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President Tells Germans They
Can Have Peace
PROVIDED THEY SUBMI1 TO CONDITlOlIS WHICH WILL PRE PREVENT
VENT PREVENT THEM FROM BREAKING THEIR PROMISES
Washington, Oct. 23. 8:37 p. m.
Filed in Ocala 10:25 p. m. The presi president
dent president has informed the German gov government
ernment government that he has transmitted -Its
correspondence to him, seeking peace
and an armistice, to the Allies of
America, with the suggestion that if
their governments are disposed to ef effect
fect effect peace upon the terms and prin principles
ciples principles indicated, their. military advis advisors
ors advisors and the military advisors of the
United States be asked to submit for
an armistice such terms as are
necessary to fully protect the inter interests
ests interests of the peoples involved and en enforce
force enforce the details. He says that ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance by Germany of the terms
the Allies may propose will afford the
best concrete evidence of her full ac acceptance
ceptance acceptance of the, terms and principles
MEANTIME THE ARMIES
TINUE TO MOVE
Washington, Oct. 23. 3:40 p. m. At
the same time that, the president's
reply to Germany was made public,
the White House gave out corres correspondence
pondence correspondence from Secretary Baker and
the president, showing that more than
two million American soldiers have
embarked for overseas.
The reply of the American govern government
ment government is as follows:
Department of State, Oct. 23.
To Mr. Frederick Oederlin, Charge
d'Affairs of Switzerland and in
Charge ad interim of German In Interests
terests Interests in the United States:
Dear Sir: I have the honor to ac acknowledge
knowledge acknowledge receipt of your note of the
22nd, transmitting a communication
under date of the twentieth from the
German government, and to advise
you that the president has instructed
me to reply thereto as follows:
"Having received solemn and ex explicit
plicit explicit assurances of the German gov government
ernment government that it unreservedly accepts
the terms of peace laid down in his
address to the Congress of the United
States on the eighth of January, 1918,
and the principles of settlement enun
ciated in his subsequent addresses,
particularly the address of the twen twen-'
' twen-' ty-seventh of September, and that
this wish and purpose emanates not
from those who have hitherto dictated
the policy and conduct of the present
war on Germany's behalf, but from
ministers who speak for the majority
of the reichstag and for an over overwhelming
whelming overwhelming majority of the German
people, and having received also the
exclusive promise of the present Ger German
man German government that the humane
rules of civilized warfare will be ob observed
served observed both on land and sea by the
German armed forces, the president
of the United States feels that he can-,
not decline to take up with the gov
ernments with which the government
of the United States is associated the
question of an armistice.
ALLIES MUST PLAY SAFE
"He deems it his duty to say again,
however, that the only armistice he
would feel justified in submitting for
their consideration would be one
which would leave the United States
and the powers associated with it in
position to enforce any arrangements
that may be entered into, and to make
a renewal of hostilities on the part of
Germany impossible. The president
has therefore transmitted his corres correspondence
pondence correspondence with the present German
authorities to the governments with
which the government of the United
States is associated as a belligerent,
with the suggestion that the princi principles
ples principles therein indicated are acceptable,
their military advisors and those of
the United States be asked to submit
to the governments associated against
Germany the necessary terms of such
an armistice as may be possible from
the military point of view. Should
such terms of armistice be suggested
their acceptance by Germany will af.
ford the best concrete evidence of her
. unequivocal acceptance of the terms
and principles of peace from which
the whole action proceeds. 1
TEUTON MILITARY CASTE CANT
"The president would deem himself
lacking in candor did he not point out
in the frankest possible terms the rea reason
son reason why extraordinary safeguards)
must be demanded. Insignificant and
unimportant as the constitutional
changes seem to be which are spoken
of by the German foreign secretary in
his note of the twentieth of October,
it does not appear that the principles
of government responsible to the Ger German
man German people has yet been fully worked
out or that any guarantees either ex exist
ist exist or are in contemplation that the
alteration of principle and practice
now partially agreed upon will be per permanent.
manent. permanent. Moreover, it does not appear
that the heart of the present difficulty
has been reached. It may be that
future wars have been brought under
the control of the German people, but
the present war has not been, and it
is with the present war that we are
dealing. It is evident that the Ger-i
man people have no" means of com commanding
manding commanding the acquiescence of the -military
authorities of the empire in the
popular will; that the power of the
king of Prussia to control the policy
of the empire is unimpaired, that the
determining initiative still remains
with those who have hitherto been Jthe
masters of Germany. Feeling that the
whole peace of the world demands
now only plain speaking and straight straightforward
forward straightforward action, the president deems it
his duty to say without any attempt
to soften what may seem harsh words,
that the nations of the world do not,
and can not trust the word of those
who have hitherto been the masters
of German policy, and to point out j
once more that in concluding peace
and attempting to undo the infinite
injuries and injustices of this war, the
government of the United States can
not deal with any but vertitable rep representatives
resentatives representatives of the German people
who have been assured of a genuine
constitutional standing as the real
rulers of Germany. If it must be that
the military masters ajid the mon mon-archial
archial mon-archial autocrats of Germany are to
be dealt with or if the Allies are
likely to have to deal with them later
in regard to the international obliga obligations
tions obligations of the Germans, our terms must
be indicated as not peace negotiations,
"Accept, sir, the renewed assur
ances of my high consideration.
(Signed) "Robert Lansing'
The casualty lists of the American
army and marine corps are posted in
the Star's front windows every day.
If you find on them the name of any
one you know, please report it to the
Killed in action . 87
Missing in action ............... 62
Died of wounds ................. 40
Died, accident and other causes. 5
Died of disease ................ 45
Wounded severelv .............. 195
Wounded slightly ........... . 89
Wounded, degree undetermined. .173
laken prisoner .... ...... .. 4
The following Florida names are on
Killed m action: Private Stanley O.
Died of wounds: Sergeant Henry
Wounded slightly: Corporal Benja
min F. Cox, Jacksonville.
. Let's go "over, the top" in voting
the state dry on November 5th. Vote
for the Constitutional Amendment to
Section XIX. Adv. 24-tf
Let us supply spar TOILET AR
TICLES. Our line is complete, and
the prices always reasonable. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
OCALA, FLORIDA, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1918.
THE SUM MIO SUBSTANCE OF THE AUEIUI
A1ID AWED AIISUEH
Washington, Oct. 24. The presi president
dent president in acceding to Germany's request
that he transmit its plea for an armis armistice
tice armistice and peace to the Allies, has in informed
formed informed Berlin there will be no armis armistice
tice armistice that would leave the possibility
of a renewal of hostilities by Ger Germany.
many. Germany. That then, unless the German
people are assured of genuine consti constitutional
tutional constitutional standing as real rulers, -the
United States must demand not peace
negotiations but surrender. The
president's reply was handed to the
Swiss charge d 'affairs last night just
eleven hours after the official text of
the German note was received, and is
now on its way to Berlin The presi president's
dent's president's reply is undoubtedly framed in
full accord with the allied govern governments.
ments. governments. WANT NO WARLORDS
Washington, Oct. 24. No armistice
except under conditions of surrender
and no peace with the kaiser and his
war lords now or later. Thus President
Wilson has given in advance his own
final decision in informing the new
spokesmen of Germany that he had
acceded to their request that he take
up with the Allies their plea for an
armistice and peace negotiations.
While the president's ultimatum is
sinking home in Germany, the allied
governments will be preparing for the
next move which lies with them, act acting
ing acting in harmony with the United
States. - ....... ......
IT IS FINAL
, One point emphasized today is that
the president and the United States
are now through with separate deal dealings
ings dealings with the German authorities.
ENGLISH TALK IS OVER
London, Oct. 24. The British cabi cabinet
net cabinet met this morning, presumably to
discuss President Wilson's reply to
A SEPARATE APPEAL
Paris, Oct. 24. Hungary intends to
appeal direct to the Entente govern
ments to ascertain on what' terms
they will grant an armistice and peace
to Hungary, it is reported in political
circles at Budapest, according to a
Zurich dispatch. V
HAS NO PROPOSITION
Mr. Clarence Camp informs the
Star plainly and positively that the
report that the Florida Power Com Company
pany Company has a further proposition to
submit to the city, to furnish it with
electric current, has no foundation.
He says that he and the other mem
bers of the company made the most
reasonable proposition namely two
cents that they could make, and that
when it was refused they were thru.
They would like to have the city's
business if they could have it on good
terms for both sides and with good
feelings on both sides but that they
can get along without the business
and that they would much rather do
without it than have a continuation of
the controversy that has been going
on since the question was first sub
We have no doubt that Mr. Camp is
entirely sincere in what he says. No Nobody
body Nobody can gainsay that he is a mighty
good citizen of Ocala and a diligent
worker for the public good. So let us
let this "burning question" go into
Meantime the council must do
something, and do it quick, for undet
present conditions it can't furnish
power for the fair, now only a little
over three weeks off.
A CARD OF THANKS
We wish to express our sincere ap appreciation
preciation appreciation to the many friends who
were so kind to us in our recent sor sorrow,
row, sorrow, the death of Dr. P. P. Pillans,
and for the many beautiful floral of offerings
ferings offerings sent by them. We shall ever
remember the many kindnesses extended-
in our sad bereavement.
Mrs. P. P. Pillans.
J. C. Pillans and Family.
L. H. Pillans and Family.
New Books for Girls, New Books
for Boys.' THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
THE FAIR WILL BE HELD
It Was Unanimously So Decided at a
Meeting Held Wednesday
There was a good-sized attendance
of representative citizens at the
meeting Wednesday evening to discuss
Mr. R. S. Hall, president of the fair
association presided, and there were
present Vice President C. W. Hunter,
Secretary Mayo and a considerable
number of prominent men from, var various
ious various parts of the ounty.
Dr. Van Hood of the state board of
health was present and was consulted
as to the influence the prevailing epi epidemic
demic epidemic might have on the fair. The
doctor said that the epidemic was on
the wane, and unless it took a fresh
start, which is unlikely, it would be
entirely out of the way many days
before the fair opens.
Mr. Beuchler, Mr. Johnson and
some other leading- agriculturists
give it as their opinion that the farm
ers have plenty of exhibits more
than usual and will make them.
Almost all present expressed an
opinion favorable to the fair, and
when a vote was called for all stood
up to record themselves, as desirous
of having Jt held. ;
So it will be held, and don't forget
the dates Nov. 19-22.
, From an amusement standpoint,
this will be the greatest occasion at
the fair grounds yet. The big Buffalo
Bill Wild West and Rhoda Royal
shows have combined, and they wyi
be at the fair in full force, making a
show that will put the average circus
in the shade. There will be other at attractions,
tractions, attractions, including the free shows in
front of the grandstand, which will
ensure something doing all the time,
ensure something doing all the time.
There will also be brilliant fireworks
There would never have been any
indecision or dispute about holding
the fair if it had not been for some
entirely unauthorized parties who
spread-the report that it would not be
SCHOOLS TO RE-OPEN
MONDAY, NOVEMBER 4TH
The school trustees announce that
the health authorities consider that
present influenza conditions indicate
that it will be safe to reopen the
schools Monday, November 4th. -Mrs.
William Hocker, Sec'y.
A FAMILY REUNION
On Saturday, Oct. 20th, there was
a family reunion at the home of Mr.
and Mrs. C. C. Priest at Anthony.. The
purpose of the occasion was to cele celebrate
brate celebrate Mrs. Priest's seventy-first birth birthday.
All brought well filled baskets and
at 1 o'clock dinner was spread on the
long table under the large, shady
china tree. After the blessing was
asked, all ate neartiiy. mere was
chicken in, abundance, cooked m a
variety of ways, such as baked, fried
i and "pied," and those good old stand-
bys, macaroni and salads were never
cooked better or enjoyed so. well
There were cakes and pies of all de
scriptions and sizes, ut the favorite
dishes of the hour were fresh boiled
ham and roast kid.
After dinner social conversation
was enjoyed by all. About 3 o'clock
ice cream was served and every ona
pronounced it the best they had ever
Despite her many years, Mrs. Priest
is spry and everyone departed wishing
her many more happy birthdays. She
was the recipient of many beautiful
and useful presents.
All of her children and grandchil grandchildren
dren grandchildren were there, excepting Mr. and
Mrs. C M. Murphy of Oak and their
children. They wer not able to attend
on account of illness.
Those present were Mr. Walter
Priest, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Priest and
children, Mr. and Mrs. John Priest
and son, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Priest
and children, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irby
and children, Mr. Carl Priest and Mr.
'and Mrs. Edwin Priest and children.
One Who Was Present.
Who will the Victory Boys be? 6t
Huns' Don't Know Where Next
V They'll be Hit
ALLIES HIIDIIIG THEM Oil VESTERII FROIIT AIID ALSO AT-
TAKIIIG III ITALY
With the Allied Armies in France
and Belgium, Oct. 244:30 a. m. (By
Associated Press.) The British hav
taken more than 6000 prisoners and
many guns in the new attack begun
yesterday morning on the front be below
low below Valenciennes. Assisted by night
bombing airplanes the British fought
throughout the night and made steady
gains. They are using new tactics
which are bewildering the Germans.
Never has the whole line attacked all
on a series of objectives at the same
time. The big guns are moved up in
relays and no enemy unit knows
where (an assault is coming,
' ATTACK RESUMED j
London, Oct. 24. Sharp fighting
continued to a late hour yesterday j
evening on the front south of Valen- j
ciennes, it is officially announced. The
British crossed the Ecaillon river and i
captured- Neuville, Salesches and!
Baud ignies. A German counter attack
late yesterday was repulsed. This
morning the attack was resumed all
along the froat.
CROSSED SAMBRE CANAL
Paris) Oct. 24. An official an announcement
nouncement announcement says that southeast of
Le-Cateau the French have crossed
the Sambre canal east of Grand Ver Ver-ly.
ly. Ver-ly. The French maintained their
gains east of the canal in spite of
strong German counter attacks.
ADVANCE IN ITALY
Rome, Oct. 24. French forces to-
Lday penetrated enemy positions at
Monte Sizemol, on the Asiago plateau,
taking more than 700 prisoners, it is
officially announced, i
HUNS FIGHT STUBBORNLY
With the Allied Armies in France
and Belgium, Oct. 24. (By the As
sociated Press). Heavy fighting is in
progress all along the front of the
British attack. The Germans every everywhere
where everywhere are offering stubborn resis resistance.
tance. resistance. The attack was renewed at 4
o'clock this morning.
AMERICANS BORING IN
Washington, Oct. 24. Continued
progress by the Americans on the
battlefront north of Verdun is report reported
ed reported today by General Pershing. Ene Enemy
my Enemy positions each of the Meuse were
penetrated yesterday. West of the
Meuse Bantheville was completely oc
cupied and the American line estab estab-lished
lished estab-lished on the ridge northwest of that
village. Fifteen enemy airplanes and
one balloon were shot down. Three
American balloons were destroyed and
six planes failed to return.
CANNING FACTORY OPENS
The H. A. Shaver Company, will
open the canning factory tomorrow
morning at the Knight. & Lang ware
house, where it has a first class plant.
The company only canned string
beans in the spring, but will can both
beans and sweet potatoes this fall,
and by next spring will be ready for
tomatoes. The company has plenty
of stock to work on now, having open
ed up with over 1000 hampers of
beans in cold storage and plenty of
others coming in. The company is
advertising for seventy-five hands to
ASSERTS ITS AUTHORITY
Washington, Oct. 24., The Inter
state Commerce Commission today as
serted its authority to alter railroad
freight rates initiated by Director-
General McAdoo, even without an af affirmative
firmative affirmative showing that they are
wrong, and announced the assumption
that such rates are presumed to be
right and just is incorrect.
On November 5th the state votes
on state wide prohibition. Be sure and
vote DRY by making, your cross (X)
mark before YES under Section XIX.
VOX. 25, NO. 256
First Pledge in Ocala for the United
War Work Campaign
The first pledge reported ior the
United War Work Campaign comes
from the State Industrial School at
Ocala. Recently a representative of
the movement visited the school and
spoke to the girls about the agencies
that are doing so much for our. sol
diers and sailors and the plans that
have been made to 'secure the funds to
continue their good work ."The Earn
and Give" plan was explained to them
with its motto, "A million boys and
girls behind a million soldiers," and
it was proposed that the girls of the
school should earn and give $20, which
would mean that the school would
stand behind a soldier. Everybody
who knows about the school knows
that the girls have very few ways to
earn money, but before the represen representative
tative representative left the grounds plans were al
ready under way to earn the money,
and since the" message has come that
it has been raised. The girls of the
industrial school are enthusiastically
patriotic and the appeal to do some
thing for their country met with warm
approval. It is a good standard that,
has been set, and it will put the boys
and girls of the country to their met
tie to measure up to their standard.
To all who are placed in so much
better circumstances the challenge is
issued to match their gifts with that
of the State Industrial School. Since
the girls have found that they can do
something patriotic a number 'have
started thrift stamp books, and are
determined to do what Marion courfty
and. the whole United States recently
did m liberty bonds, go clean over
the top." Next time you hear from the
industrial school you will learn that
the girls have heavily overpaid their
CONFERENCES ON WAR WORK
Mr. J. Herbert Wilson of Jackson-
villemanager for Florida for the
United War Work Campaign, Mr.
Fay Cilley, state chairman of rural
work, and Miss Myrtice McCasgill,
state director of the Y. W. C Associa Association,
tion, Association, will meet in Ocala Saturday at
3 p. m. the organization which is be being
ing being built up for the cdQning campaign
in the counties of Citrus, Hernando,
Lake, Marion and Sumter. The meet meeting
ing meeting will be held at the Presbyterian
church and is for the purpose of in instruction
struction instruction on the work. The chairmen
of the several counties from the
county chairman down to the precinct
chairmen, and the representatives of
the seven agencies that have been ap appointed
pointed appointed are expected.
Dr. C. H. Summers, of Jacksonville,
state director of the colored work in
connection with the United War Work
Campaign, will be in the city next
Tuesday, October J29, and will meet at
the Metropolitan Bank building at 2
p. m. the chairmen of the colored work
in the five counties comprising the
fifth district, and the local chairmen
and colored ministers for the purpose
of instructing them in the work of the
Charleston, S. .C, Oct. 24r President-General
Mrs. Mary B. Poppem Poppem-bein
bein Poppem-bein announced today that the annual
convention of the United Daughters
of the Confederacy, set for Louisville,
November 12-16th, has been postpon postponed
ed postponed indefinitely on account of the influ influenza
enza influenza epidemic.
Prompt delivery of prescriptions Is
the watchowrd here. Tell yoi. physic physician
ian physician to leave them with qs. We allow
no substitution. The Court Pharmacy.
Phone 284. tf
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cent at Gerig's Drugstore.
Who will the Victory Boys be? 6t
OCALA, EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1918
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Finding they can't win the war, the
Germans are trying to win the peace.
Don't forget to set your clock back
an hour before you go to bed Satur Saturday
day Saturday night.
The French and Serbians have
reached the Danube, and will soon
put a lock on the Iron Gate.
The kaiser suited the German peo people
ple people all right as long as they thought
they were winning the war. W
The Huns bombed an American
hospital Monday night. They didn't
consider that an atrocity of course.
The Tampa boys at the University
of Florida have formed a club, the
motto of Which is "Remember the
Tampa." , : ;
A German victory would be the
worst thing in the world for Ger
many, as well as for all the rest of
The Germans have at last succeed succeeded
ed succeeded in engaging Mr. Wilson in conver conversation,
sation, conversation, but we doubt that his talk
suits them. V
When the Germans go to paying in indemnity,
demnity, indemnity, that five milliards (they "took
from" France in 1871 will look like
A number of German papers are
talking about the Hohenzollems in a
way that would have sent their, edi editors
tors editors to jail six months ago.
Ocala seems to have been more suc successful
cessful successful in warding off the epidemic
than any other Florida town. How However,
ever, However, let's not relax our vigilance.
The Germans told the Bulgars that
Emperor William has entered Paris
and one of his armies was beseiging
London--and the Bulgars believed
else, the South German does not agree
with the Prussian any more than th
Irish nationalist does with the man
from Ulster. They will have a mon monkey
key monkey and parrot time.
Editor Star: No, Superintendent
Brinson doesn't "se'em unwilling for
men who have no children -in school,
or those whose children have passed
school age, to have anything to say
about school affairs." Just another
case of your seeing things that are
However, any one who an look at a
patient, unoffending -school teacher
and think he sees a "tribe," a "teach "teach-erage,"
erage," "teach-erage," a "teacherhood," a "teacher "teacher-bund"
bund" "teacher-bund" or an "educational autocracy,"
is liable to see most anything where it
isn't. Good-night. J. H. Brinson.
We will leave it to the reader, if it
did not seem, by Mr. Brinson's re remarks,
marks, remarks, regarding "C," "Cracker" and
L. S. Light, that he wa unwilling f ox
men who have no children in school to
have any part in discussing school af affairs
fairs affairs We can't read Mr. Brinson's
mind. We only know what he said.
Teachers ought to be patient They
are paid to be patient. As a mattet
of fact, they are not any more patient
than men and women in other walks
of life. They are not any more pa patient,'
tient,' patient,' nor is their patience taxed as
much as that of telegraph operators,
telephone girls, stenographers, clerks
in stores or anybody else that has to
deal with the public. And none of
them are as patient as the taxpayer
or the taxpayer's wife with two or
more children to bring up.
Editor Mathews of the Fort Lau Lauderdale
derdale Lauderdale Sentinel wants the legisla legislature
ture legislature to make illicit distilling a hang hanging
ing hanging offense! How could the good edi editor
tor editor have forgotten so quickly the days
when he loved his toddy? Tampa
Maybe he had just had three fingers
of the moonshine. We are informed Jt
would make a man not used to it want
to help lynch his grandfather.
We will now be favored by a touch touching
ing touching little ballad, sung by Mr. Mc Mc-Whorter
Whorter Mc-Whorter of the Tampa Tribune, ac accompanied
companied accompanied by Col. Stovall, entitled,
"Oh, for a Thousand Tongues to Xiick
Salt Out of Sidney's Hand." St. Au Augustine
gustine Augustine Record.
We had thought they believed Sid Sidney's
ney's Sidney's hand, and all the rest of him,
was built of sugar. ;
It is the prevailing opinion that the
schools will reopen Monday, and that
otherwise affairs in Ocala : will re resume
sume resume ; their normal condition. We
shall be very glad if they do,- but we
would counsel the mayor and health
authorities to be very careful, about
coming to a decision in the matter. It
is not too late yet for us to haye'an
Congress has been asked by the
navy department to authorize a second
three-year naval building program to
provide ten additional superdread superdread-naughts,
naughts, superdread-naughts, six battle cruisers and 140
smaller vessels at a cost of $600000, $600000,-000.
000. $600000,-000. It seems, by this that naval peo people
ple people yet consider the battleships as the
backbone of the navy.
The influenza epidemic has heavily
afflicted the Children's Home at
i Jacksonville. Seventy of the children
are sick; ten of the staff. Can't you
send a donation to Superintendent
Marmus Fagg '. to help tide the worthy
institution over this, its time of great
The influenza wave is crossing the
country from east to west. It will not
be as bad in the western states and
on the Pacific coast as it has been in
Some fifteen or twenty American
shipbuilding concerns made a big
mistake. They were not efficient in
their work and now Chairman Hur Hurley.
ley. Hurley. will not give them any more con contracts.
tracts. contracts. ; ;
, If you are a 'dry" man and want the
legal sale of liquor permanently pro prohibited
hibited prohibited in Florida, don't forget to go
to the polls Tuesday and vote for the
prohibition amendment. Perhaps your
vote is not needed in the county, but
it is in the state.
Now that it has been decided we
are going to have a fair, let's, all do
the best we can." Let every Marion
county citizen bear in mind that he
will lose from every thing the fair
lacks, and gain from everything it
That list of Marion county liberty
bond buyers, which we print, in this
issue is a roM of honor. A liberty bond
is a good investment.-It is good busi business
ness business as well as patriotism to buy one.
But great mcny people have to
make real sacrifices to buy them, and
would not do so except from a sincere
desire to help their country.
If "the German part of Austria goes
back into the German empire, there
will be a happy family, sure enough.
In religion, or rather superstition, in
temperament and almost everything
The pride of the Court Pharmacy is
its prescription department. Every
prescription is carefully r compounded
as 'ordered by your physician NO
SUBSTITUTION allowed. Phone 284.
LOOKS BETTER; LASTS LONGER,
COSTS LESS PER JOB THAN THE
VWHY NOT BUY IT
is all Paint; It costs no more per gal gallon
lon gallon than' the Ready-Mixed kind, and
you get two gallons for one.
Ask the deales or get our color
card for explanation. 6
For Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO,
Odda. Florida 4
LIST OF MARION COUNTY
SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN
Akin, Jas. W., Ocala . 50.00
Akin, Jas. W. Jr., Ocala .. 50.00
Ayer, C. C, Micanopy .... 50.00
Ayer, Alfred, Ocala ........ 500.00
Ayer, Alfred, Ocala . 1000.00
Allen, Nancy, Ocala 50.00
Mrs. J. F.. Allen, Mcintosh.. 50.00
W. L. Armour. Ocala 100.00
Adams, B. L., Ocala ? 100.00
Allemand, J. E Ocala 200.00
Ax, Christian, Ocala 100.00
Ax, Mrs. Christian 50.00
Ax, Miss Adela, Ocala 50.00
Ashworth, Mrs. M. Belleview 100.00
Aikin, Miss Mabel, Ocala... 50.00
Arnold, C, Summerfield ; 50.00
Adams, R. T.; Ocala.. $ 200.00
Alexander, J. W., Ocala 100.00
LtMU L. Anderson, Ocala... 100.00
R. L. Anderson, Ocala 200.00
R. L. Anderson, Ocala 2000.00
Lieut. E. P. Anderson, Ocala 100.00
Mrs. Mary S. Anderson, Ocala 500.00
Lieut. L.-S. Anderson, Ocala 100.00
Alexander, L., Ocala.1 V.fr 100.00
Ayer, Dr. C. B., Ocala 50.0U
Abshire, C. E., Belleview. ... 50.00
Allemand, J. E., Ocala. 200.00
Anonymous, Ocala ......... 5000.00
Anonymous, Ocala ......... 6000.00
Albertson, C. E. ....... 250.00
Anonymous, Weirsdale 500.00
Anonymous, Weirsdale ..... 1000.00
Anonymous, Ocala 1000.00
Mrs. R. G, Blake, Ocala ..... 50.00
T. E. Bridge's, Ocala 1000.00
Blood, W. C, Ocala. 500.00
Blalock, J. J., Ocala . 500.00
Burnett, Mrs. Emma, Ocala. 100.00
Brooks, F. W., Oklawaha . 100.00
Brice, W. R., Ocala 500.00
Bullock, W. S., Ocala 4000.00
Blair, Mrs. J. W., Citra 50.00
Blake, Robert, Ocala 50.00
Bennett, E. C, Ocala 100.00
Brock, L. B.t Lowell ....... 50.00
Booher, Harry L., Ocala ..... 250.00
Barco, Miss Carrie, Ocala . 50.00
Bachelder, Mrs. O. L., Ocala. 100.00
Brooks, Mrs. M. M., Ocala ... 50.00
Burford, R. A., Ocala. 500.06
Blake, Miss Irma, Ocala 50.00
.Burnett, Jerry, Ocala. ...... 100.00
Beckham, F. B., Ocala 50.00
Brooks, J. A., Ocala 50.00
Bittinger, Helen J., Ocala... 100.00
Burford,-R. A., Ocala ... 500.00
Burford, Mrs. R. A., Ocala .. 100.00
Booher, L. O.. Ocala ...... 100.00
Barnett, Rev. R. Ira ...... 100.00
Busco, Cecilia M. ........ : 50.00
Bottlacio, Miss Antoinette
i Queenie, Ocala ..... 100.00"
Mrs. Fannie Brown, Ocala... 50.00
J. K. Brooks, Ocala 50.00
Mrs. Helen Bittinger, Ocala. 50.00
J. E. Branch, Summerfield. 100.00
Mrs.' Rouda Brown 50.00
J. t A. Bouvier 100.00
Byrd, Mrs. M. A., Weirsdale. 100.00
Bishop, Frank W., Anthony. 1000.00
BrVant, John S. 50.00
Borland, 'H.- L., Ocala 100.00
Blackman, H. : 100.00
Blackman, Mrs. H. 50.00
Blackman, A. M., Sumrfield. 50.00
Bottleman, J. J., Summerfield 100.00
Brown; Mrs. Flora L. ....... 350.00
Brown, W. R. Mcintosh .... 500.00
Bateman, C. E. Mcintosh . 200.00
'Brown, W. R. Jr.. Mcintosh.. 100.00
Brut, Rora, Orange Lake .. 50.00
Burry, Chas. C, Orange Lake 100.00
Burry, Dan, Orange Lake . 100.00
Burry, J. B., Orange Lake . 100.00
Bateman, Miss Christine,
. Mcintosh ................ 50.00
Booe, 'Miss Louise. Ocala . 50.00
Bilodeau, Geo., Sfield ....... 50.00
Billups, 1. S., Sfield 50.00
Batts, Mrs. Ruby K Ocala ..50.00
Boyd, Mrs.' Jas.; Sfield. . . 100,00
Branch, J. E., Sfield ........ 100.00
Brooks, Ernestine, '.Ocala. ... 50.00
Benjamin, J. H., Ocala. ..... 50.00
Beckham, F. B., Ocala .. 50.00
Blitch, S. H., Ocaja. 100.00
Burnett, Jerry, Ocala ....... 100.00
Blitch, Jesse M. Morriston. 50.00
Bell, L. C, Sparr. .......... 100.00
B. F. Borden, Ocala........ 50.00
Clifford Bray, Ocala ......... 100.00
Charles Braddock, Ocala .... 50.00
William Bray, Ocala . . 50.00
Luke Brown, Ocala ........ 50.00
Bailey Mrs. Mirian H., -v.
Barnard, Frank, Ocala 50.00
Blackman, C. C, Sfield .... 50.00
Blackiston, Dr. J. R Ocala.. 1000.00
BilJUngsley, H. S., Ocala..... 100.00
Baxter, H. B., Ocala 100.00
Blowers, Mrs. A. C, Ocala. 1000.00
Blowers, A. C., Ocala. 1000.00
Beuchler, Mrs. E. C, Anthony. 100.00
'Brown, Jake. Ocala..... 500.00
Brown, Jos. H.; Eastlake . . 50.00
Bregaw, Wm. E., Anthony. 100.00
Brown, Mrs. E. T., Belleview 50.00
Brown, Isaac, Belleview. .... 50,00
Bryant, Wm. R., Belleview. 50.00
Bryant, Mrs. Amy, Belleview 50.00
Baxter, H. W, Candler .... 100.00
XT! TM lAMf MS
MOM MOW On
Booth, Mrs. Mary, Ocala 50.00
Block, W. C, Weirsdale 100.00
Bickley, Wm. H., Weirsdale. 200.00
Burke, Floyd, Anthony 50.00
Boyles, G. D., Sparr 50.00
Bailey, Mrs. Birdie, Oak 50.00
Branning, C. J.. Ocala 50.00
Blitch, Loonis, Ocala 50.00
Booe, Miss Louise, Ocala 50.00
Beard, J. J.. Ocala 200.00
Badger, James H., Ocala 1000.00
Brooks, Alfie,-Ocala.. 1000.0ft
Bullock, R. B., Ocala 400.00
Bittinger, Miss Adele. Ocala. 100.00
Brewer, Mrs. W. O., Romeo.. 500.00.
Blitch, G. M., Irvine 500.0(,
Burton, S. P., Sparr .. 400.00-
Blitch, B. R. 50.00
Baker, Miss Emma V. ...... 50.00
Baldwin, Jacob C 50.00
Baldwin, A. D 50.00
Barnett, Mrs. C. G... 50.00
Bauldauf, John G. 400.00
Baxter, A. E. . ; 50.00
Blitch, Mrs. S. H. ......... 100.00
Barkley, E. E., Mcintosh ... ., 100.00
Bouvier, Mrs. Ella R., Ocala. 50.00
Bohanon, Mrs. Lucile, B'view 100.00
Clark, Harvey, Ocala ...... 200.00
Jeanna B. Carter 50.00
W. W. Clyatt 700.00
Mrs. G. W. Carney 50.00
E. L. Carney ;.. 1000.00
Dorothy Grawford ......... 50.00
J. W. Coulter 200.00
F. E. Colby ............... 500.00
A. C. Cobb ... 1000.00
Mrs. T. C. Carter 100.00
C .E. Cannon ........ . 250.00
T. A. Cobb ................ 50.00
R. W. Collins ... 50.00
W. W. Condon 100.00
Corav B. Colby ........ 100.00
O. E. Cox, Ocala 100.00
Counts, Miss Mamie, Ocala . 100.00
Colby, Lula A., Ocala ...... 100.00
John'C. Chazal, Ocala. ..; 50.00
Louis H. Chazal, Ocala 100.00
Louis R. Chazal & Sons Com Company,
pany, Company, Ocala; 500.00
Katherine H. Clements 150.00
James W. Colbert, Sparr. ... 50.00
Archibald Cuthill, Martel ... 100.00
Ralph O. Cullen, Ocala..... 50.00
F. M. Chaffee, Ocala. .... . 50.00
James A. Chandler, Ocala.. 50.00
Geo. L. Carlton, Sparr. . . 500.00
Edna Counts, Ocala. ..(...... 50.00
Cobb, A C, Ocala .......... 2000.00
Colby, T. E., Ocala.. 500.00
Carter, Mrs. T. O, Ocala.... 100.00
Chandler, J. A., Ocala 50.00
Chace, Mrs. Helen, Ocala ... 50.00
Charles, W. C.,' Ocala. ..... 200.00
Cullen, Mrs. C. S., Ocala.... 100.00
Cullen, Charles S., Ocala . . 1000.00
Chazal, C. P., Ocala ........ 50.00
Carroll, R. R., Ocala. . 1 500.00
Chambliss, Z. C, Ocala 1000.00
Campy Clarence, Ocala ; 2000.00
Camp, Jack, Ocala..... ..... 2000.00
Clyatt, W. W. Ocala. ....... 500.00
Condon, B. F., Ocala ........ 1000.00
Carstens, J., Ocala......... 100.00
Cappleman, Miss Ruby, Ocala 00.00
Clement, E. W., Ocala. ..... 300.00
Chace, J. E., Ocala.. ... 1000.00
Crandall, H. P., Ocala .V. .... 200.00
Crandall, Mrs. M. E., Ocala. 200.00
Camp, Mrs. Jack, Ocala... 200.00
Carlton, Geo. L., Sparr 500.00
Cam, Baxter, Ocala ....... 50.00
Coulter, J. W., Ocala .... . . 200.00
Colby, F. E., Ocala......... 500.00
Cobb, A. C, Ocala....'. 1000.00
Clark, Harvey,' Ocala. 200.00
Carr, Mrs. F. E., Belleview. 50.00
Chazal, Miss Onie, Ocala... 50.00
Chazal, Mrs. L. R., Ocala... 50.00
CasseJs, H., Ocala.. .. .... 50.00
Carter, James A., Ocala .... 100.00
Chazal, Hester D.. Ocala .... 50.00
Carney," Jno. L., Sfield 1000.00
Chazal, Louis B., Ocala 100.00
Cogswell, WJ S., Belleview. 100.00
Campbell, Miss Alice. ....... 1000.00
Carpenter, W. C. 100.00
Crosby, Mrs.,W. J., Citra.... 100.00
Crosby, Wm. J., Citra 100.00
Cauthen, Alice A.. S'mfield.. 50.00
Cam, Mrs. L. B. . . . .1 . 2000.00
Credle, W. C. Anthony 100.00
Caruthers, R. L., Anthony. . 200.00
Crosby, Mrs. J. W ........ 100.00
Camp, Robert Clifton ; 1000.00
Christian, J. K., Mcintosh.. 2000.00
Cameron, J. F., Micanopy .. 50.00
Chitty, H. F.. Flemington . 100.00
Chambers, B. R., Fairfield, .. 50.00
Crosby Bros., Belleview .... 50.00
Collens, Mrs. Julia, Sfield . 50.00
Cordrey, E. O., Lynne,. ... 2000.00
Carter, C. A.,Leroy ..... 50.00
Cork, C. E. Orange Lake . 50.00
Canon, C. E., Oklawpha .... 250.00
Culverhouse, B. J., Ocala.... 50.00
Culverhouse, Jessie Ray..... 50.00
Chappell, Mrs. G. B., KendrTc 50.00
Camp, Jack, Ocala ....... J. 2000.00
Carter, Lila, Eastlake....... 100.00
Colbert, Tumey, Ocala ..... 50.00
Collens, P. W., Summerfield. 50.00
Carney Investment Co. Sfield 2500.00
Clark, Harvey, Ocala.. 600.00
Colbert, W. L.. Ocala. 50.00
Coggins, W. B., Weirsdale... 50.00
Clements, C. S., Lake Weir. 50.00
Carlton, John -F., Sparr 50.00
Carlton, Mrs. J. F., Sparr.. 50.00
Colby, Mrs. Cora B 50.00
Carter, T. C, Ocala 100.00
Cameron, Jno. L. ; 50.00
Cameron, Jessie E 50.00
Cameron, Malone C. . . 50.00
Collins, Mrs. Julia R 50.00
Cam, W. D., Ocala 500.00
Chace, Dr. J. E., Ocala.. 2000.00
Crawford, Mrs. Dora.. 50.00
Camp, Mrs. Clarence 2000.00
Clark, Miss Collie 50.00
The Court Pharmacy 500.00
John Dupree 100.00
J. H. Dunn .... 50.00
Davis, Mrs. J. W., Ocala.... 50.00
Delouest, Mrs. M. A., Ocala. 50.00
DufF, MrsVida U. 1000.00
Davis, J. W., Summerfield.. 100.00
Dosh, Sam, Ocala 50.00
Davenport, Mrs. B., B'view. 50.00
Degenhard, J. 50.00
Douglas, J. M 600.00
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OCALA MARBLE WORK
MARBLE AND GRANITE
MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES
Yard N. Magnolia St. Ocala, Florida &
. T .-
Granite, Marble and Cement Fencing
and All Kinds ol Cemetery Work.
Let Us Quote You Prices.
E. W. LEAVENOOD, Manager.
SALT SPRINGS HOTEL
Now Open Under New Management
Comfortable Rooms and Good Meals
Good Hunting Bathing and Fishing
Write for Rates and Reservations
MRS. A. N. GALLANT, Prop.
P. O. Address, Ocala, Fla
x. yj. nuuicss, vcaio, riot
j C M fl M E S E L MJ N P R Y
J. J. Loy, Proprietor
j ALL DELICATE LINENS ETC.
. Receive Special Attention
j 12 E. Ft. King Ave. Ocala, Fla.
How Can I Save Sugar on a
INSTEAD OF BREAKFAST TRY BREAKFAST
Frait 1 Rounded TeasDOonful f.rui1 augar
2 Rounded Teaspoonfuls L61
2 Rounded Teaspoonfuls
1 Rounded Teaspoonful
I Lvel TpflRnnnnfnl .. ..
Tea ; :1 Rounded Teaspoonful Making 1 rounded teaspoonfuls
Other Dish 1 Rounded Teaspoonful a day for table nse; or only one
Making 7 rounded teaspoonfuls a pound a month, leaving one pound
day; or over 4 pounds a month. for other uses.
OCALA ICE AND PACKING COMPANY
A U T O S-E RV I C E
Passenger and Baggage
M O V ;I M G
Long and Short Hauling Storage and Packing
WJTHTnTTflr STTA1 IT IfPsTTfT" phone
u u lluu ji iu u a run' :iuuiMii-i 296
THE WINDSOR MOTEL
, iii 1 H
In the heart of the city with Hemming Park for a front yard.
Every modern convenience in each room. Dining room service is
second to none.
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. KA VAN AUGH
5- j, M
$ Manager. Proprietor.
Licenses must be paid. Any one
doin business 'without a license is
violating the law and liable for dou double
ble double tax. "W- Stripling,
10-18-tf Tax Collector.
Who will the Victory Boys be? 6t
Careful Estimates made on all Con Contract
tract Contract work. Give? More and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
OCALA, EVENING STAR, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 1918
: YOU CALL A DOCTOR :
HE IS A GOOD DOCTOR
: SEND II1S PRESCRIPTIONS :
2 To The I
COURT PHARMACY j
For the Same Reason
GOOD THINGS TO EAT
Mrs. Kidd's Pin-Money Pickles
Heinz Sweet iinstard Pickles,
Heinz Ucsnrooa Ketcfcap
Heinz Walnut Ketcfcap
Ileinz Beefsteak Sance
Welch Grape Jnice, plats & qts.
Clicqcct Ginger Ale
Royal Salad Dressing
Pompelan Olive Russian Sauee
Howards Salad Dressing
Darkee Salad Dressing
Premier Salad Dressing
Royal Tarter Sance
el Teapot :
PHONE 16 and 174
PICOT EDGE WORK
Ocala, Florida x
Between Peyser's Store and the Har Har-ringtorCHall
ringtorCHall Har-ringtorCHall Lunch Room
An Optometrist .devotes ."-"v
all his time to refrac-
tion and therefore is K j
the real specialist in
fitting lenses to imperfect eyes.
Dr. K. S. Weihe
With Weihe Co.,. Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.
A coat now and then of DAVIS
OLD COLONY WAGON PAINT, pre preserves
serves preserves your wagons and farm imple implements
ments implements and makes them look like new.
Wont you let us prove to yon by
one trial that there is no finish that
will give you a lasting satisfaction
tor Sale By
THE MARION HARDWARE CO.,
"Delicious fresh caught salted FISH,
direct to the consumer by prepaid ex express,
press, express, 18 pounds for $2.00. Barrel
shipments a specialty. Try our delic delicious
ious delicious SALTED RQE.
The St. George Co., Inc.
St. George "On the Gulf."
RATES: Six lihe maximum, one
time 25a; three times 50c; six times
75c.; one month $3. Payable in advance.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM-
ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE Five head mares, 2 to 9
years of age. May be seen 4& miles
west of Summerfield. E. U. Ferguson,
Summerfield, Fla. 10-18-6t
OCALA SOCIAL AFFA1DS
If Yon Have Any News for this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Five Doable-One
. or Two-Severn
PIANO TUNING Please remember
your own resident tuner is right here
to guarantee his work as well as to
pay taxe.s. J. E. Frampton, 1109 E.
5th St. Phone 185-G. Ocala, Fla. 6t
FOR RENT Rooms furnished for
light housekeeping; also single fur furnished
nished furnished room. Phone 242, Mrs. A. M.
The Tradesman's Song
Dollars and dimes, dollars and dimes,
I've counted them over a million times
Till my brain is weary, my heart is
With memories thronging, thronging
Of a low brown house and a field of
With the bubbling bobolinks caroling
Where the droning honey bees break breakfasts
fasts breakfasts and sups
In the sunshiny gleam of the butter-,
Gold, gold, silver and gold!
What are they worth when all is told?
Only enough to eat and to wear,
And a shelter that shields not from
worry and care.
Oh ,to flee from it all for a day in the
To hear the bobolinks caroling over!
With the droning bees to breakfast
And, ah, for the gold of a buttercup!
The marriage of Miss Martha Mills
of Mulberry to Mr. S. H. Brown of
this city, which took place Monday
evening at 7:30 o'clock at the Metho Methodist
dist Methodist parsonage at Mulberry is a mat matter
ter matter of pleasing interest to a large
number of friends. i
The happy couple left immediately
for Lakeland, where they visited
friends, arriving in Ocala yesterday
and are now pleasantly situated at
the Colonial. The bride was prettily
attired in a traveling suit of brown.
The groom is well known here, where
he has a position in the Ford garage.
The friends of this young couple
join in wishing them much happiness.
Mrs. Chaffee of Burbank spent yes
terday in town shopping and calling
A teel gram, was received yesterday
by Mrs. McConn of North Ocala, say saying
ing saying her son, Lindner McConn, has
been very ill in Savannah, where he
is working for the government, but
is now recovering.
Mrs. S. P. Hollinrake is enjoying a
visit from her former neighbors, Mr.
and Mrs. R. W. Blacklock and little
daughter, Bernice, who are now resid residing
ing residing in Gainesville.
The Year Book for the Woman's
Club will be finished today, and Mrs.
Chas. H. Lloyd having kindly con consented
sented consented to distribute them at the food
administration office, any club mem member
ber member can secure one by calling there.
The family of Mr. E. T. Spencer of
North Ocala, who have all teen ill,
are very much better today. North
Ocala still claims a large number of
influenza cases, and many of i the
patrons are very anxious that the
opening of their, school be deferred
until the epidemic has entirely sub subsided.
sided. subsided. . :
Mr. and Mrs. Ed Carmichael reach reached
ed reached Ocala yesterday afternoon over the
limited. The latter has spent the
summer in Colorado and other west western
ern western states. During Mr. Carmichaei's
severe illness, Mrs. Carmichael was
likewise ill in Atlanta. Mrs. Carmi Carmichael
chael Carmichael joined her husband in Jackson Jacksonville
ville Jacksonville several days ago and both arriv arrived
ed arrived home considerably improved in
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DRESSMAKING Mrs. S. C. M.
Thomas, 103 Watula street. tf
AN AUTO BARGAIN A Jeffry
touring car in splendid condition; will
be sold at a bargain; used very little,
and present owner has no use for it.
Apply to B. Goldman, "Why Pay
More," Ocala, Fla. 19-6t
LIST OF MARION COUNTY
SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN
F t ..
i: Clear; Peachy Skin
Awaits Anyone Who
Drinks Hot Water
l'8y an Inside bath, before break-T
fast helps us look and feel T
, clean, sweet, fresh.
Guava jelly package of 2 lbs. 14 oz.,
80 cents. Just in at the Main Street
Market., Phone 108. 6t
Sparkling and ; vivacious merry,
bright, alert a good, clear skin and
a natural, rosy, healthy complexion
are assured only by pure blood. If
only every man and woman could be
induced to adopt the morning inside
bath, what a gratifying change would
take place. Instead of the thousands of
sickly, anaemic-looking men, -' women
and girls, with ; pasty or muddy
complexions ; instead of the multi multitudes
tudes multitudes of "nerve wrecks," Rundowns,"?
"brain fags" and pessimists we
should see a virile, optimistic throng
of, rosy-cheeked people ; everywhere.
An inside bath is had by drinking
eat t morning, before breakfast, a
glass of real hot water, with a tea tea-spoonful
spoonful tea-spoonful of limestone phosphate In it
to wash from the stomach, liver,, kid kidneys
neys kidneys and ten yards of bowels the pre previous
vious previous day's indigestible waste, sour
fermentations and poisons, thus
cleansing, sweetening and freshening
the entire alimentary canal before
putting more food into the stomach.
Those subject to sick headache, bil biliousness,
iousness, biliousness, nasty breath, rheumatism,
colds; and partlculary those who have
a pallid, sallow, complexion and who
are constipated very often, are urged
to obtain a quarter pound of limestone
phosphate at the drug store which
will cost but a trifle, but is sufficient
to demonstrate the quick and remark remarkable
able remarkable change in both health, and appear'
ance, awaiting those who practice In Internal
ternal Internal sanitation. We must remem remember,
ber, remember, that inside cleanliness is more im important
portant important than outside, because the skin
doe not absorb impurities to con contaminate
taminate contaminate the blood while the pores in
the thirty feet of bowels do.
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Douglas, Daisy D. 100.00
Douglas, R. D. . 100.00
Douglass, A. J., Citra.. 50.00
Driver, C. W., Citra 100.00
Driver, Mrs. B. E Citra 100.00
DeVore, Miss M. L Reddick 100.00
Dr. J. L. Davis, Irvine...... 100.00
Mrs. A. C. Dreher, Micanopy 50.00 ;
F. H. Dreher, Micanopy..... 50.00;
M. M. Dunn, Ocala ..... 100.00 j
Miss M. C. Dedman, MTntosh 100.00
W. R. Dedman, Mcintosh: . 400.00
Miss Lucile Dickson, MIntosh 50.00 j
Dillard, W.. Summerfield 50.00
Denmark, H. C, Summerfield 150.00;
Dixon, M. E. Mrs., Ocala . 50.00
Davis, Mrs. Allie Van ...... 50.00
Downs, R. E-, Summerfield . 50.00
Dickson, H. L. Mcintosh .. 1500.00
Dansby, B. S., Reddick 100.00
Dupree, Mrs. J. O, Reddick.. 100.00
DeVore and Yongue. Reddick 200 XO
DuPree, J. C, Reddick ..... 200.00
Davies, H- A-. Ocala........ 500.00
Dankwertz, L. J., Sumerfield 100.00
Demetrie, Fred, Belleview. . 50.00
Ditto, Ralph L., Ocala.. 100.00
Dewey, R. L., Ocala. 50X0
Dewey, Miss Marion, Ocala. 50.00
Drake,: T. P., Ocala ..... 1000.00
Dey, J. R., Ocala.... 1000.00
Dobbs, E. E., Ocala 1000.00
Drake, Frank. Ocala 300.00
Dunn, J. H.; Ocala 50.00
Dean, Mrs. J. H., Ocala..... 50.00
DuTjal, L. W., Ocala..... 400.00
DuvaL Mrs. Addie, Ocala ... 100.00
Duval, A. Adelaide, Ocala ... 50.00
Ditto, F. .W,. Ocala. 50.00
Davis, J. W., Sfield ....... 50.00
Davis, C P., Sfield . : 50.00
Dickson, J. K., Ocala ...... 100.00
Davenport, Mrs. Mary, Oak. 100.00
Dobbs, Mrs. Ernest. Ocala. 1000.00
Davenport, Mrs. Ernest..:.. 1000.00
DeCamp, Mrs. C. E., Ocala.. 50.00
DeCamp, Elmer, Ocala ..... 500.00
Ditto, F. W, Ocala......... 100.00
Dodd, R. A., Anthony . .... 100.00
Dowd, L. M., S'mrfield ...:. 50.00
Denmark, W. A., Anthony. . 50.00
Duris, George, Ocala 100.00
Davis, D. W. Ins. Agency... 500.00
Dykes, Jessie, Oklawaha ... 50.00
Dupree, Jno. C. Reddick . . 100.00
DeGuenhard, Jno.,-Sfield .... 50.00
Erwin, R. W., Ocala........ 50.00
Evans, Miss Delia, Oak .... . 50.00
Evans, Mrs. Andy, Oak ..... 50.00
Edwards, L. K., Irvine . . 1000.00
Edwards, Wm. J., Ocala .... 1000.00
GJ Al Edmiston .... 50.00
W; E. Ellis 500.00
Martha English, Citra ... 50.00
Charles English, Citra .. . 50.00
Emihisor, -Wm. D., Sparr ..i 50.00
Edmiston, Geo. A., Ocala . 50.00
Early, Mrs. Laura, Ocala V. 100.00
Edwards, Mrs. Janie S., Ocala 400.00
Elliot, J. R., Ocala......... 50.00
Edwards, John L., Ocala.... 1000.00
Ervin, ; Miss Ruth, Ocala ... 50.00
Early, Mrs. Laura. Ocala . 100.00
Ellis, Andrew J.. Citra. ... 200.00
Ellis, Mrs. Hattie,' Citra. ... 100.00
Evans, Mrs. Wm. I., Grove. ,) 100.00
FisheL Mrs. M. Ocala. . . J 50.00
Ferris, C, Ocala ........... 100.00
Fraser, C. G., Ocala ........ 250.00
Robert C. Fort, Lynne ..... 100.00
Norman A. Fort, Lynne .... 100.00
C C. Frazer, Ocala. '. .... . 100.00
Mrs. Geo. H. Ford, Ocala ..... 300.00
I. E. Farnbach, Mcintosh. 200.00
T. C. Ferguson. Mcintosh... 100.00
Marion Ferguson, .Mcintosh. 50.00
a J. Fauth 50.00
J.5 L. Felts.-.'. .......... 50.00
Mrs. M. Fishel ............. 50.00
C. Ferris .... 100.00
W. N. Fielding. Belleview... 50.00
Mrs. W. N. Fielding . . . 50.00
Foxworth, M. M., Belleview. 100.00
Fisk, Arthur D., Belleview. 50.00
Fisk, Mrs. Lillian, Belleview 50.00
Frost, Miss Lillian, Ocala... 400.00
Ferguson, D. Niel, Ocala. .. 500.00
Fisk, Arthur D Belleview.. 50.00
Fielding, Mrs. I. E., Belleview 50.00
Fielding, Wm. N., Belleview. 50.00
Frank, Marcus, Ocala ....... 2500.00
Faison, "Walter, Ocala ...... 100.00
Felts, John W Ocala. 1 ..... 50.00
Fishel, M, Ocala.. 50.00
Flewellen, G. A Mcintosh .. 200.00
Flewellen, J. A, Mcintosh. 500.00
Farnbach, J. A, Boardman.. "200.00
Fridy, S. Lu, Reddick ...... 500.00
Fant, D.. Flemington . . . 200.00
Fridy. Mrs. WUlie. Reddick. 200X0
Ferguson, Harold Wm., .... 50.00
Ferguson, Emory, .Ulysses .. 50.00
Frazier, C. G., Ocala ........ 100.00
Fort, Oliver, Moss Bluff.... 50.00
Fort, R. E., Ocala": . 100.00
Fort, D. J.. Moss Bluff .... 50.00
Fisk, Mrs. Arthur D4 B'view 50.00
Flippen, Mrs C. F., Ocala . 100.00
Fosnbt, Sam G., Eastlake. . 100.00
Frank, Caroline .... 50.00
Foxworth, M. M., Belleview. 200.00
Felder, Samuel M. ....... . 50X0
Finley, W. M. Jr., Ocala. .-. 50.00
French, Edw. S.. Belleview.. 50.00
Finley, Miss B. M., Kendrick 50.00
Fulwood, Mrs. M. S.. Citra. 200.00
J. S. Grantham 100.00
F. M. Gale ... 100.00
Mrs. E. B. Green 300.00
Mrs. S. E. Grant ........... 50.00
Gillen, Mary A., Ocala ...... 2000.00
Griffin, Miss Lulu 50.00
Geiger, Fred, Lowell : ....... 50.00
David W. Goodwin. Ocala... 50.00
Ruth M. Giles, Ocala....... 100.00
Leafy F. Giles. Ocala 50.00
J. B. George, Morriston JOO.OO
Arthur G. Gates, Ocala. ..... 2000.00
Mrs. O. T. Green, Ocala. 200X0
Wilbur Y. Gary, Ocala ....... 100.00
Miss Maude L. Gary, Ocala. 100X0
Chas. S. Gates, Ocala. ...... 100.00
Geiger, Oscar, Lowell 50.00
Gillingham, W. B.,, Ocala 500.00
Galloway, Mrs. Laura, Ocala 100.00
Gibson, Amy, Ocala '. .'. 100X0
Jastes are both
pfeased and satisfied with the
aroma and flavor of: Pos"tum.
It goes wrtiiout saying -that its
healthful and nourishing quali qualities
ties qualities far outclass those or coffee
Pbsfeim comes in ivo forms;
Postum Cereal wKicK musLe boiled,
and Instant Postum, made in the cup
in a moment. They are equally delicious
and the cost per cup i$ ahout the same
"There's a jR&&s
Gerig, A. E., Ocala ........ 100.00
Griffm, DeWitt, Ocala...... 100.00
Gardner, Mrs. Maggie, Sfield 100.00
Gale, M iss Mary, Belleview. 100.00
Godwin, Jesse E., Ocala. ..... 100.00
Graham, M. D. L, Ocala.... 150.00
Graham, Mrs. Cora B Ocala 250X0
Gilmore, Jas. M., Ocala.:.... 50X0
Gallagher, W B Ocala. . 200.00
Griffm, Miss Edith. Ocala... 50.00
Gill, A. J, Anthony. ..:.... 50.00
Green, Maggie, Anthony. ... 50.00
Griffm, Miss Ossie, Anthony. 1000.00
Griggs, J. B. Lynne ........ 100.00
Gerig; Mrs. J. J., Ocala .... 500X0
Gaitskill, S. H, Mcintosh.. 1500X0
Gale, Oscar M., B'view. . . 100X0
Goldman, B., Ocala... . . .. 1000.00
Guthrie, Mrs. A. L., Kendrick 50.00
Guthrie, John J., Kendrick. 100.00
Grimn, A. R., Anthony..;... 500.00
Greene, E. B., Ocala . .". ... 200X0
Gale, Mrs. F. R, B'view 200X0
Gorden, Florence, Anthony. 200X0
lirantham, J. Ocala...... 100.00
Gale, Frank M., Belleview. . 100.00
Green, Mrs. E- B, Ocala.... 300.00
Grant, Mrs. S. E Belleview. .50.00
Gary, Mrs. Georgia Y Ocala 200.00
Grantham, J. L., Sparr J 250.00
Grantham, Rosa L, Sparr. . 250.00
Grantham, Florence Sparr. . 250.00
Grantham, Lillian, Sparr. . 250.00
Green, Geo. C4 Ocala... : . 100.00
Grantham, JB. A., Sparr. .... 50.00
Grantham, Harvey D., Sparr 50.00
Goodwin, M. R.f ... . ...:.. 250.00
Goodwin, Y. C. T. ..... . . 250X0
Grass, John 50.00
Gates, Mrs. N. M Ocala 500.00
Harris, Mrs. Frank E Ocala 300.00
Harris, W. W, Ocala ..... 100.00
Hudgens, Miss Mamie L.,
Lynne ............ ...... 100.00
Hudgeris, J. Lynne ...... 100.00
H. Harold .. 50.00
Harrelson, J. M., Sfield .... 50.00
Hutchinson, J. T.,v Romeo .. 100.00
Hickel. S Ocala ... ........ 50.00
Hardin, Smith, Ocala . ... 100.00
Howell, Mrs. E. L., Oak-. . 1000.00
Hudnell, Mrs. E. G Ocala... 100.00
Hightower, W. C, Belleview. -i 50.00
Hardison, J. F Belleview. . 50.00
Hitt, W. H., Tallahassee. ... 100.00
Henderson, E. M., Ocala. ... 50.00
Haughton, M., Ocala. ....... 100.00
Hitchings, J. E, Ocala...... 5X.00
Henderson, H. H- Ocala.... 100.00
Heisler, Jay S., Ocala ...... 100.00
Hocker, F. R Ocala . ..... 250.00
Hood, Mrs. Louise, Ocala.... 100.00
Holloway, C A., Ocala...... 50.00
Hunt, Miss Winnie, Ocala... 200.00
Hull, Mrs. Ann A., Lynne.. 250.00
Howse, Mrs. Frances A
Ocala .. .......... 5000X0
Hazard, Miss Louise, Ft.
Hickson, L. T, Mcintosh . 100X0
Hunter, R. ML, Micanopy. ... 50.00
Hatchett, B. Orange Lake 500.00
Hough, James, Sumerfield.. 50.00
Heintz, Nicholas. Ocala .... 100.00
Harold, Mrs. Amy, Ocala . 100.00
Holly, Mrs. Annie IL, Ocala. t 100.00
Holly, Miss Carrie, Connor. 200.00
Hayes, Estell Fort, Ocala... 50X0
Helvenston, E. T., Ocala. . 2800.00
Hall, Henry O, Ocala....... 50X0
Hillman, Mrs. J. M., Anthony 100.00
Hillman, J. SL, Anthony 50X0
Howell, Chas. Lowell 500.00
Hudnell, Mrs. E. G.; Ocala.. 300.00
Henderson, Miss Mamie, . . : 50.00
Henderson, C. T, Lynne .... 50.00
Henderson, Mrs. Julia, Lynne 100X0
Holly, Mrs. Robert, Connor. 50.00
Harriss, Albert O., Ocala... 200.00
Harris s, Mrs. Mary W., Ocala 60.00
H. T. Hall. Lowell .$ 200.00
Henry J. Hall, Sparr 50.00
Miss Ruth Hardee, Ocala.... 50.00
M. R. Hunnicutt, Ocala. ..... 100.00
Frank Hagin, Ocala......... 50XP
Noble W. Harrison Ocala .... 5000.00
Rev. J. R. Herndon, Ocala. . 50.00
B. J. Hunter, Ocala... ...... 150.00
EL P. Higgs, Ocala 50.00
T. H. Higgs, Ocala. ....... 50.00
H. G. Hull, Reddick. ........ 1000.00
Holcombe, J. Harry, Ocala .. 100.00
Harold, J. W, Ocala 50.00
Hinton, J. W., Ocala . ..... 100.00
Hunt, Mrs. B. M., Ocala . . 50.00
Harold, Wilfred. Ocala ...: 1 50X0
Heseman, H. C Ocala ...... 50.00
Howard, E. M Ocala...... 500.00
Howell, Mrs. M. A Anthony 400.00
Haines, Leo B Belleview. . 50X0
Hall, Louis, Lowell ...... . 50.00
Hickman, Mrs. Charlotte B. . 50.00
Hall, H. T. Jr., Lowell . . . 50.00
Howell, Emma M., Anthony. 10Q.00
Hafner, Mrs. H. R., Belleview 50.00
Hafner, Adam, Belleview. . 50.00
Harris, Mrs. C. A. ... ....... 100.00
Harison, Noble W, Oklawaha 2000.00
Holder, Mrs. Anna M Ocala ,1000.00
Hightower, Mrs. M. A., Bview 100.00
Holly, Mrs, Annie E. ..... 100.00
Henderson, Mrs. H. H.. . ... 100X0
Hagin, John W Citra. . . 100.00
Holland, A. H., Citra. ...... 100.00
Hall, Jas. E. B., Citra. . . 50X0
Hill, J. Warren, Ocala. ..... 100X0
Hall, G. A., Ocala. ..... ... 200.00
Hall, R. S, Ocala ........ . 3000.00
Harrington Hall' Hotel 500X0
Henry, Mrs. H. W. Jr... 50.00
Henry, Catherine .......... 50.00
Hammons, Mrs. M. P. -.... 50.00
Hammons, Miss Rowena. . 50.00
Howell, A. D. ......:. .' 100.00
Hegan, J. R, Burbank. ..... 100.00
Hull, W. F., Orange Lake .... 100.00
Hampton, H. M., Ocala..... 250.00
Henry, Dr. H. W.f Ocala .... 700.00
Hocker, William, Ocala. . . 5000.00
Hightower, J. O., Belleview. ; 50.00
Hilton, Mrs. M. E., BeUeview 100.00
Hood, Dr. E. Van, Ocala 200X0
Howell, Edw. B., Oak. . . 50.00
Howell, Ruth, Oak . .. .... 50X0
Howell, Estelle, Oak . 50.00
Howell, Robt. LJ, Oak ...... 50.00
HowelL Chas. J.,, Oak 50.00
Israeison, Max, Ocala...;... 100.00
Izlar, Mrs. A. L., Ocala. ..... 50.00
Izlar, Dr. A. L., Ocala...... 50.00
Ingram, A. F Savannah.... 300.00
Irvine, D. H, Orange Lake .. 500.00
Izlar, Dr. A. L., Ocala .... 50.00
Irvine, D. H., Orange Lake. 500.00
Izlar, Dr. A. I, Ocala. 50X0
Ingram, A. F., Savannah, Ga. 100.00
Jas. H. Jones 100X0
Charles Johnson . .... .. 50.00
II. E. Jones .......... 500.00
Jones, H. C, Ocala. . 500.00
Juhan, Mrs. M. C, Ocala 50.00
Juhan, Mrs. M. C, Ocala 50.00
Jones, Miss Olive, Oaks 50.00
Jones. Huilum, Oak. . ..... 100.00
Jackson, Mary C, S'mfield. . 50.00
Jones, T. P., Anthony. 50.00
Johnson, Mrs. J. C, Ocala.. 50.00
Jordan, Mrs. E. C, Ocala. ... 500X0
Jaokson, B. F., Eastlake.... 50.00
Jones, R. D., Ocala.. ...... 200.00
Jones, Mrs. Ada Ik, Ocala... 50.00
Jewett, Stephen, Ocala...... 100.00
John W. Johnson, Sparr. ... 50.00
Sam A. Johnson, Sparr .... 100.00
J. A. Jones, Flemington..... 50.00
Johnson, Charles, Ocala . . 50.00
Jones, II. C Ocala ....... 500X0
Jordan, E. C. & Co Ocala... 1000.00
Jones, Sam M Kendrick.;.. 50.00
Johnson, J. C, Ocala. . . 3000.00
Josselyn, J. R., Eastlake .... 200.00
Johnson, T.-L, Summerfield..
Johnson, Joshua,' Belleview. 50.00
Justice, Miss Eva A-, Oak. . 50X0
Jackson, Miss Lila M Citra. 50.00
Jackson, Allen, Citra... 50.00
Jones, Wylie, Boardman..... 100.00
Jackson. Will, Boardman.... 50.00
Joh nson, E. T, Evinston.... 50.00
; Johnson, O Reddick........ 50.001
Kretmeyer, Adolph, Lowell .
W. M. King, Reddick.......
Mrs. A. M. Kichline, Ocala.
Klock, J. E., Eastlake.
Kindt, N. Ocala
Knoblock, J. BL, Ocala......
Knoblock, V. E, Ocala.... .-
Keep, B. B. Boardman . .
Knox, Dr. R. L., Mcintosh .
Kostalan, Otto, Summerfield.
Klock, Jas. H Eastlake....
Klock, Mrs. Margaret, ELake
Knight & Lang, Ocala. 100.00
Kemball, Harvey, Ocala 50.00
Knoblock, Pvt. D. E., Ocala.. 100.00
Knoblock, Jas. J., Weirsdale. 100.00
Keefe, Miss Pearle, Ocala... 50X0
Knoblock, I. N, Ocala ...... 100.00
Kilpatrick, Worry, B'view. . 50X0
Logan, Mrs. Mary Ocala. 100.00
Lee, W. R Eastlake ..... . 500.00
Lovell, S, Sparr. 50.00
Leavengood, E. W., Ocala... 50.00
Leavengood, P. Ocala.... 200.00
J. W. Linderman ............ 50.00
W. B. Livingston ..........
L. S.- Light ................
Leak, Geo. T, Ocala. . ....
Luff man, H. R., Sparr. . .
Lopez, Narcisco, Ocala .....
Lane, Norris, Ocala ........
Lummus, S. M., Ocala j .....
Leigh, Mr. and Mrs. S. E....
Luff man, Ray, Sparr .
Luff man, Willard O.
Lowell, S. G Summerfield..
Lyles, W. J, Summerfield .
Lewis, John T., Oklawaha
Leavengood, H. D., Ocala
Logan, i Mary C, Ocala .
Logan, John R., Ocala
Luckie, Mrs. Laura, Ocala ..
Lindsay, R. E., Anthony.....
G. B. Lawton, Ocala. ... . .
Walter Luffman, Sparr......
Jas. M. Lee, Homosassa. .
Ernest W; Luffman, Sparr..
Louisa La Roche, Ocala......
Lloyd, Mrs. Sarah H Ocala
Luffman, J. W Sparr ......
Luffman, W. O., Sparr ......
Luffman, F. W., Sparr ....
Lege, J. G., Eastlake.......
Lucius, Wm., Belleview. .
Loos, Mrs. C. E., Ocala.....
Lytle, E. B., Weirsdale......
Lytle, John S., Weirsdale....
Lindner, Mrs. E. G., Ocala..
Lane, W. N., Ocala.........
Learning, George, Weirsdale.
Luffman, Claude IL, Sparr.
Lanford, Mrs. W. Citra..
Legar, Davis W- Citra... ...
Layton & Burnett ........... 50X0
Leigh, Mrs. Samuel. Ocala.. 100.00
Little, M. SL, Ocala ........ 200.00
Lindner, Dr. E, G" Ocala.... 100.00
Looney, George, Ocala . 100.00
M. & a National Bank 35,000.00
Miller, C. Y., Ocala ......... 1000.00
McKenzie, L. B Ocala ...... 100.00
Munroe, T. T., Ocala. ...... 1000.00
Meffert, J. M., Ocala. ...... 1000.00
Munroe, Robt. T.. Ocala.... 50.00
Munroe, Miss Annie, Ocala .. 50.00
Munroe, Miss Abby, Ocala.. 50.00
MerrelL E. W Ocala....... 50.00
Manon, John K, Ocala...... 50X0
Miss Elizabeth Mizelle, OLke 50.00
Louis H. Martin, Sparr. .... 50.00
John B. Martin, Oklawaha... 100.00
Mrs. L. C. Maughs, Ocala ... 50.00
W. L. Miller, Micanopy..... 500.00
Emanuel L. Martin, Elect ra. 100.00
John W. Mann, Oklawaha...
Mt. Moriah Baptist church..
MinshalL Mrs. H. S Ocala..
Moremen, C W, Ocala......
Martin, R. L., Ocala..... ...
Manor, Jnq. L., Ocala......
; Malever, Arthur, Ocala
Mixon, J. KL, Irvine ..... 100.00
Modern Woodman, Mcintosh 50.00
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
OCALA, EVENING STAB, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 24, 191$
Who will the Victory Boys be? 6t
Mr. G. C. Folks has moved
Belleview to Summerfield.
A new lot of Service Flags
BOOK SHOP. 3t
Grand Secretary M. M. Little of the
Florida Odd Fellows lodge, made a
flying business trip to Gainesville
Wednesday afternoon. Among the
other pleasant duties he had to per perform
form perform was to place in the lodge's safe safety
ty safety vault at the orphan's home quite a
bunch of fourth liberty loan bonds re recently
cently recently purchased by the grand lodge.
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
Mr. J. G. Swaim has returned from
a visit to his old home in North Caro
lina. The occasion for his going to
the Old North State was a family re
union, which is held annually at the
old iamuy nomestead. JLhere are an
even dozen children, and this year
they came from every section of the
country from the Atlantic to the
Pacific and from the Gulf of Mexico
to the New England states, nearly all
of them being in Uncle Sam's service.
Christmas Cards for the Soldiers
and Sailors. Buy now as the stock is
limited. THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
Mr. and Mrs.1 Barrineau have re
ceived a letter from their son, Plowdy,
somewhere in France, saying he was
enjoying the best of health. He had
received a letter from home, the first,
and was very glad to get it.
Sales ladies wanted. Apply to
Crorey's 5 and 10c store. 23-6t
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
(Continued from Third Page)
The name of Mrs. F. G. B. Weihe
was omitted from the list of subscrib-
for the fourth liberty loan drive
LIST OF MARION COUNTY
SUBSCRIBERS TO THE
FOURTH LIBERTY LOAN
(Continued from Third Page)
Mrs. W. T. Whitley has received a
photograph of Ellis Brigance, now a
sturdy Jack tar on one of Uncle Sams
warships. Ellis surely looks well
satisfied with his job.
Service Stationery for all branches
of the Army and Navy. Stock is
limited. THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
Who will the Victory Boys be? 6t
We are just in receipt of a splendid
line of Leather Goods consisting of
Card Cases, Purses, Coin Bags, Col Col-lector's
lector's Col-lector's Wallets, Brief Cases and a
number of items suitable for gifts.
We advise shopping now. Many of
these will not be obtainable in Decem December.
ber. December. THE BOOK SHOP. 3t
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
The "Easeall" Shoe, a perfect arch
protecting shoe, at Little's Shoe Par Parlor.
lor. Parlor. 24-tf
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to "pack "package,
age, "package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
Dr. Eddison's Cushion Sole Shoe for
tired and tender feet, at Little's Shoe
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
A 1917 "model Ford touring car for
sale at the Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 6t
Take care of your feet. If they are
giving you trouble, have them ex examined
amined examined by M. M. Little, the only foot
specialist in Ocala. No cost to you. tf
in the notice given by the society edi editor.
tor. editor. Mrs. Weihe contributed $50 to
Mrs. F. R. Bridges was called to
bouthern College last week on ac
count of the illness of her son, Fran
cis. We are glad to report, however,
that he is able to be up and returned
home with her Friday. Bartow Cour
A card received by friends in thifc
city from Mrs. Bunyan Stephens in
Jacksonville, says that Mr. Stephens
has not had pneumonia, but has suf
fered from a severe attack of influ
enza, from which he is now recover
ing, being able to be up and about his
There are no influenza cases at the
industrial school at present. While
over half of the girls were slightly af
flicted for a few days, there was not
a single critical case, and while great
care has been given the girls by Miss
Davis and her assistants, the "flu"
decided to fly away and all the in
mates are well and happy again.
Mrs. Robert Flinn and Miss Nona
Sewell arrived yesterday afternoon
from Jacksonville, coming to be with
Mrs. J. P. Galloway during the illness
of Mr. Galloway and the two little
girls, Johnnie Lee Flinn and Merle
Sewell, all of whom are improving.
Mrs. Flinn, finding her little daughter
so much improved, will return to
Jacksonville tomorrow, but Miss
Sewell will remain with her sister and
family until Sunday. Miss Sewell is
a teacher in the Jacksonville schools.
Mrs. iii. 1. ueivenston received a
very interesting letter yesterday
from Mrs. James "Hicks Hill, who
many will remember most pleasantly
Mrs. Hill had intended spending the
winter in New York, but unforseen
circumstances has caused her to
change her plans, so she expects to
be in Nashville this winter. Mrs.
Hill's son, James will graduate from
West Point in November, and will in
an probability nave his desire to en
ter the army gratified .before another
year has gone by.
Mrs. W. H. Chaillie has returned
from a summer outing spent in New
York with her granddaughter, Mrs.
M.W. Newman formerly Miss Joad
die Harper. Mrs. Newman's husband
is paymaster on a supply ship, which
plies between this country and
France, and Mrs. Chaillie remained
with her granddaughter seven weeks,
awaiting the return of Mr. Newman.
Mrs. Newman lives in Baunbrook, N.
J., but she and her grandmother visit
ed m New York and. Philadelphia.
Mrs. Chaille reports that she enjoyed
a wonderful trip. Miami Metropolis
Mrs. Chaille formerly lived in Ocala
and is pleasantly remembered by
many friends. She is the mother of
Mrs. R. L. Harper of this city.
Mathews, R. E., Remington 100.00
Mayo, Mrs. Mary Juhan,
Massey, W. O.. Oklawaha 100.00
Mays, Jas. T., Lynne ...... 50.00
Marsh, W. H Ocala 50.00
MacKay, George, Ocala 1000.00
Merritt, Elbert, Ocala 50.00
McGuire. Wm. A.. Morriston 1000.00
Martin, G. H., Sfield ..
Martin, Robt., Oklawaha ....
Martin, Mrs. Abby, West
Mordis, Mrs.-Lillia, Ocala
McDowell Crt. and L. Co.. Oak
McArley, Mrs. J. A. Boardman
Mathews, T. S., Ocala
of 1V4 pounds.
65 cents per package
Main Street Market.
' 6t K
Mr. J. P. Preer, who has charge of
the collection of tinfoil being made in
the interest of the Red. Cross is very
proud of the progress being made. He
has placed a barrel in front of the
Marion Hardware store and the don donors
ors donors are bringing their donations in.
Among the pewter donations in a
solid pewter wash basin brought in by
Mrs. W. K. Vandervoort. It weighs
about four pounds and has quite a
history. It. was brought from Engv
land in 1787 by an ancestor of Mrs.
Vandervoort and has been in the fam family
ily family for considerably over a hundred
A 1917 model Ford touring car for
sale at the Maxwell Agency, Ocala. 6t
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.
Who will the Victory Boys be? 6t
Notice Is hereby glyen that the un undersigned,
dersigned, undersigned, under and i by virtue of a
certain final decree entered on the
30th day of September, 1918, by the
Honorable TV. 6. Bullock, judge, where wherein
in wherein A. A. Mathews Is the complainant
and Louis Casmlnski and Alice Cas Cas-minski
minski Cas-minski et al. are the defendants, on
Monday, the 4th day of November, 1918,
during- the legal hours of sale will sell
for cash at the west door of the court
house in the city of Ocala, Florida, and
during the legal hours of sale at pub pub-II
II pub-II coutcry sell to the highest and best
bidder for cash, the following describ described
ed described lands In the city of Ocala, Florida,
in Marion county, via:
The south half of lot three block
numrbered nineteen New Survey South
Ocala, or so much thereof as will be
neeessary to satisfy said decree and
W. A. JKFFCOAT.
" Special Master in Chaicery,
S. T. SISTRUNK,
Complainant's Solicitor. 10-3-thur
, With his wife, little daughter and
father-in-law all severely sick at his
home, an dalmost half the force at his
place of business also sick, our good
fellow citizen, Don Mclver, has dreary
and strenuous times these days. We
are glad to be able to say that all the
sick are showing improvement this
Mr. and Mrs. Richard McConathy's
friends are glad to see them home
agam. They have been in Kentucky
for some months, and stopped for a
few days in Asheville on their way to
miss uorotny Adams nas been on
the sick list, but is out again, as
bright and smiling as ever.
lr s. R. S. Rogers arrived Saturday
from Chicago, and joined Mr. Rogers
at the Florida House. Their brave
boy, Irving, is now helping to handle
Uncle Sam's field guns on the western
front. i. v
Little Miss Frances Mclver is very
proud of two souvenirs of the war
sent her by Lieut. Hugo Mcintosh,
who is fighting the Hun on the west western
ern western front. They are the figures five
and four, cut by the lieutenant from
the collar of a German soldier. They
indicate that the man belonged to the
54th regiment of the line, and it is a
coincidence that Lieut. Mcintosh be belongs
longs belongs to the 54th Infantry of our
army. Lieut. Mcintosh is doing' his
share toward prizing the Hun loose
Mrs. Howard Hitchings and her
smart little boy were in town yester yesterday.
day. yesterday. This was Master Jack's first
trip to town aid he semed to quite ap approve
prove approve of our city.
New cane syrup, 40 cents a quart.
Main Street Market. Phone 108. 6t
Moody, Mrs. Lillie, Sfield 50.00
Miter, Miss Laura, Morriston 100.00
Mathews, Walter, Sfield 200.00
Malever, F Ocala 100.00
Malever, J., Ocala 500.00
Murphy, Chas. R, Oak . 50.00
Morgan, Alex, York .... 50.00
Masters. H. B. Co.. Ocala ... 1000.00
Mason, Mary, Ocala
Mitchell, R. & S., Ocala....
Moorhead, Mrs. J. R., Ocala..
Morris, Henry A., Sumerfield
Mims, B. F Anthony
Mishler, C. J., Anthony 50.00
Milligan, W. R., Anthony 500.00
Matlock, J. P.. Summerfield. 50.00
Milligan, Columbus 500.00
Munroe, Miss Abby S., Ocala 1000.00
Munroe, Miss Annie Ocala.. 1000.00
Marion Hdw. Co., Ocala 100.00
Melin, Miss Lillian, Ocala... 50.00
Miller, J. L.. Martel 50.00
Meadows, H. W., Ocala 50.00
McKinney, A. S., Stanton, v. 200.00
Martin Crate Co.. Martin... 1000.00
Martin & Co., Martin.
McDowell, Miss Anna Ocala.
McDowell, Miss Mary, Ocala
Miller, Mrs. B. N., Eastlake.
Montgomery, J. E. Eastlake
Morrison, Mrs. M. K., ELake
Meffert, J. M., Ocala
Massie, Mrs. Kate, Ocala..
Mclver, D. E., Ocala.......
Martin, Frank E., Illinois. I
Mayo, Nathan, Summerfield.
Manning,; Ralph A. Anthony.
Mason, Mrs. E. R., B'view..
Merrill, Marjorie, B'view....
McClain, Albert, Candler.
Mclver & MacKay, Ocala...
G. E. Morgan
S. H. Martin, Fort McCoy...
Meadows, Mrs. Mattie, Sparr
Meadows, J. F.t Sparr.
Mathews, Willie, Oak
McAteer, W. F., Ocala
McClendon, Belleview . t 50.00
Mills, Miss Laura, Morriston 900.00
Middleton, Mrs. N. K., Citra
Melton, Jas. W., Citra ......
Moorhead, Mrs. Caroline H..
Mathews, J. C, Reddick ...
Mclver & MacKay, Ocala. .
May, I. L. & CM..........
Mobley, T. E. .....
Morrison, John H. .........
Mathews, John H. .
Moses Grocery Co., Ocala...
B. E. Martin, Ocala. .......
Martin, Mrs. A. L., Reddick
M'Intosh Presbyterian church
C. McCordell, Summerfield .
McLaughlin, A. J., Reddick:
McLean, Miss Marcella, Ocala
McCredie, Mrs. Julia, Ocala.
McCredie, Miss Janette
McDavid, Mrs. M. H., Ocala.
McCredie, John, Ocala ..... 100,00
Morgan, G. E., Ocala..
M. & C. National Bank
Peyser, Charles, Ocala......
Proctor, R. L-, Ocala
Parker, John F., York ....
Pasteur, Miss M. R., Ocala
Price, E. L, Mcintosh
Price, Mrs. Lottie, Mcintosh
Petteys, Mrs. Nellie,
Parker, Jas. A. Leroy ....
Proctor, J. D., Summerfield..
Phillips, Morris, Ocala
Pembroke, Daniel H. .......
Peterson, T. A., Weirsdale..
Proctor, M. M., Summerfield.
Perry, Mrs. C. H., Sumerfield
Perry, C. H., Summerfield...
Proctor, W. H., Summerfield
200.00 Snook, Mrs. T. B., Weirsdale
500.00 Smith, Guy, Summerfield
i aa An j Souter, John, Oak
Pillans, J. C, Electra... 100.00
Perry, P. B., Summerfield..'. 50.00
M. L. Payne, Reddick ...... 50.00
J. M. Phillips, Sparr 100.00
Walter B. Perry. S'mfield. . 50.00
Mrs. M. R. Pendleton, S'field. 50.00
Edith P. Pasteur, Ocala 100.00
Geo. C. Pasteur, Ocala......
Peter' B. Perry Summerfield
Clarence C. Priest, Anthony.
Dr. E. G. Peek, Ocala ...
John Pasteur 'Lake Weir....
Fairfield . .
P., Ocala...".. 100.00
M. L. Payne,
Perry, Mrs. C.
Phillips, Sam A., Ocala
Perry, T. Arthur, Citra.
Powell, Harry A Belleview.
Powell, Mrs. H. A., B'view. 100.00
Pelot, J. Edward, Belleview. 50.00
Parker, John F., York 100.00
Proctor, J. D., Summerfield. 100.00
W. J. Piatt, Summerfield 50.00
Peyser, Carolyn 50.00
Peyser, Babette 50.00
Peyser, Mrs. Charles 50.00
Peebles, W. R. ........ 1 50.00
Palmer, W. M., Ocala 400.00
Parrott, J. L. 200.00
Pace, Mrs. J. C, Reddick 50.00
Patterson, Mose, Reddick. ... 50.00
Quattlebaum, J. C,
Quinn, R. M., Citra 50.00
Robertson, Mrs. J. D., Ocala. 50.00
Rust, J. B., Tampa ..... 200,00
Robertson, Lanier, Ocala... 100.00
Rogers, Mrs. S. J., Eastlake. 50.00
Ruth, Will, Belleview.. .. 50.00
Reynolds, M. L., Ocala......' 400.00
Reed, Mrs. A. M, Weirsdale. 100.00
Rolin, Thomas, Oak......... 50.00
Raysor, L. M. Jr., Lowell. . 50.00
Ramey, Stewart, Citra 300.00
Roberts, Edgar, Ocala. ..... 50.00
Roberts, Merchel, Ocala 50.00
Reed, J. H., Boardman ...... -100.00
Rose, G. C, Ocala. .;. 50.00
Rader, E. L., Ocala. ........ 100.00
Rothschild, H. E., Belleview. 50.00
M. Reiff 300.00
G. C. Rose 50.00
E. S. Richards . . -. . 50.00
L. M. Raysor 50.00
Richey, Mrs. Carrie, Ocala.. 500.00
Redding, Mrs. E. J., Ocala.. 500.00
Rogers, J. R., Ocala........ 100.00
Rush, E. W.. Mcintosh .... 1500.00
Richard, Chas., Orange Lake 100.00
Redding, W. A. Jr, Sfield . w . iszc,
Richardson, P. K., Evinston.. 200.00
Redding, W. A. Jr., Sfield.. 50.00
Richards, Jacob. Lynne .... 50.00
Ruff, John, Martin ........ 500.00
Russell, Fannie,York 50.00
Roddenbury, Henry, Leroy . 50.00
Rawls, Chas. B.. Ocala 100.00
Rogers, R. S., Ocala... 300.00
Robertson, Mrs. J. D.. Ocala. 200.00
! Smith, Mrs. Mary, Oak. ....
Smith, Frank E., York......
Souter, H. D., Anthony. ....
Sims, Vaughn, Anthony.....
Sims, Moultrie B., Anthony..
Smith, Arthur Jr. Anthony..
Stewart, H. J., Anthony....
Stotesbury, Emily F., Ocala.
Sigmon, J. F., Weirsdale ...
Sims, Cora, Ocala ..........
Snowden, L. H., Summerfield
Stevens, J. W, Ft. McCoy...
Swearingen, W. H., S'mrfield
Mrs. W. W. Stripling, Ocala.
H. C. Sistrunk, Ocala..
J. M. Smith, Reddick
G. E. Smith, Reddick..
Smith, Jacob, Summerfield .
Sampson, F. C, Boardman .
Smith, Mrs. M. I. Mcintosh..
Smoak, F. E., Flemington r .
Scruggs, B. M. Orange Lake
Smith, J. C, Mcintosh ...
Spurlin, Mrs. M. V., Lake
Seymour, Hazel, Sfield . ..
Smith, Mrs. Mary L. Sfield..
Standley. Mrs. Lulo W., Ocala
Smedley, R. E., Santos......
Stuckey, A. P., Ocala. .....
Smith, D. M., Ocala........
Simmons, C. E.. Ocala
Schroder, H., Eastlake
Stroud, R. T., Ocala
Sanders, J. J., Ocala
Sanders, B.f H., Ocala.......
Servers, A., Lowell
Scott, Mrs. G. S., Ocala....
Simmons, Raiford, Ocala. .. .10,000.00
Sandifer, Miss Inez, Ocala.. 50.00
Swain. E. H.. Ocala. ........ 50.00
Sumner, R. L., Belleview. ..
Smith, Jas. M., Ocala.......
Sims, E. C, Anthony
Simmons, A.'-J., Ocala ......
Swain, Chas. V., Ocala.....
Scott, G. S., Ocala
Stokes, H. D., Ocala. . .
Shortridge, R. Ocala. ....
Smith, C. A., Ocala...
Souter, Miss S. N., Sparr...
Smith, Dr. D. M., Ocala ....
Schhitzler, Ernest,, Weirsdale
Schroeder, Mrs. J. E., EXake
Sewell, Arthur V.. S'field....
Sage, Mrs.' C. K.
Sandlin, B. II ., Ocala.......
Simpson, Mrs. Eleanor. .. ...
Smith, W. L., S. L. Weir....
Sharpe, Mrs. W. E W'dale.
Smith, Warren L. .........
Snook, Miss Grace, W'dale.
Snook, Miss M. A., W'dale.
Smith, A. C, Weirsdale. . .'.
Snook,, Theo D., Weirsdale.
Shealey, H. G., Anthony. .
Suffender, George, Oak.
Smith, W. E., Ocala........
Stewman, Miss Ruth, Lowell
Simmons, Jim, Belleview. .
Seckinger, Josiah, Martel...
Small, John D., Ocala .......
Sanders, M. F.", Morriston...
Snelling W. H., Lowell
Seckinger, Josiah, Martel...
Simmons, David F., Citra...
Smith, H. F. ..............
Schmidt, Weldon ...........
Staub, H. L. ......
Simpson, Miss H. L. ........
Sherouse, W. H., Reddick. .
100.00 VanSant. Verne. Ocala......
50.00 'Van Engelken, L. H Ocala..
100.00 jVandenbrock, A. A Ocala..
50.00 -Veal, W. R, Martel
50.00 1 Valentine, Miss G., Citra
50.00 VanNess, Carroll, MTntosh 4
50.00 1 Wallis, Mrs. M. O, Ocala.
50.00 j Wall's, Thos. H, Ocala
100.00 IWoodrow Miss Blair, Ocala.
WANTED Will want 75 women and
girls at eanning factory Friday morn morning,
ing, morning, October 25, 1918. H. A. Shaver
W. K. Lane, M. D Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala.
Miesologites, S., Ocala.
Maier, Mrs. S., Belleview. .
Maier, Wm. F Belleview...
McCredie, Miss Julia, Ocala.
McCredie, Hugh H., Ocala .
McDonald, L. E., Ocala
McCaskill, J. D.. Oak .....
A. W. McQueen, Ocala
W. E. McCarley, oBardman..
W. S. McFadden, Mcintosh..
J. A. McCarley, Boardman..
J. J. Nelson
Mrs. S. T. Nelson ... . .....
Nelson, J. W., Belleview. .
Nott, Amos L., Belleview.
Needham, Miss Annie ......
Needham, Thomas ...... .".
Nugent, P. H., Ocala. . . .
Nelson, Miss Bettie, BelPview
Neal," J. B, .Mcintosh .......
Nelson, J. W Belleview. .
Newberry, Mrs. M. E.t Ocala
Neal, J. B., Mcintosh ......
Mcintosh. . .... . .....
Noble, J. S., Morriston ....
Needham, Jos., Ocala (2) .
Owens, J. R., Ocala 100.00
Ocala National Bank 35,000.00
Ocala Manufacturing Co. . 10,000.00
Olson, E. K., Orange Lake
Ocala Telephone Co. ......
Olson, E. K., Orange Lake.
Ocala Manufacturing Co..... 5000.00
Overman, C. C, Summerfield
Ocala Coca-cola Bot Works."
Proctor,. Mrs. T. J., Sumrfield
Parr, E. L., Ocala ..........
Potter, Mrs. Ola, Ocala
Phillips, John, Eastlake....
Pearson, J. S, Ocala.
Pelot, Mrs. J. F., Ocala. ....
Priest, L. L., Anthony. .....
Pillans, L. H., Ocala........
Pooser, Abner, Ocala
Phiel, Justin, Lowell ......
Mrs. L. J. Proctor
Robertson, Jack, .Ocala. .
Rogers, C. H., Lynne 200.00
Rheinauer, Mrs. C, Ocj!a... 2000.00
Rheinauer & Co., Ocala 5000.00
Rilea, W. W-, Ocala ........ 500.00
Rentz, Geo. P., Ocala ....... 50.00
Roberts, Ida L., Ocala.. 50.00
Rou, Mrs. Esther, Lowell. ... 500.00
Rou, E. D., Lowell... 500.00
Rogers, Mrs. T., Chicago.... 50.00
Raysor, L. M., Lowell....... 50.00
Miss Mary ,Robinson; MTtosh 50.00
S. B. Robinson, M'Intosh... 50.00
Hester Raysor, Ocala ...... 50.00
J. W. Randall, Conner ... 100.00
60.00 P. T. Randall, Conner ....... 200.00
zuu.uu Rou. S. c.. Keddick 50.oo
Roddenbury, R. A.,. Ocala. . 50.00
Robertson, J. D., Ocala.. 200.00
Richard, Everett, S'mfield... 50.00
Richard, Nelson, Summrfield 50.00
Ragland, H. W., Ocala...... 500.00
Allen 'Reed, Ocala. 50.00
J. L. Remington, Summrfield 50.00
Henry G. Reynolds, Lynne... 50.00
Rheinauer & Co. (add) .... 3000.00
Redding, R. H., Ocala ...... 5000.00
Roberts, Florence J., Lynne 100.00
Sims, Miss Donnie, Ocala . 50.00
Smith, Mrs. V. P., Micanopy 200.00
Stephens, Mr. and Mrs.
A. J., Sparr ; 100.00
Souter, Shelton Daniel, Sparr 50.00
Stotesbury, Miss Emily
Ocala 4 .... ...'I- 500.00
Stripling, W. W., Ocala 100.00
Neal Stephens 100.00
W. W, Stripling . . . 100.00
K. L. Scott 50.00
Mrs. B. H. Seymour 50.00
Mamie Spencer . . . 50.00
J. H. Spencer ....... .. 100.00
Watson,' Ruth, Ocala. ......
Wartmann, H. A., Citra.....
Wartmann, Mrs. L. H., Citra'
Wartmann, Baby, Citra
Wartmknn, R. K., Citra. ....
Wartmann, Mrs. E. L., Citra.
Wartmann, E. L., Citra......
Wetherbee, Miss Wynona. ...
Wallis, Theodosia; Ocala ....
Wesson, H. S., Eastlake....
Wynne, Mrs. Amy, Eastlake
Warwick, R. J., Eastlake....
Weihe, Louis, B'view ......
Walling, Mrs. L. B., W'dale.
W. O. W. Camp 425, Sparr.
Williamson, C. Connor .....
Waldron, D. M., Bay Lake.. Lake..-Wilkes,
Wilkes, Lake..-Wilkes, John D., Ocala
Wartmann, Mrs. L., Citra .
Webb, Miss J. H., Kendrick...
Wood row, Mrs. A., L., Ocala
Winer, A. A., Ocala..
Whittier, Mrs. Ann
Walling, J. D..
Weatherbee, J; C. . i .4
Welch, 'Carlisle, Boardman..
Williams, Mrs. T., Citra ....
Williams, Thomas, Citra.'. ..
Walters, H. L Ocala..
Wilds, Mrs. W. Ocala. .
Whisenant, J. L., Belleview.
Williams, D. S., Ocala ......
Wilson, W. M Ocala
Wyckoff, John-S. Citra
Wyckoff, Mrs. J. F., Mcintosh
Warner, Lester, Ocala
Weathers, W. Vance, York .
Williams, Leroy, Morriston
Wall, H. J., Summerfield ....
Wall, H. J. and Sons, Sfield
Weihe, Mrs. G. E., Belleview
Walkup, Lt. Adam, Mcintosh
Walkup, Miss Lillie, Mcintosh
Williams, B. M, Boardman
Whittington, G. H., Fleming
Walkup, S. H., Mcintosh . l:.
B. C. Woodford, Boardman.,
W. P. Wilson, Ocala. .... .
W. T. Whitley, Ocala. ......
Miss.Josie M. Williams, Ocala
Miss Dora A. Williams, Ocala
Mrs. Julia F. Weihe, Ocala..
Rev. W. H. Wrighton, Ocala.
J. Harry Walters, Ocala. .
Mrs. Etta Wilson, Ocala.
Frank Wilson, Ocala .......
Miss Lottie Warren, M'Intosh
Cecil Willjams. Reddick. ....
Waits, N.C, Orange Lake .
Williams, Sam, Orange Lake
Waters, W. T.. Mcintosh .
Wagnon, J. E., Fort McCoy.
Wartmann, R. K., Citra. ....
Wallis, Nellie M., Ocala.....
Weaver, Mrs. M., Belleview.
Smith, W. J., Boardman 300.00
S. R. Whaley, Ocala ........ 1000.00
Charles Welk .......... 50.00
M. C. Wilson . ... ....... . 1000.00
S. R. Whaley 500.00
Revi W. H. Wrighton ....... 100.00
John Widner, Summerfield.. 50.00
Young, A, Ocala ...... 50.00
Young, A. Ocala . .'. . . : 50 00
Young, H. G., Reddick 100.00
Yonge, R. E, Ocala.
Yongue, J. E., Mcintosh.
D. R. Zetrouer, Micanopy ....
Mrs. T. P. Drake, Ocala. . .
Miss Ruby Cappleman, Ocala
DON'T USE TELEPHONE
UNLESS YOU HAVE TO
Chas. R. Tydings : 1000.00 Zoll, Dr. F. C, Mcintosh
Thomas, J. M.. Ocala 500.00 In r. Ztrour. Mipinnn
TenEyck, Mrs. G. Ocala'. t . 50.00
Turner, Geo. D. Ocala...... 100.00
Thompson, Mrs. M. R-, Ocala 800.00
Turnipseed, J. E., Ocala..... '100.00
Tenley, Walter, Ocala ....... 50.00
Thompson, Mrs. S. V., Ocala. 2000.00
Tison, J. H., Ocala ... 1000.00
Townsehd, E. P., Ocala 400.00
Todd, Mrs. R. G., Ocala. .. . 50.00
Temberlake, Mrs. B. I, Oak. 50.00
Todd, Mrs. R. G. ......... 50.00
iTourtellot, James, Burbank.. 100.00
Tydings, C. R., Ocala... 1000.00
Toffaletti, Louis, Ocala 100.00
Charles Peyser ............ 200.00
Jean Mauch Petty .......... 50.00
Harris Powers 50.00
Phillips, Morris, Ocala 50.00
Priest, Walter A., Ocala 500.00
Porter, Miss Marguerite. . 50.00
Parker, J. F. York ... . . 100.00
Porter, Miss Marguerite,
Ocala ; ...... .. 50.00
J.- A. Scruggie, Summerfield. 50.00
L. Senn, Summerfield 50.00
Spencer, M. S., Ocala. 50.00
Smith, D. S, Ocala ,50.00
Scott, Miss K. L Ocala -50.00
Sexton, Thomas, Ocala 100.00
Strange, James, Ocala ..... 50.00
Smith, J. L., Martel 100.00
Stovall, Mrs. M. H., Ocala... 500.00
C. A. Smith, Hawthorne 2000.00
Stephen E. Civil, Sparr 50.00
J. L. Smith, Mariel.... 500.00
Aaron Simpson, Mcintosh ... 50.00
Joesph Stanaland, Lynne.... 1500.00
P. H. Schafer, Ocala .... 50.00
Miss M. M. Sheppard, Ocala. 50.00
Joseph Stanaland, Lynne... 2000.00
Smoak, J. L., Ocala 50.00
Stuart, Chas. H., Ocala. 50.00
Sawaya, M. S Ocala 300.00
Stuart, George, jOcala 50.00
Sanchez, Jas. F., Ocala..... 50.00
Stevens, Miss' Nellie 100.00
Sistrunk, S. T Ocala, 100.00
Tremere, Miss Elie B'view.
Tremere, Mrs. M. A., B'view
Tremere, Chas. A B'view.
Tremere, Chas. A., B'view. .
Thompson, Mrs. M. R., Ocala
Timmons, M. J., Citra....."!
Thomas, Walter, Irvine .....
Turnipseed, E. M., Martin..
Thomas, Walter, Citra.
Taylor, John I., Sparr. . .
Tydings, Mrs. E. G., Ocala..
Turner, R. E.
Taylor, C. W. Jr. .....
Thomas, Mrs. J. McLean....
Tarver, Mrs. Georgia W.
Tally, J. W. Ocala ........
Todd, Rush H.. Ocala ......
Todd, Mrs. Rex G., Ocala ..
Todd, Mrs. Rex, Ocala 50.00
Thompson, Miss Julia, Ocala 50.00
Thompson, Miss Evelyn..... 50.00
Tally, J. W., Ocala ..... 400.00
Thorn, W. B, Anthony. ..... 500.00
Thomas, Mrs. A. T., Ocala. 50.00
Tuhnipseed,' J. C, Mcintosh 1000.00
Thigpen, Walter ( Orange
Tanner, B. N.,f Belleview ....
Theus Brothers, Ocala .......
Taylor Printing Co., Ocala..
Townsend, N. J., Martin....
Tydings, Mrs. E. G, Ocala..
Tompkins, D. W., Ocala 1000.00
Tucker, Ed., Ocala 500.00
Mrs. S. V. Thompson, Ocala 50.00
James E. Thomas, Sparr. . 100.00
Jas. J. Taylor, Ocala........ 200.00
M. W. Teuton, Martin 500.00
Samuel Thompson, Ocala.... 50.00
C. R. Veal, Cotton Plant. .... 50.00
J. R. Thomas, Mcintosh..... 50.00
Tucker, Ed., Ocala 500.00
Thomas, A. T., Ocala 500.00
Townsend, Frances M.JOcala 200.00
Townsend, Georgia D'Qcala 200.00
Tydings, C. R., Ocala. ...... 1000.00
Toffaletti, L Ocala 100.00
Tillman, W. J., Ocala... 100.00
Voughn, Mrs. B. F Orange
The Telephone Company is doing
all in its power to give prompt ser service.
vice. service. Please don't use your telephone
unless compelled to do so. Cooperate,
we will weather the epidemic without
serious interference with the service..
All non-subscribers should be refused
use of your telephone, except to call a
doctor and turn in fire alarm.
OCALE TELEPHONE CO. tf
AT THE CLOSE OF THE
CIVIL WAR ;
SAID: "We have Cleaned
up a Colcssal JOb Toe
Next Grct Question
will be the Abolition
ot The liquor Traffic"
Make the Great Emancipator's
Word Come True
NOV. 5TH, 1318.
UNDERTAKERS and EHIBALMERS
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mods:note dates or sequential designation Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
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mods:title Ocala weekly star
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Marion County (Fla.)
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Ocala evening star
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