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OGALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31, 1918;
VOL.25, NO. 28
Fierce' Fight Wednesday Morning
. Between Americans and Germans
' on the Western Front
, (Associated Press)"
With the American Army, France,
Wednesday, Jan. 30.- An American
position on a certain section of the
, French front was raided during ,a
heavy fog this morning, after a vio violent
lent violent artillery barrage. Two Ameri Americans
cans Americans were killed, four were wounded
and one is missing. It is believed the
missing man was captured. It is now
permited to disclose that all the re recent
cent recent casualties given out at Washing Washington
ton Washington occurred 01 this sector.
THEY PAID FOR THEMSELVES s
' -The night was' fairly quiet through-
out the American sector. At day daybreak
break daybreak ,the fog enveloping the whole
position became thicker. At ,7 o'clock
ther were three muffled reports, fol followed
lowed followed by shells bursting ort three
sides of aa American listening post
near a similar post of the f enemy.
"Then hell broke loose," said one of
the men. ; (
It is certain the enemy ; casualties
from American fire were equal to or
exceeded ours. 4
JOHN WILLIAM CLAYTON
i This community was. saddened on
January 30th to hear the death angel
had called Willie Clayton to the
"great beyond. He was one of the
brave, noble boys wh volunteered
and went with Co. A. V
Willie was a noble, Christian-heart-'
ed boy and counted his friends by his
acquaintances. He, was faithful in
1 church work and never, failed to do
his part. If there was a sickness in
the neighborhood' he t was always
found there, ready to assist in evry
way possible. He was in the campj
five months and never wrote a word
of complaint to his friends or loved
ones, but always said he, was willing
to go and fight for his country when
called on. ;;r v-
1 He leaves a father, who was with
him at Canfp Wheeler when death
. came, a mothelytwo brothers and six
sisters besides a host of friends and
N relatives.. ', '"" -'. i ; '.-' ;,
.. The pall bearers were Messrs.
John .Whitfield, Geo. Chambers, Hor Horace
ace Horace Whetstone, Hampton Terrel, Ster Sterling
ling Sterling Hooper.
Yet -through, the laden hours of
deathj-there comes a golden ray of
hope for rest on the other shore. To
comfort those left behind, and after
life's fitful ;f ever we kifbw he sleeps
" well.-' ." X;
O Lord,-God" Almighty; To Thee
We turn jis our solace above;
The waters may fail from the sea,
'But not Thy fountain of- love;
O, teach us 'Thy will to obey, V
, And sing with one heart and. accord
He gave and He taketh away.
- And praised be the name of ; the
Lord. A Friend.
MEN WANTED FOR ,
; THE HOME GUARD
The government wants at once 1400
men for the -home guard in Fldtida.
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 arise, to go outside thesate. For
further particulars consult tha army
recruiting officer at the postoffice.
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
v Buy war savings stamps this month
' from the postoffice at ?4.12 for five
dollars worth, 4rawin interest at 4
per cent per annum, compounded
quarterly. '.- Should you want to use
your j money before 'the expiration 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.
fe Come to the jaosteffice for further in in-v
v in-v structions. '
. R. F. Rogers, Postmaster.
nEADS OF CITY DEPARTMENTS
George A. Nash; "president of the
. council. V .--
D. E. Mclver, president pro tern.
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-
itation. . :-.--' :7
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: Firir.ces and accounting.
' ARE SEETHING
Junkers Having Their Ilknds Fall to
Keep Down Discontented
People of Germany
London, Jan. 31. The socialist
party leaders of,Germany, according
to a statement of the Berliner Tage Tage-blatt,
blatt, Tage-blatt, forwarded by the Amsterdam
correspondent of the Central News,
have asked President Kaempf of the
reichstag to Timmediately summon
the reichstag in view 'of the alarming
events of the past few days.
BIG STRIKE IN BERLIN
Amsterdam, Jan. 31. The numbei
of strikers in Berlin is estimated at
1 25,000, according to a semi-official
statement issued In Berlin yesteriay,
when there had been only an incon inconsiderable
siderable inconsiderable increase in the strike since
SEVERAL CITIES IN STATE OF
Copenhagen, Jan.4" 31. A state of
siege has Been declared at Hamburg,
Altona and Wandsbeck, according to
the Hamburg Echo, a socialist news newspaper.
paper. newspaper. ;
Both Altona and Wandsbeck are in
the Hamburg district and are seats of
UNREST ON TIIE INCREASE
London, Jan. 31. The German
strike, is growing in magnitude, the
Exchange Telegraph's correspondent
at Copenhagen reports.' t In Berlin
there are 700,000 on strike, 58,000 be being
ing being women, according to the corres correspondent,
pondent, correspondent, and a great number" of so socialist
cialist socialist leaders have been arrested in
various German towns.
WILL BE RUNNING
AGAIN IN TWO WEEKS
The Star is informed that the
damage at 'the plant of the Florida
Power Company .will be repaired an(
the plant running v again in two
weeks, v X '-r'. .:
. wMu-jru : i-pucu uuu
of Dunnellon about Inghs being aPI
Tl, ,!U .l 4. A1 1 1 1.
most washed away was a great ex exaggeration.
aggeration. exaggeration. Inglis is some miles be be-lo
lo be-lo wthe dam, and tho the river was
running bankfull, and out of banks in
low the dam, and tho the river was
done anywhere. f
ilOTOR CLUB MEETING
Do you want to see Ocala push for forward
ward forward with the rest of our prosperous
cities in Florida, or shall we lag be behind?
hind? behind? That's the question. Now if
you' want to boost Ocala, and kep
our city on the 'map and hold the rep reputation
utation reputation of Marion county up, come
to the meeting of the Ocala Motor
Club at the board of trade room
this evening at 7:30 and let's use
get together and co-operate and ust
our organized efforts in boosting
t ".No matCer if you do not belong to
the Motor Club, it is, of vital interest
to you that "you should attend thib
LAKE WEIR W. C. T. U.
The meeting opened January 24,
1918, by song, America, followed by
scripture lesson and prayer by Mrs.
Sigmon.: -v-V'.'-'- -'
Mrs. Sigmon reported ; that the
bandages which the union bought
were completed, 33 in number, and
that they were sent to Capt. Free Freeman
man Freeman at Camp Wheeler base hospital.
.Two committee reports were read
and wo letters, one from Mrs. Pack Pack-ham
ham Pack-ham and one from William Snook at
Ten members were present and the
subject being "Medal Contests as a
Character Builder," answered with
fitting responses on that subject.
. Mrs. Straub took charge of the
meeting and the subject was full
discussod .from all standpoints.
The meeting adjourned to meet
again Feb. 7th. Press Reporter.
WHY WE MUST SAVE FOOD.
The 1917 wheat rtop In France was
less than half normal, using' the cro'p
of 1913 as a basis f comparison.
There was a shortage of 170,000,000
bushels or '53.3 per cent. The potato
crop wasoply within one-thlid of nor normal.
mal. normal. The 'sugar beet, crop showed a
deficit, of 67.9 per cent. Her meat
herds In the early fall showed a short shortage
age shortage of 1,800,000 "animals.
Those ; are a few of the reasons
America must feed he associate In
iOe war. They-are -longer able to
feed themselves,' and unless we come
to the rt'seue are face to face wita
starvation. And starvation means de defeat
feat defeat in the war.
Inclement Weather. Makes MacV. of
the Good Work of Garfield
of Little Avail
Washington, Jan. 31. -A fuel, fam famine
ine famine is imminent in large sections of
the east unless the railroad adminis administration
tration administration finds a way to speed up coal
movements despite the snow and ice
storms that have prevailed for the
past few days. Weather forecasts
give little basis of hope, as snow! is
promised in most sections east of the
Washington, Jan.' 31 Demands for
wage increases pending before the
railroad wage commission are for an
aggregate average of 40 per cent, if
was disclosed today. The demands
represent a total of nearly five "hun "hundred
dred "hundred millions this year r about half
theailway operating income last
LIST OF REGISTRANTS
Ordered to Appear for Physical Ex
animation February 6, 1918
H. C. Armtsrong, Summerfield.
' Herbert R. Parks, Burbank. v
W. B. Pasteur, Sparr.
Henry Johnson, Lowell.
. Arthur Gomelia, Ocala.
Richard Lewis, Oak.
James D. Hill, Anthony. :
Otis B. Fort, Lynne.
Charley B. Mixson, Flemingtoa.
Fred M. Black, Weirsrdale. ;
Edward 0 Marshall, Oklawaha.
C P. Braddock, Ocala.- i
Charley Been, Reddick. :
Arldrew "Harrell, Gaiter.
Robert Mickson, Fairfield.
E. C. Marshall, Candler.
' Claude Gadson, Anthony.
Travis .W. Collier, Ocala.
Ralph K. Robinson, Ocala.
John S. Fink, Daniels, W. Va.
Edward Waters, Reddick.
Caesar Ulmer, Tallahassee.
Henry A.! Morris, Williston.
RobertB. Newman, Ocala.
Wimo.f ria -m
. Ernest Clyde Blair, Ocala. v.
Ernest Edwards, Ocala.
Lewis McMahon, Ocala. x
Zeke Smith, Ocala.
Toe Wyche, Dunnellon.
Chesley L. Manning Anthony.
Ben Scott, Mcintosh.
Hiram H. Gates, Gainesville.
Amos -Williams, Lowell. t r
x Norman firown, Morriston. 5
David S. Dean, Romeo.
Moses Paul, Ocala.
Elzie Wise, Martin.
Robert Johnson, Reddick.
George P. Falana, Ocala.
Alva Lee Barber Electra.'
Earl Axfiishop, Atathony.
Andrew H. Goodyear, Juliette.
. James Thomas, Ocala.
Wm. A. Harrell, Oklawaha.
Benj. H. Lumpkin, Ocala.
Alfie Brooks, Ocala.
James C. Reynolds Lynne. v
'Andrew J. Wood, Moss Bluff.
Barney H. Clifton, Valdosta.
Tom Weathers, Reddick.
Local Board' for Marion County,
By, Lw R. Trammell, Clerk.
BUY THRIFT STAMPS
Ocala just now has a baker
Who never was classed as a faker
Of his cakes and piesj
I'm telling no lies
When I saw he's a blue ribbon baker.
22-6t Carter's Bakery. v
CflUTRlTlOUS CORN BREAD. jJ
On New York hotel has arranged
a thoroughly patriotic corn bread
recipe, y It .combines cornmeal with
vrye flour, both of which are being con
sumed in greater quantities tnis year
In order, to release wheat flour for the
allied nations. This recipe fills a
large pan 16 by 22 Inehes and con contains
tains contains the following ingredients: One
quart milk, four ounces butter substi substitute,
tute, substitute, ten ounces, light. syrup or honey,
three eggs, pinch salt, two pounds
cornmeal, one pound rye flour and two
ounces baking powder. 1
The butter and syrup are thorough thoroughly
ly thoroughly mixed. Then add the eggs gradual gradually,
ly, gradually, pour in the milk; then add the rye
flour mixed with the cornmenl and
taking powder. Bake in a hot ovan.
" J 'til '.J."iM"
Drove the Enemy Back in the Alpine
Sector, Almost Wiping Out
London, Wednesday Jan. 30. An
official summary of shipping losses is-
sued tonight reports the destruction
of nine vessels of over 1600 tons ana
six of lesser tonnage.
This exceeds by seven the total for
the previous two weeks in both of
which six large ships and two small
ones were lost. 7
AIR RAID ON PARIS
Berlin, Jan. 31. -"As a reprisal, we
dropped fourteen tons of bombs on
Paris," says an official statement.
MANY KILLED OR WOUNDED
Paris, Jan. 31. Twenty, persons
were killed and fifty injured during
last night's air raid, it is onnounced
London, 1. Jan. 31. British casual
ties reported during January totaled
7"3,017. ,x r
These figures show a slight falling
off from December, when the total
ITALIAN POSITION IMPROVED
.' -.. .'
Rome, Jan. 31. The Italians' new
position west of the Frenzala valley
on the mountain front was improved
yesterday, ; the war office announced
today. The line advanced slightly to
the northeast of Col Del Rosso.
HIT THE AUSTRIAN'S HARD
Rome, Jan. 30. In addition to Col
Del Rosso, taken Monday, the official
statement: says, the Italian success
was extended yesterday by the cap capture
ture capture of Monte di Val Delia.
An intensive artillery duel is now
in progress along the entire front.
Two Austrian divisions were almost
completely wiped out during the
fighting for the height positions and
more than 2,600 prisoners, six guns
and 100 machine guns fell into the
hands of the Italians.
BRAZIL IS WITH US
; Rio Janeiro, Jan. 31. Admiral
Pedro Pronti has been appointed
commander of the Brazilian fleet
which will co-operate with the Allies
in European waters.
Moss' Bluff, Jan. 30. Rev. Colson
preached a very interesting sermon
last Sunday, and Sunday night at the
Christian church. We thought the
house was full Sunday, but Sunday
night it was full and running over.
Mrs. A. W. Fort and daughter,
Miss Martha Fort, were Sunday vis visitors
itors visitors of Mrs. Oliver Fort.
Mrs. M. N. Waters, Mr. Gus Wat
ers of Electra, Mrs. Harkey and Mr.
Leonard Harkey of Muclan Farms,
were visitors of Mr. and Mrs. Olivei
Fort Monday afternoon.
As far as we know our school is
progressing very nicely so far.
.. Mr. Donoval will preach here next
Sunday at the Congregational church
in the evening. All are invited.
Mr. Oliver Fort and Mr. -A. W.
Fort were Leesburg visitors Sunday.
A large crowd of Leesburg people
were over last Monday afternoon
with the intention of going deer
hunting early .Tuesday morning.
We are sorry to hear that Miss
Sallie Morrison is on 'the sick list.
We wish for her a. speedy recovery,.
Weirsdale, Jan. 30. Everybody is
enjoying the spring weather we have
been having lately. 1
Mr. W. T. Kelsey went to Jackson
ville Monday morning.
Miss Orpha Slicker from Atlanta,
is the guest of Miss Ethel Carnahan.
Mrs. E. Simpson was delightfully
surprised last week by a visit from
her son, Leon, who i3 working in
Mrs. J-. M. Douglas was suddenly
called to Starke'" last Friday by the
illness of her mother and was ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Miss Minnie Albertson.
On their return they reported that
she was better. Rev. G. V. Albert Albert-son"spent
son"spent Albert-son"spent Friday night here en route
t Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Douglas went to
Mr. and Mrs. R. D. Douglas went
to Ocala yesterday. Mr. J. M. Doug Douglas
las Douglas also made a business trip to
Ocala and Shady Monday. His
father, Mr. H. W. Douglas, returned
hme with him.v
- The friends of Miss Jessie; Cam Cameron
eron Cameron were glad to se her here again.
She returned Monday to Orlando.
Sill ADMITS HE
Sought No Advice from Democratic
Senators Before Making His
Washington, Jan. 31. Speaking to
the question of personal privilege to
day, Senator Stone charged that the
published reports that democratic
leaders sought to dissuade him from
his recent, attack on republicans had
been calculated to break the forec of
his charge that Col. Roosevelt and
other republican leaders had been
playing politics. He denied that any
democratic Jeaders conferred witk
him on the subject.
MEAT WILL BE SCARCE
Some Timely Warning from the State
The following statement issued by
Federal Food Administrator Brax
ton Beacham, is given to the public
for protection against a temporar
scarcity of fresh meat, which will un undoubtedly
doubtedly undoubtedly be felt in Florida. This
scarcity will not be due to a lack of
supply of live stock, but because of
difficulty in transportation. Mr.
Beacham 's explanations of the j:ondi j:ondi-tionsNare
tionsNare j:ondi-tionsNare as follows:
"The normal tendency of such a
scajreity would be to advance the price
to retailers and consumers out of line
with the tost of production. This will
rtbt be allowed to happen. The food
administration has instructed meat
packers not tosell at prices repre representing
senting representing more than a normal average
margin above cost, and has instructed
the packers to distribute such meat
as is available at a fair price among
"I am endeavoring to se that this
order is strictly enforced, and will
carefully investigate any reports of
an unreasonable advance- in price.
This does not only apply to the .pack .packers
ers .packers and wholesaler houses, but applies
alike to the retailers and dealers in
meats and substitutes. They must not,
at this .time, charge prices that give
them more than a normal average
margin above cost, and they must
distribute meat as is available, with without
out without interrupting the usual, fiowof
"I shall, immediately upon notice
of violations of this order or upon no- j
tification and evidence that any par
ties dealing in meats have not con
formed to this order, take immediate
steps to prevent them from continu continuing
ing continuing business, and any, wholesaler or
retailer who is proven s to have vio violated
lated violated this ruling, must bear the conse consequences
quences consequences as fixed by the food admin administration.
istration. administration. "I shall endeavor to get reports
from every section in the state of
Florida which will guide me in judge judgement
ment judgement as to whether or not packers
and retailers are taking advantage of
the temporary scarcity. The public
should know that there is no justifi justification
cation justification for little, if any increase in
price, of meat, and the food adminis administration
tration administration will criticise very closely any
advances over theprices now prevail prevailing.
ing. prevailing. It I is highly importantj at' this
time, that the public consider them themselves
selves themselves duty-bound to report cases 01
this kind to my office, and all infor information
mation information received will be appreciated
and held as strictly confidential. Brax Braxton
ton Braxton Beacham, Federal Food Admin Administrator,
istrator, Administrator, Florida. v
Blitchton, Jan. 30. Mr. Alfre
Ayer of Ocala was a Thursday visi visitor.
' Mr. M. R. Godwin spent Thursday
Miss Opal Blitch of Bronson spent
the week end here, t
Mr. W. P. Hammons is on the sick
1 Mr. R. B., Fant spent Saturday, av
Mr. and Mrs. F. E. Fant honored
Mrs. S. H. Blitch with a birthday
dinner Sunday. Those present were
Dr. and Mr3. S. H. Blitch, Dr. and
Mrs. J. L. Davis and Miss Mamie
Fant of Irvine and Messrs. Landis
and Loonis Blitch.
- There will be Sunday school at the
Baptist church Sunday afternoon,
but no preaching service.
Mr Harry Bennett, our former
pastor is d'oing Y. M. C. A. work at
Rev. Billy Folks and Mr. Alonzo
Folks of Juliette were visitors last
Mr. F. A. Blitch has enlisted in the
navyj but we hope they will, not call
him real soon.
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library "Building, Ocala,
It pays to advertise in the Star.
' Til ODAIH
. iu orai
Sailings of Several Passenger Steam Steam-ers
ers Steam-ers to Spanish Ports Have
An Atlantic Port, Jan. 31. The
sailings of five passenger steamships
making ready here to go to Spain
were suspended today on orders from
Washington, it was announced.
ATTRIBUTED TO EXCHANGE
Washington, Jan. 31. The war
trade board suspended issuing li licenses
censes licenses for exports to spain and this
effectually embargoes all shipments
to that country. It is believer! th.
state of exchange is a partial cause.
Lake Kerr, Jan. 29. Commodore
Fuller and Messrs. Brown and Mc Mc-Quaig
Quaig Mc-Quaig went bird, hunting Tuesday.
They killed thirty-two quails and en enjoyed
joyed enjoyed a bird supper at the Commo Commodores'
dores' Commodores' home that night.
Mr. A. W. Smiley and his friend,
Mr. Young from Norwich, N. J., suc succeeded
ceeded succeeded in getting the motor boat, the
Tarpon, into Salt Springs Thursday
They brought the Coat thereof rom De
Land with the help of Messrs. Wal Wallace
lace Wallace and BoAtright, they managed to
haul it across to Lake Kerr and made
the home trip, arriving at 7 o'clock
Friday evening The Ponpon is an
ideal little boat and will afford much
pleasure for, the folks.
A literary program was given by
the school Friday afternoon. The
following visitors were present: Mrs.
Boatright, Mrs. MacQuaig, Mrs. Mac
Donald, Mrs. Vanhorn, Mrs. Geo.
Smiley; Mr. Geo. Smiley and Mr. D.
The social given at the Chapel Fri Friday
day Friday evening was attended by a small
number. One -of the features of the
program was an address by BIr.
Younge, of N. Y.. on "My Adventures
in Haiti." It was both interesting
Commodore -Fuller and Messrs. Will
MacQuaig and Larne Hastings went
bird hunting Saturday.
The fish have thawed out enough
to getjhungry during this pleasant
weather and are biting just fine.
- We are sorry to" note the sudden ill illness
ness illness of Mrs. Hurlburt.
, Rev. and Mrs. J. C. Boatright ana
family made their usual trip Sunday,
morning. They were accompanied as
far as Anthony by Miss Sarah Forbes
who spent the day with her mother,
Mrs. Eva Forbes. Rev. Boatright
preached at the Sparr Baptist chuYch
in the morning and evening. Th
weather was perfect and both ser services
vices services were well Attended.
Miss Annie Belle Snellgrove spent
Sunday with her grandparents, Mr.
and Mrs. Cowart, of. Fort McCoy.
Mrs. Blanche Barthelow and baby,
William Louis, of Fort McCoy are
spending this week with Mrs. Barth Barth-elow's
elow's Barth-elow's sifter, Mrs. J. C. Boat-ight.
,Mr. D. E. MacP.ae rowed across the
lake Monday morning to bring his
daughters "over to attend school this
week. They are staying with Mrs. J.
Mr. T. C Ecatright made a busi business
ness business trip to Fort Gates Monday.
Lake Weir, Jan. 30. Mrs. M. A.
Robinson and daughter, Miss Annie,"
of Baltimore, Md. arrived a few days
ago to make their annual trip south
and are the guests of Mrs. H. W.
Henry, 'Sr., for several-weeks.
Mr. and Mrs. Carson Bradford with
their two children of Nashville,
Tean., are spending a month at their
cottage on the lake, motoring down
from Jacksonville in their car last
Saturday evening where they hadt
been spending several, days enroute.
The friends of Mr. George Crum re regret
gret regret to learn of his recent illness, but
J arc enjoyed to know he is now conval
escent and will noon be hi3 own
cheerful self again.
While Dr. Henry has been spend spending
ing spending a week in Jacksonville his broth
er-in-law, Dr. McDonald of Va., has
been attending to his practice and
judging by ike remarks of the pa patients,
tients, patients, Dr. Henry will have to look to
his laurels as they are all loud in
their praise of Dr. McDonald.
'Mrs. N. Wyroberly of Orange Lake
has returned to be with her mother,
Mrs. William McGahagin, who has
been quite ill for some time.
k Mr. Carl Rose has secured the con
tract for the Lake Weir sand to be
used at the Arcadia aviation camp and
is now shipping several cars a day by
government contract to that point.
The company, Messrs. Rose, Aker Aker-man
man Aker-man & Ellis, have all the orders they
can fill and owing to the scarcity of
cars have never run full time at their
works, They now have bought twelve
acres of lake front from the Gary
heirs for" building purposes.
OCALA EVEWLNG STAK, THURSDAY. JANUARY 31. 1918
OCAIA EVENEi2G STAR
I'abllMbed Efery Dtr Except SundJir by
STAR PUBLISHING COMPANY,
, OF OCALAi FLA,
ft. IC Carroll, Preldet
P. V. Leamxtwd, Secretary-Treasurer
; J. H. Beajnmta, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., postofflce a
econd-class matter. ;
Do!ncftM Office .............. Ffve-0e
Editorial Department ..... Two-Sere
Society Editor Twe-One-Flve
country, and live thru the war, will
have plenty of girls to chose from
when they come home.
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The ordinary sinner ishreatenedl
with damnation but the' German sin
ner is already suffering Potsdamna-
It is almost too much to hope for,
but if the Italians win a' big victory
on their front, Austria will bawl for
the calf rope. - (
Officers of the German navy seek
assignments oh' submarines, as the
are made heroes by the people.
boat seamen 'receive five- times as
much as in other service. V.V
The British food controller insists
that soldiers in the1' field must 1 have
tob'acco or suffer geat discomfort,
lie says "men would eat a great deal
-more if they did' not have' tobacco.":
Surgeon General Gorgas testifies
that he advised, that hqspitals be 'con 'constructed
structed 'constructed before camps.! If his advice
Is r A 1rknm rtll ArirAf virtTw Iiitai' TTr"l T?
Iicvvi ucui.xuiiurvcu uiaiij uiva vum
have been saved. Well JcnoW better
Lake county, has a home guards
which, the commissioners of that coun county
ty county have equipped with Winchester re repeating
peating repeating rifles! This; in the Star's opin opinion,
ion, opinion, is the most Sensible way to" awn
home guards.;.;;,;'. ;t;; ,):' l"'J "5.1
A national woman's ryer battal battalion
ion battalion has been organized to ; get'evey
woman with a; 'sdh1 or.4 r4latiVeVlnvtn6
army or navy to' sighta cdnyenant'' to
join in a prayermeeting at least once
every two weeks..
An ordinary airplane exclusive! of
the engine, has over i two hundred
thou sand pieces, 1 besides' oyer four
thousand nails, three thousand screws,!
a thousand steel stampings" arid eight
hundred forgings. ;,-':
Representative1 Shalleuberger V;Ot'
Nebraska, declared to Surgeon Gen General
eral General Gorgasthat he believed the deatfi
penalty should b inflicted uppnmed
ical officers in the army who neglect
the ills of soldiers.
After every battle abroacf. salvage
lorries go oven the : battlefields and
bring back everything they can pick
up. At Calais 25,000 pairs of shoes
are re-made every week,- after they
have been brought in from the. battle battlefields.
The people who with political sane-"
timoniousness denounce those who- in infringe
fringe infringe the constitution for the sake
, of expedience, forget that political
expedience was the 'ruling motive of
those who "framed the American con constitution.
stitution. constitution. ,A v'V V:
The funeral services of Private
John W. Clayton at the Christian
church yesterday afternoon were very
largely attended. Not only did the
young soldier have many friends bux
his""deatbr in; the cause wentr to the
hearts of many who before he enlist enlisted
ed enlisted had hardly known his name. The
church was crowded with sympathiz sympathizing'
ing' sympathizing' friends,' and the ) attendance
would have beeV'grlater had the no notice
tice notice been more extended.- v
I The' services were led by. Rev. C. E.
Wyatt,' niihfster 'of the church, aided
by Rev. R." Ft Rogers, who "had known
the dead soldier from childhood. Both
clergymen ( spoke words of comfort
arid inspiration td the bereaved rela relatives
tives relatives 'and 'sorrowing friends'.'
-:A; choir lea""by"Mr. C.f E. JVinston
sang the two beautiful hymns, "Are
There Any Stars in' My Crown," and
MIh the Sweet Bye and Bye' 'i
"After these services, the young sol
dier's b6df was carried to its ; last
resting-place in Greenwood. The
pallbearer n were Messrs. v Frank
Gates, V Horace Whetstone, i George
Chambers, Stirling ;; Hooper,: John
Whitfield and IHainptbn Whitfield.
! We" cannot teirhow it will be when
bur boys begin? to rfal in: battle but
jast now it seems harder to lose them
when they die of sickness in hi the
camps. However,1 it is all among the
sacrifices Hhe people must' make for
their country. ....
i .Young-Clayton died of pneumonia
His system had been weakened by
i 4-- - - '. t. ,i
measies ana mumps, ana wnen tne
mdre dangerous" disease attacked him
it found 'an'easy victim.
Ocala's union" passenger station
enablesTthe'j railroads to save money
arid' the town to put up better front.
But it adds s to the ; experise and in
convenience' 6f half the people f who
travel, arid is no saving to' the 1 other
half:? t has4 caused" the town 'to lose
three or four good "families' who are
missed' in business' and social circles.
The' railroadsiare now; preparing to
consolidate their freight depots; and
thisTwill cause the town to. Ibse some
more good people.''
Dr. Charles' W. Eliot says the gov
ermnent has harassed corporations for
twenty-five yearV, but that events of
the past eight indnths have .showri
thatr r greater security of 'democratic
government lies in them, as hundreds
6f theil 'trkined in 'great" concerns have
offered their 'services at Washington
without compensation : and without
these services 'the government would
have beeit unable' to" meet the emer-gncies"of-War.'
; Mr.f McAdoo, secretary of the
treasury,' has" asked ; Congress, to r'eni
act a law cfeatirig a $500,000,000 wax
fifaance corporation which virtually
putSr control of ttie money- market in
the hands'- of the govarriment; The
drastic legislation was declared nec necessary
essary necessary to safeguard ', the financial
fabric'tof' the nation. Non-esSential
loans will be restricted and war work
During, the past year," the ; ; v Ger Germans
mans Germans have sunk nXfiOtf toris pf-American
shipping. On the other hand,'
the United States has "added; to" its
marine 700,000 "tons, German and
Austrian j ships seized in American
t T '" J I I II I II VMUMHM
i Last fyear 7500 murder .were'eomf
mited in the United States.f .The cities
with; the highest homicide recbrd are
Memphis, Atlanta' New4 Orleans,
Nashville and Charleston; the ': five
lowest Newark, N. J. Proyierice,
R. I., Rochester,' N. Y., Milwaukee,
Wis., and Reading, Pa.
Our Cotton Plant correspondent
sets" right the name of Alfred Har Har-roum
roum Har-roum who is in the; service,' but whose
name was nevertheless ; published as
among those who had ; not called for
their questionnaires. This makes' four
young men ; whom the publication of
the list has saved trouble; if there are
others, let their friends send their
names to the Star at once.
Belleview, Jan. 30. Mr. Hugh
Remington and Miss Mattie Lee Red Redding
ding Redding were married by Rev. S. W.
Whidderi T at theTMethodist" parsonage
last Sunday afternoon.-
Some little friction is caused by
patties nqt Understanding the f latest
instructions from ( the food adminis
trator. If you buy wheat flour -you
nrast buyan equal amount of corn
meal or other substitutes for flour.
Yes, your money is; good -but the
fear of the punishment to be in inflicted
flicted inflicted upon violators of the rule is
more to "be feared than any possible
loss of patronage, so do not argue the
whys' and wherefores with the store
keeper that is trying to run straight,
r Mrt Geo. A. Carr after being plac placed
ed placed in "Class 3" with very little prob probability
ability probability of his evert being called to the
Colors,' made application to the En Engineering
gineering Engineering corps and was accepted for
immediate service "- in France. Mr.
Carr leaves Thursday for Washing Washing-tori,
tori, Washing-tori, D. C.,1 where he will report foi
' Buying and selling and trading of
automobiles goes on apace in Belle Belle-view.
view. Belle-view. mo' ; ':'
I Mr. Harry Shaw recently ; bought
him a brand new Henry Ford. There
was almost too much action in its in innards'
nards' innards' and the road came'tcf the driver
just a -little bit tod fast? son Mr. Shaw
sells nice new Henry Ford to Frank
Gale who is looking for action all the
time and who can travel as fast as
any "tin Lizzie" that1 eVer jtirned a
wheel; and get away with a whole
neckband no broken bones. :
The-Belleview post office, has sold
ove,r one hundred ; dollars worth of
thrift andJ war saving stamps- this
month of January.
' Everyone in Belieview who sub subscribed
scribed subscribed for, has received their second
issue of 'Liberty Bonds.'
Th4" St. Petersburg: Independent
doesnfr think '-much of the fopd !'ad !'ad-mhiistrati6n's"
mhiistrati6n's" !'ad-mhiistrati6n's" plan: to conserve flour
by smakirig pedple' buy;'' an 1 5 equal
amourilf of some' 'other breadstuff. It
says that Vhen sugar could be ? isola
only, by purchasing-, comfaiear'at 'the
same time,' many people fed the meal
to the chickens No matteV how good
a rule ma be, it isn't fool proof, o
Sdretary Baker's "testimony "hah
cleared the atmosriherel It is likely
that he gave therGermaris some infor infor-matidff
matidff infor-matidff that they shduld ii6t have had.
At 'thet's-inie tiM6, he" great!y;reassur great!y;reassur-sured
sured great!y;reassur-sured bur "owii people: They all fee
better! We" 'cant run' things in the
Prussian way in this country. 4 The
people" have to be 1 told, or they "will
I It js conceded ""that; yfien 'the Ger Ger-iri&ris
iri&ris Ger-iri&ris begin theirT offensive they5 are
going to throw away lives' by the
hundred thousand in the attempt to
brush the French!! Theifl ofiicers in intend
tend intend if "necessary to fill the trenches
wittf dead irf order to enable the sur sur-yivofstot
yivofstot sur-yivofstot pas5bver to get at the en enemy.
emy. enemy. If they can stand it, the Allies
p"f6babty','canv : .o :-y IJ
:-' -- .-.-..-- -- -.' ;.. -... .;.
The Arcadia News thinks that
when a young man is in the service,
the men who stay at home ; should
keep away from his, girl.;. ( Well, we
don't know. We rather, think it is bet better
ter better for the young man who stays at
nome to take 9 soldier's orl sailprfs
girl out and give, her; a pleasant time
once in a while. If she won't stick to
her absent boy jn khaki or bitten the is
better off to lose her. One. thing; cer certain,
tain, certain, the men who ; fight for their
i TT MAKE1 NO DIFFERENCE v
what Ready-Mixed 'Paint" you "buy. or
&$ what price; you pay for the "Lin "Linseed
seed "Linseed Oil it contains at paint price aid
have .to guess whether it is Pure or
Adulterated. When' you use
: -'- j- -y jJF t
the condition changes, since 2-4-1 is
all paint and is made to 'stand' the ad addition
dition addition of one gaUdh 'dr 'more of Pure
Linseed .Oilwhich YOU BUY YOUR
SELF, at oirprice-thereSult is two
gallons lure Lmseed' Oil Pairit-ariid
in addition, a saving to you of about
one dollar on the transaction. -HOW
DO YOU-LIKE THE IDEA T
MARION HARDWARE CO
, Ocala, Fla.
v Candler, Jan. "9. Miss Eunice
Loomis arid cousin, Mrs. Hamlin have
arrived from their New England
homes and are domiciled in Miss
Loomis'; winter home for the remaind remainder
er remainder of the season.
The Dr. Belcher place on Eden Gar Gar-den'fLake
den'fLake Gar-den'fLake ha's b&fr purchased bjr Mr.
Devaire. It is reported that this
property will' be put into cultivation
thiseksori; y ;;'' -- ;
rt.Mrr and Mrs. ;; Nettles' and three
children who are now occupying the
Caruther place ; will locate at Weirs Weirs-dale
dale Weirs-dale in the near'future.
15 Miss) Myra r Agnewv was ; prevented
this week- from returriirig from" a
week-end visit' to her home in Ocala,
and resuming school duties, on ac account
count account of illness. .
It is with pleasure that" the many
friends in the church : and-congrega-tiori
welcome the returnof Bev. Wil Wilbur"
bur" Wilbur" S. Whidden as pastor of eht
Methodist church rf or' the ;' ensuing
year.-;; v- j! .-i- ow-x ; ov; :o-' v
Mrs'Mollie: Burnhani Peach is
ifnovingTinto the west wing of the
apartment house this week.
Cotton Plant, Jan. 30. Real sum summer
mer summer again it" seems good to sit on
the, veranda' in "the moonlight once
more1, however,' this" is too much of a
change for this time of the1 year,
j The farmers are busy, everything
looks prosperous!." j ?
s ;A. W. Wot)dwardaridt C. A. Scan Scan-dett
dett Scan-dett are preparing :.' land to plant
about height Nacres of navy beans,
i D, M?;Barco ;Miss Carrie Mrs. f Ai
W.'- Woodward farid Clyde' Seckiriger
attended quarterly conference at' Ce Cedar'
dar' Cedar' Grove' church last : Friday.
' Miss Carrie Barco accompanied L,
C. Beiiv to Brooksyilie 1 Saturday and
spent Sunday ; with her sister, Mrs.
L." (CC Bell and children,' they reported
lots of work going bri on their routei
Hundreds of acres1 being cleared "up
ahd "fenced six and"' eight mule
teams "turning' the soil." That' sourids
like real fanning in Florida this year,
unless something'' unfbrseen 'inter 'interferes'
feres' 'interferes' with1 the crops, 1 Florida' will do
her 'bit' towards winning the war. ;
r Mr; Newcomb a Barco arid C. A.
Scandrett motored to Ocala Monday.
I The Red Crosl ladies in1 thisf com com-muriity
muriity com-muriity are busy sewing for' the' sol soldiers:
diers: soldiers: ;The 5 Martel-Cotton' Plant
Branch A R. Ci,1 has started off well.
Over sixty Jmembers and only about
two '.weeks old, in organization, and
the ladies busy with 'soniev sewing.' ;
"Mr. and Mrsl Wilsori arid family of
Montbrook have rented Dr. Veal's old
home and will farrii here' this year.
Mrs. H. S. Chambers,' ; Cotton
Plant's efficient" school ma'am,1 spent
the past week-end at home," motoring
back to resume school duties' Monday
We notice in your paper in the list
of registrants who' have failed to re return
turn return "questionnaires" the" name' of Al Alfred
fred Alfred S. Harroun, one of bur boys. We
wish to state that he enlisted last Oc October,
tober, October, arid has been at Madison Bar Barracks,
racks, Barracks, New York in the quartermas quartermaster's
ter's quartermaster's corps. He is now perhaps some somewhere
where somewhere "over there," as the last" we
heard from him was" a card saying not
write until we heard from' him"? as he
expected to be somewhere else.' That
has been about three weeks. We hope
his 'name and, "questionnaire" will be
straightened out. Above named "pa "papers
pers "papers were turned over to proper au authorities;
thorities; authorities; in your city by Mr. A. W.
Woodward, the young man's step-father."-.
Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have us fill your
prescriptions for accurate service.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
FOR STATE ATTORNEY
To the People of the Fifth Judicial I
Circuit of Florida: I hereby announce!
my candidacy rf or re-electiom to the
office of f tate" attorney Fifth-Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in the approach approaching
ing approaching .primary ,1, have tried to. merit
and will greatly appreciate your sup support.'
port.' support.' N George W. Scofield.
January 4, 1918: .; .
OCALA" FflAiERHAL OMtRS4
;. Tulula .Lodge ,No. 22, I., O. 0.;F
ineets" every Tuesday1 evening t in the
Odd FeHows'ihall on the third floor of
the Star office building, at 8 o'clock
promptly. A" warm" welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
:u '-; IL D. Stokes, N. G.
: M.'M.'Little, Secretary ;, : ; ;
MIRIAM REBEK AH 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', hall at 7:3a o'clock. : ?
' Clara Moremeri, N. G.
; Georgia Ten Eyck, Secretary. ;,
M ARIONpD UNN MASONKJ LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A:' M:; meets' on the first : and f third
Thursday ""evenings- of each month at
8 o'ejock, until further notice.;, i
t Stephen Jewett, W. M.
Juke Brown,' Secretary.
Woodmen of the world
. -'X-, :
Fort King Camp4 No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday.' Visiting
sovereigns are -ailways welcome".
y P. W. Whitesides, C. C.
Cha s. K. Sage, Clerk
OCALA ilobGE NO 286; B: P? O. E.
' Ocala Lodge No!-; 286, .- Benevolent
and Protective Order ot Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday 'even
ings in each month: Visiting breth
ren always welcome. Club house oppo
site postoffice. east side.
C' W.1 Hunter, E. R.
E. J Crook. Secretary. ...
KNIGHTS' Of PYTHIAS
? Ocala Lodge'.No. IS-. Conventions
held every Monday night at'. 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over her James
Carlisle drugstore. A" cordial welcome
ta visiting "brothers r,
H: B. Baxter, C. C.
CKas. K. Sage:'K. of ;R: S.
R. A. M. CHAPTER" NO. 13
t Regular cbnvbcaWris of 'the Ocala
Chapter No." 13; Rl A; M., on- the
first Friday in every month at 8 p.in.
I : t J.- A.'Bouvier, H. P.
i Jake Brown, Secretary.
ORDER OF' EASTERN STAR
1 Ocala Chapter, .No 29, O..E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second a$d
fourth Thursday evenings ,of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs.' Alice Ybnce,1 W. MT
r Mrs. Susan Cbolc, Secretary.
NOTICE OF SAtG OP
. f ...
SCHOOl DISTRICT BONDS
1 Notice is 'nereby- 'given.- that .- the
Board of Public Instruction for the
county of Marloni state of Plsrida, un until
til until two o'clock p. m. on the
j 5th Day of jllarch, 1918, ,-at
at ,-at the officer of the siiperintendent of
public' instruction of said 50un.tyi' will
receive bids for the'-purchase' of 'bonds
of Ocala Special Tax -School District
Nurotxr one, of .said county, In
the amount fs of : T?en,T -.Thousand
Dollars, said bonds t .being1.; ten in
number of the denomination i of
One Thousand Dollartr -each, maturing
twenty years from their -date, -bearing
Interest at the rate of five, (5) per
cent, per? annum, .payables aMnnally,
both principal and Interest payaible-in
Ocala, -Marlon county, Florida. O T
: Ka.cn bidder at' said sale shall .de .deposit
posit .deposit with' his -bid' a certified check
.payable tp' the order' o said board in
the sum of .three per cent, of the
amount ; of rliis bldi -as? a-, guaranty of
compliance1 with, the terms of such bid.
' The said board reserves ,the right to
reject any and all bids received.
Dated this January 23d, 1918. ;
The Board of .Public Instruction s)
of Marion County, Florida,
By J. H. Brlnsou, Sdcretary, ;
of said. Board and Superintendent of
Public Instruction for said County.
In the Circuit Court of .Marion County,
Florida In Chancery.
Simon C Sasser, Complainant, vs.
Susanna V. Hilton et al. Defend Defend-1
1 Defend-1 ants. -Order
for Constructive Service.
: It Is ordered ; that the defendants
herein named,-to-wit: (Mary E. Foggs,
"William Brown, Dula I Gregory. L.ula
F. Gregory, W. B. Goodwin, R. J.
Knight and "W. J. Hillman, co-partners
doing business under the firnsname
of Knight & Hillman, and each of them
be and they are hereby required to ap appear
pear appear to "the bill of complaint hereto heretofore
fore heretofore filed In t this cause, 'on or before
4th day of February, 1918.
It is-further ordered that this order
be published once a. week for eight
consecutive weeks In the Ocala Eve Evening
ning Evening Star, a newspaper published In
said countr and state.
Witness my hand and the seal 'oti
saia court inis xne oin aay oi iecera iecera-ber,
ber, iecera-ber, 1917. ,
(Seal) P. H. mFGENT,
CleTk Circuit Court. Marion County
HOCKER & MARTIN,
Complainant's Solicitors. 12--thur
BUY THRLFT STAMPS
Ocala : just now has a baker
Who never' was 'classed as a faker
Of his cakes and pies;
' I'm telling no lies .. .
When I saw he's a blue ribbon baker.
22 -6t ( Carter's Bakery.
Nunnally's Candies, always fresh,
at Ceng's Drug Store. tf
ire LoaseiiraEcii uay
s to the motorists of this
city and vicinity first-hand in-
" formation for all who are
interested in increasing the
wearing, power of their tires
and so reducing this item of
A well-known tire expert will
give personal attention to the
tire problems of all who come
to the demonstration. His
. interesting exhibits show all
kinds of tire wear -preventable
and unpreventable arid his
mission is to reduce to the mini-
mum the preventable1 kinds of
tire failure for motorists of this
This demonstration is jree.
It makes no difference what
kind of tires you iise ryou are
urged to come for yotir good.
Remember the date and re-1
member 'the place
i f. cowD-'ora
! ; .' '"
Ocala - Fla
' j .
For Cemeteries, Porches, Etc.
Also All Kinds of
CEipfT. and COKCRETE-WORK
702 Wycmiiiia St - Gcala; Florida.
: ,7 First Class
; J. J. Loyf Proprietor
I All; DEUCATE fflERIS, ETC.
; ( Receive Special Attention
: 12 Ei FtKinfl Ave. ': Ocala,- Fla.
, :-;; ..- . .,.',.
' 1 "' V" ;'
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every moaern convenience in each room. "Dining rocm service is
second to nohe.
RATEStVom $10 per day per person' to Z.
ROBERT M.MEYER, i. E. KAVANAUGH
- Proprietor. ' '- ' r "tnat-ier. J
OCA LA EVENING STAR. THURSDAY JANUARY 3L 1918
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 pn hand
a supply of Thrift Stamps and cards, War Savings
Stamps and Certificates We will be glad to fur furnish
nish furnish information about the Government War
Saving Plan. ?
The Munroe & Chambliss
Yon Have Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Catt Two-One-Five
Buy War Stamps Now v
Save Food By Using Our Ice Freely- It's Cheap-and
Food is High Prompt Service, Full Weight and Cour Courteous
teous Courteous Treatment go with our Iceland if you don't get
theni, phone us at once. ;
The End of a Perfect Row
This short poem about the trials
and joys of knitters writen by a "Wel "Wel-lesley
lesley "Wel-lesley College girl will appeal to all
who kniti It is pattered after "The
End of a Perfect Day" and is called
"The End of a Perfect Row."
When you .come to the end of a per perfect
fect perfect row, r '
And you sit alone with your wool,
And your bosom heaves with a
rhythm slow, '
For the joy that you've followed
Do you think what the end of a per per-.'
.' per-.' feet row .
When you've dropped each stitch,
since you've learned to purl
; And you lost three more at the
Well this., is the end of a perfect row,
And: the end of a sweater, too.
"Though it's for a man that is big and
::',.. strong, : .,'-v-:"; v
It will be pretty tight, 'tis true,
But toiling has strengthened this per-
n feet row,
A nice piece of the knitter's art,
And 'twill stand at the end, still
1 strdhe and firm.
When the whole thing comes apart.
8 ( IS
, 7 . ... ,
. lis noa universally acRnowledged necessity. No business man is
prefamJ to meet the daily affairs of his business if he is not pro-
tcvtt'iJ wit.li . '
We represent not only the best fire insurance companies, J,but;
also the highest class INDEMNITY AND BONDING concerns' in
the world. Talk is over with us. 1
A G E FJC Y
Bible Study Class
: The second meeting of the Ocala
Junior League was held 'this week' at
the home of I-its president, Theresa
Condrey. They are studying "Old
Testament Heroes." There are twelve
in the class and the next meeting
will be with Mary Louise Atkinson,
February 12, at 2:30 o'clock.
Woirian's Club Meeting
The regular meeting of the Wom Woman's
an's Woman's Club will be held Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at three o'clock. The execu executive
tive executive meeting will be held at 2 :30
o'clock. The president requests that
all members of the executive board
bepreserit to discuss -plans for the
state executive board that will v be
held in Ocala Feb. 20th and 21st.
Mrs. George L. Taylor,
2t Recording Secretary.
U. D. C. Notice U :
All members of Dickison Chapter
who are in arrears for past dues are
requested to pay them as soon aspos
sible. Mrst A. A. Winer,
the federal land bank
is now uiestigating florida ltfan 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 flojida. :
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 baye not 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 ih abstract and title work war warrant
rant warrant me. in saying 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. V
" r. s. rogers,
telephone nor 48
m. & c. bank buildingi
I $5 makes 20 soldiers happy
I It will buy twenty of these 25 cent
kitsroi tobacco and cigarettes
: Look at the: 'Smokes' it buys :
To These Who Love, Horses
All those who have a tender spot
in their hearts for horses should es especially
pecially especially remember; their poor friends
these days, as their sufferings are
'great' arid their burdens many in this
war. The Red Star Society. is to these
poor creatures what the Red Cross h
to mankind, and on "battlefields one
can see; these faithful animals who
done more than they had strength to
do, lying torn and bleeding with no
help whatever, while on other fields
they ue carefully bandaged or in
hopeless cases are put out of their
misery, this aid given by the Red
Star Society. j.
Mr. Stillman, the president of this
work, and Secretary Daniels have
sent out urgent appeals for funds to
carry on this, work. Any one in Ocala
desiring to help this cause,-no matter
in how small a way, is requested to
send their donations to Mrs. B. T.
Perdue, or phone her, No. 216, and!
she' will call1 for. them.''
It is hoped' there will; be at least
$25 sent from Ocala, and the amount
in the treasury at present will start
the fund. The ladies in charge also,
hope to 'send their; mite as soon as
possible, so promptness in this mat
ter will be appreciated. 31-3t
. i . -I
Friends of Mrs. Adams are sorry to
hear that she has been quite sick since
last. Saturday with grip. Mrs. J. D,
MacDonald is teaching the fifth
grade during Mrs. Adams' absence
Mrs. S. E. Leigh returned home
yesterday afternoon from a visit to
her mother,; Mrs. Johnston and fam
ily in Jacksonville, and to her brother,
Lieut. Harry Johnston at Camp Gor Gordon,
don, Gordon, Atlanta."
Rev. J. H. Teter, a .retired Meth
odist' minister and Mrs. Teter of
Coshocton Ohio,1 arrived in Ocala
last Saturday for a month's visit to
their daughter, Mrs. W. C Meade and
After a week's visit to Mr. Arnold,
Mrs. T. I. Arnold has returned to
Jacksonville. Mrs. Arnold's visits are
alwavs very "pleasant to her Ocala
North Carolina" in miserable condi condition.
tion. condition. At one point they stuck so
badly that they left their car and
made the remainder of the trip by
rail. Mr. Bullen expects to remain in
Ocala for. several weeks. The other
members of the party went to Wild Wild-wood
wood Wild-wood yesterday to see the Monarch
orange grove and tomorrow will take
the river trip to Palatka. They will
also make a short visit in St. Augus Augustine
tine Augustine before returning north.
Mayor Chace to Speak at the Wom
an's Club Meeting
Mayor J. E. Chace will address the
members of the Woman's, Club at
their meeting Saturday afternoon, on
Mrs. R. A. Burford, Mrs. G. T.
Maughs and Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe, the
chairmen :j of j the forestry, parks and
driveways and animal protection com
mittees, respectively, with the mem
bers of. their committees will be the
hostesses for the social half hour. 2t
Tuesday Auction Club
Mrs. Peter- Mackintosh is enter-
taining eight members of the Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday auetion club and eight guests at
her home this afternoon.
The club prize will be a hemstitch
ed guest towel and the guest prize a
corsage bouquet of violets.
Mrs. Mackintosh, assisted by her
mother, Mrs. J. C. Jackson, will serve
fruit salad, wafers and hot tea. The
club 'members playing are Misses
Nellie Gotlieb, Onie Chazal, Doro-
thv and Marie Hickman, Mary Mc
Dowell, Adele Bittinger and Hester
ana Marian uewey. ic guw oie
Mrs? W. A. Wilds, Mrs. C. B. Zewad Zewad-ski,
ski, Zewad-ski, Mrs. B. F. Condon; Mrs. L. II.
Ketchum, Mrs. J. D. MacDonald, Mrs.
C. B. Ayer, Mrs. Harry Walters and
Miss Alice Bullock. The players Will
be joined for refreshments by Mrs.
Allan Walkley. ;
f Valestine Party
The honor members of the Ocala
Junior League will enjoy a Valestine
party at the home of: Mrs. George
Rentz at 3:30 o clock .Friday aiter aiter-noon
noon aiter-noon Those on the honor roll num
ber .nineteen for January, and a
pleasant time is anticipated oy.. eacu
of them at : this February celebra celebration.
tion. celebration. .' .' :.' 1 ..'
. t m m m
Luncheon for Mrs. A. O. Bennett
Mrs. J. T. Lancaster entertained at
a very prettily appointed luncheon at
one o'clock Wednesday afternoon ia
nf her daughter. Mrs. A. O.
Bennett of Barnesville, Ga.
Mrs. Lancaster's guests included
six, special friends of Mrs. Bennett's.
The menu consisted of creamed corn,
soup,' roast, turkey, creamed potatoes,
preserved peaches, hot rolls, pickles,
olives, fruit frape, wafers and coffee.
Reception at EasUake Feb. 2nd
The Lake Weir Qub will hold its
annual reception in the club house at
Eastlake Saturday night, Feb. 2nd.
To Those Knitting Helmets
All ladies knitting Red Cross hel helmets
mets helmets are requested to crocnet around
the face opening. 9-tf
To Y. W. C. A. Pledgers
All those who made pledges 'to those
in charge for the Y, W. C. A. fund are
asked to please send money to the
treasurer, Mrs. Stephen Jewett before
February 1st. 24-3t ;
Sleeting of Library Board
, iThe regular meeting of the librar
board will be held in the library
Thursday afternoon at 3 o'clock. 2t 1
(Continued on Fourth Page)
SOUTH LAKE WEIR
v''3 smd Y n -V
f Tea Rooms
SERVICE A LA CARTE
m 8 A. M. to ,7:30 P. M. r
N. MainS W Opposite Postofilce
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Is the watchword at
By selling for CASH we elimi elimi-.
. elimi-. nate all bad debts which must
necessarily be paid .for by" those
who DO pay, hence can give you
the lowest prices on all kinds of
BEEF. PORK, MUTTON,
VEGETABLES AND j
BMONE 3: 0 8
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
South Lake Weir, Jan. 30. Mrs.
Milton Albertson who has been on
the sick list, is able to be out again.
Mrs. C. S. Gates, our postmaster,
who has been on the sick list for the
last three weeks is now able to sit
Dr. 'Wood and wife, Mrs. Sam
Brown iand wife and Mrs. Charlie
Brown of .Webster all camej up last
Sunday by auto to visit Mr. and Mrs.
Mr, A. G. Gates and wife of Ocala
were also callers at tne uates nomt
Sunday. v -
ilrs. C. S. Hall has just knit' a
sweater for the Red Cross Sociey of
Ocala.' : '
Mr. Charles Piatt was a shopper in
Ocala' last Saturday.
There are a great many fishing
parties out on. the lake every day as
the fish are biting fine now.
The .auditor of the S. A. L. rail
way, Mr. is. a. jucitea, was nere
Wednesday and checked up the rail
way office and found it all O. K.
Mrs. M. P. Willard has been suf
fering with a severe cold for the past
week. ;- i ..: -;
The orange crop for the year 1917 1917-1918
1918 1917-1918 has been snipped and now we
" i m i
are Degmnmg,to iook iorwara xo
watermelon time as that is the wxt
Our toilet articles are the best to be
had at any price. Try them and "buy
war savings stamps" with the sav savings.
ings. savings. The Court Pharmacy. tf t
It pays to advertise in the Star.
I, .ii mi
When you want accurate and
prompt prescription service, send your
prescriptions to Gerig's Drug Store, tf
Put an i Ad inJ.th'e
Word was received in Ocala yester
day from Mrs. T. H. Harris in Miami,
stating that her mother, Mrs. J. 21.
Gross, ; who has neuralgia of the
heart," is in a veryiserious condition,
and that, the doctors give them no
hope whatever. JMrs. Gross is dearly
loved by; hundreds in this city who
deeply regret to hear i of her con continued
tinued continued illness, and hope that as she
recovered from a similar illness two
summers aeo, she will from this one.
Help to Win ttie War
! L Let me paint your roof for
you. Bearj in mind, tin roofs -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, 1
.will give a discount of 5, on
condition that said 5 be in-,
vested in War Savings Stamps.
,210 Osceola SW Ocala, FUu ;
Mr. George V? Bullen of ; Great
Neck,; N. Y., and- Messrs. Claude
Matthews, Eugene Gasperini and P.
Polegrene of Flushing, N.v Y arriv arrived
ed arrived in Ocala Monday and are pleas-
anflv "infufp at the. homs of MrS. B.
T. Perdue. The party left New York
in a car, but found f the roads in
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Own Your Own Home
' 'A House and Two Lota
'v. ;., ..-?;..:$850-' -f :
' A'House and 3 Acres
y-y: $2,000 :
A House and 2 Lots
r $100 ---- y'
Can be Bought With Monthly Pay
Room 5, Holder Block,
In use f or over 40 years! j
) Thousands of voluntary
i letters from women, tell-,
.jlng .'of the good Cardul
rfeas done theta. This is
the best proof of the value
cf CarduL It proves that
Cards! is a good ciedidae
for wosnea. '.
There est no harmful or
cfeabit.formh:2, drugs ia
f CarduL It is composed
only cf mild, medicinal
ingredients, with no tad
BUY WAH S4VIIIGS STAMPS
is no more pleasing to the
nostrils than the flavor of
the sun-smacked California
oranges which make
i Si I f
at once the mose palatable
and the most wholesome
of fruit drinks.
Risk a nickle on our
5c the Bottle
BUY 7Afl SAV1IIGS STALIPS
We Announce ;-
The Best Equipped
liiraiiiui Likk --w. ua JmU
la Cectrsl Florida
Our Equipment is t Your Scrvlea
and for Yoar Conrraience. If yea will
Help Us We will Make it the Best. 1
the State. We Expect to -Make tha
! Service Prompt, the Price HeasonaBla,
and "Everybody Happy. If We Beat,
Tell Us and We'll "Come Across.1
U 1 tU
Dealers ia BEAVER B0AUD
y- ,j .I,
Ycu can rely ca CardaL
Surely it will do for yea
what it lias dons for so
5 many thousands cf ether
' women! It should help.
t I was takea sick,
seemed to be .
writes A!is.l,l2ry fLVesle,
cf Madison Heights, Va.
"I got down so weak,
could hardly walk. .
. just staggered around.
1 read cf Cardai,
and after taking one bot-
J tie, or before taking quite
all, I felt much better. X
took 3 or 4 bottles at
that time, and was able to
do my work. I take it in
the spring when run rundown.
down. rundown. I had no appetite,
and I commenced eating.
It is the best tonic I ever
ezw." Try CarduL
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.
This rate is for consecutive
insertions. Special rate by
the month. Try them oat.
"mmaL Minn HB
Star adi. are business nccehrstcrs.
UCALA EVEJVLNG STAB, THURSDAY, JANUARY 31. 1918
Mr. J. C. Jackson returned home
last night from a month's stay in
Georgia, South Carolina and North
The semi-monthly issue of tht
Ocaleean Ensign, Ocala's bright high
school paper, is out today, and full
of good reading.
A letter to a friend here brings
the good news that Able Seaman El Ellis
lis Ellis Brigance, whose ship has been on
a long cruise, is agara in a home port.
. . -,
Prescriptions 'filled at Gerig's Drug
Store by registered pharmacists. One
is on duty at all times. tf
Mr. David Montieth, & farmer of
Montieth, Mich., and Mr. Thomas
Shepard, a banker of Martin, same
state, are guests of Judge Warner;
Mr. George Greene, one of the ex experienced
perienced experienced pharmacists of Gerig's
drugstore, is back on the job after
enjoying a vaaction at home with the
A. full assortment of the famous
PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
the small fall garden- Ocala Seed
Stare. ..r.,, . tf
.' The girls' basket ball team of the
Ocala high school leave tomorrow for
Sanford and Orlando to play the girls'
teams in those places. The best wishes
of Ocala go with them.
An old Italian organ grinder with
a monkey was in town yesterday,
harrowing the ears of older folks but
adding to the amusement of the chil children.
dren. children. Unluckily for him, there is an
ordinance requiring that people in hi&
line of business pay a license of $5.
Business was notTrery good with the
old man, so when Officer Pelot round rounded
ed rounded him up, he didn't have the money
and had to go to jail. Mayor ChaciB,
"however, was informed of the cir circumstances,
cumstances, circumstances, and thought that locking
the man up for such an offense came
.tinder the head of "cruel and unusual
punishment," and directed that he be
released. This was done and the old
man and his monkey left town. Seems
to the Star that the next time such
an outfit comes along, the police
should inform it of the ordinance and
if it can't pay the license tell it to
move on It is not to the credit of a
town to put a man in jail for such a
When you want accurate and
prompt prescription service, send your
prescriptions to Gerig's Drug Store, tf
x ...... --
The city plant is now mostly using
, the big steam engine, which is doing
is g6od work. Owing tor' the contract
with the Martel Xumber Company,
the plant is assured of a good supply
, of fuel for the present. In case this
supply is cut off, there are several
places near town where wood can bo
obtained. For instance, Mrs. Manly,
.three or four miles south of town,
has plenty of wood which she is will willing
ing willing to sell. There are other places in
a few miles of town where wood can
' be had. It is true that the city may
have to cut and haul some of it, but
it has never had any difficulty about
obtaining men for its street work, so
it eari likely hire them for this othei
purpose. It is a mighty good $ime now
for a cast-iron observance of the
vagrancy law. In spite of plenty of
work at good wages, there are a nums
, ,'ber of loafers around the city somt,
of them white. The police should see
that they are doing something. Fill Filling
ing Filling holes in the streets or cutting
wdod would be for their benefit as
well as that of the public.
x Shady, Jan. 31, Mrs. George Sel Sellers
lers Sellers p.nd children of Edwards' farm,
expect to leave Friday for Gaines Gainesville
ville Gainesville to visit Mrs. Seller's parents.
Mrs- A. C. Dease has returned aft after
er after a three or four 'months visit to her
daughter at Winter Haven. ,v
Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Johnson of
Belleview visited Mr. and Mrs. Gas Gas-kin
kin Gas-kin Sunday.
Mrs. William Hogah and daughters
of Ocala spent' two or three days
with Mrs. Otis G'askin this week.
Mrs. Sherman Holland is expecting
her sisters, MrsAFrank Hanna of
Fortville, Ind., and Mrs. Charles,
Sims of Jacksonville, to spend a few
days with her. .
Mr. John Gaskin has treated him himself
self himself to a new buggy. The" automobile
looked good to Johnnie but after
counting ll the cost he decided the
buggy was the better of the two for
, There's a little pile of lumber over
in the woods and as soon as it can be
made into a suitable car-house one of
our neighbors counts on buying a
Ford and riding to his heart's con content.
tent. content. . ,;r l
Mr. "H. W. Douglas accompanied J.
M. Douglas to) Weirsdale Monday f6r
a visit to his children there and!
Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Barnes Forded
to Eastlake Wednesday evening. Mr.
Barnes knows where to go to get the
veribest oranges. :,
Nejct Sunday is the regular preach preaching
ing preaching day at the Baptist church, 2:30
p. m.,. being the hour. AH' come who
can and if you can't come then send
Haven't anything to say against the
weather just now; it is everything
that can be desired.
( Continued from Third Page)
Anna Case in Jacksonville Feb. 4th
The Ocala Woman's Club has re received
ceived received a notice from the Ladies' Fri Friday
day Friday Musicale of Jacksonville that the
beautiful and talented Anna Case, the
Metropolitan opera star, will sing in
Jacksonville under their auspices on
next Monday; Feb. 4th.
The entertainment will be held in
the Duval theater, and the club will
donate its share of the receipts to the
Red Cross. The prices'of tickets will
be 50 cents, $1 and ?2.
At the Temple Today
Film patrons will be captivated by
the acting of the child actress, Mary
McAllister in today's Essanay-Pec-fection
picture, "Young Mother Hub Hubbard."
bard." Hubbard." Little Mary takes the role of
a little mother to her thre orphaned
brothers and sisters. The picture has
only been released a short time, but
the yexhibitors claim it to be the big biggest
gest biggest hit the six-year-old star has
made so far. The role is such a lov lovable,
able, lovable, and at the same time pathetic
one, and the child acts her part so
naturally .that the average person
forgets he is watching a moving pic picture
ture picture and lives with little Mary, shar sharing
ing sharing her troubles and joys.
The little group of four children
carry most of "the action of the entire
picture. In most of the scenes not an
adult is present. In all, nine chil children
dren children are used in the picture, all ap appearing
pearing appearing at one time in a laughable
There are many pathetic scenes in
the picture, so cleverly done that they
bring tears. But the comedy is so well
timed -that it comes just when thfc
crying has gone far enough for the
good of the spectator.
Whether you' have children or not,
you are bound to like "Young Mother
Hubbard." Even if you are one of
those rare persons who actually dis dislike
like dislike children, the picture holds anap anap-peal
peal anap-peal for you.
Mrs. George Williams left Wednes Wednesday
day Wednesday for Macon to visit her husband at
.:' : .: A;;C ;''
Mr. Ralph, Hilands, who has been in
Tampa for two days, passed through
Ocala Wednesday afternoon en route
to his home.
' Master Louis Dosh is a little better
today, but his little sister Virginia,
we regret to say, was also taken quite
ill this morning. The friends of -these
two pretty children hope they will
soon regain their wonted health.
Mrs. H. C. Lane left yesterday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon for a visit to her Tallahassee
relatives, and from there will return
to her home in Wilmington; N. C.
Mrs. Lane, who is an aknual visitor
in Ocala" has .been the guest of her
son, Dr. W. K. Lane and Mrs. Lane
for the past five months. v
Little Miss Ruby Anna Condon is
the very proud' owner of a pair of
beautiful Shetland ponies and a trap.
Ruby Anna and her many little
friends have made a pretty sight driv driving
ing driving around the streets ever since the
ponies came. Mr. B. F. Condon made
his purchase, which arrived Monday,
at Fruitland Park last week.
Mr. and Mrs. Jack Camp and Jack
Camp Jr. leave today for Jackson Jacksonville.
ville. Jacksonville. Mr. Camp will go on to Vir Virginia
ginia Virginia for a few days' visit, and Mrs.
Camp and Jacks will await his. return
Have you tried that Jonteel Cola
Cream yet ? It is a wonder, and sold
in Ocala only at Gerig's 'Drug Store, tf
Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have us fill your
The Court Pharmacy.
DAVIS' CARRIAGE PAINTS
are colors ground in tough, elastic
Coach Varnish and one coat will make
your faded automobile or carriage
look like new. They are easy to ap apply
ply apply and dry with a strong, high gloss gloss-clinching
clinching gloss-clinching Enamel finish. Made for
wear and tea. 2-8
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO.,
Get My Bulletin
J. H. BRINSON --Ocala
-Built for Service"
tl. O. HIDDLE. Dealer
Florida House, Ocala. Fla.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
DR. D. M. RONEY
I especially offer my services to the
people of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail orders.
202-204 Hogan St., Park Hotel Bide Bide-JACKSONVILLE.
JACKSONVILLE. Bide-JACKSONVILLE. FLORIDA
WANTED To rent a farm of 40 to
60 acres, with residence and out outbuildings.
buildings. outbuildings. Must btf' quick deal so that
can go to work at once. State dis distance
tance distance from Ocala, and rate of rent.
Address "Business," care the Ocala
Star. : 31-3t
WANTED Every loyal American to
buy war savings stamps and all Ocal-
ans to remember that Ciavton's
Pressing Club has been moved to Ok-
lawaha avenue, next to Blalocks vul
canizing establishment. The phone
number is 13. 31-6t "f
FOR SALE CHEAP If sold at once.
small cottage; modern improvements,
in good location. For information ap
ply to M. E., Ocala, Fla. 30-6t
FOR SALE One-ton worm-drive
truck, used less than three months:
closing up the business. If interested,
see J? T. Wilson, Reddick, Fla. 29-9t
FOJt SALE Sixty acres of the best
hammock land in the county; 34
miles from Ocala on Orange avenue
hard road; good year 'round pond on
tract Will sell at $40 per acre on
quick trade. Apply to "OwnerA care
Ocala Star. 30-6t
FOR SALE New one-hcrse Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker wagon; light buggy with iron
wheels and rubber tires, newly paint painted
ed painted and overhauled. Address C M.
Livingston, Box 453, Ocala, Fla. 30-6t
FOR SALE New typewriter, at $3
per month. Room 5, Holder Block,
Ocala, Fla! 12-tf
FOR SALE Nice lot 70 x llS in sec second
ond second ward. Also wish to rent or pur purchase
chase purchase 80-acre farm near Ocala. W.
W. Condon. ; 1-8-tf
FOR SALE Good Singer sewin?
machine. Will 'sell for cash- or ex
change for laundry work. Apply ta
517 Oklawaha Ave., or phone 470. 3
WANTED To rent' or share crop.4 I
would like to communicate at once
with party who wishes to rent or
share crop a good farm this spring;
best of reference given ; state loca location
tion location and improvements. B. H. Gar Gar-rick,
rick, Gar-rick, Inglesive Ave., St. Petersburg,
Fla. i 28-3t
FOR SALE 1917 Fori touring- car
in good mechanical condition; shock
absorbers and step brace; $325. R. O.
Riddle, Florida House, Ocala. 23-tf
FOR SALE-(Or exchange for hogs,
cattle or feed), one good all around
horse, and one 8-year-old service jack
in first class condition. E. W. Creider,
Route A, Ocala, Fla. 26-6t
COTTAGE FOR RENT Corner of
Watula.and South Third street. Ap Apply
ply Apply to C. Rheinauer. 12-tf
FOR SALE Fine Residence at a
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-lm
WANTED Old False Teeth Dont
Matter if Broken. I 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
RAGS WANTED The larger the
better. Must be well laundered. No
sewing room scraps. Star office. 3t
BARGAIN 1916 Dodge
new tires and new top;
overhauled and in first
throughout. This car is a
gain and will be sold
genuine bar bar-cheap.
cheap. bar-cheap. See
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. 23-6t r
SHETLAND PONIES For sale. I
have a pair of Shetland ponies, har
ness and attractive trap, just the
thing for mother and the children to
enjoy. The price is. attractive. B. F.
Condon, Merchant's Block. 28-3t
FOR SALE 14 Buick roadster, four
new tires. Cost $1450. Price $350. Ap
ply to Theus Brothers' Furniture
Store, Ocala, Fla. thu-fri-sat
FOR S ALE-r-Sea Island--and Florr
adora cotton seed. Want velvet beans
and peanuts. Anthony Farms, Ari-
thny, Fla. mon-thur-tf
. : -:; be here on -:
) THURSDAY, JANURY 31ST, and
FRIDAY -nd SMlMOAY, FEB. .2 -a 3.
; W f ull length sam-
pies. You are invited to call and efi
, look oyer the line wh ther you
place your orders or not. V
Have Your Clothes Made to Order, arid Have
Your Measure Taken by an Expert Direct from
the Riverside Tailoring Company of Cincinnati.
EUROPE NEEDS FOOD
Food Administration Declares It lc an
Absolute Sin to Waste Food Food
Has Become Sacred.
.. t f
Europe is still sending an Insistent
.call for more food. We must send It
If the war is to go on efficiently. If
'we eat it all we cannot ship it, and
the food administration has already
tried to' picture how much that wheat
Is needed by people who will starve if
they do not get it, the food admlnistraJ'
lion states. t A
"For the least bit of heedlessness
:n your part n food conservation some
'one somewheVe in the world must suf suf-jf
jf suf-jf er ; privation,"'' an official statement
declares. The food administration
jhas mastered the problem of. Ameri Ameri-ica's
ica's Ameri-ica's food in such a way that every
jounce of food conserved and kept In
ithe currents of trade goes to an empty
'stomach in Europe.
! "It is an absolute sln to waste food.
!Food has become sacred.
"Food means life f it means some somebody's
body's somebody's life, and you cannot escape re responsibility.
sponsibility. responsibility. ?
' "There is no waste of food among
the allied nations."
WAR BREAD COStLY TO
Every yearthe British government
pays $200,000,000 toward the cost of
that nation's war bread. That is the
principal reason why English bread
prices are lower today to the consumer
than in America. Incidentally the
British bread Is much poorer than the
American. r 5
.Great Britain has taken over all
home grown grain, bought at an arbi arbitrary
trary arbitrary Price, and all imported wheat
bought in markets of the world at pre prevailing
vailing prevailing prices. ?Th!s is turned over to
the mills by the government at a price
that allows the adulterated war- bread
loaf of four pounds to sell at 18 cents.
The two pound loaf costs 9 cents, and
the one pound loaf sells for 5 cents
' In milling, however, 14 per cent,
more flour Is extracted from the wheat
than In America. And there is a com compulsory
pulsory compulsory adulteration of 20 per cent,
and an allowable adulteration of CO
Compared with American bread, thV
British product Is only about 65 per1
cent pure at its best v
In France, under conditions some somewhat
what somewhat similar, but with a larger extrac extraction,
tion, extraction, the four pound loaf sells for. 10:
cents. "V -
The best line of stationery we hare
ever shown at Gerigs Drus: Store, tf
Your Credit is Good Here if It's
"WHY PAY MORE?';
sir: it .iro
SAINT LEO, PAS CO- C O U f J T Y FLOHIPA
IDEAL BDAODHIG SCHOOL FOR YOUIIG. GEHTLEMHI
Courses in Classics, Science and Commerce, Also
Primary Department. Send for Catalogue. A
' Rev. F, Benedict, Director.
OPENS FOB THE FALL TERM, WEDNESDAY, SEPf. 12, 1917.
I UsedGsir B
We Have The FollovvinUsed -Cars
: J P l on Hand;
One Maxwell; Touring Car, late 1917 model,
; run les3 than 3000 miles, price...... ;$459.C0
t One 1915 Modelt Maxwell touring car! price .175.00
One Reo Roadster; price.. ..1-7. $100.00
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