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OCALA, FLORIDA,. SA1 UK DAY, SEPTEMBER 28, 1918.
On Ypres Front, Allies Open
BRITISH HAVE TAKEII TEI!
Paris, Sept. 28. Allied troops be begun
gun begun an" attack on, the 'front north of
Yyres today. The advance at some
points has been more than two miles.
The Belgians are attacking on the
larger part of their front south from
the North Sea. One thousand prison prisoners
ers prisoners have already been counted. Heavy
fighting is taking place between Dix Dix-mude
mude Dix-mude and Ypres. .The battlej is severe
in the Houtholst wood.
BATTLE BEFORE CAMBAI
Paris, Sept. 28, 11:45 a. m. The
British resumed the battle before
Cambrai at daybreak today, accord according
ing according to news received here. They are
reported to have captured the vil villages
lages villages of Fontaine, Notre Dame, Can Can-taing,
taing, Can-taing, Noyelles and Sailly.
FRENCH TAKE POSITIONS AND
Paris, Sept. '28.- Contiuuing their
offensive west of Argonne the French
captured the village of Sommyp, ad advancing
vancing advancing about four miles, it is offic officially
ially officially announced. Additional prison prisoners
ers prisoners were captured, and fighting con continues.
tinues. continues. Betwen the Ailette and Alsne
the French took the towns of Jouy
TEN THOUSAND HUNS TAKEN
London, Sept. .28. Ten thousand
prisoners have been captured by thh
British, in their offensive in the Cam Cambrai
brai Cambrai area, Gen. Haig reports today.
Two hundred guns were also taken.
The British haye captured the
towns of Epincy, Oisey-Ladverge.
Canadian troops pushed thru Hayne Hayne-court
court Hayne-court and have reached the DoUai DoUai-Cambrai
Cambrai DoUai-Cambrai road. Alongthe whole bat battle
tle battle front before Qambrai operations
are5 progressing satisfactorily this
morning, Gen. Haig ananounces. i
. The following casualties 'are re re-the
the re-the American Expeditionary Forces,
ported by the commanding general of
The casualty lists of the American
army will hereafter be posted in the
Star's front windows every, morning.
If in looking over them you see the
name of anyone you know, please' re report
port report it, to the paper.
Killed in action, ...........104
Missing in action . ... .... ... 20
Wounded severely . 1 . 174
Died, accident and other causes.; 8
Died of wounds .'. I..
Taken, prisoner ...
Died from "airplane accident
Died of disease ........
GREAT LOSS OF COTTON
Albany, Ga., Sept. 28. A fire at
Leary, Calhoun county, last night
bumed 700 bales of cotton. The'loss
is $124,000. ; :
Mr. F. Logan, manager of the
McDowell Crate & Lumber Company
at Oak, reported to the Star that cer certain
tain certain persons in Ocala yelled "slacker"
at the driver of the company's truck
last Sunday, while it was passing
. through town. This is an unjust
criticism, as the truck's use is allow-.
, ed under the regulations. f
; The McDowell Crate & Lumber Co.
is doing a great deal. of war work; in
fact, more than half of the entire out output
put output of the plant is boxes made for
the U. S. army in which food is ship shipped
ped shipped direct to the battle f rdhts of
Europe to feed your' boy and mine.
It becomes necessary, almost every
Sunday, for part of "the big force at
the mill to work, sometimes in pro production
duction production and other times in making
changes- and repairs that the work
may go ahead .without interruption
on Monday. It is necessary ior the
truck to make trips to town in
getting supplies; and in transporting
the hands back and forth as a good
many of them live in town. The peo people
ple people of Ocala will kindly take notice
of this and refrain from unjustly
injuring the feelings of the driver in
future when the truck is used on Sun Sundays.
days. Sundays. There is no more loyal bunch in the
, county thai Oak or the management
- or employees of the McDowell Crate
& Lumber. Company. They do their
full part in all war measures, Liberty
Bonds, war savings 'stamps, Red
Cross and Y. M. C. A.
Your physician puts all his knowl knowledge,
edge, knowledge, skill and experience at work
when he writes your prescription; so-j
do we when we nil that prescription.
G. C. Green & Co., phone 424. tf
THOUSAND PRISONERS III THE
Hard Pressed by 'the Allied Armies,
It is Almost Ready, to
, (Associ&ted Press)
London, Sept. 28. Serbian troops
continued during Thursday to press
the retreating Bulgarians, and scored
important gains of grounds, the Ser Serbian
bian Serbian war office reports under a Friday
date. The city and fortress of Veles,
one of the most important bases of
the Bulgarian forces in southern
Serbia on the. Vardar, has been cap captured
tured captured by the Serbians. '"? The Serbs
are pushing on from Veles toward
Uskub. The "troops, defending Veles
were taken prisoner. The Serbs have
reached Ratavista, fifteen miles north
of Ishtib, and advanced a f consider considerable
able considerable distance beyond Kochana, to towards
wards towards the Bulgarian border.
London, Sept! 28.-7An official Bul
garian statement dated Sept. 24th',
announces that Bulgaria has initiated
the proposition for obtaining an ar armistice
mistice armistice and" peac
"- ENGLAND'S ANSWER
t' '.- -f ':
London, Sept. 28. Great Britain
has replied to the Bulgarian 'applica
tion for an armistice. It is stated the
reply of Great Britain was fully
covered by the answer given the Bul
garian representatives byv the com commander
mander commander of the allied army on the
TAKE THEM OR LEAVE THEM
If the terms as laid down which
have been dispatched to Sofia, are not
acceptable, the Allied Powers, it is
added, have no further conditions to
propose. A V; 1
v OWING TO 'AMERICA
Washington, Sept. 28. The im
pending collapse of Bulgaria, Gener General
al General March said today, is the direct re
sult of the concentration of American
forces on the western front. He ex explained
plained explained that, the day has now passed
when Germany can withdraw divis
ions from the western front to bol bolster
ster bolster other sectors menaced by allied
MARION COUNTY WOODMEN
The Marion County Woodmen's
Association met at Pedro Friday eve evening
ning evening in its fourth quarterly session
since its organization last year, with
Sovereign J. H. Brinson of Ocala in
The Pedro meeting was not very
well attended on account of the ex extreme
treme extreme unpleasant weather, but the
lack in numbers, was made up by the
enthusiasm of those who did attend.
A most pleasant business session
was held, after which the members of
McGee Camp served ice cream and
cake to the visiting choppers.
Ocala was chosen as the next place
of meeting and the date set for Fri
day evening, Dec. 13th, at the hall
of Fort King Camp. At the nexjmeet-
ing officers of the association for the
ensuing year will be chosen.
McGee Camp is a real live one, and
is among the few in the district that
owns its home. Its membership is
only ; thirty-five now, but the punch
has pledged itself to make a drive for
fifty by January 1st. W. J. Piatt is
consul commander, A. D. Pfbctori ad
viser, lieutenant, and S. G Lovell,
The Ocala delegation at the meet meeting
ing meeting numbered an even twenty, and
enjoyed their stay with McGee Camp
.immensely, though they were a pret pretty
ty pretty damp bunch when they arrived
home at 12 o'clock last night.
A big time is promised the associa association
tion association members who attend the meeting
in Ocala in December.
V S FOR THE WEEK
Today: The Official War Pictures.
Monroe Salisbury in 'The Winner
Tuesday: Mae Marsh in "The Glor Glorious
ious Glorious Adventure."
Wednesday: "Bringing Up Father
In His Speech
"IMPARTIAL JUSTICE TO ALL
New York, Sept. 28. "The price of
peace will be impartial justice to all
nations, the instrumentality indispen
sable to secure it a league of nations
formed at the peace conference, and
Germany will have to redeem her
character, not by what happens at the
peace table but what follows."
This was President Wilson's an
swer last night before an audience of
Fourth Liberty Loan workers re
garding peace talk of the central
powers. Peace must be guaranteed,
he said, but means must.be found to
guarantee peace from the parties
whose promises have proven untrust untrust-worthy.It
worthy.It untrust-worthy.It would be folly to leave the
guarantee to voluntary action of the
governments we have seen destroy
the white housc
i : V'7v.
THIS SPACE 13'CC'..
j2 rite C&&i
Wl BUTES MR 1
TI PiKOFPfi OF THE LIBET.H
i mi rniuc mi rat , -.
at New York Last Night a
He Opened the Liberty i
Loan Campaign I
IIATIOIJUliO THE INSTRUMEIITALITY
IT," VILL BE THE EHACTIIIG CLAUSE
Russia and deceive Rumania. The
president emphasized that the jus justice
tice justice to be obtained by a league of na nations"
tions" nations" must involve discrimination to
no nation. This, he sets forth in five
principles, which he declares is Am America's
erica's America's practical program for mainte maintenance,
nance, maintenance, and for which "America' is pre prepared
pared prepared to assume her full share of re responsibility.
sponsibility. responsibility. The president said these .principles
were impartial justice, involving no
discrimination between those to whom
we do not wish to be unjust. Second,
no separate interest of any nation or
group of nations can be made the
basis of any, part of a settlement not
- -,r ..
OccC JfaJt JhB
UTED TO WINNING THE WAR BY
consistent with common intes of
all. Third, no. special covens or
understanding within the ieral
league except as a power penamay
be vested in the league as aans
of discipline and control. Fi, all
international agreements and xties
to be made known in their trety
to the rest of the world. In iclu iclu-sion,
sion, iclu-sion, the president said Gerny is
constantly intimating the 'ms"
she will accept. The world d not
want terms. It wishes the tmph
of justice and fair dealings. :
666 contains no alcohol, arse nor
other poisonous drugs. Adv. i
THE OCALA EVENING STAR
9 CSA" 4
Is $409,850, and' We M
Fail to Raise It
Ocala, Sept. 27th.
Editor Star": Marion county's quota
of bonds to be sold for the Fourth
Liberty Loan campaign is $409,850.
This, as you will see, is nearly double
our former allotment as the issue will
WE MUST SUSTAIN OUR REPU
As the war progresses the expenses
of the government increase and I call
on all good citizens to unite m sub subscribing
scribing subscribing this amount for our govern
ment and in order that Marion county
imav hold the enviable position which
it now occupies of having gone over
the top three times.
T. T. Munroe,
Chairman, Liberty Loan CommitUe
for Marion County.
HERTLING HAS QUIT
Aged and Discouraged German Chan
cellor Has Enough
London. SeDt. 28. German Chan
cellor Von Hertling has resigned, a
Central News message from the
STfiifcM IS MOVING
TO THE NORTHWARD
Waashington, Sept. 28. The dis
turbance over northeast Florida at
I noon was moving northeast, possibly
reaching gale force tonight on the
Carolina coast, it was reported by the
I weather bureau this afternoon.
COLLAPSE OF AIRPLANE
Columbia. S C. Sept. 28. Lieut.
finHman of Oregon, was killed, and
Lieut. Thomas was injured by a fall
near the state capitol today while
flying in connection with the Liherty
Loan parade. 1
Th f ollowinsr citizens s of Ocala
I have been designated by the Liberty
Tan committee to serve as four-
minute men, during the campaign, at
the Temple theater, one each night.
at eight o'clock on the date precea precea-ing
ing precea-ing his name as appears below:
Sept. ,30th: R. L. Anderson.
Oct. 1st: R. F. Rogers.
Oct. 2nd: C..W. Hunter.
Oct. 3rd: D. Niel Ferguson.
Oct. 4th: R. A. Burford.
Oct. 5th: William Hocker.
Oct. 7th: J. J. Gerig.
Oct. 8th: E. H. Martin.
Oct. 9th: Rev. J. R. Herndon.,
Oct. 10th: D. S. Welch.
Oct. 11th: T. S. Trantham.
Oct. 14th: H. M. Hampton.
Oct. 15th: D. E.' Mclver.
Oct. 16th: Judge' W. S. Bullock.
Oct. 17th: John L. Edwards.
Oct. 18th: L. W. Duval.
By authority of Liberty Loan com
mittee of Marion county.
T. T. Munroe, Chairman.
BELGIAN RELIEF WORK
The committee appointed for the
Reljrian relief work will be at the
building formerly used as Gerig's
drugstore on Oct. 1st and Sana, to re receive
ceive receive all 'clothing contributed; so
I please bring or send anything that
you can give, even though you may
not have been personally soncitea to
give, for this grand worlc belongs vo
I all of us.
A man named Cash, who distin-
Nniishpd himself here some years ago
by trying to make fees arresting
negroes, is here from Alabama trying
to recruit negroes lor, he says, a
powder mill near Birmingham. He
v j :n
says he wants iou men auu
guarantees $3.10 a day. The colored
people ought to know how much his
guarantee is worth. It is probable
fhof rash i actin? outside the law.
Mr. Henry Gordon, representing
Marion County Council of Defense,
looking after the matter, y
Th annual meeting of the Marion
County, Florida, Chapter of the Am
erican Red Cross for the purpose ot
electing officers for the coming year,
will be held in the court house in
Ocala on Oct. 10th, 1918, at 11 o'clock
in the morning instead of Oct. 12tfc,
as was previously announced.
Mrs. John JU. Taylor, 2ec y.
No substitutes and no delay in
prescription work. Let us serve
G. C. Green & (Jo, pnone v
FORD FOR SALE A Ford touring
car at a bargain. Fords are scarce.
Hurry if you arc interested. The
Maxwell Agency, Ocala, Fla. 24-Ct
Americans Continue to Drit
mans Back-to 11
(Associated ire: 2)
With the American Ar:
west of Verdun, Se j t. CJ,
m., Thick clouds rr. l
again hampered aint, i i i-of
of i-of operations now. ia icjr icjr-ditions,
ditions, icjr-ditions, however, dila't pre
tirely operations bjr 'lztrt'
of the American air f:rc
their backs to the cJ.It'.c'z
Brunhilde line, the "r:ir.r.
are fighting desperE" 1
American advance c
The volume of Gem: lr3 i
AMERICANS ARE Ml
ONERS wi :
With an Americi
Northwest of Verd
28. (Associated X.
man prisoners coux.
by this corps alone 1
3000. One division
1100 of the total.
elude a large num
Guards, who marc'
machine guns and ;
The Red O7
France has ca
of France are
and a large numbc
bleached or unblea
a two-inch hem at i
inch' hern at the bot
these articles shoul
Bath towels, 19x'
Hand towels, 18x
Ndpkins, 14x14 i
Sheets, 64x102 ir
- Beginning Sept.
jng for one week tl
en shower" all o vc
secure these article
Ocala and Marion
give one of these
articles from their :
in this way wiihor
tion of the SQurce c
quantities of useful
cured for the Red
ion county must x
sure, go "over the t
her allotment. TL
new or substantial!
be of strong rather
and are not neces::
but of good cotton
Mrs. Jack Camp X
this linen drive for
ty Florida Chapter,
pointed quite a nu:
to assist her in th!
to house canvass r.
week to secure Ocr
Mrs. Camp has V t
chairman for each
chapter to secure
the county's allotai:
These gifts are t;
sent tojr Mrs. C. II.
Harrington Hall hoi
Saturday, October X
For any further
cerning the drive,
Mrs. Jack Camp, Nc
BRNIGING UP FA'.
J. W. Clifford, wl
folks laugh in the
gated "Dinty Moor
Up Father" will be
Up Father at Hoct Hoct-McManus
McManus Hoct-McManus cartoon -that
reports say i
cords for big busc
booked to appear
Wednesday, Oct. r
, tern a rer
for republication of
es credited to it or
jeuipa- in this paper
it??0 new published
filbt tof republication or
- 77 ern are also re
TfcAOyESTlSIjr G RATES
tions Js ,i?i8en!fm9' Alternate i
k.r tiTl 'n ad, 'that-run lesa
Hch -ffiV"." bed.on
a.k -fctTu vn iour inches
4 X K If m T A 1
Insertion- I l,..4ft Pr lor flrst
Went inrTf?rr Aine Ior eaoh ubse ubse-allowed
allowed ubse-allowed J?i0IV ne change a week
WlUo? char wlthout extra com-
' flTWsenienti at leeral rates.
Will be mli-i??0"111 or ohargre
mdrance. .... ..
. in advance.....
nie Tno"th advance.
une month. In advance.....
Doctrine of loving our enemies
seems to have gone into the discard.
education, even melndmo-
tnree additional- mills ; the Tribune
speaics of, and has better schools.
iNot eontent i with this, the "educa
uonai autocracy" wants to stick
another three jjlls.
AT THE CHURCHES TOMORROW j At the .pie ,t Poor OCIock Sun-
feunday will be observed
- - w I
uay a tne mptist church and a spec
ie program win be given by the
scnooi at 9:30 a, m. Are you coming? j
BRI2$f OUR PAPER ALONG
Blest be tie that binds
Our in Christian lover
Of Course you Want to be thpro nrliThe felnir nf IrinHrpH minds
bnare m tne joyous occasion. A spec-1 As that above.
iu onenng ior lorida state mission
win &e received.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m. Morning worship.
ine pastor will preach on "Drift
ing with the Stream."
In the evening there will be mat
ing of unusual interest, and a sermon
ZZXFC L KJt2S. S,dier" An! r each otter flows.
. JCltuves me serv- lne ftntJiixinir tPr
Before Father's throne
We 'i our ardent orayers.
Our f e? our hopes, our aims are
Oar rorts and our cares.
We shalUr mutual woes,
-'ur ijal burdens bear;
ice are specially invited.
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
Eric Collier, superintendent.
11 a. m. Public worship.
.$5.00 p. .ra. Public worshiD.
125 8 P m Wednesday, midweek
.50 prayer meeting.
7 a. m. Thursday, union commn.
...oo nity nraver meetino-.
2.25 Kev- femitn tiardm will lead the
SQlUniOn nrawr i maatir TV J
ine pastor -will preach tomorrow
morning on "Understandino-
limes. and m fh oronmn.
. bo far, thirteen brave Tampa boys Pian for His Church." The public is
mcir uves to tfte cause. praiaiy invited to worship with us
ineir country will h
tneir comrades have already avenged industrial school in the afternoon.
ncuu ; I Jnhn P ITamI r
9:30 a. m. Sunday school.
11 a. m.Preaching.
Collection for the' ornhanaw.
.-'.. . K
subject, ? "Applied i Christianity."
xcAi, accs ib: 14. v -:
' I p. m. Senior Epworth League.
8 p. m. Preaching. r
Subject, "Our National Preserva Preservation."
tion." Preservation." Deut. 8:18-20.
The British had thought of calling
him the half-crown price, but when
the Yankees camealong they told the
j.ujniies uiat na.r a crown was more
than twice thirty cents.
If the German food sunnlv i?n't
enough for: the winter, it will ha
fault of Hindenburg. He has reduced
tne uemand for food to the full ex-
tent of his ability.
Come.ou Almighty King,
Help the name to sing;
li us to praise;
Pat' aii glorious,
Cnind reign over us,
Aent of days.
Come0u incarnate word.
Gird fthy mighty sword
' G prayer attend.
Conrand thy people bless,
Andjve thy word success,
10W nria fonndatiotL ve saints of
IS laid I(vnnr faith, in his excellent
What m can he say, than to you
You who nto Jesus, for refuge vhath
Fear nott am with thee; O be not
tOT 1 amhv find and will still frive
HI strenten thee, help thee,', and
cate thee to stand, ;
my gracious, omnipotent
.4 The Leesburff CommerHal thinl- ;
be unfortunate for Catts to makelsue
e for senator airainst VUtih We need as much as S20 W th. i
v : i-i ., T
i unioruinate-rf or Catts. P"ge in tne collection tomorrow.
v; r Kw.uia nnisn. uicssmg to give more than
When thtugh the deep waters I call
7 :45 p. m. -Wednesday,
4 D. mFridfi v Jtt; 'r' "v. I tne to go, ;
w v 1 .
. iue river of sorrow shall not over-
1 wil be with thee thy trials to
And sancffy to thee thy deepest dis
i mil imvcr run j uuhwa wui sing ior US
jit. That Champagne the morning service and Mrs. M. J.
prised the home ""is m the evening. J
Vdid the Hun. It As a pastor it is our duty to urge
m operation as vcx yne iohow the plans outlined I
ihiel salient and DV our nation and church.
I iou will alwavs fi
German line iou will always find a cordial wel
come at our church.
Smith Hardin, Pastor.
I Knew Him
ARTHUR N. DAVIS. D. D. S.
(Copyright. 1918, by the McClure Ke-spt-per
wn, Ga., says
p of fraud
nt congres congres-jia
jia congres-jia county,
(Rev. Gilbert A. Ottmann, Rector)
9:45 a. m. Sundav school
Holy communion, every
t their reminis reminis-ing
ing reminis-ing the events of
be a good idea for
' our reminiscences
ith this, gigantic
j stack up more
i'5? mankind- can
tt hundred years.
ve f plaintively in in-:ct
:ct in-:ct with all the
i jn persisted in
fi: eye, and the
printed the para-
as "Foolish Ques-
Trib. means it was
Jesus, Wer of my soul,
Xet m to thy bosom fly,
While tle neafer waters roll,
While the tempest still is high.
Hide mi. O. mv Savior, hide.1
Till tr.e storm of life is past,
Safe in! the haven guide,
,0, receive my soul at last.
Other rt.fuge have I none,
Hangs my helpless soul on thee,
Leave, ()h leave me not alone,
Still Support and comfort me.
All my jtrust on thee is stayed,
All mw help from thee I bring,
Cover my defenseless head,
With the shadow of thy wing.
For your ov and mv bov.
And all off
St. Phillips CatiloUc Church Lt's lend 4r monev to the II. S. A.
St. Philip's Sunday and holiday And do olfr share.
services will be at 10 a. m. and at Ev,ry bonfa that we are buying,
5:30 p. m. Instruction for the chil- WlU helP Ito hold the fighting Jine
dren at 9 a. m. Daily mass at 7 a. m BuY bonds!, huv bonds!
. Iljor vonr Bl a
Oh, say c an y0U see by the dawn's
- earl y light, v
What sd proudly we hailed at the
n 1 Pgnt's last gleaming 7
11 a. m. Holy communion
sermon, first Sundav. i
11 a. m. Morning prayer and ser-
Veter- mon except first Sunday.
ah seats Iree. Every one welcome
at all services.
Christian Science Society of Ocala
10 a. m. Sunday sdhodt.
11 a. m. Sunday service.
7:45 p. m. first Wednesday in each
'estion, we sorrow- n luesdays and Fridays from 3 to 5.
ii 4.1 a. I
Muuiui it, mat it is I
bd or two. DEPRIVATION
j Ocala 'Star de de-ihe,
ihe, de-ihe, trana-peninsu-he
,ed the best and
And the r
, Gave pr
at surprised our our-Toregoing
Toregoing our-Toregoing in the
I have not penned
icn. S v
:ide the army and
i worried ; half to
rtom of saluting.
!dier or a sailgr,
jguardhouse law law-I
I law-I kick about the
-,1 A ; i.
um yuy, more
ing after their
I can not grieve to give my son to
To country's call, in foreign lands
Or if by cruel Hun he might be slain, Oh, say di
1 can not say that it would break ner
- my heart. 1 t,a
1 Can not cnnnf if lrtc i- vcr tne
And mimhorpH i; 6 I nonf
hero dead. ""f our
I can not kneel and say" a mother's
That God might spare my boy to
cAan not bid him go into the strife.
And smile with joy as he shall
I can not ask for aught in creed or
Ambitious power, ,or rule, that he
ydaymy heart iS aching dav W
For mothers who do know such hit.
nticise military Aler Pam,
- V And struggle how they e'en can bear
They have so mnnh rt i i
:hth on the list may gain! K' lUdlwe
s stamps. ; The But 0h-' I would so gladly stand the
rtate's and the loss,
'-three states, "JX? m ov
f k'tx7:h. r. d.e' indeed
,6rida is ahead
sales up to
i i3i ill school tax:
follow, for that
y awake. Will I
I doze ? Tampa j
e Tribune woke
t study the af af-J,
J, af-J, it wold find
keeping it up.
-cl districts in in-V
V in-V '.large major
ats navo voted
fV, "' vuunc
is dead7 1 WUld have'ive, have'ive,-Florence
Florence have'ive,-Florence Hardy Ottman.
Our f j
G. C. Gre
ad stripes and bright stars,
' the perilous fight,
e ramparts we watched,
5 so gallantly streaming?
ckets' red glare and bombs
sting in air, o i
Joof through the night, that
flag was still there.
oes the Star-Spangled ban ban-yet
yet ban-yet wave
and of the free and the
I J I 1 1 M
e oi tne Drave i
-h is marching on. j
is marching on.
od is marching on.
tuntry 'tis of thee
and of liberty,
inee i sng.
where my fathers died,
of the pilgrims prided
every mountain side,
father's God to thee,
r of liberty,
Jthee we sing;
may our land be bright,
freedom's holy light,
:t us by thy mght, ;
at God, our King. v
ave our splendid men,
them safe home again; -them
are so' dear to us,
ave our men.
DAVIS' CARRIAGE PAINTS
p.tuS JS, m toh, elastic
vn,T;;"t".a"a ??,e cot will make
r-.r ,?rutu auwoue or carriac
titutes and no delay in our
pn work. Let us serve you.
n & Co., phone 424. if
look like new. Thmr o A la.- .
?ss than two
tying fen mills
three new school
wear and tea.
For Sal R
THE MARION HARDWARE CO
TODAY PRICES WILL
3 fresh caught, salted fish,
consumer by prepaid parcel
)unds for $1; 21 pounds for
i : i
It. George Co:, Inc.
ieorge "On the Gulf,"
me oiaer people who had lived
through the war of 1870 had interested
audiences for once while they related
past experiences and gave advice as to
what preparations to make. A possi possibility'
bility' possibility' of food shortage seemed to be
uppermost in all minds, and the gro groceries
ceries groceries were stormed with eager buy buyers.
ers. buyers. Salt suddenly jumped to 75 cents
a pound and other tilings in propor proportion.
tion. proportion. On Sunday, August all the gaso gasoline
line gasoline In the country was commandeered,
and we heard of many American tour tourists
ists tourists being put out of their cars In the
cities and even on country roads, no
matter how inaccessible to trains they
might be. We accordingly decided to
stow our car away In an old wagon
shed attached to a hotel and sought to
return to Berlin by train.
At the railway station there was
such a tremendous crowd that it was
quite Impossible to get anywhere near
the ticket office, and anyway no prom promise
ise promise could be given as to trains to Ber Berlin.
lin. Berlin. ' ;.;
Trunks and bags were piled high in
every available space and It was
months before that enormous pile of
baggage was finally sorted out.
We decided to defer our effort to
reach. Berlin until Monday, since there
seemed no hope of getting away that
On Monday morning, the streets
were filled with excited crowds de
stroying every sign with a French
word on it and looking for spies. The
papers had announced that the coun country
try country was full of French spies, women
as well as men. I saw the crowd stop
an automobile, take a woman out and
literally tear her clothes to shreds be
fore the police succeeded In rescuing
her from the mob and took her to the
police station. The general supposi
tion was that all the man spies were
masquerading as women and the first
thing the mob did was to. pull out hair
pins to see whether the hair was real.
On Monday evening, we managed to
edge our way into the last through
train to Berlin. We were side-tracked
innumerable, times to allow troop
trains to pass through, and we were re required
quired required to keep our windows closed so
that no enemy passenger could drop
bombs on the bridges we crossed. It
was a hot August night and the lack
of ventilation was most oppressive.
Our compartment was crowded with
officers on their way to join their regi regiments
ments regiments and very grand and important
they felt In their new field-gray uni
forms which may have long been put
away in moth balls for just this oppor
tunity, Jbut which took the German peo
ple as well as the allies completely by
At Naumberg, which is about half
way between Frankfort and Berlin, a
company of soldiers boarded the train
and guarded the corridors while a non noncommissioned
commissioned noncommissioned officer questioned 'the
My wife, who was asleep in a cor corner
ner corner of the coupe 1, was the only worn
an in the compartment. Believing, that
her sleep might be feigned and she
might, in fact, be a man in woman's
clothing, the officer yelled, at her:
"Where are you going?" Her) Ameri
can accent, revealed wnen sue an
swered him, incensed him the more
and he demanded angrily: "What right
have you to use this train? Where is
y By that time I had produced all the
papers of identification I could find and
tried to tell him that .my wife and
were returning to our home in Berlin,
but he was too excited to listen and
would have dragged us off the train
had not an officer, with whom I had
been talking en route, intervened and
said : "I shall make myself personally
responsible for these people." I was
glad I had admired his new uniform.
From the coupe next to ours I saw
soldiers drag six Russians, throw them
down and kick them in the face, and
one was a woman I The train pulltd
out as the crowd closed In on them so
that I was unable to ascertain the fate
of those Innocent but helpless passen-
wnen we finally reached Berlin,
about five the next morning, it seemed
like a dead city. There -was not a
droschke, a taxi or a tram in sight.
Every available means of locomotion
had been mobilized for the time being.
: As we had heavy bags, we simply
bad to find something to take us home
and after half an hour's search far
from the station I found an old cab
driver who thought he could take' us
for the liberal bonus T-agreed to pay
him. We had hardly got seated when
an officer tried to force us out, and
only my wife's quick plea of Illness
saved him a black eye and me iron
bars or a large fine.
After England declared war, the ef efforts
forts efforts to capture spies were doubled,
and the mob had a new lot of signs to
tear down. We were forbidden to talk
English on the telephone or on the
street. We kept to ear homes rather
closely. Most of the buses, taxi cabs
and horses had been commandeered,
and the only signs of life in Berlin
were furnished by the officers driving
madly about In high-powered : cars
which exceeded all speed limits and
other traffic regulations.
After a few days, things began to re return
turn return to nonnal again. The food sup supply
ply supply seemed ample and, the headlines in
'the newspapers were so encouraging
and the reports of victories upon vic victories
tories victories so convincing that every one ex ex-norted
norted ex-norted th war to be i over, within a
The War Relics train oi the Fourth Liberty
Loan will stop at Citra on the evening of Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, October 5th. The train will open for
exhibit from 7 to 11 o'clock p. m. There will be an opportunity
to hear talented speakers drawn from the several countries now now-allied
allied now-allied in the war on the subject of Liberty Loans. Let us all get
together and turn out with a big. crowd.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
THE MUNROE & CHAMBLJSS NATIONAL BANK
very short time and they began to eat
up the stores they had so excitedly
Bread cards were initiated, it is true,
but the amount allowed was more than
adequate for all except, perhaps, the
very poor who depend aljaost entirely
The press began advising the-people
to conserve food but at the same
time said that if care was taken there
was no danger of there not being
enough for all. School teachers gave
daily talks to the children to eat every everything
thing everything on their plates. One went so far
as to announce: T always lick my
plate, children, and you should do the
The result of these warnings was
merely to Increase hoarding and buy buying
ing buying from food speculators. I never
knew of a single German who volun voluntarily
tarily voluntarily deprived himself of a- single
article of food out of patriotic mo motives.
tives. motives. The only sacrifice a German is
willing to make for his country Is the
one he cannot escape.
As time .went on and England's
blockade became increasingly effective,
the Internal condition of Germany
went from bad to worse, and longpe longpe-f
f longpe-f ore I left Berlin, on January 22, 1918,
conditions bad become well-nigh un unbearable.
j S A LT SP R I N G S HOTE L I
Now Open Under New Management
I Comfortable Rooms and Good Meals
Rates Reasonable r
Good Hunting, Bathing and Fishing
Write for Rates and Reservations ; ?
i. A. N. GALLANT, Prop.
P. O. Address, Ocala, Fla.
The Economic Situation in Germany.
By the spring of 1916, butter and
meat had become extremely scarce in
Berlin. My wife had remained in
America, where she had accompanied
me in the summer of 1915, and during
her absence I dined at hotels and res restaurants
taurants restaurants where the food was still
rather good. In June, 1916, I left for
America again and just as I was leav leaving
ing leaving meat cards were issued .for the
first time. y V
I returned to Berlin with my family
In October, 1916. Conditions had
changed considerably, for the worse
during the summer. I found that
every one who had the money had
bought up every available pound of
food and soap which had not already
been commandeered by the govern government.
ment. government. Butter, potatoes, eggs, milk,
flour, sugar, soap, bread and meat and
dry groceries were all rationed and It
was now no longer necessary for wom women
en women to stand, in line In front of the
shops, sometimes all' night, to await
the morning opening.
J Shopping by the card systemN was
very complicated and the quantities
permitted by the ration cards so small
that a well-balanced meal was an im impossibility.
possibility. impossibility. To dine In a restaurant it
was necessary to take a whole pocket pocketful
ful pocketful of cards and make a careful analy analysis
sis analysis of them before ordering the mea meager
ger meager meal which the law allowed. 1
Empty boxes were used to decorate
the depleted show windows of the
shops. The fact that they were empty
was not known to the public and very
often the, windows would be broken by
hungry mobs who couldn't resist the
sight of what appeared to be so much
food. This led the government to or order
der order the shopkeepers to label the boxes :
"Empty Boxes" in order to avert such
disturbances and riots.
There was simply nothing to buy In
the food line except substitutes, and of
these there were hundreds, each worse
than the last. The remark: "If things
get much worse, we shall soon be eat eating
ing eating rats as the Parisians did in 1870"
brought the rejoinder: "Well, that
wouldn't be so bad ; what I'm dreading
Is the time when we shall have to be
content with rat-substitute I"
When we finally had cards for coffee-substitute
I gave up Interest In
substitutes and commenced to patron patronize
ize patronize the speculators, figuring that It was
better to risk the penalties Imposed by
the law for such violations of the food
regulations than to ruin our health
For a long time we were permitted
to receive "presents" of bacon, ham.
sausages, eggs and, butter from Den
mark, but this was finally prohibited
through the influence of the Central
Eiakauf s Gescllschaft (The Central
Society for Bujlng Food From Other
Countries) which found that It was
interfering with their graft.
, If you want to see the very latest
styles in fall and winter millinery call
at the Style1 Hat Shop,. Ocala. You
will find the prices right, too. It
SPECIAL MATINEE at 3:30 p. m.
': ; Gus Hill Offers
THE WORLD FAMOUS MUSICAL CARTOON
Songs that catch you! -Girls
that match you!
Scenes that open the eye!
SEE! THE ACTUAL REPRODUCTION oi
- HISTOmCAL LffiERW
DnfffEC Matinee Children 25c, Adults 50c
r i(liljiJ Night 50-75-S1. Plus the War Tax.
SEATS ON SALE MONDAY V
V 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 bard
to define what waste is. One man's waste may be another man's
economy! In a general way, waste in war time may be defined as the
buying of anything -net essential to health and efficiency. Every
' dollar one spends .for unnecessary things commands goods and ser-'
vices, that, is, labor and materials, needed by the United States Gov Government
ernment Government for war purposes. Ani. if you invest the money you save
in War Savings Stamps, you are again helping by loaning your mon money
ey money to your Government. f f
Ocalla -Hce .&
THE- WINPSOR HOTEL
- - - '' V' .'.
, In Uie heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none. i
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6. 1
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
Have Your 1
PICOT EDGE WORK
- Done ai"
' Ocala, Florida
Between Peyser's Store and the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall Lunch Room
DR. K. J.WEinE'
? ANI OPTICIAN
School children should have atten attention
tion attention given their eyes. They should not
be handicapped in their studies by un uncorrected
corrected uncorrected eyes.
Wlth Weihe Co.. ?wete)
Phone 25 South' Side pi Squar
Ilymn of the Airman inthe Hour of
, ; ;' Battle ; -r
Up, and upward, soaring, soaring,
Lift our battle to the skies
In this 'world of light the roaring
Of the temporal tumult dies.
Winged from time, we strive together
Past the wind's last wave we run,
Climbing up the gleaming weather
Toward the radiance of the sun!
Swing afar, your guns have spoken,
Little, fleck of white1 between
Lie like wool on blue unbroken
O'er the earth a mist of green.
School Lunch Basket Must be Filled
With Wholesome Food
School' lunches for the children
have again become the chief thought
for many mothers in the morning. It
is easy enough to prepare wholesome
milk dishes when the children are at
home, bat to find something that will
pack safely and is still nourishing is
another question. The subject of food
for children has. become vital this
year when it i3 realized as never be before
fore before how necessary it is to provide
for the coming generation. School
lunches which will be economical and
which above all will provide sufficient
nourishment 'must be carefully plan planned
ned planned by housekeepers. A few sugges suggestions
tions suggestions of basket lunches are offered by
the U. S. food administration: :
Cheese sandwiches, dates stuffed
with nuts, oranges, crisp baking pow powder
der powder biscuits made of graham flour,
celery, prunes stuffed with peanut
butter or baked beans and lettuce
sandwiches, apple sauce, cream cheese
and olives, etc.
News From Cameron Gamsby ...
. Friends bfJ Cameron 'Gamsby, for formerly
merly formerly of Ocala, will be interested to
hear that out of 250 he passed in the
first fiftjj lot,of the Royal Air Force,
Toronto, Canada: He 4s now on a
- short furlough having gone to Chat Chattanooga,
tanooga, Chattanooga, ,Tenn.,' to see his father. He
will re'turn to Toronto see his moth mother
er mother who is visiting' there and will go
overseas immediately afterwards, and
expects to be in training in England
for three months. One of Cameron's
comrades -who passed also, is a son
of Mrs. Bealer of Washington, who
was formerly Miss Ernestine Brum Brumby
by Brumby of Ocala. These young men will
be 'granted their commissions when
they reach England.,
The Star is glad to learn that Mrs.
D. E. Mclver is somewhat better to today..
day.. today.. .'"
Miss Grace Milligan and mother of
Anthony were shopping in the- city
Mr. and Mrs. James Holder : of
Crystal River, were shoppers in the
Miss Sue Moore has gqne to North
Lake Weir for a week-end visit to
Miss Meme Davis.1 '
k Mr. Henry Beville, and daughter of
Bushnell were busy greeting friends
in the city yesterday;.
. Mrs, Sheltori Phillips of Williston
was a visitor combining business
with pleasure in the city yesterday.
Miss Ruth Ervin returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from "St. Petersburg, where she
was the guest of her mother for an
extended visit. .,
Mr, W. E. Flower, who has been
visiting friends in Ocala fdr. a few
days, has returned to his home in
: Jacksonville. '
. Mrs. C. O. Burger and daughter,
Helen of Fort Worth, Texas, visited
with the family of J. E. Baxter on
the Silver Springs boulevard this
Dr. and Mrs. James Chace and lit
tie son, Dick are expected home 'Mon
day from Daytona Beach, where they
have been, for the past" week, guests
at the Daytona Beach hotel.
v Mr. William Wilson, who accom
panied his wife who has been so 111
in Monteagle Tenn., to Ocala,' Fri Friday,
day, Friday, will' return to his insurance bus business
iness business at Bristol, Tenn., this afternoon.
. The friends of Mr. Gus Moremen,
who visited his brother. Dr. Moremen
and family ) here a few weeks ago,
will be interested in knowing that the
latest telegram from his bedside at
the hospital in New London, Conn.,
where he has been very ill with
' pneumonia, gives the information
that he is greatly improved.
Miss Lillie Walkup, one of .Mcln-
, tosh's best loved young ladies, who
was. born and raised in that vicinity-
, and is now an accomplished pharma pharmacist,
cist, pharmacist, in company with her sister, Miss
V Mary Walkup was a visitor to our
Mr. R.'H. Ochiltree of Tampa join joined
ed joined his wife, who has bden the guest
of Mf. and Mrs. Whitley, here Thurs
day and together they went to Jack
sonville Friday to visit Mrs. Ochil
tree s mother, Mrs. R. E. Brigance
for three weeks. They will return to
. Ocala for another visit before going
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Needham
have received an interesting letter
from their son, William Needham,
who is driving a truck for a machine
' gun battalion in France. He likes his
job and finds like "over there' most
interesting. Two picture shows
week are given at the Y. M. C. A.;
they run six reels, three American
and three French.
Jack Pickford and Louise Huff pre
sented one of their charming and in
teresting pictures in "Mile a Minute
Kendal" at the Temple yesterday
evening." It is observable that Louise
Trip to Silver Springs by Gainesville
Mr. and Mrs. B, f. Beville and
guest, Miss Trainer of Gainesville,
motored to Ocala yetserday, and aft after
er after enjoying a few hours looking over
our city and interviewing friends,
passing through Ocala yesterday in
cars, en route fe'Hot Springs, were
Dr. and Mrs. H.. A. Reeves and Mrs.
J. H. Hanbury. .They expect to be
away for a couple, of months.
Little Miss Irnette Wilson, who
with her parents is the guest of her
grandmother, Mrs. George Martin,
will, owing to the illness of her moth-
Mrs. M. A. TenEyck arrived home
last night from a viaost delightful
four months visit in Michigan. Mrs.
TenEyck, spent the most of her time
at Battle Creek, where she was the
guest of her younger sister, whom she
had not seen in fifteen years. She
also visited schoolmates in Quincy,
Mich., and has had an altogether
lovely trip which will linger long in
formerly of this city, hasdved a
call to the Central Cor?sational
church in Atlanta, and la accepted
the same. Rev. Dodge h been lo located
cated located at Clearwater for tlPast few
years, having been the m; beloved
pastor of the Presbyteriajnnrch in
that city. Rev. Dodge is? young youngest
est youngest son of Dr. and Mrs. W- Dodge,
for many years residents fki city,
tne7midile of OctooeFfor Atlanta.:'
Miss Musie Bullock, who expects to
return to New York next week to
complete her course in music, will de delights
lights delights the congregation at the Meth Methodist
odist Methodist church tomorrow by -singing the
beautiful solo, "Far From My Heav Heavenly
enly Heavenly Home."
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
A J) Lm V-J U w
: "why pa j l:
: Ask for tzits L: :
By Coznt Roon
Germany U entitled to the foQowiaff tenas becacse
of it strength, and until they are realized there should
be no armistice:
Annexation of Delfficm. Annexation of the ea-
tire Flanders coast, inclodinff Calais. Annexation of
the Briey and Longwy basins and the Totd, Belfort
and Verdun regions eastward.
Restitation to Germany of all her Colonics, laclad
ias Kiaochow. -;
Great Britain most cede to Germany scch nard
bases and coaling stations as Germany designates.
Great Britain must give Gibraltar to Spela, eedj
its war fleet to Germany, ghre Egypt and the Sues
Canal to Turkey. Y
Greece must be re-established tadsr ffenaer Ilirj
Constantino, with frontiers as before the war.
Austria and Bulgaria will divide Serbia tsd
Great Britain. France, and tha United States
most pay all of Germany9 e war costs, the Indcza
nity beins a minimum of $45,000,000,000.
They must also agree to deliver raw materials
immediately. ,.; v
France and Belgium must remain occupied at
their expense until these conditions are carried
r B I -eBBueT
HE greatest advertisement for
the Four tli Liberty Loan of the
United States of America has
written; by-a Prussian.
: His name is Count- Roon and he
. ... .. ... L i ..... ,. .. . y
" r. ti ; r r f ; m ' p
wrote it as a member of the Prussian House
of Lords. It is printed above. Read it .care .care-fully.
fully. .care-fully. ,v
Forty-five bffllion doBars or more
1 This, then, ;is the, price, the world
must pay for a victorious German peace.
This, then, io the footnote to the Kaiser's
prayer, expressed in the coldest terms of
Prucoian, 4s he proclaims Iiip battiloc;
eous, prosecuted in celf-defonse.
. Oh, you men amid vjomen off
ica, is there a dollar in all this land tc -:
tightly held that it vnOi not nov coisio
to anover the si'aggenng
. These davc will ? tell, for
place your name upon that cubec
blank for liiberty Bonds you state tlzc
your land, iyour liberty and domccr
worth to ou today.
Now h6w are you going to
the "peace! terms" of the Iiaicer
band of rrfesring buccaneers?
OF. T H
Written liy I. R. Parsons
1L I M TX 'IT- IT
h Thio Space Contributed to Winning the
!THE FASHION CENTER
- vt'y ,e .,
Mr. Welch Dewey left last night
for Jacksonville, where he will spend
the day, leaving tomorrow for Balti Baltimore,
more, Baltimore, where he will join his com
.rfsjspw. .nm Third rape)
ilh Leaders Hike
r:l C'.'c Hessian Sauce
I ivsztZj Czlzl Dressing
l .r jcc Scl:3 Dressing
. I .c-I:7 CcbcJ Dressing
C:;d Tcrter Saace
"e many pleasant social
Among e past few months none
affairs ofjore enjoyable than the
has beenhed and carried out by
Phone No. 451 i the Amorican Ppembers of the Enwnrtfi
Restaurant, Temple & Davis, proprie- the twen5 evening. Owing to the
tors, the best in the city, at the union age )f the weather, the idea
passenger station. lG-tf incIemencJke was given up early in
a "jn. The members met at
Moffrt: nf the tfte Tf Mis Mi.nr TW
- finm I J auu
81st headquarters division, writes his Jtaperones, Mr. and Mrs.
parents that he has just completed a ltKJd out to the golf links,
short course of instruction at school 2A to have lunch in a
in France. He is situated near Dr. l1. er. j but on Teceivino- mnrli
M. C. Izlar, and was expecting to seen?arl)3r. ind nressinir invitatfnn
him soon. appreciate, fn
. t. I the beautiful oak firrove )
tneir juxjt" , ,, ,
;W rminzIlls nome, ir. namss
iiUJtb. uur line is complete, ana If""":. "as crratefullv accented
the prices always reasonable. The lnvuauy i H nimfa lnnMi
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284T tf Conceivable dainty known
WIUJ . -
MECCA MARIA VARNEY
Among the ablest speakers of Am
erica today, stands Mecca Marie Var-
ney a peer. Her whole strength and
power are put into "winning the war"
just now. The people of this section
are urged to come out to hear her in
r t.'m 1 i-raoa ."u ucaiiujr ciijvjcu. -t. uc i
Orleans Vina Uaar, nmmntoA fn ran- i tHU treco, : J j j v t I Order to IUllV annreciafe her tan-nAa.
tain. Dr. McClane's friends here will W. tuwfc.i minister, made the frief111 sincerity and force of expression.
. I K-rr tnpil tl ,. . ..
" L nimean art, was appetizingly
Dr. F. E. McClane of this city, who to t&e epwn
is located in Jackson Barracks, New SP"31 ou lnfi heartilv enioved. The
16 and 174
j i 1 1 J
:.2 C!ir;cia Valley Rail Rail-r;I3
r;I3 Rail-r;I3 cc!ie a roa nd
'O to Cllvcr Springs every
C;:zy czI fcrllier notice.
C3U:.D T?J? 30 CENTS 4
'2: .2 p. m.
be glad to hear of his deserved pro- ted y proved that the proverb-
motion. c"lcf "J somethino. of a realitv.
ial joKe war -
A fifty-cent purchase of FaUn Ulire young folks further ac ac-toilet
toilet ac-toilet reouisites at Gerigs' Dnig daunJd' Harriss hospitality, and
Store, entitles yon to two cakes of ceptea mi .t hig home wh victrola
Palm Olive Soap, FREE. tf rePf. Enjoyed. The tired but
XZSZ, Zrnv'd reached Ocala abont 8
Tha onnntir UiArr liai ieciwl a ttiar-InaPpy CfOV -
--"j - i niuuse in me party were tne
riage license to Mitchell Corbett Rob- J l;. Wry Bryce Lyndal Math Math-erts
erts Math-erts and Miss Laura Gray. Pll0Si'L. Little. Irene HenderW.
ews, waua J -"V"!'
mm tv i it; lib. ijnHiurx r nv
rv. xt. i riheimer
OI uie, most prompt cun pmas, Ullamee Barnett,
pondents m the A. E. F. is J ames J. 5r Her. Manr Tne M r.r
Guynn. There Is scarcely a week but jj Walter and Harvey Har Har-what
what Har-what his venerable father receives a Erl e h Mathews, George Aik Aik-letter
letter Aik-letter from him and he does not neg- dm, jcando
I i ... . i i on W nn v uuv. um.sus
iect nis otner relatives ana inenas.
Gnynn is a hard worker and likes his I Bouvier.
Mnh fr.T TTntta Cam' I
Go to Gerier's Drue Store and get Mentinn P3 aae in Friday's Star
two cakes of Palm Olive Soap FREE. Lf 'the chail"11611,.0 the woman's Lib-
Ask about it. tf fertv Loan
Owing to the unexpected absence should batf e been Mrs Harry Hol-
of Captain Roberts, the election of
officers for : Company A, County
Guards, was deferred to Tuesday eve
ning, Uct. 1. Capt. Roberts was call;
ed to; Inverness late yesterday after
iastic and W6 working chairmen and
On account of the rain last night,
the county guards did not practice
held evolutions out on the streets.
They put in their time learning the
manual ot, arms in the armory. The
boys sling their old Springfields more
-J proficiently every. time they meet.
'o the Seat Of I kt night prevented both
me uauu cuueen, ana uie u. u. j.
to this all
lie credit lor the many
day she cheerfully gives
oplik in 901
r cent of
Our winter display of millinery 1
now ready for your inspection. Call
and se us. Style Hat Shop, Main
street, Ocala.. it
Tliose two husky young citizens of
Fairfield, M. L. Payne and Dnntrlna
yOU I Fant, were in town yesterday.
Promnt deliverv of nref?.rintit ;D
the watchowrd here. Tell
!lflfim Ynil nan to leave them '.-unfit no wA nw
VrJkJb ,i v I v" U0 V V c ailUVV
r i v i no suDstituuon. The Court Pharmacy.
ee me oniy rnone 284. tf
men who ;
has a lar
committee. The chairman
g the ? Methodist church
Mrs. Harry Borland. Mrs.
one of the most enthus-
Jcan D. Anslev' whn has
med with the U. S. naval
Key West, is spending a
Jin Tampa and is, being
eeted by his friends here.
was one out of fourteen
passed successfully the ex-
for the position of assist-
ster recently, and expects
bmorrow for New York.
jwill enter xthe Pelham Bay
phool, preparatory to re-
commission. Mr. Ansley
erly connected with the
mber Co., of this city, and
ge number of friends here
wish him very success in
y career. Tampa Times
sley is a brother of Mrs.
I a i xl .;a.
jwew, iormeny ox tms city.
Mrs. Howard Hitchings are
: the birth of a son, which
the home of v Mrs. Hitch
nts,' Capt. and Mrsv S. R.
brsday night. The little
been given the name of his
Howard Hitchings, and ia
warm welcome into the
Her patriotic zeal and enthusiasm are
very contagious and glorious. She
works and sepaks for, the National
Security League, physical education,
school dentistry, war orphan adop adoption,
tion, adoption, war stamps, liberty bonds, dress
reform, child welfare, reconstruction
of the whole educational system, war
prohibition, national and state prohi
bition and votes or women. Several
of these big national subjects will be
presented in her lecture Oct. 3rd in
Ocala. You are urged to come out to
hear Mrs. Varney. 1
-, -7 : : ;
RATES: 6ix line maximum, one
time 25c; three times .0c; ix times
7Sc; one month S3. Payable La advance.
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDSx
tAK&i t UK SAiiii. bixty acres,
small house and barn; 65 fruit trees;
excellent land. Inspection will satisfy
a farmer this is producing land. Box
233, Ocala, Fla. 23-lt
FOR SALEFord touring car, 1917
model. In good condition. C. C.
Balkcom, P. O. Box 362. 26-3t
:le. Mrs. Hitchins is a
ivir. ueo. 4 ouxen, wno nas oeen l ; t
very ill, is able to be out again, and receiving
will soon be as well as ever. Uo?w
i folvorite with a laree circle of
m s . I n w M jl
veng is giving away two calces 01 fr;0TljA Ure and elsewhere, who are
Palm Olive Toilet Soap with a fifty- offering t her and her husband the
ceni. purcuase m. tneir gooas. warmekt Congratulations.
ine lunerai inursaay aiternoon ot Mr! a,i Mrs. G. R. McKean and
that good ow citizen, Mr. J. w. daughter. Marie, arrived in the city
Hodge, was largely attended. Rev. hast eominff from Atlanta, in
Smith Hardin officiated and the pall their car.! Mr. McKean went to At-
3 Eu3ALKIERS bearers were Messrs. M. M. Little, lanta lastj week and was joined there
w. w. Liyau, u. w, lompKins, j. r. by Mrs. McKean and daughter, who
Phillips, W. L. Colbert and L. J. Bla- had been (spending the summer at
lock. .Interment in Greenwood. Mr. MonteagK Tenn., and Macon, Ga.
noage was one oi xnose gooa emzens They were the over night guests of
who never make any display of their judge and' Mrs.. William Bullock and
virtues, dui wno are nevenneiess ai- neft earlvthis mbrnine- for their home
In an interesting
ill, of this town,
.-3 1 suffered untold
. f was unable to
11 the time, for
I could get, when
5 a nervous wreck
String with my
ways in the path. of duty. His friends
will remember him long- and mourn
TEACHERS' EXAMINATION V
Miss'Nan' Brooks of Oeala arrived
in the ciy last evening and will be
the guestj of Mrs. Glen Leland, Mrs
Rav Holmes and Mrs Ruth- Deal.
Notice is hereby given that the ex- SDendmi? "several davs with each. She
amining board will be in Ocala to h sa former schoolmate 'fit these la4ies
Conduct teachers examinations be- Url tiiev enert tn eninv the renninn.
ginning on ruesaay, uctoDer 10, st. PeJrsburg Times.
For full information apply to
9-21-sat J. H. Brinson. Supt.
it the least noise
rjX cf my bed. I
713 unable to do
boy, bad to
anything until I
res bottles in all,
3 cf those awful
vtird three years
-2 is permanent,
7 titzAsche since
'23 cf benefit in
TCrs cf use has
73 tl$L Begin
on all Con-
r3 i,and Better
".m any other
"Zxr, Nose and
; Slay the Pesky
It's the simplest
thing in the world
!to KILL Mosquitoes
with FENOLE; youj
' can spray several ;
rooms thoroughly in -less
time than it
' takes to say your
prayers. v J
Qts. 75c; Vi Gals.1
$1.3i; Gals $2J0
Pint size 65c, Quart
size, 75c; Com.
Air Sprayers, $1.25
fenole- Chemical Co.
Miss Pauline Stearns, One of the
brightest pupils at the .Industrial
school, will leave next wek for a two
months visit to friends in Pennsyl-
vama. x she nas maae many mends m
the city, who join the Star in wishing
her a pleasant vacation.
Miss Mary Piatt is in Ocala today
from North Lake Weir, and with Mr.
D. W. Davis and Miss Meme Davis
will return to their city residence
next Tuseday for the winter.
LlliJJJJLi J 1 11 1 iiumii
Miss Pearl Fausett will be the solo
ist at the; Episcopal church tomorrow
morning and Miss Musie Bullock will
be the soloist at the evening service.
Miss Ftnnie Belle Nelson, a bright
and charning young lady from Ox
ford, has taken a position in Mr. A.
E. Gerig's news store. x
' The litte son of Mr. and Mrs. MaM
tin of Arthony. is quite sick at the
hospital. H'arents are staying in
the cit- ar their child.
Fenole Is sold In Ocala by Anti Anti-Monopoly
Monopoly Anti-Monopoly Drug-store. Clarkson Hard Hard-Co.,
Co., Hard-Co., Ollle Mordis. Tydlng Dru g- Co.,
The Court Pharmacy. Smith Grocery
Co., Carn-Thomaa Co. H. B. Slaaters
Co.,. Ocala etoritv.;r,.,;V'iv;v"-,.';.';:T--.
f ruit tt
lt F. B. Beckham's
S. door to Masters, and
f fresh candy daily, at
es. Try it once and
lws.ys ; 7 -XANDY
WANTED A good boy with bicycle
to. carry a Times-Union route. Apply
at once to A. E. Gerig. 26-3t
WANTED TO BUY A Ford touring-
car. Must be in good condition. Come
to see or write J. E. Mathis, Martel,
WANTED Rdliable watchman. Mid
dle aged white man preferred. Lake
Weir Washed Sand Co., Lake Weir;
Fla. : 24-6t
FOR RENT Rooms, furnished for
light housekeeping; also single fur
nished room. Phone 242, Mrs. A. M.
Perry. , 24-tf
GIRL WANTED At Music Store, tf
WANTED 12 gauge shot gun, fifty-
gallon gasoline can, coin tray. Benj.
F. Condon, Ocala, Fla. 23-6t v
DRESSMAKING Mrs. S. C. M.
Thomas, 103 Watula street. tf
FLAT FOR RENT A 4-room down
stairs flat; all modern conveniences.
Apply to Mrs. T. H. Wallis, 603 South
Second street. A 5-tf
J? UK ttkirir immediate possession,
residence on Fort King avenue for formerly
merly formerly occupied by Mr. Hetrick. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs McDowell, next door
FOR SALE Eight good ; mules.
Nathan Mayo, Summerfield, Fla. 12t
FOR SALE Small farm, 7 acres;
all cleared and under fence; 5-room
house, barn and other outbuildings;
one mile from Ocala on JBlitchton
hard road. Cheap for cash Apply to
326 North Magnolia St., Ocala. 25-6t
FOR SALE rThirty acres good pine
landson Pedro hard road; good road
to Summerfield shipping station.
Will be sold cheap for cash. Apply to
326 N. Magnolia St., Ocala. 25-6t
FOR RENT Furnished or unfur
nished rooms for rent. Apply at 412
Oklawaha Ave. 25-6t
FOUND In town, an automobile li
cense number tag. Owner can have it
by calling at Star office and paying
for this ad. 27-2t
IT MAKES NO DIFFERENCE
what Ready-Mixed Paint you buy or
at what price; you pay for the Lin Linseed
seed Linseed Oil it contains at paint price and
have to guess whether it is Pure or
Adulterated. When you use
-the Court Pharmacy is
n department. ; Every
) carefully compounded
' your physician NO
N allowed. Phone 284.
1 the want ads?
the condition changes, since 2-4- is
all paint and is made to stand the ad addition
dition addition of one gallon or more of Pure
Linseed Oil which YOU BUY YOUR
SELF at oil price the result is two
gallons Pure Linseed Oil Paint and
in addition, a saving to you of about
one dollar on the transaction.
HOW DO YOU LIKE THE IDEA I
t --. ... f t -
Yowkriow you are going to buy LibertyBonds.
You wouldn!t be square with yourself if you didn't v
You couldn'ttake off your hat'to the flag with half the cnse of
ownership if you didn't ;:" -'v. l?:'
You couldn't cheer the marching line of troops with half the
ahriu if ypu didn t t
You couldn't watch the Jacldes go by with half the pride if you
- didn't :.
You couldn't glimpse a battleship off the coast with half the Jog
. .V -if you. didn't "''v -.
You couldn't read the war hews with half the eager fait h if you
; ;.. : 'didn't :jy; 'r :U rr, V;,r i: --
You couldn't be 100 American if you didn't ;
You know the Fourth Liberty Loan starts September 8th. V v
You know that buying a Liberty Bond isn't making a gift.
. You know you are simply lending your money to your Government to the
best friend you and your mother and wife and sister and daughter have
You know what security is back of your loan security that means good
interest and that your money will be paid back to you.
You know all of that you know the business side as well 3 the patriotic
side of it '.v:VV fv. : V
Then, buy your Liberty Bonds the very first day of the Loan. Don't wait
Do your thinking beforehand. You don't need to consider it; you don't
have to be trfued into it you Uvow you wiU buy Liberty Bonds.
Be one of the first to get the t&dgs of honor iht Liberty Bond button. ;
Get yours on the. first day September 28th. ;
You know what an example that trill set ...
Make September 28th poirLiberty Bond day.
, Could you do a better thing right now?
U. S. Government Bonds
Fourth Liberty Loan
Buy Your Liberty Bonde the First Day
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