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The Ocala evening star
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"Weather Forecast: Fair tonight ex except
cept except rain northwest portion, slightly
warmer Sunday, rain except fair and
colder extreme northwest portion.

VOL. 25, NO. 18


THE 11

Fierce Attack of Austro-Germans
Along Wide Front of Lower
Piave Failed
(Associated Prcjs)
Rome, Jan. 19. The enemy at attacked'
tacked' attacked' along a wide front on the
lcwer Piave Thursday night. Today's
official statement says the attack was
.'.:."..; .;V- ;.. ENEMIES .V.
N Italian Headquarters in Northern
Italy, Jan. 18. The Italian troops
have broken the pressure the -enemy
has been exerting in the lower Piave
in the sector nearest .Venice.
a triangular sector originally cleared
oi the enemy when the whole region
was inundated by opening the canals.
But recently low water has permitted
, the enemy to return almost to Capo Capo-feile
feile Capo-feile and the Venetian lagoons.
Enemy patrols had established dug dugouts
outs dugouts and posts in the lagoons at Ag Ag-euzia
euzia Ag-euzia Zuliana, just across the river
fiom Capsile, which commands the
canal running' to Porto Grande and
the region back of Venice.' Early in
J the week the Italians had bombarded
the dugouts and destroyed the. bridge
on which the enemy was attempting
to cross at Agenzia Trezza. ;y
Stung by the repeated checks, the
enemy brought full force to bear
Wednesday morning. They were met
by chosen Italian troops from the
grenadier and Bersaglieri brigades.
The Bersaglieri hewed their way to
the enemy's support line. The fight
w&3 stubborn for the first two hours,
but the enemy gradually gave ground
and was finally pushed back,
v One of the favorite ruses used by
the enemy was to advance with his
hands up, calling "kamerad." When
they would geticlosa to the Italian
.lines they would rush forward sud suddenly
denly suddenly with hand grenades, but only to
be mowed down by Italian machine
un fire. : J ;.;
. The fighting throughout ; was at
close quarters. Heavy losses were
sustained by the enemy and the Ital Italians
ians Italians captured 150 prisone'rs. The battles-round
was covered with" Austrian
dead. The Italian success gives a
serious check to the enemy effort to
improve his position near Venice.
,, r i
At Petersburg, Va Join in Honoring
v Memory of General Lee
(Associated Press)
Petersburg, Va., Jan. 19. The gen general
eral general assembly ,of Virginia joined in
celebrating the anniversary "j of the
". birthday of General Lee at Camp Lee
today with the 319th Infantry, in
training at the camp.
, :- : ::
SignLeft by the Rainbow Division at
its tiong isiana camp
t Hempstead, Long Island, Jan. 15.
Editor Star: Saturday I arrived at
Camp Mills on "special duty" with
twenty-five other quartermasters.
I want to tell you about a sign that
met my eyes as I went up to the camp
vacated by the famous "Rainbow
Division." On. a white signboard
about four feet square the boys had
left this message, which is typical of
all the troops I have sen up this
way:-: r ; ...
"Good-bye, good luck; we may not
come back but we, are going to give
'em hell while we last." )
To me that is thefepirrt of our army
today and it is a dangerus spirit for
the other fellow;
A-heavy rain last night left it nice
and warm today, and the, camp
from one to t our feet under water a
good place now for a naval training
station. ; Clifford R. .Peabody.
: K -"
Subject "Traits of Gentleness."
Leader, Martha Rivers.
Song, Rescue the Perishing. v
Drayer. f
Scripture. 2 Tim. 2:24-25.
Minutes of last meeting.
Chalk talk by Mary Fraser.
Scripture responses by juniors.
Song, Since Jesus Came- Into My
Heart. .
Lesson story by leader.
"Jesus a Pattern of Gentleness"
Marguerite Condrey,
Song, More About Jesus.
Prayer by juniors.
Song, I Love to Tell the Story.
Story of a gentle nurse.
Have you tried tha Jonteel Cold
Cream yet? It is a wonder, and sold
ia Ocala only at Gerig's Drug Store, tf


(Planning to' Embroil Russian Dele-
gates to Peace Conference with
Their Own People
(Associated Press) ;
London, Jan. 19. The peace nego negotiations
tiations negotiations at Brest-Li tovsk have been
interrupted '.temporarily, j
a Petrograd dispatch to' the Daily!
Mail dated Thursday and the Russian
delegation is returning to Petrograd.
The Germans, it is added, appeared to
be maneuvering to force the Russians
to DreaK tne parleys over a muiorJ
point so as to throw the blame on the
Russian representatives in the eyes of
the Russian people.
Is the Pithy. Way jn Which Lloyd Lloyd-,
, Lloyd-, George Sums Up the
Situation i'
V: (Associated PressT
London, C?an. l19. Premier Lloyd Lloyd-George,
George, Lloyd-George, addressing the labor delega delega-tio,
tio, delega-tio, yesterday said no man Standing
on the watch tower could deny the
urgency, of the need for raising more
men. The prime 'minister said no dem democracy
ocracy democracy has long' survived the failure
of itsvadlerents to be ready to" die for
it. : : '' : ;r-:' -r'.-. ;
The premier said that he and Pres President
ident President Wilson, without previous con
sultationthere was no opportunity
had laid down substantially .the' same
program of demands for the termina termination
tion termination of the war. :
r There was no man willing to make
f eace without a complete restoration ;
of Belgium and reparation', thr pre-1
Inier said. From Germany there had
been but one answer, he added, ?andj
it came from von Tirpitz's soul j
Continuing the premier said:
' "Our channel ports are not far from
the fighting line, and unless we are
prepared to stand. up c to; the people
who are dominating Germany, Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, -' British democracy, French de
mocracy and the democracy of Eu Europe
rope Europe will be at the mercy of the most
cruel military autocracy the world
has ever seen."
Premier Lloyd, George said that his
and President Wilson's war aims had
been acclaimed throughout the En Entente
tente Entente Allied countries. There had
been hardly a yoice of criticism save
from a few who wished he had madw
more extreme demands. The social socialists
ists socialists of France, Italy and Great Brit Britain,
ain, Britain, he said, had accepted them as
very fair general demands.
The premier said, that Germany had
answered "never" to his demand for
a reconsideration of the wrong of Alsace-Lorraine
and had declared that
Germany would go on until Meso Mesopotamia
potamia Mesopotamia and Palestine were restored
to the tyranny of the Turks.
No single war, aims condition made
by; the British trade unions had been
answered by any German authority,
he added. (
Mr, Lloyd George paid there had
been no answer from Germany on the
recent Entente's war aims. Field
Marshal vorj Hindenburg and Gen.
von Ludendorff were brought back
for conferences but Foreign Minister
von Kuehlmann was not allowed to
speak. V '. '' 1 ;
"Why ? n asked the premier. "Be "Because
cause "Because the Prussian military power is
domirmnt. The answerto be given
will be given from the- cannon's
mouth." -x
"If any man here can find an hon hon-crable
crable hon-crable and equitable way out of this
conflict without fighting it through,"
the premier continues, "let him tell
it. My conviction is this the people
must either go on or go under."
'. "-..
Atlanta, Jan. 19. Atlanta school
children and their, teachers are now in1
the midst pf a winter vacation which
may be prolonged for an indefinite
time becauseof the city's acute coal
shortage-';1- .V v-;, ';;;; : ;-
Practically all of the coal in the
school house bins has been sold, to
school patrons at' 30 ents. per 100
pounds, and the schools will not re reopen
open reopen until the summer months and
; in that event the time now lost will be
made up in July and August.
Headquarters of the Atlanta fuel
administration where coalHickets are
i?Eued were moved yesterday from the
city : hall to the Auditorium, where
thousands of people stood in line. Fifty
members of the Atlanta Rotary Cluu
and seventy-five Boy Scouts aided the
somewhat meagre force of the fuel
administrator in handling the crowds.
A carload of cotton seed direct from
Edisto Island, S. C assures you free freedom
dom freedom from boll weerlfg Get yours now,
and "do your bit" to help your gov gov-i
i gov-i ernment. Smith Grocery Company. 2l


Social Revolutionists Outnumber the
Bolsheviki in the Constituent
(Associated Press)
Petrograd, Jan. 18. The long de delayed
layed delayed constituent assembly opened
here todav. On the' first test of
strength the Bolsheviki was defeated
by the social revolutionists and M.
Tchernoff, minister of agriculture in
the Kerensky cabinet, was elected
chairman. The candidate of the Bol
sheviki was M. Spiridonovo, a long
prominent revolutionist who was re released
leased released from exile in Siberia : after the
overthrow of the Romanoffs Over
four hundred delegates were in their
seats at the opening of the assembly.
' (Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 19. Rural dis districts
tricts districts must have nursing services, the
children's bureau finds, if infant mor mortality
tality mortality in remote, regions is to be re
duced and human .life conserved ;
this time when the nation's human
i esources are being wastech by war.
Results of .the bureau V first detailed
study of, the care available fqr babies
and mothers in rural communities
were made public today, showing that
one infant in every twenty-five of tht
before they reach the age of twelvt
months. ' x
The bureau's first survey was com,
pleted in a prosperous county of
southern Kansas,, bordering on Okla Oklahoma.
homa. Oklahoma. Similar studies are in progress
in Wisconsin and North Carolina.yThe
population in the Kansas county is
widely scattered, but no home is more
than 20 miles from a doctor, and tele telephones
phones telephones and good roads minimize the
disadvantages of great distances.
: In spite s of these favorable circum circumstances,
stances, circumstances, the report records that two two-thirds
thirds two-thirds of the mother's had nonmedical
care before their children were born,
and more .than one-third had no visit
from a physician after the day of the
birth. Four-fifths of the wives of
farmers had to work for large farm
crews at the time when they specially
needed to cdnserve all their strength.
; While-,the existing death rate is
comparatively low for this county
the, report says: "The existing ratfe
should not be regarded with compli
cency, for, as Sir Arthur Nowholme
says, 'If babies were well born and
wel cared for, their mortality would
be negligible.- In other words, thereof
la tia t ti Vi oon4- roQenA tt'Vi XT VioViiod.
is no inherent reason
should die in a community which ha s i

section observed failed to survive, or Un j-J.. n i.
that four per cent of all children'dfe J tf.Z SS,St i.STJS!

all the advantages possessed by" thisers of the. country in order that pre-

county country life, healfnf ul cli-1
mate, high standards of living, a high
level of intelligence about matters of A
1 lil 1 t 1 1 1 f
health and means wherewith to pro"--
vide for its mothers and babies."
In 'Other states where surveys are
in progress, it has been found thai 5
poverty and remoteness, witn tne a. :
tenjdant evils of which- maternal arjl
a. J.-iL. j
infant deaths are a striking indeb,
press with a severity unknown in th
Kansas county. ; : 1 t
Nurses,' doctors, hospitals and con;
ference centers, making ava'lable t5
all mothers and babies in rural coun-,
ties adequate medical and nursing
care, are declared essential by the buf
reau. The Kansas county has mad44
i'rvgress carrymg oat CKriam 01 inqtu
. ? A. A T il
suggestions, but the next step, says J
the "report, "may well be establish-
ment of a nursing service for the
rural parts of the county."
r Rio Grande Do Sul, Brazils Brazil,
now that it has entered the war, is
having its spy scare and it has be
come more general even than in some
of the other belligerent countries. It!
is only necessary for- a person to be a
foreigner and a stranger in any Bra-

zilian town to become the; object of Krag rifles and drilled and paid the
suspicious regard by the people and j same as regulars, but will not be re re-even
even re-even of police surveillance. , quired, unless extraordinary emergen emergen-Orders
Orders emergen-Orders have gone out from Pio de cies arise, to go outside the state. For
Janeiro for the arrest jof large num- further particulars consult the army

bers of uermans, many of whom ap-
pear to be innocent business men, al
though there is no doubt but that
uerman espionage is well orgamzea
in southern Brazil. Spies are report-:
ea to have been especially active m
the state of San Paulo and the gov government
ernment government has taken rigid measures for
watching all suspects there.
As soon as the government began

these measures of precautions, how-, its own foodstuffs and eliminating the
ever, a large number of rich and well necessity of transportation food from
known German business men who other sections of the country, said
were -under suspicion of being Ger- Director General McAdoo, in an ap ap-man
man ap-man government agents succeeedd in -peal last night to the people of the
escaping into the Argentine Republic South, particularly to f armers. With With-with
with With-with whatever secrets they may have out reducing the cotton production
had. ( : farmers ougrft to produce more milk,
: : v j hotter, eggs, poultry, fruit and rege-
' Euy war savings stamps. i tables, he suggested. v:


Radical Action of the Fuel Adminis Administration
tration Administration Already Helping the
(Associated Press),
Washington, Jarrf 19. Reports io
the fuel administration today showed
that transportation congestion thru thru-out
out thru-out the past is being celared and bun bunker
ker bunker coal is being unloaded in increas increasingly
ingly increasingly large quantities. i?ew empty
tea. s, however, nave begun moving
us.ce. to the mrnes.
it" was announced today that the
theaters would be permitted to close
some other day than Mondays, prob
acy luesdays,' The day,, decided
upon will be announced later.'
it was definitely ruled today that
all laundries snduid be. exempt from
tli? order Mondays, as well as the five
cay period. '
New Orleans, Jan. 19. It was an announced
nounced announced toaay that the Cotton Ex Exchange
change Exchange would be closed Monday in ac accordance
cordance accordance with the fuel, restriction
1 (Associates rressj
Spartanburg, S. C, Jan. 19. Dep-
ind cities, for domestic purposes.
i : Washington, Jan. 15, 1918.
Mr, A. R. Doran, Gainesville, Fla.
Dear Sir: Replying to your letter
of the 9th, wherein you state the
farmeraand trucker of your, commu community
nity community desire, me. to ascertain the atti attitude
tude attitude of government officials toward
the shipment of farm products and
certain vegetables during the coming
season, and advise them, I am pleased
to inform you that I have discussed
the matter with the chief of the bu bureau
reau bureau of car service of the Interstate
Commerce Commission, and with the
United States food administrator, and
with the director general of fail fail-roads,
roads, fail-roads, and am-advised bV them that
there is no reason why "any one should
be unduly alarmed regarding, the
transportation of any food and feed
products,; during the coming season,
ana that ; every -effort should be put
forward to increase nroduction. These
officials state jt is their desire and in-
ton-rirTi r Annorn in tvi onnDf
possible with the farmers and trucx
f erential attention may be given to
the marketing of all such products.
The unusual conditions which re-
l 1 T J A 1 1 1 1 1 prevaiiea in me norxn ana mia mia-dle'
dle' mia-dle' west, were due to a general con
gestion of freight and express ship-
raents, making it necessary for the
government to taKe over tne opera-
tion of the railroads, and to one of
lit.. x 1 i- j : :
the worst blizzards in many years,
Which combination of circumstances
made it quite impossible for the trans transportation
portation transportation companies to properly
handle such shipments. However, I
am informed .normal conditions will
soon be restored and that there should
be no further cause for complaint un
- V? another s'milar condition arises,
.T:l "L .1 1 1 ...
t:iL-n is inougnt quite imprODaDie.
Assuring you of my
the farmers and true!
desire'to servi
truckers in every
manner possible, and at any time, I
art, "Very truly yours, V
Duncan U. Fletcher.
The government wants at once 1400
merr for the home guard in, Florida.
Men must be between 31 and 40 years
of age and able to pass physical ex
amination. They will be armed with
recruiting omcer at the postoffice.
The home guards will be used to
guard munition works, railways.
ondges, etc They will be under the
orders of the federal srovemment
Washington, Jan. 19. The South
should help to win the war by raising

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AH Over the Country Good "Effects
Follow Action of the Fuel
: (Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 19. Business in interests
terests interests today seemed to feel better
aiwut the government's action which
was testified, to by hundreds of tele-
grams reaching the White House and
fuel administration.
- The rauroatf situation in the middle
west was, so serious it was suggested,
to Director Geneiai McAdoo tnat haif
the present passenger tiains there be
suspended lor two days to release lo locomotives
comotives locomotives for freight.
Coal is reported to be reaching the
seaboard in greater volume, and
homes and public buildings, are receiv receiving
ing receiving fuel diverted from. the. industries
ciosed down.
- ...
Alien's Pleasure Yacht at New York
Seized by the Federal ..
. Authorities
, t v (Associated Pr.ess)
, Isw York, Jan. 19. The steel
pleasure yacht Joycusesaid to be
cwned by Emil ll. Klouge, an unnat unnaturalized
uralized unnaturalized German of Eaelewood. N. J..

was seized here today. Federal au- classification of postoffices are based
thorities said the yacht was equipped 011 receipts'for thefour quarters end end-with
with end-with wireless manned by a Swedish fed Dec. 31st, last, vand will be made
crew and had been cruising recently public about May 15th. j
along the Atlantic loast. f Irnrrnv crrn'iv fji a vtitipo

London (Correspondence of tht
Associated Press)r "The fundamen
tal evil qf Germany today is idolatry,"
said Lord Robert Cecil in d statement
for the Associated Press. "They have
set up for themselves a graven image,
just -as. truly as did the worshippers
of Baal against whom the prophets f
the Bible preached.
"Germany's idol is the state. They
place' the state above religion, above
morality, above all laws of God or
man. They believe that any act is
justified which advances the interests
of the German state, however base
that act may be. however immoral.
however inconsiderate of the lawful
rights of others.
"Otto Kahn, himself a German by
origin, has defined this state-idolatry
as 'the demoniacal obsession of pow
er worship and world dominion.'
"This idolatry is at -the bottom of
our whole fight against Germany. It
is the secret of the whole revolting
list of outrages and atrocities which
Germany lias committed against the
civilized world. The violation of Bel-
gium, the Armenian atrocities, the
unspeakable horrors of submarine
warfare all these are the outcome of
a creed which holds that no laws of
morality are binding when the -de-
dense of the state-idol is at stake.
"The results of this -violating of the
r ... n
iounaanons 01 morantv dv bermanvi'
are bound to be colossal and far-
t j i i j.
reaching. They mean the degeneracy
of the whole German structure and
the effects are already seen in the
wave of crime and immorality which
i? sweeping over Germany. So long
as the governing classes are infected
with this doctrine there is no limit to
the wickedness and cruelty which will
be put into execution.' It means the
undermining ultimately of the whole
fabric of their civilization. This is
what President Wilson has foreseen.
This is a reason for the determination
of President Wilson and the leaders
of the Allies on both side3 of the wa water
ter water to carry this war through, what whatever
ever whatever the cost, in order that the world
may be a fit world to live in.
! "The Lansdowne letter has been
thought by some to indicate some
weakening of determination on the
part of this country, some change of
attitude. I believe any such impres impression
sion impression is a profound delusion. I know
it is a delusion as far as the actual
government of England is concerned,
and I believe that the British people
as a whole,: including Lord Lans Lansdowne
downe Lansdowne himself, are more determined
than ever to bring the war to a vic victorious
torious victorious conclusion. J
-"I see that it is being alleged with
a certain" degree of plausibility that
there are many-points irr wh:ch Lord
Lrnsdowne is in agreement with
President Wilson's message. That
may beso. But in the case of the
president's message there breathes
through every line not only a deter determination
mination determination to win for in that there is
no difference between the. two men
but also a certainty of victory. Pres President
ident President Wilson's message has an inspir inspiration
ation inspiration of : leadership which Lans Lans-downe's
downe's Lans-downe's letter lacks."
When you .want H accurate and
prompt- prescription service, send your
prescriptions to Gerig's Drug Store, tf


'McAdoo has No Intention of Holding
Railroads Not .Necessary in
Var iuovements
, (Associated Pri)
Washington, Jan. 19. Director
Geneiat iucauoo, summonea -exoie
tne ieiiace mtcxstate cvuumnce coin-
I luUSia -oaay io tApiaui goveiniiicnt
i viiciouuu una aaniituotiucion oi tne
xauxuaus, bum ne was ceitaui tne so so-cu.ueu
cu.ueu so-cu.ueu bLiOxt lints wo Ota pioouiy De
iciu.aea Xiom oveinixicnc ,oiacion
toti. Mr. lyiCi-xuoo biu ne oiuxi t pio-j.-Ose
to Ketp coay'01 of unntctSoao
lines nor have uie govexnmtnc com compensate
pensate compensate those not taen oer.
ivir. Jviciuoo siu: "as ic a3 I can
i see, alter three weeks of pienminary
uivesugation, 1 -uont contemplate
taking over any xouds not nectsary
to the goveinnient lor war puipose3,
and if fcome mteiests get hui4; oy it,
tliey il have to stand it. '1 he treasury,
aaeaoy overouidtned, can t be caned
upon to reimourse for imaginary, m m-cuect
cuect m-cuect injury." . ;
' V
Washington, Jan. 19. The comp comptroller
troller comptroller of tne treasury ruled toaay
that the regular procedure of advanc advancing
ing advancing postolnces to higher giades is
not affected by the otder suspending
for the conation of the wir all. salary
increases of postmasteis. Changes of
Washington, Jan. 19. Cotton seed
receded at the mills for the five
months ended Dec. ,31st, the census
bureau reported today, amounted to
3,171,000 tons; crushed, 2,117,000
tons; on hand, 1,0580, tons.
(From the Eustis Lake Region)
It is a well recognized fact that for
seven years past the Midwinter Fair
held at Orlando has surpassed like ex expositions,
positions, expositions, held anywhere in the South.
We are informed tht there are let letters
ters letters on file in the secretary's office
Iron men who make it their, business
to go to all the state and county fairs
held in the South and they declare
that the Subtropical MidwinterExpo MidwinterExpo-sition
sition MidwinterExpo-sition held at Orlando beats them all.
Notwithstanding the fact, that near nearly
ly nearly all Florida fairs have been called
off this season, on account of the war,
the officials of the Midwinter Fair at
Orlando decided early in the game
that they would pull off the greatest
ever this year.
The premium list indicates that this
will surely be realized, for 'although
the program is tentative and many
features are still in preparation, it is
quite plain that this fair which the
management delights in calling -'the
Five County Fair," will surpass all
r iTVinna ofFnrt-a
if A mnn rr tho -fortf-v
Among the features, we notice that
the live stock department will su su-prise
prise su-prise Florida fclks with its complete-
ness, as there will be large herds of
Ayrshire, Angus, Guernseys, Jerseys,
Shorthorns, over three hundred head
nf nnt-nf-the-statp. stnrk hesidpa
home3 cattle being promised. .;
.The poultry department will exceed
all former exhibits; in addition to the
usual snow tne watiopai tiarred kock
Association will have a thirty-thousand-dollar'
xhibit, in a special build-
The association will meet in Orlan Orlando
do Orlando during the fair, and also the Na National
tional National Berkshire Hog Congress will
hold its meeting, promising a thous thousand
and thousand delegates.
The hog department will comprise
ine greatest collection 01 tne nest
breeds in America.
The school department will have the
largest exhibition ever held 'in the
ttate, : in a specially prepared build
ing, including over forty separate
.The fruit and vegetable depart departments
ments departments will be up to the best, a3 well
as the field crops and other depart departments,
ments, departments, including art, domestic, floral,
canning clubs, a government display,
etc., will be of great interest.'
k x t -11 t l t-
Among tne ieaiures win as a niga
school track meet, a musical cantata
of three hundred children, demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations by the Red Cross, home guards,
schools, Boy Scouts and parades every
day of all these prganiaztions.
The usual entertainment will be
given by the Johnny Jones Shows and
special races every afternoon.
The best line of stationery we have
ever shown at Gerig's Drug Store, tf
Spring showing of beiutiful Sport
and Tailored Hats at the Affleck Mil
linery" Parlor,, opposite Gerig's JDru
Store. Phone 1C1.



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It- It- Carroll, PmMddeat
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t Electros must be mounted, or charge
will be made for mounting.
It's democracy against denioncracy.
The government is getting ready to
call for a third liberty loan. ; ;
Just to think the castor oil you so
hate to take is to be used in fighting
the kaiser.
. No matter how scarce salt becomes,
you can always find enough "of it to
take rumors with. :
Shortening women's skirtr aids
cloth conservation, whether it is
meant that way or not1'1'
Socialists in the New tYork assem assembly
bly assembly blocked the' passage of a war "bill
desired by the federal government.
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The right of secession will probably
be ried out in Russia, i It could be
more appropriately called the right of
Today is the 11th birthday, anniver anniversary
sary anniversary of General Robert E. Lee, one of
the world's greatest soldiers and one
of the South's noblest menl
According to what Director General
McAdoo says, the government does
not intend to keep control of short
lines.' This would exempt the Okla Okla-waha
waha Okla-waha Valley and T., & J. roads.
The Sub-Tropical Midwinter Fair at
Orlando opens Feb 12 and lasts to the
lhth. Orlando's fairs are always
superb occasions. The management
has sent the Star complimentaries and
it hopes to be represented.
Daniel Willard resigned as chair
.man of the war industries board, tell telling
ing telling President Wilson he believed; he
can do more toward winning the war
by returning to his duties as president
Another tragedy barely averted at
the Seaboard crossing on Exposition
street. Will we ever have a council
that will insist on commonsense safe
ty measures being taken at this dan dangerous
gerous dangerous crossing.
Many skilled railway mechanics are
to be moved from the west to the east
to make needed repairs Railway of officials
ficials officials prepare to take advantage of
the industrial shutdown and hire me
chanics of all kinds for railway work.
Tyrus Cobb, star outfielder for th
Detroit Americans, has been placed in
class one by the exemption board at
Augusta, Ga., where he registered.
Uobb declared be was willing, to serve
whenever called. He will make a
dandy bomb tosser.
Tampa Times characterizes the bad
stretch of road in Osceola county as
the "missing link.' On the same basis,
that piece in Duval county must .be
the original ape. Leesburg Commer Commercial.
cial. Commercial. It is certainly aped in several un unfortunate
fortunate unfortunate localities.
Received a letter from a man up
north the other day. He asked three
questions. We took one copy of : the
Commercial, marked i it, mailed : it to
him and answered all three ? of his
questions fully. Leesburg Commer Commer-cial.
cial. Commer-cial.
Some little information bureau.
The dath of Major Gardner stirred
Congress up to demand investigation
of the camp. The surgeon, general of
the army investigated the camp .some
three months ago .and i reported the
result of his investigations to the war
department If the investigation had
been, compelled to. wait on. Ccocrtaj.

the death rate wouldjbave rua up into
the ten thousands.

The Daughters of the Confederacy
held a meeting in the armory in honor
of the birthday of Gen. Robert E. Lee.
Papers were read by Miss Polk, Mrs.
Biake and Mrs. Crawford. The fol following
lowing following were elected officers: Presi President,
dent, President, Mrs. F. R. Gary; first vice pres president,
ident, president, Mrs. Dan Morgan Smith; sec second
ond second vice president, Mrs. J. H. Living Livingston
ston Livingston Sr.; treasurer, Mrs. R. G. Blake;
corresponding secretary, Mrs. J. 3.
Dickison; recording secretary, Mrs.
T. D. Crawford; historian, Misa Ber Bertie
tie Bertie Badger. ; : -,
Miss Leafy Sylvester acted the part
of little Isabel in the play of East ;
Lynne, which a road' company pre- j
scnted at the opera house on the
flight of the 18th.
Mr. Len Dozier had to decline the
office of tax collector, tendered him by
the governor, on account of inability
to make the $50,000 bond. He could
have given bond in a security com company,
pany, company, but our lawmakers, twenty
years after, 'haven't had the good
sense to prescribe such bonds instead
df personal security.
News came of the destruction of
the drygooda store of Tom Stovall at
Russelville, 3y.
Or. Abshier's house "at Belleview
.was burned. ,';'; vy .. ;:
. Chief Carmichael reported the
status of the fire department to the
council. There were 65 volunteer and
three paid members. The department
had put out twenty-five fires during
the year.
J, Sid Perry, the real estate agent,
reported a number of good sales and
improvement in business.
Harry Wright Keeble, aged 30,
passed away at the home of his
brother-in-law, Mr. R. B. Bullock.
Miss Nellie Stevens reported 105
pupils in the primary school.
Judging by the action taken at the
meeting of members of the fair as association
sociation association Friday, we are likely to have
the Marion County Fair this year as
usual? : We ; understand that av mass
meeting will be called to decide how"
much support the people will give it,
and we think our leading citizens un understand
derstand understand the vital necessity of keep keeping
ing keeping the fair going. Mr. J. Mi Mef Mef-fert
fert Mef-fert wants the fair turned over to the
ccunty, the commissioners to manage
it as a county agricultural and indus industrial
trial industrial institution. In. order to do this;
a special law would have to be passed
by the legislature. We think this
would do very -well f ox'Marlon county
with the'prescnt board in charge, but
how it- would work m- other Unties,
or even in thisi one twenty yeara-from
now we would be afraid to try to-forecast.
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It has just been discavered that
Leon Trotzky, the Russian-' Bolshevi Bolshevi-ki
ki Bolshevi-ki leader was under arrest in Spain
for a short time in 1916. He reached
Spain from France in October of that
year but the police, having learned
that he was a 'dangerous anarchist,"
arrested him at Vigo, took him to
Madrid and lodged him at the Cen Central
tral Central Prison from November 4 to 13
pending investigation. Subsequently,
he was released, but was requested to
leave the country. He then embarked
at, Barcelona for the United, States.
Eighteen men, employes of the
Tampa Shipbuilding Company, were
drowned by the upsetting of a boat in
the Tampa estuary Wednesday after afternoon.
noon. afternoon. The men were returning homt:
from work and had to cross the
estuary in rowboats. Too many
crowded into one of the boats and it
upset. Just blame attaches to the
cimpany for allowing so many men
to crowd into one boat.
Mayor Martin of Jacksonville
j threatens to run against Congress-
TnijT Soars Viiwaiiso Roqt Vftpf frtT
wwu, wwu.
equal suffrage. Sears is making a
good congressman and it seems to the
Star that he should be judged by his
record in general, not by his vote on
one subject.
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The order ofthe fuel administrator
was drastic, and will cause much in inconvenience,
convenience, inconvenience, but it looks to the Star
like t would have caused more not to
make it. Dr. Garfield gives mighty
good reason for his action, and 4ts
the Star's" opinion" that the country
should back him up.
Gen. E. W. Law of Bartow, was in
Tallahassee yesterday, having busi business
ness business at the 'capitol and called at this
office.. Gen. Law is the only surviving
major-general of the armies of the
Confederacy, and although eighty-one
years of age, finds time to take an
interest in public affairs, being 'i a
niember of the school board : of his
county. He carries his age well, and
talks over his war experiences wher
he can run into an old Confederate,'
as he did yesterday. He and Col
Frank Harris of the Ocala Banner,
are the two best loved men among the
newspaper fraternity of Florida. y
Tallahassee .Record. t
Ocala Iron Works Stockholders Meet-1
The annual meeting of the stocky
holders of the Ocala Iron Works will I
be held, in the company office, Ocala;
Fla., on Monday, the 4th day of Feb
ruary, A. 1918, at iu odocic a.
for the purpose of electing officers
and such other business as may,, be
required to come before the "meetine-.
Dated in Ocala, Fla this the J7ta
day of January, A. D. 1918.1 t
Signed ) : -r George MacKay,
Chas JE. Simmria, ; President
. Secretary, v- l-15isss-i


.-Washington, January 17, 1918.
Editor Star: I have a limited num number
ber number of copier of the yearbook of the
department of agriculture which I
will be very glad to send to anyone,
so long as the supply lasts. These
books are of especial interest to the
farmer and contain a, vast fund of
useful informatin on farming sub subjects.
jects. subjects. I would suggest that only
those who have a real need for the
looks write for them, on account of
the limited supply.
c Frank Clark, M. C.
A full assortment of they famous
.PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
the small fall garden- Ocala Seed
I Ocala, Florida
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Help Me
H elp to Win flic War!
- Let me paint your roof for
you. Bear in mind, tin roof s
don't wear out they rust out.
Composition roofs don't wear
out they dry 'out.
On all work intrusted to me
in response to this appeal, I
will give a discount of 5, on
condition that, said 5 be in invested
vested invested in War Savings Stamps.
! 210 Osceola SL, Ocala. Fla.
and one gallon of rure Raw Linseed
Oil make two gallons of the best and
j most durable Pure Linseed Oil House
paint ohtainahleat a cost of from
, iC A;
$145. to f 1.45 per gallon according to
thef price, of Pure. Linseed Oil in your
localityi -;':::.
, Get ione of our 2-4-1 color cards,,
which? explains the quantity- of Paint
yop rill need. ;
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9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
In connection with other features
cf this service the pastor will give a
brief report of the recent convention.
6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. in. Evening service.
Welccme to all.
Grace Episcopal
(Rev. Gilbert A. Ottmann, Rector)
7:30 a. m. Holy communion, every
Sunday. ;
11 a.' m Holy communion and
sermon, first Sunday.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser ser-mon,
mon, ser-mon, except first Sunday.
7 p. m Evening prayer and
sermon every Sunday,
9:45 a. m.- Sunday school.
All seats free. Every one welcome
at all services.
f First Presbyterian
9:30 a. m.--Sunday school.,
11 a. m. Preaching service.
2:30 p. m.--Junior Society.
7 p. m. Preaching service.
Midweek prayer meeting Wednes Wednesday,
day, Wednesday, 7:30 p. m.
; If the weather continues cold there
will be no service tomorrow evening.
Should the bell ring there will be ser service.
vice. service. We can get no coal and it' is
difficult to warm the church with wood
in coal stoves, x
. John R. Herndon, Pastor.
' Methodist
; ,9:30 a. m. Sunday schooL ?
11 a. in. Preaching. r
Subject, 1 Cor. 2:2:
3 p. m. Junior League. ; .
6 p. m. Senior League. v
7 p. m. Preaching.
Mid-week prayer meeting Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday at 7:30 p. m.
Everybody welcome.
Smith Hardin, Pastor.
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Christian Church
Dr. Edwin Hall, noted lecturer, well
known throughout Florida, has been
secured to deliver one of his 'famous
addresses at the Christian church to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow morning at 11 o'clock. While
Dr. Hall's headquarters have been
for. years in New York. city he is a
southerner, a native of Murfreesboro,
Tenn., and devoted t6 the South. Dr.
Hall is just from Virginia, where he
has. been lecturing for the Y. M. C. A.
and Red Cross. ; All are urged to
come. Dr. Hall's subject will be "The
American Christ versus the German
God.".. .".Y
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St. Phillip's Catholic Church
Mass at St. Phillip's Catholic church
will be said on Sunday at 10 o'clock,
and on week days at 7 o'clock. Sun Sunday
day Sunday school tomorrow will be at nine.
Christian Science Society of Ocala
' (Yonge's Hall)
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
5 Free reading room and library open
on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3 to 5.
Notice is hereby given that under j
and by virtue of an execution issued!
out of and under the seal of the cir-;
cuit court of Marion county, Florida,
of date January 5th. 1918, in a .cer
tain cause lately pending in said court t
m which the Munroe & tambuss
National Bank of Ocala was plaintiff,
and J. H. Carter was defendant, I
have levied on and will sell at public
outcry at.the west door of the Mar.
ion, county court house in Ocala, Flor Florida,
ida, Florida, on s
February 4th, 1918,
the land situated in Marion county,
Florida, particularly described as fol follows:
lows: follows: ' .' t
S of e of se4 of section 1 26,
township 13 south. ranee 20 east.
less fifteen (15) acres on the south
side. ;'."
Said property will be sold to realize
the amount due on said execution and
the cost -of sale.
- J. P. Galloway,
: Sheriff of Marion County, Florida.
I Hocker & Martin,
j Attorneys for Plaintiff. 1-5-sat
Of Commissioners' Sale
Notice is hereby given that the un undersigned
dersigned undersigned commissioners acting un under
der under authority of and in pursuance of
an order and decree Tendered on the
5th day of January, 1918,; by the Hon Honorable
orable Honorable W. S. Bullock, judge of the
circuit court of the fifth judicial cir circuit
cuit circuit of the state of Florida, in and
for Marion countv. in chancery, in a

certain partition suit pending in theiAi

said court wherein Harry btarke is
complainant, and William Edward
Starke, et at, are defendants, we will,
on : ''.
Monday, February 4 th, A. D. 1918,
offer for sale at public sale and sell
to the highest bidder for cash at the
south door of the court house in
Ocala, Florida, during the legal hours
of sale, to-wit: 11 o'clock a. m. and 2
o'clock p. m., the following described
lands in Marion county, Florida, to to-wit:
wit: to-wit: k - '. .. -
South half '(s) of southeast quar quarter
ter quarter (seU); southeast quarter (se VI)
of southwest quarter (sw4), and
south half (s&) of northeast quarter
(ne&) of southeast quarter (se),
of section twenty (20), township sev seventeen
enteen seventeen (17), south, :t range twenty twenty-five
five twenty-five (25), east.
D. Niel Ferguson.
F. R. Hocker,
S. S. Savage Jr.
... L. W. DuvaL
- Complainant's Solicitor. 5-5 1-sat
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 government.
ernment. government. Snith Grocery Company. St

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
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 Plani .
The Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank.

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prepared to meet the daily affairs. of bis business if he is not pro protected
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also tle highest class INDEMNITY AND BONDING concerns
the world Talk is over with us. ;

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We Have The Followiing Used Cars
on Hand:
One Maxwell, Touring Car, late 1917 model,
run less than 3000 miles,:pxice--. . ..iKSO.CO
One 1915 Models Maxwell touiing car, prices 01 75.00
One Reo Roadster, price,....... ... :..$1G0.CD
One Buick Touring car Five new tires,
.new top, etc. p rice ... . . -. .......... 03 0 0.C 0
One FQrd Touring car pf ice.... ........ ...S250.00
One Saxon Runabout, price...... .... J... ..O1O0.GO
One 1916 Model Maxwell Touring car, price.037G.00
These Are The Cash Prieces; But
Liberal Terms Can Be Arranged.



CONSERVATION is the watch word now,
and we take this method of asking that you
Help us Help the United States to Help
win the great war for world-wide democracy.
You can Help do this by CONSERVING in i
the use of gas. Use only what is absolutely
necessary.' It takes coal to make gas; coal
is badly needed by your government for
operating tr- ins and steamships. CON CONSERVE
SERVE CONSERVE whenever possible to do so. The
coal supply is limited, and unless CONSER CONSERVATION
VATION CONSERVATION is practiced conditions 'may arise
which wijl make it impossible for us to se secure
cure secure any. So, again we ask you to Help us
Help in this gigantic struggle for world-wide
democracy by using gas sparingly until it is
over. Believing that all Ocalans have the
great cause at beart, ai d that our request
will recieve their hearty co-operation in the
CONSERVATION of energy, we are
' Yours truly,
4 By J.D. Wilkes, Manager..
Ocala, Fla., January 11th, 1918.

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The Largest Dramatic and Musical Organization Ever. Toured
Without fear of contradiction EVERY WO MAN is the greatest play
on earth, arid I can guarantee this production of .Henry 4W. Savage's
Musical Spectacle to be one of tht most elaborate and best ever produc produced
ed produced in Ocala.
EVERYWOMAN is pne Of those creations which has made theatrical
history. In its very conception it is revolutionary. It follows no beaten
With its magnificent stage pictures its wealth of costumes and scen scenery
ery scenery it bewilders and astonishes while it entertains and enlightens.
There is no field of endeavor to which EVERYWOMAN does not ap-'
peal. Its theme is universal.' It carries a priceless message to every
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Also All Kinds of

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!$5:nlakes 20 soldiers happy
It will buy twenty of these 25 cent
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kits of tobacco and cigarettes- !l

look at tne ; bmoKes it buys

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Primary Department. Send for Catalogue.
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If You Have Any Newg for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Two-One-Five -or
Do Your Best
You may say what you please,
You may fret, you may tease.
After all, it won't help you my friend.
sLet your mind be at rest;
If youH but do your best, -"It
will all come out right in the end.";
When, 'neath clouds of distress,
You despair of success,
And the fates no encouragement lend,
. Do but act well your part,
And keep tip a strong heaTt, V
And "'twill all come out right innhe
end." ' -..
. Though we oft look ahead j
To the future with dread, k
And obstacles grave apprehend, t
Brave stheni all like a man,
Work as hard as you can,
For 'twill all come out right in the -.

, 7 end." Selected.
Choose Your Food Wisely
(U. S. Food Administration)
Study these five food groups. Every
food you eat may be put into one of
these groups.. Each group serve? a
special purpose in v nourishing your
body.. You should choose, some food
from each group daily.
1. Vegetables and fruits. ?r

. Milk, eggs, fish, jneat, cheese J
liMns. riP9 Tipnnnts - I

. 3. ; Cereals Corn meal, oatmeaj,
rice, bread, tc V s f
4, Sugar, sirups, jelly, honey, etsi.
5. Fats Butter, margarine, cot-,
tonseed oil, olive oil, drippings, suet.
You can exchange, one foodj for an another
other another in the same group. For exam example,
ple, example, oatmeal, may be used instead of
wheat, and eggs, or sometimes beans,
instead of meat; but oatmeal can not
be used instead of milk. Use both bat bat-meal
meal bat-meal and milk. ,'. ;'
,-You need some food 'from j each
groupT every day don't skip any.
Here are the Reasons W'hy You Need
; the Five Groups
Fruits and vegetables furnislf some
of, the material from which the body
is made and keep its many parts work working
ing working smoothly. They help prevent con constipation
stipation constipation which gives you headaches

ad makes you stupid. The kinds you
choose deepnd upon the season, but

remember that the cheaper ones ar

often as valuable as the more expen expensive.
sive. expensive.

Milk, eggs, fish, meat, peas, beans'

These help build u$ the growing body
and renew, used-up parts. That is their
main business. Dried peas and beans
make good dishes to use in place of

meat part of the time, but don't leave

out the other' foods entirely. Milk is

the most important. Buy at least a

pint a day for every member of your

family. J No other food can take its

place for children. Save on meat if

you must, but don't skimp on milk.
Cereals : Bread and breakfast foods.
These foods act as fuel to let you do
your work, must as the 'gasoline
burning yi an t automobile engine
makes the car go. This you can think
of as their chief business. And they
are usually -your cheapest fuel. Be Besides,
sides, Besides, they give your body some build building
ing building material.
'Don't think that wheat bread1 is the
only kind of cereal food. The govern government
ment government asks us to save wheat to send
abroad to our soldiers and the Allies.
Let the north try the southern- corn
bread and the south the oatmeal of the
north. Half the fun of cooking is ii
trying new thyigs. An; oatmeal pud pudding
ding pudding is delicious. ; s
Sugar and sirups are fuel, too, and
they give flavorto other foods. They
are valuable food, ,but many people
eat rnoreVof them5 than they neid.
Sweet fruits, of course, contain much
sugar and are better for the children
than candy. '. i .: (..
Fat is fuel. Some 'is needed espe especially
cially especially by hard-working people. RtT
member that expensive fats, are no

better jf pel than, cheap ones. Use'

drippings- Don't let the butcher keep
the trimmings from, your ,meat. The
belong to you. Children need some but butter
ter butter fat. Give it to ,them in plenty of
whole milk or in buttsr.


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Sale of Silks

Fancy Silts, Satins and Crepe de Chines at a 20 dis dis-;
; dis-; count from regular prices.
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'THE Federal Reserve Banking System, established by the government, stands
back of the range. Through our n embership in it we can help our patrons
carry live sfock which they are raising or faUtnir g for market.
FarmersV notes; with; not oyer six .months to run, given for raising or car carrying
rying carrying live stock, can be fediscounted by us with our Federal Res rve Bank,
thereby increasing our ability to extend to our patrons such help as they may need.
If you are in the live stock busint ss come in and talk with us. ;
Members of the Federal Reserve System.


, Attention, Rebekahs
The meeting will be called to order
next Monday night promptly at seven
o'clock in order that we may firiish
our business in time for the Temple
v. Mrs. Clara Moremen, N. G.
Mrs. Georgia Ten Eyck, Secretary.
-:;;v ry- -. v. . v.-
Mrs.1 E. M. Talley and children of
Inverness are spending several days
with friends in Ocala.
,Mrs. T. Eros returned to her homo
in Tampa Friday after a several
weeks visit to her cousins, Mr. and
Mrs, De Witt. Griffin.
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Mrs. B. F McCormick has returned
to her home in Tavares after a visit
ta her daughter, Mrs. J. R. Lettern,
just out of town.
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Mr. Wayne TenEyck is expected
home this afternoon from Camp John Johnston
ston Johnston to spend Sunday with his par parents,
ents, parents, Mr. and Mrs. M. A. TenEyck.
Mr. R. J. Register was a visitor at

the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
Eiggs the first part of the week. He
was enroute fi om Ocala to his home
in Middleburg. Lawtey news notes, j
i. j
rof. and Mrs. R. P. Cobb are re-;
joking over a postcard received yes- j
terday from their, son, Randolph,
which said jbe had landed ia safety j
and was in fine condition. Mr. Ran- i

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dolph;Cobb has a host of friends
here, and the news that he iis safe
from jail the dangprs' of the f greav
c.eepwiU'be" received with delight. t
Orlando Star.
The foregoing will be read with in interest
terest interest by many Ocala girls.
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Lieut R. L. Anderson, on Short Fur Fur-:
: Fur-: ; lough Home'
Many friends of Lieut. Hobert L.
Anderson, stationed at Camp Gordon,
were delighted to, hear this morning
that he was expected home this after after-nton
nton after-nton on the Floridian for a forty forty-eight
eight forty-eight hour furlough. i 4
Paula Shay with "Every woman"
Everybody will admire the richness
and the completeness of the produc production
tion production "Everywoman," and will 'see. and
understand its pojilar( appeal. j
.Interest in the acting is centered in
no one part. Percy Parsons player of
"Nobody, would seem, perhaps, to be
tHe : most impressive of the players,
endlif all women were as beautiful as
Mis3 Paula Shay as "Everywoman,
who in staturesque form and beauti beautiful
ful beautiful face is fitted to assume the ideal
of air her sex,' the feminine world
would be rid of many of it3 problems.
Everywoman" should be seen by all
who champion the ideal and the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful in everyday life.
Mrs. W. A. Barrett, and daughter,
Stella returned home Friday after afternoon
noon afternoon from Leesburg, where they had
been visiting since Wednesday." They

were accompanied by Mr. Barrett,
who joined them there Thursday and
by Miss Marion Niel, an attractive

Own Your Own Home
: '." A House 'and Two Lots,
',."i'v- $850 -,. V
A House and 3 Acres i
'i $2,000
A House and 2 Lots
Can be Bought With Monthly Pay Payments
ments Payments of j
. .?''J $10
Room 5, Holder Block,
Ocala, Florida


is made especially to resist all weath weather
er weather conditions so when painting why
not use the thing for tha purpose? It
will cost no more will look right and
wear right.:. A; '. :J.,7
For ;Sale Tly -THE
Ocala, Fla.

Atlantagirl who 3 spending the win
tor in Eustii. 1 i
Meeting of Literary Branch

The literary branch of the mission-

ary society of the Methodist church
will meet Monday, afternoon at three
o'clock at the home of Mrs. Walter
Hood. Mrs." W. H. Clark wffl jead the
meeting and has prepared a most in interesting
teresting interesting program. These meetings
are very .enjoyable and the ladies of
the Methodist sewing circle are invit invited
ed invited as well as the members of the lit literary
erary literary branch.1 Bring your Red Cross
wcrk if you have any or bring fancy
work for the Easter bazaar.
j Mrs. Walter Hood, Supt.,
Study and Publicity.
To' Marion' County A. R. C. Knitters
Marion county American Red Cross
knitters are requested to note and
follow these rules: ; L I" v v
Crochet twice around the neck of
all sweaters. .... -, a. 11 ;
Crochet once around the face open opening
ing opening of helmets. j
Sweaters should be as near eight eighteen
een eighteen inches in width as possible.
Sweaters, should be from 24 to 23
inches in length. ; :t
., Knitters are requested to go by in inches
ches inches instead of stitches, as some knit
very loosely, others closely.
Knitters are requested to sew or
crochet sides of sweaters with con contrasting
trasting contrasting yarn. The object of this is
to save the sweaters on wffunded sol soldiers,
diers, soldiers, as the side seam can be easily
Do not knot yarn. Split yarn of
each piece for several inches and over overlap
lap overlap several times.
Notice to Knitters
- All ladies knitting for the Red
Cross are urged to hasten and finish
the work on hand and send their ar articles
ticles articles in by Wednesday, the 23rd, as
another shipment will be made that
day. i 1- 15-3t



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Size Flaia Safely
30 x 3 ... 513.40 $14.10
30 x 312 17.45 18.25
31 x'3.75 (Fits any
30 ;x 3 y2 rim) . 20.75
32 x 3y2 .... 20.40 21.40
33 x 4 ... 28 55 29.85
34 x 4 ...... 29.15 30.65





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Phone 78 107 Oklawaha Ave.

To Those Knitting Helmets
i i
All ladies knitting Red s Cross hel helmets
mets helmets are requested to crochet around
the face opening. 9-tf
Mr. and Mrs. John McClymonds of
San Francisco will arrive tomorrow
afternoon from Tampa for a visit to
Mr. McClymond's stepmoter, Mrs; J.
H. McClymonds. Mr. McClymonds. is

vice president of the Southern Pacific

He and his wife have been touring the
state for several weeks .and are now
on their way to Kentucky.
The Bartow Record says of the late
Mr..Parvin Blalock: "For a couple of
years Mr. Blalock was the efficient
lockkeeper for the Pplk County Na National
tional National Bank of this city. He was
quiet and" unassuming in his manner
and by his courteous treatment made
many friends who will be grieved to
learn of his passing.
Mrs. George Ford will return to
her home in Jacksonville this after afternoon,
noon, afternoon, after a month's visit to her
parents; Mr. and Mrs. B. A. Weath Weath-ers.
ers. Weath-ers. . .- .'. ." '
(Concluded on Fourth 'Page)


And Sozr Stcsadi Caused Tth.
Lady Much Suffering. Bkck-
Drauglt Reiie?ed.
Meadorsvllle, Ky. Mrs. Pearl Pet Petri
ri Petri ck, of this place, writes: "I was
very constipated. I had sour stomach
and was so uncomfortable. I went to
the doctor. Ke gave me some pill3.
They weakened me and seemed to
tear up my digestion. They would
gripe me and afterwards it seemed
1 was more constipated thaa before.
I "heard of Black-Draught and de decided
cided decided to tryjt. I found It just what I
needed.' It wa3 an easy laxative, and.
not bad to swallow. My digestion soon
Improved. I got well of the sour stom stomach,
ach, stomach, my bowel3 soon seemed normal,
no more griping, and I would talre a
dore now and then, and was la goo I
. I cannot sa-w too much for Black.
Draught for It Is the .finest laxative
one can uss,"
Thedford's Black-Drausht hes for
many years been found of great value -in
the treatment of stomach, liver and
bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentls
and reliable in It3 action, leaving no no-bad
bad no-bad after-effects. It his won the praise
of thousands of people who have used
ft. NC-12S

A carload of cotton seed direct from
Edisto Island, S. C assures you free free-and
and free-and "do your bit", to help your gov gov-dom
dom gov-dom from boll weevil. Get yours now,
ernment. Smith Grocery Company. 3t
A Star for sale ad may do the work.


ocala evilnlng stab, satuedat, jaxuaet is. vns

i 1 Sill IB

music and; contests.' These young folks
are: very- pat? lotkr and have 'decided
not to serve any more refreshments
until the war is over.

A Card of Appreciation

(Contir.nA frm Third Page,


. ... ; M The 'Red Cross received the follow-

uance at tne tomans ciuft nday ing. crd this mornw from Hasten

'L. I O'Neal at Camp Wheeler. Mr. O'Neal
- Several young men of the younger Uva Ocala boy, and worked for the
d.-trcir.g set gave an informal, but de-frord garage here. 'The other side of
lightful dance at the Wopian's Club ; the, card had a picture of the boys in
house last night.. .J, Co: A. The card shows how the boyjf
The crowd' was chaperoned by Mrs. ; appreciate Red Cross work:
X. E. Dehon, Mrs. E. H. Martin mq 1 "To the Marion County A. R. C:
Mrs. Harry Hail. A darkey pianist "My best wishes to the ladies of
furnishe(hthe music. : y the Ocala Red Cross who were good
The fcllovang were, the dancers. enough' to prepare the box for Com Com-Misses
Misses Com-Misses Ellen Stripling, Callie Gissen- ; pany A. I assure you my thanks can, Sara Dehon, Louise and Lour-i not be expressed for the sweater and
cen Spencer and Winnie Flippen, helmet which I reecived.

Messrs. John,Batts, Reuben Blalock,
Marshall Carh, Wellie Meffert, J. B.
Chamberlain, Robert and William
Hall, Holmes Walters, Mack Taylor,
James Ellis and William and Ray
Avery. ; '

"Mechanic M. A. O'Neal."

was splendid, as usual and in the
prologue,? used her original Nell
Brinkley get-up.
Miss Mamie Billings of Hastings
arrived in Ocala Thursday afternoon
to visit her sister, Mrs. G. G. Mayn Maynard
ard Maynard on Lake Weir avenue.
The Junior League will give a
"shepherd program" at the-Methodist
church next Friday evening at 7:30
o'clock. Everyone cordially invited.
Program given next week.
Mr. EdwardChaial will entertain
Misses Lucile Gissendaner, Jewel
Bridges and Virginia Beckham and
Messrs. Homer Agnew and Ralph

Cullen at a moving picture party at-f

the Temple theater tonight. After
the pictures the party will go to the
home of the host's parents, where a
Welsh rarebit supper will be served.


Red Cross Shipment
The shipping committee sent a Red
Cross' shipment to the forwarding
warehouse in Jacksonville yesterday.
The articles were made since Novem November
ber November by Mrs. G. A. Ottmann's workers

in class No. 1. The'box contained thef

icllowmg surgical dressings:
280 gauze compf esses, 4x4; 380
gauze compresses, 9 x 9; 75 four four-tailed
tailed four-tailed muslin bandages; 80 T muslin
bandages; 90 abdominal bandages;
2h triangular bandages 55 many many-tailed
tailed many-tailed bandages.
Mrs. D. C. Stiles' class (and the
Summerfield class each sent boxes
last week, but the secretary has not
received the invoice yet. The list of
their articles will be published the
first of the weekv
Mr. Ray Avery of Gainesville came
yesterday to be the guest of his
brother, Mr. William Avery until
Sunday night. v
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"Broadway Arizona" Temple Attrac Attraction
tion Attraction Today
"Broadway Arizona," a Triangle
feature, is booked for the Temple to

day. This is sure to be good, for thejlier, in Tuscaloosa, Ala.

leading lady is Olive Thomas Pick Pick-ford.
ford. Pick-ford. Olive Thomas pictures are now be being
ing being made in California, where her
young husband, Jack Pickford, is
making Lasky pictures.
Olive Thomas has been nick-named

ill nils.

Messrs. A. J. Baxter and George j
Kowell of Fort McCoy were in town
Nunnally's Candies always fresh, j
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf j

Mr. C. A. Thomas of jClearwater is I
visiting his numerous friends in this j
. I
C. A. Emerson, the Ocala abstract j
man, is here again working up some;

abstracts. Inverness Chronicle.

. Mr. T. L. Brothers of Bartow has j
teen an Ocala visitor since Tuesday, ;
combining business and pleasure.

Rev. W. H Coleman Jeft this after-

s noon for Kissimmee, where he has .ac-

Mrs. E. Van H-od is the guest of cepted the pastorate of the Christian
her eldest, daughter, Mrs. W. E. Col- church.


Mr A. T. Thomas left this rnorn-
t inc for Arradia. Tamna nnH nthpr

ing for Arcadia, Tampa and

Kf,T:th Flnnna nnintc

- i return about Tuesday.

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MONDAY NIGHT o'''in- c "naa points, tie expects xo

Mrs. L. T. Izlar, who is visiting her'
daughter in Blackville, S. C, has de decided
cided decided to remain 'there for several

weeks longer. v

Friends of Mr. and Mrs. G. G.
Maynard and son, Jack regret to hear
that Mr. Maynard has been quitt ill
for nearly a week. Mr. Maynard ctime
from Rock Springs last Saturday,
where he has been in the postoffice
which lias been discontinued. Mr.
Maynard will probably farm in the
future on his pretty place near LowelL
The Senior Epworth League mem members
bers members had their regular social last eve evening
ning evening at the home of Rev. and Mrs.
Smith Hardin. There ; were about
twenty-five leaguers-present and sev several
eral several extra friends. The evening was
spent very informally with ? games,

blonde who has been called by a
present-day artist thescreen's pret prettiest
tiest prettiest girl TheJTemple will also have
a good comic.
. '
The members of the Parent-Teachers
Association held their regular
monthly meeting in the North Ocala
school Friday afternoon.; A great
many parents from North Ocala at attended
tended attended this interesting meeting, at
which Mrs. William Hocker and Mrs.
J. R. Moorhead gave special short
talks. A number of the school chil children
dren children also attended, the meeting ana
served sandwiches and chocolate,

wmcn iney naa xurnisnea ana pre prepared.
pared. prepared. 'm
Mr. anpl Mrs. Frank Haviland and

i a party of Helleview friends formed

a motor party here : this morning
They report 85 Red Cross members
and say the surgicaK dressings class
operates four sewing machines.. The
ladies there are doing splendid Red
Cross work, and besides knitting ana
surgical dressings are also making
footraats ,forthe soldiers' cots in hos hospitals.
pitals. hospitals.
The. embroidery circle of "the" Pres Presbyterian
byterian Presbyterian church will be, entertained
Monday afternoon, at three o'clock by
Mrs. Rex tf. Todd at the manse.
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Mae Murray, the original Nell
Brinkley girf, formerly, a Lasky and
Universal star, was seen at the Tem

ple last night in ?Face Value." ,.SheJ

In accordance with the order of the



Perfection, in Fit

Sheriff Galloway left this after afternoon
noon afternoon for Camp Wheeler, to visit hi
boys, Roy and Jack, both with Geor Georgia
gia Georgia regiment sin the camp.

fuel administration closing theaters
on Monday nights, there will be no
performance at the Temple Monday
evening, and the date with the Royal
Hawaiian Singers has been canceled.
Mr. Bennett also gives notice that
unless the orders of the fuel admin administration
istration administration are changed, there will be no

f V.. ...(..AN" V V OUT iUUU I

day evening until the specified ten f The people of Bell eview had an en en-weeks
weeks en-weeks are up.'It is very likely how- Jovatle and well attended dance at

ii.ii iiuuuvusc lasii uikuu J. cuuic

. Pi-escriptions filled at Gerig's Drug
Store by registered pharmacists. One
is" on duty at all times. tf

ever that this part of the instructioris

will be changed in a few days.
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: ;
RATES: Six line maximum, one time 25cl; three times 50c; six
times yuc; one month $3. Payable in advance. rf



. "My Optician'?

MULES. FOR SALE Three first first-class
class first-class mules, prices right Apply to G.
M. Brown, at Moss Bluff, Fla. 18-tf

COTTAGE f6r RENT Corner of

vl especially offer my services to the Iwatula and ?onth Tl, w An
-eople of Central Florida and, invite V h. street. Ap
ersonal visits or maal ordei sT I pIy- .to c Rhemauer. 12-tf


202-204 Kogan.-St., Park HotelBldg,



houses. Phone 220

; x- viv. o-tt.ji.iii new worm-arive i? ora
truck with body; 1917 4-clinder. Buick,

RENT Five room cottage with I ?7f 2, V913 9d? ?50;
n space, barns, shed, fowl 1914 TllTt pnC? ?7?; and other


Sales Co., Ocala, Fla.


WANTED To exchange for a Ford
euto 20 acres of land. Address, H.
II. Hutchinson, Box 3, Fort 'McCoy,
Fla. 18-6H
RAGS "WANTED The larger, the
better. Must be well laundered. No
sewing room scraps. Star ofSce. 3t

MAGAZINES Anyone interested ,'in
several years Did Popular Mechanics,.
American Boy and several hundred
other magazines can vhave them by
calling at the Star office at once. 2t

of seven rooms with all improve improvements;
ments; improvements; large lot with garage and gar

den on rear street. Price $1350. Ap-y

'Franklin St., city. 16-10t v
. FOR SALE New typewriter, at $3
per month. -v Room 5, Holder Block,
' Ocala, Fla. 12-tf

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. rl-5-lm,
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FOR SALE Home cured lard and
home cured smoked meats. Every
pound guaranteed. Any quantity. Ad Address
dress Address C. H. Luffman, Sparr, Fla. lm

FOR SALE Owing to change- in
business offer until Monday noon,
January 21st, 1915 model 80 Over Overland
land Overland roadster in perfect 1 condition.
Recently repainted. All new tires in including
cluding including extra tire and rim complete.
Electric lights, dimmers ancf self self-starter
starter self-starter in good" condition. Car. is at
Anthony in care of T. A. Lamb, who
has authority to sell Price. Two twenty-five
($225). S. A.' Lamb, Bruns Brunswick,
wick, Brunswick, Ga., owner. 16-3t
FOR "RENT Furnished rooms; elec electric
tric electric lights, bath, gas stove and other
modern conveniences. Phone 408, or
- call at 115 jOrange avenue. 14-tf
FOR SALE 14 Buick roadster, four
new tires. Cost ?1450. Price $350. Ap Ap-ply
ply Ap-ply to Theusv Brothers'- Furniture
Store, Ocala, Fla. thu-fri-sat

Mr. Gorge Pasteur, in compliance
with the order,, of the fuel adminis administration,
tration, administration, shut down the Ocala Steam
Laundry, butvwas- informed lateHhis

morning thru Mr. R. L. Anderson by
State Administrator Williams' that
laundries had been exempted from
the order.; It, was too late, to start
'again today, -but the laundry will be
doing, business as usual Monday
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(Ocaleean Ensign)

The High School base ball L team 1 Our toilet articles are the best to be
ll n it. 1 A .1 1 4 m .. ....

will start its practice about the mid

dle of next month. v :
The team this year will not be as
strong in some departments s, in for former
mer former years. When the boys take the
field there will be at least six neV
faces on the team. Robert Hall, Wal Wallace
lace Wallace Canova. and Reuben Blalock. be being,
ing, being, the only players left over from
last year. ; C

Blalock s will be seen again, behind

the bat as this

arid .Carnahan,

is his regular position.

The, pitching v4ill be left up to Winer

youngr pitchers. The candidate 'for
the -infield are: Thomas, Talbc tt,
Cariova, Wallis, Elock and Carnahan.
V The outfielders', Hall, Smith and
Meffert are as 'good or even better
than the ones last year.
At an early date, a meeting will be
called to elect a manager and cap captain,
tain, captain, and then the schedule for the
coming season will be arranged.
v We, wish to announce that Miss

Anna Hollebaugh of Baltimore, will

were present from all over the south southern
ern southern part of the county.
: ; :
Needham Brothers have just com completed
pleted completed the plumbing and heating ap apparatus
paratus apparatus in the new building east of
town which will shortly be occupied
by the state industrial school.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf
Dr. Bryant of Oxford, was visiting
friends in the city yesterday. Dr.
Bryant is not only an efficient young
physician, but takes much interest fin
educational affairs.

had at any, price. Try them and "buy

war savings stamps?, with the sav savings.
ings. savings. -The Court Pharmacy: tf
The friends of Mr. R. A. Green will
regret to hear that he continues quite
ill at his rooms in the Arms House.
He is lucky in one things however; he
has an extra good nurse.
Scoutmaster Stephens was held at
home by a sore throat last night, but
his company of scouts met in the arm armory
ory armory and had a good time skating and
practicing gymnastic, exercises.
Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have us 'fill your
prescriptions for accurate service.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
Ben Rheinauer says that if we have
a fair this year his big firm will make
an exhibit. Now, if all the other mer merchants
chants merchants would make the same pledge
what a fine fair we could have.

Mr. W. T. Moore has opened a fruit
and confectionary store in the Cam

b in charge of our workroom this building on Magnolia street. Mr.

moore witn nis iamily arrived only a
few days ago from North Carolina.
. v -- - -; .,
Messrs. Hpnrv Crvonpr nnrl Clonrtrt

ests, studying the latest modes, de-) Thomas of the Ocala Fertilizer Co.,

"season. She is an expert designer

and trimmer and has been irt the
northern and eastern markets since

the middle of December in our inter-

RAGS RANTED Cotton rags, no
scraps. Apply at the Star office, tf
WANTED Old False Teeth Don't
Matter if Brokeml pay $2 to $15 per
set. Also cash for old gold, silver and
broken jewelry. Send by. parcel post
and receive check by return mail. Will
hold goods ten days for sender's ap approval
proval approval of my offer. L. Mazer, 2007 So.
5th St., Philadelphia, Pa. 17-18t

Pigs feet 5cw each; hogshead 10c; per
pound. No deliveries. Ocala Ice &
Packing Company. 17-6t

FOR SALE Nice lot 70 x 112 in sec second
ond second ward. Also wish to rent or pur purchase
chase purchase 80-acre farm near Ocala.?
W. Condon. 1-8-tf

FOR SALE Seed Peanuts, at $2 per
bushel. Apply to H. C. Heseman,
Lowell, Fla. 15-6t
BARGAIN 1916 Dodge touring car;
new tires and .new top; completely
overhauled and in first class shape
throughout. This car is a genuine bar bargain,,
gain,, bargain,, and will, be sold cheap. See
Blalock Bros. 16-tf

signs, fabrics and all that constitute

distinctiveness and style in ; the mil millinery
linery millinery world. Also selecting mater materials
ials materials and getting up patterns.
Miss Hollebaugh .is expected to ar arrive
rive arrive in Ocala Saturday and on Mon Monday,
day, Monday, Jan. 21, will be iri charge of her
position, and will cheerfully and
efficiently render hef best services to
all patrons and friends of the Af Affleck
fleck Affleck Millmery Parlor, Ocala Hotise
Block, opposite Gerig's Drug Store.
Phone 161. ;- 15-6td-&w

of Jacksonville, were transacting bus

iness in Lawtey one day last week
and were guests at the home' of Mr.
and Mrs. A. M. Blanchard. Lawtey
news notes.

There's a bake, shop here in town
Where bread's baked nice and brown;
Also cakes and pies
Which none" can despise
And youH not be served with a frown.
15 6t Carter's Bakery.

The friends of the. girls' basket basketball
ball basketball team of the high school are sorry
for their defeat by- Sanford Friday

The Only Line in America
Backed by Real
Merchant Tailoring

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- '-" . v v
' ." the federal land 'bank j i
is now investigating fiorida loan applications, the
bank furnishes special -forms for record data re-
"garding.,your title and will not accept the usual
abstract made by any abstractor in fiorida.
if you have made an application for a loan, it
is of vital importance to you to show now that your
title security is as good as your value security, if
you have noi .made application but think of doing
so get your title in shape now so that when your
application is made, that delay will not be caused
by the necessity of then perfecting the rec&rd title
to your lands. 4
without solicitation,! have been appointed a local
examiner' for the federal land)bank and my years
of experience both in abstract and title work .war-
, rant me in sayfrig that my services, for you, will
result in properly placing before the land bank, in
the, least possible time, 'the title data required in -connection
with your loan. ...

- t

r.. s. rogers,

m. & c bank' building.

telephone no. AZ1

afternoon, but the girls do so well We have left a few ofthose 29-Jcer.t
that they can afford, to, lose once in boxes of Correspondence Cards which
awhile. They put up a splendid game we think, will please you. Geri;fja
and lost by the close score -of 23 to 20. Diug Store.
They will make up for lost time be-

tore tne season -is over. tuy war savmgs stamps to i neip

win the war4 and have: us fill your

M w"uy- l- s i,' ai:p, tThe Court Pharmacy.

cd. .:.-.

Misses Florence Conibear and Mabel
Meffert were out raising money for
the war work, of the Y. M. C.A. to today,
day, today, 'and met many cheerful responses.'



, fx uuuui ui uuutcia ituui uuuuuci
field went thru the city this forenoon
bound for the big scrub east of the
Oklawaha river, where they will hunt
deer and fish for several days. Among

them were Commissioner Joe Davis, j
J. E, Branch and H. C. Goff. They ex- I

pect to return next Wednesday and
if theyx have as good sport as they did
on their last trip to that favored

hunting ground will come home load- j
ed dpwn with game. j


Tea Rooms j

8 A. M. to 7:30 P. M.
N. MainSt., Opposite PostofSce

Mclver-& lacEay
PHONES 47, 104, 03


Careful Estimates made on all Ccn.

. The Altar Guild of Grace Episcopal i

cnurcn announces tnat it is now ready ; trttc work. Gives More and Better

ing of all kinds. Phone 70. 15-3t contractor in the city.



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Notice is hereby given "that on the
4th day of February, A. D. 1918, the
undersigned will present our ac accounts
counts accounts and vouchers to the judge of
probate in and for Marion county
Florida, at his office at the court courthouse
house courthouse in Ocala, and will make our
final settlement and will apply for
final discharge as such executors.
This August 4th, 1917.

As Executors of the Estate of N.' L
Fort, Deceased. 8-4-sat

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Notice Is hereby given that on the
10th day of April. A. D. 191S, the tin tin-dersi"Tiei
dersi"Tiei tin-dersi"Tiei will present my account
and Touchers to the Judge of probate
in and for Marion county, Florida, at
his office at the courthouse in Ocala,
and will make tny final settlement and
will apply for final discharge as such
executrix- of the ; estate of Edward
Dreyfous deceased. v :z
Th la 2nd day of October, 1917..
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