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OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 24, 1918.
VOL. 25, NO. 22
RETIRE III ITALY
Fell Back from Positions Occupied for
Several Weeks on the
Italian Headquarters in Northeru
Italy, Wednesday, Jan. 23. The ene enemy
my enemy has evacuated territority on the
northern mountain front behind Monte
Tomba, extending from the Piave riv river
er river westward.1 Their defense lines are
jdow moved back to Monte Spinoncia.
Sill I A SUB
American Steamer Owasco Formerly
the German Allemania
An Atlantic Port, Jan. 24. The
American steamship Owasco, former formerly
ly formerly the German steamer Allemania,
seized here when the United States
entered the war, was sunk by a sub submarine
marine submarine early in December off th
Spanish coast in the Mediterranean,
according to survivors who arrived
here today. Two members of Xhe crew
LIST OF REGISTRANTS
Ordered to Appear, for, Physical Ex Examination
amination Examination January 30
John Bowman, Lacota.
' Eddie Franklin, Cotton Plant.
Albert F. Tucker, Conner.
S. B. Brown, MarteL
v. J. A. Perkins, Ocala.
. Charlie Johnson, Anthony.
Albert Waters, Reddick,
Charley Green, Ocala. -,
Tony Kiariakos, Tampa.
Jesse Glymp, Summerfield.
Will Hood, Anthony.
it! (, Charley Da,vis, Romeo.,.
' A. W. DeCamp, Bayonne, N. J.
. Edward J. Wilson, Citra.
Josh Foster, Ocala. x
James W. Hooker, Sparr. ;
Dewey Lasky, Candler.
Wesley McQueen, Ocala.
Aaron Calhoun, York.
Lloyd Williams, Ocala.
.Laurie Lanier,; Weirsdale.
Odus Calvin, Reddick.
Jesse Roberts, Lowell-.
Joe -Rowe, Clara.
Gillfus Collins, Martel.
H. G. Akins, Bartlesville, Okla.
Allen Brown, Oklawaha.
Ezekiel Hart, Wildwood.
Israel Vernon, Ocala.
H. R. Turner, Ocala.
Paul Hawkins, Altoona.
Arthur Pool, Montbrook.
Wesley Evans, Flemington.
Robert F Connor, Sanford.
Frank Goodman, .Meredith.
R. J. Colden, Williston.
John G. Blitch, Morriston.
Edward Sessions, Reddick.,
Major Drummer, Williston.
Jesse Williams, Ocala.
, Jesse Knight, Meredith.
Tomp Young, Citra.
Wm. M. Knight, Citra.
John Thomas, Ocala,
Will Wright, Irvine.
James C. Standley, Weirsdale.
C E. Connor Jr., Ocala.
Willie Graham, Ocala.
Forbes B. Wood, Ocala. v
Laurence R. Mack, Micanopy.
Local Board for Marion County,
By L. R, Trammell, Chief Clerk.
The county educational association
is called to meet at the high school
building in Ocala Saturday, January
26 at 10 a. m.
We expect to have an interesting
program and refreshments and will
decide at what place to hold the next
Hoping that every teacher who can
do so and as many from the public at
large as can attend will be with us, I
am. ? Very respectfully, v
J H. Brinson.
WAR ON HOG JCHOLERA
Mr. Herman Morns of, Washing
ton C. H. Ohio is now located at
Ocala, Florida prepared to vaccinate
hogs with Interstate serum and virus.
Hcgs treated with this renowned vac vaccine
cine vaccine makes them immune against chol cholera
era cholera for life. If a farmer can make
money feeding hogs covered with ljce
and full of worms, he can make much
more money by keeping them cjean of
vorms and lice. He is state agent for
the Common-Sense Stock Powder.
Write or wire him at the Colonial
hotel. He will go on short notice to
treat hogs as he receives fresh serum
and vini3 every week from the plant
at Kansas City, Mo. 23-2t
It pays to advertisedin the Star.
SHARP REPLY FROM
Firmly Stands by his Charges and
Declares the President Does
Not Know the Facts
Washington, v Jan. r. 24. Senator
Chamberlain, chairman of the mili military,
tary, military, committee, rose to a question of
personal privilege today and replied
to the president's recent statement
that Senator Chamberlain had made
an "astonishing, absolutely unjustifi unjustifiable
able unjustifiable distortion of the truth."
Senator Chamberlain stood firmly
by his charge that America's military
establishment was enmeshed in in inefficiency,
efficiency, inefficiency, repeated the statements
that drew the president's displeasure
and declared that, the .president him himself
self himself doesn't1 know the truth.
Senator Chamberlain declared he
would show that the deaths of hun
dredsand thousands of men in can- j
tonments ana camps were aue to tne
war department; "that ajl epidemics
could have been prevented if the war
department had been effective."
LIST OF REGISTRANTS'
WHO FAILED TO REPORT
Here is hereby certified the follow following
ing following list ,of the names and addresses
of persons who have failed to submit
Ira Chisolm, Williston ; Will Davis,
Ocala; Frank Buckner, Bradentown;
Gilbert Wallace, Ocala; Jeffery Mich Michael,
ael, Michael, Ocala; Charley Covington, Okla Oklawaha;
waha; Oklawaha; Thos P. Ward, Kendrick; Obie
Roberts, Lacota; Josh Weathers, Red Reddick;
dick; Reddick; Albert Merion,5 Willie Heath,
Will, Sullivan, Ocala; Harris JVIcMa JVIcMa-hon,
hon, JVIcMa-hon, Clearwater; Ben-Adams, Lacota;
Walter. Goodwin, Sparr; Dave Gra Graham,
ham, Graham, Mcintosh; Harrison Riley, Red Reddick;
dick; Reddick; Charles Percell, Lacota; : Alvin
Phillips, Ocala; Marfon Robinson,
York; Ed George, Jake Ware, Lacota;
Jesse W. Freer, Summerfield, in tht
army;' E. R. Mills, Conner, in armyf
XW ..FNeiAfrnhpefer,' Lowell, in .the
army; G. F. Turner, Gaiter, in navy;
Falon Denham, Reddick j in army.;V.
J. Randall, Conner, in army ; Davj
Dunlap, .Weirsdale; Will; Smith, Sum Summerfield,
merfield, Summerfield, in army ; Ray C. Wallace,
Zaber, in navy; Charlie White, Dade
City; Lee Jones, Kendrick; ; Cyrus; J.
Harrison, Citra, in army; Lee Calvin,
Kendrick; Charles Hill, Lacota; -Mack j
Williams, Ocala; Sim Massenberg,
Elbert Anderson, Ocala; John Wesley
iBlack, Bryceville; Henry Thomas,
Dunnellon; G. H. .Ross, Sparr; John
Blackshear, Ocala ; Percy C. Smith,
Ocala, in navy; ; Leonard Maxwell,
Electra; Will Johnson, Ocala; Sam Samuel
uel Samuel Birdwell, Martel; James' Jacobs,
Carlos Spence, Ocala; Allen Brown,
Oklawaha; Wm. E. Simmons, Augus Augusta,
ta, Augusta, Ga.; CharKe Perry, Martel; Bar Barney
ney Barney T. Wellsr Eureka, in army; Geo.
L. Montgomery, Ocala; Sam Caesar
Quarterman, Lacota; Jesse Allen
Fairfield; Jim Ball, Summerfield;
Luther Wade, Ocala; Wm. E. Pound,
Ocala, in army; Ardis Chapman, La Lacota;
cota; Lacota; Charlie Williams, Ocala; Albert
Shaw, Ocala; George Guy, Ocala;
Bernis Bridge Fish, Alexander, Ark.;
Obie Kennedy, Anthony; Claud Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Jacksonville; Leslie S. Anderson,
Ocala, in Army; Will Brooke, Fairfield
Joshua F. Gist, Mcintosh, in Navy;
Clyde J. Fridy, Reddick, in -Army;
George W. Denney, Ocala, in Army;
Eli Williams, Summerfield; Edward
Hayward j Ocala ; Leon, Franklin Mor Morgan,
gan, Morgan, Romeo; James Howell, Sparr;
Oliver Riley, Dunnellon; Ed Miller,
Ocalaf William Ryan, Fairfield; Frank
Adams, Morriston;. Haze Wttliatas,
Morriston; Frank Morew, Dunnellon;
James Ellis Brigance, Ocala, in navy;
James Duffy, Jr., Ocala, in army; Lew Lewis
is Lewis Burton Conway, Dunnellon, in ar army;
my; army; Julius Sumpter, Columbia City;
Will Small, Oak; Samuel Perry An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, Ocala, in army; William George
Citra; Samuel Smith, Jacksonville;
Donald Knoblock,; Martin, in army,
George Lewis MacKay, in army in
France; Tom Weathers, Reddick; Lew Lew-ellyn
ellyn Lew-ellyn A. Snow, Ocala, in army; Sea-
phus Hope, Belle view; Paul Hamilton,
Martel; Sam Bryant, Rockwell; Jay
Hugh Early, Warwick, Gal; Jameik
Morgan, Granite Quarry, N. C; Allen
Erl Petri e, Bay Lake; William Bryant
Hitchcock, Burbank; James Cromp Cromp-ton,
ton, Cromp-ton, Ocala; Robert Eugene Jackson;
Henry Williams, Belleview; Glover
Denham, Reddick, in army; Dock Pore,
Eustis; Henry Oliver Keep, Jackson Jacksonville;
ville; Jacksonville; Jim Nichols;' Citra; Johnnie
Chambers, Ocala; Marion Goodman,
Ocala; Shedrick Maynor, Ocala in ai ai-my;
my; ai-my; Van D. Westley, Ocala; Simon
Fletcher, Perryj Odus .Calvin Radford,
Columbia, S. C; .WiUjStoke, Ocala;
Abe Lawson, Ocala," in navy; James
Maxie Ponder, Ocala; Charles Jackson,
Ocala; Goldie B. McAllister, Citra, in
army; John Mitchell,Rieddick; Waynt
A'. Ten Eyck, Ocala; in army; Dzier
Greer, Morriston; James Adams, Ocala
Nathaniel Daniels, Ocala; r Earnest
Williams, Lake Weir; William F.
Christian; Mcintosh; Ima Ura Forbes,
Suspected that Candy Supplied
Our Soldiers and Sailors Has
Been Poisoned by Spies
Washington, Jan. 24 The discovery
of "impurities" in candy supplied to
the canteens of the navy and ships
today caused the issue of an order
suspending the sale of candy to the
men, also the purchase of additional
supplies pending investigations. Offi Officials
cials Officials were careful not to say what the
impurities were, but there is a re recurrence
currence recurrence of the report that powdered
glass has been discovered. No cases
of sickness have been reported.
Price of Shoes Principally Owing to
the Greed of the Meat
Packers -': -v
,;; (Associated Press) :
: Washington, Jan. 24. The board boarding
ing boarding of hides by the meat packers
while ; shoe prices 'have been climbing
and extensive profits to packers' who
practically control the hide market,
is charged in the report of the Fed Federal
eral Federal Trade Commission, submitted to
MEETING OF LIVE
The Marion County Live Stock As Association
sociation Association meets Saturday, Jan. 26, at
1:30 p. m. in the courthouse, Ocala.
Fla. -All members are requested to be
present and those wbh are not mem
i i j j
oers are asseu -to come ana join. ;y 4
John Edwards, President.
Have you tried that Jonteel Cola
Cream yet? -It is a wonder, and sold,
in Ocala only at Gerig's Drug Store tf
Oca!a, in army; William Henry Ander
son,? Uak vale; Kobert Ularkson,
in army; James btrowder, JJunnellon;
Andrew Burns, Dunnellon; George
Washington Stark, Atlanta, Ga.; Sam
Howard, Reddick; Lorenzo Johnson,
Ocafa; Edward Akin, Columbia, S. C;
Sara Jones, Ocala; William S. Baskins,
Anthony, in army; Wince A. J. John
son, Weirsdale; Abram Thomas, Rock
Springs; Robert Hampton, Ocala;
Douglas Hollins, Ormond; Elzie Gil Gil-yard,
yard, Gil-yard, Ocala; Cody Mach, Ocala; Oscar
Watson, Martel; John Victor Mason,
Connor; George Julius Williams, Ocala
Frank Edmonds, Dunnellon; Willie
Hainer, Lowell; Wiley H. Burford,
Ocala, in army, in France; Prince Da Davis,,
vis,, Davis,, Ocala; John Williams, Ocala; Will
Edwards, Oak; Nathaniel' Bagley,
Sparr; John Atkins, Sparr; John Out Out-ley,
ley, Out-ley, Electra; George Williams, Lacota;
Eupie Floonie Benson, Ocala; Alex
Woodbury, Ocala; Mack Wade, Ocala;
George Williams, Dunnellon; Edward
Alex Redditt, Citra; John Robertson,
Daytona; North. Haile, Dunnellon ; Ben
Reeves, South Port, N. C; Willie
Pinkney Mitchell, Quitman, Ga.; Rob Robert
ert Robert Davis, Ocala; George Clark, Mor Morriston;
riston; Morriston; Benjamin Ferrell, Sparr; Rich Richard
ard Richard Gilbert Brooker, Ocala; Ernest
Jackson, Kendrick; David Collins, Ock-
lawaha; Needham R. Purvis, Ocala; L
Ernest Howard, Breton, Ala.; Robert
1L Anderson, Jr., Ocala, in .army; Wal Walter
ter Walter Edwards, Ocala; Moses Wheeler,
Lowell; Joe Barrett, Martin; Walter
Mathews, Santos; Tom Hunter Morris
ton; Dock Dupree, Tomsboro, Ga.;
Willie Holms, Ocala; Herbert McMa McMa-hon,
hon, McMa-hon, Ocala; Joseph Hopkins, Ocala;
Dow Gary Beck, Ocala; Will Bell, Dun Dunnellon;
nellon; Dunnellon; Chris Williams, Kendrick; Pe Peter
ter Peter Banwell, Summerfield; Samuel E.
Simon, Fort McCoy; Henry Paul Wood
Ocala; Amos f James, Ocala; Dolphus
Vaughn, Sparr ; Roy Edwin Nettles,
Flemington; Lonnie Benny, Juliette;
Willie McCoy, Ocala; Andrew Michael,
Ocala; Vanderbilt Butler, Morriston;
Earnest Wilson, Reddick; Abraham
Collins, Ocala; James Williams, Ocala;
Henry Dykes, Stanton; Alexander
Morgan, Morriston; Samuel L. Math Mathews,
ews, Mathews, Candler, in army; James Bennett,
Reddick; Edward R. Rahme, Ocala;
William Leroy Lipscomb, Sparr; Jas.
Jefferson Guynn, Ocala, in army; Her Herbert
bert Herbert Bert Jones, Lake City; Jake Jack Jackson,
son, Jackson, Martin; Paul D. Weathers, Kelly
Field No. 1, San Antonio, Tex., in ar army;
my; army; Arnett Rose, Ocala; Samuel Ja Jacobs,
cobs, Jacobs, Stanton; Sam Washington Jor Jordan,
dan, Jordan, Gaiter; 'Arthur Simons Dunnel Dunnellon;
lon; Dunnellon; Mitchell Miler, Dunnellon; Char Charley
ley Charley Perry, Santos; William Carl Ma Mason,
son, Mason, Connor; Cleveland Daniels, Mai Mai-tel;"Ulyses
tel;"Ulyses Mai-tel;"Ulyses Duffy, Kendrick; Sidney
Griffin, Ocala; David S. Smith, Ocala;
James ; Barlow. Dunnellon; Harvey
Bishop, Reddick; Alton F. Foss, Ocala
Will J ames, Summerfield ; Arthur P.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
ATTEMPT TO CREATE
A LARGE EXPORT
Supply of Flour for Home People May
be Cut Off Twenty-Five
; (Associated Precs)
Washington, Man. 24. To create a
large export surplus of flour for the
Allies, the food administration is con considering'
sidering' considering' the plan of forced "reduction
in flour sales all the way from miller
to consumer. All dealers from millex
to baker will be required to hold sales
to 75 per cent of the amount now
' RAILROAD BILL MODIFIED
Washington, Jan. 24. The admin administration
istration administration railroad bill has been modi modi-fled
fled modi-fled to stipulate expressly that fed federal
eral federal operation, undertaken as a wai
emergency measure, shall not preju prejudice
dice prejudice the future policy of the govern-
ment toward ownership of the rpads.
No specific time is fixed for the re return
turn return of the roads to the owners, how however.
SAVAGE NOT THE SINNER
The "Everywoman" company pass passed
ed passed through" here today on its way to
Gainesville, where it gives a per performance
formance performance tonight. The pe6ple took
dinner at the Ocala ; House restaur restaurant.'
The Star made some severe re remarks
marks remarks yesterday about Henry W.
Savage, owner of the show, in jregard
to his breaking his contract with
Ocala. The Star learns that Mr. Sav Savage
age Savage was not to blame, as he was not
with the company and knew nothing
about it. The offender, who treated
his contract like it was ft "scrap of
paper," was the-manager, one Arthur
BLUE AND THE GRAY
The following poem-was composed
by Mrsl A.' B. Weaver ofr Miami, and
read by her sister,' Mrs. ; A. A. Winer,
at the celebration of Gen." R. E.Xee'3
birthday, Saturday afternoon at the
residence of Mrs. S. R. Whaley. -On,
the twelfth day of April, eighteen
j sixty-one, 1
In the morningr dull and gray, t
AVith aching1 hearts and pallid faces
W watched them march away
The gallant, noble boys in blue T
And our boys who wore the (gray.!,
At four-thirty the signal was fired,
Then came destruction fierce nd hot.
- LThe scene of carnage had (begun;
And the result they reckoned not.
.They fought for their country, their
' They gave their manhood, their
strength, their life,
They reckoned -not of lory or gold
In this conflict of bloodshed j and
"v.7v srtrife. .
They fought from Sumter to -Appo-t
Through hunger, peril, and paln;
Sweat-stained, half-clothed, half-fed,
'Neath blazing sun and 'pouring' rain.
There 'mid the noise and confusion of
With homes and loved ones far away
Death made its registry of .the true and
i the brave.
And sleep came to the inlue and the
: gray. ;
With graves kissed tonly by-the sun sunlight
light sunlight Mourned over .by the sortIng wind.
Adorned by wild flowers the battle
Here real heroes of war-we'll find.
Now In solemn silence grim marble
; Rise from a green and mossy bed,
And point the nation's pride
To where sleep our (honored dead.
No Jangling quarrels fill. the. air.
For with the passing years
All contention is swept away.
And envious anger disappears.
Their mingling. dust no discords tell.
All strife has passed away.
For where Northern blue la resting
There sleeps our Southern gTay.
And they sleep In peace undisturbed.
'Neath the same sod; side "by ide;
The strength and manhood of the North
And of the South our hope and pride.
The same sun shines over them both.
The same God bends his ear
To catch the sound the breezes tell
In accents low and clear.
That here sleeps the pride of many a
Of mothers, sweethearts, wlvea;
No caward's deeds are hidden here.
Only gallant, noble lives.
And which wrong,' which right,
Ah! who would dare to say,
Until God, the rules of every life.
Shall judge the 'blue and the -gray.
Where are the tlue and the gray of
Ah! they are 'blended Into the brown;
Our khaki-clad boys are the fclue
and the gray.
And" under one flag they're bound.
The flag of union, peace and love;
And where no sound of discord mars,
For floating high above them all
We see the stripes and stars.
The stars and stripes the flag we'll love
Until time shall pass away;
When before the great eternal God,
Standi the brown, the blue and the
BUY THRIFT STAMPS
Ocala just now has a baker
Who never was classed as a faker
Of his cakes and pies;
v I'm telling no lies
When I saw he's a blue ribbon baker.
22-6t Carter's Bakery.
Illicit Distillers in Bonedry States
Have Become Numerous and
, (Associated Press)
Washington, Jan. 24. The discov discovery
ery discovery 'that the manufacture of moon-
shine whisky is increasing rapidly in
the bonedry states and that quantities
have been sold illicitly to soldiers in
Southern camps at Spartanburg,
lireenville, Columbia and Chatta Chattanooga
nooga Chattanooga caused Internal Revenue Com Commissioner.
missioner. Commissioner. Roper today to announce a
nation-wide campaign in co-operation
with state governors.
STILL SBOUND IN THE SOUTH
Almost 600 stills have Been discov discovered
ered discovered in Georgia within the past year,
mainly in the northern section. In
South Carolina, in Pickens and Horry
counties, it is pointed out that moon moon-shining
shining moon-shining is flourishing, although it is
said stills are operated in most of the
northwestern counties. Considerable
improvement recently in Florida is in indicated.
dicated. indicated. The report said that more
than half a hundred counties in North
Carolina are known as "good moon moonshine
shine moonshine territory."
Where It Gets Cold as the Devil and
They Have Blizzards Twice
Some Time During Cold Weather.
Dear Dad and Brother: I have made
a great discovery and as a last resort
I am turning to you both in a vain
effort to see if you can possibly bor borrow
row borrow $5000 for me in order that I may
further, my propaganda and thereby
become .extremely .wealthy. I have
discovered that if one breeds bed
bugs with lightning bugs that he can
get up intfhe dark and find the beg
bugs without turning dn the light and
getting cussed out and probably run
for a "shoot" before the commanding
officer the next morning for having
his lights burning after taps. Who
would have ever thought that I would
deriveso much benefit by going into
the Marine, Corps and becoming a
full-fledged "sea-going leather-neck."
But I feel that if I can make out and
get the thing started that, by such a
thing I will be declared enormously
great as one of the benefactors of
and the uplifting of the human race,
for have to roll from one's bed in
the cold dark hours of the night,
silently reach across to where one's
bayonet" hangs and pulling it from
the scabbard jump from your bed,
lighting the lantern quickly and make
a wild .dash under the mattress and
just as you are about to run the little
despoiler of beautiful sleep and
dreams through with your goodly
weepon have a sentry yell out, "Out
with the lights; what yuh tink dis
am," ind have to' turn away, blowing
out your light and shed bitter tears
of disappointment to think of the vic victory
tory victory and heroism to follow, that might
have been yours. The only difficulty
that I expect to experience will be the
fact that some of them may forget to
light their tail light at night, but I
propose to pass a strict ordinance to
that effect and have it enforced The
only drawback will be the funds.
We have just emerged from another
of those blizzards although it was not
as severe as the other. My tent stood
the strain of this one as I saw fit to
haul a piledriving machine down
there the other afternoon and sink a
few various and sundry tent flakes.
The only thing that has in the least
been disturbing to my peace of mind
is the mere fact that one of these so so-called
called so-called sea-going leather-necks went
and shoved a loaded magazine into
one of the machine guns while it was
in the company street and before he
could get the darn thing stopped shot
thirteen perfectly good holes in about
half of the tents in that particular
company and finally through the com com-panytmess
panytmess com-panytmess hall and then into the gulf.
The brig for five years for him, even
though he did not touch anyone at
all, but it was just sheer luck that he
did "not for he might have killed half
of the company had they happened to
be in their tents for one of those bul bullets
lets bullets go through a couple dozen with without
out without even thinking about stopping. No
thanks we have no machine guns in
the Headquarters company.
By the way, I was chasing down
the field the other day myself, jab jabbing
bing jabbing imaginary kaisers with my bay bayonet
onet bayonet and leaping on hurdle after an another,
other, another, etc., when I made an effort to
take the high hurdle which is only
supposed to be taken with a light
marching pack and not the 80-pound,
heavy marching pack I had on, and
lo and behold I found when I arrived
at the heighth of my leap that I had
miscalculated about one inch more
effort. My toe caught the top, of the
hurdle and I proceeded to dig a
trench for the "reinforcements bring-
il LEAST Oi!E RESULT
Fii IDE E
Sufficient Coal in New York Harbor to
( Associated Press)
New York, Jan. 24t The shortage
of bunker coal which a few days ago
was hampering the fueling of vessels
in New York harbor has "been entire entirely
ly entirely relieved," according to a statement
today made by J. E. Parsons, detailed
by the United States shipping board :
to supervise the bunkering of ships at
BE OF WS,
Teuton Delegation at Brest-Li torsk
Fully Reveals Its ....
. (Associated Press)
Petrograd, Wednesday, Jan. 23.
Russia must give up Courland and all
her Baltic provinces, or the Germans
will resume military operations and
occupy Reval within a week, the Ger German
man German delegation at the Brest-Litovsk
negotiations informed the Russian
representatives at the last session of
the conference. Adjournment was
taken until January 29th to permit the
Russians to consider the German
Petrograd, Jan. 24. Forty persons
were killed and 200 wounded in riota
at Moscow during a demonstration at
the anniversary of the celebration of
Don't forget this .'program which
will be given at the Methodist church
Friday evening at 7:30 under the aus
pices of the Ocala Junior. Leagua
The program i3 as follows:
Instrumental music: Gladys Brooks.
Hymn, He Leadeth Me.
Shepherd Psalm in concert. .
Hymn, Savior, Like a Shepherd.
Hymn History: Charles Brown.
Talk by Rev. Smith Hardin, pastor.
Solo, The Lord is My Shepherd:
Annie Laurie Boyd. ;
Reading of shepherd chapter, led by
David the Shepherd Boy: Louise
Piano and violin selection: Martha
Rivers and Lambert Steinhaus.
Scripture, "The Lost Sheep": Elton
Solo, The Ninety and Nine: Misk
Influence of the Hymn: MrsBax
Reading, "Lil' Brack Sheep": Miss
Christ the Good Shepherd: .Mary
Song, "Hark, Tis the Shepherd's
Voice": by Primaries."
Shepherds of the Bible: Fred Boyd.
Solo, "Dear to the Heart of th
Shepherd": Marjorie Burnett. '
God's Care for the Lambs: Wini Winifred
fred Winifred Silver.
Hymn, See Israel's Gentle Shep Shepherd.
herd. Shepherd. History of the Hymn: Bob Sim Simmons.
mons. Simmons. Remarks by Theresa Condrey.
ing up the rear. Thanks my days have
turned to glory now, for I am endeav endeavoring
oring endeavoring to butcher the semaphore and
wigwag signal systems. I have decid decided
ed decided though that they are all wrong
and propose to start a little one of
my own. How far I will get prob probably
ably probably the colonel will answer that later
some cold, breezy morning at office
hours by gently breathing out that
calloused way of saying good-morning
by saying, "Give him the limit
thirty days in the brig on punk and
water," and may some good-hearted
messman, who dares to do wrong,
have mercy on my gorgeous appetite.
There she goes now, that well
known bugle call "Tattoo." Later
come taps low, pulsating and with
its tender, sweet silver tones caressing
a gTeat camp of tired men to sleep.
Another day in a soldier's life is
brought to an end. What will the
morrow bring forth? Quien sabe?
With lots of love to you both, from
the Soldier Kid.
A carload of cotton seed direct from
Edisto Island, -S. C, assures you free freedom
dom freedom from boll weevil. Get yotirs. now,
and "do ? your bit" to help .your goT goT-ernment.
ernment. goT-ernment. Smith Grocery Company St
Read the unclassified ads. for p refit,
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This is the worse time in the his history
tory history of this country for partisan pol politics.
itics. politics. ".
We can do very well with war bread,
but it gives us the horrors to antici-
(jail, nai iic.
British war ships reported the res rescue
cue rescue of 173 Turkish seamen from the
A- man who cashes a stranger's
check 'seldom gets any more than
what's coming to him.
,A11, along the western front th
Allies are weaving barbed wire into
sweaters for the German army.
"C. H. G." has quit burning mid midnight
night midnight oil on the St. Petersburg Times.
Sorry. It was rather good stuff.
- Half the world doesn't know how
the other half lives, but it is always
doing its darndest to find out.
If they didnV occasionally 3 get a
chance to cut out something, doctors
couldn't stand the high cost of living.
.';. t. Mri t, H UIL ,,,, ,,;, pi, -Hll ,iMimM '-.
The: great- trouble about these
"Trench and Camp papers is that
the soldiers would rather read some
thing else, v
Senator Stone certainly' gave the
partisan republicans just the opening
they wanted. Stone is the Pecksniff
of the Seriate.
It is reported that by gaining the
confidence of army officers' wives a
German woman spy has obtained im important
portant important military information.
Governors' of five corn" growing
states have appealed to Mr., McAdoo
to furnish cars in the near future for
moving the crop or much of it will be
Plots to blow up New York piers to
prevent coaling of ships bound for
Europe failed when i marines were
called out and posted along the water
front. . :
Designating Tuesday as a meatless
day will cause American Catholics to
observe two meatless days in the
week, as they already abstain I from
meat on Friday. i
i'A visitor to Ocahv i observed that
most of our business men were above
medium height.: If he knew how often
their legs are pulled, he would wonder
they are not giants.
Among the most "'patriotic of bur
people are the Indians. They have
enlisted largely in proportion '' and
their moneyed men have invested
heavily in liberty bonds.
As the food administration is even
more anxious to conserve pork than
beefj American- Jews, catt.prpve their
patriotism by living; strictly up to
one tenet of their religion. :
Two one-time Kerensky ministers
were murdered in their beds at the
Marine -Hospital 'in Petrograd by a
band of assassins. Both had been
elected to the constituent assembly.
A cable dispatch from Paris v says
that an official American army news newspaper
paper newspaper called the Stars and Stripes is
to be established in France. It is to
be published weekly; the first number
to be issued about February 1.
Sir Edward Carson has resigned hit,
office as minister without portfolio in
the British war cabinet, owing;' to
differences over the Irish f- question,1
and the premier has .advised King
George to accept his resignation.
We have received a; description of
the great plant of the American In International
ternational International Shipbuilding ; Corporation
on Hog Isiand.dnearrPhiladdphia.
This immense plant has been built. up
from the bare ground in a few weeks.
Thirty-two thousand men-will be em employed
ployed employed in it. ( Captain Robert Alfred,
so well known to Ocala and Marion
county people, is a superintendent of
one of the departments of this vast
enterprise. He is a true blue Ameri American
can American and a skilled engineer and partic particularly
ularly particularly well fitted to help in impor important
tant important government work.
BEACH AM WILL ADDRESS
THE WOMAN'S CLUB
Mr. Braxton Beacham, food admin administrator
istrator administrator for Florida, will arrive in
Ocala from Jacksonville Friday night.
Saturday morning he will confer with
the wholesale and retail grocers and
other persons wishing to consult him.
In the afternoon at 3 o'clock he will
speak to the public at the Woman's
Club. Mr. Beacham will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied by Mr. J. H. Whitney, execu
tive secretary of the federal, food ad-1
ministration, who will also speak.
These gentlemen should have a large
audience for 5 all persons are directly
concerned in what they will have to
Procrastination is the besetting sin
of parsons. For the last twelve" or fif fifteen
teen fifteen years we have published in every
Saturday's issue a list of the church
services on the following Sunday. We
have; always tried to publish these
notices on the second or third pages,
as they do not look well either on the
first or fourth pages. And, as the sec second
ond second and third pages must always be
made up before nooii, we have faith faithfully
fully faithfully and patiently tried to impress
on the pastors of the various churches
that v. thejr notices should be sent in
early Saturday morning. We had them
all pretty well broken in until tht
new Methodist preacher arrived last
month ; then we had to work on him
a week or two before he saw the light.
Last Saturday, however, the whole
bunch, except Brother Stephens, who
is almost good enough to be a news newspaper
paper newspaper man himself, backslid on us,
and we had to hold up the second
page ; an hour, causing both us and
our young make-up to say damn sev several
eral several times apiece. Therefore, we give
warning, today, Thursday, that church
notices not in by 11 a. m. Saturday
are likely to be stuck off by their
lonesomes on the fourth page; and
this by the way applies to the fair
scribe who. writes the program for the
Junior League and generally sends it
in about noon instead of two or three
hours sooner. : ?'
Some members of '; the V Belleview
Civic League have complained to thiw
office ; that their communications have
hot been printed. They have evident evidently1
ly1 evidently1 been s careless? about reading the
papers All '; the communications they
have sent in have been given spact.
The trouble about 1 the civic league
communications is" the writers gen generally
erally generally do not send them in until late
in the week, and when that happens
they have to wait until the next week.
Their communication which appears,
this week is the first they have sent in
on time ill months. The Star is a firm
friend of the Belleview Civic League
and glad to print its communications,
but like everybody else's they have te
be sent in in time to' be put in type
or else be delayed. ; While our weekly
paper is printed Friday morning, it
seldom contains a line that wasn't set
up the day before, and communica communications
tions communications for jit should- be, mailed Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday morning at the latest.
5 Roosevelt says: "We have failed to
do any damage to Germany but we
have done a great deal of damage to
ourselves." And the colonel is such a
patriot that the Times-Union has been
abused for criticizing him. Times.
It would be more appropriate to say
the Tinles-Union has been criticised
for abusing Roosevelt. If Mr.'; Roose-
velt says we have done no damage to
Germany he is wrong, but if he says
we are doing a great deal of damage
to ourselves he is making jk statement
that it is idle to deny. ";
: One great work that Secretary
Baker should have due credit for has
been the' establishment of officers'
schools. The two series have turned
out a considerable number of fairly
well trained officers in less time than
they could have been instructed by
any other method.
. Once upon a time some Latin-Americans
acted disorderly in Tampa and
a vigilant committee straightened
matters out. Now a German-American
has the town bluffed and all the
vigilantes seem to be dead.
! The Tampa Times truthfully says
"Investigation shows that our ord ordnance
nance ordnance and quartermaster departments
contain some nice old gentlemen who
might do well at golf, or something
else not too exciting."
Colonel Roosevelt can verX well af afford
ford afford to treat Stone with silent con contempt.
tempt. contempt. The leading democrats of the
country, eight months ago -were de denouncing
nouncing denouncing Stone as a near traitor, and
we doubt that he" has changed any.
Gov. Catts and other members of
the board of state institutions are ex expected
pected expected here Monday to inspect the
new building of the girls' industrial
A man who has coal or wood for
sale is strictly correct from his own
standpoint in speaking of a spell of
frigid weather as a "cold snap."
Nunnallys Candies, always fresh,
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
LAW OF NATIONS
Use of" Civilians as Hostages and for
Screens Part of a Devlish
Ample proof that tihe march of the
German armies through Belgium
icas marked by massacres and cru cruelties
elties cruelties almost beyond belief is given
in a document made public by the
committee on public information.1
from which the following is taken:
The massacres in Belgium and
northern France were a part of the
German system of f rightfulness. An Another
other Another feature of this system was the
use of civilians as hostages and for
screens. v -. 1
In discussing the use of hostages the
German War Book (Kriegsbrauch 1m
"By hostages are understood .those
persons who, as security or bail for
the fulfillment of treaties, promises, or
other claims, are taken or detained by
the opposing state or its army. Their
provision has been less usual in re recent
cent recent wars, as a result of which eome
professors of the law of nations have
wrongly decided that the taking of
hostages has disappeared .from the
practice of civilized nations. . .
v "A new application of Tiostage right
fwas practiced by the German staff in
!the war of 1870, when It compelled
leading citizens from (French towns
and villages tor accompany trains and
jlocomotives in order to protect the
railway communications which were
threatened by the people. Since the
lives of peaceable inhabitants, were,
(without any fault on. their part, there there-jby
jby there-jby exposed to grave danger; every
jwriter outside Germany has stigma stigmatized
tized stigmatized this measure as contrary to the
law of nations and as unjustified to towards
wards towards the inhabitants of the country."
Clung to Frightfulness.
Although their deeds in the Franco Franco-Prussian
Prussian Franco-Prussian war had been ; universally
condemned, as they themselves admit admitted,
ted, admitted, the leaders did noli intend t to
'abandon such a useful measure xof
f rightfulness. In L'lnterprete -Mlli-'taire
the forms were provided for such
acts In the next war. Both In Belgium
and In France the Germans have con constantly
stantly constantly used hostages. The evidence
is contained in the proclamations of
!the governing authorities and also In
;the diaries of the German soldiers. A
few examples frbm these will illus illus-itrate
itrate illus-itrate the system which was employed,
f A specimen of the arbitrariness and
cruelty Is furnished by the proclama proclama-ftlon
ftlon proclama-ftlon of Major Dieckmann, from which
the 'following sections are presented:
' "After 9 a. m. on the 7th Septem September,
ber, September, I will permit the houses In Beyne Beyne-Heusay,
Heusay, Beyne-Heusay, Grlvegnee, and BoIs-de-Breux
to be Inhabited by the persons who
Ilved in them formerly, as long as
.these persons are not forbidden to fre frequent
quent frequent these localities by official pro prohibition.
hibition. prohibition. ; ; -f-i
1 ; Prominent People Hostages.
"In order to be sure that tha above above-mentioned
mentioned above-mentioned permit will not be abused,
the burgomasters of Beyne-Heusay and
'of Grlvegnee must Immediately pre prepare
pare prepare lists of prominent person? who
.will be held as hostages for 24 hours
;each at. Fort Fleron. September 6,
1914, for the first time (the period of
"detention shall be) from 6 p. m. until
September 7 at midday. -"
"The life of these hostages depends
ion the population of the above-mentioned
communes remaining quiet un un-ider
ider un-ider all circumstances. Af
"During the night It is severely for forbidden
bidden forbidden to show any luminous signals.
Bicycles are permitted only between 7
ja. m." and 5 p. m. (German time).
"From the list which is submitted to
;me I shall designate prominent per persons
sons persons who shall vbe hostages from noon
of one day until the following middayl
If the "substitute is not there In due
time, the hostage must remain anoth another
er another 24 hours at the fort. After these
24 hours the hostage will Incur the
"penalty of death, If the substitute falls
to appear. .- "'" K-J. r'
"Priests, burgomasters, and the oth other
er other members of the council are to be
itaken first as hostages. --' '; 'j
"I Insist that all civilians who move
about in my. district . show
their respect to the Oermap officers by
taking off their hats, or lifting their
hands to their heads in military salute.
In case of donht. every German soldier-,'
must be saluted. Anyone who
does not -do this'mftst expect the Ger German
man German military to ir.aKe themselves, re respected
spected respected by. every inenns." ;
Hold Smalf Nations Have No Rights.
"The fate that Belgium has nller
down upon herself is hard for' the in individual,
dividual, individual, but not too hard for .'this po political
litical political s truetnre ( St a 3 tgehi Ide), for
the destinies of the immortal great na nations
tions nations stand so high that, they cannot
but have the right, in case of need, to
stride over existence that cannot de defend
fend defend themselves,., but live, as parasites,
upon tha rivalries of the great." -Prof.
H. Oneken, in Suddeutsche Monatsheft,
(South German Monthly.)
,WouId they have dared to defend
such a policy if they could have seen
the announcement sent out by the par parish
ish parish of St- Hadelin with its silent eloquence?-;
:.;- : --. :
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A carload of cotton seed direct from
Edisto Island, S. C, assures you free freedom
dom freedom from boll weevil. Get yours now,
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ernment. Smith Grocery Company. 3t
This Is an invitation to a service In
memory. of CO men and women from
one rmrlsh, of whom ail but two were
killed by the Germans in the massacre
of August 5 and 6, 1914. The closing
"Gentle Heart of Mary, be my
"Our Lady of Lourdes, pray for us.
"St. Joseph, patron, of Belgian, pray
"SL Hardelin, patron of the parish,
pray for us.
"Sainte Barbe, patroness of kindly
death, pray for us." r
After reading such ghastly accounts,
many of them written by German eye eyewitnesses,
witnesses, eyewitnesses, and knowing that similar
tales were published widely In the
German newspapers, it is difficult to
read with patience such words as
' "The German army (In which I of
course. Include the navy) .is today the
greatest institute for moral education
in the world. .
"The German soldiers alone are
thoroughly disciplined, and have never
so much as hurt a hair of a single In Innocent
nocent Innocent human being." Houston Stew Stewart
art Stewart Chamberlain, in Kriegsauf sdtze,
"War Essays,; 1914.
"We see everywhere how our sol soldiers
diers soldiers respect the sacred defenseless defenseless-ness
ness defenseless-ness of woman. and child." Prof. G.
Roethe, in Deutsche Reden in Schwerer
Zeit, "German Speeches in Difficult
Hostages' 'Lives Hung by Thread.
"In order to Insure sufficiently the
safety of our troops and the tranquil tranquility
ity tranquility of .the population of Reims, the
persons mentioned have been seized
as hostages by the commander of the
'German army. These hostages will
be shot if there Is the least disorder.
On the other hand, If the town re remains
mains remains perfectly calm and quiet these
hostages and inhabitants will be
placed under the protection of the
German army: '.f:; .v:. ; ; ;-V
V ;-V "THE GENERAL COMMANDING.
: ; "Reims, 12th 'September, 1914."
, Beneath this . proclamation there
were posted the names of 81 hostages
and a statement that others had also
been seized as hostages. The lives of
all these men ; depended in reality
upon the interpretation which -the Ger German
man German military authorities might give to
the elastic phrase, "the least disorder,"
In the proclamation. :
' Hugh Gibson, in a Journal from our
.Legation in Belgium, page 184, explains
what was likely to happen : .
"Another thing Is, that on entering
a town, they hold the burgomaster, the
. procureur du roi, and other authorities
as hostages to Insure 006. behavior by
the population. Of course, the hood hoodlum
lum hoodlum class would like .nothing better
than to see.their natural enemies, the
defenders of law and order, ignomini ignomini-ously
ously ignomini-ously shot, and they do .', not restrain
themselves a bit on account of the
hostages." T "' "'-Diary"
Diary" "'-Diary" of Bombardier Wetzel,
i "Aug. 8th: First fight and set, fire
to several villages.
"Aug..- 9th. Returned to old quar quarters
ters quarters ; there we searched all the houses
i and shot the mayor and shot one man
! down, from the chimney pot, and then
we again set fire to the village.
: "On the 18th August Letalle (?) cap captured
tured captured 10 men with three priests be because
cause because they have shot down from the
church tower. They were brought Into
the village of Ste. Marie.
"Oct. 5th. We' were in quarters in
the evening at Will ekamm. Lieutenant
Radfels was quartered in the mayor's
house and there had two prisoners
(tied together) on a short whip, and in
.case anything happened they were to
be killed. V ;
"Oct. 11th: We had no fight, but we
.caught about 20 men and shot them.
(From the dairy of Bombardier Wetzel,
Second Mounted Battery, First Kur Kur-hssian
hssian Kur-hssian Field Artillery,. Regiment No.
11.)" : V'
The Germans also found It con convenient
venient convenient on many 'occasions to secure
civilians, both men and women, who
could be forced to march or stand in
front of the troops, so'that the country countrymen
men countrymen of the civilians would be com compelled
pelled compelled first to kill their own people if
they resisted; the Germans. This
usage Is illustrated in the following:
Letter of Lieutenant Eberlefn. -j
- "October 7, 1914.
. "But we arrested three bther civil civilians,
ians, civilians, and then I had a brilliant idea.
We gave them chairs, and we then or ordered
dered ordered them to go and sit out In the
middle of the street. ; On : their part,
pitiful entreaties ; on ours, a few blows
from the butt end of the rifle. "Little
by little one becomes (terribly callous
at this business. At 'last they were
all seated outside in the street. I do
not know what anguished prayers they
may have said but I noticed that their
hands were convulsively clasped the
whole time- I pitied these fellows, but
the method was immediately effective.
"The flank fire from the houses
quickly diminished, so that we were
able to occupy the opposite house and
thus to dominate the principal street.
Every living being who showed himself
in the street was shot.' The artillery
on its side had done good work all tin
time, and when, toward seven o'clock
in the evening, the brigade advanced
to the assault to relieve us I was in
.a position to report that Saint Die
had' been cleared of the enemy.
- "Later on I learned that the regi regi-ment
ment regi-ment of reserve which entered Saint
Die further to the north had tried the I
same experiment. The four civilians
whom they had compelled in the sarm
way to sit out in the street were
killed by French bullets. I myself sat
them lying In the middle of the stre
near the hospital.
! s "A. EBERLEIN,
"First Lieutenant. -1
Letter published on the 7th Oct' -1914,
in the Vorabendblatt of
.Munchner Neueste Nachrichten.
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 nil 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 fur-nisfr
nisfr fur-nisfr information about the Government War
Saving Plan. ;
The Munroe & Chambliss
f National Bank.
lis now a universally acknowledged necessity. No business' man is
prepared to meet the daily affairs of business' tf he is not pro protected
tected protected with ; "''
We represent not only the bet
also the highest class INDEMNITY
the world. Talk is ovef with us.
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A GEH CY H
f Holder Bile.
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Every moaern convenience in each room. Dining roim service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $8. -1
ROBERT M. MEYEK, J. E. KAVANAUGH
SAINT LEO, PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA
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Primary Department Sciid for Cctalogue;
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OPENS FOR THE FALL TERM. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1917.
$5 makes 20 soldiers happy
t j It will buy twenty of these 25 cent
, kits of tobacco and cigarettes
Look at the 'Smokes' it buys
Read the Star Want Ads.. It pays
fire insurance companies, but
AND BONDING concerr-s in
OCA LA EVENING STAR. Til CJ irJUAT.; JANTJAUT 24. 191
Buy War Stamps Now :
Save Food By Using Our Ice Freely-It's Cheap and Z
Food is High Prornpt'Service, Full Weight and Cour-
teous, Treatment go with our Ice, and if you don't getJ
them, phone us at once. I
OcMa Ice & Packing Co. j
the federal land bank
is now investigating florida 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 florida.
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 nov 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 record title
to your lands. '
without solicitation, I have been appointed a local
examiner for the federal land bank and my years
of experience both in abstract and title work war warrant
rant warrant me in saying that my services, for you, will
result in properly placing before t;he land bank, in
the least possible time, the title data required in
connection with your loan.
r. s. rogers,
m. & c. bank building.
telephone rto. 481.
Oil! Sll IIS
Used Gar: Bargains
We Have The Following Used Gars
, on Hand;
One Maxwell, Touring Car, late 1917 model,
run less than 3000 miles, prices. $450.00
One 1915 Model, Maxwell touring car, price. $175.00
'One Reo Roadster, price.. .. .....$100.00
One Duick Touring ,ear Five new tires,
new top, etc. price $300.00
One 1917 Model Maxwell Roadster
in good condition .--......375.09
One 1916 Model Maxwell Touring car, price.$375.00
These Are The Cash vPrieces, But
' Liberal Terms Can Be Arranged.
; Mixwell Agency
If You Have Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Two-One-Fire
The Preacher of Faith
He sat on a little pulpit
That was made of a twig of a tree
And he preached lis the happiest ser sermon.
mon. sermon. That bubbled with sunshine and
His text was the blue sky burning
In the glory of all its sweet,
And his throne was the beauty of
That lies at our very feet. )
He was dressed in the softest feath feath-.
. feath-. '" ers,
And, he sang as well as he spoke;
And in all seasons and weathers,
' His -duty was lifting the yoke;
Yesr lifting the yoke of our troubles
With the .cheer of his comforting
This preacher of faith from the bushes
Where God had stationed the bird.
The Reverend Dominie Robin,
Apostle to me, and to all,
Of the golden. gospel of beauty
The same as taught by St. Paul;
The gospel of cleanly living,
Of faith and trust and cheer.
Gentle and true and forgiving
With nothing to doubt or to fear.
' -Baltimore Sun.
To Those Knitting Helmets
- All ladies knitting Red Cross hel helmets"
mets" helmets" are requested to crochet around
the face opening. 9-tf
v For Cemeteries, Porches, Etc
Also All Kinds of
CEMENT and CONCRETE WORK
CML WENZEt & SONS
702 Wyominia SL - Ocala, Florida.
Mr. Marion Holcomb, of Nancy, Ky says: "For quite
a long while I suffered with stomach trouble. I would
have pains and a heavy feeling after my meals, a most
disagreeable taste in my mouth. If I ate anything with
butter, oil or grease, I would spit it up. I began to have
regular sick headache. I had used pills and tablets, but
after a course of these, I would be constipated. It just
seemed to tear my stomach all up. I found they were
no good at all for my trouble. I heard
To "Marion Comity A. R. a Knitters
1 'Marion 'county American Red Cross
knitters are requested to note and
follow these rules: r
'V Crochet twice around the neck of
all sweaters. ;
' Crochet once around the face open opening
ing opening of helmets. ;
Sweaters should be as near eight eighteen
een eighteen inches in width as possible. :
'.Sweaters should be from 24 to 25
inches in- lengthy v r.
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 wounded scl-
dicrs, as the side seam can be easily
fDo not knot yarn. Snlit yarn of
each piece for several inches and over
lap-several times. v
Mf Walter Preer has been on tho
sick list since last Saturday. I
Mr. C. S. Cullen's friends are sorry
to hear he has been ill for several
Ir.'J;5 H. Strunk has "returned to
Leesburg- after a brief visit to his
family.- v v
Little Cora 'Mae Pillans friends are
sorry to hear she is out of school this
week owing to illness.
n'Mrs. T. J; "Sistrunk "left this week
for a' fortnight's visit to her daughter,
Mrs. -J. L. Smith at Martel.
' lUrt.iTV G. -B. Weihe's i friends arts
again-after a two weeks illness.' '
Mr., William Camp expects to leave
this afternoon 'for Savannah to visit
his sister," Mrs; G. F. Armstrong and
5' The Eastern Star .will meet in the
Masonic Jhall Thursday evening at
7:30 o'clock. The officers for 1918
hi3 time, on his place just outside the
city, where he isifarming.
Red Cross Party to be Given Next
The Red Cross party that Mr. and
Mrs. Clarence Camp have planned at
the Country Club will be given next
Tuesday. v ..
There will be amusements for men
as well as ladies, golf, dancing, cards
and plenty of room for the knitters.
Those who care to do so may take
their lunch and make a spend the day
party of it, or they may buy tea and
There. will be a mixed foursome
with prizes for the golfers in the aft afternoon,
ernoon, afternoon, and. prizes for parties of two
tables or more.
, The price of admission will be 25
cents, the proceeds to go to the Red
Another Red Cross Branch
Mr. W. T. Gary motored to Martel
Tuesday evening, taking Mrs. W. W.
Condon, Mrs. John Taylor, Miss Onie
Chazal and Miss Marie Hickman.
They addressed a crowd of nearly
fiftys and organized a branch of the
Marion County Chapter, A. R. C, with
a membership of 55. These members
included people from the adjoining
precinct, of Cotton Plant.
, Mr. Gary was, of course, the main
speaker. Mrs. Taylor, the chapter
secretary, explained how to keep the
records, etc Mrs. W. W. Condon ex explained..
plained.. explained.. the making of hospital gar garments,
ments, garments, while Miss Chazal made a
few Temarks on the knitting problem.
The members were very enthusiastic
and agreed to begin work at once,
some members coming to Ocala Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday for pa jama materials.
) The following officers were elected:
Mr. B. J. Lake, chairman; Miss Ruby
Ray, secretary; Mrs. A. W. Woodard,
chairman of finance committee.
Mr. Roscoe Meffert will come over
from the University of Florida, to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow t6 visit his parents until Sun Sunday
day Sunday night. i
Mr. Dorsey Davis, special represen representative
tative representative of the New York Home Insur Insurance
ance Insurance Co., arrived in Ocala yesterday
for1 a several days stay. Mr. Davis
has .invited the following, to be his
guests at "Everywoman," to be shown
in Gainesville tonight, namely: Misses
THE GOOD Fl&IRY
. Tea Rooms
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J I 8 A. M. to 7:30 P. M. J
N. MainSt., Opposite Postoffice
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recommended very highly, so began to use it It cured
. me. I keep it in the house all the time. It is the best
liver medicine made. I do not have sick headache or
stomach trouble any more.' Black-Draught acts op
the jaded liver and helps it to do its important work of
.throwing out waste materials and poisons from the sys system.
tem. system. This medicine should be in every household for
use in time of need. Get a package today. If you feel"
sluggish, take a dose tonight You will feel fresh to-'
moiicv;. Price 25c a package. All druggists.
ONE CENT A DOSE
ilf and1 Mrs.i4B. H. "Allen and two
children,-who came about two weeks
ago from Birmingham, have '')' taken
apartments "afTSIrs; G." A.""Nash'a for
several months. i t
? fMrs,.lC.' J.', Weie "who was called to
Jacksonville about ten days ago owing
to the illness of Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe's
sister,; Miss .Minnie -Phifer, returned
home' Wednesday afternoon.
; Many friends of Mrs. Yocum, who
is spending the winter with ; her
danghter, Mrs; W. T." Gary, are sorry
to hear; she has had a bad. attack of
grip, but will be glad to know she is
on the road to recovery.
. The Mutual Film Corporation flies
a service flag with 28 stars, showing
that many, men have left the screen
for the sake of their country. Twenty Twenty-seven
seven Twenty-seven of "these went into the army,
and one into the navy.
Miss Mae Stein writes that she is
delighted with her, work and the cli climate
mate climate of Washington. Miss Stein's
work is, in a huge room where 2000
other girls -are employed. j
" ;, j
Mr. and Mrs. F. A. .Ball, who arriv arrived
ed arrived in Ocala last week from Litchfield,
KyM have moved from Mrs. J. W.
Davis', to Mrs. G. A. Nash's, where
they are doing light housekeeping.
" Mrs. Peter Mackintosh will enter entertain
tain entertain the members of the Tuesday auc auction
tion auction club on Thursday next week, as
the club members are planning to play
at the Red Cross party at the Coun Country
try Country Club on the regular club day.
Miss Thelma Hill of Burbank, who
has been at the dormitory this winter,
has moved to the home of her cous cousin,
in, cousin, Mrs. F. L. Grantham, where she
will be until the close of school. Mr.
Grantham is now spending most of
We Annonnce -The
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COMPANY : :
In Central Florida
Our Equipment is at Your Service
and for Your Convenience. If you 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."
If HUE- STM
Dealers in BEAVER BOARD
RATES Twenty-five words
or less one time 25 cents;
three times 50 cents; six
times 75 cents. Over twenty-five
words, and under fif fifty,
ty, fifty, double above rate.
Thi3 rate is for consecutive
insertions. Special rate
the month. Try them out.
Alice Bullock, Elizabeth and Heme,
DavivMn BvW. Davis and Mr.' Kir Kir-by.
by. Kir-by. The party will motor over about
5 o'clock in the Davis car and return
in the morning.
Mr. and -Mrs. James Wood Reed
announce the marriage of their sister
, Miss Helen Jean Reed
- ; .-. to
Mr. Walker Reynolds Crook
on Saturday, January nineteenth
nineteen- hundred and eighteen
At home, 158 Oakland avenue, Spar Spartanburg,
tanburg, Spartanburg, South Carolina.
The above interesting card was re
ceived in Ocala this afternoon b ;
many friends of Mr. Crook. Mr.
Crook is an Alabama man, and trav travels
els travels for a well known shoe company.
He is also a half owner of the beau beautiful
tiful beautiful orange grove at Fairy Island,
and 'has made frequent visits to his
partner, Mr. J, M. Thomas in this city,
the last one this past summer. He
made a great many friends here who
wish him and his bride every possible
happiness and prosperity.
Mrs. Stratton to Speak Mere Sunday
Mrs. Leila Owen Stratton of Ten Tennessee,
nessee, Tennessee, will arrive in Ocala Saturday
and speak at the Baptist church Sun Sunday
day Sunday afternoon at 3 o'clock.
Mrs. Stratton has been heard by
several Ocala people who say she i3 a
very fascinating speaker and well in informed.
formed. informed. She is quite a noted W. C.
T. U. lecturer and organizer, in fact,
one, of the Imost prominent in the
The public is; cordially invited to at attend
tend attend thjai lecture.A free .will offering
will be taken up for the benefit of the
hationaL prohibition work. Mrs. Strat Stratton
ton Stratton will speak' at Reddick Saturday
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In the Movie World
The latest Moving Picture' World
says of the four Metro-Drew comed comedies
ies comedies in January:
"His First Love," another January
release of the' Metro-Drew comedies,
is a story based on a suggestion of
Bertie Badger Moyers. -This comedy,
which is scheduled to be shown on the
21st, deals with that question which
has been asked so often by wives of
their hubbies, "Am I the only women
you ever loved and asked to marry
you?" Of course, Henry answers,
'Tes, my darling," but he has his own
doubts of the truthfulness of the
statement.' In the eiid wifey convinces
him" that she believes him and then
he decidesito believe it himself.
The" World "gives a column and a
half on the notable opening of Rivoli,
New York's newest picture palace, in
which they say that the description in
the World of Jan. 5th did scant jus justice
tice justice to the beauties that met the eye
on every hand. The program was de delayed
layed delayed somewhat to give the guests a
chance to feast their eyes upon the
architectural beauties of the interior
for, while the Rial to was a revelation
and the Strand a wonder, they are
surpassed by the Rivoli, which is con considered
sidered considered about the last word in picture
theater construction. :
Mr. Rothapfel, the manager and. the
man who inspired the creation, receiv received
ed received hundreds. of telegrams of congrat congratulations
ulations congratulations from New York patrons and
admiring friends sent beautiful flow flowers
ers flowers which were scattered in profusion
aronnd the lobbies.
To the 'disappointment of hundreds
who would have paid several prices of
admission, the opening was an invita invitation
tion invitation affair. The house was packed,
and as many stood as the law allowed.
The guests of honor were Col. W.
M. House and Mrs. House, who occu occupied
pied occupied the president's box with Presi President,
dent, President, Mezes and Mr. and Mrs., David
Miller. The following- were among" the
many noted guests; Mr. and Mrs. Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Drew Mayor J. P. Mitchel, John
McCorinack, Irvhi Cobb, James Mont Montgomery
gomery Montgomery Flagg, Capt. Rupert Hughes,
Charles Dana Gibson, Miss Gail Kane,
Victor 'Hubert, Mr-- and Mrs. Florenz
Ziegfield, Madame Algo Petrova, Jes Jesse
se Jesse Xasky and hundreds of other pic picture
ture picture makers and directors.
Among the numbers was the Metro
comedy, "Her First Love," starring
the Drews. The World says: fit is one
of the most amusing pictures of their
screen careers. There is a point and
tone to this release ; that places it
among the best comedy pictures of
the silent stage."
Dr. and Mrs. E. G. Lindner, Miss
Doris Murray and Mr. Edward Tucker
are among those who expect to motor
to Gainesville this afternoon to wit
ness "Everywoman" there tonight.
Mrs. Sam Hudgins of Tampa,
formerly Mi3S Florence Mellon, has
gone -to Orange Park for a visit to
Mrs. M. E. Robinson" and the Misses
Fannie and Rosebud Robinson at th.
Green Dragon Inn.
v-" ... r
Mr. Kenneth MacKay will leave
Sunday for'New York, where he will
take a business course in the Univer University
sity University of New York. Mr. MacKay will
board with his uncle and cousins in
Yonkers, N. Y. Mr. MacKay will
make :the trip by water.
Shirley Mason, who made her screen
reputation in the Apple Tree Girl,
stars. at the. Temple today' in "Cy
The Red Cross dance that was to
hare beqa given at the hotel inLees inLees-burg
burg inLees-burg last Tuesday was postponed un until
til until Wednesday, Jan. 30th.
(Continued. on Fourth Page)
BUY WAR SAV1HGS STAMPS
BOTTL E OF
t .-. ... .
BUY WAR SAVIKGS STAMP!
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPSj
Js the watchword at
By selling for CASH we "elimi "eliminate
nate "eliminate all bad debts which must
necfessarily be paid for by those
whi DO pay, hence can give you
the lowest prices on all kinds of
BEEF. PORK, MUTTON,
FMOME l j
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPJ3
Own Your Own Homo
-A House and Two Lota
A House and 3 Acres
A House and 2 Lots
Can be Bought With Monthly Pay.
s ments of
l. M. MURRAY
. Room 5, Holder Block,
UNDERTAKERS and ESIBAIUEES
PHONES 47, 104, 205
Wont you let us prove to yoa by
one trial that there is no finish that
will give you a lasting satisfaction
DAVIS VARNISH STAEtJ TT
.r'or Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO
' Mr. J. E. Dey returned home yes yesterday
terday yesterday from a brief say in Palatka.
Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have us fill your
prescriptions for accurate service.
The Cou rt Pharmacy. tf
Mr. B. M. Turner, a well known
Jacksonville, attorney, was in town
A il vertise in tt.r. Star'.'
The best line of stationery we have
ever shown at Gerig's Drug Store. t
In Judge Smith's court yesterday,
Ed. Kendrick, colored, of Cornell, was
bound over in the sum of $500 for as assault
sault assault ycvith intent to murder on C. T.
Cox, an A. C. L. freight conductor.
You'll miss an opportunity of buy buying
ing buying many seasonable goods at remark remarkably
ably remarkably low prices if you fail to attend
the Semi-Annual Sale at Hayes &
Guynn's. ; 23-2t
It is believed that the Oklawaha
Valley railroad will resume operation
' in a few days, perhaps next week. Mr.
H. S. Cummings hasleased the road
and given bond, and Mr. Hollinrake
has turned the property over to himi
Nunnally's Candies, always fresh,
at Gerig's Drug Store. tf
' "; ; ; : ;.;
, Mr. J. L. Dane, an old citizen of tht
j Summer field neighborhood, who came
here a few days ago for treatment,
died of paralysis 'this morning. His
remains were sent to Summerfield
for burial, accompanied by his wife
who was with him when he died.
YouH miss ari opportunity of buy buying
ing buying many seasonable goods at remark remarkably
ably remarkably low prices if you fail to attend
the Semi-Annual Sale at Hayes &
Guynn's. ; 23-2t
. i t ..
While they have not made any fuss
about it, it is evident that the boys of
"-Company A, at Camp Wheeler, had
, some experiences in the late storm
that a. civilian would consider stren strenuous.
uous. strenuous. One sends us snapshots of the
" tent in which he and the other mem-
bers of lis squad make their home.
The snaps were taken the morning
after the storm and showed the tent
plentifully tasseled with icicles. He
said he and his comrades had no trou
ble, only they thad to stay up most oi
the nierht to keen the tent. from blow
ing away. Holding down a tent while
; the wind was holding the tempera temperature
ture temperature down to .10 was only an incident,
of course. Other boys had their outer
clothes frozen stiff on them, and
many had their bedclothes frozen.
OGALA FfiATERHAL ORDERS
Tulula Lodsre 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, Ovclock
promptly. A warm welcome' always
extended to visiting brothers.
Oscar'Andrews, N. G.
M. M. Little, Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 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' half at 7:30 o'clock.
; v Clara Moremen, N.kG.
' Georgia Ten Eyck, Secretary.
MRION-DUNN MASON'C LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. My meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock, until further notice.
J-ke Brown, Secretary.
Stephen Jewett, AV. M.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
; -- V
' Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the "K.iOf P. hall at 7:3t? p. m. every
second and fourth Friday.- Visiting
sovereigns are ailways welcome.
T. D. Lancaster, C. C.
Chs. K. Sage, Clerk
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. B.
0 r.la Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
d Protective Order of Elksj meets
tho second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each months Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postofike, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R.
HI J. .Crock. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTU1AS
Ocala Lodge No. 10. Conventions
hekl every Monday night at 7:30
vct the Caftla Hall, over the James
Cfc'iislx dri.:vstore.- A cordial welcome
visiting irotb-s '
, H. B. Baxter, C. C.
. i -k. P-zsi; ot t:.
P.. A. M. CHAPTER NO. 13
Ecula.; convocations of the OcalaV
C. !v- Mo. 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 STAtf
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. j"
Mrs. Susan Cook, W. M. i
Mrs. Rosalie Condon. Secretary.
LIST OF REGISTRANTS
WHO FAILED TO REPORT
. (Continued from First Page)
Hector, Weirsdale; Harry Williams,
Martin; Will Fuller Ocala; Will Mit Mitchell,
chell, Mitchell, Martel;. Charlie Davis, Oca la;
Fred Gibson, Willie Evans, Ocala;
Levi Alexander, Ocala, in army;
Thomas Wilson, Morriston ; Frank
Singleton, Sparr; Ira Neil" McNatt,
Weirsdale; James Conner, Ocala;
Esia Davis, Rosewood; Allen Reed,
Ocala; Joe Gordan, Reddick; Jack
Wellhoner, Conner; Raymond Gale,
Belleview, in the army; Jesse Rauler Rauler-son,
son, Rauler-son, Fort McCoy; John H. Scott,' Alex
Bostic, Ocala; Isaac Barnett, Sparr;
Willie Hills, Dunnellon; John Blair
McLin, Ocala; William Cameron,
Mcintosh; George Johnson, Morris Morris-ton;
ton; Morris-ton; C. T. Edwards, Morriston; Lee
Hendry Williams, Martel Lafayette
L. Taylor, Ocala, in i army; Boyd
Tompson, Ocala; Peter Washington,
Mcintosh; Sumner Pullins, Ocala; H.
A. Petrie, Bay Lake; Eugene "Will "Williams,
iams, "Williams, Ocala; W. D. Adams, Ocala;
Alexander Clark, Sparr; John Henry
Simpkins, Sparr; Henry ? D. Moon,
Dunnellon; James Jefferson, Ocala;
Henry Biddings, Kendrick; Malachi
Vance, Ocala; S. J.' Fort, Moss Bluff;
Tom Johnson, Thomasville, Ga.; Wes Wesley
ley Wesley Leon, Ocala; Pumer Wilkerson
Ocala; Frank Crawford, Withlacoo Withlacoo-chee,
chee, Withlacoo-chee, Ga.; Goldwire Randal, Blitch Blitch-ton;
ton; Blitch-ton; W. J. Witchet, Ashlurn, Ga.;
Charley Morgan, Ocala ; Robert Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Martin; Edgar Jones, Dunnellon;
Harry Mason, Electra; Thomas Kyle,
Ocala; Lee ,' Thomas,V Citra; Ray
Spates, Dunnellon; William McAllis McAllister,
ter, McAllister, Braddock; Smart Wilkerson,
Ocala; Maxie L. Mason, Conner; Ar Arthur
thur Arthur Morris, Ocala; Walter W. Ward,
Ocala; Fred Johnson, Tampa; Abra Abraham
ham Abraham Hampton, Sparr; George Green,
Ocala; Richard Cblden, Reddick; Ed.
Jordan, Ocala; Alfred S. Harroun,
Cottoji Pkint; M. C. Jordan, Orange
Springs; Will Johnson, Weirsdale;
Emmett Crook, Ocala; Amos White,
Citra; Laurence Rackard, Ocala, in
the navy; Calvin Thomas, Ocala; Joe
Bradshaw, Juliette; Johnnie West,
Reddick; Shad Summers, Orangeburg,
S. C; James. W Lyles, Kendrick;
Tom Johnson, Reddick; Robert L.
Davis, Reddick; Tracy T. Pedrick,
Ocala ; J ames Colden, Fairfield ; Jerry
Green, Lacota;rCharles Black, Gaines Gainesville;
ville; Gainesville; Otto Jennings, Anthony; Abra Abraham
ham Abraham Woodard, Ocala; David Michael,
Martel ; Henry P. Galium, Ocala ; Al Alfred
fred Alfred f Counts, Summerfield; Robert
Wright, Dunnellon; Edwin Blye,
Ocala ; Edward Maynor, Ocala ; Char Charlie
lie Charlie Bostick, Martel; Nathaniel Messie,
Dunnellon; Gus Williams, Electra.,..
Youll mis an opportunity of buy buying
ing buying many seasonable goods at remark remarkably
ably remarkably low prices if you fail Ha'attend
the Semi-Annual Sale at Hayes
Guynn's. - r '23-2t ;;
A carload of cotton seed direct from
Edisto Island, S. C; assures you free free-and
and free-and "do your bit" to help ygur gov gov-dom
dom gov-dom from boll weevil.. Get yours now,
ernment. Smith Grocery Company. 3t
When you want accurate and
prompt prescription service, send your
prescriptions to Gerig's Drug Store, tf
Youll miss an opportunity of buy buying
ing buying many seasonable goods at remark remarkably
ably remarkably low prices if you fail to attend
the Semi-Annual Sale at Hayes &
Guynn's. t 23-2t
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat Law Library Building, Ocala,
; YouH miss an opportunity of buy buying
ing buying many seasonable goods at remark remarkably
ably remarkably low prices" if you fail to attend
the Semi-Annual Sale at Hayes &
Guynn's. ..' 23-2t
. Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have us fill your
prescriptions for accurate service.
The Court-Pharmacy. ; tf
A full assortment of the famous
PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
the small fall garden. Ocala Seed
Store. ; .. y -. tf
We have left a few of those 29-cent
boxes of Correspondence Cards which
we think will please you. Gerigs
Prescriptions filled at Gerig's Drug
Store by registered pharmacists. One
is on duty at all times. tf
Advertise in the Star.
lias your Coal skovef
'&ccxr lagged yet ?-
(Continued from Third Page,
Miss, Elsie Hall went to Gainesville
today, for a brief visit to her rela relatives
tives relatives in that city. Miss Hall is making
her home with Mrs. Hetrick and tak tak-5ng
5ng tak-5ng her meals at the Arms House.
Miss Ethelyn Willis of Johnston
City, N. Y., on her way to Tampa, is
the. guest of Miss Louise' Roberts, at
Mr. and Mrs. E. C Bennett, Miss
Hester Dewey and Mr. J. J. Gerig
motored to Gainesville this afternoon
to witness Everywoman" there to tonight.
night. tonight. V -.
MEN WANTED FOR
THE HOME GUARD
The government wants at once 1400
men for thehome guard in Florida.
Men must be between 31 and 40 years
of age and able to pass physical ex examination.
amination. examination. They will be armed with
Krag rifles and drilled and paid the
same as regulars, but will not be re required,
quired, required, unless extraordinary emergen emergencies
cies emergencies ariseto go outside the state. For
further particulars consult the army
recruiting, officer at the postofSee.
The home guards will be used to
guard munition works, railways,
bridges, etc. They will be under the
orders of the federal government.
TO THE PUBLIC ?
Buy war savings stamps this month
from the postoffice at ?4.12 for -five
dollars worth, drawing interest at 4
per cent per annum, compounded
quarterly. Should you want to use
your money before the Aspiration of
five years, the postoffice will pay you
back your money at any time. Teach
your children lessons of economy by
buying thrift stamps at 25c. each.
Come to the postoffice for further in instructions.
R. F. Rogers, Postmaster.
COUNTY FINANCIAL STATEMENT
W.W. Stripling, Tax Collector, In Ac Ac-ronnt
ronnt Ac-ronnt with Marlon Conatr for'
Lvy 1917 ........ i$14,426.79 r
Licenses collected 201.25
By depository recpt 2,819.33
Jan. 1. 1918 ;
Fine & Forfeiture Fd.
Ievy 1917" ...$5,410.05
By depository reept' 981.77
Balance uncollected .-
Jan. 1, 1918. ... .
Poll. Taxes 1
Levy 1917: 2,852.00
rixtras collected .. 181.00
By, depository reopt 43
Tan 1 1 Q 1 O
ei.nni ... N.
Levy 1917 . .$ 501493.78
By depository recpt 8,624.80
- Jan. 1. 1918.
Road Fnnd i
Levy 1917 $52,297.13
Auto licenses colctd. 128.56
By depository recpt' 9.619.09
Jan. 1, 1918.
Levy 1917 . . $18,033.49
By depository recpt 3,272.58
Jan. 1. 1918......
Levy 1917 ........$ 3,606.70
By depository, recpt 654.52
, Jan. 1, 1918
No. 1 Fnnd.
Levy 1917 .....,$ 1,348.83
By depository reopt 150.99
Jan. 1. 1918... .
Levy 1917. $32,958.11
By depository recpt 6,372.34
Jan. 1, 1918.
Jan. 1, 1918...'... $149,005.27
STATE OP FLORIDA, -MARION
COUNTY. - : ;
I. P. H. Nugent, clerk circuit, court,
hereby certify that the above Is a true
and correct statement of the collec collector's
tor's collector's account with Marlon county and
the sw-school districts, for levy 1917,
as same appears upon (the books In my
office. -. :-
Witness my hand and official seal
this 22nd day of January, 1918.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT,
Clerk Circuit Court.
" By T. D. Lancaster, Jr., Deputy. :
To Whom it May Concern:
This is to certify that I have this
day placed in the city pound the fol following
lowing following described animals, which have
been found running at large within
the coroprate limits of the city of
Ocala, contrary to the ordinances of
One black sow marked uppersquare
one ear, undersquare other; two black
pigs, swallowfork one ear, underbit
The owners thereof or their agents,
and all whom it may concern, are
hereby notified that if the animals are
not claimed and all expenses of tak taking
ing taking and impounding thereof are not
paid within three days from date
hereof, to-wit: On the 27th day of
January, 1918, will sell the same to
the highest and best bidder, said sale
to take place between the hours "of 11
a. m. and 3 p. m. on said day at the
city pound in Ocala, Florida.
R. L. Carter,
Marshal City of t Ocala.
C..A. polloway, Impounder. (ij lt
rrOuiztotlet articje aTeflwwt-to:be
had -at any prke.TTythfimdur.
war savigs stamps' withthe sav savings.
ings. savings. The' Court Pharmacy. tf
Do you read tha want ads?
CHARGED BY MOOSE
Colonel Roosevelt Relates Excit Exciting
ing Exciting Episode of Hunting Trip.
Forced in Self-Defense to Kill Animal
Which Trailed and Attacked
V Party in Woods.
"A Book-Lover's Holiday in the
CoL. Theodore Roosevelt takes
his readers into the less familiar cor corners
ners corners of b3th North and South Amer America.
ica. America. Many of his experiences were ex exciting,
citing, exciting, but perhaps the most thrilling
was his encounter with a bull moose
when oh a recent hunting trip in
"When we were half a mile from the
landing," he says, "we saw a big bull
moose on the edge of the shore ahead
of us. He looked bigger than the one
I had shot that morning, and his ant antlers
lers antlers were rather more palmated. We
paddled up to within a hundred yards
of him, laughing and talking, and re remarking
marking remarking how eager we should1 have
been if we had not already got our
- "At first he did not seem to notice us.
Then he looked at us, but paid no fur further
ther further heed. We were surprised, but
paddled on past him ; we supposed that
he did not realize what we Were. But
another hundred yards put us to wind windward.
ward. windward. Instead of turning Into the for forest
est forest when "he got our wind, the moose
merely bristled' up th hair on his
withers, shook" his head and walked
along the shore after us. Plainly he
meant mischief. So we turned the
canoe round and paddled on our back
track. But the moose promptly turned
and followed us along tne shore. We
yelled at him, and Odllon stfuck the
canoe with his paddle, but with no effect.-"-"',,;
"For more than an hour he thus kept
us from the shore, running gto meet us
wherever we tried to go. The after afternoon
noon afternoon was waning, and a cold wind be began
gan began to blow. He., was not a pleasant pleasant-looking
looking pleasant-looking beast to meet In the woods in
the dusk. ,We were at our wits ends
to know what to do. At last he turned,
shook his head and, with a flourish of
his heels, galloped -not trotted for 50
yards up along the little river that
paralleled the portage trail. I called
Arthur's attention to that, as he had
been telling me that a' big- bull never
galloped. Then the moose disappeared
at a trot around the bend. We waited
a few minutes, cautiously ; landed and
started along "the trail, watching to see
if the bull were lying in wait .for us.
Arthur told me that if he s now at
tacked us I must shoot him at once or
he would kill someone.
"A couple of hundred yards on, the
trail led within a few yards of the lit
tie river. As we "reached that point; a
smashing in the brush beyond the op
posite bank caused us to .wheels and
the great bull came headlong; for us.
Arthur called to me to shoot. With a
last hope of frightening him' I fired
over his head, without the slightest
effect. At a slashing trot he crossed
the river, shaking his head, with his
ears laid back and the hair on his
" Tirez, m'sieu, tirez ; vite, vite I
called Arthur, and when the bull was
not 30 feet away I put. a bullet into
his chest, in the sticking point. It
was a mortal wound, and stopped him
- "I was sorry to have to kill him, but
there was no alternative. As it was, I
only stopped him in the nick of time,
and had I not shot straight at least
one of us would have ; paid forfeit
with his life. Even in Africa I have
never known anything except a rogue
elephant or buffalo, or an occasional
rhinoceros, to attack so viciously or
"with such premeditation when he was
neither wounded nor threatened.w
The world is full of complaIners.,
Some complain of ill health, many of
ill fortune and most of all of ill luck.
A pound of pluck is worth a tojV0
luck. ItTIs not a perfect world. Who
is well every day throughout the year
without an ache, a pain or a cough? -v
Who Is perfect in physique, in tem temper.
per. temper. In deed and word and conscience?
What man or woman is without a
weakness or reason at times for mis misgivings
givings misgivings or cause at times for repent repentance?
ance? repentance? It Is a world of foibles, fads and
fanatics. If we were all perfect the
preachers would be needless. Heaven
would be on earth.
There Is comfort in the thought that
the striking differences we find among
men and women make the world at attractive.
tractive. attractive. If all were alike the mo monotony
notony monotony would be unbearable!
Think of those things when you feel
like repining over ill health, 111 fortune,
ill treatment or ill luck. ;
Misery loves company and there are
always "others." John A. Sleicher, in
Why She Sent a Substitute.
The loan department of the welfare
board and the woman outside the rail
had agreed on the amount of the-loan
she wished on the diamond ring, says
the Kansas City Star.
"Your name?" the loan clerk asdV
"It isn't my ring," she replied. "It
belongs to a friend." V
She named the owner. V
"Couldn't she come herself for the
loan?" ; 'h
"No, not very' well," she answered.
Txmiisee.rjwr-fiofne- was robbed lasMicitness mr hand and "the eal of
night andallher.plqthes stolen! Shi
mustTbrrow money on the ring to buj
new ohes. She sent me to get ; tl
money and to buy the clothes."
The loaa was made.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL 'NEEDS
RATES: Six line maximum, one time 25c; three times 50c; six
times 75c; one month $3. Payable' in advance.
DR. D. M. BONEY
I especially offer my services to the
people of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail orders.
202-204 Hogan St Park Hotel BIdg BIdg-JACKSONVILLE.
JACKSONVILLE. BIdg-JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA,
FOR SALE My 3-year-old premium
Da roc brood sow and seven 3-months-old
pigs. B. N. Tanner, Belleview,
WANTED To exchange for a Ford
auto 20 acres of land. Address, If.
IL Hutchinson, Box 3, Fort McCoy,
RESIDENCE FOR SALE Residence
of seven rooms with all improve improvements;
ments; improvements; large lot with garage and gar garden
den garden on rear street. Price $1350. Ap Apply
ply Apply to the owner. Mrs. Boney, 203
Franklin St., city. 16-10t
FOR SALE New typewriter, at $3
per month. Room 5, ; Holder Block,
Ocala, Fla. 12-tf
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
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 neaf Ocala. W.
W. Condon. 1-8-tf
RAGS WANTED Cotton rags,, no
scraps. Apply at the-. Star office, tf
AGENTS WANTED Local
sentatives in leading citrus, farming
and trucking communities of Florida
for tractor which gives satisfaction
on sandy soils. This tractor is ideal
for Florida conditions and will be in
big demand. We, will liberally adver advertise
tise advertise it in mediums covering state and
irt local papers, .where we establish
agencies. Liberal proposition to deal dealers
ers dealers who will add this tractor to their
present lines of farm implements
supplies, etc, or to individuals who
give 'all or part their time to selling
it. Write for particulars, stating ter territory
ritory territory you can handle, and giving
bank references. Don't delay the sea
son for tractors is at hand and agents
for .ours who get busy soon will reap
a harvest. Address L. B. Skinner Mfg.
Co., Dunedin, Fla. 2t eod
FOR .SALE Good Singer sewing
machine.' Will sell for cash or ex exchange
change exchange for laundry work; Apply to
517 Oklawaha Ave., or phone 470. 3t
, HIM E E
; J.J. Loy,
- AIL DELICATE
.Receive Special Attention
12 E Ft. King Ave. Ocala, F!a.
HEADS OF CITY DEPARTMENTS
George A. Nash, president of the
D. E. Mclver, president pro tem.
" A. A. Winer, Department of Public
Safety Police, fire, buildings and
A. T. Thomas, Department of Pub Public
lic Public Health: Sewerage, street and san sanitation.
itation. sanitation. E. A. Osborne, Department of Pub Public
lic Public Service: Light and water.
G. A. Nash, Department of Justice:
Laws and ordinances.
' D. E. Mclver, Department of Fi Finance:
nance: Finance: Finances and accounting.
You'll miss an opportunity of buy buying
ing buying many seasonable goods at remark remarkably
ably remarkably low prices if you fail to attend
the Semi-Annual Sale at Hayes &
Star ads. are business buildr.
In the Circuit Court ot Marlon Copty.
. Florida In Chancery.
Simon C. Basser, Complainant, va.
Susanna V. Hilton et aL Defend Defendants.
ants. Defendants. -Order
for Constructive Serrice.
It is ordered that the defendants
herein named, to-wit: Mary EL Fogrs,
William Brown, Lula I Gregory, Lala
F. Gregory. W. B. Goodwin, R. J.
Knight and "W. J. Hill man. co-partners
dottHjf business un&r the firm name
of Jilg:ht & HIUman;and each of them
beltod they are hereby required to ap appear;
pear; appear; tovthe bill of complaint hereto heretofore
fore heretofore filed in this cause, on or before
4th day of February, 1918.
Ir is further ordered that this order
be published nce a week for eig-ht
consecutive weeks In the -'Ocala Eve Eve-ninsr
ninsr Eve-ninsr -Star.- a. newSDlMf trublished In
county atxi siate.
aid court -th i-tbtto flay -OXLjJecem-
(Seal) r. m. uusrix.
Clerk Circuit Court. Marion, County
HOCKER & MARTIN.
Complain an fa Solicitors.
S MULES FOR SALE Three first-
1 class mules, prices right. Apply to G.
M. Brown, at Moss Bluff, Fla. 18-tf
REMOVAL Clayton's Pressing Club
which has been located next to fire
station, is now next to Blalock Bros.,
on Oklawaha avenue. Phone v13. 22-6t
COTTAGE FOR RENT Corner cf
Watula and South Third street. Ap Apply
ply Apply to C. Rheinauer. 12-tf
FOR SALE New worm-drive : Ford
truck with body; 1917 4-clinder Buick,
price $500; 1913 Cadillac, price. $550;
1914 Cadillac, price $750; and other
second hand bargains. Apply to Auto
Sales Co., Ocala, Fla. 17-6t
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-lxa
WANTED Old False Teeth Don't
Matter if Broken. I pay $2 to $15 per
set. Also cashfor old gold, silver and
broken jewelry. Send by parcel post
J ? J W T1
ana receive cnets oy return man. yui
hold goods ten days for sender's ap approval
proval approval of my offer. L. Mazer, 2007 So.
5th St., Philadelphia, Ta. 17-18t
RAGS WANTED The larger the
better. Must be well laundered. No
sewing room scraps. Star office. 3t
FOR SALE 1917 Ford touring car
fin good mechanical condition; shock
absorbers and step brace; $325. R. O.
Riddle, Florida House, Ocala. 23-tf
FOR RENT House on Oklawaha av avenue
enue avenue occupied by Mr. Theus; furnish furnished
ed furnished or unfurnished. Inquire within, or
apply to Mrs. O. T. Green, 605 Okla Oklawaha
waha Oklawaha avenue. 3-Gt
! FOR SALE 14 Buick roadster, four
new tires. Cost $1450. Price $350, Ap-
ply to Theus Brothers Furniture
Store, Ocala, Fla. thu-f ri-sat
FOR SALE Sea Island and Flor Flor-adora
adora Flor-adora cotton seed. Want velvet beans
and peanuts.' Anthony Farms, An-
WANTED Three ladies and two men
to solicit for best fraternal benefic beneficiary
iary beneficiary society. Call for district manager
between 9 and 11:30 a. m. Room No.
1, over Carlisle's Drug Store. 24-3t
LA V M
YOU HAVE. TRIED THE. REST
:iOW USE THE BEST
it is tne best irora every angle you
consider it ITS FINISH is glossy
and lasts longest because it contains
no adulterated oil; ITS DURABILITY-
is assured because the Oil is Pure
the pigments and colors are the best
and they are scientifically balanced
for service. IT IS MOST ECONOMi ECONOMi-CAL
CAL ECONOMi-CAL because a can of 2-4-1 is all
Paint Priceand your Linseed Oil at
Oil Price, thereby saving from 50
cents to 80 cent3 per gallon, accord according
ing according to the price of Linseed OiL
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO.,
"Built, for Serrice"
R. O. RIDDLE Dealer
Florida House, Ocala, Fla.
' AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates mada on alt Coa
tract Work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Honey than env other
1 contractor in the city.
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