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VOL 21. OCALA, FLOKIDA, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915 NO. 302
THE STAR IS THE ONLY NEWSPAPER IN MARION COUNTY TAKING TELEGRAPH SERVICE
OFF THE ITALIANS
DRIVE MAY BE MADE BY THE
TEUTONS AT THE PORT
London, Dc. 2L The latest objec-1
tive of the Teutonic Balkan campaign i
is said to be the Albanian port of
Durazzo. Strong forces are believed I
to be marching across Albania in an
endeiror to forestall an Italian occu-1
pation of the coast. In the meantime
there is rio indication of the develop development
ment development of a Teutonic offensive in Mace Macedonia.
donia. Macedonia. '
ATTACK ON GREEKS IN EPIRUS
It is reported the Bulgarians are en entrenching
trenching entrenching along the Greek border. A
press dispatch brings the first con concrete
crete concrete evidence of friction between
Greeks and Bulgarians in reporting
the fighting in Epirus. If an offen offensive
sive offensive toward Saloniki is undertaken' it
is hardly likely the Greeks will in interfere,
terfere, interfere, as they must grant to the
central powers the same facilities ac accorded
corded accorded the Allies, if the present neu neutrality
trality neutrality prevails.
GIGANTIS DRIVES PLANNED BY
The Germans are 'preparing gigant gigantic
ic gigantic strokes against Calais vand Egypt,
according to Paris reports. They hope
to end the war by striking smashing
blows at these vital strategic points.
German guns are busy' on the west western
ern western front. There is no further evi evidence
dence evidence of an offensive. y
BATTLES IN THE AIR
Squadrons of German aeroplanes
have been sent up to try to prevent
British scouts from making observa observations,
tions, observations, say the official British- state statements.
ments. statements. Forty-four aerial encounters
have resulted. The Germans lost two
machines .nd the British one. v
DREW OFF WITHOUT DAMAGE
The total .British casualties during
the-withdrawal from Anzac and Suvla
bay in the Dardanelles were three
wounded, according to an official
GOING 'AWAY FROM GALLIPOLI
The announcement that the British
troops had withdrawn from Suvla
bay and Anzac cove, a section of. GaU
lipoli, forecasting the abandonment
of the project of capturing Constan Constantinople
tinople Constantinople by forcing the Dardanelles
overshadowed all other war news yes yesterday.
terday. yesterday. The war office declared that
the abandonment was accomplished
without loss and that a band of troops
had been sent to the scene of other
operations. There was no announce announcement
ment announcement regarding Seddul Bahr, but it is
assumed that the Allies still hold this
point at the lower end of Gallipoli,
commanding the entrance to the
BERLIN REPORTS DEFEAT
Berlin, Dec. 21. Wireless Constan Constantinople
tinople Constantinople dispatches state the British
withdrew from Anzac and Suvla bay
on the Gallipoli peninsula as the re
sult of a violent Turkish offensive.
The British losses were heavy, their
troops beirg driven to the sea.
TAKE CiJARGE OF TUSKEGEE
Mantle of Washington May Fall on
the Shoulders of Moton
(Associated Press) -New
York, Dec. 21. Robert R.
Moton of the Hampton Normal and
"Agricultural Institute of Hampton,
Va., was selected last night to suc succeed
ceed succeed Booker T. Washington as presi president
dent president of Tuskegee Institute by tha
special -committee of the board of
trustees of Tuskegee Institute, who
Moton will be installed at the com commencement
mencement commencement exercises in May, 1916.
Until then he will work on the cam campaign
paign campaign for the Booker T. Washington
memorial fund. Moton is a negro of
unmixed blood, born in Amelia coun county,
ty, county, Virginia, in 1867. He spent his
early days on the Vaughn plantations
in Edward county, later graduating
at the Hampton Norman and Agricul Agricultural
tural Agricultural Institute and stayed there as
drill master, finally .becoming the
1Bead of that institution nr.s'
COUNTED THEM IIP
PRUSSIAN LOSSES UP TO DATE
MORE THAN TWO AND A
London, Dec. 21 Reuter's Amster Amsterdam
dam Amsterdam correspondent says, according to
the Nieuwe Rotterdam's information
from the Courant,' the Prussian lat latest
est latest estimated losses of lists Nos. 890
to 399, contain 42,825 names, and
makes the total Prussian losses two
million two hundred and eighty-seven
OH THE WAV
TURNER, WHO KILLED OLD MAN
AVERY, IS EN ROUTE TO
Washington, Dec. 21. Sheriff P. G.
Ramsey left for Gainesville, Fla., yes yesterday
terday yesterday afternoon with Willie Turner,
the negro hostler who recently con-,
fessed that he killed F. C. Avery,, a
turfman, at Gainesville. s
,"' Turner, who did not fight extradi extradition
tion extradition papers, told the criminal court
;udge here that he was afraid he
wquld be lynched after reaching Flor Florida.
ida. Florida. PLEASANT DAYS
FOR THE PRESIDENT
And His Bride at the Famous Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia Resort
Hot Springs, Va., Dec. 21. Presi President
dent President Wilson spent the morning dictat dictating
ing dictating replies to his official correspond correspondence.
ence. correspondence. Mrs. Wilson wrote letters to
her personal friends acknowledging
wedding gifts. The president an J
Mrs. Wilson planned to motoring this
. . .,.1 V-VA t
War Credit of Two Billion Dollars
Voted by the Reichstag
London, Dec. 21. The Reichstag
has adopted the ten billion marks
credit asked by the government, ac according
cording according to a Berlin dispatch forward forwarded
ed forwarded by Reuter's Amsterdam correspon correspondent.
dent. correspondent. Nineteen socialists voted
A BIGGER ARMY
Calls on Parliament for Another Mil Million
lion Million Men
London, Dec. 21. Premier Asquith,
asking the house of commons for a
new vote of a million men, said that
Great Britain had only a million and
a quarter in the field, and the country
must aim to get every man of mili military
tary military age physically fit.
OFFER OF EXCHANGE
Of Noted Prisioners Between Germany
Montreal. Dec. 20. Germany has
offered to exchange Dr. Henri S. Bo Bo-land,
land, Bo-land, former postmaster general of
Canada, who was captured at the fall
of Antwerp, for Captain Franz von
Rintleen, according to word received
by Arthur Acrement, a former mem member
ber member of parliament, from Premier Bor Borden.
den. Borden. Andrew Bonar Law, the British
colonial secretary said, "We have re requested
quested requested the Vatican to effect Boland's
Von Rintelen was removed from the
steamer Wnite en route from the
United States to Holland and was re reported
ported reported under death sentence in Lon London
don London tower. He has been mentioned as
a director of a conspiracy to forment
strikes in the United States.
See our line of fine candies, sta stationery,
tionery, stationery, perfumes and baskets before
buying your Christmas presents.
Big assortment of small Children's
Coats at FIS EEL'S. St-wky
OH THE PORT
VIOLENT ATTACK MADE BY THE
RUSSIANS ON VARNA
(Associated Press) ...
London, Dec. 21. The Exchange
Telegraph's Athens correspondent re reports
ports reports the arrival of a Russian expedi expedition
tion expedition off the Bulgarian coast. Russian
cruisers and two destroyers convoy convoying
ing convoying sixteen transports filled with
troops have arrived off the Bulgarian
coast and are bombarding Varna vig vigorously,
orously, vigorously, says the correspondent.
ENGLAND DISPLAYS GREAT
CLEMENCY TOWARD HER
FOES IN SOUTH AFRICA
London, Dec. 21. General Chris Christian
tian Christian Dewet, convicted of -high treason
as the result of leading the rebellion
in South Africa last year, has been
released says a Reuter dispatch from
Johannesburg. One hundred and
eighteen other high treason prisoners
were also released. All paid fines.
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 theBoard 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.
COMPLETING THE CASE
Federal Officers Have a Cordon
Around Another Foreign Spy
New York, Dec. 21. The arrest of
a man not previously mentioned in the
alleged conspiracy to blow up the
Welland canal is expected by federal
officers. They re watching him. This
will complete the case.
SOUTH GEORGIA WAS
SHROUDED IN SNOW
Savannah, Dec. 21. Snow began
falling here last night for the, first
time in many years. Reports from
South Georgia indicate that the snow
fall throughout that section is heavy
in general. A heavy fall was report reported
ed reported in Thomasville yesterday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. SQUABBLE ON FORD'S SHIP
Peace Boat and Its Passengers nave
Reached a Norwegian Port
London, Dec. 19. The steamship
Oscar II., with the For'' peace party
on board, arrived at Cbtiansand at
3:30 o'clock yesterday Vjkernoon. No
official or other reception was accord accorded
ed accorded the party and only newspaper men
boarded the vessel.
Henry Ford and Madame Rosika
Schwiinmer denied that there had
been a disagreement en route. It was
said that some members of the ex expedition
pedition expedition would leave the party at
Christiania on account of sickness.
Newspaper men who accompanied the
party confirmed the story that a dis disagreement
agreement disagreement had occurred.
Why buy an inferior light globe
when the MAZDA costs the same and
H many times cheaper in operation?
They are for sale by H. W. Tucker. 6t
Big Assortment of Dishes and
Platters at FISHEL'S; St-wky
TB THE STAR
Engineer Seems to Think Paper
Should Keep Silent When People
are Imposed On
Editor Star: In Monday's issue of
the Star there appeared an article in
regard to the Lckfilling of the sew sewers.
ers. sewers. To lair-minded people and those
who aire familiar with sewer work this
article will be classified as an unjust
criticism, with a tendency to stir up
public opinion against the contractors
who are making every effort, not
only to give a satisfactory job, but to
please the public and make as few in inconveniences
conveniences inconveniences as possible.
It is impossible to backfill ten or
fifteen miles of sewer lines so that
it will not settle in a few places, es especially
pecially especially in the varied sand and clay
soils encountered on this job.
I wish to state here as we have re repeatedly
peatedly repeatedly stated in the council cham chamber,
ber, chamber, that our work is at all times open
to inspection and criticism in the
proper manner, by any city official,
taxpayer, or other responsible per person,
son, person, and that we will correct any
faults they may point out.
I want it distinctly understood that
we intend to leave a satisfactory job,
nd that our work is not being care carelessly
lessly carelessly done. i
Monday we had men out repairing
the settled spots as fast as we located
them, and also rendering assistance
to those unfortunate enough to get
"bogged up." ;.'',;
In view of the above facts, T think
the criticism in the Star highly un unjust
just unjust and think if you will go deeper
into a matter of this kind before
jumping to conclusions, you will see
that we are trying to keep in the good
opinion of the public by serving it to
the j best of our ability by giving
the city a satisfactory job, and by
trying to co-operate in every way
with the city officials in overcoming
the inconvenience that of a necessity
arise in the course of a job of this
character and scope.
Hop;ng my letter will be taken in
the same good spirit that it is writ written
ten written rnd. that no further such articles
will appear in the Star, I remain,
. Very truly yours,
Morris A. Sparmer,C. E.,
Engineer, Bryan & Co.
-The Star has no desire to do injus injustice
tice injustice to Bryan & Co., but it want jus justice
tice justice done the people of Ocala. It is
not justice to them when they discov discover
er discover weak places in their streets by
by breaking their autoes, crippling
their horses and risking their lives
We don't know exactly what Mr.
Sparmer means by "jumping at con clusions."
Before writing about the
accidents, we consulted the fire de deportment,
portment, deportment, the city engineer v and h;
number of citizens, and personally in-
spected some of the cave-ins. We
would have consulted Mr. Sparmer if;
we had met him, tho judging; by his
letter he would have made light of
the entire matter.
Mr. Sparmer hasn't been in Ocala j
long. If he had been, he would prob-j
ably have been aware- that the Star j
has frequently praised Bryan & Co. j
for their work and attempts to live j
up to their contract. Their state-1
ments in the council chamber that he j
refers to were published in this paper!
some weeks ago; also, the opinion of!
Engineer Drake1 that they were try-,
ing.to do faithful work.
The jumbled-up manner in which
the inspection was carried on for the
first few weeks hae also been ex explained
plained explained in this paper. ; A
So Mr. Sparmer is trying to run
his mill with the water that is past.
All this doesn't cover up the fact
that rotten work has been done some somewhere,
where, somewhere, else the accidents of yester yesterday
day yesterday had not occurred.
It requires r.o immense amount of
skill and science to refill. It only re requires
quires requires faithful work, such as any in industrious
dustrious industrious roustabout can do. Bryan &
Co., were, we presume, familiar with
the character of Ocala soil before
they began work. The Citizen's Gas
Co. often tears up streets the same
way in laying its mains. It never
employs a skilled engineer. It sim-;
ply puts the street back like it found
it, and we never heard of a car, or!
even a foot-passenger, breaking thru, j
In conclusion we ask Mr," Sparmer j
what he expect sthe Star to do when
a series of accidents, imperiling the j
This Season's Operations Laying the
Foundation for an Immense
Few people in this section realize
what the establishing of the Marion
County Citrus Sub-Exchange and the
big packing house of the Ocala Citrus
Association means to this section of
the state and to Ocala in particular.
The sub-exchange, we learn by
actual figures in Manager Sandlin's
office, has handled to date 340 car carloads
loads carloads of citrus fruit and of these, the
Ocala packing house has received,
pecked and forwarded to market sixty
carloads. At the packing house a
great deal of money has been paid
out for labor and the two offices
maintain a large office force in the
city and several bank accounts as, it
being only proper and just, the Tam Tampa
pa Tampa or head exchange, some time ago,
distributed the deposits of the ex exchange
change exchange to the local banks, especially
where sub-exchanges existed.
The Florida Citrus Exchange is
growing and improving in its work
and hundreds of carloads of fruit are
handled each year from growers who
did not patronize the exchange be before.
fore. before. But for all of this, the volume
of fruit is sadly in the minority yet,
taking the state over, but the time is
not far distant when it will pass
"center line" and come down the home
stretch, handling the largest instead
of the smaller portion, of the state's
vast citrus crop.
Mr. Sandlin is quite proud, how however,
ever, however, over the fact that he has handled
75 per cent of the entire fruit cro
in his territory, and this despite the
fact that the entire Micanopy and
nractically the entire Weirsdale sec sections
tions sections have not yet lined up with the
exchange. He -feels sure by another
season, he will be handling 90 per
cent of the fru;t in his territory.
As compared to the shipment .of
30 carloads of fruit up to this time,
Ipst year only 205 carloads were
Mr. Sandlin has settfed with ship shippers
pers shippers for 182 carloads of fruit and one
less than carload sh'oment, p'aying
them net'for their fruit, the neat sum
of $102,310.23. Compared wUh the
same time last season, he had paid the
growers $46,129.52. 1
Of the great quantity of fruit
shipped, only 34 carloads went thru
the auction houses and only 15 of
those were billed direct to auction.
There has been a far better dis distribution
tribution distribution of fruit this season than
ever before. A look over the desti destination
nation destination points of the shipments shows
that they went from Georgia to Port Portland,
land, Portland, Maine, north and west to Can Canada,
ada, Canada, Colorado, Montana and south to
Arizona and New Mexico and Texas
getting a great many cars. There
has not been a single state that did
not get one -or more cars, except a
few of the extreme western states.
With the attractive line of adver advertising
tising advertising that the Thomas Advertising
Agency of Jacksonville, has recently
aced in the north on Florida'
"Sealedsweet" oranges and grape grapefruit,
fruit, grapefruit, in many of the leading publica publications
tions publications of national circulation, the de demand
mand demand will be greater than ever thru thru-out
out thru-out the United States for Florida
The Florida Citrus Exchange's
nek. jrrading and varieties are all
absolutely guaranteed and the dealers
and consumers are learning: that this
fnn b depended on and it will brinsr
Florida's golden fruit into demand
more and more each year.
' 3 "vay than it would if you paid spot
lives and property of its fellow citi-jeash. Every other progressive house house-zens,
zens, house-zens, happen? -wife is reading their ads., which are
Does he expect it to indulge in aca- appearing in our paper daily and it
d?mic discussion of the best way to jis very necessary that you come down f
raise canary birds in the Kongo, or-oirly as this sale must close when
ind'gnate over the extermination off this small allotment is gone. Mr.
ostriches in South Africa? Theus extends a spec'al invitation to
If so he thinks, he has another! the ladies of Ocala to see this won won-think
think won-think coming. This isn't that sort of jderful labor-saving machine, whether,
a sheet. I you buy or not.
: j To the men, we would Fay that this
AN ORLANDO LADV
BURNED TO DEATH
Orlando, Dec. 21. Mrs. C. G. West West-cott,
cott, West-cott, a well known matron of this city,
died this morning, the result of burns
received at hsr home Saturday morn morning.
ing. morning. Auto Scarfs and Veils at Fishers.
INTERFERENCE WITH TEUTON
AGENTS HAS CAUSED LUSI LUSI-TANIA
TANIA LUSI-TANIA SETTLEMENT TO s
BE PUT OFF
Washington, Dec. 21. A full set settlement
tlement settlement of the Lusitania case taa
been postponed by the dismissal of
the German military and naval at at-taches
taches at-taches and the Ancona notes to Aus
tria-Hungary, it became known today.
A settlement was recently near but
German public sentiment is resentful
to these measures and Berlin officials
feel it will be better to await a mora
favorable opportunity before reced receding
ing receding from their original stand.
CHILDREN TO PRACTICE
CAROLS FOR CHRISTMAS
All children from the primary
school, North Ocala school and fourth
grades of the high school, are re requested
quested requested to meet at the primary school
Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock to
practice Christmas carols for the civic
CARD OF THANKS
We wish to extend to our friends
our heartfelt thanks for their many
dndnesses during the illness and
death of our husband and father, Os Oscar
car Oscar G. Olin.
Lucinda P. Olin.
Arthur A. Olin.
Levi E. Coy.
Kendrick, Fla., Dec. 21, 1915.
MORE THAN TEN MILLION
Bales of Cotton Ginned Prior to Dec
Washington, Dec. 21. The seventh
cotton ginning report of the season,,
compiled from reports of census bu bureau
reau bureau correspondents and. agents thru thru-out
out thru-out the cotton belt and issued yester yesterday
day yesterday announced that 10,303.253 bales
:otton counting round as half bales,
rf the growth of 1915, has been gin
ned prior to December 13.
Every lady in Ocala is interested in
kitchen efficiency and convenience.
You would like to know how to cut
your work in half, wouldn't you? So
Theus Brothers have secured the ser services
vices services of Mr. W. L. Akins for this
week to show you just how easy
kitchen work can be made.' Mr. Akins
has spent, the past five years of his
life in helping ladies solve their
kitchen problems and it will afford
him the greatest pleasure to help you
solve yours. If you are all tired out
every night when you get through
with your work, go down tomorrow
and let him jshow you how to have
from an hour and a half to two hours
every day in your kitchen. Think
how nice it would be, to have all that
Vme to devote to your social duties
md the thousands of other little
things that you would like to do if
you only had time. v .
Mr. Theus has secured a very few
iof the fsmous Hoosier cabinets to be
sold on the well known Hoosier club
plan, this week only, and any lady
can have one this week, no matter how
small'her income as you only have to
pay one dollar to get it delivered in
your kitchen, the balance to be paid
nt only one dollar per week. In that
way "you hardly miss your savings
out of your grocery bill, and it doesn't
cost you any more to pay for it that
would mske an ideal Christmas pres.!
"T:t, as it is something she will .use1
three timea a day, three hundred and
sixty-five days in the year.
Carter's Delicious Cake
Buv it for the childn's sake
T- is so light, pure and fine,
Give it to them .11' the time,
tf Carter's Bakery.
OCALA EVENING STAR TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915
CHRISTHAS SERVICE OF THE
1 ; v-
ae with a large turkey for their
(Christmas dinner. They will
(give Christmas cheer to prisoners in j
jthe jail and homes of the city that
jare in need.
As the gifts were being presented
Mr. Frank Gates sung In his always
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(Highest Award. Pani;in: -P;.( if c L'xpr sitiji
Manv Whito C.'xftA fnr the Kinfi-'?
; pleasing style "The Star of the East."
1irthday I The Eereans made a gift of $18 to
The birthday season of the Savior j be devoted to the use of aged min min-w
w min-w beautifully celebrated at the isters.
Baptist church Sunday night by the j The teachers and officers of tha
members of the church and Sunday J Sunday school presented to their
school. From 6 to 6:30 the Sunday -faithful superintendent, Mr. W. T.
School orchestra led by ur. aicwane, ; Gayr, a unristmas letter assuring.
played as the congregation was as-jh?m of their deep appreciation of hisjljj'
semoung. at, o:ou, me nour appoint- loyai interest, tneir eonimuai neip
ed for the services, the house was fill- ? and a3 a tangible evidence of their j
ed overflowing by an attentive and ap-, appreciation they gave him with best
propriate audience. j wishes of the season an oxidized sil-
' The church wa3 beautiful in its ver desk set.
decerations of white and green. Gar- The tableau, The Statue of Love,
lands of southern smilax gracefully ; was a fitting scene for the close of
outlined the moulding, doorways and ; the evening's service. The Statue of
tne 'alcove forming a pretty setting j Love, represented by Miss Rebecca
Counts, president of the PhUathea
class, .was, perfect in every detail.
Every T'ght in the. house was darken-
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for the platform which was complete
ly covered with white.. Large white
letters extended across the rear of the
church and formed the words, "White i ed and m the alcove just back of the
Gifts for the King." A rope of elec- j pulpit the statue was portrayed, hold hold-trie
trie hold-trie lights, covered to represent white ling-high in her right hand the word,
bells, were suspended from the cen center
ter center ceiling and caught to the sides of
the building, forming a canopy for the
"Love." The letters were made of
tiny electric bulbs, and sent forth a
light that wa3 intended to represent
the' Light of Love. The members of
In the center of the platform was jthe Philathea class, all in white, stood
placed a large cross draped in white, ; in a wedge-shaped line, the statue
emblematic of the service for which forming the center, and sung softly
Christ came to earth, to give his life
and sweetly, "A Little Bit of Love."
Miss Alice Bullock representing th3
told the Christmas ; Jubilate class and Miss Johnson the
story of the King's birthday and whyjFidelis, came and stood on either side
we celebrate it. The children of the ; of the cross and told the story of j j
primary department sung "O Little, what their classes were doing, sup sup-Town
Town sup-Town of Bethlehem," "Away in a porting a Bible woman in far away
Manger" and "Why do Bells for Japan and China.
Christmas Ring." Little Misses Fan-j Marching slowly and stately came
ita Cobb, Mary Christine Cassels and the other members of the two classes,
Louise Adams, dainty in their dresses singing, "I Love to Tell the Story of
of white, recited a story of Christ- Jesus and His Love," and kneeling
mas. At the close of this the children around the altar formed one of the
with their pennies in little white bags most impressive and sweetly sacred
marched to the altar and laid their pictures that the mind could imagine.
gifts at the foot of the' cross.
The class taught by Mrs. Christian
One could see in fancy the night on
the plains of Bethlehem when the
tame next with its gift, which is to angels appeared to the sleeping shep shep-;te
;te shep-;te used for local charity, the boys,herd3 and told them to awake for
speaking their parts splendidly.
The little girls, tinder the leader
ship of their teacher, Mrs. Cassels,
"Christ the Lord was born."
This tableau closed the evening's
entertainment, which was one of the
ir. bringing their gift for the orphan-(most beautiful and impressive that
has been given in the city.
A committee composed of Mr. Bun
yan Stephens, Dr. Van Hood and Mr.
r age sang sweetly, "Merry, Merry
The beautiful words of John 3:16,
were recited by the young girl3 whoJW. T. Gary took charge of the gifts
: are taught by Mrs. J. H. Livingston and wiH see that they are delivered
. Sr. Their gift is to be used in local to the places for which they were in-
Like most wonderful in inventions,
ventions, inventions, this new Kitchen
Cabinet is so simple that you
will wonder v. hy no one dis discovered
covered discovered it before.
Yet, makers have experimented for
ten yiars to produce it. Hoosier tri triumphs
umphs triumphs again with' the only kitchen
cabinet that has roll doors which aie
sanitary- and removable.
Not a .the entire absence of cubby
holes or dirt breeding pockets. As''
on all Hoosier Cabinet s the space of :
the cupbiaro is free- of partitions.'
The doors? slide in an ingeniously con contrived
trived contrived channel -which is open and easy
to .clean. A- simple motion removes
the doors and a whisk broom or cloth
dusts out the "channel completely.
You will recognize all the other fea features
tures features that make the Hoosier Cabinet
This Week lor SI Cash
If vou are tir-
back aches; if you never get through;
if you want system in your kitchen,
get a Hoosier on trial tomorrow and
see the difference. The Hoosier will
amaze you with its saving of time,
labor and steps in a single day!
r j-w-nV your wife is not
5tron? as yur doctor
the kitchen means. If you like good
meals on time; if you'd rather have
your wife with her family in the
evening instead of devoting the whole
evening to clearing up the supper
dishes buy her a Hoosier and do
A Dollar a Week
quickly pays for it, and it saves its
price and over every year.
urn Xifag(.fe3r: m m
TT m X-J
m&aJa't "ROLL DooR HoosiEv-
With the only ,an,twry, removable ZnSL
charity. The junior boys, taught by
Mr. Akin, brought their gift of mon money
ey money which will be used in the same
No part of the evening's program
was more effective than the service,
tended by Christmas eve.
A middle aged man with four young
daughters wishes a steadv. middle-
: Gifts for the King which was given' aged white woman who can give best
t bj girls from the girls' auxiliary and of reference3 to keep house for him.
i gifts for the King brought by these
were service, sell ana suDstance.
tEach girl was dressed in white and
'carried a large white star bearing the
, name of her gift. Miss Gladys Osborn
represented service and beautifully
She would be required to do the house
work with the assistance of the girls,
who attend school. A good home for
the light woman. Do not reply to
this advertisement unless you would
care to keep the position permanent
ly. If interested, write to G. L.
spoKe ner lines as sne presented tne ; chan(jier. 610 Palm Avenue, Miami
gifts of self and substance. The gifts j Florida, or. inquire at the Star office
of self were represented by the :foi-jfor particulars. ll-19-tf-d&w
towing: Sight, Irene Cam; hearing,
Edith Edwards; speech, Myrtle Hall;
actions, Lonnie Pinder; steps, Mabel
Robbinson; thoughts, Mattie Lou
Here arc Four Other Boosters to Pick From
The New Hoosier Wonder
The New Hoosier Special
The Hoosier B e a u t y
at $9 LESS than standard p rices with aluminum table
and white enamel cupboards.
midway between the Hoosier Wonder and Hoosier Beauty
in convenience equal to Ho oier Beauty in size.
the National Step Saver; most complete and most practical
kitchen cabinet ever made; most popular cabinet in the world.'
The New; Hoosier ; Dc ; Luxe ..C. K.tolH",i 0?t kttd"n "f
One exactly fits your needs, and at a price you easily can pay. The choice of these five Hoosiers on
these remarkable terms lasts only until this small lot is sold. Come tomorrow early.
Tliees Brothers The Furniture Men
MAKE IT AN ELECTRIC X-MAS
A. C L. sC'iiJuDULE
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
electcical will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
WTiv nnt make this ati
Brown.; The gifts of substance were . V . i. 7 7 T
X i Christmas by giving presents that are following times:
useful and lasting a Percolator,
Grillo or Toasto for the kitchen. H.
W. Tucker. 18-6t
represented by Nettie Camp, giving
time; Agnes Burford, talents; Edith
Howard, intelligence; Sadie Dinkins,
obedience; xEdith Lindley, prayer;
Gertie Brigance, faith; Dovie Gates,
love. .. :
Miss Ava Lee Edwards closed the
service with an appeal to give your
all to the Master.
The Children's Home Society and
Owes Her Good Health to Chamber
No. 37, Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:18-2:25 a. m.
No. 38, St. PetersDurg to Jackson
ville, 2:25 a. m.
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday,
"I owe my good health to Chamber Chamberlain's
lain's Chamberlain's Tablets." writes Mrs. '( R. G.
Neff, Crookston, Ohio. "Two years Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m
1 was an invalid due to stomach
the far away mission fields will be j trouble. I took three bottles of these
fcrightened by the material gifts
these two classes.
The junior Baracas sent their gift
for use in local charity, while the
Baraca class will make happy the
hearts of the children in the orphan-
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny-
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tablets and have since been in the Jim' mesaay, J nursaay ana batur batur-best
best batur-best of health." Obtainable ever?- day, 6:40 a. m.
ORANGE PACKER'S TICKETS
For Good Wood
BIG Load tor $1.
YOUR ORDER WILL HAVE
J. L. SMOAR
At S monk's Wagon Shop.
WHEN IN NEED i OF
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ALL WORK GUARANTEED
inis omce win make close prices
on sets of tickets for orange packers
for the coming season. Write us for
samples and prices.
d&w tf The Ocala Star.
COLDS NEED ATTENTION
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
iPalatka 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. 3d. Jacksonville to St. Peters
burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m.
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines-
A-f -- 'JJMWL "-nrti ir ; -.: ""'""
Internal throat and chest troubles ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
roduce inflammation, irritation, swel swel-ing
ing swel-ing or soreness and unless checked at
No. 150, Wilcox to Ocala, Monday,
once, are likely to lead to serious trou- Wednesday and Friday, 5:45 p. m.
ble. Caught m time Dr. Bell's Pine-
Tar-Honey loosens the rjhleerm and
destroys the germs which have set
tled m the throat or nose. It is sooth-
No. 9, Jacksonville to Leesburg,
9:05 p. m.
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocala (Sunny-
ing and healing both together pos- Tuesday, Thursday and Satur-
sess excellent medicinal qualities for ay. :ou p. in.
ngnnng cold germs. Insist on Dr.
OK LAW AHA VALLET
Cold weathei is here. Get a bigger
lead of better wood for a dollar at
Converse's mill. Phone 234. 3-tf
HPRE 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 Cuff Buttons Laveilires Rings
Lockets Emblem Pins Scarf Pins Watch Fobs Cut Glass
Sterling Silver Solid Gold Valdemar and Coat CI ains Fire China Ware
COME IN AND LET US SHOW YOU OUR LINE
J. E. ALLEM AN D, THE JEWELER
Next to Express Office -:- North Main St.
No: 71 Leave i alatka, t:30 a. m,
arrive Ocala, 11:35 a. m.
No. 72 Leave Ocala, 1)5 p,
irrive Palatka, 5:25 j.. m.
Big Assortment of
Platters at FISHEL'S.
Butter "Nut Bread has the rifelit 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.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than Any Other
A'ntractor in the dir.
I have on my list several exceptional bargains in second-hand automobiles cars that are in perfect run running
ning running condition and guaranteed to be as represented that I can sell at astonishingly low prices and on EASY
TERMS. In some instances I will consider a trade on these. cars for real estate or other property. In this list
i sa small two-cylinder runabout, two four-cylinder roadsters, two five-passenger cars and one 1500-lb. truck,
fully equipped and as good as new, also one Ford touring car. Write or call and see me,
' "JR.-JR. .CAKJROLilLi.
Distributor of MAXWELL Cars
OCA LA EVENING STAR. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915
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Six months, in advance ...... 2.50
Three months, in advance. ... 1.25
One month, in advance. ...... .50
One year, in advance... $8.00
Six months, in advance....... 4.25
Three months, in advance .... 2.25
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PRICE OF PRINCIPLE
The Star received in its mail thi3
aorning, from Tampa, copy and con con-tracts
tracts con-tracts for two big whisky advertise advertisements.
ments. advertisements. Each would have paid $46.80,
and it was intimated there was more
I We turned them down.
The two ads. with their combined
price of $93.60, would have been the
easiest money the Star could have
cade this week.
Let nobody whine about what they
fiave to pay for prohibition. The Star
pays a whole lot more for it than it
But it has no desire to reverse its
"The wages of sin," pertinently re remarks
marks remarks the Tampa Tribune, "are sel seldom
dom seldom enough to pay the bills."
Everybody in Ocala is glad thai the
Methodist conference has returned
Rev. J. M. Gross and Presiding Elder
Bridges to us for another year.
any undefended point? Sometimes
we think the Times-Union's military
expert is doing his thinking in the
time of wooden ships and muzzle muzzle-loading
loading muzzle-loading guns. A coast canal w6uld
be crood if there was a strone military
force at every threatened point i
otherwise, it would be a trap for the
vessels in it and more an aid to the
enemy than to the Americans.
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The people of Volusia county are
preparing to hold their first fair,
Tyhich will open Jan. 25 and continue
for four days. Judging by what we
Tcnow of the resources and attractions
of old Volusia, the fair will be one
-worth seeing, and we hope that many
Marion people will attend it.
It may be a hard thing to say. But
the most useful present you could
give some women would be a good,
reliable safety razor and a dozen
blades. Columbia State.
. How in blazes can a woman cut her
.corns with a safety razor?
The Inverness Chronicle had a
Christmas edition which was bulky
enough to bo classed with papers in
Jacksonville and Tampa. It was full
cf good Christmas reading and adver advertising.
tising. advertising. Clearwater Sun
This was just what we were going
Jto; write, about it.
"We were completely flooded last
week with Christmas editions of our
esteemed contemporaries. The Lake Lakeland
land Lakeland Telegram, the .Gainesville Sun,
the DeLand News, the Leesburg Com Commercial,
mercial, Commercial, the Sanford Herald and sev several
eral several others came to hand with fine
and fancy editions.
A little tilt between the Gainesville
Sun and the Arcadia News again
proves that the average printer
knows how to construct language bet better
ter better than the average college grad graduate.
uate. graduate. The News in criticising the
Sun used the expression, "just listen
at the Sun," which is about as bum
grammer as can be constructed.
A prominent paper in Germany ex explains
plains explains the Ancona note by telling its
readers the president is playing to the
wealthy munitions manufacturers in
order to get a big campaign fund for
next year. Tampa Tribune.
Some Americans will tell even big bigger
ger bigger lies about him, so why should we
blame the Germans.
We have been reading with great
interest an article by Frederick C.
Howe in Pearson's, on what the "Ger "German
man "German Method Really Is."
Mr. Howe asserts, and there is lit
tle reason for disbelieving him, that
in Germany the aid of the state to the
citizen, and in turn the aid of the cit cit-izan
izan cit-izan to the state, has been brought to
a point of efficiency higher than any anywhere
where anywhere else. According to his article,
men and women are nowhere else able
to live so well, to enjoy life so much
in proportion to their means, as in
Germany. The health, the morals,
the education, the business, even the
amusement, of the people, are looked
after on a plan that comes close to
real altruism, enabling all to help
themselves by helping each thru the
Public management of public utili utilities
ties utilities has been developed to a point
that we only dream of over here.
The state owns the railroads, the
telegraphs, telephones, mails and ex expresses,
presses, expresses, and the people can have the
use of them all at the lowest price.
Nearly all the cities own their water
and electric plants, their markets and
even their slaughterhouses. Public
parks abound, and public bands give
the people free music.
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.nuv umy is yuuwi lnsiruciea ana
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industry promorea, out pauperism nas
been almost abolished, vice curtailed
and old age protected against want.
The German state was rapidly pro progressing
gressing progressing toward the ideal.
All this confirms what we have
often heard from Americans who have
been in Germany, that it was a most
delightful country to live in, and that
people there had more respect paid
to their individual rights than we
have in this land of the free.
And this was not brought about,
according to Mr. Howe, as such things
are brought about Jn other countries,
by incessant efforts of restless re
formers. It was brought about bv an
enlightened sense of responsibility in
the ruling classes, seeking to make
the Germans thru intelligence and
right living, the most efficient people
on the face of the earth.
But what was it all for?
To throw those millions of highly
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Here is a Store Full of Un
usual 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.
Catts says that 25 per cent of the
population of the Unites States is
Catholic, and that 85 per cent of
President Wilson's appointees to offi office
ce office are members of that church. When
a man tell.3 such bare-faced lies, he
has no claim on the patience, let alone
the votes, of intelligent people.
The Austrian reply to the first
American note on the sinking of the
Ancona was full of thinly veiled con contempt.
tempt. contempt. If the second American note
is, as the dispatches intimate, to be
less drastic than the first, what is the
xise of sending it. The notes sent by
this administration to the various
governments of Europe all bear a
striking resemblance to the demand
tiat Huerta saluate the flag. Mr.
Wilson's foreign policy is wearisome
to Americans and ridiculous to foreigners.
The Times-Union's military expert
expatiates on the great value of a
coast canal for submarines and" tor torpedo
pedo torpedo boats in 'case of" war. Of what
use would submarines and torpedo
boats be in a coast canal. And couldn't
an enemy who had command of the
sea Land forces and block the canal at
f or Severe Cold with Cough.
Orlando, Fk. Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery has certainly proved of
the best 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 the many
connected with it.
I had exposed my myself
self myself to very incle inclement
ment inclement weather while
doing my farm work. I was not a strong
man., and was in a run-down condition.
Had tired, woraout feelings all the time,
and my debility was so as to make my
daily duties very laborious. The only only-relief
relief only-relief I got was from Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery, and I am pleased to
recommend it to others." Mr. John
Nichols, 404 Long 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
body is wasted by emaciation, Xr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery will in most
cases effect a permanent cure.
Get Dr. Pierce's Golden Medical Dis Discovery
covery Discovery to-day from any medicine dealer;
it i3 a powerful blood curifier, so pene penetrating
trating penetrating that it even gets at the impure
deposits in the joints and carries them out
of the system.
Depend upon this grand remedy to
give you the kind of blood that makes
the skin clear, the mind alert, the vision
keener, and puts ambition and energy
into the entire body. You will not be
disappointed. For free advice or free
booklet on blood, write Dr. V. M. Pierce,
Buffalo. N. Y.
In sickness and Lealth send for the
People's Common Sense Medical Adviser.
A book of 1008 pages. Send 3 dimes to
Dr. .fierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y.
Ifitistobea practical gift,
why not make it a good pair of
shoes? Mother, Father, Sister,
Big Brother and even thelittle
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 v discriminating in their
Many new mid-season styles
have been added 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 for both women and
of All A SUIT OR
No matter what other
gifts you intend to give
father or brother, you
should include 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.
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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. -
mis. sEiurri u
A Square, Store on the Square
trained men in armed masses against
their less efficient fellow-men on all
sides of their country, to kill them or
subjugate them and take their lands,
in order that there might be plenty
of room for German efficiency to de develop.
velop. develop. We see what the result has been.
Perhaps the American and the Eng English
lish English way, for all its imperfections, is
the best. The Prussian method sav savors
ors savors too much of fattening cattle for
the slaughter. .;
STAR APPRECIATED BY" THE
BLITCHTON SUNDAY SCHOOL
We, the Blitchton Sunday school,
assembled this 1 19th day of Decem December,
ber, December, extend to the Ocala Star our
grateful appreciation for the firm
stand it maintained in behalf of pro prohibition
hibition prohibition in the late wet or dry cam-
Star to be sent to him at his new
home, Juliette, where he will be with
a naval stores company. Mr. Smith
moved his household goods and live
stock from Hastings to this county.
O. G. OLIN
Mr. Oscar G. Olin of tendrick
passed away at the hospital Sunday
morning, after several days' illness,
and was buried in the Kendrick cem cemetery
etery cemetery Monday afternoon.
Mr. Olin was seventy-five year3
old, and came to Florida twenty twenty-seven
seven twenty-seven years ago from Russellville,
Tex., with his family. He had been en engaged
gaged engaged in the mercantile business and
was postmaster at Kendrick for many
years. He leaves a wife and one son,
Mr. Arthur A. Olin, and hosts of
friends to mourn his death,
Mr. Olin had not been in the best
of "health for several years, but had
for quite a while been able to attend
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. S1.25
Choice Selected, per bbl. $2.00
All shelled oysters are shipp2d in sealed tins and reach you as
fresh as when taken from the water. We solicit your orders.
GUIF FISH" & OYSTER CO.
CRYSTAL RIVER, FLA.
paign, realizing with many others
that the logical, earnest utterances ) to his busineSs interests and only a
contained m us eaitoriais aeienamg ; f ew days ago made a trip to Ocala
prohibition had much to do with thefor the purpose 0f purchasing goods
result; and, jf his tore
wnereas, tnu star s reiusai since i Mr. Olin had been eniovinff the best
the election to accept liquor advertise- Lf ,pnUh n to the eariv nart of last
week, when he was stricken with
paralysis, and brought to the Mar Marion
ion Marion Cpunty Surgical Hospital in this
city. He has always been able to at-
ments is evidence that there will be
no abandonment of principle for
man's good or for pecuniary advance advancement;
ment; advancement; therefore be it
uesoiea, mat we wisn ior tne ;tend to his business interests and was
Star success and prosperity and heart- ip Qcala only a few days before
ily hope that every paper in Florida purchasing goods for his mercantile
that soils its columns witb liquor ad- j establishment.
vertisements will in future follow the Mr Qlin was a soldier in Fed.
high and clean example of this' ra1 Qmv snr SPrVed three veara
worthy paper, and as vigorously
champion the principles of civic right righteousness
eousness righteousness as did the Star is leading on
to victory the prohibition army in the
Unanimously adopted. y
. Rowena; Hammons, Secretarjr.i
Mr. H. L. Smith was in town Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and subscribed for Marion
county's favorite paper, the Ocala macy.
in the Seventh United States Volun Volunteer
teer Volunteer Cavalry.
The Star extends its sympathies to
the bereaved family.
If you make a present of a box. of
ttORRIS' CANDIES you will know
that you couldn't have bought any anything
thing anything better. Christmas boxes from
a half to ten pounds. The Court
If Admits of Mo Dels) ate 2
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,
County Fire of Philadelphia, Wes Wes-chester
chester Wes-chester of N. Y., Nord-Deuteche of
Hamburg, First National of U. S.
E. M. OSBORN
Put Your Ad. in the Star
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1915
Today -At TTti
THE 31 AN ON WATCH
Kalem two-reel. (Mystery of the Grand Hotel Series.)
LUBIN ANIMATED CARTOON.
HER MOTHER'S OATH
Biograph re-issue, featuring Dorothey Gish and Henry Walthall.
ADMISSION FR03I 3:30 TO 10:30, FIVE AND TEN CENTS
Ladies' Neck Wear
Ladies' Purses and Bags
Children's Purses and Mesh Bags
Hat Pins, Brooches, Etc.
Gloves and Silk Hose
Mittens, Sacques and Caps
Table Linen and Spreads
Bath Robe Blankets
Sweaters and Coats
STORE OPEN EVENINGS
DRY GOODS DEPT.
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In our drug store we have gift goods galore.
We could not list all of the m on this whofe page. Only come
in to see them. You will buy and save time trouble, and money..
Anti-Monopoly :Driig Store.
J. G. PARRISII, Proprietor
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Thrift of time vill repay you in
after life with a thousandfold of
profit beyond your most canguine
dreams. William E. Gladstone.
Mr. and Mrs. W. S. Jennings of
Jacksonville, the latter preseident of
the Florida federation, are Christmas
guests of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs.
W. J. Bryan at their Miami home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Williams of Ho-
mosassa, were in the city yesterday,
coming to meet' their daughter, Miss
Marie Williams, who was returning
home for the holidays from Gaines
ville, where she attends school. Mr.
and Mrs. Williams made the trip in
Miss Annie Sharpe arrived today
from Atlanta to visit until the New
Year with her aunt, Mrs. J. H. Mc
Mr. and Mrs. I. F. Bennett and lit
tle son Frank, who are spending the
winter at Pineola, have returned to
the city to spend the holidays.
Miss Ethel Harrell of Roanoke, Va.,
i3 an attractive visitor, arriving to
day from Bennettsville, S. C, to visit
her aunt, Mrs. Clarence Camp dur
ing the holidays. Miss Harrell and
her sister, Miss Jennie Harrell, who
arrived Saturday, are among the love
liest visitors who come to Ocala and
their visits occasion much pleasure
among their circle of friends.
Mrs. H. H. McDonald of Little
Rock, Ark., is the charming guest of
her son, Mr. Duncan McDonald at the
Mr. .Sam Pyles has given up his
position with W. C. Capper Jr., un
dertaking establishment, of Jackson
ville, a position he has held for some
time and is now the guest for the
holidays of his mother, Mrs. J. J.
Pyles, arriving yesterday.
Miss Dora Williams, after an ex
tended visit to her sisters, Mrs. P. W.
Whiteside and Miss Josie Williams,
has returned to the home of her sis
ter, Mrs. W. A. Pelot at Owens, ac
companying Mr. and Mrs. Pelot home
last week in their new car, purchased
Mrs. Charles Peyser will not return
home for the holidays but will pro prolong
long prolong her visit with relatives in New
York City until the latter part of
Mr. Wiley Burf ord, a student at
Princeton University, has returned
home for the holidays.
Miss Carrie Pelot, who has been
visiting in Charleston, S. C, has re
turned to her home at Owens.
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock and
Miss Alice Bullock leave Thursday
for Tampa to visit the : former's
daughters, Mrs. G. R. McKean and
Mrs. C. V. Miller.
Mr. and Mrs. Edward Poe were
Christmas -shoppers today from Dun-
nellon. They were accompanied hv
Masters Robert Glenn and Jack Igou,
the two young sons of Mr. and Mrs.
N. Igou, who have been their
guests since Saturday.
Mr. and Mrs. Leon Fishel and
daughter Elizabeth, will arrive early
Saturday morning to spend Christ
mas day and Sunday with Mr. FishePs
parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. Fishel.
Miss Frances Anderson, who has
been spending the past few -months
studying in New York city, will not
return home for the holidays, but will
remain in New York. Times-Union.
Miss Marie Hulbert received a few
friends yesterday afternoon at her
nome, entertaining them m pretty
ashion with cards. She was assist
ed by her mother, Mrs. Charles D.
fulbert, and Mrs. R. T. Hunter. St.
A total eclipse of the sun a rare
astronomical phenomenon will be ob
served in all parts of North America
early next year. The 1916 almanac
fixes the date for February 3. The
hours for the beginning and ending
of the eclipse are not given. Many
persons in Florida interested in
scientific matters are making prep
arations to watch the eclipse through
he most powerful telescopes obtain
able. Astronomy classes at the ml-
eges expect an unusual treat as it is
only once or twice in a lifetime that
a total eclipse of the sun may be seen.
Aside from the total eclipse there
will be two partial solar eclipses dur
ing 1915. There will occur July 30
and December 24. Neither will be vis visible
ible visible in the United States. Two par partial
tial partial lunar eclipses, January 20 and
July 14-15, will be visible to Florida
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ght to Bo
Beautiful Dinner for 3Iajor and Mrs.
Fifty years ago today in Colleton
county, South Carolina, near Waiter Waiter-boro,
boro, Waiter-boro, Major Laurie T. Izlar and Miss
Ellen Rosalind Sanders were united
in marriage, the ceremony being per performer
former performer by Rev. Edmund Bellinger, an
Episcopal' clergyman at 8 o'clock in
the morning. The marriage united two
of the state's most distinguished fam families
ilies families and the culmination of the ro romance
mance romance was an event of widespread in interest
terest interest to hundreds of relatives and
friends in the state who showered
upon the happy young couple their
Today Major and Mrs. Izlar, who
are numbered among Ocala's most
eminent citizens, are still the happy
couple that they were half a century
ago, and though not a3 young in
years, they are just as young in spirit.
Their home on Wenona street is the
destination daily of friends who call
to spend a pleasant half hour, an
hour or longer with Mrs. Izlar or with
both, if Major Izlar has returned from
his law office and today many friend3
called or phoned to extend congrat-JJ
ulations -ard best wishes. Messages
from relatives and friends afar came,
all adding joy to the notable occasion. J
This evening at 6:30 o'clock, Major
and Mrs. Izlar will be honor guests at
a beautifully appointed dinner given.
by their younger daughter, Mrs. C.
L. Anderson. In carrying out .the
gold and white color scheme which
will be developed even in the minutest t
details, the originality and artistic
ability of the hostess, characteristics
will add a distinct charm to all of her Z
social affairs, will be prettily evinced.
The dinner will consist of seven
courses and a number of the dishes
which will be used in serving, are
over two hundred years old and are
the same that were used at the wed
ding breakfast of Major and Mrs. Iz
lar; and later on at the. weddings of
their other daughter, Mfs. Samuel
Buist of South Carolina and a son.
Mr. M. E. Izlar, father of Dr. M. Car
lisle Izlar of this city.
Mrs. Anderson's guests this even-
ins: will include only relatives. They
will be her parents, Major and Mrs.
Izlar, their son, Dr. A. L. Izlar and
wife, Mr. Anderson and the grand grandchildren,
children, grandchildren, who are Dr. M. C. Izlar, Mr.
Laurie Izlar, little Miss Ellen Ander Anderson
son Anderson and Masters Arthur and Clifford
Mr. Valmore Izlar, who is in Col
orado and Mrs. C. S. Buist of Black-
ville, S. C, were unavoidably pre
vented from being with their parents
on their golden wedding anniversary.
Had they come the family circle
would have been completed.
ArE intend to reduce our stock of
J Mens, 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 fro fin
44 prs Boys Shoes, sizes
12 to 2, former price
$2 and $2.25, T1 7K
to close at-.y
31 pr Children's Shoes,
size 8 1-2 to 11, for former
mer former price $2 M 7JZ
82.75, to closed l.iu
42 pr Boy's Shoes, sizes
10 to 2, former price
16 pr Childrens' Shoes, sizes 8 1-2 to 11. for former
mer former price $2, to close
All Ladies' Pumps and Slippers,
I To Close, at Actual Cost
16 prs Men's $3.50 Shoes,
to close we of-(Q ()
fer them at
50 pr Men's $4 (TO Cfl
Shoes to closev"-""
20 pr Men's $5 CA OC
Shoes, at .4tr.U
Entire $4.50 line for
Men will be nn
10 prs Men's Full Dress Gun Metal Pumps, (TQ CH
former price $5, to close 1 . 4)0. uU
Give us achance and we will
"Give You Fifs"
Utfle's : Shoe Parlor
ONLY SHOE STORE IN OCALA
Commercial Bank Block
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
mary department of the Baptist Sun Sunday
day Sunday schooL will be given tomorrow,
Miss Ethel Kichline, daughter of Wednesday, afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mr. and Mrs. Joseph C. Kkhline of!
Eastlake, will be married in Orlando n s T. Twrv rvf T.
tomorrow afternoon .to Mr. H. Augus-j
tus Evans. The marriage will be at v'fciI i0wn m "11S c"' "atea
the Methodist parsonage and Rev. J. : their twenty-fifth wedding anniver anniver-B.
B. anniver-B. Ley will officiate. Only a few close saiT Saturday. They entertained at
friends of the contracting parties an informal evening reception, giving j
will be present. Miss Kichline resid- Pleasure to nearly oUU friends. Ke Ke-ed
ed Ke-ed in Ocala some years aero and has ceiving with Dr. and Mrs. Lowry
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 moto.s $15 installed. H.
W. Tucker. 18-6t
Why. .You Should Use Chamberlain's
Because it has an established retra-
many friends here who will wish her were their five children, Miss Willie tation won by its good works,
much jov and happiness. ; Louise, Messrs. S. L. Lowry Jr.,!, Because it is most esteemed by
Mr. Evans is a voun man of nleas- ackburn lxwry, i.ttle Miss Isabella.! ""'J "
ing address and is popular with all Lowry and Master Loper Lowry.
his acmaintances throughout South -----
Flor'da, where he travels for tha
Florida Hardware Company, Jackson-
The young couple wil be at home to
their, friends in Orlando aftor Jan January
uary January first, until which time they will
visit friends in Jacksonville and other
parts of the state.
Mr. J. E. Thcus of the Theus l"ur-p-ture
company, who has been here
for some weeks looking after the
company's business, left yesterday for
his home in Ocala. Daytona Jour Journal.
nal. Journal. Mrs. Sanford Jewett and daughters
Margaret and Nan. will arrive Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to spend the holidays with Miss
Meta Jewett and Mr. Stephen Jewett.
Mr. Jewett will join his family for
Mr. and Mrs. R. T. Birdsey and two
children will reach the city Thurs Thursday
day Thursday to visit Mrs. Birdseys mother,
Mrs. H. A. Ford.
Mrs. J. C. Caldwell and two sons
ne. in Jacksonville to remain through
the holidays with her parents, Mr.
and Mrs. D. T. McIntyre..-.
The Christmas party for the pri-
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best acquainted with its good quali qualities.
ties. qualities. Because it 'loosens and relieves a
J cold and aid3 nature in restoring the
I system to a healthy condition-
Because it does not contain opium or
any other narcotic.
t iiecause it is within the reach. of all.
costs a quarter. Obtainable
sh .Rape seed just received
la Seeu Stoe. Q-tf
Eeautiful display of Ladies' and
Men's Hats -at FISHEL'S. 2t-wky
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A Engineering, Mechanics and Invention. For
Father and Son and All the Family. It anoealt
u ail classes Old, and Young Men and WcmeaJ
if i iae aronte ingaziae ux tnoaesnda ol
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tor tlngs new and iotereaU g and it ia
Written So You Can Understand Itl
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Our Christmas stock of Ivory Pyra-
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Phone 10 Ocala, Fla.
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915
u ntii unnstmas our store win
be open until 8:30 p. m. for the ae- f
commodation of our friends.
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Bits of Byplay
By Luke McLuke
Copyright, 1915, the Cincinnati
You'd get a bigger salary,
And this fact your boss grants.
If you'd turn up your shirt sleeves
And never mind your pants.
Paw Knows Everything.
"Willie Paw. what Is the difference
between being firm and being obsti obstinate?
nate? obstinate? Paw A man is 'firm, but a woman is
always obstinate, my son.
"JEWELRY" JEWELRY IS THE THING TO GIVE FOR
CHRISTMAS. ' r '.
IT HAS MORE L-p-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
Old Eden's garden was a place
I Where man could rest contspd;
No phonographs squealed all night long-
They had not been invented.
I The Reliable Jeweler
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njiRY our Fresh Meat it wil
please you. Fresh Veg
etables ,in season.
Also fine line of Groceries.
Rt. Rev. Abbott Charles, President. Rev. Father Benedict, Director.
..St- Leo College
Saint Leo, Pasco County, Florida
Five Miles West of Dade City and On Mile East of San Antonio
BOARDING SCHOOL for BOYS and YOUNG
MEN, INCORPORATED JUNE 4, 1889
CLASSICAL AND COMMERCIAL COURSES
$225 FOR TEN SCHOOL MONTHS
U. S. POST OFFICE, TELEGRAPH, TELEPHONE, EXPRESS and
A. C. L. TICKET OFFICE AT THE COLLEGE
FALL TERM OPENS WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 15, 1915
White Star line Transfer Co.
TEAMS FOR RENT LIGHT AND HEAVY HAULING DONE
Superior to Plaster or
Ceiling in Qnality
A. Shippin of
, J Pianos, and
COLLIER BEOS., Proprietors
Th Wiss Fool.
That Is a mighty dry book yon ara
reading. remarked the sage.
Yes, agreed the fool. Tin Just
wading through it
If love is blind, it seems to me
That Mr. Husband is the groat.
For how is his poor wife to see
That he needs buttons on his coat?
Great Excitement Prevails.
A WONDERFUL REVELATION.
Just as we go to press it is learned
that Mayor Fred A. Hinkel of Hamil Hamilton
ton Hamilton has flown the coop. It is alleged
that in two weeks he will return to
the city with his helpmate. It is to be
hoped that in due time the household
will be numerously represented by a
brood of young Flinkels of true social socialistic
istic socialistic proclivities. Hamilton (O.I Social-1st
Wives of most men should remind them
When they enter a closed car.
That they ought to leave behind them
What's left of that punk cigar
Oh, Very Weill
Dear Luke A. "Loser lives on Easy
alley, n this city. T. N.. Nashville.
Writ Your Own Spring Poem.
He spent six dollars for a bunch of
For that some nursery would have sold
Enough to start a dozen leafy bowers
To catch the whispers of the summer
, breeze. :
Detroit Free Press.'
Dear Luke I have read your column
In the Cincinnati Enquirer for three
years and I can frankly say that it is
the best in the country. U, S., Galves Galveston,
ton, Galveston, Tex.
Dear Luke. Over in Indiana they
say that a red headed girl has Kendall-
ville hair because Kendallville is only
a short way from Auburn. Sweeney.
Dear Luke Please admit Adam Ap Apple
ple Apple of Troy. O. O. S.
Things to Worry About.
Hens can't lay square eggs.
Our Daily Special.
The only sure thing is the thing that
happened an hour ago.
Luke McLuke Says:
A woman is certain of heaven. But
she, is always afraid that her nose is
shiny. vv : t
A man's wife always tells ber hus husband
band husband that the man next door always
comes home at a decent hour and al always
ways always behaves himself and always
takes his wife with him everywhere he
goes. And this is Just what the woman
next door is telling ber husband about
the man next door.
When she is single she believes that
she pleases all the men. When she
gets married she discovers that she
can't even please one man.
When fhey are first married she is
surprised if he doesn't kiss ber when
he gets home. But after a while she is
surprised if he doesn't cuss her when
he gets home.
Why is it that most of the things that
make life worth living are the very
things we are told we must not do?
Any man can talk bossy to his wife
when he is out with her. But he has
to take it all back when be gets home.
A woman who is too fat gets a lot of
comfort out of worrying over how
awful it would be if she were too thin.
Vou can convert cash into experience.
But it is bard to reverse the proeesi.
You can't guess a man's bank ac account
count account from the way he uses his knife
when lie is eating.
One half the world wonders bow the
fellow next door ever raised the price
of an automobile.
When a woman Isn't indlsrnating
about her righrs sbe is indignatlnsr
about her wrongs
.After a man has busted the trusts
all morning and spent Rockefeller's
money all afternoon and fought the
war in Europe all nijrht. he goes" home
and tells his wife that if women didn't
talk so blamed much they would set
a Ions better
What hn become of the old fashion
ed dude who said "eye-ther" wheu he
Anyway, when a girl has freclile
yon know that she didn't paint them
By WIUJAM CHANDLER
-What a pity it is." said Betty Chani Chani-berlin
berlin Chani-berlin to me. "that Harry As hurst i?
going to throw himself away on that
"What's the matter with Ida Per Perkins?"
kins?" Perkins?" I asked.
"Oh. nothing, replied Betty, "only
she's not half good enough for Harry.'
"Why don't you interrupt the pro proceedings?"
"How could I do that?
'Step in between them.
. -Tou flatterer: One would think to
bear you talk that I could have any
man I want for the asking."
So you could and not half try.
Betty tried hard to conceal the pleas pleasure
ure pleasure my appreciation of her powers
gave her, but failed.
"There's one man I couldn't"
"The first letter of his first name
'' is j.r
"That's because you never tried."
My first name is James.
Perhaps I will.
"What would poor Harry do In the
meanwhile? He would be swallowed
up by Ida Perkins."
"Oh, that affair could wait"
"When are you going to begin on
"You? Oh. you can wait too. Good
morning. Corae and see me soon. I
have things to tell yon
"Very soon. GoodbyT
This scrap of conversation, which I
am free to admit was not concentrated
wisdom, occurred at the gljje counter
of Jones', where I met Miss Chamber Chamber-lin.
lin. Chamber-lin. The next time I saw her was at
Mrs. Winters salon, so called from the
brilliant dialogues that take place
there. Betty was tied to Ashurst He
was a graduate of a scientific, school
and could drown her in a pool of ideas
seven feet deep. I was sandwiched
between two girls directly behind them.
We conversed with one another, but
had our ears open for what Ashurst
and Betty were say nig. One of the
girls beside me was Ida Perkins. The
only remark that could be considered
to refer to the couple In front of us
was made by Ida. It was this:
"WThy do 3rou brlffht men get stuck
In the honey of stupid girls?"
"Leave out the 'you. and r will an
swer the question." I replied.
But she 'wouldn't, and I confess 1
would not have been pleased if she
Betty made a lodgment with Ash
urst at that salon, and this is the way
she did it r
"I have heard, Mr. Ashurst" she wat
jsaying, "that you are not one of the
kind to feel certain of anything and
that you never force your opinions on
v "Confound those persons who know
everything!" grunted Ashurst
"So say I that is,'. I .mean .'person
who don't kuow as much as other per persons
sons persons who know a great deal, but are
not constantly trying to show it ofl."
This was a trifle mixed, but Ashurst
didn't seem to mind it
"Some of the women here make mt
laugh," Betty went on. "They think
they're quite wise. Don't they tire you.
"I don't know: some of them do."
"I heard one of them Just now talk
bag about the big European war. She
said the allies had the best generals,
only they had been short of ammunl
"Why, I suppose she meant is there
more than one ally?"
I saw Ida Perkins and Belle Town
send Belle was the other side of the
sandwich that had me for a middle middle-look
look middle-look at each other. Fortunately for
Betty a lady passed her, bidding her
good evening and making a remark
about the -weather. So Bet was not
obliged to go any further into the mill
tary problems of the great war. In Indeed.
deed. Indeed. It had not been her intention to
do so. She had become Inadvertently
drawn into it by attempting to hold up
one of her rivals in an unfavorable
"Are you fond of motoring, Mr.
Ashurst?" was her next remark. "1
don't suppose you are. At least so
busy a man as you is not likely to have
time to enjoy himself."
Ashurst was the scientific adviser ot
a gigantic manufacturing corporation
Die looked relieved that Betty should
have spared him the trouble of an
swering the' question she had asked
him. Bet has beautiful eyes and
knows that they serve her a better
purpose than her tongue, for unfortu
nately the latter member cannot wag
without drawing on her brain.
"The reason why I asked you If yon
were fond of motoring is that I have a
car. and if you could spare me some
afternoon about 4 o'clock"
"I should be very happy." was th
"Don't you think an ice would coo!
us? These rooms are very warm."
They arose and went elsewhere. Bel
had caught sight of Ida In rather too
close proximity to suit her.
The next time I saw Betty I congrat
olated ber on her engagement to Ash
urst "Didn't I tell you." I said, "thai
you could if you tried?"
"What's this I hear about you and
Ida Perkins T she asked. looking at me
"Oh. we're ensraged too."
I hare never since regained the place
I occupied In Betty's good graces. I
don't spc whv Surely she could not
have Ashurst and me too. Perhaps If
I had married any but the girl she rob
bed of another man she might have re remained
mained remained my friend.
GEO. C PASTEUR, Prop.
Qualify and Service
Special Attention Given to
No Extra Charge for Hurry Work
20 W. Ft King Ave - Ocala. Fin.
We justly claim tnat our
iteaks are the best that can be
bought for the price.
This may not convince yon.
But we feel sure that a trial
will do so.
Step in personally and let ns
ihow you how we do businesj
en the fair and square basis.
W. H. MARSH'S MARKET
Next to 0. K. Grocery Ocala,
Magnolia Meat Market I
OPPOSITE FLORIDA HOUSE
340 North Magnolia Street
larasofla Market I
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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. KIRK LAND, Division Passenger Agent, Tampa.
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 charged with our ice and you can charge
off drug bills, bad temper and most other torrid time ills.
Ocala Ice &. Packimo Co
COUGHTS AND COLDS
pu Few of us realize teh danger of
coughs and colds. We consider them
common and harmless ailments. How
ever statics tell us every thing per person
son person died of a lung ailment. Danger Dangerous
ous Dangerous bronchial and lung diseases fol follow
low follow a neglected cold. As your body
struggles against cold germs, no bet better
ter better aid can be had than Dr. King's
New Discovery. Its merit has been
tested by old and young. In use over
45 years. Get a bottle today. Avoid
the risk of serious lung ailments. At
A box of Crane's linen correspond correspondence
ence correspondence paper would make a' fine Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present. The Court Pharmacy. It
OCALA EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1915
SOME OF THE RESOURCES
OF OUR STATE
i : i '. : :
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 the Star for
First Class Seasoned
Oak or Pine
J. M. I'OTTER
Phone 3 SI -4 Kings
Is the most acceptable Holiday
Gift to your friends or relatives.
Especially is this so to the absent
YOUR KODAK WORK PROMPT PROMPTLY
LY PROMPTLY DONE
2ome early before the rush begins.
OVER O. K.
ill "Go Worth by Sea"
MERCHANTS & FfllHERS TRAflS.CO
: to :
New Steamers. Low Fares. Best
service. Wireless telegraph on all
steamers. Through fares and tickets
to all Northern and Western points
Automobiles carried, f
For reservations, tickets, etc
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over if you pin
this td Your Ord
'Here is what Commissioner of Ag-
riculture McRae has to say about
1. Florida produces two-fifths of
! the world's phosphate, and there is
more phosphate already discovered in
Florida than will be mined in the next
two hundred years, at the present nor normal
mal normal demands.
2. Florida ha3 two-thirds of the
world's known Fuller's earth, and is
annually mining 75 per cent of that
which is being used by the countries
or the world.
Florida was producing, up to the
time of the panic, 60 per cent of nav naval
al naval stores in the United States.
4. Florida produces a large per
cent of the yellow pine lumber of the
United States, and has large areas
of yellow? pine timber- still -standing
that have never been touched by the
lumberman's axeV'br the hack of the
naval stores' Operator. " '
5. Florida has the largest risolid
body of standing cypress in the world.
6. -Florida ha3 more miles' of, sea.
coast "than any "state in the Union.
7,. Sponges are found in the Unit
ed States only on the coast of Flori Florida,
da, Florida, and sponge culture is being ex extensively
tensively extensively engaged in on the Florida
8. Florida has the greatest area
of sea bottom adapted to the growth
or oysters, and these bottoms are rap rapidly
idly rapidly being, developed. More than 6. 6.-00
00 6.-00 acres were leased by the state to
private citizens for cultivation durr durr-ing
ing durr-ing the year 1914.
9. Florida is the second largest
state in the growing of citrus fruits,
California being the largest, but Flor Florida
ida Florida excels the world in the quality
of her fruit.
10. Florida grows the best cigar
tvbacco of any state in the Union
and makes more cigars than any
state in the Union. Tampa last year
made nearly 1,000,000 cigars a day,
for every day of the year.
11. Florida has more cattle on the
natural range than any state in the
Union, and can carry more cattle on
the natural' range than can be carri carried
ed carried on the natural range of any other
state, Texas not excluded. This is
made possible on account of the splen splendid
did splendid climate of the state.
12. Florida has more wealth per
capita than any other southern state,
except it be Texas, and ranks with
many of the best of the northern
18. Florida has the largest and
richest drainage district in the world,
with an area of four million acres
and when completely, drained,, this
district could be made to support a
population equal to the state's pres present
ent present population, or nearly one million
"14. Florida produces more kinds of
crops than any other state in the
Union. The plant growth is such as
may be found in the tropical, semi semi-tropical
tropical semi-tropical and temperate climes. ;
15. Florida leads the entire conn-
try in the furnishing of fresh veget veget-tables
tables veget-tables for the winter markets. In
the matter of fresh tomatoes, Florida
shipped in 1914 6,000 cars, while all
the balance of the United States joint
ly shipped 5,995 cars.
16. Florida is the only state in the
Union in which camphor trees are
grown for commercial purposes.
17. Florida has provided more
money for public roads in the last
five years than any state in the Union
per capita, and more money is now
in hand for road development in the
various counties, than was ever in
hand at any one time in the history
of the state.
18. Florida has the finest climate
and a more nearly tropical climate
than any other state.
19. Florida has the largest and
the finest hotels.
20. Florida has a greater artesian
'water area than any other state,
thus making possible the greatest
area to be benefited by irrigation,
when same is desired.
21. Florida has fewer failures in
crop productions than any other state.
A total failure in one section and is
usually balanced by a large produc production
tion production in another section.
22. Florida has more beautiful
springs, noted for their size, depth
and transparency of their waters,
than any other state, and also has a
large number of mineral sprigs of
various medicinal properties. Some
day Florida's mineral springs will be
among the most noted in our na nation.
tion. nation. .!
23. Florida has more than 4000
miles of navigable internal water waterways,
ways, waterways, including both the natural and
24. Florida has led for the past
several years in the number of miles
of railroad contsruction.
25. Florida according to the report
of the state geologist, has one of
the largest areas of limestone, a
larger part of which can easily and
profitably be mined, both for agri agricultural
cultural agricultural and commercial purposes.
26. Florida's increase in population
for the past five years, from 1910 to
1915, will show a greater per cent
HTke Proof of a Pudding A
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HE PROOF of the Maxwell is in its use. You can read ; pages of
iuwuiwuo ctxAv. uaxg vjiicuLiyja exxc yKJUL duijj. vyuii u Jiaiuw yUULL UUl.
; J3U t try out a Maxwell for a month and y ou U appreciate
then what sort of material was built in.
Rightly considered, not an extravagance but an invest investment,
ment, investment, so get the HABIT; save a' little, buy a Maxwell.
PAY A LITTLE DOWN
THEN PAY AS YOU RIDE
Demonstrations Gladly Made
f p pt F.liar.fvlo .lrViirl
Open Sundays and 'Evenings,
Car Fully Equipped Delivered in Ocala for $700
(T A HDTCDChTT IT DISTRIBUTOR
EVENING STAR BUILDING
OFFICE PHONE 51
RESIDENCE PHONE 265
than will be shown by a majority of
the states for the full ten years from
1210 to 1920. This will be demon demonstrated
strated demonstrated to the public in the census re report
port report soon to be given from my office.
Florida will soon lead all states in
the production of the following: fish,
oysters, hogs, and cows; in the finish finished
ed finished product sugar.
Florida is second in the following:
1. Florida has the second largest
fresh water lake wholly within the
United States, and more than 1000
fishermen annually find employment
on this great lake.
2. Florida is the second state in
size east of the Mississippi river,
Georgia being the largest.
3. Of the more than 37,000,000
acres of land in Florida, with the as assistance
sistance assistance of drainage districts, at
small cost per acre, nearly the entire
land area can be brought into a state
of profitable cultivation.
HOTEL FIRE ESCAPE cuGNS
The Star office has the regulation
hotel-room fire exit sign cards in
stock, as prescribed by the state law
nd the hotel inspector. Price, 25 for j
$1; 50 for $1.50; 100 for $2 25. Fos Fos-tage
tage Fos-tage prepaid, d7-w-tf 11-25-15
Fishel still has some ENAMEL ENAMEL-WARE
WARE ENAMEL-WARE and DISHES to dispose of at
cost. ', 3t-wky
. Laughter Aids Digestion
Laughter "s one oi the most health healthful
ful healthful exertions; it is of great help to
digestion. A still more effectual help
is a dose of Chamberlain's Tablets, if
you should be troubled with indiges indigestion
tion indigestion give them a trial. They only
cost a quarter. Obtainable every everywhere.
where. everywhere. Adv.
DR. FULLER'S OFFICES MOVED
' AfAti S S Jl
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.
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
for the HOLIDAY TRADE. Our entire stock of Fancj
Groceries is brand new. Let us serve you. Free Deliv
In All Kinds of Brick, Cement
and Artificial Stone Work
P. O. B. 358 Ocala, Fla
Dr D. M. Boney
EYE SIGHTf SPECIALIST
I have recently returned from
New Orleans where I have
been taking a post graduate
course in optometry under the most
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
OCALA - FLORIDA
Wf3e Johnny Smith,
"Mother, you know fbe way me and
Johnny Smith play I'm Indians an
he's soldiers?"- "Yes, dear; what or
it?" "Well. :f I don't let him lick me
every time we play, he ea,s I erea't
. Bear This in Mind 9
"I consider Chamberlains Cough
Remedy oy far the best medicine in
the market for colds and croup," says
Mrs. Albert Blosser, Lima, Ohio. Many
others- are of the same opinion. Ob Obtainable
tainable Obtainable everywhere. Adv.
Fishel still has some ENAMEL ENAMEL-WARE
WARE ENAMEL-WARE and DISHES to dispose of at
VEGE1 A BLES, MILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and day. Merchants Cafe. tf
SEE TLE ARM on the Silver
Springs road which furnishes the
Merchant's Cafe every day with
fresh vegetables, milk and eggs. tf.
Beautiful display of Ladies and
Men's Hats at FISHEL'S. 3t-wky
WTe havf a full line of Kodaks and
Brownies suitable for Christmas gifts.
18 Years Experience
The latest machinery, skill skilled
ed skilled labor and ann abudant
supply of soft water we are i
able to give the public an j:
exceptionally high quality y
Ocala Steam Launlry
Phone 101 402-404 South Main SL
Li- i n-j
Santa writes from the North Pole
i that he will be at Fishel's this X-mas.
Contractor in all kinds of Wood
Wsrk. Roofs repai led or Re Re-shingled.
shingled. Re-shingled. All work at Rock Bottom Prices.
Call Phone 457
Residence 806 S. Orange Street
Wholesale and Retail
We ship the famous CRYSTAL RIVER OYSTERS
in Seal Plug Carriers, which insures them reaching
you in a sanitary condition. We also furnish SALT
WATER PISH in any quantity. The most careful
attention is given small as well as large orders.
Write us for further information. .
CRYSTAL FISH AND OYSTER CO.
Crystal River, Florida.
Advertise in the Star.
OCALA EVENING STAB, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 21. 1915
VV. H. BAKER,
R. V. COVIN jTON,
ha m IIS
I (Continued from Fifth Page)
Council meets this evening.
Odd Fellows meet tonight.
Woodmen meet tomorrow night.
See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
Be sure to go to the Temple this
evening. It has a good show and is
going to divide the proceeds with the
hospital. See program elsewhere.
HE would appreciate a shaving
mirror set for his Christmas present,
and we have a complete line of them.
The Court Pharmacy. 20-5t
Owing to bad weather, the Business
Hen's Club did not organize last
night, but the members will get to together
gether together some time soon.
Make this an Electrical Christmas
by presenting her with one of our
Electric SMOOTHING IRONS. H. W.
Tucker, North Main street. 18-6t
The artistic taste of Mr. Karl J.
Weihe is evident in the rustic and
unique decoration of Weihe's show
Fresh Nunnaiiy's candies toy express
twice a week at Gerig's. tf
District Superintedent H. O. Mc Mc-Arthur
Arthur Mc-Arthur of the A. C. L. was in town
An ivory manicure set in a pretty
leather case would please HER for
a Christmas present. Our line is a
large and complete one. Look 'em
over. The Court Pharmacy. 20-5t
County Judge Smith has issued
marriage licenses to T. F. Knight and
Eva Sherouse, to Henry W. Ewing
and Sara E. Scott, to William C.
Cason and Bertha Love. The' judge
tied the knot for the second-named
couple, Mr. Ewing and Mrs. Scott, in
his office yesterday. ...
Santa writes from the North Pole
that he will be at Fishel's this X-mas.
Mr. Meyer Levine, district deputy
of the Modern Woodmen, who has
been in this section for some weeks
organizing lodges for, his order,
leaves in a few days for his home in
Dothan, Ala., to spend Christmas
with his family. He will return just
after the holidays to install a lodge
of Modern Woodmen in Ocala, hav having
ing having already received a large .number
of applications for charter member membership.
Fresh seeds of all kinds at the
Ocala Seed Store. tf
Thosw ivory tolet sets would make
HER a fine Christmas present and one
that shell appreciate. The Court
' Mr. H. H. Brown of Dothan, Ala.,
is in the city on business. He is an
extensive contractor and builder and
has been making a tour of the state
for the past few weeks.
elver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
Advice of Mother co Doubt Pre Prevents
vents Prevents Daughter's Uctkieiy End.
The following reports of tempera tempera-ure
ure tempera-ure and rainfall are made to the Star
by the government observer, F. G. B.
Weihe, every morning:
December 11 .....
December 12 .....
December 14 .....
December 15 .....
December 16 .....
December 18 .....
December 19 .....
Fair tonight and Wednesday, frost
tonight except extreme south portion,
rising temperature Wednesday.
Temperature this morning, 33.
Max. Min. Rain
.68 40 ..
.61 43 .05
.61 52 .26
.60 44 ..
.63 34 ..
.73 34 ..
.77 58 ..
.60 45 4.03
The. bad weather made the crowd
at the Temple slim last night, which
is a pity, as "The Crucible" was a de delicious
licious delicious little play. Its perfectly com comfortable
fortable comfortable in the theater if you can
summon the resolution to reach its
Mr. J. R. Dewey, the popular pro
prietor of the Merchants' Cafe, has
been confined to his room for the past
See FISHEL'S display of X-mas
Mr. Roy Nixon, a former Ocala boy,
on account of a return of the trouble
with his eyes, has had to give up his
place as teacher in the St. Augus
tine public school, returning to his
home in Tallahassee.
J. C. Howe, formerly a resident of
Ocala, arrived in the city recently to
spend the winter. St. Petersburg
Ready, Ky. "I. was, not able to do
anything for nearly six months," writes
Mrs. Laura Bratcher, of this place, "and,
was sown m oea tor tnree months.
I cannoLIell you how I suffered with
my head,, ajid .with nervousness and
Our family doctor told my husband be.
could not do me any good, and he had
to give it up. We tried another doctor.'
out he did not help me.
At last, my mother advised me to take
Cardui, the woman's tonic. I thought
it was no use for 1 was nearly dead a id
nothing seemed to do me any good. But
I took eleven bottles, and now I am able
to do all of my work and my own
I think Cardui is the best medicine in
the world. My weight has increased,
and 1 look the picture of health.
If you suffer from any of the ailments
peculiar to women, get a bottle of Cardui
today. Delay is dangerous. We know
it will help you." lor it has heloed so
many thousands of other weak women
in the past 50 years.
At all druggists.
Writt tmt O, attars oora Medicine Co- Ladies'
Adrisory Dept.. Chattanooga, Tenn.. for Sttcial
imtructiint on your casa and 64-paga book. "Horn
TrMtmaot tor woman." in plain wrappar. S.. ixr
O, girls, what could be a more suit
able Christmas present than our mil military
itary military brushes for HIM as a Christ
mas present? The Court Pharmacy. 5t
W. K. Lane. M. D., Physician and
nrs:eon, specialist Eye. Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala
Toys, toys, toys 9 Fishel's. 3t wky
Charlie Woods, one of our smart
young printers, is home from Orlan Orlando,
do, Orlando, where he has a position on the
The Smith Grocery company asks
us to announce that the store will be
closed all day Christmas, and their
patrons should remember to order
everything that may be needed be before
fore before Monday, the 27th.
WAR UPON PAIN
Norman Horne, Charles Duvall and
Robert Hall, high school boys, in the
former's car were this morning treat treating
ing treating a trio of pretty girls to a spin
around the city and on the boule- j
vards. Apparently the girls were al allured
lured allured by the sign, "Three girls want wanted
ed wanted for Jingo dance" on the back of
the car, but these same girls knew
beforehand what was in store for
Hall of the door proceeds above ex expenses
penses expenses tonight at the Temple will be
given to the woman's auxiliary board
of the Marion County Hospital for
the charity ward. A' delightful 'feat
ure of the evening, besides the splen
did pictures, will be a number of vocal
solos rendered by a few of the city's
best singers. Help the hospital by at attending.
tending. attending. Miss Isabel Burton of Sparr, who is
successfully conducting a class in ex expression
pression expression in Jacksonville, has returned
home for the holidays.
Mrs. W. B. McDonald and little
daughter, Florrie Mae, arrived yester yesterday
day yesterday from Jacksonville, and are guests
of her mother, Mrs. A. E. Condon,
and her brother, Mr. B. F. Condon and
Maj. R. A. Green was in town today
between trains on his way to Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Mr. and Mrs. Gijeen are
comfortably situated at their winter
home in Celarwater.
Mr. Olaf Zewadski will arrive
from Jacksonville Friday to spend
Christmas with his parents, Mr. and
Mrs. W. K. Zewadski.
PLANS OF FORD PEACE PARTY
Set Forth at a Meeting Held in Chris Christiana
tiana Christiana Sunday
Christiana, Norway, (via London),
Dec. 21. The first detailed announce announcement
ment announcement of the plan for the peace expe expedition
dition expedition headed by Henry Ford was
made Sunday at a meeting held under
the auspices of the students and pro professors
fessors professors of the Unitedsity of Chis Chis-tiania.T
tiania.T Chis-tiania.T Besides the 150 Americans al already
ready already in. the party ten people are to
join from each of the following coun
tries: Norway, Sweden, Denmark,
Holland, Spain and Switzerland. Aft After
er After Stockholm and Copehagen have
been visited all will assemble at The
Hague. There the entire body will
choose three delegates from each
country. It is stated that William
Jennings Bryan will be among the
Americans if he accepts the invita invitation.
tion. invitation. Twenty-one delegates will be
empowered to sit indefinitely. They
will have a two-fold mission:
First, to suggest possible means of
peace; second, to receive overtures for
peace directly from the belligerents.
Mr. Ford, it was publicly announc-
WANTED, LOST,, FOUND, FOR
SALE. FOR RLNT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
Pain is a visitor to every home and
usually it comes quite unexpectedly.
tfut you are prepared ror every emer emergency
gency emergency if you keep a small bottle of
bioan's Liniment handy. It is the
greatest pain killer ever discovered.
Simply laid on the skin no rubbing
required it drives the pain away. It
is really wonderful.
Mervm H Soister, Berkeley. Cal.,
writes: "Last Saturday, after tramp
ing around the Panama Exposition
with wet feet, I came home with my
neck sa stiff' that I couldn't xurn. J
applied ; Sloan's Liniment freely and
went to bed. To my surprise, next
morning the stiffness had almost dis
appeared; four hours after the secondl
application," 1 7was as good as new."
. March,riylOf At druggists, 25c. 1
t -P.. J. Theus of Ocala was here, the
1'attejv part of last week, completing
tne arrangements for the branch of
the TheuSj. Furniture company in. this
city. Crystal River News.
FOR RENT furnished rooms on
first or second floor; private bath
with hot and cold water; also rooms
for light housekeeping. Apply to
Mrs. L. M. Brinkley, 610, Fort King
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 on
January 1st. Apply at Pawn Shop,
Ocala, Fla. 9-6t
HELP YOUR LIVER IT PAYS
When your liver gets torpid "and
your stomach acts queer, take Dr.
King's -New Life Pills and you will
find yourself feeling better. They
purify the blood, give you freedom
from constipation, biliousness, dizzi dizziness
ness dizziness and indigestion. You feel fine
just like you want to feel. Clear the
complexion too. 25c. at druggists. 1
Toys, toys, toys at Fishel's. 3t wky
Notice is hereby given that the an annual
nual annual meeting of stockholders cf the
Mutual Mining Company will be held
at the office of the company in Ocala,
Fla., on Tuesday, December 28th,
Geo. F. Armstrong, Pres.
Robert W. Groves, Sec'y. 2t
WOOD We can deliver on short
notice any kind of wood, pine or oak.
Converse Mill. Phone 234. 3-tf
HOUSE TO RENT On Dorothy
street; modern conveniences. Apply
to A. G. Gates. 10-9-tf
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 Gold-ran,
ran, Gold-ran, 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
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
KEYS LOST A bunch of keys, lost
somewhere on the streets of Ocala. A
reasonable reward for their return
to D. S. Welch or the Star office. 3t
"Florida's Greatest Charity
This society has provided for during the year just closing over Eight Hundred Orphan Children of
'Florida. These helpless, homebss and friendless little ones have beeen cared for just as lovingly and
with every attention that they would have in their own homes, and most of them have been placed in
permanent homes of their own with their foster parents.
To carry on this great work, which the Star considers one of the most noble works of the state, has
cost a great deal of money and the society is short several thousaid dollars. The society is very anx anxious
ious anxious to close the year out of debt.
Won't you send some money to the treasurer whatever you can spare, from 25 cents up? Wont
you do it now? Beter still, won't you write the society and tell it" that you wil pay bo much a year,
payable quarterly, and send the first quarterly payment with your letter?
One of the handsome little books, issued each year, containing a full report of the society .accom .accomplishments
plishments .accomplishments will be mailed you if you write for it.
You who have of this world's goods, send a small portion of it to those who have net.
This space is not paid for by the society. It is a part of the Star's aid to this noble work.
Send all remittances to
361 St. James Bldg. Jacksonville, Fla.
ed, wjould place unlimited funds back
of the permanent peace delegation at
Augmented by the Norwegian dele delegation
gation delegation the peace party will leave Wed
nesday fcr Stockholm.
A TRIUMPH OF SURGERY
War Adds to the Conquests of the
London, Dec. 21. A new arm
stump has just been grafted upon the
body of a British officer who lost
both arms in action and came back
recently with a group of exchanged
prisoners from Germany. His arms
were amputated so close to the shoul shoulder
der shoulder as to leave no stumps.
One of the most brilliant of Lon London's
don's London's surgeons has now built out a
new stump to which an artificial arm
may be attached. He did this by tak taking
ing taking out a piece of bone from the pa patient's
tient's patient's leg and cutting a flap of skin
from his body. Muscles were attach
ed to the bone, so that the stump can
RAILROAD MEN WANT
AN EIGHT-HOUR DAY
Chicago, Dec. 21. The presidents
of the Brotherhoods of Locomotive
Firemen and Enginemen and the Or Order
der Order of Railway. Conductors together
with the heads of the Locomotive En Engineers
gineers Engineers and .the Brotherhood of Rail Railway
way Railway Trainmen began the preparation
of ballots today to be sent out to the
four thousand employees of 458 rail railroads
roads railroads asking their approval of the
eight-hour day and time and a half
for overtime. They will be mailed
January 1st and sixty days will be al allowed
lowed allowed for the vote.
PREMIUM LISTS FOR
THE SOUTH FLORIDA FAIR
Tampa, Dec. 21. Premium lists of
the South Florida Fair, to be held
here February 4 to 12, are now ready
for distribution. They can be secur secured'
ed' secured' by 'writing to A. L. Allen, secre secretary,
tary, secretary, and also will be distributed thru
the board of trade, postmasters and
express agents of all towns in the
section. An appropriation has been
set aside to pay premiums on pro products
ducts products that may have been overlooked
in the general list. Practically every
county in South Florida, also many
communities and individuals, will be
represented by exhibits and the
Island of Cibal will also make a mag magnificent
nificent magnificent showing. The Cuban exhibit
at the San Francisco Exposition will
be sent to-Tampa, also fresh products
from the island.
CANAL REMAINS CLOSED
Panama, Dec. 20. Another slight
movement of material in Gaillard cut
last night prevented the passage of
vessels through the Panama canal
today. It is expected ;that the canal
will be cleared for the transit of ves vessels
sels vessels tomorrow.
The committee appointed by the
National Academy of Science to in investigate
vestigate investigate the geological formatnon in
the canal zone and study the subject
f land slides arrived here today.
Work of inspection will begin tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The committee will remain un until
til until January 1.
A box of Crane's linen correspond correspondence
ence correspondence paper would make a fine Christ Christmas
mas Christmas present. The Court Pharmacy. 5t
rUiAll M..i),-,ll ii
I TRY OUB
7 it 7o ffVJ V
If you have bn hand a sufficient quantity of
Bill Heads, Statements and Envelopes
to carry you by the first of the month's billing,
period If not, 4
S E IEC U S
and let us prepare you for the work in ample f ?
time to prevent friction at bill making season, f I
Our facilities for turning out on short notice f j
Office Stationery, Programs,
Booklets, Invitations Visiting
Cards, Announcements, Etc.
are not excelled in this section of the state!
HAND BILLS, all sizes, A SPECIALTY
THE OCALA TA
LONG DISTANCE AND LOCAL PHONE 51
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OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evening" of each month a!
8:00 o'clock, until further notice.
A. E. Burnett, W. H.
Jake Brown, Secretary. A.1
CHAPTKi! -NO. 13, R. A. x.
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
fourth Friday in' every month at
8 p.m. II. S. Wesson, H. P.
.Jake Brown. Sec'y.
The Ocala Temple Lodge No. 2S
Pythian Sisters, meets every Tuesday
afternoon at 2:30 at Castle Hall, west
of courthou.se. Visiting members are
cordially invited to meet with us.
Lena Tompkins, M- E. C.
Kate B. HowelL M. R.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets, at Yonge'a hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of eacL
month at 72 o'clock.
Mrs. Jmily Webb, W. M.
Mrs. Lillian Simmons, Sec'y.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, L O. O. F,
meets in Yonge's Hall every Tuesday
Fort Kin?.Can3jJ No. 14 mets at
the-K. VrT. hall'at 7:30 p. m. every
second ani foarth Friday. Vtnitizz
gTvereign3 are always welcome.
r-VX-' 2t. W. Lamar, G- C.
Cen-cdrdia Loijre, FraternaT Union
of. America, meets in Yoagt5 -Hal)
;n the second Thursday evening of
each month. Geo. L. Taylor. F. M.
, -aTsf jKT-Sage, Secretary. Ad-
KXIGH'IT. OS" PYTlfLS
evening at 7:30 o'clock. A warm wel wel-jome
jome wel-jome always extendjd to visiting
brethren. M M. Little, N. G.
W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
OCALA LOD-'JECNO. 285, B. P. O. E.
Ocai8 Lodge No. 285, Benevolent
and Protective Ordev of Elks. meet9
the second and fourth "Buesday, even evenings
ings evenings In each month. ..Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren 7 aJwgyi? erc6mi.' Club housa
opposite -ppstuTc?e east siqe.
H. von Engelken, E. R.
Nelson Geise. Secietary. At.
. WOT'I3Jfcj OF THE WOKLD
Ocala Lodze No. 19. Convention
held every Monday at 7:30 p. m. at
Castie Hall, over the James Carlisle
drugstore. A cordial 'velcome to vis visiting:
iting: visiting: brothers. C. B. Howell, 'C. C.
' Ctas. K. Sage, K. of R. S. Ad
VEGETABLES, 3IILK AND EGGS
from our own farm daily. Open night
and May. Merchants Cafe. tf
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sobekcm:SerialHierarchy level 1 order 1915 1915
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