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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Fair tonight with
freezing: temperature north, heavy heavy-frost
frost heavy-frost central, light frost to about 25th
parallel; Tuesday fair not so cold.

OCALA, FLORIQA, MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1918.
VOL 25, NO. 6

.JhufcAi. Ai'j&fjC JiUt .ri" -f? Z.

DO BATTLE
In Spite of Their Other Failings, the
Anarchists Evidently are
Not Afraid
(Associated Press).
London, Jan. 7. The Bolsheviki
are
definitely strengthening their
front, Petrograd advices say. The
correspondent of the Daily News ob
tained this information from Mj
Radek, one of the Russian delegates
who took a prominent part in the ne negotiations
gotiations negotiations between the Russians and
" Germans at Petrograd He said the
Bolsheviki intended to send home the
men who did not wish to fight so as
to have room for an army willing to
fight for an ideal.
The Central Powers announce that
in consequence of the Russian demand
that negotiations take place at Stock Stockholm,
holm, Stockholm, the truce is for the present
broken off.
' BRITISH LOSSES
London, Jan. ,7. There has beer
occasional hostile artillery activity
southeast of Messines in Flanders,
the war office report says.
British casualties during the past
week totaled 18,998, it is ; officially
reported.
TEUTONS MORE TRANQUIL
Amsterdam Jan. 7. There has
, been a more calm feeling in parlia parliamentary
mentary parliamentary circles since Sunday after after-.
. after-. noon, according to the Tageblatt, and
the reichslag majority parties intend
firmly to' support the government. On
the other hand the socialists held
meetings Sunday which the Vor-
waertz calls "perhaps the most
momentous" since August, 1914.
RECOGNIZEFINN REPUBLIC

Germany has recognized the Fin Finnish
nish Finnish republic, according to an official
dispatch from Berlin-received here.
" .ii.ii 'i ,- i ii i n i V .ii
ri MARRIAGE OF MISS WALDO I
The "marriagetof Miss Nell Owens
Waldo of Atlanta, 'and Capt. William
Tenn"ant Stockton, U. S." reserve of
Jacksonville, took place Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at 5:39 o'clock at the home
of the bride's parents, Mr. and, Mrs.
A. L. Waldo at 176 Copenhill avenue,
Atlanta. The wedding was a very
; quiet one, owing to the very recent
bereavement of the bride's family,
and also as Capt. Stockton is expect expecting
ing expecting to leave for France at any day.
Mrs. Stockton came to Ocala only
two weeks ago to atend the funeral
of her aunt, Mrs. Nell Owens Waldo,
for whom she was named and to
whom she was4 like a daughter.
'Mrs. Stockton's sister, Mrs. Kate
Waldo, was married five years ago to
Mr. Robert Harrison Jones Jr., 2 a
prominent lawyer of Atlanta, who is
Capt. Stockton's first cousin. -
Mr. James D. Baker of Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, an uncle of the bridegroom, act--"v-d
as best man.
The following from the .Times .Times-'
' .Times-' Union write-up will be especially in interesting:
teresting: interesting:
"The bride is a member of a well
known Georgia family and is a gratf gratf-j
j gratf-j uate of Wesleyan College, in Macon.
She has visited in Jacksonville a
number of times fend has many
friends here. CaptI Stockton, who, is
the son of Mr. and Mrs. John N. C.
Stockton erf. this city, has been sta sta-tioned
tioned sta-tioned at Camp .Gordon for 1 some
time, having received his commission
at the conclusion of the training
school at Fort McPherson.1 He is a
graduate of Princeton University and
later received a degree from 'Oxford
University in England. For the past
three years 'he has been practicing
-ws law in Jacksonville."

AUTOMOBILE WRECK
Passersby on the Lake Weir road
this morning report a bad wreck of a
small car loaded with seven colored
people early this morning at the foot
of the high hill, coming this way, two
mijes this side of North Lake .Weir.
There were four men, one woman, a
baby in arms and a four-year-old
child. All were more or less hurt,
except the baby, which was uninjur uninjured.
ed. uninjured. Some of them were quite ser seriously
iously seriously injured. The driver lost con control
trol control of the car and it turned over and
over.
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.
A carload of cotton seed direct from
Edisto Island, S. C, assures you free
zpi "do your bit' to help your gov gov-ubm
ubm gov-ubm from boll weevil. Get yours now,
eminent. Smith Grocery Company. 3t

PUBLIC HELPLESS
ADOUT PRICES

Obliged to Sit Still While Govern Government
ment Government and Coal Miners
Fight It Out
(Associated Press)
Washington, January 7 Clifford
Thorne, of Chicago, who told the Se Se-atepnvestigating
atepnvestigating Se-atepnvestigating committee today he
hstcT made a study of the coal situa situation
tion situation for the past six months, declar declared
ed declared government price fixing had ad
vanced prices; that the operators
were making excessive profits and
that the public didn't have sufficient
voice in the governmental investiga investigation
tion investigation to gain datad for price regula
tion.
TOOK UP TWO
SIGHTLESS TIGERS
Marshal Carter and his two. effici
ent assistants. Policemen Smith and
Pelot, rounded up two' sightless tig
ers Saturday night and Sunday morn morning,
ing, morning, t
The first was Jim Dawkms, who is
a chronic suspect with the police.
Officers Smith and Pelot raided his
quarters Saturday; night. vThey did
not find anyf liquor on the premises,
but, found a quart on 'Jim. As Jim
was on parole, lacking, about a week
of finishing a previous sentence for a
similar offense, this find meant the
celbs for him
Sunday morning, early, the mar
shal and both, patrolmen invaded the
happy home of -Henry Williams and
there found a steamer trunk in which
were a few bottles of booze and about
200 .empty cartons. As they went
down to- the city hall, Carter who, is
most as strong as Sampson, toting the
trunk, Henry made a break for lib liberty.
erty. liberty. Ocala officers are not as mur murderous
derous murderous as those of some other cities,"
so they chased4 Henry instead of
shootine him. Henry doubled and
turned, and finally slipped in the side
door of the Harrington. Unfortunate Unfortunately
ly Unfortunately for him; in the lebby he met Night
Clerk Wilson jwhq tripped him up ana
the officers again grabbed him". .
Mr. Carter turned both men over; to
the county, and, this morning', before
Judge Smith, f they pled guilty. The
judge handed them sentences of $100
fine and six months twork, each, and if
they do not pay the fine their whole
year 1918 will go to the roads of
Marion county. t
TOO MUCH TROUBLE
Overburdened by Her Responsibili-
ties, a Sumter County Girl
Gave Up .. V, .- V
(Bushnell Times)
One of the saddest tragedies that
even took place in this county wash
that of the untimely end of Miss Ial Ial-lie
lie Ial-lie Hanson Wednesday of last week.
Miss Hanson was a .young- lady of f
about sixteen years living with her
father, Mr. C. A. Hanson, her broth. broth.-er,
er, broth.-er, who is a young man, and five
smaller children, at their home about
three or four miles west of Bushnell.
On last Wednesday morning she
put strichnine in an egg and ate the
egg in the presence of her younger
brothers and, sisters and then told
them she would soon be dead, that she
had jt&ken poison. She then started
from the kitchen to her room but
fell 1 on t the porchbetween the room
and kitchen, and before a doctor could
be called she was dead.
No one had, in the least suspected
that the girl was not hajipy. She had
been taking care of .her. little broth brothers
ers brothers and sisters and keeping house for
her father and brother since the death
of her mother last year. She gave
her whole time to the care of the lit little
tle little ones and the keeping of the home
fojr father and brother.
The funeral services were held
Thursday mornhigat Pleasant Hik
church, and a large number were
present to pay the last tribute of love
and affectio nto the unfortunate girl.
A GOODTONIC
That the fair is appreciated by the
farmer, which it stimulates to great greater
er greater efforts, is shown by the following:
Mrs. A. Tweedy, Secretary Marion
County Fair Association.:
Dear Madam : I have just received
check covering awards for twelve
premiums received at the, recent coun county
ty county fair. I desire, through you, to
thank.the association for its fairness
to me and to say that my purpose as
an exhibitor was more to'aid the fair
than to strive for premiums.
I regard the fair as a great educa educational
tional educational institution, valuable and indis indispensable
pensable indispensable in my 'judgment W the .in .interests
terests .interests of the agriculturaliclasses of
the county. It has been the means at
least of stimulating me to greater
effort; and I think I can promise a
much better exhibit another year.
Yours respectfully,
Allan Rodgers.

L WORK OF
EARL REA
Will be to Look After British War
Affairs atWashington
(Associated Press)
London, Jan. 7. Earl Reading,
lord chief justice, will go to the Unit United
ed United States' as director of the British
war cabinet, according to the Daily
Express. While reading will have
the title of ambassador, purely dip
lomatic matters will be in the hands
of a charge de'affairs. i
FOOD JIIIUM!
v HELPS FAR M E IIS
Arranged to Supply Grain Raisers
With Binding Twine During
. Nineteen-Eighteen
(Associated Press)
, Wa shington, Jan. 7. The food ad administration
ministration administration has arranged for control
during 1918 of the supply of binder
twice, so important to the farmer,
particularly to those of the granger
states. Reasonable prices, though
not so low as formerly,' are expected.
PETTY SLICE OF PORK
An omnibus rrvers and harbors hill
at this session of Congress was assur assured
ed assured today when Chairman Small of
the rivers and harborscommittee an announced
nounced announced the committee would report
a measure appropriating probably
twenty million. .' ;
SMITH NEWLANDS 'SUCCESSOR
Senator Smith of South Carolina,
was chosen today by the Senate dem democratic
ocratic democratic steering. ; committee to be
chairman of the interstate commerce
committee succeeding the late Sena Senator
tor Senator Newlands. This committee will
have charge oi the administration
railroad legislation in the Senate. r
' SEND IN THEIR PAY SHEETS
As the first step in government as assistance
sistance assistance at railroad financing the
presidents of all roads were requestea
by Interstate Commerce Commission Commissioner
er Commissioner Daniels today to telegraph him im immediately
mediately immediately the amount of capital re required
quired required this year and also for the first
six months of the year.
CONTROLLER WANTS TO KNOW
The controller of the currency to today
day today issued a call for the condition of
all national banks at the close of bus business
iness business Dec. 31st.
AN ERRONEOUS REPORT
Statements that the government
was planning to take over the pack packing
ing packing business of the country, reported
from Philadelphia, were denied today
in an announcement by Francis J.
Heney, government counsel. yi:;
SUITS POSTPONED
The government's motion to post postpone
pone postpone further considtration of several
important anti-trust suits was grant granted
ed granted today by the supreme court, ex except
cept except the case of the United Shoe Ma Machinery
chinery Machinery Co., which will go forward.
MINISTERS' MEETING
Rev. Ottmann could not be present
on account of several meetings pre preparatory
paratory preparatory to going '; to convocaation.
All reported very good attendance at
all services yesterday, considering the
state of the weather.
The 1917,year's work has been
good, but for 1918 we covet the sym sympathetic
pathetic sympathetic help of all that the Lord's
work may be more thoroughly done.
There seems to be a disposition on
the part of some to cut their contri contributions
butions contributions to the work of the home
church,' bat let us not forget that with
the home church goes the success or
defeat of the work of righteousness
elsewhere. "Let us keep -the home
fires burning," that the fires of love
and brotherhood may be kept alive in
the hearts of all our countrymen.
' r :y C. E. Wyatt.
MR. AVHALEY'S MISFORTUNE
he residence of Mr. J. R. Whaley
about three miles east of the city on
the Silver Springs road was burned
early Sunday morning. A quantity of
household effects' was saved, though
the house was a complete loss.
" Mr. Whaley left several hours be before
fore before the fire occurred for North Car Carolina,
olina, Carolina, where he had been called to
the bedside of a brother who was re reported
ported reported dangerously ill.
No details as to the origin of the
fire are known; but it is thought to
have caught from a defective flue.

REA

IIIER WEATHER

ORTR IB V; EST
In All the Big Cities, Suffering and
f" Inconvenience is Most
V'-:- Intense ;-
N
(Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 7. A glaze storm
held New York in its power today.
Elevated and surface traffic was vir virtually
tually virtually suspended for many hours.
Telephone, and telegraph lines were
seriously interrupted One death and
many injured were reported. s.
CHICAGO BURIED IN SNOW
Chicago, Jan. 1.- The blizzard
which has been sweeping Chicago for
the last 24 Jiours continued today.
The snowfall in Chicago since Mon Monday
day Monday morning has been more than a
foot with a 40-mile gale piling it ii
drifts five and ten feet deep, tying
up traffic in all directions. It is said
to be the heaviest January snowfall
in Chicago's history.
; ... r 7 t ';
NOTICE
To the Business Men of Ocala:
The annual meeting of the
of trade for the election of a
board
, presi
dent will be held at the board of
trade room Friday evening, Jan. 11,
at 7:30. A full attendance of mem
bers and ptherse interested is urged.
v We have been without a secretary
since the first ofv Declmber, Mr.
Trammell being ndw in the govern government's
ment's government's employ. The income of the
board is insufficient to cover its nec necessary
essary necessary expenses and, unless same can
be provided at once, will be forced to
suspend. .'"-
A ttend the meeting, if interested.
W. T. Gary, President.
J. J. Gerig,
Chairman Board of Governors.
ANNUAL MEETING
STOCK ASSOCIATION
In
Jacksonville this Week Will
At
tract Nation Wide V
, : Attention
The annual meeting of the Florida
Live Stock Association which con convene
vene convene sin Jacksonville this week, Jan.
9 to 11, is attracting nation-wide at attention.
tention. attention.
Not only are there speakers from
several states, from Texas to niinois.
out one oi tne great Dreeaers asso associations
ciations associations has sentra car load of pure pure-blood
blood pure-blood registered bulls to be sold at
the auction sale of pure-blood ana
high grade live stock which will be
made a quarterly event in the Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville market.
Col. M. A. Judy, secretary of the
American Aberdeen-Angus Breeders
Association, is here with Col. W. H.
Cooper, of Rdrick, Iowa, from whose
farm the bulls were shipped. It is not
Colonel' Judy's first visit to Florida.
He was here last September in at attendance
tendance attendance on the live stock round-up
at Gainesville and was so much im impressed
pressed impressed with what he saw and beard
on this visit that he was convinced
that the southeast offers one of the
best markets in the world for the
breekers of pure-blood stock. y
Colonel Judy made the statement
at the round-up that Florida" was the
most talked of state in the live stock
world, and his attendance on the -annual
meeting of the live stock asso association
ciation association provea hs sincerity, especial especially
ly especially when he induces onevof the most
prominent breeders in his association
to bring a carload of some of the
best bred cattle in the country to
offer in this market.
The"se bulls will be sold Friday, Jan
11, at 2 o'clock with other pure-bred
and high-grade cattle.
The sale of hogs will take place
Wednesday afternoon.
ANOTHER IMPROVEMENT
The old Seaboard Air Line passen passenger
ger passenger station is being torn down. It
was built about twenty-eight years
ago, and stood up about ten -years too
long. v '
FAR3IERS MEETING
We are showing the handsomest
seventy-five cent boxes of Stationery
in all colors that we've ever had.
Gerig's Drug Store. 18
NOTICE
The annual stockholders meeting
o fthe Marion Hardware Company
will be held at their office at Ocala,
Florida, on Tuesday, January the
eighth, 1918, at seven o'clock p. m.
4-3t J. M. Thomas, Secretary.
A full assortment of the famous
PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
the small fall garden- Ocala Seed
Store. . tf
Nunnally's Candies (the standard
of the South) a limited quantity, at
Gerig's Drug Store. IS N

SELECTIVE DRAFT

QUESTION SETTLED

Court of Highest Resort Decides
that the. ct WTaa Con Con-,
, Con-, stitutional
(Associated tress)
Washington, Jan. 7. -The selective
service draft act was npheld as con constitutional
stitutional constitutional by the Supreme Court in
an opinion rendered today in draft
cases." The government's conten contentions
tions contentions that the power given Congress
to declare war includes the power to
compel citizens to render militar
service, both at home and abroad,
were -sustained by the court. ; The
opinion, which was unanimous, wa3
rendered by Chief Justice White.
"LIST OF REGISTRANTS
To Whom Questionnaires were Mail-
V.
ed January 7, 1918
Herity McDonald, Romeo.
Robert Lewis, MarteL
C. M. Mathews, Williston.
Lawrence Rackard, Ocala. ;
Walter R. Atkinson, Ocala.
Morris Burrell, Santos.
Madison Paisley, Williston.
Jesse Scott,4 Kendrick.
s James F. Sanchez, Ocala.
' Peter Sams, Ocala.
Amos White, Citra.
John C. Spurlin, Lake Weir.
Robert Anderson, Flemington.
Ernest A. Turnipseed, Dunnellon.
Emmett Crook; Ocala.
Will Johnson, Weirsdale.
James S. Roberts,NOak.
Alexander Woodward Lowell.
Bert G. Guinn, Anthony.
Lloyd McGhee, Ocala.
Curtis Rou, Elmwood.
William L. Dorr, Dunnellon.
William S. Pool, Ocala.
Maurice ,C. Jordon, Orange Springs.
Columbus Frazier, Reddick.
Nathaniel Hall, Ocala. -Chester
Lovell, Pine. :
Cnandler Colding, Citra.
Le-eis Campbell; Dunnellon.
- GeorgeTHT Hegan, Dunnellon.
Stephen' Morris, Ocala.
Ace Evans, Citra.
Nim A Sapp, Irvine.
William James, Sparr.
Ed Jordan Ocala.
Willie L. Wesley, Micanopy.
Charles L. Beck, Micanopy.
James London, Mcintosh y
' Vance L. Hastings, Lake Kerr.
. Frederick W,. Neil, Lowell.
Hosie Gordon, Fairfield.
Herman E. Smith, Belleview.
' Willie Evans, Irvine.
Ross Jones, York. .
Paul Leroy Timmons, Electra.
Hollie Menchan, Martel.
' Chester Chambers, Martel.
Harry Yeley, Ocala.
Emanuel Crosky, Santos.
Stephen I. Long, Conner.
Alex J. Jerrell, Williston.
Richous Colden, Reddick.
Walter Perkins, Ocala.
Lent Martin, Morriston.S
Isaac Thomas, Mcintosh.
Louis ,H. Chazal, Alexandria, La.
Billy Mobley, Martel. I
Joe Alexander, 6cala.
James Hill, Jacksonville.
Alfred S. Harroun Cotton Plant.
George Green, Ocala.
Charlie Harrington, Martin.
Robert H. Ochiltree, Tampa.
Samuel C. Hickel, Ocala.
Joe Kinsler, Kendrick.
August C. Smith, Weirsdale.
Howard C. Bilbro, Ocala.
v William R.' Garnet Ocala.
Abraham Hampton, Sparr.
James A. Brown, MarteL
Herbert T. Jones, Anthony.
William C. Barker, Ocala. 5
Benjamin A. James, Sparr.
Frederick D. Magon, Ocala.
Henry T. Marsh, Electra.
Fred Johnson, Tampaf.
Walter W. Ward, Ocala.
Enoch Blount, Reddick.
Arthur Morris, Ocala.
Joe Sailor, Dunnellon.
Maxie L. Mason, Conner.
James McFalls, Dunnellon.
Smart Wilkerson, Ocala.
Wm. McAllister, Braddock, Pa.
Ray Spates, Dunnellon.
George Howard, Irvine.
Lee Thomas, Citra.
Cado McNeil, Juliette.
Clarence Evans, Irvine-
Weller L. Carmichael, Ocala.
Ernest R. Heath, Reddick.
Thomas Kyle, Ocala.
Harry Mason, Electra.
Edgar Jones, Dunnellon.
Local Board for Marion County,
By L. R. Trammell, Clerk.
Uncle Eben.
"Evea; ef you ain' rich enough to
help support a hospital," said Uncle
Eben, "mebbe you kin save some fel fellow
low fellow citizen fmn de ambulance by get get-tln
tln get-tln out early wif de snow shovel.
Do you read the want ads?

ATTEilTI, LADIES
OF OCALA

Soldiers of Company A at
Wheeler are in Need of
Camp
Thirty Sweaters
Do you know that our own Ocala
boys in Company A at Camp Wheel Wheeler
er Wheeler actually need thirty sweaters?
This is a positive fact, and these
simply must appear in two weeks. So
drop everything on hand, and krit a
sweater instead.
-There will be no red tane about the
journey of these sweaters, they will
De sent direct to Captain Drake who
will distribute them at once.
We; know how easy it is to catch
cold here, then think of how much
more clothing is needed further north.
and get busy at once on a sweater and
work day and night and sent it with within
in within two weeks. There is no sense in n
beginner trying to accomplish such a
task, we want real knitters for the
boys most need sweaters in the
spring. The Red Cross furnishes the
wool free, and 75 pounds of it is now
at the home of; Judge W. S. Bullock
on Fort King avenue waiting for
thirty ladie sto call for thee hanks
each. v.-".. -
For further information, phone or
call on any membeu of the knitting
committee: Mrs. B. T. Perdue, Mrs.
E. A Osborne, Miss Frances Tarver,
Miss Alice Bullock, Miss Adele Bit Bit-tinger
tinger Bit-tinger and Mrs. J. Harry Walters. 2t
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
Ocala, Fla., Dec. 18. 1917.
vThe board of public instmction iri
and for Marion county met in special
session at their office on the "above
date with all members present and
acting, as follows: G. S. Scott, chair
man, A. J. Stephens and C. R. Veal,
members and J. H. Brinson, secre-,
taryl
Minutes of the regular session held
on Dec. 4th and 5th were read and ap approved
proved approved as read, v
The board took up the' matter of
the approval of bonds for the deposi depositories.
tories. depositories. for the school funds for the
year 1918. Mr. H. D. Stokes called
and left with the. board 5000 in U.
S. bonds as security for the Ocala
National Bank as depository, to be
forwarded to the comptroller -for his
approval.
xMr. T. T.' Munroe called and re reported
ported reported that the Munroe & Chambllss
National Bank had had forwarded to
the comptroller $16,000 in Ocala city
bonds for security under the law as
depository with request that the sup superintendent
erintendent superintendent be notified by wire to
this effect. At this time a telegram
was received from the comptroller
acknowledging receipt of these bonds.
Mr. G. W. ..Neville called and filed
a renewal of 'the bond foi the Bank
of Dunnellon in the sum of $15,000 as
depository for the coming year.
The board also had a communica communication
tion communication from the Commercial Bank of
Ocala saying that they had made ar arrangements
rangements arrangements to have their bond- re renewed
newed renewed as a depository but there was
no evidence produced of it3 renewal
nor new bond filed with the board at
this time as required so there was
nothing at hand to approve.
The secretary was further instruct instructed
ed instructed to forward to the comptroller fov
approval the bond of the Bank of
Dunnellon for ?15,000 and U. S. Lib Liberty
erty Liberty Loan bonds presented by the
Ocala National Bank in the sum of
$5000 and the Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank having deposited
bonds of the city of Ocala in the sum
of $ 16,000 for ?15,000 bond with the
comptroller, that upon approval of
the comptroller, the following bank3
will become qualified as depositories
for the keeping of Marion county
school funds for the year from Jan.
1, 1918 to Jan. 1, 1919: The Munroe
& Chambliss National Bank in the
sum of $15,000, the Ocala National
Bank in the sum of 5000, and th.
Bank of Dunnellon in the sum of
$15,000, and it was agreed to keep the
special tax school district funds in
the bank of Dunnellon as during the
past year.
The superintendent was authorized
to pay all teachers' accounts that
should come in in regular form be before
fore before the Christmas holidays.
No further business appearing the
board adjourned to meet in regular
sessio non TuesSay, Jan. 8, 1918.
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
AT HELVENSTON'S
Special sale on Silk and Serge.
Dresses. ,A11 new and beautiful goods
and will) be closed out at and below
cost. Come at once and make your
selections before they are all gone.
St E. T. HELVENSTON.
A carload of cotton seed direct from
Edisto Island, S. C, assures you free freedom
dom freedom from boll weevil, Get yours now,
and "do your bit" to help your gov-'
ernment. Smith Grocery Company. 2t



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OCALA EVENING STAB, MONDAY, JANUARY 7, 1918

OCALA EVENING STAR

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OF OCALA, FLA.

B. 'It. Carroll, Prealdeat
P. V, Iareokood, Seeretary-Treaaarer
J. II., Beojajnta, Editor.

car service, Mr. Clark says the gov government
ernment government has to squander a fortune
every day on auto hire for officers
who have to go expeditiously from
one part of the city to another. Mr.
Clark gives very good reasons for the
passage of his bill. .- --

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The Lakeland Star is printing an
attractive picture section with its

Saturday edition.

If a newspaper was a grindstone,

it would soon be worn out shapening

other people's axes.

Harry Gray,- postmaster at Palat Palat-ka,
ka, Palat-ka, and a well-known and esteemed

citizen of that town, is dead.

ivian in ixew lorK-tne otner aay

choked to death on a piece of steak.

Now, where the deuce did he get such

a big piece of steak. r

"The fact that castor oil is becom-

t. J 1

ing in sucn ueraana ior airplane en

gines will greatly please the children,

who hope there won't be enough of
ll. - A j'. .L-'ll 'll.

me nauseous nuia 10 aose mem wiui.

The Star hears it said that at the

meeting of the stockholders of .the
Marion County Fair -Wednesday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon "a motion to suspend the fair
for this year will be offered.

The Star ; hopes such a move will

not be made, and if it is it will not
carry. It would be very bad policy f oi

the county and, worse? f or the city if
the f air should suspend a year. It
would be a very bad advertisement

for our county, which claims to be
the banner agricultural county of the

state, to suspend its'.fair. It would be

the blackest sort of a black eye for

Ocala.

If the fair suspends for one yeai,

it will almost certainly be discon

tinued for several years. The machin

ery of the fair association, will go to
pieces, and' it will be difficult to re reassemble
assemble reassemble it. The buildings and

grounds will deteriorate and some of

the latter will go to rack and ruin.

The country people, will be very

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mucn aiscouragea u me xair is dis discontinued.
continued. discontinued. Last November, our Mar Mar-ioii
ioii Mar-ioii county farmers did their full duty
byj the fair. Thy furnished the great
bulk of the attendance. There was
hardly, any attendance from outside

the county, and hundreds of Ocala
people did not attend, and many of
those who did attend only went once.

On the other hand, hundreds of coun country
try country people attended two and three

days in succession, coming from, as

far as the outskirts of the county m
their cars. If there is any fair,, they
will come in even greater proportion
this year. They should not be disap disappointed.
pointed. disappointed. ;V-:i- X: r y;:' -v i

There are 1 some splendid workers

for the fair in our city, but a, major

ity of the people are apathetic Many
do not attend any of it except the
races and the amusements, and a good
many only the latter Which of course
does not add to the fair revenues.
Everybody who can go should go, and
all our business houses and manufac

tories should make exhibits.
Again we say it will be a great

mistake and a setback for our town

and county to let the- fair miss even
one year. Instead, plans should bv
made at once to make it bigger and

better.

History bears witness that the
Austrians have never been ; able to
stand up to the French in anything

like an equal light, and the recent de

feat of Austrians by the 'French on

the Italian front adds more testi
mony.f '

A Christmas card' from our old,

young friend, Robert B. Murrell, in informs
forms informs us that he is successfully con

ducting a big, printing office in Los

Angeles, Calif. Here's wishing the
best of luck to genial and good-look

ing Bob. -ty
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Caroline Hunt Griswold conducts

for the St. Petersburg Times a' de

partment headed "Burning the Mid Midnight
night Midnight Oil." It's pretty good, reading,

but we can't understand why the
Times doesnt furnish the lady with

an electric light.

The Ocala Evening Star comes to
us dated Tuesday, Dec. 52. Must havt

a new and improved calendar. Tam

pa Times.

The young man whose daily office it

is to correct the dateline was seized
with a fierce and consuming desire to
find out whether anybody ever read

it. He found that they did.

By the way, do you know thaV it is

against the law in Florida to drive a

car with direct rays from your head

lights shining- more than ; four; feet

above the ground? The law went into

effect Tuesday.- Leesburg Commer Commercial.
cial. Commercial. .

As we have the good luck not to
own a car, we have not studied the

laws governing the same; however,

we uiiitiiis. uie gonial inmen ior put.'
ting us wise.

Secretary Mc Adoo may not be a
trained railroad man, but his order
that freight trains be run into New
York thru the Hudson river tunnels
shows that he possesses a lot of time timely
ly timely good sense. The tunnels have been
used for passenger traffic, ; and we

suppose it was impossible for, a regu

lar railroad man to understand that

coal f and provisions were more im

portant to New York than travelers,
who could, moreover, get in and out

over 'the ferries, while the freight

couldn't. i

Kepresentative Frank Clark has in introduced
troduced introduced into -the House a bill de

manding that the government take

over public utilities including the
streel car and telephone service, elec

tric lights and gas. Mr; Clark says

the telephone and gas service of the
district are bad and becoming worse,

although calling for higher rates,

that the street cars are so badly
handled ? that they cause1 not only
great inconvenience f to -citizens but

seriously hamper public "service.- lit
consequence of the indifferent street

where the temperature changes so
suddenly sometimes that fish jump jumping
ing jumping out of the water fall back on the
ice and knock the breath out of them themselves
selves themselves in so doing.
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OCALA TWENTY YEARS AGO1

A report-made by the city council
Thursday night, Jan. 6, 4 showed that
Ocala was in a first-class financial
condition. Judge W. S. Bullock was
mayor then. R. G. Blake was city
clerk, arid Messrs. J. H. Livingston,
B. A. Weathers, H. A. Waterman, J.
A. Pittman, G. A. Carmichael and L.
N. Green were on the council. There
is no report of the names of the other
three couneilmen.

HE'S APPRECIATED AT HOME

OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS

ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock

promptly. A warm welcome always!

Oscar Andrews, N. G.
: W. L. Colbert, Secretary. U
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE rfO. 15

. Miriam Rebekah Lodge No.' 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings
nings evenings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Emma C. Burnett, N. G.
Irma Brigance, Secretary.

Representative- Frank Clark has
introduced a bill in Congress to regu-,
late salutes in the army. Mr.' Clark's
bill requires soldiers to salute offic
ers of only their own organizations -we
presume by this he means those
of their own regiments. At present,
it is hardly possible for a private to

know all the officers of his own reg

iment by, sight, and it would be sev several
eral several times as much trouble for him to
pick out the number of the regimenv

on the officer's uniform aa. it would
be to go thru the simple movement

ofaising his hand in salute. Be Besides
sides Besides there are many times when the

number of the regiment can't be seen
at all; also, officers are constantly)be-

mg transferred from one regiment to
another, ; and often" days pass before
they can change the regimental num numbers
bers numbers on their uniforms. So, we think,
that Mr. Clark's! bill, if it becomes
law, would make more trouble to. the
private soldier than it would save
him. We generally back up ; Mr.
Clark's measures, as they are mostly
sensible and necessary, but we would

advise him not to press this one. We
never heard of a private soldier ob objecting
jecting objecting to salute his (officer, ; tho we
have sometimes felt sorry for an of officer
ficer officer walking along a street crowded
with soldiers and haying to return a
salute at every step because, tho'
hardly, anybody m civil life seems to
be aware of it, every officer in the
army, from the commanding general
down, has to punctiliously return a
private soldier's salute. 1
- Just why the public schools 'do not
teach ; punctuation, paragraphing,
capitalization and fiivision of words
is a mystery to usi but we doubt if
there has been a graduate of the
high schools of DeSoto county within
the1 past ten years who could write
a one-page letter with proper punc punctuation,
tuation, punctuation, capitalization, paragraphs
and division of words. Yet these are
important. Just one little comma cost
the United States two million dollars.
A 1 tariff bill ;- provided that "foreign
fruit plants" should be : admitted
free. When the bill was printed this,
phrase read "foreign fruit, plants,"
and that little comma after the
fruit" allowed oranges, grapes, lem lem-oiis,
oiis, lem-oiis, bananas, etc., to come in free
of duty, and before it could be cor corrected
rected corrected it cost Uncle Sam more than
$2,000,000 in custom revenues.-
Wauchula Advocate. ; :
I Well, now, your schools must be on
the bum. We are personallyc ac acquainted
quainted acquainted with quite a bunch of Ocala
high school graduates and students,
who can write pretty fair copy. And
just as like as not the guy who put
the misfit comma in the bill referred
to was either bribed to do it, or
hadn't been to high school.
Even the fish in Tampa bay didn't
know what had happened they float floated
ed floated on the surface too stunned by the
cold water to swim and were scooped
up .by the dozens. The oldest resident
can not recall a like condition in these
waters St. Petersburg Times.
We have seen them worse stunned
than that out in western Texas,

The last issue of the Citrus County
Chronicle contains a hearty indorse indorsement
ment indorsement of State Attorney Scofield,
whose ; candidacy for re-election the
Star approvingly mentioned some
weeks ago. The Chronicle is Mr. Sco Sco-field's
field's Sco-field's home paper, and for a public
man home appreciation is the best
quality of appreciation.

the Jews in Poland, Lithuania' and
other parts held by the Germans are
suffering far worse than under the
czar's rule. .The Germans". went in

with great promises of palliating the
Russian system of abuse and tor tortures;
tures; tortures; once established in the captur captured
ed captured territory,' they commenced out outrages
rages outrages superlatively worse than ex existed
isted existed before. One of the first acts of
the German authorities was to force
great f numbers of young Jews into
concentration camps, where.they were
givenK a wage of eight cents a day
and '. the food doled out to Russian
prisoners. Their German oppressors
took great delight in forcing the
prisoners to fly in the face of.thejr
religious convictions, preventing them
by violence from celebrating their
most "holy rituals. The women ana
girls have been invariably outraged.
From disease, privation and exposure
a fourth of the entire Jewish popu population
lation population has met an ignoble death.
The Leesburg Commercial tells the
sad story of the death of Herbert J.
Knight, of Okahumpka, a young
drafted man, ; who died at Camp
Wheeler Dec. 29 and was buried at
his home New Year's day. It seems
that the young man had been ill with
pneumonia, was ; given a furlough
home and was required 'to return to
camp before, he was well enough to
stand the trip back into the cold of
Middle Georgia. We can't help won wondering
dering wondering if the boy's home physicians
did not fail somewhat in their duty.
One of our young, soldiers who had
been sick came home from Camp
Wheeler on a short furlough recently.
He ,was not well enough to return
when his furlough expired a4id over overstayed
stayed overstayed his leavei by a couple of
weeks. This wa? at the orders of his
physician. He had no trouble when
he returned to camp, and we can't
imagine our i army, authorities de demandingthat
mandingthat demandingthat any man go back on
duty wheri a reputable physician
testifies that he is too sick to do. so.

MARION-DUNN MASONTC LODGE

) Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M, meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock, until further notice.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
j Stephen Jewett, W. M.

WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
s Fort Kin g Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are ailways welcome.
T. D. Lancaster, C. C.

Chas. K. Sage, Clerk

OCALA LODE NO. 286, Ii. P. O. E.
; Ocala Ixdga No. 286; Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the seeond and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffiee, east side,
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
E. J. Crook. Secretary.

i KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. ; Conventions
held every Monday night at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the James
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
to vi?iting brothers.
G. A- Nash,. C
Chas. K. Sage, K. of E. S.

R. A. M. CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
first Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
J. A. Bouvier, H. P.
Jake Brown, Secretary.

ORDER OF EASTERN STAR

r Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at. Yonge's hall the second and

fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
, ) Mrs. Susan Cook, W. M.
, .Mrs. Rosalie Condon, Secretary.

NOTICE

Col. Nash, who returned Saturday
from a visit to his father, Rev. C. H.
Nash, in Tampa, says that, although
82 years old, his father is yet hale
and hearty and much more active than
many men a score of ; years younger.
Rev.' Mr. Nash pastored the Baptist
church of Ocala over a quarter of a
century ago, and with the exception
of those who have gone across the
dark river he has lost none of the
friends he made here then.'

The young ladies at central say
that to call them hello girls is no lon longer
ger longer good form; that telephone opera operators
tors operators is the proper term. Well, god god-blessum,
blessum, god-blessum, they are so patient with us
and helpful to. us that we would
rather call them fairy princesses, than
anything else. ..
A GOOD REASON

"How d' you happen to go? You
aren't draft age."
The above question was put to a
khaki clad yout hon a railroad train
the other day. X'- ?V-
"No," he replied, "I'm not draft
age, and I can't say I want to go. I'm
not much on this killing business. But
the more I thought about it, the
more I felt I didn't want to spent the
rest of my life explaining why I
wasn't there.' Exchange.

The annual meeting of the Marian
County Fair and Agricultural Asso Association
ciation Association stockholders will be held
Wednesday, January 9th, 1918, at 1
p. m. at the board of trade rooms,
Ocala, Fla.
The annual report of the secretary
will be received and acted upon, and
other important matters of business
be taken up. J
. W. D. Carn, President.
A. Tweedy, Secretary. : d&w
NOTICE TO REGISTRANTS

The 'local advisory board will hold
daily sessions (holidays and Sundays
excepted) in the petit jury room on
the third floor of the postoffiee build building
ing building from 9 a. m. to noon, and from
1:30 p. m. to 5 p m. to render assist assistance
ance assistance without charge to oegistrants in
filling out questionnaires. Some mem members
bers members or associate members v of the
board will be in attendance tmtil the
work is completed. R. A. Burford,
tf Chairman Legal Advisory Board.
NOTICE TO CREDITORS

J. H. BR1NSON
real estate and investment
BROKER ;
Ocala - Florida
Get my Bulletin of Bargains

Do you read the want ads?

Notice is hereby given to all cred creditors,
itors, creditors, legatees, distributees, and. all
other persons having claims or de demands
mands demands against the. estate of Andrew
Olson, deceased, to present the same
t.n the; undersigned, dulv nroven

within two years from this datei to-

wlt: s-' -..:.'
f This 4th day of August, A. D. 1917.
OSCAR ANDREWS,
As Administrator of the Estate ,of
Andrew Olson, Deceased. 8-6-mon
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At Shady Grove School House Jan January.
uary. January. 23th, at 7 P. M.
The object of this meeting is a
"get together movement" and to in interest
terest interest the farmers and business men
of this community in building a dip dipping
ping dipping vat. '
We would like to see everybody out
at this meeting regardless of what
they think of the dipping vat. Come
and hear what we have to say and
then say what you think.
' J. F. Chipman.
Fresh milk, Me wet Dairy, at the
Delicatessen Shop, 15c. quart. 12-tf

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Jan. 30 is National Tag the
Shovel Day
' (Printed by Request of the National Food Administration)

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

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5EVERAlAWSro SAV 50"G'AR-WH1CH IS Y0UR.WAY?

While She Knits
While your wife sits and kindly knits
For soldier boys in France,
Just do your bit, get out your kit
And mend your own torn pants.
Why cant man serve Uncle Sam
As the evening: hours fleet,
By darning socks or even frocks
And make this fight complete?
Barbara Hershey.
'.'.,.'.'-
And Still Another Knitting Poem
And the women, duty bidding, now
are knitting, now are knitting,
As. our great and great-great
grandmas used to do in years
of yore. ' :',. t
Miles and miles of yarn they're tak taking
ing taking and clothes for soldiers
they are making.
From morn till night they knit a
thing they've never done be-
fore. .: W. v.
I spake thus to a knitter: "Tell me,
tell me I implore,
Do you ever rest from knitting, from
this everlasting knitting ?
Quoth the knitter, "Nevermore."
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i O. E. S. Notice
All officers of Ocala Chapter No.
29, O. E. S., for the ensuing year are
requested to meet at the Masonic hall
Wednesday afternoon at 3 o'clock. 2t
Magnificent Deering Estate Open to
Visitors Two Days in the Week
Beginning today, Mr. James Deer Deer-ins;
ins; Deer-ins; will 'ppen ; his estate to visitors
each Sunday afternoon. Mr. Deering
had previously opened it to visitors
Thursday afternoons. The hours dur during
ing during which visitors may drive through
the grounds are from two to four,
Sundays and Thursdays. Visitors
who expect to go through the estate
should remember that permission is
only given to drive through the
grounds, and nd"one will be permitted
to walk about the gtbunds. Miami
Herald.
Mrs. S. A. Harris in Miami
Mrs. S. A. Harris, grand matron of
the State Chapter, O. E. S., is paying
her ofScial visit to the local chapters
in Miami. Mrs. Harris was the guest
of Mrs. Combs and Mrs. Marlowe lasv
week and will spend this week with
Mrs. A. L. Bass.
Tonight the Homestead, Fort Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale and Fort Dallas chapters are
invited to attend the meeting, when
Mrs. Marris will pay her official visit
to the Biscayne chapter.
Mrs. Harris was the honor guest a
a dinner party given- New Year's
night at Hotel Urmey by Mrs. M. J.
Bohnert.
,y
Miss Gladys Farris returned to her
school duties in Madison Sunday aft aft-ernoon.
ernoon. aft-ernoon. Miss Evelyn Thompson's friends
are sorry to hear she has been quite
ill since last Friday.
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Mrs. J. D. MacDonald returned
home Saturday; night from a two
weeks visit to her parents in Palatka.
Miss Gladys Martin left Sunday
afternoon for Tallahassee to resume
her studies at the Woman's "College.
"
Mrs.' Sales' returned to her home
in Lawtey Sunday after a pleasant
week's visit to Mrs. Mary Shuey.
Mrs. Clarence Zewadski returned
home Sunday afternoon from.' a de delightful
lightful delightful holiday visit to her relatives
in Tampa.
... ...... v. v.-Mrs.
Mrs. v.-Mrs. Jean Connelly left Saturday
for a brief visit to her brother, Mr.
J. E. T, Bowden and family in Way Way-cross,
cross, Way-cross, Ga.
,..
Mr. Otis Green left Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon for the G. M. A., after spending
the holidays with his mother, Mrs.
Emily Green.
...
tMr. Robert Connor, who has. been
spending his vacation in Ocala and
Daytona, returned 'Tuesday Sanf ord
Herald.
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Mr. Lynn Sanders returned to the
University of Florida Sunday after afternoon
noon afternoon after spending the holidays with
his relatives here.

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Mr. N. G. Wade of Jacksonville
will return to his home this after afternoon
noon afternoon after a two days visit to his
niece, Mrs. E. A Osborne.

: Mrs. McCredie and niece, Miss
Lilla Wilson, have retained from
Lady Lake, where they went to at attend
tend attend the funeral of Mrs. Wilson.
Lieut. Thomas McGuire left Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon for his camp in Texas,
after a two days' visit to his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire at the
Harrington.
Mrs. George Pitts and interesting
children returned to their home in
Columbus Saturday after a visit to
Mrs. Pitts parents, Mr. and Mrs. C.
K. Sage.
Mrs. George Davis and little Miss
Virginia returned home from Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Saturday, where they spent
the" holidays with Messrs. Siebert and
George Davis.
His many friends here will be in interested
terested interested to lear nthat Mr. George Da-

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Reception for Dr. and Mrs. Gross and
the District Elder in Miami
The following paragraphs from the
Miami Herald of the reception given
there Friday night in which Dr. and
Mrs. J. M. Gross, formerly of this
city, shared honors, will be of inter interest
est interest to their many Ocala friends:
"The: pretty rooms at the parson parsonage
age parsonage of Trinity Methodist church were
gay with poinsettias and ferns last
night whe nthe ladies of the church
received in honor of Or. and Mrs.
Marvin Norton and! Dr. and Mrs. J.
M. Gross.1 Dr. Norton is, the new pre presiding
siding presiding elder off the Miami district and
Dr. Gross the new pastor, of Trinity
Methodist church.
"During the evening the rooms
were crowded with guests and the re reception
ception reception was a thoroughly delightful
affair. Mrs. R. V. Atkisson was in
charge of the "fine program of music
and readings 'that added much to the
pleasure of the 'evening. ;;
"Dr. Gross came to Miami from
Ocala, where he served four years as
pastor of the Methodist church, that
being his first charge in the Florida
conference. He and Mrs. Gross were'
much loved in .Ocala. Mrs. Thomas
H. Harris, their daughter, is spending

'the winter with them in Miami arid

was also at the reception."
During the evening sandwiches and
hot coffee were served, in the dining
room by seven prominent church
members.
- Sergeant Clarence Meffert return returned
ed returned to Camp Jackson Saturday night,
after a several days visit to his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs.. J. M. Meffert' and
family.
Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Ketchem arriv arrived
ed arrived in Ocala Sunday afternoon from
Cambridge,, NJ.Y., to. spend the re remainder
mainder remainder of the winter. : Mrs. C. f H.

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This, is the same number you
have been using for many years
; when you wanted HIGH CLASS
MEATS, FISH, OYSTERS, VEG VEGETABLES,
ETABLES, VEGETABLES, ETC. We, also keep
a complete line of GROCERIES.
As we sell for cash only, we can
save you money. Prompt delivery
anywhere in ;town.
W. II. MARSH,
H. B. WHITTIMGTON,
South Main Street.
Phones 108 and 97.

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Our Equipment (is at Your Service
and for Your Convenience. If yoa will
Help Us We will Make it the Best in
the State. We Expect to Make the
Service Prompt, the Price Reasonable,
and "Everybody Happy." If We Dont,
Tell Us and Well "Come Across."
WHITE STAR IMS
Dealers in BEAVER BOARD

Kittredge's plans for the winter are
unsettled as yet, but it is possible she
will spend a few months here in the
early spring.
'.
Many friends of Mrs. G. S. McRae
regret to hear that she has been crit critically
ically critically ill for the past week. Mrs.
McRae has been ill for many months,
but seemed much improved after, her
return from Asheville about three
months ago. She has been in the
hospital for nearly a month but was
taken to, the home of her daughter,
Mrs. Wilbur Smith, about ten days
ago. Her sister, Mrs. J. H. Key of
Savannah, who accompanied her to
Sheville in the summer, arrived in
Ocala, Sunday afternoon. Her many
friends wish for Mrs. McRae d speedy
recovery. -
Delightful Dance at Eastlake
Miss Dorothy Klock entertained her
Ocala and lake friends at a most de delightful
lightful delightful dance Saturday night at tht
Lake Weir Club.
The crowd motored to Eastlake
about j 7 o'clock and returned hom
before midnight. The youir folks
danced to Victrola music for several
hours and about 10:30 Miss Klock,
assisted by her mother, served sal salmon
mon salmon salad, olives, wifers, sandwiches,
hot chocolate andfruit cake.
Among those invited were Misses
Adelaide Chambers, : Mabel ; Meffert,
Sidney Perry, Marguerite, Edwards,
Callie Gissendaner, Elizabeth and
Meme Davis, ; Alice A Bullock, Ellen
Stripling, : Nina ar.d Nettie Camp,
Agnes Burford, Sue Moore, : Eloise
Henry and. her guest, Miss Dorothy
Chalfant, Messrs. Kirby Edwards,
Brooks, Marshall Cam, J. B. Cham Chamberlain,
berlain, Chamberlain, James, George Looney, Nor Norman
man Norman Horne, James Chace, John Batts,
Welsh and Richard Dewey and Har Har-old:Klock.,v
old:Klock.,v Har-old:Klock.,v :
Fanny R. Gary Missionary Society
The Fanny R: Gary Missionary So Society
ciety Society of the Baptist church will hold
its week of prayer for foreign mis missions
sions missions this week at 3:30 o'clock in the

afternoon at the following homes:
Monday at Mrs. L. W. Duval's, the
meeting to be led by Mrs. W. T. Gary.
Tuesday at Mrs. Lanier Robert Robertson's.
son's. Robertson's.
Wednesday night at the Baptist
church.
Thursday afternoon at Mrs. Henry
Livingston's.
Friday afternoon at 3 r o'clock at
Mrs. A. i C. Cobb's. This meeting
close at 3:30 o'clock so that the la ladies
dies ladies may attend the Y. W. C. A. meet meeting,
ing, meeting, at the' Methodist church. Every Everybody
body Everybody is welcome and all members of
the church are especially requested
to be present. ; 7-5t
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"Flying Colors" at the T.emple
The object of today's picture, "Fly "Flying
ing "Flying Colors," is to encourage a genial
srcdle when one's luck is down. Will William
iam William Desmond is the leading man. Ht
is a famous college athlete, and he is
sent tos watch a house party as the
mistress of the home has been rob robbed
bed robbed of her jewels. The first thing he
does is to fall in love with the pretty
sister of the hostess, then he fastens

the robbery on a high class crook of
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ngJllsn Duxn, wno is aisu mveresieu
in the object of his affections. Des Desmond
mond Desmond proves to the audience that a
pleasant look backed by a firm will
and strong muscles is quite sure to
make any young chap come out with
"flying colors." Mr. Desmond is sup supported
ported supported by a splendid cast of nine Tri Triangle
angle Triangle stars. r
A Triangle comedy( will also be
shown with the above five-part photoplay.-.
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Mrs. Bessie Hammack and son,
Eagleton, returned home Saturday
night from a two weeks visit to Mrs.
Hammack's little daughters, Cora
May and Louise, who are attending
school in Clinton, S. C. They only
planned to visit there a week but re re-mained
mained re-mained longer owing to the serious
illness of Louise, who has been in
the infirmary 'for over two weeks,
but is now considerably better.
Mr. and Mrs. Bert FYost and two
little girls have returned to their
home in Savannah after a two

weeks' visit to Mr. Frost's mother-

and sister, Mrs. .Robert Frost and
Miss Lillie Frost.
Miss Mabel Beck left Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for Nashville, Tenn after
spending the holidays with her par parents
ents parents at their home on the outskirts of
town.

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Just Phone 101

WHEN YOU HAVE PAID YOU3
RENT YOU HAVE
KISSED IT GOODBYE
Why not pay a small amocnt each
month and see it go into
YOUR OVir HOflE
I have a number "of houses you csa
buy that way at
$10 A MONTH
pall and see my list of houses from
J1000.C0 up.
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Room 5 Holder BIJc Oc&ia, Fla.

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E. O. RIDDLE Dcald
Florida House,, Ocala, Flo.

Advertise in the Ctrr.



Rebekahs meet tonight.

K. of P. meet tonight.

Elks meet tomorrow, evening.

Council meets tomorrow' night.
Odd Fellows meet tomorrow night.
Woodmen meet Friday evening.
Mr. F. C. Cooper has returned
home from a brief stay in Palatak.
Mr: P. JTheus is expected home
Monday' from a week's business trip
to Atlanta.

Mr. T. A. Blake's new photo studio
is located in the Union block over
Helvenston's store.

Chesapeake Bay uysters received
daily at the Delicatessen Shop, Ocala
House block. 17-sf
At the meeting of the council to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night, the old members will
step out and the new step in.
Mr. Ernest Colby is home from
Camp Wheeler on a brief furlough.
He reports all the boys well.
Let us giveyou prices on vulcan vulcanizing
izing vulcanizing before you throw away that
tire. Blalock Brothers. Phone 78 6t
Mrs. Amanda Gray of Oak who
was brought to1 Ocala last week for
treatment, passed away last night.
Her remains will be buried in the
Anthony cemetery, tomorrow af ter ter-.
. ter-. noon. .".,-:. C. v'.'.

A carload of cfctton seed direct from
Edisto Jslandi S. C, assures, you free freedom
dom freedom from boll weevil. Get yours now,
and "do your bit" to help your gov

ernment. Smith Grocery Company. Zi

All day long Saturday, we tried
our darndest to print that the tem temperature
perature temperature Saturday morning was .23,

but our linotype operator and the
bright young man who .makes up the
paper seemed td -think 23 was an un unlucky
lucky unlucky number and insisted on makjng

it 'Zb.

Those Palm Beach hats I am now

showing are the very latest" crea

tions. Come in and- look them over.
Mrs. M. A. Bostick, Harrington Hall

hotel corner., 5-tf

iVAR BREAD CAUSES TROUBLE

"Said to Be Responsible for Digestive

, Disorders Which Are Followed N
by Eruptions.

Reports of illness through eating

rwar bread are being received from all

lover the country, and thfe-oaews that
Lord' Rhondda has Instituted an in

iquity Into the cause will come as a

'relief to many, says the Dunaee Adver Advertiser.
tiser. Advertiser.

Ihe bread Is said to have given
rise to digestive troubles and then
eruptions In rnany districts. This Is
'eald to be due to the fact that some
haters are using imported flour, which
!contaIn3" beans and rice Ingredients
.which are quite unfit f or hreadmaklng.
;The inclusion of the germ sets free a

large percentage of fat which Is un

suitable for weak digestions. Then

of course, regulation flour- does not

pessess the keeping properties which
wheaten flour does, and this fact again

gives rise to disorders.

The grayloaf can never be as pal palatable
atable palatable as the white one, but it can be

made equally digestible and nourish

ing If the necessary precautions are

ta&en. Still, our bread of today, with
all Its defects, is not as bad as that

which the Parisians. had to satisfy their
hunger at the time of the siege of
Paris, when a "quantity of straw was
mixed with the flour In order to help

eke out the supplies of grain. -.IS"
Always Unusual.

"How do you account' for the re-

markable weather."
'Haven't tried. To be perfectly
frank, I don't believe I recall more
than a few months in the past ten or
fifteen years when the weather wasn't
being" described as remarkable."

Advertise in the Star.

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NOTICE

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

-WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

In the, Circuit ; Court of the Fifth
Judicial Circuit of Florida, in and

for Marion County In Chancery.

bpnng rark arms, a Florida Cor

B oration,. Complainant, vs. All
fnknown Persons Claiming an

Interest m and to the Northwest
Quarter and East Half tof South Southwest
west Southwest ; Quarter of Section 26,
Township 14, South, Range 22,
East, Defendants Order for
Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: All unknown
persons claiming an. interest in and
to the northwest quarter and east half
of southwest quarter of section 26,
township 14, south, range 22, east, be
and they are hereby required to' ap appear
pear appear to the bill of complaint filed in
this cause on or before
Monday, the 8th day of April, 1918.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published? once a week
for 12 consecutive weeks in the Ocala
Evening Star, a Viewspaper published
in said county and state.
This 5th day of January, 1918.
( Seal ) P. H. Nugent,
Clerk Circuit Court, Marion county,
Fla. By Ruth Ervin, D. C.
L. W. Duval,
Complainant's Solicitor. 1-7-mon

RATES: Six line maximum, erne

time 25c; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.

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DR. D. M. BONEY.
"My Optician"
EYESIGHT
SPECIALIST

I especially offer my services to tLe

people of Central t Jonda, and invite
personal visits or mail orders.

202-204 Hogan St., Park Hotel BIdg:,

JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA

FOR 'SALE Ford auto suitable for

delivery work, $250. Inquire at Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel. 5-3t

WANTED Three or four room house
in good, white neighborhood. Must

be a-bargain as I had to sell at great
sacrifice. Phone 311". 7-6t

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STRAYED One very fat,' light red
sow, weight 175 pounds, from my
place four miles -east of town on the

Sharpe's ferry road. No marks; long

tail and small white spot in forehead.

Liberal reward for her return to T.
C. Clayton, Route A, Box 75, Ocala. It

WANTED At once, a competent
white woman or girl for general

house work; no washing. Call on Mrs.

A. E. Delouest, 364 Pond street, phone
398. ; l-5-6t
FOR SALE Ford auto suitable for
delivery work, $250. Inquire at Star
office. 5-3t

WANTED At once, carpenters.
Ackerman & Ellis, Lake Weir, Fla. 2t
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FOR SALE An electric player pi piano,
ano, piano, guaranteed in fine condition;
beautiful mission finish, solid oak;
also 120 pieces of music for same.
Price very low. ; Address Box 417,
or callat Star office. 4-6 1
FOR EXCHANGE Will exchange a
new bungal6w,5, rooms and bath,
garage,' two large lots, in J0cala for
high-class touring car in No. 1 condi condition.
tion. condition. This offer will only hold good
for one week. J. H. Wendler, Orlan Orlando,,
do,, Orlando,, Fla. l-2-6t
FOR SALE Home cured lard and
home cured smoked meats. Every
pound guaranteed. Any quantity. Ad Address
dress Address C, H. Luffman, Sparr, Fla. vim
FOR SALE Fine Residence at &
Bargain. Seven rooms, besides bath
room and sleeping . porch ; electric
lights; gas, hot and cold water; well,
cistern and city, water; Servant's
house, garage, chicken houses, gar garden,
den, garden, fruit and shade trees; -good
neighbors. Will sell furnished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished on easy terms. Apply to
No. 416 Lime street, or address Box
575, Ocala, Florida. 1-5-lt

Articles Sent to Company A Today
A package containing the follow following
ing following was sent to Company A at Camp
Wheeler this morning:
22 sweaters. i-
23 pairs of socks.
30 helmets.
7 pair of wristlets. :
vRed Cross articles .cannot be sent
to individuals, but by special permis permission
sion permission from Atlanta these were sent
direct to IL Gamble, field director at
Camp Wheeler, who -will distribute
them to the boy3 inCompany A. I
Meeting of the Cemetery Association
- The members of Greenwood Ceme Cemetery
tery Cemetery Association are requested ; to
meet Tuesday morning at 10:30 at
the home of Mrs. R. A. Burford. Of Officers
ficers Officers will be elected and other busi business
ness business transacted.. It is hoped that as
many members as possible will be

present.

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IST ACTIVK TJ. S, DEPOSITARY
At Close ol Business Monday, December 31st, 1917. Condensed from Report to
the Comptroller of the Currency.
HESOURCES

Loans and Discounts, Marion County Warrants and Securities..
ill Liberty Loan Bonds ... . ......

Stock in FederaJ Reserve Bank of Atlanta

.

Mrs. W. J. Hijands has
from a few days' visit in
ville.

returned
Jackson-

AT HELVENSTON'S

Special sale on Silk and Serge
Dresses All new and beautiful gqpds
and will be 'closed out at and below
cost. Come at once and, make your
selections before they are all gone.
3t E. T. HELVENSTON.

Mrs. Lawton Smith has gone to
Lake ..City to spend several, weeks
with Ke sister, Mrs. W. O. Cham Cham-bliss.
bliss. Cham-bliss.
"TMrs. R. G. Todd returned home
Sunday afternoon from a two weeks'
visit to her son, Dr. Ben Todd in At At-lanta.
lanta. At-lanta. Mrs. John M. Graham and her pret pretty
ty pretty little daughter, Edith arrived from
Jacksonville yesterday for a brief
visit to their Ocala friends.
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The Ocala women came forth beau

tifully for the wool for the thirty
sweaters needed by Co. A. Knitters
are now needed to make helmets. Call
for the Red Cross wool: at the home
of Miss Alice Bullock.
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Mr. Charles Cullen returned to the
University of the South in Tennessee
Sunday afternoon after spending, the
Christmas holidays with his parents,
Mr. and Mrs. C. S. Cullen. Mr. Cul Cul-len's
len's Cul-len's last dinner at home was made
happier Sunday by the presence of
his special friends, Edward Chazal,
Frederick Winer, Bob Chace ; and
Ralph Cpllen.
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Mr. and Mrs. .Phil Robinson have
returned to Inverness after a two
weeks' visit to their Ocala relatives.

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$414,167.93
10,700.00
2,700.00

X- U. S. Bonds to Secure Circulation? 75 OOO.OQ
i Banking House, Furniture and Fixtures V 1 . 39,500.00

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From 1000 acres, half mile to one
mile from Lake Weir station, A. C. L.
R. R. R. L. Martin, Ocala. 1 6t
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W. K. Lane, M. DM Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. LawsLibrary Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

Carnations and roses (cut flowers)

at all times at the : greenhouse, for,

sale, for cash only. 4-6t

Has become the slogan not
- only on the highways of
travel, but also in all lines
of industry. There's no
. . such thing as. safety 'if
your valuable property is
1 not covered, by
FIRE. INSURANCE-
We represent a number of
the most reliabla companies
" in existence, and our. facil facilities
ities facilities are not Surpassed in
Florida.
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Roanoke, Ta.r who has been the guest
of Mrs Clarence Camp and family
for the past ten days. (
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Mrs. T. J.' Blalock, who is visiting
her daughter, Mrs. George Taylor,
received a telegram this morning an announcing
nouncing announcing the death of her. brother,
Dr: L. M. Frink in Tampa last night.
Dr. Frink has for many years been
quite prominent in, the dental profes:
sion in the state j

UP-TO-THE-MINUTE MILLINERY
The Palm Beach n early spring hats
just received are the very : lates in
millinery. Every one a : brand new
design and the variety of colors in
stock is bound to contain just the one
you want. Mrs. M. A. Bostick, Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall hotel corner. 5Vtf
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Get our prices on the Goodrich
when you are needing new tires. Bla Blalock
lock Blalock Brothers. Phone 78. 31-6t

S Manicure Sets, the good kind with
rea1 steel in the files and knives, at
Ceng's Drug Store. ; 18
The largest and best assortment of
WHITE IVORY SETS ever shown in
Ocala. The prices are right. The Court
Pharmacy. I tf

THE GOOD FAIRY;.?

Tea Rooms
SERVICE A LA CARTE
8 A. M. to 7:$0 P. M.
N. MainSt-, Opposite Postbffice

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In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every, moaem convenience in each room. Dining ro:m service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per pe.rson to $6. 1
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. EAVANAUGH

ropnetor. Bfassrer.

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UMDESTAEERS and EMBAUIERS
PHONES 47, 104, 3C5
OCALA, FLORIDA

Chesapeake Bay Oysters received
daily kt the Delicatessen Shop, Ocala
House block. 17-tf

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER :
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Co a
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city:

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Show of the Decade All the Konquers of .Koon
:Komedy All the Melodists of Minstrel Mastery
All the Genius of Dartown Dancing
Gorgeous Settings Hovel Costumes! Rainbow Accessories!
The Whole Striking a New Note in Minstrel Manifestations
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