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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Evening star
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Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
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Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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Weather Forecast: Probably local
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Departure frdm Lands
Have Devastated

IS IIIOiCATFD BY THEIR ATTEMPTS TO REMOVE MATERIAL
BEYOIJD THE nEACH OF THE ALLIES

. London, Oct. 3 The Belgian forces
Wednesday improved their positions
at various points, according to the
official Belgian statement issued last
night. General Plumer's army cap captured
tured captured Cheluwew near Menin and Le Le-bizet,
bizet, Le-bizet, just north of Armentieres.
HUNS START HOMEWARD
London, Oct. 3. An official state statement
ment statement this morning says the British
resumed their attacks north of St.
Quentin. The Germans are continu continuing
ing continuing a rearward movement on the
front from Lens to Armentieres, and
evacuated highly organized positions
in that area along twenty miles of
front. In pushing after the retreat retreating
ing retreating enemy the British have reached
a general line running through the
cities of St. Auguste, Douverina, east
of LaBassee, east of Aubers and west

. of the Grenier road. The advance of
, the British is continuing,
. LEAVING VITAL POSITIONS
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London, Oct. 3. Gen. Haig's an announcement
nouncement announcement that the German retreat
. has begun in the LeBassee sector is
commented upon as a development of
far-reaching importance. It is unof unofficially
ficially unofficially stated that the town of La LaBassee
Bassee LaBassee has been evacuated. All be believe
lieve believe the enemy withdrawal involves
Lens. There is a report that the Ger Germans
mans Germans have .ordered Lille abandoned.
An unconfirmed report from Holand
says the Germans are preparing to
evacuate the Flanders coast and the
towns behind it.
TOOK OVER A QUARTER MILL MILLION
ION MILLION TEUTONS
-SlJ!f is, Oct. 3. An official an announcement
nouncement announcement made today states that
" from July 15th to Sept. 30th, the Al Allies
lies Allies captured 5518 officers, 248,494
men and 3669 cannon.
FRENCH GIVE HUNS NO REST
Paris, Oet. 3. Heavy fighting con continues
tinues continues in the region north of Rheims.
The French have continued to ad advanced
vanced advanced and captured Louvre, it is of officially
ficially officially announced. The railway junc junction
tion junction of Challerange in the Champagne
has been captured. German efforts to

drive the French from the woods
southeast of Orf euil were repulsed
with heavy losses.
TWO THOUSAND HUNS TAKEN
British Headquarters in France,
Oct. 3. (Associated Press) General
Haig's forces are reported to have
captured Ramicourt, Gouy, Lecatelet
and Sequehart. This has not been
officially confirmed. More than two
thousand German prisoners were
taken today by the British.
x ANOTHER BUNCH GIVES UP
London, Oct. 3, 3 p. m.- Austral Australian
ian Australian mounted troops operating in the
region northeast of Damascus Wed Wednesday
nesday Wednesday captured a Turkish column,
taking 1500 prisoners, two guns and
forty machine guns, it is officially an announced.
nounced. announced. BERLIN'S BULLETIN
Berlin, Oct. 3. Lens and Armen Armentieres
tieres Armentieres were evacuated by the Germans
Tuesday night, it is officially an announced.
nounced. announced. ALSACE IS UNHEALTHY
Geneva, Oct. 3. The Germans have
begun to remove the inhabitants of
Alsace, according to dispatches arriv
ing here.
MUCH TROUBLE FOR MAX
Amsterdam, Oct. 3. Prince Maxi
millian of Baden has been named im imperial
perial imperial German chancellor, according
to the Berlin Zeitung Am Mittag.
TOOK MANY TURKS
London, Oct. 3. More than 7000
Turks were taken prisoners when
General Allenby's forces occupied
Damascus, the war office announces.
The allied governments have decided

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to formally recognize the belligerent
states in which the Arab forces are
fighting as auxiliaries with them
against the common enemy in Pales Palestine
tine Palestine and Syria.
OTTOMANS THROW OUT
OTHER FEELER
AN-
London, Oct. 3. Turkey has made
another indirect approach to the 'Al 'Allies,
lies, 'Allies, through financial channels, which
is being considered by the British
war cabinet, the Standard says it
learns on good authority. Important
developments are expected.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
"BRINGING UP FATHER'
The Temple started the theatrical
season off well yesterday in the bright
and amusing musical comedy, "Bring
ing Up Father at Home."
Those who attended, expecting only
a bunch of good laughs not only heard
plenty of live fun but also some ex excellent
cellent excellent music.
"Father" was dressed to fit his part
and acted it to perfection. He could
not have been more true to type; if he
had been cut out of one of McManus'
cartoons. Mother was some fun, too;
and also surprised the crowd with a
song that would have made Melba sit
up and take notice. Percy Walling, a
scion of the New York four hundred,
who is on the stage for the fun of it
also has a superb voice. In fact,
nearly the entire "company was as
good a bunch of trill sters as you are
likely to meet on any circuit.
The young ladies of the chorus are
pretty and graceful -and their danc dancing
ing dancing was something to admire. The
Star force was largely represented
and only lack of com prevents it
from partly filling up the bald-headed
row in Gainesville tonight.
The show was a very good one all
the way thru and everybody who saw
it praises it.' There were good crowds
out to see it, afternoon and evening,
and if it should come this way again
this season it could be sure of good
houses again.
The next road show at the Temple
will be "Mutt and Jeff," Monday
night, Oct. 14.
- BUY LIBERTY BONDS
FOUR-MINUTE MEN
The following citizens of Ocala
have been designated by the Liberty
Loan committee to serve as four
minute men, during the campaign, at
the Temple theater, one each night,
at eight o'clock on the date preced
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. J
Oct. 8th: E. H. Martin. ;
Oct. 9th: Rev. J. R. Herndon.
Oct. 10th: D. S. Welch.
Oct. 11th: T. S. Trahtham.
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.
BUY LIBERTY1 BONDS
SPEECHES FROM SOLDIERS
Speeches for the Liberty Loan will
be made by soldiers who have been at
the front. The soldier assigned to
Marion county will be at Dunnellon
next Saturday night, and will be in
Ocala all day next Sunday, during
which time our local committee wil
make arrangements --for him to be
seen and heard by oul"people.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Gerig is giving away two cakes of
Palm Olive Toilet Soap with a fifty
cent purchase of theirgoods. tf
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Girl wanted at once at Music store,

OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1918.

AMERICA HAS LOST A
OFFICERS
Washington, Oct. 3. The United
States ship Tampa, formerly a cutter
in the naval service, was lost off the
English coast Sept. 26th with all on
board while on convoy duty. Ten of officers,
ficers, officers, 102 enlisted men, one British
officer and five civilian employees lost
their lives. A navy department state statement
ment statement issued today says the ship was
sunk at night in the British channel.
Reports indicate that she was struck
by a torpedo.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
THE CASUALTY LIST
There are No Florida Names Today
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.
f in looking over them yon see the
name of anyone you know, please re
port it to the paper.
Killed in action ......
Missing in action
Wounded severely
.......187
..68
212
... 3
Wounded slightly ...............
Died, accident and ; other causes . 2
Died of wounds t .... V. ......... 27
Died of disease 1
Total. ... . ..... : .497
MARINE CORPS
Killed in action ............... 4
Missing in action 1
Died of wounds ................ 1
Wounded in action (severely) ; t 24
Wounded in action (degree unde
termined .................... 1
n hands of. enemy .......... ... j 1
;Totai 1;'. 32
Summary of Casualties to Date
Officers: V
Deaths .. 40
Wounded . . .... . 67
Missing,.. ..................... 1
Enlisted men:
Deaths .. ......... 1043
Wounded .. .... z. ........ ...2033
In hands of enemy ..... . ... . 21
Missing . 152
Total ...................... 2357
BUY LIBERTY BONDS ;
AN APPRECIATION
Yesterday Mr. Swaim had the mis
fortune to lose $100 and I want to
thank Mr. Wilson, manager of the
Anti-Monopoly Drugstore, who found
it, for not only returning it to me, but
also for wiring Mr. Swaim that he
had fftund it. It makes one's heart
glad to know there are such honest,
upright people in the world. Again
I want to say I thank Mr. Wilson
more deeply than I can express.
Mrs. J. G. Swaim.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
FELLOWSHIP
Fellowship, Oct. 2.- We are having
fine weather for planting fall gardens
and it's the duty of every one who
possibly can to plant and raise a good
garden.
The farmers are busy trying to
gather their crops. Labor is almost
a thing of the past.
The wind last Friday night did
considerable damage, especially to the
cane crop, by blowing it down.
Mr. H. E. Crumpton left Saturday
for Charletson, S. C, after spending
a week with-his wife and mother,
Herbert expects to soon go across the
pond.
. Mr. Claud McCully, who is teach
ing at Charter Oak, spent Saturday
and Sunday with his parents.
The sing at the home of Mr. and
Mrs. S. J. McCully was well attend attended
ed attended Sunday evening. The singing and
music were extra good.
Miss Leone Brooks left Monday
for Ocala, where she will attend
school this winter.
Mr. Van Hood Rawls left Monday
for Jacksonville to secure a position
in the shipyard.
Misses Effie and Emma Rawls were
guests of Mrs. Erby Knoblock of
Martin last Sunday.
Miss Mattie Mills left last Satur
day for Fairfield to accept the posi
tion of assistant teacher in the schoo
there.
Everybody is requested to come out
to Fellowship cemetery, Oct. 9th,
interested in the upkeep of it, as we
expect to clean off the cemetery on
that date. Be sure to be on hand
with a hoe or rake.

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AND MEN
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AT
Score of Lives Lost When Fast Train
Plowed Through a Crowd
of Workmen
(Associated Press)
Cleveland, Oct. 3.- More than
twenty workmen were killed and two
injured when the Pennsylvania Flyer
smashed into a crowd of workmen
from the Interstate Foundry at Bed
ford, Ohio, this morning, while they
were waiting on the tracks for the
work train.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
RED CROSS WAR FUND
Your attention is directed to your
patriotic pledge to the Red Cross War
Fund. The last payment is due and
payable October 1st. Kindly give
this your prompt attention if you
have not already done so, in-order
that we can report all your pledges
one hundred percent paid.
Red Cross Finance Committee.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
OCCUPATIONS THAT
1 V ARE NOT ESSENTIAL
The members of the Marion County
Labor Board, consisting of Messrs.
Walter Ray of Martel, R. L. Harper
and Z. C. Chambliss of Ocala, met in
the office of the Ocala and South
western railroad company Wednes Wednesday.
day. Wednesday. Mr. Ray was elected chairman of
the board and Mr. Harper secretary.
The work of listing non-essential
employment as it applies to this sec
tion was the principal business trans
acted by the board at this meeting.
Another meeting of the board will be
held on the 21st to hear any com complaints
plaints complaints that may arise from the clas
sifications made.
The following list was adopted by
the board:
Automobile: Drivers of pleasure
cars; cleaning and delivery of cars to
owners; drivers and cleaners of sight
seeing cars.
Amusements: Ushers, ticket sellers
and collectors. V
Barber shop: Attendants over 18
years, not including barbers.
Bellboys over 18 years of age.
Bowling alley employers and pro
prietors. ;
Billiard and poolroom employes and
proprietors.
Candy dealers, all employes.
Chauffers of public cars, over 12,
or to the union station. V
Cleaners and dyers: All employes
except one delivery man under 18
years.
Clubs: All employes.
Confectioners and delicatessen es
tablishments: All employes except
one manager.
Florists: All employes.
Fruit stands: All employes.
Hotel and restaurant keepers, cash
iers, clerks, except room clerk. More
than 50 per cent of the total number
of waiters and bus boys.
iVIale house servants.
Janitors of buildings, .except fur
nace man.
Junk dealers: All employes.
Livery and sales stables, except One
helper.
Mercantile establishments: More
than one porter, more than sufficient
drivers to make one delivery a day;
no special deliveries permitted. More
than one bookkeeper, cashier, city
salesman, or more than 50 per cent
clerks.
Pawnbrokers: All employes.
Peanut vendors. V
Popcorn vendors.
Shoe shining shop: Proprietors and
employes.
Soft drink establishments: All men
employes.
There are a few others that will
possibly be included in the list at the
next meeting of the board. These
have been taken under advisement
and later additions to the list will be
published after the next meeting.

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CLEVELA D

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At the Head of the Drive South
from Archangel
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HUGE QOAHTiTIES OF MUI1ITIQI1S TAKEII BY OUR LIEU III
FIIAIICE fill THE IIUIIS

Archangel, Tuesday, Oct. 1. (As
sociated Press). The" Americans now
hold the furthest point south reached
by any of the allied forces in their
advance southwards from Archangel.
This point is a gmall village thirty-
five mile3 south of Shenkursk on the
Vaga river. The Bolsheviki strong
hold of ,Velsk is only forty miles
away.
OUR MEN AHEAD
Archangel, Monday, Sept. 30 -Auk
encan, Jtfrmsn, Kussian ana rrencn
troops today occupy villages on both
banks of the Dwina river to a point
125 miles north of Ketlas. In the
government of Vologda they have ad advanced
vanced advanced 75 miles during the last two
weeks and are about 375 miles south southeast
east southeast of Archangel on the river. Am Americans
ericans Americans hold the position the farthest
south from Archangel.
AMERICANS HELD OUT
British Headquarters in France,
Oct. 3. The American contingent
holding out since Sunday in a far ad
vanced position between St. Quentin
and Cambrai, against greatly supe superior
rior superior numbers, has been rescued.
AMERICANS TAKING THEM IN
Washington, Oct. 3. General Per
shing's communique says a partial
count of material captured the past
week by the ; Americans advancing
between the Meuse and Argonne riv rivers
ers rivers shows .120 guns of all calibres,
750 trench mortars, 300 machine
guns, 100 heavy tank guns, 1000 ar artillery
tillery artillery shells, hundreds of thousands
of rounds of small ammunition.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
LIST OF REGISTRANTS
Who Have Registered Since Septem
ber 12th
2669 Aggie Green, Reddick.
2670 Willie E. Owens, Ocala.
2671 John Green, Evinston.
2672 Wm. F. Dunnegan, Ocala.
2675 Stephen R. Long, Ocala.
2674 Adam Maynor, Ocala.
2675 Roosevelt Henry, Ocala.
2676 John F. Cocowitch, Dunnellon.
2677 Charlie Nance, Martel.
2678 Butler Hines, Lowell.
2679 Ray Moore, Ocala.
2680 D. B. Kibler, Ja., Dunnellon.
2681 Thos. K. Slaughter, Oxford.
2682 Hugh T. Harrell, Oklawaha.
2683 Samuel J. Davis, Dunnellon.
2684 James D. Brown, Dunnellon.
2685 Chas. M. Smith, Ocklawaha.
2686 Albert W. Crosby, Belleview.
2687 Lucius F. Sears, Ocala.
2688 Timothy Glover, Ocala.
2689 Si Wilkinson, Ocala.
2690 Govenor Sampson, Martin.
2691 Hazel Myers, Ocklawaha.
2692 Julian Frazier, Anthony.
2693 Edd Smith, Cotton Plant.
2694 Walter Lybrand, Winter Haven
2695 Lawrence Lampkins, Ocala.
2696 Eli Marshall, Ocala.
2697 Delmar Calhoun, York.
2698 Eddie Barnes, Ocala.
2699 Jim Williams, Ocala.
2700 Willie Evans, Bunnell.
2701 Oliver B. Merchant, Dunnellon.
2702 George Bouye, Ocala.
2703 Solomon Leak, Dunnellon.
2704 James Johnson, Ocala.,
2705 Simuel Harvey, Sparr.
2706 Lewis Jackson, Ocala.
2707 Theodore Mitchell, Ocala.
2708 Walter Kendrick, Ocala.
2709 Samuel White, Sparr.
2710 Will Hanes, Ocala.
2711 August Brown, Ocala.
2712 Charlie Gray, Ocala.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Mrs. Varney, who speaks this eve evening
ning evening under the auspices of the women
of Ocala, will give liberty bonds the
biggest boost they will be given dur during
ing during the campaign. Come and hear
her.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
its prescription department. Every
prescription is carefully compounded
as ordered by your physician NO
SUBSTITUTION allowed. Phone 284.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Do you read the want ads?

VOL. 25, NO. 238

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FIRST HALF DILI!
But the Country is Far Behind Its
Schedule for the Fourth
Campaign
(Associated Press)
Washington, Oct. 3. Liberty bond
sales have passed the half billion
mark, but the 'country is still nearly
that amount behind the schedule for
the first four days of the campaign.
LIST WILL SOON BE OUT
Washington Oct. 3 Unexpected
delays in printing the master list of
17,000 order numbers drawn Monday
prevented copies being started to all
district draft boards today. It is
stated that all lists will be in the mail
tomorrow.
PRESIDENTIAL NOMINATIONS
Washington, Oct. 3. The president
has nominated Edwin D. Lambright
for postmaster of Tampa, and Oscar
O. Owens to be postmaster at Moul
trie, Ga.
GORGAS CAN GO
' The nomination of Brig.-Gen. Mer Mer-ritte
ritte Mer-ritte W. Ireland to be surgeon gener general
al general for four years was announced to today.
day. today. Surgeon General Gorgas will
be retired Oct. 5th.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
ANTHONY
Anthony, Oct. 3. Mr. E. C. Beuch Beuch-ler
ler Beuch-ler returned Tuesday from a business
trip to Kentucky.
Miss Florence Pasteur left Sunday
for Brdoksville, where she will attend
school this winter.
Mr.r Kingman Russell and wife of
Milwaukee, Wis., are visiting their
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Reed Russell
Kingman is with the American Ap Appraisal
praisal Appraisal company and will spend a
wek or more in Palatka .on business
for the company.
' Misses Mabel Turner and Beulah
Harrison are attending the Ocala
high schooL
Mrs. J. C. Barrett, teacher of the
intermediate room of the Anthony
school, resigned and Mrs. Pearl
Strickland was given the place.
Mr. Cowart and wife, also Mr.
Boatwright of Fort McCoy, were the
guests of Mr. T. P. Jones and family
last Sunday.
Rev. Boatwright of Lake Kerr,
preached two very interesting ser sermons
mons sermons Sunday morning and evening tX
the Baptist church.
Anthony is getting to be quite a
shipping point for cattle. Another
shipment left last Tuesday.
Rev. Boatwright and family of
Lake Kerr were guests of Mr. and
Mrs. T. P. Jones Sunday.
'Miss Mae Grocott after a pleasant
visit to her grandparents, Mr. and
Mrs. J. H. Tal ton, returned to Jack Jacksonville
sonville Jacksonville Monday.
Mr. C. A. Harrison of Arkansas, is
visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W.
D. Harrison.
The residents of Anthony seem to
be doing their bit by investing in
Liberty Bonds.
Mr. N. W. Meadows, who has been
ill for several days, has gone ta
Ocala for treatment.
We regret to learn of the death of
the three-year-old child of Mr. and
Mrs. Glover Jones, formerly of An Anthony,
thony, Anthony, but now residents of Bruns Brunswick,
wick, Brunswick, Ga,
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Mrs. Varney is the mother of one
of America's airmen. Her son, Lieut.
Varney has been in the service since
the beginning of the war, and she will
tel many thrilling experiences as she
received them through his letters.
Come and hear her.

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THE TEN-MILL AMENDMENT

so far off in this part of his argu argument,
ment, argument, how near is he in the rest of it?
Mr. Brinson says, "Let the voter

remember that the adoption of the

amendment does not make the levy."
He is right. The school board will

make the levy. And it will make it
eyery mill. You needn't doubt that.

If you vote an amendment giving it
a right to make a twenty-mill levy,
it will make that, too. You know that

without our telling you.

i Mr. Brinson tells you how for
twenty-five years the teachers of the
state have met and discussed matters
of public interest. They have. Some
of their discussions have been very

interesting. There is one thing, how

ever, they never discussed, and that
was how to save the people money.
Whn the constitutional convention
of 1886 restricted the school tax to
seven mills, it thought it was being
generous and preventing extrav extravagance.
agance. extravagance. In the -first instance, it was

right. Seven mills is a big tax. And
when you add to it two or three mills
for your school district, and two or
three more to pay interest arid prin principal
cipal principal on bonds for your schoolhouse,
the tax is progressing from big to
awful.
How many of you common, tax tax-paying
paying tax-paying people" asked your representa representatives
tives representatives in the legislature to, help the
teachers impose, this additional, three three-mill
mill three-mill tax? How many of you heard

PRINCES OR PEOPLE?

of it? How many of you would haveJthe street.

"Halt!" fiercely cried a German of officer
ficer officer to me, as I innocently turned a
street corner. It was in Frankfort,
Germany, one sunny afternoon about
ten years ago. Thinking that some
terrible thing had happened, I in instantly
stantly instantly obeyed. The entire traffic of
one of Frankfort's .busiest streets
was held up by this German officer.
For more than twenty minutes we
stood there wondering what was the
matter. Finally the cause of the
trouble became known. The empress
and a friend were in a jewelry store
near by doing some shopping and the
German military had forbidden peo people
ple people to pass while she was inside.
One summer afternoon in Glouces Gloucester,
ter, Gloucester, Mass., I was standing on a street
corner while the funeral procession
of a humble fisherman passed. As
the street was very narrow and a
busy one, a policeman stopped all au
tomobiles until the funeral had gone
y- Y. '.'
While standing there, I caught
sight of a large man with a gray
mustache in a touring car among the
crowd of autoes, carts and trucks.
The man looked exactly like pictures
of President Taf t. I went nearer
to look and found that it really was
the president. He was staying near
by in Beverly, and had come to
Gloucester to do a little shopping!
The policeman had forbidden him to

pass while the funeral was crossing

Editor Star; No. sir, my question

of vesterday afternoon was neither

inconsistent nor in bad taste. It was

in good time and in perfectly good
taste. Your answer has a rather
peevish ring.
You persistently hold up the ten
mills as if it were hanging right over
the taxpayer's head and in yester yesterday's
day's yesterday's paper when it suits your pur purpose
pose purpose you say "you ought to know ydu
can't get 'it this year." That is true.
The levy is made for this year and
the school board cannot change it; un until
til until next year and then in. all proba probability
bility probability the war wil be over and things
b beginning to resume normal condi conditions.
tions. conditions. The present unsettled condi conditions
tions conditions are temporary but thet amend?
ment if, adopted will be permanent,
Let the voter remember that; the
adoption of the amendment does not
make the levy. ; No oe can do this
except the school board and itjsj per perfectly
fectly perfectly proper arid good public" policy

liis i biic uvax u vic is ao a vdjvioiuiu
the public for maintaining and: ope-
a. : a. r J.. a:

ruling a sysieui 04 puunc euucauuu
should have the s power to levy taxes
sufficient to meet the 1 needs of : the
public as presented by the people.
No, I am not "bawling" for lack
of funds but, he people, of the, various
parts of the county who have been

putting up with the most indifferent

accommodations for years upon years

and the board doing the very best
that could be done with the means at

command, are "bawling" and have a
right to "bawl."
Very respectfully, yours,
v J. H. Brinson.

v- There may be a difference of opin opinion
ion opinion between Mr. Brinson and other
people about this question. f For ,one
thing, when ,the Star proposed .to. try
to raise the money for the drilling;
equipment, Mr. Brinson gaye,: it bv
unqualified approval The, Star r has
made the attempt not; in any s criticism
of the school board, nor wth,any. refT
erence to .the ten-mill amendment. It
is doing, it simply to help in a ,muchr
needed branch of instruction Mr.
Brinson -has, in i our opinion, himself
shown peevishness as well as ba4
taste in trying to use this matter as
an, argument; for his pet amen4ment amen4ment-Mr,
Mr, amen4ment-Mr, Brinson speaks of. the people
putting up. with indifferent, accommo.
dations and "Darling.". He has, chang-r
ed Jus tune,! Less than two years age"

he. was bragging, on Marion ,. county
schoolhouses- we heard him, .bragging

on them the other day, too. How, many

of you people ot Marion counpy are

, "bawling" about; your "indifferent"
school houses? How many of you are
bawling for more taxes? Don't -all

speak at, once, j

We promised,, last,, week., that: we

would take Mr. Brinson's argument
for the ten-mill amendment to pieces

and stiowvVou what made. it.tickj but

on examination we hnd it nas no tick

to, it.. It is not built, like a watch, but
lik'ea clock, and, jWhen he spins it, it

hum: "more,, more, more..
You will remember that Mr. Brin

BUII W1U VUU ,viitiy '"5 bcu-uiu auiciiu

ment ."would not increase, the sajary
of the superintendent," etc., Weljj ,if

this amendment's passed.it vnU in

crease, his salary, quite considerably.
He told us that Marion county; is
. paying less than,, $50,000 per year in

' school, taxes. The. law says-, that a

emintv navinc over. S50.00d shall nav

. W f r O ' T yr 7- TT k

its superintendent about $300 a year
, more than one paying, less.. If Mr.

Brinson doesn t believe us he can go

into the county judge's office and Mr.

bmith will show him the lawAnd
another. three. mills in proportion. will
increase your school taxes-from. less

than $50,000 to nearly, $70,000. The

sine.rulewill apply to almost eyery

counpy superintendent m the, state.

To dp Mr. Brinson justice, we do
not think he is mercenary An this

matter. We think he more t;han, earns

his salary, and we would not object
to its being increased. But if he is

heard I of it if the Star hadn't made

a kick? Doesn't it bear every evi evidence
dence evidence of being gumshoed? Why didn't
the legislature instead pass a bill giv giving
ing giving each county the right by the vote
of its people to levy more taxes?
That's what Alabama did. 4.
Well tell you. It's because the
members of the "educational autocra

cy" didn't want the matter discussed.

WAR KEOC

The War Relics train of Hie Fourth Liberty
Loan will stop at Citra on the evening of Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Octdher 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
allied in the war on the subfect of Liberty Loans. Let us all get
together and turn out with a big crowd.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK
THE OCALA NATIONAL BANK
THE MUNROE & CHAMBUSS NATIONAL BANK

These two stories show the differ difference
ence difference between the two. great princi principles
ples principles at stake in this war. Germany,
Austria and Turkey are fighting for
the principles of autocracy which say
that the poor shall serve the" rich; the
weak shall work for the strong, and
the ignorant shall be crushed by the
wise. From this German principle of
ntittiner the tirinees hefor the nennla

They couldn't induce a county to Urows militarv rule. BeWn crimes.

vote more taxes on itself without sneakinc- Sries crueltv to women.

discussion, and they don't want dis- Ubrise of urisoners anH the ssunnres-

cussion. They want to keep the thing sion 'of everything which tends to-'
qujet. They know most of.tlje people war(j democracy.
art careless about amendments France and her alies are fighting j
some, mark them without reading for the Christian principle of democ democ-themand,
themand, democ-themand, some, don't mark them at racy. This is ythat the rich shall

allf- lhey counted on pushing it thru serve the poor. the str0ng shall work
by, the votes of the wise ones. The for the weakj and vriae shall help
teachers, thruout the state are not the ignorant. From this principle of
talking about the amendment. Only puing the people before the princes
a few papers haye referred to it. If grows the freedom, public schools, ;
the, teachers can poll a dozen votes free speech, decent wages and all the the-in;
in; the-in; each county and the, other Side; other, goad, things, which we have in!

doesn't vote, tfte amendment will car- the United States. We

YOU CALL A DOCTOR
Because -HE
IS A GOOD DOCTOR
SEND 01S PRESCRIPTIONS
To The
COURT PHART.IACY
For the Same Reason

Glass of Hot Water
Before Breakfast
a Splendid Habit

Open, sluleea of. the system each
morning and. wash away the
poisonous, stagnant matter.'

S A L T S PR ING S 1 HOTEL
Now Open Under New Management
Comfortable Rooms and Good Meals
Rates Reasonable
Good Hunting, Bathing and Fishing
Write for Rates and Reservations
IIS. A. N. GALLANT, Prop.

0 P. O. Address, Ocala, Fla.

-

The principal argument for '.

the. United States.; We still are far
tfrom Derf ect in this eountrv. Thpre

lent ior xnis are rnanv reforms whicli we need. Rut I

amendment is to pay- better, salaries n i' 'arn'nnv.'wiW wtnM

to the teachers.' We think the teach-'i,e a terrible blow to each one of us.
ers should be better- paid, but an Therefore let us all realize that if
honest and economical state govern-1 Germany should dictate the terms of

ment -could pay them more without

saddling an amendment on the people,
pur state government; is careless and
extravagant, and some of its officials
are-dishqaest,- The people had better
turn ..their attention to electing an
honest and capable legislature instead
of i voting rnpre tftjees op. theniselves.
Th teachers, ure not, so, badly off
raj comparison. with other people, KWe
saw? ini another paperttheother day a
statement; that they, only received an
average of. $365. a .year, Thai is bad,
bUt the authpor of the statement didn't
ad,d, as. he should, that a majority, of
the teachjers are ypung women, out of

school from one to jLaJfa dozen years,

an,4 1 95fc tea.cl j five, .or, six months in
the year They hye the rest of the

year to oDtain ; otner employment ; j
also, the statedoesf fortthem what it
does for no c one else ; it gives them

free schooling; to,, advance themselves
in, their work. No teacher in the state
puts in more than, eight:, months in the
year teachjnjgjt and,"t tey can all find
wprlc,ta rest, of. the .time if they want

to. We notice that a, good many of
them somehow fint time and t money
fqr a much better 4 vacation than is

obtained by, a majority, of ? the people

who pay ;taixes. Taxes, by the way.

is somethrae ; comparatively few

teachers have to, f WQvry r, abput. The
ayerage f manr teacbr. seldom pays
anythjinghut jbiis poll tax. The women
don't pay ; that, t

When the war is over, and the govr

ernment ari4 the war industries do

not have to pay., sunpracticed girls,

who donjt even know how .to run a
typewriter,; more thag a v man's wages
i4 ordinary tinies, hundreds of teach-:

ers will be mighty glad; to get $365
a, yeaf 1 teacher, is bound to" $30
pr $40 Ka mpnthl. That is only for be be-ginnefs,
ginnefs, be-ginnefs, and it's gpod pay, for beginners.-
- : .
Any man or.wqman.whp has a tal talent
ent talent for teachnig. and .will stick to it,
trying to advance hirii or herself, will
clim r in : the educational profession,
as men and women do 4n; other profes professions,
sions, professions, make more money and hay e an
influence mt Js : better than noney.
We have examples here in Ocala.
We did not, intend to go into these
matters.f We objected to the amend amendment
ment amendment on ike, sound business and legal

principle that it is.; very bad policy

to increase taxes by; constitutional

amendment. We also safd that the
schools, like everything else, could do

for the.presei wjthout" raope income,
and, Jthat i was.their patriotic duty to
do so until the, war is oyer.
? lf. Brinson. has not replied to
either, of, these ; objections. He has
bragged f on the good.., condition of
Marion county schools, shown us
some joCtheni.showfi us i how, much
better. f. off r they are .than any, other
countyV work anil then ? chjrped for
more money. And, he says we are
vicious an(l ,talV like a demagogue.
We leave that to our readers. Is
there anything vicious in anything
we have, written, and does ..our. argu argument
ment argument on this subject read like that of
a demagogue?

peace, it would mean the end of
democracy. Let us do something if I
if be only to accomplish our daily
task a little better to help in this
great war between the princes and
the people. x
The government is now asking us
to j sub scribe to the fourth liberty loan.
Everyone of us should give what we
cap toward backing our country in
this war.
ome of us can only give a little;
but let us give what little we can. By
doing this we are sure of the safety
of our- money; we are helping, to win
ths war for te freedom of the
world, and we are helping ourselves
by putting something aside for a

"rainy-day." .; ......
r; Let's all s do our part toward mak making
ing making this liberty loan d success and
show the kaiser and his crowd that

we are all behind Uncle Sam and the

right.
r LINEN DRIVE FOR PRANCE
The "Red Cross commissioner for
France has cabled that; the hospitals
of France are in urgent need, of the
following, supplies, viz: 1,250,000 bath
towels; 2,500,000 hand, towels; 1,750, 1,750,-0Q0
0Q0 1,750,-0Q0 handkerchiefs; s 125,000,, napkins,
anda, large number; of sheets, either
bleached or unbleached muslin, with

a tweinch hemt at.the top and a one-

inch hem at the bottom. ......

, The approximate, dimensions of

these articles, should.be as follows:

Bath towels, 19x38. inches.
Hand: towels, 18x30 inches.
Handkerchiefs, ; 18x18 inches.
Napkins, 14x14 inches.
Sheets, 64x102 inches.
Beginning Sept. 30th and continu

ing f or one week there will, be a "lin

en shower" all over the country to
secure these articles. Each family in

Ocala and Marion county is asked to

give one of these articles or a set of

articles from their, reserve stock, and

in this way without material reduc reduction
tion reduction of the source of supply, large

quantities of useful gifts can be se
cured for the Red Cross work. Mar

ion county must and will, we feel
i . 1 a n m

sure, go oyer tne xop ana oeyona in
her allotment. These gifts must be
new or substantially new, and should

be of strong rather than fine texture,
and are not necessarily to be of linen,

but of good cotton material.

Mrs. Jack Camp is the chairman for

this linen drive for the Marion, Coun County
ty County Florida Chapter, and she has ap

pointed quite a number of the ladies
to assist her in this work. A. house

to house canvass will be made next
week to secure Ocala's allotment and
Mrs.. Camp has : also appointed a
chairman for each branch of the

chapter to secure the remainder of
the county's allotment. ..
These gifts are to be ..brought or
sent to Mrs. C. H. Lloyd at the food
administration office, opposite the
Harrington Hall, hotel, not later than
Saturday, October 5th.
For any tf further ; information I con concerning
cerning concerning the drive, please telephone
Mrs. Jack Camp, No. 96.

Those of us who are AcrnnbmaA tn

feel dull and heavy when we arise;
splitting headache, stuffy from a cold,
foul tongue, r nasty breath, acid
stomach, lame back; can, instead,
both look. and. feel as fresh, as a daisy
SJwaVS by washiner thA nnknna anil

toxjns from the body with pooBphated
hot water each morning...

we, snowd drink, before breakfast,
a t glass of real hot water with

spoonful of limestone phosphate In

it. to nusn ixom tne stomach, liver,
kldneyB and ten yards of bowels the
previous day's Indfcresttt.iA vera at a antrr

bile and poisonous toxins; thus cleans cleansing,
ing, cleansing, sweetenlnsr and Tinrifvlnc h

entire alimentary tract before putting

more rood into the stomach. j

The action of limestone nhnanhafA

and hot water on an empty stomach
is, wonderfully Invigorating. It cleans
out all the sour fermentations, e&ses.

raste i and acidity and gives one a

Bpienma appetite tor breakfast and
it is said to be but a little while until
the. roses begin to asoear In. tha

cheeks. A quarter pound of limestone
phosphate will cost very little at the

arug store, out is sufficient to make
anyone Who is bothered with Mlfrmo.

cess, constipation, stomach trouble or

rneumausm a real enthusiast on the
subject of internal sanitation. Try
it and you are assured that you will
look better and fegl better la every
war shortly.

6Mi. ffl

FEW
EH

IE0SII

Six Tesrs Ao, Ttblaj She I.Iigtt Die, Sayi Tezss Lt $jf Dsl llovt
Shis b a XI tH, Sixczj T7csa csd Pndsss Csiid Fcr
, Her Rccorery.

CONSIDER THIS ARGUMENT

Royse City, Tex. Mrs. Mary KU KU-man,
man, KU-man, of this place, says; "After the
birth of my little girl. .my side com commenced
menced commenced to hurt me. I had to go back
to bed. We called the doctor. He
treated me... but I got no better. I
got worse and worse until the misery
was unbearable... I was in bed for
three months and suffered such agony
that I was just drawn up in a knot...
I told my husband if he would get
me a bottle of Cardul I would try it...
I commenced taking, it, however, that
evening I called my family about
me... for I knew I could not last
many days unless. I had a change for

the betted That was six years ago
and I am still 'here and am a welL
strong woman, and I owe my life to
CarduL I had only taken half the
bottle when I began to feel better.
The misery in my side got less..'. 2
continued right on taking the Cardd
until I had taken three bottles and I
did not need any more for I was well
and never felt better in my life... I
have never had any trouble from that
day to this."
Do you suffer from headache, back backache,
ache, backache, pains in sides, or other dlacom dlacom-forts,
forts, dlacom-forts, each month? Or do you feel

weak, nervous and fagged-out? If

give Cardul, the woman's tonic, a

trial

J. 71

Which Is More Economical ?

60 Gals. Pure Ready

Mixed Paint at. . .'. .$2.25 $135.00
or
SO Gals. DAVIS' 9.4-1
PAINT at . ...... 2.25 67.50
30 Gals. Pure Linseed

Oil at ......

.70 21.00

$ 88.50
A clear saving of $46.50, or propor proportionally
tionally proportionally more if Linseed Oil is cheap cheaper."
er." cheaper."
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO,
Ocala. Florida

THE BIG ONE WAS FED
ALON FARMS HOG-TONE

-Jim UovUUog Conditioner, Fatter ami Worm i

THE RUNT WASN'T

nHEY both started life at the same time and weight. They were
JL given the same feed under the same conditions with one excep exception.
tion. exception. The big one got his regular dose of AVALCN FARMS HOG-TONf
the liqaid Hog Tonc, Conditioner and Fattener and the rout dkl&'t.

The Ha one Is the Hnd that topi mar markets
kets markets andbrings ladg profits to the pockets
of the hog raiser. Thermit cost more to
raise than he will ever bring in the mar.
ket. And the difference was .brought
about by 20 cents worth of AVALON
FARMS HOG-TONE. HOG-TONE
puts new life isto hogs makes tnem eat
more and crow fat at an amazing rate.
It helps them to combat diacaae aadei

minete the wormu that are the boZ rais raiser's
er's raiser's greatest foe to profits. Splendid for
pregnant sows helps to produce health healthier,
ier, healthier, sturdier pigs. Come in the store
tell us the number of your herd and r
will give you enough HOG-TONE u
treat all your hogs 60 days. Yon don't
give us a penny now. It the results of.
the HOG-TONE treatment fail to satia.
f 7 yoo, it will cost you nothing.

a : FOR SALE BY

ISnTTTOG S COMPANY

Draggists and Seedsmen

DR. K. J.WEIDE

ETBSIGHT
SPECIALIST.
OPTOMETRIST
AND OPTICIAN

Don't neglect the most valuable
sense organ you possess and which
controls your every action.
(With Weihe Co.. jewelers)
Phone 25 8onth Side oC Square
OCALA. FLORIDA 1

L. ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER
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;

OCALA.

FLORIDA.

e

First Class
CHEMESE LAUMBHY
J.J. Loy, Proprietor
AltDEMGATE 1KBIS, ETC.

Receive Special Attention :
m.

: 12 E Ft: Kinn Ave. Orala Fla :

" i j

Read the Star Want Ads. It pays



OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1918

GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Mrs. hidd's Pin-Money Pickles
Heinz Sweet Mustard -Pickles
Heinz Mushroom Ketchup
Heinz Walnut Ketchup
Heinz Beefsteak Sauce
Welch Grape Juice, pints & qts.
Clicquot Ginger Ale
Loganberry Juice
Grapefruit Juice
I Apple Juice
Royal Salad Dressing
Pompeian Olive Russian Sauce
Howards Salad Dressing
Durkee Salad Dressing
Premier Salad Dressing
Royal Tarter Sauce
Sandwich Olives
Ripe Olives
O K. TEAPOT
GROCERY.
PHONE 16 and 174

ORDER TODAY PRICES Will
ADVANCE
Salt Fish
Delicious fresh caught, salted fish,
direct to consumer by prepaid parcel
post, 10 pounds for $1; 21 pounds for
$2. : V
The St. George Co., Inc.
St. George "On the Gulf,"
APALACHICOLA. FLA.

Mclvcr & MacKay
UNDERTAKERS and E1IBAUIERS
PHONES 47. 104. 805
OCALA, FLORIDA

OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS

If You Hare Any New. for de department,
partment, department, Call Fire Double-One
or Twe-Sevea

IF YOU USE
your building will look well, the Painf
will wear well, the cost will be lowest,
since you will have fewer gallons to
buy, because its all paint, and gu
get two for one.

A coat now and then of DAVIS?
OLD COLONY WAGON PAINT pre preserves
serves preserves your w.igons and farm imple implements
ments implements and make3 them look like new.
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO.
Ocala, Florida

X

THE PRAISE CONTINUES

Everywhere We Hear '' Good Reports

of Doan's Kidney Pills

""Ofjiln is no evrpntfnn. Everv sec

tion of the U. S. resounds with praise
of Dqan's Kidney Pills. Fifty thou-'

sanu cersons are emne testimony in

-their home newspapers. The sincerity
of these witnesses, the fact that they
live so near, is the best proof of the
merit of Doan's. Here's an Ocala
case:
Mrs. F. Henderly, 716 Alvarez St.,
says: "I used Doan's Kidney Pills
when : suffering with a weak back.
; When I did any heavy work, my back
gave me a lot of distress and of ten it
twitched. My kidneys were disorder disordered
ed disordered and I felt all run down. I procur procured
ed procured Doan's Kidney Pills at Gerig's
Drug Store and they brought excel excellent
lent excellent results and soon had me feeling
fine. Since then, when I have had

the need of a kidney medicine, I have
resorted to Doan's and they have
never failed to prove; satisfactory."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy get
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that
Mrs. Henderly had. Foster-Milburn
Co., Mfgs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 10

. WANTED
The use of two victrolas to be used
in teaching musical appreciation and
listening lessons one for the high
school and one for the primary school.
Th utmost care will be taken of them
and they will be kept in the princi principal's
pal's principal's office when not in use. Any one
who will be so generous as to loan
their victrola even for one month will
be doing a great "community serv service."
ice." service." The loan of good records will
also be appreciated.
If you will enter into this plan for
the musical culture of the children of
Ocala, kindly phone 164, Miss Mar Marguerite
guerite Marguerite Porter. Each record will be
called for, used and returned, immed immediately.
iately. immediately. A very essential part of a musical
education is musical appreciation.
This can only be had through music musical
al musical intelligence created by bearing the
best music rendered by artists, vis visitors
itors visitors will always be welcome at these
lessons.
The following is a suggestive list
of records needed: Any record by
Galli-Curci, Tetrazzini, Melba, Gluck,
Sembrich, Farrar, Homer, Shumann Shumann-Heink,
Heink, Shumann-Heink, Caruso, McCormack, Amato or
Scotti; opera, oratorio, folk songs,
duets, quartets, sextets, marches,
waltzes, mazurkas and also Mother
Goose records and children's, songs.
BUY UBERTT BONDS
Plan to attend the fair Nov. 19-22.

America's Answer
(Written after the death of Lieut.
Col. McCrae, author of "In Flanders
Fields," and printed in the New York
Evening Mail).
Rest ye in peace, ye Flanders dead.
The fight that ye so bravely led
We've taken up. And we will keep
True faith with you who lie asleep
With each a cross to mark his bed,
And poppies blowing overhead,
Where once his own life ran red.
So let your rest be sweet and deep
In Flanders fields.
Fear not that ye have died for naught.
The torch ye threw to us we caught.
Ten million hands will hold it high.
And freedom's light shall never die!
We've learned the lesson that ye
taught
In Flanders fields.
Unprecedented Generous Response to
Appeal for the Belgians
The response of the people of Ocala
and Marion county to the appeal for
clothing for the Belgians is a won wonderful
derful wonderful one. The committee in charge
of the collection of. these clothes,'
Mrs. J. J. Gerig chairman, has1 .been
receiving the goods for the past two
days in the former Gerig drugstore
location, which is filled almost tt
overflowing with splendid-: things?
many perfectly new and many ntore
almost like new. This response has
been spontaneous, all over the county,
and all have given willingly and
gladly.
.
Eastern Star
There will be a special meeting of
Ocala Chapter No. 29, O, E. S.,
Thursday, Oct. 3rd, at 3 p. m. in the
Masonic hall, for the purpose of con conferring
ferring conferring degrees. ;
-' Mrs. Alice Yohce, W. MV
Mrs. H. S. Wesson and daughter,
Miss Anna Belle and son, Leonard,
feel that they have enjoyed one of
the most pleasant summers of their
lives, in the one just passed, part ft
which time they spent in Boston and
other cities in Massachusetts. The
time was enlivened with, many de delightful
lightful delightful i automobile rides in the:
beautiful country surrounding Bos Boston.
ton. Boston. They also spent a portion of
their summer in Nashville with rela relatives
tives relatives and are thoroughly refreshed
and begin their work with renewed
energy and vim.
' ,." ''-
Rev. J. R. Hemdon has just re received
ceived received a letter giving him the infor information
mation information that his nephew, Clyde Rion
of Murfreesboro, Tenn., who is fight-'
ing in France, has been "over, the top"
five times without injury. The last
time the lieutenant by his side was
killed. Corporals. Rion then, took
charge of the platoon and "carried
on" and brought it back safely.
Mrs. Clarence Camp and daughters,
Misses Stella and Nettie Camp, after
a week's visit in New York city, have
gone to Buffalo, N. Y. where they
will spend a week as the guests of
Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Fitch and children.
On account of the 5 Spanish influenza
epidemic the colleges whjeh the
Misses Camp are to attend this year
have ; postponed- their opening for a
week, , ' ..
Miss Theo. Beckham is t expected
home tomorrow noon from a delight delightful
ful delightful summer vacation spent with her

father's relatives in Virginia, going
first to the old homestead at Fred
ericks Hall," where her father lived
when a boy. She afterwards visited
in Newport News; Norfolk and
Franklyn, Va., and had an altogether
delightful summer, v
Despite the unfavorable weather,
ther was an attendance of seventeen
at the union Bible study class yester yesterday
day yesterday at the home of Mrs: J.i Al Wal Walters.
ters. Walters. The subject, "The Priesthood,"
proved so interesting and helpful it is
to be continued next week, the meet meeting
ing meeting to be held with Mrs. Batts.
Mr, Jack Embry ha$ returned-to
Chattanooga after spending a week
with his wife arid her family. Mrs,
Einbry will remain in Foridat several
weeks longer, arid : expects to spend
two weeks at Daytona Beach before
returning to her v home in Chatta Chattanooga.
nooga. Chattanooga. ; y
Friends of Mrs. George Taylor and
Mrs. R. L. Harper are delighted to
see them out again after a siege of
illness, which confined them to their
beds for several days.
;
Mrs. W. I. Evans, formerly Miss
Tommie Standley, has just learned
that her husband has been quite sick
with Spanish influenza at Camp
Sevier.
Deuteronomy viii. was the beautiful
chapter read at the union prayer
meeting at the Presbyterian church'
this morning and commented on by
Rev. Smith Hardin. Remarks by Rev.
J. R, Herndon were also most fitting.
'.'-'''
Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hall returned
yesterday afternoon from a short stay
in Jacksonville.
.
Mrs. JSC. Caldwell, who has been
suffering with a severe case of influ influenza,!
enza,! influenza,! is considered somewhat better.
Mrs. Caldwell expects to go to Jack

sonville for a visit to her mother as
soon as her condition has sufficiently
improved.

Patriotic Meeting on the Square This
Evening
Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney will ad address,
dress, address, the citizens of Ocala and sur surrounding
rounding surrounding country tonight at 8 o'clock
from the band stand onthe square,
Mrs. Varney is one of the foremost
women speakers of America, and will
address her audience tonight on the
subject "The Nation's Peril." Mrs.
Varney is giving her whole time and
magnificent talents to .war work and
the selling of liberty bonds. It is the
duty, of every, Ocala citizen to come
and hear Mrs. Varney's lecture, all
are sure to feel more than repaid for
their presence.
There will be plenty of chairs on
the court House lawn and in front of
the band stand. The, streets will be
roped off and all arrangements are
being made for the comfort of those
wl are present.! There will be a
special musical program, led by Mr.
Lester Lucas. Every loyal citizen
should be present.
?
Mrs. Mecca Marie Varney will be
the guest of Mrs. R. A. Burford while
in the city.
, (Concluded on Fourth Page)

4 MECCA MARIA VARNEY
Among the ablest speakers of Am America
erica America today, stands Mecca Marie Var Varney
ney Varney a peer. Her whole strength and
power are put into, ''winningthe wair"
jusi now.' The people of this section
are urged to come out to hear her' in
order to fully appreciate her wonder wonderful
ful wonderful sincerity and force of expression.
Her patriotic zeal and enthusiasm are
very contagious and glorious. She
works arid 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 prohibition
bition prohibition and votes for 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.
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LIBERTY LOAN DAY SUNDAY

Secretary McAdoo has in a letter
asked that we give special attention
to the liberty loan next Sunday, Oct.
8th. In order to do this successfully,
I am asking that every officer and
teacher in the Sunday school meet
Friday night at the Methodist church
at 7:30 o'clock. I also ask that every
member of the church and Sunday
school be at the service next Sunday
morning. This is important, so be on
hand. : Smith Hardin, Pastor.
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BELGIAN RELIEF WORK

The v committee appointed for the
Belgian relief work will be at the
building formerly used as Gerig's
drugstore on Oct. 1st and 2nd, to re receive,
ceive, receive, all clothing contributed; so
please bring or send anything that
you can give, even though you may
not have been personally solicited to
give., for this grand work belongs to
all of us.

' BUY LIBERTY BONDS V
NOTICE
, The annual meeting of the Marion
County. Florida, Chapter of the Am American
erican American Red Cross for the purpose of
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. 12th,
as wis-previously announced.
Mrs. John ; H. Taylor; Sec'y.
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No substitutes and no delay in our
prescription work. Let us serve you.
G. C. Green & Co., phone 424. tf
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Your physician puts all his knowl knowledge,
edge, knowledge, skill and experience at work
when he writes your prescription ; so
do we when we fill that prescription.
G. C. Green & Co., phone 424. tf
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! Go to Gerig's Drug Store and get
two cakes of Palm Olive Soap FREE.
Ask about it. tf

Have Your
HEMSTITCHING
AND
PICOT EDGE WORK
Done at
THE HEMSTITICHER"
Ocala, Florida
Between Peyser's Store and the Har Harrington
rington Harrington Hall Lunch Room

1 Dollars That Fight 1
I By SENATOR HENRY CABOT LODGE 1

The war will be won by men and ships, by guns and airplanes. To raise armies

and supply them, to build the navy and support it, and to furnish ships and
transport, we must have money in large amounts. The expenditures of the
Government for the ensuing year are estimated at $24,000,000,000. a sum which
baffles the imagination to conceive. That vast amount must come one -third
from taxes and two-thirds from loins. The success of the Fourth Loan, like
those that proceded it is, therefore, absolutely necessary. We must work with
the highest speed, as if the war was to end in six months. We must prepare in
every direction, as if it was to last for years. Speed and preparation are both
expensive.

Without the Loans we cannot have either $

We are fighting to secure a just righteous and lasting peace. For a complete
peace we must have a 6omplete victory. It must not be peace of
bargain or negotiation. No peace that satisfies Germany can satisfy us.
No peace that leaves Germany in position to renew the war against us
will be worth having. It will be far from sufficient to gain all our
objects on the Western, front-rBelgium,. Alsace-Lorraine, Italy Irre Irredenta.
denta. Irredenta. The President with ; wisdom and foresight and great force ex-'
pressed his determination to redeem Russia. Russia must not be left in Ger Germany's
many's Germany's hands. That would mean another war. Poland must be free. Slav,
republics must be established to bar the way between Germany and the East.
Serbia and Roumania must-be redeemed. These things are essential. Nothing
will bring them but complete victory and a peace dictated by us and the allies.
It is a conflicts of ideas. It is the principle of evil arrayed against the princi principle
ple principle of good. It is the battle of freedom and civilization against barbarism and
tyranny. We must win arid we shall win.
We cannot win without money, and therefore, these Loans
are vital, and thexSuntry should rally in all its strength
and subscribe and oversubscribe the Fourth Liberty Loan

Buy Bonds To Your Utmost

This Space contributed to the Winning "of the War by

CM

Farm Machinery, Fenciiig& General Hardware 4

, FLORIDA.

w vx? xis xix v.

OCALA FnATERHAL ORDERS
MARION-DUNN MASONTC LODGE
Marion-Dunn Lodge No. 19, F. &
A. M:, meets on the first and third
Thursday evenings of each month at
8 o'clock, until further notie.
Stephen Jewett, W. VL
. Jake Brown, Secretary.

WOODMEN' OF THE WORLD

Fort King Camp No. 14 meets t
the K. of P. hall at 8 p, m. every
second and fourth Friday. Visiting
sovereigns are ailways welcome."
P. W. Whitesides, C. C.
Chas. K. Sage, Clerk
OCALA LODGE NO. 286. B. P. O. E
Ocala Lodge No. 286, Benevolent
and Protective Order of Elks, nieei
the, second and; fourth Tuesday eren eren-ings
ings eren-ings in each, month.' Visiting breth brethren
ren brethren always welcome; Club house oppo opposite
site opposite nostoffice, east side.
C. W. Hunter, E. B.
E. J. Crook; : Secretary.
KNIGHTS OF PYTHIAS

Ocala Lodge No. 19. Conventions
held every Monday evening at 8
at the Castle HalL over the James
Carlisle drugstore. A cordial welcome
U 'visiting brothers.
H. B. Baxter, C. C.
Chas. K, Saare. EL of B. S.
ODD FELLOWS

Tulula Lodge, No. 22, L; O. p. Fn
meets every Tuesday evening in the
Odd FeUows' hall on the third floor of
the Star office building at 8 o'clock
promptly. A warm welcome alwayi
extended to visiting brothers.
L. H. Pillans, N. G.
M. M. Little, Secretary.
MIRIAM REBEKAH LODGE TiO. 15

Miriam Rebekah Lodge No. 16
meets the first and third Monday eve
nings in each month in the Odd Fel Fellows'
lows' Fellows' hall at 8 o'clock.
Clara Moremen, N. G.
. Eloioe Bouvier, Secretary.
ORDER OF EASTERN STAB
Ocala Chapter, No. 29, O. E. S.,
meets at Yonge's hall the second and
fourth Thursday evenings of each
month at 8 o'clock.
Mrs. Alice Yonce, W. M.
Mrs. Susan Cook, Secretary.

0CAL A MARBLE WdRGS

MANUFACTURERS OF
MARBLE AND GRANITE

r.iOrjur.itWTS & headstones.
Granilc, Marble and Cement Fencing ;

and All Kinds of Cemetery Work.
Let Us Quote You Prices.

E YJ. IEAVEN00D, Manaflcr. f

: Tard N. Elagnolia St. Ocala, Florida

R. A. M. CHAPTER NO. IS
Regular convocations of the Ocala

inapier ixo. xo, xw. a. w mm i
first Friday in every month at 8 p. m. I
J. A. Bouvier, H. P. i
Jake Brown. Secretary.

TOE WMPSdDK HCDTEL
JACKSONVILLE, FLORIDA

1 O Q

In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front 7.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From S1.50 per day per person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KAVANAUGH
Manager. Proprietor.

Put an Ad in the Star



OCALA EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 3, 1918

t

BOOKS! BOOKS! BOOKS!

Mr. J. A. Jester of the Seaboard, j
has just received a letter from for- j

mer city Marshal W. Frank Adams.

He is doing well, is in fine spirits and
asks to be remembered to his Ocala

friends.
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A nice lot of Salt Water Fish just
in at Main Street Market. Phone 108.

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Phone No. 451 is the American

Restaurant, Temple & Davis, proprie proprietors,
tors, proprietors, the best in the city, at the nnion
passenger station. 16-tf
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An article in the Tampa Tribune

Zane Grey.
Gene Stratton Porter.
Riley's Poems 7 volumes.
Jack London.
Gerard's Book at 75c.
Forty new titles at 65c.
Boy Scouts.

Rover Boys.
Ten new war books.
Bobsey Twins and

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UUIILII UUUII1L III I IH11U

(Continued from Third Page) ; jjjfj

miimiBiiiiniiiiiPiH-T

"'"

The many Gainesville friends of
Capt. E. Terrell Barco wilLJbe inter

ested in knowing that he has been
promoted to the rank of major and is
for the present stationed at Camp

Sfllunes' children are with him and expect to

remain there until Major Barco is
sent back overseas. Gainesville Sun.

Just in at THE BOOK SHOP. 3t

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BELLEVIEW

Mrs.; N. Hickman of Lewes. Del..

Belleview, Oct. 3. Mrs. Maryrarrived in the citv this afternoon and

Cauthen has returned from her visit 1 will soend the winter with her daueh-

tO UXIOra. I toy Mri T. R Cha-ra and familv.

DesDite the wet weather there was r I

highly praises the good work of a good atendance at the Civic League have not yet made their plans for the
Raymond Hodgson, a senior lieuten- dange Friday, Sept. 27th. The next

t- : .! a. t i I ... . . I

ant, in une transport service, wno is i aance Will De neid UCt. 18th.

i: j t a i ... .,,

making a line recora oeiween Amer- Mr. ana Jars. .Bryant and errand-1

ica and France. Lieut. Hodgson is a daughter, Aliee Barrett spent the day
nephew of Mr. and Mrs. Geo. S. Wil- in Ocala Saturday.

son of this1 city. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Sumner and

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Do not miss the great woman's

patriotic meeting this evening at 8

o'clock. If the weather is inclement.

children and Mr. George Newlanfls hvfrc Vampv will srwlc in th Mth

A fifty-cent purchase of Palm Olive left early Tuesday momine for Par- nKt ''rimrrk instead rf from th hand

aIIaI- Ari1 1oUa fAMM TMfM 1 -1. JLl !! 1 At I

wutv xMuioAio w uciigo jsiug risn, wnere uiey win spena ineir va-1 stand

oujre, enuues you u iwo canes 01 1 cation witn relatives. v i
W"fc tT tf S H a I I

raim unve ooap xkhjUj. u. Mr. Polland of Falmetto is takine Tn her lecture this evening. Mrs.

BUY LIBERTY BONDS Mr. Sumner's place in the depot. IVnrnPv will Hisrnss two hurnino-

Dr. C. W. Moremen, a lieutenant in Mr. Albert Crosby went to Ocala I miafinns nn Wn the : wnrld. Cnm

the dental branch of the medical Monday and purchased a Maxwell and hear this great woman. She has

corps, nas received orders to report car. the world-heart and it is athrob for

at Washington uct. id. vr. Moremen Mrs.-C. A. Tremere has returned knur hov. at home and over there.

u i. :a: i t I r l i i i , i

ucca'awttamg uius wi wuc irom a visit to ner aaugnter m JacK-i

time. Mrs. Moremen ana tneir ongnt i sonviiie. I wM n v. "mTxot-'o .nni't;nn tnAaxr

ntue oaoy win remain m ucaia unni i he, many friends of Miss Lily 1 shows, we are glad to say, some im

tne aoctor is located. I uaskin will be glad to know she is I

x Hive iui ut uaii, hoici uou juiMinyruvuig. anu 15 now aoie to visit

in at Main Street Market. Phone 108. her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Z. V. Free-

BU Y LIBlfiRTY BONDS j man.

tjtt v t TTT?rjrrv rijriu i mi

jvj win. x -"-'' i ine war saving society, which is I

Mrs. Varney is a finished public composed of the school children, re-

'Hum

The

His Mark!

U A 4? n-
O CAW:-;

Y'V ( A

Li

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Dainty and pretty Mary Pickf ord,

the movie queen, will be at the Tem

ple this afternoon and evening, in

"Mliss," a picturization of one

speaker, a woman of eloquence, force ports that at the last meeting it had tt.w

a magnetic, womanly wmsomeness last meetine the children have cained

that appeals to ail. Do not fail to I about $17.

hear her. r Mrs. I. N. Nichols and Mrs. Feuch

BlY LIBERTY bonds ter have both been quite ill.

Mr. H. A. Waterman has. the con-1 A few of our men showed their

of

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NOTICE

Fellowship Cemetery Cleaning
Everybody invited to come out to

tract to supply uniforms to the mem- patriotism by cleaning up the town Fellowship Wednesday, Oct. 9th, to

bers of the county guard, ihe boys j Tuesday. m

Ml 1 J. J ..11 1I 1 I TIT-11 1 1 '- m

win soon oe oui m mu regana mm mr. win ADsnire nas received a

we know they will make a fine ap- card from his son, Alfred, who was in

pearance. New York at the time of writing,

t BUY LIBERTY BONDS Mr. anrl Mrs. VA PInt

Our winter display of millinery is l mto UTe McClure cottage.

now ready for your inspection. Call We were all glad to see Mrs. Guy

and se us. Style Hat Shop, Main Smith in town Saturday nicht. at-

help clean off the cemetery. If you

are interested be on hand early with
some tools to work with.

Respectfully, S. J. McCully.
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WEIRSDALE

street,' Ocala. It
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Weirsdale, Oct. 3. Mr. G. Tuppell

tending to her shopping after her of Orlando wa here yesterday mak mak-long
long mak-long spell of illness. ing final arrangements for shipping

Mrs. Fielding returned Monday oranges in the near future. Mr.

The many friends of Private Willie

Webber, who went to training camp from Gainesville, and reports her son, I Charlie Turner of the Umatilla Fruit

a few months ago, will be glad to William much improved. j Company, Umatilla, was here also on

learn that he is now in France. There will be a patriotic nroerramlthe same mission

BUY LIBERTY BONDS at the Methodist church Siindav mom. Dr. and Mrs. E. B. Lytle, Miss

Prompt delivery of prescriptions Is line at 10:30. Evervbodv come and lJuanita Lytle, Mr. and Mrs. M. E

the watchowrd here. Tell your physic- see "A Call to the Colors" illustrated. Albertson and Edgar Walling made

ian to leave them with us. We allow LaSt Saturdav the two churches up a jolly camping party to Daytona

no substitution. Ihe Court .Pharmacy. 1 united in having a picnic at Smith Beach last week. They returned home

Jfhone iJ4. tl I Lake and all renortpd vprv AeHerht.. I last Mondav. all reoortine a deherht

UUl U1D,XH1 DUUO- I fill Tl,r 1.oJ H I fill f ma

snorts

At the meeting of the Home Guard kinds and Drizes were given to the

Tuesday nignt Messrs. j k. tTeer i winners.

and Joseph Needham were elected

lieutenants. The company holds a full

meeting tomorrow night and all mem

bers must be on hand.
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Sunday School Picnic

Last Saturday our Sunday schools

enjoyed a day of recreation and rest

in the grove near beautiful Smith

Lake. The picnic was in charge of

Let us supply your TOILET AR

Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf

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Our young friend, H

Tucker is going to see service in

We are glad to hear that Mrs. J. J.

Knoblock is improving rapidly at the
Ocala hospital and will be at home
again in a few days. Mr. J. J. Knob Knob-lock
lock Knob-lock and little daughters came home

yesterday afternoon after a week's

visit wth relatives at Martin and

Shady.

Miss Minnie Albertson returned to

i

if

There is a plain
fact that every Amer- V
ican business man
must face. This war
is not a dollar wan
It is a war for justice,
for truth, for right,
and, for human de decency.
cency. decency. Its financial
aspects are minor
aspects when mea measured
sured measured against terms
of human suffering

and bloodshed. i j
But sdll the question must be asked and must be answered
by American men: "Shall the German mark conquer the Amer American
ican American dollar?" 1
What the Dollar Stands For
The American dollar stands for a business world of square dealing, of
equal opportunity, to all people, of free commercial intercourse all over
'die world.; aa:; ;J
You know what the German mark stands for a commercial system as an
active instrument of foul plotting, espionage, and Prussian propaganda.

Enlist Your

Every American dollar must be enlisted in the great army that is notr
being mobilized against the Potsdam autocracy the great army of the
Fourth Liberty Loan. ; ."
Enlist your: dollars to win a world in which fair dealing and an equsl
opportunity for all shall be the guiding principles.
Buy all the Liberty Bonds you can. Every bond you buy safeguards yout
home, your business all you possess, and all you hope to have.
Buy Liberty Bonds I :: Buy as you feel! Buy to your limit!

TliS Spaco Contributed to Winning the Wet by ifflllill

DollarG

3

u

t m iMnauu(tuc wot x iiui sua v uaiiuK

Belleview and Candler, the ; day was

spent her short vacation here, with

xxtI made really enjoyable.

inaue uie couee. mrs,

H. L. Straub and

France or know the reason why. Be

ing an excellent musician and also

having served an enlistment or two in
the national guard, he intends to join

TT-"t7 t!! the home f olk,

UUUC O UC I yi 1 If

xvev. aiiu.xvi.rs.

family and Mr. and Mrs. Jacoby are
motoring together to Florida from
their homes in Pennsylvania. They
are expected to arrive by Oct. 10th.

The Presbytery of Florida of the

L. Weihe

brought her fireless cooker and Miss
Helen Brown's first chicken pie was

a decided success. It would take a
long time to give the names of all

the band of a recent that expects 7 V. S. -A ..will meet in
to go to France soon. And when he ... ,. . 'I the Presbyterian church at Weirs-

reaches France he will try to get into r"" v T,,' Jv.P "J dale Tuesday, Wednesday and Thurs

some branch of the service that will 7 C day, Oct. 8th. 9th and 10th. Every
take him to the front. Mr. Tucker llZ!!! S one is cordially invited to attend. The

has a right to exemption but has "V". i.1 '."!1 program will be as follows:

waived it. He is the son of a soldier"' Tuesday, Oct. 8th, 7:30 P. M.

and a redblooded American, and if he -1; y"tXL Z7": The moderator. Rev. W. W. Farris,

doesn't come to grips with the Hun "irr fTT'T' T T' D. D.. of Miami, will preside.

. i r v pieasanuy mat some ox me lair ...
ault of his.' I f ,a. , I The onemnsr sermon will be

Darners lei a Doai gei away irom mem

it wiU be no fault

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The opening sermon will be preach

J 1 T TT 1 T-4 T-

and it drifted serenely to the oppo- V; n
.ite h TfiifnV ri.inr D, president of Rollins College,

in at Main Street Market. Phone 108. !lt.fre:eC!!!l"f ,l"S"P Winter Park.

Nott and Brown to recover it.

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In a letter to the Star from

Mr.

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FORT KING

Fort King, Oct. 2. MrsC. O. Bur-

gen and daughter, Helen of Fort

10 a TY1 "TVm V.-trit rf rhnroh fW

sends us would temptPfT8..yi8ited at the home of Urfapping and the Value of Federa

e most chronic case of iormer s sister nere, Mrs. j. tion," by

Carl L. Sewell, now with the quarter

master's department at Newport

News, Va., he says his division en

joyed a big spread last Sunday in
honor of Major-General Hutcheson.

The menu he

anvone with the

indigestion to takp a rhnnrp. Curl is I Baxter last weeK.

enjoying his work and sends his re- Mr- andMrs. J.E. Whaley visited
P-arda to Oala fnVnds farl is a Mr. and Mrs. R. F. Jxuig of Conner

brother of Mrs. J. P. Galloway and last week ?oinS especially to see. Mr,

though his home was at Brooksville, PnS' wno is very m.
his residence amoni? us for a ncriod Mrs. C. L. Younge and little daugh

before the war made him a favorite ter;; Doris is visiting realtives at Or

with Ocalans. ange Lake tftis weeK.

BUY liberty bonds I Miss Jame Clayton visited Misses

MOSS BLUFF I Bertha and Ida Perkins at Shady

Saturday and Sunday.

Moss Bluff, Oct. 3. Mr. Oliver A letter was received here last

Fort and daughter, Miss Alma Fort, week from Private red Neil m

carried Mrs. J. E.1 Rush and sons to ranee, dated August 25th. Me was
their home Saturday at Brooksville. at a rest Camp after a long campaign

Verv seldom does a tin lizzie fail to on the American front. Fred is with

.. .... .. ... I ; i .i!

pull, but this time it had to be help- M-1"5 corps ana nas pen in active

ed bv a little bit of nushinsr. service lor some time.

It -seems as thoueh the teachers ;". J. r. Lappleman and daugh-

have run short this year, as we have c.r Dorothy, have returned from vis

iting relatives m Tampa.
Mrs. Joe Hunter has returned to
her home here from a visit to rela relatives
tives relatives in South Carolina.
Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Parker visited
relatives at Connor Saturday and
Sunday.
Mr. and Mrs. Claude Bettes passed
through here Tuesday on their way
to their home in Jacksonville.
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8:30 p. m. Communion will be ad
ministered by Rev. W. W. Farris.:"
Wednesday

8:30 a. m. A devotional will be

led by Rev. M. E. Gabard, D. D., pas
tor of Weirsdale church.

not got one yet.

We are sorry to report that Miss

Martha Fort and Mr. A. W. Fort are

on the sick list. We wish them a

speedy recovery.

Mr. Peter Fort, Mr. Sidney Fort
and Miss Martha Fort attended
preaching at Lynne Sunday arid also
a large dinner that was spread upon
the church grounds.
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No substitutes and no delay in our
prescriotion work. Let us serve you.
G. C Green & Co., phone 424. tf
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Girl wanted at once at Music store.

Rev. J. P. Calhoun. D. D

J Winter Haven.

xi a. m. "ine neianon oi tne

Church to the Nation in -War Time,"

by Rev. G. Rexf ord of Fort Myers.

12 in. Luncheon served by ladies

of the church to all present.
1:30 p. m. Presbyterial business.

2:30 p. m. "The Relation of Rural

or Village Church to the Community
at Large," by Rev.. W. L. Atkisson of

Crescent City.
6 p. m. Dinner served by ladies.

7:15 p. m. "The Relation of the
Young People's Societies to the
Church," by Rev. Theron Alexander,

of P ort Lauderdale.

8 p. ml Sabbath school institute,
conducted by Revs. A. W. Pierce and
G. V. Albertson.
Thursday
8:30 a. m. Devotional service led
by Rev. A. W. Pierce.
9 a. m. Presbyterial business.
11 a.m. Adjournment.
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NOTICE .-.

Your physician puts all his knowl knowledge,
edge, knowledge, skill and experience at work
when he writes your prescription; so
do we when we fill that prescription.
G. C. Green & Co, phone 424. tf

m

WMIS OD

OCALA, ELOMA.

UNCLASSIFIED
ADVERTISEMENTS

RATES: 61x line maximum, one

time 25c.; three times 50c; six timee
75c; on month $3. Payable In advance.

WANTED, LOST, .FOUND. FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

FOR SALE: Two large lots on

Broadway. Address Box 233. 3-lt

LOST Tuesday night, auto crank
for Buick; lost between- courthouse
square and three-mile post on Lake
Weir road.' Finder please notify the
Star. 2-2t

LOST Airedale puppy, male; an answers
swers answers to. name of "Pedro." Return to
Harrington Hall hotel and receive re reward.
ward. reward. 1-tf

WANTED Farm to work on shares,
for general farming and stock rais raising;
ing; raising; 50 acres or more. Will make a
three-year contract. J. G. McNeely,
Fairfield, Fla. 30-St

FOR RENT Rooms furnished for
light housekeeping; also, single fur

nished room. Phone 242, Mrs. A. M.
Perry. 24-tf

FOR RENT Immediate possession,
residence .on Fort King avenue formerly-
occupied by Mr. Hetrick. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. McDowell, next door
east. 9-9-tf

The annual meeting of the Marion
County. Florida, Chapter of the Am American
erican American Red Cross for the purpose of
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. 12th,
as was previously announced.
Mrs. John H. Taylor, Sec'y.

FOR RENT A five-room cottage,
close in, good location, all modern
conveniences, very close to primary

and high school houses. Apply to S
H. Christian, city. 14-tf

ROOMS FOR RENT At the Dormi

tory, furnished or unfurnished for

light housekeeping. "Half price to

over night lodgers." Hot and cold wai waiter.
ter. waiter. Roome large and airy; best venti

lated in town at lowest prices. Par

ents, now is the time to arrange for

residence, 703 S. Pond St., or phone

305 Mrs. C. V. Roberts, new mat matron,
ron, matron, eod

DRESSMAKING Mrs. S. a M.

Thomas, 103 Watula street. tf

A nice lot of Salt Water Fish just
in at Main Street Market. Phone 108.

A HJ TT O S E R y i C E
Passenger and Dauoaae

Wo

:5rr

ED STATES

' M O V II IM G y
Lean asd Sfcort Dasllsn Slorafle and Packing

WEETE-STAe LME plg6NE

How Can II Saw Sugar on a

2 lb. ElaQion?

1

n

v

INSTEAD OF BREAKFAST
Fruit 1 Rounded Teaspoonful
Cereal 2 Rounded Teaspoonf uls
Coffee 2 Rounded Teaspoonf uls
LUNCHEON
Tea 1 Rounded Teaspoonful
Other Dish 1 Rounded Teaspoonful
Making 7 rounded teaspoonf uls a

day; or over 4 pounds a montn.

TRY BREAKFAST -Fruit
No Sugar
Cereal No Sugar
Coffee 1 Rounded Teaspoonful
LUNCHEON
Tea I' Level Teaspoonful
Making 1 rounded teaspoonfuls
a day for table use; or only one
pound a month, leaving one pound
for other uses.

OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY

NOTICE

Notice Is hereby given that the un undersigned,
dersigned, undersigned, under and 'by virtue ot a
certain final decree entered on the
30th day of September, 1918, toy the
Honorable W. 6. Bullock, Judgre, where wherein
in wherein A. A. CMathews Is the complainant
and Louis Casmlnski and Alice Cas Cas-minskl
minskl Cas-minskl et al. are the defendants, on
Stoaday, the 4tk day of Xvmhrrt 1918,
during the legal hours of sale will sell
for cash at the west door ot the court
house In the city of Ocala, Florida, and
during the legal hours of sale at pub pub-11
11 pub-11 coutcry sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash, the following describ described
ed described lands in the city of OcaJa. Florida,
in Marion county, via:
The south half of lot three block
numbered nineteen New Surrey South
Ocala, or so much thereof as will be
necessary to satisfy said decree and
cost.
VT. A. JEFFCOAT,
Special Master in Chancery. -S.
T. SISTRUNK,
Complainant's Solicitor. 10tthur
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
W. K. Lane, BI. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
Florida. tf

We Arc Dating :
COTTOfM
And Pay Ihe Dighest :
CASH PRICE

.SMITH tk PILANS
AT SUnn GROCERY CO.
OCALA; FLORIDA.

NOTICE
This is to notify the creditors of the
Style Hat Shop that I have purchased
the interest of my partner, Laura N.
Luckie, and am assuming all indebt indebtedness
edness indebtedness of the Style Hat Shop.
Rena Smith.

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