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OGALA, FLORIDA, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24, 1918.
VOL. 25, NO. 204
Haig's Men Heavily Hammer
BRITISH HAVE TAKEIl HUNDREDS OF CIS AND THOUSAHDS
OF MElf, HAVE DRIVEN THE ENEMY TO BRAY
Ana ARE CLOSE TO BAPAUME
Paris, Aug. 24. In the three days
ending with Friday, the British had
captured eight thousand prisoners,
three thousand of this number being
taken Friday, says the Petit Journal.
ARTILLERY DUELS ON
Paris, Aug, 24. Artillery t -actions
in the region of Lassgny, between
the Oise and Aisne, are reported in
- an official statement. Raiding opera operations
tions operations in Lorraine are also reported.
( BRITISH CAPTURE "'MANY
London, Aug. 24 The British have
made progress in the fighting of the
past three days. The British have
captured fourteen thousand prison prisoners.'
ers.' prisoners.' ; . Y;Y" I-;:-
BRITISH HAVE REACHED BRAY
'London Aug. 24, 1 p. m. The
British third army is advancing very
rapidly, and has gone forward in
some places to a depth of four miles
on a front twelve miles in length. The
; British Fourth army is on the out outskirts
skirts outskirts of Bray, where heavy fighting
is in progress.
BRITISH CLOSE TO BAPAUME
The British are within two miles of
Bapaume, according to today's ad advices.
vices. advices. Bray is reported to have been
captured by the British.
mm Til .
: making AMcnne!
Washington, Aug. 24. During de debate
bate debate on the man power bill in the
i House yesterday. Representative 01-
ney, of Massachusetts, said that as a
result of the allied retreat before the
last German drive on the Marne two
allied generals were courtmartialed
i and another committed suicide. He
said British and French officers con concede
cede concede that ten thousand American ma marines,
rines, marines, flanked by four regiments of
American regulars, saved Paris by
J refusing to retire at Belleau wood be
fore twelve or fifteen German regiments-
fresh from the Russian front.
! SUCCESSFUL AIR RAID BY AM-
WOMEN TO 00 THE
Fifteen Hundred Thousand of
Our Men in France
Washington, Aug. 24. Another
'successful bombarding of the railroad
; yards at Conflans by American air-
planes, without the loss of a machine,
Strenuous Protest from Germany to. was reported in General Pershing's
Reimbursing Spain for i communique ior naay.
WifK tfto TImioK Arraw in Pmhad
Aug. 24. (By Associated Press).
A large number of cannon, including
complete batteries of howitzers and
British north of the Somme. Immed Immediately
iately Immediately south of the river the British
took twelve cannon. ; ;3
The village of Behagnies, twd and
a half miles north of Bapaume, has
been reached hv the Biitish. The
British are operating east of Jsinn-
cuuri, w i turn iwu aim u iiau uues v
Bapaume on the west. The British
.are reported xo nave reacnea points
east of Henin on the Cojiul river, five
miles southeast of Arras, in Sithey
ana are m me uuiswrts ui. oueger.
Further south they have captured
Ervillers and are still advancing.
BRITISH TAKE BECONDEL v
Several thousand prisoners passed
tnrougn in cages ueauiu general
Byng's Third army today. No effort
has been made to count tne captured
guns. The' British are reported, to
have cantured Becondel, and reached
the high ground southwest of Frl Frl-court.
court. Frl-court. They have passed well beyond
the Happy Valley.
BOCIIES ARE TRYING TO HOLD
' fli. oUnnfn at Thianval wn im..
certain this moaning. LaBoiselle and
Ovillers are reported to have been
wrestea irom tne enemv. imrauiuum.
appears' to have been surrounded by
the British. ''The British are reported
to have reached vieivuiers, wmcn is
only a mile and a quarter froni Ba Bapaume.
paume. Bapaume. The Germans are trying des
perately to save Bapaume.
r lUtll 1IM li IIS JUAJM UCiifcS
There was heavy fighting in Flan Flanders
ders Flanders this morning on a small scale in
the neighborhood of the Dranoutte
hrA&& in the T,v anliTit. vrhirY it is
reported the Germans captured. On
the other hand the British gained
some ground in the same region. The
fighting continues. Many more pris prisoners
oners prisoners have been taken everywhere.
. A H A 1 tf I I'll I 1 1 I r I I tt l
London, Aug. 24-7German motor motor-boats
boats motor-boats attempting a reconnaissance in
the neighborhood of Dunkirk yester
Amsterdam, Aug. 24. Germany
nas energetically, protested against
With the American Army on the
Vesle Front, Aug. 23 Lieut. Louis
the intention of Spain to replace lhVerdier, formerly head of the Lafay-
sunken Spanish tonnage by interned ette flying squadron, and his brother,
German ships in Spanish harbors, ac-; Paul Verdier, of San Francisco, have
cording to a Berlin official statement. been killed in action, according to in-
' 1 ZZI1 formation received here.
ALLIES BOMB COLOGNE
ish and French vessels. One enemy:'
boat is believed to have been destroy-
ed. There were, no allied casualties. Amsterdam, Aug. 24. Five per per-nppRTinv
nppRTinv per-nppRTinv iw Ain.viA -sons. were killed, two badly injured
OPERATIONS IN ALBANIA and damage done to private property
Rome, Aug. 24. -In Albania the by bombs dropped, by allied airplanes
forces of the' Central Powers yester- on Cologne Thursday, according to
day renewed their attacks from the announcement in the Cologne Gazette,
lower Semeni river to the heights of ; SUBS SANK THREE SHIPS
Mali and Mornces, it is officially an- . t
nounced. f Washington, Aug. 24. The sinking
: jof three American vessels in foreign
GOOD AMOUNT RAISED j waters by German submarines is an-
for tiiv r n a nn nouncei by the navy department. The
J OUAKDS steamship Lake Edon, with an army
. .. chartered cargo transport, was sunk
Company A, County Guards, held August 21, the U. S. steamship est est-thei,
thei, est-thei, regular weekly meeting at the bridge, August 16th, and the U. S.
ITT V evemu mie" steamship Cubore, August 15th- Six-
m-cuus, wiui ,a irg ueie- teen of the crew of steamer Lake
gation of .bo scouts as interested Eden are missing out 0f thirty-nine
spectators, and then went up on the accounted fqr.
square for an. hours drill, which they '
went thru with good spirit. J orniTTQ
; The committee to raise money to CAJHP Lll-E hOK SCO U rs
help the company made a good re . , . .
port. They had "secured $233.50 in A nunch of the Boy Scoutsll be
cash and pledges. The subscribers m camp by Lake Weir all nevt week,
to the fund are as follows: Th V leave mn futoes
? The Munroe & Chambliss National Monday mornmg, and will corn corn-Bank,
Bank, corn-Bank, H. A. Waterman, J. P. Phillips, Pnse I5d J10?' George Jordan,
Ocala Telephone Co., R. R. Carroll, HajTy.Holcomb,- J.: W. Davis, Lindsay
Edward Tucker, Ocala Steam Laun- andohn Troxler, James Ellis, Fred
dry, Main Street Market, a R. Ty-,Tf'?'-WniaM
dings, Court Pharmacy; Rheinauer & a?d Melville Little Scoutmaster Da Da-Co.,
Co., Da-Co., Frank's Store, Gerig's Drugstore, vies and Assistantcoutmaster Han Han-Marion
Marion Han-Marion Hardware Co., D. W. Tomp- sel Ivengood will ; accompany the
kins, Clarkson Hardware Co., Anti- Partv' MnJ?avleS home
Monopoly Drugstore, B. Goldman, Monday or, Tuesday, but Mr. Leanren Leanren-Ocala
Ocala Leanren-Ocala National Bank, Mclver & Mac-: Sf remam' charge, all the
Kay, H. A. Da vies, Commeircial Bank, 1 The P on the shore
S. A. Moses & Bros., R. S. Hall, G. f e lake, about a mile from Ok Ok-S.
S. Ok-S. Scott, L. W. Duval, H. B. Masters hiwaha station, and the boysxexpect to
Co., M. M. Uttle, Gates Garage,, have a good time.
Ocala Iron Works, -Welch-Todd Lum Lumber
ber Lumber Co., M. H. Temple, J. Camp, E. E.
Dobbs, Blalock Bros., Smith Grocery
Co., E. T. Helvenston, J. H. Benja Benjamin,
min, Benjamin, A. E. Gerig, Charles Peyser,
Weihe Co., A. L. Izlar, J. Malever, W,
D." Carn, Theus Bros., Mack Taylor,
J. E. Chace, E. H. Martin, R. Sim Simmons,
mons, Simmons, P. V. Leaengood, J H. Brin Brin-son,
son, Brin-son, R. F. Rogers, J. P. Galloway, P.
H. Nugent, F. R. Hocker, W. W. Con Condon.
FOR THE WEEK
LIMITED SERVICE MAN
Today: Priscilla Dean and Ella
Hall in "Which Woman?" Official war
Tuesday:; "The Whip," one of the
best Paragon pictures ever filmed.
Wednesday: Wallace Reid and
Kathlyn Williams in "The Thing We
Love." V :;.'':----:-
Thursday: William S. Hart in "The
Tiger Man." "-y:-'r
, Marion county is called upon to
furnish one limited service man to be
entrained for Camp Green, Charlotte,!
N,C August 30th, 1918. Who will
Local Board for Marion County.
Advertise in the Star.
' Gear Cutting, NIcIilc
Steel Shclts a Axles,
Oxy-Acetylene Weld Welding
ing Welding Cl Darning
CCAIA ffiON VOItKS GARAGE
Men, Says the Government, Must Get
' Out and Take Jobs Appro Appropriate
priate Appropriate to their Muscle
Florida is about to see a great
change in many of its mercantile es establishments,
tablishments, establishments, as well as in the stands.
From now on the government expects
every man to do his duty in the war
work, and they do not expect any
man of military age to hold a position
which a woman can; hold, during the
duration of the war. For this reason,
Robert Gamble, Florida director, U.
S. Public Service Reserve, is notifying
the various people through the state,
such as office buildings, department
stores and other large institutions, to
replace their man-labor as quickly
as possible with women-labor. Ele
vators in the large office buildings of
Jacksonville are now being manned
by girls. As you enter some of the
restaurants, you will be greeted, by a
smiling girl waitress and very short shortly
ly shortly every job of that nature will be
held by the fair sex.
The call for labor is so great that
the state advisory labor board, repre representing
senting representing the U.S. Department of La Labor,
bor, Labor, is about to issue an order mak making
ing making it necessary for every restaurant
and hotel to release their man-labor,
and for every public chauffeur, yard yardman,
man, yardman, by tier and men in this class of
work, to : immediately secure positions
m war work.
Mr. Gamble, in talking this situa situation
tion situation over, states that the new draft
law will be in eeff ct within a very
few weeks anyway, and that the bus business
iness business men might as ell prepare
right now for the change that is com coming.
ing. coming. The government quota of unskill unskilled
ed unskilled labor," which they, expect to take
from this state during the months of
August and September was estimat estimated
ed estimated at 2,520, but a wire just received
fr6m Mr. Gamble increases this
The "work Or fight' 'order is being
enforced and the government inspec inspectors
tors inspectors are now starting to take Mr.
Slacker and Mr. Loafer, and send him
to the front and putting him where
he can do his family and the govern government
ment government some good. V
Citizens of this vicinity, who know
of able-bodied men ; who are not
working, between the ages of 18 and
55, will confer a favor not only to
their city, their, state, but their gov government
ernment government and should report the names
of these parties by the first mail to
Mr. Robert Gamble, Florida Director,
U. S. Public Service Reserve, Cham Chamber
ber Chamber of Commerce building, Jackson Jacksonville,
ville, Jacksonville, Fla., and he assures them that
the matter Will be given prompt at attention.
GENERAL MUCH TELLS SEMITE- C0I1IITEE STORIES OF
M H mm m W m M m n m m r w m
- ALitiiiiiAii wm Aiic.ruiitL! liiVtuiiu;!) ur lilt
Qualified for Limited Service Only 1
A call will soon be issued for a
number of good stenographers, who
have had legal training. This call
will be for limited service men only,
and those who qualify under this call
will probably be assigned to the
judge advocate general's and provost
marshal general's departments, and
they will be required to report court
martial cases and attend t othe- mat matters
ters matters pertaining to military law in the
field. "-v y :.: --' :v;:y
For further information, apply to
the local board, Ocala, Fla.
Beutiful Silverware at THE BOOK
Washington, Aug. 24. Stories of
great unpublished American casual casualties
ties casualties overseas are wholly false, Gen General
eral General March told the members of the
Senate military committee at a con conference
ference conference with that body today He
said that all casualties were given to
the public as fast as the cables could
transmit them. 5
General March said the situation on
the western front was now decidedly
favorable, to the Allies. He also noted
further improvement in the shipping
situation. He said the total number
of soldiers embarked had now passed
the million and a half mark.' General
March spoke warmly of the achieve achievements
ments achievements of the Americans, and said that
"everywhere they have been tested,
they have absolutely delivered the
LODGE SENATE FLOOR LEADER
Washington,, Aug. 24. Senator
Lodge, senior republican in point of
service and ranking minority member
ofthe foreign relations committee,
was 'unanimously elected floor leader
to succeed the late Senator Gallinger,
at the republican conference this
morning. The conference adopted a
resolution urging early action on the
pending woman suffrage resolution.
HAVE THE SITUATION
GOING TO LET EM
. r GAMES
c Washington, August 24. It was
learned today that Secretary Baker
recommended that General Crowder
deier enlorcement oi the worK or
fight regulations so far as they affect
baseball players who are to partici participate
pate participate in. the world's series to Sept. 15,
so the games may be played.
SKILLED WORKMEN NEEDED
AT CHARLESTON NAVY, YARD
There are required at the navy
yard, Charleston, S. C, in order to
carry out successfully the govern government's
ment's government's enlarged program for : war
work, mechanics in large numbers in
several trades, especially shipfitters,
shipsmiths, (tool dressers), ship shipwrights,
wrights, shipwrights, ship joiners,' loftsmen, tool tool-makers,
makers, tool-makers, coppersmiths, molders (for
steel castings)', machinists ; especially
qualified as follows: grinder opera operators,
tors, operators, lathe hands and all around ma machinists
chinists machinists ; also outside machinists and
machinists experienced in laying out
machine work; and for the clothing
factory experienced power sewing
machine operators. Persons living
some distance from this yard who are
qualified in any of the foregoing
trades and occupations can obtain ap appointments
pointments appointments with transportation to
Charleston by applying direct to the
Civil Service Commission, : Washing Washington,
ton, Washington, D. C. Application forms No.
1800 should be used and these may
be obtained from any navy yard la labor
bor labor board, the postmaster of any first
or. second class postoffice, the Civil
Service Commission or any of the
district secretaries that may be most
convenient. : ''
There is also a demand for addi additional
tional additional riggers, sailmakers, rivet heat heat-ters,
ters, heat-ters, steelworkers' helpers, shipfit shipfitters'
ters' shipfitters' helpers and inexperienced power
sewing ; machine operators in all of
which ratings applicants should apply
on form No. 1800 direct to the board
by mail and, in case of appointment,
no transportation is authorized.
E. T. HEL VEMST ON
. Has Jest Received a Fall line of
RED RIDIWG Mem AMD OTBIER MAKES OF SCHOOL SHOES
FOR BOYS AND GERLS.
Big Line ot Ladies9 and Men's Shoes
Marines Lose. Three Men But Wipe
Out Rlinh nf RanjIUa
Washington, Aug. 24. Three ma ma-mines
mines ma-mines were killed and one wounded in
a fight with bandits in the Seibo pro province
vince province of Santo Domingo, August 13.
The report of the occurrence received
here says that many bandits were
killed and captured.
BOARD OF TRADE
The regular meeting of the board
of trade last night was attended by
Messrs; Meffert, Hunter, Mclver,
Israelson and Secretary Mayo. The
tourist problem for the coming win winter
ter winter season was explained by Mr.
Hunter and if plans outlined by him
are perfected, they will certainly
mean good advertising for our city
and county; also being the means of
a good many tourists stopping in
Ocala. This item is one of great im importance
portance importance and we trust that it will be
improved to the utmost.
THIRD WARD USED
FOR A CATTLE RANGE
Editor Star: I don't remember if
the Star was among the publications
which last year counseled us as a
patriotic duty to raise war gardens;
- a m a m
anyway, we raisea em. aiwt we
women and children of the third ward
ha worked early and late to do their
bit ju st as their peas, potatoes,
etc., were about ready to harvest,
along came a herd of fifty wild cows
and in the twinkling of an eye, which
being interpreted means about a
week,. all their spuds had gone a
glimmering to the denition bow-wows.
We tried hard to get the attention of
the fathers, but nothing was done and
after all was eaten up the drove dis disappeared.
appeared. disappeared. r V ' ".
While there is life there is expec-.
tation, so again this year we faith faithfully
fully faithfully planted over again. Last Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday night the same old herd came
back, and after spending the night in
C. Y, Miller's garden, and completely
destroying it, concluded to finish the
performance by a little display of
humor. So, to add good measure, and
sort of rub it in, one of the herd, a
rangy old longhorn cow, leaped over
Mr. Miller's front lawn fence and at attacked
tacked attacked him on his own doorstep. By
the exercise of rare skill Mrv Miller
saved his life by seizing her horns
and after she had nearly killed him he
was able to get his gun and protect
Last night this same herd broke in
and ate : up the entire year's work of
Adam Johnson, colored, in the shape
of rxas notatoes. etc. So the Lord
will have to provide for this poor
nigger. At the present writing he
has them shut up in my barnyard
awaiting the pleasure of the authori authorities.
ties. authorities. But the -pound master, thor do-,
ing his best, cannot get all this herd
to that inaccessible pound yard, and
if they get away 'they will certainly
devastate somebody's garden tonight,
very likely some poor widow like my-
There is a great deal of excellent
pasture now, in the city of Ocala, and
when supplemented by war gardens
it makes mighty fine beef, but we who
pay city-taxes are wondering if taere
is still a God in Israel, or any degree
of potency in city ordinances.
day morning were driven off by Brit-1
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It's entirely too mild to call Em Emperor
peror Emperor Bill a Potsdam liar,
The Germans have tanks, but don't
seem to know how to use them.
It begins to look like Foch is going
to be the great general of the war.
One swallow doesnt make a sum summer,
mer, summer, but nowadays it often makes a
' ,. ,f. ;' ''
Some of our ancestors paid less for
a cottage than we now pay for a cot cottage
tage cottage pudding. , . 1
. The French haven't as much clem clemency
ency clemency toward spies as we have, but
they have Clemenceau.
. When a poet breaks into print, it's
a pretty good sign he will remain
broke the rest of his life.
The kaiser regrets that he has only
seven lives (those of himself and his
six sons)' to save for his cpuntry.
This work or fight order is no nov novelty
elty novelty to some lazy men. Their wives
put it into effect before the war was
. Our ; soldiers are somewhere in
France It won't be many months
before they will be everywhere in
The nights are cooler. An extra
cold-blooded person is now : able to
quite comfortably cuddle, under a
sheet after midnight.
Sometimes one of the' boys at the
front will J look over the pictures of
his girls almost "as anxiously as' he
would look over a poker hand y and
wonder if they are all true to him.
In addition to other weapons, the
American soldier has one that he aU
ways carries, even in his sleep. It
never rusts and it never jams nor
runs out of ammunition. It is his fist.
Americans .: should arise to their
feet and stand at attention when the
Star Spangled Banner or the Marseil Marseillaise
laise Marseillaise is played. The latter has become
the national anthem of the oppressed
of the world.
Puck, for a number of years one of
the best comic papers in the United
States, has suspended publication. We
can remember when it was born and
we somewhat regretfully writes its
The kaiser says Americans are in
the war to v secure territory. Of
course we are, Bill; to secure our own
territory and that of our; neighbors
against Teuton robbers, rapists and
butchers. We will do it, too.
" ,". ., l
' The .Atlanta Journal contains a
thrilling story of the sinking of the
Tuscania, written by Ccurtland S.
Winn of that city, who was on board
the torpedoed transport. Mr. Winn
is a cousin of Mrs. F. E. Wetherbee
of this city.
There is a great similarity between
the tactics of Foch and the strategy
of Lee, Foch ; is doing -what Lee
would have done had the number of
his trooDs been eoual to those ar
rayed against him. Lee generally had
to stand on the defensive, but always
took the offensive whenever he had
the least chance of success.
Elsewhere we print a just com complaint
plaint complaint from Judge Warner of the hav
oc wrought by cattle to property of
citizens of the third ward. We can't
understand why such wholesale de
struction has been allowed. The city
has a special policeman whose duty it
is to look after such matters. If he is
unable to handle wholesale raids, he
should have the power to deputize
enough assistants to help him round
up a drove of cattle and drive it to
the pound. The people of the city
certainly have a right to be protected
against these incursions on their pro property.
perty. property. :
We hope Collector Stripling of
Marion county does not intend his
statement relative to schools not
needing seven mills- if the assess assessments
ments assessments are raised, as an argument
against the ten ; mill school constitu constitutional
tional constitutional amendment Tampa Tribune.
Mr. Stripling says that if property
is equally and entirely assessed and
the ,taxes correctly collected, a ten ten-mill
mill ten-mill tax will cover all purposes." He
isn't in" favor of thef ten-mill amend amendment,
ment, amendment, and we don't think anybody is
but the school teachers and a few
people who have no proper compre comprehension
hension comprehension of the burdens of the taxpay taxpayers.
ers. taxpayers. Here in Ocala we are already
paying ten mills. Our schools re receive
ceive receive seven mills of the county taxes,
and the school district collects an another
other another three mills and as the state and
county taxes are twenty-nine mills,
that means every. Ocala man who hon honestly
estly honestly pays his taxes shells out $3.20
for every $100 worth of property he
is assessed. These taxes, with the ex extortionate
tortionate extortionate price "of school books are
keeping hundreds of children out of
school in this county, and we suppose
it is better off than the average Flor Florida
ida Florida county.
"No peace that satisfies Germany
can ever satisfy us," said Senator
Lodge of Massachusetts, addressing
the Senate Friday. The senator gave
an earnest warning against "insid "insidious
ious "insidious and poisonous German peace pro propaganda,"
paganda," propaganda," and made the declaration
that peace must be dictated to, and
not negotiated with, Germany, to
place her in a position where she. can
never disturb the world's peace. Peace
terms which must and will be forced
on Germany were specifically detailed
by Senator Lodg,e in addressing the
Senate in support of 'the manpower
bill to extend the army draft ages.
They include restoration of Belgium
and Alsace-Lorraine, and the Italia
Irredenta to Italy, guarantees of free freedom
dom freedom to other nations in slavery to
Germany, such as the Russians, and
the return of Russian territory taken
under the Brest-Litovsk treaty. Fui Fui-thermore,
thermore, Fui-thermore, Senator Lodge ; declared,
Constantinople must be made a free
port and Palestine never returned to
Turkish rule. These are the principal
conditions, he said, "which will give
a victory worth having." :
Dr. D. M. Smith, who is now taking
a vacation amid the. mountains of
North Carolina, sends us the follow following
ing following from the Asheville Citizen:
"The Daughters of the Confeder Confederacy
acy Confederacy will be interested in hearing that
Mrs. Rebecca Winborne, 87 years old,
who recently passed away at : her
home in Wilson in this state is said
'to have been the woman who madet
the first Confederate flag. The ban banner,
ner, banner, designed by Captain Orren Ran Randolph
dolph Randolph Smith of Hendersonville, was
made by Mrs. Winborne, when she
was Miss Rebecca Murphy at Wilson
in February, 1861. A, few weeks aft after
er after the flag was completed it was
adopted by thet Confederate congress
at Montgomery, Ala., as the standard
of the Confederacy."
Sir Robert Borden, premier of, Can
ada, who arrived in New York Fri
day, after a ten weeks' stay in Eng
land and France, said he was firm in
the conviction -that never was the
spirit of the allied nations more steadr
fast or "more resolute than at pres present.
ent. present. ''America's mighty effort in send sending
ing sending more than a million men to
France was the deciding factor,- not
only in strengthening the morale of
the Allies, but in bringing victory out
of defeat in the west." Sir Robert
said. "It is beyond question that the
victories of the past four "weeks could
not have been possible except for
American divisions, which have taken
their place in the battle line."
: tj., ,,
The tact : and good sense of 3. S.
Blitch is being missed from the gov governor's
ernor's governor's office, and the incumbent
thereof is at his old tricks of making
a fool of himself and stirring up dis discord
cord discord and prejudice among what ought
to be and, but for such as him, would
be, a united people Lakeland Tele Telegram.
gram. Telegram. Hush, man! What you talking
about ? Miss Ruth is on the job and
will "be till Sept. 1. We've seen noth nothing
ing nothing from the governor's office that
wasn't perfectly all right during her
incumbency, and we wouldn't say any anything
thing anything about it if we did.
The following is from the lips of
an American mother when she heard
her son was killed in France:
"I would not have had. him. any anywhere
where anywhere else. If he had been at home,
with the great need that exists for
real men over there, I should have
been ashamed of him. I know he died
A boast that the American cruiser
San Diego was- torpedoed and not
mined was made by the- submarine
commander who captured the steam
trawler Triumph and used her on the
fiiihing banks this week, according to
word received from Capt. Myhre of
It' now seems assured that the
Ocala canning factory will start Oct.
1, with a sufficient supply beans
and sweet potatoes to insure its run-
ning for several months. This ter territory,
ritory, territory, if it would plan its crops
right, could' keep the factory running
the year around. :
If Congress is going to hold boys
from eighteen to twenty in reserve,
we hope it will at least allow them
the privilege of volunteering. All of
that age who are any account want to
get into the war. they make splendid
soldiers, and it is foolish to deny
The country is in crying need of
more coal, yet Fuel Administrator
Garfield blocks the most practical and
immediate manner of obtaining it -that
is, an increase of wages for the
miners. We think it is about .time
Woodrow put the skids under Harry.
The Germans have a "retreat spe specialist"
cialist" specialist" who seems to know his busi business"
ness" business" at any rate. The Allies have no
use for such an officer. Tampa
Let's wait until our soldiers and
their allies have taken back all lost
territory, and some of the enemy's be before
fore before we make such remarks.
: Some of them never get too old.
Capt, T. A. Embrey, formerly with
the Tennessee national guard, now a
leading banker of Winchester, Tenn.,
although 57 years of age, has volun volunteered
teered volunteered to go to France, to work for
the Red Cross, paying his own ex expenses.
penses. expenses. He is one of the best known
men in the volunteer state. Capt.
Embrey is father of Mr. Jack Em Embrey,
brey, Embrey, who married Miss f Frances
Scott of this :city, and who now holds
a berth in th e navy. V
SAFE T Y
You have been helping your Government by
buying United States Bonds. Maybe you would in invest
vest invest further if you hsd a safe place to keep the bonds.
We have decided therefore to take care of your
bonds free of cost. Bring them at once; Those who
have not finished paying for their Third Liberty Loan
subscription will please call and square accounts be before
fore before the Fourth Loan starts.
MUNROE & CHAMBLISS
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW
The following casualties are re reported
ported reported by the commanding general of
the American Expeditionary Forces:
Killed in I action ........... .
Missing in action '. . ..... . .
Died of wounds
Died (accident and other, causes)
Died of disease
Wounded (degree undetermined..
Prisoners : ... ...... .'. .
No Florida names on the list.
Total Number of Casualties to Date,
Including Those Reported Above'.
Killed in action (including 291' 1
at sea) 4,212
Died of wounds 1,260
Died of disease 1,594
Died, accident and other causes 715
Wounded in action .......... 10,476
Missing in action (including -prisoners)
,'. v.. 2,187
Total to date
DYING A HARD DEATH
, At an army camp where so many
men are gathered there are humorists
and humorous incidents in abundance.
One of the best stories concerns a re recruit
cruit recruit 'from a prairie town who arriv
ed at Camp Upton, L. L, with one of
the detachments.. After being at Up
ton a few days his company was sum
moned, and the officer before whom
the men lined up started detailing
them off for target practice the fol
lowing day. "YouH be shot," he an
nounced, to the 'first man and. '?, then
continuing down the line he said,
"You'll be- scorer, youH be marker
you'll be shot, etc." 1
-The raw trooper was one of those
designated to be ."shot," and fell out
of line with the others similarly chos
en. The fact that he was to be shot
the following morning for no offense
of which he was cognizant ; troubled
him, but he did not like to ask ques
tions, as the other "condemned" men
apparently were but little concerned.
On the way back to the barracks,
however, he could hold it no longer,
and turning to the man enarest him,
asked, "Is it true that we are to be
shot in the morning?" "H yes,
and it's tough luck," was the reply
from the man. who was miffed solely
because he realized that it meant a
march pf several miles to the range
carrvine a heavy rifle. Some :. tune
later the recruit made his way to the
camp telegraph office, wired his
brother in Buffalo that he was to be
shot in the morning, and requested
the relative to come and take charge
of his body.
The next morning the embryo war
rior learned that "being ihot" meant
that he was to shoot at the targets,
and he' stent the remainder, of the
day trying to think of what to say to
his brother who, in answer to th.
telegram, cama to Upton prepared to
arrange for a funeral. -.
Rev. L. C. Sheridan, pastor of 'the
Phoenix Baptist church, Jacksonville,
will preach morning and evening at
the First Baptist church.
. 9:30 a. m. -Sunday schooL
11 a. m. Morning worship.
8'p. m. Evening service.
You are heartily welcomed to our
(Rev. Gilbert A: Ottmann, Rector)
9:45 a. m. Sunday school.
7:30 a. m. Holy communion, every
11 a. m. Holy communion and
sermon, first Sunday.
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser
mon, except first Sunday.
All seats free. Every one welcome
at all services.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school..
11 a. m. Preaching.
.Text, Romans 12:1. Subject, A
Message for the Hour.
7 p. m.-Senior s League.
The league services are helpful.
8 p. m Preaching.
Text, Luke, 12:8. Subject, Speak
ing for Christ.
8 p. m.; Wednesday, prayer meeting.
Leader, Brother Ponder.. v
Members of churches that have no
services and the public are cordially
invited to attend our services.
. Smith Hardin, Pastor.
;i''::'f v ;."i; ; ;,'
St. Phillip's Catholic Church ;
St. Philip's Sunday- and holiday
services will be at 10 a. m. and at
5 :30 p. m.. Instruction for- the chil children
dren children at 9 a. m. Daily mass at 7 a.m.
Christian Science Society of Ocala
10 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
7:45 p. m. first Wednesday in each
Free reading room and library open
on Tuesdays and Fridays from 3 to 5.
We Are, Doing
Yonr Neighbors Repairs
Wliy Not Yours? 8
0CAU IRON WORKS GARAGE
ARRIVAL. AND DEPARTURE
OF TRAINS AT OCALA
A Good Place to Suy
Gccfl Shoes for ChRdren
, We are proud of the qualities of our
children's shoes, and that is why we sell, so
many of them. Parents have learned that
this the place where the outfitting of child children's
ren's children's feet is done with thought and care.
Our shoes for boys and girls are built
on lasts especially for growing feet while the
wearing qualities of the leathers are usually.
phenomenal when comparisons are made
In these days when qualities ARE uncertain
it is a real comfort to pare nts jtb know that
their children's shoe store can be depended
upon for quality
WEay Pay r.areM
Melvcr '& MaeGay
UNDERTAKERS 2nd EODALFJERS
PHONES 47. 104. 305 i
OCALA IFXORIDA v ;
Try "Bouquet Dazira Extract." It
has no equal, and can be had only at
Gerig's Drug Store. 21-tf
Seaboard Air Line, Northbound
No. 4: Arrives 1:15 p. m. Departs
1:30 p. m.
No. 16 (Limited): Arrives and De
parts 4:15 j. mi
No. 2: Arrives 1:50 a. m." Departs
1:55 a. m.
Seaboard Air Line, Southbound
No. 3: Arrives 1:10 p. m. Departs
1:30 p. m.
. No; 15 (Limited) : Arrives and de
parts 4:15 p. m.
No. 1: Arrives 1:45 a. m. Departs
1:50 a. m. '-
Oklawaha Valley, Southbound
No. 71: Arrives 11:35 a. m.
Oklawaha Valley, Northbound
4 No.' 72: Departs 2 p. m.
Atlantic Coast Line (Main Line)
No. 10: Arrives and departs 5:42 a.
No. 40: Arrives 1 p. m. Departs
1:20 p. m.
No. 38: Arrives and departs 2:27
a. m. .
Atlantic Coast x Line (Main Line)
No. 37: Arrives and departs 2:16
a. m. '. '
Nol 39: Arrives and departs 2:35
No. 9: Arrives and departs 9:03 pjn.
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, North-
.:;'.J '- S :t-bound ., :: '; '- -s'
No. 48: From Homosassa: Arrives
12:53 p. m. -' '-
No. 150 (Sunny Jim) : From Wil Wilcox,
cox, Wilcox, Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
arrives 5:45 p. m. A---.-
No. 32 (Sunny Jim): From Lake Lakeland,
land, Lakeland, Tuesday, Thursday and Satur Saturday,
day, Saturday, arrives 9:48 p. m.
i No. 140: Daily except Sunday,
leaves 3:45 p. m. for Wilcox.
Atlantic Coast Line Branches, South-
' : I bound- -'..-''
: No. 151 (Sunny Jim): For Wilcox,
Monday, Wednesday and Friday,
leaves 6:10 a. m. ;
No. 35 (Sunny Jim): For Lakeland,
Tuesday, Thursday and Saturday,
leaves 6:40 a. m.'
No. 141: Daily except Sunday, ar arrives
rives arrives 10:50 a. m. from Wilcox.
; No. 49: For Homosassa, leaves 2:25
p. m. ""f
Phone No. 451 Is the American
Restaurant, Temple & Davis, proprie
tors, the best m the city, at the union
passenger station. r 16-tf
A DOLLAR WASTED HELPS THE ENEMY
That is not a loyal thing to do, of course, and few of us realize
that we are helping the enemy when we waste money. Pretty hard
to define what waste is. One man's waste may; be another man's
economy. In'a general way, waste in war tune may be defined as the
. buying of anything not essential to health and efficiency. Every
dollar one spends for unnecessary things commands goods and ser-
1 vices, that is, labor and materials, needed bjr the United States Gov Government
ernment Government for war purposes. An i, if you invest the money you save
in War Savings Stamps, yon are again helping by loaning your mon money
ey money to your Government.
Is now a universally acknowledged necessity. No business man is
prepared to meet the daily atffr oi buFins if h a noi tro tro-tpctci
tpctci tro-tpctci with '-'''.'..
We represent not only the beat fire insurance companies, out
. also the highest class INDEMNITY AND BONDING concerns in
me wona. ,iau is over wiui
Holder DIh. OCALA, FLA.
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. r Dining room service is
second to none. : v
RATES From JlO per day per person, to $6.
ROBERT LI. RIEYER, J. E. IIAVANAUGII
Blanager. .? Proprietor.
OCALA EVENING STAC, SATURDAY, AUGUST 24. 1918
' Cabbage, Rutabagas, Beets,
Onions, Sweet Potatoes, Irish
vPotatoes, Apples, Pumpkip,
Seeded Raisins, Dromedary
Dates, Bulk Peanut Butter,
' Extracted Honey, Edam
Cheese, Brick Cheese, :
m Pineapple Cheese, Sliced
V Dried Beef, Boiled Ham,
Minced Ham, Bologna,
.Sliced Breakfast Bacon.
ONE GALLON OF
and one gallon of Pure Haw Linseed
Oil make two gallons of the best and
most durable Pure Linseed Oil House
Paint obtainable at a cost of from
1.15 to $1.45 per gallonl-according to
the price of Pure Linseed Oil in your
locality. ,( '.
Get one of our 2-4-1 color cards,
which explains the quantity of Paint
you will need.
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO,
. Slay the Pesky
v Critters with
v It's the simplest v
thing in the world
' to KILL Mosquitoes
with FENOLE; you;
can spray f several'
rooms thoroughly in -less
time than it
takes to say your
prayers. J 'yo
Qta. 75c; 2 Gals
$1.35; Gals., $20
; Sprayers; ;
Pint size 65c, Quart
? -size, 75c.: Com.
1 1 1 1 1
Air Sprayers, $1.25
ffl denote-C&I Co. gg
FVTh I; Manufacturers. BJrffl
Fenole I sold in Ocala by AntI AntI-Monopoly
Monopoly AntI-Monopoly Drugstore, Clarkson Hard Hard-Co.,
Co., Hard-Co., OUie Mordis. Tydlngs Drug- Co.,
The Court Pharmacy, Smith Grocery
Co., Cam-Thomaa Co. H. & Maiten
Co., Ocala Seed Store.
CzHcrhj Dexcribed As Tcrfcro
Relieved by Black-Drac;Ht
Rossville, Ga. Mrs. Kate Lee Able, ol
F3 place, writes: "My husband is an
Lngineer, and once while lifting,, he in injured
jured injured himself with a piece of heavy ma machinery,
chinery, machinery, across the abdomen ; He was
so sore ho could not. bear, to press on
himself at all, 03 chest or abdomen. .He
weighed 1C5 lbs., and fell off until ; he
weighed 1 10 ftis., in two weeks.
He became constipated : and it looked
like he would die. We had three different
doctors,, yet with all their medicine, his
bowels failed to act He would, turn up
a ten-cent bottle of castor oil, and drink
it two or three days in succession ".He
did this yet without result We became
desperate, he suffered so. He was swol swollen
len swollen terribly He told me his suffering
could only be described as torture.
I sent and bought Thedford's Black?
Draught I made him take a big dose,
and when it bc2n to act he fainted, he
was in such misery, but he got relief and
begat..- V mend at once. He got well,
and we both feel he owes his life to
Thedford's Black-Draught ;
Thedford'sBlack-Draught will help you
to keep fit, ready for the day's work.
Try it! ".... NG-131
WOOD! WOOD! WOOD!
Be on time. Get in your winter
supply of wood before it is too late.
Let us furnish you with good; and
first class service. Phone, 339.
tf C. O. D. WOOD YARD.
Service Flasrs and Flasrs of the
Nations at THE BOOK SHOP. 22-3t
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1 1 liT- r S
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
If You Have Any News for this De
partment, Call Fire Doable-One
We women cannot con a ship
Across the danger-zone,
Or sink a sneaking submarine.
Or storm a fort of stone,
Or lead a charge with naked steel,
Or loose a leaden rain
Bat we can bind the soldier's wounds
.That he may right again.
We cannot capture batteries,
Or in the trenches lie.
Or cut barbed wire, or mine a hilL
Or battle in the skv.
Or drop -the bombs upon the foe,
Or, point the roaring guns,
Or bear the flag to victory
uui, we can give our sons I
Of unusual interest is the Withers-
lodd weddinsr which will tVo n1a
in the Presbyterian church tomorrow
afternoon at 3 o'clock, when Mis
Rex: Todd will be united in marriaee
to I Lieut. Archibald McNeai Withers
of Pensacola, who is located at Camn
jonnston tor a few weeks before sail
ing. The wedding will be simple and
quiet in us tone, and will be witness
ea by the intimate friends of the
bride's family. The pretty bride will
be given in marriage by her brother.
captain a. u. ioaa. who arrived to
a. T r m - 9
day from Camp Oglethorpe. Her
bridesmaids will be Misses Nina
Camp and Mabel Meffert. Misses
Nettie Camp and Hannay Ellis will
act as ushers. The wedding music will
be played by Mrs; D. E. Mclver and
Mr. Wf W. Condon.
'p':li:;t:':--'7'''-::! Iv. 'V--: ":':v-. :'f!
Miss Bernice Smith of Martel is the
attractive little euest of her
Mrs. U ii. 1'illans. She will remain
for a week.
Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Blalock are the
happy parents of a ; little daughter.
born Aug. 23rd 'at their home on the
Mr. Geo. H. Hiird .of West Palm
Beach arrived in Ocala Thursday to
be the guest of. Mr. F. W. Cook and
Mr. and Mrs. M.' J. Roess and chil
dren left today for their home in
acksonville after a pleasant visit to
Mrs. Roess parents, Mr. and Mrs. R.
Anderson and family.
' - ''
Mrs. Ruth Deal, who has been the
guest of her aunt, Mrs. Dunn and
Miss Nan Brooks, left 4his afternoon
for her home in St. Petersburg. Mrs.
ileal will teach m the St Petersburg
school this winter.-. -
Mrs. D. W.' Tompkins and daugh
ter, Miss Irene Tompkins, left Thurs Thursday
day Thursday for Atlanta, ; where l- they will
spend a couple of rweeks, going then
o Waynesville, N. C, for the re
mainder of the summer. ;
. ' :
Mr. Norman Home will arrive next
uesdayjfrom Camp Sapphire, for a
two weeks visit to his mother and sis-
ers. He will then go to Columbia,
Tenn., where he will finish his course
this winter at the C. M. A.
Mrs. L, II. Pillans has received two
etters recently from her brother.
Corporal Lewis Smith, somewhere in
France. He is well and satisfied, al although
though although he has not yet received one
word from home.
Mr. and Mrs. S. M. Lummus and
children, Marion and Frances, and
Mildred Crosby left at 11 o'clock this
morning for Daytona Beach. They
will be guests of Mr. and Mrs. W.. W.
Harriss at their cottage on the beach.
They will return home late tomorrow
Mrs. M. 'A Horne and daughters
will leave Sept. 9th for Virginia. Mrs.
Home's elder daughter, Miss Ethel,
will go to Staunton, Va where she
will attend Mary ; Baldwin : Seminary.
Miss Elizabeth Home will attend
Randolph-Macon College. Mrs. Home
will divide her time between her two
daughters, remaining in Virginia all
: Miss Martha preer was the attrac
tive little hostess yesterday, ; after afternoon
noon afternoon at a motion picture party, com complimenting
plimenting complimenting dainty little Miss Mary
Roess, who left today, for her home
in Jacksonville. After, V: seeing the
pictures, the delighted little j guests
repaired to the Court Pharmacy and
enjoyed ice cream. Invited to enjoy
the afternoon with the hostess and
honoree were Misses Dorothy Adams,
Caroline: Peyser, Lucretia' Hocker,
Babette Peyser, Lucile Home,? Helen
Leitner, Marguerite Sexton, Margue Marguerite
rite Marguerite Hocker and Josephine Clark.
Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Bouvier and
children arrived home last night from
Miami, where they visited. Mrs. Henry
Price, and from Palm Beach, where
they were guests of Mrs. Bouvier's
brother-in-law and sister; v Mr. and
Mrs. Carlton?. Price. They made the
trip in their1; car and were delighted
with the country, which J seemed to
them to be booming. They had the
pleasure of seeing Dr. J. M. Gross in
Miami, and found ; him well. They
also met Mr. and Mrs. Blair and lit little
tle little daughter, Elizabeth, former Ocala
residents, all of whom are prospering.
(Concluded on Fourth Page) t
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
: The board of public instruction in
and for Marion county met in regular
session on Tuesday, Aug. 6, 1918, with
all members present and acting as
follows:'- G. S. Scott, chairman, and
A, J." Stephens and C. R. Veal, "mem "members,
bers, "members, and Supt J. H. Brinson, secre secretary.
tary. secretary. T. M. McCants, supervisor of the
Montague colored school, called and
reported that the house had been con considerably
siderably considerably damaged by fire. He was
instructed to have estimate of damage
made and to report to the superin
tendent and steps would be taken to
have it repaired and to collect the in
surance that might be due on it
The supervisor of Mt Pelier schoo
called and reported upon certain work
that needed to be done and discussed
the general condition of his school.
The 1 man who dug the well at the
Summerfield colored school called 'and
reported on condition of the well and
he was instructed to-' go ahead and
finish it with brick on the bottom.
Quite a number of citizens of the
Calvary ; community called and pre presented
sented presented a petition to have & school
granted in their neighborhood and it
appearing that they had the requisite
number of pupils ; it was agreed to
establish the school with the under
standing that a building would be
furnished by the community. It was
agreed that Mr. L. L. Home should
Messrs. Landis Blitch and J. W.
Coulter trastees of the Blitchton
school called and discussed the mat
ter of operating their school with the
board and' the superintendent explain
ed fully the situation and it was
agreed to operate the school with an
appropriation of $40 per month from
county runds ana to pay su per
month from district funds for a term
of eight months.'
Mr. Aubrey Frink, one of the trus trus-ees
ees trus-ees of the Fellowship 'district, called
and discussed matters pertaining to
the school and filed1 a petition asking
that their' school be operated eight
months! The matter of the district be being
ing being due $120 from1 county funds upon
a previous settlement was discussed
and it was agreed that if upon look
ing the matter up ; fully ; this was
bund to be the case, the term could
be maintained for the eight months
requested., T .
The board adjourned if or noon.
' Tuesday. Afternoon Session
The supervisor of .: the Wetumpka
colored school called and requested
that certain repairs be made on their
school house and it being very neecs neecs-sary
sary neecs-sary the board agreed to furnish the
material with the' understanding that
the work .would be jdone by the people
of the community. V i ; ; j
Minutes of the regular meetings in
une and July, and special meeting in
uly were read and approved as read.
A number of colored people from
the Benedict community : near Fair Fairfield
field Fairfield called and presented a petition
asking that there be. a school estab-
ished in their community and as
they had a large; number of children
who could not reach, another school it
was agreed to furnish a teacher and
they agreed to provide the house.
Mr. G. W. ; Neville: called and pre.
sented i a note in favor of the Bank
of Dunnellon for $5000 and warrants
were drawn on the Munroe & .Cham
bliss National I Bank, depository, for
the note and the interest on it and the
note-taken up. "
Messrs.'' J. L. Edwards and C. S.
Cullen and Mrs. William Hocker,
trustees of the Ocala district, called
and discussed with, the ; board the- re
port of the superintendent of the dis
position of: the proceeds of; the sale
of $10,000 of Ocala bonds and also
the matter of the buildings that were
to be erected at the; white t primary
building and the colored school build building.
ing. building. It was agreed that the chairman
and secretary of the board with. the
Ocala" trustees should take such ac
tion as. they should regard as proper
in the jnatter of contracting for ; the
toilet buildings for the Ocala primary
and colored buildings.-
It was ; agreed to authorize certain
repairs at the Griner Farm schooL
The "board adjourned for the day.
Wednesday Session r
The board met with all members
present and acting. -,
A '. request was presented from the
colored school at Reddick for a num
ber of repairs and it was agreed to
refer the matter ta the trustees of
the Reddick district to have those re
pairs made that were absolutely nec
essary to make.
The superintendent presented the
oUowing report of the proceeds of
the sale of $10,000 of Ocala school
bonds voted Nov. 27, 1917, to run 20
years at 5 per cent, interest, payable
annually, interest and face of bonds
payable at Hanover National Bank of
New York. The statement was as fol-
ows: Price bid and accepted by the
Hanchett Bond Co. of Chicago, March
6.-1918. $9057.. Allowance made of
$25 1 to the company for making the
bonds and proceeds of draft for $9032
made available at Munroe & Cham-
bliss National Bank as depository on
July 27i 1918, less $16.84 for collec
tion expenses, $9015.16.? This being
for the credit of the Ocala special tax
school district it was transferred to
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OCALA'HION WORKS GARAGE
TffiS IS THE TEIE FCIl EVEIY .CiTiZETJ TO SIEvCIiT TO
UNITED STATES GOVEnKEOT
- Many are doing so at a considerable cost or sacrifice to themcelves.
This Bank is a member of the Federal Reserve Banking System established by.
the Government to give greater financial stability and strength to the -member
banks and protection to their depositors. We invite you to become one of our
customers, so that you may enjoy this protection.
the Bank of Dunnellon as district
The county held warrants amount-'
ing ,to $6250.44 with interest amount amounting
ing amounting itp $12514, a total of $75028,
against the Ocala school district; the
proceeds of the bonds, $9015.16, less
$750234, the charges of the county
against the district,, leaves $1512.88,
balance to credit of the district of
proceeds of bond sale.
Settlement was made by drawing a
warrant for each item of interest as
per list oh the district funds and de
positing! the old warrants and the in interest
terest interest ? warrants with the ; Munroe &
Chambliss' National Bank as deposi depository
tory depository to the credit of the county gener general
al general school fund. In the calculation of
the interest on each warrant the odd
days were omitted. There would also
be a warrant of $25 to draw on dis district
trict district funds to pay for a set of bonds
that was refused by the bond com
pany.; After v full discussion 01 the
various features of the; statement- it
was officially adopted.
The superintendent reported : the
purchase of war savings stamps for
the Oklawaha school, district by the
chairman of the board and .himself as
per previous instructions,' amounting
to 108 stamps costing $451.44, to be
held in trust for the beenfit of the Ok
lawaha special ,1 tax : tschool district.
They were purchased at the Ocala
postofilce and registered there.
Coupon warrant No. 22 to Mr. W.
J. Edwards for $2500 and the last in interest
terest interest coupon for $43.75 were pre presented
sented presented by .- the Ocala National Bank
for payment and warrants drawn to
take f them up. The matter of bor
rowing more, money at the present
time ; was discussed and it was found
not necessary at the present.
A request was presented for. a
deed to a lot that had formerly been
used as a school lot for the Ebenezer
school to a local cemetery association 2
ana 11 -was agreea mac 11 at, were
found that the county board held any
title to the lot it would ,be deeded to
this association for cemetery pur
The matter of the county dormitory
was discussed and certain repairs
agreed upon -. f ;
A letter from Mr. J. K. Christian
of the Mcintosh trustees was present presented
ed presented in reference to repairs needed at
the colored school there and it was
agreed to allow such repairs as were
absolutely' necessary, and also to se secure
cure secure !the best arrangement f or. get getting
ting getting water. ' y
A- letter was presented from the
Underwood Typewriter Co. claiming
that they could not furnish a new
machine on their old contract on ac account
count account "of the government taking all
their new 'output The secretary was
authorized to have the new one re repaired
paired repaired when necessary.
It was agreed to make arrange arrangements
ments arrangements to best advantage to furnish
water for the Clarksville colored
The secretary presented the follow following
ing following statement in regard to settle settlements
ments settlements with various school districts of
warrants held by the county board
against these districts: On Dunnellon
warrant for $1032.75, interest $165;
Reddick, warrant for $21.21, interest,
$3.39; Sparr warrant, for $157.03, in
terest $25.12; Fellowship warrant for
$195.50 settled by drawing district
warrants for $100 and for $95.50 and
for interest $31.28 and collecting the
warrants for $95.50 and the interest
warrant and holding the warrant for
$100; Fairfield, warrant for $400, in interest
terest interest $64; settled by collecting the
$400 warrant- and holding the $64
warrant; Homeland, warrant 5 for
$66.40 and interest $10.62; Summer Summer-field,
field, Summer-field, y warrant for $60.02, interest
$6.60; Lowell.' warrant for $295, in interest
terest interest $14.93; Ocala as per previous
statement.' Settlements were made
by drawing new district warrants for
the several interest items and de depositing
positing depositing both the original indebted indebtedness
ness indebtedness warrants and the interest war warrants
rants warrants in the Munroe & Chambliss Na National
tional National Bank as county depository to
the credit of the county general
school fund, in each there being dis district
trict district funds available in the Bank of
Dunnellon as district depository to
take up the warrants. v
Referring to the loan made from
Mr. M. L. Payne at the previous
meeting on a coupon warrant the
following resolution was unanimous unanimously
ly unanimously adopted:
Whereas, it is necessary to borrow
money for the purpose of paying out outstanding
standing outstanding indebtedness, arrangements
were made with Mr. M. L. Payne,
trustee, to loan the board of public
(Concluded on Fourth Pce)
, Noiv Open Under Kciv r.Icnc-ccnl
V Ccnif optable RconiQ and GccJ LZzcl3
Rates Rchccnafcle ; 4
Gcsd Hcntlnn Dalldng end Ffsln
Write for Rates and Reservatioas
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, P. O. Address, Ocala, Fla. F
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Mechanical Engineering, Law, Teach Teachers'
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A. A.f MURPUREE. President
4 kHI M M K "J ;
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in (he vcrld, cnCcr'CCCO. Cnc
Five Pabc2n2r Viz IzZzzl xncCzl
and rcllnfncnts in clszlz icr im immediate
mediate immediate CsUvcry. PlZzz
Frciatil end ; tVcr Ten knclnied.
Please fill out and forward this cou coupon
pon coupon with August 1st installment to
Mr. C. S. Cullen, War Fund Chairman
Vm CROSS PLECSE iKSHlilOJT-
name I.- i
AMOUNT ENCLOSED ...J
Blake Check Payable to "Second Bed Cross War Fnndw.
DR. U. J. WEIDE
Did your child fail in the school ex examinations
aminations examinations ? Many children are handi handicapped
capped handicapped in their studies by defective
Welhe Co.. Jewelers)
Phone 25 South Side of Square
v : FC2 17CIIITJ
559 Students from 25 Florida Coun Counties
ties Counties and 17 States 1917-13. Totzl 51
including Summer School end Chert
: Write at once for Catalog.
EDWARD CONRADL Preexist
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
Nice line of War
Books at THE
No, 2 Sugar Distribution
7. How much sugar can each per
Mr. Dodd, cashier of the Commer-j Not more than two pounds per
rial Bank, made a business trip tomonth person for household use
Kissimmee t today. an( a limited supply for the neces-
sary preservation of fruit and other
I foods. The army and navy must re re-I
I re-I ceive their ration.
8. How is the food administration
Mri John Spencer and family hav handling distribution of sugar?
returned from a two-weeks auto trip Use of sugar v in manufacturing
to South Carolina. anvthiner but foodstuffs and explo
sives has been forbidden: manufac-
Don't fail to call for Maxwell House turers of soft drinks, candy and other
Coffee. Kept at all grocery stores. txhess essentials have been rigidly re-.
stricted: the supply of sugar to ice
Messrs. Edwin Spencer Jr. and cream makers and bakers has been
Reed Robson of Lakeland were in I curtailed. For ordinary household use
town yesterday and today. I not more than two pounds can be
boueht at one time for town and city
Klenzo Tooth Paste is 'the best we residents. and not more than five
have ever offered to the trade. It is nmmda at one time for country people
cleansing ind refreshing, and the exCept at the discretion of the federal
pricee only 25 cents at GerigV Drug f00d administrator for the state,, or
9. What restrictions have been
Don't fail to call for Maxwell House ni-Pa on nuhlie eatinsr houses in re-
. m I ..
uonee. nepx at an grocery stores. iearj to sugar?
! Fnr pvprv 90 meals served .' not
Messrs. E. M. Nighbert and A. A. f mnr(, than two Bounds of suear may
,Uoui, oi tne state sanitary poara, arei purchased?
here, in attendance on the Lake coun-j 10 f Are there other rules?
... iii j i . .. ... . .i
iy came-aippmg cue. Federal food administrators in tne
! vflrimia states mav make rulines to
Let us supply your TOILET AR- .snit nPAi conditions in reeard to
TICLES. Our line is complete, and for home canning.
the prices always reasonable. The n. Are civilians to consider them
(Continued from Third Page)
Notice to Nurses v
If. there are any regular or gradu
ate nurses in Marion county, Mrs.
Emily Green, chairman of the Marion
county's nurses campaign committee,
American Red Cross, will much ap
preciate their immediately writing or
calling on her ; at her residence, 603 1
BOARD OF PUBLIC INSTRUCTION
(Continued from Third Page)
,'' 4 ' v
Bittinger is resting
-Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Spencer, are
visiting their 'son, Mr. Grover Spen Spencer,
cer, Spencer, and family in Jacksonville. V
Mrs. E. L. Wartmann with her son,
Mr. Alison Wartmann, his wife and
little girl, were m? town from Citra
Dr. and Mrs. Chipman and pretty
baby daughter of Leesburg, spent
yesterday evening and this morning
with their Ocala friends.
instruction $1600 for ten years at 6
per cent interest and that he be is issued
sued issued a warrant with coupons attach attached
ed attached for the interest payable semi
annually and that said warrant be
dated July 1, 1918, and to become due
July 1, 1928, this amount not being
in excess of legal limitation. :
Mr. Payne presented checks for the
amount and the warrant with the
coupons attached was prepared and
presented to him. j
Upon request it was agreed to give
quit claim deed of the old Oak Hill
school house to Mr. D. Fant. ;
The chairman and secretary were
authorized to borrow money if it
were found to be needed.-:
Mr.' J. L. Edwards and Mrs. Will William
iam William Hocker, trustees of -the Ocala dis district,
trict, district, called and discussed the settle settlement
ment settlement of the bond proceeds as per the
statement rendered by the : superin superintendent
tendent superintendent and ( as given above and the
statement was accepted and the terms
: A bid was presented from Mclver,
& MacKav for erecting "the toilet
building : and installing plumbing: in
connection with same as per plans
In our Tire Department, as in all other Depart Departments,
ments, Departments, we are saving you real money, and are
true to our motto:
ME TIDES FN! EI t.f IE!
SAUE TIRES FOR LESS Lie
We are also handling Factory Seconds, which
means a Tire with a slight blemish; and it will
pay you to look over the Tires before buying.
We are selling more Tires than two other dealers
put together: There's a Deccon. We Handle
the "Republic" 5000-Mile Tires. None Better.
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
selves on a definite sugar ration?
Yes. They are in honor bound to
use not more than two pounds per
Mr. C. C. Bennett, who is to go into
the army in a few days, has disposed person per month. They tare directed
oi nis snare oi meir imm uu to use sagar, substitutes as mucn as
thony road to his partner, Mr. Balk- they can. Substitutes include corn
svrup. honey, maple sugar, maple
syrup, sorghum, fruit, fruit juices.
19.. What is the suear ration at
nMeanf in TCruHann. trance ana
m m H -m '11 ST
is m the city, visiting nis proiner, England, two pounds
mr. it. u, vnaerson, buu represeuwug
the state sanitary board in the Lake
county cattle dipping case.
per month : France 1 Vi pounds per
Derson per month, including au ?ooas
and drinks containing sugar; Italy,
nna nnnnd tipr nerson Der :': 'monthu
If you have never tried Klenzo ,fiAr not miaranteed.
Tooth Paste, begin now and we know They represent the maximum under
we will have you as a customer for pnt -ationinir svstem. if the sugar
this right along. It costs only 25 -ftn be obtained. 1 ;
cents the tube, and one has to use 13. Does the two pounds ration
about hall the quantity as comparea vnnsPhni jers include sur ; for
Ocala only at ueng s urug jstore. rannml??
l"tl I : XT.- n.X moo' urananl rftHV. A 15m-
J1U( JUIVIBI fsvm.j
ited amount of sugar is allowed for
preserving' fruits at home. However,
it is urged that everyone eat less than
two pounds if possible, so that more
may be available for. canning
14. How can sugar tor home can canning
ning canning be secured?
By applying to the federal food
administrator of your state, or his
deputy in your vicinity. Usually cer
tificates must be signed ? by persons
who wish to. seeure sugar for canning.
These certificates are to be returned
to the federal food administrators of
E. C. Smith Jr., one of Uncle Sam's
efficient votine seamen, is home from
an Atlantic port for a few days fur
lough. Ed. is looking good and seems
to enjoy life in the navy.
Don't fail to call for Maxwell House
Coffee. Kept at all grocery stores, tf
A card today informs the relatives
and friends of Sam Hickel, that that
brave American boy has set foot in
France. Sam is with the field artil artillery.
lery. artillery. '"'
Don't fail to call for Maxwell Erase
Coffee. Kept at all grocery stores, tf
Superintendent Caldwell inform us
that he has been instructed to furnish
power by Sept. I, for the fertilizei
factory. This is another important
in TK TT TT PT
nc, n c WaiVi onH ;wn have I prepared by Mr. George MacKay as
"v,v" "' I i J J 1 1 4 I
returned from a pleasant visit of arcmieci ana-appmeu u,( u ur
4.v- t,c TWa Mi- W0l.h tees and board. The chairman and
i. ; rii,-.oM nnA nri.ofnTia.r secretary oi tne county Doara m con-
x i. : Isultation with the trustees of the
iea mem auuie. i ;
- . v l Ocala aistrict were autnonzea w en-
Mm. Frank T?ourlav and dainty lit- ter contract with Mclver & MacKay
tie daughter, who have been guests for the work. t x
f .mo Ttm-iair'a ffttbr. Mr.' G. A. In consideration of the interest be-
yJX. j I. J. . A XI. t t I
Liddon, left for their home in Jack-img paia oy tne aisinci. o. wcuuuwj
tJi district warrants and this m-
- terest being caicuiatea at o per
mr. to w .W swniw buH when a portion of it was drawing a .....
daughter, Miss Ellen, fill leave Mori- less rate. the county board &greeaxo
day for DeLand, where tney win oe i pyiyt TvT 1 TT T rIl
guests for a week, of Mrs. Stripling's ior improving wie x""" v JX LLJ
VJUy Pay LZcrc?
sister, Mrs. P. H. Campbell and, fam
Mrs. Harry Holcomb, who has been
with her sister 4n Melbourne for a
week wastmet in New Smyrna by her
Ocala schools and $300 to apply on
the contract price of the buildings
Bills? as per financial statement
were presented, and ordered paid.-
, M. ... ..
No further business appearing tne
Pccsencer and Deface
wfcoM'-TWiiifl-kAd tncether thev board adjourned to meet m regular
rofumoH tn Orala vesterdav alter- session on x uvawy, ocyk
J. H. Brinson, Secretary.
Mrs. Charles' Ahearn and two chil chil-drpn.
drpn. chil-drpn. who have been the euests of her
father. Mr. G.-A'. liddon and sister,! The laws of the state of Florida
Mrs. JG. C. Shephard, for several prohibit the keeping or maintaining
weeks, returned to their home -in St. or use of surface privies, privies "not
Augustine this afternoon. thoroughly fly-proof and in conform-
MrV and Mrs. W. W. Clyatt, Misses Board
ity with 4lans furnished by the .State aU ffI'-l
Board of Health and of deep well LCJ 5-vn U-1.J
Ernestine and Nan Brooks and Mar- sewage disposal plants. It is my duty I yTTrrrffl 11! Li VTP A TO) TT TTTMr7
garet Walters formed a c6ngenial to see that these laws are properlyl lilili ii lij lS) U rLi lLllilSJiiJ
nrtv whn left 2 o'clock this aft- enforced. I have begun the carrying
, .. I J l. 1 Aftiuni riflVI
vot.sw fni. Tlairtnna KpflPh m JMr.iOUt OX U11S UUVy UY'lCi"l
nirrof'o car Tlidv will TPtiim home! notice.
Monday. Nothing unreasonable is being ask-
- ed oi any one, dui tne least mv wuw
n, n tt T invi) 3nH Miss Aeneslbe exnected is that some definite ef-
Burford went to Lake Weir' yesterday fort be made toward complying wiUi
nvpmi?ht meats of Mk the law as pointed out in eachmdi-
CkiXJk v. w v"c "w O m
riarencA Camo and family. The en- vidua! case. It becomes necessary ior
the states by the "dealers who sell the tire party returned to Ocala this me -to remind some citizens 4
SUtrar. lnUS a Clietn. la lk,cpi vu I lliviuing, vwiiiiiis !-.: :
& ... I,i TnJit ni) 1act untar lTltrt tnv COT
Storage and PccMa
Gene Stratton Porter's new book,
a nnn'o-htAr of the Land.", at THE
TinnTC SHOP.. 22-3t
the wedding of Miss Rexie Todd and least enter into, my conception of my
Lieut. Withers tomorrow: -; duties in this matter.
' l Tf vmi haven't proper Plans ana
Charles Ray to his inimitable man- specifications, Mr. Geo. W. Simons Jr.
. . m -1. I il t- HM m AT. JmCK
ner mterestea tne xempie pawi oi w .oimw J 7i. I woe i hnino with services on ac-
vesterday. but his best girl interested sonville, wil be very giaa to lurnisn fn w in 0caw
WANTED, LOST, .FOUND, FOR SALE, FOU ; BENT AND SIM-
-' -': -,. ILAR LOCAL NEED3 y-..-: ;-J
RATES : Six line maximum, one' time 25c; three times 50c. ; six
times 75c; on month $3. Payable in advance. ;
A BUSINESS PROPOSlTlOWl
have several hundred dollars to in-
: yesterday, but his best girl mterestea sonviiie, wii oe very f to locate in Qcaja.
W. K. ne, M. D. Physician and Lm still more by her unique plan you with same without .any cost; to
but neglected, industry that the war gurgTOnVgpeciaiigt Eye, Ear, Noae and of getting rid, of "The
will set on its feet. Throat. Law Library Building, Ocala, ton." You mustn't f i
Family Skele-Iyou whatever
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
forget that the
official war pictures will be shown
this evening and will bring most of
real war as we will I FOR
Geo. A. Dame, M. D
tate District Health Officer.
FOR RENT Furnished and unfur
nished rooms. Apply 412 Oklawaha
itb nr-CKr riTii.iiiii iiniAi 1. 1 ni 1 1 L. t .x t i i i: m M.iMnfkriAiiD i m i n. i ma. o a wa wi ill n n nr-i 11 nu-a w .v - 1
"vK' prompt aeuvery vi picauiiMvu ug as wusc w ri o ... ;
rnooT-intinn is parefull v comDOundea I i j t ntmr-J -": m.wA4-na tn'ofiim i nni I rf o-p tnorouenly screenea. -
as ordered by your physician NO f a th We au0w f those excellent Bluebirds, Which modern convenieiices; eleepmg porcn, WANTED To rent, a siiroom cot-
SIIBSTITUTION allowed. Phone 284. tv- nn p.rmv. rtr 0.irtr. oimat pvptt oa South Second St., now occupiea tap-e with modern conveniences, weu
t I Till VIII ll.lllll. M. W b i J IVIIIIIilll 1 (1 J UIJV1V11 M AAA w w - .1 0 -
tf mon asks himself at least once, and by K. w. isiacKiocs, locatea witn large garuw "U1C AW
enmo of them "once too often. 1st. Also cottage same size, ioutn raising chickens. Steady, good tenant.
. I THo-litli Ktreet. opposite niRn ecuwi, Address DOX 104. city. o-xa-wi.
. OA 1 T.i. 1 J
Mrs. Seipp, who have been pleasant
Today is registration day for all
men who have come of age since June Dont fail to call for Maxwell House
5 last. Only eignteen nave regiswrea Coffee Kept at au grocery stores, tf
up to noon, so we are airaiu me oruei
has not been very well understooa.
FOR SALE Farmer certificates for
use of merchants in selling flour.
Price postage paid: 50, 40c; 100, 75c;
250, $1.50. Cash must accompany all
orders. Star Publishing Company,
Ocala, Fla. 22-12t
- Don't fail to call for Maxwell House
Coffee. Kept at all grocery stores, tf
NOTICE TO ALL LOYAL ...
MARION COUNTY CITIZENS acquisitions to the social life of our
eitv. Thev will on Sept. 1st leave ior
Watched Him Swell.
Leslie had been frittering witn
FOR SALE A Mosler safe in per perfect
fect perfect condition,' cheap. Also roll top
trolden oak desk, fully equipped with
cabinets, 5 feet long; as good as the
Til. ivAmitiva (inmrnittM of .the! t i :n u. -Cainn dga fn tAi e fhnf hi foo iiid Idav it.was made: very vreasonaDie
Ocala Win the War League calls on a t two months been connected with become badly swollen. Returning from price. Apply to E. U Joja11 dcr
Mr. Will Gray .leaves Monday lor u Qod citizens to furnish it with the th. commercial Bank here, but has srhool the following day his mother
Jacksonville, where he will be following information; the same will pted a more lucrative position, asked him what the teacher said to
ployed in government work. His treated as confidential v-and the Mr c.;.D oniv arrived-in Ocala two! him and he replied, "She did not say
friends will miss. Will, but are giaa nflme 0f the informant will not be di-r moto atrn ? r0i she and her hus-l anvthlnti but the kids all got around
..." . 1 1 2 . . : I ., ... T. I . ...
to learn he has lanaea a gooa joo. vultred: ,anA .mss- themselves as beme me to watch me swelL"
Do you know of any person wno, nas pieased th our little city and
Cut uiass and China at THE BOOK refused to invest in Liberty Bonds or -p-pt that thev are leaving.
c iiur-. : "-"i- i war savings aiamps ior aujr ieouu
other than maDuity on accouut vx ii- , nr.i..cu rm,ii
. ... !...; rn i i t rienas oi iomouv..,t-
Une ot our gooa citizens, Mr. 1. nancial conditions I w, al
Helvenston, who is doing a good busi- Do you know of any person who has kJJXT. Ramsdell who moved to!
ness, never comes out to the board of used to contribute to the Red Cross f mte
trade meeting. We would like to see or the Y. M. C. A for any reason ,"17 is nrincipal of
him there., Board of. Trade. other than inabUity on account of fi-t??JC
nancial conditions? fr a m.
si a nu ..j n w Tin I ..., ,v. I Tribune says: iur.-auu
messrs. O. u 0 y0U SHOW oi niij fpvu nUW : Rnltimnra.
. i, i i j i :.nU. inpii itM I. iicuucmaj c v
Vis, two OI tne nest insurance men m MW M who nas vioiawni a. xcu- x?omsl will confer with
the state ana wno -nave .vu 0I tne i . Smith, state superintendent
many years, never com v W1U1 Terence w wi .f "fT nWu iBetm,t.inn on school mat-
wheat, sugar ana suca uwicx - .
of trade meetings. Why notT
? Board of Trade
The case of the state sanitary
board atrainst a Lake county stock
man, for not complying with the cat-
tie dipping regulation, which was to If you are of Age You are Needed in ler, Md.
have been heard today, was aajourneu tne Army
on account of the absence of a wit-J Notice is hereby given to all citi citi-noss.
noss. citi-noss. Itv will be heard, in Tavares zens 0f Marion countv that all men
Atio-. 30. Sometimes one man's ob-1 who have attained their twenty-first
stinacy can cost the public a lot of birthday since the 5th day of June,
money. 1918, and on or before the ,24th day
: of August, 1918, will be required to
Another shipment of Jonteel Tal- J register at the office of the local board
cum Powder just in at Ceng s wrug i 0f Marion county, Florida, on Satur-
Mr. Ramsdell is a graduate of
tbp -1 91 3 class of the Hillsborough
hieh school, and has returned to. fill
the position which he neia last yeax
as principal of the school at iuizmu-
BUY WAR SAVINGS STAMPS
Ovn Your Ov;n Horn
. A lioaae aitd Two Lota
' A House and 3 Acrea.
-:" A noaae mud i "Lota
Can be Bought With Monthly Pay
L. n MURRAY
Room 5, Holder Clock,
STRAYED Fox Terrier dog, white
with black; saddle markedi on back.
Return to E. T. Helvenston's store
and receive reward. Was last seen on
Orange avenue. "20-6t f
FOR RENT Six room bungalow on
South Tuscawilla street. All modern
conveniences. Apply to L. B. McKen McKen-zie,
zie, McKen-zie, 607 S. Tuscawilla St. 23-6t
OLIVER TYPEWRITER FOR SALE
Used less than a week; has long car carriage.
riage. carriage. Price $40. A real bargain. E.
C. Jordan & Co, Ocala, Fla. 21-6t
WANTED At once three or four
furnished rooms for small family.
Address, with rates. "Rooms," care
Star office. ; 21-St
WANTED For soda fountain work,!
four young ladies. Address P. O. Boxj
465, Ocala, Fla. 8-17-u
IF YOU USE
your building will look well, the Painf
will wear well, the cost will be lowest,
since you will have fewer gallons to
j buy, because its au paint, ana yon
I get two for one. V ...
FOR SALE Farmer certificates, for
use of merchants in selling flour.
Price rjostaee paid, fifty, 40c:
hundred, 75c; two hundred fifty,
$1.50. Cash must accompany oraers.
Star Publishing Co, Ocala. Fla. tf
,; a i tr -'.
WANTED Small cottage with mod modern
ern modern conveniences, or first floor of
dwelling. Must be close in. Box 216,
or Miss Rutherford, care of THE
HEMSTTTCHER, Harrington Hall
A coat now and then of DAVIS
OLD COLONY WAGON PAINT pre preserves
serves preserves your wagons and farm imple implements
ments implements and makes them look like new.
ror Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO
Advertise in the Star.
day, the 24th day of August, between
7 a. m. and 9 p. m.
Local Board for Marion County.
Like Getting Signatures.
' Sentiment Is so easily molded that
three or four active people, by keep-
inir nt it lone enough can convince
CCALA CO UCnES ARAE I millions that water runs up hill in-
forty men at your service, so we
can guarantee promptness
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mods:title Ocala weekly star
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mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
mods:country United States
Ocala evening star
Ocala Evening Star
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