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Title:
The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
Star
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Porter & Harding
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Ocala, Fla.
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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WEATHER FORECAST
OCALA, FLORIDA. FRIDAY, lNOVESIBER H, 1917.
VOL. 23, NO. 271.
Fair tonight and Saturday,' little
, change in temperature.

1GHJID BRITISH
mm FRONT
Armies of the Western Powers Rush
to the Aid of their Hard-
- Pressed Allies
, (Associated Press)
Reports from German souces to today
day today are virtually the only fresh news
regarding the Russian situation. One
of these stated that Premier, Keren Keren-sky
sky Keren-sky had been arrested, and another

I "KaiTjoined with the Maximalists and

was marching on Petrograd.
In- Palestine British operations
about Beersheba and Gaza have re resulted
sulted resulted in the entire Turkish forces
beginning a retreat.
News from the Italian war zone is
that British and ; French troops are
moving toward the Italian front. No
operations of any importance were
reported from the front in France ana
Belgium. v
FRENCH
AND BRITISH TO THE
ITALIAN-FRONT

":.JZ iCafcaTTTOlfoary Zone, Nov. 9.
Both British and French troops are
going toward the front.

PREPARING TO ALTER THE PRO--:
, GRAM
Italian Army Headquarters, Nov.
9. As a result of a conference of
British, French and Italian represen representatives,
tatives, representatives, a permanent inter-allied mil military
itary military committee ha3 been appointed.
New leadership for the Italians has
been provided. The Italians are still
holding back the Teutons by rear
uard actions. s
USTRO-GERM ANS ADVANCING
Berlin, Nov. 9. -Austro-Germah
rofces in Italy, overcoming the re-r
sistance of the Italian rear guards,
are advancing toward the Piave river,
the war office announces.
TURKS ARE RETREATING
London, Nov. 9. The entire Turk Turkish
ish Turkish army in Palestine is retreating
northward. British airplanes are
bombard:ng them. It is officially 'an 'announced
nounced 'announced that forty Turkish guns have
been captured.
TAKfNG PRECAUTION AGAINST
, TEUTONS
Rio Janeiro, Nov. 9. -The govern government
ment government has issued a decree closing the
- port of Rio Janeiro.
CHIEF BEAVERS CLEARED
Atlanta's Most Efficient Policepan
Has Been Finally
r-4 Exonerated
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, Nov. 9. Former Chief of
Police James L. Beavers, who was
convicted on charges involving ineffi inefficiency
ciency inefficiency and insubordination was ex exonerated
onerated exonerated early today. eBavers was
reinstated as chief of police by the
commission before which his case
has been tried for the third time.
Beavers waived his claim of back
salar yamounting to $8000.
MR. CANT AFFORD
Day after day you wear your brain
thin. Your brain is your best ser servant.
vant. servant. It needs repairs just as much
as your house or your! body.' The
lyceum course will do more to repaii
your tired, brain than a trip across
the continent. It will plant new
thoughts, stir new energies, awaken
new inspiration. It will soothe with
great music, rest with choice enter
tainment.
The two dollars spent for the ly
ceum season ticket isn't an expendi-
' ture it's an investment. It will bring
returns as surely as a liberty Bond, t
You will tackle your job with renew renewed
ed renewed energy. And all your folks at
home need the season ticket panacea.
Can't afford. You can't afford to
do without it.
Season tickets on sale at the Court
Pharmacy. It
i AGE LIMIT EXTENDED
Apprentice Seamen Under Thirty Thirty-One
One Thirty-One May Now Enlist in
the Navy
sU. S. Navy Recruiting. Station,
Atlanta, Ga., Oct. 31, 1917.
To all Recruiting Officers arioV Re-
'cruitine Inspectors: The maximum
age limit for enlistment! of apprentice
.seamen is hereby changed from
"twenty-five to thirty years, making
the age limit now for apprentice seaf
men from eighteen to thirty years.
L. C. Palmer.
Specials in stationery 25c. a box.
THE FOOK SHOP. 3t

THE TROUBLE III

.RUSSIA THIGKEflS
Army on Northern Front Reported to
Have Gone Over to the
Anarchists
j (Associated Press)
London. Nov. 9. A telegram which
reached 'Amsterdam from a German
source, forwarded by the Central
News, says the Russian array on the
northern front has joined the Maxi Maximalists,
malists, Maximalists, and is marchong on Petro Petrograd.
grad. Petrograd. -
MAY .MURDER ONE OF
BEST MEN
THEIR
Petrograd, Nov. 9. The -military
revolutionary committee has decided
to bring General Korniloff, the leader
of the recent revolt, and his support supporters
ers supporters to Petrograd and imprison them.
They -will be tried before a military
revolutionary tribunal. ;; ''-
. CONFLICTING ACCOUNTS
- f
Petrograd, Nov. 9.- The famous
woman's battalion, which was among
the troops defending the Winter Pal Palace,
ace, Palace, surrendered before the battle be began.
gan. began. A dispatch from Petrograd last
night said the woman's battalion and
other forces holding the Winter Pal Palace
ace Palace were compelled to capitulate un under
der under fire from the cruiser Aurora, and
j cannon from the fortress of St. PeEei
and St Paul- A Maximalist account
of the uprising said there was no
bloodshed. ..
APPEAL TO THE ARMY
' . 8 -:A -
- Petrograd, N5v. 9. -The congress
of soldiers' and workmen's delegates
today appealed to the Russian army
to stand firm and protect the revolu revolution
tion revolution against imperialistic attempts
until the new government obtained a
democratic peace.
ENGINEERED FROM, BERLIN V
' London, Nov. 9. That the Russian
coup was engineered and subsidized
from Germany for the purpose of:
eliminating Russia from among the
enemies of the Central Powers is vis vis-tually
tually vis-tually the unanimous opinion express expressed
ed expressed in newspaper editorial comment.
A despondent view of the outlookis
taken by some commentators, while
others claim that the triumph of the
Maximalists is probably a passing
phase, of the Russian situation and
refuse to believe that Russia would
agree to a separate peace.
ANOTHER REPORT ABOUT KER-
ENSKY ..'
Amsterdam, Nov. 9. A Stockholm
dispatch saying that Premier Keren-
sky has been arrested appears in th6
Rheinische Westf alische Zeitung of
Essen, Germany.
ADVERTISING THE Y. M. C. A.
Great Educational Campaign for the
Benefit of this Beneficient
Institution
Jacksonville, Nov. 9 Thousands ot
window cards, posters, "circulars, let
ters "and other literature 'advertising
the great drive in .Florida for the Y.
M. C. A. War Work. Council fund are
now being mailed from headquarters
here. It is expected that by the end
cf the week every city, town and ham
let in the state will be in possession
of some of this advertising matter.
There are some 8,000 Florida sol
diers already in the army and a large
number of sailors. These men lived
in all sections of the state before they
joined the service of the government.
It is expected that? their relatives and
friends will be interested in .their wel
fare and for this reason they will all
be permitted to contribute to the fund
which is .to be raised next' week for
their sole beenfit.
FIRE WORKS FOR THE FAIR
The Troy Messenger of Troy, Ala.,
has this to say in regard to the fire-
words put on at their fair by the
Newton Fireworks Company under
the direction of Mr. George Robin
son: .. .
"Thousands of persons were thrill
ed at the Pike County Fair last night
by the beautiful fireworks program,
peihaps the greatest single drawing
ieature ot tne iair. ine program is
being put on by the same, company
which put on the famous progarm of
last year here." ...
The Newton Fireworks .Company
are the people who will put on the
fireworks for the Marion County
Fair, and those who are planning to
attend the fair may lo'ok forward to
something interesting in this partic
ular.
A full assortment of the famous
PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
the small fall garden, '. Ocala Seed
Store. tf

WANT TO CARRY

ON THE WORK
It will be of Great Bepefif to Keep
Up State Food Conservation
Organizations
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 9. Food admin administrators
istrators administrators of the southern states con conferred
ferred conferred with the food administration
officials today on the best way., to
make permanent the state orgraniza
tions which have been built up to
carry on the intensive pledge card
campaign. Mr. iJraxton tseacham, of
Orjando, Florida, is attending the
conference.
CAPITAL MAKES NO COMMENT
Both the state department and the
Russian embassy today were still
without any official advices on Pet
rograd affairs. All comment is
withheld.
AT THE
E
THIS EHG
Representative Citizens Will Confer
With Board of Trade on Preserv Preserving
ing Preserving Ocklawaha Valley
Railroad
The Aboard of trade meeting set for
this evening will be held at the
courthouse, and every business man
of the city, and if possible every citi citi-zen,
zen, citi-zen, should be present.
A number of representative men
from the communities along the Ock Ocklawaha
lawaha Ocklawaha Valley railroad are coming to
the city, to attend the meeting and
confer with our citizens on methods
to prevent the Ocklawaha Valley
railroad from suspending operations.
"' The Star, hopes themeeting will be
weir attended and some method will
be advised by which the little railroad
will be kept open.
This road has always been one of
the Star's pet enterprises. It boosted
for it years before it was built, saw
its beginning with gladness and
watched its completion with pride,
and deeply regrets the prospect of its
suspension. .?
We think that if the people of
Ocala and Palatka and the towns be between
tween between will pledge the. road a certain
amount of business, it will be kept in
operation. It will be to the 'advant 'advantage
age 'advantage of all, particularly Ocala, to do
this.
JOHN TAYLOR FOR
ALDERMAN AT LARGE
There are 143 names on the follow
ing petition. Mr. F. B. Beckham took
it around and almost every man he
met signed it. He put in less "than
half a day at the work.
To Mr. John H. Taylor: We, the
undersigned petitioners and citizens,
resident in the city of Ocala, hereby
Lpetition you to become a candidate
for councilman at large, m and Jfor
the city of Ocala, to be voted for at
the next municipal election to be held
in said city:
Barney Spencer, A. E. Burnett, D.
E. Mclver, Louis R. Chazal, J. J.
Gerig, T. W. Troxler, L. W. Ponder,
B. H. Norris, E..L. ParV, J. C. Cald Caldwell,
well, Caldwell, F. B. Gates, D. IjTiel Ferguson,
W. C. Mead, W. A. Robertson, Chas.
J. Fishel, C. V. Roberts, H. B. Bax Baxter,
ter, Baxter, C. H. Hardee, George MacKay,
S. P. Anthony Jr., C. P. Chazal, Ben
Rheinauer.J. M. Meffert, J. E. Chace,
A. E. Gerig, J. R. Moorhead, J. B.
Brooks, Jno. R. Herndon, D. E. Meiln,
N. R: Dehon, W. P. Parker, G. C.
Greene, G. L. Pasteur, C. L. Fox, F.
B. Beckham, C. G. Barnett, F. E.
Wetherbee, W. W. Condon, R. L. Car Carter,
ter, Carter, H. A. Waterman, M. A. TenEyck,
J. S. LaRoche, L. C. Smith, George
Giles, H. P. Bitting, W. O. Preer, F.
P. Gadson, Chas. F. Flippen, M. M.
Little, H. L. Lloyd, G. W. Alexander,
W. W. Rilea, Jerry Burnett, W. W. C.
Smith, H. C. Jones Joseph Needham,
S. N. Igou, H. B. Clarkson, T. A.
Cobb, A. C- Cobb, A. Slott, E. G. Peek,
W. V. Wheeler, B. A. Weathers, Chas
B. Rawls, J. Harry Walters, T. D.
Lancaster Jr., L. Toffaletti, David R.
Connor, P. H. Nugent, W. E. Smith,
W. W. Stripling, T E. Ervin, P. A.
Durand, L. E. Lang W. T. Stroud,
Jno. L. Edwards, David S. Welch, W.
D. Carn, Sid R. Whaley, P.'E. Weihe,
E. T. Helvenston, E. J. Crook, J. R.
Jordan, W. P. Chalker, L. H. Pillans,
M. L. Mershon, H. A. Da vies, J. T.
Lancaster, W. W. Martin, N. L. Wil Williams,
liams, Williams, W. A. Wilds, W. K. Zewadski,
T. C. Carter, J. A. Wiggins, M. M.
Carter, W. A. Knight, W. H. Marsh,
S. A. Moses, L. J. Knight, E. W. Leav Leav-engood,
engood, Leav-engood, E. W." Clement; N. T." Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, W. M. Palmer, E. E. Dobbs, R.
A. 'Sandifer, Charles Peyser, A. D.
Smith, S. M. Grubbs, Jno. R. Preer,

GuuRTHQUS

ITROUBLE WITH

IIEGRO TROOPS
Streets of Montgomery for a WTiile
Terrorized by Disorderly y
Soldiers
(Associated Press
Montgomery, Nov. 9. A party of
whiter men seized a negro chauffeur
after .'he had struck a white woman
with ,an automobile on a crowded
st e? last night. v -
Nero troops formed a party of
150' and started in pursuit of their
comrade. It is reported tht they
swept the sidewalk clean of women
and chil Iren as they went. The mili
tary 4nd police overtook and arrest arrested
ed arrested thirty-five of the then.
Major Caldwell, commander of the
Ninth Separate battalion, declined for j
a time tq order the negro soldiers off
the streets. Later he -was prevailed
upon to order the men to camp. A

guard was thrown around the camp.idiers and straining horses were seen

The soldiers who made the trouble
were national guard troops from
Ohio.
Recovering from the Flurry Due to
News of Russian Counter
Revolution
(Associated Press)
New York, Nov. 9. The stock
market after yesterday's severe re reversals
versals reversals due to the new Russian de developments,
velopments, developments, appeared to be receiving
substantial support at the opening
today, although the undertone of the
general list finued uncertain. The
more settled condition of stocks did
not extend to the foreign exchange
market,, which exhibited further
weakness in rates on Petrograd and
Rome.
ens GOT BUSY
State Bank at Concord, Mich-, was
Wrecked and Eighteen Thou Thousand
sand Thousand Dollars Stolen
j- (Associated Press)
Jackson, Mich., Nov. 9 The Farm Farmers
ers Farmers State Bank at Concord, near here,
was wrecked early today by burglars
who escaped with about $18,000 cash.
;;.;'. :
ANOTHER TERM FOR ANDY
The friends of Mr. A. A. Winer, al alderman
derman alderman from the first ward, insist on
his running again. Andy has made a
good alderman, and it will be a good
idea to keep him on the job.
IT WILL BE A GREAT EVENT
It may be nossible that some of
those who will exhibit af the Marion
County Fair do not know about the
fair at Jacksonville later on.
In a recent communication from B.
K. Hanafourde, the general manager
of the Florida ftate Fair and Exposi Exposition,
tion, Exposition, he says:
"The Florida State Fair is to be
the greatest annual agricultural and
live stock event in the sautheast. Tne
permanent exhibit buildings are be
ing erected. I believe that nearly
every county in the state will be rep
resented. A special building 200 feet
long, entitled,. 'Florida Counties," will
house the agricultural and industrial
resources of Florida.
"The premium list is a good one,
and the premiums offered for the
competition of Florida counties are
especially attractive, divided into six
splendid awards: First $500; second,
$300; third, $200, and fourth, fifth
and sixth, $100 each. Besides this a
$150 solid silver cup will be awarded
the winning county."
We would like to see the winners at
the Marion County Fair plan to go
further and carry off some of the
awards at the state fair. Also Mar
ion could be the banner county of the
state if all of our exhibitors will do
their part. The State Fair dates are
Feb. 2Gth to March 9th inclusive.
Have your prescriptions filled at
Gerig's by registered pharmacists, tf
Syrup bottle corks. Anti-Monopoly
J. W. Johnson, Ollie Mordis, George
Chambers, H. E. Leavengood, C. N.
Kirkland, R. E. Yonge, J. J. Waters,
Sterling Hooper, G. C. Shephard, S.
P. Hollinrake, C. A. Harris, J. V. Tar Tar-ver,
ver, Tar-ver, W. W. Norwood, J. W. Akin, T.
C. Clayton, B. H. Seyemour, Geo. L.
Taylor, John D. Wilkes, T. T. Mun Mun-roe,
roe, Mun-roe, P. V. Leavengood, J. H. Benja Benjamin,
min, Benjamin, J. M. Thomas, Jake, Brown, L.
Alexander, J. A. Chandler, W. T.
Whitley, S. T. Sistrunk, R. R. Car-rolL

STOCK HHEI STRO

FIRST RETURN FROM

THE FRONT
Of American Soldiers Greeted by tht
French with Great
Enthusiasm
(Associated Press)
TV
ith the American Army in
France, Nov. 8. The first American
ai tfllery unit to establish contact
with the Germans came back to its
billets today. The men were tired and
muddy, but still as enthusiastic a lot
of soldiers as ever came out of gun
pits. The artillery had a longer stay
at the front than the infantry ana
they came back, men and horses wet
to the bone, covered with mud and
ready to sleep.
Their "home coming" was one that
will long be remembered in this sec section
tion section of France. It was late in the
day when long lines of marching sol
rounding a small mountain many
miles away. From the village toward
which they were marching' the 'column
could be seen winding around the
mountain to the valley upon a 'near
hill and then down again. The rain
was beating in their faces and a vil village,
lage, village, snuggled in a valley came into
their view as they crossed the crest
of the hill.
The command was drawn upon on a
hil side and a gun, covered with
camouflage paint was drawn out in
front. On the gun shield an artillery artilleryman
man artilleryman had written in chalk:
"The First Gun for the Germans."
The' colonel in command spoke to
one of the townspeople a moment
and addressing the men told them the
people of, the village 'wished to do
honor to the gun and its crew and to
the American army. The children
gathered around and placed a floral
wreath over the grim barrel and a
bunch of wild flowers inside the emp
ty case of the first shot' fired. The
regimental band then played the
American and French national an anthems.
thems. anthems. That was all the ceremony.
but the sight of Americans returning
from combat and the cheering of the
populace, including many old men
and old women who came up to
shake hands with them or put arms
affectionately around their shoulders,
was heartening.
Tonight the artillerymen turned in
at 6 o'clock. Tomorrow they will not
be called out until hours after the
regular time. The men were very
tired, having marched for many
hours. Despite the hardships not a
man was heard to grumble except
about the fact that no mail from
home was awaiting him. Everyone in
the body spoke enthusiastically of the
firing of shells at the Boche. They
want to go back. There was not a
casualty duirng the stay at the front,
and the fact that the Germans shell shelled
ed shelled the American artillery several
times augurs well for the tfench de defenses.
fenses. defenses. An officer said that the night
the American trench was raided the
artillery got' into action quickly and
poured a counter barrage into no
man's land. They were sure they pre prevented
vented prevented all the Germans from return
ing and many of them surely did not
get back alive.
Many of the men admitted that they
enjoyed thev experience greatly. One
gunner remarked that he would rath
er have had that experience and hon
or as a duck private tnan to De a
major general. The crew is composed
of youngsters. They came from
South Bend, New York, Minneapolis,
Chicago, Baltimore, New Orleans and
Douglas, Ariz.
After a short rest this artillery con
tmgent will be sent to otner camps
to instruct other artillerymen who
have not yet been at the front.
The first three American soldiers
killed in the trenches in France to tonight
night tonight are sleeping in French soil,
honored by the "American army and
the people and army of France. Their
final interment took place yesterday.
With a guard of French infantry
men in their picturesque uniforms of
red and horizon blue standing on one
side and a detachment of American
soldiers on the other the flag was
wrapped around the caskets and they
were lowered iffto the grave as a bug
ler blew taps and the batteries at the
front fired minute guns. As the min
ute guns went off the French officer
commanding the division in this sec section
tion section paid tribute to the fallen Amer Americans.
icans. Americans. His words which were punct punctuated
uated punctuated by the roar of the guns and the
whistle of shells, touched both the
French and the Americans. In con
clusion the French officer said
"In the name of the division
in the name of the French army and
in the name of France, I bid farewel
to Private Enright, Private Gresham
and Private Hay. of the American
army.
"Of their own free will they had
left a prosperous and happy country
to come over here. They knew war
was continuing in Europe; they knew
that. the forces fightinjf for honor,

IT'S A GOOD CAUSE;

. PUSH IT ALONG

Campaign for the Y. M. C. A. Begun
in Ocala and Will be Carried
Briskly Out Into the County
A meetinsr of the Ocala Y. M. C.

A. committee was held in the board
of trade room SI last nisrht. It was
well attended, almost every member
of the committee, in fact, being pres present.
ent. present. 1
Present beside the committee were

Mr. Green, secretary of the Charles Charleston
ton Charleston navy yard branch, and Mr. Geo.
F, Tibbitts; Mr. Tibbitts is cam-

paign director for this, state. He is a
prominent business man and is doing
this work without pay, but for love of
he cause.
.Mr. Tibbitts made a crood address.
which was listened to with great in interest.
terest. interest. We wish the relatives and
friends of every Marion county sol soldier
dier soldier could have heard it.
The campaign is now on for Marion
county to raise its quota of $2000. The
pastors will present the matter to
their congregations Sunday morning.
The committees will begin work in
;he city Monday, to ask contributions.
and early next week Rev. Bunyan
Stephens and Mr. W. T. Gary will eo
out in the county to enlist the sympa
thy of the country people.
It is a eood cause- and as much for
the benefit of our Marion countv bovs
as any other. Push it along.
f
I EMERGENCY
BATE ADVISED
n Order to Remove Cattle from th
Drouth-Stricken Regions to
the Southwest
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, Nov. 9. Freight traffic
managers of railroads of the south southeast
east southeast and southwest meet here today
to discuss the advisability of inaug
urating an emergency rate to facili
tate the movement of approximately
200,000 cattle from drouth-stricken
sections of the southwest to ranges
east of the Mississippi river.
The bipartisan judicial ticket in
Chicago, won a sweeping victory over
he socialist ticket, the campaign be
ing based on Americanism and loyal
ty. That looks bad for Mayor Thomp Thompson.
son. Thompson. Medical authorities are urging sol
diers to lick their wounds, claiming it
is the most efficacious treatment for
healing wounds not containing for
eign substances.
love and justice and civilization were
still checked by the long-prepared
forces serving the powers of brutal
domination, oppression and barbarity.
They knew that efforts were still nec
essary. They wished to give up their
generous hearts and they have riot
forgotten old historical memories
while others forget more recent ones.
They ignored nothing of the circum
stances, and nothing had been con
cealed from them neither the length
and hardships of war nor the vio violence
lence violence -of battle nor the dreadfulness
of new weapons, nor the perfidy of
the fog. Nothing stopped them. They
accepted the hard and strenuous life.
They crossed the ocean at great
peril; they took their places on the
front by our side, and they have fal
len facing the foe in a hard and des desperate
perate desperate hand to hand fight. Honor to
them. Their families, friends and fel
low citizens will be proud when they
learn of their deaths.
"Men! These graves, the first to be
dug in our national soil and only a
short distance from theynemy, are
as a mark of the mighty land we and
our allies firmly cling to in the com
mon task, confirming the will of the
people and the American to fight with
us until the enemy is forever driven
from it. Thus the deaths of these
humble soldiers appears to us with
extraordinary grandeur.
"We ask that these soldiers be left
with us; be left on our soil so that
we may inscribe on lasting tablets:
'Here lie the first American soldiers
to die for France.' Men will stop and
shed a tear perhaps. Men will come
from afar to see this spot. Private
Enright! Private Gresham! Private
Hay! In the name of France I thank
you! God receive your souls! Fare Farewell!"
well!" Farewell!" A human life may depend upon the
accuracy and promptness with which
a prescription is looked after. Both
are features at the Court Pharmacy.
Riley's poems, 60c. Limited supply.
THE BOOK SHOP. 3t



OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER ?. 1517
OCALA EVENING- STAR
Tubllfthcil Every Day Exep Saaday by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
' OF OCALA, FLA.
similarity between the French of
1790 and the Russians of;u 1917rki
3rd. She will receive at least $45 a
month, $20 of y which l is regular al allowance
lowance allowance and. $25 the insurance pay payment
ment payment -provided by the government life
insurance for which Private Gresham
may have applied.
WATCH FOR THEM
character and conditions. Hie French,!
however, did not hare the5 aid of
many other democratic nations to
help them.
PERSIMMON BEER AND POETRY

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W. T. Gary
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Mrs. W. S. Bullock
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Carl Wenzel
Jack Camp
Mayor Chace
i
" Uncle. Sam's food v bill for., soldiers
alone is $800,000 a day.
Hylan has a fine opportunity to
prove his loyalty to America.
V .... ) .. -.. .
The Rockefeller Foundation ,s has
given $150,000 1 more- towards army
cantonment work '::.
A Chicago millionaire was recently
arretted for. stealing: potatoes, from a
neighbor's garden..
An anti-draft orator- in Davenport,
Iowa, has received a sentence of 20
years' imprisonment. t
' ,r:'- - .v.,.'.
The; republicans retain control ;of
the New York assembly, although
democrats and socialists made gains.
The $8,000 home of the Astors on
the Hudson river has been accepted,
by the war department, for a soldiers'
hospital.
A .New York boy has enlisted to
get a chance to revenge the killing of
hi sister and; two,,, brothers by .the
Germans.
Samuel W, McCall was elected gov governor
ernor governor for- a third term, in Massachus Massachusetts
etts Massachusetts and the, entire republican ticket
was successful. .
,
At a recent Long Island county fair
the sheriff stopped a raffle forr the
benefit of the Red Cross It violated
the lottery law.-
Motoring for. pleasure in England
has been forbidden since November
1st, because of the shortage of, gaso gasoline
line gasoline and motor-oils. 7
Bishop Jones of the. Salt Lake dio diocese
cese diocese of the Episcopal church has been
asked to resign because of his alleg
ed unpatriotic attitude;
A New. York draft board recently
exempted a man from-the draft be because
cause because he had been, sentenced -to be
hanged within a few days.
The yellow peril has evaporated,
but we wish we had it back again.
Germany is doing worse-than any anybody
body anybody ever-dreamed Japan pould -do.
The woolen trade of the United
States has pledged itself not to use
all-wool fabrics for -civilian clothes.
The only all-wool clothes will be in the
army.
Medical authorities of the French
army has unanimously nassed a reso
lution approving of introducing wine"
into the soldier's ration, because of
its food value. ;
Boris Bakmetrieff ; Russian ambas ambassador
sador ambassador to the United States, says we
must not judge his country by Petro Petro-grad.
grad. Petro-grad. The Star, has .some hope that
pride of country will yet assert itself
in the Russian army and peoples If
it doesn't we will simply have to wait
while Russian democracy: travels the
same long",; painful ;.- road that-; was
trodden by the FrenchThere is great,

It will be remembered that a few
days ago, the Star printed a recipe
for persimmon beer. "We hardly hop-
ed that anyone in. these modern times
would try to brew this ancient but
honored beverage but one. good .lady
and competent housewife, hailing
from the empire state of the South,
sat up and took notice and last night
her hubby gladdened our heart with
an invitation to. come by and sample
the brew.
In -consequence, a small but select
party sat down about 8 p. m. in one

of the city's most elegant dining
rooms, and after partaking of a
dainty supper their eyes were glad gladdened
dened gladdened to see brought in a large and
symmetrical pitcher with an expres expression
sion expression of, satisfaction even on the out--side.
From, the? snowy lip : of said
pitcher an amber liquid was poured
into crystal glasses, and the editor
was invited to first taste and pass
judgment.
He tasted, and the first sip sent his
memory 'back ; over thirty five years,
to the days when he came in from
the harvest field on the North Geor Georgia
gia Georgia mountain side and found rest and
refreshment in a brimming- glass t of
persimmon beer, or when with the
otfier boys and girls,- at the corn corn-shuckings
shuckings corn-shuckings the beverage was passed
during the races to find the red ear,
or when on the hunt he stopped at
some log, cabin door. for a minute's
rest and; talk with a neighbor and a
draft of. the brew that was as refresh
ing and invigorating as the mountain
breeze
He assured his hostess that she had
hit it just right and proved his words
by. drinking ihalf the contents of the
pitcher and ;it: was some pitcher, too.
Later in tke evening, when he -sat
by his lonesome in his den, and tried
to po"und. some spacefillers out of -his
machine, he. (probably inspired by the
beer, began thinking of what a fine
old county the had. lived in the past
quarter of a eentury, and his thoughts
burst into s the following isongi
Marion County
Land of cotton, land of corn;
Land where, plenty fills; its 'horn; 'horn;-Land
Land 'horn;-Land where rivers liave their birth,
Breaking full-waved from the earth;
Where Eolua' music rings v
On a billion ninetreet strings y
Land of hills, and land, of vales;
Land of, vineembowered, dales ;
Land r of fens, and land of, brakes ;
Land, of limpid, laughing lakes,
Smiling at the, noonday skies,
Winking at the midnight eves. -Poetic
license I must stretchy -To
get the-flatwoods in .the sketch
And, admit this-smiling land,?
Like -some hopes,, is r built on sand .-But
But .-But richest, yield ,can overflow
Thes sand above and sand jbelow.
Jason and. his crew;, of old,' 7
On the wrong tack sailed for gold,
Better had they come this-way.
To orange- grove of Flotiday--
Of all lands the. diadem n
Withs Marion for: its central gem..
Land twhere-million-year? ago-7
Providence did. fossils stow,
The mastodon and orthyrhynchus.
The dodo and the" hinkydinkus,
Stacked them where- they- lost their
. breath4
Or- comfortably starved to ? death,
So we humans of j today,-
Might djg fortunes from, their clay,.
And many goods that mankind vowns
Should, blossom from. their, buried
bones.,.
So we've blossomed much that's good,
Somethings ttiat are-raw-and crude;
Good and evu always -mix,
Cattle ticks and politics .-.
Side by side with melons show;
Peaches next: to quinces growi.
But .we never need, despair, s v
While .we- swig : persimmon beer,
At this point the ribbon on. the
typewriter: split, so you, are merci mercifully
fully mercifully spared another yard or two like
the foregoing-,
Says the Lakeland Telegram: "We
have to own up to haying accepted a
"free pass, and. we don't care a. hoot
if the Interstate. Commerce Commis Commission
sion Commission knows it. The corrupting con concern
cern concern thus, subsidizing ; us is the Mar Marion
ion Marion County. Fair. Association, which
will be held at Ocala, November 27;
28,; 29, and 30. Fair associations in
Florida, have generally been success success-ful4
ful4 success-ful4 sofar as .variety and excellence
of exhibits, are concerned,.' but the
Marion County Fair has not only
been a splendid,- exposition of re resources
sources resources of j its section, but it has been
a successful business institution, as
welL: A. visit to the fair. will be edu edu-cationalKeven
cationalKeven edu-cationalKeven to .the man who thinks
he knows Florida,, for he will have a
greater respect and admriation for
his .state, after, viewing, the magnifi magnificent
cent magnificent exhibits which are featured in
this., splendid annual, showingof the
products f of Marion and the sur sur-roundingscountry."
roundingscountry." sur-roundingscountry." When the new charter goes, into
effect, ; the,? council, should, select, for
city manager-; a man from another
city,, and, if possible from some other
state. No, local .man, no, mattert how
competent, could,(keep himself free
f rom ''entangling-, alliances', and, he
would no sooner, be in oflice than, he
would be the subject of criticism and
opposition from some,, faction that
would greatly..-impair, his usefulness
The first dependent of an American
soldier killed in trench warfare to re receive
ceive receive compensation under the gove gove-ernment
ernment gove-ernment system will, be.,, Mrs. Alice
Dodd ? of n Evansville Ind ... widowed
mother fk Private James. B. Gresham,
one. of the victims of the German raid
ion Americann trenches in France Nov.

From now on there will be from day
to day things that you want to know
about the coming fair in your daily
papers. Watch for them.
The Star is Informed that the
friends of Mr. John Taylor have
about succeeded in persuading him-to
run for alderman at large. Mr. Tay Taylor's
lor's Taylor's election to this office would be
an invaluable asset to the city. He
is a successful business man and is

probably better posted on the prob problems
lems problems -that confront our town, in con
sequence of its public utilities, than
any man in it. Much of his own. bus
iness, is on the same-, lines- as our.
water and electric plant, and commu communicating
nicating communicating with men accustomed to the
management of such work, and pro
curing supplies for it hag been fam-
ilian to him for years. He was chair chairman
man chairman of, the light and water commit committee
tee committee during his previous service on the
council and. made a most enviable re record
cord record in. that position. The Star will
be glad, to have Mr. Taylor stand for
office and doubly glad if he is elect elected..
ed.. elected.. . Japan and the United States have
agreed upon a "hands off" policy in
China, pledging themselves to the
doctrine of the open door and equal
opportunity for the trade of all na nations,
tions, nations, with a guarantee to preserve
intact the territorial integrity and j
sovereignity oi tne umnese republic.
A pamphlet; soon to be issued in
Washington by the committee on pub public
lic public information will reveal letters re received
ceived received by Ambassador Gerard while
in Germany from t German soldiers in
which j.they declared Teuton soldiers
went: bad watching the tortures of
prisoners of war.
' By a vote of, 282 to 33 the house of
commons defeated a pacifist motion to
end the war on the basis of a Ger German
man German peace, Mr. Balfour declaring that
Great Britain's aims are neither im-
perianstiC" nor vindictive put are
needed' for the i emancipation and se security
curity security of Europe.
Secretary-- of War- Baker -recentlj
declared that15 the-'-mannerin- which A
the business men of -the oltry had
supported the government "was mak making,
ing, making, "& stronger nation, a greater
democracy,- and- a greater hope for
mankind."
The increased value of farm pro products
ducts products this year of over $8,000,000,000
would enable the farmers easily ; to
absorb the entire new Liberty, Loan,
with only one-third the amount of
their excess earnings..
Several people have asked 4 the Star
who: the Russian Maximalists are So-
far, as the Star, can leanv they- are a
bunch who want to live without work
and I are worse enemies of Russia
than the ,old aristicracy was. K
Mayor Mitchel congratulated Judg,
Hylan upon the latter's election, and
later declared,1 "There is nothing to be
added to the mandate which the city
has civen to Jude-e Hvlan."
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A French physiologist, described man as a -"digestive tube with arrangements (or locomotion and guidance."'
Itl is. commonly, said that most? people;wdig jheir graves with their teeth." The disastrous effects of constipation
have always-been well known. It is easily understood i how serious are the troubles which are caused by

stagnation of decayed matter in the large intestines
poison reabsorbed and taken into the circulation this
is i called f auto -intoxication. It is apparent, there therefore,
fore, therefore, that the first- necessity isto. cleanse the, intestines
thoroughly.
The best : method fori cleansing; the whole whole-intestinal
intestinal whole-intestinal tract, and urging, the liver into activity is
ta take as, much -outdoor exercise as possible, drink
hot water before meals,- and take .a .pleasant, laxative,,
vegetable pill occasionally.- Such" a one is made up
of May-apple, leaves .of aloe, root of jalap; made
into a sugar-coated pill that grves tone to, the-bowels
This was first made i nearly fifty years ago, and sold by;
almost all druggists as Dr. Pierce's Pleasant-Pellets.
Such simple means will prevent 'auto-intoxication.
People-are realizing-that the? kidneys, just
as- do' the-i bowels, need' to. be? flushed- occasion
ally.- The, kidneys are aneliminative organ; and

are .constantly working separating the poisons from the; blood. Uric acid backs up into the -system, causing
rheumatism neuralgia j dropsy and many other serious disturbances.
This can be avoided by; stimulating the kidneys to increased action, -and .becauser of its tonic, effect,
on: these- organs I would advise any-oiie to jpurchaseVAnuric (double or triple strength), which ? is to be had
nowadays i at almost any drug ; store, and: take it. three times a day. Also drink hot water before meals.

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In the-Circuit Court of Marion County,-Florida-
In Chancery.
T. ill; Phillips,; Complainant, vs Reece
D.. Cooper, Defendant Order- for
Constructive Service.
It is- ordered that the. defendant In
saioT cause,-Reece D. Cooper, be and he
is required to appear 1 to the bill of
complaint heretofore filed .In-thia cause
on or, before
Monday. December 3rd. 1917
It is further ordered that a copy ofJ
tnis oraer Ofi puDiisned once a weeK
f or 'eight (8) consecutive-weeks in the
"Ocala Evening Star," a newspaper
published in Marion county, Florida. Florida.-Witness
Witness Florida.-Witness my hand and official seal at
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( By, SAMUEL HAMILTON, M. D. )

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Ocala,- Florida,
1917.
(Seal)
this September 26th,
P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk of Said Court.
By Ruth Ervin, 1). C.
HOCKER AND MARTIN,
Complainant's Solicitors. 9-2S-fn
You- can buy your Dread,., pies,
cakes, buns, etc., cheaper from us
than you can bake them yourself.
Carter's Bakery. tf
, Chesapeake Bay Oysters received
daily .f.t the-Delicatessen Shop,. Ocala
House block. 17-tf

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Major Geo. J. Frank Major A.-H: Herman, CapL
W. K. Hcmdon, Adjutant, and Lieut. -Colonel Frars
Li Travis, of 1 1 7th Ammunition Train, "Rcin&GZJ
Division," enjoying the "Makings."

Here's what a

man who has been
"Over There" says

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FAIRS AND CELEBRATIONS
TLT 1 n m m
auveniDer u-i jscamDias boun bounty
ty bounty Fair, at Molina.
, November 13-17 Suwanee County
Fnir-st.I.ivA Hair

November 21-23 Orange Springs
Fair at Orange Springs.
November 20-23 Alachua- County -Fair,
at Gainesville.
November 27-30 Marion. County
Fair, at Ocala.
December 4-8 Jacksonville Poul Poultry
try Poultry Show.

County School Faay at Tavares.
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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 9. 1917

We Have the Equipment land! Ability
To serve you as you ought to b servied, and whenyou are-not let' as

a-sk yo'j aain, to let us know, for thi is the only way we can accomplish

Of course. 3" runtimes, .little thing go wrong, but they arc not inten inten-t
t inten-t -nal, and. if you. will call U3 up, th:- will" he corrected IMMEDIATELY.

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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every raouern convenience in each room. Dining rosur service is
tecc.i to none.

RATES From $1.50 per day per pe-son to $6.

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If You Hare Any News for thia De De-ptmeirtraB.TwihOne'Five
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The Greater Croat
I see the tears in other women's eyes,
And, wondering, look -in dumb sur surprise.
prise. surprise. I may be wrong, and yet it seems to to-,
, to-, day
I could rejoice to give a son away.

But not for me such pride a3 othersj

know;
I have no son to bid arise and go,
And, since I cannot sense your
mighty loss,
I am convinced I bear the greater
loss.
Margaret Cable Brewster

of the Vigilantes.

SUMMER TOURIST" FAKE!

From Jacksonville to

New York and return. .,$38.00
Baltimore and return, . $33.90
Philadelphia and return. $36.00
Washington and return . $34.00

Savannah and return . $ 7.00
Boston and return. . . $46.00
Atlantic City and return $38.25
Niagra Falls and return. $48.90

Through tickets to all Eastern resorts, with return limit October
31, 1017, with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings
from Jacksonville via Savannah to Baltimore Wednesday, direct Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. To Pviladelphia direct Thursday. 7 X
Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommodations unsurpassed. Res Reservations,
ervations, Reservations, fare or any information cheerfully furnished on appli application.
cation. application.
6ERCIUHR & flERS TMSP0il!l; COMP jSfiY
Jacksonville, Florida
II. C. Avery, Agent. J. F. WARD. T. P. A, L. D. JONES, C A.

Cooke-Camp Engagement
The Ocala. friends of. Miss Antoin Antoinette
ette Antoinette Camp of Franklin, Va who was
the attractive young guest last win winter
ter winter of her cousins, the Messrs. Clar Clarence,
ence, Clarence, Clifton and Jack Camp and
their families; are interested to hear
that she will be married to Mr. Arm-

stead Mason- Cooke Sattfrdaq; Nov.
17th.
The marriage will take place at the,

home of the bride's mother, Mrs.

Robert Judson Camp, at 9 o'clock in
the evening, and will be followed by
a reception
An Interesting Event
The vestry and ladies of Grace
Episcopal church are arranging for a
demonstration and advertising bazaar
and sale about December 10th or 15tlt.
.
O. E. S. Meeting
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., had
a splendidjmeeting Jast night and had
two visitors, Mrs. Rainey of St. Jo Joseph,
seph, Joseph, Mb., and Mrs. Taylor of Little
Rock, Arkansas.
Thra chapter is making, arrange
ments for another initiation night and

for the public memorial.

At the meeUng Jast night the sew

ing circle decided to give a very hand handsome
some handsome embroidered towel to be. sold
for the Red Cross fund. It will be
turned over to Mr. J. J. Gerig today.

Eighteen members of the O. E. S.

attended the-surgical dressing class
Oct. 30 and made 300 bandages. Sev Seventeen,
enteen, Seventeen, members attended the classon
Nov. 6th..

W, C T; U. Convention

On this afternoon's program at the
W.fC. T. U. convention in Lakeland,
Mrgj E. E. Packham of Ocala will"
speak- oaiThei Influence of Pictures."
Many prominent state W. C. T. U.

workers are attending the annual
convention among them Mrs. J. E.

Futch of Gainesville, who visits Mrs.
T. E.iBridges iiv this city.

t The convention closesthis evening
with the White vRibbon Benediction':
'.'The Lord bless thee and keep thee.
The Lord make. His face to shine upon
thee and be gracious unto thee. The
Lord dift up His countenance upon
thee and give thee peace. Amen.".
Mrs Grace Burkhalter has returned
home from -a visit to friends in Crys-
taliRiverr v T.
Mrs Elizabeth Edwards, left Wed Wednesday,
nesday, Wednesday, for 'Williston to visit until
Sunday night.
'
Mr; M Fishel, who ha been quite
sick- forseveral days, was able. to git

up f of, several hours this morning
Mrs.-' C. I Anderson arrived in the
city; last night from 'Lakeland to visit
her parents Major and Mrs. L. T. Iz
lar.
4
A beautiful ; blue, crocheted face
cloth is among, the v many desirable
prizes offered r at the -Red Cross card
party.,
a
Mrs. Frank Bourlay, has arrived

f ronvrLeesburg :for an extended visit

to, her sister, Mrs. G. C. Shephard and
family
....
Mrs. E. J. Crook- returned home

Wednesday night from a week's -visit

to her. sister, Mrs.-A C. Hamrick in

Jacksonville.

Mr.' W S. Edwards has returned to
his 1 home- in Daytona. after a week's

visit to his sister, Mrs.-W A. Horne
and family.!

Any one who wishes to help the Red
Cross? in a little-way may greatly do
so by; donating s a little prize for the

Red Cross card party Saturday.
.
Mr.-and tMrs. Edgar A. Price arfd
little girl of Williston expect to move
sometime next week to Jacksonville,
where they will make their home,
.
If the patriotic young men who are
going; to attend the- dance "Tat the
Woman's Club building Saturday
night-will each take a- package of
cigarettes? to t go- into the soldiers
Christmas packages they will do part
of their "bit."

Miss Irene Campbell of DeLand en

tertained the members of the Shylock

bridge club and several viistors last
weekamid Hallowe'en appointments.
Miss Campbell served her guests de de-lightsful
lightsful de-lightsful eggnogi with fruit cake and
angel food eake,; white grapes and
nuts.

Misses Caroline Harriss and Mar

guerite Edwards and Messrs. A. O

Harriss and Luther Mershon motored

to Gainesville-this afternoon in Mr.

W. W. Harriss' car to attend the

girls' basketball game there this aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon between the O. H. S. and the
Gainesville team.-
m m
"Honey Eraw tb Line
I've beamed when you hollered, "Oh
Girlie!"
I've hopped when you bellowed, "Oh
say!"
Pve fallen for "Dearie" and "Missus"
And everything else till today.
But. there's one thing, that's got to be
different,
From now till the great war is done -Unless
you're prepared for a riot,
You've got to quit calling me "Hun!"
Boston Transcript.
Stafford-Phillips
Mrs. Gertrude Stafford and C. J.
Phillips of Williston, were married
Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. John Fisher, the Rev. W. Moore
Scott officiating. The house was
prettily decorated for the occasion
with plants and chrysanthemums
Only a few intimate friends witness witnessed
ed witnessed the ceremony. The bride wore a
tailored suit of seal brown cloth,
trimmed with taupe and hat of brown,
and her bouquet was of bride-roses.
Immediately after the ceremony Mr.
and Mrs. Phillips left for a short
wedding trip,, after which they will
make their home in Williston.
Savannah Morning News.
The foregoing will be of interest
to .the many, friends of Mr. Phillips,
who lived in Ocala for a number of

years. Mr. and Mrs. rmllips are ex expected
pected expected in Williston today or tomor tomor-iow.
iow. tomor-iow. Entertainment and Supper in North
Ocala Tonight
The Parent-Teaehers Association
will give a supper and entertainment
in the-Union church in North Ocala
tonight. The proceeds ; will go to
wardsfther equipment' of their school.
They will serve hkken pHlau, fried
chicken,-hot-chocolate-and cake at
most reasonable prices possible, and
will begin to serve the supper at

5:30.
A clever free program arranged by
the teachersMisses Collie Clark and
Agnes Crago, will be given in,. the
evening. Air teachers and friends are
cordially invited to -attend this affair
and help make it a success.
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O. H,.S. Girls' Basketball Line-Up
The Ocala high school girls' bas basketball
ketball basketball team left" in cars at noon to
day for Gainesville, where they; will
play the Gainesville high school girls

"this afternoon. They went with the

exception of three in a hired car and
were chaperoned by' Miss Florence
Conibear; the coach, and faculty 4 rep representative.
resentative. representative. The line-up is as follows:"
Agnes Burford,- Callie Gissendaner,
forwards; Louise -Spencer," Kathleen
Leitner,- guards; Myrtle Blalock, Ruth

Simmons, centers; Lucille Gissendan Gissendaner,
er, Gissendaner, Mollie ; Blalock and Loureen Spen

cer, substitutes.

The crowd was also accompanied
by Mr; Landis Blitch, referee, and
Miss Sidney Perry, the local editor of
the Ocaleean-Ensign.

Some of the players will' remain for j
the S. A. E. dance which will begivert

there tonight initheirJ honor. They
will return home on the-early morn morning
ing morning train with Mrs.' Rr A. Burford,
who went up en the afternoon train to
chaperone them at the dance.
-.
Mr, and Mrs.- G T." Bobbitt came
down yesterday- ffdm- Gainesville,
where Mr. Bobbitt is at -present' lo located.
cated. located. Mrs Bobbitt : will spend the
winter here with relatives. St. Petersburg-
Independent
Mrs.- Robert Lyle and children- en
route from Ocala to Palmetto, where
they will make" their home,- arrived
on last night's train and will spend a
few days here as the guests of Mrs.
W. T. Boyd. Cleawater Sun.
( Concluded on Fourth Page)

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OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1S17

mis' OKURR

I

LIr. P.aiford Simmons has returned
frem a business visit to Georgia.
The Boy Scouts will meet this' eve evening
ning evening at the armory at 7 o'clock.
Mr. William Bullock has been trans transferred
ferred transferred from Camp Jackson to Camp
Wheeler.
Mr. Mack Taylor returned last
night from. a brief visit in Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Vick's Salve 25c.' Anti-Monopoly, tf
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Mr. ;T. S. Trantham, a prominent
lawyer of" Ocala, had legal business
here Monday. Sumter County Times.
There is bread and bread, but the
best bread to cat is the famous But Butternut
ternut Butternut bread, made at Carter's Bak Bakery,
ery, Bakery, and on sale at retail grocers, tf
Mr. Henry Beville drove up to
Ocala yesterday to take his son for
medical treatment. Bushnell County
Times.
At the meeting of the Y. M. C. A.
' committee yesterday evening, Mr. W.
T. Gary was elected cashier and Mr.
Will Taylor treasurer of the organi organisation.
sation. organisation. 1 ." : :
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician" and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala.
Florida. tf
Mr. R. W. Green left for Ocala this
morning to do Y. M. G A. work in
that city. Sanford news in Orlando
Reporter Star.
In Judge Smith's office yesterday
afternoon, the judge officiating, Miss
Nancy L. Tucker was married to Mr.
Geo. B.' Smith. They are from Car Cartel.
tel. Cartel. : 1
Edward McCann left yesterday on a
prospecting tour, seeking a location
for a vulcanizing and tire-repairing
plant. He will go to Kissimmee, Or Orlando
lando Orlando and Ocala .before deciding upon
a location. Punta Gorda Herald.
Have your prescriptions filled at the
COURT PHARMACY, where you can
i-e certain that they are compounded
of the best drug3, the utmost care and
jprithout delay- J '; 17-tf
Mr. J, J. Gerig, presiflent of the
cHy council, after reading the article
pertaining to electric plant affairs in
yesterday's Star, informed the Star
that the superintendent of the plant
had instructions to employ suitable
men for the work and pay them all
their services, were worth. He says
that part of the operations is up to
the superintendent. He also says that
an expert from the De La Vergne
works will be here tomorrow and take
charge of the. oil engine at the plant
and stay with it until it is running
perfectly. Mr. Gerig has been in com communication
munication communication with the high officials of
the Southern Express Company about
the part lost from the Skinner steam
engine. He has notified the company
that unless the part is found or the
loss made good, the city will enter
suit. The loss of this piece of ma machinery
chinery machinery has cost the city several
hundred dollars.
N The greatest human care and the
highest human intelligence ought to
go into the filling of every prescrip prescription.
tion. prescription. This describes our service. The
, Court Pharmacy. 17-tf
James Strange, the Star's colored
janitor, has enlisted in the navy, and
will leave for. Atlanta, to undergo ex examination,
amination, examination, Sunday. We can't help
hoping he will be rejected. Jim is a
most reliable and honest man. He has
been with us for years and all tlffe
force has a strong regard for him.
. i
Mrs. Meur, assistant probation of officer
ficer officer of Jacksonville, formerly of De Detroit,
troit, Detroit, has been in the city ,v visiting the
state industrial school She is highly
pleased with the management of this
institution.
Some of our young ladies have ask
ed the Star to advise the boys who
attend the Red Cross dance tomoT:
row evening, to carry along a few
boxes boxes of cigarettes, to be sent
to the soldiers .in the trenches and
training camps.
SPLENDID FARM
AT BLITCHTON
560 Acres Well Improved ;
J. D. Drinson Ocala, Fla.
NOTICE TO THE PUBLIC
Owing to the increased cost of
our material it has become neces necessary
sary necessary to raise the prices on Hair
Cut, Shampoo, Massage and
Beard trimming to 3& cents.
Children's, hair cut, 10 years and
under. 25 cents; razor honing 50
cents; tonics IS and 20 cents. All
shops close at 11 o'clock on Sat-
urday nights. :
ocaSbarbers

LILIUOKALANI LYING LOW

(Associated Pre ;s)
Honolulu, Nov. 9 Queen Lilhtpk Lilhtpk-alani
alani Lilhtpk-alani was reported dying yesterday.
Her physician said she could not live
many hours.
SILVER SPRINGS
See Silver Springs through the
glass-bottomed boat. Scenery not to
be had in any other part of the Unit United
ed United States. Largest flowing and most
beautiful springs in the world, some
thing that can't be described or ex
aggerated; real geisers nnrr water,
the Blue Grotto, Bridal Chamber,
Florida Snow Storm, Ladies' Parlor
and other beautiful spots too numer
ous to mention. Price, $1 and $1.50;
children under 12 years of age half
fare. If dissatisfied, money refunded.
C. (Ed.) Carmichael,
Owner and Manager.. x
FAIRS AND CELEBRATIONS
November 12-17 Escambia Coun County
ty County Fair, at Molino.
November 13-17 Suwanee County
Fair at Live Oak.
November 21-23 Orange Springs
Fair at Orange Springs.
November 20-23 Alachua County
Fair, at Gainesville.
November 27-30 Marion County
Fair, at Ocala.
UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES: Six line maximum, one
time 25c.; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payafole in advance.
DR. D. M. BONEY
fi-$-IS'; "My Optician"
tiSrri EYESIGHT
"'"-i 1 SPECIALIST
I especially offer my services to the
people of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail brdeis.
202-204 Hogan St., Park Hotel Bldg.,
' JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA
FOR RENT Five room house near
the new union station; cheap. Ad Address
dress Address P. O. Box 266. v 9-3t
SAFE FOR SALE A 1200-pound
office safe, never1 used, at a bargain.
Address R. L. Sullivan, Williston,
Fla. ",. 11-9-
LOST OR STOLEN From my pocket
this morning a bank deposit book
with $26 in one dollar bills Finder
will please return to me and receive
reward. John Metne, Ocala. 913t
FOR SALE Small Buick four-pas
senger touring car m good repair;
new tires. Belleview Trading Co.,
Belleview, Fla. : 9-19t
FOR SALE A Chevrolette five-passenger,
six-cylinder automobile in
good order. Apply to Charles Peyser,
Ocala, Fla. 8-6t
FOUND Automobile tail light and
license number. Owner can have
same by calling at the Star office, and
paying for this advertisement. 3t.
FOR SALE Five acres of good land
with two and a half miles of court courthouse;
house; courthouse; buildings, good well, fruit in
seasoli; horse, buggy, harness.. $250
Cash, or terms. Mrs. J. H. Tweedle,
Geenxal Delivery, Ocala. 8-6t
FOR RENT Seven-room two-story
residence; good neighborhood, all
conveniences. Apply H. D. Stokes. 6t
WANTED Old False "Teeth. Don't
matter if broken. I pay $2 to $15
per set. Send by parcel post and re-
pceive check by return mail. L. Mazer,
2007 S. Fifth St.; Philadelphia, Pa. 18t
WANTED Men's second hand shoes.
Youll be surprised at the amount of
real money you can get for them. A.
Slott, one door ea'st of 10. store,
Ocala,. Fla. ,29-18t
FOR SALE A dandy, kittle farm
1 miles north of courthtfusa; 20
acres, all under "fence; nice Louse and
good bearing grape vines. $1,500
cash. Address "W. T.," care Ocala
Star. 23-lm
FOR SALE My new home in Dunn's
Highland Park addition. Fine location,
near both schools; fruit trees, straw strawberries
berries strawberries and garden. JSouse thoioughly
screened; city water, telephone. J. E
Frampton, 1109 E. 5th S,t. Ocala, Fla.
Phone 185-G. 8-lm
HOUSE FOR RENT Located on
Watula. street, north of the Presby
terian church. A first class property.
Apply to Dr. J. W. Hood. 26-tf
FOR SALE Nico lot 70 x 112 in sec
ond ward also nice residence lot at
$200. W. W. Condon. 21-tf
FALSE TEETH We pay as high as
$17.50. per set for old false teeth, no
matter if broken; also gold crowns,
briderework. Mail to Berner's raise
Teeth Specialty, 22 Third St., Trop,
N. Y., and -receive cash by return
mail. 16-lm
FOR RENT House on Oklawaha oc occupied
cupied occupied by .Mrs. Charles Flippen. Apply-
to Mrs. Flippen-or address Mrs.
O. T. Green, 206 S. Boulevard, Tampa,
Fla. Can be had immediately. 8-6t

LA SOgjAL AFFAIRS
'O-itirued .frntp Third Pae,
Red Cross Card Party and Dance
Don't fail to attend the "get-together"
social for the Red Cross
Christmas packet fund which will be
held. Saturday afternoon and evening,
at the Woman's Club building, at 3
and 8 o'clock, respectively. Admis Admission
sion Admission 25 cents.
, Take knitting, go to get acquainted,
play auction or rook, and the highest
scorer at every table gets her choice
of many useful and ornamental
prizes.
Dancing, cards, ice water and a
splendid orchestra at night, all for 25
cents. 1
Engage tables today and tomorrow
from Miss Alice Bullock and members
o her committee.
-
Those wishing to reserve tables for
the Red Cross card party may do so
by phoning Miss Alice Bullock, or any
member of her committee, who are
the following: Misses Adele' Bittin Bittin-ger
ger Bittin-ger and Frances Tarver, Mrs. E. A.
Osborne, Mrs. B. T. Perdue and Mrs.
Harry Walters.
..'-'
Mr. and Mrs. Seabury Stanton and
Mrs. J. K. Austin moved recently
from Brookline, Mass., to New Bed
ford, where they are keeping house.
Mr. Stanton is in the esrvice at a
nearby camp and spends from Satur Saturday
day Saturday afternoon until Sunday afternoon
at home.
Mr. H. C. Sealey of Alachua,, aarriv aarriv-ed
ed aarriv-ed in the city today for a several days
visit to his daughter, Mrs. A. C.
Cobb and family. Mr. Sealey is en
route to Bowling Green, where he will
PHONE 394
FOR YOUR GROCERIES
AND SAVE MONEY
We Give You Prompt Deliv-
. ery and' Save You the
Middleman's Profits.
Pillsbury Flour, 24 lbs. ...... $1.90
Irish Potatoes, per pk. ....60c
Sweet Tota toes, per pk. 30c
Cabbage, per lb 05c
Onions, per lb. 06c
Bananas, per dozen ...... k ... . .35c
Fancy York Apples, per doz 30c
Oranges, per doz....... v. 20c
Prunes, per lb.... 20c
Evaporated Peaches, per lb. . . .20c
Evaporated 'Apples, per lb.. 20c
White Bacon, per lb 35c
Side White Bacon average 25
pounds, per lb .............. .32c
hBest Lard, per lb. .............. 25c
Fancy Head Rice, per lb. ....... 10c
Fresh Water Ground Meal, per lb 05c
Grits, per lb. .. i . . .06c
24 lbs. Best Patent Flour $1.75
Scratch Feed, per lb. 05c
Corn, per pk. ...... ......55c
Oatmeal, per package .12 Vic
Puffed Rice, per package 12c
Corn Flakes, per package ...... .10c
Other Cereals Regular Price.
Maxwell House Coffee, per can... 35c
Corn, per can 15c
Corn, per can 20c
Early June Peas, per can... 20c
Campbell's Pork and Beans, can. .15c
Ivory Soap . . T.06c
Octagon Soap .06c
Ocala Oval Soap ......... ..04c
Washing Powder 06c
Clover Hill Butter. 55c
Oil Sausage, per lb 30c
Van Camp's Ketsup 2 for... 25c
Van Camp's Ketsup, large size. ..25c
Qt. Cans Wesson Oil. .55c
Smaller Cans Wesson Oil .35c
White Karo Synip 15c
King Ko Raisins, can 15c
Three Toilet Rolls ; ... .25c
Bon Ami (Sample) Free
Just Received a Barrell of New Flor Florida
ida Florida Syrup
We Carry a Full Line of Groceries
WATERS GROCERY CO
PHONE 394
Delivered Promptly in Town
CARMICHAEL CORNER
WHEN YOU HAVE PAID YOUR
RENT YOU HAVE
KISSED IT GOODBYE
Why not pay a small amount each
month and see it go into
YOUR OVVJ HOME
I have a number of houses you can
buy that way at
$10 A MOflTH
call and see my list of houses from
$1000.00 up.
1. M. MURRAY
Room R Holder Blk.
Ocala, Fla.
Mclvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
""""PHONES 47, lMrSOS-
OCALA, FLORIDA

spend the winter with his son and

family.
Temple Attractions
One of the best programs in many
a day will be shown at the Temple to today
day today and tonight, for in addition to the
always good Bluebird feature, the
Hearst News will show the "Rainbow
Division" in which are Messrs. John
Chazal, George and Robert MacKay
of this city.
Carmel Myers, the newest and
youngest Bluebird star, known as the
"Bluebird Beauty," stars with Ken Kenneth
neth Kenneth Harlan in "The Lash of Power."
Napoleon is the hero's ideal and he
tries faithfully to live up to it in his
small western home. The lady of his
heart is a banker's daughter and with
her iparents goes to New York city,
where she becomes a favorite butter butterfly.
fly. butterfly. In endeavoring to win Marion,
Rand becomes involved in an interest interesting
ing interesting old chemist and his powerful ex explosive
plosive explosive that is stolen by a foreign spy.
An instructive, interesting and pretty
film program.
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The French class of the Woman's
Club will not be held this afternoon
as the text books have not arrived.
Miss Isabelle Mays will teach this
class in the high school at 3:30 next
Friday afternoon if the books arrive
before then.
Misses Callie Gissendaner, Agnes
Burford and Louise Spencer motored
to Gainesville before noon today with
Mr. Loonis Blitch.
-"
, Send that Red Cross card party
prize to any of those in charge to tonight
night tonight or tomorrow morning. Send a
good one; a chicken, a" T jar of pre preserves,
serves, preserves, a prety handkerchief, a. deck
of cards, or a new novel and help
make the party a success. Do your
bit and do this bit before Saturday
afternoon. H
-
Miss Myra Agnew has returned
from a pleasant visit to friends at
Candler.
'
Mr. and Mrs. George Mainz of
Sturgeon Bay, Wis., arrived yesterday
to spend the winter with their daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Mrs. John A. Manly.
Mr. J. D. Wilkes is home from Palm
Beach for a visit to his family.
Today's Times-Union said Mr. and
Mrs. C. J. Phillips, who were mar married
ried married Tuesday in Savannah, spent a
few days there and left Thursday for
their home in Williston.
WORK AND NEEDS
. F THE RED CROSS
The war council of the American
Red Cross has appropriated $31,212
to buy seventy-fiv tons of food for
American prisoners in Germany. The
lood is to be forwarded to the Red
Cross warehouse at Berne, Switzer Switzerland,
land, Switzerland, pending its need by American
prisoners. At present the number of
American prisoners in German pris prison
on prison camps consists only of about 100
seamen. Twenty-five tons of food
for their relief, enough to sustain
this number of men for. three months,
have been sent to Berne up to this
time,, and this authorized order for
seventy-five tons will insure their sus sustenance
tenance sustenance for an additional nine months
or will suffice for a larger number for
a shorter period.
Soldiers and sailors captured by
the Central Powers are not provided J
by their captors with sufficient food
to keep them in good health, nor with
sufficient clothing, so these necessi necessities
ties necessities must be provided from home, and
in view of this condition, the Amer American
ican American Red Cross, and the United States
government is preparing to feed all
American soldiers and sailors who
may be taken prisoners by Germany
during the war. A complete scheme
for sustaining prisoners is now being
worked out jointly by the war and
navy departments and the American
Red Cross, which will be the agency
through which the American prison
ers will be reached.
Under the proposed plan of feed feeding
ing feeding American prisoners in Germany,
each prisoner is to receive, in the
course of every two weeks, three ten ten-pound
pound ten-pound packages, containing proper
and sufficient rations to keep him in
good health for that length of time.
It is expected that sufficient food to
sustain a considerable number of
men "for several months will have
been accumulated in Berne before the
American troops begin active service
on the fighting front.
; Already the navy department has
shipped 100 outfits of clothing for the
interned seamen in Germany, and the
quartermaster general's department,
85 cases of clothing for soldiers "and
interned civilians. Foodstuffs, so far
provided, have been purchased by the
American Red Cross, but the furnish furnishing
ing furnishing of' necessary rations is to be at attended
tended attended to by the government as soon
as detailed")lans for prisoner relief
work are perfected.
Under existing arrangements with
the German government food and
clothing for American prisoners are
sent in bulk to a neutral country and
there repacked by agents of the Am American
erican American Red Cross in standard contain containers.
ers. containers. In charge of this work at Berne
is Ellis L. Dresel, who, before the
war, was attached to the American
embassy at Berlin. He Is now a
member of the staff of the American
legation at Berne, and hi3 experience
ihas well qualified him for the super superintending
intending superintending of prisoner relief work for
'the American" Red Cross.
L
4 Chesapeake Bay Oysters- received
f oaily rt the Delicatessen Shop, Ocala
House block, 17-tf

y foil iikeV5
s your meat Y ;
I-cooked, doit ym? I
g And you'll prefer j a- I
m toasted tobacco. So trey w-:
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gT. LEO .COLLEGE
SAINT. LEO, PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA
IDEAL B0ARD1RG SCHOOL FOR YOUKG MM
Courses in Classics, Sc-eLce and Ccnnieice. Aho
Primaiy Depaimtiit; Strd for Cstalcgue. v
. Rev. F. Benedict, Director.
OPENS FOR THE FALL TERM, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1317.'

life:
FIRE
A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
.
ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Notice la ereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree entered
by the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju Ju-dicrl
dicrl Ju-dicrl Circuit of FionJa in and for Mar Mar-ton
ton Mar-ton county, in charery,. or date May
8th, 1917, in a certain cause therein
pending in which The Munroe and
Chambliss National Bank of Ocala, a
corporation organized under the lawa
ot the United States, was complainant,
and J. N. Tiller, Jennie Tiller and
others were defendants, I, the under undersigned
signed undersigned special master in chancery, on
the
Third Day of December, 1917
"between the hours' of eleven o'clock a.
m. and two o'clock p. m., at the south
door of the Marion county Court house
In Ocala, Florida, will offer for sale
and sell at public outcry to the hign hign-est
est hign-est and best bidder for cash the follow
ing described lands situate in Marion
county, Florida, to-wit:
The n of se of nwi, and s of
ixe of nw and nw4 of ne'i of nw,
section 24, township 14 S range 21 E.
Also, of nw of ne'i of section IV,
township 14 south, range 21 east. Also,
the e of the s of nw of nel4, sec section
tion section 23. township 14 south, range 21
east. Also, the ne of sw!4 and seVt
of nw4 and w of w of section 13;
sV4 of ne4, sehi and all of the e of
sw lying east of the Ocala and Mc Mcintosh
intosh Mcintosh hard road except 15 2-3 acres
sold to the Florida Lime Company, and
four acres sold to Ron and Hall in sec sec-tiajn
tiajn sec-tiajn 14. Al30, e of ne of section 23;
w of nw4 of section 24; all in town township
ship township 14 south of range 21 east. Also,
one hundred shares of the capital stock
of the Tiller and Harp Company, a cor corporation
poration corporation organized under the Jaws of
Florida, standing in the name of
James N. Tiller, of the par value of
ten thousand dollars. Also, fifty shares
of the capital stock of the American
Life Insurance Corrpany, of the par
value of five thrusand dollars, stand standing
ing standing in the name of the said James N.
Tiller. F. R. HOCKER,
Special Master in Chancery.
HOCKER AND MARTIN,
Complainant's Solicitors. 11-2-fri
SPECIAL MASTER'S SALE
Notice Is hereby given that under and
by virtue of a final decree entered by
the Circuit Cburf of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in and for Marlon
county, in chancery, of date August
20th, 1917, In a certain cause therein
pending in which Elizabeth J. Martin
was complainant and J. W. Melton,
Rose T. Melton, and others were de defendants,
fendants, defendants, I, the undersigned special
master in chancery, on the.
Third Day of December, ,1917
between the hours of eleven o'clock a.
m. arid two o'clock p. m., at the south
door of the Marion county court house
in Ocala, Florida, will offer for sale
and sell at'P'Jblic outcry to the highest
and best bidder for cash, the following
described land situate in Mation coun county,
ty, county, Florida, to-wit:
Lot two 2 of Block "A" of R. J.
Steele's Addition to the town of Cltra.
- F. -R. HOCKER.
p6eia: Masterr la Chancery---
HOCKER ANET MARTIN.
Complainant's Solicitors. 11-2-fri

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Your
Heavier Ioth6s -Meed
Attention!
" We
STEAM CLEAN
and PRESS
On Hoffman Press
No Glossy Finish
.OCALA STF
LAUNDRY
Just Phone 101
" OH Folk's
Best Friend
That's what many call it,
for it puts vim and vigor into,
old stomachs; rich, red blood into
old veins; sound flesh on Id bones.
Drink a glass of this delicious, digca digca-tant
tant digca-tant with each meal
Shivar Ale
PURE DIGESTIVE ISCMATICS WITH
SHiYAft fc'ISEEAL WATER AK3 CIKSES
Your grocer or druggist will refund
your money on first dozen if you are
not pleased with results.
Bottled and guaranteed by the cele celebrated
brated celebrated Shivar Mineral Spring, SheL
ton, S. C. If your regular dealer
cannot supply you telephone
JAKE BROWN,
DISTRitUTOa FOR OCALA.
L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER.
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.
Chesapeake -Bay JOyster sr. received
dally at the Delicatessen' SnlTprOcaia
House block. 17



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