The Ocala evening star

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The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
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Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
Porter & Harding
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Daily (except Sunday)
normalized irregular
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Newspapers -- Ocala (Fla.) ( lcsh )
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The Ocala Banner was founded in 1883 as a successor to the Ocala Banner-Iacon, itself the product of a merger between the East Florida Banner and the Florida Iacon. In 1890, the Ocala Banner became a daily. Over the years it bore alternate titles: the Banner, the Daily Banner, and the Ocala Daily Banner. Situated in rural Marion County, the Ocala Banner covered farming, business, and civic issues in Ocala, where the Freeze of 1895 had devastated the citrus industry and paved the way for diversified agriculture and the growth of tourism. The most important of the early editors of the Ocala Banner was Frank E. Harris, a veteran of the Confederate army, who ran the paper in the 1890s. Other editors included T.W. Harris, who had published several other newspapers in Ocala, and C.L. Bittinger, who before moving to Florida had served as a commander in the Grand Army of the Republic. In 1895, the Ocala Evening Star surfaced as a rival to the Ocala Banner. Beginning in 1897, it also appeared in a weekly edition, the Ocala Weekly Star. During an address to the Ocala Rotary Club, R.N. Dosh, editor of the Evening Star in the 1920s and 1930s, recalled that the “Star first saw the light of day in the press room of the Florida Baptist Witness”, founded in 1884 as the weekly press organ of the Florida Baptist Convention, a branch of the Southern Baptist Convention. Former competitors, the Ocala Evening Star and the Ocala Banner joined in 1943 to form the Ocala Star-Banner, which remains the daily newspaper of Marion County.
Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
General Note:
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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Field Marshal Haig's List of Dis Distinguished
tinguished Distinguished Fighters on the
Western Front
(Associated Press) -"
London, Dec. 28 Field Marshal
Haig has I submitted a list of names
of persons serving on the western
front as deserving of special mention.
The list, which is published today in
the London Gazette, contains tht
names 'of many Americans attached
to the Ameircan army nursing corps.
( To Whom Questionnairesywere Mail Mail-'
' Mail-' ed December 28, 1917 (-
Benj. DA Belcher, Candler.
Merritt J. Morrison, Ocala.
v .Ben Young, Fairfield.
' Ernest Jackson, Kendrick.
" Toofick Monsour, Ocala.
' Frank Collins, Ocala.
. Hurldee D. Tucker,' Ocala.
Eason A. Hall, Williston.
Will Howard, Mcintosh.
Fred H. Meffert, Lowell.
Wilbur D. Mixon, Central.
David M. ,Williams, Boardman
i -Ramey L. Galloway, Citra
Thomas' P. Larson, Williston.
Richard G. Brooker, Ocala,
Caleb R. Stuart, Summerfield.
Charlie' J. White, Micanopy.
Aubrey Adrian Robinson, Anthony.
Richard H. Whitten, Ocala.
Ernest E. Mills, Morriston.
Cairo Taylor, Ocala.
Elie Small, Ocala.
. Benjamin Ferrell, Sparr.
' George Clark, Morriston.
.Robert Davis, Ocala.
Archie Jacob, Ocala,
Ed Brown, Dunnellon.
Wilbur W. C. Sinith, Ocala.
' Wallace Bagley, Sparr.
Collins E. Wyatt, -Ocala.
Willie P. Mitchell, Quitman. v
Harry Jewett, Weirsdale. .t
Robert E( Chitty, Flemington.
Elias Brown, Kendrick.
Eugene Q. Rivers, Ocala.
-'Willie Hills; Ocala.
Arthur Jenkins, Citra.
-Ben Reeves, South Port, N. C.
James C. Denmark, Morriston.
James O. Denmark, Morriston.
- North Haile, Dunnellon.
John Robertson, Daytona.
' DavidDinkin3, Morriston.
; Edward A. Redditt, Citra. V ..
James Barber, Sparr.
Rectus N. Dixon. Dunnellon.
George x Baker, Citra.
; Johnnie White, Micanopy.
John S. Nobles, Morriston.
Clarence B. Zewadski, Ocala.
Arthur Nash Rou, Fairfield.

Jerome G. Felts, Ocala.
Henry Neidernhoefer, Lowell
Bert E. Martin, Summerfield.
, .. Dolphus Spindle,Ocala.
I AT4fridge Ward, Martin.
' Frank Daniels, Citra.
' r v Loyd Frazier, Fairfield. s
( Thomas C. Ervin, Ocala.
Dock Wilson, Ocala
Boyd Williams, Martin,
t Ernest Howard, Breton, Ala. )
Joseph M. Scarborough, New York.
Needham R. Purvis, Ocala.
. Morris. KnobTock, Martin.
Charlie Daniels, Citra.
David Collins, Oklawaha.
Hardy Nichols,. Palatka.
Jack Kiner, Santos. '-
Clarence R. Marston, Irvine.
Martin McCants, Ocala.N
Ollie E. Wiggins, Romeo.
' Decnair Davis, Ocala,
V Wa tier Edwards, Ocala.
Archie Lopez, Ocala. S
Robert L. Anderson Jr., Ocala
Calvin Bryant, Romeo.
- Willie C. Maultsby, Romeo.
Emery Brcoks, Ocala.
" Walter Williams, Romeo.
Earl D. Mathews, Flemington.
James B. Waldron, Fort McCoy McCoy-I
I McCoy-I Jorse Williams, Ocala. N
Harvey I. Thompson, Ocala.
Clyde C. Balkcom, Ocala.
4 Watson Irvin, Anthony.
' Henry McCants, -Montague.
George Williams, Dunnellon.
. Charlie Harrison, Belleview.
John Robinson, Martel.
Lonnie Jackson, Romeo.
Otis Jackson, Lakelnad.
Ben Carroll, Martin. v v-Jake
Jake v-Jake Robinson, Ocala.
Yancy Jones, Martin.
John W. Grantham, Sparr. ."'
Local Board for Marion County,

By L. R. Trammell, Clerk.
' When you liave plumbing or elec elec-trical
trical elec-trical contracting, let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
too small, tf H. W. Tucker.
We are showing the handsomest
seventy-five cent boxes of Stationery
in all colors that we've ever had.
Gerig's Drug Store. 18


Recess to the Peace Talk Between
the Teutons and the
(Associated Press)
Petrograd, Thursday, Dec. 27 The
delegates to the peace conference at
Brest-Litoysk have agreed to a ten
days recess from peace negotiations,
which will be resumed January 4th
at a place hot yet determined. An
armistice is reported to have been
reached between the Bolsheviki forces
and troops of .General. Kaledines at
Rostov with a neutral zone between
the opposing lines.
Petrograd, Thursday, Dec. 27.
Soldiers acting under orders' of Fi Finance
nance Finance Commissioner Meninshinesky
today seized all private .banks in
Petrograd, including a branch of the
National City .Bank of New York.
Manager B. E. Stevens of the branch
bank was arrested and detained a
short time. Many bank directors
have, been arrested.
Is Too Busy Today to Give His 61st
Birthday Any Ceremonial
V'. Attention
(Associated Press j
"Washington, D. C, Dec. 28.- Presi President
dent President Wilson today is celebrating his
sixty-first birthday. -There was no
special ceremony at the White House
because of the j-ush of work, i
To the Federal Agent by Any Per
son Living in this Territory V-' i
(Special to the Star)
Jacksonville, Dec. 28.- It will re require
quire require a small army of men to lake
the income tax of persons subject to
the new law.
Collector of Internal Revenue Jas.
H. Cathcart announces that thirteen
officers will start from his headquar headquarters
ters headquarters on January 1st and on January
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job in the county assigned him, to
meet the people and helphem make
out their income tax returns. The
officer assigned to Marion county will
arrive in Ocala Feb. 1 and will re remain
main remain until Feb. 16, both dates in inclusive.
clusive. inclusive. He will have his office in
the federal building, where he may be
found every day of the dates named.
"It will be well for every unmar unmarried
ried unmarried person whose net income for
1917 is $1000 or over, and every
married person living with wife or
husband whose net income for 1917
is $2000 or over, .to call on the in
come tax man and learn whether or
not they will have any tax to pay,
Collector Cathcart said. "The person
subject to tax who doesn't make re return
turn return in the time prescribed is going
to regret it. The government will
get after income tax slackers.
"There's hardly a business man,
merchant or professional man who
won't have to make return of income.
Farmers, as a class, will have to pay
the'tafcc. The safe thing to do is for
every person who had a total income
of $100V or $2000, as the case may
be, and who is not sure about what
deductions the law-.allaws him, to
play it safe, by calling on the income
tax man.
"The man v in the field will have
forms for everybody and, persons
who expect to 'call on him need not
trouble tnemseives to write to ; my
office for forms."
Just received a complete line of
new Spring Sport Hats. Call and
see the new styles. Mrs. Minnie A.
Bostick, corner Harrington Hall ho
tel. Phone 310. 22
Don't fail, to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
' j
FOR SALE Pair of genuine Mal
tese kittens; about two months old
Rrice $3. Inquire at Star office. 6t
. V -r i i i
Mrs. Minnie A. Bostick has now on
display the new Palm Beach Sport
hats. Ladies invited to call and get
your new spring hat. : Mrs. Minnie A.
Bostick corner Harrington Hall hotel
building. Phone 310. 22
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple l neater Monday aiternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.


TO A Fill
Pichon Says that His Country Will
Go On Fighting Regardless of
. Russia's Attitude To Toward
ward Toward Peace
(Associated Press)
Paris, Dec. 28. rFrance will not ac accept
cept accept peace based on conditions be before
fore before the war, Foreign Minister Pichon
declared in replying in the chamber
of deputies yesterday to the peace
term sof the Central Powers outlin outlined,
ed, outlined, to Russia. He asserted that Ger Germany
many Germany was endeavoring to "involve
France in negotiations with the "Bol "Bolsheviki,
sheviki, "Bolsheviki, but that the war would go on
whether or not Russia made a sep separate
arate separate peace. v
Ever-Welcome Coburn's Minstrels
f Will be at the Tempje
, Thjs Evening
This is not an advertisement it is
fa society item. Coburn s minstrels
arehome folks, and when they come
to Ocala we all take a night off and
go to the Temple to see them. It isnt
necessary to advertise' them all you
have to say is "Coburn," ; and give
the date. And they charge an admis admission
sion admission price simply because the Temple
will hold only so many; not because
they want the money.
Cobe and his bunch, Charley Gario
Simpson, Bligh, Cameron, Mulroy,
Bishop,' Russell, Lucas, Fulton, Post
and Clifford, all came in last night
and took possession of the town. They
gave their annual concert and par parade
ade parade at noon today. The Star noticed
the boys had 'new uniforms. They
affe' ? proud of them, also careful, for
there may not be any more until the
war is over.
Coburn's friends hardly knew him.
Cobe has been in training,' and ha
fwire-drawn himself down to a little
over 250 pounds. He is trying to re-
duce himself to the capacity of an
opera chair, so some night when he
has the blues he can see his own
show from the front. j
Ocala is always clad to see Coburn
and his Jolly crowd, and v expects to
have a session of anything but sor sorrow
row sorrow with them tonight.
k v y
Captain Edward Drake, the effi
cient commanding officer of. Company
A, is in town on a brief furjough. He
reports all the members of Company
A well except for bad colds, and. by
way of an exhibit is showing quite a
husky 'case of influenza himself. Cap
tain Drake says that life and work
are synonymous terms at Camp
Wheeler. Officers and men are train
ing to the limit to do their share in
the big push. Captain Drake will re remain
main remain until Sunday night.
Navy Recruiting Station,
. Room 211, Postoffice Building, s
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 28, 1917.
Now, is, the time foremen to make
application for the navy, between the
ages of 18 and 35. All applicants
that are accepted by this station will
be sent to Atlanta for final examina
tion, sworn in and returned to their
homes to await orders. Government
transportation .will be furnished you
to and from your home. Any young
man who wishes to enlist and has a
job, can make arrangements with
your employer to hold your place for
you as you will return horce until
ordered to report for duty. This does
not apply to previous service men, or
men who enter the radia service.
They will be sent direct to a receiv receiving
ing receiving ship.
The naval flying corps wants men
and mechanics in the following rat ratings:
ings: ratings: Machinists and gas engine me mechanics,
chanics, mechanics, quartermasters, carpenters,
blacksmiths, coppersmiths and men
with a fair knowledge as machinists.
Men will be sent to Pensacola, for
duty. : :"
For further information, apply at
the above office.
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose"-at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
The most attractive New. Year's
A. E. GERIG. 26-4t
1 i .....
Manicure Sets, the good kindVith
real steel in the files and knives, at
Gerig's Drug Store. .18


Premier Lloyd-George Says Agree Agree-ment
ment Agree-ment Among the Allies is Es Essential
sential Essential to Any Move To To-"
" To-" ward Peace
(Associated Press)
London, Dec. 28. Premier David
Lloyd-George in a letter sent to the
labor conference said the statement
of war aims could only be made in
agreement with Great Britain's allies.
The question of issuing a fresh joint
declaration, he added, was being Con Constantly
stantly Constantly kept in view by flie allied
The achievement of the purposes
for .which the Allies are fighting is
essential to the future freedom and
peace of mankind, Premier David
Lloyd-George said in his letter which
he .sent today to the labor confer conference.
ence. conference. The statement of the premier
is regarded as the British answer 'to
the, German peace offer.
Few Among" the Americans During
Christmas on the West-
erh Front
(Associated Press)
With the American Army in
France, Thursday, Dec. 27--During a
recent moonlight night German avia aviators
tors aviators dropped bombs near Certain,
and two American privates, camped
in a .wood were killed.
A corporal of American engineers
was killed and one private wounded
Christmas eve when a German shell
dropped near a party working in the
trenches on a section of the French
front. ,f y
The King's Daughters express their
sincere thanks, and appreciation, to
all those who contributed to, the con contents
tents contents of the Christmas, baskets,
whether of money, provisions, fruit,
toys or books. Notwithstanding the
constant and numerous demands for
chaVitable purposes of all kinds upon
our citfeens, we are happy7 to say
that we were not forgotten and altho
our contributions were limited in
somd respects, our baskets were sent
out as Usual, large and generous, con containing
taining containing all the necessaries for good
Christmas dinners, such as roasts, po po-tatoe's,
tatoe's, po-tatoe's, onions, bread, lard, syrup, cof coffee,
fee, coffee, ftea, soup, flour, salt, cake, pep pepper,
per, pepper, tomatoes, bacon, etc., 'with
plenty of oranges, candies, dolls,
books and clothing for the children,
which was gratefully received. We
still have the poor,, hungry, needy and
sick with us, and in some cases abject
poverty and suffering which we hope
that we reached in all cases and re relieved.
lieved. relieved. Again thanking each and every, one
for their needed contributions, wish wishing
ing wishing alll for the coming year peace and
prosperity, we remain,
Mrs. Bittinger, President.
CMrs. Clyatt,. -Secretary.
We wish to announce to the public
that we willopen an office to practice
Chiropractic in our residence, 230 E.
Broadway, Dec. 29, 1917, and solicit
a share of your patronage.
We adjust for all diseases or con
ditions except where surgery is re
quired, and the later cases will un
dergo the ordeal far better if they
have the nerve supply to the parf
ireed from pressure before naving an
operation. ,We use no drugs in any
way. If you have tried everything
else without relief, do not be dis discouraged
couraged discouraged take Chiropractic Spinal
Adjustments and watch results.
Call at our office and let us show
you the real cause of disease. We
can give you a demonstration on a
Human Spine and prove it correct. It
will be a .pleasure to us and a benefit
to you. Investigation costs you
nothing, G. A. & E. W. Baker,
Chiropractic Physicians.
230 East Broadway, Ocala, Fla.
Office Hours: 10 to 12 a. m.; 2 to 5
p. m. Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 7 to 9 p. m. Sundays by ap
pointment only. 12-28-2t
The largest and best assortment of
WHITE IVORY SETS ever shown in
Ocala. The prices are right. The Court
Pharmacy. tf
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.


Part o Guatemala City Destroyed
Last Night by a Great Seis Seismic
mic Seismic Upheaval
(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 28 At 6 o'clock
last' night an earthquake which de destroyed
stroyed destroyed part of Guatemala City was
continuing. The destruction of prop property
erty property was unabated. Thousands are
without shelter, Americans and other
foreigners are .safe.
Many Lives Lost by an Explosion, in
a Blasts Furnace in
I (Associated Press)
Chicago, Dec. 28. A number of
persons are reported killed in the ex
plosion of a blast fuipiace at the plant
of the Inland Steel Co., Indian Har
bor, Tnd., today. The plant caught
fire and is threatened with destruc
tion. i
. -v.;...;.:,:.;
The spirit of Yuletide was beauti
fully expressed at the industrial
school for girls at 8 o'clock, Tuesday
morning, by appropriate 4 exercises
and a huge Christmas ;tree, r which
was made possible by the -untiring
efforts of the superintendent Mrs.
Range, assisted by Miss Davis and
Mrs. Partridge. The hall and recep
tion room were beautifully, decorated
with holly- and "mistletoe and on the
easterly side of the reception' room
was pJaced the large Christmas tree
which wr.s tastefully decorated with
tinsel, candles and ornaments of all
kinds and loaded down by its numer numerous
ous numerous presents presented a beautiful
picture. The candles were lighted,
room darkened, the reception room
dpors were thrown open and the girls
entered the room to a march played
upon the piano" Toy Miss Partridge. A
hush of awe and silence came upon
the girls as they gazed upon the tree.
The exercises were opened by Mrs.
Range reciting the Lord's prayer,
the girls joining in unison, followed
by the singing of the girls of that
wondrous hymn, Silent Night. All
stood with bared, heads while tears
streamed down the cheeks of some
of the mothers who had come to visit
their girls and be with them on that
day. One, mother said to the writer,
"It is wonderful." Presents were
then taken and distributed from the
tree by Miss Davis, assisted by Miss
Bittinger. Then their joy knew no
bounds? such smiles, such shouts of
laughter and joy burst upon the
scene and such a tree, laden with
presents for everyone; presents to
each other, presents to pupils from
teacher, from pupil to teacher, gifts
from home, from father, mother,
brother and sister, brothers in camp,
fathers in France, consisting of mon.
ey, clothing, shoes, 'stockings, per perfume,
fume, perfume, stationery, dainty negligee,
aprons, haiF ribbons, riflgs none had
been forgotten, showing that love
was hovering around about them.
A beautiful Victrola with records
had been received that morning, a
gift from various women s clubs of
the state. A large box of books had
also been received; oranges, nuts,
candies were given by Mrs. Range.
A couple of hours were spentf in
examining and exchanging views on
the beauty and value of the gifts.
THe strains of a waltz were heard on
the Victrola and as by magic each girl
found a partner and was soon gliding
over the floor, dancing until tired.
Dinner was announced, a line of
marchwas formed by superintendent
and teachers and guests filed into the
dining room, to be confronted with
tables containing two huge turkeys
and all the delicacies for a fine
Christmas dinner. After the blessing
their young appetites needed no urg urging
ing urging nothing was needed but capacity
ty hold more. Only Mr. Hoover came
in just then to play a joke; he took
away the sugar for, the cranberries,
but they all went down with a laugh
and after dinner the fun and pleas pleasure
ure pleasure began agairij until night drew its
mantle, and so ended a perfect
Christmas day at the industrial
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
Star ads. are business builders.


Colossal Aggregation of American
Railways Passed Today from
, : Private to National
. Control
f '(Associated Press)
Washington, Dec. 28. At noon to today
day today approximately 250,000 miles of
American railway systems were sil silently
ently silently merged into one great conti continental
nental continental chain for winning the war,
under the president's decision.
The great event is regarded by
many as the opening of a new epoch
in government operation arid control
of public utilities, and passed by
without formal ceremony. Orders
for the unification of the lines and
the common use of facilities and
equipment which is expected to raise
the freight jam immediately will be
the first results: r
As the first practical step in the
government's operation of the rail rail-rojids,
rojids, rail-rojids, which began today, Director
General McAdoo drafted the rail railroads
roads railroads war board into the federal ser service
vice service to work out plans of unified
In National Army Camps During
Last Week Showed
an Increase
(Associated P,ress)
Washington, Dec. 28 Deaths from
disease in national army camps for
the week ended Dec. 21st were 118t
against 97 for the previous week. In
national guard camps, the number
was 120 against 165, according to a
report published today. The report
says there are many new cases of
pneumonia at. Camp Wheeler, Macon,
and Camp Bowie, Texas, and measles,
are spreading in Camps Gordon, At Atlanta,"
lanta," Atlanta," and Travis, Pike.
Macon, Ga., Dec. 28. There was
only one death at the" base hospital
at Camp Wheeler yesterday, the vic victim
tim victim being George Mitchell of Live
Oak, Fla., lobar pneumonia.
Weirsdale, Dec. 27 Christmas was
a delightfully warm and pleasant
day here. ;
The entertainment aV the church
Christmas eve was well attended. The
children enjoyed the tree and old
Santa's visit, especially the candy,
pop-corn and apples which he had
brought. They are now rejoicing over
the two week's vacation from their
school labors. Our excellent teach teachers,
ers, teachers, Miss Clyburn and Mrs. McClain,
have also well earned the pleasure of
a two weeks rest.
Every family from Stanton, South
Lake, Weirsdale and the mill were
represented at Ocala .last week to
shop for Christmas and help old
Santa out.
Rev. G. V. Albertson and daughter,
Miss Ruby from DeLand passed thru
here last week en route for Ocala and
The teacher training class and
choir practice will be held at the
church next Friday evening at 6:45.
Everybody is invited to come.
Rev. E. C. Albertson went off on
a week's deer hunt last Monday
morning bright and early. The en entire
tire entire community here is confidently
expecting a little venison for next
Sunday's dinner.
The Lake Weir branch of the Red
Cross will meet again Wednesday,
Jan. 9th, at 2:30. j
R. D.' Dcuglas and family spent
last Sunday at Shady.
; i
Lake Weir, Dec. 27. The Lake
Weir hotel' will open Jan. 1, 19.18, at
10:30 a. m. Dinner will be served at
1 o'clock. Dinner tickets will be on
sale during the holidays.
Mrs. Bryant i3 expecting a friend,
Miss Mary Powers from Chicago,
during the holidays.
Don't faD to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater .Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
A 1917 Ford touring car in first first-class
class first-class condition, for sale. Apply at
the Maxwell Agency, city. .St
Fresh milk, Hewett Dairy, at the
Delicatessen Shop, 15c. quart. 12-tf





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P. V. Leareasrood, Secretary-Treasurer
J. II, Beajamla, Editor

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puHiwuu cnarjces.
Iegal advfc. .isements at legal. rates.
Electros must 'be mounted, or charge
will be made for mounting,

brai, about eight miles from the old
front lines.. The Russians told a piti-

full story of ill-treatment and suffer

ing. They had to subsist, under Ger German
man German regulations, on a half a pound of

bread and some grass soup daily. As

punishment for minor offenses they
were strung up to poles with their

feet just touching the ground. Men
were bayoneted or shot for' refusal
or inability to work, until, from one
cause or another, only 260 men re remained
mained remained out of a camp of 500 prison prisoners,
ers, prisoners, i y -: ..'

Don't let' yourself think that be

cause Uncle Sam is now conductor,

you can ride on the trains free.

The Bolsheviki,the it Wi W. and

Irish agitation are all in one plot for
an international social revolution, ac

cording to evidence uncovered by the
government. .' y
British aircraft .bombed the Ger German
man German city of Mannheim on the Rhine,
dropping a ton of shells, which caus caused
ed caused explosions and fires in the works
and town. r

' Washington has not been frighten frighten-ed
ed frighten-ed by the kaiser's threat of 'the shin shin-ing
ing shin-ing sword and iron fist, regarding
his bravado as an attempt to bolster
up the courage of the German sol-
. diers.

The packing industry, through, mu mutual
tual mutual agreement by the packers, their
employes and the federal govern government,
ment, government, has banned all strikes for the
war period. John B. Williams,- fuel
administrator for Illinois, has been
named referee to settle disputes.
. Among the forty-seven officers of
the expeditionary forces .recommend .recommended
ed .recommended for promotion by General Persh Pershing;
ing; Pershing; in Second Lieutenant Archibald
Roosevelt, son of -Theodore Roosevelt,
who is proposed for captain of infan-
. try.

Twelve Americans with the Persh Pershing
ing Pershing army abroad are reported dead.
Two were slain in action, one died of
wounds, a lieutenant was killed in an
airplane accident, another, in an ex explosion,
plosion, explosion, one from a gunshot wound
and six succumbed to natural causes.
An automobile 'on the streets of
Miami bears these words, "Where
will you spend eternity?" Which, of
course, is a kind thing to do,, to give
the victim of any accident a choice
in his destination, after the machine
has finished with him. Miami Her Herald.
ald. Herald. f
Bet that auto couldn't overtake
anything but a hearse.
"It is our stern duty to feed -the
Allies, and the sugar shortage will
continue next year," declared Herbert
C. Hoover, food administrator in a
statement made public by the White
House. He added that if the Amer American
ican American people, in their gluttony, compel
the Allies to send ships to remote
ports for sugar the United States
may not win the war.
A dispatch from Geneva says that
features of the German Christmas,

according to news from across the

frontier, were women and children
openly begging in' the snow-covered
streets for food to appease hunger,
while there were riots in some towns.

Only the rich enjoyed a good but or ordinary
dinary ordinary dinner, for which they paid as
much as fif Jty dollars. Most of "the
churches were closed : owing to lack

, of coal. V,::

The German people now are being
told that the United States went into
the war, not to make the world safe

for democracy, but in order that

American capitalists might acquire
it A ti I A t T

wit; puutsii mines ox Aisace. rroies

sor Roth of the" Greifswald Univer University
sity University in an article in the Vossische
Zeitung, says: "American troops, we
hear, are nof occupying a portion of
the French, front. It is quite possi possible
ble possible that they will soon appear along
the Rhine-Rhone canal, in order to
establish American claims to the
potash mine sthere, seeing that Am America's
erica's America's peaceful designs on our potash
in 1909-10 (by purchase) were de defeated
feated defeated by the passage of the German
potash law, which prohibits foreign
ownership. Along with coal and Iron,
potash mines there, seeing that Ani Anion,
on, Anion, and if the best of it should be
taken away from her, she would be
deprived of the best economic club
she can wield against the United
States. Without the 250,000 tons of
potash fertilizer which the Americans
annually import from Germany in
peace : time, their ;' cottony tobacco5,

sugar and fruit crops would be in
perpetual jeopardy. So it ; is ne'ces-.
sary that our world monopoly in pot potash
ash potash should remain intact. It will en enable
able enable us to demand in exchange cer certain
tain certain necessary raw materials from
our present foes. Our watchword
must be, not one inch of potash potash-bearing
bearing potash-bearing soil to the enemy."
.. i i ii ii- ?
A gloomy picture of Germany's
future was painted by Grand. Admiral
von ; Tirpitz in his recent speech- in
Essen, according" to the IjEamburg
News Regarding a successful eco economic
nomic economic war against Germany after the
war he said: "Imagine the position if
we simultaneously .have to bear Hie
burden of taxation which must fall
on every German and, despite the fal fallen
len fallen i value of German money, we still
have to buy the most necessary food
and raw materials from abroad. Can
anyone in his heart of hearts really
believe that in these 1 circumstances,
without An increase in power, with without
out without indemnity and without security
we could avoid Germany's ruin."
Germany'a plight at the, hands of
England- he bemoaned as follows:
"Not only. has England taken our
colonies and .Mesopotamia, but every everywhere
where everywhere she has make deeper and firm firmer
er firmer bases for her maritime and colon colonial
ial colonial supremacy. She has tarnished
and-trodden down the -prestige and

honor of Germany by unprecedented

calumnies. In the whole trans-At

lantic world we are considered as con conquered
quered conquered and done for."

A dispatch from Chattanooga says

that Baroness Zollner, of New York,
is held by the federal grand jury

without bond for alleged violation of
the espionage act. She was arrested

at a local hotel in the company bf

Lieut. Spalding, stationed ; at Fort
Oglethorpe. On the witness stand

Spalding admitted that lie was ; in

love wit hthe woman, and said he
furnished her with the secret code to
keep her informed of his movements.
Spalding was returned to Fort Ogle Oglethorpe
thorpe Oglethorpe under arrest after the hear hearing.,
ing., hearing., If we followed Germany's ex example,
ample, example, our government 'would have
the lady shot and why shouldn't it ?
She was trying, in the most despic despicable
able despicable way, to help Germany kill our
soldiers. '-

The .dispatches say that the gov

ernment intends to cut -down the sal

aries of some of the big men connect connected
ed connected .with the railroads and raise the
wages of the little ones. Thi3 would
be a righteous policy; and the Star
hopes it will jbe carried out. -While
the conductors, engineers and some
others receive high wages, a great
many men working for, the transpor transportation
tation transportation lines are not given enough to
enable them, to keep their families in
comfort. The Star hopes the change
will be beneficial to -them.

women to give up smoking in order
that the men at the front may have
more "fags." The women declared,
in reply, that they were doing as
much war-work as the men and
should not be the ones to make any

Describing the battle of Cambrai
to German readers, Lieutenant Gen General
eral General von Ardenne in the Tageblatt,
says: "Those who fought in. the bat battle
tle battle describe the imposing impression
made by the British tanks which pre preceded
ceded preceded the attack on the widest front.

As they advanced in masses, with
very t small intervals between them,
they reminded one of Hannibal VJbat-

tle elephants or the sickle chariots of

Pnaroah. The booming, rumbling at

tack was accompanied or rather sup

ported -from the air by a veritable

cloud of battle aircraft, while closely
pressed masses of infantry and field

artillery followed the iron wall, three
cavalry divisions bringing up the
rear."-,- -- V k

Another proof of the German dis

regard of promises and agreements
has Been furnished in the British ad advance
vance advance toward; Cambrai. Some time
ago Germany signed a solemn agree agreement
ment agreement with Great Britain providing
that no prisoners of war would' be
employed within 19 miles v of the
front line. But two Russian prison prisoners
ers prisoners were found by the British" in Ger German
man German dugouts at Anneux, which was
barely four miles from the lines as
they lay at the opening of the Cam Cambrai
brai Cambrai attack. Moredver, these Rus Russians
sians Russians had seen a party of 300 to 400
British prisoners at work, hear Cam-

Tampa is going to make a try for

the immense, $15,000,000 shipbuild shipbuilding
ing shipbuilding plant that Henry Ford proposes
to establish for the government.
Tampa is an ideal place for ship shipbuilding.
building. shipbuilding. It hasn't water for the
biggest ships, but is most favorably
situated for the size of vessels that
carry the bulk of freight and passen passenger
ger passenger business. But if it is going to be
the center of any colossal industry it
should have more railroads. A dou double
ble double track from Lakeland into Tampa
on the Coast Line, fend closing the
gap between Inverness and Brooks Brooks-ville
ville Brooks-ville on the Seaboard, would increase
transportation facilities in and out of
the city at least 50 percent.

The conduct of young women who

smoke in the subWay, the moving
picture theaters and other play-1

houses where it is allowed, is grad gradually
ually gradually putting smoking out of fashion

among. English, women of refined sen-' j

sibilities. It is accomplishing more

than a recent semi-official entreaty to i
... i

The : Russians, .to whom the : United
States was sending money and food
and clothing and engineers and
nurses a-few weeks, ago, and upon
whom we were wasting a lot of sym sympathy,
pathy, sympathy, are now betraying and abus abusing
ing abusing America like a lot of hyenas. His History
tory History tells us that "the v bear that
walks like a man" has always been

a i.una:u .aim a uruus. ou jreters-
burg Independent.
The Independent is careless about
reading history. Russia has been as
brave as any nation and the Star be believes
lieves believes that it will yet do its duty by
humanity. f (

At Belleview Monday Evening was
-Largely Attended
Belleview, Dec. 28. The annual
Christmas; tree and entertainment by
the school children was held Christ Christmas
mas Christmas eve in the town hall. The ser services
vices services were opened by. the audience
standing and singing America. After
a prayer by Rev. Wilbur Whidden,
the program arranged : by Professor
and Mrs. Ashworth was well render rendered
ed rendered by those who took part. The pro program
gram program was as follows: v .;.-
Recitation, Christmas Greetings;;
Alice Weflie. '.
Recitation, My Pa Paul Ash Ashworth.
worth. Ashworth. :
Recitation, Santa Claus -Harold
Hutson. : ;
Song, Lo, in a Manger School.
Recitation, A Christmas Quiz Quiz-Robert
Robert Quiz-Robert Johnson. W
Song, i Teiling Santa Merlin Hut-'
son. '- ;'..'.'. ".. '; r;
Indian drill by twelve little boys
and girls. V
Song, O Little Town of Bethlehem
School. V- Li i
Recitation, Christmas 'Company
Mariemma Stanley. t
. Recitation, A Good Boy Merlin
Hutson.-., '(
Song, Soldier Song Fifth and
Sixth Grades.
Monologue, Making Christmas
Presents Katherine Feuchter.
; Playlet, A -Christmas Lesson Six
girls 'and five boys, namely: Helen
Brown," John Brown, Father and


Done by Weihe
Ocala Jewelers.

Company, i the

1 Model 37 five-passenger

Buick. Touring Car. Electric

Lights and Start Starter.
er. Starter. . ..... .


11916 Model five-passenger
Maxwell Touring Car. Electric
Lights and Start- OOC C

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1 Chevrolet Babv Grand
($950 Model) cut down "Speed "Speedster.'
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Phone 129

Heavier Clothes
Need Attention!
We :
On Hoffman Press
No Glossy Finish
Just Phone 101''

Mother, their children, Nellie and
Tom, Marion Hutson, Paul Ash Ashworth,
worth, Ashworth, the Fairy, May White, who
looked like a real fairy with the wand
and butterfly wings, Wreach,. "Ethel
Freeman, Stocking, Philip Feuchter,
Pudding, Gurley Abshire, Heart,

Barrett and Gwendolyn Merritt. The

iitue piay was enjoyea Dy tne oiaer
people as well as the younger ones.
It would be hard to say which did the
best as all took their part admirably.
The last number cn the program
was a Christmas fairy drill by s fif fifteen
teen fifteen girls, led by Miss Ruby McClen McClen-don.
don. McClen-don. Each girl carried a banner of
stars and stripes and marched well,
going through -the different figures
perfectly. They afterward drilled
with lighted candles which was also
well done.
Special v mention of Mariemma
Stanley, as she put her dollies to
sleep and left them to go after the
Christmas, company is not too flatter flattering
ing flattering for the little miss; also Kather Katherine
ine Katherine Feuchter, who made all her
Christmas presents herself and was
so tired she would be glad when it
was done. Merlin Hutson's song of
Santa was well rendered.
'Professor and Mrs. Ashworth are
highly esteemed by the people of
flelleview, and the training of the
children does credit to both, especial especially
ly especially Mrs. Ashworth, who has been un untiring
tiring untiring in her efforts to have the en entertainment
tertainment entertainment a success, and it was a
success. Mrs. Ashworth who played
the mandolin was assisted by Miss
Mattie Oakley on the piano. Little
Paul Ashworth, who recited My Pa,
brought down the house. Every
word could be heard distinctly .all
over the hall, and Alice Weihe, a six-lear-old,
in her manner and greeting
brought great applause.
The large tree was hung full of all
kind of packages and boxes and the
same were distributed by Santa
Claus and other$. Each child was
given a bag of candy and most all re received
ceived received gifts of some kind. The hall
echoed with merriment from the
large gathering andf all departed
wishing each other a Merry Christ Christmas
mas Christmas an da Happy New. Year.

Fellowship,, Dec. 27. We hope ev everyone
eryone everyone had a merry : Christmas and
wish for them a. happy and. prosper prosperous
ous prosperous New. Year.
This vicinity was very quiet during
Christmas. No one got hurt or no
one was very sick, with the exception
of bad colds. N
During the past few days there has
been ; quite a lot of pleasant visiting.
Mr. and Mrs, J. L. Beck had as their
Christmas guests,, Mr. and Mrs.' W.
L. Howell and little son of Plant
Cityr 'also their; daughter;' Misa -Fae
Beck, who is teaching at Romed.
Mr. Harry McCully attended the
entertainment at Romeo last Monday
night and says the program was car carried
ried carried out in a most appropriate style.
The children were thoroughly drilled
and each one knew his or her ;part
perfectly. rv ;
Mr. J. T. Phillips has as his guests
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hall and chil children
dren children frofn Orlando, also Mr. and Mrs.
R. W. Ervin and children of Winter
.Mr. E. B. Weathers leaves today
for Asheville, N. C, where he will
visiti Mrs. Weathers, who has been
in a i sanitarium for some time. Ev Everybody
erybody Everybody that knows Mrs. Weathers
will be glad to learn she is improv-in?-
y ..': '.'- 1
Mrs. V. M. Secldnger has as her
guests, Mrs. James Roaks and little
son of Floral City, also Miss Nina,
who has been, teaching in Citrus
IMr. and Mrs. G. W. Mills have as
their guests, their daughter, Mrs.
Lottie Everett and children of t Perry.
Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Ferguson had
as their guests Christmas, Dr. and
Mrs. R. D. Ferguson and son, Sebron
of Reddick and daughter, Miss Sara,
who i3 teaching in New Smyrna.
. Mr. and Mrs. S. J. McCully'
their guests Christmas"Mr. and Mrs.
N. A. Noble and children, Mr. and
Mrs. N. H. Lanier and son, Claude,
who. is teaching at Paisley.
Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Stephens had
as their Christmas guests Miss Mary
Rev. and Mrs. Z. A. Crumpton had
as their Christmas' guests Mr. and
Mrs. Tom Proctor and little dauglu
ter of Ocala.
Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Rawls had as
their Christmas guests, their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. J. W. Pooser of Atlanta,
and Miss Effie, who is teaching at
. Mr. C. C. Stephens purchased a fine
horse a few days ago,, also Mr. J. J.
Edwards disposed of a fine mare a
few days ago.
Miss Bessie Marshall of Ocala is
the guest of Misses Lort and Leone
Brooks. y
It looks like every available acre
of land in this section will be planted
another year. The farmers in this
section are certainly doing their part
towards feeding the nation, judging
from the amount of stuff that is be being
ing being hauled off Almost daily. t
The local advisory board will hold
daily sessions (holidays end Sundays
excepted) in. the petit jury room on
the third floor of the postoffice build building
ing building from 9 a. m. to noon, and from
1:30 p. m. to 5 p. m. to render assist assistance
ance assistance without charge to registrants in
filling out questionnaires. Some mem members
bers members or associate members of the
board will be in attendance until the
work is completed., R. A. Burford,
tf Chairman Legal Advisory Board.

United States Bonds
and War Savings Stamps
We have received our allotment of Four
Per cent. Bonds of the Second Liberty Loan and
are prepared io fill orders. Where bonds are to
be delivered by mail orders should include Ten
Cents for registry fees. We also have on hand
a supply of Thrift Stamps and cards, War Savings
Stamps and Certificates. We will be glad to fur furnish
nish furnish information about the Government War
Saving Plan.
The Munroe & Chambliss
. National Bank. v

the federal land bank
is now investigating florida loan applications. the
bank furnishes special forms for record data re re-,
, re-, garding your title and will not accept the usual
abstract made by any abstractor in florida. m
if you have made an application for a loan, it
is of vital importance to you to show now that your
title security is as good as your value security, if
you have not made application but think of doing
so, get your title in shape now so that when your
application is made, that delay will not be caused
by the necessity of then perfecting the record title
to your lands.
without solicitation, I have been appointed a local
examiner, for the federal land bank and my years
of experience both in abstract and title work war warrant
rant warrant me in saying that my services, for you, will
result in properly placing before the land bank, in,
the least possible time, the title data required in
connection with your loan. t
1 r. s. rogers,
m. & c. bank building. telephone no. 481


f In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every moaern convenience in each room. Dining rocm service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to ?6.
, Proprietor. Manager.

;- FB Hill HWiUIH f'fj i B"T' mffTl
A -fefcjsfc for 4?Ke pirt?e
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To Oof CestoieeFS
Facts arc hereby submitted for your
careful consideration.
Wc arc engaged in a serious war.
Business must adapt itself to war con-'-
difions. ;
The business of handling and dlstrib dlstrib-uting
uting dlstrib-uting food properly is a most vital
one. :: f :
The constantly advancing prices re require
quire require a much larger capital.
The wholesale merchant is forced to
demand prompt payments from the
The retail merchant, to conduct his
business successfully and buy to
the best advantages, must collect
his bills promptly.
We, therefore, appeal to Jour custom customers
ers customers to pay cash for their supply of
foodstuffs so far as possible and
convenient, or at least not later
than once a wcelc.

Your co-operation along, these lines
will be of material benefit to us in

furnishing you with supplies.
You will, at the same time, help in
handling the largest problem that
confronts the country to-day.




Have the Equipment and Ability

To serve ypu as you ought to be serried, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us know, for thif is the only way we can accomplish
Vur desire. f
Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but they an not inters
ttonal, and. if you will call us up, they will be corrected IMMEDIATELY

1 Tilt .l4tTl 1 ) M WS A

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Among the important questions confronting the average fam-
ily at this time is the one of Holiday Cakes. This is the time

I that an-up-to-date live BAKERY is more appreciated than in'
ordinary times. Our facilites are exceptionally fine for making

aH kinds of Holiday goods for our customers, and the cost will
likely be less than if you made them up in your home. Read
over this list and let us have your orders at. once.

Per lb.
Fruit Cake 45c
Citron Cake 45C
Layer Cake 50c

Per D.
Angel Food 50c
Raisin Cake 45c
PcnndCake 40c

s. 1

ou ara invited to call at our place and see the sanitary man
ner in which our gocds are prepared.
Phone 360.
Ocala Florida


Coast Line Florida Mail
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"Havana Limited"

"Seminole Limited"
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; "St. Louis-'Jacksonville Express"
Steel Sleeping Cars Between Ta rnpa and Washington, Philadelphia
; t ril New York: Jacksonville and Chicago, St. Louis, Cincinnati, Louisville
Jr 3 Indianapolis. Observation Cars, Dining Cars.
For tickets and reservations call on v
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If 'Yorf Have Any New f or tliis De Department,
partment, Department, Call Two-One-Five
or Two-Seven

Home. Among the Roses
No matter how dark the world may
: seem, f
No matter1 if 'hearts grow cold,
I know a spot that is my dream
Where the roses their leaves un unfold,
fold, unfold, t
Just a cottage that is small to view,
Half hid 'with its wealth of' bloom,
But some one there has a heart so
And a smile to dispel life's gloom.
Oh, somewhere are mansions big and
- grand, :
' And somewhere are moneyed kings,
But give me a cot in the dear South South-land,
land, South-land, -'
Where the graceful rose vine
Where the honey-freighted hours are
: long ;
And heart but gladness knows,
Where the moqking bird pours his
soul in song
In time to the swaying rose.
' Selected,
.v.-' ;. -,-? -:
,Woman5a Club, Reception Postponed
The Woman's Club reception that
was to have been! given on Ded. 31st,
at the club house, has been postponed
until Friday-evening, Jan. 11th.
, ...
Christinaa, Dinner for Convicts
An unuffually nice dinner was sent
to twenty-two appreciative convict
and the guard, at. the county jail on
Christmas, day;; v
The'dinner consisted of the follow following
ing following f roast beef, sweet potatoes, rice
and browned gravy, home made light light-bread
bread light-bread cornbread and ginger cake.
The? entire dinner was cooked by the
girls in the, industrial school under
the supervision 1 of f the matron, Mrs.
Range. n. f
A. ;' 'y A
Lieut and Mrs. Paul Gates and
baby returned to Macon yesterday
after spending Christmas with Mrs.
Ida Gates and. family.
i Mr. and Mrs. M. L. Berlein are en enjoying
joying enjoying a visit with the former's par par-ents,!Mr.
ents,!Mr. par-ents,!Mr. and Mrs. A. Berlein in
Gainesville; : -'--'.'A-
- '..v, v
Mr; H. A.' Waterman is home from
Jacksonville, where be spent Christ

mas witn nis zamiiy ats tne home 01
Mrs. Waterman's parents, Mr. and
Mrs. B. J. Potter. :

' ; m .. '"'A; ..
Dr. James Chace returned to his

homer' in Jacksonville Thursday after

noon after, spending Christmas with

his son,. Mayor J. E. Chaoa and fam family.

. :
Miss Mary Evans and Mr. Barney

Evanssister and brother of the ex-

overnor of South Carolina, are ex

pected in Ocala shortly from their
home i in Edgeville, S. C, to visit

their- cousins,- Mrs. E. T. Helvenston

and Mr.! W. T. Gary and their fam


Mr. L- W. Ponder has returned
home from-a most enjoyable Christ Christmas
mas Christmas visit with Mr. N. G. Ponder and
Mr., d Gaoson in Orlando. Mrs.

Fonder will visit there during the re

mainder of the holidays. t
Mr. aild' Mrs. F. M. Parrish have
returned ; to : their home in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville after ar ten days visit to Mrsi
Parrish's-mother, Mrs. Mary Will Williams.
iams. Williams. ; :
r1 Mrs. F. J. Hagood of Jacksonville,
arrived in Ocala Wednesday from St.
Petersburg, where fhe went to attend
tile marriage of1 Miss' Carolyn Miller
tor Mr S E. Bassett, which took place
Christmas night. Mrs. Hagood spent
the day with' her sister, Mrs. T. M.
Moore and family, ?
, Mrs. Bittinger. wishes to express
her? thanks and appreciation .for the
beautiful knitting bag presented to
her by the pupils of the industrial
school, aijd also of ..the many courte courtesies,
sies, courtesies, extended to her by the superin superintendent
tendent superintendent and teachers Christmas day.
In the language of Tiny Tim, "God
bless each and every one." ; v
:;v: ;'l-v:Vr; 'a.a..
Mrs. T. M. Moore and family motor motored
ed motored to Micanopy Thursday ,morning
with Mr. and Mrs. R, G. Rivers, who
went on to their home in Gainesville.
Mrs. Hagood will visit with her Mic Micanopy;
anopy; Micanopy; relatives and Mrs. Rivers in
Gainesville for several days before
returning to Jacksonville.
"Mr. and ; Mrs. Malcolm Ayer and
three children, formerly of Texas,
who have been making their home in
New York for the past year and a
half, left yesterday for a visit in
Tampa after spending Christmas with
Mr. Ayer's cousins, General and Mrs.
Alfred Ayer.

Mr. and Mrs. Frank Durand and
two little daughters, Dorothy and
Virginia,' returned !to their home in

Yalaha yesterday after spending
Christmas with Mrs. Durand's sister,

Mrs, Fred Weihe and family.

Rev., and Mrs. L. W. Moore arid

daughter, Miss Lai a of live Oak, ar

rived, in the city Monday to spend the
week with their son-in-law and

daughter, Capt. and 'Mrs. Fred Weihe
and sons, Frederick and Theodore.

They 'will leave Sunday for Madison,
where Revf Moore will be the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist pastor for the coming year. Rev.
Moore and family lived in Ocala sev-


eral years ago and are being warmly
welcomed by many friends.

Miss Esther Cleveland to Marry a
British Officer
Miss Esther Cleveland, the "White
House Baby,1 is to become the war
bridge of Capt. Alfred Bosanquet, of
thelBritish army. Miss Cleveland is
2.1. The romance began three years
ago in Switzerland. The two met
again after Miss Cleveland had gone
to London, 18 months ago, to do wa
nursing. A few weeks ago the cap captain
tain captain was invalided home from the
front and sent to St. Dustan's Home
for Blinded Soldiers to have his eye eyesight
sight eyesight Remedied. Miss Cleveland was
doing volunteer work there. Captain
Bosanquet has been decorated with
the Distinguished Service Order for
Miss Esther Cleveland is the sec second
ond second daughter of President Graver
Cleveland and was born at the White
House as was her elder sister, Miss
Ruth r- Cleveland, who died several
years ago. Miss Cleveland's youngei
sister, Miss Marian Cleveland, was
married this past year.

Epworth League Christmas

-The members of the Junior League
enjoy'ed their Christmas tree at the
home of their superintendent, Mrs.M.
M. Little, yesterday afternoon. The
tree was very, attractive with ,its
numerous gifts and ornaments. Rev.
Smith Hardin, the. new pastor, with
his wife was present, and the Juniors
pledged him 365 days, of service and
co-operation for; the new year. There
was music and singing. With the exr
ception of a few all the December
honor members were present, as f ol ol-lows:
lows: ol-lows: Marjorie Burnett, Mary Fraser,
Albert Frampton, Bob Simmons, An Annie
nie Annie Laurie and Cyril Boyd, Sara
Rentz, Louise Adams, Charles Brown,
Earl and Elton Henderly, Edward
Cook, Evelyn Brown, Edna Martin
and Mary Louise Atkinson. There
were some visitors who added much
to the afternoon's entertainment and
all expressed themselves as much
pleased. A
The Juniors sent bouquets of holly
and Christmas greens, with some
fruit to the hospital and the sick of
the city Christmas day. Sunday they
will have a missionary program un under
der under direction of Mrs. Claude Barnett.
Thursday, Jan. 3rd, they will hold a
business meeting at the parsonage
when plans for the new year will b
made and the honor roll for January
1918, begun, i These Juniors thank
their friends for their support dur during
ing during the past and wish for each one
a happy, prosperous year.

Mr. and Mrs. George Taylor and
daughter, Leonore, motored home
Thursday night from Jacksonville,
where they spent Christmas with Mr
and Mrs. Phillips and children. Mrs.
Taylor's mother, Mrs. Blalock, will

visit her daughter, Mrs. Phillips, for
several days longer.

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Mr. T. L Arnold has returned from
a visit to Jacksonville.'
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Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and. night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
Mr. C. C. Balkcom has
from a visit to Georgia.
Bay Oysters
daily .t the Delicatessen Shop, Ocala
House block. 17-tI
Mr. W. B.. Gallagher is spending
a few days with friends in Tampa.
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
Messrs.' Ed Bennett and Whit Palt
mer attended Coburn s minstrels m
Leesburg last night.
County Judge Smith has issued a
wedding license to Mr. George P.
Webb Jr. and Miss Georgia McNeal-
ey of Dunnellon.
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Don't fail to see "Mother Goose"." at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
ariA ?rVif- Admission 10 and IS rents.
The Star is elad to hear that
George Davis, who went to Camp
Johnston a few days ago, has bees
promoted to a sergeantcy. George is
in the motorcycle branch. vr
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Don't fail to see "Mother Goosed at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
The committee appointed by Pres
ident Gary of the board of trade to
view camp sites, namely, Messrs;
Chace. Carn. Roerers. Munroe and
Gary, were dut early this morniiig,
looking them over. They decided that
Ocala had a fine line of camp sites,
any one of which the government can
have for the asking.
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose? at
Temple Theater Monday afterrfoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
. The picture "One Touch of Na
ture," at the Temple last night, was
an excellent one and drew the un unqualified
qualified unqualified interest oi all who saw ; it.
Tomorrow, the Temple will give
Franklin Farnum in "The Scarlet
Car," a Bluebird, and -'Monday, a
very great story indeed, "Modern
Mother Goose," which has a cast of
115 children.
Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night, Admission 10 and 15 cents.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nosand
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
Beautiful acknowledgement cards
GERIG. 26-4t
Don t fail to see "Mother Goose," &
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
. Blitchton, Dec. 27. Miss Opal
Bliti arrived home last- week from
Bronson to spend the holidays with
her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. R
Miss Sallie Monroe of Marion, S.
C.,' is spending the winter with Mrs.
Gray McKay.
.Mr. Monroe Freyermuth of New
berry is the- Christmas guest pf Mr.
and Mrs. O. S. Sanders.
Mr. ana Mrs. ts. u. Uiitch were
guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. T. Hendrix
Christmas day.
Mr. Arch Fant of Ocala is spend spending
ing spending the holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Fant. u ;
Dr. and Mrs. S. H. Blitch, Mr. and
Mrs. F. E. Fant and Messrs. Landis
and Lobnis Blitch were guests of Dr.
and Mrs. J. L. Davfs at Irvine Christ Christmas
mas Christmas day. V v
We organized a Red Cross society
last Friday with thirty-seven mem members.
bers. members.
Mrs. T. J. Burgess has been on the
sick list for a few days.
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
will arrive and depart in Ocala at the
fell owing times: r
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Ocala to Wilcox, Monday
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Ocala to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Satur-day,6:40
day,6:40 Satur-day,6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatka to Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m."
No. 48, Homosassa to Ocala, 1 :Qh
p. VU
No. 49, Ocala tq Homosassa, 2:25
'p. to. ,y-- :
No. 32, Lakeland to Ocalu (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, Thursday and Satnr
day, 9:W) p. m. ;
No. 39, Jacksonville to St. Peter? Peter?-burg,
burg, Peter?-burg, 2:36-2:40 p. m. s
No. 140, Ocala to Palatka, Gaines-"
ville and Wilcox, 4:10 p. m.
No. 9, Jacksonville to leesburg,
9:C5 p. m.


The many friends of Miss Cather
ine Caul will sincerely regret to heai
of her death, which occurred at the
home 6f her' sister, Mrs. M. E. Elliot,
at noon today.
Miss Caul 'With her sister, Mrs.
Elliott, came to Marion, county from
Brooklyn a number of years ago.
First they settled at Candler, but
later came to Ocala, and have made
their home here for several years.
Miss Caul was much of a home
body and made few acquaintances,
but won the' sincere esteem of those
who knew her. The funeral services
will take place at the residence near
the schbolhouse at 2 p. in. tomorrow,
and interment wili be made in Green
I wood." ..';..?
Tuesday, January. 1st,, 1918, (New
Year's Day) being a legal holiday in
the state of Florida, the undersigned
banks of this city will be CLOSED
for business on that day. ;
The Commercial Bank.
The Ocala National Bank.
The Munroe & Chamblis Na
; ; tional Bank. 28-tf
I always keen on hand a full line
of v the famous Goodyear Tires. Let
me supply you. B. F. Condon, Mer
chants' Block." Phone 129. 19-tf
Ford for $150; fair condition, at the
Maxwell Agency, city, 28-4t
Chesapeake Bay ulsters received
daily at the Delicatessen Shop, Ocaia
House block. v 17-tr
FORD FOR SALE Price, $15pf f air
condition, at the Maxwell Agency.
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The best 'flashlight made is the
Everready Daylo. I can furnish you
with one. for your vest pocket or in
larger sizes. B. F. Condon, Merchants'
Block. Phone 129. 19-tf
Mors Bluff, Dec. 27. Mr. and Mrs.
J, A. Rouse and family of Brooks Brooks-ville
ville Brooks-ville are visiting Mrs. Rouse' broth brothers
ers brothers and families this week.
Mr. Anthony Harvey of Ocala
were visiting his parents last Tues;.
day, Christmas.
Mr, Brown has boueht a automo
bile or "Ford," and he seems to en enjoy
joy enjoy riding around with Mr. Bill Har-
rell of Oklawaha as chauffeur.
Mr. Leonard' Harkey, Mr. 'Anthony
Harkey, Miss Alma Fort and Miss,
Delia Harkey took Christmas supper
with Mr. and Mrs. John Smith of Ok Oklawaha
lawaha Oklawaha arid reported a very enjoyable
time. .:-s'v:',: :,: :'"'' V
, Messrs. Archie Fort, Clifford Fort
and Phillip Rouse were very anxious
to go hunting last Wednesday.; At
last their parents decided to let' them
go. They left early Wednesday
morning and were gone until 1 p. m.,
and when they came in they had one
great big, fat coon. That was one
pnJud crowd of boys. N
It has begun to ram and turn cold
again, we are navmg some peculiar
weather to be in the winter time.
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star ofiice building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
Oscar Andrews, N. G.
, W. L. Colbert, Secretary.
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall fct 7;30 o'clock. V
Emma C. Burnett, N. G. v
. Irma Brigance, Secretary.
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., .meets .' on the first arid third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock, until further notice. 'y
Jake Brown, Secretary.
H. M. Weathers, W. M.
" Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are ailways welcome.
T. D. Lancaster, C. C.
, Chas. K. Sage, Clerk
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O.sE.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order. of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffice, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E- J. Crook. Secretary.
Ocala Lodge No." 19. Conventions
held every, Monday night at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the James
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
to visiting brothers.
G. A. Nash C. C.
CLar. K. Sage. K. of R. S.
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- Regular- convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A M., on the
fourth Friday in every month at 8 p.
m. B. a Webb, H. F.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

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(Continued from Third Page

Marriage of Miss Carolyn Miller
Christmas Night
The friends of Miss Carolyn Miller
of St. Petersburg:, who has visited
Miss Sue Moore here on several oc
casions, are quite interested in nei
marriage to Mr. Stephen A. Bassett
of Powersville, Ga., "whfch
Christmas night.'
The wedding took place at seven
o'clock in St. Peter's Episcopal
church, the Rev. W. W. William of
ficiating. The church was decorated
with Christmas greens and on the
altar raii were vases of : White lilies
and dairies.
The bride was given away by her
father, Mr. A. F.. Miller, and was be becomingly
comingly becomingly gowned in a taupe broad
cloth suit, with hat, shoes and gloves
to match. She carried bridesmaid
roses, orchids and valley lilies. The
only attendant was Miss Irene Cox of
Cleveland,1 Tenn., Mr. Bassett's best
man being Mr. Dudley Woodward of
Atlanta. The music was rendered by
Mr. Charles Gray.
After an informal reception, Mr.
and Mrs. Bassett left on the nine
o'clock train for a trip to New York,
and will then go to Powersville to
Edward Green in France
The host of Ocala friends of Mrs.
Emily Green are reioicinff with her
in the card? she received this morning7
from her son, Edward Green, saying
"Have arrived O. K. in France."
Corporal William Bullock arrived
homeryesterday afternoon from Camp
Wheeler to visit hjs parents until
Sunday night
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Miss Mary Connor, after, a brief
visit to her home at Lake Weir, went
to Daytona, to attend the state teach
ers' meeting.
, Mrs. Ola Potter and two children
wjll go to the fake this afternoon to
visit Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Lege until
after. New Year's.. -,,
Mrs. R. R. Carroll and daughter,
Miss Merris, who are spending. th
winter at St. Petersburg, came up to
day for a visit to Mr. Carroll.
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Mr. Charles Bartlettr who' attends
tne university oi Florida, made a
brief visit to his Ocala friends thisl
week en route to his home in Tampa
for the Christmas holidays. :
Miss Ruby Albertson returned yes
terday to her home in DeLand, after
spending the Christmas holidays in
Ocala as the guest of Miss Irene Hen-
derly. Her father, Rev. G. V.V Al
bertson, 'was also a guest in the Hen-
derly home.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Steinhaus and
two children, who make their home
at Mrs. Brinkley's residence on Fort
King avenue, havegone to Kissim Kissim-mee
mee Kissim-mee to visit Mr. and Mrs. M. D. Alex Alexander
ander Alexander for the Christmas holidays
They recently enjoyed a delightful
motor trip to St. Petersburg.
' ';
Corporal William Bullock, Co. C,
106th Engineers, "will return to Camp
Wheeler Saturday afternoon instead
of Sunday. Corporal Bullock has
been recommended for the third offi
cers' training camp which' will open
in Petersburg, Va., about Jan. 3rd
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Mr. Raiford Simmons returned
home yesterday from St. Petersburg,
where he spent Christmas with Mrs
Simmons and Mr. and Mrs. Futch. He
was accompanied by his daughter,
Mrs. Grimes and two little daughters,
who returned to their home in Geor
gia this afternoon.
Mrs. George McKean and daughter,
Marie and Mrs. KJ. -V. Miller and
daughter, Alice of Tampa are expect expected
ed expected this afternon to visit their parents,
Judge and Mrs. W. S. Bullock and
family, They are coming especially
to sefe their brother, Corporal Will William
iam William Bullock, who is home on a short
Misses Alice Bullock,, Onie Chazal
and others have received several
cards from privates and lieutenants
stationed at San Antonio, Texas,
thanking them very prettily for the
Christmas packets sent by the people
of Ocala to whom they are very
Mr. Jake Brown is home from At Atlanta,
lanta, Atlanta, where he spent CHristmas most
pleasantly with his wife and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Miss Helen, and his son, Lieut.
Julius Crown, now one of the instruc instructors
tors instructors at Gamp Gordon.,
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Don't fail to see "Mother Goose" at
Temple Theater Monday afternoon
and night. Admission 10 and 15 cents.
United States Tires "are good
tires" and I have them in all sizes.
B. F. Condon, phone 129. 19-tf
Nunnally's Candies (the standard
of the South) a limited quantity at
Gerig's Drug Store. 18
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.


A sleeping rookie dreamed a dream
And dreaming dreamed he died.
And straightway to the pearly gates
His bean-stained spirit hied.
What wish you? asked Saint Peter,
As he rapped upon the door.
"To have a home in heaven, sir,
And never drill no more.
"I am tired of squads and right about,
I'm sick of column right;
I'm weary of fixing bayonets
From morning until night.
"I'm tired o work and squilgels,
And scrubbin', washing clothes,
And darning sections of my socks
Where they let out my toes.
"Of roostin' in a hammock, sir,
A mile above the deck,
Where if you tumble out 'tis like
You will break your bloomin' neck.
"I want to leave off drilling
In the beatin', burnin' sun,"
The pipin' and the marchin'
And the totin' of the gun.
"I want to rest forever
In a land of liberty.
Where they never heard of muster
Or wake to reveille.
Where mortals are all equal
Ah'- there ain't no C. P. O's..
And a pair of wings for duty
In the place of summer clothes.
x nom w utc ixi ucaicu, six,
And be among the blest;
Where they don't unlash a hammock
When they go to take a rest.
"I want to be in heaven, there
Among my kith and kin,
So have a heart, St. Peter, sir,
And let a rookie in."
St. Peter paid attention, -Although
he shook his head;s
He thought the matter over
And then he softly said:
"Nay, nay, my son, you ask too much.
You'll find this place too slow,
So try your friend at the other end,
And beat it down below."
By two cooks, J. H. Lucius of Belle Belle-view,
view, Belle-view, Florida, and W. C. Handson,
of Binghampton, N. Y., in ship's com company,
pany, company, Norfolk, Va.


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Are in Position to Furnish You With What 1;

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Tennis Before Vou Buy. ;


We have several bargains in Used Maxwell Touring
cars. All sixty inch treads and 1916 and 1917 models.
These cars are safe buys, figured on the present price
of new cars, with war taxes added.
, These cars will be sold on easy payments if desired.
Also one large Buick touring car, in fifst class con-

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time 23c.; three times 50c; six times
"5c.;" one month $3. Payable In advance.
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"My Optician"
I especially offer my services to the
Ieople of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail orders."
202-204 Hogan St., Park Hotel Bldg.,
FOR SALE Home cured lard and
home cured smoked meats. Every
pound guaranteed. Any quantity. Ad Address
dress Address C. H. Luffman, Sparr, Ela. lm
FIRE WOOD For sale. Stove wood
lengths. Phone 185X, for prompt de delivery.
livery. delivery. J. C. Johnson. 10-lm v
FOR SALE Nice lot 70 x 112 in sec second
ond second ward also nice residence lot at
$200. W. W. Condon. 21-tf
WANTED Old False Teeth..- Don't
matter if broken. I pay $2 to $15 per j
set. Send by' parcel post and receive i
cheek hv return mail. 1. MAZER, i
2007 s. Fifth Avenue, Philadelphia,
FOR RENT The residence known
as the Rawls home on Nonth Sanchez
street. All modern improvements.
Apply to C. Rheinauer. 11-26-tf
WANTED Hogs and cattle. Highest
market prices paid, f o. b. loading
puntu xjci. us quuie juu prices uuure
vou sell. McCranie & Raerland. Har
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8 A. M. to 7:30 P. M. I
N. MainSW Opposite Postoffice


real estate and Investment rv

Ocala Florida
Get my Bulletin of Bargains
Why not pay a small amount each
month and see it go into
I have a number of houses you can
buy that way at (
$10 A 'MONTH
cajl and see my list of houses from
1000.00 up.
Room 5 Holder Blk. Ocala, Fla.
Mclver &. RIaeKay'
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METS:structMap STRUCT1 physical
PDIV1 Main
PAGE1 Page
STRUCT2 other