The Ocala evening star

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Title:
The Ocala evening star
Uniform Title:
Ocala Evening Star
Alternate Title:
Evening star
Star
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v. : ; 61 cm.
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English
Publisher:
Porter & Harding
Place of Publication:
Ocala, Fla.
Ocala Fla
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Newspapers -- Marion County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
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United States -- Florida -- Marion -- Ocala
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29.187778 x -82.130556 ( Place of Publication )

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Dates or Sequential Designation:
Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855

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LOCAL NEWS
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PPJSS TIME
ASSOCIATED
PRESS
, SERVICE
Weather Forecast: Local rains thii
afternoon and tonight except fair
north portion? aSturday fair, slightly
cooler tonight north portion.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, APRIL 26, 1918.
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Huns, After a Fierce Struggle, Secured a Foot Footing
ing Footing on Kemmel Hill
IMPETUOUS ATTACKS AI IMMENSE LOSSES OF THE GERMANS HAVE HOT YET GAINED FOR
' THEM AHY IMPORTANT ADVANTAGE

London, April 26. Gen. Haig re-
ports that English and Australian
troops, late yesterday afternoon, re recaptured
captured recaptured Villers-Bretonneux and took
more than six hundred prisoners in
that region.
HUN FOOTING ON KEMMEL HILL
London, April 26. A footing has
been obtained "on Kemmel hill by the
Germans in attacks on the northern
battle front, the war office announces.
Fighting still continues in this region.
The allied forces were engaged all
day yesterday with greatly, superior
enemy forces from Bailleul to Holle Holle-beke,
beke, Holle-beke, a distance of ten miles, and
finally were compelled to give ground.
German posts which were holding out
southeast of Villers-Bretonneux on
the front south of the Somme, after
its capture by the British, were clear cleared
ed cleared up.
KEMMEL HILL CAPTURED
London, April 26, The Germans
have captured Kemmel hill, General
Radcliffe ai the war office stated this
afternoon.
HEAVY LOSSES OF HUNS
With' the British Army in France,
April 26. The French this morning
were counter-attacking at Mount
Kemmel, in an attempt to reclaim the
position taken by the Germans. Yes Yesterday's
terday's Yesterday's fighting was of a desperate
nature and enemy gains were made
only at frightful cost.
ALLIED RESERVES INTACT
On the French Front in France,
Thursday, April 26. The more the
Germans advance along the road to toward
ward toward Amiens the more perilous be becomes
comes becomes the salient they are forming in
that region, especially in view of the
, fact that the Entente reserves are
virtually intact. The allied armies
are now commanded by a single chief.
k CANAL IS CLOSED
London, April 2G'. Latest reports
state that two old cruisers are lying
across the Zeebrugge channel in a
"4" position, and it is believed the
canal is effectively blocked.
GOT SCHROEDER'S GOAT
Amsterdam, April 26. Vice Ad
miral Schroeder, commander at Zee Zeebrugge,
brugge, Zeebrugge, according to a report reach reaching
ing reaching here, will be deprived of his com command
mand command for being taken by surprise by
the British Tuesday.
WASTING AMMUNITION
Paris, April 26. The long range
bombardment of Paris was resumed
last night. The damage was not ap
preciable.
SOUTH OF THE SOMME
Paris, April 26. Heavy artillery
fighting south of the Somme is re reported
ported reported by the war office.
AMERICAN CASUALTY LIST
Washington, April 26. The Amer American
ican American casualty list today .contains seventy-five
names, as follows: Killed in
action, 9; died of wounds, 5; died of
disease, 3; severely wounded, 33;
slightly wounded, 25.
Seven officers are named in the list,
five of whom were severely wounded,
and' two slightly. Those severely
wounded are Capt. Henry H. Worth-
ington, and Lieuts. Orland C. Brown,
Edward H. Freeman, John J. Hyde
and Harry F. Kelly; slightly wound wounded,
ed, wounded, Lieuts. Wm. H. ilCrk "and Alfred
P. Kivlin.
MIRACULOUS SURVIVAL
With the American Army, France,
Thursday, April 25. Two American
soldiers, wounded in the engagement
around Seicheprey Saturday, were
found alive today in a dugout in No-.
Man's Land. How they managed to
keep alive, physicians say, is little
short of miraculous.
BERLIN'S BULLETIN
Berlin, April 26. The army of Gen.
von Arnim is engaged in battle for
Kemmel height, says the supplemen supplementary
tary supplementary official statement of the war of office
fice office this evening.
' RHONDA RETIRED
London, April 26. The Daily Mail
says it understands that Baron Rhon

(Associated Press)

da has resigned as food controller. He
has been absent from his post some
time on account of illness.
EXCELLENT WORK OF AN AM AMERICAN
ERICAN AMERICAN AVIATOR
Paris, April 26 Major Raoull Luff Luff-berry,
berry, Luff-berry, of Wallingf ord, Conn., de destroyed
stroyed destroyed his eighteenth German air airplane
plane airplane Tuesday. 'Lieut. Paul Frank
Baer, of Mobile, brought down his
fifth German machine the same day,
thus becoming the latest American
ace. '. ' .'
SIXTY YEARS OF WEDDED LIFE
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Yesterday was a day of. gladness
and joy at the Stevens home, where
this grand and good couple rounding
out a life of usefulness, in the knowl knowledge
edge knowledge of sixty years well spent to together,
gether, together, find on this 60th anniversary
of their marriage, themselves sur surrounded
rounded surrounded by their, friends who are
legion, celebrating with them this
memorable day.
Friends began calling very early in
the day, bringing with them their
choicest gifts of love. Among the
first to arrive was a lovely cut glass
bowl, with a card enclosed inscribed
as follows: -'
"Mr. and Mrs. Isaac Stevens. A
little love gift and warmest greetings,
from your Baptist friends in First
Baptist church, Ocala, on the 60th
anniversary of your wedding day."
A telegram of congratulations was
received early in the day from Rev.
Bunyan Stephens. A dainty gift
which Mr. and Mrs. Stevens prize
most highly, was given by the primary
teachers, which was a handsome cut
glass and silver cream and sugar re receiver.
ceiver. receiver.
All day this happy couple were kept
busy receiving their friends and read reading
ing reading the good wishes sent by postcard,
which came from all over the state in
a veritable shower.
A happy coincident was that ten
years ago yesterday, Mr. and Mrs
Stevens celebrated their golden wed
ding and on that auspicious occasion
their son, Mr. I. V. Stevens, took in
marriage one of Ocala's best loved
girls, Miss Harriet Dye.
There was a profusion of lovely
flowers from Ocala friends and one
would have indeed thought that a
wedding was in progress had they
stepped into the parlor, which was a
bower of beauty with roses every
where. It is the wish of all that
there may be many happy days yet in
store for them and theirs.
Two hearts, that wrought with smiles
through tears
This rainbow span of sixty years,
Behold how true true love appears'
On this your wedding day."
LAKE WEIR
Lake Weir, April 24. Mr. and Mrs.
J. H. Bradford accompanied by their
daughter, Sara and Mrs. S. P. Carson
returned from Safety Harbor where
they spent ten days on a motor trip,
Safety Harbor being the objective
point.
The Red Cross with headquarters at
East Lake is in a flourishing condition
at present. Since organizing, last
June the branch has spent $757.02 for
material and made over a thousand
pieces for the hospitals and for distri distribution
bution distribution by the Red Cross in a general
way.
Dr. F. P. Herr spent a few "hours in
Ocala Saturday, just long enough to
subscribe one thousand dollars to the
Liberty Loan fund instead of one hun hundred
dred hundred he was credited with in the pa papers.
pers. papers. Dr. Herr is one of our most
patriotic citizens and has most liber
ally given to the Red Cross and Chris Christian
tian Christian associations, as well as subscrib subscribed
ed subscribed to a good many thousand for the
Liberty fund in different states he has
his residence.
. Telephone message just announce
the death of Mrs. Moody at Leesburg,
Mrs. Moody spent several summers in
the Bradford cottage on Lake Weir,
and endeared herself to the whole i
neighborhood by her gentle refined
life and the pleasure she took in her
friends on the lake whom she count counted
ed counted by the score and who deeply sym sympathize
pathize sympathize with the family in their sore
bereavement.
Florida and Spanish Peanut Seed
for spring, planting. Ocala Seed
Store. 8-tf

PETER PAH MINSTRELS

A Full House Will be Deserved by the
Performance at Tuesday' Eve Evening's
ning's Evening's Entertainment
The people of Ocala hardly realize
what a fine entertainment the ladies
of the Woman's Club, under the guid guidance
ance guidance of Miss J. Pearle Rogers, ar
preparing for their delectation next
Monday evening.
The best local talent of the city is
going into it, heart and soul, and in instructed
structed instructed by Miss Rogers is going to
give the best minstrel ever yet set
forth on the Temple stage.
A rehearsal was given at the Tem Temple
ple Temple this morning. The doors were
locked, but a Star reporter got in
thru a window and heard enough of
the program to assure himself that
even a part of the singing was more
than worth the admission price.
Then it's going to be worth another
price or two to watch them, and last
but not least the show is given for a
patriotic purpose, so if you buy a
ticket you are sure to realize at least
300 per cent on the investment.
Tickets went on sale at the Court
Pharmacy this morning, and a big
block of them were taken at once, so
go pick out your seats as soon as you
see this. All your friends are going
to be preesnt, so the only place in
town where .you won't be lonesome
Monday evening will be the Temple.
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HOARDING WHEAT FLOUR
WON'T BE PERMITTED
Do not get excited over the flour
question and buy more than your
share. Retailers are requested to make
a record of the number of pounds sold
and the name of -purchaser. These
names will be turned over to the food
administrator. Clarence Camp,
County Food Administrator.
SCOUT MEETING
All scouts are urged to be present
this evening at their regular weekly
meeting. Meet at 7:30 at the armory.
8here will be great things for the
scouts on the public square this eve
ning, and many of your brethren will
be with you. If you are patriotic,
you will be there, and get your infor
mation on the scouts' intensive cam
paign, which starts tomorrow.
i.
Phone No. 451 is the American
Restaurant, Temple & Davis, proprie
tors, the best in the city, at the union
passenger station. 16-tf
Ask anybody about our repair
work. William & Fox Auto Service
Station. 18-tf
BUY LIBERTY BONDS

CARTER'S BAKERY

BUY THRIFT

EXERCISES UNDER DIRECTION OF THE WOMAN'S LIBERTY
LOAN COMMITTEE OF MARION COUNTY, ON THE PUBLIC
SQUARE IN OCALA. BEGINNING AT 8 O'CLOCK THIS EVE

NING.

Program

Arrival of Scouts on the square.
Opening prayer by Rev. C. E. WyatL
Vocal solo, "Liberty Bells," by Lester Lucaa.
"America, led bjf Mrs. H. M. Hampton. During the song, an accom accompanying
panying accompanying pantomime be given by Miss Vivian Peters of Fruitland Park.
Address by Mr. Giles J. Patterson, speaker of the evening, sent by Mr.
Mattox, war organization field agent for the state.
Vocal solo by Dean Miller of Citra.
Scouts hike song, led by Mr. Miller.
Benediction.

SWEEPING IIP
THE SEABOARD
Big Storm Traveling .kmg the Coast
from Larolmas ,to Long
Island 'i
(Associated Press)
Washington, April 26. Northeast
storm warnings have been ordered is issued
sued issued on the coast from Charleston to
New York. Weather bureau reports
indicated that a disturbance off
of Charleston is moving northeast.
BOARD OF TRADE
MEETING THIS EVENING
The regular meeting of the board of
trade will be held at 8 o'clock this
evening. At the last meeting we had
a good attendance and we trust thav
this will be equally as. good, if not the
best meeting we have had.
We especially invite the chairman
of the Red Cross drive that will begin
the latter part of May, and his com
mittees, to attend, i
Come out tonight, be with us, lend
us your ideas, reprove us for mis
takes and the first' thing you know we
will have one of the best organiza
tions of this kind in the state. Eight
o'clock tonight the meeting is called
to order.
Mr.'C. A. Tremere, who came in
from Belleview this morning, told us
of an occurrence that has saddened
his pretty town. Mr. John Bickford, a
young man from Massachusetts, who
has been in Belleview for several
months, in the employ of Mr. O. M.
Gale, left Tuesday in a car with Mr.
F. W. Goeke of St. Louis for a trip to
South Florida. Wednesday Mr. Bick Bickford
ford Bickford left Mr. Goeke in Tampa and
went on. Yesterday the authorities
at Fort Meade telegraphed that the
young man was dead in that town, his
car having upset and broke Tiis neck.
Mr. Gale went south last night to
take charge of Mr. Bickford's remains
and send them to his home in Worces Worcester,
ter, Worcester, Mass. He was a much-liked
young man, and his untimely death
causes deep sadness in Belleview.
Owinjr to the death of Mr. Bick Bickford,
ford, Bickford, the dance that was to have been
given at the Masonic hall in Belleview
this evening has been postponed.
,
. Mrs. Max Tobleske and children will
be here this evening on a visit to
friends. They are on their way to
Ohio, to join Mr. Tobleske.
AND HELP PUT KAISER BILL
v
You Can Get

VICTORY BREAD

In the usual quantities you use during the week of April
29th to May 5th. We shall refuse to sell exces excessive
sive excessive quantities to anyone. Be loyal and
don't try to "hog" the supply, as we
can only bake the usual quantity.

STAMPS IF YOU CANNOT BUY

A REQUEST, HOT
All ORDER
If People are Not Patriotic Enough
to Observe Wheatless Week,
They Have No Other
Incentive
Orlando. April 26. Special order
No. 420 A, is hereby modified to read
as follows:
"Wholesalers and retailers in wheat
flour are only requested not to sell or
offer for sale any wheat flour for the
week beginning April 29 and ending
May 6th."
There will be no penalty if they do
not comply with the request as the
original order above referred to is
only intended for a request and not an
order. Braxton Beacham,
Federal Food Administrator, Florida
PRETTY PARTY FOR
MRS. SCHREIBER
Those friends who were so fortu
nate as to attend the delightful card
party given by Mrs. Donald Schreiber
at the home of her mother, Mrs. Geo
K. Robinson, Thursday afternoon,
were most delightfully entertained.
This party was given especially in
honor of Mrs. Charles Chazal, a sweet
and popular young bride. There were
four tables arranged for auction. Miss
Adele Bittinger was the fortunate
winner of the prize, two dainty hand
kerchiefs. To the honoree was pre
sented a dainty package tied in four
separate bundles, which when open
ea was xouna to contain a quaint
household outfit.
Refreshments were served by the
hostess, assisted by her mother. En
joying this pretty compliment with
the hostess and honoree were Misses
Adela Ax, Adele Bittinger, Onie Cha
zal, Dorothy and Marie Hickman, Nel
lie Gottlieb, Mary McDowell, Doris
Murry, Caroline Harriss, Marion i
Dewey, Mrs. Willard Blood, Mrs. J.
R. Dewey, Mrs. L. R. Chazal, Mrs.
Hickman and Mrs. Wheeler.
The rooms were made very attrac attractive
tive attractive with lovely floral decorations,
their dainty fragrance and beauty re reflecting
flecting reflecting the season of joyous spring.
CEMENT AND PLASTER
Fresh car of cement and plaster
just received. We also carry Lake
Weir sand. Welch-Todd Lumber Com Company.
pany. Company. 25-tf
Dr. H. W. Henry's office telephone
is number 456; residence telephone is
number 340.
WHERE HE BELONGS
A LIBERTY. BOND

Believed Amount Will Far E

ceed Two Billion

ilPUFfilEHT OF AIRCRAFT PROGRAM ASSURED BY SEGATOfl
WADSWOHTH'S AUBHT

(Associated
Washington, April 26 Liberty Day
opened with a total of one billion,
nine fifty-six million, seven seventy-
six thousand, six hundred and fifty
dollars already raised for the nation's
third big war credit. Officials believe
today's work will send the total far
above the two billion mark.
NETHERLANDS ACTS NASTY
,
Holland has embargoed the expor
tation from the Dutch East Indies of
tin, tin ores, cinchona bark, quinine,
quinine salts and kapok, all of which
are needed by the United States in
large quantities for war purposes.
IMPROVEMENT ASSURED
The addition to the Overman bill of
an amendment by Senator Wadsworth
Drovidine1 for reorganizing the air-1
craft program by authorizing thfc
by
president to establish an executive
agency with complete powers, was as
sured today when Senator Overman,
who is in charge of the bill, advised
senators he would accept the provis
ion.
SPEAKER CLARK DECLINED THE
SENATORSHIP
Speaker Champ Clark today declin-

ed Governor Gardner's proffer of the discovered the fountain of perpetual
Missouri senatorship to fill the vacan- youth, while 'way back in the six six-cy
cy six-cy caused by the death of Senator teenth century a fellow named Ponce

Stone.
LET POTATOES
SAVE THE WHEAT
Potatoes are cheap and
plentiful.
at least part of the flour used each
more than you need. Mash them and
you will have a cozen uses for them
Prepare meat as for a meat pie and
make the crust of mashed potatoes.
Brown in the oven and you will be
surprised how good it is. Cream
potass witn crne u,e
for macaroni and cheese. Use mashed
potatoes for part of the flour in bak
ing muffins, cakes, biscuit, etc. Sweet
potatoes may be used that way, too.

ew potatoes boiled in the skins, thenLrrtf vostar.Actv ro r uA

peeled and brown in the skillet in
peanut oil are very delicious and very
little fat is necessary to brown them
Potato-Co rnmeal Mnffins
1 c mashed potato.
1 c cornmeal.
c barley flour.
1 tsp salt.
2 tsp baking powder.
1 tbs syrup.
2 tbs shortening.
1 or 2 eggs
Liquid to mix medium batter, about
c.
Add cornmeal, salt, syrup and Ya c
liquid to hot mashed potato- and cook
in double boiler 20 minutes. Add the
shortening and allow to cool thoroly.j
When cold add well beaten eggs, flour
and baking powTder. Add more liquid
if necessary and make about 30 min
utes in moderate oven.
Potato Chocolate Cake
Vi c shortening.
Yz c sugar.
c dry mashed potato.
1 egg.
V c milk.
U tsp salt.
1 square chocolate.
2 tsp baking powder.
, c barley flour.
Kate B. Weaver,
Emergency Home Demonstration Agt.J
Am SLACKED LIME
Just the thine- for wardens and san.
itary purposes. Price 75 cents per
oarrei i. o. d. yaras..
6-tf Welch-Todd Lumber Co.
A" very nice line of Wash Cloths on
display at Gerig's Drug Store. We
also sell War Savings and Thrift
Stamps. tf
Stamps.
Careful prescription service, using
Squibb's chemicals, at Gerig's Drug
Store. War Savinsrs and Thrift
Stamps sold. tf
BUY LIBERTY BONDS TODAY
LOST Today (Friday, April 26th)
black and white sweater on road from
Ocala to Gainesville. Return to Mrs.
F. W. Cook. 4-26-lt

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Lj It Li Li
Press)
SOUTH!
Liberty Day Not Anywhere Belts?
Observed than in Dixie Dixie-Land
Land Dixie-Land (Associated Press)
Atlanta, April 26. Liberty Day
was observed in almost all Southern
cities today with parades, mass me-gt-
lnes and community singing. Indiea-
tions Pointed to large bond sales ev-
erywnere.
. FOUND THE FOUNTAIN
Season in Florida Enabled
' Doyle to Shed nis Ad
Larry
vancing Age
(New York Times)
Larry Doyle's rame ought to go
down in history as one of the world's
greatest discoverers. Larry spent a
few weeks in Florida last winter snd
ide leon spent several vacations in
Florida looking for the same fountain
and couldn't find it. The children in
school read all about Ponce de Leon,
who -failed to locate the spring, and
yet tlJg isn't a word in any of the
histor. s about Larry, who executed a
the Evergiade3 and came face faca
with the mystic puddle.
Before Doyle went to Florida last
uU,. his basebaI1 days were aboat
over, and he had his ticket bought for
a haven of rest for aged athletes.
Larry didn't want to retire, but want-
hunted up the Florida pool that Ponce
de Leon fell down on.
And look at Larry today! Then im
agine where de Leon is.
Doyle's rejuvenation is easi the
sensation of the baseball season. He
a twob He scored one run and
droye Jn thre otherg with hi$ bIister-
ing bangs. If the major leagues kno.
anything, they will send all their
players down to Doyle s Epnng in
Florida next season. Some of th
players really ought to be sent before
next season.
Doyle's outbreak of youthful enthu-
iasm had much to do with the Giants
taking another ball game from' the
Boston Braves by a score of 9 to 2.
That makes six straight for M'Graw's
troupe. They now are the only set cf
players in both leagues who haven't
j been deefated thi3 season.
COLORED PASTOR AT
WORK IN FHANCS
Atlanta, Ga., April 24, 191S.
Editor Star: This is to call to yonr
attention the fact that I have just re
ceived from headquarters in New
York the information that Rev. Ar
thur L. James ol" No. 207 West Fort
King avenue, Ocala, Fla., has sailed
as a volunteer in the overseas service
of the Y. M. C. A.
According to our records, Rev.
James was pastor of the Mount Mo-
riah Baptist church of Ocala for five
years. He was graduated from Flor Florida
ida Florida Memorial College, 1897. He has
been a newspaper reporter and was
editor of the Christian Monitor, a
local paper.
Rev. James is one of more than
1500 volunteers sent overseas by the
Y- M. C. A. for sendee with the Am-
enwu cAituiuuuai 3 v.
allies since June 23, 1917. Since tha
government hzs placed m its hands
i the entire charge of the post exchange
as tm vliCu
nowva demand evfa a
numDer men- There is a campaign
on now for obtaining 3000 volunteers
in the next ninety days.
Yours very sincerely,
L. Porter Wood,
Nunnally's Candies fresh every
week at Gerig's Drug Store, -Tiisrs
you can also get Thrift Sterapu.- tf
a W. II. J ane, 11. D., Thjz'iL'i tz
Surgeon, specialist Eje, ITir,
Threat, haw Library I;.; I'
' Florida.

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OCALA EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, APRIL 2S, 1918

OCALA EVENING STAR

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Adjournment of Congress by July

1st is predicted.
' German, newspapers are rapidly go going
ing going out of existence in this country.

A chauffeur of one of the highest

officers atXamp Green is a million
aire several- times over.

Dr. Hermann Rosemeier. former

editor of the Berlin Post, predicts a

social revolution in Germany.

The Eusti3 Lake Region will put In
a Mergenthaler linotype. Nothing

like the Merg to do the work.
Germany's losses in the war art-

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During infantry inactivity on the
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Germany intends to organize- the
vast man power of betrayed Russia
into an army to be hurled against the

Allies, warns Dr. Toyoflichi Iyenaga,

of Japan.
School children in Germany get re

ward stamps for collecting old papers,

scraps of metal, rags and even hair,

all of which are used in Germany's

extremity.
i -It
is renorted that the' feud be

tween Roosevelt and Taft was ended

by a visit of the latter to the colonel

during his recent illness m a New

York hospital.
Colonel Roosevelt says that here
after we must see that the melting
pot does melt and that there shoulc
.be but one language in this country
the English language.
Tt is calculated that if Congress in

creases the minimum wheat price to
$3 it will add 2 cents to the cost of

a loaf of bread, increasing tne Dreaa

bill of the nation by a billion dollars.
, a
Tnp worth, dauirh-

ter of Ex-President Roosevelt, sold
the superb sapphire bracelet the

kaiser sent ner ior a.weuumg Flu Fluent
ent Fluent and donated the proceeds td the

Red Cross.

Germans are now using dye in their
-oe cVioiio.tn stain the craters -and

thus warn Germans to keep clear of

the mas they advance, ine gas nangs.
in the craters for hours after a shell

has exploded.

The British army rendered the
highest military honors at the funeral
of Baron von Richthof en, Germany's
great aviator who was killed in a
spectacular aerial battle behind the

British lines.

The victory of American troops at

Seicheprey, which they recaptured,
back before heavy waves

of shock troops, is praised in the of official
ficial official French report for the valor of

the men in attack.
A Spanish steamship arrived at an
Atlantic port with 265 passengers,
after being held up at sea by a Ger German
man German submarine and compelled to re return
turn return to Cadiz to discharge "contra "contraband"
band" "contraband" cargo.
America is assured ample tonnag6
to carry out war aims. Total now is
5,742,316, and 183 vessels have been
launched since the shipping board
took charge. Operation has been
.speeded up twenty per cent.
M. J. McGuire, business agent of
the "'boilermafcers' union told the
workers at Seattle: "You have agreed

to work eight hours a day, but the
men in the trenches whom those stars
represent work 24 hours a day. You

expect to get paid for an eight-hour
day and we expect that you will put

in eight hours' work for it, and that
on Monday morning every man will

be here. There is something-you will

have to do while this war is on work,

work, work, like blazes!"

MASS MEETING NEXT
TUESDAY MORNING

By request from Mr. Braxton

Beacham, federal food administrator

of Florida, a mass meeting of the

citizens of Marion county is called to
meet at the Temple theater in Ocala,
Fla., at 10 a. m. Tuesday, April 30th,

1918, for the purpose of deciding:

"Willwe agree to give up the use

of wheat flour unti lthe new wheat

crop is available, so that our soldiers

may be sustained properly.
Clarence Camp,

Marion County Food Administrator.

It is the duty of all our citizens to

attend this meeting and vote to sup support
port support the food administration. When

our soldiers and their allies can

crouch in the trenches or climb over
the top all thru this burning summer,

facing death and discomforts that

would drize the average citizen in

sane, we stay-at-homes, with plenty

of other things to help, can spare
them the food they need the most to
do the fighting and working on. We
are inexcurable if we do not do all for
them that we can.

BUYERS OF THIRD ISSUE
OF LIBERTY BONDS

Following are the .names of the pat patriots
riots patriots who have so far bought Liberty
Bonds of the third issue. If you have
not yet bought, there is plenty of
room for, your name on the list:
Anderson, T. L.
Ayer, Alfred.
Ax, Christian.
Ax, Mrs- Julia K.
Ax, Miss Adela.
Adams, B. D.
Allemand, J. E.
Adams, R. T.
Baker, E. V.
Baker, G. A. 7
Baldauf, Mrs. J. G.
Baum, B. B.
Bard, W. L.
Bridges, T. E.
Bullock, Mrs. W. S.
Bullock, Miss Alice.
Bullock, W. S. Jr.
Bullock, Julian. ;
Brown, Jake.
Borland, Miss Ethel.
Bostick, Mrs. Minnie A.
Brown, J. D.
Brown, Helen
Balckburn, Mrs. M. H
Benjamin, J. H.
Bishop, Mrs. Maude I
Booth, Mrs. Mary O.
Bragdon, J. B.
Blacklock, Miss Bernice.
Blacklock, R. W.
Bittenger, Mrs. H. J.
Burford, R. A.
Burford, Mrs. Ella L.
Burford, Miss Mary E.
Burford, Miss Agnes.
Burford, Sam K,
Bailey, Mrs. M. H.
Barnett, N.
Burnett, Mrs. Emma C.
Blowers, A. C.
Blowers, Mrs. A. C.
Birdsey, Ford
Bullock, R. B.
Clark, Ray Johnson Co.
Coulter,' J. W.
Chambliss, Z. C.
Chace, J. E.
Camp, Clarence II.
Chazal, C. P.
Cobb, A. C.
Carroll, R. R.
Cook, F. E.
Chazal, Ed.
Cox,. O. E.
Culverhouse, .Tenet.
Culvorhouse, Jessie Ray.
Culverhouse, Ben J.
Camp, Jack, Jr
Clement, E. W.
Cimte. Dr. J. E.
Cajse.'s, W. B.
Cappleman, Ucrotiy M.
Carstens, J.
Cullen, Miss Sidney.
Cullen, Miriam Alice.
Clark, Harvey.
Chazal, Nita H.
Chazal, John P.
Carn, Mrs. Lille B.
Cobb, airs. A. C.
Chambers, Mrs. Mary G.
Collens, P. W. v
Dobbs, E. E.
Dame, H. L.
Duval, Adelaide.
Davis, W. A.
Davies, H. A.
Deibert, Ed. C.
Davis, J.-.W.
Dickson, J. K.
Dosh, B. N.
DeCamp, Elmer.
Dankwertz, L. J.
Devore, J. B.
Devore, Mrs. Lila.
Devore, H. J.
Devore, Elbert.
Devore, Mannie. :
Duval, L. W.
Dame, Dr. Geo. A.
DeLaport, W. B.
Edwards, A. B.
Edwards, L. K. Jr.
Edwards, Miss Ruby.
Edwards, John L.
Eagleton, Katie May.
Easterling, Geo. W.
Flippen, Mrs. Edna.
Tort, N. A.
Ferguson, D. N. 0
French, Edward S.
Ford, Mrs. C. W.
Frink, Mrs. W, J.

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FRANK CLARK
Representative in Congress of the Second Florida District and a Candidate
for Re-Election

Fridy, C. W.
Green, K N.
Gerig, Mrs.. A. E.
Gerlg, J. J.
Griffin, Ossie L.
Green, Otis
Guthrie, J. J.
Grantham, Mrs. Levi.
Griffin, DeWitt.
Graham, Mrs. Elise.
Griggs, J. B.
Gallapher, W. B.
George, J. B.
Green, Mrs. Helen A.
Gerig, A.E.
Hunt, Miss Winnie.
Helvenston, E. T.
Heisler, J. S.
Hollinrake, S. P.
Henry, Mrs. H. W.
Harold, Mrs. Amy.
Hesemanr H. C.
Howell, C. B.
Howell, Mrs. E. L.
Holtzclaw, Mrs. Belle.
Hockef, F. R.
Hitt, W. H.
Hocker, Wm.
Hood, E. Van.
Huddgens, J. M.
Horne,, Norman.
Henderson, Miss Mamie L.
Harriss, Albert O.
Harriss, Mrs. Mary W.
Harris, Frank.
Harris, Mrs. Frank.
Henry, Dr. H. W. Jr.
Henry, Mrs. H. W. Sr.
Heury, Mrs. H. W. Sr.
Harriss, W. W.
Hoffman, H. W.
Howell, Mrs. C. R.
Jordan, E. C. & Co.
Johnson, Raymond.
Johnson, J. W.
Johnson, J. C.
Jones, R. D.
Klock, Mrs Margaret.
Kerr, Dr. F: P.
Keefe, Mrs. S. L.
Knoblock, J. II.
Lane, Mrs. W. W.
Ladies Aid Society.
Lovell, S.
Leak, Geo. T.
Logan, Mary T.
Luckie, Mrs. Laura N.
Lehman, L.
Looney, Geo.
Martel Lumber Co.

SAVE

WHEAT FLOUR

Use These Substitutes

Barley Flour
Rice Flour
Corn Flour
Corn Starch
Oat Meal
Oat Flakes
Nutrimeal (Peanut Meal)
Rice
Corn Meal
Corn Grits
All in Bulk

Not Substitutes

Rye Flour
Graham Flour
50-50 Hour (Rye & Wheat)

We can supply you
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GMOCEMY
Phones 16 &. 174

Marshall, G. W.
Martin & Co.
Martin, S. H.
Miller, Mrs. Augusta
Meffert, J. M.
Martin, W. W.
Mayo, Mrs. Nathan.
Mayo, Nat.
layo, Gertrude.
Mayo, W. T.
Munroe & Ciambliss Natl Bank
Martin, E. H.
Munroe, T T.
Munroe, Mrs. T. T.
McDowell Crate & Lumber Co.
Merrell, E. W.
Maughs, Mrs. L. C.
Millwood Lodge K. of P.
Munden, .D J.
Martin, J. S.
Marion Dunn Lodge F. & A. M.
Norton, Frank A.
Newbern, Mrs. Augusta.
Newbern, Mrs. Minnie N.
Newbern, Miss Ruby A.
Newbern, Wm. Bard Jr.
Newbern, Ernest K.
Needham; Miss Annie.
Nugent, P. H.
Nance, J. H.
McDowell, Miss Anna.
. McKenzie, L. B.
McDuffy, J. D.
McKejunie, A. S. J.
McKay, Arthur,
Owens, J. R.
Ocala Mfg. Co.
Ocala Marble Works.
Ocala National Bank.
Powers, Harris.
Pasteur, Mrs. Florence.
Phillips, J. P.
Powell, H. A.
Pedrick, PPerry H.
Payne, Mrs. Alice G.
Pearson, J. S.
Pfeil, Martha.
Preer, Mrs. W. P.
Peterson, Isalma.
Parker, J. F.
Rebekah Lodge.
Rogers, Mrs. Grace H.
Rou, Miss Esther M.
Rou, Miss Esther J.
Ramey, Mrs. Rosa J.
Ramey, Stewart.
Rou- Gilbert T.
Redding, R. H.
Stiles, Mrs. D. C. Jr.
Stiles, D. C. Jr.
Scott, Miss Katie.
Smith, L. C.
St. Phillips Catholic Church.
Stotesbury, Emily Ford.
Seckinger, Jefferson B.
y Saockley, Ella.
Schlemmer, Mrs. Pearl.
Shepherd, J. E.
Stanaland, C.
Sexton, Thos.
Schnitzler, E.
Simmons, C. E.
Smith, Dr. D. M.
Strunk, Mrs. F.'M.
Stanaland, Joseph.
Stephens, A. J.
Shortridge, R. S.
Strickland," W. T.
Scott, Mrs. K. M.
Scott, G. S.'
Snelling, J. A.
Tucker, Edward.
Theus, PauL
Tuucker, Mrs. H. W.
Todd, Mrs. Rex G.
Thomson, T. C.
Thompson, Mrs. M. R.
Taylor, J. P.
Thompson, H. I.
Todd, Rush H.
Thomas, Mrs. A. T.
Thigpen, Percy.
Van DeMan, Mrs. Annie W.
Vanderbrock, A. A.
Waterman, H. A.
Weeks, G. E.
Wartmann, Miss Byrd.
WeHie, Mrs. Leonora.
Winston, Cornelius.
Whitehead, Mrs. Margaret
Wartmann, E. L.
Wartman, Miss Elizabeth Ann.
Wilson, W. J.
Wartman, R. K.
Wartman, Mrs. E. L.
Wartman, Ed. L.
Wetherbee, Mrs. F. E.
' Wallis, Mrs. M. O.
Wall,-H. J.

OCALA,
FLORIDA

MR. PATRIOT

Have you done your duty?
Have you bought a Liberty
Bond? If not do so now. We
will help you. Marion County's
quota must be filled W e have
but two weeks more:
Munroe & Chambliss
National Bank

Whaley, Mrs. S. R.
Williams, T.
Wheeler, W. V. t
WTialey, S. R. 1
Young, Absalom.
List as General
Price, Mrs. J; D.
Gaitskill, S. H.
Price, E. L.
Dateman, C. E.
Christian, J. K.
Smith, Ida M.
Gist, W. M.
Burry, Chas. O.
Turnipseed,, J. C.
Dickson, H. L.
Petteys, D. H.
Flewellen, W. B.
Zall, F. C.
WTalkup, Miss Lillie.
Robinson, Mrs. Jennie.
Culpepper, H. S.
Farnbach, I. E.
QuatUebaum, J. C.
Hamilton, C. G.
Modern Waadmen.
Snc'th, J. M.
Burry, Mrs. J. B.
Rush, E. W.
Farnbach, J. At
Devore, Miss Mary.
Rush, S. P.
Walkup W. W.
Means, J.smes.
Batemau. m. C
bherouse, H. M.
Hemphi1!, Miss Kate.
Farnbac'i, J. A. Jr.
Neal, J. B.
Petteys, Mrs. Nellie B.
Murrell, Miss Pauline.
Murrell, Mrs. J. A.
Smith, J. C.
Wolf end en, J. L.
T'upree, Mrs. J. C.
McFadden, W. S.
Mizelle, Miss Elizabeth.
Raysor, Henry.
ITINERARY OF CANDIDATES

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Six per cent interest.
Partial payment required.
R. S. ROGERS.
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May 2nd, Adamsville (near Cole Coleman,
man, Coleman, Sumter county) picnic.
May 3rd, Fort McCoy, 7:30 p. m.
May 10th, .Romeo, picnic.
May 17th, Fairfield, picnic.
May 21st, Charter Oak schoolhouse
(near Summerfield), 2 p. m.
May 24th, Fellowship, combined
with W. O. W. picnic.
May 31st, Dunnellon, 7:30 p. m.
June 3rd, Ocala, 7:30 p. m.
Campaign Committee.
NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of the Fifth Ju

diclal Circuit of Florida in. and for

. Marlon County In Chancery.
George Townsend, Complainant, vs.
Lewis Steele, et aL, Defendants:
Order for Constructive Service.
It is ordered that the defendants

herein named, to-wlt: All unknown
parties claiming interests, through, or

under Liewls Steele, or CJeorge D. lie lie-Leod,
Leod, lie-Leod, or otherwise, In and to the fol

lowing described land lying and being

in Marion county, Florida, to-wit
Northeast quarter of northwest quar

ter of section twenty-eight, township

rourteen, soutn, range twenty-two
east, be and they are hereby required
to appear to the bill of complaint filed
in this cause on or before
Monday, the 6th day of May, 1918.

It is further ordered that a copy of
this order be published once a week
for 12 consecutive weeks In the Ocala

Evening Star, a newspaper published
in said county and state.
This 1st day of February, 1918.
(Seal) P. H. NUGENT.

Clerk Circuit Court, Marion County,

Florida. ay Kuth Ervin, u. C.
W. E. 6MITH,
Complainant's Solicitor. 2-l-12t

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A House and 3 Acres
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Room 5, Holder Block,
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YORK
York, April 24. Mrs. Jim Gillis re returned
turned returned home from Leesburg Thurs Thursday.
day. Thursday.
Mr. Frank Russell spent a few days,
here with friends last week.
Mr. Frank Russell and Misses Ce Cecil.
cil. Cecil. Hadsock and Lallie Gillin motored
to Ocala Friday for the day.
We had quite a surprise last week
when Mr. Thomas Russell and Miss
Florence Walker of Martel went to
Ocala where they went to the court courthouse
house courthouse and were married. We give
them good wishes for their married
life. .
A party, of young folks enjoyed a
motor trip to Silver Springs Sunday
afternoon. .

Mr. arid Mrs. Thomas Russell went

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OCALA WEEKLY STAR, FRIDAY. APRIL 26. 1918

UNCLASSIFIED ABVERTISIOT
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
RATES : Six line maximum, one time 25c.; three times 50c.; six
times 75c; one month $3. Payable in advance.

FOR SALE 1U17 5-passenger Dodge
in excellent condition. Owner in navy
reason for selling. Phone 211 or
298. 2G-3t
FIR SALE Pair of No. 1 wagon "and
farm mules. Inability to get help
reason for Eale. Address "C. E.," care
Star, Ocala, Fla. 25-lm
. FOR RENT Five room cottage with
modem conveniences, cheap to the
right parties. Address I., care Star
office. 25-3t
FOR SALE Lake front lot with
sufficient improvements for summer
outings. Location among the choicest
on North Lake Weir. Address, Lake
Weir, care Star office. 25-3t
LOST Gold pin; grape design with
two leaves; lost between high school
and Temple theater Sunday afternoon
of Community sing. Please return
to Star office. 25-3t

FOR SALE Lands and lots at Lake
Weir, Montague and elsewhere. Cash
or terms; or exchange for good Ford
car or Liberty Loan bonds. Address,
"K. E. L." care Star, Ocala. Florida.
D 25 1-m.
FOR SALE OR TRADE Seven pas.
senger 6-cylinder Paide; speedster
model; $550, or will trade for smaller
car prefer Buick or Ford touring
car. Inquire Cy. Hills at Ocala
House. 25-3t

WANTED First -class machinist, 65
cents per hour. Apply P. O. Box 1343,
Tampa, Fla. 24-6t
FOR RENT Six room flat, furnish furnished.
ed. furnished. Reasonable terms. Apply to Mrs.
TofTaletti, 310 N. Magnolia St. 23-3t
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WANTED Married couple wants 2
or 3 furnished rooms for light house housekeeping.
keeping. housekeeping. Give resaonable rates. Ad Address
dress Address "M. J. K.," care Star office. 3t
FOR RENT One team of good work
mules, wagon and harness. Notify im immediately
mediately immediately if interested. Mrs. A. M.
Kichline, American Fruit Store, phone
279. 23-t

FOR SALE Cheap, two lots, Nos.
Ill and 126- Dr. Chace's subdivision,
known as Linwood Park. Apply to
Edward Tucker, city. 16-tf

FOR RENT OR SALE An 8-room
house on Oklawaha avenue with all
modern conveniences. Apply to Mrs.
O. T. Green, city. 16-Gt

FOR SALE Fine Jersey cow with
six months' old calf. Price, $60. E.
B. Lytle, Stanton, Fla. 15-6t
JEFFRY CAR FOR SALE Six Six-cylinder,
cylinder, Six-cylinder, seven passenger Jeflfry car,
1917 model; run only 3000 miles; per perfect
fect perfect condition; new tires. A bargain,
at the Maxwell Service Station. 23-6t

MONEY TO LOAN On good, im improved
proved improved city property; 5-year period,
interest 7 per annum. Georgia Loan
.& Trust Co., M. L. Mershon, Agent,
Ocala, Fla. 4-15-tf

LOST On the Mclntosh'or Anthony
roads out of Ocala, between 1 p. m.
Sunday and 8 a. m. Monday, a com complete
plete complete set of Ford car side curtains.
Finder will please return to B. D.
Adams, 321 Daugherty St., and re receive
ceive receive reward. 23-3t

WANTED 10,000 men and women,
to dig potatoes at Hastings, Florida.
Good wages; season lasts until June
1st. Address T. B. Glass, secretary,
Hastings Farm Labor Bureau, Has Hastings,
tings, Hastings, Fla. ll-18t

WAL1, 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 68 Route B,
Ocala. Phone 2M. 3-1-tf

WANTED Your consignments of
vegetables and strawberries. We
make prompt returns and will appre appreciate
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and be convinced. Georgia Produce
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Peter Pan
Society Ladies'
Minstrels 1918

Words

God wove a web of loveliness

Of clouds and stars and birds.

But made not any thing at all

bo beautiful as words.

They shine around our simple earth

With eolden shadowine's.

And every common thing they touch

is exquisite with wings.

There's nothing poor and nothing

small
But is made fair with them.

They are the hands of living faith'

lhat touch the garment's hem.

They are as fair as bloom on air
They shine like any star,
And I am rich who learned from her

How beautiful they are.
Selected.
A Spring Festival
Perhaps many of us in childhood

days learned at our mother's knee to
lisp the beautiful verses never yet
grown old, "Words fitly spoken are
like apples of gold, in pictures of
silver." And we would indeed have
to find such words to describe the

lovely festival given by the teachers
of the primary school and Miss Por Porter
ter Porter yesterday afternoon at the school
grounds. Nothing is more attractive

than youth, and youth, color and mus

ic formed a combination hard to ex

cel, for from the opening scene to; the
concluding number the production was

an assemblage of grace and beauty. A
more talented body of amateur per performers
formers performers cojjld not be found anywhere.

The large audience assembled at 4

o'clock and were- comfortably seated

in front of the school building. The
spectators were entranced as with the
opening march eight little girls
marched out and in perfect time
gave the opening song, "I See You."
Their calisthenics were done to a
queen's taste, and so daintily were
they clad, and so graceful their move movements,
ments, movements, that one felt they had stepped

into a veritable fairyland. The her

ald, Bobby Camp, received great ap

plause, as dressed in white velvet
suit, cap and burnished curies of gold,

he proclaimed the coming of spring
time.

Little Miss Johnnie Lee Potter rep

resenting Lady Spring, carrying a

basket of lovely spring blossoms gave
in a sweet, clear voice the "Verses of
Spring." At her bidding the herald

called the dandelions, butterflies, gol gol-denrod,
denrod, gol-denrod, morning glories, poppies, vio

lets, roses and bees and the beautiful
chorus "Spring Time" was sung in

unison.

The beginners brought forth excla.

mations of delight as dressed in yel

low their verses were chanted in
perfect time and their "Yellow, Dan Dandelion"
delion" Dandelion" song was followed by the
farmer boys, who were darlings as
they sang to gestures, "This is th6
way we dig the ground."
The first grade boys and girls, rep representing
resenting representing the bees and butterflies, in
yellow, blue and white, gave a most
charming number. James Cox, as

"Sir Goldenrod," was a perfect pic

ture.

The second grade boys gave a
splendid drill with hoops bound in
green, followed by the chorus "Wake
Up Time."
The culmination of this delightful
program was the presentation of the
diplomas byJ Master Bonner Clark,
acting as a Harvard professor, to the
"graduating class," who were Mar Mar-jorie
jorie Mar-jorie Pickerel, James Aiken, Paul
Theus and Billie Knight, dressed in
caps and gowns. Prof. Clark's presen presentation
tation presentation speech was as follows:
"Ladies and gentlemen, before you
leave I wish to present to you the
senior class of "1918. This class like
all other graduating classes is a very
brilliant one, their work in science
and mathematics being of the. highest
order. I feel honored in having the
privilege of presenting these diplo

mas. Senior class of 1918, 1 take great

pleasure in presenting you these

diplomas at the culmination of your

long and arduous school life. You now

go out into the world to take your

places, and we wish you much success

in all your undertakings.."

Loud applause followed. Many

were the expressions of delight. The

teachers who gave the program are
Miss Stevens, Mrs. W. T. Evans, Mrs.

Maud Rochford, Misses Fannie Clark,

Marcella McLean, Edith Griffin, Lula

Griffin, Marguerite Porter and Eunice

Marsh.

Mrs.- P. N. Bong and daughter of

Williston are in the city today.

.

Mrs. J. J. Guthrie of Kendrick was

a visitor to our city yesterday.

,

Mrs. C. F. Smith of Romeo was

shopping in the city yesterday.

Mrs. L. H. Straub -and Mrs. L. B

Walling of Weirsdale, were shopping

in the city yesterday.

hospital corps at Newport, R. I. Mr.
Moremen is well known in the Orlando
vicinity, a brother of Dr. Moremen of
Ocala, and was the youngest post postmaster
master postmaster in the state. Before leaving,
he made a short trip home in his car,
to bid farewell to his parents, and
was accompanied by Dr. Moremen and

family.

Ocala Chapter No. 29, O. E. S.,
held it3 regular meeting in the Ma Masonic
sonic Masonic hall last night, After the bus business
iness business session, a delicious lunch was

served in honor of Mrs. Alice Yonce,
worthy matron of Ocala chapter, who
has been appointed Grand Martha of
the state of Florida, O. E. S. A very
interesting report of the grand chap chapter,
ter, chapter, which met in Jacksonville April
11 and 12, was read and enjoyed by
all.

At the spring festival given by the
teachers and pupils at the primary
school yesterday afternoon, the crip crippled
pled crippled children from the hospital were
the guests of the primary grade. We

think the pleasure of each was mutu mutual.
al. mutual. Of course, the convalescent chi

ldren vere filled with joy and glad glad-'ness
'ness glad-'ness at witnessing this beautiful en

tertainment, and the primaries happy
in the thought of a deed well done.
The regular monthly meeting of the
library board was held Wednesday
evening. Mr. C. S.' Cullen, the new

president, met for the first time with

the board.
I (Concluded on Fourth Page)

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UNDERTAKERS and E?SD ALGIERS
PHONES 47. 104, 223
OCALA, FLORIDA

Buy Thrift Stamps of us and keep
your skin nice and soft with Eexail
Skin Soap. Gerig's Drug -Store, tf
BUY LIBERTY BONDS TODAY

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
Careful Estimates made on all Con
tract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.

Coming Local Attraction to- be Pre

sented, by Woman's Club Under
Direction of J. Pearle Rogers
Temple Theater
Monday April, 29th

Thirty-five leading and talented
ladies in minstrels. An up-to-date
musical repertoire of latest patriotic

songs, musical comedy songs and

negro songs and dance features.
ONE NIGHT PERFORMANCE

Seat sale opens Friday, 9 a. nu, at
Court Pharmacy. Entire lower floor,

$1; balcony 75c., gallery 50c.

Our terms itnctiy casn, our service
the very best. Williams & Fox Auto

Service Station. 19-tf

If you can't spare your car in the
day,, bring it to us at night. Williams

& Fox Auto Service Station. 18-tf

Star ads, are business accelsratsrs.

Mrs. J. C. Dupree and Mr. and Mrs

E. D. Rou of Reddick were pleasant

callers in town yesterday.

Mrs. S. P. Phillips and son of Wil

liston were in town yesterday to meet

Mr. Phillips, who has been away on a

business trip.

Misses Inez Neville and Imogene

Whittaker, two of Dunnellon's sweet sweetest
est sweetest young ladies, were in town yes

terday visiting friends.

If anyone has a history of Greece,
either school or text book, they are
willing to part with, the librarian
would be glad to have same, for a
reference book, which is badly needed.
Mrs.. J. J.. Knoblbck of Martin has
been enjoying a visit from her sister,
Mrs. J.- M. Douglas of Weirsdale.
Mrs. Knoblock and Mrs. Douglas
passed through Ocala yesterday on
their way to Shady Grove to visit
their parents.
Mr. Gus Moremen left Ocala yes yesterday
terday yesterday for Atlanta, where he will
take examinations .for entering the

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The Government wants to borrow your
dollars for the fight.
UNCLE SAM wants to send wave after
wave of golden coin to back up the thousands
of boys in Olive Drab.
You invested in the first Liberty Loan
You invested in the second Bond Issue.
Now comes a third Gall for Patriotic Dollars.
Don't Be a "Quitter" We Are
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OAKLAND HOGEIIS

The many triends of Mr. ami .Mrs. O.
II. Itogrers are deeply saddened to hear

of the death of their little on Garland,'
who after a .brief illnesu -passed away
at the home of his grandparents, Jtr.
and .Mrs. It. T Rogers, in this city this
morning. Little Garland was In hln fifth
year, a 'bright and lovable child. He
will be deeply missed by his parents

and grandparents, who with the other
k relatives have the deep sympathy of

their friends.

A congenial party of visitors stop

ping at the Ocala House are Mr. and

Mrs. George Speese and Miss Mar Margaret
garet Margaret Speese of Philadelphia.
Sunday night services at the Bap

tist church will start at 8 o'clock, be

ginning next Sunday.

The Daughters of the Confederal

were faithful and loving in honoring

the memory of the departed heroes of

the South today, laying many beauti

f ul flowers on their graves, and most
tastefully decorating the monument

on the public square. They did not

forget the younger men who were

ready to tread in the footsteps o

their ancestors. Two ; beautif u

wreaths were laid on the grave of La-

C range Sistrunk in Greenwood.

The name of Mr. M. R. Hnnnicut

was unintentionally omitted from the

list of members of the Marion Coun

ty Retail Merchant's Association yes

terday.

Arrived at the home of Mr. and

Mrs. W. T. Hyde of Chelsea, Okla.

April 19, a fine baby girl.

Mr. D. S. Welch returned yesterday

from a trip to Sarasota. He was ac

compamed by Mr. Oscar Andrews

who will return to Sarasota this eve
ning.

Forty-nine young colored men, se selects,
lects, selects, left today for the training
camps. Camp Devens, Mass., has been
quarantined, so they were sent to
Camp Johnston. Their friends 'gave
them a big send-off. Tomorrow, on the
A. C. L.at 1:14 p. m., 26 young white
men will leave for Camp Jackson.
CALL NO. 178 IS
HEREBY ANNOUNCED

Honoring Mr. Wyatt's Birthday
A most enjoyable, farewell dinner

was given last evening by Mr. and

Mrs. Hooper, in honor of their pastor,
Rev. C. E. Wyatt, whose birthday it
was. The dining room was prettily

decorated with quantities of bright

spring flowers and the dining table

presented a most attractive appear appearance.
ance. appearance. Patriotic cards marked the

places for six and red, white and blue

streamers, at the ends of which were
concealed verses from eminent au authors,
thors, authors, were found at each place. A

delicious course luncheon was served,

during which toasts of appreciation

were made.

This delightful social courtesy was

an event of more than ordinary en enjoyment
joyment enjoyment for all who were present, and

afforded a pleasant opportunity for

these congenial friends to meet once
more together. All the ministers of
the city were present and the editor

of the Star, Mr. J. H. Benjamin.

'

Mr. and Mds. J. P. Moody of St.

Ausrustine are guests at the Ucaia

House.

Mrs. M. W. Purvis will sing at the

Methodist church at preaching to-

nieht at 8 o'clock. The service was

helpful and interesting last evening.

Today being Liberty Day, it seems
a fitting time to announce that at the

recent session of the Grand Chapter,

O. E. S. of Florida, in Jacksonville, it
was agreed to invest $2000 in Liberty

Bonds.

Six white men will be called to re report
port report on May 3rd to the Local Board

Marion County, Florida for entrain-

ment to Fort Scriven Georgia.
Local Board "for the County of Mar Marion,
ion, Marion, State of Florida, Ocala Florida
.W. L. Armour, C. C.

See dem black face artists in Peter

Pan in de lates songs and dances

Monday night at the Temple

While at War

WOMEN SUFFER AT HOME

Ft. Mteks, Fuv. -"Dr. Pierce's Golden
Medical Discovery and his 'Favorite

Prescription' are my

mother's remedies

for numerous ills,
7; land as tonics and
OWv nerve medicines. In

A jya'my own experience
-Sr;::-?lwith both, they cer-

f tainly were all that
An W Iwas needed to bring
H'r 9 Ai'it ,t 'fori t- j

Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Borland have as
their guests until Monday, Mr. and
Mrs. F. Reed of Clearfield, Pa., and

Mrs. "' Alice B. Irvin of Philadelphia.

They are on their way to St. Peters

burg.

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Miss Annabelle Allen, some years i

ago a student of our high school, but

ately a stenographer m Waterbury,

Conn., was married a few days ago to

Mr. Wade A. Montgomrey, a young

business man of Charlotte, N. C.

Today being Decoration Day, the

Daughters of the Confederacy are
decorating the graves of the brave old

Confederate veterans in both ceme

teries. Yesterday was spent by the U.

D. C. in untiring devotion to the
memorv-of their beloved dead in

w
making wreaths to decorate the mon monument
ument monument and graves.

Dickison Chapter, U. D. C, wishes
o thank Prof. Cassels and Miss Nellie

Stevens for interesting the boys and
girls who responded to the call for
flowers for Memorial Day decoration.

The flowers were placed on the Con

federate monument on the square and

on the graves of the Confederate

dead, and were most highly appreciat

ed by Dickison chapter.

LIGHT SIX FOR SALE

i WW M'l about what was de de-'b
'b de-'b feU sired. I was suffer-

fnsr from indices

tloa, so much so as to become very

thin and, pale, and grew weaic ana
listless, with very little ambition. I

was tnld bv a physician that the de

rangement of my nervous system was
thfi cause of the dyspepsia.

"Recently I took the 'Favorite Pre

scription alone and It relieved my
nprvmis condition and anDrehension

and prepared me for the trying ordeal
of motherhood, relieving me of its
many distressing features. I hope
nther women looking forward to

motherhood may Drofit by my test!

mony, not only to give them comfort

but to strengthen them ror tne nurs
tng period." Mrs. I. M. Peixiceb.

favorite PrescrlDtlon." the ever-

famous friend to ailing women, and
"Golden Medical Discovery," the great greatest
est greatest general tonic, are both put up in
liquid and tablets, contain no alcohol
or habit-farming drugs, and are to be

found in nearly all drug stores. The
tablets cost 60 cents. These mediclnet
of Dr. Pierce's have enjoyed an im im-sale
sale im-sale for nearly 50 years, which

proves their merits as well as the
statements made by users. If not ob obtainable
tainable obtainable at your dealer's send 10 cents
to Dr. Pierce, Invalids' Hotel, Buffalo,
N. Y., and he will mall trial package
of either tablets.

Get ;
1500
Extra
Miles

Most tires carry a
3500-mile adjustment

The 43 higher adjust

ment offered by Quaker

Tires is in keeping with the thrill
spirit of wartime.

A lierht six. valve-in-head motor,

1916 Oakland, five-passenger car, in

first-class condition. Apply at Max

well Agency, Ocala, Fla. 24-tf

Mr. F. F. Windell has cleared his

lot across the track and will build him

a barn and garage besides planting
the unoccupied part to some forage

crop.

Another song worth the price of

admission is "I'm Goin, I'm Gone,'

which will be rendered in black face

by Glorianna Dockstader.

NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of 'Marion County,

Florida In Chancery.
T. T. Munroe et al, Complainants, vs.
W. E. EUcken et al. Defendants.
Order for Constructive (Service

- It is ordered that the defendants

herein named, to-wit: V7. E. Dicken. J.

T. Elliott, Jr., Wm. J. Keith, Spencer M.i
Nash and "William B. Williams aad each j

of them be and they are hereby requir

ed to appear to the biLl of complaint in

this cause, on or oeiore tne
First Day of Joly, 1918

It is further ordered that this order

be published once a week for eight (8)
consecutive weeks in the Ocala Eve

ning Star, a newspaper published- in

said county and state.

Witness my hand and the seal of

said court this 25th day of April, 1918.

(Seal) P. JNUUfcJ.NT,

Clerk Circuit Court, iMarion County,

Florida. By Ruth Ervm, JL. J.
HOCKER & MARTIN,
Complainants' Solicitors. 4-26-FRI
NOTICE

In the Circuit Court of Marion County,

FloridaIn Chancery.
T. T. Munroe, et al, Complainants, vs.
W. E. Dicken et al, defendants.

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Excess mileage reported by
Quaker Tire users shows three
tires'. service from two,; In many
case' vo tires' mileage from one.
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Ocsla, riorida

The complainants having filed a
sworn bill in this cause alleging that
they believe" there are certain (persons

interested in the property involved

herein whose names are unknown to

them, and having demanded this order

and otherwise complied iwlth tne law,
all parties claiming interests in, the
DrODertv hereinafter described under

Cynthia 31. Burnett, deceased, or under
J. T. Elliott, Jr., deceased, or under
W.m. J. Keith, deceased, or under

sSpencer M. Nash, deceased, or other

wise, and all narties claiming an lntei-

est in said property situate in Marion

county, Florida, to-wit:
Swi of nw4:

: N of ne'i Jying west of the Ocala

and lunnel ion public roaa;
SeV of nw4 :

Swi of ne west of the Ocala ana
runnellon public road; all In section
26. township 15 south, range 21 east;

Sw4 of seV4 of section 23, township

Id south, range 21 east;
West 158 acres of n of Perpan

Grant lying- east of Oeala and sshady

Grove hard road and being in section
25, otherwise described as: that rpart

of the following descrsbed lands east
of Ocala and Shady Grove hard road,
in section 25, township 15 south, range
21 east, to-wit; commencing at the
northwest corner of said sgrant, being
the westernmost 'point of said .grant in
section 26. township 15 south, range 21
east, thence north 55 degrees, east
41.25 chains, thence south 35 degrees,
east 40 chains, thence west 55 degrees,
south 41.25 chains, north 35 degrees,
west 40 chains to point of be-ginning,
all. in section 25, township 15 south,
range 21 east.
And each of them be and they are
hereby required to appear to the bill
of complaint heretofore filed in this
cause on the

5th day of A tijfust, 1818,
tlie same .being a rule day.
It is further ordered that this order
be published once a week for twelve
(12) consecutive weeks .in the Ocala
Evening Star, a newspaper publisher
in said county and state.
Witness my" hand and the seal of

said court at Ocala, Florida, this the
25th day of April, 1918.

(.Seal) l. n. AL OtLLN l

Clerk of the Circuit Court, Clarion

County, Florida.
By Ruth Ervin. D. C.

HOCKER & MARTIN.

Complainants' Solicitors. 4-26-FRI

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not can-not afford to wait another day. Get a can
at once and be convinced of the merits of
this wonderful baking powder.

If Calumet does not prove a big
saving is not satisfactory and is not
all we claim for it; your grocer will refund
your money.

Save wheat Stop waste. A small thing to do for those who are offering their all for 3ou.

It contains scores of selected recipes that will help you greatly in the use of corn and other coarse flours.

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BELLEVIEW

Belleview, April 24. Mr. Louis
Walker was feeling fierce last Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday morning for some unknown
reason, he went into the postoffice and
licked two postage stamps in a rapid
succession.
The fish fry of the season was pull pulled
ed pulled off last Tuesday night at one of the
Connor cottages at North Lake Weir.

About seventy-five persons of various
ages repaired to the lake about seven
o'clock and things began to fry. Ev Everyone
eryone Everyone ate fish to their hearts con content.
tent. content. Story telling, singing and play playing
ing playing games passed the evening away
until a late hour.
Mrs. Isaac -Nichols has returned
from a long visit to her daughter, Mrs.
I. "I. Strong at Pensacola.
Mr. and Mrs. Fred Nick of Wor-

chester, Mass., and Mrs. M. J. Hey Hey-ward
ward Hey-ward of Senoia, N. J., left last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday for their homes in the north.
Mr. Frank Norton of Candler, Mr.
Arthur D. Fiske and Mr. Tremere mo motored
tored motored to Orlando last Saturday night
and returned Sunday night.
"The dance held at the Masonic Hall
last Friday night was so well attend attended
ed attended that it has been decided to give an another
other another on this Friday night, April 26.

SHADY
Shady, April 25. We have been
having rain work has Been impossi impossible
ble impossible this week. Some potatoes are be being
ing being planted. I
Rev. Smith Hardin "of Ocala will!

tireach at -the Baptist church next;

Sunday afternoon at three o'clock.
Mrs. A. R. Douglass enjoyed a vis visit
it visit from two of her nephew3 from
Jacksonville Saturday end Sunday.

. Bring your car to Williams & Fox,
a reliable Tepirvshop. 19-tf

mO KEY TO LOMZ
On Good Real Estate Security.
Low Interest Rates. "loathly
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