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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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. OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1917.
VOL. 23. NO. 282.
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Austro-Germans Attacking, in
the Belluno Alps
F01ITA1HE CLOSE TO CAMBIAI CAPTURED BY BRITISH Ai
FRENCH REPELLED ATTACK OH AISNE FRONT

(Associated Press)

Italian Headquarters, Wednesday,
Nov. 21. The greatest mass attack
that the enemy has made is now in
progress along the upper Piave river,
at a point where the reiver bends
northeast into the Belluno Alps. As
the action proceeds the enemy is
bringing forward fresh masses of re reserves.
serves. reserves. MAIN LINE HELD
Rome, Nov,' 22. The Austro-Ger-mans
invading northern Italy yester yesterday
day yesterday reached a few Italian positions on
the Mont Fontana sector, but else-.
where were repulsed, according to an
official statement.
" FRENCH HOLD FIRM
Paris, Nov. 22. The Germans last
nigh't made a counter attack on the
Aisne front in an endeavor to recap recapture
ture recapture ground won by the French in
v yesterday's offensive. The war office
announces that the enemy was re repulsed
pulsed repulsed with 'serious losses.
CLOSING IN ON CAMBRAL.
London, Nov. 22. Tfie village of
Fontaine Notre Dame' has been cap-
tured by the British in their new of of-'
' of-' f ensive, the war office announces. The
village is two ana three-quarters of
a mile southwevt of Cambrai on the
main Bapaunje-Cambrai road.
SEVENTEEN SHIPS -SUNK BY
' SUBS vvv-'.--
London, Nov. 22. Seventeen Brit
ishtaerchantmen were sunk by mines
-or submarines last week, according to
the weekly statement issued by the
admiralty. Of these ten were vessels
of 1600 tons and over, and seven of
-y'less than 1600 tons.
BERLIN'S BULLETIN 1
Berlin, Nov. 22. The summits of
Mont Fantana and Mont Spinnuccia
on the northern Italian front, have
been captured, itis officially an announced.
nounced. announced.
, Berlin, via London, Nov. 22. Tht Tht-battle
battle Tht-battle southwest of Cambrai is" con continuing.
tinuing. continuing. -The enemy didn't succeed in
breaking through, though they gain gained
ed gained a little ground beyond the Ger German
man German front line, according to an offi official
cial official announcement.
LOCAL LEGISLATION
The city Council held regular ses session
sion session at city hall, 7:30 p. m., Nov. 20,
present, Messrs. Knight, Winer, J. J.
Gerig, Meffert, Fausett, Nash, Weihe
and Mclver.
Mr. C.v S. Hammatt, engineer for
the state, appeared in regard to the
proposed agreement between the
board of state institutions and the
city, requesting certain changes in
same, namely: That water meter be.
placed at the Industrial school in instead
stead instead of at the city limits. That the
electric light line connect with the
wires on Ocklawaha instead of Fort
" King avenue it being understood that
said line be run. outside of the Silver Silver-Springs
Springs Silver-Springs extension. Mr. Weihe mov moved
ed moved that the foregoing request of Mr.
Hammatt be granted; motion was
seconded and carried.
The matter of "putting on special
police during the Marion County Fair
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was reierrea to tne ponce committee.
The salary of stock empounder, C.
A. Holloway, was raised to $85 per
month with understanding that, Mr.
v Holloway be held responsible for im impounding
pounding impounding of all stock in the city.
Communication from George G.
Chambers in regard to serving as fire fireman
man fireman in case of vacancy read and re re-I
I re-I f erred to the fire committee.
Request of H.-C. Jones'to have his
name reinstated on the registration
book was granted.
Application of Albert A. Graham to
be restored to the registration book
was granted.
D. N. Ferguson submitted his ap-

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i lEt KEEP
THEM CLOSED
Barred Zone Around Azores and
Channel to Greece Announced
Shut by the Boches
(Associated Press)
Amsterdam, Nov. 22. A new barr barred
ed barred zone, a dispatch from Berlin an announces,
nounces, announces, has been established around
the Azores "which have become in
economic and military respects im important
portant important hostile bases for Atlantic
navigation." The. channel to Greece
through the Mediterranean has also
been closed, it is announced. ; 1
DAN SHAY CLEARED
Baseball Manager Justified for Kill Killing
ing Killing a Waiter in an Indian Indianapolis
apolis Indianapolis Hotel
(Associated Press) ...
Indianapolis, Ind., Nov. 22. Dan
Shay, former manager of the "Kansas
City and Milwaukee baseball clubs,
was found not guilty today. He was
charged .' with second degree murder
in connection with the killing of a
waiter in a hotel here last May.
plication for the position of recorder.
It was laid over till next meeting.
-A communication was received
from Mucklow & Ford in regard to
auditing the books. Mr. Nash moved
that the clerk request duTerent appli applicants
cants applicants wishing to audit the city's books
to submit bid for the work. Moiior
carried. ,T' '
Upon motion, of Mr. Weihe the fol following
lowing following names were ordered placed up upon
on upon the ballots to be voted on at the
general election to be held the second
Tuesday in December, 1917, petitions
having been presented in accordance
with law: ;
For Mayor: J. E.- Chace, John D.
Robertson.
For Councilman at Large: John
H. Taylor, A. T. Thomas.
For Councilman from First Ward:
A. A. Winer.
For Co mcilman from Second Ward:
J. J. Gei :r. E. A. Osborne.
For Councilman from Third Ward:
D. E. Mclver, Charles W. Hunter.
For Councilman from Fourth Ward
G. A. Nash, F. G. B. Weihe, J. W.
Johnson.
, -The clerk was instructed to have
the ballots printed for the election.
All members voted yea upon roll call.
Communication from Westing Westing-house
house Westing-house Electric & Manufacturing Co.
addressed to Hon. J. D. Robertson,
Mayor, in regard to account due the
said company by Benjamin Thomp Thompson,
son, Thompson, contractor, was read and "order "ordered
ed "ordered filed. The clerk was instructed to
wire the, Westinghouse TUo., calling
its attention to the fact that commu communications
nications communications should be address to Dr. J.
E. Chace, mayor. w
Bills of Charles Peyser for $2.50;
Lanier Robertson for $8.15 and B. J.
Hunter for S3.60ordere dpaid.
An ordinance providing for and
regulating license tax to be paid by
persons, firms and corporations en-,
gaged in business in the city, was in introduced
troduced introduced by Mr. Nash, plaeed upon
first reading and referred to the ju judiciary
diciary judiciary committee.
An ordinance providing for the as assessment
sessment assessment and collection of taxes upon
real estate and personal property
was introduced by Mr. Weihe, placed

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TO BE SUBMITTED BY THE B
TEUTONS

' (Associated Press

Petrograd, Wednesday, Nov. 21.
The Russian government yesterda
ordered Gen. Dukhonin, commander-in-chief
of the army, to open negotia negotiations
tions negotiations for an armistice with the com commanders
manders commanders of the enemy armies. The
proposal to negotiate for peace has
been officially conveyed to the ambas ambassadors
sadors ambassadors of the allied nations at Petro Petrograd.
grad. Petrograd. DUKHONIN IS DISOBEDIENT
London, Nov. 22. An official wire wireless
less wireless statement from Petrograd todSy
says that General Dukhonin has been
deposed by the council of people's
commissioners fos-J'refusing to" obey
their orders by offering an armis
tice."
COLONEL NEVILLE
Governor of Nebraska Resigns in
Order to Take Command of a
National Guard Regiment
(Associated Press)
Lincoln, Neb., Nov. 22. The resig resignation
nation resignation of Governor Keither Neville is
today in the hands of the secretary
of stated The resignation- is offered
to take effect upon the acceptance of
the Seventh Regiment of Nebraska
National Guard into federal service.
Gov. Neville has already been ap appointed
pointed appointed colonel of the regiment.
UNDIGNIFIED SCRAMBLE
FOR AN OFFICE
(Associated Press)
Greenville, Ga. Nov. 22. Altho-twenty-eight
ballots were cast before
adjournment "of the morning session,
the Fourth District democratic con convention
vention convention failed to nominate Represen Representative
tative Representative Adamson's successor.. The
convention endorsed Wilson's admin administration
istration administration and women enfranchisement
in Georgia.
AVIATION CAMPS FOR ARCADIA
Arcadia, Nov. 22. A private tele telegram
gram telegram today announces that the army
aviation site question has been set settled
tled settled and that DeSoto county gets two
camps instead of one. There is much
gratification over the outcome of the
fight.
upon first reading and referred to the
judiciary committee.
. An ordinance prohibiting the run running
ning running at large of certain animate with within
in within the city, providing for the im impounding
pounding impounding and sale thereof, imposing
a penalty for unauthorized liberation
of animals impounded and providing
a penalty for turning animals loost.
in the streets of said city, was re returned
turned returned by the judiciary committee
approved. Ordinance was placed, upon
second reading read and adopted.
Upon roll call all members voted yea
except Mr. Fausett, who voted no.
An ordinance for the purpose of
maintaining peace and order in the
city while the United States is at war
was returned by the judiciary com.
mittee approved. Ordinance was read
and adopted., all members voting yea
upon roll calk ;
An ordinance regulating surface
closets was returned approved by the
judiciary committee, and -was adopt adopted,
ed, adopted, all members voting yea.
The city attorney was requested toi
I I I 1 At I
get up miormaxion preparatory ro me
construction of sidewalk on the east
side of lot 4, block 59 Old Survey,
Ocala.
The president of the council read
several communications that he had
written and replies in regard to hav having
ing having cars placed for hauling wood for
the light and water plant, also let letters
ters letters from the Skinner Engine Co. and
Engineer Henney in regard to piston.
Owing to scarcity of cars by the
railroad company for hauling, oc occasioned
casioned occasioned by the war, matter- of buy buying
ing buying truck for hauling wood for the
light and water plant was discussed.
It was the sense of the council that
a strenuous effort be made to secure
wood for the plant so as to be able
to shut the oil engine down till same

SHE PEACE

Tfl THE
RELIEF IS HEAR
Atlantic Coast Line Will Furnish City
Cars to Haul Fuel for Light
and Water Plant
Superintendent Caldwell of the city
plant has returned from Gainesville,
where he interviewed District Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent McArthur in regard to ob obtaining
taining obtaining 'cars to haul fuel for the
plant.
Mr McArthur promised that, altho
need for cars was urgent, Ocala'a
claims were just and that he would
see the city was supplied with the
needed transportation.
Whenever anything goes wrong on
this part of the A. C. L., Mr. "Mac"
is the man to appeal to, and if he fails
it is generally the fault of someone
or something else.
RED CROSS REPORT
Little City, as Usual, Has Kept Its
Place in; the Line
The finance committee of the Ocala
branch, Red Cross Chapter, wishes to
thank the people who so kindly vol volunteered
unteered volunteered their subscriptions to the
fund of $200 asked for, and the sum
turned over to the treasurer today
totals $217.03. We have on hand a
piece of fancy work donated by one
of our local sewing circles, which we
will turn over to the chapter, and if;
will be sold whenever the opportun opportunity
ity opportunity offers, and the money turned into
the treasury.
.We are also under obligations tv
the newspapers for the publicity giv given
en given our notices. The following is a
list of the donators to the special
fund: ;
P. H. Nugent, L. R. Chazal & Sons
Co., D. E. Mclver, R. R. Carroll, H.
A. Waterman, Mrs. C. H. Lloyd, J. H.
Benjamin, J. E. Chace, M. A. Tern
Eyck, Mrs. T. E. Bridges, Miss N. C.
Stevens, Miss Abbey S. Munroe, Mrs.
Harvey Clarky Jno. H. Taylor, Miss
Mamie Taylor, George MacKay, Hen Henry
ry Henry Gordon, J. J. Gerig, Miss K. E.
Gamsby, J. M. Meffert, Frank Drake,
Mrs. Frances Collier, Mrs. J. E.
Frampton, Mr. H. V. Turner, Bur
bank, Miss L. Frost, Miss Elizabeth.
Mays, Z. C. Chambliss, Mr. and Mrs.
W. W. Condon, Mrs. W. S. Bullock,
H. B. Masters Co., W. A. McGuire,
Mrs. C. L. Fox, E. A. Polly, Clarence
Camp, W. T. Gary, Mrs. C. R. Ty Ty-dings,
dings, Ty-dings, Miss Annie Davis, D. S. Welch,
Elmer DeCamp, Mrs. D. C. Stiles,
Mrs. J. V. McCredie, A. S. J. Wallace,
Miss Crago, Mrs.- Crago, Miss Anna
McDowell, Mrs. G. S. Scott, C. C.
Balkcom, Mrs. G. C. Greene, Miss
Margaret Jackson, Miss Minnie
Butts, Mrs. R. McConathy, Miss Meta
Jewett, W. D. Taylor, Eastern Stai
sewing circle, Baptist church sewing
circle.
. The remainder of the fund came
from young ladies who sent Christ Christmas
mas Christmas packages to soldiers and sailors.
FORT McCOY BOYS
ON A FURLOUGH
There came in from Camp Wheeler
this morning four young men of Fort
McCoy Sergeant Hilton, Corporal
John Stevens, Privates Grantham and
Cassels on an eight-days furlough.
They report Company A in good
shape with the exception of severe
colds for some of the members.

can be muffled and gone over by the
man from the factory.
Upon motion the president of the
council was instructed to give .the
Skinner Engine Co. formal order "for
new. piston.
It was ordered that the fire com committee
mittee committee be authorized to purchase ex extra
tra extra rim and tire for the small chem chemical
ical chemical car.
Council adjourned until Nov. 26.
H. C. Sistnmk, Clerk.

Is to Reconcile Railways and
Their Employes
HIGHER RATES, RIGRES WAGER AND POSSIBLE GOVERUT
COHTROL MATTERS HE MUST BE EREE TO HANDLE

(Associated
Washington, Nov. 22. The heads
of the four great railroad brother brotherhoods
hoods brotherhoods came here today at the presi
dent's request to discuss the proposed
new demands for higher wages. The
president is prepared to handle the
problem with a free hand, so far as
the roads are concerned, having been
formally notified that the roads will
abide by any step he sees fit to take.
It is understood that the brother
hoods plan to make an entirely new
proposal for the appointment by the
president of a new federal commis commission
sion commission to have complete jurisdiction
and power over the companies and
their workmen in matters in respect
to the relations of the two. The
brotherhood chiefs are also expected
to urge wage increases, and will sug suggest
gest suggest that the increase come iether
from the carriers themselves or N in
war bonuses from the government
along the line of the British bonus
system.
COTTON SEED REPORT
Washington, Nov. 22. Cotton seed
received at mills from Aug; 1st to
Oct. 31st, less shipments; amounted
to 1,691,916 tons; crushings, 829,549
tons; on hand 95,294 tons, the census
bureau announces.
HEARING WILL BE HELD
.
Washington, Nov. 22. The Inter Interstate
state Interstate Commerce Commission an announced
nounced announced today that it would hold a
hearing Dec. 7th on the application
of the express companies for a 10 per
cent increase in rates.
Mininv Tinr.s
ARE MONEY MAKERS
Mr. W. I 'Hall of the firm of Mc-
Rainey & Hall, has ben inland around
Ucala tor just two weeks, and up to
the close of business last night had
bought and paid for a little over
$30,000 worth of hogs, all except two
small lots, one at Oxford and the
other at Morriston, both right on the
line of this county, all of the hogs
came from Marion county. Mr. Hah
shipped the hogs to the packing
houses in Jacksonville and at Maul-
trie, Ga. His purchases were made
right at the farmer's place of busi business
ness business and cash was paid for the hogs,
just as soon as they could be loaded.
The hog crop of Marion county will
bring a big sum, t money this sea season,
son, season, certainly more than $100,000 and
probably twice .than much.
Formerly there k was absolutely no
demand for hogs here. One raised
what one needed on the farm, sold a
few to the butchers of Ocala and then
stopped. Now ther is ready cash foi
every pound he can raise and the meat
is as staple as wheat in the west. The
same is true of beef cattle, and the
farmers are making money on it. The
increase in the county has been ver
rapid and the county is only getting a
start in the right direction.
There is more money and .quicker
returns in this county oh hogs and
hog feed crops than anything the
farmers can raise, and no matter how
many go into the business, the mar market
ket market cannot be over stocked. On the
other hand, the more we raise the
better prices will be obtained.
A 3IERITED HONOR
Capk F. E. Weihe has received
from the military department of the
state the fifteen-year service medal,
which he has won by continuous and
faithful service since November, 1902.
LOOK HERE, OLD MAIDS
I want one of you for my life com companion.
panion. companion. I a man old man, don't drink
whisky or use tobacco in any form.
I can take care of you if you feel in inclined
clined inclined to come and let use see what
we can .do about it. If you happen
to be a widow, that need not bar you.
Address J. Parsons, Box 102, Ocala,
Fla. 22-2t

FLORIDA MEN MAY NOT
GO TO FliCE
A Report is Out that They May be
Among the Troops Retained
in America
i
Washington, Nov. 22. Some of the
Florida National Guard organizations
may not go to France after all. It
may-be necessary to keep some of the
National Guard units in this country
to enforce the proclamation against
alien enemies. The units which will
be held at home for this purpose
have not yet been announced.
NO FAVORS ASKED
B! THE NATIONALS
President Tener Says Special Ea:
emption is Not Desired by
'' 1 His Players
(Associated Press)
New York,' Nov. 22. The National
League will not ask for special -exemption
for its players and is not in
sympathy with any "selfish" plan to
favor its players President Tener de declared
clared declared here today.
BETTER THAN EVER
One of the best features of the
Marion County Fair for the last four
years has been Gerig's drugstore,
probably the greatest all-around con- N
venience at the fair grounds.
This good little store will be in
operation again this year, with a
stock not only of drugs, conven conveniences,
iences, conveniences, "first-aids," cigars and soda soda-water,
water, soda-water, but also ice cream. It will
have a telephone and it wants to see
all its old friends and numbers of new
ones.
CHILDREN'S DAY AT THE FAIR
Friday after Thanksgiving will be"
Children's Day and all school chil children
dren children and teachers will be admitted
free. Where a majority of the pupils
and the teachers of a. school attend
the day will be counted as taught.
J. H. Brinson,- Supt.
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 something
thing something that can't be described or ex exaggerated;
aggerated; exaggerated; real geiscrs und-sr 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.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. XI
We are local agents for the popu popular
lar popular "Jonteel" toilet articles. Gerig's
Drug Store.
A full assortment of the famous
PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
the small fall garden. Ocala Seed
Store. i tf
Be sure to visit the Rexall : Store
at the fair grounds. Gerig's.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22 1917

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Electros must 'be mounted, or charge
will be made for mounting.
. An American should feel sorry.-, for
Russia.
Lake county, has a fine company
home guards, a hundred strong.
of
... Russia may be brought back,, -but
,wf doubt that it will ever come, back.
W. W. Flournoy and Gov., Catts
have come to theparting of the ways.
The age limit for recruits in the
Marine" Corps has been reduced to 17
years.
Two million persons in Missouri
alone' have pledged themsefves to
conserve food.
Pugilists are being used to make
our soldiers physically fit o; grapple,
with the Germans.
Th national Y. M. C. A. asked for
thirty-fiyf million dollars apdjthe na na-tioikgavejt
tioikgavejt na-tioikgavejt fifty.
The countries at war with the
Teuton, allies contain 75 per cent, of
the world's population.
Sidney Webb, the English political
economist, says that the world faces
a famine after the war.
Germany is handng ..out A irpn
crossess indiscrimiratlyeVen.tp,
camp cooks a,n4:ga;rej)frs. s
It is predicted, that within a month
we will all have to eat war bread
made under a' government formula. ;
Great Britain has been spending
7,000 ,t00 a day in this country since
the United' States entered the war.5
We are glad New York has clothed
its women with the ballot. They .were
getting ''rather too shy of other duds.
Americans of the Hillquit brand
would have this country in the same
condition Russia is in if theyjiad their
way.
i -.
The government has ; conscripted
every, available" stick of; southern pine
in an effort to speed up the wooden
fleet program.
Dr. Woods Hutchinson, says that
the death rate perannum in this war
does not; exceed; 5 per cent, of the
total number; engaged.
A Long Island, N. Y., grocer is of
fering as a premium, instead of trad
mg: stamps, a lump of. sugar with
;very ten-cent purchase. ;
The. new war tax bill, which raised
- prices of. commodities from even to
dd figures, is responsible for an an annoying
noying annoying scarcity of pennies.
Ex-President Taft. of Kansas City
said that "all sections of -the country
must be aroused to lick Germany,' be
fore we can hope to win the war.'
The Elgin, 111., butter board, which
ias controlled butter prices in the
United States for the past fifty years,,
is closed for the period of the war.
One hundred and twentv-two thou-
sand employees-of the Pennsylvania
railroad have subscribed over nine
million dollars to the second Liberty
A week from today is Thanksgiving
aay. we, hope that the friends and
relatives of the men of Comnanv A
and the, other Marion county men, in
the camps and .ranks have planned
and will fill Thanksgiving, boxes for

any, his comrades will have enough to
divide with him without stinting

themselves.
NEVER STOP KNITTING
The question as to whether Amer
ican women are doing a good work in
knitting sweaters, mufflers, wristlets,
ete for the soldiers, seems pretty
weli covered by the following from
the St. Petersburg Independent:
More About Sweaters
Members of the local Red Cros
chapter who have labored hard all
summer and fall to make sweaters
for the soldiers and sailors, were
righteously indignant that Secretary
Baker and Secretary Daniels should
say that the work they have been do doing
ing doing is not necessary. The ladies have
given their time and energy and
money to, the cause and they resented
criticism. There has been in the
country considerable debate over the
sweater question and to determine
whether or not the energies of the
women are being used in the wrong
direction, the New York Tribune sent
one of its staff reporters to Washing Washington
ton Washington to talk with Secretary Baker and
Secretary -Daniels. The interviews
published in the Independent yester yesterday
day yesterday were given to the Tribune re
porter. It is not at all probable that
the officials were misquoted. The in-j
terviews appeared last Thursday.
Since, then, in the Official Bulletin of
Saturday, : Secretary Baker has this
statement:,
"Ah apparent misunderstanding
has arisen in some quarters regard regarding
ing regarding the attitude of the war depart-
ment toward the knitting of sweaters
and comforts for our soldiers. The
department Jias in no sense discour discouraged
aged discouraged .the furnishing of such gar garments
ments garments through" tbe American Red
Cross and is appreciative of the spirit
which" prompts American women in
their knitting for the troops. It is
true that a sweater, is not included, in
the regular equipment of the army
and it .is not regarded as an abso
lutely essential garment. However,
a knitted "sweater is a garment of
great serviceability and constitutes a
welcome addition to a soldier's equip
ment, particularly when the soldier
is "bp duty in the rigorous climate of
France While the department itself
has not officially called upon any or
ganization to supply sweaters, cer
tain divisions of the army have, made
such requisitions and have been
gratified that the supply was avail available
able available The work of American women
who desire to add this comfortable
article" to the clothing supplied the
soldier by the war department v is
worthy of encouragement,"
WWTL- 'ITa I'm. ' iA '"' X JJ-J X
inis siaiement was mienaea to
tone own the statement given to the
Tribune, .but in the, mam it is about
what the i; secretary said in the Tri-
oune. -.lie is rat-nex, DacKing up in nis
second, statement, realizing that he
would stir up a lot of trouble by his
first statement.
Coming I on 1 top of Secretary Dan-
iels' and Secretary Baker's state statements"
ments" statements" came an urgent appeal to the
womep pfhe country, for more knit knitted
ted knitted sweaters spcks and wristlets for
tho soldiers and sailors. This was
issued by the Red Cross War Council
in a statement disclosing that the
Red Cross has been obliged to buy
half a million machine-made sweat
ers to meet immediate "demands.
"It is imperative that all of the
sweaters, -wristlets and socks that
can ; possibly vbe made by the women
of the country should be turned in to
the supply department at the earliest
possible date. With the cold weathei
coming on, the demand for sweaters,
especially, has been beyond the ca
pacity of all our resources to supply.
The requests of our organization in
France for .sweaters and knitted
goods have had to remain unsatisfied
on account of our inability to secure
enough for men in our own army and
navy. We call upon the women to
give up their very best effort from
now until at least January 1, that wt-
may be able to furnish our men with
these comforts and have some to
spare for the dire needs in France."
The women of St. Petersburg pro propose
pose propose to keep on knitting and .feel that
their work- is appreciated by the sol soldiers
diers soldiers and is well worth while. And
it is worthy of special notice that the
knitting is not in place of .any other
work, but is in addition to the regu regular
lar regular Red Cross work in hospitals.
"We are frozen out on the open
pier and in the open boats, especially
ati night, and a boy will steal a
sweater rather than a gold watch."
This is the kind of letters received
constantly by the comforts commit committee
tee committee of the Navy League, and which
convinces the women who are knit knitting
ting knitting for the sailors that their laboi
is not wasted.
Said Mrsl Herbert xL. Satterlee,
chairman of the comforts committee:
"Stop knitting ? Certainly not. We
are going to keep right on, and we
are working, harder Ithanj ever, now
that winter is so close at hand."
" To offset the secretary's statement
women, all over ; the city were indig indignantly
nantly indignantly producing letters from grate grateful
ful grateful soldiers and sailors, in which" they
described the discomforts of life in
the open and the joys of the sweater.
r It seems to the Star that the ques question
tion question of who is responsible for the
noisy engine at the city plant should
be answered by Twpmbly & Henney.
They knew v what was wanted, they
had,, the confidence of the council and
most of the citizens, the De 'La
Vergne. engine was" put in, instead of
the, one, originally intended, by their

advice, or at least with their consent,
and they knew very well it. would not
have, been accepted if the. council, had
known what a disturber of the peace
it. would be. The matter of this en engine
gine engine is a black mark on their hitherto
fine record, and we think it is up to
them to make amends to the city
which entrusted them with its work.

BUSINESS HOUSES
SHOULD CLOSE
It's the Star's opinion that it would
be most appropriate and salubrious
for all our business houses, except of
course, eating places and refresh refreshment
ment refreshment stands, to close on Thanksgiv Thanksgiving
ing Thanksgiving day. It wouldn't hurt them to
close all day, and at the least they
should shut their doors at noon or 1
p. m. It will be the only chance their
employes will have to see the .fair,
and all should see it. We understand
a paper asking the different houses
to close, will be circulated, and we
hope it will be unanimously signed.
The business man who shuts up shop
and lets his employes have half a
day's rest may be sure that the pub public
lic public will like him better for his so do doing.
ing. doing. We do not blame the editor of oui
morning contemporary for being dis distressed
tressed distressed by the noise at the city plant.
It happens that he lives right where
the greatest volume of the noise
strikes, and it is most distressing to
any nervous person. It hasn't the
rhythm of regularly running machin
ery, the steadiness of which would
accustom the ear to its noise, but is
a succession of staccato reports,
which tno hearing. can become used to.
Still, we don t think Mr. Harris is
entirely fair to the council. His ut utterances,
terances, utterances, give his readers the impres impression
sion impression that, the council accepted this en
gine knowing its deficiency, and is
now keeping it running in gross dis disregard
regard disregard of the feelings of the public.
Perhaps he hasn't intended to give
that impression," but that is the way
his paper reads. We think that
common fairness demands that he
state the truth, which is that no mem member
ber member of the council knew the engine's
failing until.it was first used; also,
that during the greater part of the
time since it commenced to operate
it has been necessary to either use
the engine or let. the city go in dark
ness. Neither have we seen m his
paper anywhere that the council is
doing everything in its power to have
the trouble corrected tho he could
have found out that it was by a few
minutes talk with the. councilmen or
the superintendent. .. There has never
been in his paper a word about the
loss of an important part of the
steam engine, of the amval of an ex
pert from the De La Vergne plant, ot
the preparations made to muffle the
engine as soon as it caiybe kept still
long enough, of the great difficulty to
obtain wood or any of the other
things, which should-be printed as
news, if not in justice to the council.
Annoying as the noise made .by the
engine is, the council Has at least an
other matter to consider, and that is
lighting the city. It can't iffprd to
have the town plunged jn darkness,
and we dont think that even tfye peo
ple living near the plant want their
lights, cut off. If the oil engine shut;
down when there is no other engine
to take its place, not only, light, but
power would be cut off. For one
thing, there would be many days

A Frepch physiologist described man as a "digestive tube with arrangements for locomotion arid guidance.
It is commonly said; that mpst people w dig their graves with their teeth." The disastrous effects of constipation
have always been well known. It is easily understood 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 called auto -intoxication. It is apparent, there therefore,
fore, therefore, that the first necessity is to cleanse. the intestines
thoroughly,
The best method, for cleansing the whole
intestinal tract and urging the liver into activity is
to- 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 gives tone to the.Jbowels
This .was. jfirst made nearly fifty, years ago, and sold by
almost all druggifts as Dr.. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets.
Such simple means will prevent auto-intoxication.
People are realizing that" the kidneys, just
as do the bowels, need to be flushed occasion occasionally.
ally. occasionally. The kidneys are an elimjnative organ and,

are constantly working, separating the poisons from the blood. Uric acid backs up into the system, causing'
rheumatism, -neuralgia, dropsy .and many other serious disturbances.
This can be avoided by stimulating the kidneys to increased action, and because of its tonic effect
on -these organs I would advise any one to purchase Anuric (double or triple strength), which is to be had
nowadays at almost. any drug store, and take -it three T times a day." Also drink hot water before meals. r

when the Banner couldn't be printed,
and it is no spirit of flattery, but ab absolute
solute absolute justice, that causes us to say
that there are quite a, number of peo people
ple people in Ocala who would put up with
a great deal of annoyance rather than

go without their morning paper.
While he is excusable is being great-
ly worried. Editor Harris should re- j
member that his ox isn't the only;
one that is being gored. j
When you read of the women of j
the idle rich knitting in their autoes ;
and: theater boxes, you can't help but I
think of certain characters described
in Matthew vi: 5. Ocala is lucky in
not having any women of the idle rich.
The Times-Union gives us a verj
timely sermon on the misuse of the
word don't. It is one of the most
hateful words in the English lan language
guage language and shouldn't be used unless
absolutely necessary.
The sudden and successful offen
sive of the British on the western J
front without artillery preparation
shows the Teutons must have been
intensely surprised, or their troops;at
that point must have greatly deter deteriorated
iorated deteriorated in morale.
We will have one great thing to be
thankful for next Thursday, and that
is that America is no longer a molly mollycoddle
coddle mollycoddle among nations.
. A few weeks ago, it might have
been a saying in this state, "uneasy
heaves the breast that wears. a sher
iff's badge." Now one can say, "Un "Uneasy
easy "Uneasy lies the head that depends on
the. favor of Catts."
Sir Richard Cooper, in an address
before the British house of commons,
declared that the German spy system
in Europe was more powerful than
an army of 1,000,000 men.
It is estimated that the incendiary
fires of Germanic .origin; in this country-
since America entered the wai
have caused losses equivalent to the
cost of providing a year's rations for
300,000 men.
Camp Devens at Ayer, Mass., has
been denounced as a "cold storage
plant" and a "$7,000,000 blunder,"
because it is "impossible to intern
40,000 soldiers Mn winter quarters in
a New .England forest."
A prominent German paper, com complaining
plaining complaining of the prohibitive prices
charged to farm wprkprs, shows that
socks costing ten cents in peace
times now cost $1, boots that cost
$3 now cost $30, and women's aprons
that formerly cost 30 cents now cost
$3.
If Governor Catts gives Florida a
cross-peninsular ship canal his mem memory,
ory, memory, will need no tables of brass or
tower of frozen stone to keep it green.
Tampa Tribune.
It sure wont.
A good -many people who
Hearst's papers are afflicted
Hearsteria.
read
with
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daily at the Delicatessen Shop, Ocaia
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OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 32. 1917

PAGE TUBUS

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OCALA

WHEN YOU HAVE PAID YOUR
RENT YOU HAVE
KISSED IT GOODBYE
W,hy not pay a small amount each
month and see it go into
YOUR OWN HOME
I have a number of houses you car
buy that way at
$10 A MONTH
call and see my list of houses from
$1000.00 up.
L F1. MURRAY
Room 5 Holder Dlk. Ocala, Fla.

KEPT HER AWAKE
The Terrible Pains in Back &sd
Sides. Cardci Gave Relief.

Marksville, La. Mrs. Alice Johnson,
of this place, writes: "For one year I
suffered with an awful misery in my back
and sides. My left side was hurting me
al the iime.yThe misery was something
awfuL
I could not do anything, not even sleep
Bt night. It kept me awake most cf the
night ... 1 took different medicines, but
nothing did me any good or relieved me
until 1 took Cardui .
1 was not able to do any of my work
for one year and I got worse all the time,
was confined to my bed off and on. 1 got
so bad with my back that when I stooped
down I was not able" to straighten up
again . I decided 1 would try Cardui
. . By time I had taken the entire bottle
I was feeling "pretty good and could
straighten up and my pains were nearly
a'4 gone.
I shall always praise Cardui. I con continued
tinued continued taking it until I was strong and
jwtU." If you suffer from pains due to
female complaints, Cardui may be just
what you need. Thousands o women
who once suffered in this way now praise
Cardui for their present good health.
Give it a trial. NC-133

KM 111 AFFAIRS

If You Have Any News for this De-

partment, Call Two-One-Five
or Two-Seven
Oliver-Rentz
A wedding of much interest thru thru-out
out thru-out the state was the one of Miss
Martha Kate Rentz, of Carrabelle,
and Senator Homer Lee Oliver, of

Apalachicola. The ceremony was
performed at the pretty home of the
bride's cousin, Mr. and Mrs. S. M.
Pierce.
Before the service Miss Grace Jul Julian
ian Julian of Lake City, very beautifully
sang "Because," and promptly at two
o'clock to the strains of the Men Men-delsahtm
delsahtm Men-delsahtm wedding march, played by
Miss Irene Garrett, of Jacksonville,
the bridal party took their places be before
fore before an improzised altar of ferns and
golden wedding chrysanthemums.
Mrs. Frank Cochran .of Tallahas Tallahassee
see Tallahassee as matron of honor, "was 'gowned
beautifully in blue Georgette crepe,
wearing a black picture hat and car carrying
rying carrying golden wedding chrysanthe chrysanthemums.
mums. chrysanthemums. She was followed by the maid
of honor, Miss Louise Rentz, the
only sister of the bride, who was
most attractively gowned in white
taffeta, with tulle trimmings, carry carrying
ing carrying chrysanthemums.
The bride entered with her father,'
carrying a shower bouquet of sweet
peas arfd lilies of the valley. She
was charming in a coat suit of
panne velvet with trimmings of buff,
and accessories to match. Mr. Oliver
had as his best men Mr. S. E. Teague,
who is president of the Apalachicola
State Bank. The impressive troth
and ring ceremony was performed by
Rev. W. T. Brantley of Apalachicola.
The bride is the oldest daughter of
Mr. E. P. Rentz of Carrabelle. For
many years she lived in Ocala where
she was popular among a wide circle
of friends. For the past two years
she has been a student of the Florida
State College for Women, and is a
member of the Kappa Delta fratern fraternity.
ity. fraternity. Mr. Oliver is a most popular young
man throughout the state. For many
years he has been connected with th
Apalachicola State. Bank as- cashier,
and was recently elected to the state
senate.
The happy couple left immediately
for Washington, New York and other
eastern points and will be at home to
their many friends after December
the first in Apalachicola. Apalachi Apalachicola
cola Apalachicola Times.
Men and Women of America:
On December 17, 1917, your Amer American
ican American Red Cross will launch a cam campaignits
paignits campaignits Christmas membership
drive rfor ten million new members.
By January 1, 1918, the American
Red Cross will have ten million new
members. It will have them because,
lacking them, it cannot do all that
the world, from out this agony of
war against war, is crying upon it to
do, and do quickly. Now, if ever be before,
fore, before, all of you should belong to the
American Red Cross. There should
be not ten million, but twenty mill million,
ion, million, forty million new members.
The above appeal for members ap appeared
peared appeared in the latest Red Cross Bulle Bulletin
tin Bulletin issued in Washington. This
Christmas campaign will begin in
Ocala fair week, and out of. oui
30,000 population we are asked for
1000 new members. Surely one.
thirtieth of our population will join
during that time. Our membership
booth will be open at all hours dur during
ing during the fair. While a thousand is
comparatively small, we have a big
work before us to enroll that number

before Christmas, and most of them
must come from the county, as the
bulk of Ocala people are already Red
Cross members.
Fair visitors, come with one little
extra dollar, and don't pass the Red
Cross booth; pay your "dollar, give
your, name and become a Christmas
member. tf
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Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Bridges have
returned home from a week's visit in
Jacksonville.
Mrs. Jewell Wells, who has been in
Ocala at the Colonial for four days
in the interest of the lyceum course,
left this morning for Tampa.
Mrs. Standley has returned home
from a delightful two weeks visit to
her daughter, Mrs. Lee Miller at
Whitney. ,' v
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Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S., will
hold its regular meeting Thursday,
Nov. 22, at 7:30 o'clock. There will
be initiation. 4t
Mrs. E. C. Jackson arrived in Ocala
yesterday afternoon from Jefferson,
Ga., to spend the winter with her
daughter, Mrs. W. M. Gober and
family on Ocklawaha avenue.
.4 :
Mrs. E. J. Cardy arriveTi in Ocala
yesterday from Clearwater to spend
the winter with her son and daughter-in-law,
Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Scott
and Mr. and Mrs. John Taylor.
-
KMiss Mary Helen Alleyn has ar arrived
rived arrived in Ocala from New Orleans to
spend a couple of months with ner
brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and
Mrs. John W. Alleyn and family at
the home of Mrs. R. L. Bridges on
Fort King avenue.
Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe" left last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday for Jacksonville to see her son,

Prof. Karl Weihe, who left Monday

for Chicago, where he will study op

tometry. Mrs. Weihe will return
home in time for Thanksgiving and
will; be accompanied by her daughter-in-law
;who will spend about six
months in Ocala.

Spain-Whaley Cards
Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Russell Whaley
request the honor of your presence
at the marriage of their daughter
Julia Blanche
to
Mr. James Dudley Spain
on Tuesday, the eleventh of December
. nineteen hundred and seventeen
at twelve o'clock
Three hundred and nine Ocklawaha
avenue, Ocala, Florida
The above card was received by
the many friends of Miss Whaley
this morning.
Miss Whaley's marriage to Mr.
Spain will be a pretty home wedding,
and the ceremony will be performed
by Mr. Stephens of the Baptist
church, as the bride's pastor. Dr. J.
M. Gross, will attend the Methodist
conference to be held in 'Miami that
week.
-There will be-no attendants at this
wedding. Miss Hattie Lou Dickison
of Madison, will sing before and during-;
the 'ceremony, and will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by t Miss Byrd Wartmann.
A wedding breakfast will be served
immediately after the. ceremony and

Mr. Spain and his bride will leave on
the 1 o'clock train for a month's visiv
in New York city. On their return,
they will visit Mr. Spain's relatives
in Talbotton, Ga., and then come tu
Ocala for a brief visit before going
to Americus or Macon, in all prob probability
ability probability ihe' latter place, where they
expect to board for the present.
Among the out of town guests at
this wedding will be Mr. Spain's sis sister,
ter, sister, Mts. J. S. Cahill of Tarlton, Ga.,
Miss Whaley's aunt and uncle, Miss
Hattie Lou Dickison and Mr. Plimley

Dickison of Madison, and another
uncle, Mr. Clayte Dickison of Jack Jacksonville.
sonville. Jacksonville. Federation Dots
The convention of the Florida Fed Federation
eration Federation of Women's Clubs opened in
due ford Tuesday night in Tampa.
The Florida Federation now has
176 affiliated clubs, and of member membership
ship membership more than 9,000.
There are two candidates in sight
for president of the federation to suc succeed
ceed succeed Mrs. W. S. Jennings. They are
Mrs. Edgar Lewis of Fort Pierce and
Mrs. T. V. Moore of Miama.
Miss Louise Meigs of Jacksonville,
now director, is seeking re-election
and Mrs. W. S. Jennings will run for
the same office.

(Continued on Fourth Page)

THE FLORENTINE MUSICIANS
Will Appear at

TEMPLE THEATER
FRIDAY EVENING lWV.

Under the Auspices of the Alkahest Lyceum Bureau

The Florentine Company is Composed of All Stars. Such a Com Combination
bination Combination in a Company is Really Exceptional, and if you fail to
witness this performance you will miss a. grand treat.

Tickets on Sale at Temple Theater and
Court Phamacy

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The profit and loss account of America is being written by machinery.
Methods that made men rich yesterday will make them poor today. The nose nosebag
bag nosebag has no place in a progressive community.
With corn at one dollar a bushel and gasoline at twenty odd cents a gal gallon
lon gallon the most extravagant truck is a money saver. But the

is the thriftiest truck ever built. A penny cbunter, a general expen' reducer.
The greatest single force for better business that the past year has v itnessed.
At this moment when conservation of energy, time and dollars is so vital to
national welfare, when merchants are making so many unexpected outlays
the Maxwell is fighting for economical administration, laboring day and night
at a minimum wage and furnishing competent and reliable transportation at
the lowest load cost at which goods have been carried in our time.
Maxwell maintenance and repair bills are the lowest of record.
It furnishes American Commerce, never so sadly in need of labor, a truck
which even a boy can operate and understand.
Just the right size for the average firm. 2400 pounds. But muscled for
giant burdens. Worm drive a feature hitherto associated with the highest
priced trucks.
Sold under the same guarantee as $5000 trucks are. Electric lights and
generator. 10-foot loading space. 16 miles to the gallon. The lowest priced
one-ton truck in the world and sold on liberal terms. $985: and it will earr
its cost out of the savings it effects.
Pays its way from day to day.
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FOUR

OCALA EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 22, 1917

i Mr. J. A. Pittan has returned
from his visit to Tennessee.
Make yourself at home at our store
,at the fair grounds. Gerig's.
Mr. E. C. Bennett, Mr. Rogers and
Mr. C. W. Hunter motored to Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville this morning to spend the day
at the Alachua fair.
Have your prescriptions filled at
, Gerig's by registered pharmacists, tf
Everybody was interested this
morning in the balloon sent up by the
Court Pharmacy. With the Allied
flags flying, it made a brilliant splash
of color against a fleecy cloud. '' :
1 Fresh milk, Hewett Dairy, at the
Delicatessen Shop, 15c. quart. 12-tf
In giving account 'of the disposal
of the truck fund, we unintentionally
passed Mrs. J. F. Pelot. Mrs. Pelot
. gave a part of her donation to the
tobacco fund and the remainder to
the crippled children at the hospital.
We will have a full line ig cigars,
cigarettes, soda water and ice cream
at the fair. Gerig's Drug tSore.
A telegram from Camp Wheeler to
Buford Leitner, in care of the Star,
this morning, said that Sergeant
James Leitner of Company A was
seriously ill, in the camp hospital, but
was receiving the best of care. The
Star rushed the message to the Leit Leitner
ner Leitner home at Griner Farm. Sergeant
Leitner's sister left on the afternoon
train, to be with her brother.
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Chesapeake Bay Oysters received
daily at the Delicatessen Shop, Ocaia
Hou S3 block. 17-T
Syrup bottle corks. Anti-Monopoly.
A good many people who read
Hearst's papers are afflicted with
Hearsteria.
Star ads. are business builders.
You can buy your Dread, pies,
cakes, buns,, etc., .cheaper from us
than you can bake, them .yourself.
Carter's Bakery. tf
The Ocaleean Ensign,; the high
school paper, is out today. It is a
very neat and bright-looking publica publication.
tion. publication. Closing it up last evening caus caused
ed caused an unusual scene in the Star of office.
fice. office. Misses Rozelle Watson, Felicia
Williams and Miriam Connor came in
to read the final proofs. They took,
possession of the editorial tripod,
running the old man away from his
table and chair. With their bright
faces and pretty dresses, in the dusty,
grimy corner, and by the table with
its littey of papers, they looked like
roses In anashheap. The editor is
looking forward to next publication
, day, in hopes they will come again.
PLUMBING AND ELECTRICAL
CONTRACTING
When you have plumbing or elec
trical contracting, let us furnish, you
estimates.' No job too large and none
too small, tf H. W. Tucker.
Army trench mirrors 25c. Army
shaving brushes 50c. and 75c. at
.Gerig's. 29-tf
t
FELLOWSHIP
Fellowship, Nov. 22. For the past
two days any one passing thru this
neighborhood would have thought the
Germans had landed here with the ex exception
ception exception of their large guns. The quail
have had a tough time.
Mrs; H. W. Rawls and three chil children
dren children of Montgomery are visiting in
this vicinity for a short while.
Everybody and their cousins are
making syrup. The quality is good
but the yield is poor.
Mr. C. C. Stephens had the mis misfortune
fortune misfortune to lose his fine mare Tuesday
morning.
We are glad to report that Mrs. S.
J McCully and Miss Lora Brooks are
recovering from a f good case .of la la-grippe,
grippe, la-grippe, to the delight of their many
. friends. : : ;
Miss Mattie Mills, who is teaching
' at Lynne, was the guest of her par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs, G. W. Mills Sat Saturday
urday Saturday and Sunday.
Mrs. H. M. McCully and Miss
Elizabeth McCully of Jacksonville,
. are the guests of Mr. and Mrs. S. J.
McCully.
Mr. W. B. Rawls had the misfor-
tune to scald his foot last Monday.
Mr. Scott of Oak was a caller the
first of the week with a view of pur
chasing a home.
V Rev. R. Strickland of Oak preach preached
ed preached a,, very interesting and instructive
sermon at Fellowship church last
Sunday afternoon. v
Messrs. Russell and Hadsock and
Cecil Hadsock of York attended the
cane grinding at Mr. and Mrs. G. W.
- Mills' Tuesday night.
Mr. C. B. Rawls of Ocala is ; the
guest of Mr. ami Mrs. W. B. Rawls
for a few days.
THE GOOD FAIRY
Tea Rooms
1 SERVICE A LA CARTE
8 A. M. to 7 :30 P. M. I
m, ; N.. MainSt., Opposite Postofiice

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SI3I SI3I-A
A SI3I-A ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES: Six line maximum, one
time 25c; three times 50c ; six times
73c; ene month $3. Payable In advance.
1 DR. D. M. BONEY
Hikir I "My Optician"
EYESIGHT
SPECIALIST
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-.
U JACKSON VILLE. FLORIDA
FOR TOURING CAR FOR SALE
A 1913 model, in good condition. Ap Apply
ply Apply at the Maxwell Agency. 22-4t
GLASSES LOST Somewhere be between
tween between town and my desidence on the
Anthony road, a pair of eye-glasses.
Finder please return to W. L. Col Colbert
bert Colbert and receive reward. 22-6 1
"A Hearst Weekly will also be shown
at the Temple tonight with Fools for
Luck. ; '
WANTED An office boy with a bicy bicy-cle.
cle. bicy-cle. Apply at Star office.
LOST On Ocala and Belleview road,
ladies' pocketbook containing a small
amount o chaoge. Finder please re return
turn return to Star office. It d&w
FOR SALE A Conover piano in
splendid shape. Collier Bros., phone
296, Ocala, Fla. 19-tf
FOR SALE One carload nice beef
steers. Write Fairfield 'Naval Stores
Co., Fairfield, Fla. 19-6t
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 street. 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. 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 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
FOR SALE At a ; bargain, ten-acre
farm, 3 miles from Ocala, half mile
east of Summerfield road. All cleared
and fenced; good well; 10 bearing or orange
ange orange trees; 5 grape vines; good
house. Address Boscoe C. Walters,
Box 131 A, Route B, Ocala, Fla. 6t
FOR RENT House on East Broad Broadway,
way, Broadway, six rooms1 and bath, i Apply i to
Mrs. McDowell, Ft; King avenue, or
phone 179. 11-10-tf
FOR SALE Small Buick four-passenger
touring car in good repair;
new tires. Belleview : Trading f Co.,
Belleview, Fla. . 9-19t
FOR SALE A dandy little farm
1 miles north of courthouse; 20
acres, all under fence; nice Louse and
good bearing grape vines. $1,500
cash. Address "W. T.," care Ocala
Star. 23-lm
WANTED Men's second hand shoes.
YouH be surprised at the amount of
real money you can get for them. A.
Slott, one door east of 10. store,
Ocala, Fla. 29-418t
LOST One new unwrapped Firestone
tire; left by roadside near Anthony oi
lost between Anthony and Ocala.
Party, who finds same will please re
turn 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
is all Paint. It costs no more per gal gallon
lon gallon than the Ready-Mixed kind, and
you get two gallons for one.
Ask the dealer or get our color
card for explanation. 6
' For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO.
Ocala. Fla.
We "will have free telephone service
at the fair grounds. Gerig's.
Vick's Salve 25c. Anti-Monopoly, tf

mmm

(Continued front Third Page,
The Florentine Musicians
Andrew JVissochi heads the Floren Florentine
tine Florentine Musicians, the attractive musical
organization to be heard at the Tem Temple
ple Temple tomorrow night. Not long since
the Florentines appeared at Fayette Fayette-ville,
ville, Fayette-ville, Ohio, and thisis, the report
turned in on Vissochil
"Andrew Vissochi, performer on
the concert accordion, is a rather
small Italian with a large gift for
music. What shall we say of him?
It is as difficult to give a just crit criticism
icism criticism of him as it is for a Tar Heel
to pronounce his name. He comes
upon the stage having strapped to
his body a musical instrument which
looks like a miniature piano or a
mammoth accordion. When he be begins
gins begins to manipulate it, he becomes a
Sousa playing crashing marches, cor cornet
net cornet solos, trombone solos; he change
to a Verdi banging out the 'Anvil
Chorus,' wailing the 'Miserere,' play playing
ing playing sweet Italian melodies; then he is
the messenger bringing back the old
Southern songs, 'Massa's in the Cold,
Cold Ground,' 'Old Black Joe,' etc.;
now he is the modern performer,
grinding out with rythm and flow
that one never thought was in them
the ragtime pieces. Vissochi, with
his accordian, becomes an animated
ensemble of staccatos, andantes,
larghettos, allegrettos, fortissimos,
sharps and flats, naturals and inci incidentals,
dentals, incidentals, minors and majors, and all
things else in the gamut of musical
expression that haven't gone out of
style. And he passes it out to his
hearers with an evident relish and a
light upon his Florentine countenance
that gives added zest to those drink drinking
ing drinking the melody. Unlike the ladies of
his company, Vissochi cannot be said
to be pretty or handsome, but in his
face are cut deeply the lines of fine
humor, and out of his dark eyes there
beams kindliness, as if Italia's golden
Just Received
Shipment of
Automobiles
Model Four Ninety
D.W.T0MPKINS,
Dealer.
T. L. THOMPSON,
- Sales Manager.
Say (Cliev-Ro-Lay)
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.

W

sunshine and blue skies had left their
light in them for good words."
Some outburst, we'd say, but folks
who have heard Vissochi isay he really
deserves it.

"Fools for Luck"
"Fools for Luck" is to be the best
picture shown at the Temple this
week, so if you can't go to the "whole
six, choose "Fools for Luck." It is a
photo comedy adapted from Kenneth
Harris' "Talisman," which ran in the
Saturday Evenine Post. It is a storv
of good luck, bad luck, love and other i
things. If you are not a bit super superstitious,
stitious, superstitious, please pass quietly out (for
you won't think it as funny as it will
be to superstitious people) and maybe
the people at the box offi will give
you your money back maybe. There
is a gratifying pleased feeling in
one's breast to watch the self -redemption
of Philander, who had been
a firfn believer in rabbit's foot and
other good luck charms. He gets
down to bedrock and builds the foun foundation
dation foundation of character on his best ef efforts,
forts, efforts, and we see him throw away his
gambling friends and get down heart
and soul to his job. This splendid
picture stars Taylor Holmes and the
incidents in his life will remind you
of those-in your life or in the lives of
your friends.
--.'
Season tickets for the lyceum
course were on sale all dav at the
Temple theater, and reserved seats
1 m i .
aibo ior tne t lorentme Musicians
Friday evening. Mr. Bennett has
chon frnr of the very best of the
attractions m the lyceum course, and
there will be no drv lectures amoner
them, but all bright subjects. Ocala
people nad best take advantage of
these four attractions, for the two
reasons, the most important for the
sake of our city., for if these are not
well patronized this will be the last
lyceum course in Ocala. Second, it
is one -of the best theater attractions
of the season as only one or two good
shows are booked for the winter. The
four attractions if paid for separate separately
ly separately would average 85 cents apiece, but
a season ticket only costs $2. Season
tickets for school children, $1.
Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Caldwell came
home last night from Gainesville,
where they spent the day. at tbe fair.
Mrs. Caldwell had as her guests Mrs.
B. D. Blackburn and her guest from
Tampa, Mrs. Bailey, the trip being
made in Mr. Caldwell's car.
-.
German Music Cut Off
A resolution was passed yesterday
by the Friday Morning Musicale to
eliminate all German music from its
programs after this. Action was; tak taken
en taken as the result of criticisms since
the publication of the year book re recently,
cently, recently, centering especially with the
music for children. Tampa Tribune.
The above was respectfully submit submitted
ted submitted by the program committee and
directors.
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
XOTICE OP SCHOOL
, BONDING ELECTION
Resolution Adopted by the Board of
Public Instruction for the County
of Marlon, State of Florida, at
their Reieralar Meeting; on the 2nd
Day of October, 1917 1
WHEREAS, On the 3rd -day of Oc October,
tober, October, 1917 there was presented to this
board a petition signed by not less
than twenty-five iper cent of the quali qualified
fied qualified electors Tesidlng within Ocala
Special Tax School District Number
One, who are also free holders therein,
requesting that this board call an elec election
tion election pursuant to the laws of Florida,
to determine whether Hbonds in the
amount of Ten Thousand Dollars -shall
be issued by said district.' the proceeds
of which shall be used for discharging
indebtedness incurred iby said district
in .building, enlarging and repairing
school houses within said district, and
furnishing same, which indebtedness
was incurred and the school houses
and furniture mentioned were and are
being used for the exclusive use of the
public free schools in said district; and
"WHEREAS, Upon investigation it
appears that said petition was signed
by not less than twenty-five per cent
of the duty qualified electors residing
within said district, and that the same
Is" in the" form required by law;
NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT RE RESOLVED
SOLVED RESOLVED by the Board of Public In Instruction
struction Instruction for the county of Marion,
state of Florida,, that it is hereby de determined
termined determined at this the first meeting of
cai.i hoard after the receiot of said pe
tition that Ten Thousand Dollars is
the amount of bonds required for the
purpose set forth-in said petition, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: discharging indebtedness incurred
by said district in building, enlarging
and repairing school houses in said
district, and furnishing same, which which-indebtedness
indebtedness which-indebtedness was incurred and the
school houses and furniture mentioned
were and are being used for the ex exclusive
clusive exclusive use of the public free schools
within said district, that the rate of
interest to be paid on said (bonds shall
,be five per cent per annum, payable
annually until said bonds are naid, and
that the principal of said bonds shall J
be due ana payaoie twenty years irom
the date of their Issuance.
I, J. H. Brinson, secretary of the
Board of Public Instruction of Marion
county, state of Florida, hereby cer certify
tify certify that the foregoing is a true copy
of the resolution which it purports to
be, as the same appears on the minutes
of said board.
Witness my hand this 16th day of
October, 1917. J. H. BRINSON,
NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that
on the
- 27th day of November, 1917,
at the circuit court room In Ocala,
Florida, there will be held an election
to determine wbether or not bonds in
the amount of Ten Thousand Dollars,
bearing interest at the Tate of five per
cent per annum, payable annually, and
maturing twenty years from the date
of their issuance, shall be issued by
Ocala Special Tax School District
Number One of Marion county, Florida,
the net proceeds of which shall be
used for the purpose of discharging
indebtedness Incurred by said district
in building, enlarging and repairing
school Irbuses therein, and furnishing
same, which indebtedness was incurred
by said district, and the school houses
and furniture mentioned were and are
being used for the exclusive use of
the public free schools thereof.
Done by order of the Board of Pub Public
lic Public Instruction of Marion county, state
of Florida, at its regular meeting on
the 2nd day of October, 1917.
G. S. SCOTT, Chairman.
J. H. BRINSON, Secretary.
10-18-thur

We Have the Equipment and Ability
To seive you as you ought to b servied, and when you are not let us
ask you again, to let us knew, for thu is the, only way we can accomplish
ur desire.
Of course, sometimes, little things go wrong, but thej aro not"nten not"nten-'..caal,
'..caal, not"nten-'..caal, and, if you will call us up, thj wiii be corrected IU MEDIATELY.
Ocala Ice x Packiee Co.

PHONE 34

lis now a universally acknowledged necessity. No business man is
prepared to meet the daily affairs of his business if he is not pro protected
tected protected with

FIRE INSURANCE

We represent not only the best fire insurance cor paries, but
also the highest class INDEMNITY AND BONDING concerrs in
tb.3 world. Talk is over with us.
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For tickets and reservations call on
W.T.GUY,
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STORAGE BATTERY SERVICE
ANY STORAGE BATTERY RE-CHARGED OR
REPAIRED
Special attention to Prest-o-Lite Batteries in Maxwell Cars. Bring
me your Battery Work. Charge? Reasonable and Service First Class.
YONGE'S BATTERY SERVICE

MAXWELL STATION

SIMM

EH TOUMIST WmE

From Jacksonville to

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

Through tickets to all Eastern resorts, with return limit October
31, 1917, with privilege of stopovers at principal points. Sailings
from Jacksonville via Savannah to Baltimore 7einesday, direct Sun Sunday.
day. Sunday. To Philadelphia direct Thursday. t
Wireless telegraph on all ships. Accommodations unsurpassed. Res Res-erevalions,
erevalions, Res-erevalions, fare or any information cheerfully furnished on appli application.
cation. application. MERCHANTS & MINERS Tl mmm. COMPLY
Jacksonville. Florida
IL C. Ary. Agent. J. F. WARD. T. f. A K D. JONES,-C. A.

THE

WINDSOR
JACKSON VILLE,FLORIDA

In the heart of the city with Hem ming Park for a front yard.
Every moaern convenience in each room. Dining ro:m service is
second to -.none.
RATES From $1.50 per day ptr person to $6. v
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KWANAUGH
Proprietor. .Manager.

Mclver & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and EMBAEMERS
PHONES 47, 104, 305
OCALA, FLORIDA
Chesapeake Bay Oysters received
oaily tt the Delicatessen Shop, Ocala
House block. 17-tf

OCALA, FLA.

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TOURIST
TO THE "VEST
OST LIKE
OF THE SOUTH
J. G. KIRKLAiWlJ. P. A.
-Tampa, ir!r.
OCALA, FLORIDA
Savannah and return... $ 7.tl0
Boston and return ...... $46.O0v
Atlantic City and return $38.25 S
Niagra Falls and return $48.90 i
160 ACRES OF LAND
Price S1GQ0 Cash
Locatsd Six Miles from Ocala
See SAVAGE
Masonic Building, Ocala, Fla,
Jonteel face powder and creams for,
sale at Gerig's Drug Store.

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