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perature. temperature. OCALA, FLORIDA, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918.
VOL. 25; NO. 2G9
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Are Being Informed of Terms
of the Allies
WILL BE Gill THE DAYS TO SURRENDER OR COIITIII
Paris, Nov. 8, 4:20 a. m. The Ger German
man German delegates sent to the French
front to receive the terms of- armis armis-tics
tics armis-tics crossed the allied line near La La-Capelle
Capelle La-Capelle last night. They were taken
to a house, where they stayed for the
night. The delegates this morning
will be conducted to the place in the
Department of the Aisne fixed by
General. Foch. The trip will take
about four hours. ,
MADE A QUICK TRIP
- London, Nov. 1 8 12:36 p. m. The
German armistice delegates arrived
at Gen. Foch's headquarters at six
o'clock this morning, according to ad advices
vices advices reaching here.
SEVENTY-TWO HOURS IN WHICH
V TO DECIDE
Washington, xNov. 8. 8.-armistice
armistice 8.-armistice delegation, it
officially. todayAentered in conference
with General Foch at 9 o'clock this
" morning, French time.. In making
this announcement the state depart department
ment department adds that if it is found the Ger German
man German delegates must refer the armis armistice
tice armistice terms to Berlin, they will be giv given
en given seventy-two hours from the time
the decision is reached .in which to
TIME WILL SOON BE UP
Paris! Nov, 8, 3:20 p. m. The sev
enty-two hours withjn which the Ger German
man German reply must; be received will end
at 11 o'clock Monday morning.
MEANWHILE FIGHTING GOES ON
- - ; i
Washineton. Nov. 8. An official
diplomatic dispatch from France to
day emphasized the -fact that General
Foch is empowered only to deliver the
armistice terms-to the Germans ana
receive their acceptance, and: that
peace negotiations are not the busi
ness of military commanders. Any
. suspension of hostilities before an
' armistice is signed, even if they are
, asked on philanthropic grounds, is de
clared to be out of the question.
ABOUT TO PUT THE SKIDS UN UNDER
DER UNDER BILL
London, Nov.6. German majority
parties have held a final discussion on
the question of the emperor's abdica abdication
tion abdication and will without doubt unani unanimously
mously unanimously demand that he abdicate. It
wiL'. probably come tomorrow, accord according
ing according to a Berlin dispatch to the Copen Copenhagen
hagen Copenhagen Politiken.
REVOLUTIONISTS CUT RAILWAY
Copenhagen, Nov. 8. The revolu revolu-'
' revolu-' tionists have cut the Norjh" German
railway line south of Flensburg in
Schleitzweig-Holstein. This ; breaks
communication f ronv the north with
FRENCH ARE GLAD
TO SEE OUR BOYS
7 Mrs. J .F. Webber has received the
following letter from her son, Wellie,
now with our other boys in France:
France, October 3, 1918.
Dear Mother: I am well and hope
this finds all at home the same. Had
a fine trip over and was only sick a
little two days. Had the pleasure of
seeing George Wenzel in London, but
did not' have a chance to talk to him
' as our time was limited there. France
v is wonderful and it is a very funny
sight as we march through towns to
- have every one run to windows and
doors and look at us as though we
were a circus coming to town. We are
still going and anxious to get at the
Boches. Your son, Wellie.
It is impossible to hire a sign writer
this year, so I advise those who have
banners or sign work to be done for-
the fair to bring it in at once, to vaoid
- Swaim Sign System.
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Premature Reports of an Armistice
May Cause Great Trouble to
Government and People
Washington, Nov.. 8. When the
state, war and navy departments
ened this morning at 9 o'clock,
ere was. no information that an
armistice had been signed by the Ger German
man German envoys. ' k
NOTHING BEING WITHHELD
Washington, Nov. 8. At the pres
ident's decision. Secretary Lansing
issued a statement shortly after noon
saying that the statement- that news
regarging the armistice was being
Withheld is utterly false.
Anxiety among officials of the gov government
ernment government today over renewal of the
wild and premature demonstrations
started yesterday by a false report of
the signing of an armistice, almost
PMOST MADAL ADD STAFF G0I1SIDER1IJB SUS SUS-PEI1SI0II
PEI1SI0II SUS-PEI1SI0II OF THE HMD DRAFT
Washington, Nov. 8. Provost Mar Marshal
shal Marshal General Crowder today called
into conference all sections of his of office
fice office to discuss the possiblesuspension
of the November draft calls, under
which more than 300,000 men have
been ordered to the army camps.
INCREASED PAY FOR TELE TELE-GRAPH
GRAPH TELE-GRAPH OPERATORS
' Washington, Nov. 8. An order
granting railroad telegraphers a gen general
eral general wage increase will be issued in a
few days, by Director General Mc Mc-Adoo,
Adoo, Mc-Adoo, it was said today at the offices
of the railroad administration. The
advance, it was said, would average
about $30 a month.
CALL FROM CONTROLLER
Washington, Nov. 8. The comp comptroller
troller comptroller of the currency' today called
for a statement of the condition of all
national banks at the close of busi business
ness business November 1st.
equalled interest in the outcome of
the conference. Word that the dras drastic
tic drastic conditions under which the Amer American
ican American and allied advance may stop is
awaited with calm confidence, but it
is realized that the premature cele celebrations
brations celebrations may create a grave situa situation,,
tion,, situation,, resulting in a material interrup interruption
tion interruption to industrial and business activ activities.
CARD OF THANKS
Mrs. J. T. Clayton asks the Star to
express her thanks for their kindnesw
during the illness and after the death
of her husband, Mr. J. T. Clayton,
week before last, and also her appre appreciation
ciation appreciation of the many beautiful flowers
sent to the funeral.
(ill ydDnn say
NATL CATHOLIC WAS
COUNCIL K. af &
IT WILL BE A
Names of Subscribers to United War
Work-Fund Will be Published
from Day to Day
A list of subscribers to the United
War Work campaign will be publish published
ed published from day to day next week.
Realizing the necessity of giving
more than in the Red Cross drive,
some voluntary subscriptions of sub substantial
stantial substantial sums have been sent in as
follows: v v-
Taylor Bros. . $ 500.00
M'Dowell Crate & Lumber Co. 500.00
Munroe & Chambliss Stock
Farm : 500.00
Ben Rheinauer ...... 250.00
A Lady Friend ........ . 100.00
Each Will Have Credit for Its Own
The women workers in the cam campaign
paign campaign will have their own list, and
the colored people will have theirs, so
it is up to all to do their best in pat patriotic,
riotic, patriotic, rivalry.
The Rainbow Division, in which a
number of Marion county boys are
fighting, took west Sedan as announc announced
ed announced in the Star yesterday. And by the
way, only the western part of the
town is in our hands. Today's dis dispatches
patches dispatches announce the main portion of
the town yet in German hands, tho'
they-' will probably soon retreat.
toommll) .fiUne flranfls
Ttoy fflntolk ffliiey
Soon Recover Mons and
Fif.1 GERMANY SHOW THAT SOME SECTIONS ARE
. UNDENIABLY III REVOLT
Paris, Nov. 8. It is officially an announced
nounced announced that French troops resumed
their advance along the whole front
this morning. French units have
reached the railway junction at Liart,
about twenty miles north of Rethel.
On the right where the French lines
join the American lines, the French
today captured Singly, less than
eight miles south of Mezieres, v and
Frenois, one mile west of Sedan. Fif Fifteen
teen Fifteen hundred prisoners and much war
materia were captured yesterday.
BRITISH WILL SOON BE IN MONS
London, Nov. 8. The British are
continuing to advance along the ac
tive battle front. General Haig to today
day today aannounced the capture of two
villages in the region Jsetween Mons
and Maubeuge. 1
" AMERICANS RESTING
With the Americans on the Sedan
Front, Nov. 8, 5 p. m. (By the As Associated
sociated Associated Press) The American front
continued inactive this afternoon so
far as the infantry arm is concerned.
The enemy is taking advantage of
the lull to remove as many units and
pieces of artillery as possible.
V HOW ABOUT THE OTHERS?
" London, Nov. 8. A Berlin wifeless
today-says: "The Third squadron re remains
mains remains faithful to the government.""
DIDN'T SFI10 IT
The Fake Report of an Armistice that
, Was Spread All Over the
, Country Yesterday
New York, Nov. 8. False reports
that 1 Germany had accepted the ar armistice
mistice armistice and fighting had ended threw
the country into dlimium yesterday
and turned out. to be the greatest hoax
of recent years. Official assurances
that the report was false failed to
check the almost riotous demonstra demonstrations
tions demonstrations which swept over many Amer American
ican American cities. The dispatch, which wa&
cabled from France to the United
Press and circulated through the
country, declared the armistice was
signed at 11 o'clock in the morning
and fighting ended at 2 inthe after
. Official denial was given by the
state department at Washington and
tlie foreign office in London. How However,
ever, However, the .false report was not easily
overtaken, and demonstrations ap approaching
proaching approaching hysteria ruled in many
cities. Business was suspended,
schools closed, bells were rung and
whistles shrieked. -, Prayers were of offered
fered offered in churches and parading citi citizens
zens citizens jammed the streets. The stock
exchange was closed.
CATTS HAS REMOVED BOONE
Governor Lays' Blame for the Marian Marian-na
na Marian-na Disgrace on Swearingen,
Sheats and Crawford
To the Citizens of Florida:
I Gentlemen: No one more deeply de deplores
plores deplores the terrible conditions existing
at the reform school than does your
governor. When I became governor
I instituted a great fight agrinst the
present superintendent of said home,
but I had only one vote in the cabinet
meeting, and could never get him re removed.
moved. removed. I saw, the first time I went to
this institution, that it was not up to
the other institutions in the state, in
the point of efficiency, cleanliness,
feeding and the general up-keep of
the personnel of the boys. In fact, it 1
has never been a school at all, and. the
name school has been a mockery, and
I tried my best to get Mr. Boone, the
superintendent, removed, and to puv
in an up-to-date man, I could never
influence the board to take any action
on-this condition. One trouble of this
state is, and I have fought this with
all my power. Governor Trammell in instituted
stituted instituted committees to visit the dif different
ferent different institutions in the state, and
Mr. Amos, Mr. Luning and Mr. Mc Mc-Rae
Rae Mc-Rae visit the state convict farm and
the girls' industrial school at Ocala;
Mr. Sheats, Mr. Swearingen and Mr.
Crawford visit the insarfe asylum at
Chattahoochee and theboys' reform
school at Marianna. The trouble of
this-condition is that the visiting
committees from one part of 'the in institutions
stitutions institutions do not wish to have any anything
thing anything to do with the conditions in the
other institutions. Therefore, it is im impossible
possible impossible to get the best action in re regard
gard regard to these institutions, and I have
urged upon these gentlemen that this
visiting committee business be cut out
entirely, and that all members of th
governor's cabinet, together with
himself, visit all the institutions in
the state, but oftentimes, the visiting
committee of the oilier districts does
not know about the conditions that I
report, and we cannot get action. I
am, in the meeting today, going to
insist firmly that there be no more
visiting committees, and that Mr.
Boone is removed at once, and thav
we put this boys' industrial school on
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OCALA, EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918
OCALA EVENING STAR
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OF OCALA, FLA.
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J. H. Hrnjanila, Editor
Entered at Ocala, Fla., ostof flee as
we will take pleasure in 'inspecting
our sister county's great exhibit. Welbition, every cherished hope for-the
have seen several of Alachua's f airs j future, and every .iota of power in the
close it if it took every political am
and have always found them of the
greatest interest. The Alachua Fair
will open next Tuesday and will last
for four days, and, as usual, will be
attended by a considerable number of
Marion county people.
MRS. HOCKER'S OPINION OF
THE SCHOOL AT MARIANNA
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There is just one more world event
in which the kaiser should take part.
An S. & W. .32. would complete his
career most fittingly-DeLand News.
Hope some thoughtful person will
cut a cross on ; the nose of the bullet
before he uses the gun.
All the state went democratic but
Marion, which voted independent.
Not on your, life. Marion county
always supports tha nominee. Two
years ago the Tribune bolted and sup supported
ported supported the prohibition candidate.
The Herald's compliments to the
Ocala Star, with the information that
the people, of Florida are not so back backward
ward backward as that esteemed journal '' in inferred
ferred inferred they were. Miami Herald.
The Herald's compliments are re reciprocated;
ciprocated; reciprocated; and the sympathy of the
Star is extended to the people who
were silly enough to fall for the slush
the Herald served out to them.
law, and the civil and military JVJ
strength of the state, thrown into the
A 1 A T 1 A JL T
siencn-emiiimg caiaron, to prevent
dren from crying aloud to a just heav-
en for judgment and revenge. Tam:
pa Tribune. '.
Now, then, Friend Trib, you are
shooting at the mark, and hitting it.
There is less excuse for the governor
than for any other official.
IN REGARD TO AN ARMISTICE
Mrs. William Hocker of this city
has always been a faithful worker for
the improvement of our public insti
tutions. In view of the present reve-'
lations' of matters at Marianna, the j Ir regard to an armistice, reports
following from a report that she made j oi which come in on every wind, the
We do not believe that conditions
such as are reported at the State In Industrial
dustrial Industrial School could exist in an in institution
stitution institution near Lakeland, without the
indignation, of the people waking up
to thenu What kind of folks live at
Marianna? Lakeland Telegram.
A good many of them are folks that
can live comfortable lives in five
miles of a hundred cold and hungry
boys and not care.
Every newspaper in Florida is car carrying
rying carrying the story of the disgraceful
conditions reported in the, State In Industrial
dustrial Industrial School in Marianna, and the
people ,of Florida are reading it with
their accustomed "indignation" and
then everybody will forget it untilthe
next report is made. Miami Metrop Metropolis.
Do your darndest ,to keep them
from forgetting it, sister. By the way,
ycu yourself have been so busy with
the wrongs of the well-fed and well well-clothed
clothed well-clothed suffragettes that you haven't
had any time to notice the boys till
they were forced on your attention.
Governor- (jatts admits he knew of
the disgraceful conditions at the re reform
form reform school, but says he couldn't do
any thing to correct them. Well, if
we were governor and a hell like that
was being operated under our nose,
we would have put a stop to it, if we
had been compelled to use every fgrce
or resource the state could command,
legal and military. But these boys
are poor waifs; no money, no influ influence,
ence, influence, no votes so our benign gover governor
nor governor sits complacently by and lets
them be tortured and die Lakeland
And, by the way, we wonder if any anything
thing anything has been done yet to relieve
The people of Marion county .voted
against the ten-mill amendment be because,
cause, because, in the first place, they have
plenty of good sense, which enabled
them to see thru the fallacy of the
arguments advanced by the advocates
cf increased taxation; because, in the
second place, they have good schools,
which they have liberally supported.
The Star has only voiced their opin opinion,
ion, opinion, and, as usual, it is proud to find
. itself so completely in accord with
them. A good old county is Marion,
progressive, solid, sensible and self self-supporting,
supporting, self-supporting, and its people think for
themselves. They will not be wor worried
ried worried by the criticisms of people who
do not understand them.
We have received from the manage
ment of the Alachua County, Fair a
pass for ourself and a friend to that
valuable institution, which will hold
forth in Gainesville next week,, and if
we can climb an auto going that way
before the State Federation of Worn
an's Clubs two years ago is very in interesting:
teresting: interesting: "In 1911, I think, at the board
meeting in Palatka, Mrs. W. B.
Young of Jacksonville and Mrs. Hen Henry
ry Henry Wright of Sanford, asked me to go
with' them to Marianna to see if the
conditions were such as they had
heard. I could not go, but they did
go and published a, report which was
sent to each legislator. The report
was conservative, for the "conditions
were unspeakable and a disgrave to
the state. This was the beginning of
the federation's interest, in what was
then known as the Hreform school,'"'
but was in reality only a miserable
place of detention. Our report caused
quite a stir, as we hoped, and brought
a little increase in appropriations.
We continued to talk and write and
early in 1914 Mrs. Young, Mrs. Frank
Jennings and I went to Marianna to
inspect the school, and if possible, to
organize a woman's club in Marianna
that would keep somewhat in touch
with it. We found things still in a
deplorable condition. For months I
was haunted with the memory of
poor little wizened, half -naked, bare barefooted
footed barefooted fellows and the bare, desolate
building with many of the window window-panes
panes window-panes missing and the iron bars and
the double-decked cots with a single
cotton blanket, though the weather
was so cold that we almost froze in
our heaviest winter clothes, and I re remember
member remember that we slept under four
pairs of blankets at the hotel that
night." There was no show of any
sort of industrial training and only a
miserable pretense M a plain school
with a teacher who looked too dull to
teach the alphabet. The colored insti institution
tution institution near by was more cheerful and
well kept. There seemed to be a col colored
ored colored woman, a sort of matron, who
taught the boys to sew and cook and
wash, and they were- clean vand decent
"There is a sub-board for the man
agement of these schools and at that
time, Judge Baker of Jacksonville,
was chairman. I know that he did his
very best to get a good superintend
ent but it was not possible with the
smal appropriation allowed by thfc
state. After the disastrous fire, the
legislature began to take notice: Our
federation as in session in Lakeland
at the time of thefire and we wired
regrets to the governor and urged
t he erection of new buildings on the
cottage plan. Mrs. W. S. Jennings has
recently visited the school and re reports
ports reports much progress, but still much
to be desired.
"As I said, we met with the wom
en a.t Marianna and tried to organize
a club and things looked hopeful but
after we left nothing was done. Mrs.
Jennings has since tried, with the
same experience. The women told us
that it was simply impossible to get
the s co-operation of the men in any
sort of civic work. ;
"Prof. J. L. Boone is now superin superintendent.
tendent. superintendent. I wrote him some three
"weeks ago setting forth the interest
of the club women in the school and
asked him to write me anything of
interest that I might bring -you. I
have had no reply."
Governor Catts admits he knew of
the disgraceful conditions there, but
says he was prevented by a majority
of his -cabinet from doing anything to
correct them. If we were the gover governor
nor governor of, this state, and a cesspool of
hell opened under our nose, we would
Star begs leave to direct the attention
of its readers to the following:
Our dispatches announce that the
delegates from Germany have today
reached the place appointed by Gen.
Foch for a conference. It. is not like-'
Iy that the matter that vitally effects
the entire world will be decided off offhand.
hand. offhand. The terms the Allies' offer are
known to be drastic, and the Germans ;
are certain to try to have them mod-i
It is possible but not probable that
the German envoys have the power, to
decide the matter on the spot. If they
have,' and accept, the fact may be
known this afternoon, tonight, or to tomorrow.
morrow. tomorrow. It is more likely they will
return to German headquarters, and
the decision will' be made there.
As to whether the Allies' terms will
be accepted or not, the Star 'will not
venture an opinion. I We hope they
will fee. We will not announce that
they have been until we have
thentic news to that effect.
Three Worth While
Things to Remember
Remember the United War Work Campaign from November
11th; to ;18th inclusive. JBe generous in helping the boys at
the front give the Kaiser his final knockout blow. -' ,'.
Our friend the Ocala Star refused
a political advertisement coming from
some sort of liquor combination, turn turning
ing turning down a good sized check in doing
so, The Star then pats itself highly
on the back for its virtue. But, 'bless
your soul, dear Star,, there were other
papers; who did the same thing and
never thought of advertising the fact.
This paper turned down a fufl page of
the advertisement and then forgot all
about it.-f Miami Herald.
The Star did not pat itself on the
back. It announced that it had refus refused
ed refused the advertisement and advised its
readers to vote dry. The Star never
pats itself oh the back for anything.
It never brags on itself. 'But we have
seen the Herald pat itself on the back
for virtues it did not possess. V
Shows begin at 3:30, 7 and 8:20 p.m.
Today: Louise Huff in" "T'other
Dear Charmer." Toto "comedy.
Saturday, Nov. 9: Official War Re Review."
view." Review." ; ,. ' ; t
Monday, Nov. 11: Anna Nillson in
"In Judgment ,Of Drew comedy.
Tuesday, Nov. 12: Mabel Normand
in "Back to the Woods." Pathe News.
Wednesday, Nov., 13: Wallace Reid
in "Believe Me, Xantippe;"
Thursday, Nov. 14: Billy Burke in
"Pursuit of Folly." Pathe News.
r Friday, Nov. 15:. "Inside the Lines."
v Saturday, Nov. 16: "Eagle's Wing."
Official War Review. V
M5nday, Nov. 18 : lViola Dana in
"Flowers of the Dusk.M Drew comedy.
Tuesday, Nov. 19: "The Doctor and
the Woman' from Mary Roberts
Rinehart's story, "K." Pathe News.
Wednesday, Nov. 20: "A City of
Dim Faces." Ford Weekly.
Thursday, Nov. 21: Douglas Fair Fairbanks
banks Fairbanks in "Mr. Fixit." Pathe News.
Friday, Nov. 22: "Merely Players."
Saturday, Nov. 23: "Love Swindle."
Official War Review.
Monday, Nov. 25: Bert Lytell in
"Boston Blackie's Little Pal." Drew
Tuesday, Nov. 26: Madge Kennedy
in "Friend Husband." Pathe News.
Wednesday, Nov. 27: Vivian Marttt.
in "Unclaimed- Goods." Ford Weekly.
Thursday, Nov. 28: Elsie Ferguson
in "The Lie." Pathe News.;
Friday, Nov. 29: "Grouch."
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MARIOtl CQUNTY ELECTIOn flETUBNS
Precinct and Number
No. 6. Camp Izzard .. .186
No. 7. Shady ...... ,22
No. 8 -Summerfield 15
No. 9 Lake Weir .................. 13
No.' lA-Ocala ............. .... 6
No. 2. Reddick .. .....V........... 12
No. 3. Flemington . 7
No. 4. Cotton Plant ............... 16
No. 5. Romeo .. .................. 9
No. 10. Moss Bluff 20
No. 11. Grahamville ... ............. 12
No. 12. Salt Springs 2
No. 13. Fort McCoy ................ 29
No. 14. Orange Springs ............ 4
No. 15. Linadale . ........... .
No.' 16. Citra .............. ... ..... il7
No. 17. Anthony .....,........... 16
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at Main Street Market. Phone 108. 6t
Paper ImnKmg Cups, 25 to pack
age, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
OCALA, EVENING STAR, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAIRS
If You Have Any News for thia De Department,
partment, Department, Call Fire Double-One
, or Two-Seven
; Finder Prints
Her, little fingers stain the door
, And smudge the window pane:
O'er my most treasured books she'll
Her finger marks remain;
There's flour on our piano's keys
She's fond of all the arts;
And how, her little fingers squeeze
Theix prints into our hearts.
She grow we soon no longer may
' By smears about the place, .
Detect how she has spent the day,
' Her climbs and travels trace;
; "Time will erace those tiny hints
Of pastry, sweets, mud tarts;
But not the precious finger prints
Pressed deep into our hearts!
1. Women's Department at the Fair
v The woman's department at the
A iHarfon County Fair, which' opens
V Nov. VttXi, is m cnarge oi the follow following
ing following workersx Mrs. J. H. Brinson, do domestic
mestic domestic science; Mrs. Caroline Moof Moof-head,
head, Moof-head, canning club. The department
secretaries are Mrs.' Lewis Yonce,
Mrs. H. W. Tucker, Mrs. Lester Lu-
. cas, Miss Harmon, Mrs. Sterling
Hooper, Mrs. F. W. Cook, Mrs. R. W.
In the official premium list of N the
fair, which has just been issued, it is
noted that the fair dates are one week
earlier this year. In order to co co-.
. co-. operate with our state fair and the
other county fairs of the "Associa "Association
tion "Association of Florida Fairs," it was neces necessary
sary necessary for -the dates to be pushed a
week ahead, and so the fair will be
4k held the week before Thanksgiving.
In order to co-operate with the gov government
ernment government as fully as possible, by cut cut-,
, cut-, ting out the non-essentials, and mak making
ing making the most of the practical, neces necessary
sary necessary things, the management has de de--
- de-- cided to eliminate the fancy work
department this year and give more
attention to educational matters in
school and home. In connection with
V the home educational' work, food con conservation
servation conservation will t come in for much at-
Spanish Influenza or Grip
i (By Dr. Lee H. Smith)
An old enemy is wth us again, and
whether we fight a German or a germ, i
we must put up a good fight, and not
be afraid. The influenza runs a very
brief course when the patient is care careful,
ful, careful, and if we keep the system in good
condition and throw off the poisons
which tend to accumulate within our
, bodies, we can escape the disease. Re Remember
member Remember these three C's ?-a clean
mouth, a clean skin and clean bowels.
.To carry off poisons from the system
and keep the bowels loose, daily doses
of a pleasant laxative should be taken.
Such a one is made of May-apple,
leaves of aloe, root of. jalap, and call called
ed called Dr. Pierce's Pleasant Pellets. Hot
lemonade should be used freely if at attacked
tacked attacked by a' cold, and the patient
should be put to bed after a hot-mustard
To prevent the attack of bronchitis
, or pneumonia and to control the pain,
, Anuric tablets should be obtained' at
, the drUg store, and one given every
two hours, with lemonade. The Anu
ric tablets were first discovered by Dr.
Pierce, and, as they flush the bladder
and cleanse the kidneys, they carry
away much of the poisons and the
It is important that broths, milk,
buttermilk, ice cream and simple diet
be given regularly to strengthen 1 the
system and increase the vital, resis resistance.
tance. resistance. The fever is diminished by the
use of the Anuric tablets, but in ad addition,
dition, addition, the forehead, arms and hands
may be bathed with water (tepid) in
which a tablespoonful of salaratus has
. been dissolved in a quart. After an
attack of grip or pneumonia to build
up and strengthen the system, obtain
at the drug store a good iron tonic,
called "Irontic" Tablets, or that well
well known herbal tonic, Dr. Pierce's
Golden Medical Discovery. Adv. 1
Mvcr (gi MacEay
UNDERTAKERS and EF.1DALF.IERS
: PHONES 47. 104. 855
All Kinds of
: OCALA SEED STORE
. Ocala, Florida.
tention and many new methods 'ad 'advanced
vanced 'advanced at the war work college will
be demonstrated by government
workers, in connection with the can- j
ning of meats and drying of vegeta-r
hies, as well as the usual line of can-i
ring and preserving. j
Miss Mary Kemp of Martel visited
friends in this city yesterday.
Mr. and Mrs. Newcomb Barco aruli
mother, Mrs. Sue Barco of Cotton j
Plant were shopping in our city
Miss Marguerite Moore has return returned'
ed' returned' from a lengthy visit to : Hot
Springs, Ark., and is for the present
with Mr. and Mrs. Allen McDonald.
Mrs. W. A. Barrett and little
daughter, Stella returned yesterday
from a delightful fortnight's visit
with friends and relatives in Gaines Gainesville.
ville. Gainesville. -',
Miss Aileen Farris, who has been
the guest pf her sister for several
weeks, left this afternoon for r Gra Gra-hamville.
hamville. Gra-hamville. where she will ; teach this
, e v. ; '.
Dr. S. H. Blitch, Mr. and Mrs.
Ben Blitch, Mrs. Mitchell and Miss
Mabel Hendrix were visitors from, the
Blitchton neighborhood in Ocala yes yesterday."
terday." yesterday." ; '':
Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark are
moving today from the Bell apart apartments
ments apartments on Fort King avenue into one
of Miss Meta Jewett's houses on
South Second street.
' Miss Hannay Ellis left- today for
Savannah, Ga., where she will enter
Telfair hospital. Her host of friends'
deeply regret her departure, while
they wish for her every success in her
Mrs. Lanier Robertson and chil children,
dren, children, Marie and Chester, who have
been visiting relatives at Dunnellon,
have returned home accompanied by
Mrs. Robertson's sister, Mrs. Niblack,
who will be her guest for a week.
Mrs. Rader and three children have
arrived from their former 1 home in
Tennessee to join Mr. Rader at the
residence of Mrs. Belle Mershon on
Fort King avenue. Mr. Rader is one
of the proprietors of the canning fac factory.
tory. factory. -'.-"-- :.;
The Christian church will resume
its -Sunday school service next Sun Sunday
day Sunday morning at the usual hour, 9:45
o'clock. Every member of the church
and Sunday school is requested to be
on time at the opening session.
Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Redding enter entertained
tained entertained at a delightful fishing party
Thursday for their guests, Mr. and
Mrs. W. D. Adams of Florence, Ala.
The party motored to Crystal River
early in the morning where a fish, fry
was enjoyed on the banks of the river.
Mrs. R. H.-Purdom is home from a
visit to South Georgia, where she
went to nurse her son, Foster Floyed,
who was very ill with influenza, but
who, we are glad to sajis now well
and able to resume his studies at the
Georgia Military College.' Mrs. Pur- j
dom's friends are glad to have her j
with them again. -'v
Mr. and Mrs. W. D. Adams, a brid-t
al couple of Florence, Ala., have been j
visiting relatives of the groom in and-1
around Ocala, the past week. A most
enjoyable visit the first of the week
was spent with Mrs. W. H. ; McConn.
The latter part df the week has been ;
spent with Mrs. R. H. Redding and
family at their country home near
Ocala. Mr. Adams is an employe in
the government service at Muscle
Shoals, near Florence.
The literature committee of the
Woman's Club will meet Saturday aft afternoon
ernoon afternoon at three o'clock at the club
rooms to reorganize for the winter.
Miss Stone will have charge of the
class in French. A cordial invitation
is extended to every club member, or
to any one interested in "literary
work, to come and meet with this
class Saturday afternoon, that all
may begin the French lessons at the
same time. Mrs. Warner is chairman
of this committee.
"We Can't Have Everything." the
picture at the Temple last night, was
a live, one, an. adaptation of Rupert
Hughes' novel of the same name to
the film. The story was very inter interesting
esting interesting and it lost nothing in the pic picture.
ture. picture. The entertainment tonight will
be good pretty Louise Huff, an.
Ocala favorite, will appear in "T'other
Dear Charmer," a patriotic picture, in
which she will be ably supported by
John Bowers. The ever-funny Toto
will show up in a riotous comedy, by
name of "Cleopatsy." It will be a
mighty good Friday evening show.
We would advise all who can pos possibly
sibly possibly do to to visit the canning fac factory
tory factory and orange packing house next
door to the factory. A wonderful
amount of work is being done at both
of these places, which are veritable
beehives of bustle and hurry. Besides
furnishing employment for hundreds
of people, the canning factory is do doing
ing doing a patriotic work, two carloads of
beans being canned this week for tne
government. Mrs. B. H. Seymour, who
i3 in charge of the woman's depart department,
ment, department, would be glad to have all who
feel interested to come and inspect
the work, for but few realize the im immense
mense immense amount of work being done
there, or the good that is being ac accomplished.
The Government is just as particular in trie select
tion of foods as it is in the choice of men. Both
men and materials must be the best obtainable.
1 MPx :
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Bears the distinction of
having been selected for
Army and Navy use.
The choice where no
chances are to be taken.
Calumet is pure, wholesome and
dependable. That's why it has. X
won Uncle Sam's selection
why k should win tours and
will if you'll give it a trial.
proven in millions of bake- fe--.V-
day tests that it is the best bale-
ing powder ever made. That's
why it is the biggest-selling brand r
in the world today. ;Sf-,
rYou use less of Calumet bel
cause it is the nignest grade
baking powder. One teaspoon- (
nil is equal to two te
of most other brands.
i f rv ,. i if i i u
Calumet contains only such in- i
gredients as nave been approved
under the Acts of Congress con
cerning wholesomeness of foods.
VGDQJI mVIE 1
' ; rjfcsud ; to Wow Dti i
v Ono trisl will convince ycz
f -- -A
, It is the most economical of afl.
I Millions of housewives use it,
H so do the leading Domestic
Science Teadiers and Cooking
It contains scores of selected recipes
diat Ayill help you greatly in the use of
com and other coarse flours.
Vl:3 (SallMifflielt EtaUsocdGj v
CI OO Fillmore St. Chicago, iX..
(Concluded oi Fourth. Page)
OCALA, EVENING STAB, FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 8, 1918
Mrs. A. N. Gallant returned today
to Salt Springs, at which place she is
successfully conducting the hotel,
State Attorney Scofield was in town
: The "Easeall" Shoe, a perfect arch
protecting shoe, at Little's Shoe Par-
The county guards will be out in
their new uniforms tonight.
The Western Union, messengers are
resplendent in new uniforms..
, Woodmen of the World will hold a
meeting in their hall this evening.
Pape. Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten centp at Gerig'g Drugstore.
Messrs. James and Sam Pyles, both I
i i i n ?i n )
ui wiiuiu nave yceii ui wiiu me jiu,
Mr. R. L. Turnef of Inverness, one
of our inspectors of rural schools,'
was in. town today.
The county judge has issued a mar marriage
riage marriage license to Mr. Claud H. Wells
and Miss Cleo Atkinson.
Guava paste 80 cents per package
at Main Street Market. Phone 108. 6t
The front yard,
The side yard,
.The back yard.
In front of the front yard,
On both sides of the side yard,
Dack of the back yard.
Does Ocala want Health ? Make
it a "Spotless Town."
Does Ocala want New Business
Interests? Make the town and
surrounding country ."spick and
1 Does Ocala want tourist trav travel?
el? travel? Make the town attractive!
You would not go for health,
for business investment, or for
pleasure, to a town where the
vacant stores were dirty, lots
overgrown withweeds and where
the streets were litered with
No one else will. ;
Let us clean up!
Ocala Board of Health
YOU CALL A DOCTOR r
HE IS A GOOD DOCTOR ?
SEND MS PRESCRIPTIONS'
To The 2
COURT PHARMACY j
" For the Same Reason
A. E. GERIG
. Oca la Florida
V. mWm T
0Q ft rehire
CATTS HAS REMOVED BOONE
(Continued from First Page)
a different basis. I am glad that this
agitation has occurred, for I believe
that it will do good to this institution,
which has always been a back num number,,
ber,, number,, since the fire, which occurred
curing Governor Trammell's adminIs-4
tration, and possibly before. I think
that after this, the boys' industrial
school "will be on a better basis, for
we will put a man there who has the
executive ability to do the work of
Yours very truly,
Sydney J. Catts, Governor.
Tallahassee, Nov j 5.
Since the above,, was written Gov Governor
ernor Governor Catts has removed the superin superintendent.
B.y the help of patriotic- friends,
the Star has been able to somewhat
lighten the burden of some boys in
khaki by furnishing them with cigar cigarettes
ettes cigarettes thru the tobacco fund, which
tho' now a thing of the past was a
live work while it lasted. One of the
liberal contributors to the fund was
Mr. Walter Ray, who shelled out with
his usual generosity. The other day
he received the following appreciative
letter from a soldier in France:
France, October 15, 1918.
Mr. Walter Ray, Martel, Florida.
Dear Mr. Ray: Your most welcome
little presentreceived a few days ago.
I assure you that these cigarettes
were greatly appreciated by us over
here in France. r
While we never are really in need
of donations, still something of this
natur6 is quite a treat, and am sorry
to learn that it is forbidden to send
us any more presents. We are all en-
joying our trip over here, and with
the help of our dear people and
friends at home, there can only be one
Would be more than pleased to have
you drop a line if convenient, as
letter from the dear U. S. A. is very
highly prized by all of us. .'
With best wishes and again thank
ing you for your kind favor, I beg to
remain, Yours very truly,
Corporal Herman Klinger,
2nd Depot Div., A. P. O. 762, France.
The friends of Mr..Max Wilson, the
popular proprietor of the Anti-Mo
nopoly.Drugfetore, are glad to see him
out after a battle with the flu.
Mr. H. C. Stevens, anA. C. L. time timekeeper
keeper timekeeper ,on his way home to Lakeland,
spent last night in the city, the (guest
of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Isaac
New Florida syrup in bulk by the
quart or gallon. Main Street Market.
Phone 108. V 5-6t
Bruce Meffert has received a letter
from Sergeant Edward Green, some somewhere
where somewhere ins, France. Edward had just
seen a flock of wild geese fly over and
was wishing for his old automatic
Mr. Percy Perkins, the popular
young barber, has sold out his Arcade
shop to his brother Junie, and gone to
railroading. Percy is a live boy and
if he stays on the rail will win his
way up. v
A card from Sergeant Wm. Henry
Fuller, with a machine 'gun battalion,
announces that he and his comrades
had a pleasant trip across the Atlan Atlantic
tic Atlantic to France.
Dr. Eddison's Cushion Sole Shoe for
tired and tender feet, at Little's Shoe
Parlor. : . 24-tf :
New Florida syrup in bulk by the
quart or gallon. Main Street Market.
Phone 108. 5-6t
MEETING OF TEACHERS
The public school teachers of Mar Marion
ion Marion county are requested to meet in
the Baraca hall of the Ocala Baptist
church next Saturday morning at ten
o'clock, to discuss the organization of
Junior Red Cross Auxiliaries in the
schools of the county. Any patrons
who are interested are also invited to
By order of thechairman, W. H.
Nellie C. Stevens, Secretary,
For expert piano tuner phone 427.
I J n:
(Continued from Third Page)
U. D. C. Meeting
The United Daughters of the Con
federacy held their first meeting
since the recent epidemic, at the res
idence of Mrsl Si R. Whaley this aft
ernoon at 3 o'clock. After .the regu regular
lar regular business meeting, Mrs. W. W.
Harriss, president of the chapter, who
has-just returned from the reunion at
Tulsa, Okla., gave a most interesting
account of her trip, which was re replete
plete replete with enjoyment, and gave great
pleasure to the members who were so
fortunate as to be present. At the
conclusion of the meeting,, Mrs. Wha
ley served her guests delicious con conservation
servation conservation cakes and tea.
Notice, .Red Cross Workers
The surgical dressings have arriv
ed. The rooms are open every day
from one until five p. m. There is an
urgent need for workers.
- Marion Co. Chapter, A. R. C.
The name of Mrs. H. M. Hampton
should have been included in the
woman's war work committee as pub
. The Florida State Federation of
Woman's Clubs has offered a prize of
$5 for the best orieinal patriotic DOS
ter made by a pupil of the Florida
schools. The posters are to be ex
hibited at the meeting of the state
federation at Daytona, Nov. 19 to 22
Mrs. J. T. Clayton, whose husband
passed away a few days ago, and who
herself is only just up from a severe
illness, has decide dto carry on the
pressing club, of which Mr. Clayton
was proprietor. Ladies' work is a
specialty and Mrs, Clayton will give
it her personal supervision. Pressing
and repairing of men's clothes will
also be attended toWe hope the peo people
ple people will give Mrs. Clayton all the bus
iness she can handle.
The host of friends in this city of
Miss Bertha Smith were greatly sur
prised on yearning yesterday after
noon of her ( marriage in New York
city to a captain in the army. A let
ter from Mr. Marshall Bouvier to his
mother gives the information that
Misses Bertha and Lillian Smith, who
are in the service of Uncle Sam in
Washington, came to New York,
where they were met by the groom,
whose name is not mentioned in the
letter, but who is an old school
friend of Miss mith, who she met
while attending Southwestern Univer
sity, Chicago. It was the desire 6t
Miss Smith that Mr. Bouvier act as
best man, at the wedding, but he be being
ing being on a submarine chaser at the
time, his chum, Mr. Hamilton Sulli
van, substituted in this capacity. Oit
returning to New York, Marshall says
he had the pleasure of "convoying the
captain out to sea." The bride with
her sister then returned to Washing
ton. The bride is the second daugh
ter of Mr. E. C. Smith, formerly ol
this city. She was reared to young
womanhood in Ocala, where she was
considered one of the brightest girls
m her class and was of a decided ath
letic temperament. She has many
friends here who will join the Star in
wishing her every happiness.
IN MEMORY OF MRS. TULLIS
The entire community was sadden
ed on Sunday, Nov. 3rd: when God in
his infinite wisdom, saw fit to remove
from our midst Mrs. Charles Tullis
Her bright, sunny disposition had
won for her many friends, during her
stay of about seven years in our
midst. "The better we knew her, the
more we loved her." Yes, we will miss
her, but our loss is heaven's gain
Although she is eone.
"Still with us is the perfume of the
Glad still are our lives for the songJ
. ; A Friend.
Dunnellon, Fla., Nov. 7.
NOTICE TO GUARDSMEN
Captain Roberts requests that
members of the county guard go to
H. A. Waterman's store and receive
and receipt for their uniforms. He
wants to see a full company at the
RED CROSS NOTICE
We are making a special effort to
collect a ton of tm this month. Mrs
W. W. Condon, has recently turned
over to us nearly two hundred pounds
of tinfoil, which was collected at the
Book Shop. Besides conserving the
tm so much needed at this time. Mrs
Condon has materially aided the local
chapter of the Red Cross. Save every
bit of tinfoil, collapsible tubes, pewtei
articles and deposit them in the barre!
provided for this purpose at the Mar Marion
ion Marion Hardware Co. store.- If you can cannot
not cannot bring it, phone 118 and we will
send for it. W.P. Preer,
Chairman Conservation Committee
TO FAIR EXHIBITORS
j If you are contemplating the print print-jinjr
jinjr print-jinjr of placards for your exhibits at
i At i rm
? rne ia r. piacc ycur orcer ai once. ine
( i- j : i.
I usual rusn aurzr.jr xair weeh. may pre pre-vtnfc
vtnfc pre-vtnfc retting out vour work on time.
unless the order is placed a short time
in advance. THE STAR.
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
i Add W&teir,
RATES: Six line maximum, one
time 25c; three times 50c; six times
75a; one month $3. Payable in advance,
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIMILAR
ILAR SIMILAR LOCAL NEEDS
FOR SALE 1917 model Ford touring
car; completely overhauled; new top
and cushions; price $400. Address 107
Alvarez street, Ocala, Fla. 8-2t
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Apply
at 507 S.- Second St., phone 112.
WANTED 5 to 7 room house with
modern, conveniences; must be close
in. Want it at once. Address "B,"
care the Star. 7-6t
RAGS WANTED At once. Cotton
rags; table or bed linen, underwear,
etc. No sewing room scraps. Must be
well laundered. The Star office. t ..
FOR SALE Or exchange, 20 acres
of best land at Pedro with house and
good well. Will exchange for small
place close in or city property. Ap Apply
ply Apply to R. E. Matlock, Harrington Hall
FAIR PLACARDS If you will need
any' placards for yourexhibits at the
fair, place your orders early. Don't
wait until the fair opens, then rush to
the printer for them, as there is al always
ways always a rush at that time. The Star, tf
WANTED Job by experienced book bookkeeper,
keeper, bookkeeper, two or three evenings weekly.
Address, "L." care Star. 4-6t
FOR RENT Rooms furnished for
light housekeeping; also single fur furnished
nished furnished room. Phone 242, Mrs. A. M.
Let us supply your TOILET AR ARTICLES.
TICLES. ARTICLES. Our line is complete, and
the prices always reasonable. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
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
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.
W. K. Lane, M.;D. Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear, Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala,
NOTICE OF MASTER'S SALE
Notice is hereby given that under
and by virtue of a final decree of fore foreclosure
closure foreclosure entered in that certain cause
pending in the circuit court of Marion i
r -r-ii i I
Iv. i. V m hu.' Jul II v S llh I ;
county, rionaa, in cnancery, m wmcu
Metropolitan Savings Bank' of Ocala,
a Florida corporation, is complainant,'
and Mack Wilson, et al., are defend defendants,
ants, defendants, of date November 1st, 1918, I,
the undersigned special master in
chancery appointed by said court to
execute the provisions of said decree,
shall offer for sale and sell to the
highest and best bidder for cash in
front of the south door of Marion
county court house, in Ocala, Florida,
Monday, December 2nd, 1918
between the hours of 11 o'clock a. m.
and 2 o'clock p. m the lands situated
in Marion county, Florida, more par particularly
ticularly particularly described' as follows:
South half of block number thirty thirty-five
five thirty-five of the Old Survey of the city of
Ocala, as appears upon the plat of
said addition or survey of said city re recorded
corded recorded in the public records of Mar Marion
ion Marion county, Florida, or so much there thereof
of thereof as may be necessary to satisfy
said final decree and costs of suit.
D. Niel Ferguson,
L. W. Duval, Special Master.
Complainant's Solicitor. 11-1-Fri
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For Economical Transportation
A. Chevrolet "Four-Ninety Touring car
is a profitable investment for it yields sub substantial
stantial substantial dividends in efficient service.
It is a safe investment for the excellence
of its construction protects its utility.
'It is an attractive investment for the
body has a beauty' and richness of finish
quite unusual with cars of its price.
It is an economical investment for its
first cost is modest and its upkeep low.
We Maintain the Most Complete Garage
arid Repair Shop in Central Florida.
Ocala Iron Works Garage
NORTH MAIN STREET
Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Touring
Mow Can I Save Sugar on a
2 lb. Ration? ;
INSTEAD OF BREAKFAST TRY BREAKFAST
Fruit 1 Rounded TeasDoonful
9 PnnndiiH TiMtnnAnfili
2 Rounded Teaapoonf uls
1 Rounded Teaspoonful
Other Dish 1 Rounded Teaspoonful a day for table use; or only one
Making 7 rounded teaspocnfuU a pound a month, leaving one pound
day; or over 4 pounds a month. for other uses.
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Car, $850, Delivered at Ocala
1 Rounded Teaspoonful
I Level Teaspoonful
Making 1 rounded tpasnwmfnl
Dc not Delay as Small j
troubles Develop Into;
Large Ones. Economize ;
GOOD VULCANIZING ON TIME
That's our motto. Vulcanizing work
that will stand up under hard wear
and tear of jountry roads vulcaniz vulcanizing
ing vulcanizing methods that double the life of
our tires and improve their riding,
qualities. And we deliver" work when
we promise; depend upon that. Our
charge is moderate and frequently
saves you the cost of a new tire.
' GOODRICH TIRES
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mods:languageTerm text English
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mods:physicalLocation University of Florida
mods:note dates or sequential designation Began in 1895; ceased in 1943.
Description based on: Vol. 1, no. 5 (June 24, 1895).
funding Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: Project #00110855
mods:publisher Porter & Harding
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mods:dateIssued November 08, 1918
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mods:frequency Daily (except Sunday)
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mods:recordContentSource University of Florida
mods:extent v. : ; 61 cm.
mods:title Ocala weekly star
mods:subject SUBJ651_1 lcsh
mods:geographic Ocala (Fla.)
Marion County (Fla.)
mods:country United States
Ocala evening star
Ocala Evening Star
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