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OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1, 1918.
VOL. 25, NO. 29
Victorious Over Austrians on Asiago
Plateau and Drove Them Back
in the Telago Valley
' (Associated Press)
Rome, Feb. 1. The Austrians at attacked
tacked attacked on the Asiago plateau yester yesterday
day yesterday in an attempt to drive the Ital Italians
ians Italians f rorn their newly won position
in Monte di val Bella, the war .office
announced. The enemy, however, were
unable to reach the' Italian line.'..'
The Italians by a sudden attack at
dawn yesterday advanced theiV lines
far to the head of the Telago valley
in this sector.
POLES ON. THE WAR PATH
London, Feb. 1. News has reached
Kiev from Minsk that the,' Polish leg legion
ion legion has declared war against the
Eolsheyiki, a Reuter dispatch from
SEIZING RUMANIAN SHIPS
London, Feb. 1. Owing to the
break between the Bolsheviki govern government
ment government and Rumania, the revolutionary
committee of the Black Sea fleet has
resolved to confiscate the -'means of
transport belonging to Rumania, ac according
cording according to an Exchange vTelegraph
dispatch from Petrograd. About 40
steamships and several warships
have been 'seized in Black Sea harbors.-
: : -
A QUIET DAY IN FINLAND
London, Feb. 1. The situation
Finland is more reassuring, accord according
ing according t6 the latest reports at, Stock Stockholm,
holm, Stockholm, to the Finnish delegation.
POOR PISTOL PRACTICE
London, Fdb. l.--Another unsuc unsuccessful
cessful unsuccessful attempt on the life of Pre Premier
mier Premier Lenine was made last night, ac according
cording according to the Petrograd correspond correspondent
ent correspondent of the Daily News A young man
in student's uniform entered' the
Smolny Institute and fired one shot
from a revolver without hitting the
premier. Red Guards, who were sta stationed
tioned stationed outside the premier's room, are
under arrest," charged with neglect of
' SPANIARDS ARE SORE
Madrid, Thursday, Jan. 31. The
cabinet met today under the presi presidency
dency presidency of King Alfonso and decided o
send a strong protest to Germany for
sinking the steamship Giralda. The
note will be telegraphed to the Span Spanish
ish Spanish ambassador in Berlin.
; ON SUBSTITUTES
Amsterdam (Correspondence of
the Associated Press). The almost
complete lack of nourishment in many
rof the food "substitutes" now being
sold in Germany is arousing a storm
of warning froni German scientists,
who declare that government super supervision
vision supervision of the whole substitute food
traffic is an immediate necessity. Pro Professor
fessor Professor Juckenack of the University of
Berlm, writing in the Vossische Zei Zei-tung,
tung, Zei-tung, says:
"It is useless any longer to hide the
truth. Unless the government active actively
ly actively intervenes to put some control
over the flood of substitute foods with
.which we are overwhelmed, the end
of the war will also see the end of a
third pf Germany's population. More Moreover,
over, Moreover, the remaining two-thirds wilF be
so enfeebled from malnutrition that
they will be unable to perform thre f the, several plants, or as, as.
immense tasks of recuperation and
restoration. : : ::
"The devil alone knows what are
the -ingredients of thousands of -these
wretched substitutes that already do
duty for butter and eggs, oil and
milk, flour and spirits, meat; and
broth, coffee and sugar, tobacco and
tea, fish and sausage, cheese and cav caviar,
iar, caviar, end so on without end.
"The latest products of the, ingen ingenious
ious ingenious -substitute-mongers are really
too terrible to.be tolerated. A prep preparation
aration preparation of crude kerosene is now be being
ing being largely sold as frying oil, and
800 cases of serious illness together
with nine deaths have been traced to
its use in Berlin alone. A prepara preparation
tion preparation called "goose drippings" is pre prepared
pared prepared from dog's fat J "egg substitute
from a mixture of chalk and baking
powder; caviar from fish scales, and
bread from straw. What people, no
matter how patriotic, can hold out on
The Stewards of the Methodist
church will meet tonight, Friday,
February 1, at the Parsonage. Let
every steward attend, be present
with a full report.
Our toilet articles are the hest to be
had at any price. Try them and "buy
war savings stamps" with the sav
ings. The Court Pharmacy.
Dispatches Indicate that Disturb Disturbances
ances Disturbances in Germany are Being
London, Feb. 1, Latest telegrams
from Berlin report the situation un unchanged,
changed, unchanged, according to an Exchange
Telegraph dispatch, which says the
strike has not been extended. The
Berliner Tageblatt reports that troops
seized the trade union building ,in
Berlin and arrested Deputy Korsten
and other leaders.
STRIKERS LACK SYSTEM
. ' ,.
- Amsterdam, Feb. 1. Strikers and
police officers clashed in the north,
western part of Berlin Thursday, one
policeman was killed and .- a dozen
strikers were injured.' Minor dis disturbances
turbances disturbances in other, sections and the
suburbs of Berlin are reported- The
German press generally agrees that
the outbreak has reached its climax
in Berlin and is now receding:. The
demonstrations are said to show the
lack of central control.'
Bakers, Hotel v Keepers, Etc.
Should Study and Observe
(Special to the Star)
Orlando, Feb. 1 Please give prom prominent
inent prominent publicity, to the new rules ef effective
fective effective February 3d: V
"All unlicensed bakers usfng :. three
barrels or more per mdnthmust se secure
cure secure licenses, immediately. Applica;
tions to licensing division, Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, must be in the mails by Feb. 4th.
The same rule applies to 'all hotels,
restaurants, boarding houses and pub
lie s eating places using three barrels
offlour perjdoonth, jznd all clubs
breaking bread and rollsi -Bakers
must use five per cent ? substitutes
Until 20 per cent is in use, by Feb.
24th. Bakers of crackers, biscuits,
cakes, pies, pastry and -sweet yeast
dough goods are limited to 70 pes
cent 'of the wheat flour used for the
corresponding period of last year. ,f
"TheAiame 'Victory', may be applied
only to bread containing 20 per cent
or more of sub stitutes. All products
containing 20 per cent substitutes may
be sold on vwheatless days in publit
"Importers and distributors of
green coffee must also procure li-
UNCLE SAM WANTS
Washington, Feb. 1;-The United
States government is in need of sev several
eral several hundred, expert cost accountants
to fill vacancies in the, accounts sec-;
tion of the finance department of the
equipment division of the v Signal
Corps, War Department, and in other
branches, 1 for duty in Washington, or
in the field, according 1p an announce announcement
ment announcement just issued, by the United
States Civil Service Commission. The
salaries' offered range from $2,400 to
$6,000 a year. Men, only are desired.
The duties of appointees to the
Signal Corps will consist of the de determination
termination determination of production costs ot
airplanes .and airplane motors, either
as supervisors in charge at one or
sistants: or appointees may oe as
signed to duty in Washington.
Applicants will not be assembled
for a written examination, but will be
rated upon the subjects of education
and experience, as hown by their ap applications
plications applications an4 corroborative evidence.
The Commission states that on ac account
count account of the urgent needs of the ser service
vice service applications for these positions
will be rfeeived until further notice
and that papers will be rated prompt promptly
ly promptly and certificates made as the needs
of the service require." C
Complete information and applica application
tion application blanks may be obtained by com communicating
municating communicating with the secretary' of the
local board of civil service" examiners
at the post office in any of the larger
cities or with the United States Civil
Service Commission, Washington.
TO THE PUBLIC
Buy war savings stamps this month
from, the postoflice at $4.12 for five
dollars worthy drawing interest at 4
per cent peV annum, compounded
quarterly. : Should you want to use
your money before the expiration of
five jears, the postoffice willpay you
back your money, atany time. Teach
your children, lessees of economy by
buying thrift' stamps at 25c. each.
Come .to. the postoffice for further in instructions.
structions. instructions. " ;
. R. P. Rogers, Postmaster
1 11 " :' v i i ;
It pays to advertise in the Star.
ARE WATCHIflG THEIR
- FORMER ALLY
Powerful Fleet of Entente War Ships
at Russia's Pacific
(Associated Press) V
London, Feb. 1 Five more En Entente
tente Entente warships have arrived at Vlad Vladivostok,
ivostok, Vladivostok, according to special dis dispatches
patches dispatches from Petrograd. It is arfded
that China acting on allied advices
has forbidden the exportation of food
stuffs' to Russia. .;.
It is reported in Moscow that the
Turks have, proposed a separate peace
to the trans-Caucasian council of
workmen's and soldiers' delegates.
. LIST OF REGISTRANTS
Ordered to report for physical ex examination
amination examination February 7, 1918:
Wade H. Ward, Ocala, 416 E. 3, Sv.
Earnest Roberts," Lynn, ;
Thomas A. Pullins, Ocala.
Spencer Thomas, Fairfield. v
Mitchell David Harrison, Ocalif.
Albertus' Howell, Martin.
James Shelton, Ocala.
Lee Johnson, Belleview.
Dave Monroe, Summerfield.
Jose Porozo Giles, Ocala, 316 Osce
Alfred Gant, Zuber. ;
Oliver Frazier, Irvine.
Samuel Behn, Flemington. i
, Fred E. Wellhoner, Connor.
Frank Wright, Kendrick.
Arthur Vreen, Ocala.
Joseph A. Yongue, Ocklawaha.
Archie Osteen, Micanopy, R. F. D 1
Nathan Ellis, Ocala, S. Magnolia.
. Alphonso Myers, Ocala, 437 Fort
George P. Mabury, Syracuse, N Y.,
509 E. Wash. y i
Robert Lee Cameron, Reddick.
' Jamie Favor, Candler.
Walter Henry, Morriston.
John L. Whitfield, Ocala.
r James Rice, Ocala. ,'-:".
Earl ti. Drawdy, Higley. '
William N. Camp, Ocala,'
Henry Clarence Boyles, Sparr. s
Calvin Dickerson, Santos.
Bide Melvin, Electra. ;
Frank Menshan, Martel.
Sapi C Washington, Dunnellon.
Joel T. Hall, Jr., Williston."
BryanC Taylor Forbes," Anthony.
Fletcher Cade, Micanopy, Rt. 2.!
Fred Hill Dreher, Micanopy.
Attaway King, Citra. v
Frank Russell, Weirsdale.
Paul M. Boulware,. Jacksonville,
800 W. Monroe.
John Hh Bellah, Dunnellon.
James Lewis, Kendrick.
Jeff Taylor, Reddick.
James Watkins, Ocala, 412 S. Mag.
Joe Darisaw; Fort McCoy.
, Samuel Stokes, Mclntoshf.
Charles A. Owen, Ocala, R. F. D., A,
Robert K. Redding,. Belleview.
George B. Smith, Martel.
Twining J., Seamon, Livermore
Falls, Me.- .;. -:'YJ:
Local Board for Marion County, by
L. R. Trammell, Clerk.
' When you want accurate and
prompt prescription service, send your
prescriptions to Gerig's Drug Store, tf
- ,k!p -win
CZERHIN SAYS HE
Private Assurances Sent by the
Austrian Statesman to
, the President
(Associated Press) V
Lonon, Feb. 1. It is positively
known, according to ja. Berne dispatch
to the Daily Mail, that Count Czernin
sent numerous messages through pri private
vate private intermediaries" to President Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, assuring him of the sincerity of
OPENING BRITISH HOMES
? TO -AMERICANS
Liverpool, Feb. 1. The Liverpool
Rotary Club has started a scheme for
the opening up of British homes to
American soldiers fighting in France,
when they get a respite from the
trenches. Several homes have already
announced their willingness to accept
one or tw men and it is proposed to
send particulars of the scheme to all
British and Irish clubs, inviting their
V ARE SCANTY
Stockholm, Feb. 1. The food situa-?
tion in Sweden is rapidly growing
worse. Pork cards will be introduced
and the extra bread cars, which for formerly
merly formerly were provided for foreign dip diplomats
lomats diplomats have been withdrawn, Except
one for each head of a mission.
The export of foodstuff has almost
entirely stopped,, with the exception
of meat?, owing to the necessity of
slaughtering stock .because of the
lack of fodder. Even meats show a
large increase. In November last 21.2
tons of pork were exported against
1,517 tons in November 1916, and 151
tons of .all-other meat against 9.72.
The "statistics of Swedish imports
for, the first element months of the
past year, which are now available,
demonstrate upon what short rations
the kingdom has been put. The total
imports of all cereals and flour were
143,610. tons, against 331,187 for the
first eleven months of 1916. Coffee imports-were
8194 tons against 37,413,
"tea 93 tons against 480, all kinds of
animal fodder, chiefly oilcakes, 33,602
tons against 7,272 and hard coal 11, 11,-300,000
300,000 11,-300,000 tons against 34,500,000 tons
in the first months of 1916.
RED CROSS BENEFIT
On Monday evening, February 4th,
Major Robert Mann. Woods of Chica:
go, will deliver his famous lecture,
"Devastated Belgium" : which will -be
illustrated by one hundred colored
screen ; views. -:
Major Woods has been spending
some time in Fruitland Park, and has
kindly consented to deliver his lecture
free of charge to the local Red Cross
chapter, and we ask that a crowded
house greet him," we having fixed' the
low price of 25 cents admission.
, There will be some other' features
to the program, which will be an announced
nounced announced later. .Red Cross Committee.
Strong Force of the Naval Reserve
Ready to Back up theBoys
Now at Sea
. Annapolis, Feb. 1. United States
naval reserve forces, now embracing
ty,uou men and 700 omcers, is larger
1 than was the regular navy when war
1 was declared and three times as large
as the navy during the Spanish Spanish-American
American Spanish-American war, Secretary Daniels de declared
clared declared today, addressing the special
graduation clas of 300 reserve offic officers
ers officers at the Naval Academy.
SOCIETY GAMBLERS WILL
i BE PUT ON THE STAND
New York, Feb. 1 The luxurious
gambling establishments known to be
frequented by wealthy women, 1 stat stated
ed stated in the fashionable residential 'sec 'sections
tions 'sections will' be investigated through
taking testimony in open court ses sessions,
sions, sessions, the district attorney's office
THEY ARE NOT USED TO THEM
J (Associated Press)
Paris, Feb. l.--One of the French
trench newspapers has been asking
soldiers returning from leave what
astonished! them most in Paris. Here
are -a few typical replies:
To se people sitting downto their
meals: v, (
To see unoccupied cellars.
To find there are women who are
To find people who want to go to
the country. ''
' To see funerals.
To be asked; to sit down when get getting
ting getting one's hair cut.
To hear civilians complaining about
OF THE ITALIANS
Washington, Feb. 1. ''You Italian
pigs, here we are! We have outraged
your women; We have attacked your
This;terriblenessage was shouted
by Austrian, and German soldiers to
Italians confronting them in the Chie Chie-sa
sa Chie-sa Nuova sector, Jan. 19. It was fol followed
lowed followed by unspeakably filthy abuse.
Near Zenzon the" enemy put Italian
women and children in the first line
in order to shield the Teutons from
the fire of the Italian soldiers, who
were compelled to sacrifice the inno innocent
cent innocent in order to repel the attack.
Luigi Barzini, war correspondent
of the Corriere della Sera of Milan,
testified that Italian soldiers on the
Piava river front often during: the
night heard the desperate screams of
women on the opposite bank occu occupied
pied occupied by the Teutons.
Numerous proofs of pillage are be being
ing being found on the bodies of the Aus Austrian
trian Austrian soldiers in whose coat pockets
have been discovered loot taken from
Italian shops ana homes. Prisoners:
have told of massacres of Italian' citi citizens
zens citizens by Teuton troops on the same
kind of pretexts employed in Bel Belgium.
gium. Belgium. On some sections not only
have the invaders taken all cattle and
food, but they have, used furniture for
fuel for their bivouac fires back of
In the notebook of an Austrian offi officer,
cer, officer, who was captured, was found the
following copy of an order that had
"Forward, boys; Jet us be thorough.
Let us take away 'what is movable,
detach what is attached and use what
Other officers, who were captured,
admitted cruel treatment of the civil civilians.
ians. civilians. More persistently than any
place outside of Russia, the Teutons
have, tried both treachery and lies.
Italian soldiers of the Alpine regi regiments
ments regiments defending Monf enera7 saw a
large body of troops advancing to toward,
ward, toward, them- The marchers were head headed
ed headed by a major and they were in Ital Italian
ian Italian uniforms. They shouted to the Al Al-pini
pini Al-pini to abandon their present line
Fortunately one of the real Italians
noticed one of the supposed Italians
trying to conceal his helmet from
which tne covering had slipped. The
Alpini opened fire and killed the en entire
tire entire body of troops, who, it was found,
were Austrians and Germans.
Padua has been frequently attack attacked
ed attacked by airplanes, and citizens partici
pated en masse at the funerals of th
victims, the hearses passing throug
great crowds of weeping people., A
workman approached one of the
hearses and, kneeling down by the
coffin, swore in the name of the work working
ing working class of Italy to resist the invad invaders
ers invaders until victory was achieved.
Prescriptions filled at Gerig"s Drug
Store by registered pharmacists. One
is on duty at all times. tf
. ": liriOii iiiiiiLu
President Reiterates .His Objection
to the War Council antl Director
of Munitions Bill
'Washington., February 1. Presi President
dent President Wilson summoned to the White
House, today a dozen republican and
democratic senators and reitexated
his opposition tothe pending bills to
create a super-war council and direc director
tor director of .munitions.
GREAT INCREASE IN OUR LIVE
Washington. Feb. 1. Thelivestock
of the United States January 1st was
valued at more than eight billion, two
hundred thousand dollars, the depart department
ment department of agriculture announced today.
This is an increase of more than a
billion and a half over the same date
a year ago.
VIRGINIA'S NEW GOVERNOR
Richmond, Feb. 1. West Moreland
Davis was inaugurated governor of
Virginia today, succedeing Henry C.
MAKING MONEY AT THE
; PHILADELPHIA MINT
Philadelphia, Feb. 1. Uncle Sam's
largest money factory, the Philadel Philadelphia
phia Philadelphia mint, is working these days as
it never worked before in the history
of the country. This is in the natural
order of things because the war has -created
an unprecedented demand for
coin of all denominations. No gold 13
being minted at present, brat- halves,
quarters, dimes, nickels and pennies
are being turned out by the million.
A double force of workmen keep the
mint going sixteen hours a day and
more men are -employed now thaa
In peaceful times much coining was
done here for foreign governments,
principally South America, but since
the United States entered the war
the" special work has been stopped.
The last of job this .sort was for
Cuba, the entire coinage of the island
having been made here.
fc WITH GOOD RESULTS
C (Associated Press)
London, Feb. 1 Rationing of meat,
flour and sugar, has been -an unqual unqualified
ified unqualified success in British hotels and res restaurants,
taurants, restaurants, according, to a report from
the ministry of food. The reports re received
ceived received from the proprietors show that
some hotels have used only half of
their allowance of meat, while numer numerous
ous numerous eating places have bean 30 to 35
per cent under their ration of bread
and flour. The best report on sugar
showed a total amount used of only
two-thirds of the .-official- allowance.
Under the present regulations, hotels
and restaurants are allowed to use
two ounces of meat for breakfast and
five ounces for Hunch and dinner. The
other allowances "are eight ounces of
bread, two ounces of flour and one
ounce of sugar daily.
CANNING MEAT IN s
x Editor Star: Last year after hav having
ing having put up about three thousand cans
of vegetables consisted of both shell shell-end
end shell-end and string beans, peas, com, okra,
squash and tomatoes, I decided any -one
could can vegetables and I'd try
something different and see what I
could do with neats. It took some
nerve, not having any instructions
other than a general knowledge of
canning that I have accumulated in
the course of four yearsexperience.
But at any rate I took a chance at
about a hundred cans, and have not
lost a can, though some of the cans
had-been used before as I keep then
from year to "year.
I am sending you some samples of
the "results," I also nut up' some
tongue and brains but only one can of
each and they have already been sam sampled
pled sampled and found delicious.
I intend taking a trip to the gulf
this spring and believe me ray little
capping iron and tipping steel go
along too. f
IU try my hand on fish and oysters.
I do not use any up-to-date canning
outfiut, only the afore-mentioned ar articles
ticles articles and an iron wash pot.
Sincerely, Madie E. Taylor.
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BUY THRIFT STAMPS
Ocala just now has a taker
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.
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done. Always doing his best to con convict
vict convict a criminal, he is ever ready to
give a possibly innocent man the ben benefit
efit benefit of the doubt. We see no reason
why Mr. Scofield should not have an another
other another term.
WHAT AMERICA IS
DOING IN THE WAR
First of the month and Friday!
A glutton is always a despicable
person, and right now he is a traitor.
By peace with Russia the Germans
mean they want a large piece of Russia.
Russia, says an American who has
been in that country for months,
must stew in her own juice, and the
juice is red. '.
There are some people who think
thty cpnfer a favor on the Star by
taking it and inflict a deadly injury
. by stopping jt, but they have another
think a coming.
Our local postoffice has a skillful
and conscientious staff, which does
excellent' work, but the mail service
in general is in worse shape than it
has been m forty years.
One of those syndicate crrespond
ents in Washington thinks he has un
earthed a plot to make Roosevelt dic
tator. This is another proof that they
have gone to drinking Jamaica ginger
Uegmmng Monday, Frank's store
will close every Monday afternoon un
til March 2o at sundown. This will be
done in order to help carry out. the in-
siructions oi tne luei ; administrator.
Frank's sets a sensible and patriotic
example and one that all our business
men might follow to advantage.
The Times-Union says "May, is in
Jacksonville this mornings." Fine; but
of course May is merely there, en
route to South Florida, as they all
are. Tampa Tribune.
Gee, man! May goes Ho Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville thru South Florida ; she doesn't
come to South Florida thru Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, i
At the beginning of the war, a
Revealing military secrets which,
he said, the German general staff had
been7" anxious' to learn, but doing so
only to defend the administration be
fore the country against the charges
that its war efforts had broken down,
Secretary Baker made the following
There were more than 200,000 Am
erican troops m France before Janu
A steady stream of soldiers is now
going across the ocean.
, There will be: 500,000 men in France
early this year and a million and a
uu uiure feauy w go.
There are now thirty-two divisions
of troops in cantonments ready to be
moved to France. ',
The British and French govern
ments have expressed a i willingness
to supply artillery and machine guns
to the American troops abroad,
The American army has built great
lines of railroads in France, one 60O
miles long, with vast terminals and
A . .
vmencan Troops in j ranee even
had to go back to the planting of corn
and to the forests for wood, as well
as build hospitals ; for barracks.
General Pershing now reports: daili
in cable messages that run into the
hundreds, even thousands of words.
The German government is. still
mystified regarding the number of
men now in France, though Berlin
knows what is doing at-the front.
The Russian collapse forced an en entire
tire entire change of ar policy. The Italian
defeat forced another complete shift.
The phase of the war may be vitally
altered again tomorrow. T;-.;..,.-'
Lewis, machine guns are not being
used by' troops oa land because Gen
eral Pershing desires them only for
airplane work. T j
The decision to adopt the recham recham-bered
bered recham-bered Enfield rifle was unanimous at
a conference, attended by Secretary
Baker, General : Pershing, General
Scott, chief of staff; General Bliss,
assistant chief ; General Crozier, chief
of ordnance, and General Kuhn, head
of the War College.
British and French army experts i
are now engaged in every branch of
tne American- service.
British munitions contracts in the
United States in three years "amount
ed to more than one billion dollars.
while American contracts for seven
months exceeded that amount.
Sixty million shells are eing man
ufactured for use this year.
Experts are to report before Feb
ruary 1 on whether heavier cloth for
uniforms and coats should be used.
In an army; of more than a million
men there have been only eighty re
ports of abuses to soldiers in hosni
only enforced the ordinance, which he
was bound to do. This particular ord
inance is rather excessive, so far as
organ grinders are concerned, but it
was framed to include people of sev several
eral several other callings, who are better
able to pay.
FOOD GOING TO WASTE
A number of years ago when tht
Florida Power Company constructed
its dam for the purpose of raising the
water level on the Withlacoochpe
river at the site of the power plant,
is previously had purchased thousands
of acres of low lands for several
miles up the river on each side,
its owners realizing that the land
would be inundated,, the timber killed
and the land made worthless. The
body of water has proven a great
place for fish and thousands of trout,
bream and, perch,, besides the less de
sirable members of the. finny tribe
and reptiles have grown and thrived
in these waters, and this locality hat.
for several years been a famous
fishing ground. ;
The break in the dam a few days
ago caused the water to recede from
these low lands, leaving many pools,
little and big, over the vast area, in
which there are wagon loads of fine
food fish to be had for the scooping
up. Manylof the' fish, caught where
there was little or no water, died,; but
there will be thousands to be had for
a good while to come, in the pools
and' ponds, and .as these pools and
ponds 'will dry up gradually, the sup supply
ply supply of fish will last accordingly.
Many people will doubtless go to
the place to get these fine fish for
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The .Herald swipes a lot of pithy
paragraphs from the Ocala Star for
"fillers." Any good thing appearing
without credit in this paper may
safely be credited to. the Star or its
splendid contemporary, the Banner.
Punta Gorda Herald;
The good will and compliments of
the Heraldf are highly, appreciated b
the Star, knowing as it does that
the Herald's veteran editor is sincere
and a competent judge of what is in
,' '- NOTICE
. u J 1. il
iiuuiuci peupie, mosuy pro-uer- i
mans, insisted that America lay an couragmg to housekeepers and all
Elsewhere the Star prints' a letter
from Miss Madie E. Taylor telling-
of her good work in canning not only
vegetables but meat, Miss Taylor has
favored the Star with some samples samples-her
her samples-her work, namely several f cans of
sausage, souse," backbone, etc. : They
are just as good as anyone can obtain
at any store or market; and the fact
that such excellent food can be pre-
oci vcu zigut at nome is ., mgniy en-
embargo on all exports.1 In refusing
to carry out' their wishes, President
Wilson did, the country and the entire
world a great service. Such a policy
would have borought about the early
defeat of the Allies and left America
almost defenseless exposed to the ag
gression of Germany.
The Tampa papers are printing
with great glee the opinion of State
Tl-ltU Vt 11.-1. T -1. si-1
not suited for a convalescent hospi-
xai pecause ot tne prevalence of
pneumonia m North Florida. It's not
for us to knock any other locality, but
it isn't out of, place to say pneumonia
is a malady almost unknown in the
vicinity of Ocala.
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Secretary Baker and Senator
Chamberlain seem to be getting to
gether. They are both good men and
if they agree they can help each other
and the entire country One of the
greatest services Senator Chamber Chamber-Iain
Iain Chamber-Iain could do the war department and
the government would be to establish
' a business system that would do
away with the red tape in which all
public transactions seem to be wrap wrapped.
ped. wrapped. Wonder who started that ridiculous
idea that the military experts of the
world have accepted General For Forrest,
rest, Forrest, C. S. A., as a model. Forrest
was a good leader arid fighter on a
small scale, but he never commanded
any large force. There was very lit little
tle little reference to him in America, even
during the war, in comparison with
other generals, and we doubt that
European military leaders ever heard
other, people who desire the best use
to be made of, all our resources. Miss
Taylor is a farmer's daughter, living
a few miles from Ocala, out on the
Blitchton road. The Star hopes her
example win be extensively followed
! i ffl C m :
xne otar is lnxormea tnat some
people are inclined to criticise Police
man Pelot for arresting the Italian
organ grinder Wednesday evenine.
We didn't suppose anybody was silly
enough" to blame the ofiicer or we
should have left his name out. As a
matter of fact, it was Mr. Carter who
made the arrest but, in so doing he
Notice is elven that ibv virtue of a
final decree- of foreclosure of .different
mortgages wherein Willie S. Bullock
is complainant and Iavid S. Woodrow
anl others, defendants, ,v will sell in
iront (of the west door of the court
house for Marion bounty, VFlorida- on
Moaday, the 4th day of March, A. D.
between the leg-al .hours of sale, the
lollowlng described mortigasred prop
erty, or so much thereof as will be
sutincient to pay.'tlje sums due thereon
with cost -of sale,. to-wit: to pay the
su"m of fl553.50 and cost of sale, I will
mvw U(1 LifU L.117 J.V,
acre lot lying south of Dot "E," all In
icKara's Kurvey ana olat of the Al
varez .Grant, Marion county. Florida,
for JoseDh Caldwell, as r.foTvlfl in
book lettered "K in the office of clerk
or tne. circuit court for Marion county.
Florida, pag-e 74 1. excepting the right
ui jkvay xo me Atlantic cnast J.ine Kail Kail-way
way Kail-way Company. 'At the same time end
place, to pay the sum of $5998.85 and
cost of sale, I will sell all of those cer certain
tain certain tracts or parcels of land known
A3 the town of Woodmar, Bast Dake
Weir, "Marion county, Florida, and
more particularly described as Ibeini,
.lots as appears in ilat 'book lettered
"A," page 132, being, lots -eighty-eight
to one hundred and is:ht. tboth inclu
sive; lots 71 to 76, iboth inclusive; lots
i-V 84 a; iota 61, 62, 63; lota
oi io at ooui, inclusive; lots 31, 32, 39 3
lots nine and eiehteen: also -n imH-
vlded, one-half Interest in Jots one to
'-' an" """Pa
A TX Si 7 I ST
1 IS I 3 f
XJ From the RIVERSIDE TAIL
ORING COMPANY will
be here on,
. THURSDAY, JANUAR
FRIDAY' and SATURDAY,
JL-?a C Wa
n i Ik-,
With a Fine Link of full length sam samples.
ples. samples. You are invited to call and
look over the line whether you
place your order or not.
Have Your Clothes Made to Order, and Have
Your Measure Taken by an Expert Direct from
the Riverside Tailoring Company of Cincinnati i
Your Credit is Good Here if It's Cood Anywhere.
J L-ZZZ3 Lis
"WHY PAY MORE?"
4 M hK'
OCALA FflATEnilAL ORDERS
Tulala Lodsre No. 22. I. O. O. P..
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' iall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
M. M. Little,. Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE NO. 15
Rousing Musical Comedy Success
-: TOE :-
MUSICAL BUBBLE WITH
SWARM OF FUN AND
h-lsewhere appears Mr. Geo. ; W.
Scofield'a announcement of, his can
didacy to succeed" himself as state
attorney for this judicial circuit. Mr.
Scofield, during the 'five years: or so
that he has served has -made an ex excellent
cellent excellent and .conscientious official. We
have often heard him complimented
by members of the, bar who have
been opposed to '.him in many cases
for his obvious. desire that justice he
Original Cast and Production
BestJ$ItQW of flie Season
A Carload of Special Scenery 1
JostLanoh, Jolly Tones
Ar, F0ETTY GKLS ;
1 Gorgeous Gowns Galore
Over the Heads of the Audience
Prices; 50. 75, $1.3 $1,53
PLUS WAR TAX
Seats, a Sale 'Imiday
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
! meets the first and, third Monday eve
nings in each month in the Odd Fel
lows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
- Clara Moremen, N. G.
Ge9rgia Ten Eyck, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
bqth inclusive, of Georee f. extended to visitine brothers.
wjuams su'b-dlvlsion of th soirth- j H F StAVp M tl
west. auarte.r i of Iblrwk iytv-M,.n I xi iJ' wjie, a
(67) accordlnsr to the Old Survey f th.
city of -Ocala. Florida, &s recorded in
me or nee or clerK or th circuit court
for Alarion county, Florida, Jn. jlat
:bo6k 4Ati page 173; also fourteen
snares of the catital stolc vf ha
Ocala Plumibtnjr and Electric Com
pany, represented Iby certificates 2 to
11. -At. the same time and mlar- tn mav
thefsum of $782.14 and cost of sale,
I will sell (those certain tracts of lands
described as tbeinff lots nu-mfbered one
and two. thirty-seven and thirtvrflp-ht
of. the Olanolia Place sub-di vision, of
Ocala, Marion county, Florida, as ap appears
pears appears toy plat recorded In the office of
the clerk of the circuit court for Mar Marlon
lon Marlon county, Florida, tn plat book "A,"
page 162. s ..
And at the same time and place to
pay the sum of $3493.11 and,th cost
of sale. I. .will sell those certain tracts
or parcels of land described as, oegin oegin-nlngr
nlngr oegin-nlngr at a tako on tihe north "boundary
of the northeast quarter of the south southeast
east southeast quarter of section 1 of iT 17 a. R
3 -e, 10.90 chs east of the southwest
corner of the same and runninsr south
33 deg-., E 4.50 chs to a street, thence
N-59 deg., E 1.30 chs thence N 364
deg.. W 3.75 chs to C. F. Benson's land,
thence W ,1.34 chs to the p. o. b. Also
that other tract -described a.s commenc commencing
ing commencing at government post at the north northwest;
west; northwest; corner of lot 1 of section 12 T
17 S, R 23 E, thence E 3.30 chs, thnce
N 10 ichs,, thence E 10 chs, thence fcJ 10
ch3, thence S 50 dcg. and-30 jnilu. E
217 feet to the center of Grand avenue,
thence S 76 dee:, and 30 min v sttnu.
feet to a stake at the edge of. tho water
of Ijake Weir, at the southwest corner
of R. C. Johnson's land, thence along
the edge of the lake southwesterly, to
me sou lh oounoary or lot one or 8 12.
T 17 S, R 23 E. thence west to the
.sou in west corner -or. said lot
Marion-Dunn Lode No. 19, P. &
A. M meets on the first and Hhird
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock, until further notice.
, Stephen Jewett, W. IX.
Jake ; Brown, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort Kins: Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:3 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are ailways welcome.
P. W. Whitesides, Cr C.
Chas. K. Sage, Qerk
OCALA LODGE NO; 285, B. P. O. E.
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
-in c I i. I i x iv. nr
thence north 20 to ,th k-' Btu"u iuutw luwua eveu-
inK ten acres m the soum hair nt nli"&o m taui uuuui. w ihhhk. uicur
7 of S 1. T 17 S. R. 23 K. ATid dlA ail
vi iui uuc w o xi, X 14 o. it 23 1W. i vine
West and SOUth Of Ti r Jnhnmn'.
iano. excent a strto 2.28 h nnrth
and south, across the south side of lot
one. S 12. T 17 8, R 23 E. as deeded
to v.; W. and A. Acherson, and further
excepting ail portions of -the a.id
mortgaged premises last dprrihwi that
have been released fcy written releases
1915, and recorded in satisfaction of I held every Monday
mortgage dook, page 397.
H. -If. HAMPTON,
2-l-Fri-5t Secial IfaatM-
site postoffice, east side.
a W. Hunter, E. EI
E. J. Crook. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
We Have The Following5 Used Cars
: on Hand;
One Maxwell, Touring Car, late 1917 model;
run less than 3000 miles, price. . . 4S0.0D
One 1915 Model, Maxwell touring car, price. $175.00
One Reo Roadster, price...: .-.J-w-... .....5100.00
One Buick Touring car Five new tires,5
new top, etc. price.-. ..5S00.CD
One 1917 Model Maxwell Roadster
in good condition :-...!....... "..:.375.0D
One 1916 Model Maxwell Touring car, price .$375.63.
Th Are The Cash Prieces, But
Liberal Terms Can Be Arranged.
f ; Ocala, Florida.
HEADS OF CITY DEPART3IENTS I
George ANash, president of the
D. E. Mclver, president pro tern;
Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
night at 7:301
at the Castle HalL over the James
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
to visiting brothers.
, H. B. Baxter, C. C.
CLs. K. Sage. K. of E. S.
- R. A. M. CHAPTER NO. 13
Reemlar convocations of th 0iln
A. A. Winer, Department of Public 1 Chapter No 13, R. A. M- on the
Safety: .Police, fire, buildings and
A. T. Thomas, Department of Pub
lic Health: Sewerage, street and sanitation.
E. A. Osborne, Department of Pub
lic Service: Light end water.
G. A. Nash, Department of Justice:
Laws and ordinances.
D. E. Mclver, Department of Fi
nance: Finances and accountinsr.
first Friday in every month at 8 p. m.
J. a. uouvier, ix. ir.
Jake Brown, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
1 - i
iOcala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Alice Yonce, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
In the heart of the city with Hemming Pari, for a front yard.
Every mooern convenience in each room. Dining
second to none. I
rocm service 13
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to ?S.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. K A VAN AUGH
- .'' ;-Proprietor.'-' lltnurr.
OCAfJL EVENINO STAB. FHIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1813
United States Bonds
and War Sayings Stamps
We have received our allotment, of Four
Per cent. Bonds of the Second Liberty Loan and
are prepared to fill orders. Where bonds are to
be'delivered by mail, order should include Ten
Cents for registry fees. We also have on liand
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. i
The Munroe & Chambliss
, NEW GROCERY' STOKE I
We have opened a new place of business at the corner of Magno Magnolia
lia Magnolia street opposite the' Baptist church, and will at all times carry a
complete line of ''. '::'.
STAPLE AND FANCY GROCERIES
' AND1 ALL ESNBS OF FEED
Everything is Brand New and Fresh, and cur prices will be found
reasonable. Give us a trial. Free Delivery anywhere in town. :
Buy War Stamps Now
; Save Food By Using Our Ice Freely It's Cheap and ;
Food is High -t Prompt Service, Full Weight and Courr
teous Treatment go with our Ice, and if you don't get
Z them, phone us at once. J
11 SOU 115
If You Bare Any Nem for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Two-One -Ffve
- or Two-Seven
OCALA, FLA. J
the federal land bank
. i3 now investigating florida loan applications, the
bank furnishes special forms for record data re regarding
garding regarding your title and will not accept the usual
abstract made, by any abstractor in florida. v S
; if you have made an application for a loan, it y
is of .vital importance to ycu to show now that your
title' security is us good as your value security, if
you have not made application buty 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 the land bank, in
the least pos sihie time, the title data required in
connection with your loan. ,;
r. s. rogers,
m. & c. bank building.
telephone no. 431
This fellow put in, all his time
' .Making money. i
He played amid the city's grime,
Unto the green fields ne'er went he;
He never strolled beside the sea; I
Oh, no, he much preferred to be
His every thought was fastened on
- Making money.
He started it at break of dawn,
He has no time to give the arts, ;
No time to play the game of hearts,
For he was busy in the marts -Making
Death came at last. He had to stop
Another man is in his shop
- Making money.
His friends forgot him in a day,
Now tell me, good folks, does it pay
To grind xme's entire life away
Another Surgical Dressings Shipment
The following surgical dressings
made by Mrs. D. C. Stiles' class were
sent to the forwarding warehouse in
Jacksonville the first of the week:
Abdominal bandages, 255; T T-bandages,
bandages, T-bandages, 30; triangle bandages, 160;
many-tailed bandages, 25; gauze
compresses, 4 x 4250; gauze rolls, 5
yards, x 4 inches, 30; napkins, 6.
Total, 766. .
The following articles made by the
Lake Weir branch were sent in the
top of the dox of knitted articles that
were sent the same day as the sur surgical
gical surgical dressings:
Pajames, 10; hospital bed shirts,
cotton, 36; hospital bed shirts, flan flannel,
nel, flannel, 8. Total, 54.
Woman'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 r held : at 2 :30
o'clock. The president requests that
all members, of the executive board
be present to discuss plans for the
state executive board that will be
held in Ocala Feb. 20th and 21st.
Mrs. George L. Taylor,
2t Recording Secretary.
v : U. D. C. Notice
All members of Dickison Chapter
who are in arrears for past dues are
requested to pay them as soon asr pos possible.
sible. possible. Mrs. A. A. Winer,
Recording Secretary, i
Miss Donnie Proctor is home from
a brief -visit,. to relatives in Oxford.
: Master Clifton Hooker's friends are
glad to hear he is. able to be out
again after aT week's illness.
Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Waterman's
friends are glad to hear their' little
daughter, Valeta, who was so ill
Thursday, was much better this
Mrs. Smith Hardin left at two
o'clock this morning for Tampa,
where she was called by the severe
illness of a very dear friend, Mrs. M.
Miss Nellie Gottlieb and Mrs. B. F.
Condon won the club and guest
prizes at the Tuesday .'auction club
yesterday afternoon. Miss Mary Mc McDowell
Dowell McDowell will, entertain the club next
Mrs. W. V. Newsom Jr. and daugh daughter,
ter, daughter, Jane left early this mornjng for
a5 ten, days visit with Mrs. Newsom's
mother and little brother, during Mr.
Taylor's business trip to New York.
$5 ..makes ,20 soldiers happy I
' It will buy twenty of these 25 cent
kitsToi tobacco and cigarettes : ''
Look at the 'Smokes' it buys
I it St
' t"'-- -xT-1 i ii in H '-i
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
Mrs. J. B. Borland and three
daughters came from Citra Thursday
and spent the day here. Mrs. Borland
says the Citra people will give a sup supper
per supper there tonight for the Denefit of
the Red Cross.
, Mrs. Roy Vincent Ott, who has been
enjoying' a visit with ; relatives and
friends in Orlando, expects to leave
Saturday for Ocala, where she will
spend a couple of daysxhefore return returning
ing returning to her home in Gainesville. Or Orlando
lando Orlando Reporter-Star. .
Mrs. Ott will be the guest of Miss
Susie Lou Ellis during her stay here.
-v..:; .. .(;
Mrs. KeefTe left Monday afternoon
for Winston-Salem, N. CM to be with
her daughter, Mrs. John Jackson dur during
ing during her little baby's critical illness.
Mrs.' Jackson was formerly Miss Jen Jennie.
nie. Jennie. Keeffe of Ocala and many of her
acquaintances are just hearing of her
first born who arrived Christmas day.
Her many friends hope that her little
one will soon be entirely well again.
Mr. Carroll of Illinois, who has
been visiting his daughter, Miss Eliz Elizabeth
abeth Elizabeth Carroll in Dunnellon, arrived
in the city Monday for a visit to his
son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and
Mrs. George Mathis at Mrs. Het Het-rick's.
rick's. Het-rick's. Mr. Carroll expects to visit his
other daughters in the state for sev several
eral several months before returning to his
home in Illinois. He will be accom accompanied
panied accompanied north in the spring by his
daughter, Mrs. Mathis. t
Mrs. L. R. Parrish and little daugh daughter
ter daughter of St. Augustine, who have been
visiting Mrs. Parrish's sister, Mrs. A.
G. Moree and two sons for the past
three weeks, expect to leave Ocala to
morrow afternoon. They will first go
to Mcintosh to visit relatives and
then for a short visit to friends in
Gainesville. In Campville, near
Gainesville, they will meet Mrs. Par Parrish's
rish's Parrish's brother who will take them to
St. Augustine in his car.
Strubert-Ray Wedding This Morning
A very quiet wedding took place at
ten o'clock this morning at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist parsonage, when Rev. Smith
Hardin united in marriage Miss Grace
May Ray of Lawton, Okla., and Mr.
Arthur W. Strubert of Montana.
Mrs. Strubert came here about
three j weeks ago with he parents
and sister, who purchased a home on
the Anthony road about three miles
from Ocala, where they expect to re reside
side reside in the future. Mr. Strubert is
from Montana, but has spent the past
few months in Oklahoma. He came
here only recently to 'make Miss Ray
his bride. Mr. Strubert is in class
A 1., and expects to be called into the
army at any day.
The Star.wishes these new comers
every : possible happiness and pros prosperity.
perity. prosperity. ; .. '
To Y. W. C A. Pledgers
All those who made pledges to those
in charge for the Y. W. G. Ai fund are
asked to please send money to the
treasurer, Mrs. Stephen Jewett before
February 1st; 24-3t .' v
. -' yr. -',.
'. Mrs. T. A. Harver and daughter,
Miss Thelma of Commerce, Ga who
have spent several months in San San-fford,
fford, San-fford, were Ocala visitors yesterday
the guests of Mrs. W. M. Gober and
family. Mrs.; Harver and daughter
were delighted with Ocala, and ma
return later in the month for an ex extended
tended extended visit. They were accompanied
yesterday by Miss Annie Hawkins of
At the Temple Today
Carlyle Blackwell, one of the mov moving
ing moving picture world's greatest favorites,
and, handsome June Elvidge, who
many Ocala- people think resembles
Mrs. Seabnry Stanton pf Massachu Massachusetts,
setts, Massachusetts, formerly Miss Jean Austin of
this city, take the leading Toles in
"The Marriage Market," at the Tem Temple
ple Temple today.-;"1
This is the first World feature
shown here in a long time and if all
their stars are as popular as those in
today's five-reel feature, they prom promise
ise promise to draw and please as big crowds
as the "Happiness" or "Bluebirds"
did. -V.y : ,;-', :' ;
The whole story is vastly interest interesting
ing interesting and contains various situations.
It has a very thrilling auction sale of
thoroughbred horses, and stock mar-
ket scenes, and at the same time a
beautiful girl's romance.
Lieut. R. A. Burford arrived in the
city last night for a week's visit to
his parents, Mr.' and Mrs. R. A. Bur Bur-ford
ford Bur-ford aijd family. When Lieut. Bur.
ford arrived in Philadelphia he did
not receive Mrs. Burford V telegram,
stating she, and' little Virginia were
on their way there, so he went to
Trenton to attend to business.' He
then came to Ocala to surprise his
THE GOOD PAlil Y
Tea' Dooms f
: i SERVICE A LA CARTE
. 8 A. M. to 7:30 P. Mi
N. MainSt, Opposite PostofSce
Has become the slogan not
only on the highways of
travel, but also in all lines m
of industry. There's no Z
such thing as safety if
your valuable property is
. not covered by
FIRE' INSURANCE j
We represent a number of
the most reliable companies
in existence, and our facil-'
! ities are not surpassed in
D.Vi DAVIS, Agency
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Own Your Own Home
A House and Two Lets
A House and 3 Acres
A House 'and 2 Lota
Can be Bought With Monthly Pay Payments
ments Payments of
!y $10 .-: r
..-;,; : Room 5, Holder El0t,
family wh) thought he could not ob obtain
tain obtain a -furlough, and was in turn sur surprised
prised surprised to find they were; in Philadel Philadelphia.
phia. Philadelphia. Lieut. Burford will join his
family in Philadelphia about the 7th
Golden Wedding at Blount Dora
A: decidedly interesting celebration
took place at "Mount Dora Monday
night at the picturesque Lakeside
Inn, when two popular Lakeside Inn
guests were given a delightful sur sur-price,
price, sur-price, when their friends celebrated
their golden wedding anniversary.
The principals were Dr. and Mrs.
George W. Brush of Brooklyn, N. Y.,
who are annual Mount Dora visitovs.
After supper these charming people
were asked to retire to their rooms
"until called for." About 7:45 they
were escorted to 4 the parlor and then
to Lohengrin's wedding march were
conducted by two little girls dressed
as bridesmaids down an aisle formed
by nearly one hundred guests. At
the end they found themselves under
a wedding bell, whose golden stream streamers
ers streamers led to pines and palms. The
bridesmaids then presented them
many gifts, one a golden mayonaise
set, the gift of their Mount Dora
friends, also a basket of telegrams
from the north and from Mount Dora
people. Many of these caused much
amusement, one especially, which pur purported
ported purported to come from President Wil Wilson,
son, Wilson, expressing his regret that a pre previous
vious previous engagement ;. with the kaiser
prevented his attendance. s
After a delightful evening of mus music
ic music and cards, the bride of fifty years
cut her cake that contained fifty
lighted : candles; ; ;' ?
Dr. and Mrs. Brush then told of the
rather unusual request made of them
just before their marriage Jan. 21,
1858, in Brooklyn, N. Y ; They were
to be married at eight o'clock by Rev.
Henry Ward Beecherl The date hap happened
pened happened to be the same as that set for
a lecture by Charles Dickens in Ply Plymouth
mouth Plymouth church, and Rev. Beecher sent
them a hurried request to either
hasten or delay their marriage so
that he might reach the- church in
time to introduce the, noted English
author. This unusual "celebration was
also attended by a tourist who is
spending several months in Ocala.
. To Those Knitting Helmets
6 All ladies knitting Red Cross hel helmets
mets helmets are requested to crochet around
the face opening. '- 4 9-tf
Mrs. L. H. Ketchum and Mrs. J. D,
MacDonald left early this morning via
the Oklawaha river for Palatka to be
the guests' of Mr. and ; Mrs. r Peter
Gardner and family until Sunday
night. ; ;
Miss. Callie Gissendaner's friends
are sorry to hear she has been out of
school for two days owing to illness.
The Presbyterian Aid Society will
meet Monday afternoon at 3 o'clock
at the church. m ; l-2t
(Continued oa FosrtL x4ge)
FOR STATE ATTORNEY
To the People of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida: I hereby announce
my candidacy for re-election to the
oSce of state attorney, Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in the approach
ing primary. I have tried to merit
and will greatly appreciate your sup support.
port. support. ; George W. Scofield.
January 4, 1918. ,..'
; FOURTH DISTRICT
According to my own inclination
and the solicitation of friends, I here hereby
by hereby announce myself a candidate for
county commissioner for the iourth
commissioner's district of : Marion
county, subject to the action of the
democratic primary of 1918. If elect elected,
ed, elected, J promise a faithful discharge of
the duties of the ofSce and I r.hall
strive to give satisfaction to all .con .concerned
cerned .concerned by giving the duties of the pf pf-fice
fice pf-fice my personal attention. I shall bb
thankful for the support of all inter interested.
ested. interested. Very respectfully, :
0. IL (Bob) Rogers.
Lynne, Fla. tf w
fco3 STCciis nmm
I Th9 government has sever cons' d-;
red any plan of seizing foodstufT3
owned by householders. Nor is there there-any
any there-any policy of this kind suggested for;
the future. j
V In spite of tbls fact, the United
EtsU food admlnistratloa has been
oblifed repeatedly to issue cSci&l d-j
niaLs of rumors that the government
intends commandeerlss preserves andj
canned goods put u? In American;
homes. ". ;....
These rumors were eristsated partly
by pro-German propagandists and part partly
ly partly by conscienceless grafters,- who
sought to profit throusa bsylag from!
The year 181S win see home canning
and preserving practiced oa greater
scale than ever before ta the nation's
history, efldals In Washlfigtoa believe.
And they are assuring all patriotic
housewives that foods so caved are
theirs, and theirs alone.
WiM jffiil mi
. i i
is no more pleasing to the
nostrils thani the flavor of
the sun-smacked California
oranges which make
L h ljSjTTh-
V 1 : 1 j
I j' ; i
at once the mose palatable
and the most wholesome
of fruit drinks.
Risk a nickle on our
Ul UUII CilllliiUd Oli,..:i
r. V-.- .... ti
- W M
. -,vThe Best Equipped :
- In Cculrc Fieri l 3
Our Equipment ib at .Tear Servka
and for Your CcavfEaiesce. If ysn will
Help Us We will ll&ke it &3 Bsst fa
the-, State. We Gtpect to Make da
Service Prompt, the Price Reasc-rtls,
and "Everybody Hi ppy. If We Doa
Tell Us and Well "Cose Across.
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times 75 cents. Over twenty-five
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insertions. Special rate by
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Star ada. tre buiiteri acctkrstr:
OCALA BVENLNG STAR, FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 1. 1918
Mrs. Wm. John Bingham of Boston
13 the charming guest of Miss Doris
Murray. :r K
Mr. L. R. Chazal is expected home
today from a five days business trip
A card from JloyLuclcie, with the
aviation corps, announces that : Ms
unit has been transferred .from San
Antonioy TeXy to Morrison, Va.
. A bard from Private Gary Gallant,
with Company A, informs us that he
will go to Camp Hancock, to serve
as a mechanician. Gary is a smart
boy and the Star nas no doubt he
will do good work for Uncle Sam
wherever he is stationed.
MEN WANTED FOB
THE HOME GUARD
The government wants at once 1400
men for the home guard in Florida.
Men must be between 31 and 40 years
of age and able to pass physical ex examination.
amination. examination. Tlfey, will be armed ; with
Krag 'rifles and drilled and paid the
same as regulars, but will not be re repaired,:
paired,: repaired,: unless extraordinary emergen emergencies
cies emergencies arise, to go outside the state. For
further particulars consult the, 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.
A THE SCHOOL MEET
"'. (Ocaleean Ensign)
The West Coast school' meet, held
in Bxooksville, last year, was. well at
tended by Ocala contestants and vis
itors. Everyone who went thoroughly
enjoyed the many features. Tho' we
came home with onlv one honor
that won by Floyd Coleman, f orJhis
piano solo it did not-"down" oiir
spirits and there will be representa
tives from O.. H. S. this year. v
The 1918 meet will be held in Dade
City on the first Friday and Satur
"dav in Marrh TIia nmcrrttm r,f nn,
tests is little changed from previous
years. Individual prizes and points
' will be given as formerly except,
quartet value is doubled and athletics
reduced one-third. ;
The Knight & Wall Co. of Tampa
has donated a beautiful cup for. a
three-yTar trophy. The school win
ning the most points in thd next three
year? will be awarded this cup as its
permanent trophy. Until this- is .de
cided the cup is held by the respec
tive winner of the next several
mets. ,: .'
The purpose of the meet is to en-
couragft in the schools contests in the
difficult features of the meet. Local
. contests should be very popular-
giving a spirit, enthusiasm and
friendly rivalry, to the pupils and the
l m V . .
Friday, 1:30. p.' m.:-Ready writing.
Friday, 2:38 p. m.: Boys' declama
. tion, piano and vocal solo.
rnday, 7:30 p.m.: Girls declama
Saturday, 8 a. m.: Spelling from
Sandwick and, Bacon High School
Speller, I '-''
Saturday, 9 a. m.; 100-yard dash;
220-yard dash; 440-yard run; "880 "880-yard
yard "880-yard run; 12-pound shot put: pole
' valut; running high 'jump; running
broad jump; 120-yard low hurdles;
"Eat Plenty of Hard Fcei."
"Th$e are three things to keep in
mind when considering diseases of the
teeth first, that soft food is injurious,
imd that plenty of hard food should be
eaten ; second, that infection In the
gums and tooth cavities may cause dis disorders
orders disorders by the pus being swallowed and
so conveyed to the .Stomach and In Intestines
testines Intestines ; thirdly, that the pus may
cause more serious trouble by being
nbsorbed through the "lymphatics."
' ' jxotice
In th Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju-
dicial" Qircuit of Florida in and for
"'. Marion Couutr In Chancery,
.Qeorcce Townsend, Complainant, vs.
T.Vwis Steele, et al., Defendants:
, "Order ftr Constructive Service.
It v is ordered that the defendants
herein, named, to-wlt: All unknown
parties claiming Interests, through, or
under Liewis Steele, or George D. Mc Mc-Leod,
Leod, Mc-Leod, or otherwise, In and to the fol-
l -. l ;.i a i j t
in ilarion rmmtv. Tflfvrida. wit
Northeast 'quarter of northwest quar quarter
ter quarter of section twenty-eight, township
fourteen, south, range twenty-two
east, hi and they" are hereby required
to appear to the bill of complaint filed
in this cause on or nefore
lontlay, the 6ih day of May, 1918.'
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be !pu"blished oncea, week
for 12. consecutive weeks In the Ocala
hvenmg Star, a newspaper published
in sajd county and state.
This 1st day of February, 1918.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.
Clerk Circuit Court, aiarion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin, C.
W. E. SMITH,
Complainant's Solicitor. l-l-12t
In the Circuit-Court of 'the Fifth Ju Judicial
dicial Judicial Circuit of Florida In and for
ilarion County In Chancery.
Georare Townsend, Complainant, vs.
Lewis Steele, et aL, Defendants:
Order for Constructive Service.
: It Is ordered that .the defendants
herein named, to-wit: Lewis Steele
and George D. McLeod, "be and they are
h(r&Sv rc iill i roi tn annAap tj V n Kill
of complaint filed tn ithls cause on or
M0dar.tbe 1st day of April, 1918.
It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once week
for 8 consecutive weeks in the Ocala
Evening Jtar, a-newspaper pAJ'blished
in said countyrand tate.
Tiiis 1st day of February. 1918.
(Soal P, II. NUGENT,
Clerk.' Circuit Court, .Marion County,
Florida. By Ruth Ervin,. D. C.
AV. E. SMITH.
Complainant's Solicit or. l-l-&t
The girls' basket ball team of the
high school left early this afternoon
for Sanford, where they will play
the high .school team there this eve evening,
ning, evening, an$ will go on to Orlando for
a game tomorrow. They went in Mrs.
Harry Doziers car.
The party consisted of Misses Flor Florence
ence Florence Cohibear, Louise Spencer, Kath Kathleen
leen Kathleen Leitner, Ella May Rivers, Lou Lou-reen"
reen" Lou-reen" Spencer, Me'rtie Blalock, Ruth
Simmons and Mabel Lytic.
ALIEN ENEMIES MUST
GIVE THEIR NAMES IN
Postmaster Rogers nforms the
Stan that he will be in in his office
from Monday, Feb. 4, at. 9 a. m. dur during
ing during office hourstmtil Saturday, March
9th, for the purpose of registering all
alien enemies in this section.
Alien enemies are natives of Ger Germany
many Germany or Austro-Hungary that have,
not become American citizens. They
will save themselves trouble by giv giving
ing giving in their names at once.
V -Til mi' ii i i i r
A GOOD. APPOINTMENT
State Food Administrator Beacham
has appointed Mr. Clarence Camp of
Ocala food administrator for Marion
county..- V-, : Vv :
This is a good appointment. Mr.
Camp is an excellent business man
and will carry out the plans of the
food administration with as little in inconvenience
convenience inconvenience to the individuals as pos possible.
sible. possible. -.
He will appoint .assistants in dif different
ferent different arts of the county, and we
may now consider that the work of
food conservation has settled into
system until the end of the war.
A FINE PICTURE .'
Miss Alma Xarram, one of Ocala's
prettiest little patriots, is proudly
showing her friends a superb picture
sent to her by her brother, David
Carrara, one of the members of Com
The picture is of the 124th regi regiment
ment regiment on parade in front of its quar quarters
ters quarters at Camp Wheeler. All twelve of
the companies show up well, and
Company A took bettei than any of
Xl i1 ?l. 1 1 A
uae uuiers, ueing easy w piCK. out.
the officers and many of the men.
Miss Alma is generous with her
picture, willingly showing it to any
of the f nends ol our boys in khaki.
' BA6 ACCIDENT FOR BOYS
People out on Fort King avenue
last evening about y;zu were sur surprised
prised surprised to ee a big, handsome, auto auto-hearse
hearse auto-hearse cojme in from the east. It was
closed but light shining thru the
glass panels showed that living peo
ple were inside. It stopped at the
Harrington corner 5 and the driver
asked the ; way- to the hospital. 4-
physician passing in his car at once
volunteered to- pilot the unusual
equipage to the required goal. ;
; The hearse was being used as an
ambulance and it made a very good
one, too. It was the property of Un
dertaker Caldwell of Leesburg and
contained two badly wounded boys,
Tlie boys were Josiah Lee, aged 14,
son of Mr. J. A. Lee of near Lees
burg, and Ernest Tanner, 'a little col
ored boy. Both had been out hunting
yestefday, and latem the afternoon,
the white boy, teasing the colored
boy, with what he supposed was an
empty shell in his gun, caught the
little darkey's hand and held it over
the muzzle, while he pulled the trig trigger.
But the shell wasn't empty. The
load tore thru both hands, the white
boy's left and the -negro's right, in inflicting
flicting inflicting ugly wounds.
.t Mr. Lee desired to bring bis son
and the little darkey to the Ocala
hospital. There was no ambulance or
other suitable equipage, so Mr. Cald Caldwell
well Caldwell offered liis hearse, in which was
put a cot for young Lee.
The little negro was not so badly
wounded and could sit up. The hearse
was driven by Mr. Eisenstein, accom
panied by Mr. 'J Caldwell's son, while
Mr. Lee, in the vehicle, took care of
the boys. The trip was made in good
time and with little discomfort.
It wasn't long after reaching the
hospital .... before the wounds were
dressed and the boys comfortably put
to bed. They are both resting easily
MAIL. BOX MOVED
Marshal Carter informs 'the Star
that the mail box thajt was at the old
Seaboard station was removed when
the building was torn down, but has
not been replaced at the union sta
tion. We believe the local postoffice
has to have a special order when a
new box is put in.
INCOME TAX COLLECTOR
Deputy Collector C. T. Watson will
be in room 213 second floor, postoffice
building, until the 16th instant, with
blanks and other necessary informa information,
tion, information, and ; will be glad to assist all
persons liable for income tax returns.
: '- ' .-. V.-'v'--''
A full assortment of the famous
PAKRO Seedtape. Just the thing for
the small fall garden. Ocala Seed
Store. - tf
Have you tried that Jonteel Cold
Cream yetl.lt is a wonder, and sold
in Ocala janly .atJGer'aJDrng Store, tf
Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have : us fiH your
prescriptions for accurate service.
The Court Pharmacy, tf
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-V
V SIM-V ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES: Six line maximum, one
time 25a; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month 53. Payable In advance.
TDK. D. M. BONET
I especially offer my services to the
people of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail orders.
202-204 Hogan S V Park Hotel Bldgn
JACKSON VILLE. FLORIDA
RAGS WANTED Cotton rags, no
scraps. Apply at the Star office, tf
FOR, SALE New typewriter, at $3
per month. Room 5, Holder Block,
Ocala, Fla. 12-tf r y
RAGS WANTED The larger the
better. Must be well laundered. No
sewing room scraps. Star office. 3t
COTTAGE FOR RENT Corner of
Watula and South Third street. Ap Apply
ply Apply to C. Rheinauer.' ". 12-tf
FOR SALE 1917 Ford touring car
in good mechanical condition ; shock
absorbers and step brace; $325. R. O.
Riddle Florida House, Ocala. 23-tf
FOR SALE CHEAP If sold at once,
small cottage; modern improvements,
in good location For information ap apply
ply apply to "M. E.," Ocala, Fla. 30-t
FOR SALE One-ton worm-drive
truck, used less than? three months;
closing up the business. If interested,
see F. T. Wilson, Reddick, Fla. 29-9t
FOR SALE Nice lot 70 x 112 in seV
ond ward. Also wish to rent or pur purchase,
chase, purchase, 80-acre farm near Ocala. W.
FOR 'SALE Good Singer sewing
machine. Will sell for cash or ex exchange
change exchange for : laundry vwork. Apply to
517 Oklawaha Ave., or phone 470. 3t
FOR SALE 14 Buick roadster, four
new tires.: Cost $1450. Price $350. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Theus L Brothers' Furniture
Store, Ocala, Fla. thu-f ri-sat
LOST A bunch, of keys with prest-.o-lite
key, postoffice, door and other
keys. Finder will please return to
Star office. l-l-3t-
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
FOR SALE New one-horse Stude Stude-baker
baker Stude-baker wagon light buggy with iron
wheels and. rubber tires, newly paint painted
ed painted and overhauledTX Address C. M.
Livingston, Box 453, Ocala, Fla. 30-6t
BARGAIN 1916 Dodge touring car;
new tires and new top; completely
overhauled and in first class shape
throughout. This car'is a genuine bar bargain
gain bargain and will be sold cheap. See
Blalock Bros. 16-tf"
SHETLAND PONIES-For sale. I
have a pai of Shetland ponies; har harness
ness harness 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
WANTED To rent or share crop. I
would like toScommunicate aJt once
with party who wishes to rent or
share crop' a good farm this spring;
best of reference civen: state loca
tion and improvements. B. H. Gar-
ncK, ingiesive Ave., at. retersburg,
WAITED To rent a farm of 40 to
60 acres, with residence and out outbuildings.
buildings. outbuildings. Must be quick deal so that
can go to work at once. State dis
tance from Ocala, and rate of rent.
Address "Business, care the Ocala
WANTED Every loyal American to
buy war savings stamps and all Ocal-
ans v to remember that, i Clayton's
Pressing Club has been moved to Ok
lawaha avenue, next to Blalock's. vul
canizing establishment. The phone
number; is 13. 31-6t y
FOR SALE Sixty acres of the best
hammock land in the county; 3 U
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 "Owner," care
Ocala Star. 30-6t--
WANTED Old False Teeth Don't
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. 1 17-lSt
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; T good
neighbors. Will sell furbished or un unfurnished
furnished unfurnished on easy terms. Apply to
No. 416 Lime street, or address Box
575, Ocala, Florida. 1-5-lm
yy. S"m -'. m j?- -t.
; Your Government must have oil from the
Castor Bean to lubricate its thousands of air
craft motors. This is very important, if we are
to whip Germany in the speedy manner we hope
The government guarantees a top price for
all of the lans that Florida can grow.
j Nothing will make more money to the acre
and quicker returns.
' The Government through my firm will
supply you with seed and fertilizer and full in-
structions on how- to grow and save the beans.
CastoE beans will grpw ; 'prolifially in Florida-
I will beat the Harrington Hall Hotel, Sat-;
urday Feb. 2nd, allMay and evening, the pur purpose
pose purpose of making contracts vith farmers for the
growing of the Castor beans. -Call on me there.,
It is your opportunity to help your country
win the war of democracy and humanity.
" 'IT.-" :t?
. Copies; MSIleF V :
Harrington Mall Hotel . Ocala, Florida
Artist Drove All Desire for Con-J
test Out of Challenger.
Display of Marksmanship Sufficient,
According to Story of Student Days
of Late William Merritt Qhase.
v ... ,"
- A good story about the student days
of the late William M. Chase, the noted
artist, Is told in the Century in illus illustration
tration illustration of the fact that although a
peaceable person Chase had in his na nature
ture nature a great capacity for righteous in indignation.
dignation. indignation. "The, demand for justice
was one of his beautiful qualities,"
writes Katherine Metcalf Roof. "Yet
his pgychoogioaT processes were such
that the results of his acts were not
infrequently in ludicrous contrast with
his entirely praiseworthy intentions.
A typical adventure of this sort befell
him in Madrid.
"He had heard a great deal of the
cruelty of the Spaniard to animals,
stories to which the painfur sights of
maltreated horses and donkeys usual
In Latin countries had given corrobo corroboration.
ration. corroboration. One of the tales that had par particularly
ticularly particularly inflamed him was a statement
that the Spaniards were in the habit of
giving a small quantity of poison to
dogs, but not sufficient to kill, in order
to amuse themselves with the sight of
the animal's suffering Whether true
or not, the story made a great Impres Impression
sion Impression upon the artist's mind.. One day
as he was passing a house Iir Madrid a t.
dog, frothing at the mouth and contort contorted
ed contorted In apparent agony, tumbled out of a
doorway, accompanied by a pursuing
crowd of men. The painter's humane
Indignation being aroused at this hor horrid
rid horrid proof .of the truth of the tale, he
acted swiftly. Mercy demanded that
the animal be put out of its. miseryat
once. He. raised his cane, and with
strong and unerring aim brought Its
head down upon the animal's skull,
promptly ending its supposed suffer sufferings
ings sufferings forever. But the result was a
mob, much tumult, an angry and
threatening babel of voices in an un unknown,
known, unknown, tongue.
"Upon the sea of this picturesque,
but not reassuring, mob Chase was
borne along the narrow street until
they ctaanced upon a circus tent. At
its door stood a ticket nhm who. was
able to act as interpreter, and when it
was revealed that the dog had been
suffering merely from a common fit,
and however he may or may not have
been treated in life, he was now, it
seemed, passionately mourned by his
outraged master, whose grief demand demanded
ed demanded that Chase fight a duel with himon
A U FOUGH
f jT s -s
SAINT LEO, PASCO
DEAL- BOARDHIG SCHOOL
Courses in Classics, Science and Commerce. Also
( Primary Department. Send for Catalogue,
Rev. F. Benedict, Director.
OPENS FOR THE FALL TERM, WEDNESDAY, SET. 12, 1917.
rtne spot, a sort or truce was patcnea
up, and the painter was allowed to go
home, but that afternoon he received
an invitation to visit a certain cafe. In
the evening in order to discuss the
matter further. It became evident, that
the Idea of vengeance still possessed
the mind of the bereaved dog owner.
. "Now, Chase was-a crack shot. He
accepted the invitation to the cafe, and
while they sat there In clouds of
smoke, to the accompaniment of gui guitars,
tars, guitars, he amiably amused his audience
with the exhibition of his skill, such
as cutting a thread with a shot, shoot shooting
ing shooting a tiny tack suspended from a mov moving
ing moving string and splitting a card placed
edgewise In a crack in the wall. And
as .the enthusiasm of the audience
waxed greater, from the tail of tis eye
he saw his enemy shrivel against the
wall. It was clear that he had lost
all desire for a contest of arms with
the painter. Chase heard no more of
the duel of the dog."
Joy in Trying.
. Do not allow yourself to just drift
along through life. Set before, you an
aim, some real purpose. Cultivate hope
and ambition to accomplish something.
Do not be contented to let things hap happen
pen happen ; make things happen. Whatever
your business or occupation, aim to ex excel
cel excel In It. Financial gain is not all one
gets from labor well performed. Tour
character Is elevated and your mind is
enlarged and the-satisfaction In having
done well is the most real joy. 1 Don't
be afraid to set your aim high. Gild
it with your highest ideals. Let the
hope of its attainment nerve your
every act. Turn incidents and cir circumstances
cumstances circumstances toward the attainment of
your aim. If you have no aim, you
reach nowhere. A life without a pur purpose
pose purpose is a dreary thing, without real
joy. Suppose you fail to reach the
heights you have set -as your stand standard;
ard; standard; you will have gone higher, ihan
If you had not striven;" You will be
'more useful, of more worth, than if
you had not tried. Milwaukee Jour Journal.
nal. Journal. Advertise in the Star.
FOR YDUIIG GFNTIFMFfl
HOLIES A1F JD --
Get My Bulletin,
J. EL BRINSON Ocala'
UNDERTAKERS nd EMMLMERS
PHONES 47, 104 205
-Built for Service"
H. O. RIDDLE Dealer
Florida House. Ocala, Fla.
Careful Estimates made on all Con lf
tract work. Give3 More and Better
Work for "the'" Money than any -other
YtT. K. Lane, 31. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala,
We have left a few of those 23-cent
boxes of Correspondence Cards which
we think will please you. Gerig's
Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have us fill your
prescriptions for accurate service.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
Ths best line of stationery we have
ever shown at Gerig's Draz Store, tf"
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