Generally r tonight and Sunday.
.OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916
VOL. 22 NO. 30&
Will St Forth Again Central Powers' Respon-
I sibility for the War
HER ALLIES, HAV1HG MADE SCRAPS OF PAPER OUT OF TREATIES, CANNOT
110V OBTAIN PEACE WITHOUT ADEQUATE GUARANTEES
Paris, Dec. 3The Triple Entente
Allies' reply to German peace note
will be handed American Ambas Ambassador
sador Ambassador Sharp tat, said the Petit
Parisian, and we published tomor tomorrow.
row. tomorrow. The notes forth again the
Central Powers ponsibility for the
war, said the p, and insists on
reparation and tutions as outlined
by Premier Daloyd-George in his
"speech in the h of Commons. It
says that Genr removed in ad advance
vance advance the basir negotiations by
failing toforrre proposals. The
note suggests tthe Berlin cabinet
in 1914 havingclaimed its con contempt
tempt contempt for trealcannot-pretend to
I SECOND IIOTE
German Government Says It Did Not Every -Eligible Dansel May VuT a
Misconstrue the First
- (Associated Press)
Berlin, Dec. 30. President Wilson
several days ago sent a second note j
. Husband or a Silk Dresa by
It is well understood that in Ocala
there is a large band of single men
who are too modest to ask admission
tc. double blessedness, and tho not
obtain the samiditions as powers explaining the first to the belligerents, owning. up to the fact have been hop
respectful og signatures, and but it has ben withheld from the pub-
must offer guaies.
lie here, it is said, because the Ger
man reply showed the German gov-
ing for proposals from the other sex
all the year which ends at midnight
! tomorrow. It is not so well known,
SPAIN SHIS nut
ernment hadn't misconstrued the I but it is established by a custom like
"purpose and aims" of the president's I the law of the Medes and Persians
Its Energetic est Against Sub
Outrages inat Contrast to
LANSING HAS NO COMMENT
Washington, D. C, Dec. 30. Secre
tary Lansing refused to comment on
that any lady who proposes to a man
jduring leapyear and is refused, pro
vided he isn't engaged, is entitled to
a new silk dress. 1
A bunch of philanthropists got to
the report that a second explanatory Igether last night and laid the case
note had been sent the belligerents before Judge Smith, who in the kind
to correct possible misinterpretations I ness of his heart offers to marry with
of the president's note calling for out any fee any lady to the man she
Madrid, Spaia Pans), Dec. -Jpeace terms. He refused to indicate J choses provedid the proposition is
The note aded to Germany on
the submarine tion by the -Span
whether he thought the report might I made before twelve o'clock tomorrow
have arise nout of sending abroad evening. As the time is rather short,
ish governmenlews 'at length the tne secretary's statements regarding I propositions in writing, mailed before
policy of Madrom the time tne the note. midnight, will count.
first Spanish tthe lsidoro, was other officials said they were sure The said philanthropists furnished
torpedoed in st, 1915. It de- th Berlin dispatch referred to two the Star with a list of names of the
clares the Sp: government has Statements Secretary Lansing issued! following shy and shrinking men, in
always mamtaihat it was illegal tfce day after the original note was any one of whom any lady will find an
to destroy pris is the constant made public. useful and congenial companion. Some
practice of subes, and that the ... names have been overlooked, and
i JJ.J 1 I K MKANT W K.I.I. I ...
caDinei aiso uucu m uuacno- i some have been overlooked on Dur-
tion of the dttion of London, Wasbington, Dec. 30 The Ameri- pose, but there is not one who is not
notably articlevhich, it is main- ,,nmpnf the thre known to at least one lady:
principal points in the note to the ''P.. H. Nugent, Ben Rhemauer,
tained, submarviolate by aban-
AID HUE RAILWAY OFFERS SPECIAL
ADVANTAGES TO OUR CITY
The Seaboard Air Line proposes toj to Ocala meant something. Mr. Lin
hrinc Ocala back into its own as a
winter resort and point of interest for
tourists, and, addressing a meeting
of business men in the courthouse last
night, G. Z. Phillips, assistant general
passenger agent, and S. G. Linder Linder-beck,
beck, Linder-beck, division passenger agent, of the
railroad, gave assurances that they
would advertise this city from one end
of the land to the other, just as they
do the other prominent resorts, if the
people of Ocala would in turn make it
worth while for the tourist to come
Mr. Phillips announced that in the
meantime arrangements have been
made for three-day stop-overs at
Ocala on all straight tickets through
here, and it is probable that a five five-day
day five-day stop-over will be allowed. Both
Mr. Phillips and Mr. Linderbeck said
they saw no reason why Ocala should
not become a place of attraction for
the tourists. Mr. Phillips suggested
that committees be appointed from
every civic organization in the city,
looking to making Ocala all that a
winter resort should be.
He suggested that an investigation
be made to find out whether the city
and county could give financial sup
port looking to making Ocala attrac
tive for tourists.
Mr. Linderbeck stated that the
granting of the stop-overs would in
itself advertise Ocala, suggesting to
the purchasers of tickets that a visit
derbeck said, furthermore, tnat he
would this winter do everything in his
power to get the winter visitors to the
state to visit Ocala.
The proposition made by represen representatives
tatives representatives of the Seaboard was unani unanimously
mously unanimously endorsed by the business men
present at the meeting, the proper
committees will be appointed, and the
project carried through to success. A
resolution, offered by Dr. Chace, who
said that when he became mayor he
would do everything he possibly could
to further the interest of the city,
was adopted by the meeting. .The
resolution reads as follows:
Resolved, That it is the unanimous
sentiment of this meeting that Ocala
take hold of" the proposition of the
Seaboard Air Line regarding the
question of attracting tourists to our
town and making Ocala attractive to
tourists. That we ask the S. A. L. to
make the stop-over privileges to ex extend
tend extend five days. That a committee' of
five be appointed by the chairman of
this meeting to formulate a plan for
a permanent organization .for 'this
Col. R. F. Rogers, president of the
Board of Trade, who acted as chair chairman
man chairman of the meeting, has appointed on
the committee of five the following:
Messrs. C. W. Hunter, chairman;
I M. R. JWilliams, John Boisseau, C. Ed.
Stubborn Battle on the Road
to the Sereth
ACCORDING TO BERLIN, TEUTONS Oil VERDUM FRIT HAVE
REPULSED ALL FRENCH COUNTER ATTACKS
The Russians and Rumanians are
fighting a heavy rear-guard action as
they retire toward the Sereth line in
northeastern Wallachia and southern
Moldavia. The German war office
claimed steady progress for the Teu
tonic forces along the entire front be between
tween between the Rumanian Carpathians and
the Danube. Along the Moldavian
frontier the Teutons have taken en entente
tente entente positions, capturing 660 prison
Operations on the Franco-Belgian
front have" been confined to small
movements in the region- of Verdun.
Berlin-announced the repulse of sev
eral French attacks.
Bonds Exchanged and Coin Stacked
Up This Year by the
NIPPON IS A
(Concluded on Fourth Page) 1
doning crews oken ships to the A f, George Easterling. T. D. Lancaster,
mercy'of the vifar from land. .. f putrals woulri h "rendered Lawton Smith, R. C. Smith, E. L.
The note fu recalls the vigor ,nxnlOT.Mp, if thiX war Stapp. Frank Sanders. Henry Hender-
of the represems of the Spanish continuedf a; suggestion that arrange- son, Carlton Ervin, Jim Pyles, W. V.
government, wit .say8, aome- m.nt h. mai1fc s Mftrantee flt,ft;nst Wheeler, Sam Mathews, J. H. J.
times, caused terlin government future conflicts and proposal that Counts, D. Niel Ferguson, M. L. Mer-
xo De surprises? rauicai hp fminfi fftr ,.mrmrW Vie I shon, R. L. Anderson Jr., J. D. Mc-
tude of Spainse protests, it is concrete peace terms of both sides. Donald Albert Harriss, Frank Harris
held, have beere energetic than Thig wag lea-ed toy. The admin- Jr., Frank Adams, Clarence and Bruce
Booster Week Closes and all
Subscriptions Must Be
Turned in to Secure
anv other neu state, even the
United States.-h regard to con
traband, the nys:
"What the aish government
does not admite central empire's
interpretation nternational law
whereby they y ships of nations
istration believed the second point MeGert Edward mcker, ur. Lindner,
would furnish means whereby the en-J G. Parrish, Carlisle Izlar, Waldo
tente allies could with propriety dis- Martin, Whit Palmer, Joe Bell, Mal-
CUSS peace. ivuim luuiauis, vt J-. vjaiiagiicx, iiw
ton. Davis, etc.
If the girls will get busy and give
us the results next week, we think
which have al complained and Promoters of Gil Industry in West Ke could fix UP few columns that in
STRUCK ANOTHER STRATA
protested agaiich an interpreta
The note co s with An an
nouncement thther steps are be-
Florida will Go Deep After
interest would pale the Star's cotnest
and the European war.
Tallahassee, Dec. 30. A second
ing taken to or dimmish in J strata of oil-bearing sand has been
future the risKpanish shipping, struck in the experimental well of the
IN BUSINESS FOR HIMSELF
The fire insurance feature of the E.
company in waicuiiaiM. Osborne insurance agency changed
county, and the heads of the company! hands today, Mr. Laurie Izlar having
A GENERAL KE
HAS JtEEN ORDERED I declare their intention of carrying the J purchased it, and will assume charge
hole to sufficient depth to strike a real I at once.
(Ass4 rressj gusher. f I Mr. Izlar has for the past year been
Cleveld, 30. Warran G. The first strike was a strata of rich connected with the Book ShoD as
btone and W.2e, heads oi .. tne oil-bearing sand, which was driven manager and hasxmade himself very
two railroad trhoods here, to- through 30 feet. Passings this strata popular with the Ocala public. He is
day denied thrircular had been a 20-foot strata of hard rock was an able young business man. and this
issued asking renewal of au- penetrated and the second strata of (together with his amiable and pleas
luuniy vu own.c.a 0u sand was reacned. mis second img nature, is sure to mean success
result of failu agree with the strata is declared by chemists to be to him in his new venture. He will
1 1 n A r n n tlpatlAn ft 4 Via A1 l ? 1a I nt m
jomuouo vii '"""v" w.s, ncn in cruae netro eum. irmsnn in rne nnif Nhnn tnr enmp
The promoters of the company de-j weeks yet to enable that concern to
clare their willingness to drive their I fill his place, in the meantime attend
well to a depth sufficient to bring in ling to his insurance business in the
a gusher, as they are confident that I evenings, with the assistance of an
persistence will finally result in such 1 office man."
The sale of oil leases is continuing RIDES A MAXWELL ROADSTER
, rapidly, there having been little or no
am son law.
rcular has been
Monday, Net's day, there will
be one complelivery by letter
carriers in thing. The stamp check in the excitement which attend
Mr. James P. Philins of the Ocala
and general d windows wiu te ej the first indications of oil and the Telephone company yesterday bough
open from 8 tcm. All mail will
he dispatched xed as usual.
' Rogers, P. M.
I hve a 191well car with ev ev-ity
ity ev-ity cquipment3t class condition.
Time on part mt if desired. R.
subsequent reports of chemists that j a pretty Maxwell roadster, a two
the sand brought up from the hole I passenger car, from the Maxwel
was rich in oil and that pumping J agency. 'Mr. Phillips bought the car
would develop a large quantity of If or his own personal use
crude petroleum. i
There are a number of splendid
Symphony Lawn stationery to be I selections among the January Victor
had only at Gerig's Drug Store. I records iast received at The Book
There's none better made. tf I Shop. Call and hear them. 3t
To the members of the 3,000 club,
competing for the $2,080 and all their
friends who are interested in the re-
It of the race, we wish to emphasize
the fact that all subscriptions must
be. turned in by tonight at 9 o'clock,
if you wish to get the largest possi
ble number of votes and when you
are in a voting campaign, it pays to
jet the largest possible number of
votes for each and every subscription.
Nine o'clock tonight marks the close
of booster week. By what you do
this week, it will be known if you are
a real booster, and your chances of
winning will rise or fall according to
the number of reserve ballots you
ake home with you.
There is a wonderful list of prizes
to compete for and it will pay you to
put forth your best efforts while the
booster offer is on.
When you win the Maxwell, you
have done something to be proud of
and should be the source of a lot of
pleasure to you to know that you
have wo nout over the entire field of
contestants. Others have won valu valuable
able valuable prizes offered by the Star in pre
vious campaigns, but they never had
the opportunity to win such valuable
prizes as these.
For these great award you face no
greater discouragement than their
Let no false pride obscure your vis
The ownership of the splendid car
oi one of the other valuable award
will more than make up for whatever
temporary inconvenience you have
suffered. You- will have your concrete
reward "to have and to hold."
Monday's issue of the Star will
contain the last nomination blank and
will be your last chance to become a
member of the 3,000 club. Think a
moment before you let the last
chance to enter sup tnrough your
i There is a lesson to be found in the
lives of those who reached the top. It
was not luck. They worked and were
ever on the alert to grasp the oppor opportunities
tunities opportunities that were presented to them
ine trouble is that many never
think of tomorrow live only for the
small things of today. They fail to
understand the value of the opportun
ities that come their way.
If you made the start today and
found yourself the proud owner of a
Maxwell touring car at the end of
three weeks, would you feel that this
sermon was in vain ? You can do this.
you can win the car in three weeks if
you really want a car. Let us help
you plan a short campaign. Oppor
Partial List of Club Members
F. B. Beckham, Ocala 271,620
J. F. Martin. Ocala... ..263,420
D. McCaskill, Ocala. ..... .237,000
A. D. Fausett, Ocala 230,100
Bernard Blair, Ocala 191,320
J. H. Brinson, ocala. .180,100
Mrs. G. W. Davis, Ocala. .154,260
Miss Chivalette Smith, Ocala. 144,000
Miss Ellen Stripling, Ocala.. 141,420
Miss Ruth Blair, Oklawaha. .141,290
Larue Hastings, Lake Kerr... 87,420
Louis J. Long, Ocala ........ 80,340
Miss'-Othelia Cassels, Bay
Lake .. .. 63,950
S. J. McCully, Berlin 47,420
T. J. Killebrew, Ocala. 38,010
Mrs Blanche Hall Thompson,
R. F. Connor, Ocala 36,480
C. G. Hamilton, Mcintosh 35,620
Wm. Littledale (Candy Kid)
Ocala . 18,010
Ernest Batton, Ocala... 6,090
Mrs. J. D. Robinson, Ocala... 5,420
J. Duncan Elliott, Ocala 5,390
Lee Dean, Dunnellon 5,000
Charles Savage, Ocala ...... 5,090
W.: T. Hall, Summerfield ...... 5r000
J. H. Spearing, Ocala ... 6,190
t hasJVlore People than Germany or
Austria and Three-Fourths as
Many as America
New York, Dec. 30. One billion,
two hundred fifty-eight million, two
hundred and nine thousand dollars
worth of bonds were sold on the New
York Stock Exchange during the year
ending yesterday. This is a new re record.
cord. record. Two hundred and four million,
six hundred and seventy-eight thou
sand shares kf stock changed hands.
IMMENSE AURtFEROUS IMPORT
There was six hundred and ighty-
four million, seven hundred thousand
dollars in gold imported into" the Unit
ed States this year, making a new re record
cord record for the importation of gold, a
Tokio, Dec. 30. A total estimated
population of 77,289,596 in Japan,
Korea and Formosa and the Japanese
lialf of Saghalien island, is announc
This shows an, increase of 1,670,835
over the estimate a year ago. The in increase
crease increase per 100 inhabitants of 1.60 per
cent, the same percentage -of increase
which has prevailed for the past four
The population of Korea or Chosen
eaped from 16,804,013 to 17,517,864,
an increase of 715,851 or 1.26
Of Airplanes Giving Practice
Army and Citizen
A RENEGADE AMERICAN
Douglas Suggests the Unconditional
Withdrawal of Pershing's
Hempstead, N. Y., Dec. 30. United
States army officers and civilians in
fourteen airplanes left here this
per J morning for Philadelphia. They were
joined by two others later and expect
to return tomorrow.
SEVEN ARRIVED SAFE
Philadelphia, Dec. 30 Seven of the
fourteen airplanes which left Hemp
stead, N. Y.,' this morning, landed
here two hours after leaving the
starting point. The others have not
toward clarifynig the situation.
Washington, -Dec. 30. Counsellor
Polk of the state department and biKAUfcitts lis lilt, Uii
Charles A. Douglas, Carranza's attor- I Among thi strangers in the city to-
ney here, conferred this afternoon on day are Mr. S. J. Triplett, of St.
the Mexican situation. Both were I Cloud, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. Tun-
silent after the meeting. It is under- nicliffe of New York city. They are
stood however, that Douglas suggest- on their, way to the gulf coast for a
eTthe voluntary withdrawal of the! hunting and fishing tripv
American expedition without await-J Mr. Triplett is vice president of the
ing an agreement which would go far Florida Press Association, and -has
been editor of the St. Cloud Tribune
for several years. He has disposed
of his interests at St. Cloud and will
in a few days take over the Inverness
Chronicle. Mr. Triplett has been
prominent in Florida newspaper cir
cles for many years, and the com
munity which is so fortunate as to
have him at the head of it3 newspa
per is inded fortunate, as he is a live
wire publicity man and all-'round
Mr. Triplett expects to move his
family to the Citrus county capital in
in J a short time, and the Star will be
pleased to have them as near neigh
You are strong and well
You hove to remain so
Your spine may get out of line
That's possible, r
You need some adjustments
You want the cause removed
Better start today
See the Chiropractor W. Jenson
Office at the Colonial Hotel
That's the place.
Delays are dangerous
ADVERTISE IN THE STAR.
If, the fire bell should ring would
you run and stop it or go and help to
si It is much the same
put out the fire'
way with a cough. A cough is a dan
ger signal as much as a fire bell. You
should no more try to suppress it than
to stop a tire bell wher it is Ringing.
but should cure the disease that caus-
FORDS FOR SALE
I have two good Ford touring cars
and one roadster for sale. Wide tread
and in good condition. Cash or time J es the coughing. This can nearly al al-ravmpnts.
ravmpnts. al-ravmpnts. R. R. Can-oil. Ocala. Fla. I ways be done by taking Chamberlain's
T I si i i ...
v,ougn rkemeoy. juany nave used it
Cough Medicine lor uuidren especially valuable for the persistent
Mrs. Hugh Cook, Scottsville, N. Y., cough that so often follows a bad cold
says: -About nve years ago wnen we lor an attack of tne grip. Mrs. Thomas
were living m uarcutt, JS. 1 doc-1 iJcechmg, Andrews. Ind writes:
tored two of my children suffering -During the winter my husbard takes
from colds with Chamberlain s Cough I cold easily and coughs and coughs.
Remedy and found it just as repre-1 Chamberlain's Cough Remedy is the
sented in every way. It promptly I best medicine for breaking up these
checked their coughing and cured I attacks and you cannot get him to
tneir colds quicker tnan anyxnmg 1 1 taice any otner. uotainar.ie every-
pucr nsAri llhtmnahie vervwhprp. trhpr
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916
OCALA EVENING STAR
PUBLISHED EVERY DAT EXCEPT SUNDAY
I1ITTI-YGER A CARROLL, PROPRIETORS
R. "R, Carroll, General Manager Port V. Leavengood, Dualnesa llaaagrer
J. It,' Benjamin, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla, posoffice as second class matter
One year, In advance.- $5.00 One year, in advance...... J8.00
S1X months. In advance 2.50 Six month, in advance -25
Three months, in advance. .... 1.25 : Three months, Id advance 2.25
One month, in advance.... ,50 One month, in advance .80
Another year's work less to do.
from overflowing hundreds of square
n-iles of land by the natural barrier
If chickens and turkeys could roost of the long line of sand dunes that
on their prices, their lives would be fringe the coast, reinforced at two or
safe. three points by artificial means. The
. J level of rivers and many of the canals
The average American court of law'in such regions is likewise higher
is run as tho time was able to borrow tranche surrounding country, being
as much of eternity as it needed.
Congress thinks the best way to
prepare this country against invas invasion
ion invasion is to' build breastworks of money.
Here's wishing rather than hoping
that 1917 may be a good year for
Ocala, Florida, America and all .the
In an order to his troops dated
the czar of Russia said there
should be "no thought of peace until
When the roll is called at the end
of next year, some of us won't be
here. But the Wacant places, except
in a few hearts, will be filled.
Mr. Wilson has been so successful
in his attempts to quiet the Mexican
factions that he probably thought he
might try his hand on Europe.
Long time ago, American dealings
with foreign nations went under the
name of "shirtsleeve diplomacy." It
lacked polish, but it meant what it
held in check by the dikes and em
Ifcankments that are maintained at
.'great pains and correspondingly high
i cost by the nation.
) : ;
Not all American business men who
visit Russia succeed in doing as much
business as they had hoped although
the exceptions are few and far be-tveen-r-but
whether they succeed or
not they come back telling the same
story of the manner in which they
were received. "I am afraid that
Americans don't treat any foreigners
the way the Russians treat Ameri Americans,"
cans," Americans," said one man just back. "I have
traveled some 10,000 miles in Russia
in the last months, and been every everywhere
where everywhere embarrassed by kindness.
Strangers smoothed away the difficul difficulties
ties difficulties of language and customs for me,
saw to it that I had a seat in the
crowded dining cars and, in short,
looked after me as if I, were their
dearest friend. Other "Americans told
me they had received the same wel welcome
come welcome and attentions everywhere."
, Here's .one on Powell. The Starke
Telegraph calls attention to the fact
that there is nothing in his New Port
Richey Post to tell where it is published.
The almost extinct honor of mar marshal
shal marshal of France i3 to be revived in
favor of Gen. Joffre. It will be done
in order to kick him upstairs as
gently as possible.
The hundreds of thousands of men
who have died bravely in battle dur during
ing during the past year probably loved life
as much as those whose principal am ambition
bition ambition seems to be to make money and
. spend it.
The power of Japan's new wireless
station which is now in regular com communication
munication communication with the United States by
way of Hawaii was strikingly shown
by its recent picking up of messages
sent from Northern Germany and
from some other continental wireless
stations. The Japanese station, which
is situated at Funabashi, ten miles
east of Tokio, was receiving a mes
sage from Hawaii when it picked up
several cipher messages addressed to
E. G. C., which stands for Madrid,
which were being sent by some pow powerful
erful powerful station some 6,000 miles away.
The next day a message was picked
up while it was being sent by North
The Times-Union seems io think
that if the war ends now, with the
two sides almost equally balanced,
such a result will make for the safety
of America. Perhaps it is right. It
is as reasonable a theory as any other.
"Early to bed and early to rise,
makes one healthy, wealthy and
wise," is an old proverb, but its truth
might be disputed by the woman who,
having several ''small children to sup
port, retires as early as 1 a. m. to
rise again four or five hours later.
Importation of jewelry of any de description,
scription, description, except by special license,
has been prohibited by the, British
government. Other goods prohibited
are: gold, manufactured or unmanu unmanufactured,
factured, unmanufactured, including gold coin and ar articles
ticles articles consisting partly of or contain containing
ing containing gold.
The American residents of Tokio
and .Yokohama started an American
Belgian relief fund on Thanksgiving
day. Within 48 hours the total con contributions
tributions contributions reached about 3,000 yen or
$1,500. One of the contributions,
which was for $500, was anonymous.
The Brooklyn Eagle says of Con Congressman
gressman Congressman Clark: "Clark of Florida
mends his fences with federal court
houses strewn all over his state."
This sounds like Mr. Clark has been
able to take a courthouse or two
away from the wideawake congress congressmen
men congressmen who represent New York.
More than 28,000 people were kill killed
ed killed by snakes and wild animals in
British India last year. The govern government
ment government reports show that 1,923 persons
were slain by tigers and other beasts,
and 26,385 perished through being
bitten by reptiles, an increase over
the previous year of 3,700 deaths net
in this manner. During the past five
years elephants tigers and other an animals
imals animals have killed 9,192 people in
British India, and, of course, of these,
tigers have claimed a toll of 3,682. In
the same period 116,828 persons have
died as the result of snake bites.
MRS. E. VAN HOOD
Editor for the Month of December
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
Sunday school 9:30 a. m.
Preaching 11 a. m.
Juniar League 2:30 p. m.
Senior League G p. m.
Sermon 7 p.m.
All cordially invited, strangers wel welcome.
come. welcome. J. M. Gross, Pastor.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship. Pastoi
will preach. A
Subject, "The Investment of Faith."
6:30 B. Y. P. U.
7:30 Evening service.
Inspiring singing; evangelistic ser
The home economics conferences, There will be no services at Grace
programs and exhibits were held in Episcopal church tomorrow. Sunday
the room of Co. "F" and the main au
ditorium of the armory, in the grand
ballroom on the main floor of the As
tor hotel and in the north and east
ballrooms near the top of the hotel.
As we were ushered about from con
ference to conference, from room to
room and building to building, we felt 1 u a m
very mucn nice tne little woman wno A public reading room is maintain maintain-had
had maintain-had recently returned from a trip e(j ;n Yonere's hall. oDen on Tuesdavs
"Home Keeping Hearts are Happiest"
At the recent state federation
meeting in Miami, the report on the
home economics program of the bi biennial
ennial biennial held last May in New York
was made by Mrs. W. T. Gary of
Ocala. Mrs. Gary was honored by the
nominating committee at the Miami
session by being selected as state
chairman of the home economics de department
partment department of Florida, so it is with an
unusual degree of pleasure that we
publish her paper, as one not only ex
cellent in itself but the message of a
school at the usual hour.
Christian Science Society of Ocala
Sunday service 11 a. m.
Sunday school 10 a. m.
Thanksgiving service, Nov. 30, at
and Fridays from 3 to 5 p. m.
abroad and upon being asked if she
had visited Rome replied that she
didn't know; her husband always
bought the tickets. After we had
waited around almost'an entire morn
ing for a chance to purchase tickets
a x i i : j: ; ;
h, we uume tS uuurcr we ccr- The Temple nJght chock.a.
tainly wished that our husbands were block with le to see the universal
. DREW A BIG CROWD
there to buy our tickets.
This dinner was the opening num
ber of the home economics program.
It was held at the Astor hotel on the
second evening of the biennial arid
favorites, Coburn's minstrels. Not
only was everybody in town who
could go present, but many came in
cars from all over the county and
some from the nearby counties. All
. : J J i m: ttt I
vvs picamcu uver uy u raien the seats were taken and some had to
Louise Johnson, the very emcient
chairman of the department, and
be turned away.
It's the consensus of
n f T : 1. i
Mjviuwu, ime ux we uunowy Coburn's minstrpl tronnp lit wi.P
presidents of the federation. Lw. if
The most spectacular numbers of while it has ivGn 0cal
the entire home economics program formance every season for a number
were those on the subject of clothes. of vpars thp nnp A -hi. wac
That this biennial gave so much at- tpr than anxr nrpinv.
tention to this subject was perhaps
due to the fact that the general. fed federation
eration federation at the Chicago-biennial drew
up a resolution endorsing the move
ment for simple, becoming and mod
est designs in women's clothes.
The first program on the subject
The plot was the famous visit of the
A PROMINENT ORLA v
Mrs. KfthPrt. .T Rnrrlofa ixraro nthoi- i.iVf iU Ci t.p?z nl thP rhr-t
Dr. Benjamin R. Andrews
CAPITAL and SURPL
We solicit new business with a vi
of making it mutually profitable.
millionaire hunt club to India, which
was'worked out last summer and giv given
en given to the public when the season be began
gan began with the most gratifying results.
Lester Lucas, as the rajah, had the
leading role. He could please an
Ocala crowd in an inferior part, and
as the star his rays were fulgently
reflected back to him by the crowd
Charlie Gano was even more amus amusing
ing amusing than usual, and this first-class
pair was backed up by a royal flush
consisting of Frank Melville, Harry
Ford, Earl Rowland, Charles Cameron
and Charlie Vermont, with severo
other good cards to draw to. The
music was particularly good and the
entire program was highly appreciat
Ocala will be glad if Coburn's min
strels can play a return date, and wil
be on the lookout for them next sea
ity, and Miss Isabelle Lord of 14?'' v f cjnnectcd v.ith it.
Institute, were on the nroeram. Mu7 ; jJ L ha J exposed my-
n;A4- tp i, a tj MivkMf self to very incle-
One of the effects of the enforce
ment by the United States of more
stringent passport regulations, is that I and Jasting materials.
For Severe Cold with. V
Orlando, Fla. 'D Pier
was opened by Mrs. Pennybacker, and Medical Discovery has certaiuly r-u
nerhaDS the most intprpsitinc fprftnrp the best ci cv:
uoraon. Mrs. i nomas a. Jdison and .mn.', nri f? rt
other 4X fi bk
irews Any one so afflicted
. OTvy .. v.;j-.,v'. ... .,.-,, 4k.
XT ,7 o i T V' Jrt"u"s ux ment weather while
the New, York School of Fine and Ap- doing my farm work. I was not a strong
phed Arts, spoke on "The Vital As- man, ana was in" a ran-do .vn condition,
nf -MAtm n.n,, ah t v Had tired, wornout feelincs ail the time
, A, ... ana my deDility was so as to make my
speakers denounced the rapid changes daily duties very laborious. The onlv
in styles on tne grounds 01 extra v- reiiei l got was Irom IJr. Tierce s Uolden
ae-ance. A snlendid exhihit. wns nrp- Medical Discovery, and 1 am pleased to
ers College, consisting of twenty cos- The best time to cure a cough is when i
tumes of different periods during the starts. Ordinarily, a few doses of Dr.
one hundred years following 1790 FieTce'a Golden Medical Discovery will
v j i rr.i cure a cough at the beginning. But even
on living models. The purpose of this wnen the cough is deep-seated and the
exhibit was to show how slowly the body is wasted by emaciation, Dr. Pierce's
styles changed during that time, thus Golden Medical Discovery will, in most
. j-v vi j. t. i j. cases effect a permanent cure.
making it worth while to buy elegant Gpt T).- propa rM AT?Mi Dl
FORDS FOR SALE
I have two good Ford touring cars
and one roadster for sale. Wide tread
and in good condition. Cash or time
payments. R. R. Carroll, Ocala, Fla.
14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol
lar's worth of other groceries on Sat
urday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
NOTICE dP IXTEXTIOJT TO
APPLY FOR LETTERS PATENT
"Notice is hereby given that on the Gth
aay or January. A. Tt. 19W. tine, imir.
signed will apply to the governor of
the state of Florida, at Tallahassee
Florida, for letters patent to issue un
der ine ioiiowing- proposed charter. charter.-GEORGE
GEORGE charter.-GEORGE GILES.
JOSE P. GILES.
F. P. GADSON.
JAS. A. BUTTERFIELD.
.. iST. GEO. RICHARDSON.
covery to-day from any medicine dealer
there are no further extradition cases standardized dress was also agitat- w a powertui Diooa puruier. so pene-
Judging by the newspapers, Presi President
dent President Wilson's peace proposals have
stirred up almost unanimous hostil hostility
ity hostility in Britain, France, Italy and Rus Russia.
sia. Russia. They have been officially ap approved
proved approved by the neutral countries of
Holland, Switerland, Sweden, Norway
and Denmark. In Germany and Aus Austria
tria Austria they have met a general approv approval,
al, approval, qualified by some suspicion and
Lithuania, a Baltic province of Rus Russia,
sia, Russia, now overrun by the Germans, and
which is greater in extent and popula population
tion population than Sweden, has had its aspira aspirations
tions aspirations stirred by the war and is look looking
ing looking forward to emerging from it
either as an independent republic pat
terned on American lines, or as an
autonomous nation with its own par
liament and home rule subject to
Russia's imperial authority only in
matters of national defense.
of Americans from England. Dur- fv T does not mean a uniform .S,
ing many, years before the war there dress but a general style for business of the system.
were a substantial number of such an(i street' costumes which would be Depend upon this grand remedy to
cases, so many that dealing with them od for several years. A, manufac- fZv'h
constituted an important division of turer snowed than on account of the keener, .and puts ambition and energy
the wor kof officials at the embassy. oss on "out f date" goods the retail into the entire body. You will not be
So well have the new regulations W- Price of an "up-to-date" suit is many disappointed For free advice or free
m -m I iifMiu it-!, i hi nnuu' n,' ri r t-M r i a Kioinn
erning the issuing of nassnorts serv- Per cent higher than it need be under nffi xT v
aA & laimn n-e j I other condit.inns. I
;:' "v ,Mvy.fcaw i5 ... ..m x. In sickness and health send for the
ine current year inere has not been a I ouuJca ui uuuuc service, People's Common Sense Medical Adviser.
single case of an AmeHran criminnl food shelter, child-welfare and moth- A book of 1K)3 vanes.. Send 3 dimes to
or suspect being arraigned at Bow eihod occupied thpir places on the Dr- ripce. Invalids Hotel, Buffalo, N. Y
street police court for extradition. program. I must also mention the
splendid address of Dr. George E.
Munroe county has established a Vincent of the University of Minne-
quarantine against tick infested live sota on ilome-Making as a Fine
stock and has started war on the tick. -V and no report on home eco eco-Now
Now eco-Now that Florida is coming into her nomfcs. would be complete without a
own as a stock raising state it is "up mentl0n of tne state's relation service
to -the counties to begin work on the or tfte u department of agricul-
lines laid down by the state laws for ture- m. uavid K. Houston, secre- Also Flower and Feld Seeds
the complete eradication of the tick taiy of ...agriculture,- and Dr. A. C. CHOICEST DRUGS AND DRUG
drawbacks to successful Arue were on the Program and
NEW SPRING GARDEN
NOW IN STOCK
THE SPECIALTY SHOP
TOE LATEST BOOKS and
GIBSON'S GREETING CARDS
DAINTY DANCE PROGRAMS
PARK & TILFORD'S CANDIES
FRENCH BRIER and
A. E. GERIG
One Door East of M. & C National
It may not materially affect the
present generation or the next, but if
the land level of Holland continues to
sink, there is danger of the subsidence
becoming so great that, despite all the
progress of engineering science, it
will be impossible to much longer con continue
tinue continue the present ceaseless struggle
with the waters. A large part of the
Netherlands, lies some 'feet below the
level of the sea, which is only kept
E. C. JORDAN & CO.:
course the. American Home Economic
Association was' represented by its
president, Miss Van Rennselaer.
I feel that I am not doing the de
partment justice by mentioning mere
facts, for in comparison with the
great ideal of home economics these Ocala, Florida
details seejn trivial, so I quote from
Miss Johnson's biennial report these
'Remember, home economics is not
just clean food, nor standardized
dress, nor safe housing, nor even the
making of a budget and living on it.
It is right living, and this means
ideals. It is Truth, Goodness, Beauty,
beauty of life and living. It is to see
home and its meaning in its largest
sense and its relation to the men,
women and children in it, as well as
to the community in which it is plac
ed. It is to realize that to make home
we must first define it, then have a
desire to obtain it, and an education
which enables us to secure and keep
Mail Orders Carefully and
TYDINGS & COMPANY
Druggist and Seedsmen
Telephone No. 30
OAK or PINE Any Length
P. P. COSTELLO
Funeral Directors and
WILBUR W. C. SMITH
Phone 10 Ocala, Fla
CARPENTER AND BUILDER
Careful stimates m?de on all Con-
ELECTION OF OFFICERS tiact work. Gives More and Better
COMMERCIAL CLUB Work for the Money than Any Othp
The members of the Commercial Corf actor in tbr City
Club will please remember that the
meeting of the club for the annual
election will be held at 8 p. m., Thurs Thurs-day,.
day,. Thurs-day,. Jan. 4.
COPY OF ; PROPOSED CHARTER OF
riiiu UJSOKG-'E OILES COMPANY
Vve, the undersismed. herelv asso
elate ourselves tog-ether for th nur.
pose of becoming- incorporated under
tne laws or tne state of Florida applic-
a-uie iu corporations ior pront.
lhe name of thi corporation shall
us me ueorge iiies company and its
principal plce of 'business snail "be in
tne city oi Ocala, Marion county. Flor
Ida, but It may establish offices and
branches in such other iplace or places
in the state of Florida or outside oi
said state as it shall deem desiraole
in tne conduct or its. business.
The general nature of the business
or 'businesses to 'be transacted by this
. (a) To own and operate a mill or
coiion iactory lor the purpose of man manufacturing
ufacturing manufacturing yarns, threads and all kinds
ot cotton goods;
lb) ro own and operate patents
and processes for the purpose of
bleaching and dyeing all kinds of Its
(c) To buy, sell and gin cotton and
to deal in cotton seed and manufacture
therefrom products and by-products:
(d) To manufacture and deal in all
kinds of feed products;
(e) To engage in a general mercan
(f) To buy, lease, own and control
all Kinds of real and personal prop property;
erty; property; (g) To borrow and lend money,
giving and receiving therefor such evi
dence of indebtedness or security as
may be required or oreemed necessary;
(h) To do any and all things neces
sary for carrying on the above specified
The amount of capital stock of this
corporation shall 'be One Hundred
Thousand ($100,000) Dollars, divided
into four thousand shares of the par
value of Twenty-five ($25) Dollars
each, to be paid for in cash or in ser services
vices services or property, at a just valuation
fixed therefor by the board of directors.
The term for which this corporation
shall exist is ninety-nine years.
The 'business of this corporation la
to be conducted by a president, a -vice-
presj dent, a secretary, a treasurer, any
two of which said offices except the of- i
fices of president and vice-president
may be held by one and th.e same stocK
holder, which said officers shall te
elected by the 'board of directors
at the annual meeting of said
board; and by a board of directors con consisting
sisting consisting or not less than three nor -more
than nine members to be elected by the
stockholders at their annual meetings.
The following officers are to conduct
the business of this corporation 1111111
those elected at the nrst annual meet
ing shall be qualified: President,
George Giles; vice president, Frank P.
Gadson: secretary and treasurer, J. P.
Giles, and H. F. Booth, superintendent:
and George Giles, J. P. Giles, i P. Gad Gad-son,
son, Gad-son, J. A. Butterfield and A. St. Geo.
Richardson, directors. The annual
meetings of this corporation shall Te
held on the third Tuesday m January,
1917 and annually thereafter on the
third Tuesday in January.
The highest amount of Indebtedness
or liability to which this corporation
can at anv time subject itself, is One
Hundred Thousand ($100,000) Dollars.
The names and residence of the sub
scribers are: Number
Name Residence of Shares
George Giles, Ocala, Fla 600
ase P. Giles, Ocala, Jfia ...iuw
P. Gadson, Ocala, Fla 100
as. A. Butterfield.
St. Georges, Bermuda...... 20
A. St. Geo. Richardson
A few baskets left at Gerig's Drug
Store. Better come quick if you want 1
He ad aeries
lea to stomach. Lver or kidney are per-4
-ijn-v-'I- rAlccl T-y Shrp.r liberal U ater.
Vsitlv?iy ruar-.iiteJ .y r .'.-y-Uick osier.
"astfs ftite; costs a tn ;. -Delivered any-
:tre by O'-r Or.?. P : -crs, C oart
. ." .. lit
We have amon our "trade ins" Ol Ford
Roadster in perfect condition, with bri new
tires, guaranteed to be in A-l shape throujut.
Three Touring CarsThese range! price
from $175 to $225.. f
We are prepared to sell on payments ifesired.
cala Maxwell Amy
R. R. CARROLL, Prop. j
F1L.0 1R I I AN
FINEST AND QUICKEST TRAIN OPERATED ENTIREI WITniN
THE STATE OF FLORIDA ALL THE YEAR
SEABOARD. AIM HEIY.
"THE PROGRESSIVE RAILWAY OF THE SOU!
1:35 p.m. Lv.
4:30 p.m. Ar.
6:21 p.m. Ar.
7:50 p.m. Ar.
Dade City ..
St. Peter iburg
. J7:15 p. a
, B:10 p.m
....D:15 a. rn.
BROILER DIG CASS
SOLID STEEL COACHES
: OBSERVATION PARLOR CARS
JOHN BOISSEAU, C. P. & T. A G. Z. PHILLIPS, A. A
Phone 129, Ocala. Florida t Jackso, Florida
Clycie Steammslilp oc
Jacksonville and Mew 1
Calling at Charleston, S.C -TflE
FINEST COASTWISE VESSELSIAFIOA
FARES, Including All Expenses j
1st Cabin Excursion 2d Cat'rage
To New York .$24.90 $43.30 $19.0 $12.50
To Charleston 8.00 12.00 6.0 4.00
i Write for schedule and further particulars.
H. G. WENZEL, Florida Pacccngcr nt
Ticket Office, Pier 1, Foot of lib trty St, Jacksonillerida.
MERCHANTS & flERS TRAHSPORTATIOII mil
"Queen of Sea Routes
FIRST-CLASS FARES FROM JACKSONVILLE
Washington, D. C.
Philadelphia, Pa., $22.40
New York, N. Y... 24.40
Boston," Mass., .... 27.00
Providence, R. I., 26.00
Buffalo, N.-Y. 27.80
Elmira, N. Y . 25.73
Tickets include meals and stateroom berth on steamxeept
tickets reading to Savannah, Ga., do not include meals.
Staterooms on all steamers outside, large and airy. Stess Su Suwannee
wannee Suwannee and Somerset have special rooms, with brass bed bath,
toilet, etc. Wireless on all steamers.
Steamers leave Jacksonville via Savannah, Ga., at 4 Wed Wed-nesday
nesday Wed-nesday and Saturday, to Baltimore, and Thursday and ay to
Through tickets to all points. For further information;rated
booklets, reservations, etc., write or call,
H. C. Avery, Agent. J. F. WARD, T. P. A L. D. JOC. A.
STATE OF FLORIDA,
COUNTY OP MARION.
On this day personally came oerore
me George Giles. J. P. Giles, P. P. Gad-
on J. A. uutterneid ana a. eL ueo.
Richardson, each to me well Known,
and each acknowledged to me that he
ubscribed the foregoing proposea
charter of The George Giles Company
and for the number of shares set op opposite
posite opposite his respective name, and that he
Isrned the same ror tne uses ana par-
poses therein set forth and expressed.
IN ITXKJ5S Wlit-Ktui1. l cave
hereunto set mr hand and efficial seal
on this the 29th day of November, A.
(Seal) PEARL E. ANDERSON.
Mv commission expires February 21.
JANUARRY 9, 1917
FAST MORNING TRAIN
JACKSONVILLE to CHICAGO and SHUIS
Lv. JACKSONVILLE. .9:15 A. 31. j j Ar. JACKSONVILLD P. U.
Observation Cars, Compartment Cars, Standard Sleepers, 1 Cars.
STANDARD RAILROAD OF THE SOUTH
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OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916
If You Have Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Two-One-Five
or Five-One Y
The Old Loveliness
Old books, old friends are best,
Old things are loveliest;
Old houses and the glamour of old
The olden" peace, the olden, quiet
Old gospels and old dreams
With new delight life teems
When these are read, when these are
All youth at last grows old.
In bleak December, lo!
A whirlwind of white snow,
O heart! lost April then
Seems wonderful again.
Yet dream new dreams, be glad
For all the soul once had,
Old books, old friends are best
Old love is loveliest.
- Charles Hanson Town.
Mr. W. D.' Richey and son William,
who have been spending the holidays
wjth Ocala friends, left this morning
for their home in Lakeland. Mr. Rich Richey
ey Richey for many years made Ocala his
"-headquarters and numbers his friends
Mrs. Vernie Stevens and attractive
little daughter, Margaret, will leave
tomorrow for Lakeland, after spend spending
ing spending Christmas with Mr. and Mrs. B.
. Weathers and family.
If T?A T i
(will arrive this afternoon to spend
the week-end with Mrs. Ford at the
Home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B.
I Judge knd Mrs. W. S. Bullock and
Ir. William : Bullock have returned
rom Tapipa, where they spent the
yhristmjs holidays. Miss Bullock
.Will renain about two weeks longer,
the guejt of her sisters, Mrs. George
;IcKearand Mrs. C. V. Miller.
j Miss Martha Kate 'and Louise
, Rentz eft thi3 morning with Mr.
r Stepha Jewett in his car for Mor-
ristonhere they will take the train
for'Crber. They will remain there
CAPITAL STOCK $50,000.00.
Slate, County and City Depository.
,, -i-,M - --
REGULAR DINNER 35c
J A LA CARTE SERVICE SEE BILL OF FARE ..
We Please the Public
3: John Motrc, Manager.
4 PHONE 399
1J COMMERCIAL BANK BUILDING MAGNOLIA STREET
OYSTERS are a most important factor in your food problem
OYSTIiRS are not, as has been erroneously stated, a luxury,
OYSTERS are, in fact a real daily need.
They possess the merits of Food Economy, Food Value, Healthful- -ness
and a "Peculiar" delicacy that lends itself to the preparation
of many tasty dishes. j
: V PRICES
$1.25 Per Gallon, Single Gallon
$1.15 Per Gallon, in Five Gallon Lots
$2.00 Per Barreil,
GULF FISH & OYSTER COMPANY.
J Crystal River "ovrs
lz Save the Equipment and Ability
To serve you as you ought to be servied, and when you are not let us
j ju again, to let us know, for thit is the only way we can accomplish
course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they are not inten-
nd, if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY.
la lee &
with their father until after New
Year's day when they will return to
Tallahassee, where they attend
Mrs. B. A. Weathers Hostess
Mrs. B. A. Weathers entertained
five tables of auction yesterday af afternoon
ternoon afternoon in compliment to her daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. George Ford, her daughter-in-law,
Mrs. B. S. Weathers, and her
,neice, Mrs. Vernie Stevens.
The living rooms were decorated
with poincettas and ferns and here
several very pleasant hours were
Mrs. Clarence Camp won the prize
which was an embroidered hot di3a
Server, Mrs. E. T. Helvenston and
Mrs. H. C. Dozier cut for the second
prize, a handkerchief case, which was
won by Mrs. Dozier.
A delicious salad course, coffee and
plum pudding was served after the
Those playing were Mrs. G. H.
Ford, Mrs. B. A. Weathers, Mrs. Ver Vernie
nie Vernie Stevens, Mrs. Charles Lloyd, Mrs.
Clarence Camp, Mrs. Jack Camp, Mrs.
H. C. Dozier, Mrs. Harvey Clark, Mrs.
C. S. Cullen, Mrs. A. C. Williams,
Mrs. J. J. Gerig, Mrs. E. T. Helven Helvenston,
ston, Helvenston, Mrs. E. M. Howard, Mrs. E. J.
Crook, Mrs. C. B. Ayer, Mrs. G. T.
Maughs, Mrs. W. W. Harriss, Mrs.
Annie Van Deman, Miss Stotesbury
and Miss Weathers, Mrs. D. E. Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver and Miss Miriam Pasteur joined
the players for refreshments.
Mrs. T. J. Nixson and son, Ray Raymond
mond Raymond left yesterday for their new
home in Tampa.
Miss Louise Nixon has arrived from
Jacksonville and will be the guest of
her aunt, Mrs. George Taylor for
Mrs. Sanford Jewett and two
daughters will leave tomorrow for
their home in Lakeland.
Rev. and Mrs. J. R. Herndon and
two daughters will arrive home to today
day today from Umatilla, where they spent
the Christmas holidays.
The Temple will start the New
Year with one of the prettiest pic
tures that any movie factory ever
ef cial Ba
FRESH MEATS. POULTRY.
FISH AND OYSTERS
kinds Fresh Vegetable
are better Pinri
Pretty Daughter of Tax Collector Str
turned out, "Snow. White," in which
that lovely little actress, "Marguerite
Clark," will be the. star. To see it
will be one of the best ways of begin beginning
ning beginning 1917.
Mrs. R. S. Hall Hostess
Mrs. R. S. Hall will entertain most
informally at her lovely home tonight
in compliment to her guests, Misses
Beulah s Hall, Lillian Thomasson,
Eloise Henry and Miss Caroline Mil Miller,
ler, Miller, who will arrive this afternoon
from St. Petersburg.
Others invited are Misses Jeanette
Sherrill of Mayfield, Ky., Minnie Sto Sto-vall,
vall, Sto-vall, Blair Woodrow, Nina Camp and
Messrs. Earl Hall, Robert and Leslie
Anderson, Clarence Meffert, Carlisle
Izlar, Paul Weathers, Sam Burford
and Alfred Green.
Opening of the Lake Weir Yacht Club
The Lake Weir Yacht Club at East East-lake
lake East-lake will open with a dance tonight,
which will begin at 7:30. A large
crowd from Ocala will go down to tonight,
night, tonight, also five or six cars full will
leave, for there this afternoon.
Moving .Picture Party
Miss Rose Wolf will entertain
about fifteen of her girl friends Mon Monday
day Monday afternoon at a moving picture
Miss Florence Leitner Hostess
Miss Florence Leitner will enter entertain
tain entertain a number of her friends Monday
afternoon "at a moving picture party.
Mr. Brantley Weathers leaves to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow for his home in New York.
Mr. Paul Weathers leae at the same
time for Boston.
The regular monthly meeting of the
Woman's Auxiliary of Grace Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal church will be held at the resi residence
dence residence of Mrs. C. L. Bittinger ori
Tuesday, January 2nd, at 3 p. m. A
full attendance is desired, this being
the time for election of officers for
the ensuing year, also election of
delegates to the annual meeting at
Tampa. The members of the congre congregation
gation congregation and their friends are cordially
invited to, be present.
Mr. J. M. Thomas of the Munroe &
Chambliss Bank received the sad
news this morning of the death, at
her home in Atlanta, of his cousin,
Mrs. M. J. Thomas. Mr. Thomas left
on this afternoon's train for Atlanta
to attend the funeral.
Mrs. Abernathy and Miss Tommie
Abernathy will return from Tampa
today where they spent Christmas
with Mrs. GrahamJ Miss Abernathy
will -be the guest of Miss Dorothy
Schreiber until next Tuesday.
Mr. W. I. Evans left today for his
home in Ft. Lauderdale.
The many friends of Miss Elizabeth
Home will be sorry to hear she is
very sick and will not be able to re return
turn return to school in Norman Park, Ga.
Miss Ethel Home and her two guests
will return to school next Tuesday.
A beautiful Christmas gift came to
Mr. and Mrs. Neill Weathers in the
shape of a dainty little daughter, who
arrived at their home in New York
Christmas morning. The little girl
will make lovely company for the
two brothers who preceded her.
Mr. B. S. Weathers arrived from
Jacksonville this afternoon, to visit
his parents here.
Mrs. H. C. Groves reached home
yesterday from New York, where she
spent the summer. She stopped for
a few days to visit friends in Geor Georgia.
gia. Georgia. V
Miss Catherine Henry, who has
been the guest of Miss Elizabeth
Hocker for several days, will return
to the lake today. Miss Henry .will
Jeave Tuesday for Orlando, where she
attends the Cathedral school.'
Seven reels will be shown at the
Temple tonight. The Keystone Come-
V j -.
::,-Mt4 V-y-. -Sis': Ss",'
S'r'fKi ,r fr- t'i"'i;' ':'f, iAS' '',Sf
ipling and One of. the Leaders in the
shown today. "Susan Rocks the Boat
featuring Dorothy Gish, has been
For Little Ocala Visitors
Little Miss Alice Cullen and Master
Spencer Cullen are giving a moving
picture party this afternoon in com
pliment to the little Christmas visit
ors who will all return to their homes
tomorrow or Monday. They will be
chaperoned by Mrs. C. S. Cullen, and
after seeing "Susan Rocks the Boat"
and the Keystone comedy, they will
go to the Court Pharmacy for ice
cream and cake.
Those invited -were Misses Mar Margaret
garet Margaret and Nan Jewett, Virginia Bur Bur-ford,
ford, Bur-ford, Margaret Stevens, Elizabeth
Williams, Susan Stovall, Charlotte
and Anita Chazal,. Frances Clark,
Frances Mclver, Margaret Chace,
Dalvelle Pasteur, Mary Fleming
Rawls, Nell Wallis, Lucretia Hocker,
Martha Taylor, Hope Mills-Price,
William Edwards, Ford Birdsey and
Clarence Camp Jr. ,1
Mr. Lester Lucas, with Coburn's
nnnstrels, will remain in the city un until
til until Tuesday.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meffert, of Lowell,-came
in yesterday to see Co Co-burn's
burn's Co-burn's Minstrels.
Mr. Guy Zewadski will return to
OF IMPORTANCE TO GOLFERS
Men's Competition for Ford" Birdsey
Cup 18 Holes Match Play
Play to commence Thursday, Janu January
ary January 4th, 1917, and each following
Thursday until competition is com completed.
pleted. completed. Competitors if unable to play
on Thursdays can by arrangement
with opponent play any day until the
following Wednesday; Players unable
to play on Thursday and not arrang arranging
ing arranging with opponent to play by the fol following
lowing following Wednesday, lost by default.
Competitors handicapped and drawn
to play as follows.
H. T. Lattner 5
B. A. Weathers 14
C. Chazal 1. 11
F. Drake 5
J. P. Chazal 10
S. Jewett 9
J. M. Thomas
C. H. Lloyd
A. E. Gerig .....
R. L. Anderson Jr.
D. B. Mayo
L. R. Chazal
G. K. Robinson ..
W. S. Hilands
L. G. Ketchum
J. H. Taylor
W. M. Palmer ...
H. C. Dozier
N. P. Davis
C. H. Kittredge
II. Clark ........
L. W. Duval .....
F. Harris Jr
Phil Robinson .
R. C. Camp ......
I. F. Bennett
All kinds of seed for fall gardens
now in stock. Ocala Seed Store.
Especially prepared for the
Holiday Trade is now on display.
This is your opportunity for se securing
curing securing the latest models in
Party and Dress Hats.
Santa Claus. Headquarters
and Doll Sets of hat, cape and
HAIR GOODS and
Affleck Millinery Parlor
Opposite Gerig's Drug Store
Ocala House Block
"A Friend in Need"
Is a checking account with this progressive bank.
We invite your account and assure you of careful attention and ser-
vice, with courteous treatment, whether your account is large or small.
The Ocala National
The cold part of the winter is before us.
Now that Christmas is past, father must look look-but
but look-but for his comfort.
We have great values in SUITS for. .'MEN
and BOYS. Let us show you this line.
When you -have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting let us furnish you
estimates. No job too iarge and none
too small tf H. W. Tucker.
UNITED STATES TIRES
We have a stock of United States
tires in sizes for Maxwell and Ford
cars only, in plain and chain treads,
or both cars. For the few remain
ing days of this month prices that
have prevailed through the year will
be in force. After the first the new
schedule of higher prices prevails. A
hint to the wise is sufficient.
THE MAXWELL AGENCY,
Yonge Block, Ft. King Ave.
Says "Chiropractic is simply the ap
plication of mechanical common common-sense."
sense." common-sense." i
' This is very true. Science has al
ways looked for and studied t the
chemical make-up of the body, and if
some drug doesn't have some effect
on the weak organ its removal is ad
With Chiropractic we look for, lo
cate and adjust the physical cause of
disease or weakness. Headache,
heart, stomach, kidney, bowel trou
bles, as well as pains, etc., are direct
ly caused by pressure on some spinal
nerve, as resuit of a fall, overlifting
or some accident.
When ailing call for appointment.
W. Jenson, ,D. C, specialist on ner
vous and chronic diseases. Consulta
tion and spinal analysis free. Office
hours, 2 to 5 p. m., and 7 to 8 p. m.
Other hours by appointment. Tele
phone 45 one ring. Colonial Hotel,
rwin. Fla. ltW
A large supply of the January Vic
tor records are now in. Come and
make your selections early. The Book
Under New Management
The Best Meats and Vegetables to be
Had Served at all Times
REGULAR MEALS, or
A La CARTE SERVICE
OYSTERS A SPECIALTY
Fil. BASHA, Prop.
S DEMETRE, Manager
West of Court House, Between Deme-
tre and Carlisle
Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALUERS
PHONES 47. 104, 305
v t. sfnTK rior'R 1
z-Jry III m MfHBCTfv
When you put up a house or any
other kind of structure you want
material that will give entire satis satisfaction.
faction. satisfaction. The stock of millwork
which we sell is guaranteed to give
the best of service because it is
-''When You Buy .From; Us
you are assured of high quality at a
fair price. Tell us your building plans
and we'll tell you how to secure the
1 most'for your money and avoid waste.
Our Business Methods Make
New Friends Every Day
CYPRESS LUMBER IN STOCK
lis now a universally acknowledged necessity. No business man is
prepared to meet the daily affairs of his business if he is not pro protected
tected protected with
We represent not only the best fire insurance companies, but
also the highest class INDEMNITY AND BONDING concerns in
the world. Talk is over with us.
D. W. DAVIS, S?&L OCALA, FLA.
1,111 illlnltllt1tT1tTffttTI ........ i ,...
"The Tire ilan
Service car always ready for tire
o-ouble on the road. Fisk and Hood
Tires and Tubes. All orders prompt-
H ly filled.
24 N. BIAGNOLIA STREET
- Ocala Florida
jdy that came for Friday will be
j OCALA, FLORIDA
OCALA EVENING STAR. SATURDAY, DECEMBER 30, 1916 f
Mr. E. W. Davis; formerly of Ocala,
is now city attorney of Orlando.
MILES OF NEW MAINS
The January '. Victor
now .in at The Book Shop,
Crane's and other high class! writ writing
ing writing paper in boxes or by the roun
with envelopes to match. A gift that
will be appreciated by everyone. The
Court Pharmacy. f tf
The picture story at the Temple to tonight,
night, tonight, "Susan Rocks the Boat,",, with"
Dorothy Gish in the leading -Role, 13
goine to be a most interesting one.
14 lbs, sugar for $1 with one, dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
Seed oats, seea ry ana" rape seed,
for fall planting. Ucaia Seed Store, tf
Ocala Gas Company Steadily Making
v More Improvements ;
Some weeks ago it was announced
that, the Ocala gas company would
extend its mains as soon as the neces necessary
sary necessary pipe could be secured- The ma
terial' having "arrived, the work is
head, and four miles of new
niains will soon be laid.
WThe company has ordered a com
plete new outfit of gasmakmg ma ma-rhmprv.
rhmprv. ma-rhmprv. which will be put in some
time in the next few months.
MRS. E. J. HARTLEY
The Evening star may always be
found on sale at Gerig's News Store.
Prescriptions left here, are COR, COR,-RECTLY
RECTLY COR,-RECTLY FILLED and promptly de delivered.
livered. delivered. The Court Pharmacy. 22-tf
; Thermos Bottle3 and: fillefs at
14 lbs. sugar forJl with, omc i dol dollar's
lar's dollar's worth of other groceries on Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co
, : ;-"v
,. We have all of the fresh seeds for
fall planting. Ocala Seed Store. ;
We are giving in our prescription
department the same prompt and ac
curate service that has always been
marked as the leadings drug store
The Court Pharmacy. i ? tf
The friends of Mrs. E. J.; Hartley
will hear with deep regret of her
dpath vesterdav afternoon at three
, Mrs. Hatley had many friends and
acquaintances in Ocala and vicinity.
having lived here for the past, sixteen
years, i She is survived by her hus
band and one child. The funeral ser
vices will be held this afternoon and
interment made in Evergreen ceme
tery. Mclver & MacKay had charge
of the arrangements.
She leaves one child, her husband
three brothers, and two sisters to
mourn her loss. Her brothers are J
TRYING TO MAKE
OCALA A TOURIST TOWN
(Continued from .First Page)
Carmichael and Louis H. Chazal.
Mr. Phillips pointed out that in Sil
ver Springs, Ocala has an attraction
possessed by no other city in Florida,
saying that he thought Ocala could
be made one of the most attractive
places in the state. He made refer
ence to Pinehurst, N. C. He said that
when Mr. Tufts of Boston took hold
of Pinehurst, it was nothing but pine
woods, with a climate not a bit bet
ter than that of Ocala. Today Pine Pinehurst
hurst Pinehurst is probably the best known golf
resort in the country, Mr; Phillips
said, and has several 18-hole golf
links and new ones building. He said
that the people went to Pinehurst
mamly for the purpose of playing
golf and he thought that the rolling
country around Ocalaexcellently suit suited
ed suited for the 'making of links. Mr. Phil Phillips
lips Phillips said that he thought that Ocala
could have a finer golf course than
any of those in South Florida. He also
stressed the importance of having
good hotel accommodations. He said
that this; city already had as good
railroad services as,-any point in the
... Ma vor-elect Chace thanked Mr.
Called Forth from Men of Iron
. Exigencies of "the Great
Leipzig, Dec. 30. The Leipzig Mu Museum
seum Museum is completing a collection of
mottoes of tne great German com commanders,
manders, commanders, which is to be published
General von Stein, the new Prus Prussian
sian Prussian minister of war, gives as his
motto: "It is more important than all
euse to bear quietly, to act in silence,
and to help unselfishly."
Admiral Scheer, commander of the
High Seas Fleet, says: "The war aim
of the German fleet is the freedom of
the seas." ."'"'.
Prince Henry of Prussia, wrote:
For the right people at the right
time the right man in the right .quarrel."
General von Woyrsch says: "Ger
many- invincible that is my faith,
firm as a rock."
Von Bissing, Mackensen, von Bese-
ler and many others quote Scripture
to the effect that they trust in God.
SHIVERING AND STARVING
IN THE HOLY CITY
Two cars of people from Michigan
passed through today today,. also, tak taking
ing taking in Silver Springs. Among them
were Mr. Joseph Tillingham, Miss
Vovri TillijitrVinm Miss Jpan Ecc e
A ....... V
stoh, Mi3s Jennie Stevens, Mrs. Eva
Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Keith,
Mr. U. H. Forrester ail of Lansing,
Mich.; Miss Thelma Dent of Umatilla,
and Mrs. Campbell of Kentucky.
W. Hunter of Largo: H; R. Huriter o
Ocala, and H, O. Hunter, who is with I Phillips and through, him the S. A. L
the soldiers at Laredo, Tex.; her sis- for its generous offer. Mr. Phillips
tors' are s Mrs. B. A. Mallory of Ocala, had suggested that i the mayor be
and Mrs. Annie Fudge of Coleman. chairman .of the committee appointed
i V ; '..L '.. -: to carry out. the object of the meeting
EX-CONVICT WILL SPEAK : ,? Dr. Chace thought it, would be best
VV C'vi '- -v : ;AT TEMPLE THEATER for the mayor not to act as chairman
';!'-;:;; ; v :-J but said that he -would not refuse to
f "Billy" "Eastman, the 'converted ex- act 4as, a member of the conamittee.
convict, will give a free lecture at the nor, if it were necessary, as chairman.
Temple theater Sunday at 3 p. m. He said that he was ready, asl mayor,
Eastman has served fifteen years in to do all he could to further the prop
western prisons, dividing the time osition.
betwqen five of them, the last one at J. D. Rooney, former secretary of
McNeil's Island federal prison, in the Board of Trade thought the offer
1 Washington. He speaks on prisonj of the Seaboard a most important one,
methods and reform. The lecture and said that the people, of Ocala
should be interesting, coming from should respond to the offer. Although
one who' has ''been there.' He spoke just out of a sick bed, Mr. Rooney
in Kieth's Academy of Music, Charles- made a very enthusiastic speech. He
ton, SV C ,1 to over 2000 people, and at told ? the meeting that when in Ha-
Gairiesville to a large audience East- vana recently, he made arrangements
man says he wilt compare Gainesville with' the hotels and, traffic agencies to
with Ocala. The lecture commences send the thousands of tourists to Cuba
at 3 p. m.' sharp and is free. ; back North by. way of the East. Coast
'-'v. .- ;;';,.. :' r L,:,r to Palatka, thence over the river line
ELECTION OF OFFICERS to Silver Springs and Ocala. He said
An immense line of Merschaum
pipes especially for holiday gifts at
the Court Pharmacy. I tf
A few baskets left at Ceng's Drug
Store. Better come quick if you want
one. ; ..'.-.'' tf
A large supply of the January Vic Victor
tor Victor records are now in. Come and
make your selections early. The Book
; 14 lbs. sugar for $1 with one dol-
lar's worth of other groceries on Satr
urday and Monday. Smith Grocery Co.
ANOTHER MYTH EXPLODED
COMMERCIAL CLUB he had provided the hotels and agents
' The members of the Commercial with advertising literature and ar
Club will please remember that the .ranged with them to sell tickets for
meeting of the club for. the annual the boat trip. T : V f
election will be held at 8 p. mn Thurs- Frank Harris, editor of the Banner,
day, Jan. 4. 1 stated that it always occurred to him
' A "." 1 V that the railroads should be exWeme-
i: W. K'. Lanft. M n Phvsician and lv kind and "erenerous to the- interior
' : 1 .'' J
burgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and cities,- and should even make gfeat
riiroat. Law Library Building,. Ocala, efforts' foK&eir; ipbuildihg';than,' for
Florida. tf I the seaport cities. He said he felt
that as Silver Springs is located on
, NervOus Women' (the lilies of .the SJ :-A. L. that road mad
Vhen the nervousness is caused by not performed its full part in making
constipation,, as is oiten tne case, you its attracti6ns known. He called at
terlainV. Tablets.;- These tablets also tu ia" uia1' aia? "au
improve the ;digestion.- Obtainable been: endeavoring for three yefifrs to
Idea that Barbarous People are the
Most Hardy Proves to be
Near, Verdun, Dec. 30. The native
troops "from the French colonies are
not so hardy, as white soldiers from
the cities and villages of France, ac
cording 1 to the chief surgeon of the
great field hospital.. He said:
"The opinion has been very general; general;-ly
ly general;-ly prevalent throughout the world
that the' semi-civilized races ar
hardier than the civilized white races.
This idea, however, has been proven
fallacious. I myself, since the begin
ning of, the war, have treated some
thousands of wounded men and have
found in general that the white race
can support .pain Without complaint
better than any colored race. We
have had here cases of all kinds and
I have been able to prove that not
only our peasants, who form such a
large part of our army, but the inhab
itants of ou big cities are as natural
ly healthy and amenable to surgical
and medical treatment as the men of
any. race which lives under primitive
conditions. Observation of the ef
fects of contact with, dirt upon wounds
proves that natives suffer from, gan gangrene,
grene, gangrene, peritonitis and blood-poisoning
list as 'much as white men. At tht
same time,,, their t complaints when
they are suffe.ring pain afe much
greater an" .hoseref (wh'itemen.";.
WOOL SERGE and SILK POPLIN
DRESSES, new designs in all colors
and sizes. Regular value S7.50 and
S8.00. To inaugurate: and welcome
in the new year with a Big Special
we offer them on the above days at
Lot of BLACK VELVET HATS,
the season's hew shapes, values up
to S2.95, your choice Monday and
Tuesday at the Special price of
SPSS- Styles .QFeStiowii' -First:
get the .trains that lay over a jWikU
wobdi for almost the whole i xlay to
come ; to Ocala for the accommodation
V -a l t r m TV f : i
ox.'tne iocai tramc. avir. xiarris saia
that he was sincerely glad .'that the
road was now showing adisposition to
do something to advance the upbuild
ing of one of the ; principal points on
its line. -:j
Louis H.' Cha?al said he thought, it
was but f air ta call attention to the
fact that Mr. Phillips himself.' had
done much to boost Ocala, having-an
enthusiastic write-up in the folder is
sued by the Silver Springs Transpor-
J. A '' S"C1 1 It
iaon company air. unazai caiiea
attention to the recent live stock issue
of? the Seaboard Magazine. He I said
that the leading article in this mag
azine had to do with Marion county,
and that the 'Seaboard, through ex extensive
tensive extensive advertising in the Country
Gentlemen and other national publica publications,
tions, publications, ;was offering to send copies of
the magazine to any one requesting
the. same. s
C. W. Hunter, who has recently tak
en f over the Ocala- House, ; expressed
himself as being, entirely in sympathy
with .the movement and said that he
would co-operate to the extent of his
ability. ; He said that he proposed to
make the Ocala House a hotel worthy
of : the city and referred to the num
ber, of 'i automobile parties recently
stopping at the Ocala House.- ;
f H. M. Weathers, as usual, f made
one of his positive and constructive
talks, -and said he thought that the
very fact that the Seaboard repre representatives
sentatives representatives made their tourist propo
sition was evidence enough of OCala's
possibilities as a winter resort. Mr,
Weathers thought that during the
past six months there had been more
boosting in Ocala than during any
time within his knowledge. He said
he thought that the people of Ocala
were now fully awake to the import
arce of inviting the tourists here and
making their visit a pleasant one, and
would get behind the project proposed
"by Mr. Phillips and Mr. Linderbeck.
' D. E. Mclver said that he was al
ways ready to work for the city and
would give the Seaboard co-operation
J. J. Gerig suggested that it might
be possible to turn a portion of the
Florida First funds towards the ob
ject proposed by the railroad men. He
proposed that the Florida First mat
ter be taken up by tne board of gov
ernors of the Board of Trade for a de
cision with regard to it, and at his in
stance a committee of five was named
to bring about a .large and enthus enthusiastic
iastic enthusiastic .' meeting of the commercial
bodies on January 12th. Col. Rogers
named, as the committee: J J. Gerig,
chairman, W. T.' Gary, Louis H. Cha Chazal,
zal, Chazal, L. R. Trammell and IL M. Weathers.
Winter in Jerusalem Adds, Materially
: To the Terrors cf
I the War
London, Dec. 19. (Correspondence of
the Associated Press); Advices re received
ceived received here indicate .that this winter
is looked forward to with the great greatest
est greatest dread by relief workers in the
Holy Land. The food situation is no
better than it was a year ago, and the
greatest nuffering is caused' by the
want of fuel and light.
The cold in Jerusalem during Jan January
uary January and February is intense, and the
scarcity of fuel is so severe that it is
difficult to have a fire even to cook
with. Petroleum, formerly 1 brought
in abundance from the Russian oil oilfields
fields oilfields as well as from American
sources, is not to be purchased at any
price. Coal, formerly obtained from
France and Wales, is nowhere 'obtain
able even in the smallest quantities.
The only fuel remaining is wood, and
very little of this is to be had, and
that at a very high price. Even be before
fore before the war the wood supply had be
come very scanty, owing to neglect of
propert forestry, work and the, lack
cf forest laws. In many districts
even the fruit trees are being cut
down to provide wood requisitioned
by the government for the operation
Although the harvest throughout
Palestine has been fairly good the
people have derived little benefit,
owing to the requisitioning of all the
crops by s the military authorities.
Sugar has long been practically un unobtainable.
obtainable. unobtainable. There are no stores of
food available for the peoples of the
towns this winter, but the peasants in
the, country districts have in many
cases been able to hide a part of their
crops from the military. In the towns,
the destitution and exhaustion is so,
severe that actual starvation seems
the inevitable lot of a considerable
part of the inhabitants.
The Turkish government's intro introduction
duction introduction of paper money has caused
great hardship. The inhabitants of
Palestine are unused to such money,
and have no desire to become ac
customed to it. In spite of the most
stringent government regulations
against any preference being shown
for coined money, no shopkeeper, will
give change for r)aper money, and
change is only to be obtained secretly
at a heavy loss, to the owner of the
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
17 SALE. FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-f
f SIM-f ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
JVANTED- Woman (white or color colored)
ed) colored) to do general housework several
miles in the country. Apply at Car
ter's Bakery,! Ocala, Fla. 16-tf
FOR RENT Eie-ht-room house
Adams anI jbaugherty streets; all
modern conveniences. Exceptionally
desirable neighborhood. Apply to A
G. Gates, Ocala, Fla.
; ; ; Southbound
No. 9- Leaves Jacksonville 1:35 p.
m.; Ocala, 4:30 p. m.; arrives Tampa,
7:50 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 p'
m.; Ocala, l:45'p. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 10 a. m.
jno. ii leaves J acKsonviiie v:io a.
m.; Ocala 12:40 p. m.; arrives St. Pe
tersburg 8:05 p. m.
in o. iu leaves Tampa l p. m..
Ocala 4:12 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville,
7:15 p. w.
No. 2 Leaves St. Petersburg 4:30
p. m.; Ucaia 2:30 a. m.: arrives Jacx-
sbnville 6:45 a. m.
No. 4 Leaves Tampa 9 a. m.; Ocala
1 p. m.; arrives Jacksonville 5:25 p. m.
All kinds of seed for fall gardens
iiowi in stock. Ocala Seed Store.
WANTED-fl pay cash foiJ all kinds
of second fhand flour, sugar, apple;
oil and half barrels. Drop me a pos
tal stating what you have and where
and I will come and get them. C. Y.
Miller, 124; Stfuth 10th street, Ocala,
Fla. -..;!v. 11-21-tf
WANTED-ne thousand cords of 4-
foot prae wood. Apply, to llectric
Liffht Denarlment. Ocala, Fla. 6-tf.
ROOMS FOR RENT Three unfur
nished room& on second floor, in good
neichborhood. Apply to Mrs. J. B.
Mozineo.. 219. Anthony road. 26-6t
COTTAGE TO RENT Well located,
five-room i cottage, all conveniences;
$15 per, mqnth., Apply to Carrall, at
Star office. tf
WANTED At once, vouner lady to
take charge. xf cigar counter. Ad
dress P, Q.'; Eox No. 610. ; 12-30-J6
By Being Ccaslsntly Supplied Willi
McDuff, Va. "I suffered for. severi
years," saysuWrs. J. B. Whittaker. es
this place, f'with sick headache, zai
Ten years zo a friend told tne to tn
Thedford's Black-Draught, which I did,
and I found it o be the best family inecj
cine for young and eld.
I keep Black-Draught on hand all tht
time now, ?ana wnen my cnnaren ieei 3
.ittle bad, they ask me for a dose, and h
does them moxe good than any medicinf
tney ever uiea.
: We neverfcave a lemsc spell cf sick
ness in our family, sincewe ccnrcience.
Thedford's. B'ack-Drau-rht is purcl?
vesretable, add has teen found to regri
late weak stomachs, aid digc&tion, re
lieve indfzesnon. cohc. wind, nausea
headache. sick stomach, and simdax
6ymptoms. -V' r-
It has been ia constant use for more
.than 70 jyears, and has benefited mo:re
nan a munon peopie.
I Your drusrsist selli and recommend
Black-Draught. Pric1? only 25c. Get a
cacirass to-day- t tLctsi
SEABOARD LuuXL SCHEDULE
UNITED STATES 11RES
WTe have a stock of -United .States
tires in sizes for Maxwell aijd.Ford
cars only, in plain and chain treads.
for both cars. For the few remain
ing days of this month ; prices that
have prevailed through the year wil
he in force. After the first the new
schedule of higher prices prevails. A
hint to the wise is sufficient.
THE MAXWELL AGENCY,
Yonge Block, Ft. King Ave,
OH! MY BACK'
The Expression of Many a Kidney
1 Sufferer in Ocala
I A stubborn backache is cause to sus
peet kidney trouble. When the kid
news are inflamed and swollen, stoop
insr brines a sharp twinge in the small
of the back, that almost takes the
breath away. Doan's Kidney trills
revive sluggish kidneys relieve ach aching,
ing, aching, backs.. Here's Ocala proof.
U C. Pafford, carpenter, 2i Jast
I Monroe street, Ocala, says: "I had a
severe case of backache. I couldnt
straighten up after I once stooped
over, unless I took hold of something
for support. Often I could see dark
spots floating m front oi me ana
sometimes everything before me" be became
came became black. A druggist recommended
Doan's Kidney Pills, saying he had
nothing better in the store, so I began
using them. One box cured me."
. Price 50c. at all dealers. .Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
cured Mr. Pafford. Foster-Milburn
Co., Props, Buffalo, N. Y. Ad. 43
; vThe annual meeting of stockholders
of the Marion County Fair Associa Association,
tion, Association, as fixed by the constitution will
be held Wednesday, January 10th,
1917 at 3 t. m. at the Board of
Trade Rooms, Ocala, Florida.
The annual report of. the secretary
will be received and acted upon and
effxers and directors elected for the
Article 8 of the constitution reads
Representatives of a majority of the
stock -issued shall constitute a ,quo ,quo-ruiri."
ruiri." ,quo-ruiri." Stock holders Tmay be repre represented
sented represented by proxy.
J. M. Meffert, President.
23lsat-3; A. Tweedy, Sec'y.
f t ("r'sm
We have THREE 1916 MODEL MAXWELL CARS, taken in ex exchange
change exchange for new Maxwells,, that we win sell most reasonable and on
liberal terms if so desired.
ONE ROADSTER, or Two-Passenger Car.
TWO TOURING, or Five-Passenger Cars.
All are in first-class condition, from top to tires, starters, elec electric
tric electric lights, etc
All are fully equipped and guaranteed to be in servicable condi condition.
See us at once if you want a bargain, as used MAXWELL Cars
of the later models are in active demand.
Ocala Maxwell Agency
R. R. CARROLL, Proprietor.
The Most Snccessfu! Flan!
In Central F!f
i3 : ;
, We Are MOW Meadiy .to
eceave Meat ;
For Curing and Cold Sforags ;
We advise the killing of hogs on cool days (do not run or excie
r them before killing), cut up', sa!t and lay out separately in shade for
at least 12 hours, so as to get all -animal heat out. of meat befori
packing' in box for shipment or bringing to plant. Make all ship shipments
ments shipments by EXPRESS. Mark your name and address oh package. Our
charge is 1c per pound for the first 30 days and c per pound for
each 30 days thereafter, with 10c per 100 pounds for insurance.
P. O. B. 576. I
TAM 3000 CLUB
10 Free Vote Coupon
This coupon is good for ten free votes when cut out and sent to
the Manager Star 3000 Club, Ocala, Florida.
Name of Club Member.
Address . ......
Each member may send in as many of these as he r she can get.
GOOD UNTIL JANUARY 6th
Moiiitoattoii Blank utJ
. Nominations will be held strictly confidential. Only one blank will j
be accepted for any one member. f
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
of the Ocala Knitting and
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 23, 1916
To the Stockholders of the Ocala Knit Knitting
ting Knitting and Mfg. Co.:
" You are hereby notified that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders of
the above company will be held at the
office of the company. on the 9th day
of January, 1917, at 3 o'clock p. m
for the purpose of electing officers of
the company, and ; attending to such
other business as may come before the
body. v Geo. Giles, President- v
Attest: J. S. LaRoche, Sec'y. 22-sattf
Odd Fellows meet Tuesday evening.
Annual Meeting, of the I Stockholders
of the Metropolitan Savings
Bank of Ocala
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 23, 1916
To the Stockholders of the Metropoli Metropolitan
tan Metropolitan .Savings Bank of Ocala.
You are hereby notified that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the Istockholders of
the above company will be held at the
office of the company ;ori the 16th day
of January, 1017, at f 8 o'clock p. m.;
for the purpose of electing officers Xi
the, company, and attending to such
other business as may come before the
hodv. Geo. Giles. President.
Attrtt: F. V. Gad?on Cashier. 22-s?at
Annual Meeting of the Stockholders
ui uic .HCHUiTOumii tat
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 23, 1916
lo tne fctocKnoiaers oi me Metropoi-
ifn T7oolt S-r TnreetmoTit P
You are hereby notified that the an annual
nual annual meeting of the stockholders cl
the above company will be held at the
office of the company on the 10th &&v
of January, 1917, at 8 o'clock p. rC..
for the purpose of electing officers cf
the company, and attending to sue-;
other business as may come before the
body. Geo.-Giles, President.
Attest: J. S. LaRoche, Sec'y. 22-sat t
r 1916 state and county taxes
now due and payable.
; 1 off for December reecipt
Be sure and bring a correct
scription of your land when ma";"
inquiry about or paying yout t
Yours very truly,
'. v W. L. Colbert,
11-4-sat 'l'f: -. Tax Collet!,, :,
r" Good If or Const! p.itk-
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for constipation. U. -y
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