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OCALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 1918.
VOL 25, NO. 9G
XL i I
Driving the Teutons from a' Number of Im Important
portant Important Positions In the Last Four Days
OPERATIONS CONDUCTED VlTIf
The British took the aggressive
last night on the southern side of the
Lys battle front with quick, decisive
results. They compelled the Germans
to give up small bits of ground in the
Givenchy and Festubert sector, which
was all the enemy had to show for its
costly all-day attacks Thursday.
There is possible significance in the
raiding operation" carried out by the
British along the line below the
Scarpe river, just southeast of Arras.
Apparently it was a feeling out oper operation
ation operation to develop what forces the Ger Germans
mans Germans have ready for attack in this
region. It seems probable the enemy
will again assay a drive around Arras,
although he failed signally there in
the, early stages of the battle.
ARE FEELING OUT THE ENEMY
London, April 20. Nine machine
guns, a trench mortar and a number
of prisoners were taken by the Brit British
ish British in a local operation south of the
Scarpe river yesterday, the war office
announces. A German counter-attack
was repulsed. On the Flanders front
the British ejected the Germans from
the advanced positions gained by
them Thursday in the region of Gi Givenchy
venchy Givenchy and Festubert. The British
gained all their objectives in a coun counter
ter counter attack in Flanders, advancing
their defenses at Givenchy and Festu Festubert
bert Festubert and re-establishing their posi positions.
tions. positions. In sharp fighting southeast of
"Hobecq the British droveTmck" the
German attacking parties.
TEUTONS FAILED IN ATTACKS
ON FRENCH TRENCHES
Paris, April 20. German troops
last night launched raiding operations
against the French lines in the reg region
ion region of Hangard en Santerre, southeast
of Amiens. The effort was a failure,
the war office announces. The French
took prisoners during the attack. The
artillery has been active along the
southern battle line between Noyon
RUSSIANS ACTING ROUGH
London, April 20. Owing to in increased
creased increased anti-Japanese demonstrations
at Vladivostok it has been necessary
to arrange for reinforcements for
the Japanese and British marines
there, according to a report from Tein
ENEMY PREPARING ANOTHER
With the British Army in France,
April 20. No further big enemy at attack
tack attack developed during the night.
Trouble is still brewing in the north northern
ern northern zone, south of the river Somme.
There are indications in the latter
region that another mighty thrust
for Amiens is developing. In a sharp
local engagement at Reix du Vinage
this morning, the enemy overran Brit
ish outposts, but was driven back
into the wood.
BRITISH PRAISE AMERICANS
Washington, April 20. General
Pershing's report of the gallant con
duct of American engineer troops
with the British Fifty army is help
ing check the German advance in the
early days of the great offensive
reached the war department late yes
terday and was made public by Sec
"It will make splendid reading for
Americans," said the secretary.
American losses in the period from
March 21 to April 3 during which the
engineers commanded and held a sub-
sector of the British lines against re repeated
peated repeated assaults were given as two of officers
ficers officers killed and three wounded; 20
men killed, and 52 wounded and 45
missing. It is believed by the British
authorities that all of those reported
missing were not captured but that
many were separated from their com
mand and are now with other British
EXPECTING COUNTER ATTACK
Events on the western battlefront
are shaping themselves, officers here
believe, not only for defeat of tht
German drive, but for a counter of offensive
fensive offensive by General Foch's armies that
may open the road to an allied mili military
tary military victory.
A wave of optimism swept ovei
not only American officials, but also
the military men of the allied mis missions
sions missions in Washington. Some of them
think it will be some. days yet before
General Foch can complete his dispo disposition
sition disposition for a great thrust at the ene enemy,
my, enemy, but others look for word that he
has struck at any time.
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THE VIEW OF AASCERTAIHIHG
III THE U
NATION'S WANT C01UMN
EXCEPTIONAL OPPORTUNITIES FOR ENERGETIC AND AMBITIOUS
REGISTRANTS THERE IS A VERY DEFINITE NEED FOR
SKILLED MEN IN THE ARMY AT THIS TIME BE BELOW
LOW BELOW IS THE LIST OF OCCUPATIONS
Auto mechanics and helpers (gener
al, engine, magneto, or ignition)...
Bargemen or boatmen .............
Blacksmiths and helpers.
Blacksmiths and helpers .... .....
Boatbuilders and helpers..
Boiler makers and helpers..
Brakemen, flagmen, or conductors
Bricklayers ........ .... ..........
Carpenters and helpers (ship, bridge,
house, general), joiners, or pattern patternmakers
makers patternmakers .
Carpenters and helpers (ship, bridge
house, general), joiners, or pattern
Calkers, wood ...................
Chauffeurs (auto truck or tractor) .
Chauffeurs (auto truck or tractor)
Chemists ... . ...
Clerks (railroad or general)..
Clerks (railroad or general)...
Concrete foremen or workers
Cooks .. . -..
Cooks .. ..
Cranemen, hoistmen, pile drivers or
Draftsmen (general, surveying, ma machine
chine machine design or topographical)....
Engineers (civil, electrical or com com-"
" com-" puting . . ....................
Engineers and firemen (locomotive).
Electricians (general, armature wind-
- er or wiremen)
Floor hands (shipyard)
Foremen, construction (bridge build building,
ing, building, earthwork, ship or railroad) .
Foremen (gyratory .or jaw crusher).
Gas plant workers (acetylene, hydro hydrogen,
gen, hydrogen, oxygen, poison, illuminating or
Gunsmiths or operatives in gun fac factories
tories factories . ;
Inspectors, car (railroad) ..........
Inspectors, locomotive ......... .
Instrument makers and repairmen,
(engineering, Optical or electrical).
Linemen (telegraph or telephone) .
Machinists and helpers (general,
bench, lathe or railroad)
Meteorologists or physicists
Mine or- quarry workers and helpers,
drill runners, foremen, powdermen
Plumbers or pipe fitters
Rangers, forest .......
Saddlers or harnessmakers
Sailmakers, tentmakers or other can canvas
vas canvas workers
Section hands (railroad)
Steersmen ............ .V
Sheet-iron workers and helpers, sol sol-derers
derers sol-derers or tinsmiths
Surveyors, levelmen, transitmen (to
pographic or railroad)
Tailors .. .....................
Telephone operators who can speak
Welders (acetylene or oxacetylene
Wireless operators .............
Lardmasters or switchmen
RED-BLOODED AMERICANS WITHIN THE DRAFT AGE, STEP FOR
Present yourselves to your local boards at the earliest possible mo moment
ment moment and list your names for this service. Those who secured induction in
the above branches of service will receive material personal benefit, which
will aid them in advancement both in their Army career and in after life.
This opportunity is only open to men within the draft age. .Apply to your
local boards at the earliest possible moment for full information. This of offer
fer offer will expire on April 27.
SERVE YOUR COUNTRY WITH SKILL WHICH IS YOURS
For further information apply to
. . Local Board for the County of Marion, State of Florida,
W. L. Armour, Chief Clerk, Ocala, Fla.
STRENGTH OF THE EIIEMY, WHO
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White General Boiler
White General Brake
White General Brick
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White General Bugler
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White General Draft
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White General Host
White General Inspect
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White General Line
White General Machine
White General Mechanic
White General Meteor
White General Mine
White General Motor
White General Mold
White General Paint
White General Photo
White General Plumb
White General Range
White General Repair
White General Rigger
White General Saddler
White General Sail
Whit5 General Sect
White General Steer
White General Sheet
White General Steno
White General Survey
White General Tailor
White General Team
White General Telegraph
White General Telephone
White General Telger
White General Timber
White General Wagon
White General Welder
White General Wireless
White General Yard.
fin in; in
OCALA PATRIOTISM GREATLY STIMULATED fit' VISIT
OF THE WAR
The visit of the war relic train here
this morning was a great stimulus to
patriotism. When the people saw the
grim reminders of the terrible strug struggle
gle struggle our men" and their allies are now
in across the ocean, they did not fail
to do their duty in a financial way to
help their nable defenders.
The train pulled in from the north
on time, and took its place alongside
the A. C. L. station between Broad Broadway
way Broadway and Oklawaha avenue. It con consisted
sisted consisted of two flatcars, a baggage car
and a coach, the latter used as quar quarters
ters quarters for the officers and men in charge
of the train.
On the flatcars stood some of the
fieldpieces and machine guns that had
been used in France. All showed
sign of strenuous service, and the
muzzle of one of the cannon was
dented where a Teuton shell haa
struck it fair and square on the lip.
There were also several stands of
small arms, all of which had been
used in the trenches until .they were
worn out. It doesn't take long to use
up a rifle now when its barrel can be
heated red-hot in a minute's firing.
The train was in charge of Cap Captain
tain Captain Woodward of the regular army.
With him was Lieut. Porter, a non noncommissioned
commissioned noncommissioned officer and a squad of
men, all regulars. I
Mr. Wm. B. Schlereth of Savannah,
the naval recruiting officer who was
here over a year, was also with the
Notice was given to the town by
the soldiers lining up on the forward
flat and firing several volleys of
blanks in rapid .succession. It wasn't
long before the depot platform and
adjoining streets were crowded. A
considerable number went thru the
train, viewing the relics, among
which were parts of Teuton and most
of a French airplane, shattered in
The gathering was addressed by
W. L. McDonald of Atlanta, who had
charge of the civilian end of the
party, also by Dr., Lee of Atlanta, and
by "Pat" Martin, grandson of our
honored old soldier, Col. Martin. Mr.
Martin is cashier of the Lowry" Na National
tional National Bank of Atlanta.
The train was met by the represen representatives
tatives representatives of our banks and the various
Liberty Loan committees and at least
a. thousand people. It was a quiet
and earnest meeting. The people let
their money talk. In a very short
time they subscribed for $107,200
worth of bonds.
When the meeting opened, some of
the visitors reminded the crowd that
Gainesville the night before had sub subscribed
scribed subscribed to the amount of $65,000, and
they probably had a pleasant sur surprise
prise surprise when Ocala saw that amount
and went it over forty thousand dol dollars
lars dollars better.
We would like to give a better de description
scription description of the train and its visit, but
will have to content ourself with say saying
ing saying that everybody was glad it came,
none more so than those who sub subscribed
scribed subscribed to the limit of their resources.
Great Wheat Stocks
It's the shortage in ships that
Is putting the Allies and the
United States on wheat rations.
Great stocks of wheat are iso isolated
lated isolated In India, and Australia. At
great sacrifice in ship space and
use the Allies are forced to se secure
cure secure some wheat from Argentina.
On January i, Australia bad
stored 100,000,000 bushels of
wheat that was ready for ex export
port export but there were no ships.
Then came the new crop with,
an exportable surplus of 80,000, 80,000,-000
000 80,000,-000 bushels. Now Australia has
approximately 180,000,000 bush bushels
els bushels waiting for ships.
India, at the same time, had
70,000.000 bushels of wheat
stored for export. During April
50,000,000 bushels more out of
the new crop will be added to
Argentina closed the last ship shipping
ping shipping season with 11,000,000
bushels of wheat left in the
stock available for export. The
new crop will add 135,000,000 to
the left over.
it is not a problem that the
wheat does not exist in the
world It is entirely a problem
of shipping, which has thrown on
America the obligation of divid dividing
ing dividing our stock with the Allies.
HE'LL SEE IT
Extracts from a Letter Written by
Lieut. Leslie D. Anderson to
a Friend in America
Somewhere in France, March 31.
Received the communique from you
on conditions in M a day or two ago.
The news from that town seems to
consist chiefly of accounts of Red
Cross work and about how many com compresses
presses compresses have been made by the La Ladies'
dies' Ladies' Aid. Sounds fineyou know, to
have people tell you that so many
hundred compresses have been made
for the soldiers. I have heard about
that so much that I can almost feel
one on me now. v
I should like to give lots of news
about what's going on but writing on
that subject is dangerous. You never
can tell when a remark of yours will
just complete some chain of informal
tion. You, of course, know that I
have been with the regular army for
sometime, and that I am really and
truly in it at last. It's not bad, though,
and I really wouldn't feel comfortable
if I were again in citizens clothes over
there, knowing as I do now just what
is going on over here. It's great to
be a part of it and it's worth all the
sacrifices you must bear and the
dangers you must encounter. Once
in a while, you know, you must "obey
that impulse" and flop in the mud, but
with a little practice that comes easy.
It all sounds rather horrible in the
papers, but if you can keep your
head, see the humor of it, and also
keep your mind on the business in
hand and not on the possibilities, you
can have a fairly good time over
It would do your heart good to see
what is going on and the way these
boys take to the game. You know
there never was a game, requiring
lots of action, skill and "guts" that
Americans haven't excelled in and
this is going to be their greatest suc success.
cess. success. I should love to see the folks again
and one or two other people as well,
but I'd rather see this game through
than anything else at present. It is
an experience which will be invalua invaluable
ble invaluable to me if I live to apply what 1
learn here, and if I don't well better
tive here; my own back yard is about
men than I have gone ahead, so it
does not seem so bad.
We do not get much of a perspec perspec-all
all perspec-all I know anything about. We get
intelligence reports, of course, but
you are not far enough away to get a
view of the thing as a whole. So, for
information as to activities here you
can get better dope from the news newspapers
papers newspapers than I can give you.
I should be glad to have you write
to mother as soon as you get this, as
I want her to hear from me as often
as possible directly and indirectly. I
am sometimes afraid she may be bad badly
ly badly worried, particularly about now,
because one of my best friejids from
home has gone.
LOOK OUT FOR DISLOYALTY
Charleston, S. C, April 20. It has
come to the notice of this office that
many people fail ..to report suspicious
and disloyal acts or manifestations of
sympathy for the enemy, because of
uncertainty as to the proper official
It is very important that the gov government
ernment government should have the assistance of
all citizens 'in detecting enemy pro propaganda
paganda propaganda or suspicious activities of in individuals,
dividuals, individuals, and you will do a service
in notifying your friends that any
communication addressed to "Intelli "Intelligence
gence "Intelligence Officer Headquarters South Southeastern
eastern Southeastern Department, Charleston, S.
C, will receive attention and be trans transmitted
mitted transmitted to the proper official of the
government for investigation. The
names of informants will not be di divulged
vulged divulged and there need be no fear, on
the part of anybody, of getting into
trouble' in case suspicions prove to be
Informants should indicate the na nature
ture nature and source of their information,
as well as the time and place.
Ask anybody about our repair
work. William & Fox Auto Service
A very nice line of Wash Cloths on
display at Gerigs Drug Store. We
also sell War Savings and Thrift
Some new books just out at THE
BOOK SHOP, 3t
LIBEBTY LOAN BIDS FAIR TO
. Washington, April 20. Subscrip Subscriptions
tions Subscriptions to the third Liberty Loan reach reached
ed reached one billion, two hundred and thirty-eight
million, ninety-eight thou thousand,
sand, thousand, nine hundred and fifty dollars,
the treasury department announced
today. North Dakota is the fifth
state to oversubscribe its quota. Mis Mississippi
sissippi Mississippi is within five per cent of its
A BLACK LIST
Washington, April 20. A revised
enemy trading list containing more
than 5000 names and for the first
time including enemy firms in' neutral
countries of Europe, was issued today
by the war trade bdard.
TO HELP GOETHALS
Lieutenant Colonel Robt. E. Wood,
who has been nominated to become a
brigadier general, Is slated for ap appointment
pointment appointment as acting quartermaster
general of the army, relieving Major
General Goethals of the detail work
of that office.
One of the La test Type of Destroyers
Launched Today at Quincy,
Quincy, Mass., April 20. Secretary
of the Navy Daniels headed the party
which came here today for the
launching of one of the latest type
destroyers at the Fore river plant of
the Bethlehem Ship Building Corpor Corporation.
ation. Corporation. Mrs. Daniels acted as sponsor.
LOSS OF, IE
When American Steamship Florence
II. Was Sunk Near a
New York, April 20. The Ameri American
can American steamship Florence H., formerly
a Great Lakes vessel, is reported to
have been sunk with loss of life near
a foreign port.
NOTICE TO THE
CITIZENS OF OCALA
Your attention is called to the fol following
lowing following ordinance:
Department of Health. Section
30. It shall be unlawful for any per person
son person to deposit on any of the streets,
sidewalks, alleys,' public squares or
parks, or upon any lot, any excre excrement,
ment, excrement, tin cans, sweepings of stores or
stores or dwellings, paper, hair, chips,
nones, peels, -straw or other unwhole unwholesome
some unwholesome or decaying matter whatever.
But it shall be their duty to place
such material in a box, barrel or
other receptacle and keep the same
convenient for the scavenger, who
shall remove the same upon his reg regular
ular regular rounds.
Do not place or deposit any refuse
trash of any kind in the gutters or
streets. Have a box, barrel or can at
some convenient place for the city
carts. The carts or truck will make
the following calls
To all that part of the city lying
east of Osceola street on Monday,
Wednesday, Friday and Saturday.
The business district lying between
Osceola street and Orange street and
extending from Second street to Jef Jefferson
ferson Jefferson street, very day.
All that other part of the city ly lying
ing lying west of Osceola street on Tues Tuesdays
days Tuesdays and Thursdays.
Have your garbage and trash ready
on these days when the carts call.
They will not be allowed to return
until the next regular day trip.
Bear in mind all refuse of whatso whatsoever
ever whatsoever kind must be in. one place, ac accessible
cessible accessible to the carts.
By conforming to this plan you
can help us keep a clean and health healthful
ful healthful city. So we ask your hearty co cooperation.
operation. cooperation. By authority of the city council.
4-20-lt J. N. Johnston, City Mgr.
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France Appreciated the Men Who
Risk Their Lives to Save
Washington, April 20.- The official
list of individuals and sections of the
United States ambulance service cited
by the French government
by French army commanders for
bravery has been received by Surgeon
General Gorgas. Forty-two separate
citations were noted. In two in instances
stances instances entire sections were com commended.
mended. commended. tPT AIIIAflPr
Of the Hierarchy with Germany by
Its Support of the Rebels
London, April 20. A menacing sit situation
uation situation has been created by the deter determination
mination determination of the nationalists in -Ireland.
They are united as seldom be before
fore before to resist conscription, which ha3
aroused deep interest throughout the
country. Particular emphasis is laid
on the decision of the Roman Catholic
heirarchy to throw in its lot with the
Sinn Feiners, who have openly pro proclaimed
claimed proclaimed Germany a3 an ally.
VEATHER HEXT 1'J
Fair and Cool in the First Day,
Warmer in the Last, is
Washington, April 20. Fair and
cool weather the first part of the
week, seasonable temperatures by
Wednesday, fair and warmer there thereafter,
after, thereafter, is the forecast for the South
Atlantic states the coming week.
SWING ON THE SEVENTEENTH
Gov. Catta Signs the Death Warrants
of Two Murderers
Tallahassee, April 20. Governor
Catts today signed a death warrant
for the execution of Ed and Jasper
Mims on May 17th.
The wife of a Methodist minister
in West Virginia has been married
three times. Her maiden name was
Partridge,- her first husband was
named Robins, her second husband
Sparrow, and the present Quail.
There are two young Robins, one
Sparrow and three Quails in the fam family.
ily. family. One grandfather was a Swan
and another a Jay, but he's dead now
and a bird in paradise. They live on
Hawk avenue, Eagleville, Canary Isl Islands,
ands, Islands, and the fellow who wrote this
is a Lyre and a member of the fam family.
ily. family. Exchange.
The American Fruit Store oilers
you today fresh vegetables and fruits,
cukes, beans, radishes, carrots, cab cabbage,
bage, cabbage, turnips, new potatoes, peppers,
squash, tomatoes, grapefruit, apples,
bannanas. Strawberries Monday.
Phone 179. 19-2t
W. K. Lane, II. D Physician &r.J
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose &?
Throat. Law library Building, Qczlz,
Buy Thrift Stamps of us and keep
your skin nice and soft with Re rail
Skin Soap. Genu's Drug Store, tf
Township blanks at THE BOOK
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THE SUMMER HALF-HOLIDAY
A Star reporter yesterday after afternoon
noon afternoon interviewed our business men in
regard to the summer weekly half half-holiday,
holiday, half-holiday, which has been given from
the middle of June to the middle of
September, but for which there is a
strong sentiment this 'Summer to be be-.
. be-. gin next month.
Mr. H. A. Waterman, haberdashery,
said he was in favor of beginning in
Mav and exneetetl tn simtinrt that.
policy before the other members of
the Merchants' Association.
Mr. A. E. Burnett, jeweler, will be begin
gin begin at any time it suits the other
The proprietors of the three millin millinery
ery millinery stores, Mrs. Ellis, Mrs. Luckie
and Miss Smith and Mrs. Bostick, will
all be glad to begin closing the first
Thursday in May if the other business
houses will do so.
Harvey Clark of the O. K. Grocery,
said he was going to begin' giving
half-holidays Thursday, May 2, inde independent
pendent independent of what others might do.
Mr. Ben Rheinauer said that begin beginning
ning beginning the holiday in May would be a
losing proposition for his firm. He
says that people come to Ocala to buy
drygoods for as much as fifty miles
away, that business is good in May,
and that Thursday is one of the best
days in the week for his store. He
says ne win De Douna ty tne action oi
the Merchants' Association, which
meets the second Friday afternoon in
Mav nnrl also savs that, if Vii firm
agrees to close at any time, that it
will close its stores at that time, on
the minute, and without stopping to
see whether other stores are closing
or not. :
' -jur. vveuie saiu ue wuuiu ue giau to
TTr:T jj T 1 ij a
begin closing in May.
JMr. E. T. Helvenston said he would
be glad to begin closing in May if the
other drygoods stores would do so.
Mr. G. At Nash said he would do
what the others would do.
Mr. iletrick of the o and 10 cent
store, who employs more girls than
any other firm, said that if the other
business men were willing to give
their employes a half -holiday earlier
this year than usual that he would
juiii ill nie iuuvciuciiu
The Marion Hardware will be glad
to close in May if the other hardware
stores will do so.
- Mr. Chester Fort of the Marion
Furniture Company is a good sport.
He says he will always sit in the
game as soon and stay in as long as
Mr. H. B. Clarkson of the Clarkson
Hardware Company is very willing to
begin closing May 2. Judging by his
remark's, he may begin closing Inde
pendently of the other firms.
tr ; T :uT. A"U Va 1,
ant, will be glad to begin closing
Mr. B. A. Weathers of the H. B.
Masters Co. is out of the city, and in
his absence Mr. Crook of the same
firm did not want to make any agree
ment. There is no doubt, however, that
Mr. Weathers .will keep abreast of
any move that has public sentiment
Mr. B. Goldman wants to put the
half -holiday off till JuneHe says he
will lose considerable business if it be
irins for him in May. The Star is con
fident, however, that Mr. Goldman is
too good a citizen to hold out on any
move like this, for the general good.
. Mr. Malever of the Globe said
without any ifs or buts that he
would hee-in his half -holiday at the
same time with the other stores.
The reporter did not consult Mr.
Israelson of Frank's store, as he an
nounced several weeks ago that he in
tended to begin closing May 2, re
trardless" of what other firms did.
Theus Bros, will close when the
other stores do.
Hayes & Guynn will keep in line
with the other firms.
, The Smith Grocery Co. will-be in
line with the others. Mr. Pillans, the
manager, says he has felt the call of
Mr. 'Mclver of Mclver & MacKay
ays he wants time to think about it.
Mr. Mac, however, is one of the most
cbble men in the world. If he saw
the other stores closing he would
surely shut up shop and hike for the
The two Fishel boys said they
would be right in with the bunch.'
Baxter Cam of the Carn-Thomas
Co., during the first years of half-
holidays, had kept out of the agree
ment, more than making up to his
employees, however, by giving them
shorter hours the week-thru. He said
yesterday that he was willing to close
on Thursdays at the same time with
he other stores.
Nasri Bros, will close when the
There is not any doubt that public
sentiment favors beginning the hoh
days with next month. It is also abso
lutely certain that if all the merch
ants go into it and keep their agree
ment that none of them will lose any
money. The customers are going to
spend their money here, and just as
much of it, anyhow. If they cannot
buy Thursday afternoon, they will do
so Wednesday or Friday. Let all out
business men come in on the agree agreement,
ment, agreement, and keep it.
GRINER FARM AND OAK
Griner Farm and Oak, April 16.
No doubt those that remember us 'at
all think we have ceased to be, or that
we are doing as Rip Van Winkle did,
but we have chosen to awake sooner
than he did. Poor old Rip! But I pos positively
itively positively envy him that century of rest.
. Some may wonder at the heading
of this letter, and I shall explain, as
I have of tn been asked: Where is
Griner Farm and what is it? Is it
just one large farm ? I will take a
short space to give a brief history of
it. It is located five miles north of
Ocala on the Anthony hard road, and
is indeed nearly one large farm tho it
is divided up by individual owners,
with fences that join. Then there are
large and small farms back off from
the road. It is one of the many farm
ing sections coming to he front. It
has its church house and school house.
The later afforded three teachers the
past term for awhile.
Oak is about one mile east and has
the postoffice, ice plant, mill, ship
ping point, etc. So you see we are
closely 0 allied. The Griner Farmites
must go to Oak on business, while
they Oak residents must in turn go
to Griner -Farm for education and
church services. If either side would
but only admit, it is only one neigh
Jack Frost paid us a light, but un
welcome visit, he left only slight
signs but such continued cold has
checked the growth of plants general generally.
ly. generally. They, too have furnished their quo-
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The farmers are busy now and can
well sing "down among the cotton,
sugar cane and corn tra-la-la," 'tho
peanuts and the government crop,
castor beans, Js planted in consider
Quite a surprise we had last Sat Saturday
urday Saturday when Miss Cleata Vernon and
Mr. Wesley Massey of Georgia were
married. It is considered by many
as quite romantic. The bride receiv received
ed received a letter Thursday marked "in
haste" from her fiance, saying to meet
him at the train Saturday to go on to
Ocala and be married, so as the train
nulled in he stepped off, greeted and
assisted his bride aboard the train,
where they went on to the court house
and were married. They came, back
to her parents until next day when
they left amid showers of rice and
good wishes, for their future home in
Georgia. The bride, a pretty bru
nette looked lovely in her costume of
black and pink taffeta with hat and
shoes to match.
Mrs. John Etty -of Jacksonville is
here on a visit to relatives and is
stopping at present with her sister,
Mrs. W. O. Carpenter.
A party of young folks enjoyed a
motor trip to Silver Springs last Sun
Little Miss Laroine Jtiryant is
home again after a visit to her aunt,
in Tampa where she has been since
her mother's death which occurred
a few weeks ago.
Mr. Grey had the misfortune to lose
his horse last week which is quite a
loss at this busy season.
Mrs. W. Jones enjoyed the day Sup
day from a pleasant visit of her
daughter, Mrs. W. H. Gray of
Brooksville, and Miss Olive Jones who
is teaching school at Dunnellon.
Miss Ruth Howell spent a quiet but
pleasant day Monday with her friend,
Miss Jennie Griggs.
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9:30 a. m. Sunday schooL
11 a. m. Public worship.
2:30 p. m. Junior Society.
7:30 p. m. Public worship.
A cordial invitation "to worship with
us is extended to all.
John R. Herndon, Pastor.
(Rev. Gilbert A. Ottmann, Rector)
7:30 a. rn. Holy communion, every
11 a. m. Holy confmunion and
sermon, first Sunday.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
mon, except first Sunday.
9:4d a. m. Sunday school.
7:30 p. m. Evening prayer and
All seats free. Every one welcomt
at all services.
A babbath well spent brings a
week of content." You are warmly
invited to participate in the helpful
services at the Baptist church. Rev.
Wm. H. Wrighton will preach morn
ing and evening.
9:30 a. m. Bible school.
11 a. m. "The Challenge of the
6:30 p. m. B. Y. P. U.
7:30 p. m. Gospel meeting. Sub
ject, "The Cost of Defeat."
Splendid singing, fine orchestra at
night, male quartet, soloist from New
York city, spiritual messages.
Prayer drive on Wednesday at
7:30 p. m.
Come, but come early.
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.v
Homer F. Cooke, secretary of state
missions, will speak at tne morning
service' at 11 a. m.
The minister will preach the com
mencement sermon for the graduat graduating
ing graduating class of the Inverness high school
m the morning and will return and
preach in the evening at 7:30. Sub
ject, "Unhappy in the Devil's Serv
This will be the last service that
the pastor will conduct in Ocala as
minister to this church. He is to re
port for duty May 1st with the war
work department of the Y. M. C. A.
It is urgently requested that every
member of the board be present and
meet to talk over matters of import importance
ance importance at the close of the night service.
, C. E. Wyatt, Minister.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Preaching.
Sermon by Dr. Chandler of the
.3:30 p. m. Junior League.
6:30 p. m. Senior League.
7:30 p. m. Preaching.
Subject, "Loyalty." Text,
There will be services every night
next week. Song service from 7:45
p. m. to 8 p. m.; from 8 p. m. to 8:50,
preaching and prayer service. All our
members- are urged to be present at
every service. We ask the prayers' of
all praying people in Ocala that God
may greatly bless our efforts to ,win
souls. Everybody is cordially invited
to attend these services. Here is an
opportunity to show your loyalty to
the- church and to our country and
flag by attending services and pray praying.
ing. praying. Smith Hardin, Pastor.
St. Phillip's Catholic Church
Mass at St. Phillip's Catholic church
will be said on Sunday at 10 o'clock,
aad on week days at 7 o'clock. Sun Sunday
day Sunday school tomorrow will be at 9 a.
m. and stations of the Cross at 4:30
Christian Science Society of Ocala
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
Free reading room and library open
on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3 to 5.
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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 approaching
ing approaching primary. I have tried to merit
and will greatly appreciate your sup support.
port. support. George W. Scofield,
January 4, 1918.
FOR STATE SENATOR
To the Voters of Marion and Sum Sumter
ter Sumter Counties: I shall be a candidate
for the office of state senator from the
20th senatorial district, subject to the
democratic primary. C. B. Howell.
FOR COMMISSIONER DISTRICT 2
To the Voters of the Second Com Commissioner's
missioner's Commissioner's District: I desire to an announce
nounce announce my candidacy for member of
the board of county commissioners
from the second commissioner's dis district,
trict, district, subject to the action of the dem-
who are staying at home
the money every dollar,
: pay master in the world. Buy a Liberty Bond.
ITHE OCALA IRON
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ocratic primary election to be held
June 4th. Having served you for two
years previously I feel that I am in
position to know the needs of the dis district,
trict, district, as well as the county at large.
I will appreciate your support.
J. T. Hutchins.
FOR COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 4
According to my own Inclination
and the solicitation of friends, I here hereby
by hereby 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 ol
the duties of the office and I shall
strive to give satisfaction to all con concerned
cerned concerned by giving the duties of the of office
fice office my personal attention. I shall be
thankful for the support of all inter interested.
ested. interested. 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 Marion's
ion's Marion's representatives in the last two
sessions of the legislature. I served
my people faithfully, loyally, honest
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Now that Uncle Sam Has Called U
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They will be for them inspiring evi evidence
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ly and conscientiously. I realize that
the knowledge and experience as rep representative
resentative representative two teroi3 will enable me
to make the people of the twentieth
district a better senator. I will ap appreciate
preciate appreciate your support and if nominat nominated
ed nominated I pledge 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.
To the Democratic Voters of Marion
I hereby announce my candidacy for
Representative and solicit your sup support
port support in the June Primary. I join
group one (1.) Respectfully,
S. J. McCully.
I hereby announce my candidacy
for representative from Marion coun county,
ty, county, 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 COMMISSIONER, DISTRICT 3
I desire to announce my candidacy
for, the position of county commis commissioner
sioner commissioner from district No. 3, Marion
county, subject to the democratic pri primary.
mary. primary. J. Davis.
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OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
If You Have Any News for thia De Department,
partment, Department, Call Five Double-One
Great God, I ask thee for no' meaner
Than that I may not disappoint my-
That in my action I may soar as high rium Training School for Nurses
in the Lake County'schools will talk
interestedly on health. And last but
by no means least, Dr. Hiram Byrd
will lecture, on the "conservation of
child power," of which a full report
will be given Monday.
Miss Haile to Graduate
The following invitations hare been
received in the city by the friends of
Miss Marie Haile who is a graduate
from the "Johnston-Willis Sanita-
have it served
CAFE for 75c.
when you can
The Graduating Clas3
.. r of
Training school for nurses
requests the honor of your presence
Tuesday evening, April twenty-third
at half past eight o'clock
Miss Haile who has for a number
of years been attending school away
Use These Substitotes
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As I can now discern with this clear
And next in value which thy kindness
lhat 1 may greatly disappoint my
Howe'er they think or hope that it
They may not dream how thou'st dis distinguished
tinguished distinguished me.
That my weak hand may', equal my
And my life practice more tnan my
That my poor conduct may not show,Jfr0m home, was very popular among
t ,n0u my relent"?S lmes a large circle of friends in Ocala, her
That I thy purpose did not know, or home when a child and many
overrated thy designs. fee congratulation she will
Tk a t a. 1 : I
i eier ran jmngireis it will be with deep regret that the
Six of the leading society ladies congregation of the Christian church
of Ocala will appear for the first will part with their beloved pastor,
time in ebony face and occupy the Rev. C E. Wyatt, who has by his
end positions of a typical upto-date earnest, consecrated service to the
minstrel circle. Now, the real names church, made a warm place for him him-of
of him-of these ladies will not be advertised, self in the heart of every member,
but they will appear incognito as the The church has under his administra administra-following
following administra-following negro imitators who have tion done a. most successful work,
amused and graced the stages in our and his going will leave a void hard
largest cities, as Maude Delmar Tril- to fill. But on May 1st Mr. Wyatt will
byanna, Johnsing Cynthia Primrose, either take up the Y. M. C. A. work
Lilly Belle White, Glorianna Dock- in Arcadia or at Camp Johnston. Mr.
stader Adah Jones. These ladies .will Wyatt will fill the pulpit in Inverness
be the real fun makers of the min- tomorrow morning, therefore tomor tomor-strel,
strel, tomor-strel, furnish the rag songs and row evening being his last service in
dances. Ar.d their jokes will be at the Ocala Christian church for quite
the expense of the well known socie- a while, it is hoped many friends will
ty and business men and will be laugh come out to hear this earnest young
producers and will make the bravest minister at this time, Mr. Cook, the
duck his head. state missionary secretary, will fill
Much amusement centers around the pulpit for the morning service.
Peter Pan, who is the interlocutor :
and the part will be taken by J. Pearle The dance tendered to the seniors
Rogers, who will occupy the center by the junior class last evening at the
and cary the performance through ever popular Silver Springs was in
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The students of the' high school
gave their regular program yester yesterday
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tail detail most excellent. The most impres
sive part of the program was given
in memory of one whom they all love,
George Newsom, lovingly called by all
of his friends, "Tinker." The seniors
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were fully sixty-two happy young
people present and to the sweet strains
from the victrola the happy hours
sped on golden wings to "the young
dancers. Needless to say the picnic
supper and ever enjoyable swim were
by no means, the least appreciated
part of the program.
Mr. William Robinson, who resides
in North Ocala, was a passenger on
their shoulders and sang to the tune the wrecked Coast Line train going to
oi "Motner," tne following verses
composed by our future poetess, Sid Sidney
ney Sidney Perry:
T is for the times we've had together
I is for our inward love for him,
N is for the navy he is serving.
K is for his enemy, "Kaiser Bill,"
E is for old England and the Allies,
R is for the right side in the fuss.
Put them all together they spell
A name that means a friend to us.
Mrs. A. G. McKay of Blitchton was
shopping in town today.
Mrs. T. B. Pasteur has gone to the
lake to spend a few days.
St, Petersburg. He has not been heard
from and his wife is experiencing
considerable uneasiness in regard to
his safety. She is much in hopes, how however,
ever, however, that good news will be received
from him this afternoon; Mr. Robert Robertson
son Robertson was formerly in the hardware de department
partment department at Mclver & MacKay's.
Messrs. John and Lanier Robertson
have the sympathy of the community
in the death of their mother, Mrs.
Robertson, which occurred Thursday
night at Whitney. The Messrs. Robert Robertson
son Robertson yesterday went to Leesburg,
where the funeral took place.
Mrs. J. E. Heineman of Graham-
ville, is a visitor in Ocala today.
Mrs. W. R. Brown of Flemington
was in Ocala shopping yesterday.
Antnony was represented in our
city yesterday by Mrs. Harry Mead-JHart, Charlie Johnson, Hart
uws aim mrs. owaui.
Mr. J. W. Hill came today to spend
the week-end with his wife at the
residence of Mrs. T. E. Bridges.
Mr. Alfred Green is home from the!
University of Florida for a week-end
visit, looking fine and fit. Every one
is glad to see Alfred, for he is popu popular
lar popular with old and young alike.
The following university boys will
come to Ocala today to attend the
Red Cross dance this evening: Dell
fellow, Tom Dunk, Rex Farrior and
Mrs. Ella Carter of Martel, who
with the little baby of Mr. Weathers
Brockway, an amiable lady rivAd in fWn vofrv t otorJ v,o
who has spent the past four winter funerai of Mrs. Weathers' the little
at the Florida House, leaves today for child's mother. i
her summer home in Vermont.
r. '. n, Mr H- K- Grove, with Rheinauer &
The meeting of the Woman's Club Co., received the sad intelligence that
which is in progress this afternoon his brother had lost hig wif who died
is one of great interest. Those who at their home in Huntmgton W. Va.,
miss, hearing Mrs. Travers. Ewell in yesterday.
her message from Brazil will have
miaseu a great ireai. iurs. fiOW, OI I Xf O T. Tt,lA if w
;u&uS, a fcociai worker oi prominence W. Riley, mother and sister of Mrs
O. C.-Tignor, came from Ocala this
week to visit Mrs. Tignor here.
It will be sad news to the friends
of Mrs. G. T. Mauehs to learn that
her sister, Mrs. Johnson, who has
been ill for so long, has been uncon
scious lor several days and her life is
The young ladies of the A Club
will appreciate a large attendance at
the Woman's Club house this evening
A most enjoyable time for all present
is an assured fact.
The interest shown at the demon
stration kitchen yesterday was very
great. Mrs. Weaver, the expert dem
onstrator, left today for Gainesville
and will again be in Ocala on Thurs
day and Friday.
You have sent us out to conquer
That the whole world may be free,
You have cheered us in the going
From our homes to cross the sea.
Sometimes you seem forgetful;
We wonder if you are" still true,
And our hearts are filled with shadows.
When there comes no word from
The homes we are now protecting
Are opened to as today
And many whom we are defending
Are pleading with us to stay.
Will the old home ties be broken
When the roar of the cannons cease,
Will we stay where others love us
When again to the world comes
Oh! send often a postal message
O'er the great ocean waves,
Say for us you are praying
And well be true and brave.
And if perchance, some evening,
In the thickest of the fight,
Your God, who hears, and answers
May call me, to realms of light;
In heaven, I'll ask the honor,
In my promotion great,
That I may be a watchman,
To meet you at the gate!
Our efforts have seemed almost
fruitless in comparison to theneed
and what we had hoped to accomplish
in securing godmothers for soldier
boys. First, there was some misun misunderstanding
derstanding misunderstanding in regard to the attitude
of the war department, and after
much letter writing and with the
valued assistance of Gov. Catts and
other prominent public men of our
state, all barriers are removed and
we are at liberty to secure these god godmothers
mothers godmothers for soldiers who have neither
wife nor mother who will in every
way be a mother to him for the dura duration
tion duration of the war, writing him letters
of cheer, knitting for him or doing
anything that a mother would; and
especially making him your object of
silent prayer. How little this sacri sacrifice
fice sacrifice for. us. One woman has just ask asked
ed asked that she might adopt two. Have
secured only 110 godmothers and
there are so many needed. We hope
for your assistance and prayers.
Mrs. T. E. Bridges,
Assistant Superintendent Soldiers and
Sailors, W. C. T. U.
Write Me a Letter
hln our great America,
Where hearts are true and kind,
Is there not one, who'll think of me
And write me, sometimes a line?
I am so often saddened,
When others, from dear friends
And there's no letter, to come to me,
I scarcely refrain a tear.
Send me a letter, just a letter!
Tho' it be only a note,
There'll be none, from my mother,
None, which her dear hands wrote.
Do not ask the question,
Why she does not write,
It breaks my heart to tell you,
Her life went out, one night.
I know it would lighten my burden,
Knowing that one thinks of me,
Tho' you be even a stranger,
You live back there, you see.
Write me a letter of courage,.
A letter of hope and cheer,
Let me feel I have a friend,
JUy own true friend, sincere.
Write me. a motherly letter,
bend it across the sea,
Twill be like balm, to my soul,
'1 will make a better boy of me.
Write me a lone, newsy letter:
Send me your picture,' too.
et me see the kindly face
Who is my friend, and true.
How I would always thank you.
For your friendship, and your care,
And while each day, I'm lighting,
ror naming me in my prayer.
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210 Sfouth Osceola St.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
FOR STATE ATTORNEY
CEMENT VASES AND .URNS
Porch and Lawn Decorations.
For FloivcrsFcrns and Small Shrubbery
CARL WENZEL & SONS
For Sale by
OCALA SEED STORE
the Democratic Voters. Fifth
J hereby announce myself a candi candidate
date candidate for the office of state's attorney
for the fifth judicial circuit, of the
state of Florida,' in the approaching
democratic primary, and subject to
the result thereof.
Fred L. Stringer.
Brooknville, Fla March 14, 1918.
W. S. S. at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
If you can't spare your car in the
day, bring it to us at night. Williams
i& Fox Auto Service Station. 18-tf
Bring your car to "Williams & Fox,
a reliable repair shop. 19-tf
We repair all makes of automo automobiles.
biles. automobiles. Our service is the very best.
Williams & Fox Auto Service Sta
And Sour Stomach Caused Thh
Lady Much Suffering. Black-
Meadorsrffie, Ky. Mrs. Pearl Pat
rick, cf this place, writes: "i was
very constipated. I had sour stomach
and was so uncomfortable. I went to
the doctor. He gave me some pills.
Tlley weakened me and seemed to
tear up my digestion. They would
and afterwards it seemed
I was more constipated than before.
I heard of Black-Draught and de decided
cided decided to try it I found it just what I
needed. It was an easy laxative, and
not bad to swallow. My digestion soon
improved. I got well of the sour stem'
ach, my bowels soon seemed normal,
no more erioinff. and I would take a
Coze now and then, and was in good
I cannot say too much for Black Black-Draught
Draught Black-Draught for it is the finest laxative
one can use."
Thedford's Black-Draught has for
many year3 been found of great value
in the treatment of stomach, liver and
bowel troubles. Easy to take, gentle
and reliable in its action, leaving no
bad after-effects, it has won the praise
of thousands of people who have used
WITH THE TIME
IN these war stricken times, when
the shadows of disaster weigh heavily
on every man, woman and child and
especially girls and women who have
to make their own livelihood we feel
that it is the patriotic duty of employ employers
ers employers to alleviate the burden of employ employees
ees employees as much as possible.
The United States Food administra administra-requiresof
requiresof administra-requiresof us to conserve wheat, meat
and all other food stuffs.
It is just as neccessary to conserve
Health and especially of wage earn earners.
ers. earners. In view of all these facts, FRANK'S
STORE has taken another step FOR FORWARD
WARD FORWARD and we are pleased to an announce
nounce announce that begining on THURSDAY
MAY 2nd we will close PROMPTLY
at 1:00 o'clock and continue the
THURSDAY HALF HOLIDAYS until
the end of SEPTEMBER, instead of
begining to observe the bait holidays
on or about the middle of June, as has
been the custom in Ocala.
We trust that our great number of
patrons will assist us in this new
movement by shopping on THURS THURSDAYS
DAYS THURSDAYS after MAY 1st before 1:00 P. M.
In the meantime do not forget to
buy that LIBERTY BOND at any
bank, every day until 3:00 P. M. or on
Thursdays until noon, or you can leave
your orders for LIBERTY BONDS,
and buy THRIFT and WAR SAVINGS
"THE FASHION CENTER"
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et Your Uncle Sa
"He's got a bagfull of the best securities on earth he stands
behind it you know what that means. He's putting these fighting bonds
into the homes of our folks from Maine to California. Why, man, this is the
chance of a lifetime to help this grand old country,
and to lay something by for that little house on the
hill you have been dreaming about
"Honest goods? Believe me, there never
was such goods.
"What! You were looking everywhere
for just this chance? Fine! Open the bag, Uncle!
He's one of us. Hell take a dozen."
, Meet Your
. Uncle Sam
at any Bank or
and get into
the fight -and
get in big
mmmm this space paid for and contributed by liinnnminizrH
MAMMO FUMMITUEtE CMiPM
2, 4, 6 West Fort King Avenue
Dealers in Furniture, Mattings, Rugs, Stoves, Trunks, Bags, Etc
.We SeU On The Easy-Fay Plait.
buy iviiMCSS sirA:
OCALA EVENING STAR, SATURDAY, APRIL 20, 191S
I nn niri nnrmiwimrn I
. ; ;
Has become the slogan not
only on the highways of
travel, but also in all lines
of industry. There's no
such thing as safety if
your valuable property is
not covered by
We represent a number of
the most reliable companies
in existence, and our facil facilities
ities facilities are not surpassed in
D. W DAVIS, Agency
UNDERTAKERS and EMBALM ERS
PHONES 47, 104, 303
RATES rTwenty-five words
or less one time 25 cents:
three times 50 cents; six
times 75 ctots. Over twenty-five
words, and under fif fifty,
ty, fifty, double above rate.
This rate is for consecutive
insertions. Special rate by
the month. Try them out.
Mr. V. C. Mead left yesterday for
Atlanta on a business "trip, to be
gone several weeks.
ivir. Jtj. a. usDome nas gone lor a
stay of some length to Asheville, At-
anta and Scottsville, Ky.
Mr. R. E. VanNess of Hernando
was in Ocala yesterday, going to Ken-
drick in the afternoon to spend the
night with his friend, Mr. Guthrie. He
will return to Ocala today to attend
The numerous friends of Mr. J. D.
Wilkes will be very glad to learn that
he will again be in charge of the gas
company's business here. Mr. Wm.
H. Cook of Trenton, president and
general manager of the company, has
been in town this week, conferring
with Mr. Wilkes.
The boy scouts had a fine meeting
last night, nearly the whole force be beings
ings beings present. Their new scoutmaster,
Mr. Davies, marched them out to the
ball park, put them thru the setting
up exercises, and then, marched them
back in quick time.
Dr. H. W. Henry's office telephone
is number 456; residence telephone is
The family and friends of the la
mented Mrs. Weathers were much dis
tressed over the unavoidable delay in
sending home her remains. The body
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did not arrive until this morning, it
was taken to FellowshiD and tender
ly laid to rest in the pretty cemetery
there. The funeral was attended by
many sorrowing friends.
Phone No. 451 is the American
Restaurant, Temple & Davis, proprie
tors, the best in the city, at the union
passenger station. 16-tf
Mr. M. M. Little has returned from
Miami, where he went to attend the
Grand Lodee. I. Q. O. F. Mr. Little
was re-elected grand secretary by
most flattering vote. The Grand Lodge
authorized the grand master and the
grand secretary to purchase $1000
worth of Liberty Bonds, and this
purchase will be made in Ocala with
in the next few days. Mr. Little was
told, while in Miami, that many o
the soldiers in the aviation corps
have been severely hurt while flying
Secret service men taking this up.
found an army lieutenant tampering
with the machines. He was courtmar-
tialed, tried, condemned and shot.
All parties who have been notified
to connect with the city sewers are
warned that the ordinances of the
city in relation thereto will be strict
ly enforced, and all persons not com
plying' therewith will be prosecuted.
J. W. Akin,
19-2t Plumbing Inspector.
Sonia and other new books at THE
BOOK SHOP. 3t
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Bettei
Work for the Money than any othT
conti net or in the city.
FROM CAMP AND FRONT
Mr. A. P. Stucky had a letter from
ms son, Uscar, in h ranee, the other
day. Oscar said he was all right, but
didn't think to tell how many Ger Germans
mans Germans he had killed. Hi3 branch of the
service was numerously represented
at the recent fighting on the Somrae,
and it i3 likely Oscar saw some of it.
Private Smith of Company A, who
is here' visiting his relatives makes us
sure there is one place where the
Star, is appreciated. He says when
Company A receives its package of
Stars every day, the boys scramble
for the papers, trying to read it even
before some of their letters.
Mr. J. B. Chamberlain is home
from Jacksonville, where he and Sib Sib-bald
bald Sib-bald Wilson enlisted in the navy.
They are first-class boys but enlisted
as second-class seamen, because eve
rything else is full. They will be call
ed in about three weeks.
Mr. Ormond Smith of Fruitland
Park, a splendid looking soldier boy
who is enjoying a five days furlough,
is in town the guest of friends. He
will go to Tampa today, and expects
to return to Camp Wheeler Sunday.
Drop your tinfoil in the Red Cross
box at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
Florida and Spanish Peanut
for spring planting. Ocala
Nunnally's Candies fresh every
week at Gerig's Drug Store, where
you can also get Thrift Stamps, tf
t 1 4
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every moaern convenience in each, room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
Ym. SAVINGS SIAiiPO
ISSUED DY THE
jStarted by National Security
' League Through Committee
Headed by Walter Camp.
Impressed by the fact that 29 per
cent, of the young men called to the
, colors In the draft are being rejected
for physical disability, the National Se Security
curity Security League has started a nation nationwide
wide nationwide movement to promote the phys physical
ical physical welfare of the youth of the land
through the organization by communi communities
ties communities of branches of a Committee on
Physical Reserve, of which Walter
Camp, veteran trainer of athletes, is
chairman. In answer to a letter sent
by the league to the mayors of all the
cities in the country of over 5,000 pop
ulation asking them to appoint com committees
mittees committees to co-operate with Mr. Camp,
200 committees in 80 states have al
ready been appointed to carry out thej
idea. Associated with Mr. Camp on
the Committee en Physical Reserve
are William G. Anderson, member of
the Advisory Committee of Tale Uni
versity Gymnasium, and Joseph E.
Raycroft, member of the War and
Navy Departments Commission on
Training Camp Activities.
In discussing this new effort of the
Security League, S. Stanwood Menken,
president of the league, said:
"The National Security League has
taken up this work because the conn
try cannot afford without serious eco economic
nomic economic disaster to lose the benefit of
the service of nearly one-third of the
men who are drafted for military duty
because of physical unfitness and
whose places must be taken by those
who have dependents. The draft fig
ures show that 29 per cent, of the
men are physically unfit. The work is
necessary, as, with the strain upon
American brain, it Is essential that
public attention be focussed upon the
need of paying also due regard to
physical safety. The efficiency of the
human engine and the ability of the
man-power of the nation to withstand
attrition, and the extra work that the
men who are doing things have to
bear at present, makes it important
that these men. should recognize the
part that physical exercise plays in
their ability to bear their full load of
Life Worth $11,000.
"Furthermore, with the difficulty In
supplying a full quota of labor for In Industries,
dustries, Industries, it Is necessary that the man manpower
power manpower of the nation should be in increased
creased increased by the maximum measure of
physical strength. Every Individual
has a direct Interest in seeing that this
result is brought about. As an eco economic
nomic economic matter, each life is estimated to
be worth to the nation $11,000 and we
cannot afford to waste any part of
this most valuable national asset. As
a human matter we cannot as a Chris Christian
tian Christian people, supposedly representing
the higlest Intelligence and civiliza civilization,
tion, civilization, allow our people to neglect the
simple things which would save them
if fully understood.
"The work which Mr. Camp has un undertaken
dertaken undertaken is a movement of such nation nationwide
wide nationwide importance and so manifestly
needed that its mere presentment will
commend it to every thoughtful Ameri American."
can." American." Thoroughly Agree."
Some of the indorsements of the Se Security.
curity. Security. League idea in "organizing this
nation-wide campaign for physical re regeneration
generation regeneration read:
Mayor Connell of Scranton, Pa., "I
thoroughly agree with you as to taking
care of our young men physically and
morally, and I am pleased to co-operate
Mayor Rasmussen of Falrport Har Harbor,
bor, Harbor, O., "Anything that will promote
the welfare and manhood of our young
men throughout these United States
has my full sympathy."
Mayor Hincke of Plnckneyville, I1L,
"I am very much in favor of this move movement."
ment." movement." Mayor Hickman of Altus, Okla., "I
assure "you that I look upon the num number
ber number of young men rejected In the draft
for physical disability with grave con concern,
cern, concern, and it is gratifying to me to
know that steps are being taken to
remedy this condition of affairs."
Mayor Bardlne of Juniata, Pa., "We
are ready to work hand in hand with
any object that is for the upbuilding
of our town and will make it a better
place In which to live."
Mayor Barron, Eau Claire, Wis., "I
am very much Interested In the suc successful
cessful successful operation of your plan."
1ft SOCIAL Mil
(Continued from Third Page)
Mr. Laurie Yonge is here for a brief
visit to his family.
Mrs. E. C. Bennett, who has been
on the sick list several days, is much
m m m
Mr. Sidney Haile is here from his
Alachua county plantation, for a visit
to his family.
Mr. and Mrs. Jake Goldman have
rooms with Mr. and Mrs. J. B. Hayes,
on Fort King avenue.
Mrs. Carl Dekle, who is visiting
her parents at Lake Weir, came up
yesterday to see her Ocala friends.
Mrs. Jack Embry has resigned her
position with the gas company and
will soon go north to be near her hus
band, who is at the naval station at
"The Wife He Bought," pne of those
live Blue Birds, is the attraction at
the Temple today. The picture last
night, "The Lad and the Lion," was
a nne one and kept everybody taut
witn its rapia succession oi exciting
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. P. Chazal will
return tomorrow from their honey
moon, which they spent at Woodmar.
They will make their home in the
pretty little cottage on North San
chez street, formerly occupied by Mr.
and Mrs. Carter.
iiAri.is: six line maximum, one
time 25c; three times 50c; six times
iac; one month $3. Payable In advance.
LOST A child's ring, Anua Marine
setting with heavy gold mounting.
Finder will be rewarded by leaving
save at the Star office.
cux a riiNi uak win sen or
trade for Liberty Bonds, Oldsmobile
light eight: first class condition. R.
L. Anderson. 19-3t
MONEY TO LOAN On good, im
proved farm property; 5-year period,
interest 7 per annum, Georgia Loan
& Trust Co., M. L. Mershon, Agent,
Ocala, Fla. wky-tf
FOR RENT Six room flat, furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. Reasonable terms. Apply at 319
N. Magnolia street. 19-3t
FOR, SALE One Ford touring car;
1917: first class condition. Ocala
Iron Works Garage. 17-6t
FOR RENT OR SALE An 8-room
house" on Oklawaha avenue with al
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs
O. T. Green, city. 16-6t
FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow with
six months' old calf. Price, $60. E
B. Lytle, Stanton, Fla. 15-6t
FOR SALE A Brewster upright
piano, almost new, in perfect condi
tion; cheap for cash. Inquire at the
Star office. 16-6t
FOR SALE Cheap, two lots, Nos
111 and 126 Dr. Chace's subdivision
known as Lin wood Park. Apply to
Edward Tucker, city. 16-tf
tun bALrj beven passenger, six six-cylinder
cylinder six-cylinder Paige car; $600 cash for
quick sale. Cy Hills, care Ocala
House. V 16-3t
MONEY TO LOAN On good, im
proved city property; 5-year period
interest 7 per annum. Georgia Loan
& Trust Co., M. L. Mershon, Agent,
Ocala, Fla. 4-15-tf
FOR SALE Two good work mules
cheap for cash. Apply to Box 1, Fort
McCoy, Florida. 13-tf
vvAJNjJiiiJ iv,vuv men ana women
to dig potatoes at Hastings, Florida
Good wages; season lasts until June
1st. Address -T. B. Glass secretary,
Hastings Farm Labor Bureau, Has
tings, Fla. ll-18t
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
WANTED Your consignments o:
vegetables and strawberries. We
make prompt returns and will appre
ciate your shipments. Give us a tria!
and be convinced. Georgia Produce
Co.. Macon, Ga. 3-2-2-2m
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DR. D. M. BONEY
I especially offer my services to the
people of Central Florida, and invite
personal visits or mail orders.
Hogan SU Park Hotel Bide
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"Give us your order for Liberty Bonds. It
will take money to win the war, and our
Government is calling on each one of us to
do our part. Have you done what you can?"
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
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By DARWIN P. KINGSLEY
PRESIDENT, NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCEICO.
HY do. you. save to build a home? It is
usually cheaper to pay rent.
Why do you plan to give your children
a good education? Will you get any money divi dividends
dends dividends from that?
Why do you pay fire insurance premiums and life
insurance premiums? You personally will get little
if any thing from that.
Why do you call the doctor quickly if the children
are ailing? You .don't stop to thinkwhether you
can afford it. Do you?
None of these expenditures are what we call good
investments. They don't pay in money, yet all pay
the finest of dividends.
Liberty Bonds represent the home, the school, the
children; they represent all the great deeds oi our
lathers and grandfathers; they represent Bunker
Hill and Yorlctovvn and Gettysburg; they represent
the blessed freedom under which we all live, they
also represent the ORDER that makes freedom
They represent the boys "over there;" they represent
devasted Belgium and homeless Serbia and murder murdered
ed murdered Armenia;
They are the defence that shall keep from our shores the monster criminals
who outraged the women of Belgium and Northern France and made the
They represent the strength that shall restore Belgium and rebuild France
and avenge Serbia;
They are the voice of those who are too young or too old or too weak to
tight; they are the sword of the women and thecannon of the children; they
are the voice of free people calling to cruelly wronged, freedom-loved men
and bringingfthem succor.
Buy them? Of course you will buy them. You'll
. borrow to buy them.
You don't have to be urged, You would be ashamed to go home to qur
children if you did not buy them
The rate of interest is important but not of first importance. They would
pay, they would appeal to you, if they bore no interest whatever.
Add to the rate of interest the dividends they pay in self interest, in'safety,
in public order, in liberty and law and you have a larger return than you
receive from any other thing that you own.
They will never become "scraps of paper."
v They are the best secured investment in the world.
Yoi -Staid Belaid.
ii i e it
S-S THIS SPACE PAID FOR AND CONTRIBUTED BY.
WHAT'S THE USE
hanging on to old-time, old-fogy hand hand-mixed
mixed hand-mixed Lead and Oil Faint that will
soon chalk off and discolor when yon
a thoroughly modern, scientific machine-made
Paint, that will outlast the
other, and cost you less money. 10
For Sale B
THE MARION HARDWARE CO,
Legal blanks at THE BOOK SHOP.
Ocala Bar Associafiiomi
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DIt L. T. ROGERS
313 Oklawaha Ave
Telephone 224 Ocala Fla.
MONEY TO LOAN
On Good 'Real Estate Security.
Low Interest Rates. Monthly
or Yearly Payments
F. IL HOCKER, OCALA.
T. LEO. COILILISCiE:
SAINT LEO, PASCO COUNTY, FLORIDA
IDEAL. BOABDIBfi SCHOOL FOR YOUHG EEOIUEQ
Courses in Classics, Science and Commerce. Also
Primary Department. Send for Catalogue.
Rev. F. Benedict, Director.
OPENS FOR THE FALL TERM, WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1
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