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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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VOL.' 23. NO. 280.
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Repeated Assaults 'of the. Teutons
Fail to Drive the Defenders from
. Line of the Piave River
(Associated Press)
Italian Headquarters in Northern
Italy, Monday, Nov. 19. The enemy
is continuing his attack on the north
and heavy fighting is in progress
south of Querp, where the Teutons
are attacking the Italian positions
at Monte Tensa and Monte Tomba.
Rome, Nov. 20. An official an
nouncement today says the. Teutonic
aders were driven back four times
when they attempted to take Italian
positions on the Monte and Monfern Monfern-era
era Monfern-era spur. A bittle struggle continues.
Washington, Nov. 20-An official
dispatch, from Rorne today says that
Gabriele D'Annunzio, the poet ayiatoi
reported missing, is at the front,' dis displaying
playing displaying great activity.
Copenhagen, Nov. ., 20. Reports
from several sources in Germany
bear out the assumption that the
uermans are taicing advantage oi-tne
situation 'in Russia to transfer many
troops from the Russian front. Only
a part of these appear to be going to
the Italian front, it is stated.
Petrograd, Monday, Nov. 19. Two
army corps local to the committee
for the salvation of the revolution
stationed at Luga, report that Pre Premier
mier Premier Kerensky is with ;them. There
is no confirmation ,of this' Teport.
This committee is opposed to the
Bqlsheviki regime at Petrograd.
London, Nov. 20 Chancellor Bonar
Tw said in the house of commons to
day, in answer to a questionthat the
British government had information
quite officially that President Wilson
sent -a cablegram asking Col. House
and Gen. Bliss to attend the fifst
4.: f Tnfn. A 11iw4 Won
Council.;; .'". ,:;-:"; y.,'- ,'
Helsingfor, Nov. 20. -The general
strike which lias been in progress in
Finland for several days, will be end ended
ed ended tomorrow. A socialist government
composed of twelve persons has been
formed in an effort to overcome the
food shortage. The, Red Guard will
remain under arms until all demands
have been worked out.
T A t&MT Oft Covinnci T-irf?ncp
fftftV rltipo in T?frlin last Sundav ac
cording to dispatches received' from
Amsterdam. It isNsaid fierce fight fighting
ing fighting occurred there, between a mob
and tne ponce, in wnicn ine pouce
used fire ajfms.' A heavy casualty
list was the result.
Berlin, Nov. 20. Strong Italian
counter attacks against positions
captured on the northern slope of
Monte Toma were unsuccessful, the
war" office announces. Heavy fighting
continues in this sector.
Irvine, Nov. 19. Mr. Geo. Blitch
is", spending several days this week
with relatives at Blitchton.
"Mrs. Charles Binnicker of Fernan Fernan-dina
dina Fernan-dina is spending a while with her sis sister,
ter, sister, Mrs. L. K. Edwards.
Mr. S. B. Brooks of Fellowship was
a caller Thursday.
Mr. and Mrs. Dixon Irvine and Mr.
Kingcade Irvine of Orange Lake were
visitors Thursday..
Mr. Charles Binnicker arrived Fri Friday
day Friday from Fernandina and will be the
guest of Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards
for several weeks. x
' Mr. Claude Harrison of Fleming Fleming-ton
ton Fleming-ton was here Saturday morning at attending
tending attending to business.
Mr. and Mrs. L. K. Edwards and
Mr. and Mrs. Charles Binnicker of
Fernandina and Miss Jiuby Edwards
visited Ocala Saturday. :
Mr. Josh. Dautzler of Flemington
was a Saturday visitor.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis and 'Miss
Mamie Fant motored to Fellowship
and Ocala Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Mathews, Mr.
and Mrs. -E. R. Mills, and Mr. J. C.
Mathews of Flemington were guests
rvf M nnH Mrs. L. K. Ji,dwards sun-
Sir. and Mrs. W. J. Edwards and
children of Ocala were here Sunday.
Have your prescriptions filled v at
Gerig's by registered pharmacists, tf


Spanish Government Instructs
Soldiers to Prevent Their
: 'Flying Over Its Soil
(Associated Press)
London, Nov. 20. A Madrid dis dispatch
patch dispatch says the Spanish government
has issued a special warning from
Spain in regard to any flight of
American airplanes over her terri territory
tory territory as a violation of neutrality, and
will instruct the miKtary to fire upon
such airplanes.
Outlook for the Biggest and Best
' "Attended of Our County Ex.
positions is Encouraging
President Carn and Secretary
Tweedy of the Marion Fair Associa Association
tion Association have been quietly but steadily
and efficiently working for months on
the preparations for our coming fair,
and they are now confident thaj; we
are going to have the best county ex exposition
position exposition yet held in Ocala.
' The exhibits and the attendance are
the main things to consider. The'ex, The'ex,-hibits
hibits The'ex,-hibits are going to be full and good.
The farmers and stockraisers have 4
already notified the secretary of their
intention to be on hand with the firstl
fruits of their fields and the failings
of their flocks," and everything to
prove that Marion, like Palestine of
old, is a country filled from Dan to
Beersheba, or rather from Evinston
to Weirsdale, with the fat of the land
and the abundance thereof, or as the
revised version would say, a plenty
and then some.
As for the attendance there, is every
reason to believe it will be good
probably a record breaker. Many of
the farmers have personally told the
secretary they have stayed, at" home
and worked hard for many months months-they
they months-they have onade money and can afford
a rest, so they are coming to thef air
to see each other and see what has
been done in the last twelve months.
The fair opens a week froni today.
Mr. D. U. Fletcher, our senior senator,
Congressman Frank Clark, our repre representative,
sentative, representative, ; Commissioner : of Agricul Agriculture
ture Agriculture W. -A. McRae, and probably some
other distinguished men, will be here
and it is to be hoped that thousands
will be present to meet them. Sen Senator
ator Senator Fletcher and Congressman Clark
have high places in the government,
and it is to the interest of all to see i
and hear them speak, on the gf eat
task that our nation has undertaken.
Work has been going, on at the
grounds and they will be spick and
span for the opening. y There has been
some re-arrangement. v The reception
committee will "have its headquarters
in the well-known restroonj. In one
corner, of this restroom will be an in in-formatioriDureau
formatioriDureau in-formatioriDureau presided over by
Mr. Johnson of the Metropolitan In Insurance
surance Insurance Company. This bureau will
have a telephone,-and next to it will
rbe a cloakroom, where wraps, satch
els, parcels, '.etc., can be left in safety.
, The secretary informs the Star
that it is a certainty that the agricul agricul-turar
turar agricul-turar building and the pens for stock,
the two principal features of the fair,
will be well filled. Ocala business
men are taking mbre interest in the
fair than for several years, and
most of .the space in the mechanical
and industrial department is taken.
A feature of the. greatest interest
to the farmers and stockmen will be
the "Hipping vat, which under the di direction
rection direction of Dr. Chipman ; has been
built in the northwest corner of, the
grounds. r c- ; ;
Another new feature is a park for
autoes to the north of the grand grandstand.
stand. grandstand. This is an enclosure of about
an acre alongside the racetrack,
where people who prefer to view the
races from their cars canr line their
autoes with the radiators against .the
fence and have the best .sort of a view
without quitting the cushions.
You vcan't have a fair without good
amusement features, and these are to
be furnished by the same good car car-niyal
niyal car-niyal that was here last year and
gave the people plenty of fun f oi
their money.
The people will be well cared for
te. the eating line, as the home eco economics
nomics economics committee of the Woman's
Club has secured the privilege of fur furnishing
nishing furnishing lunches and square meals.
The ladies will have their cooking
apparatus and tables in the usual cor corner
ner corner of the agricultural building, and
will also have a luncn counter against
the wall of the industriakbuilding op opposite.
posite. opposite. On the opening day of the
fair they are going to have an all
Marion county dinner, including tur turkey,
key, turkey, and every day after they ; are
going to serve specially good dinners,


Our Navy Loses a Good Boat
' 'Probably Over a Score of
. Brave Sailors
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 20, The sinking
of the American destroyer Chauncey
in a collision in the war zone early
yesterday with the probable loss of
twenty-one lives, was announced to today
day today by the navy department. No fur further
ther further details wre contained in the re report
port report of Admiral Sims. The Chauncey
was an old type of boat of only 420
substantial suppers
lunches, at all times.
and dainty
A Live Worker
- .::'.-',; -.
The president and secretary will
have, the very efficient help during
fair week of Mr. John Talton of An Anthony.
thony. Anthony. Mr. Taltoh knows all about
fairs, end knows .everybody, and. ev everybody
erybody everybody knows him, and he will be
one grand little helper. :
Important Meeting This Evening
Those who are to act as secretaries
in the various departments of Ithe f&h
will meet at the offices of the secre secretary
tary secretary at 7:30 this evening to go over
the entry system and to plan -for the
elimination of as much of the confus confusion
ion confusion and extra work as possible.
The making and taking of entries
at the fair are' two of the ordeals that
try the patience of the ones entering
and the secretaries who are taking the
entries. For this reason our secre secretaries
taries secretaries this year are desirous of being
as efficient! as possible that they may
thus relieve' 'the public of much of
the delay and unpleasantness so often
experienced on this occasion.
Let every exhibitor come with their
exhibits determined to be patient,
keep sweet and smile, and we will
promise that the secretaries will meet
you more than half way, as will also
the superintendents and managers of
the; different. departments,
V A' Timely Hint
Those who contemplate going to the
fair a"t Gainesville this week can do
their own fair a great deal of good if
they will step in at one of the four
banks and get an automobile banner
for their car, and use same on the
trip. -:.
Order in Which They Will be Called
Designated in the Fol-
r lowing Rules
' The five classes Into which 9,000,000
men registered last June under the se selective
lective selective draft act for military duty
and those- who are registered hereaf hereafterare
terare hereafterare all divided and the order in
which 'they will be called for service,
have been officially announced in
Washington In Provost Marshal Gen General
eral General E. H. Crowder's questionnaire,
which every registered man must fill
out and file! ;
The order shows some change from
the tentative draft published some
time ago.
Contrary to published reports, it
does not -exempt married men as a
class, but does place married; men
with dependent wives and children far
down on the list of eligibles. In fact,
the questionnaire Indicated that only
men of the first class will be called to
the colors, except in the gravest emer emergency.
gency. emergency.
The five official classifications of
registrants follow:
Class One ,-
Single men without dependent rela relatives.
tives. relatives.
- Married men, with or without chii' chii'-dren
dren chii'-dren or father of motherless children,
who has habitually failed to support
his family.
Married man dependent on wife for
-Married man dependent on wife,
children, or father of motherless chil children;
dren; children; man not usefully engaged, fam family
ily family supported by income independent
of his labor;
' Unskilled farm laborer.
Unskilled industrial laborer.
Registrants by or in 'respect of
whom no deferred classification is
claimed or made.1
Registrants who fall to submit ques ques-tlonnairo
tlonnairo ques-tlonnairo and in respect of whom no
deferred classification is claimed or
All registrants not Included In any!
other division in this schedule.
Second Class
Married man with children, or fath

Important Meeting of the WTorkers
, Being Held in Atlanta
(Associated Press)
Atlanta, Nov. 20. An interesting
program has been arranged for Hen Henry
ry Henry P. Davison, chairman of the ex executive
ecutive executive committee of the American
Red Cross war council, who arrived
here today for a conference with the
Red Cross workers in the southeast.
Over five hundred from throughout
the territory will participate in the
President Carn and Secretary
Tweedy of the -fair association have
1 had the corner of the fence at the
southwest corner of the fair grounds
set infix considerable distance. .This
is a great safeguard against auto
accidents at this hitherto dangerous
Mr. D. W. Tompkins and several of
his men returned yesterday from
Palatka, where they went to bring in
a car of Chevrolet autoes. This lit little
tle little car is selling like the proverbial
"hot cakes."
Mr. T. L. Thompson, who recently
came over from Orlando, now has
charge of the sales department of
Mr. Tompkins' garage for the Crev Crev-rolet
rolet Crev-rolet car. He has longvbeen in the
auto game and is making good with
his new territory.
er of motherless children, where such
wife or children or. such motherless
children are not mainly dependent
upon his labor for support for the rea reason
son reason that there are other reasonably
certain sources of, adequate support
(excluding earnings or possible earn earnings
ings earnings from the labor cf his wife), avail available,
able, available, and that the removal of the reg registrant
istrant registrant will not deprive such depend dependents
ents dependents of support. x
Married man, without hildrea;
whose wife", although the registrant is
engaged in a useful occupation, Is not
mainly dependent upon hi3 labor for
support, for the reason thatthe wife
is skilled in some special class of work
which 'she is physically ableto per J
form, and in whicn she Is employed,
or in -which there is an immediate
opening for her under conditions that
will enable her to support herself de decently
cently decently and without suffering any hard hardship.
ship. hardship. Necessary skilled farm laborer in
necessary agricultural enterprise.
Necessary skilled industrial laborer
in necessary industrial enterprise.
Third Class
Man with, dependent children (not
his own), but toward who he stands
in relation of parent.
Man with dependent aged or Infirm
Man with dependent helpless broth brothers
ers brothers or sisters.
County or municipal officer.
Highly trained fireman or police policeman,
man, policeman, at least three years in service of
Necessary custom house clerk.
Necessary employe of United States
in transmission of the mails.
Necessary artificer or workman in
United States army or arsenal.
Necessary employe in service of
United States.
Necessary assistant, associate or
hired manager 'of necessary agricultu agricultural
ral agricultural enterprise.
Necessary highly specialized techni technical
cal technical or mechanical expert of necessary
industrial enterprise. 1
' NfrARRnrir occfuto-nt nr goannlofa
manager of necessary industrial en enterprise.
terprise. enterprise. y
Fourth Class
.. Man whose wife or children are
mainly dependent on his labor for sup
Mariner actually employed in sea
service or citizen or merchant of the
United States.
Necessary sole managing, controll controlling
ing controlling or directing head of necessary ag agricultural
ricultural agricultural enterprise.
. Necessary sole managing, controll controlling
ing controlling or directing head of necessary In Industrial
dustrial Industrial enterprise.
Fifth Class
Officers, legislative or judicial, of
the United States or of state, territory
or District of Columbia,
Regular or duly ordained minister
of religion.
Student who on May 18, 1917, was




Five Men Left in a Crew of Twelve
in One of the Rochester's
(Associated Press)
- London, Nov. 20. A missing boat
from the American steamer Roches Rochester,
ter, Rochester, which was torpedoed and sunk
by a German submarine, Nov. 2nd, has
just landed at an Irish port with five
men, survivors from the original
boat's crew of twelve, the admiralty
Y. M. C. A. WORK
Marion County Raised Its Quota and
Something Over
The Y. M. C. A. war work cam campaign
paign campaign has been under way for the
past ten days. With 'only six weeks
notice and almost innumerable de details
tails details to work out, campaign directors
to find and assign to territory and
with a volume of campaign literature,
to say nothing of an effective adver advertising
tising advertising plan, the Y. M. C. A. of Amer America
ica America threw itself into this great task
of raising $35,000,000 ;to be used in
the army camps at home and abroad
with an enthusiasm which guaran guaranteed
teed guaranteed success. The worthiness of the
cause appealed to" the American peo people
ple people and they rallied to the call of the
association. Florida wa3 asked to
raise $100,000. Jacksonville volun volunteered
teered volunteered to raise $35,000 and Tampa
$20,000, leaving $45,000 for the re remainder
mainder remainder of the state. Marion coun county's
ty's county's committee fixed $2000 as a min minimum.
imum. minimum. At 10 o'clock yesterday the
reports in Jacksonville showed that
the state had reported $75,248; Mar Marion
ion Marion county $1533. Marion's figures
advanced to $2001 today at 2 o'clock.
5hone messages, which are not offi official
cial official reports, from Mcintosh, Dunnel Dunnel-lon
lon Dunnel-lon and Belleview, indicate that these
towns have cash and pledges to the
amount of $596, leaving Summerfield
and Weirsdale to be heard from.
The work has been an exceptionally
worthy one and Mr. Stephens says a
very pleasant one. He says he was
fortunate In being the chairman of a
very fine committee of congenial peo people
ple people and all good workers. The work
of the smaller towns in the county
has beerf good. The response was
ready and the donations liberal. The
colored ministers of Ocala gave val valuable
uable valuable assistance in soliciting among
their people. Their labor was not in
vain. A large number responded to
the appeal and gave willingly. This
campaign closed last night. There
seems to be no doubt about the full
amound being raised. As soon as all
the reports are in we will know.
preparing for ministry m recognized
Persons In military or.naval service
of the United States.
Alien enemy.
, Resident alien (not anenemy), who
claims exemption.
Persons totally and permanently
physically or mentally unfit for mili military
tary military service.
Person morally unfit to be a soldier
of the United States.
Licensed pilot actually employed in
the pursuit of his vocation.
Member of well recognized religious
sect or organization, organized and
existing on May 18, 1917, whose then
existing creed or principles forbid its
members to participate in war in any
form and whose religious convictions
are against war or participation there therein.
in. therein.
, Seven Days Allowed r
Seven days are allowed each regis registrant
trant registrant after receipt of the question questionnaire,
naire, questionnaire, to 'fill out and return it to his
local selection board. Failure to do so
within the time specified is a misde misdemeanor
meanor misdemeanor punishable by fine or impris imprisonment
onment imprisonment for -one year, and may result
in the loss of valuable rights and In
immediate induction into military ser service.
vice. service.
Fresh milk, Hewett Dairy, al the
Delicatessen Shop, 15c quart. 12-tf
There is bread and bread, but the
best bread to eat is the famous But Butternut
ternut Butternut bread, made at Carter's Bak Bakery,
ery, Bakery, and on sale at retail grocers, tf
We are agents for Xodaks and the
Eastman N. C films. Ceng's. 23-tf
. ;
Yon can buy your Dread, pies,
cakes, buns, etc, cheaper from us
than you can bake them yourself.
Carter's Bakery. tf


Are to be Organized to Promote the
National Habit of
(Associated Press)
Washington, Nov. 20. Th4 organi organization
zation organization of thousands of savings socie-'
ties to encourage systematic thrift in
the purchase of government savings
stamps is planned by Secretary Mc Mc-Adoo
Adoo Mc-Adoo as one of the principal features
of the savings campaign opened to
day. Ten or more persons, it is an announced,
nounced, announced, may form a society.
Fire of unknown origin last night -destroyed
a large quantity of powder
at the naval powder factory at Indian
Head, Maryland. One unidentified man
is known to have been killed. An
investigation is being made.
, v
Basic prices for bi-products of coke
were fixed by the fuel administration
today. The run of the ovens grade
was fixed at $6; selected foundry, $7,
and crushed over one inch in size,
$6.50. Prices on beehive coke have
already been announced.
, (Associated Press)
Mineola, Nov. 20.- Only four jur jurors
ors jurors had been chosen in the trial of
Mrs. Bianca De Saulles for the mur murder,
der, murder, of her husband when the cas'e was
resumed today.
' v (Associated Press)
" BuenoS Aires. Nov. 20. The strike
of railway men on western state rail
ways has been settled. 1
:By an. order issued Monday, Brax-V
ton Beacham, food administrator for
Florida, representing the federal food
administrator, forbids what is known
as "combination sales" of foodstuffs
by dealers, to the public, "One excep
tion is made, allowing combination
sales on sugar and cornmeal so as to
encourage the greater use of corn
rneal as a measure toward conserving
wheat products, especially wheat
The food administrator make's the
point that these "combination sales"
frequently cause housewives to buy
extra quantities of foodstuffs, thereby
defeating, in a measure, the conser conservation
vation conservation of food. He asks that any -violation
'of this ruling be reported to
him. ;
The administrator's order follows:
"Dealers in food commoditions in
Florida are forbidden to make combi combination
nation combination sales on and after this date
except as stated below. -Sales of one
or more food commodities upon condi condition
tion condition that the purchaser shall buy one
or more other food commodities from
the seller is regarded as a combina combination
tion combination sale within this ruling. Combi Combination
nation Combination sales frequently result in the
sale of more foodstuffs than a par
ticular purchaser would ordinarily
buy and are therefore determined to
be a wasteful practice within the
meaning '"of section four of the food
administration act of August 10.
Pending further, notice the exception
to this ruling will be made to conserve
wheat and a dealer may sell sugar in
combination with cornmeal at the rate
of onepound of sugar with two of
cornmeal. No other combination will
be permitted, nor will any other ratio
than thai stated be allowed. A dealer
shall not sell either sugar or corn cornmeal
meal cornmeal at a price yielding him greater
profit than 'he has normally enjoyed
upon the particular commodity. A
dealer is not required to make combi combination
nation combination sales of sugar and cornmeal
btu may do so at his discretion.
"No evasion pt this rule will be
permitted and violation of the ruling
will result in stern measures by the
food administration. Known viola violations
tions violations of the ruling shall le reported
direct to the food administrator at
Orlando, Fla. "Braxton Beacham,
"Food Administrator for Florida."
See Silver Springs through the
glass-bottomed boat. Scenery not to
be had in any other part ofthe Unit-:
ed States. Largest flowing anS most
beautiful springs in the world, some something
thing something that can't be described or ex exaggerated;
aggerated; exaggerated; real geiscrs und?r water,
the Blue Grotto, Bridal Chamber,
Florida Snow Storm, Ladies' Parlor
and other beautiful spots too numer numerous
ous numerous 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.



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B. ft. Carroll, Prealdeat
P. V. Venreagood, Secretary-Treasurer
J: II. Benjamla, Editor

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Electros must be mounted, or charge
will be made for mounting.
LaFollette also says he's loyal.
JThe average socialist is a profes professional
sional professional bad sport. :.,
The British have taken Jaffa, which
was the Jonpa of scripture days.
11 t 1
The educational association of
Florida will meet in Daytona Dec. 26
to 28th. .
Probably the next change on the
map will be caused by Sweden grab
bing Finland.
The 3-cent postage stamps are such
good-lookers, we are almost recon
ciled to the increased cost.
"H is about the worst letter: in the
English alphabet. It stands for
hate, havoc, horror, hunger, Huns
and hell. .
The Scotch covenanters of the sev seventeenth
enteenth seventeenth century acted about relig
ion like the Russians now act about
To the inquiring friends who want
to know what the Bolsheviki is, we
would answer that it is the eastern
branch of the I. W. W.
" In order to conserve sugar; coca
cola will shortly be served 'in ab
breviated glasses. Dealers will only
receive half their usttal supply of
syrup. .-
The secret of Billy Sunday's power
is his positiveness. Right or "wrong,
.a positive man can always impress
people particularly" in these times
when so much seems undecided.
After many years, the democratic
party arrived at the decision that
William J. Bryan was a darned in incubus.
cubus. incubus. Now, if it could come to a
similar conclusion about Champ
Clark 'and Claude" Kitchiri!
The Tampa Tribune asks, "What
does Tampa want with; a cemetery
anyhow?" And then in the very next
paragraph it says': "Tampa is a bad
place for the I. W. W's., if they only
knew it."
And if Thanksgiving falls on a
meatless or wheatless day, oysters
are fine when fried in "cornmeal.
Dallas News.
This is a good recipe in Florid a as
well as Texas.
If the British in Palestine capture
the Dead Sea, we advise them to hold
on to it. The deepest part of it will
be the most appropriate place to in intern
tern intern -the kaiser, and he should have
a millstone strapped to his neck. .
From all we have read of the De
Saulles case, it looks to us like a
spirited South American woman was
victimized by a North American
brute. An old-fashioned 5 southern
jury would have acquitted Mrs. De
Saulles without leaving its seats.
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Every time we read the Times Times-Union
Union Times-Union these days, we are overwhelm overwhelmed
ed overwhelmed with regret that the Times-Union's
military expert can't attend the Al Allies'
lies' Allies' war council in Paris. The Al Allies
lies Allies would soon end the war if they
could put "him in command of an
army the German "army.
A friend of Mr. John D. Robertson
suggests that if he wants to prove
his patriotism, he accept Mayor
Chace's challenge to "debate, and ap appoint
point appoint the debate to be held at the
grand- stand at the fair grounds, 10
cents a head to be charged for ad-

mission and the proceeds to be given
to the Red Cross. About half the
people in the county would be pres present,
ent, present, and a pretty good sum could be
realized; Mr. Robertson really should

do something handsome, for the Red
Cross. So far his patriotic activity
has touched it, or let it touch him,
quite lightly.
The Star is glad to be able to say
the work it did for Company A's truck
fund has not been labor lost. Nearly
all who contributed to the fund
changed their contributions to fht
Red Cross, the Y M. C. A. or the
tobacco fund. We have reason to be believe
lieve believe that the. few who have asked to
have their money returned had al already
ready already contributed, or will, because it
is the unfailing rule that people who
are generous to one cause are gen generous
erous generous to all.
The funds .entrusted to the Star
have been distributed as follows:
Y. M. C. A. -Mrs. Tydirfgs, Carl
Wenzel, W. D. Cam, C. H. Schlem Schlem-mer,
mer, Schlem-mer, P. P.- Costello, J. G. Parrish, R.
E. Yonge, R. L. Martin, A. A. Van Van-denbrock,
denbrock, Van-denbrock, Blalock Bros., Carter's
Bakery, M. R. Hunnicutt, Mrs. W. J.
Edwards,- J. N. Tiller, Miss Helen
Hardee, Miss Winnie Hunt, H. "B.
Whittington, Walter Priest $19.
Red Cross Mrs. C. -R. Tydings,
Carl Wenzel, A. A. Vandenbrock,
Miss Anna McDowell $7.50V
Tobacco fund Miss Marian Dew Dewey,
ey, Dewey, Carl Wenzel, A. A. Vandenbrock,
J. R. Jordan, D. W. Tompkins, C. A.
Fort, W. H. Hetrick, W. : B. Galla Gallagher,
gher, Gallagher, Mrs. J. Dean $8.50-
We yet have on hand a few dol dollars,
lars, dollars, and are awaiting the wishes of
the donors as to, their disposition.
One of our citizens who knows u
good deal about soldiers, having serv served
ed served in the regular army, says our lead leading
ing leading men should inaugurate and keep
up a "big brother" movement toward
our Marion county boys in the army
and navy. That is, every man should
pick out at least one soldier and keep
him supplied -with literature, beside
writing him one or two letters each
week. The letters should be filled
with home news and good wishes
rather than gdvice, and the literature
light and amusing. Soldiers receive
all the advice they need from their
officers, and when they have a little
time to read they prefer things, that
will amuse them. The leading maga magazines
zines magazines and humorous publications, such
as Life, Puck and Judge, even the
funny papers are welcome to a sol soldier.
dier. soldier. The gentleman aforesaid prac practices'
tices' practices' what he preaches, writing one
or two letters a week to three of our
young soldiers. The Star thinks his
advice is good, and hopes it will be
largely? followed. It would beg to add,
to it that the men who want to be
"big brothers" look out for the less
popular boys 'in the ranks, those who
have the fewest relations and friends
at home, because it is probable that
they sometimes feel the 1 most lone lonesome
some lonesome and-home sick of any when the
mailbag- is emptied without their
names being called.
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A large number of Tampans will
go to Lakeland this morning to ex exchange
change exchange felicitations with Governor
Catts who passes through that city
at 6 o'clock on his way to. Moore
Haren.'VThat shows how popular the
governor is in this part" of the moral
vineyard. There must be some af affinity
finity affinity when a' man rises at 3 a. m.
and rides thirty miles for the pur-y
pose of only a few minutes' chat with
a state official. Tampa Tribune.
According ; to one of the Lakeland
papers, the large number .was' less
than a dozen, -and went to see Catts
in order to ask him to let the home
guards in South Florida have the
guns now lying useless in the state
armory. We know by their names
that the governor isn't any more pop
ular with Some of them than he is
with, the Star. Sorry to see friend
McWhorter demean his editorial page
with such bunk.
Ocala people will be interested to
hear that Lieutenant Commander
Louie W. Strum of Jacksonville, re recently
cently recently recalled to the naval service,
has been assigned to shore duty at
Tutuila, Island of Samoa. "He will be
port captain at PagotPago, Samoa,
for a period probably of two years.
Lieut. : Strum has been on shore duty
at Jacksonville and Charleston re recently.
cently. recently. He has been relieved of duty
in the ..Sixth "naval district and will
visit in Jacksonville and St. Peters
burg a few days and then sail from
San Francisco Dec. 11th and arrive
at his destination about Jan. 12,
where mail steamers touch about
every Jthree weeks. Lieut. Strum will
be accompanied by Mrs. Strum, who
is well known here as Miss Ophelia
Gray. ; '- . '-
: If Mr. Wilson will make us post
master general, we will put on each
denomination of postage stamps the
picture of some pretty Ocala girl in
stead of that of the father of his
country or some other homely pat patriot.
riot. patriot. It would be a collection to glad
den the eyes of all and the heart of
a philatelist.
v A special dispatch from Paris Sun
day said: "Trains are rushing daily
southward through France carrying
thousands of British and French
troops to the threatened Italian front.
Long lines of freight cars loaded
with the 'famous 75's and quantities
of ammunition are thundering night nightly
ly nightly through southern France by way
of Paris, Lyons and Mediterranean I

railroad, through Nice and Monaco t&
Genoa and Milan and thence" again
eastward to Verona and Vicenza. This
is done without breaking bulk and
is accomplished in less than forty forty-eight
eight forty-eight hours, a splendid testimony to
the efficiency of the French railroad

The Alachua County Fair at
Gainesville opened today. There is
a splendid line of exhibits, and the
outlook for a big attendance is au auspicious.
spicious. auspicious. We would advise as many
of our people as can go to do so.:
Advertising is almost sure to be
done at some time or other with the
average business concern. Some do
it continuously, others spasmodical spasmodically,
ly, spasmodically, and some let the sheriff have
charge of this feature of their busi business
ness business after he takes it in hand. How However,
ever, However, advertise.
If Mr. John D. Robertson is the
"plain, outspoken, open and above above-board
board above-board man" that he has always claim claimed
ed claimed to be, and as he possibly thinks he
is, he will accept Mayor Chace's
challenge to debate. Let him come
out of the fog of insinuation, inuendo
and half -made accusations he sur surrounds
rounds surrounds himself with and announce
and maintain his position on the plat platform.
form. platform. Our people want a man who
comes out in the open and tells what
he is talking about and why he says
Gov. Catts has graciously consent consented
ed consented that the rifles loaned the state by
the government be handed oer to
some of the men who can use them.
Of the 500 rifles, 375 are to be given
to the Tampa companies 'and 125 to
the Lakeland company. Il Catts
hadn't very soon turned the guns over
to the guards, he would have v been
obliged to return them to the war de department,
partment, department, which justly thinks this is
no time for guns to lie idle.
It is reported that our government
will give German officers and soldiers
who are kept prisoners vin this country
the same pay they would receive if
they were serving in the American
army. We- suppose the report is un
founded, but if it is true Congress
should stop it. It would be an out outrage
rage outrage on our taxpayers to pay German
enemies all the way from $30 to $250
a month when we are so hard pressed
to provide for and pay, our own men.
Lieutenant William Anderson, son
of the late Dr. William Anderson and
Mrs.- Anderson, formerly of this city,
has been detached from the U. S. S.
Ndrth Carolina and promoted and or ordered
dered ordered for duty as senior naval .officer
of an drmed army cargo transport.
Lieut.-, Anderson -has command of a
fine, new, big ship.
" The. Tampa Tribune made a pretty
good hit when it said: "The Hun has
sowed more discord among the na nations
tions nations of the earth during the past
few years than all the harmonies of
German composers could atone for in
an eternity."
If it's worth selling its worth tell telling
ing telling about. Advertise.
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The Italians are reported to bt
The poisons in 'man
disposal plants which separate
of kidney disease, as well as
Buffalo, New York, fur large

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U. & N. Ensigns George H. Pater son, Robert O'D. Hinckley and I. Glenn Wilson
enjoying the "Makings" somewhere on the Atlantic coast
"Mainy thanks for kind offer to contribute Christmas boxes to
troops of this command. Men now well supplied with necessaries,
but think pipes, BULL DURHAM tobacco, cigarette papers, k.

cigarettes, match, boxes, pocket knives, small cans of jam, stick
candies, writing materials, novels and handkerchiefs would be

General Pershing sent

Mexican border a year ago. He needs the same things
for his boys in France today. "BULL" DURHAM was the
only branded article asked for by name. r-

GENUINE ;'-'w!
TOBACCO PiP eJSmoker yf
V 5rajan6a little f.
S, Guaran,ced Ssg

W .1 J IT TT TC m "l-
thinking of giving up Venice to the
Teutons in hope of saving its art
treasures -.from bombardment. It
would be more honorable for them to
make Venice -a smoking ruin and
probably also better for the art
treasures, judging by the way the
Germans treated northern France.
France is gratified at the selection
of Dr. Clemenceau as premier. Paris
newspapers represent Dr. Clemen Clemenceau
ceau Clemenceau as a man who will carry on the
war with th utmost vigor and ex
(By De. I. H,
are taken care of, if man will
and throw off the poisonous
rheumatism and gout.
package, or for trial size,

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the above telegram from the

II-.-. m ii.. -Ji T& Jf. J'i.
press appreciation of President Poiri Poiri-care's
care's Poiri-care's selection for the high office
one who so often had bitterly crit criticized
icized criticized him.
The old-time West is being warmed
into life again. Lately out there sev several
eral several of the fond lovers of the enemy
have been forced to kneel in the dust
jand kiss the American flag. Tampa
Tribune. -
We don't admire the, taste of a
patriot who allows, let alone forces,
the lips of an enemy to touch the
American flag.
do his part.
The liver and
accumulations, if given half

should not eat meat more than once a day. Eat vege vegetables,
tables, vegetables, and what may be called tT roughage" to stimulate
bowel action, such as baked potato with the hard skin, -Graham,
rye or whole wheat bread, onions, turnips, carrots,
even the much slandered cabbage and sauer-kraut. Stimi?
late the liver into a thorough housecleaning at least
once a week, by taking a purely vegetable laxative, made

iup and .extracted from May

of jalap, into a Pleasant Pellet, first made by Dr., Pierce
nearly fifty years ago and sold by nearly every druggist
in the country. f

To keep the kidneys clean, drink plenty of .water
between meals ; also, if you wish to 'f escape half the
ills which cause early deaths from Icidney disease, affec affections
tions affections of the heart, rheumatism and gout, drink .a pint of
hot water a half hour before meals. This with regular
outdoor exercise, sensible food, and occasionally Anuric
( double or triple strength after meals for a few weeks
at a time, and there is no reason why a man or woman
should not live to be a hundred. This Anuric stimulates
the kidneys, causing them- to throw out the poisonous
uric acid which causes us to have pains in the' back,'

lumbago, rheumatism or gout.
Anuric always benefits

by druggists or send fifty cents to Doctor V. M. Pierce.

send ten cents.

Mclvcr i:?IaeSa
PHONES 47, 104, S03
Army trench mirrors 25c. Army
shaving brushes 50c. and 75c. fit
Gerig's. 29-tf

Vick's Salve 25c. Anti-Monopoly, tf
- kidneys act as the sewage
a chance. But many of us
- apple, leaves of aloe, root
and often cures the cause





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W fiaye the Equipment and ASjjljly
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31, 1917, with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings
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day. Sunday. To Puiladelphia direct Thursday.
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If You Have Any News for this De
" partment, Call Two-One-Five
or Two-Seven
My Song
The song I sing is the nation's song,
The song of the brave and free;
The notes of the bugle's call belong
To the strains of my meoldy.
I sing of the flag of my native land..
The flag of the proud and true,
And I bravely stand and your cheers
For the red and white and blue I
The song I sing is the soldier's songr
He lives kin the glad refrain.
When duty calls his to vanquish
And bring sweet peace again.
I sing the song that the patriot sings
As he marches to the fray,
And the message stings as the musk
- rings
On the valiant winds of day.-
My song is the hero's "song as well
His death in the theme is told.
The chords that spoke in his funeral
My softer notes enfold.
I sing the song that the hero sang,
His breast seamed deep with scars,
The song he sang as his freeL 'soul
"To the bright blue field of stars.
My song is the voice of the heart that
A woman's lonely grief.
It throbs to the rack of those sacred
Which may never know relief.
I sing the song of .the lips that sigh
And the weary eyes that weep,
And my strains shall die where their
loved ones lie
- In their dreamless, noble sleep.
Laurana Sheldon.
Mrs. J. E. Johnson Doing Red Cross
. Work
Monad Mrs. J. E. Johnson will
have on sale at the "demonstration
booth at Earnest's store, doughnuts,
fine, delicious doughnuts. The pro proceeds
ceeds proceeds of the sale will be turned ovet
to the Red Cross. Palatka Post.
A Dozen Amusing Answers Given by
" the. Boys
' "Trench and Camp," a weekly
magazine published for the Y.'M. C.
A, by the Macon Daily Telegraph
under the auspices of the National
War Work Council, contains ; army
news for army men and their home
folks that is now almost invaluable
to both. "Trench and Camp" edited
on. the f4th contained this interest interesting
ing interesting item, the other part of which we
will print in Wednesday's Star:
"Why did, you enlist?"
This question was put to each of
the regular army soldiers and mem members
bers members of the Carine Corps now repre representing
senting representing the United States in' France.
Here are some of the answers:
"To see excitement."
"To help win the war and end tht,
kaiser's idea of world ruler."
"To help free the Geerman people
from kaiserism." t
"Adventure and experience, also to
do my little, bit for my country, the
good old-U. S. A. and the Stars and
Stripes, the flag of freedom."
"To catch the kaiser."
"Because my country needs me."
"I wanted to get the kaiser's
goat." . -;-
"To represent he state of Ken
- "Because the girls like soldiers."
"For the benefit of the American
"To kill a coupler of "Germans for
the wrong done Poland."
"To keep f roln wearing my
knuckles out on my neighbor's back-
"To see France."
-Attention, Eastern Stars
The officers of Ocala Chapter No.
29, b. E. S are requested to meet at
the Masonic hall promptly at three
o'clock Wednesday afternoon to re rehearse
hearse rehearse the memorial service. 2t
Lieut. M. C. Izlar returned to camp
Wheeler at noon today after a short
visit to his relatives here.
Mr. C. L. Anderson, who came to
Ocala Friday morning, motored to his
home in Lakeland this morning.
Miss Agnes Thompson and Mr.
Willie Needham spent last Sunday af
ternoon visiting friends in Oxford.
-' ."
Ocala Chanter. No. 29. O. E. S.. will
hold its "regular meeting Thursday,
Nov. 22, at 7:30 o'clock. There will
be initiation. 4t
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Mrs. Andrew J. Turner of Dunnel-
lon- will arrive in Ocala in a day or
two to visit her sister, Mrs. Walter
Hood until afterThanks giving.
Jackie Saunders in "Bab the Fixer''
at the Temple last night, was whole wholesome
some wholesome and laughable, as her pictures
always are. Jackie Saunders may
not be the prettiest girl in movies, but
she certainly holds every one's atten attention
tion attention by, her unexpected and original
Mr. and Mrs. W. K. Zewadski Jr.
and little son, W. K. the third, will
arrive in the city Nov. 26th. Mr. Ze Zewadski
wadski Zewadski will return home Dec 2nd, but
Mrs. Zewadski and son will visit Dr.
and Mrs. Walter Hood and Mr. W.'K.
Zewadski and Mr. anji Mrs. C. B. Ze Zewadski
wadski Zewadski for about two weeks.
Ocala friends will be interested to
hear that Mrs. Fred Robinson and
daughter, Miss Lucille, will spend the
holidays with Dr. and Mrs. R. S.

Goux in Detroit. They will come to
Ocala the first of January for several
months, and will be accompanied" by
Mrs. Robinson's other daughter, Mrs.
Goux. Dr. Goux who is an eye, ear,
nose and throat specialist, has offer offered
ed offered his services to his country and is
expecting to be called by then.
Silver Tea at Mrs. Mclrer's
The ladies of the Presbyterian
church gave their regular monthly
silver tea Monday afternoon at the
home of Mrs. D. E. Mclver. Mrs. Mc Mc-Iver
Iver Mc-Iver was assisted in entertaining her
guests by Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake and
Mrs. E. A. Osborne.
Mrs. John Taylor and Miss Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell asked the callers into the din dining
ing dining room, where fruit parf ait, cake
and coffee were served by Mrs. Grider
Perkins, Mrs. W. A. Wilds, Misses
Mabel Meffert and Elizabeth Davis.
The dining room table was center centered
ed centered with beautiful pink roses and laid
with lace mats. Here Mrs. Jack
Camp" poured coffee until 5 o'clock,
and Mrs. E. A. Osborne pouTed until
; Mrs. S. F. Saunders played several
piano selections which added much
pleasure to the afternoon.
The tea was a very enjoyable and
successful one, .the callers leaving
dimes amounting to over $20. Mrs.
W, H, Hetrick had charge of the fan fancy
cy fancy work table and they sold almost
all of their pretty Christmas articles.
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Tuesday Auction Club
Mrs. Peter Mackintosh is entertain entertaining
ing entertaining nine members of the Tuesday
auction club and three extra players,
Mrs. Harry Walters and Mrs. J. D.
MacDonald and her guest, Mrs. Row Rowland,
land, Rowland, very informally this afternoon.
A pretty vase will be given to the
club member making highest score,

and a dainty powder puff for the vis visitor's
itor's visitor's prize.
Mrs. Mackintosh, assisted by her
mother and sister Mrs. J. C. Jack Jackson
son Jackson and Mrs. Richard Stroud, will
serve ambrosia and cake after sev several
eral several games.
Lieut. Norman Kirk of Honolulu
has been ordered east for shore duty,
and will be accompanied by Mrs.
Kirk, who: was formerly. Miss Sue
Andersonof Ocala. Lieut. Wm. I
Calhoun who has been on submarine
duty, is expecting to be ordered east
for duty, and will be accompanied by
Mrs. Calhoun and two little sons, who
are now at Long Beach, 'Calif.
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Mrs. C. L. Anderson of Lakeland
will visit hertmother, Mrs. L. T. Izlar
until Thursday or Friday, when .Mrs".
Izlar expects to go to Blackville, S.
C, for an extended visit to her son-in-law
and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.-S.
C. Buist and family. Clifford; Mary
Eleanor and Arthur Anderson will
visit their grandparents at Marowood
until the last of the week, when they
will return home with their mother.
(Continued on Fourth Page)
Begin g Saturday, Novem November
ber November 17th, continuing all next
for the ladies to buy Pattern
Hats at reduced prices. A
special cut will be made on all
the higher priced hats.
$20.00 Hats. $15.00
1O0 and $15.00. -.10.00
10.00 Hats r. 7.50
8.00 Hats --- ----- 6.50
7.50 Hats.-..-. 5.00
We have only a few at these
prices so would urge every one
to call to see the OPPORTU OPPORTUNITIES
Laura N. Luckie
Rena C. Smith
Florida J
Tea Rooms ;
N. MainSt., Opposite Postoffice
Why not pay a small amount each
month and see it go into v
I have a number of houses you can
buy that way at
call and see my list of houses from
$1000.00 up.
Room 5 Holder Blk. Ocala, Fla.
Advertise in the Star.

' Edited by Caroline Moorhead, Agent

The canning club girls are eagerly
looking forward to their contest day,
which will be Friday, Nov. SO. They
are busy this' week selecting from
their 'summer's .work their nicest ar articles,
ticles, articles, getting them labeled and list listed.
ed. listed. :
Already inquiries are being made
in regard to Marion county's army of
girls in blue, meaning the canning
club girls. Yes, they will march in
full force on club day, Nov. SO. Truly
these girls may be termed "home
Many times the question has been
asked during the year as to how the
canning club work was progressing,
but up to the past few weeks it has
been a very unsettled question. Of
course, it was known that a number
of girls were working, that the or organization
ganization organization was still in existence, but
conditions were such that statements
would be unwise if made in advance
of the girls reports being sent in.
The present year has been one of
many trials in a great many ways.
The early spring with its frost, wind
and hail storms, destroying young
plants- and seed beds, then lateron
the 'excessive rains, washing up and
causing the products of the gardens
to spoil before maturity; All these
things were discouraging. Then came
the call to arms, and many of these
young girls took the hoe or plow and
endeavored to carry on the work on
the farm to the best of their ability,
in order that a brother might go in
answer to the call to our -colors.
Such have beenthe conditions of
1917 and yet these girls have done a
noble work. They have been the
means of saving many dollars in their
homes, have learned many useful les
sons, and quite a number will be
able Jo begin or add to a bank ac account
count account for, their future school or col college
lege college days. l" During our first year's
work (1913) occasionally girls would
say they didn't have time Jor club
work, but" now it is understood that
it is but a part of the preparation for
their life's work, just a part of their
education. And it has been thorough
ly demonstrated that the busy girl,
the girl who helps with the general
house work and with the younger
children in the home, is the girl who
most "always makes good. And those
are the. girls who it is a real pleasure
to, work with. But the girl above all
who is most fortunate is the girl
whose entire family will encourage
and assist her, she who feels the con con-findence
findence con-findence and backings of her home
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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every moaern convenience in each room. Dining rozm service is
second to none.
RATES From ?1.50 per. day per person to $6.
" Proprietor. Elanager.

When you have plumbing or elec electrical
trical electrical contracting, let us furnish you
estimates. No job too large and none
too small, tf E. W. Tucker.
Chesapeake Bay Oysters received
daily : tt the Delicatessen Shop, Ocala
House block. 17-tf
Thanksgiving cards at THE BOOK
SHOP. 3t
Syrup bottle corks. Anti-Monopoly.

girl in particular, or of the club work
it 'stands for itself, but to say to
the general public that in spite of
the terrible war conditions and the,
many trials of the present year, cli-
matic and otherwise, the Marion
county club girls have been faithful
to their colors. Like an army of sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, they are doing their bit. Their
report that was wired to headquar headquarters
ters headquarters Nov. 10th, though not complete,
was most flattering.
v More Potatoes; Less Sugar
Even if sugar is. scarce, and flour
is high priced, the conservative
housewife may bake her usual Sun-

Iday. cake if she will include swee
potatoes as one of the ingredients in
the recipe. Perhaps sheXhas never

thought of using sweet' potatoes as a
sugar substitute, also she has grown
accustomed to using them in an ef-
fort to save flour. Now she may be
doubly conserving.
Here is a cake recipe that has been
tried and is recommended by Miss
Agnes Ellen Harris of the University
of Florida extension division:
One-half cup shortening, one-half
cup sugar,' one cup cooked and mash--ed
sweet potatoes, one egg, two cups
flour, two teaspoons baking powder,
one cup liquid and cinnamon,-raisins
and nuts if desired.
There, you see, is a saving of one one-half
half one-half cup of sugar, and often a cup
and a half. Then, too, at least a half
cup of flour has been saved. You can
eat your cake and be patriotic too.
Now this method of saving can be ',
applied to other articles of food. Make t
pies of sweet potatoes instead of
pumpkin and less sugar will be re required."
quired." required." Or make a filling as for
pumpkin pies, using sweet potatoes
instead, add a few drops of lemon ex- N
tract, and bake, as a pudding. Use -sweet
potatoes as a flour and sugar
saver in cookies, muffins, and crull-,
ers. ''
By using raisins, dried figs and cur-
rants, less sugar is needed. Dried
fruit usually has a high sugar content-so
that when cooked and serv served
ed served with the breakfast ereal the use
of sugar is unnecessary. Florida
syrup can be used as a sugar saver
too, and is available to most every everyone.
one. everyone. ';
By using a little ingenuity in em employing
ploying employing .these various substitutes a
family may go on having plenty of
food served in the style to which they
are accustomed and yet be patriotic.
For by preparing foods in this way
a saving is being made of the very
things asked by the food commission,
and Florida products that cannot be
shipped easily may be utilized within
the state. .


Come in and inspect my pat patent
ent patent stove pipe fastener and
adjustable stove pipe, and
stove pipe shelf. You need it,
can't get along without it.
210 Osceola St, Ocala, Fla.




Mr. A. J. Brigance of Flemington
has been among us the last dajr or so.

Chesapeake Bay Oysters received
daily at the Delicatessen Shop, Ocaia
1Ious3 block. YI--5.
v G. T. Bobbitt went to Ocala today
- on a short business visit. SC Peters Petersburg
burg Petersburg Independent.. 1
Mr. Frank Beckham is doing very
well with his 'neat-little fruitstand
over on the west side of the square.
Among the fortunate hunters today
was Mr. T. H. Johnson, who succeed succeeded
ed succeeded in bagging a large gobbler in
Marshall swamp.
The date of the next dance at thb
Belleview clubhouse will be Friday
night, Dec. 7. The Belleview folks
hope to see a number of their Ocala
Wanted, a wife. A handsome young

fellow with a good-looking car. For
further information see Jim Fyles
Oealeean Ensign.
Jim paid the significant sum of 30
cents lor tne apove aa.
. I,, ,i ',' 11"
A. E: Martin of. Citra, one of the
bovs who marched away with Com
Danv A. couldn't quite come up to the
strict physical standard and had to
return home. He thinks he will be
able to come up to the mark before
.the war is over, however.
Mr. W. P. Chalker, whose son is a
A non-commissioned officer in Company
A, has returned from a visit to Camp

' M Wheeler. He found the boys all busy

training for their great task. He
took dinner with them Sunday before
last, and says the menu could not be
improved on.
i r 1

The musical entertainment a few
' nights ago between the choirs of the
. two colored Methodist churches of

v. Gainesvil!e"and Ocala at the .Mount

Pleasant M,- E. church in this city
was greatly enjoyed by many Ocala
people, both white and colored. The
program consumed about three hours,
but all seemed to elijoy he splandid
music. The judges awarded the' de-
; cision' to the Gainesville singers, by
a score of 37 to 32 out of a possible
40 points.
Fort King, Nov. 19. A number of
young people from here attended a
dance given by Mr. and Mrs. Walter
a At ' '.rrrf ? Tr
AiKinson inursaay evening. ix -Being
Mrs. AtkirfSons' birthday, Dur
in g the evening chocolate candy was
served. Those, dancing were Misses
Martha and Vercie Whaley, Jannie
- and Lilly Clayton, Geneva and Estelle
Blair, Ruth Hogan, Mary Usry and
Florence Terrell; Messrs. Tom 1 Clay
ton, Fred Blair, Roy Smoak, Willie
Joyner, Bruce Newman Sam Smith,
John Redding, Ben Robbinson, Van,
Liddon, Mr. and Mrs. Atkinson, Mr.
and Mrs. James Green, Mr. and Mrs
Todd, Mr. and- Mrs. Earnest Blair,
. Mrs. Nelson, Mrs. Oliver McDonald.
Mr.' and Mrs. Perry ( of Kendrick
visited Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Younge
Sunday. N ;
Mrs. J. B. Cappleman has just re
tuvned from a visit p her daughter,
Mrs,-J. W. Rembert in Jacksonville.
She was also sentas a delegate to
the-, convention there from the Ocala
v Christian .church.
Mr. Tom Clayton" visited Mr; Char-
lie and John Reeves at Evinston Sat
urday and Sunday.
Mr. Charlie and Johnnie Reeves,
Harry. Wood and Mr. Beck of Evins
ton attended the dance' at Mr. and
Mrs. Atkinsons Thursday nierht.
The ladies sewing circle met at.
Mrs. Walter Atkinsons Thursday af afternoon.
ternoon. afternoon. In the latter part of the af
ternoon punch and" cake was serv
ed.' .. :r;- ---'r- '-
Master Jones Terrell of Silver
Springs visited Master Virgil Wha Whaley
ley Whaley Wednesday, night.
We regret to say that Mrs. Char Char-4
4 Char-4 lie Sewell has been quite sick.
Mr. J. E. Whaley is grinding cane
and making syrup this week.
-coons andv Turkeys."
They are hunting coons In "Massa-
chusetts and eating them. They are
said to be a line substitute -for turkey
more than a substitute, better. That
, is all right they can eat them. Our
Pilgrim Fathers can eat all the coon
they want. We will take a second help helping
ing helping to turkey, declares a writer In the
Columbus State Journal. We try to
Imagine the eating of coon. We can't
do it any more than we can think of
- eating cat. But hunting coons is dif different
ferent different nere Is the process : Take,
an automobile. Put In guns, dogs, and
": a companion or two, and then, when
m far into the country- and near a'for a'for-est,
est, a'for-est, unloose the- dogs and send them
Into the woods. Soon they start to
. barking vigorously and there is a
coon. The papers tel of one party of
four starting out after dark, returning
at midnight with nine coons. That
couldn't be done in Ohio, which Is not
a primitive state, like Massachusetts.
Our coon crop Is gone. We are sorry.
The coon is a fine animal for coon,
but not for meat. John Alden and his
merry men are welcome to it.
Chesapeake Bay Oysters received
daily f t the Delicatessen Shop; Ocala
House block. 17-tf
Thanksgiving cards at THE BOOK
SHOP. 3t


We have the following used car
bargains. Each car is guaranteed- to
be just as represented. Come in and
look them over if interested. The list
is changing almost? daily:
Orfe 1917 model Maxwell Touring
car, almost as good as new,
with eood tires all around. .. .$475
One 1917 Maxwell touring car,
in e-ood condition throughout. .$400
One Maxwell touring car, 1916
model, eood shape I ......... $350
One Maxwell roadster, .1916
model, fine condition $300
One Ford touring car, good con
dition but has no top ......... ?i
One Ford truck, equipped as a
grocery delivery wagon, only
extra neavy, 1917 model, al-
most new ... . ... .". . . .$375
One Ford roadster, 1917 model,
run only 500 miles....... ....$37o
" Maxwell-Chalmers Agency,
Ocala, Florida.
Star ads. are business builders.
.RATES: Six 'line maximum, one
time 25a; three times 50c.; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance
"My Optician"
I especially offer my services to the
people of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail ordeis.
202-204 Hogan St.,. Park Hotel Bldg
WANTED An office boy. with a bicy bicycle.
cle. bicycle. Apply, at Star office.
LOST On Ocala and Belleview road,
ladies' pocketbook containing a small
amount of change. Finder please re
turn to Star office.
lt d&w
FOR SALE-7-A Conover piano in
splendid shape. Collier Bros.J phone
296, Ocala, Fla. 19-tf
FOR SALE One carload nice beef
steers. Write Fairfield Naval Stores
Co., Fairfield, Fla. 19-61
LOST Between .Fairfield and Ocala,
on 19th inst., one 32x3 tire and rim.
Finder will please leave with H. A.
Davies, Ocala, or, G. A. Osteen, Fair Fairfield.
field. Fairfield. ,' 19-6t
FOR RENT A five room cottage, all
modern conveniences; one block from
primary school building ? on South
Third streets Apply to R. R. Car Carroll,
roll, Carroll, Star office. ,'. 19-tf
MULES- FOR SALE A pair of good,
second-hand mules, tough and sound,
and in perfect condition; working in
turpentine business. Apply to R. R.
Carroll, Ocala, Fla. r 19-tf
FOUND-On the streets of Ocala, a
Masonic .charm. Owner can have
same by. paying for this ad. and call calling
ing calling at Star office. 19-6t
FOR SALE Had you noticed it, that
lot on the corner of Ocklawaha and
Watula street, large enough to build
a rooming house on the corner and a
swimming pocft down near the under underground
ground underground drainage. Or better yet, a
moving picture show on the corner
and swimming pool as above mention mentioned.
ed. mentioned. Best location in city. Owner,
112 S. Pine St. ll-17-3t
FOR RENT Two-story, six-room
house on Watula street; electric
lights, bath, hot and cold water thru thru-out.
out. thru-out. Apply to Miss Rena Smith, ,at
Style Hat Shop, Ocala. 15-6t .;
' 1 1
FOR SALE At a bargain, temacre
farm, 3 miles from Ocala, half mile
east of Summerfield road. All cleared
and fericed; goQd well; 10 bearing or orange'
ange' orange' trees; 5 grape x vines; good
house. Address Roscoe C. Walters,
Box 13'1 A, Route B, Ocala,' Fla. 6t
FOR RENT House on EastBroad EastBroad-way,
way, EastBroad-way, six rooms and bath. Apply to
Mrs. JVIcDowell, Ft. King avenue, or
phone 179. 11-10-tf
FOR SALE Small Buick four-passenger
touring car in good repair;
new tires. Belleview Trading Co.,
Belleview, Fla. 9-19t
FOR SALE A dandy little farm
1 I miles north of courthouse; 20
acres, all under fence; nice Louse and
good bearing grape vines. $1,500
cash. Address "W. T.,M care Ocala
Star. 23-lm
WANTED Men's second hand shoes.
Youll be surprised at the amount of
real money you can get for them. A.
Slott, one door east of 10. store,
Ocala, Fla. 29-18t
LOST One new unwrapped Firestone
tire; left by roadside near Anthony 01
lost between Anthony and Ocala.
Party who finds same will please re return
turn return to us o rwrite us and get pay for
trouble. Ocala Chero-Cola -Bottling
Company. 19-3t
FOR SALE Nice lot 70 x 112 in sec second
ond second ward also nice residence lot at
$200. W. W. Condon. 21-tf

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(Continued from Third Page?
Spend-the-Day Party at Mrs.Bar Mrs.Bar-nett's
nett's Mrs.Bar-nett's Home 4
The members of the missionary so society
ciety society and the literary society of the
Methodist church combined yesterday
and had a delightful all-day affair at
the home of Mrs. Claude G. Barnett
in Palmetto Park.
Nine ladies spent the day there and
were joined after luncheon by eight
others. In the morning the ladies
chatted, did fancy work, knitted and
discussed plans for the box which
they are planning to send to the or orphans
phans orphans at Enterprise, Each lady had
brought her lunch and Mrs. Barnett
slipped in ''the dining room and ar arranged
ranged arranged them on the dining table, and
called the ladies .in about 1 o'clock.
They had ham, chicken and pork
sandwiches, Waldorf and chicken
salad, pickled corn, wafers, jellies,
pickles, cake and hot tea and coffee.
Those seated at the table were
Mrs. Walter Hood, Mrs. George Mar Martin,
tin, Martin, Mrs. Cotton and sister, Miss Tay Taylor,
lor, Taylor, Mrs. W. K. Lane, Mrs. W. H.
Clarke Mrs. A. T. Thomas arid mother,
MrsJ Cox, Mrs. J. M. Gross and Mrs.
About 2:30 in the afternoon, after
the eight other ladies had arrived, de devotional
votional devotional exercises were held and two
hymns sung. Mrs. Gross led the ex exercises,
ercises, exercises, which were on "Peace," and
the others gave' the interesting ref references
erences references they had prepared on that
subject. ; r, -
Different members then read from
"The Sons of Italy," the book which
they are trying, to finish this year.
Mrs. Barnett then brought out a
pleasant surprise, hot chocolate and
delicious home made cake, and Mrs.
Ira Barnett contributed "Because"
and two other vocal numbers to the
social part of the afternoon.
The ladies left- about dark, telling
each other truly that Mrs. Barnett
was an ideal hostess. "
The Ocala friends of Mr-Etheridge
Dillard Copeland, formerly 6f this
city, now-of Bessemer, Ala!f received
cards yesterday afternoon announc
ing his marriage to Miss Cecilia John,
daughter of Mr. Sam John of Besse-
Just Received
Shipment of
i 1
Model Four Ninety
Sales Manager.
Say (Chev-Ro-Lay)


mer, Ala., which took place last
Thursday afternoon at three o'clock-

Mr. Copeland. and his bride will be
at home at .2214 Dartmouth avenue,
Bessemer, Ala., after the twentieth of
this month.
Mr. Copeland was connected with
the Harrington Hall here for a couple
of. years and has many friends who
are' interested in his marriage. Mr.
Copeland is in the insurance business.
The Florentines
The patrons and friends of the Ly
ceum Course have only a few more
days in which to secure their season
tickets, the first popular number, be
ing the Florentine Musicians, which
will appear ,at the Temple Theatre,
Friday night. The Florentines need
no introduction, the company being
headed by a master artist, Andrew
Vissochi an accordionists of world
wide fame, also Miss Katherine Kelly
a capable reader.
Season tickets can be secured eith
er from Mrs. Jewell Wells at the Co Colonial
lonial Colonial Hotel, who is here from Tampa
in the interest of the Lyceum, or from
Mrs. E. C. Bennett at her home or
Temple Theatre.
Temple Program
Following is the program at the
Temple today: ;
Second episode of "The Fighting
..Two-reel Elko comedy.
The Pathe News: "Over There.'
First pictures actually showing the
training of the American, troops -in
France. Taken by French army Cine-
matographers. Subtitles: Somewhere
in France, 'neath the shadow of Au Autocracy's
tocracy's Autocracy's guns, Pershing's boys are
training for their part in the strug
gle. The poilusy are helping them
learn the ways of modern war. uen
eral Pershing and General Petain,
French Commander-in-Chief, review reviewing
ing reviewing the trcops. Waiting t for the
eventful day. Then shoulder to shoul
der" with your Allied comrades, march
on brave-warriors on to the grim
task ahead. "We are united and vic victory
tory victory will be ours."
New York City. (New York City
and' Chicago Only). Four hundred
thousand school children compete in
a contest for the best essay on thrift
as an aid in winning the war. Subti Subtitles;
tles; Subtitles; S. M. Straus. President of the
American Thrift Society, awarding
the prizes to the successful bnes.
Miss Katherine Kelly, reader with
the Florentine Musicians, is one of the
most capable readers' doing platform
work. SJie specializes in humorous
selections, and provides rich enter enter-tainnent
tainnent enter-tainnent for her hearers.- This one
number is worth the price of admis admission.
sion. admission. '
The embarrassing question as to
whether German music shall be play played
ed played for the club women attending the
convention this week in Tampa will
be laid before the board meeting this
afternoon. Tie program was made
up last week and contains -'several
numbers by German composers, which
were placed there, of course by wom women
en women whose only thought was of the
art of the music. ; Some disappoint disappointment
ment disappointment arose whon the numbers were
discovered, and the matter was taken
up with the chairman of the local
music committee who laid the puz puzzling
zling puzzling question before. Mrs. W. S. Jen Jennings,
nings, Jennings, who in turn will lay it before
the board today.
Price SiOOOCash
Located Six Miles from Ocala
Masonic Building, Ocala, Fla.
Careful Estimates made on alt Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Bettei
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
Wonderful Remedy for
One dose convinces.
The Court Pharmacy
and other reliable druggists.
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. J
December 4-8 Jacksonville Poul Poultry
try Poultry Show.
January 20 to February 1 Lake
County School Fair, at Tavares.
No. 9 Leaves Jacksonvile 1:20 p.
m.; Ocala 4:15 p. m. Arrives Tampa
7:35 p. m.
No. 1 Leaves. Jacksonville 9:30 p.
m.; Ocala, 1:45 a. m. Arrives St. Pe Petersburg,
tersburg, Petersburg, 7:45 a. m.
No. 3 Leaves Jacksonville 9:30 a.
m.; Ocala, 12:50 p. ra.
No. 10 Leaves Tampa at 1 p. m.;
Ocala,. 4:15 p. m. Arrives Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, :15 p. m.
No. 2 Leaves Tampa 9 p. m.;
Ocala, 1:55 a. m. Arrives Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 6:45 a. m.


. t
Many People .Do Net Stop to Think at
All of the Vast Importance of
the House's Setting.
Most of the people who are saving
to build a house the sort they have
dreamed of possessing give so much
attention to the actual plans of the
dwelling that they, do not stop to think
at all of the vast importance of the
house's setting.
They are Joys and profits In site
hunting that the average home-builder
who Is willing to content himself with
the first strip of land In a desir desirable
able desirable neighborhood with which his real
estate dealer confronts him never
Obviously the average city lot !s
tne -nat, treeless, do byvipo" onl
which, of course, there Is little pos possible
sible possible latitude In building. The house
must be oblong and stand on one of
its ends about in the center of the
lot, with an inconsequential margin on
either side, and a flower-trimmed
square of green in front and rear.
There are many streets of this type in
every suburb. :
But in every suburb also there are
odd corners that have been passed by
as unsuitable. Like the neglected creed
beds in the farmer's fields, they are
generally of odd shapes and wooded,
the hand "of the Improver" having
passed them as hopeless. In rural
districts where land is rated by Its
cultivatable area, these are literally
waste and can often be bought' for
very little.
" One of the least appreciated kind of
sites for a home is the gully or draw.
Everywhere among the hills there are
places where the waters have cut out
a bed to the rocks and a stream
splashes swiftly downward among the
trees. There are few greater outdoor
joys for, folk who like to plan things
themselves and execute them with
their own hands than the development
of one of these spots.
If you have a definite plan for your
house In mind before you have an Idea
for -the site, you should seek your site
to fit the home. A chateau would be
jOUt of place where a bungalow cot cottage
tage cottage would be wboSy at ease. A barn
might be badly misplaced on the ideal
site for a farmhouse.
But" site hunting untrammeled by
aught save the limits of one's imag imagination
ination imagination Is great fun and a liberal edu education
cation education
Character of the Owner Shows in. the
' Architecture of the Dwelling and
the Decoration Within.
The essential In the art of home
building is the ability to suit your own
taste to express' your own nature,
Your taste may not at all coincidewitli
that of your neighbor, but that Is not
Important. There are as many Indi Individual
vidual Individual expressions of the art that Is
within one as there are leaves on a
tree and ihere Is no good reason why
the expression of the Individual should
not continue In the home Itself.
Imagine what a thrilling adventure
in human nature all of us might have
in the course of a day spent In making
calls If our neighbors and acquaint
ances only allowed their souls and
minds to express themselves In the
houses they build and furnish, says an
exchange. It Is not hard to Imagine
such an adventure, for about every one
has seen one such home. But these are
by no means frequently found.
Tot people's characters do show In
their homesIn the architecture of the
dwellliig, the decorations within, the
selection of the furniture, even In the
pictures and the way they are hung.
To persons who are not especially ob observant
servant observant this fact Is as plain as the fact
that one can always detect the pres presence
ence presence of feminine fingers in the arrange arrangement
ment arrangement of the bric-a-brac, the flowers or
vase- on the stand or the books and
magazine's on the library table. -The
thing Is so palpably human that it Is
almost Impossible not to recognize it.
Duty of the Community.
A happier childhood, better provis provisions
ions provisions for play, better surroundings,
greater bodily vigor and a stronger
spirit, less hampered by gathering
doubts, are gifts which the commu community,
nity, community, as the fairy godmother of the
rising .generation, can lay at the cra cradle
dle cradle of every child In America.
The community that has. 'not the
vision, 'the loving kindness and the
plain common sense to make the child
better fitted to fij;ht ofT the doubts
and the fears of the future, commits
a crime against itself as well as
against its children. New York Eve Evening
ning Evening Mall.
What of It?
' Jimmy had not come up to his fa father's
ther's father's expectations in regard to his
studies at school and an explanation
was demanded.
"Why Is it," Inquired the irate par par-ent
ent par-ent "that you are at 'he bottom of the
"1 can't see that It mates anydiffer-
ence whether I am at tbe top or the
bottom," replied Jiumy pacifically.
"You know they teach just the same
at both ends. r

on beautiful Lake Weir
big bargain
Sec BR1NSON at Once
Ocala Florida

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Our -Equipment is at Your Service
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Service Prompt, the Price Reasonable,
and "Everybody Happy." If We Dont,
Tell Us and We'll "Come Across."
. A. full assortment of the famous
PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
tie small fall garden. Ocala SeedL,
More tf
At a meeting of the city council
held on the 9th Inst, the registratioa
books of the city were' revised and the
following names stricken:
Boney, D. M.
Blesch. V. F.
Crum'pton, H. E.
Dekle, J, O.
Graham, A. A.
Hunt. Kay.
i cul lCK, J. C
P.ooney, J. D.
imoak, J. G,
Smith, C. W.
.Smith.- Lawton.
- Srmtii, Perry.
Smoak, J. I Jr.
Thomas. Dan.
Valker A.' V
Whitfield. Chas.
Wood, H. 1.
Kea, J. W.
Knight, A. E.
Kramer, H. A.
Myers, Amos.
rNtozingo,. J. B.
McClendon, H
Anderson, C. L.
Altman, H. F.
Prigance, A. J.
Beavers, i. T.
Brown, John.
Cohen, J. T.
Duncan E. B.
Graham, J. M.
Huber, F. J.
Hall, W. T.
Harris, C. O.
,Jeffcoat,.D. T.
Killftbf ew, T. J
Lattner, Herbert.
Mansfield, Geo. W.
Ode 11, P. D. -Kobinson,
E. E.
Stapp E. Lb
Sandlin, A. R.
lirooks, T. B.
Bell, JJathew.
Brooks, Anderson,
Boozer, J. C
Bell, George
Carrington, B. J.
Coplin, 13. B.
Caldwell, W. D.
Castley, C. A.
Crigler, W. P.'
Dame, C. H.
Dame, A. O.
Ferguson, J. G.
Graden, Folley.
Iindsey, Lewey.
Lane, J. H.
Long, L. N.
Mathews, W. C.
Michael, Glover.
McCants, Milton.
Mc Arthur, A. D.
Quarterman, J. A.
Stewart, S. D.
White, J. R.
Edwards, Eli
Webber, F.
Alderman, W. R. McRae. Boston.
Vlexander. H. I
McConnell. H. J.
Ogle, I. W.
Parrish, C. H.
Ponder, William.
Richie, A. N.
Randolph, W. M.
- Roddenberry, J. R.
Sabie, Edward.
Swann, Walker.
Shuey, George. .'
Stone, Thomas.
Smith, D. A.
Shlvely, I.
hrimplin, H. X
Smith, John.
Kpencer, A. K. J
SamBon, M.
Thomas, J. J.
Thomas, 6. J.
"Townsel, Robert.
Thomas, W. H.
Williams, John O.
Williams, W. G.
Belcher, iL Asa.
Bakr, PauL
Cromartie, John.
Copper, W. J.
Clemmer, Lloyd. -Dinkins,
C, A.
Davis, Sam.
Dawkins, A.
Dillon, T. D.
Fort, A. B.
G rambling1, A.
Gooden, W. J.
Green, Arthur yS.
Jones, James.
Harrison, Noah.
Johnson, Holder.
Johnson, J. D.
Johnson, John.
Morrison, Nelson.
Marshall, J. W.
Martin, E. P.
McDuffy, I. S.
McKelvy. Richard.
Weston, J. W.
The council will consider complaints
for the restoration of names stricken
on November 20th, 1917, 7:30 o'clock,
p. ra.
The registration dooks or tne city
of Ocala will be open at the city clerk's
office, during office hours, until the
second Saturday In November, 1917.
This the 13th, day of October, A. D.
1917 "H. C. SISTRUNK,
City Clerk and Ex-Offlclo Supervisor
of Registration of the City f Ocala.
Trains of the Atlantic Coast Line
V7il arrive and depart in Ocala at the
following times:
No. 10, Leesburg to Jacksonville,
5:40 a. m.
No. 151, Oral to Wilcox, Monday,
Wednesday and Friday, 6:10 a. m.
No. 35, Oca'a to Lakeland (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), .Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, 6:40 a. m.
No. 141, Wilcox, Gainesville and
Palatkafto Ocala, 11:15 a. m.
No. 40, St. Petersburg to Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, 12:54-1:14 p. m. J
No. 4S, Ilnmosassa to Ocala, 1:G3
p. m.
No. 42, Ocala to Homosassa, 2:23
p. to. .. ...
No. 32, Lakeland to OcaLt (Sunny (Sunny-Jim),
Jim), (Sunny-Jim), Tuesday, ThurEda and Satur-
No.39, Jackaonvillf to St. Peters Petersburg,
burg, Petersburg, 2:3.3-2:40 p. m. f
No. 140, Ocala tf i'alatka, Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville and Wilcox. 4:10 p. m.
Nc. 9, Jacksonville .to leesbura
0:05 p. m.
W. K. Lane, M. D, Physician anj
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose nsA i
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,!
Florida. tT



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