wasn't
enroute by rail. v :
"Ive paid around $2,000 in express
and freight charges on it. I just .love
that automobile. Why Mrs. Oldfield
waited me to trade it in as' part pay payment
ment payment for- a 1916 Maxwell with winter
top! X wouldn't do it. I tught-her
the car she wanted and kept my own.
Now its gone." ;-
Barney" is having Maxwell dealers
Trains of tr.e Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters-
burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. S8, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-jim),
jim), (Sunny-jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 at m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Paiatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson
ville, 12:54-1 :14'p. m. :
No. -48, Homosassa to. Ocala, 1:05
' No. 49, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:25
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday
Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
" No, 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m. :C:(',' 4--'';v
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny (Sunny-jiir),
jiir), (Sunny-jiir), Tuesday, Inursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 9:50 p. m.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RDNT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
WANTED -At once, a crew of men
to do sawmill and tram road work.
Limestone Manufacturing Co., Lime Limestone;
stone; Limestone; Fla. ;' 14-tf
FOR RENT Store room now being
used by the pawn shop. Possession dn
January 1st. Apply "at Pawn Shop,
Ocala, Fla. 9-6t
WOOD We can deliver on short
notice any kind of wood, pine or oak.
Converse Mill. Phone 234, 3-tf
LOST One mtrilum sized, black and
white pointer dog, named Mack. Black
spots on head, back and over tail.
Toes of left hind foot crushed. Runs
occasionally on three feet. Last seen
;about ten days ago with Mr. Goldy
Barnes on Shady Grove road. Infor Information
mation Information leading to his return reward rewarded.
ed. rewarded. George MacKay, Ocala. 9-tf.
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G, Gates. 10-9-tf
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FOR RENT One of the best located
stores and best stands in the city, lo located
cated located on the public square," is for
rent. January 1st. Apply to B. Gold Goldman,
man, Goldman, Ocala, Fla. dly-wky-tf
FOR RENT Well located and nicely
furnished rooms in residence next to
the Colonial ; also for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Inquire at the Colonial. 7tf
LOST AY small unmarked Jersey
milk cow; strayed from my premises
in Ocala -on Wednesday night.. Re Reward
ward Reward for information leading to her
recovery. R. A; JJurford, Ocala. 18-tf
FOR RENT Six-room cottage; bath
with hot and cold water; all modern
conveniences ; one door south of Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club building on North Tusca Tusca-willa
willa Tusca-willa street. Apply to Mrs. Jake
Brown, phone 162. 18-6t
r Big Assortment of Dishes and
Platters at FISHEl3. 3t-wky
IWOOTAKERS and EWlAmh
J'WONfcS 47. 104, 305
The Wildcats gave a sandwich sale (
on the school grounds Thursday, put-f
ting into practice what they have
learned in domestic science.
William Fielding was able to retrun
to school Monday after a week's ill illness.
The school house roof has been un under
der under repair the past week. Several
leaks nad appeared and tnese were
The Christmas program Friday was
a great success. There were several
visitors present among them Supt.
Brinson and three representatives of
the class of 1912. The following
Song; by the school."
Oration Spirit of Christmas; Inez
. Letter to Santa ; Claus from the
ninth grade ; Allen Hollinrake.
. Letter to Santa Claus from the
tenth grade; George Newsom.
The Ruggles' Dinner .Party; Miss
Hill and assistants.
: Violin Solo; E. C. Smith.
JLetter to Santa Claus from eleventh
grade.; Florence Leitner.
Letter to Santa Claus from the
twelfth grade; Annie Moorehead. :
H Quartette- Holy Night. ;f; ; V
; A short, talk was given by Leslie
Anderson, president of -the Class of
1912. ., ;..-;Y v.;-.-': 7;.;;
..The school renders its -thanks to
those boys who i got the holly : with
which the school was prettily decora decorated.
ted. decorated. r: y,(.- ', 0.
Only two teachers from the high
school are going away for their
Christmas holiday; Miss Godby- to
Waldo and Miss Geiger to Gainesville.
Both are going to spend their Christ Christmas
mas Christmas with their parents.
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HERE you will find many attractive articles "for Holiday Gifts Many unusual
and distinctive designs have been secured for this season's business.
Watches Necklaces Bracelets Diamonds
. Brooches Cufi Buttons Lave Hi res Rings
Lockets Emblem Pins Scarf Pins Watch Fobs Cut Glass
Sterling Silver Solid Gold Valdemar and Coat Cr airs Fire C hira Waie
. COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU OUR LINE
J. E. ALLEMAND,
Next to Express Off ice
North Main St.
MARGUERITE CLARK AT
THE TEMPLE TONIGHT
Marguerite Clark, one of the most
charming and talented youthful stars
of the American 'stage,' the famous
star of "Baby Mine" and "Prunella"
and who also scored marwedly in the
favor of motion picture audiences in
her first film characterization, "Wild "Wild-flower,"
flower," "Wild-flower," even surpasses the great
success of that role in her Second ap
pearance in motion pictures in, "The
Crucible," by Mark Lee Luther.
The film adaptation of this cele celebrated
brated celebrated story, produced in five reels by
the Famous Players Film Co. and .ap .appearing
pearing .appearing on the Paramount program at
the Temple Monday afternoon andev andev-ening,
ening, andev-ening, is one of the most stirring photo-plays
ever presented. Combined
with the lovable qualities and appre appreciable
ciable appreciable talents of the star is a story
dramatic in the extreme and well sus sus-ta.ued
ta.ued sus-ta.ued in interest and appeal. $
, Cheese the Chief .Export.
Berne, Switzerland; exports a much
ilgher value in S'Tiss cheese thau in
See our. line of fine, candies, st st-tionery,
tionery, st-tionery, perfumes and baskets before
buying ; your Christmas presents.
j Gerig's. tf
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
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THIS SEASON have been very carefully selected and if there is
anything we have overlooked tell us about it and we'll see that
you are served just thfe same as thouhg it were on the shielf.
Here are only a few suggestions for your convenience in help helping
ing helping to select articles for your CHRISTMAS DINNER:
Raisins, Citron, Currents, Nuts of All Kinds (ner crop), Mince Meat, Apples,
Oranges, Tangerines, Bananas. (
A Few Good Tilings for IKe YelettMe Season.
Fancy Cakes Dill and Sweet Mixed Pickles, Breakfast Bacon, Smoked Country
Bacon, Choice Hams, Maple Syrup, Best Florida Syrup, Buckwheat, Henry Clay
Flour, Sausages of All kinds, Our own Roasted and Ground Coffees (Brick City and
First Product), Pumpkin for Pies. We also have a Full Line of FRESH MEATS in
our model family meat market
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1915
We Want YOU
to become better acquaint acquainted
ed acquainted with
Every day we will give a
lady or gentleman an op opportunity
portunity opportunity to treat a friend
to a BOTTLE of Coca-Cola
at our expense. Watch the
columns of ihe Star for
your name. y
First Class Seasoned
Oak or Pine
. Any Length
J. M. POTTER
Phone 3 M -4 Rings
Is the most acceptiable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially, is this sa, to the absent
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YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT-'
. LY DONE
3ome early before the rush begins.
OVER O. K.
"Go North by Sea"
MERCHANTS & MINERS TR NS.CO
New Steamers. Low Fares. Desi
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through .fares and ticket?
to all Northern anj Western points
For reservations, tickets, etc.
U. C. AVERY, AGENT
Ml STATUS OF
Shell-Fish Steamer is Not Equipped
,with Extra-Big Shooters j
The grand jury of Lafayette county j
has taken upon itself to resolve that!
the state patrol boat Roamer should
bedisarmed of the machine guns or
cannons and other deadly weapons as
they are not needed for the collection
of taxes and are an insult to the peo-
In the first place the Roamer is not
armed with machine guns or cannon,
but with two one-pound rifles. These
guns are no more an insult to the peo people
ple people of Florida than a forty-four revol revolver.
ver. revolver. The other "deadly weapons" are
my personal property and do not dif differ
fer differ from those carried by sheriffs and
deputy sheriffs of any county in the
Man after man has quit the service
on the Roamer, saying they would not
work on her for a million dollars. Just
a case of "cold feet." Why ? Simply
because so many ugly threats were
made- in their presence to do violence
to the crew of the boat.
You might ask why these threats
were made. Simply : because thesw
particular persons did want the fish
laws enforced. ,t
The Roamer is being used for a
work far, more important than collect collecting
ing collecting taxes. The East and West coasts
are being 'patrolled and the fish laws
are being ; t enforced and at the same
time taxes are being collected but
no armed force has ever been neces necessary.
sary. necessary. ;-. ; '-:; :.'
The grand jury further condemns
the approval of thg law by the govern-,
or, authorizing the "purchase of the
steamer Roamer. Let me call their
attention to the fact that the appro appropriation
priation appropriation for the purchase of this boat
was not embodied in the saltwater
fish law, but was included in the gen general
eral general ; appropriation bill, which fact
seems to have escaped the notice of the
jury. Therefore Governor Trammell
is in no way responsible for the pur purchase
chase purchase of the boat.
, The vast bays along the Florida
coast, which contain practically no fish
now, are mute witnesses to the sad
fact that the state's fishing industry
is badly depleted. Only rigid enforce enforce-ment
ment enforce-ment of the laws will ever restore this
important industry to the people of
Ask any old resident of the coast
what th'e,fishing w.as twenty years ago
and what it is today. His, reply will
be from a feast to a famine. Mullet
roe sold then at twenty cents a dozen
and. they are now worth seventy-five.
Draw your own conclusions.
I: Lafayette county certainly has no
complaint to make, for -it is a well
known fact that her fishing territory
has been invaded in years past-by un
scrupulous fishermen from far and
near, who have gutted the full-roed
mullet during the closed season, threw
the fish overboard and saved the roe,
thereby depriving her own citizens of
ther birth -right. This has been stop
ped by enforcement of the present
fish laws. Resnectfullv.
T. R. Hodges",
Shell Fish Commissioner.
CHRISTMAS EOX TO
A HOME MISSIONARY
roof of a Pudding
tawht w'Z&y rf
far '''V' ::
HE PROOF of the Maxwell is in its use. i You can read pages of
specifications and the chances are you still won't; know your car.
sut try out a Maxwell ior a month and you 11 appreciate
then what sort of material was built in.
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Rightly considered, not an extravagance but an invest investment,
ment, investment, so get the' HABIT; save a little, buy a Maxwell.
PAY A IIT T 1LE liOWN
THEN PAY A3 YOU MDE
Demonstrations Gladly Made
$ (Fk Electric Lighted
OOO and Started o
DELIVERIES NOW Open Sundays and Evenings;
Equipped Delivered in Ocala for STOO
EVENING STAR BUILDING
OFFICE PHONE 51
RESIDENCE PHONE 265
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VI 6AL.OR MORE
Racket fUsk of tht
for 2 Quarts and
ovdr tf you pin
The Missionary Society of the Bap
tist church will send a box to one of
their home missionaries located on an
island off the west coast of Florida.
The box' will be packed at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. W. T. Gary on Fort
King avenue and will be shipped on
or about Dec. 20. .This is a chance for
persons interested in missions to show
their interest in a practical way, espe especially
cially especially those who favor home mission
work rather than foreign. The fam family
ily family of the missionary consists of him himself
self himself and wife, Their measurements
for clothing may be obtained 'from
Mrs. Gary. Groceries and household
linen will also be acceptable.
The Fannie R. Gary Missionary So Society,
ciety, Society, Ocala Baptist Church.
ODESSA'S RAPID RISE.
In Commerce and Intellect It Is the
Capital of New Russia.
Odessa is one of the most important
ea ports oT Russia, ranking, by reason
Df its population and its foreign trade,'
after Petrograd, Moscow and Warsaw!
Since it was founded in 1794near the
ruins of a Turkish fort that fell into
Russian hands in 1781) it has rapidly
become the intellectual and commer
cial capital of what is called JJew Rus
sia. It Is the principal export town
for the extensive grain growing dis districts
tricts districts of south Russia, the see of an
archbishop of the Creek Orthodox
church, the center of a fine university
and the headquarters of the Seventh
The port lies on the shore of the
Black sea, about midway between the
estuaries of the Dniester and Dnieper.
9G7 miles fr.)m Moscow and 381 from
Kiev. The city is built facing the sea,
on low : cliEs,i seamed with deep ra ravines
vines ravines and hollowed out by galleries in
the soft rock, in which thousands of i
the poorest inhabitants live. Bnt above!
this are fine bruitd tree jlinei.1 streets t
ana squares bordered witn nandsome
public- buildings and mansions in the
Italian style and good shops. Besides
the cathedral there are dozens-of other
churches, a fine opera house and the
Palais Royal, which is a favorite place
of resort,-f London Chronicle.
LIFE ON SWAN ISLAND.
In All Kinds of Brick, Cement
and Artificial Stone Work
DR. FULLER'S OFFICES MOVED
The Fuller dental offices have been
moved to the second floor of the
Union block, over Nash's store.
9-6t R. D. Fuller, D. D. S.
Probably the World's Most Isolated
On Swan island, iti the Cariblean
sea. is situated whr.t is ..probably the
most isolated wireless station In the
world. The station crew is made tip
of three operators, two eugineers. a
cook, a machinist and three lalnirers.
No women are permitted' to land on
the island. Men who express a will willingness
ingness willingness to go to Swan island are obllg
ed to sign a coatract' whereby they
agree t remain ; at least eighteen
months tnr waive their, right to free te te-turn
turn te-turn transportation. -Those" remaining
the full periMl of service are returned
to their homes by way at one of the
Central American ports and are grant granted
ed granted six weeks' vacation with full pay.
Strangely enough, there is no diffi difficulty
culty difficulty in obtaining men to man the sta sta-tion.
tion. sta-tion. Applicants, indeed, exceed the
number of vacancies. Board and lodgt
ing. of course, are sup)!ied. a boat
bearing all provisions necessary, in including
cluding including fresh meat.- and the mail as
well, "arriviug. regularly' every, two
weeks. Some men have remained on
the island as long as two years and a
half and. subsequently, have leen glad
to return to the station, Philadelphia
Record. '' :
FRUITS FOR CHRISTMAS
At our new store next to FISHEL'S we have a com complete
plete complete line of choice -'
FRUITS, NUTS and CANDIES
or the HOLIDAY TRADE. Our entire stock of Fanes
Groceries is brand new. Let us serve you. Free Deli v
O. B. 358 Ocala. Fla
Bear This in Mind
"I consider ChnmhPTlnm'j i nnrrVt
Remedy by far the best medicine in!
the market for colds and croup," says
Mrs. Albert tfiosser, Lima, Ohio. Many
others are of the same opinion. Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywhere, v Adv.
Fishel still has some' ENAMEL ENAMEL-WARE
WARE ENAMEL-WARE and DISHES to dispose of at
cost. L 3t-wky
VEGETABLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
SEE THE FARM on the Sliver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Dr D. M. Boney
I have recently returned from
New Orleans where I have
been taking a post graduate
course in optometry under the nfost
noted specialists in the country. I
can now be found in my office pre prepared
pared prepared to give those in need of my
services the benefit of my recent
researches. My reduction in prices
on lenses of every description for
a limited time will be of interest
to those in need of glasses.
Office and Laboratory Rooms 2-6
, Six Follies of Science.
The six follies of science are the
squaring of the circle, perpetual mo motion,
tion, motion, the philosopher's stone, the elixir
of life,magjc and astrology.
In all ages men of undoubted ability
have toiled early and late to unravel
the mysteries supposed to be connect connected
ed connected with these fascinating problems. 1 1
is not always rememtered that such
t intellectual giants' as Bacon. Sir flob
ert' Boyle and Sir Isaac Newton sought
the philosopher's stone. In the study
of astrology Lilly was for a time even
pensioned by parliament.
Most of these "follies" conferred ia
direct benefits upon science, for in
seeding one thing their devotees dis
covered many another. The craze for
the secret, or unknown, has still its
hold upon men and is seen in palmis palmistry
try palmistry and kindred cults. Exchange.
18 Years Experience
The latest machinery, skill skilled
ed skilled labor and ann abudant
supply of soft water we are
able to give the public an
exceptionally high quality
Ocala Steam Launilry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main St.
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HOTEL FIRE ESCAPE CuGNS
The Star office has the regulation
hotel-room fire' exit sign card3 in
stock, as prescribed by the state law
nd the hotel inspector. Price, 25 for
$1; 50 for $1.50; 100 for $2 25. Pos
Beautiful display of Ladies' and
Men's Hats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky
Laughter A:ds Digestion
Laughter "s one oi the most health healthful
ful healthful exertions; ;t is of great help to
digestion. A still more effectual help
is a dese of Chamberlain's Tablets. If
you should be troubled with indiges
tion give them a trial. They only
Icost a quarter. Obtainable every
We have a full line of Kodaks and
Brownies suitable for Christmas gifts.
Carter's Delicious Cake
Buy it for the children's sake
It is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them dl the time.
tf Carter's Bakery.
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Wirk. Roofs repa: "ed or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
' Call Phone 437
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
Hunting season opens Kov. 20th.
Bey guns, leggins, hunting coats and
shells now and be ready. Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
Santa writes from the North Pole
that he will be at FishePs thi3 X-mas.
' Fishel still has some ENAMEL ENAMEL-WARE
WARE ENAMEL-WARE and DISHES to dispose of at
Don't shiver in the cold. Buy a
stove from the Marion Hardware Co.
'and keep warm. 11-16
OCALA EVENING STAR, MONDAY, DECEMBER 20, 1915
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arooMess Mime wito
K. of P. meet this evening.
Auto Scarfs and Veils at Fishel's.
Business Men's Club meets tonight.
iSil SOCIAL IIS
(Continued from Fifth Page) J
Toys, toys, toys at Fishel's. 3t wky
Council meets tomorrow evening.
Toys, toys, toys at Fishel's. 3t wky
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet Wednesday evening.
' i '.
Santa Claus shows up Friday night.
Pythian Sisters meet tomorrow afternoon.
Holeproof Silk Sox at Fishel's. 3tw
Aato tires, tubes and spark plugs.
Marion Hardware Co. 11-16
That genial and jolly person, Har
ry Peter, is now presiding genius at
the Elks' Club.
Save auto troubles buy Diamond
tires and tubes from the -Marion
Hardware Company. 11-16
. Mr. Emmett Robinson arrived from
Jacksonville Saturday night, and
spent Sunday with his Ocala friends.
Be sure and see Marguerite ? Clark
in "The Crucible," at the Temple to to-night.
night. to-night. Its 'a good dolfar play for 20
HE would appreciate a shaving,
mirror set for his Christmas present,
and we have a complete line of them.
The Court Pharmacy: 20-5t
Mr. L. Ballard of Cornell was in
town Saturday night, and generously
treated the Star to oranges from a
wagonload brought in from his grove.
Mr. Ballard's oranges are of extra
. An ivorr manicure set in a pretty
leather case would please HER for
a Christmas present! Our Jine is a
large and complete one. Look 'em
over. The Court Pharmacy. 20-5t
Mr. Carl Ray, who has been on a
pleasure trip to North Carolina, re returned
turned returned home yesterday.
three tables were placed for the
games and gave zest to the meet
ing. The lovely young hostess was
assisted by her sister, Miss Marion
Dewey, who returned today for the
holidays from South Florida, where
she teaches. The prize was an ex
quisite handkerchief and following the
games a chicken salad course with
tea was relished.
Mr. Donald Schreiber is en route
heme from Lehigh, Pa., coming by
boat to Jacksonville. He is expect expected
ed expected to arrive tomorrow.
Master Leonard Bennett has been
ill for the past few days.
Miss Margaret Hocker is convalesc convalescing
ing convalescing nicely at the hospital, and if the
weather is favorable tomorrow she
will be taken home.
Mrs. E. T. Porter and Miss Jean
Teague, of Lady Lake, spent several
hours in town today shopping, motor motoring
ing motoring in this morning with friends.
Miss Teague reached home Saturday
from Starke to spend the holidays.
Complimenting the Orlando Basket
Ball Team Miss Nettie Camp enter entertained
tained entertained at a jolly dance Saturday night
at the home of her parents, Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Camp. The informal
evening with the popular hostess was
greatly enjoyed by nearly fifty guests.
Those not dancing played cards and
during the evening punch, cakes and
candies were served.
Mrs. T. T. Munroe continues to
slowly but steadily recover from her
accident of a few weeks ago, and her
friends will be glad to know that she
will almost certainly be able to be
out in another month.
The friends of Miss Marie Haile
will be interested to learn that she
has entered the' Johnston-Willis hos hospital
pital hospital in Richmond, Va., to become a
trained nurse. Miss Haile has been
in training a month and is making a
Dr. Blitch and Miss Legie were in
town toda, to meet and carry out to
Blitchton Mr. and Mrs. D. B. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson of Vienna, Ga. Mrs. Thompson
is a sister of Mrs. Ben Blitch.
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and All Shape.
of All Kinds.
Force of Worb
men for Road
I OF TEE TBHG5 WE HIKES
Jsxon Mrtal OlHn.' V
Ev Tronh an4 Gutters.
Conductor Plp Fittings.
Cnrruaf e Awnings.
SWt Mta! Roofln?.
.Metal "Brick" Siding.
Metal Stone" Siding.
Arm Nestable CnlTert.
Imperial Riveted Colvorts.
Turpentine Stills and Cup.
Sheet Metal Cornier.
Sheet Metal Skylights.
Irede Plp d Fittings.
General Sheet Metal Workers.
yvur dealer or write as for eaia-
Tfis FLORIDA HETAL PRODUCTS CO.
q 8650 Everfrreea At.,
J A CK S O N V I LX.E, FLA.
PRESBYTERIAN GIFT PARTY
At the church tomorrow eve evening,
ning, evening, the-members of the Presbyter Presbyterian
ian Presbyterian Sunday school will be entertained
at a Christmas party by their teach teachers.
ers. teachers. Each pupil will take a gift a
toy or its equivalent and those gifts
will be packed next day and forward forwarded
ed forwarded to Clinton, S. C, for the children
at Thornwell Orphanage of whom
there are three hundred. The church
will be prettily decorated in Christ Christmas
mas Christmas greens. Games will be played
and light refreshments served. Here Heretofore
tofore Heretofore the Sunday school has contri contributed
buted contributed money to the orphanage and
the change will v be a delightful inno innovation,
vation, innovation, giving pleasure to the pupils
and the gifts additional Christmas joy
In the children at the instiutioh.
The Baptists had a splendid Christ Christmas
mas Christmas celebration at their church last
night. The very interesting report of
the exercises reached the Star too
late for today, but will be published
AN EXPRESSION OF AFFECTION
One of the incidents of the very
beautiful Chritsmas exercises Sunday
evening at the Baptist church was the
presentation of a handsome silver of office
fice office desk set to Superintendent W. T.
Gary from the teachers of the Sunday
school. Accompanying the gift was
the following letter, which Mr. Gary
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 19, 1915.
Dear Mr. Gary: We your, corps of
Sunday school teachers, wish to ex extend
tend extend to you wishes for a happy Christ Christmas
mas Christmas and to express our appreciation
of your valuable service as superin superintendent
tendent superintendent of the Baptist Sunday school.
We have always found in you a wise
leader, a sympathetic co-worker and
an earnest, capable officer. We fur furthermore
thermore furthermore wish to assure you of our
hearty co-operation in future in all
your plans for the improvement of our
school and the advancement of the
Lord's work. Yours very truly,
(Signed): W. H. Cassels, J. W.
Akin, E. Van Hood, Bunyan Steph Stephens,
ens, Stephens, Jno. L .Edwards, Mrs. M. T. W.
Christian, Mrs. W. H. Cassels, Mrs.
W. A. Goin, Mrs. E. Van Hood, Mrs.
R. S. Hall, Mrs. Calvin West, Mrs. J.
H., Livingston Sr., Miss Nellie Stev Stevens,
ens, Stevens, Miss Mary Gates, Miss Eunice
Marsh, Mrs. Rocheford, Laurie Izlar,
Asst. Supt., Sam Christian, Secy.
if HTOSIIEM IB
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ffote wide cupboard
This is the "National Step
Saver." Finest and most
complete ki tchen cabnet
everbliilt most p o p u 1 a r
cabinet in the world.
Now improved in a dozen
ways with no increase in
The woman v. ho gets a "Hoosier
Beauty" this week has a labor-saving
machine of which she will be as proud
' in twenty years as she is today.
Note the wide cupboards, unclutter uncluttered
ed uncluttered by cubby holes or partitionsthe
sanitary base that can't collect dust
the trays for cooking tools on the right
door at your fingers' ends. Think of
having all your kitchen tools within
arm's reach, around a big table of pure
aluminum, Think of the miles of steps
All Sot $1 Caslt and a
sfealui fm Pisa I 'SsiiiSiiSI ;
This offer, under, direct authority of the Hoozier Com Company,
pany, Company, ; is too great to be missed. Come in sure and see
the entire new line of Hoosiers tomorrow before they
This is "HOOSIER BEAUTY9
4ne National Step Saver
Few $1 Weekly
are all taken. This sale at these remarkably low prices
is possible only because the enormous Hoosier output
has made, huge factory savings.
C A lort nri- TyO"M7 nrkcl XTlTrkrtfVtyv at $9 LESS than standard .prices with aluminum table
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See Also The New Hoosier Special
See Also The New Roll Door Hoosier
An 4- kit rliw 4-V
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and white enamel cupboards.-
midway between the Hoosier Wcmder and Hoosier Beauty
in convenience equal to Hoosier Beauty in size.
the only kitchen cabinet with roll doors that are re removable
movable removable and fianitarv no fMihbv holes or nartitinns tn
catch dirt or dust.
a kitchen cabinet of
All at prices far under the standards of their class. You can pick your choice, the cabinet you want and
need, if you come tomorrow, at the piice you want to pay. No wonder Hoosier dominate s the entire world.
No woman who ever used one would do without it.
Sale Ends When this Small Lott Is Gone. Come Early
Thiis"-;-'Broffi Furnitore Men
BUSINESS MEN'S CLUB WILL
ORGANIZED THIS EVENING
"The Business Men's Club" will
meet at the Ocala House this
evening December 20th at 7:30, for
the purpose of electing officers and
to select a suitable name for the
club. It is urged that all those that
have been enrolled as members be
present at this meeting.
Mr. John Dozier, who is acting as
secretary, begs that all those who de desire,
sire, desire, to join, will call him up, as his
limited time will not permit his call calling
ing calling on all personally. Upwards of
70 have so far signed up
Mr. D. W. Tompkins, vice president
of the Commercial Bank and one of
the best live stock men in the coun coun-try,
try, coun-try, has. just returned from Atlanta,
the big live stock market of the south,
where he bought and shipped to Ocala
forty head of mules and one jack. The
mules are for Wade, Clower & Wade
of Trenton, D. B. Morrison & Co. and
Wade & McArthur. Mr. Tompkins
says the mules are especially fine and
he is sure that the people he bought
them for will be well pleased with his
The force at the United States
postoffice must be mighty dry by now,
so if they will march across to S. N.
Nisleh's fruit store, west of the post post-office
office post-office building, present one of these
slips and demand a bottle of Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola each, in the name of the Coca Coca-Cola
Cola Coca-Cola Bottling Works of Ocala, they
will be refreshed. It
; The electrical display in H. W.
Tucker's show window makes it look
like a corner" of a fairy palace.. All
kinds of electrical appliances are in
it, and it will surprise you to find out
how cheap they are. You can save
lots of money in your home by the
judicious installment of electrical ap apparatus,
paratus, apparatus, as well as add to your com
fort and convenience.
Santa writes from the North Pole
that he will be at Fishel's thi3 X-mas.
Mr. T. H. Wicker, mayor of Cole Coleman,
man, Coleman, came up yesterday to visit his
son, Mr. Hugh Wicker, who is at the
hospital for a slight operation. Mr.
Hugh Wicker is attending law school
at the University of Florida. While
here his father was the guest of Mrs.
J. A. Walters, his sister. Mr. Wicker
says the cabbage crop of Coleman,
one of the most famous cabbage
growing sections of the state, is
rather below normal In acreage and
is a few weeks backward but is look looking
ing looking fine and he believes will bring
Dr. Blitch and daughter, Miss
Legie, came in from Blitchton Sun Sunday,
day, Sunday, bringing in their car Arthur
Willis, a young man, who had been
badly injured by his team running
away and throwing him from his
wagon. He was suffering from a
compnud fracture of his left leg, but
treatment at the hospital will soon
make him well.
The doctors of Ocala wtinessed an
unusual operation at the hospital this
morning, when two of their colleagues
operated on the infant son of Mrs.
Cheshire of Blitchton. The child was
suffering from imperforate anus.
something of very rare occurrence.
The chances are that the child will
Leroy Bridges of. Wofford College,
S. .C, and Sam Burford and Alfred
MacKays of the University of Florida,
are home for the holidays.
Mr. Brantley A. Weathers Jr. ar arrived
rived arrived Saturday night from New York
City and is the guest for the holi holidays
days holidays of his parents.
One of those electrical vacuum
cleaners would make a splendiu
Christmas present for her .and one
that would be appreciated every day
of the year. Come and look them over.
H. W. Tucker, North Main street. 6t
A Thermos bottle would make a fine
Christmas present for the owner of
an auto. We have them from pint to
two-quart sizes; with fancy leather
cases. The Court Pharmacy. 20-5t
Yesterday afternoon Nat 3 o'clock,
while coming to town, Mr. Stevens of
Blitchton, with his wife, two children,
brother and sister-in-law, when just
northwest of the fair grounds on the
Blitchton road, lost control' of his Ford
car while running fast. The car turn turned
ed turned completely over and pinned Mr.
Stevens, his brother-in-law, sister-in-law
and one child beneath it, while his
wife and one child were thrown sev several
eral several yards clear of the car out into
the woods. Only one of the party,
the sister-in-law, was able to call for
help and she was calling loudly when
Mr. J. R. White, who came close be behind
hind behind them, arrived and with almost
superhuman strength, turned the car
over and the pebple crawled out. The
mbtor was still running and as soon
as a broken wheel could be replaced,
the car was able to travel on its own
power: Strange to say, only one of
the children, a little boy, Everett, was
injured enough to be taken to a phy physician,
sician, physician, who found that he was not ser seriously
iously seriously injured. The escape of Mr.
Stevens and his family wa3 most mar marvelous.
velous. marvelous. ;
Make this" an Electrical Christmas
by presenting her with one of our
Electric SMOOTHING IRONS. H. W.
Tucker, North Main street. 18-6t
Of the Annual Meeting of the Stock Stockholders
holders Stockholders of the Metropolitan
Realty & Investment Co. ;
To the stockholders of the Metro Metropolitan
politan Metropolitan R6alty & Investment Com Company:
pany: Company: Notice is hereby given that on
Wednesday, the 12th day of January,
1916, at the hour of 8 o'clock p. m. at
its offices in Ocala, Florida, there will
be held the annual meeting of tho
stockholders of the Metropolitan
Realty & Investment company.
Thi3 the 20th day of December
Geo. Giles, President.
J. S. LaRoche, Secretary.
Why buy an inferior light globe
when the MAZDA costs the same and
n many times cheaper in operation?
They are for sale by II. W. Tucker. 6t
Thosti ivory tolet sets would make
HER a fine Christmas present and one
that shell appreciate. The Court
Of the Annual Meeting of the Stock-
I holders of the Metropolitan
; Savings Bank
i To the stockholders of the Met Metropolitan
ropolitan Metropolitan Savings Bank: Notice is
i hereby given that on Monday, the
i 18th day of January, A. D. 1916, at
jthe hour of 10 o'clock a. m. at its
! banking house in Ocala, Florida,
j there will be held the annual meeting
oi ine stocicnoiders of the Metropol Metropolitan
itan Metropolitan Savings Bank.
This 20th day of December, 1915.
Geo. Giles, President.
F. P. Gadson, Cashier.
Mr. Solomon Thrilling is in San San-ford
ford San-ford visiting his daughter, Mrs.
Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual meeting of stockholders of the
at the office of the company in Ocala.
T7"l IT" I l i
ria., on iuesuay, juecemrer zstn,
Geo. F. Armstrong, Pres.
Robert W. Groves, Sec'y. 2t
Of the Annual Meeting of the Stock Stockholders
holders Stockholders of the Ocala Knitting and
To the stockholders of the Ocala
Knitting & Manufacturing Company:
Notice is hereby given that on Tues Tuesday,
day, Tuesday, the 11th day of January, 1916
at the hour of 2 o'clock p. at its
place of business in Ocala, Florida,
there will be held the annual meet meeting
ing meeting of the stockholders of the Ocala
Knitting & Manufacturing company
This the 20th day of December,
Geo. Giles, President
J' s-LaRoche, Secretary.