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Copenhagen, Nov. 13. Fresh fight fighting
ing fighting broke out in Berlin Monday, ac ac-cordmtr
cordmtr ac-cordmtr to r..: -sages received, here.
The Berlin Voiwaarts repudiates the
rumors current in Germany that the
- new people's jcovernment intends to
annul the war loan.
' W as shot
London, Tuesday, Nov. 12. Crown
Prince Frederick William, of Ger Ger-many,
many, Ger-many, was shot and killed Monday
morning by Geiman soldiers when he
was trying to cross the Dutch fron frontier,
tier, frontier, according to Amsterdam dis dispatches
patches dispatches to the Times and Post.
Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 12. Reports
that the crown prince has been shot
are current here, but have not been
The Hague, Nov. 13. The former
crown prince arrived yesterday at
Maastricht, according to a dispatch
PLANS MISSED FIRE
' Copenhagen, Nov.' 13. Telegrams
found in the palace of the former
ly German crown prince, according te a
Berlin telegram, show that he had
planned to send loyal troops from the
front to Berlin to crush the revolu revolu-,
, revolu-, tion. v
BAD FOR THE AUSTRIANS
'" Copenhagen, Nov! "13. German
Austria has been proclaimed a part
of the German republic by the state
council, says a dispatch from Vienna.
SHOT THE SCHLESSEN
Amsterdam, Tuesday, Nov. 12.
The German training ship Schlessen,
a pre-dreadnaught battleship used as
a training ship, -has been torpedoed
by revolutionary warships, according
to the Bremen Weser Zeitung.
KILLED THEIR NON-COMS
British Headquarters in Flanders,
. Nov. 13. The German garrison n
Brussels has revolted against its non noncommissioned
commissioned noncommissioned officers, according to
neutrals reaching the British lines
from Brussels. Several officers were
Basel, Nov. 13. The crews of the
German battleships Posen Oster Oster-friesland",
friesland", Oster-friesland", Nashau and Oldenburg
have joined the revolutionists, it is re reported.
ported. reported. BOCHES LEAVING BRUSSELS
Paris, Nov. 137-The Germans have
begun the evacuation of Brussels.
, A- Dunkirk dispatch in the Paris edi edition
tion edition of the New York Herald says
that King Albert and family will
probably re-enter Brussels Friday.
London, Nov. 13. The Allied high
, command has sent the German high
command by French wireless a mes mes-,
, mes-, sag saying ther can be no modifica-
tion of the armistice conditions and
its annexes at this time. It is added
that a supplementary period of 24
' hours for the evacuation of Belgium,
Luxemburg and Alsace-Lorraine has
been added to the fourteen days stip stipulated
ulated stipulated in the original text, so as to
permit the text to reach German
headquarters at the desired time.
OFFICIAL NEWS CUT OFF
Paris, Tuesday, Nov. 12. It was
stated at the war office today that no
further official statements detailing
events at the battle front would be
issued. There may be official reports,
however, regarding the movement of
troops in occupying the districts west
, of the Rhine.
Copenhagen. Nov. 13 Former Em Emperor
peror Emperor Charles and family have arriv
ed at Eckar,tsau, a Vienna dispatch
SET UP FOR THEMSELVES
Strassburg, Nov. 13 The members
of the second chamber of Alsace Alsace-Lorraine
Lorraine Alsace-Lorraine have constituted themselves
into a national council, and a provis-;
whether the former cnovii
DFAD OR ALIVE
ional executive committee has been
Paris, Nov. 12. (Havas). A dis
patch to the Frankfort Gazette from
Budapest says the new Roumanian
government has declared war on Ger
UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN
List of Subscribers to the Fund for
. November 12
One Hundred and Fifty Dollars
Each: J. M. Meffert.
One Hundred Dollars Each: R. H.
Seventy-Five Dollars Each: R. R.
Fifty Dollars Each: L. G. Ketchum,
R. F. Rogers, W. B. Gallagher, W. C.
Twenty-Five Dollars Each: R. M.
Martin, W. R. Pedrick, Albert O. Har Har-riss,
riss, Har-riss, N. Niedernhoef er.
Twenty Dollars Each: C. R. Rog Rog-ers.
ers. Rog-ers. Fifteen Dollars Each : Theus Bros.,
H. H. Henderson. .
Ten Dollars Each: H. F. Booth, G.
T. Maughs, F. T. Schreiber, J. P.
Galloway, H. S. Minshall, L B. Mc Mc-Kenzie,
Kenzie, Mc-Kenzie, Knight & Lang, Weihe Com Company,'
pany,' Company,' Elmer DeCamp, W. N. Avera,
A. S. Burgess, W. H. Wrighton, Geo.
J., Johns, Sarasota Market, J. C.
Haile, Fred Wrenger, Fred Zeigler,
M. Reiff, John Reiff, J. C. Pillans, L.
B. Marsh. ;
Nine Dollars Each: A. R. Douglas,
L L. Horne. v
Seven Dollars Each: F. G.Buhl, T.
Seven Dollars, Fifty Cents Each:
W. W. Leak.
Five Dollars Each: W. J. Tillmon,
W. A. Moorhead, F. W. Dye, M. A.
TenEyck, M. M. Marter, W. E. Nel Nelson,
son, Nelson, D. E. Melin, J. G. Swaim, G. R.
Johns, F. W. Kunze, C. A. Hoiloway,
H. H. Hinton, J. S. McAteer, C. C.
Curry, W. J. Crago, Miss Agnes
Crago, H. R. Hunnicutt, J. D. Heis Heis-ler,
ler, Heis-ler, J. C. .Smith, Noah Bess, E. S.
Richard, J. A. Reynolds, Henry G.
Reynolds, Adolph Krietemeyer, Geo.
T. Leak A. J. Holtori, Geo. W. Bry Bryant
ant Bryant Sr., Lilla Brown. Elbert Mills,
Leroy Williams, J. B. Parker, J. A.
Brooks, W. S. Strickland, G. A.
Vause, J. A. Parker, J. S. Nobles, J.
F. Parker, J. D. Williams, Newcomb
Barco, W. R. Blitch. E. E. Williams,
C. R. Veal, H. R. Roddenberry, A. W.
Woodward, Dan Barco,
Three Dollars Each: Edward John
son, W. F. Sanders, Allie Roddenber Roddenberry.
Four -Dollars Each: Lewis Coker,
A. L. Barber. t i
- Two Dollars Each: George Sellers,
C. S. Schneider, Mrs. Effie Sherwood,
Sherman Holland, Oliver Fort, J. H.
Fort, R. D. Mills, J. R. Hardie, C. A.
Carter, Ehler P. Clottie.
One Dollars, Fifty Cents Each: K.
Cobia, W. L. Browington.
One Dollar Each: ,W. J. Hogan, F.
S. -Holly, Mrs. Nancy Sanier, B. F.
Smith, W. C. West, Mrs. S. R. Pyles,
J. C. Caldwell, Claude Lippincott, D.
A. McKinney, Miss M. T. Holford,
Mrs. R. A. Hplford, S. J. Martin, R.
E. Griggs, Mrs. Tllie V:. Brant, David
Sellers, A. Lee Holford, Colon Mon Monroe,
roe, Monroe, E. T. Parker,W. T. Carter, C. A.
Fifty Cents Each: L. M. Graham,
Miss Esther Brant, Ishmael Brant, O.
Twenty-Five Cents Each: Miss
Selma M. McKinney, wMiss ,Lula A.
CHILE MUST HAVE
A NEW CABINET
Santiago)" Tuesday, Nov. 13. The
Chilean ministry resigned today.
STRIKE IN SWITZERLAND
Berne, Nov. 13. A general strike
has begun throughout Switzerland.
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cent at Gerig's Drugstore.
OCALA, FLORIDA, WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 13, 1918.
PEACE WON'T BRING
BOY DOWN THE GAfiG PLABK
HE HAS YET TWO YEARS OF ARMY LIFE HIIEAD
rm BEST WAY TO HELPVCELEBRATE THE VICTORY HE HAS
HELPED TO WIN IS BY A BIO OVER-SUBSCRIPTION
THIS EEK TO UNITED WAR WORK
Now that the boys have done the J -iob.
let's show them what we think of
what they have done!
It took eighteen Jhonths of the
greatest kind .of pressure the combin
ed Allied fleets could bear to take our
boys to France. How long do you
think it is going to take to bring them
back? A month? Six months? You
know it can't possibly be done!
You won't fall down on your job
of caring for the boy who gave up all
he hd for you, will you?. You bet
your life you" won't! You would give
up your last dollar if you thought
the boys in khaki needed it. The time
has come to give. The week of Nov.
11th to 18th is a week to show how
we feel about the job these boys in
khaki has done "Over There."
Florida has been asked for a million
and Florida is going over the top just
as the boys, over there have gone
over the top.
V President Wilson, Secretary Baker,
Secretary Daniels, General Pershing
and the two million lads in khaki who
did the job have' put their stamp of
approval on the seven big organiza organizations
tions organizations in the United War Work Cam
The. boys have done their job, ac
cording to the' latest news from ( the
front, but you haven't done yours un until
til until you put this ; allied and united
drive, in America, over the top to
take' care of them til they get back
home, '. ' :
Keep the. home fires burning "Over
There." Give! Give again! Give until
DOES HERSELF PROUD
Messrs. G. D. Howell and C. B. Rou
of Fairfield called at the Star office
today and announced that the Fair
field section had ajready gone over
The subscribers, were: J. H. Car
ter, Miss Jennie Payne, J. H. Osteen,
D. B. Payne, C. L. Thigpen, Dr. H.
Gatrell, G. H. Osteen, $10 each.
W. A. Yongue, $8.
K. E. Ausley, Mrs. Gibson, $7.50
H. J. Jernigan, Mrs. W. T. Stokes,
F. S. Dupuis, Miss Agnes Gatrell,
Mrs. G. D. Howell, B. S. Jennings, R.
H. Scott, Miss Zeone Osteen, J. A.
Jones, E. L. Mills, B. B. Mathews,
Mrs. John Harrison, Harry "Cass, M.
L. Payne, W. A. Markham, C. B.
Rou, Rev. Montgomrey, $5 each.
Mrs. Nicholls, Mrs. R. D. Fergu
son, $4 each. .
Miss Agnes Yongue, D. M. Kmard,
Adam Joshua (colored), $2 each.
F. S. Jennings, H. C. Sparkman, E.
L! Dodd, Mr, Peacock, A. M. Cook, $1
The Boy's Liberty Club, $35.
Mr. A. J. McLaughlin, one of the
committeemen, who had a list upon
which he personally -guaranteed to
raise $75, has 'not yet reported" his
Fairfield has done herself proud on
this occasion like she always does
when the public good is at stake.
OKLAWAHA AND LAKE WEIR
Oklawaha, Nov8. The boys of our
town who enlisted in the army dur during
ing during the Mexican trouble have at last
safely arrived in France. They are
happy and write interesting letters.
No fault of theirs that they nave not
been in the front line sooner. Uncle
Sam just had to have such boys as
they in the camps to keep the war go-
mg on lor tne saiety or tne uniiea
States. The boys are Sergeant Ernest
Blair and Norman Morrison, an ef efficient
ficient efficient truck driver. Some of the
other boys write that they will soon
be on the briny deep to overseas duty
and are anxious for the time to comt
They want to get a chance at the
.Mr. Robert Blair went to Tampa
Friday, returning Sunday. He said
his sister and children are recovering
from the flue.
Dr. H. W. Henry came down from!
Ocala Tuesday to cast his vote.
The friends of Dr. and Mrs. W. E.
Mitchell of Coleman sympathize with
them in the death of their little girl
White Bermuda Onion plants 20
cents per 100, $1.50 per 1000. Bitting
& Co., N. Magnolia St., Phone 14. 6t
FOn THE El
Senator Fletcher Arranging for Gov
ernment Aviators and Their Ma Machines
chines Machines to be at Our County
The management of the Marion
(county Fair having appealed to Sen
ator Fletcher to have army aviators
and their airplanes sent to the Mar Marion
ion Marion County Fair, has made the fol
Washington, November 13.
Z. C Chambliss, Ocala, Fla.:
The department advices that the
commanding officers at Dorr or Carl
strom field, Arcadia, have authority
to comply with the request. To bt
certain, I suggest you send represen
tatives there and request two or more
aviators and machines. My best
wishes for the success of the Marioi
County Fair. D. U. Fletcher.
j- , ..
- FOR NOVEMBER
Shows begin at 3:30, 7 and 8:20 pan.
Today:- Wallace Reid in "Believe
Me, Xantippe." Drew comedy.
Thursday, Nov. 14: Billy JBurkein
"Pursuit of Folly." Pathe News,
Friday, Nov. 15: "Inside the Lines."
Saturday, Nov. 16: "Eagle's Wing."
Official War Review.
Monday, Nov. 18: Viola Dana in
"Flowers of the Duskl" 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
m "Friend Husband." Pathe News.
Wednesday, Nov. 27: Vivian Martii.
in "Unclaimed Goods'." Ford Weekly.
Thursday, Nov. 28: Elsie Ferguson
in "The Lie." Pathe News.
Friday, Nov. 29:.Grouch."
MAGAZINES FOR NOVEMBER
The public library furnishes this
month a royal feast to him who
wishes to be abreast of the thought
of the day. Just f a glance here and
there shows in Harper's how we are
"Keeping" the Soldiers in Touch with
Home," and what the "Chaos in Si Siberia"
beria" Siberia" is. Century has a. poem, "Song
of St. Helena and Two Emperors,"
which must give chills to the lat
kaiser. "Making of an Army Doctor"
is interesting to everybody whose phy physician
sician physician friend has joined the colors.
Scribner's gives us the story of a
"Canadian Gunner," and shows in
Colonel Starrett's article that the re resourcefulness
sourcefulness resourcefulness of the United States
proved to be her preparedness. In the
American Owen Wister pleads with
us to .forget the "Ancient Grudge,"
and shows why,", if we have any sense,
we must stop hating England. And
another story' tells of "Four Sins that
Soldiers Hate." Travel illustrates
many ways in which "Home is
Brought to the Doughboy." The Spirit
of Missions has an article on "Am "America,
erica, "America, Ancient and Modern," and an another
other another telling of the first Chinese
bishop, elected April, 1918. Living
Age for Nov. 2, has an article on
Germany's Ruling Idea, explaining
the belief that salvation or disaster
1 1 ii i 1 1 1 i 1
iur Liie wuria nets uteu piateu ui wic
hands of Germany. Another most in interesting
teresting interesting article tells how the United
jStateshas made a new navy while
ngnung. anil anoxoer siory aescnoes
the training and the work of the
wonderful war tank. Every One tak taking
ing taking a book, may also take a maga maga-zin,
zin, maga-zin, and ther are many more all as
interesting as those mentioned above.
Dr. Eddison's Cushion Sole Shoe for
tired and tender fee Vat Little's Shoe
I Parlor. ;
MLllSOil, HOWEVER, WANTS IT UNDERSTOOD THAT OUR
MUST BE ESTABLISHED AlHlAIO
Washington, : Nov. 1 3. President
Wilson has sent 'a reassuring -mes
sage to the people of Germany in re
ply to the appeal of Chancellor Ebert.
The president promises to aid Ger
many in the matter of food and sup
plies, for relieving distressing want.
The reply was. sent today through
Minister Sulzer of Switzerland, and
says steps will be taken at once to
organize relief work in the same
systematic way as carried out in Bel
gium, but the president desires to be
assured public .order will be' maintain
ed in Germany, that an eauitable dis
tribution of food can be clearly guar
AND .DOESN'T CARE
Washington, Nov. 13. It was offic
ially stated here today that the Am
erican government has had no con confirmation
firmation confirmation of the rumors that the
German crown prince has been killed.
WILL EXPEL THE HUNS
Washington, 'Nov. 13. Roumania's
reported new declaration, of war
against Germany is interpretated
here as preliminary to measures to
disarm and drive out the German
arm under General Mackensen. x
Speculation Shut Off and War Prices
v Cut Off :
(Associated Press) w
New Orleans. Nov. 13 A tele cram
from Charles JT Brand, chairman of
the cotton distribution committee of
the war industries board, to officials
of the New Orleans cotton exchange
before the opening of the exchange
this morning, announced that the
board had prohibited further specu-
ative short selling on the New Or-
eans and New York exchanges.
. PRICES FELL
New Orleans, Nov. 13. When the
market opened prices on' the active
months promptly fell away a full 200
points, representing the extreme
range allowed under the present war
EARTHQUAKE IN ITALY
Rome, Monday, Nov. 11. Heavy
earth shocks accompanied by. prop property
erty property damage and loss of life occurred
Sunday m the provinces of Florence
FROM A SOLDIER IN FRANCE
' France, September 29.
Dear Mama and All: Sunday eve evening
ning evening and nothing to do but write. We
certainly have enjoyed the few days
of rest we have had here. I think we
are located here for a while at least.
But we will have to go to work again
soon, as it won't do for us to rest too
long as we might get lazy. I wish
I could have spent the" day with you.
We are right on the edge of a nice lit little
tle little town and the French people cer
tainly treat us nice. If we could only
talk with them of course we
eet on much better. But. Oh! that
language! I have got to where I caa4rn,nai
talk with them a little if I happen tol
find one-that can understand a little
English and quite a number of them
can understand some things.
I suppose they are beginning to
ship. oranges by ) now., If you had had
the weather there we have had here, I
am sure they would be colored up
nicelytry now. It took a month foi
me to get abetter from you. I got
your letter of Aug,. 26 on Sept. 27.
I received four letters from you last
week. We have a nice little "rest
room," fixed up in our quarters. It
is just a small room but we have
writing tables and the graphaphone.
I wrote you about the machine we got
when we were at Camp Jackson. We
brought it with us all the way and we
certainly get a lot of enjoyment out
of it now. We have no lights at all
here except candles. The town is
dark by 8 o'clock and we have to be
in bed and lights out by nine. The
same candles you get in the states for
one cent cost from five to seven cents
each here. s
. It would astonish you the work the
VOL. 25, NO. 273
Official Celebration to Declare It End Ended
ed Ended in Ocala Tuesday Evening
' v,-v ' . ;
' Ocala officially wound up the' war
Tuesday evening, by a big celebration
on the public square. The war. may
break qut again, but if it does it
won't be Ocala's fault. "She, seen
her duty and she done it." ..
By 8 o'clock in the evening the
square in front of the Ocala House
was crowded with people, who spent
a happy hour and a half listening to
the music" and speeches. There have
been many, meetings in this place the
last year and a half, to help winthe
victory. Tuesday. "night the victory
was won, and how; inuch such meet-
ings in tire little cities of America
haye.done to win it, only Omnipotence
The speakers used "the Ocala House
veranda, which had bfeen nobly decor decorated
ated decorated with Marion's-great service flag,
flanked with the national colors. It
was good to look at the service "flair
and realize that now not so many of
the stars need turn to gold.
A patriotic -i-group Mr. DeWitfc r
-LGriffin as Uncle" Sam, with his aides,
H. B. Chaeny for the army and Frank
Rentz for the navy, occupied a point
of vantage before the service flag.
The band was in the bandstand, and
interspersed the speeches with, ap appropriate
propriate appropriate music.
The various organizations of Unit
ed War Work were represented as
follows a -'
Y.M. C. A. Speaker, Dr. Hern-
don; 'Victory Boys, Hugh Chace and
Y. W. C. A. Speaker, Mrs. E. Van
Hood; Victory Girls, Misses -Mabel
Meffert and Caroline Logan.
Knights of Columbus Speaker, Dr.
Edmiston ; representative, Edward K
Jewish Welfare Speaker, -'Jake
Brown; representative, Max Isreel-
War Camp Community Service
Speaker, Rev. Wm. H. Wrighton; rep representative,
resentative, representative, Mrs. H. M. Hampton.-
Library Associations Speaker,
Mr. Cassels; representative, Miss
Eugenia Fuller.- v
Salvation Army Speaker, Rev.
Hardin; representative, Mrs. Charles
Chazal. -f."" - r
Representative United War Work
Dr. Dobson. .
As each speaker finished, the repre-
sentative of that department took a
place in 'the formation of the tableau
of which Uncle Sam "was .the leader
Miss Caroline Harriss, as Liberty",
enlightening the world, then mounted
her pedestal, and Mr. L. .W. Duval 4
made a, historical speech, which was
illustrated by the following pretty
and appropriately garbed young la ladies:
dies: ladies: Serbia, Miss Kathleen Leitner;
Japan, Miss Helen Jones; Italy, Miss
WINDING UP THE VAR
a L011 Gissendaner; Belgium, Miss
'HSara.Dehon; .England, Miss Mar-
guerite Edwards; France, Mjs3 Onie
was MisS Blair Wood-
row as America, carrying the splen
did Boy Scout flag, and with her came
Miss Alice Bullock, who "released a
white dove, the emblem' of peace. -The
speeches were inspiring, the
music was excellent, and the tableau t
was appropriately planned and most
excellently carried out.
women are doing here. They do eve everything
rything everything from shovel coal on up, and
in -England I believe it was even
worse. It sure seems good to have
Captain Gearheart back with us
again. Captain McClellan is a good
captain, but none are like Captain
Gearheart to us. We sure were a
happy bunch of kids "when we found
out that he was going to take charge
of the company again. Give my best
wishes to ; all inquiring friends, and
tell them everything over here is as
nice as one could expect. Love t.
each and every one-'
r Your devoted son,
' Alton B. Coggin.
OCALA, EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1918
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Wonder if the boys at the reform
school have had a square meal yet.
Among the things that irk us is the
skip-stop schedule on which ;' the
Tampa Times comes to this office.
Florida's quota of war savings
stamps is twenty million dollars, of
which only six millions have been
taken up, ,
Uncivil, dabs incited by envy, in intended
tended intended for stabs, but of such bum
metal that the points bend back
cause only amusement.
. ,, i .
Winding up the hvar has kept us so
busy we have had no time to attend
the Alachua Fair, at Gainesville, but
we are reliably informed it is some
1 The last heard of the-kaiser he was
going in the- direction "of the peace
palace at The Hague. Times-Union.
Probably he has heard there is a
good cyclone cellar under it.
. j r.
Needn't worry about the shipbuild shipbuilding
ing shipbuilding industry.' It will takes months,
if not years, to catch up with the
growing need for vessels, handicap handicapped
ped handicapped as it is by four years of destruc destruction.
tion. destruction. j .."".
ii was not xne oouin in, me oau oau-dle"
dle" oau-dle" that defeated the democratic
party is the last election. It is be because
cause because the democrats in Congress put
their hillbilly politicians in places
that should have been filled by states statesmen.
So far, Messrs. Swearingen, Sheats
and Crawford .have not replied to
Gov. Catts' charge that 'they are
partly responsible for conditions at
the Masjanna school. Did they ever
hear .the old saying, "Silence gives
T a i 1 1 ttrt .i f At ci 1
Reading proof on the knitting in instructions
structions instructions on the third page has made
our head .ache. How the deuce any
human being can muster an intellect
sufficiently powerful to. cope with
such a problem we cannot under understand.
stand. understand. Company A, Marion County
Guards, was out Tuesday night in full
force to add to the celebration. As
this well trained organization, its
members clad in neat uniform and
carrying serviceable guns, all paid
for by their own county and their own
people, marched out of the armory
and up the street toward the square.
and we remembered that it had no
existed even on paper six months
ago, we felt that Marion county had
good reason to be proud of it.
"Speaking of the committee sup.
'posed to be m charge ot tne btate in
dustrial School for Boys at Marianna,
the Ocala Star says: JThe 'Hon's.' do
not impress us. Those 'Hon's.' have
ment from two to a dozen or more
years apiece and just look at the
school. This state is too much af afflicted
flicted afflicted with 'Hons.' The state had bet better
ter better fire them and elect honest and
The press of Florida, should, after
the many disgraces that have been
heaped upon us by vote-seeking, time timeserving,
serving, timeserving, demagogic politicians, make
a solemn pledge to eliminate this sil silly
ly silly and misused appellation, "Hon."
In this day of revolution send the
Hon. to oblivion with the von. Plant
It has been the unrelaxing style of
this paper not to allow the title
"Hon." to be attached to anvbodv but
the president of the United States,
urhn ia t.hp nnlv man in 'this retmblic
who has the authorized right to wear
it. .It is asilly aping of European
autocracy to use it any how. A big
man has no use for it and it makes a
small one look like a damphool.
WOULD BE GUERILLA WAR
Nobody need be surprised at the
reports that there is much disco'ntent
among the Germans at the terms the
Allies offer them, and .that some of
them, notably in their navy, propose
The terms offered by the Allies.
would not make any nation happy.
They amount to nothing less than re reducing
ducing reducing Germany to a third-class pow pow-er.
er. pow-er. But the German leaders realize
that they are no more strenuous than
those they would have imposed on the
Allies; also, that they must accept
them or continue the war.
They can't continue the- war.
There looms up behind the Allied
forces an enemy more dreadful than
the serried infantry and earthshak earthshak-ing
ing earthshak-ing cannon, the long gray lines of
battleships and swarming fleets of de destroyers,
stroyers, destroyers, or the flocks of airplanes
that soon can darken the skies.
That ioe is famine.
. All the Allies have to do is to main maintain
tain maintain their blockade, and soon, in Ger Germany
many Germany there will notbe enough living
to bury the dead.'
Germariy is in something of the
condition only t far worse that
France was in forty-eight years ago.
The French armies defeated in
1870, the people overthrew the im imperial
perial imperial government and re-established
the republic. This republic was not
radical enough, for the extreme ele element,
ment, element, which set up the commune. .The
commune was soon crushed by the
French themselves, and the result
was that for twenty years the repub republic
lic republic was almost as restrictive as the
empire had been.
i The more liberal and sensible ele element
ment element of Germany seems now to be
trying to establish a government, re relieve
lieve relieve the people and rebuild a shat shattered
tered shattered nation. In thisi it will have the
help of America and the Allies.
; The Bolsheviki element of work workmen
men workmen and the sailors, who have done
very little fighting arid been compar comparatively
atively comparatively well taken care of, fceem try trying
ing trying to break up the arrangement.
They know little of real war and care
nothing either for Germany or the
rest of the world. All they want is
to set up a reign of anarchy similar
to that which has ruined Russia.
They cannot wage real war. They
can be, nothing more than outlaws on
land and pirates on the sea. They can
make the Allies much trouble and
their own people much more, but
they will end like the commune by
facing the firing squads.
If the German government can't
cope with them, it will open its fron frontiers
tiers frontiers and call the Allied armies in to
help it restore order. If the anarch anarchists
ists anarchists overturn the German govern govern-men,
men, govern-men, the Allies will go in and exter exterminate
minate exterminate them.
There is a probability of much
more trouble before everything is set settled,
tled, settled, but it will not be as much trou trouble
ble trouble for us as regular war.
Our senior senator, Mr. D. U.
Fletcher, has been, on a visit to Tam Tampa
pa Tampa and other parts of Florida. Mr.
Fletcher is one of the leaders in the
Senate. He upholds the honor of his
country, his state and his party, and
.ther is little doubt that when his sec
ond term expires his fellow citizens
will reward his good work with a
For expert piano tuner phone 427.
CpHB United War Work Campai-n of
L these societies is merely another indi-
?iWi of that unity of spirit as a nation that
fa making it possible for us to win the war.
That spirit and the place which the work of
then agencies has made for itself in the
hearts of all of us gives me confidence to
believe that the united campaign will be
crowned with abundant success.
UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN
Swards motored to Ocala Wednesday.
j Mrs. R. E. Mathews of Flemington j
t spent Thursday with Mrs. L. K. Ed-;
Mr. Ivy of Gainesville spent Thurs-!
day night with Dr. J. L. Davis. 4
t Mr. -andMrs. Robert Thagard of
Reddick were seen in our burg
Mrs. Williams, Mrs. Zora Mclver
and Miss Annie Rntmi Fnllpr of
jOcala called on Mrs. J. L. Davis and
j Miss, Mamie Fant Thursday,
j Messrs. Arthur Jones and Don
jMixim of iFairfield were Friday visi
Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Mills of Fair Fairfield,
field, Fairfield, were visitors Saturday.
rnd Mrs. L. K. Edwards spent
Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. R. E.
Mr. Clarence Chitty spent Sunday
with his mother, Mrs. M. C. Gray of
. Every one here seemed to be happy
Monday. The Irvine Crate & Basket
Company blew the whistle for a few
minutes. Every one is glad that the.
war is. over.
Dr. and Mrs. J. L. Davis and Miss
Mamie Fant attended the cane grind grinding
ing grinding at Mr. Dug Fant's of Flemington
Moss 'Bluff, Nov.12. Flu or, no
flu, we are going to have a chance to
attend th fair, if our old Fords stay
in-running condition. The road from
here to Ocala-will stay dusty.
; Well, we can sleep once more good
nights' rest. Just think, the war is
closed. We are happy now, but when
our boys come marching' home, that
will be some happy time.
Our school is still vacant, but here
is hoping we will soon-hear this news,
"Ready for school Monday."
The farmers are preparing to grind
cane. We are expecting to have a
cold spell some time soon. Then it
will be cane grinding time.
Wonder where the cotton price has
gone ? Guess some one has thrown
it in the waste basket. Do, for good goodness
ness goodness sake, hunt, it up.
Mr. Oliver Fort was out Monday
helping to get money up for the sew sewing
ing sewing society. Hope this drive will be
York; Nov. 11. Our farmers are
busy grinding cane.
Mrs. W. G. Barnes returned to
Crystal River Saturday after a fight
with the flu.
Mrs. Frank Smith and mother, Mrs.
Mann, who have been very ill for the
past few 'weeks, are much improved.
Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Nelson anil
daughter of Tampa, spent the day in
Mr. ,G rover Folks of Fairfield spent
several days here visting friends the
Miss Cecile Hadsock, one of the pat patriotic
riotic patriotic girls who helped t nurse the
sick, returned home Saturday night
for a few days visit to her parents.
Mr. B. W. Hadsock, after a tussle
with the flu, is able to be out again.
Mrs. Lillie Hadsock has received
several letters from her- son, Vernon
B. Hadsock, who is in the navy. He
writes of the good weather and of
fine sports and says they are looking
forward to Christmas.
Dr. Eddison's Cushion Sole Shoe for
tired and tender feet, at Little's Shoe
AN OCALA WOMAN'S
Can you doubt the evidence of this
Ocala woman? U
You can verify Ocala endorsement. A
Read this: M
Mrs. Ollie Mcrdis, 229 Franklin St., g
says: "I had been suffering with in in-tense
tense in-tense pains- in my kidneys. There was
hardly a day passed but what a drag drag-ging
ging drag-ging pain would settle across my s j
kidneys and my limbs would also lj
hurt me. My kidneys were weak and j
there were other distressing kidne
disorders. The different medicines I y
took didn't help me and when a friend p
told me to try Doan's Kidney Pills, I H
did. After taking this medicine, the;
ailments soon disappeared and since
then, I have taken Doan's at the first ;
avmntoms of such trouble and have
been quickly benefited."
Price 60c. at all dealers. Don't
simply ask for a kidney remedy gej
Doan's Kidney Pills the same that j
Mrs. Mordis had. Foster-Milburn Co.,
Mfgrs., Buffalo, N. Y. Adv. 3 "I
BARGAINS IN USED CARS
I have several bargains in used
Maxwell cars, both roadsters and
touring, cars.' Easy time payment
can be arranged if ,desireL R. R. Car Carroll,
roll, Carroll, the Maxwell-Chalmers Agency,
Ocala, Fla. 12-tf
USED CAR BARGAINS
One 191& Ford during, selt-starter.
One ; 1914 1 Ford touring, new jtop,
One 1916 Dodge roadster; new top,
One 1916 Dodge touring; new: tires,
AUTO SALES CO.,
Ocala,' Fla., Phone 348.- 9-6t
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack package,
age, package, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
CLOGS THE KIDNEYS
Take a grlaa of Salts if your Back hurts
or Bladder bothers you Drink
If you must have your meat every day,
at it, but flush your kidneys with salts
ooeaaion&ily, gays a noted authority who
tells us that meat forms uric acid which
almost paralyzes the kidneys in their ef efforts
forts efforts to expel it from the'blood. They
become sluggish and weaken, then you,
suffer with a dull misery in the kidney
region, sharp pains in the back or sick
headache, dizziness, your stomach sours,
tongue is. coated and when the weither
is bad you have rheumatic twinges. The
urine gets cloudy; full of sediment, the
channels often get sore and irritated,
obliging you to seek relief two or
time during the night.
To neutralize these irritating acL ,. o
cleanse the kidneys and flush of!.' the
body's urinous waste get four ounces of
Jad Salts from any pharmacy : here;
take a tablespoonful in a glass of
water before breakfast for a few days
and your kidneys will then act fine. This
famous salts is made from the acid of
grapes and lemon juice, corcbined with
lithia, and has been ifsed for generatipns
to flush and stimulate sluggish kidneys,
also to neutralize tlip acids ink urine,
so it no longer irritates, thus ending
' dder weakness.
ad Salts is inexpensive: cannot in-
i'ure, and makes a delightful effervescent
Of course ycu are go going
ing going to the fair. In
order to enjoy, the
sights, have your eyes
properly corrected NOW.
Dr. K. J. Weihe.
With Weihe Co., Jewelers, Ocala, Fla.
URIC ACID IN Hi
i : ' 1
Mc Laren's Imperial Cheese,
, Mc Laren's Deviled Cheese,
' Mc Laren's Chile Cheese,
V t Pineapple Cheese, Edam Cheese.
Seedless Raisins, r
1 ; -New Seeded Raisins,
' Dromedary Dates.
Citron, Orange and Lemon Peel.
Bulk; Dills, Sweet Mixed, Chow Chow and
V, Sweef Relish.
Phones 16 & 174.
TO THE LORD
And Your Country For the Glory
of Our Arms by Buying War Sav Savings
ings Savings Stamps This Month.
Read the Star Want Ads. It pays
on know your
own' f eelinds
Airfchori-fcies agree that a reat
many people can drink coffee
without apparent harm
If coffee doesrit disagree keep
But if you think coffee is the
cause of your headacnes, nervous nervousness,
ness, nervousness, heart flutter or sleepless sleeplessness,
ness, sleeplessness, quit coffee ten days and
mX SAVINGS rTAMPS
ISSUED BY THE
GOOD yULCANIZING ON TIME
That's our motto. Vulcanizing work
1 A. 11 A 1 .. . 1
mat win stana up unaer nara wear
and tear of country 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.
107 Oklawaha Avenue
OGALA, EVENING STAR, TUESDAY, NOVEMBER 12, 1918
Medium Size Sock
These instructions have been issued
after careful and painstaking study
of many of the excellent directions
now in use. and contain the best feat features
ures features of all of the generally approved
methods of knitting socks. The new
instructkn have been tested by be be-ginnets
ginnets be-ginnets as well as experienced knit knitters.
ters. knitters. Other good directions need not
be abandoned if they produce serv serviceable,
iceable, serviceable, comfoKable socks in reason reasonable
able reasonable conformity with the essential de details
tails details of these instructions,
Casting on and binding off must be
These directions are based on a
4-10 yarn (the commercial' name of
correct size of yarn) and Red Cross
needle No. ,1. When yarn or needles
are larger or smaller than these, the
number of stitches must be propor proportionately
tionately proportionately decreased or increased.
To measure a garment, lay it on a
level surface and measure with a
dependable measure (good, metal or
celluloid, not a tape line).
Always join threads by s"piicing or
by running threads through each
other with worsted needle.
. When knitting the second sock of
a pair, always count the rows of the
-first sock to insure uniform size when
Tie finished socks loosely together
in pairs at top of leg, in such a way
that the hand can be inserted for in inspection.
spection. inspection. ..'.-
If sock is thin at point of gusset,
reinforce by darning on ..wrong side
very lightly with a split thread of
Socks should be washed when
finished, according to chapter instruc instructions.
tions. instructions. -:.-'
Quantity of wool required: About
one-quarter .pcund; four Red, Cross
needles No. '1.
Fifty-six stitches on three needles:
20 on 1st needle; 20 on 2nd needle; 16
on 3rd needle. Knit 2, purl 2, for 3
inches. Knit plain 8 inches."
Divide stitches: 28 on 1st needle
(for heel); 14 or 2nd needle; 14 on
3rd needle. 1st needle () knit 1 row,
turn, purl 1 row, turn. Repeat from
(), until you have 27 rows. Always
slip 1st stitch.
Begin to turn heel on wrong side.
To Turn Keel
Slip 1, purl 15, purl 2 together, purl
1, turn. Slip 1, knit 5, slip 1, kuit 1,
pass slipped stitch over knit stitcB,
knit 1 turn. Slip 1, purl 6, purl 2 to together,
gether, together, purl 1, turn. Slip 1, knit 7,
slip 1, knit 1, pass slipped stitch over
knit stitch, knit 1, turn. Slip 'l, purl
8, purl. 2 together, purl 1, turn. Slip
1, knit 9, slip 1, knit 1, pass slipped
stitch, over knit stitch, knit 1, turn.
Continue until there are 16 stitches on
Pick up 13 stitches on side of heel
(1st needle). Knit stitches of 2nd and
3rd needles on to one needle (2nd
needle). Pick, tip 13 stitches on other
side of heel, and take 8 stitches from
first needle (3rd needle). 1st needle
(A) knit tb within 3 inches of end,
knit 2 together, knit 1. 2nd needle,
(B) knit plain. 3rd needle, (C) knit
1, slip 1, knit 1, pass slipped stitch
over knit stitch, knit to end. (D) knit
around plain. Repeat A, B, C, D until
you have 14 stitches on 1st needle;
28 stitches on 2nd needle; 14 stitches
on 3rd needle. Knit plain -5 inches.
1st needle. (E) knit to within 3
inches of end, knit 2 together, knit 1.
2nd needle. (F) knit 1, slip 1, knit 1,
pass slipped stitch over knit stitch,
knit to within 3 stitches of end, knit
2 together, knit 1. 3rd v needle. (G)
knit 1, slip 1, knit 1, passed slipped
stitch over knit stitch, knit to end,
(H) knit 2 rows plain. Repeat E,
F. G. H. 3 times (making 4-times in
all). Then narrow every other row
6 times. Knit the 5 stitches of your
lot needle on to your 3rd needle. You
have now 10 stitches on each of 4he 2
needles. Break wool (leaving 12 inch
length) and thread it into worsetd
needle. Hold sock so that the worsted
needle' is at your right and, always
keeping wool under knitting needles,
weave front and back together 'as
follows: () Pass worsted needle
through 1st stitch of front knitting
needle as if knitting and slip stitch
off the knitting needle. Pass through
2nd stitch as if purling and leave
stitch on the knitting needle. Pass
through 1st stitch of back needle as
if purling and slip stitch off the knit-
ting needle. Pass through 2nd stitch
of back needle as if knitting and
leave stitch on knitting needle. Re Repeat
peat Repeat from () until att stitches are
off needles. In order to avoid ridge
across end of toe, fasten wool down
Laid on a level surface the finished
OCALA SOCIAL AFFAII1S
If You Have Any News for, this De Department,
partment, Department, Call Five Double-One
Why the "Y"
What do you build when you build &
A home-roof under a foreign sky!
A little house by the side of the road
Where a brother eases his pressing
Where still the Good Samaritan
May come and be a friend to man!'
Where a lonesome lad, in a woman's
Can'see his mother's face arise! ?
Where a chap can write what he longs
To a true-blue girl in the U. S.A.I
Where there are a hundred brands, of
iov V .-;.; i
To welcome and
Where caste is banished, and sect is
gone ; k i
But the Ten Commandments thunder
on! t w
Where youth gains manhood to: deny
The ceaseless lure of the Lorelei!
Where America spans the seas to
With her knightly men on the rim of
ments at Mrs. Sinclair's residence.
Mr. Dunn said that Tampa was a vast
crowd of revelers during Monday and
Monday night. He says the flu has
passed away and the city is ready for
a great future.
Cartons for Christmas Gifts for Sol Soldiers
diers Soldiers Have Arrived
The Marion County Chapter, Amer American
ican American Red Cross, has received a ship shipment
ment shipment of the cartons in which to send
Christmas gifts to the soldiers on the
other side. No gifts can be sent in
any other way except in these car cartons.
tons. cartons. Those desiring one can secure
same by applying to the Red Cross.
There are only a few days in which
these packages may be sent in order
to reach their destination in time for
Mr and Mrs Dixnn. who are re-
cheer 'a home-sick I c;j, of ooq v nviowaha avpnnp.
' I ora AniAvinor o via if- TVnYn Mrs Til Y-
on's brother, Mr. W. J. Thompson and
wife. Mr. and Mrs. Thompson are
from Boston, Mass., and made the
trip fro mthat city to Ocala in their
The educational committee of the
Woman's Club held an interesting and
A hut that fathers love has founded! I enthusiastic meeting at
A place that mother's love has bound- J room yesterday afternoon
A spot by sweetheart's love sur surrounded!
rounded! surrounded! j
A taste of home for hearts that
It is this that you build when you
. build a Y.
Todd, chairman, laid before her com committee
mittee committee plans for competing for the
community prize at the Marion Coun County
ty County Fair. There is a splendid spirit
of co-ooperation in regard to this
matter, and the work has already be begun
gun begun which is believed will produce a
A new allotment has arrived for
the surgical dressings class. The
rooms will be open every day next
week from one until five p. m.
Marion County Chapter, A. R. C.
(Concluded on Fourth Page)
NOTICE TO SULINS MILLER
Call at Ocala headquarters, Ameru
can Red Cross, for a letter from ever ever-seas.
seas. ever-seas. Ocala Chapter, A. R. C.
TO FAIR EXHIBITORS
If you are contemplating the print printing
ing printing of placards for your exhibits at
the fair, place your order at once. The
usual rush during fair week may pre prevent
vent prevent getting out your 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.
OCALA MARBLE WORKS
& rlSi 1
MARBLE AND GRANITE
MONUMENTS & HEADSTONES.
Granite, Marble and Cement Fencing
and All Kinds of Cemetery Work..
Let Us Quote You Prices.
E. W. LEAVENGOOD, Manager.
Yard N. Magnolia St. Ocala, Florida
vc v v5 '5 -c-' '-zy 3r vy"3Sni"ctKsES!yv!x
Take care of your feet.
giving you trouble, nave tnem ex examined
amined examined by M. M. Little, the only foot
specialist in Gcala. No cost to you. tf
Dont't forget the fair dates.,
If they are r Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack
age, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
The "Easeall" Shoe, a perfect arch
protecting shoe, at Little's Shoe Par Parlor.
lor. Parlor. 24-tf
Many happy events of this kind
have been penned by the Star's re reporter,
porter, reporter, but none which gives us more
real pleasure than this account of the
birthday party, given on peace day in
honor of Mrs. C. E. Winston's six sixteenth
teenth sixteenth birthday. When Mrs. Winston
was awakened early in the morning
on Nov. 11th, by the various noises
which had taken possession of the
city, she inquired the cause, and was
informed by her husband that, her j
"birthday was being celebrated." Of
course Mrs. Winston ieit very giaa
that peace had been proclaimed on
her birthday and that all the world
would be made happy and glad on
that eventful day. As the party was 1
to j be a surprise Mr. Winston sug
gested a long ride, which his wife
eagerly agreed to, cpnsequently .a
trip to Blitchton was taken while
preparations for the celebration went
merrily on at home On the return
of Mr. and Mrs. Winston to their
home, darkness greeted them, which j
caused an uneasy feeling on the part
of the latter until on ringing the i
doorbell lights instantly appeared and j
the hostess was given a royal wel
come by Mrs. Whitfield, Mrs. McRae, j
Dr. and Mrs. J. E. Chace and Mr. and
Mrs. L. W. Ponder. The honoree was
invited into the dining room, which
was beautifully decorated, the dining
table being exquisitely laid with
handsome china and linen, with a
lovely birthday cake with sixteen
pink candles burning upon it. The
delicious six o'clock dinner was most
informal and greatly enjoyed by all. 1
The honoree was the recipient of a!
very valuable birthday gift which she i
prizes highly, a lovely quilt, the!
faultless work being from. the hands
of Mrs. Smith, the grandmother of I
Mrs. Ponder, who is 94 years of age.
Mr. and Mrs. W. A. McGuire, prom
inent Ucala people, are spending a I
few days in Tampa.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Charles motor
ed to Dunnellon yesterday afternoon
for a few hours visit with friends.
Mrs. C. E. Williams and little son,
Harold are spending a few days in I
Dunnellon, the guests of relatives and
Miss Margaret Plummer, an attrac attractive
tive attractive young lady from Anthony, v is
spending the winter here with her
aunt, Mrs. Ed Carmichael, while at
Mrs. J. M. Grantham of Span j re returned
turned returned to her home today after a
short visit with her brother-in-law
and sister. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Gran
tham in this city.
-Mrs. A. L. Quintance has arrived in
the city from her home in Washing Washington
ton Washington and Will be the guest of her
mother, Mrs. Yocum and sister, Mrs.
W. T. Gary for several weeks.
m m m
Miss Sallie Whitfield, who is the
popular teacher at Romeo this year,
has been confined to her home in this
city by illness, but is improving and
hopes to reopen her school before
long. Her sister. Miss Mary Whit
field, is quite ill with pneumonia.
Morale Is Winning the War!
vf- Tnow 11 u. ;n,.hp. w mu The entire community is under obli-
m. v. - ,M J I" I 1 m -II
to 12 inches is acceptable. .gauons xo uie lonowing e on
Leg: Length, 14 inches; circumfer circumference,
ence, circumference, 8 inches.
Cuff: Circumference, unstretched,
6 inches; stretched to fullest extend,
Sweaters: Of light or heavy wool.
For knitting instructions, se A. R. C
leaflet 400 B.
Wristlets, muffles, helmet: For
knitting instructions, see A. R. C.
leaflet 400 C.
Mclver & MaeHay
UNDERTAKERS and EUDALUERS
PHONES 47. 104. 385
' OCALA FLORIDA
patriotic program so appropriately
rendered Tuesday evening: Mrs. M.
H. Stovall,chairman of the ladies' de
partment, Mrs. Eli Osborne and Mrs.
A. T. Thomas; Mr. Fred Hocker,
chairman of the men's division, Mr.
L. W. Duval and Mr. Collier.
Mr. M. N. Dunn, deputy internal
revenue collector, with headquarters
in Ocala, returned yesterday after-
noon from a two. weeks visit with his-
mother in Tampa, his old home. Mr.
Dunn's mother has been very ill with
influenza but is now entirely- recov recovered.
ered. recovered. Mrs. Dunn and baby accom accompanied
panied accompanied Mr. Dunn and they are now
comfortably located in their apart-
AN American is capturing a Hun not becauts
- is any heavier or stronger, or older or bigger, but
just because he has the fighting spirit which his
enemy is losing.
' That's morale.
- i Where are those Germans? Let's) get at temlw
yelled an American before Chateau-Thierry. He was go
tng under fire for the first time. He was wild to get there!
'We are constantly on the alert and are afraid the
Americans are going to attack wrote a German to his
wife. He was captured before he could mail the letter.
"The men are so embittered," wrote another Hun,
"that they have no interest in anything, and they only
want the war to end, no matter .how. We are only slave
of the Government." Now he is a prisoner, too. ?
Every despatch from France brings new proof oi
American fighting spirit
stones of individual valor.
Morale .makes Americans
Clad to fight for freedom, The
lack, of it makes Germans
hate to fight for Prussia.
Our soldier knows he is a
free-born fighter. He is no
slave of any Government.
He is part of a nation waging
war.. He wants to fight. He
needn't be driven into battle.
He yells: "Let's go!"
That's morale! Let's let
them keep it! Let's keep
them keen and fit and confi confident!
dent! confident! General Pershing finds
that 900 men who have a
hut to spend their evenings in
are more effective than 1000
Why you should give twice as much as
you ever gave before!
. The need Is Tor tarn 70 Crater than any gift ever uked for
7iHorW Mi- Tb Government ha fixed this sum at
By sivinf to theae gtvea effantiaiiaaa aO t onee, & coat and
effort of au additional eampaiina ia aaved.
men without it. Napoleon; called morale three times as
important as other factors in war.
The strain pomes with the .first swift change from civil
to military life, when-these organizations give your man a
place to meet his family, books to, read and study, the
hospitality of American homes, when whole cities are re readjusted
adjusted readjusted to the new conditions created by having a can cantonment
tonment cantonment nearby.
It comes later, too, when a man has been off in some
lonely camp for weeks, when the war itself seems miles
away, when letters are irregular and home seems some somewhere
where somewhere in another world, when a man has lived out in a
gun-pit or a dug-out, has slept in filthy straw, when the
bodies of his friends lie just beyond him, out in No No-Man's
Man's No-Man's Land.
That's when the men and women of your organiza-
tions overseas can show our
fighters that they aren't for for-.gotten,
.gotten, for-.gotten, that home is follow-
mg them up to the guns.
Unless Americans do give twice as much ti ever before, our
Soldiers and sailors may not enjoy durin 1919 their:
3,600 Recreation Buildmfs : 2,500 Libraries supplying; 5,000.000 bocks
JjOpO Miles of Movie Film 8S Hostess Houses.
ICOLeadinl Sbge Stars 15,000 Bibrother "Secretariei"
WQ Athletic Directors Million of dollars of home comforts
When you five double, you make tore that every fifhter has (he
cheer and comforts of these seven 02 iistioni -every step of die vr ay
from home to the front and back aain. You provide him with
church, theatre, cheerful home, store, e school, dub and an
athletic field and kAowlcdjc that the fbiiu back home are with him.
heart and soul I
You have loaned your money to supply their physical need
.Now give to maintain the Morale that ia winnine the war
Sports, entertainment, edu education,
cation, education, religion, warmth, and
cheer and friendship these
are the forces that are work working
ing working to keep morale up to a
On you, this week, depends
this question of morale.
These are the seven recog recognized
nized recognized activities through which
the Government enables you
to stand behind your fight fighters.
ers. fighters. Their value depends on
just how much you, as an
individual, .will give to help
them hasten victory. Give as
you never gave before Give
UNITED WAR WORK CAMPAIGN
This Space Donated by
" The Fashion Center
OCALA, EVENING STAR, WEDNESDAY, NOV. 13, 1918
AH Kinds bt
OCA LA SEED STORE
ton oniffi ouii ii us
Mr. T. E. Mobley has gone to Has Hastings
tings Hastings on a business trip.
Mr. A. E. Walkley left yesterday
for Jacksonville on a business trip.
Mr. W. M. Palmer returned yester yesterday
day yesterday from Tampa, where he was a
There were two small fires, one last
night and one this morning, in the
last twenty-four hours.
White Bermuda Onion plants 20
cents per 100, $1.50 per 1000. Bitting
& Co., N. Magnolia St., Phone 14. 6t
(Continued from Third Page)
Do Not Fear When Fighting a Ger German
man German or a Germ!
t The regular meeting of Ocala Chap Chapter
ter Chapter No. 29, O. E. S., will be held
Thursday evening, at the lodge room.
A good attendance is desired.
Be sure to read the board of health
suggestions published every day in
the Star. To follow -out the sugges suggestions
tions suggestions means a clean, healthy city.
SANITATION IS A MATTER
The neighbor on each side of
you; the neighbor behind you.
A clean neighborhood.
A clean ward. .
A clean town.
Get the Clean-Up Habit!
WRAP ALL GARBAGE
All garbage should be wrap wrapped
ped wrapped in newspapers after each
meal and placed in your gar garbage
bage garbage can. Then flies cannot get
at it, and smells are prevented.
Flies are deadly. They are born
in manure and live mostly on
garbage. One of the flies which
has been crawling on garbage
or manure may afterward walk
ovsr, baby's milk bottle nipple.
The millions of germs that it
. may leave upon it may produce
severe illness in the baby. If
you have not a baby some of
your neighbors have. f
The Weed Family have been
with us all summer. They give
tourists a bad impression. Cut
them down clean up the va vacant
cant vacant lots.
Those vacant stores! Plaster
" off, dilapidated! Floors covered
with litter. What is the impres
sion on strangers ? Clean up.
Wanted! A committee of Boy
Scouts to remove old signs and
so improve the appearance of
Ocala Board of Health
Paper Drinking Cups, 25 to pack
age, ten cents at Gerig's Drugstore.
Robert Tydings who : is a member
of the reclamation department of the
the army at Camp Jackson, 'has re
cently been promoted to corporal. This
promotion entitles -Corporal Tydings
to a furlough at an early -date, so his
family and friends are anticipating a
visit from him at an early date.
Let us supply your TOILET 'AR
TICLES. Our line is complete, and
the prices always reasonable. The
Court Pharmacy. Phone 284. tf
Make your arrangements early for
the big fair which starts early Tues Tuesday
day Tuesday morning. It promises to be the
biggest and best in the history of the
county. People who travel the terri territory
tory territory adjacent to Marion county tell
us that we may expect more visitors
than ever from nearby counties, as
the Marion County Fair is the "talk
of the community" wherever they go.
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.
Those who were, so fortunate as to
be guests at the Colonial hotel were
treated last evening to a turkey din
ner, in honor of the wonderful events
that culminated in the cessation of
hostilities "over there," and the pros prospects
pects prospects for a world-wide peace. The
long table was decorated with i the
flags of all the Allies, and with, the
addition of the fruits and flowers
made a picture of rare beauty. The
faces of the happy guests as they sat
around the festive board Was assur
ance enough to their delightful land landladies,
ladies, landladies, Mrs. Layton and Mrs. Barnett,
of the appreciation in which they are
held. A large number enjoyed the
occasion, which will long be remem
Prompt delivery of prescriptions Is
the watchword here. Tell your physic
ian to leave them with us. We allow
Children's Matinee at the Temple
Thursday Afternoon for Benefit
of United War Work Fund
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bennett have
very kindly decided to have a special
matinee Thursday afternoon for the
children of the city fend county. At
first it was expected to charge as an
entrance fee to this show a certain
quantity of nuts, fruit stones or tin
foil, but as peace has now been as assured
sured assured and there articles will probab probably
ly probably not be neded now, this matinee will
be given instead for the benefit of the
United War Work campaign, which
is this week being waged for funds
t ocarry on war work, which will have
to continue for sometime to come.
The children may bring any amount
from five cents up as this will be a
free will silver offering for this fund.
A' special committee will Be on hand
to receive this offering from the chil children
dren children and it is hoped that every child
in the city and as many as possible
from the country will be present
Thursday afternoon. The picture for
this matinee will be winsome Billie
Burke in "The Pursuit of Polly."
Card of Thanks
Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Bennett take
this method of extending their sin
cere thanks' to each and every one
who in any way rendered assistance
in the making of Monday evening's
entertainment at the Temple the
magnificent success it was. Espec
ially to Mrs. Stovall as chairman of
the committee, and Miss Marguerite
Porter, and others who did their part
Meeting of the French Class
A most enjoyable meeting was held
yesterday afternoon at the high
school buildine by the members of
the French classes, which are divided
into two sections, beginners and ad
vanced classes. Miss Stone, 'a compe
tent high school teacher, is the able
instructor of these two classes, and
the combined classes which- number
quite a large membership, were
greatlly pleased with the beginning
of the season's lessons and with theii
new instructor. Both will meet each
Wednesday afternoon, beginners from
3 to 4 and advanced class from 4 to 5
All who desire to take advantage o
this fre instruction should announce
their intentions at the next meeting,
W. K. Lane, M. D., Physician and
Surgeon, specialist Eye, Ear. Nose and
Throat, Law Library Building, Ocala, t no substitution. The Court Pharmacy,
Florida. tf j Phone 284. tf
THE WINDSOR HOTEL
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. y
RATES From $1.50 per day per person to $6.'
ROBERT M. MEYER, J. E. K A VAN AUGH
(By Dr. M. Cook)
The cool fighter always wins and so
there is no need to become panic-"
stricken. Avoid fear and crowds. Ex Exercise
ercise Exercise in the fresh air and practice the
three C's: A Clean Mouth, a Clean
Skin and Clean Bowels. To carry off
the poisons that accumulate within
the body and to ward off an attack of
the influenza bacillus, take a good liv liver
er liver regulator to move the bowels. Such
a one is made up of May-apple, leaves
of aloe, root of jalap, and is to be had
at any drug store, and called "Pleas "Pleasant
ant "Pleasant Purgative Pellets."
I fa bad cold develops, o to bed,
wrap up well, drink freely of hot lem1
onade and take a hot mustard toot-
bath. Have the bedroom warm v but
well ventilated. Obtain at the near nearest
est nearest drug store "Anuric Tablets" to A
flush the kidneys and control the
pains and aches. Take an "Anuric"
tablet every two hours, together with
copious drinks of lemonade. If a true
case of influenza,"' the food should be
simple, such as broths,, milk, butter
milk and ice-cream; but it is impor-'
tant that food be given regularly in t
order to keep up patient's strength
and vitality. After the acute attack!
has passed, which is generally from'
three to seven days, the system should
be built up by the use of a good iroi.
tonic, such as "Irontic" tablets, to be
obtained at some drug stores, or that
well known blood-maker and herbal
tonic made from roots and barks of
forest trees sold everywher as Dr.
Pierce's Golden Medical Discovery.
The friends in this city of Dr
James Baskin of Dunnellon will be
glad to learn that he is somewhat
better this morning and hopes are en
tertained for his recovery.
; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fox arrived
in Ocala Monday night from their
home in St. Petersburg. Mr. Fox re
turned to St. Petersburg yesterday
but Mrs. Fox will remain with her
parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Drake
until after the fair.
Mabel Normand and Herbert Raw
III f 4
Says General Pershing, referring to
one of the war work organizations:
A SENSE of obligation for the varied
and useful service reridered to the
army in France ..... prompts me to
join in the appeal for its farther
support. I have opportunity toobserv
its operations, measure the quality of its
personnel and mark its beneficial influence
upon our troops, and I wish unreservedly
to commend its vork for the army.
A General Pershing
UNITED. WAR WORK CAMPAIGN
-'ItATEsi: Six line maximum, one
time 25c; three times 50c; six times
7jc; one month $3. Payable in advance.
WANTED, LOST, FOUND, FOR
SALE, FOR RENT AND SIM SIM-ILAR
ILAR SIM-ILAR LOCAL NEEDS
LOST Key ring with hook and two
keys attached. Finder please return
to Star office. 12-4t
STRAYED A large black mare mule
with little mole or barbed wire teat
on end of nose; last seen near Sum
merfield, night" of Nov. 9. A reason
able reward will be paid for her recov
ery or for information or hert where
abouts. C. W. Huey, Wildwood, Flor
FOR SALE Four, good mules and
two-horse wagon. Apply to A.' T.
RAZOR BLADES SHARPENED i
sharpen all makes of safety razor
blades. All hair tested. Durham Durham-Duplex
Duplex Durham-Duplex doz. 50c; other double-edge
r-rrnrsL ;r:;i :::707 Franklin st.. TamPa, Fia. 9-im
unique plot, which they brought out
in good style. This evening Wallace
Reid appears in "Believe Me, Xantip Xantip-pe,"
pe," Xantip-pe," a fine five-reel feature, beside
which will be "Joy of Freedom," a
Drew comedy, writenv by Mrs. Bertie
Badger Moyers, formerly of this city.
This picture was slated for, Monday,
but failed to arrive.
X I f LI 1
WHITE STAR LINE
Auto Truck Service Covered Moving Vans
Tei: ming Packing
Slay the Pesky
- Critters with
It's the simplest
thing in the world
to KILL Mosquitoes
with FENOLE; you
can spray several:
rooms thoroughly in
less time than it
takes to say your
Qts. 75c; y2 Gals
$1.35; Gals, $L50
Pint size 65c, Quart"
size, 75c.; Com.
Air Sprayers, $1.25
Fenole Chemical Co.
FAIR PLACARDS If you will need
any placards for your exhibits 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
ways a rush at that time. The Star, tf
WANTED 5 to 7 room house with
modern conveniences; must be close
in. Want it at once. Address "B,"
care the Star. 7-6t
This Space Contributed by
Davies "The Tire Man".
:MAXWELL REPAIR SHOP:
I ; ? L. E. YON Cft, PROP.
: Quick and Efficient Ser-
vice on All Electrical and
Starter f ronbles.
:L. E. YONCE,
Dc not Delay as Small ;
Troubles Develop Into;
Large Ones. Economize ;
FT. KING AVE, OPPOSITE STAR OFFICE
.OCAlA. FLORIDA. I
Winter Bedding Cleaned Now.
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1 1 it 1 1 1
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1 1 1 1 1 1
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f - r A
Fenole Is sold
Monopoly Drugrstore. Clarkson Hard
Co., Ollie Mordis. Tydlngrs Drug- Co.,
The Court Pharmacy. Smith Grocery
Co., Carn-Thomas Co.. H. B. Masters
Co.. Ocala Seed St or a.
Gollier Bros., Props. Phone 296
rHACUCAL CARPENTER -AND
Careful Estimates mae on &!1 Con Contract
tract Contract work. Give ifore and Better
Work for the Money than any other
contractor in the city.
FOR RENT Two or three furnished
rooms for light housekeeping. Apply
at 507 S. Second St., phone 112. 7-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
FOR SALE 1917 model Ford touring
car; completely overhauled; new top
and cushions; price $400. Address 704
Alvarez street, Ocala Fla. 8-2t
FOR RENT Rooms furnished for
light housekeeping; also single fur furnished
nished furnished room. Phone 242, Mrs. A. M.
YOU CALL A DOCTOR
HE IS A GOOD DOCTOR
SEND HIS PRESCRIPTIONS
For the Same Reason
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
and Repair Shop in Central Florida.
Ocala Iron Works Garage
NORTH MAIN STREET TELEPHONE No. 4
Ocala - - Florida
Do you read the want ads?
A. E. GERIG
Chevrolet "Four-Ninety" Touring Car, $850, Delivered at Qcala
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