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BRITISH LINES HAVE NOT
DESPERATE BRAVERY OF THE GERMANS HAS PILED
THE ALLIES FRONT HIGH WITH THEIR DEAD
British Army Headquarters in
France, March 26. There is reason
to believe that in the next few hours
important events will be recorded
which may lead to the betterment of
the armies stemming the. German on onslaught.
slaught. onslaught. ATTACK WAS SMASHED
The heavy German attack yester yesterday
day yesterday about Ervilles was smashed com completely
pletely completely by the heavy British artillery
SHOT THRU OPEN SIGHTS
All reports show that the German
losses yesterday were extremely
heavy. The enemy advanced with the
utmost bravery against the Allied
gunners who were firing thru open
TEUTONS ARE PAYING A TRE TREMENDOUS
MENDOUS TREMENDOUS TOLL
London, March 26. Exacting the
heaviest toll for every fjot of ground,
the British line continues to with withdraw
draw withdraw slowly before the pressure of
the German masses, Reuters corres correspondent
pondent correspondent at the British headquarters
reports. Over a large part of the bat battle
tle battle zone, the retirement' is voluntary,
in order to. maintain an unbroken
TEUTONS BEHIND TIME
Prisoners say the advance of the
Germans is behind their schedule.-
' SKODA GUNS ARE SCARCE
Geneva, March 26. The long long-gun
gun long-gun bombarding Paris, according to
Vienna dispatches, is of Austrian
manufacture, having been built at the
Skoda factory. The type of the gun
itself is not new. Its novelty comes
from the new type of shell and the
explosive gases used in the gun. It
is reported that there are only two or
three of the weapons.
TEUTONS HAVE PLAYED THEIR
The French Front in France, Mon Monday,
day, Monday, March 25. Entire confidence
reigns that the Germans' last trump
in the great wo rid -war will be over overtrumped
trumped overtrumped .when the proper moment
comes. There is every sign that the
German attack" is being slackened.
FRENCH ON LEFT BANK OF THE
OISE HOLD FIRM
Paris, March 26. The battle con con-tinues
tinues con-tinues with the greatest violence. The
Germans are making still greater ef efforts
forts efforts along the whole front between
Noyon and Chaulnes, the war office
announces. Noyon was evacuated
last .night by the French. The left
bank of the Oise is being held firmly
by the French.
NOT MUCH FIGHTING LAST
London, March 26. The fighting
died down during the night, the war
office reports. The British have es established
tablished established themselves in their new po positions
sitions positions east of Roye and Albert. The
Germans this -morning began new at attacks
tacks attacks against combined French and
British forces south of the Somme.
EIGHT HUNDRED AND FORTY
The German losses are so great the
enemy has been obliged to bring re reinforcements
inforcements reinforcements from all parts of the
western front. The war office has
established the fact that seventy Ger German
man German divisions or about 840,000 men
have been engaged.
Latest Nev.s Says There Has Been
Little Change in the
With the British Army in France,
March 26. During the night there
was comparatively little change' in the
lines. No heavy attack this -morning
had been reported to 10 o'clock.
The British are still holding strong strongly
ly strongly between Combles and Albert: Fur Further
ther Further north some gains were made by
a Heavy Penalty. File Your Income vTax
War Department's Reasons for Giv Giving
ing Giving Only Names of American
Killed and Wounded
Washington, March 26. The offi official
cial official statement of the war depart department's
ment's department's reasons for announcing only
the names of Americans killed or
wounded in France has been submit submitted
ted submitted to the Senate by Major General
SHUT OFF THE SPIELERS
The discontinuance of all freight
and passenger traffic solicitation ., by
individual lines has been ordered, it
became known today.
, A seaplane accident at Pensacola,
resulting in the death of Ensign
Michael J. Delehanty, naval reserves,
Boston, was reported by the navy de department
partment department today.
' MONEY FOR McADOO
The ways and means committee of
the House has tentatively agreed on
the bill to give Secretary McAdoo
power to issue eight billions in cer certificates
tificates certificates of indebtedness, double the
amount now authorized.
Significant as to What Might Pos Possibly
sibly Possibly Happen in this City
Lima, O., "March 26. A mob at
Delphas, near here, last night began
making a house to house canvass,
draging every suspected pro-German
from his bed, taking him downtown
and forcing him to salute the Amer American
ican American flag under pain of being hanged
to a tree.
Rode Woman on a Rail
Benton, 111., March 26-Five hun hundred
dred hundred members of the Loyalty League
of West Frankfort, near here, late
yesterday seized Mrs. Frances Ber Bergen,
gen, Bergen, a woman of Bohemian birth,
from municipal officers, rode her on a
rail through the main street of the
town and compelled her to wave an
American flag throughout the trip.
At frequent intervals the procession
paused while Mrs. Bergen was com compelled
pelled compelled to shout praise for President
Forced to Kiss the Flag
Duquoin, 111., March 26. Erron Erroneous
eous Erroneous reports of a great American vic victory
tory victory in France resulting in the cap capture
ture capture of 80,000 Germans, led today to
a gratification meeting which de developed
veloped developed into a "loyalty" demonstra demonstration.
tion. demonstration. Three alleged pro-Germans were
forced to kiss the flag.
SELECTED MEN WILL
, LEAVE OCALA SUNDAY
Owing to a change in arrange arrangements
ments arrangements made by the American Rail Railway
way Railway Association; which is in charge
of the transportation of troops, the
white selects leave Ocala for Camp
Jackson Sunday instead of Friday.
They will leave on No. 40 of the A.
C. L. at 1:14 p. m. Following ar
Oliver P. Meadows, Thomas S.
Clayton, Hume A. Vann, Francis E.
Harris. Jr.,. Charles G. Miller, William
Half ord, Ernest E. Schenck, Bascom
H. King, Clyde D. Jordan, Arthur E.
Colding, James Russell, f Grover ,H.
Star ads. are business builders.
OCALA, FLORIDA; TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1918.
ANYWHERE BEEN BROKEN
Washington, March 26. Secretary
McAdoo announced last night that
the ambunt of the third Liberty Loan
would be three billion dollars at four
and a quarter per cent .interest, and
that all subscriptions would be ac accepted.
New bonds will be non-convertable,
but the first and second issues will be
convertible into new securities. Au Authority
thority Authority to issue four and a half bil billion
lion billion dollars worth of additional bonds
is proposed in new loan legislation
ready for submission to congress.
Financial observers were surprised
at the comparative small size of the
loan and interest rate,, both of which
it was expected would be higher.
Reduction of government expenses
and allied loans below the former es estimate
timate estimate was responsible for the size of
the third loan, Secretary McAdoo ex explained.
plained. explained. He said the bonds were made
non-convertible to put an end to the
expectation of higher interest rates
in the future.
In connection with the loan, the sec
retary plans, a sinking fund to pur
chase back bonds thrown on the mar
ket. Legislation for this is expected
to be rushed through this week.
A BADGE OF HONOR
New York, March 26. Subscribers
to the third Liberty Loan will receive
an artistic button bearing a border
of brilliant red, with a blue field and
a Liberty Bell and the wording,
"Third Liberty Loan" in white. Six Sixteen
teen Sixteen million buttons are ready for de delivery.
livery. delivery. ANOTHER CALL FOR
Washington, March 26. The Mer Merchants
chants Merchants & Miners Transportation com company
pany company has filed with the Interstate
Commerce Commission its application
for increased rail and water rates
ranging from three to ten cents, from
New York, Philadelphia and Balti Baltimore
more Baltimore to points in Eastern Georgia
and Western Florida.
From the Office of Federal Food Ad Ad-Ministrator,
Ministrator, Ad-Ministrator, Braxton Beacham
Wholesalers and" jobbers handling
feed are hereby notified that the fol following
lowing following ruling is in effect and must be
strictly adhered to. Retail dealers
must strictly conform to the require requirements
ments requirements of this ruling also.
In' car lots of 'mill feeds, the mar margin
gin margin of profit will be 50 cents per ton.
In less than lots, $1 per ton. Deliver Delivered
ed Delivered to customers when additional de delivery
livery delivery beyond railroad point or from
warehouse is necessary. $1.50 per ton
Retailers will be allowed $3 per ton
at point of purchase, or $4 per ton
Millers may add a jobbers profit in
selling to retailers and consumers in
lots of one ton or more, and they may
add a retailers profit to the mill price
in selling to consumers in less than
one ton lots.
The margin of profit must be strict strictly
ly strictly adhered to by all dealers and any
reports of higher margins charged by
wholesalers, jobbers, or retailers, will
be cause for immediate investigation.
Federal Food Administrator, Florida.
Our terms ttrictly cash, our service
the very best. Williams & Fox Auto,
service oiauoo. xv-u.
FILL THE ILL
American Lines in the Toul Sector,
However, Were Not Much -Affected
' (Associated Press)
With the American Army, France,
Monday, r March 25. The American
position in a certain part of the Toul
sector was bombarded with mustard
gas shells at the rate of six per min minute
ute minute last night, but ineffectively. The
American artillery replied with a
heavy fire and demolished segments
of the enemy's first lines at other
New York, March 26, 4 p. nu Ter Terrific
rific Terrific explosions in a brick building in
Jersey City this afternoon shook both
Jersey City and New York, all but
causing a panic for a brief time. The
buildings covering nearly two city
blocks are on fire. The explosions in indicated
dicated indicated that the warehouses contain contain-ed
ed contain-ed ammunition.
THE PIPER'S PAY
A one-act comedy to be given &s
the second part of the Liliputian Fete
at the Temple theater, Monday eve evening,
ning, evening, April 1st, to raise funds for the
purchase of play apparatus for the
Caste of Characters
Hostess, Mrs. John Burton (Peggy)
Miss Adela Ax.4
Frieda Dixton: Miss Doris Murry;
Mrs. Charles Dorer (Mabel): Miss
Dorothy Hickman, friends of Mrs.
Reporter," Evelyn Evans: Miss
Detective, Mary Clark: Miss Coni Coni-bear.
bear. Coni-bear. Society notable, Mrs. Hereford
Carr: Miss Caroline Harriss.
Maid, Katy: Miss Marguerite Ed Edwards.
The personnel of the actors gives
positive assurance of a splendid pro production
duction production of this clever little play.
Synopsis of Plot
Mrs. Burton and her chums, Frieda
and Mabel, have the fad of collectins
spoons as souvenirs from famous
restaurants and hotels. The proprie proprietors
tors proprietors of these have formed an associa association
tion association to punish offenders of this kind.
Mary .Clark, a detective, is in their
employ. Engaged by Mrs. Burton to
watch her maid, Katy, whom she sus suspects
pects suspects of stealing jewelry, etc., Mary
accidentally discovers the spoon col collection
lection collection -and reports the matter to the
restaurant association. SLe threatens
Mrs. Burton with immediate arrest
but a prominent friend of the latter,
Mrs. Hereford Carr, comes to the
rescue, and owing to her great social
influence, brings about peace. A
newspaper reporter, Evelyn Evans,
adds a touch of interest. v
Bring your car to Williams & Fox,
a reliable repair shop. 19-tf
Return Before April First
A mericah Confidence Has Not
Been Abated by the News
New York, March 26. An extra extraordinary
ordinary extraordinary demand for Liberty bonds,
particularly the second fours, featur featured
ed featured the opening of the stock market.
This great demand probably resulted
from the publication of details of the
forthcoming third loan.
"" POMP OF WAR IS PASSING
The pomp and pageantry of war
fast are disappearing. The days are
gone when a "thin red line," advanc advancing
ing advancing with colors flying and bayonets
gleaming, presented the enemy with
In the first place, the resplendent
uniform has been discarded by all
belligerents for one of somber, in inconspicuous
conspicuous inconspicuous hue. The reason is ob obvious
vious obvious the human target is delineated
with dangerous distinctness when
bright colors are worn. For almost
the same reason, bayonets are no lon longer
ger longer burnished. A raiding party, lurk lurking
ing lurking in No-Man's Land cannot afford
to have its presence betrayed by the
gleam of light from a star-shell on a
polished piece of steel.
Moreover, the regimental stand standards
ards standards usually are left at headquarters.
A color sergeant probably would find
himself in a different position is con confronted
fronted confronted with the necessity of fighting
off an enemy and keeping the flag
waving at the same time.
A sad feature of the present war is
that there will be no "youngest
drummer boy." For many years the
proud individual who held this dis distinction
tinction distinction in the civil war has been dy dying
ing dying off by hundreds, so perhaps many
post-bellum controversies have been
averted by eliminating the pictures picturesque
que picturesque boyish figure.
The blare of bands usually has been
associated with memorable advance
of troops, but the musicians' now can
be convinced very easily that trench
concerts might prove unhealthy.
There, still remains, however, the
skirl of the bagpipes.
The general of the lace-encumbered
uniform and flowing hat plumes
has passed out with the horse-hairi
sofa period, so far as field service is
concerned. In the. gloomy corridors
of the state, war and navy buildings
there is on display in glass cases
mannikins attired in the uniform
worn by American soldiers at various
periods of the country's history. A
continental warrior, clad in a blue
coat with buff facings and wearing a
perilously balanced three-cornered
hat, comparesut poorly in apparent
efficiency with ihe trim fighting man :
of today. The garb of the modern
American soldier is developed along
strictly utilitarian lines. The dull
khaki tone blends into the landscape
at a distance and the broad-brim
campaign hat offers protection from
the sun. The "tin hat,' 'or steel helmet
worn in trench warfare, also has been
adopted by the expeditionary forces.
The civilian, however, still finds
room for mystification in endeavoring
to find why the bluejackets still wear
the halo-like hat and broad-bottomed
trousers, apparent survivals from the
days of the frigate.
No narrative of a heroic charge in
wars of bygone days was complete
without a picture of an officer lead leading
ing leading his men .with sword in hand. Now,
is isn't done. The man with the sword
readily is distinguished by the enemy
as an officer and as such a desirable
target for rifle and machine gun fire.
In civil war days, and as recently
as the Spanish war, soldiers and of5-
nightly about the campfire. In history
VOL. 25, NO. 74
TEUTON'S flU 0!
Claim They All Returned Undamaged
from Smashing the En Enemy's
emy's Enemy's Columns
Berlin, Monday, March 25. Ger German
man German tanks, reinforced by captured
British tanks, took a leading part in
breaking the enemy's brave resis resistance,
tance, resistance, says a semi-official statement.'
The mobility of the tanks is universal-,
ly praised. All are said to have re returned
turned returned undamaged.
OCALA'S HONOR ROLL
Navy Recruiting Station,
Postofiice Building, Boom 301,
Ocala, Fla., March 26, 1918.
Thomas Watson Graham, lstachat lstachat-ta,
ta, lstachat-ta, Fla., applied at this station for
enlistment as radio operator in the
U. S. navy and was sent to Atlanta
for final examination, where he was
accepted and sent to a training sta station.
There is an urgent need of carpen carpenters
ters carpenters for aviation duty and any in information
formation information desired about this rating
may be had by calling at or writing
Medical Corps Open
Wanted, young men between the
ages of 18 and 25 for the medical
corps. Requirements for this branch
of the service are a grammar school school-education
education school-education and physical examination.
Wm. B. Schlereth,
Commissary Steward, U. S. N.
CHRISTIAN CHURCH TONIGHT
Preaching at 7:30. Everyone cor cordially
dially cordially invited. Subject, "Jesus Christ,
Servant and Prophet." Christ gave tt
the world no material gift, but that
which was infinitely better: service.
Christ taught that man in order to be
great must serve and that in order to
be useful to God he must first be
useful to man.
C. E. Wyatt, Minister.
J and fiction, descriptions are not lack
ing of the anxious officers who studied
out plans for the morrow's campaign
by the flickering blazes. Campfires in
France, if. built at all, are -located
deep in a dug-out, as their presence
above ground would serve admirably
as a range-finder for the foe's artil
But the element of individual and
mass gallantry nevertheless still sur survives
vives survives and to a greater extent. As
long as history lives, men will re remember
member remember the stand of the French at
Verdun, English tenacity at the
Somme, the wild recklessness of the
Canadians at Vimy ridge, the sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice of the Anzacs at Gallipoli, and
theproverbial courage of v the Irish,
who, it is said, charged into a wither withering
ing withering fire at Loos kicking a football be before
fore before them.
The Americans of the expedition expeditionary,
ary, expeditionary, forces have had their baptism of
fire and have not been found wanting.
uphold and to increase.
OCALA VMLNG STaK, TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1918
OCALA EVENING STAR
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and also the local news published
herein. All rights of republication of
special dispatches herein are also re reserved.
served. reserved. ,.
and probably a roat, Weber- and URGED TO SLAY
Schumert Austnans, and Schumann AND SPARE NOT
and Wagner Saxons. Richard Strauss
wa3 a Bavarian, Mendelssohn a Jew, j German Soldiers rere Incited to Acts
and Brahms a native of Hamburg. of Cnielty by General Von
ueemoven was uurn m jvm u vrao i
-xn-,im Qor,t Bussing
HOW OCALA SHOULD The horrors deliberately and sys-
TREAT COPPERHEADS tematically inflicted upon the people
of Belgium by the German soldiers, j
Owing to the remarks made by a
certain citizen, already referred to in
the Star, who designated the Ameri American
can American armv in: France as a gang of
under the orders of their command'
in g officers, are shown in all their
hidedusness by official documents
tramps, and manifested great elation! and the testimony of eye-witnesses,
over the report tnat uerman guns ietters written by Ger Ger-were
were Ger-were killing French women and chil- ... 9 7,
dren in Paris, the treatment of cop- soldterstnthe field- The bra-
perheads has furnished some subject ten effort of Emperor William to
for discussion among our people. Al
most all say that any such person
should be jailed, and a good many
favor the hickory bark tea treatment.
If there was any considerable num
cast the odium of the fearful deeds
on the Belgians is also shown. Quo
tations given are from documents
already made public or in the pos-
ber of copperheads in Ocala, the Star session of the government at Wash-
would lead a crusade-against them ington.
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would lead it with a gun if necessary.
There are, however, comparatively
few of the reptiles in this community,
and they are almost harmless. They
are all politically and socially dead,
and one is physically dead, but is too
infernally stingy to pay an undeK
taker to bury him.
As for the man who made the latest
outbreak, the Star isn't sure but
what he is more entitled to pity than
censure. He may have brooded over
his fancied wrongs until he is at
east partly irresponsible. It is dim-
cult for us to believe that a man who
has children of his own can be in his
sober senses if he is glad to know
that women and children, even in an
enemy country, are being murdered
without a chance either of defense or
Ocala has become' so free from guile
than even a lady may go out between
The people of Ocala should get to to-eether
eether to-eether and give the drafted men who
leave next Sunday a big send-off. They
are going away to do their part in the
greatest task this nation ever entered
Up to last Saturday night, Ocal
had invested $17,775.48 in war sav savings
ings savings stamps. St. Petersburg, Orlando
and Quincy are the Florida towns do doing
ing doing better in proportion to population
This Interview was reproduced In
Ithe Berliner Tageblatt of November
Mr. F. C. Walcott of the Belgian re-
ilipf commission tells in the Geograph-
i i ir 1 43 -mrn 1Q17 rtf Tvivat--
lng Gen von Bernhardt:
fore the war was carried on with the
object of impressing upon the minds
of the Gerraansthe treacherous nature
of the peoples against whom the mili military
tary military lenders were anxious to wage
war. Not only were the Germans grad gradually
ually gradually le3 to believe that it was neces necessary
sary necessary to fight 'a defensive war against
unscrupulous foes, but also that these
foes would violate every precept of hu humanity,
manity, humanity, and consequently must be
crushed without mercy as a measure
of self-defense. The fruits of this
campaijrn of suspicion arid hatred be became
came became evident when almost at the out outbreak
break outbreak of the war many Germans be became
came became possessed with the belief that
the-whole population of Belgium, the
first country to be Invaded, had vio vio-ilated
ilated vio-ilated every rule of honorable warfare,
;that the francs-tireurs (guerrillas)
were everywhere present doing their
deadly work in secrecy or under the
'cover of darkness; that women and
seven children were mutilating and klll klll-Ing
Ing klll-Ing the wounded or helpless prisoners.
Extract from a letter written by a
Jerman soldier to his brother. (This
.letter, now in the possession of the
TJnited States government, was obtain obtained
ed obtained for this pamphlet from Mr. J. C.
Grew, formerly secretary to the United
States embassy at Berlin.)
"November 4, 1914.
The battles are everywhere ex-
! J 1 A t a FT1
Aa T wfllbPd ont. Gen. von Bern- nemeiy tenacious ana Diooay. -me
hard! came into the room, an expert Euglishmen we hate most and we want
artilleryman, a professor In one of
their war colleges. I met him the
next morning, and he asked me If I
had read his book, 'Germany In the
"I said I had. He said: Do you
know, my friends nearly ran me out
of the country for that?' They said.
You have let the -cat out of the bag.
jX said, xno, x nave hoi, uetuuse uuwuj
. . .m I W1 I DP11HVH IL. ,T IXO.L UiU JUU luiun.
escape, it s our opinion tnat u anj
legal proceedings are taken agamst hv t.
him it should be in the form of a ald, '(feneral I did no : believe a
commission to inquire into his sanity, worn ox
and if such a commission decides that UUU1U "L
he should not be sent to a lunatic asy- an infm
lum, then lOyal men and women should jactuauy pieaseu.
strictly ignore him. If he can have j opeaiang on auSuu r,
no communication except with other Munter, of the extreme measures
copperheads, he will be darned lone- jwhicn tne uerman. ix opuju w
some in this town.
W. R. ENGLEBY
Ivfnm Clan vati niiurinar ald:
- v fZ7
The Innocent must suffer with the
ta the repression of
Infamy, human Uvea cannot be spared.
and If Isolated houses, flourishing vll-
Many Ocala friends deeply "regret
to near oi me aeaui ox mr. vy. xv. aya qi.
Enirlebv. which occurred at 1 o'clock t ir
this morning at his home in Roanoke,
Va., caused by pneumonia.
Activity in all lines .of the gun di
vision of the army bureau of ordnance
was shown in a report of the dms
. ion, which stated, among other things
that sixteen plans-now are ready for
the manufacture of mobile artillery.
Beginning next week, and lasting
all summer, we suppose, a spooning
couple will look at the clock as the
hands approach midnight,, ami say
"O, well, the old thing is- ahead o
time anyhow," and proceed to spoon
an hour longer.
So urgent is the government's
need for bookkeepers that civil serv service
ice service examinations to fill positions of
" this character will be held throughout
the United States each Tuesday until
further notice. Women as .well as
men are eligible.
Altho over military age, and ham
pefeel with inferior eyesight, Frank
Huff aker of the Tampa Times con continues
tinues continues to try to break into the army.
His spunk should make able-bodied
young men who are trying to keep out
of the service ashamed of themselves.
Every once in awhile there comes
out of Germany, an indication that
the socialists of that country are far
from being satisfied with the policy
of their government toward Belgium,
France and Russia. We, shouldn't be
too harsh in our judgment of German
socialists. Their heads are in the
Mr. Engleby and his family lived in
Ocala several years and were active
members of the Methodist church.
Mr. -Engleby was an uncle of Mr. E.
C. Bennett of this city, but they were
more like brothers, and if possible Mr.
Bennett will leave : this afternoon for
Roanoke to attend the funeral.
The bereaved family have the deep
sympathy of their Ocala friends.
hllated,Nthat is assuredly regrettable,
but It must not excite ill-timed sentl-
i mentality. All this must not in our
ieves weigh as much as the lire or a
'rinrie one of our brave soldiers the
rlgorousaccompllshment of duty is the
I emanation of a high kultur, and In
S that, the population of the enemy
jcountries can learn a lesson from our
Officers Encouraged Atrocities.
Gen. von Blssing, after his appolnt-
iment as governor general of Belgium
There is manifest in some quarters 'repeated in substance the above opin opin-an
an opin-an impatience because the auditor's jion to a Dutch journalist. The inter inter-report
report inter-report on city finances has not been view, is published In the Dusseldorfer
Women are to be taken on as rural
route mail carriers all over the coun
try as a war emergency measure, ac
cording to information given today in
the office of the fourth assistant
postmaster general, James I. Blaks Blaks-lee.
lee. Blaks-lee. The first examination to which
women will be eligible will take place
on April 27, in all sections where
there are vacancies and where men
carriers are unattainable. v
published, coupled, with the insinua
tion that it would have been had not!
something been wrong. The auditor's
report was made at the last meeting
of the council and referred to the
proper committee, which will report
or it tonight. This is all right and
regular, as any person acquainted
with the usual -procedure should
know. We think the auditor's report
should be printed and it probably
will, but it is a very lengthy one it j
will take up several newspaper col
umns, and .the city papers don't
think it should be required of them to
print it for nothing. And the council!
may think it an useless expenditure
to print it, when it is on file at the
clerk's office, any any citizen can see
it. When it is printed, if it is print-!
ed, it's the Star's opinion that the
people who are so anxiously hoping
for evidence of incompetence and dis
honesty in the city government-will
be sadly disappointed.
Four years ago, the Mexicans tore
down the statue of Washington in
Mexico City, and Americans generally
denounced the meanness and childish
ness of the Mexicans. Now, a member
of the Senate has introduced a bill
into Congress to the effect that the
statue of Frederick the Great -in
Washington be pulled down and melt
ed into ammunition. Americans
should not' imitate the childishness of
Mexicans. Frederick the Great was a
friend to 'America, and his statue
should stand, not only "as a tribute to
his friendship but, as a proof that our
own nation is intelligent and broad-
Anzelger of December 8, 1914.
Irvln S. Cobb states his conclusions
Ion the responsibility of the higher Ger-
man command for the atrocities :
"But I was an eyewitness to crimes
which, measured by the standards of
humanity and civilization, impressed
me as worse than any Individual ex ex-icess,
icess, ex-icess, any Individual outrage, could
ever have been or can ever be; be be-Icause
Icause be-Icause these crimes Indubitably were
!instigated on a wholesale basis by or or-iier
iier or-iier of officers of rank, and must have
'been carried out under their personal
supervision, direction, and approval,
Taking the physical evidence offer offered
ed offered before our own eyes, and buttress buttressing
ing buttressing It with the statements made to us,
not only by natives, but German sol soldiers
diers soldiers and German officers, we could
reach but one conclusion which was
that here, In such and such a place,
those in command had said to the
troops: Spare this town and these
people.' And there they had said:
'Waste this town and shoot these peo
ple. And here the troops had discrim discriminate
inate discriminate spared, and there they had In
discriminately wasted, In exact ac
cordance with the word of their supe superiors.'
riors.' superiors.' Irvln Cobb, Speaking of Prus
sians, New York, 1917, pp. 82-34.
Hoodwinked German People.
These. Ideas, then, were systemat
ically impressed upon the military and
official classes. It was necessary,
however,' to work upon the minds of
the German people, so that Jhey might
lend themselves to the inhuman poli policies
cies policies advocated by the military leaders.
To do this was difficult, for, as has
been shown often, many of the civil
ian leaders of public opinion, time and
mindfd. Pnllinp' down a. statue of
George III. and melting it into bul- '.again, expressed their horror of the
lets during the revolution was both new spirit which was animating the
Looks good to see busy and sub
stantial men of affairs like Wallace
Stovall, W. G. Brorein, Edgar Wright,
Henry Snow, and others, marching in
the home guard forces, as might
have been seen at the patriotic rally
at Plant City yesterday. It indicates
that this is an organiaztion which ap appeals
peals appeals to the worth -while people as a
branch of the service no less hoonr hoonr-able
able hoonr-able or necessary than that which
calls to the front. Lakeland Tele Telegram.
gram. Telegram. Stovall, Wright, et als, are really a
fine example to younger men.
One of our state exchanges -says:
'While German music is one. of the
great art possessions of humanity, it
is a remarkable fact that not one of
the great German composers was a
Prussian. Bach was a Thuringian,
Handel a Saxon, Gluck and Mozart
Bavarian's, Haydn an Austrian subject
sensible and timely, but strafing a
man who lived a century or more ago j
for what his descendents are doing
now is as silly as strafing the people
of today for what their ancestors did
far back in the dim past.
FROM THE MAYOR
The first anniversary of our en entrance
trance entrance into the great war for liberty
and humanity has been selected as
the psychological moment for begin beginning
ning beginning the campaign for the third lib
erty loan. On that day, the 6th of I
April, there will be held a patriotic
demonstration, in which all our peo people
ple people will participate, and pursuant to
the success of this occasion, it is re requested
quested requested that all ; of our business
houses close their doors between the
hours of 8 and 9:30 p. m.
: V J. E. Chace, Mayor.
Sea Island Cotton Seed, direct from
Edisto Island, just received at Ocala
Seed Store: 8-tf
military authorities. The relchstag
debates give ample evidence of this,
and the task of the military leaders
would have been still more difficult If
the relchstag had any real power.
(See War Information Series No. 3,
"Tho Government of Germany;" see
also Gerard's "My Four Years in Ger
many," chapter 2.) ,..
The military authorities and those
in sympathy with them have done all
in their power to stimulate a hatred of
other peoples in the minds of the Ger Germans.
mans. Germans. A campaign of education be-
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to get even with them for once. While
one now and then sees French prison prisoners,
ers, prisoners, one hardly ever beholds French
black troops or Englishmen. These
good people are not overlooked by our
infantrymen; that sort of people is
mowed down without mercy. The
losses of the Englishmen must be enor
mous. There is a desire to wipe them
out, root and alL"
Urged to Kill Without Pity.
Extract from another letter to a
-Schleswig, 25, 8 14 (Aug. 25, 1914).
"Dear Brother, . You will
ishortly go to Brussels with your regi regi-jment,
jment, regi-jment, as you know. Take care to pro
tect yourself against these civilians.
! especially in the villages. Do not let
Janyone come too near: They are very
.clever, cunning, fellows, these Bel
gians; even the women and children
.are armed, and fire their guns. Never
'go inside a house, especially alone.
!If you take anything to drink make
'the Inhabitants drink first, and keep at
!a distance from them. The newspa-
'pers relate numerous cases in which
,they have fired on our soldiers whilst
ithey were drinking. You soldiers must
spread around so much fear of your
selves that no civilian will venture
to come near you. Remain always in
the company of others. I hope that
you have read the newspapers and that
you know how to behave. Above an
have no compassion for these cut cutthroats.
throats. cutthroats. Make for them without pity
with the butt-end of your rifle and the
"Your brother, Wrm.
The emperor gavs his sanction to
the reports of the brutal acts of the
Belgians in a telegram to President
"Berlin, via Copenhagen, Sept. 7, 1914.
1 feel It my duty, Mr. President,
to Inform you as the most prominent
representative of principles of human humanity,
ity, humanity, that after taking the French fort
ress of Longwyt my troops discovered
there thousands of. dumdum cartridges
made by special government machin
ery. The same kind of ammunition
was found on killed and wounaea
troops and prisoners, also on -the Brit
ish troops. You know what terrlDie
wounds and suffering these bullets in
flict and that their use is strictly for
bidden by the established rules of in
ternational law. I therefore address
a solemn protest to you against this
kind of warfare, which, owing to the
methods of our adversaries, has be
come one of the most barbarous known
in history. Not only have they em employed
ployed employed these atrocious weapons, but
vho Belgian government has openly en encouraged
couraged encouraged and long since carefully pre prepared
pared prepared the participation of the Belgian
civil population In the fighting. The
atrocities committed even by women
and priests in this guerrilla, warfare.
also on wounded soldiers, medical stan
and nurses, doctors killed, hospitals
attacked by rifle fire, were such that
my generals finally were compelled to
take the most drastic measures In or or-!der
!der or-!der to punish the guilty and to fright
en the bloodthirsty population rrom
continuing their work of vile murder
and horror. Some villages and even
the old town of Loewen (Louvaln),
excepting the, fine hotel de ville, had
to be destroyed In self-defense, and
for the protection of my troops. My
heart bleeds when I see that such
'rrrpnsnres have become unavoidable
and when I think of the numerous In
'nocent people who lose their home and
'property as a consequence of the bar bar-ibarous
ibarous bar-ibarous behavior of those criminals.
Signed. William, Emperor and King.
. Lorenz Muller in the German Cath-
lollc Review, Der Feis, February, 1915,
'.made the following statement in re
gard to the emperors telegram:
"Officially no Instance has been
proven of persons having fired with
the help of priests from the towers of
churches. All that has been made
known up to the present, and that has
been made the object of inquiry con
cerning alleged atrocities attributed to
Catholic priests during this war, has
been shown to be false and altogether
Imaginary, without any exception. Our
emperor telegraphed to the president
of the United States of America that
even women and priests had commit
ted atrocities during this guerrilla war
fare on wounded soldiers, doctors and
nurses attached to the field ambu ambulances.
lances. ambulances. How this telegram can be rec reconciled
onciled reconciled with the fact stated above we
shall not be able to learn until after
the federal land bank
is now investigating fiorida 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 fiorida.
if you have made an application for a loan, it
is of vital importance to you to show now that your
title security is as good as your value security. if
you have 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 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 possible time, the title data required in
connection with your loan.
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FREE any stove purchased at the gas office.
- Also discount of 10 per cent, will be allowed on first fifty
purchases of stoves or heaters.
We have a full line of stoves for your inspection at thej
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On all work intrusted to me'i
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condition that said 5 be in-..
vested in War Savings Stamps.
210 Osceola St. Ocala, Fia.
Those Hair and Clothes Brushes in
Gerig's window at one dollar each
have caused a great many to atop and
look. To look means to bay, so be
careful. Gerig's Drug Store. 2-20
If You Hare Any News for thia De Department,
partment, Department, Call Two-One-Five
A 'Homemade Poem
A little band of ladies
Wish to announce to you
Their sale of Easter presents,
And war-time candy, too.
Oh, yes! -Well have nice brown bread
That will just suit your taste;
Bread as good as grandma made,
And yet not half the waste.
Dont: forget the place and time,
The StylerHat Shop, on Main,
Nine a. m. to six p. m.;
Be there, sun or rain.
The time is March the twenty-eighth,
; So please keep that in mind.
Come, select a choice gift,
Hand-made ones youH find.
Tis time we tell who we are,
1 But kept the best for last;
Ladies of the Christian church,
You know us from the past.
Tomorrow is a wheatless day.
Notice to Members of Dickison Chap Chap-i
i Chap-i ter U. D. C x
The members of Dickison Chapter,
U. D. C.,, are requested to pay their
dues that' they may have representa representation
tion representation at. the state convention to be
held in Miami May 1st. These dues
must be sent to the state treasurer
by April 9th. Please pay dues to the
local treasurer, Mrs. D, M. Smith,
tf Mrs. W. W. Harriss, President.
Date of Silver Tea Changed
The members of Dickison Chapter,
U.-.D. C, had planned a silver tea for
Easter -Monday, to -be given at the
home of Mrs. R. B. Bhllock, but have
changed the date to Thursday after after-noonrAprir4,"from
noonrAprir4,"from after-noonrAprir4,"from 3:30 to 6 o'clock.
The proceeds of this tea will go to toward
ward toward the "state U. D. C 'fund for the
Jefferson Davis memorial cot to be
placed in the American hospital near
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Notice to .Woman's Club Members
; Members, of the Woman's Club who
have not received nominating-blanks,
can obtain them from Mrs. B. T. Per Perdue,,
due,, Perdue,, corresponding secretary. Only
those who have naid their dues will he
eligible to -vote; Members are re
quested to send in their blanks as
soon as made out to
18-3t v. i Mrs. G. T. Mauchs.
Chairman Nominating Committee.
Mrs. Belle Mershon left Friday for
a week's visit to her sister, Mrs.
Mrs. Stephen Jewett is expected
home Wednesday afternoon from a
visit to her Lakeland relatives. f
Mr. and Mrs. George Pasteur of
Anthony, were Ocala visitors last
night, coming to attend the minstrel.
Misses Caroline Harriss, Adela Ax
and Mr. W. W. Harriss motored to
Gainesville early this morning to
spend the day.
Mrs. Lee Maurer and'Miss Irene
Rhody of Pennsylvania, have return returned
ed returned to, Ocala after a delightful visit in
Daytona and other east coast points
Miss Ruby Knight left last Friday
for: Columbia, S. C, to visit' her
brother, Mr. Eugene Knight, station stationed
ed stationed at: Camp Jackson, until the last of
-The Ladies'. Aid b Society of the
Christian a church fwish --, to announce
their Easter sale of fancy work, war
candy! and .brown bread to be held
Thursday, March 2th,8 at the Style
Mr. and Mrs. i Clarence Zewadski
left yesterday afternoon for -Detroit,
where-they will reside in the future.
Mr and Mrs. Zewadski will make
their home with the latter's parents,
Mr. and Mrs. Medbury.
Mr. D. W?-Dayis and daughters,
Misses ; Elizabeth and Meme, Mrs.
Fred Robinson, Misses ; Lucile Robin Robinson
son Robinson and. Dorothy Klock formed a con congenial
genial congenial party motoring to Daytona
and Seabreeez Sunday.
Mrs. G. C. Shephard and daughter,
Mary Louise, have returned home
from, several weeks visit to Rev. and
Mrs. Earl Sheridan in Jacksonville
and to Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Ahern and
family in St. Augustine.
Ocala friends of Mr. Harry Merck,
who was born in Ocala nearly 21
years ago and who lived here for
many, years, will be interested to heai
that he has been in the service sev several
eral several months and recently graduated
from the U. S. naval radio school at
Harvard. Mr. Merck is now await awaiting
ing awaiting government orders, which he
hopes, will send his "over." Mr. Merck
is a nephew, of Mrs. 'B. H. Seymour
of this city, and his parents are now
residing in Eustis.
The guild members of Grace Epis Episcopal
copal Episcopal church held their regular meet meeting
ing meeting Monday afternoon at the home of
Mrs. F.,T. Schreiber. During the in informal
formal informal social hour which followed,
their next bride-to-be, Miss Anne
Moorhead, whose marriage to Mr. J.
L. Kelly Jr. of Gainesville is to be the
interesting event of Easter week, was
presented a war saving stamp. It has
always been the custom of the guild
members to present a gift to their
brides-to-be, and the war savings
stamp was especially appropriate for
Miss Moorhead at the eruild's first
Dr. Anna H. Shaw in Jacksonville
Dr. Anna Howard Shaw, the fa
mous woman lecturer and war work
er, stxike at the Duval theater in
Jacksonville last night under the au auspices
spices auspices of the state woman's commit
tee of tiie Council of National De
fence, on "Women in the War." Mrs.
William Hocker of this city, the state
chairman, presided at the meeting,
which opened at 8 o'clock. Mrs.
Hocker was assisted by Mrs. H. H.
Buckman, chairman of the education
Class Tea and Sale
The Earnest Workers class of th
Methodist Sunday school will give a
class tea and sale next Thursday aft
ernoon at the Methodist parsonage.
Handkerchiefs, aprons, cakes and
breads will be sold and the proceeds
will aid the building of the new Sun
day school room. All friends are cor
Those contributing books to the
book drive for the soldiers and sail-!
ors yesterday were: Mrs. C. W. Hun-i
ter, Mrs. W. W. Condon, Miss Sidne
Perry, Miss Marian Little, Mrs. T. T.
Munroe, Mrs. Eugene Pender, Mrs. R.
N. Dosh, Mrs. E. J. Crook and Miss
Mrs. C. L. Gamsby plans to return
to her home, in Chattanooga the last
of this week, as her son, Mr. Cameron
Gamsby, is expecting orders any day
from the Canadian aviation corps for
which he applied some time ago
Mrs. Kate Clements and Mrs. W.
H. Henry of Oklawaha and Dr. W. H.
Henry of Ocala were guests of Mrs.
E. C. Bennett at the
nignt. Mrs. wenrjrs friends are
looking forward to the time when she
will join Dr. Henry here to remain
Mrs. E. C. Hood, formerly of Lees-
hnrcr nriw nf Pnlnmhn s Cltt arrived
in Ocala this noon from Leesburg for
a several days visit to her cousins,!
Dr. and Mrs. Wnltpr TTaaH Mr HVwvt
was before her marriage Miss Lolaand e solicitation of friends, I here
Wright of Ocala and is being warmly
welcomed by many friends.
Mrs. K. M. Brinkley who has been
at Green Springs for her-health for
several weeks, returned to Ocala last
Friday and spent the week-end with
her children. Mrs. Brinkley returned
to Green Springs Monday afternoon.
uon't iorget tne class tea, apron,
handkerchief, break and. cake sale to
be given Thursday afternoon at the
Methodist parsonage by the Earnest
Workers class for the benefit of the
Sunday school fund of the Methodist
Mrs. Harry Holcomb, chairman of
the Methodist church committee to
sell thrift stamps, and her workers,
will sell stamps on Thursday at
Rheinauer's store. 3t
m m m
Mrs. Maude Baillard, well
correspondent for northern and east
ern papers, came over yesterday from
Tampa and spent the night at the
West Coast Inn. She returns to Tam
pa today and next week goes to New
York city for a stay of some length. I
Mrs, Baillard has been very success- j
ful in her work in Florida, much of
her success being due to her charm charming
ing charming personality. During the summer,
she will go into New England on the
same mission, returning to Florida
next August. St. Petersburg Inde Independent.
pendent. Independent. m m m
Mr. and. Mrs. Stephen A. Basgett
arrived last evening from Powers-
ville. Ga.. to SDend a few davs with I
Mrs. Bassett's parents. Mr. and Mrs.
A. F. Miller. They will return home
Friday. St. Petersburg Independent.
Mrs. Bassett was formerly Miss
Carolyn Miller and is well known
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ORDERS FROM THE
For the Hotel, Restaurants, Dining
Car and Steamship Division
Service of Bread in Eating Places
A portion of bread or rolls should
not consist of more than two ounces.
A roll should not weigh more than
Not more than two rolls or two
ounces of bread should be served to
any one person at any one meal.
Exception: When rolls or bread or
muffins are made of corn, oatmeal or
bran,the portion may consist of not
more than four ounces. This does
not apply to other wheat substitutes.
Those interested in typewriter
desks are invited to call at R. L. Mar Martin's
tin's Martin's office, room 14, Merchant's block,
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A3XKTOT OEEOl OZZAU
FOR C031MISSIONER, DISTRICT 3
I desire to announce my candidacy
for the position of county commis
sioner from district No. 3, Marion
county, subject to the democratic pri
mary. j. y. Davis.
To the Democratic Voters of Mariou
I hereby announce my Candida cv for
Representative and solicit your sup
port in the June Primary. I join
group one (1.) Respectfully,
S. J. McCully.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for representative from Marion coun
ty,; subject to the democratic primary
in June of this year, and solicit the
support of the people. I enter group
one (1). Very respectfully,
N. A. Fort.
FOR STATE ATTORNEY
, To the People of the Fifth Judicial
Circuit of -Florida: I hereby announce
my candidacy for re-election to the
office of state attorney, Fifth Judicial
Circuit of Florida, in the approach
mg primary. I have tried to merit
and will greatly appreciate your sup
port. George W. Scofield.
January 4, 1918.
FOR STATE ATTORNEY
- Judicial Circuit:
I hereby announce myself a candi-
iorJr.T oi-swies airorney
ior ine-nxin; juaiciai circuit, oi ine
state of Florida, in the approaching
democratic primary, and subject to
the result thereof.
. : Fred L. Stringer.
Brooknville, Fla., March 14, 1918.
F0R COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4
i According to my own inclination
by announce myself a candidate for
county" commissioner for the fourth
commissioner's district of Marion
county, subject to the action of the
democratic primary of 1918. If elect elected,
ed, elected, I promise a faithful discharge of
the duties of the office and I shall
strive to give -satisfaction to all con
cerned by giving the duties of the of
fice my personal attention. I shall be
thankful for the support of all inter
ested. Very respectfully,
O. H. (Bob) Rogers.
FOR SENATOR 20TH DISTRICT
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
and Sumter- Counties (Comprising
the 20th Senatorial District):
I am a candidate for senator in the
primary election. to be held June 4th,
1918. I thoroughly appreciate the
honor of having served as one of Mar-
I ion's representatives in the last two
sessions of the legislature. I served
my people faithfully, loyally, honest honestly
ly honestly and conscientiously. I realize that
the knowledge and experience as- rep
resentative two terms will enable me
to make the' people of the twentieth
district a better senator. I will ap-
I predate your support and if nominat-
ed I pledcre faithful service to the
people of Marion and. Sumter coun counties,
ties, counties, working for their best interests,
as well as for the whole state.
Respectfully yours, W. J. Crosby.
Citra. Fla, Feb. 6, 1918.
TAX ASSESSOR'S APPOlXTJfEJTTS
T will h at th following nlacea to
recerre .tax returns for 1918. -Meet me
wltb your deed and save trouble:
1 Ocala. all of Marco,
Tb.e law requires all tax returns 'to
be made by first of April.
ALFRED A YE It,
1-11 - Tax Assessor.
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I was so nervous that the least noise
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I was not able to do anything until I
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Nothing relieved me untn I took Cardui.
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OCA LA YEN ING STAR, TUESDAY, MARCH 26, 1918
The Ocala baseball team will play
Starke at Starke Saturday.
Marvin C. Mcintosh, state auditor,
is in town, looking over the accounts
of our county officials.
Ask anybody about our repair
work. William & Fox Auto Service Service-Station.
Station. Service-Station. 18-tf
Mr. J. S. Grantham the Fort Mc McCoy
Coy McCoy merchant, is among the business
visitors in town today.
Pete Costello has reason, to study
the war news closely. Pete, who is
an Englishman, has three brothers on
the western front.
You have lived for dollars, now let
those dollars fight for you. They will
be true to Old Glory and you. Invest
in war savings stamps.
Messrs. Loyd and Earl Grantham,
Bert and Reed Bewley and' George
Howel lof Fort McCoy attended the
show last night.
Mr. L. R. TrammeH left today for
Washington, to receive instructions
regarding the draft from the provost
ne relatives or air. i. J. uuynn,
now with the Amex in France, have
just received another letter, in which
"Jeff" sends his best to his Ocala
Buy war savings stamps to help
win the war, and have us fill your
prescriptions for accurate service
The Court Pharmacy tf
Parties from Dunnellon, Citra,
Summerfield, Anthony, Belleview and
other surrounding towns came in last
evening to attend the minstrel show
at the Temple theater.
Mr. Luther Mershon wilt not
leave Sunday with -the drafted men,
but will go to fill the first quota in
about a week or ten days, however,
the exact date has not been set.
Buy war savings stamps to nelp
win the war, and have 'us fill your
prescriptions for accurate service.
The Court Pharmacy. tf
The performance of O'Brien's min minstrels
strels minstrels at the Temple last night was a
pood one and was larcrelv attended.
O'Brien" and his bunch always have
something original, and .they handed
the crowd quite a lot of it last eve evening.
ning. evening. Our toilet articles are the best to be
had at any price. Try them and "buy
,war savings stamps" with the sav
ings. The Court Pharmacy. tf
Many people in Ocala who remem
ber Mr. P. Av Jumeau will be interest interested
ed interested to learn that his son, Henri, who
was born in this city, is now in the
French army on the western front.
Henri was taken prisoner by the Ger
mans a few weeks ago, but before he
could be sent to the rear the French
put up a barrage which 'scattered his
captors and Henri made a home run
for his own lines.
W. E. Lane, M. D' Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat. Law Library Banding, Ocala,
Mv Randolph Chalker, driving out
on the Silver Springs road this morn
ing rescued a gentleman who was the
victim of his chauffeur's careless
driving. This man and his driver
were in a big touring. car and trying
to take a turn, about two miles and
a half out, at too fast a gait ran into
a bank. The owner of the car went
thru'the windshield and badly cut"his
face. Mr. Chalker took the injured
man to the hospital and the car went
to Gates' garage.
Florida and Spanish Peanut Seed
for -spring planting. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-tf :
Mr. Fred J. Burden is located at
Brunswick, Ga. He writes that it is
a nice little place, but larger than
Ocala. He ha"s started work at a large
shipyard. He puts in ten hours a day
and is paid for eleven. The men are
working night and day, with double
pay for Sundays. Soldiers are on
guard and no one can get near with without
out without a pass. The government has
taken over for home for the workers
an inland which has been used for a
summer resort. Mr. Burden likes his
new position but misses his friends in
the past eight years.
Have you ever used "Alma Zada
Face Powder ?" If not, try one box
and be convinced that it is as good as
the expensive imported powders. 50
cent sthe box in all colors, at Gerig's
Frank Gadson is busily at work
collecting extra clothing for the col colored
ored colored drafted men who will begin leav leaving
ing leaving for Camp Devens Friday. All
white men who can spare clothing
for the boys should notify Gadson at
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
Get ready to buy a Liberty Bond.
DOLLARS FOR FLORIDA
Last Week a Good One for War Sav Savings
ings Savings Stamps, but the State is Far
Behind with Its Quota
Jacksonville, March 26. The week
ending March 23rd broke all records
of the sale of war savings stamps in
Florida, the total amount of sales re reported
ported reported through the postoffice alone
being $45,025.26, with many of the of offices
fices offices stillto be heard from, which it
is believed at state headquarters will
increase the amount to considerably
State Director J. F. C. Griggs calls
attention to the fact that the ratio
of sales is still far below what will be
necessary for Florida to make up its
quota, with the amount assigned for
Florida to raise being $20,000,000,
which means nearly $2,000,000 per
month, and so far the sales have been
but little over half a million dollars,
most of which has been sold through
the postoffices.' The total up to date
from this source being $494,829.-0.
State Director Griggs issued a
statement in which he says that the
Liberty Loan campaign and the war
savings movement are no more rivals
than the superdreadnoughts and de destroyers
stroyers destroyers of our navy are rivals.
The Liberty Loan and war sayings
stamps are two forms of the same
financial operation of the United
States government, says the director.
They were authorized by the same
vote of Congress and are intended to
supplement each other. They are both
of paramount importance to the fi financing
nancing financing of the war. The Liberty Loan
campaign is primarily to obtain the
many billions of dollars necessary
toward paying the expenses of war
and lending to our allies.
The peculiar significance of the war
savings movement .is to teach the na nation
tion nation to save and to invest its savings
in war savings stamps in order that
the government may not merely get
money, but spend this money for the
support of the army.
Successive Liberty Loan Bonds wih
be sold in campaigns at intervals The
war savings campaign will last
throughout the year no doubt until
the war is over. It aims at develop developing
ing developing habits of thrift that shall make
the sales of stamps cumulative. And
the person of limited means who in invests
vests invests in a few war savings stamps
does his share as well as the wealthier
man who buys a quantity of Liberty
Loan Bonds. Millions who could not
afford to invest in Liberty Bonds will
be able and glad to help by investing
in war savings stamps. The two cam
paigns are, in reality, but one that
of financing for victory.
The educational committee of the
Woman's Club is to give a two-part
entertainment Monday, April 1st, to
buy play apparatus for the school
grounds Nearly everyone endorses
the movement but if there are any
who consider any other object above
the welfare of our children who are
to compose the future citizenship of
our country, they will surely be con
vinced by the graphic picture of the
Plenty of room for dives and dens
( glitter and glare of -sin);
Plenty of room for prison pens (gath
er the criminals in);
Plenty of room for jails and courts
(willing enough to pay),
But never a place for the lads to race,
no, never a place to play!
Plenty of room for shops and stores
(Mammon must have-he best);
Plenty of room for the running sores
that rot m the city s breast!
Plenty of room for lures that lead the
"hearts of youth astray;
But never a cent on playground spent
no never a place to play!
Plenty of room for schools and halls,
plenty of room for art;
Plenty of room for teas and balls,
platform stage and mart.
Proud is the city she finds a place
for many a fad today;
But she's more blind if she fails to
find a place for the boys to play!
Give them a chance for innocent sport,
give them a chance for innocent
Better a playground plot than a court
nd a jail when the harm is done.
Give them a chance if you stint them
now, tomorrow youll have to pay
A larger bill for darker ill; so give
them a chance to play!
. v Exchange.
The Unspeakable Turk.
This expression came Into general
use during the Bulgarian agitation of
1876, on Its appearance In a published
letter of Carlyle's to George Howard,
M. P., dated November 24 : "The un unspeakable
speakable unspeakable Turk should be immediately
struck out of the question, aad the
country left to honest European guid guidance."
ance." guidance." It was not the first time, how however,
ever, however, that. Carlyle had made use of It
In 1831, nearly fifty years before, in
"The Westminster Review," No. 29, In
an article on the "Nlbelungen Xled,"
he makes mention of "that unspeak unspeakable
able unspeakable Turk, King MachaTol."
If you can't spare your car in the
day, bring it to us at night. Williams
& Fox Auto Service Station. 18-tf
Easter Cards at all prices. "Dainty
and Different," at The Specialty
Shop, A. E. Gerig. 23-6t
We repair all makes of automo automobiles.
biles. automobiles. Our service is the very best.
Williams & Fox Auto Service Sta Station.
tion. Station. 19-tf
LA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
Mrs. Robert Vann and a party of
eieht friends from Dunnellon motor
ed to Ocala last evening to see the
Dr. Arthur L. Izlar's friends will be
glad to learn that his stay at home
will probably be permanent. He is
devoted to his work-in the army, but
felt like, with his son in the service,
and his aged mother a widow, his first
duty is at home. He has tendered his
resignation and has been informed
that it will be accepted.
Dr. H. A. Daniel of Jacksonville,
his wife and sister-in-law, Mrs.
Greenhaut, passed thru town yester yesterday
day yesterday on their way to Cornell, to visit
Mr. Laurence Ballard, Mrs. Daniels'
brother. Dr. Daniel, who made his
home with us a dozen years ago, and
was one of the most clever and pop popular
ular popular druggists who ever lived in
Ocala, was in town today, renewing
his acquaintance with his old friends.
The stage at the Temple tonight
will be held by the Berkeley sextette,
one of the most clever groups of ar
tists in the lyceum course. The Berk
eley sextette is composed of six young
ladies. They will give many excel excellent
lent excellent numbers of both instrumental
and vocal selections.. Their patriotic
selections are especially pleasing and
always well received by the audience.
They will give a very original as well
as' musical entertainment and deserve
a large audience.'
The family and a few friends gath gathered
ered gathered at the home of Mr. F. S. Holly,
east of Conner, Sunday, March 24th,
in honor of his eighty-first birthday.
We were glad to see him looking so
well but sorry o find Mrs. Holly so
feeble, and hope she will Jbe feeling
better son and that they will live to
see many happy days to come. All
their children were present, except
one daughter and son-inlaw, Mr. and
Mrs. William Tillis of New Smyrna,
and two grandsons, Mr. F. A. Tucker
of Fruitland Park and Mr. Edison W.
Tucker, who is with Uncle Sam in the
navy. All report having a good time
and a good dinner. We want to come
again, grandpa. ..One Present.
Lake Weir, March 26. At no time
since the Lake Weir Club opened for
the season of 1918 has there been a
more enjoyable time than last Satur Saturday.
day. Saturday. The occasion was the annual
fish fry and picnic given by Dr. and
Mrs. F. P. Herr for the club and their
visitors. The picnic grounds were
ideal.; A lovely pine and sweetgum
grove extending to the lake with card
tables and everything for the pleasure
and convenience of the club. .Two
charcoal furnaces were in .operation
to fry the 75 or 100 fine trout and
speckled perch caught in Lake Weh
by Dr. Herr, Mr. J. H. Bradford, Mr.
George Crum and Mr. C. E. Connor,
After a bountiful dinner and several
cornet patriotic solos were beautiful
ly rendered by Mr. Jones, Dr. Herr
took the stump and announcing othei
good things, said: "We must not for
get our boys who are at the front
fighting to protect us here among
peace and plenty. Now I see Mr,
Charlie Rheinauer over there and
know he is eager to cover anything 1
will give for the Red Cross, be it $25
or $100, and I start the ball rolling
with $25." Soon the amount ran up
to $73 and Mr. Rheinauer gladly gave
a check for the remaining $27 to make
it an even hundred. After three cheers
wree given to Dr. and Mrs. Herr for
their kind hospitality, all adjourned
in a happy f rarxe of mind and feel
ing the day was well spent,- wholly
for our own enjoyment.
The ladies of the Red Cross will
give a silver tea at the club house
Wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Rhein
auer will have charge of the card
tables and make up the parties to
play bridge, five hundred or rook.
The refreshment committee, consist
ing of Mrs. Alex Wynne, Mrs. Lee
Lytle, Mrs. Newport, Mrs. : Straub
and .Mrs. Clements, will serve cake,
tea and punch. AH of the ladies of
the Red Cross branch are to contri
bute a cake or other things needed,
and anything left will be auctioned
off after refreshments have been
served. Every one who is interested
in Red Cross work, especially Ocala
ladies and their escorts, are requested
to come and enjoy the afternoon with
To Stop the Hurt.
We cannot prevent the little tin tin-kindnesses
kindnesses tin-kindnesses and selfishnesses of others
from hurting, but by promptly apply applying
ing applying the antiseptic of common sense, we
can prevent them from rankling and
poisoning. Because my neighbor has
treated me In a manner of which he
has reason to be ashamed, why should
I double the injury by irritation and
brooding? Let it end where it began
with the doer. Exchange.
WORLD'S MOST CURIOUS CITY
London Magazine Seems to Have Dis Discovered
covered Discovered Queer Settlement on
Saginaw Bay, Lake Huron.
The most curious of cities consists
of wooden huts on wheels, to the num number
ber number of about one hundred and thirty,
which, when the season arrives, are
rolled onto the ice on Saginaw Bay,
Lake Huron. The 'population of this
city without a name Is about five hun hundred.
dred. hundred. Each hut is fitted with cooking
utensils, hdmmocks, and a stove, and
Is occupied by three men, whose busi business
ness business on the Ice Is to follow a peculiar
method of fishing.
In the center of each hut a hole,
about a yaroV square, Is dug to the wa water.
ter. water. One of the fishermen then takes
a live fish of the herring tribe, and
nfter fastening It to a piece of pack packthread
thread packthread drops It Into the water. The
fish dashes away as swift as an arrow
until it is pulled up by the thread,
when it returns towards the hole fol followed
lowed followed by a host of pike and other fish
desirous to feast or the dainty mor morsel.
sel. morsel. -Beside the hole stand the fisher fishermen,
men, fishermen, harpoon in hand, waiting the ar arrival
rival arrival of the pursuers, who are received
with thrusts of the four or five-pronged
Instrument, which rarely falls to
bring up some writhing victims.
Some huts can show two hundred
or more of fine fish at the end of the
day's work. The most weird appear appearance
ance appearance of this city is at night, when the
fishermen prosecute the work by the
light of torches, which, as Is well
known, attract fish without the aid of
the herring bait. The glancing torches
and the shadows of the men leaning
over the holes make a strange spec spectacle.
tacle. spectacle. If fish are not abundant m the
spot first chosen the hut Is wheeled to
another site. London Tit-Bits.
gAIR PLAY ABOVE VICTORY
Canadian Soldier Generous In Seeing
That Opponent Should Have His
Right Chance to Shoot.
In an obscure Los Angeles suburb
lives a blind man. The following Is
tme of the many stories he tells of his
It was In the early nineties that a
picked team of American riflemen
had gone into Canada for a friendly
contest with the Queen's Own.
The competition had been fierce and
the score close when the last American
rifleman laid down at 800 yards. He
had to make 23 to tie and 24 to win
out of a possible 25.
A great crowd had gathered to watch
the contest, and had gradually closed
In behind the firing station until there
was very little space left for the rifle rifleman.
The first four shots scored the bull's
eye, counting 20. With his last shot
he had to make a 3 to tie and a 4 to
win. The excitement was Intense,
and the air was charged with the
magnetic stillness of repressed excite excitement,
ment, excitement, as the commanding officer. .of
the Queen's Own stepped forward and
called out "Get back there and give
the man a fair show. How can he
shoot with you standing on top of
The crowd fell back, the American
fired, and the Indicator recorded an another
other another bull's eye, making his score 25.
Age of Fishes.
The most striking characteristic by
which fishes of different ages can be
distinguished Is their size. But the
size affords us only the means to esti estimate
mate estimate the age of younger fishes; as to
the older, it cannot serve us as an In Indication
dication Indication of theirs age, since their
growth may vary according to the dif different
ferent different conditions of nutrition, so that
often the younger fish will excel In
size the much older fish. There Is,
however, at least as regards the fishes'
of the Northern seas, a sure Indica Indication
tion Indication thaf betrays their age. It Is th
otolites, or ear stones. These ear
stones grow as long as the fish itself
continues to grow, and form annual
rings in the manner of trees. The
more annual rings shown by a fish's
ear stones the greater Its age. In
this way the age of a fish can be ex exactly
actly exactly determined.
A Change for the Invalid..
If you have a friend lying 111, try
taking some daintily prepared edibles
next time you make a visit.
Nourishing broths and soups, wine
jellies, delicately browned, custards
and light puddings made of eggs and
milk are good. Or a small Jar of mar marmalade
malade marmalade or half a dozen lightly brown browned
ed browned biscuit for the invalid's tea. Or
creamed chicken and creamed oysters
delivered In a charming blue bowl and
all ready to be heated up by the nurse.
Grapefruit Is always appreciated
and mandarin oranges and white
grapes in a pretty basket are an appe appetizing
tizing appetizing combination, and there are some
invalids who would be delighted with
a jar of preserved ginger for occa occasional
sional occasional nibbling.
The human intestine seems to be
partly a relic of prehistoric times,
largely useless In this modern day and
age. The uselessness of the vermi vermiform
form vermiform appendix, which Is simply the
stump of what was once an Impor Important
tant Important and functioning branch of the
alimentary canal, is well. known. Re Recent
cent Recent operations in a London hospital
seem to indicate that a large part of
tfce lower main canal, the colon, can
be dispensed with without harm. In
these operations sections of the colon
have been removed. The work brings
up again the famous scientist Metch Metch-nikoffs
nikoffs Metch-nikoffs debated contention that these
parts of the analomy are not only use useless
less useless but dangerous.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES: Six line maximum, one
time 25c; three times 50c; six times
75c; one month S3. Payable In advance.
FOR SALE 90 days velvet bean
seed. Supply limited. C. P. Howell. 6t
FOR SALE Mammoth yellow soy
(or soja) bean seed. Raised from
inoculated stock. C. P. Howell, Ocala,
FO RSALE Two hundred and fifty
dollars cash buys a good Maxwell
roadster if sold before April. 15th. In Investigate.
vestigate. Investigate. Mrs. .C. N. Hampton, No.
704 Alvarez St. 25-6t
FOR. SALE Florida Runner Peanuts
at $1.75 f. o. b. Martin, Florida. Guar
anteed first class. Address Box No.
37, Martin, Florida. 3-13-18t
LOST One large jack screw on the
Anthony hard road about one mile
north of Ocala. Return and receive re reward
ward reward to Ocala Wagon, Works or
Nathan Mayo, Summerfield, Fla. 26 6t
WANTED Cypress logs. Address
Landeck Lumber Company, Tampa,
FIa stating what' you can furnish
for continuous shipment. 3-16-lm
WALL PAPERING Sample books
will be taken to customers for in
spection. Agent for the Henry Bosch
Co., New York and Chicago. P. S.
Staggers, Painter; Box 58 Route B,
Ocala. Phone 2M. 3-1-tf
SHOES SHINED When you want
your shoes shined, call phone 483, and
I will send for and deliver your
shoes. I use the Pomeroy Anchor
Shoe Holder. WilFdye your tans black
if desired. Ladies' work a specialty.
Maxie Jackson, 109 W. Broadway, lm
FOR RENT A desirable six-rrpm
residence; all modern conveniences;
automobile shed. Located close in on
Watula street. Apply to Dr. J W.
WANTED--Your consignments of
vegetables and strawberries. We
make prompt returns and will appre appreciate
ciate appreciate your shipments. Give us a trial
and be convinced. Georgia Produce
Co.. Macon, Ga. 3-2-2-2m
I especially offer my service to the
people of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail orders.
202-204 Hogan St., Park Hotel Bldg
JACKSON VILLE. FLORIDA
OCALA FRATERNAL ORDERS
Tulula Lodge No. 22, I. O. O. F.,
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd Fellows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 7:30 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome always
extended to visiting brothers.
H. D. Stokes, N. G.
M. M. Little, Secretary.
MARION-DUNN MASONIC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M., meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock, until further notice. -Stephen
Jewett, W. M.
Jke Brown, Secretary.
WOODMEN OF THE WORLD
Fort King Camp No. 14 meets at
the K. of P. hall at 7:30 p. m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are ailways welcome.
P. W. Whitesides, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk
OCALA LODGE NO. 286, B. P. O. L.
Ocala Lodge No. '286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, meets
the second and fourth Tuesday even evenings
ings evenings in each month. Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome. Club house oppo opposite
site opposite postoffice, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. R,
E. J. Crook. Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS
Ocala Lodge No., 19. Conventions
held every Monday night at 7:30
at the Castle Hall, over the James
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
to visiting brothers.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
CLas. K. Sage. K. of R. S.
R. A. M. CHAPTER NO. 13
Regular convocations of the Ocala
Chapter No. 13, R. A. M., on the
first Friday in every month at 8 p.m.
J. A. Uouvier, a. f.
Jake Brown. Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE 20. 15
Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 15
meets the first and third Monday eve evenings,
nings, evenings, in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 7:30 o'clock.
Clara Moremen, N. G.
Georgia Ten Eyck, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAR
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge s hall the second ana
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Alice Yonce, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.
One of the most delicious
flavors that nature's "laborator "laboratories
ies "laboratories ever distilled is the taste of
a ripeorange. This ur.surpass ur.surpass-ed
ed ur.surpass-ed goodness is perfectly pre preserved
served preserved in
The wonderful orange drink
which is flavored with the
juices of crushed California
oranges, sun-kissed and ca caressed
ressed caressed into yellow ripeness.
WTien your palate craves a
real treat, make it "Orange
Crush in the bottle."
IF YOU USE
your building will look well, the Painf
will wear well, the cost will be lowest,
since you will have fewer gallons to
buy, because its all paint, and you
get two for one.
A coat now and then of DAVIS
OLD COLONY WAGON PAINT pre preserves
serves preserves your wagons and farm imple implements
ments implements and makes them look like new.
For Sale By
THE BIARION HARDWARE CO.,
To Work for the, Third Liberty Loan,
Beginning April 6th, 1918
Fairfield: M. L. Payne, chairman,
J. L. Davis, M.JD., and L. K. Edwards.
Ocala and Marion County at Large:
T. T. Munroe, chairman, D. E. Mcl Mcl-ver
ver Mcl-ver and John L. Edwards.
Mcintosh: E. L. Price, chairman,
S. H. Gaitskill and J. K. Christian.
Reddick: S. L. Fridy, chairman, E.
D. Rou and O. H. Billings.
Citra: J. C. DuPree, chairman, W.
J. Crosby and J. R. Williams.
Anthony: A. R. Griffin, chairman,
Geo. D. Pasteur and Harry Meadows.
Summerfield: Nathan Mayo, chair chairman,
man, chairman, IL J. Wall and J. W. Davis.
Belleview: C. A. Tremere, chair chairman,
man, chairman, H. L. Hopkins and A. E. Ash Ash-worth.
worth. Ash-worth. Dunnellon: G. W. Neville, chairman,
J. T. Rawls and J. G. Baskln.
A good assortment of Fountain
Pens to be had at Gerig's Drug
DONG RATI) LATED
"Since my wife's death, five years
ago, I have suffered greatly from
stomach and Jiyer trouble and gas at attacks.
tacks. attacks. I lost over fifty pounds, and
at times was as yellow a3 raffron. My
doctors could not help m. Six doses
of Mayr's Wonderful Remedy have
entirely cured me. I have regained
my weight and every one is congrat congratulating
ulating congratulating me how well f look." It is
a simple, harmless preparation that
removes the catarrhal mucus from
the intestinal tract an dallays the in inflammation
flammation inflammation which causes practically
all stomach,, liver and intestinal ail ailments,
ments, ailments, including appendicitis. One
dose will convince or money refunded.
The Court Pharmacy. Adv. 13
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for tbs Money than any other
contractor in the city.
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mods:note dates or sequential designation Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855
mods:publisher Porter & Harding
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mods:dateIssued March 26, 1918
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mods:extent v. : ; 61 cm.
mods:title Ocala weekly star
mods:subject SUBJ651_1 lcsh
mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
mods:country United States
Ocala evening star
Ocala Evening Star
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