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The Ocala evening star
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Ocala Evening Star
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Weather Forecast: Generally fair
tonight and Saturday except probab probably
ly probably showers in the peninsula.
OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, OCTOBER 1, 1918.
VOL. 25, NO. 239
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Heavy Weight of Yankee Man Manhood
hood Manhood Hurled Against Huns

OUR DAI1ING AVIATORS LAST
OF BOI.1
Washington, Oct. 4.- The Ameri American
can American troops abroad now number one
million, eight hundred thousand,
members of the House military com committee
mittee committee were told today at their week weekly
ly weekly conference with the war depart department.
ment. department. Influenza in the camps and
cantonments will retard the shipment
somewhat in the immediate future.
TONSIF BOMBS FOR TEUTONS
With; he Americans Northwest of
VerdunV Thursday Night, Oct. 3.
(Associated Press).- American avia aviators
tors aviators were busy today, dropping 37
tons of bomb's in attacks on Conflans,
Longucon, Auden, Dommary, Bux Bux-ieres,
ieres, Bux-ieres, Vigneulles, Chambley, Etain,
Arnville and Grandpre.
AMERICANS ADVANCE
With the American Army, France,
Thursday Night, 8 O'CIock, Oct. 3.
(Associated Press.) -The Americans
went into action this morning on the
Champagne front. A report of the
French army says they had advanced
considerably by noon, and taken Mont
Blanc and the ledas farm. It had
not previously been announced that
American troops made this capture.
AMERICANS RIGHT IN IT
. Rome, Oct. 4.- American subma submarine
rine submarine chasers destroyed two enemy
submarines yesterday during the bom bombardment
bardment bombardment of Durazzo, it is announced
officially today.
AMERICAN SHIP SUNK
Washington, Oct. 4. The sinking
of the American steamer Herman
Prasch, as the result of a collision
with the American steamer Geo. G.
Henry, several hundred miles off the
American coast, was announced to-

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0)1 day at the navy department. Only

forty-one survivors of the Prasch
have been accounted for, and it is
feared the loss of life was heavy.
Both vessels were cargo carriers in
the army transport service.
The Prasch carried a crew of about
thirteen officers and seventy-six men,
. which makes the number unaccounted
for forty-eight.
CALL FROM CROWDER
Washington, Oct. 4. Gen. Crowder
called approximately 30,000 grammar
school graduates from forty-two
states to entrain Oct.15th for tech technical
nical technical schools. Of these 980 will be
V negroes. Voluntary induction will be
alowed to October 12th.
ONLY WAY TO STOP IT
Washington, Oct: 4. The only way
to stop the spread of 'Spanish influ influenza
enza influenza is to close churches, schools,
theaters find public institutions in
every community where the epidemic
develops, is the opinion of Surgeon
General Blue, of the public health
service
-BUY LIBERTY BONDS
EARTHQUAKE SHOCKS
FELT IN ARKANSAS

(Associated Press)
; Washington, October 4. -A slight
earthquake, centering apparently six
hundred miles from Washington, was
, recorded early this morning.
IT WOKE THEM UP
Little Rock, Ark.,Oct. 4. Earth
i tremors were felt here and at Pine
wuff early this morning. The dis disturbance
turbance disturbance awakened many people. No
, cmage has been reported.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS -
' ' NOTICE
The annual meeting of the Marion
Jnty.. Florida, Chapter of the Am Am-,
, Am-, J" Cross for the purpose of
feting officers for the' coming year,
be held in the court house" in
ocala on Oct. 10th, 1918. at 11 o'clock
e morning instead of Oct. 12th,
as was previously announced.
Mrs. John H. Taylor, Sec'y.
"--BUT'ijbERTY BONDS
p.?r&.te'hin away two cakes of
i-alm Olive Toilet Soap with a fifty fifty-cent
cent fifty-cent purchase of their goods, tf

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IIIGIIT SIIOlliED LIAIIY TOIIS
THE EIIEHY
should eo TO CITnA
The War Relic Train Will be There
Tomorrow Night
Editor Star: I want to urge upon
our people the necessity of getting
up a good crowd to go to Citra to tomorrow
morrow tomorrow night to near the speakers
accompanying the War relic train. We
want to encourage our fellow citizens
in the northern part of the county
who will be present, by having a good
representative -delegation from Ocala.
We should leave Ocala not later than
six o'clock.; I have a telegram from
the chairman of the war relics train
committee reporting that up to this
time the train had met with splendid
success, in some instances more than
the quota of the county t being sub subscribed.
scribed. subscribed. Drivers are requested to
leave their cars at least one block
away from he train stand so as to
avoid confusion. T. T. Munroe,
Chairman Liberty Loan Committee
r for Marion County. x ;
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
BAND CONCERT TONIGHT
The following program will be ren rendered
dered rendered by the band at its concert at
the "band stand this evening, beginning
at 8 o'clock: V
"Star Spangled Banner."
1. March, "124th Infantry"
2. Waltz, "Apple Blossoms."
3. March, "Khaki Bill."
4. Serenade, "Mooning."
5. Overture, "Royal Emblem."
6. Waltz, Belle of the Isle."
v 7. Selection, "Home Melodies."
8. Gallop, "Home stretch."
"Hike, Hike," "Dixie"
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
AVOID INFLUENZA
At the request of Dr. Peek, city
health officer, we republish the fol following
lowing following from the Times-Union:
Dr. William W. McDonnell, city
health officer, issued a statement last
evening regarding the prevalence
here of Spanish influenza. The city
commissioners held a special meeting
yesterday afternoon at which time
the mater was discussed. It was de decided
cided decided to have the health- officer issue
a statement to the public.
Health Officer's, Statement
Dr. McDonnell's statement follows:
"Influenza is an acute infectious
disease due to the implantation in the
system of the influenza bacillus.
"It is characterized in typical cases
bv sudden onset with -fever, aching in
throat and generally great bodily
weakness. The fever, which accom accompanies
panies accompanies this condition, usually rises
suddenly; in cases where there is
some complication it is exceptionally
high, running a course of three, four
to seven days. Frequently there is
much bronchitis and much discharge
from nose and throat.
"The respiratory organs ate the
parts most commonly affected, altho'
in pertain cases there is vomiting,
diarrhaea and gall bladder symptoms.
Relapses Not Uncommon
"Relapses are not uncommon and
complications, particularly pneumon
m. are to be feared.
"At present there are several hun
dreds of cases in the city iortunaie iortunaie-ly
ly iortunaie-ly the majority are mild. About one one-third
third one-third of the copulation is susceptible
to the disease--the others having
some measure of immunity.
"The disease is carried principally
by droplets of mucous or moisture
containing the influenza germ com coming
ing coming from the nose and throat of in infected
fected infected people when .they sneeze or
nii oh
"Anyone sneezing or coughing
about you should be avoided. As many
people have the disease in mild form,
or are about either while coming
Anam with the disease or are recover
incr from it. it is easy to see why an
epidemic gains., ground rapidly. For
this reason, unless you want w ue
sick, avoid crowds or crowded places.

OCALA PEOPLE VILL HEAR

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Mr. E. C. Bennett, Liberty Loan
Publicity Director for Marion county,
this morning received the following
dispatch.
Tampa, Fla., Oct. 4th.
To E. C. Bennett, Ocala, Fla.:
Your speaker, Mr. Scarborough, is
a soldier who has seen eight or nine
months service in France. I under understand
stand understand he is a very interesting speak speaker.
er. speaker. He will Arrive in Dunnellon for a
Saturday night engagement ) and you
can arrange if you want to to take
him to Ocala early Sunday morning
or late Saturday night. Your city
has charge of the speaker at both
Dunnellon and Ocala. Mr. Scar Scarborough
borough Scarborough will keep your audience in interested,
terested, interested, relating experiences and
showing exhibits. L. D.Reagin,
Zone Publicity Director.
AT THE TEMPLE SUNDAY
AFTERNOON
Mr. Bennett intends to have Mr.
Scarborough at the Temple Sunday
afternoon, as hear four o'clock as
possible. Mr. Scarborough has been
up against the real thing. He has
been wounded in battle and can tell
his story from firsthand observation.
Everybody in town should be present
to hear him. A musical program will
be given before and after his' talk.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
ON EASY TERMS
Any Person Who Has Any Income at
- All Can Buy a Liberty
Bond zl
Atlanta, Oct. 4. Some of the Lib
erty Loan campaign committees have
found that many subscribers do not
understand the easy payment method
of investing in Fourth Liberty Bonds,
which makes it possible for almost
anybody to handle a bond or two and
save the money to pay for it. ..'
Practically all the banks in the
county have agreed on the folowing
plan of payment for bonds:
First payment on October 24, of
ten per cent. Second payment, on
November 15, of, 16 per cent. Pay
ments of 15 per cent on the fifteenth
of each month through April 15,
when bond is paid" for. On a $100
bond, for instance, the following, pay payments
ments payments would prevail:
October 24 ....... $ 10.00
November 15 ..... 16.50
December 15 . . 15.00
January 15 . . . 15.00
February 15 ..... 15.00
March 15 v 15.00
April 15 15.00
Total payments '. .$101.50
The subscriber would draw interest
of $2.13 in the six months he is mak making
ing making payments, while he would pay the
bank, in interest, only $1.50. Rates on
all denominations of bonds may be
figured on the asme basis.
If you have to sneeze or cough, place
your handkerchief in front of your
face. Do not spit. Try to save the
others from getting sick.
Go to Bed, If Sick
"Should you come down with the
disease go to bed and stay there un until
til until you are well a precaution that
will prevent relapses and complica
tions. v--
"At present, our hospitals, nurses
and doctors are rendering service up
to the limits of their capabilities.
There will be many who will not be
able to get a physician a number of
our remaining physicians are ill with
the disease. To those who cant get a
doctor, I would advise as treatment a
mild preliminary purgative such as
castor oil and the use of aspirin in
five grain tablets every three or four
hours for people over twelve years of
age. The diet should be light and the
sick person should stay in bed. After
recovery the room should be well air aired.
ed. aired. All mucous discharges should be
destroyed.
"To prevent taking the disease,
there is a preventative innoculation,
which "your physician might employ,
if there still remains enough of the
medicament in our drug stores. No
government serum is on hand that we
can use.
: "The principal dependence is to
keep out of crowds and crowded
places. I advise you against public
gatherings as churches, picture
snows, theaters, patriotic rallies and

FI.1 THE FBI

Mill III1BESIIIIC FACTS
AT
Austrian Naval Base Taken and Sev Several
eral Several Vessels Sunk by
the Allies
(Associated Press)
Rome, Friday, Oct. 4. American,
British and Italian warships have
destroyed the Austrian naval base at
Durazzo and the warships anchored
there, according to an announcement
made by Premier Orlando.
The attac kon Durazzo took 'place
at noon on Wednesday, when Italian
and British cruisers, protected by
Italian and allied torpedo boats and
American submarines, succeeded in
making their way through the mine
fields and, avoiding attacks by sub submarines,
marines, submarines, got into Durazzo harbor.
An intense bombardment followed
until the base and the Austrian ships
anchored there were completely de destroyed.
stroyed. destroyed. Italian sailors, in the teeth of a hot
enemy fire, torpedoed an Austrian
destroyer and -a steamer. Another
vessel, which was recognized as a
hospital ship, was allowed to, withdraw."-';
British and Italian airplanes co cooperated
operated cooperated in the work. Other Italian
and allied warships were drawn up
in order to battle outside of the harr
bor to deal with any enemy warships
coming to the assistance of the port.
No losses or damage were suffered
by the allied squadrons except a
slight injury to, a British' cruiser by
a torpedo from an enemy submarine.
Durazzo is a seaport in Albania,
fifty-three miles sout hof Scutari. It
is situated on av peninsula in the
Adriatic sea. For some time past it
has been a base for Austrian opera operations
tions operations in Albania.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
THE CASUALTY LIST
Many Names, but Only one frtm
Florida
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 103
Missing in action 172
Wounded severely ....514
Wounded slightly .............. 2
Died, accident and other causes.. 6
Died of wounds ............... 67
Wounded, degree undetermined.. 12
Taken prisoner ......... '. ..... 1
Died from airplane accident .... 1
Total ....962
The only Florida name on the list
is that of Private J. J. Wells, Ybor
City; wounded severely.-
crowded street cars, elevators and
restaurants.
About Schools
"As to schools if you can keep
your children on your own premises
away from other children or persons,
it will be wise to keep them at home.
If you cannot kep them m this form
of isolation, it is 4etter that they go
to school. The principals of all schools
have been instructed to exclude any
child that sneezes or coughs or looks
sick. Past experiences of this and
other health departments show more
infections to spread when children
are dismissed than when they are un under
der under careful supervision. Our city
nurses and school physicians will be
present to make these investigations.
"Keep calm and avoid crowds.
"William W. McConnell,
"City Health Officer'
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Phone No. 451 is the American
Restaurant, Temple & Davis, proprie proprietors,
tors, proprietors, the best in the city, at the union
passenger station. 16-tf
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
A nice lot of Salt Water Fish just
in at Main Street Market. Phone 108.

DARING

EXPLOIT

Attack

Position

FRENCH Al!0 DMTISII COIIIIII TO CAPTURE HUH POSIB
alo::g win fu

London, Oct. 4, 1:30 p. m. The
Austro-Hungarian forces in Albania
are retiring in considerable disorder
before the advancing Italians and
Austrians, who areblowing up their
depots. ' .;
ITALIANS PURSUE AUSTRIANS
Rome, Oct. 4. After the capture
of Berat by the Italians, the cavalry
joined the pursuit and made consid considerable
erable considerable advance, it is officially report
ed. -" '-
BRITISH DRIVING THE WEDGE
London, Oct. 4. An official report
states "that the British pursuing the
retreating Germans in the Lens reg region
ion region have reached the railway east of
Lens, and to the southeast they have
made progress between Ophy and
Merricourt. The British last night
beat off counter attacks on Gouy and
Lecatelet, between Cambrai and St.
Quentin. More than 4000 prisoners
were taken in the operations north of
St. Quentin yesterday. The point of
the British wedge here has been
pushed forward, and at the end of
yesterday's fighting had reached the
high ground one mile northeast of
Sequehart.
FRTNCH TAKE STRONGHOLDS
London, Oct. 4. French forces in
the Champagne have captured Orf Orf-euil
euil Orf-euil and Bemont Chateau, northeast
of Somme-py. Mont Blanc, a posi position
tion position of considerable tactical impor importance,
tance, importance, has also been taken.
AMERICAN AND FRENCH AD ADVANCE
VANCE ADVANCE Paris, Oct. 4. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that the French in the St.
Quentin region have advanced east
of Lesdines. The Americans and
French in the Champagne sector
made further advances northwest of
Blanc Mont and the Medesh farm.
North and northwest of Rheims the
French have increased their gains
somewhat and improved their posi positions
tions positions in the region of Betheny.
NOT TO BE ENVIED
Amsterdam, Oct. 4 An official an announcement
nouncement announcement from Berlin says that
Prince Maximillian of Baden has
been appointed German chancellor.
Deputy Grober, a centrist, and Dep
uty Scheidemann, a majority social
democrat, have been appointed secre secretaries
taries secretaries of state without portfolios.
FEARED THE BOWSTRING
Amsterdam, Oct. 4 The Turkish
minister of the interior has resigned!,
according to a Constantinople mes
sage.
BUY LIBERTY' BONDS
DAILY REPORT OF
INSTRUMENTS FILED
Furnished the Star by the Florida
Title and Abstract Corporation
Deeds Filed Oct. 3rd
Rex G. Todd to E. H. Martin, dated
Oct. 1, 1918. Lot 9 of Benton's sub
of lot 34 of Caldwell's add to Ocala.
Thomas Watson to Florida Farms
& Homes, Inc., dated .Sept. 10, 1918.
Lots 12 3 blk 1 town of Burbank.
BUY LIBERTY BC JDS
FOUR-BIINUTE MEN
The following citizens of Ocala
have been designated by the Liberty
Loan committee to serve, as four four-minute
minute 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:
Oct. 4th: R. A. Burford.
Oct. 5th: William feocker.
Oct. 7th: J. J. Gerig.
Oct. 8th: E. H. Martin.
Oct. 9th: Rev. J. R.Hemdon.
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 Lu Edwards.
Oct. 18th: L. W. DuvaL Y
By authority of Liberty Loan com committee
mittee committee of Marion county.
T. T. liunroe. Chairman

FBltl fillSill

on Durazzo Made Their

Untenable
S00I1 III STRIKE
Allies Intend to Entirely Drve the
Unspeakable Turk Out
of Europe
(Associated Press)
Saloniki, Oct. 4. "We will soon
direct our blow at Constantinople,
and the vanquished Turk will be
thrown once for all into Asia," de declared
clared declared General Despereyj the allied
commander in chief on the Macedon Macedonian
ian Macedonian front, replying to a demonstra demonstration
tion demonstration today. f
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
War Industries Board Shutting Down
v on Extortionate Prices for
Footgear V
Washingtoncrf)ct. 4 The American
people will soon be able to purchase
shoes at fixed minimum and maxi maximum
mum maximum retail prices, lower than those
now prevailing,' and obtain at the
same time shoes of better quality.
This announcement is made by the
War Industries Board based on an
agreement it has entered into with
the shoe industry.
Under the agreement shoes will be
standardized as to quality and styles
at prices ranging from $3 to $12 for
men's and women's groups as folows:
Class A, from $9 to $ 12; Class B, $6
to $8.50; Class C, $3 to $5.50. Pro Proportionate
portionate Proportionate prices for youths' and
children's shoes have been fixed in
each of the three classes.
The War Industries Board will
check up on the quality of the shoes
sold at each price, by means of a
class number stamped on each shoe.
Policing, officials explained, will be
done by the various state councils of
defense, and where th? public is in
doubt as to what quality it is getting,
according to the price schedule, com complaint
plaint complaint may be made and the cost of
manufacture traced. .'
While it is possible to purchase a
shoe now for $3, under the new sched schedule
ule schedule the shoe at that price will be of a
higher grade.
Officials also said that it will be
possible to buy better quality shoes
throughout the three shoe classes at
less money ,han at present. Shoes
now retailing for as high as $20, they
said, will retail for the maximum
price of $12 and be of at least equal
quality.
Manufacturers, jobbers and retail retailers
ers retailers subscribe to the agreement, and
retailers will 'be required to sign a
pledge containing the new price scale
and display it in their shops. Failure
to do so will mean the cutting off of
supplies. The manufacturers pledge
provides for standards of quality at
the quoted prices.'
The cutting of the shoe price under
the new schedule will begin Oct." 15th
and first deliveries will be made with within
in within from thirty to six days after that
date.
Time is allowed retailers to dispose
of present stocks at present prices.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
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 Hadin, Pastor.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Go to Gerig's Drug Store and get
two cakes of Palm Olive Soap FREE.
Ask about it. tf

C N TAtlTIIIOPLE



OCALA EVENING STAB. FRDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1918

OCALA EVENING STAR

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New Yprk socialists have adopted
an election platform urging immed immediate
iate immediate peace by negotiation.
. BUY LIBERTY BONDS
The total number of American war
casualties is over 32,000. England
has : buried 950,000 soldiers and
France 1,250,000.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
The most precious metals in the
world, excluding radium, are now
iridium at $170 an ounce, palladium,
$130 and platinum $105. : Gold is $20.
- BUY LIBERTY BONDS
A' threatened strike of Cleveland
motormen and conductors because of
the employment of women conductors
was averted by a decision in the wom women's
en's women's favor by federal investigators.
- BUY LIBERTY BONDS
4 Wives of our officers captured by
Germans have been notified by the
war department that the pay of their
husbands must be cut ;o$ while they
are prisoners. Under ; international
law, their captors must pay, ;
r BUY" LIBERTY BONDS
London, Oct. 4. In levelling the
fortifications and depots at Durazzo
Wednesday, an Entente squadron, ac according
cording according to a Rome dispatch, destroy destroyed
ed destroyed much material for the Austrian
.army operating in Albania.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS ."
A patriotic Russo-American in
Washington, when asked to subscribe
for $100 worth of liberty bonds, sur surprised
prised surprised his solicitor by subscribing for
$10,000 and paying cash. He had only
been in this country twelve years. Go
thou and do likewise.

BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Major General J. Franklin Bell pro protested
tested protested against the conduct of a New
York judge in sentencing a convict to
enter the army. He says "the nation national
al national : army is composed of the best of
the nation and is not a refuge for
criminals."
: BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Astonishing reports of execution
done by American colored troops with
the bayonet come from France. Their
partiality for the razor as a weapon
makes them favor cold steel. The
German soldier fears them because of
- the report that our colored troops al al-ways
ways al-ways cut off their prisoners' ears!
- BUY LIBERTY BONDS
In this war period the east and the
north are restricting purchases, while
the south and the west are spending
more than ever before. Women have
increased their expenditures,! while
men are economizing. There are un unusually
usually unusually heavy sales of automobile and
bicycle supplies, pianos and organs,
v diamonds, watches and other, jewelry.
The well-to-do are not purchasing
luxuries, but those formerly unable
to obtain them are.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
... Twenty-one democrats and ten re republicans
publicans republicans voted against the woman's
suffrage amendment in the Senate
Tuesday Twenty-six democrats and
twenty-seven republicans voted in the
' affirmative.'- .'Both Florida : senators
voted against the amendment, and
the Star commends them for doing so.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
' In an address in England Food Ad Administrator
ministrator Administrator Hoover said : "I am hap happy
py happy to say that food supplies are as assured
sured assured for the period of the war, and I
do not think it necessary I to esti estimate
mate estimate for more than two years hence.
In less than two years the result will
be victory."
, BUY LIBERTY BONDS
We maintain that the use of shot shotguns
guns shotguns would not be permissible, in
fighting anything else but hell hounds
of Hundom. Tampa Tribune.
If such is your belief, you are go go-;
; go-; ing;back on your ancestors that is,
if you are an American. Shotguns
were used to a large extent by the
men who fought the British at Lex-,
ington and Bunker Hill; they were
also largely used by the South Caro Caro-r
r Caro-r linians and Georgians who followed

Marion and Sumter. The "buck -and
ball" cartridge a bullet and four
buckshot -was a part of the regula regulation
tion regulation ammunition of the United States
army until the breech-loading rifle
replaced the muzzle-loading musket.
They were considerably used in the
Confederate army also. Buckshot in
a small arm is the same as shrapnel
in a cannon, so why it is any more in

human than any other weapon of war

it would be difficult to prove.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
The Star hopes the Entente will
give the Bulgars terms that will
change them from enemies to allies.
It will be not only policy but justice
to do so. No matter what it has done
in this war, Bulgaria was badly treat treated
ed treated before. The Bulgars bore the
brunt of the first Balkan war. The
machinations of Germany and Aus Austria
tria Austria brought on the second war, in
which the Bulgars lost not only terri territory
tory territory which belonged to Greece and
Serbia, but that which they had taken

from Turkey. Then Rumania most

unjustifiably came in on their rear
and took from them the Dobrudja.

Bulgaria should be compelled to give

up Greek and Serbian territory, but

the Dobrudja should be restored to it,
and the Bulgars should be encouraged

and aided by the Allies to take Euro European
pean European territory down to the Chatalja
line. Then Greece should be given
Asia Minor from the Aegean to the
Black Sea, Constantinople be made a

f re port, Transylvania should go to

Rumania and Jugo-Slav territories
concentrated in Serbia, and the Bal

kan question would be settled.

BUY LIBERTY BONDS
To meet the wants of the railroads,

when government control was estab

lished, a large number of cars and lo

comotives were ordered. It was

planned to pay for these and to allo

cate them among the railroads on a
rental basis. Some railroads now
complain that they have been assign assigned
ed assigned more rolling stock than they can

use and more than they acre to

finance.

BUY LIBERTY BONDS-
We have received from our good
friend, Superintendent Brinson, f an another
other another fierce blast on our ignorance
and prejudice in opposing the ten ten-mill
mill ten-mill amendment. We will print the
same, with comments, early next

week. Mr. Brinson is becoming really

worried over the matter, which we are
sorry to see, as he is an old chum of
ours, and we are solicitous of his

health. vvH n';v. '':-.r::

4- BUY LIBERTY BONDS r-
Yesterday's report that the liberty
loan was half a billion dollars behind
schedule was not? encouraging. We
are afraid that things are going too
well with our people that they need
the stimulus of a stinging ' defeat;
They will inflict the defeat on them themselves
selves themselves if they do not oversubscribe
the loan. Do your part at once to toward
ward toward preventing such a catastrophe.
" BUY LIBERTY BONDS
. A GermanU-bdat sailor, interned in
the United States received a letter
from his wife saying that she was
praying that her husband would not
be eaten by Indians or hanged by
cowboys with lasso ropes. She said :
"If they should wish to scalp you, you
should first make appeal to the king
of America. Is he also an Indian?
v BUY LIBERTY BONDS ;
For the four years of the war our
foreign trade reached over $29,000, $29,000,-000,000,
000,000, $29,000,-000,000, as against $16,000,000,000 in
the immediately preceding four years.
Our imports jumped from $6,687,000, $6,687,000,-0000
0000 $6,687,000,-0000 to $9,558,000,000, and our ex exports
ports exports from $9,000,000,00 to $19,674, $19,674,-000,000.
000,000. $19,674,-000,000. . v v
, BUY LIBERTY BONDS
If the people of this country carry
out the taxation scheme so kindly ar arranged
ranged arranged for them by the "educational
autocracy," their children will have
better schoolhouseSjthan homes, more
education than eats and more books
than bread. ';".::u
- BUY LIBERTY BONDS
FLORIDA BOYS ON THE TAMPA

The sinking of the American war
yessel, the Tampa, 'in the English
channel, with all on board, brings the
war close to our state, as the Tampa
not only cruised" along our coasts,-but
had a number of Florida boys on
board! f ' ;
Following is the list of Tampa men
missing, according to the Times:
Louis F. Vaughan, 18, son of J. F.
Vaughan, superintendent of Peninsu Peninsular
lar Peninsular Teelphone Co.
Lednard R. Bozeman, 24, son of T.
E. Bozeman.
"Homer and Wamboldt Sumner, sons
of Mrs. Frank Brummer. (These two
boys are Jbrothers of Mabry Sumner
and "Mrs. Charles Goddard, both well
known in Ocala).
William Bozeman, son of W. A.
Bozeman. .
4 Fred and Percy Mansfield, sons of
J. O. Mansfield.
Robert Roberson. Mother lives in
Savannah, formerly lived here.
John Tally, Oakhurst.
Algie Bevins and A K.. Bevins.
Earl Dell, Dover,
Charlie Galviri, son : of Mrs. D. J.
Galvin.
Walter Cornell, son of Mrs. Mary
Cornell.'
Cecil Emerson, son of Mrs. Emer Emerson.
son. Emerson. ; ? .. ", r
Robert Norwood, parents now in
Texas. r r; ',-'..) ..
Edward Ryals.
Will Holland, colored, son of Eliza Elizabeth
beth Elizabeth Holland. -
Jimmy Ross, son of Joe Jetty vRoss.
Two St. Petersburg Boys
S St. Petersburg, Oct. 3.Two boys
from this city, Paul Webb and Harold
Myers, were on the Tampa. Their

parents have been notified of the fact
that they are missing.
Other Names
Following are the other Florida
boys lost on the ship:
F. G. Peppell of Quay; W. H. Rey Reynolds,
nolds, Reynolds, Sanderson; Angus N." McCIean,
of Sneads; R. L. Agee, of Fort Laud Lauderdale;
erdale; Lauderdale; W. L. Fulton, J. J. Adams,
Perry Roberts, W. Weech, H. L.
Evans, Eugene Johnson, C. H. Thomp Thompson
son Thompson ,of Key West, and, B. B. Lane, of
Lakeland.
BUY LIBEIrTT BONDS
IT MIGHT HAVE
HAPPENED IN AMERICA

In a little wood of Belgian saplings
ashort ;walk from Malines there is a
discolored spot of ground, where a
house burned down. This is what
happened there:
A German patrol six men and one
officer with forty civilian prisoners
was marching by. The officer stop stopped,
ped, stopped, for heaven knows whfft, perhaps
a drink of water ,and knocked at the
door. Nobody came. He ordered the
men to break it in. The peasant ap appeared
peared appeared and they shot him at once for
not coming quickly. Then, says the
Bryce report (page 51): "The wife
came out with a little suckling child.
She put the child down and sprang at
the Germans like a lioness. She
clawed their faces." This was great
provocation, to be sure. Besides, forty
Belgian prisoners were looking on.
One soldier killed the woman by a
tremendous blow with the butt of his
rifle oh her head. Another transfixed
the child with his bayonet i and held it
up for the forty to see. "Its little
arms," reads the testimony, "stretch "stretched
ed "stretched out once or twice." Straw was
brought, the house was fired, the
bodies were cast into the flames, and
the officer said: "This is a lesson and
example to you. When a German
tells you to do something you must
do it quickly."
What will you give today to avenge
the leonine Belgian woman?
Buy Liberty Bonds.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
AN OLD CRACKER'S
OPINION OF THE
NEW AMENDMENT
Editor Star: It makes an old
cracker sit up and laugh to see Super Superintendent
intendent Superintendent Brinson strive so hard to
induce the average voter to ratify at
the polls the ten-mill school tax
amendment to the constitution.
The free school system" was inaug inaugurated
urated inaugurated to give an elementary educa education
tion education to the poor; that is, to teach the
children to spell and read and write
and cipher in the primary parts of
arithmetic, but alas, the poor have
partially been forgotten in their pri primary
mary primary education and the taxes have
been increased and the money piled
up in the centers of population and
the wise j and wealthy have devised
ways and means to lobby around the
legislature and have laws passed that
wil not allow any one to teach school
who can not answer a certain per
cent of catch questions, many of
which are never taught in the com common
mon common schools, and many who answer
the required per centage of the ques questions
tions questions and qualify are of tender age
and never did anything but go s to
school at ; the expense of the public
from the age of six to sixteen and
therefore can not teach the little
country cracker anything but what
they see in the .' books. ,. Again the
lobbying process has brought forth
law that required the school teachers
to teach only six hours a day, includ including
ing including recess and lunch, only five days
per week and only twenty days per
month; only thirty hours per week or
one hundred and twenty hours per
month. .
The average country fellow who
can not dodge his taxes and who has
to .pay most of the freight, has to
work at least ten hours per day, six
days in the week and twenty-six days
in the month, or sixty hours per week
or 260 hours per month,against the
school teacher's thirty hours per
week or 120, hours per month, and yet
they cry for "more money," and I be believe
lieve believe the cry from a certain source
would continue "more money." if the
amendment called for twenty instead
of ten mills.
Tfte country schools are woefully
neglected. The houses are given over
to the bats and owls and the teachers
have gone for big salaries from the
war department, to do clerical work.
With some exceptions only the teach teachers
ers teachers in the centers of population who
draw good salaries are now engaged
and the taxpayer, who unfortunately
resides out in the sparsely settled sec sections
tions sections of the county, has to raise his
children in ignorance or undergo a
heavy expense to board ,them in the
populated centers or send them in
automobiles several miles to school.
All this in additiorf to his taxes, and
yet the cry is "give us more money."
r Mr. Editor, the war is on us with
all its additional expenses; it is our
patriotic duty to meet these expenses.
My advice is to help win the war and
care for our soldier boys with our
money and by all means vote against
the 10-mill amendment to our state
constitution. Yours till next time,
Cracker.

BUY LIBERTY BONDS
NOTICE

Fellowship, Cemetery Cleaning
Everybody invited to come out to
Fellowship Wednesday, Oct. 9th, to
help clean off the cemetery. If you
are interested be on hand early with
some tools to work with.
Respectfully, S. J. McCuIlv.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Girl wanted at once at Music store.

WAR MEHC

The War Relics train of ffiie Foisf2Qii Eitoeiray
Loan will stop at Gllra on ffiie eveMEU 1 Sat Saturday,
urday, Saturday, Octotoer SAIL Tfee (train wM open Iter
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 subject of UbcrtyJLcczis. Let us all ct
together and turn out with zl bifj crowd.
THE COMMERCIAL BANK-
,THE OCALA NATIONAL DANK
TIIE MUNROE Cl CHAMDUSS NATIONAL DANK

: YOU CALL A DOCTOR :
Because

HE IS A GOOD DOCTOR

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: COURT PHARMACY
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3 DR. K. J WEfflE

OPTOMETRIST
AND OPTICIAN

Don't neglect the most valuable
sense organ you possess and which
controls your every action.
(With Welhe Co.. ?eweier) s
Phone 25 South Side of Square
OCALA.' FLORIDA

; 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

, DON'T FORGET THE EXTRA
SHOES AND TUBES y.
for your car. .Accidents will happen
to the best of tires and you should be
prepared for them. Better stop in and
look over our auto supply exhibit.
You may be reminded of some need,
which you have overlooked.
GOODRICH TIRES BEST IN
. LONG RUN
DIAICCK KIOTCERS
VULCANIZING
PHONE 78 107 OKLAWAHA

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2 Rounded Teaspoonfuls
2 Rounded Teaspoonfuls
LUNCHEON
1 Rounded Teaspoonful

Other Dish 1. Rounded Teaspoonful
Making 7 rounded teaspoonfuls a
day; or over 4 pounds a month.

Fruit
Cereal
Coffee
Tea

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.

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By DR. FRANK CRANE

America io coming of age.
The nation's hundred years of democracy have been but the
preparation for its manhood ( r
It is a cheap jibe to ray that America w
war. It has had the mightiest preparation in; tlxs history of
nations. For, over a century Destiny has been preparing in this
Ner7,World a spirit of triumphant Democracy Such a spirit
cannot .be made. It must be groT7n, inbred.
Oh this Western Continent Destiny has been training the
youn Galahad for the rescue of the world
Nature has an antidote for every poison.
American Demccracy lo tine Asatic3o4e fcr
Gemion AiEtccmcy

TXvry one of our wars ho been for the
same purpose: to liberate the common man.
The Revolution of 1776 wes to cet the
pririlejed dssa of Ensland off the hacks ci
the American Colonists who t7ere redeem redeem-inj
inj redeem-inj this wflderness. ;
V' The War of 1812 was to rescue Ameri Ameri-caa
caa Ameri-caa seamen from oppression.' v
The Mexican War was to liberate the
settlers of Texas from the' whimsy cruelty
of Mexico.
The Spanish War was tt save the people
of Cuba from the tyranny cf the Spsnfsb
Goremment.
Every time ocr army cad navy have
gone forth it has been to clean up come
filthy autocracy.
But an of our wan have been but a prep preparation
aration preparation for our present task. We did not
realize it. No man foresees bis destiny, no
nation foresees its mission. Yet the hSt of
every nation, as of every man, ia a plan of
God.,: :--
God has been piling up riches on this
continent until we are the 'wealthiest

nation in the world. Hehasbeenchirpen Hehasbeenchirpen-ing
ing Hehasbeenchirpen-ing our inventive ckill end our business
ability. Our training has been intensive.
flow God : cays. "Axncriz you are
ccrne cf esre. All 1 have dona tor you U
to prepare you for, the present conflict,
for your real work. Go forth and make
the world a decent place to live ia."
At this time every son of America is
eaCsd upon to do his utmost. The
slacker b a traitor. ;
We are sending men across the ocean,
men who are physically and mentally the
pick of the world, an incomparable army.
Del the mca at heme must back them up.
It ia as much our solemn duty to put
our money into the Fourth Liberty Loan
.as it is the duty of the soldier to stand firm
at bis post ia battle.
The Fourth Liberty Loan is to be our
supreme effort. God helping us, we shall
not be found wanting. Let us subscribe
all we can, and a little morel
America, Civilization, Democracy
Humanity, expect every man to do his duty

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Don't Hedge Buy Fourth Liberty Loan Eostde
to Your Absolute Limit

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OCALA EVENING STAB, FRDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1918

GOOD THINGS TO EAT
tlrs. Kidd's Pin-Money PicWes
Heinz Sweet Mustard Pickles
Deiaz Mushroom Ketchup
nt.. 1V.1f.nl VAtithnn

UKU1L liaiuut utauup
Eeinz Beefsteak Sauce
Welch Grape Juice, pints & qts.
Clicquot Ginger Ale
Loganberry Juice

Grapefruit Juice
Apple Juice

Pcnpeian Olive Russian Sauce
Cowards Salad Dressing
Darkee Salad Dressing
; Premier Salad Dressing
Royal Tarter Saace
Sandwich Olives
Ripe Olives
GRCCEIIY-

phone 16 and 174

ocau ni mm
If You Have An j Nwsfor thfa De Department,
partment, Department, Call Fire Double-One
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" A Prayer, for Our Boys
Father,' protect our boys in brown,
Who march from hamlet, field and
town, V
Each one a replica of thee,
Each bears a cross of Calvary.

Be with them on the bloody field;
Be thou their armor and their shield,
Whisper to those so sorely tried

Hold firm thy comrade stands De De-side."
side." De-side." :

When far from friends and mother

Be with them there-4e with them

' ; there,
Nn PTpater love hath man than this."

Be unto them the love they miss.

Father, behold howi straight they
stand,;
These boys of our beloved land.

Oh, bring them safely nome agam,
This is our fervent prayer Amen!

, Anna a. Ayers.

05DER 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. ;
The St. George Co., Inc.
- f St. George "On the Gulf,"
I APALACHICOLA, FLA.

FRESH
FALL SEED

NOW IN

Beans
Irish Potatoes
Onion Sets ;
GzzCzn Peas
All Kinds of
.Small Seeds

PSAIA SEED STORE :
Ocala, Florida, :

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lir;")E0TAUERS and EMDAlIERS

PHONES 47. 104. 305
OCALA, FLORIDA

Save Pits and Shells 1

The followine notice Has been re

ceived by Mr. W. H. Cassels, chair chairman
man chairman of the Junior Red Cross for Mar Marion
ion Marion county: c

Onlv the best eas masks will save

our boys from painful death and these

masks cannot be made without good
charcoal. The necessary charcoal
can be made from the pits and shells
named below:

Peach stones.'
Prune pits.. .
: Plum pits.
- Apricot pits. 4
Olive pits.
Cherry pits.
Date seeds,
Brazil nut shells.
Hickory nut shells.
Butternut shells.
Before depositing these pits and

shells they, should be thoroughly dried
in an oven or in the pun, and under no
circumstances deposit any other pits

or shells. A few peach stones may

save a soldier's life save yours and
help make masks.
Quantities of these nuts can be

collected by the children of the conn

ty, and parents and teachers are urg urged
ed urged to encouraee the children in the

work. The nuts and seed may- be left

at the board of trade rooms, where

Mr. Cassels. who will act as chairman

of the nut committee, vwilj take lefearge
of them. YvV: "; rXW-i':--1 .:

Anv natrons or teachers wishing

information in regard to Junior Eed
Cross work may write to Mr. Cassels

or to the" secretary, and information

will be civen. At meeting- of the

teachers of the county will oe cauea

soon and the work fully explained. ;

Secretary Junior Red Cross.
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Women Express Thanks

The committee on arrangements

wishes to express sincere thanks i to

the members of the band' who so pat

riotically responded to their request

to play at the open air meeting last

night, which Mas preventea ny .me
downpour ofrain.

,
. ; .. Notice'
There will be an officers and teach teachers
ers teachers meeting at the Methodist church
this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
Mrs. Clyatt, Secretary.

neighborhood, is attending the high

school here and making her home

with Mrs. X. W. Davis on Oklawaha
avenue.

9
Important Notice

The Red Cross is calling for nurses

for the men in the camps who are af-i

flicted with influenza, which is raging

aming them. A telegram was receiv

ed this mornine from Red Cross head-

auarters in Atlanta by Mrs. Emily

Greenasking for any one in Ocala or

Marion county who has had exper

ience in nursiner. who will volunteer

to give themselves to this work, to

report. Those able to do this please;
report at once to Mrs. Emily Green,

605 Oklawaha avenue.

; Mr. and Mrs. William Hocker and
children went to Leesburg today for

a week-end visit with Mr. and Mrs.

E. H. Mote and other relatives, and

also to have the pleasure of again
hearing Mrs. Varney's address, which

she expects to give ,. in LeesBurg to tonight.
night. tonight. -.
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Mr. and Mrs. Clem Purvis have

taken rooms at the Arms House for

the winter.'

FRANK

"The Fashion Center"

Mrs. J. Vann and Mrs. Gaston, of

Dunnellon were visitors in the city

yesterday.

LIFE

FIRE

A. E. GERIG
INSURANCE
Ocala, Florida
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ACCIDENT AUTOMOBILE

(Concluded on Fourth Page)

UNCLASSIFIED

RATES: eix line maximum, one

time 25a; three times 60c; six times

75c; one month S3. Payable In advance.

WANTED, LOST, FOUND. FOR

SALE, FOR BENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS

LOST Tuesday night, auto crank

for Buick; lost between courthouse

square and three-mue posi on ljase
Weir road.. Finder please notify the

Star. 2-2t

LOSTAiredale puppy, male: an

swers 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-

ine: 50 acres or more, will make a

three-year contract. J. G. McNeely,

Fairfield, Fla. 30-6t

FOR RENT Rooms furnished for

liflrht housekeeniner: also single fur

nished room. Phone 242, Mrs. A. M.

Perry. Z4-tf'

FOR RENT Immediate possession,

residence -on Fort King avenue for

merly occupied by Mr. Hetrick. Ap

ply to Mrs. McDowell, next door

east. 9-9-tf

FOR RENT A five-room cottage,
close in. good location, all modern

conveniences, .very close to primary

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

SWAYS AT j

mmn spring i

(7heCMavc!:a Valley Rail- ;

: road will make a round

drip toSilvcrSpriags every

jScay czlil Inrther notice.
i ROUND TRIP 30 CENTS
: LLv.Ccala..--------2 p.m. I
iiv. Spring. ---4:30 p. el :

LA17ADA VALLEY
RAILROAD CO.

Mrs. W. B. Steel arid children,
Louise and Leitner; who, have been
spending a short while with Mrs.
Steel's brother, Mr. McKay and fam family'
ily' family' at Morriston, returned to Ocala

todav and are aeam cruests of Mrs

Steel's brother-in-law and sister Mr.

and Mrs. E. A: Osborne, before re

turning to their home in North Caro

lina.

The many voune friends of Miss

Theo Beckham are eiving ; her. a

warm welcome on her arrival this aft

ernoon from an extended visit to dif

ferent points in Virffinia. Miss Beck

ham is a girl who abhors ; idleness,

and expects to enter tne world 01 ous-

iness activity this winter, in which

we predict for her a successful career.

The heart of another devoted moth

er was made 'glad yesterday on the

receipt of a card from her son, Lynn

Leitner giving the information tnat
he has reached France in safety. We
trust that the fate of the gods will be

most kind and that we may at some
future date chronicle the fact of his

safe arrival in America again.
m m m

Mr. Willard Steel, the bright young

nephew ol Mrs. E. A. Osborne, comes

from a long line of men who stand
like the rock of Gibraltar for tem

perance. Hef is the namesake of

Frances E. Willard, ; the foremost

temperance worker of the world, .and

he expects to uphold the name by his

own example.

No matter where situated on un

der what circumstances he may be
placed. Edward Green is never too

bus v to write to his mother, and she

was made happy by receiving a letter

from "somewhere in France," saying

he was emovme a half ; holiday and

was using it to ; write home that he

was "all right."

L ALEXANDER
PRACTICAL CARPENTER
AND BUILDER V

Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Gives More and' Better
Work for the Money than any other

ROOMS FOR RENT At the Dormi Dormi-torv:
torv: Dormi-torv: furnished or unfurnished tor

light housekeeping. "Half price to
over night lodgers4 Hot and cold wa

ter. Koome large and airy; oesi venu venu-lated
lated venu-lated in r town at lowest; prices. Par-

Tits. nAv ia the time to arranee for

residence, 703 S. Pond St., or phone
305.' Mrs. C. V. Roberts, new niat-

ron. ' eod

DRESSMAKING Mrs. S. C. M.
Thomas, 103 Watula street. tf

NOTICE TO REGISTRANTS

The leeal advisory board will hold

its meetings' in the jury room of the

nostoffice buildine each day until tne

work is completed, except national

holidays .arid Sundays, from 9 a. m.

until noon, and from 2 p. m. until

5:30 p. ; m to render assistance to

registrants in making out their ques

tionnaires. It is especially urged tnat

registrants needing assistance snouid
carefully study their questionnaires

before coming for aid, and that theyj

be fully prepared with all data to en

able them to answer the questions in

telligently and speedily, uy comply

ing with this recrue8t the work can oe

expeditiously performed without the
consumption of unnecessary time. Do

not ask for assistance unless needed.

Legal Advisory Board,

By R. Ai Burford, Chairman.
BUT LIBERTY BONDS

We Are Raying
(EJOTFTTOIM

Acd Pay the Highest
CASH PRICE
Sr.HTa & PILANS

A I Srill II I. II 1 1. Mil 1,11-

OCALA, FLORIDA.

Mr. C. C. Bailey arrived in the city

from Texas yesterday afternoon and

will spend a few days her with Mrs.
Bailey. Before returning to Texas, he

will go to Tampa on a Business -trip.

Miss Marie Mathews, a charming

Have Your
HEMSTITCHING
AND
PICOT EDGE WORK
Done at

THE HEMSTITICHER"

Ocala, Florida

Between Peyser's Store and the Har

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JHIS DISPLAY- of Fall and Winter Suits, appealing
- alike to your tastes and your purse, is by all odds
one of the most interesting we have yet offered. The
most charming of ;
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Are here, f he very best of materials were used in
their making, and they were made ly expert tailors.
Suits like the ones we are now showing are sure to
be popular this season, especially when their prices
are so affordable. The scope of sizes in .this line as as-'
' as-' sures everyone a perfect, fit.

Prices From

$16.50 to $

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Interesting Display of Warm Gozy Coats!

VOU MUST ADMIT that these Smart Coats are
worthy of the most flattering admiration they,
are given daily by the ; ladies who know. : The
assortment includes manyr
Extremely Popular Materials
Among them the fashionable silvertones, which pre
so very attractive, and for that reason; perhaps, so
scarce. These coats will go far towards maintaining
the reputation that the women of Ocala and Marion
county have always had of being well 'and smartly
attired on all occasions. r-
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Prices From

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; NOTICES OF MASTER'S SAIB
Notice Is hereby given tlrat under
and toy virtue of a final decree of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure entered In (that certain cause
pending In the circuit court of Marion
county, in chancery, in which, t. A.
Lytle as administrator of -the estate of
Frank Lytle, deceased, is complainant
and D. W. Davis is defendant, of date
cir..mw K-th 1918. T. th mdersn?n-

ed special master In chancery, appolnt-
Ktt aaiA rfntrt n AtMUtft the lFO-

visions of said decree, shall offer for
sale and sell to the highest and tbesx
Mifil.. fnioajth. t-n front of the SOUth

!door of Marion county court house. In

Ocala, Florida, on

"between the hours of 11 a'clock a. n.
and 2 o'clock p. m.. the lands situated
In XToT-trvT. .nnntT Vlorlda. ffiOTO OaT"

MA .WM m .

Lot fourteen (14) of Caldwell's ad-
,Aiivn tn ricoli Vlnrlda. on wnlcfi S

located the residence of the mortgagor

(D. Wi Davis), otherwise M"w" -7"

tion; or so much thereof as may

necessary to sausry saia nni
. mar a TvrN

and costs or sail. su. a.
Special Master.

D. NIEI FERGUSON,
Complainant's Solicitor. f--m

vnrrrr. nip CATFHJH

, DIPPWG BLBOTIOil

general election to be uJf2rfZ
Ith, 1918. there will .be submitted to

tion of whether compulsory systemauo
i ...i.otlnn snrk or COnXDUJSOxT

dipping of cattle shall be afj"

Marlon county, nuriu.

Laws of Florida, approved June ttn.

1917.'
nAn. Viv ayIai nf 4h board of county

commissioners or eaia couniy.

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559 Students from 25 Florida Coun Counties
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including Summer School and Short
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Write at once lor Catalog.

contractor in the city.

young lady from the Flemington

rington Hall Lunch Room

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OCALA EVENING STAB. FRDAY, OCTOBER 4, 1918

ID

MRS. VARNEY'S LECTURE

Owing to the rain only a few peo

ple were in attendance upon the lec-

Mr. and Mrs. T. M. Kil gore left this v,.u ioax w

afternoon for Leesburg. Mr. Kilgore there wererichly awarded for
will pass thru Ocala tomorrow at braving the weather. The speaker,
4:15, on the limited, on his way to hag on two former, occasions

KHJ HAL AH

(Continued from Third Page)

Ragsdale-EMridge
The marriage is announced of Miss

Atlanta, aiuT a number of his Ocala charmed Ocala audiences, 'spoke last Marie Eldridge of Pine to Mr. Reg-

night with great force on a variety ma"1 Kagsoaie oi vrianao, utu

of topics connected with the war, liyis

such war-prohibition, the fourth ine weaaing was emg., H

and was solemnized weanesaay ec

friends will be at the union station

to tell him goodbye.
BUY LJ BERTY BONDS
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and

liberty loan and French war orphans.

re,8DecialUt Eye, Ear, Nose and Mrs Varney is esneciallv forceful in ning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G.

inroat, Law Library Building, OaUa, depicting he evil of the liqoor traf D. Turner of Pine. Rev Martin per
florid. ; O la u : : I formed the ceremony, which was wit

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fice and her plea. for its destruction.

She-

tmntaA last ino-Vi a t,tt,w nf nessed by the relatives and intimate

Sunday trains to Silver Springs r.4,n fWi;a w u o friends of the couple. .The .living

. uu w.ii w uiuhwuuu axx their appmion that the present Ger- room, wnere ine ceremony mu Vu,
October 6th until the early spring. nrAo k.w was simply but effectively decorated

This special tram has been the means talized and degenerating. Certainly for the occasion. The bride was very
of many people siting the springs the brutalities with which the Ger charming in a traveling suit or blue
Sunday during the past few weeks mai s have d the war ex with accessories to match. Her flow-
who would otherwise have beenun- plaHable Cn this basis. Quoting the ers were an arm bouquet of bride
able to get there on account of the 9dth Paa1 tllA BrtMw nrmliiv? it f roses.

gasolene enervation order the United States, and said that our The bride was attended by Miss
fZl J Vnr nation must have "clean hands and a Helen Rawls of this county, was was
AMty-cent purchase of Palm Olive pure heart order properly ful- daintily attired. The best man was
toilet requisites ut Gerigs' Drug fin th jA.xin -hii.h nn iT,.Ws nrov. Mr. Ryals of Pine. ;

Store, entitles you to two cakes of ia nn c ah Mrs. Raesdale is

Palm Olrye Soap FREE. the people must be solidly behind the young woman and has a wide circle
BUY liberty xONDS nroa ,11 of friends who will wish her a long

Mr. Reuben Blalock of Jacksonville, needed ad resisting all insidious and happy life. She has been acting

w penumK xew uay in uie city. Dro.German Dronacandism that ; mav as tne Stars corresponaem, rmc

He will go to High Springs for a visit Ua oUn. RTwi rtf e, for some time,

before returning home. the latter' which she had encountered Mr. Ragsdale is a brother of Mrs.

vr BXBERrrY bonds and of the need of every patriotic Walter Marsh and the happy couple

x o .uuBwi-utes nu do 4ueiy in our American being thoroughly awake spent tne nigni wim mr. ana

prew:riouon wo. iet us serre you. and alive to the situation. The Amer-Parsn weonesaay, going on lu vri

u. U. ureen & uo., pnone 4Z4. tr
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A nice lot of Salt Water Fish just
in at Main Street Market. Phone 108.
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Beginning Mosflay, teltar 7HEi
And Conlinolno Foir Several Wcelis
The Greatest Mercliandisto Eveliitt
Of Half-A-Centory

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ican neoule must be willinc to ?ive all lando, wnere tney are ine guesws vx

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fni- vnrlH.frpoHnm if nppd )v 1 Mr. Kagsaaie's motner,

TV. i. v,u l Mr. and Mrs. waiter marsn ana

i r-i i.iii r ww v ill tiniiri i.iirr

the. Wai w r T IT Mrs. uryce ana aaugnters

whir, ftro-flniraf ion vpstrdav dMidpd guests from Ocaal attending the wed-

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its prescripuon aepanmem. ; Xivery nivi.t the A cinb." comTMaed fl

prtacnpuua is careiuiiy compouuueu number of VOUne women in the City. Announcement.

!,!!,J&TyT p5ywn? decided to adopt an orphan also. An The Ladies' Aid Society of the
SUBSTITOTIONallowed. Phone 284. offering taken last night which Presbyterain church wll meet at the

u xx xVio- amounted to about S10 will he atmlied church Monday afternoon at three

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air. oerasru xvoonce alter repeat- to auTmortinB- a war ornhan. S?mce o'clock.

ediy trying to get into tne service, :t nnlv if) cpnts a dav. or

has at last had his wishes gratified, $350 a year it ia thought that & Last year in tiie Alachua county

ana is:io Become a seaman, navmg number of these unfortunate children fair booth at the State Fair, among

enlisted for lour years. He leaves might be taken care -of by Ocala other products of the county was a
this afternoon on the Seaboard for npnnip thpv onlv know what a beautiful vouner ladv and we surmise

Charleston, taking with him the pray- great service it is. No more effectu- that her presence had considerable to

ers anagooa wisnes 03 a host; 01 aa- al help can be given to France than do with Alachua county carrying off

miring inenas mrougnoui me siate.. to heln her in her neriod of recon- the first nrize. It has been suggest-

BUYLIBERTT bonds Utruction by caring for those who ed that Marion county should have in

Prompt delivery of prescriptions is have heen cruelly hereaved hv war. I its booth this vear at the State Fair

the watchowrd here. Tell your physic- jt js an investment in human life two pairs of twins, namely: the Mef Mef-ian
ian Mef-ian to leave them with us. We allow which will rav enormous dividends, fert twins and Dr. S. H. Blitch's

nd substitution. The Court Pharmacy, Mrs. Varnev ure-ed everv voter to I Errand-children. Leon and Leone Fant.

rnone &k. t tl I vot.p -; for fh Florida nfohihit.ion I Wa actm that this would be some

BUY LIBERTY BONDS amendment in November, and to sun- thine worth while, if the idea could

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ljet us supply your xuiii ah- nort men .for the legislature who be carried out.

TIULES. Our line 1 complete, ana would vote for the national prohibi-

tne prices Always reasonaDie. ine tion amendments In the conduct of At a special meeting of Ocala
Court Pharmacy Phone 284. A: tf the work of world-reconstruction ChaDter No. 29. O. E. S., yesterday

-eui wox x jkuiisb which will soon be unon us we need to afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kil

A nice lot of Salt Water Fish just have a sober nation for the clear core received the deerree "of the order.

in at Main Street Market.: Phone 108. thinking -and heavy labor that it will This meeting was called especially to

x xx,xfcx x reauire. The action of Congress in confer degrees upon tms cnarmmg

A nice lot of ;Salt Water Fish just Duttincr the nation on a orohibition coudIc Mr. Kileore, who is a naval

in at Main Street Market. Phone 108. basis during the war and until the recruiting officer, has been called and

uui xx demobilization of the armv. she de- leaves Ocala much to the regret of all

RED CROSS WAR FUND nlarpd. had madp a Tvrofmind imnres-1 who know him and 'his wife. Mrs.

. I sion iinon flreat Britain. wIipto t.h I Kilerore will SDend the winter in

Your attention is directed to your h;auor interests have a much deener Leesburg and the Ocala chapter an

patriotic pledge to the Red Cross War hold upon, the life and finances of the J ticipates the pleasure of having her

una. The last payment is aue ana kingdom than in the United ; States, here frequently.

vujmuK f wciwucr xbi, xviuuijr 8itc it outlawing forever the liauoi traf-

this your prompt attention if you fic the United States is not' onlv se- To the people who attended the

hare not already done so, in order curing her own sobriety, but will aid Temple yesterday, it seemed like
that we can report all your pledges powerfully in making the whole world Mary Pickford was born to fit the
one hundred percent paid. sober. 4 character of "Mliss," Bret Harte's

Red Cross Finance Committee. I Todav we must .think in world-1 harum-scarum heroine. It is one of

BUY LIBERTY BONDS ; tPrimc!. w mm nnvor hp wp hnvp I the f ew times when a famous book is

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...w..-. uen. we snail oe compeueu w gel nuctcsBiuujr pttuiwcu. moi, ux6uv
This is to notify the creditors of the 1 0ut of our provincialism and selfish-1 and clever couple, Jack Pickford and

Louise Huff will present the entirely
clever story of "Jack and Jill" this

evening; also, there will be the Pathe
News. '

Miss Gertrude Robinson, a gradu

F IJ I C IHI (G TF .T

IN APPRECIATION oi the many friends and customers,
some of whom have come to the "The Store Accommodate
lnjf'Ior fifty years, who have made the past hall century,
years of rapidly increasing business, wc propose to malic
our Golden Anniversary so remarkable for values offered,
that it will long be rememberd throughout Florida and
Southern Georgia. Those who seize this opportunity to
purchase Winter apparel and complete all Holiday gilt
' buying, as well as those who buy for immediate use will
ffnd that dollars invested during this sale will bring the
biggest Idnd of returns in actual savings.
Every Family iri FIonMa cind goettHneFim Eeoirjiia
will want to attend. MaEse it a pIlecseFe trip.
Come WittIi: M
If you attend the first day, October 7th, you can combine
pleasure and profit, Ringing Dros. Circus and our Great Sale.

Style Hat Shop that I have purchased ness and live for the whole world.

the interest of my partner. Laura N.

Luckie,- and am assuming all indebt

edness of the Style Hat Shop.
Bena Smith.

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LINEN DRIVE FOR FRANCE

The Red Cross commissioner for
France has cabled that the Hospitals

notice of master's s.ule 0f- France are in urgent need of the ate of the Blodgett Memorial Hospi-

Notice ia hereby given that under following supplies, viz: 1,250,000 bath taLof Grand Rapids, Mich., a trained
and by virtu of a anal decree of fare- towels; 2,500,000 hand towels; 1,750,- nurse of wide experience, who comes
nfhclruuoS 000 handkerchiefs; 125,000 napkins, highly recommended, has arrived in

county, Florida, in chancery, in which and a large number of sheets, either I Qfcala and is making her home with
Ttl1 'LftlSfSKSS! bleached or unbleached muslin, with Mrs. George L. Taylor, on Watula

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ant, and Samuel iuKes 13 aeienoani, 1 a, iwo-incn nem ai ine top ana a one-1 street.

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.

r Beginning Sept. 30th and continu

ing for one week there will be a "lin

en shower" all over the country to j terday.

secure these articles. Each family m

Ocala and Marion county is asked to I Mrs. DeWitt Griffin is home from a

give one of these articles or a' set of I pleasant visit to relatives in Tampa.

articles from their reserve stock, and I ; v

Mrs. D. E." Mclver is somewhat

south 280 yards, thence West- i40ltion'Of the "source of sunnly. large I better today.

qantie, o nsefclgifts U-l botertt bonds

may be necessary to satisfy said final I curea ior tne Kea uross woric mar-1 xJJ&milkaax.wu rixAixi

AT THE COUNTY FAIR

of date October 4th, 19 18, the under

Biffned special -master in chancery, ap appointed
pointed appointed ny the -said court to execute
the provisions of said decree, shaU of offer
fer offer for sale and. sell to the highest and
best bidder for cash in front of the
south door of iMarion county court
house in Ocala,' Florida, on r

between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m., .the lands situate
In Marion county, Florida, more par particularly
ticularly particularly described as follows, to-wit:
Beginning at the NW corner 4of the
SWA of Section 9, Township 17 South,
Kanse 23 'East, running thence East
210 yards, thence South 1154 yards,
thence West 210 yards, thence North
1154 yards to point of beginning', con containing
taining containing 5 acres, mora or less; and also
beginning' JlSVi yards south of the
NW corner of -the SW of Section 9,

Township 17 esoutn, jange z jk,, run- 1 :n xv:, withnnt mntprinl rodnc.
wing thence East 140 yards, thence 1 in znvt way wlinou r111 reauc-.

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It is regretted that the entire

i household at the home of Mr. and

Mrs. L. H. Pillans, including five
members of the family, are ill with

lagrippe.

The many friends of Mrs. Tom Pas

teur, who has been very ill for weeks,
were glad to see her out again yes-

decree and costs of suit.

-I). NIEI FERGUSON,
- Special Master.
I W. DUVAJU
Complainant's Solicitor. 10-4-fri

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JACKSONVILLE

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preservation, so tender and white and

delicious in flavor. We have always
grown an abundance of cabbage in

Marion county, but we have not al

ways had a good market for them,
and since every one does not care for
Victory cabbage (usually called saner
kraut) it would be a wonderful sav saving
ing saving of food stuff to conserve cabbaga
in this way.

Since coming home from the col

lege, it has occurred to me that a
drying demonstration of this kind
would be a splendid feature for our
county fair, and have written several
letters to the office in regard to it. I

am delighted to state my request has

been granted and we are to have the
college drying machine, with Miss
Griffin of the extension department in
charge of the demonstrations.

We are also planning to have a

special exhibit of dairy products with

demonstrator in charge, another

6ne of the college experts.. Miss Mae
Moore. We feel that the dairy work

is one of utmost importance and such

demonstrations would be of special
interest to the, people of our county.

The fair association has given to us

a splendid location for our exhibit,

and with the combined efforts of the

canning clubs, corn clubs and dem-

onstation clubs, we hope to make a

creditable display. '

Caroline Moorenad,
Home Demonstration Agent.
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: BLITCHTON

ion county must and will, we feel
sure, go "over the top and beyond? in

her allotment. These gifts must be I While attending the acrents' meet-

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new or suDsianuauy new, ana snoaiu mg at Tailanassee recently 1 ; : was

notice of master's sale i te oi strong ratner man nne texture, 1 much interested : in the dryme of

Notice is here"b7Tiven that under ?nd "e not necessarily to be of linen, fruits and vegetables by the use of

uui, vx fiuvu vubwu luawimi. an eiecinc zan. we nave aone con-

Mrs. Jack Camp is the chairman for I siderable drying, using an oven or the

county. Florida, in chancery, in which j this linen drive or the Marion Coun- j sun method, which, of course, is good,

ine Metropolitan .eany inTesimem iy rionaa napter, ana ne nas ap- but the drying with electric fan and
nt?dy'joahn Vomted quite a number of the ladies hot plate in a drying frame that can
trator of the estate of Charles H. to assist her in this work. A house easily be made at home, either for
frtWarV(dedatts.anof d0 Vtober to house canvass will be made next home use or community work, is by
4th, 1918. I, the undersigned special wjsek .to secure Ocala's allotment and far the best and consequently the
sal? cLVl 2Se rofisios'ol Mrs. Camp has also appointed a cheapest, in the long run.
said decree shall offer for sale and sell chairman for each branch of the On the occasion mentioned a drv-

in fronW chapter to secure the remainder of ing demonstration was given the first
county court house in Ocala, Florida, the county s allotment. Gf the week, drying cabbage, turnips,

These gifts are to be brought or sweet and Irish potatoes, some peas
sent to Mrs. C. H. Lloyd at the food and such other thirgs as could then
administration office, opposite the be obtained. The second d?y these
Harrington Hall hotel, not later than dried products were on exhibition.
Saturday, October 5th. Then later soaked until quite as fresh

For any further information con-las in their former state. Then they

please telephone were cooked and served and pro

nounced delicious.

What appealed to me most was the

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Momday, brrmbr 4th, 1918
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clobk p. m., the lands situated
In (Marion county. Florida, more par particularly
ticularly particularly described as follows, to-wit:
South one half of Lot Four of Block
Forty-nine Old Survey City of Ocala,
Florida, or so much thereof as may tbe

necessary to satisfy said final decree J cerning the drive,

i). niel Ferguson. Mrs. Jack Camp, No. 96.

Special Master. BUY LIBERTY BONDS

comniatnant's Solicitor io-4-fri I Girl wanted at once at Music store.

cabbage in such thorough state of

Blitchton, Oct, 2. The farmers are

busy trying to save hay despite the
rainy weather. ;

Messrs. B. R. and Arlm Bhtch and

Earl Phillips spent Friday in Gaines

ville." '" ' . '

Little Miss Flora MclCay, who is

attending school in Ocala, spent the

week-end at home.

Mr. Loonis Blitch, with the U. S.

navy at Charleston, arrived home

Sunday for a day's visit before re reporting
porting reporting to the University of Florida

for duty.

Mrs. A. L. McKay, Dr.-Blitch and

Mr. B. C. Blitch visited Ocala Mon

day.

Mr. Raymond Sanders spent the

wppV end at Mcintosh.

Mr. J. W. Coulter visited the county

seat Tuesday. V ;

Mrs. O. S. Sanders received, word

Tuesday of the death of her sister,
Mrs. Emma Grant,at her home in Dal-

ton, Ga.

Our people have, given freely to the
linen shower this week for the hos

pitals in France.

Mr. Landis Blitch at Camp Jack

son is up after two weeks' illness.

Preaching at the Baptist church

Sunday morning.
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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

pal'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

ice." The loan of good records will

also be appreciated.

If you will enter into this plan for

the music?! culture of the children of

Ocala, kindly phone 164, Miss Mar

guerite Porter. Each record will be
called for, used and returned immed

iately.

A very essential part of a musical

THE BIG ONE WAS FED
Avalon Farms HOG-TOBJS

7l Liquid t log Condltkmmt, Fattmnmr amd Warm H.

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THEY both started life at the same time and weight. Thzy XTtrs
given the same feed under the same conditions with one excep

tne uowd nog i onic, joncuuoner ana attener anaxae rant oun b

The As one is the kind that tops mar markets
kets markets and Drings bigprofits to the pockets
of the hog raiser. The runt cost more to
raise than he will ever Bring in the mar market.
ket. market. And the difference was brought
about by 20 cents worth of AVALON
FARMS 'HOG-TONE, HOG-TONE
puts new life into hoga-'-tnakes them eat
more and grow fat at an mnaring rate.
It helps them tOoiabet disease and eli

minate the worms that are fh bet rr
eft greatest foe to profits. liaiHx
precnant sows neTrs to prodi'ce be&Uk
ier, sturdier pips. Come in the ate re retell
tell retell ns the number of yovr herd t"i
will crve yoa.enourn HOG-TON Z to
treat all your hog 60 dya Yoaon'C
five V9 njwy now.' If the resets of

tne niXnxn& treatment tail to i

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Upiigfijislls aisd.ed!siraee

education is musical appreciation.
This can only be had through music musical
al musical intelligence created by hearing the

best music rendered by artists. Vis-,
itors will always be welcome at these

lessons.

The following is a suggestive list

of records needed: Any record by
Galli-Gurci, Tetrazzini, Melba, Glack,

BUT LIBERTY BONDS
-. ORANGE LAKE
' Orange Lake, Oct. 3. The recent
rains we have had have cooled things
off considerably and every one feels
better. It is more like fall now.

Mr. and Mrs Laurie Turner are re receiving
ceiving receiving congratulations on the birth
of a fine boy. He is a .fine looking
young soldier boy. His name is L. M.
Turner, being named for his father.
Mrs. Turner's mother and sister,
who have been up to see the young
man, returned to their home in Tam Tampa
pa Tampa Saturday..'
Mr. Charles Burry, who is not yet
21 years of age, will enter the .navy
soon. ':
Mr. David Burry is r convalescent
from a spell of fever which lasted
about two weeks. His friends are
glad to see him up again.
The public road is being repaired
in our town which will be a great
help to the autoes as well as the
horses.
Mr. Lazelle is buying oranges here,
the first that have been sold this sea season.
son. season.
The orange crop is very good tho
the fruit is smaller than usual at this
season of the year.
BUY LIBERTY BONDS v
The story comes to Ocala that the
sheriff of Alachua county is ordering
- BUY IxlBERTT BONDS
FOR RENT Immediate possession,
residence on Fort King avenue for formerly
merly formerly occupied by Mr. Hetrkk. Ap Apply
ply Apply to Mrs. McDowell, next door
east. 9-9-tf -f
BUY LIBERTY BONDS
Do you read the want ads?

Our winter display of millinery i
now ready for your inspection. Call
and se us. Style Hat Shop, Main
X 1 x .

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crego bev-crego economy:
For a chonoiry
INSTANT

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